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From San Francisco:
Cliliui Jnn. ft
Manchuria Jnn. 13
For San Francisco:
Alameda Jnn. 8
Mongolia Jnn. 13
M on nu Jan. 11
Mlowcra Jan. 8
Tl MAiAlinH4i rt If MMAlnlti
who did the moat business during
the holidays are the men who
took lots of Advertising Space in
So far, not cne of our patrons
has complained of the holiday
That's A Good Sign.
i80 O'CLOCK! Begin 1908 right Advertise in the Bulletin EDITION
VOL. X. NO. 3891
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JANUARY 6. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
Supreme Court Overthrows Liability
ACCUSED ATTORNEY SAYS MASTER IS BIASED
J. Alficd Mngoon, who Is churged
liy Joint M.irt'.illlun, to whom iih
Master wero referred Magoon's nc
(oiinls as trustee of tho lltalBilcll es
tate, Willi gross Iricgttrarlttcs anil
1 itii.il ly with looting tlio estate, III-
il exceptions this morning to tho
Master's icport. Mngoon hnnils out
to Marcalllno (inlto ns hot n roast
iib Marcalllno illil to htm. Ho ac
cuses tho Master or unfairness, bail
fiillli, dim (Ki! nl of his duty, lying
and Idas ami prejudice, lie shows
tho estate to have mailo splendid
earnings. Tho exceptions atnto In
That tho report Is unfair In that It
iritlclscs this Trnsteo whom thero
iliuuld lie no crlllclsin; ami falls ul
teilj lo glvo him any creillt Tor his
untiring efforts In piotcctlng ami
gnat illng tho property, rlghtH ami In
tel esls of tho three lllnlsdell minors
iluilng the twelve yenrs anil over
that ho hns hail chaige of tho trust
estate. That tho Master should
have called attention to tho fact
that during Bald tlmo tho accounts
tiled in court show that thero has
heeu collected mid accounted for
t;!7,ni.'8.fil In Interest on tho prln
ilpal fund or S(j,:iL'.80 turned over
to th la Trustee, which Income col
lected oxceodH mi 111 cntlro principal
fund by t0,7!ri.Sl. That the Trus
The recent trouble between tho
liilcr-lslauil Steam Navigation Com
pany and lis engineers hns icsultcd
In tho permanent establishment of
the principle of arbitration In net
tling all ruturo ditlleultles that may
"Thn wholo thing is settled," said
W. O. Smith this morning, "ami I am
happy to say that besides establish
lug tho principle of arbitration tho
lompany ran bespeak tho uniform
courtesy shown by tho ullleerH of tho
engineers' organization In dealing
with tho company "
Tho basis of settlement Is that
HONOLULU is 0000 miles from New York. How
far from New York nrc you? The further you
arc from Now York the further you are from
the fashion center of the world in Men's
Clot,hes. But you ars as near correct New York Style
a3 though you were in New York if your clothes bear the
label of Alfred Benjamin & Co. and you are wearing, the
best-made clothing produced.
Alfred Benjamin Co.,
Makers, New York
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN.
Exclusive Agents Here:
THE KAH COMPANY, LTD.,
J CORNER TORT AND HOTEL
tee hns expended out of this Incomo
of $37,02S.G1 for tho support of tho
three ihltdrcn, SIS, 053.05. And ni
ter paying all expenses connected
'with the administration of tho trust
pioporty, this Trustee has added to
tho principal $12,10'). 1'J, making tho
principal at this tlmo $.18, 34 1.92 ns
against the principal of 120,232.80
turned over to this Truatoo when ho
first tool; tho tiust. That ho should
have cnlfcil tho attention to tho fact
that this Trustee II led scparato nc
i mints of principal and interest and
nho opened nn account with each
minor child so that at tho period of
dlstilimtlnn, each could get his or
her share on an exactly fair basis.
That ho should have called attention
to the fact that the accounts of Mill
l'ltisteo havo been filed annually, and
a lopy of each aciount hns boon, fur
nished to the Illinois, who linvffhad
the same carefully scrutinised by an
agent nctivo In his efforts to seo that
this Trustee was acting In n prudent
' and careful manner In tho matter of
tho trust estate, nnd that no criti
cism of this trustee's conduct In tho
premises has ever been made, but, on
too contrary, everything that ho hns
Uniio has been ratified nnd commend
ed; and In consequence ot this trus
tee's nct said minors havo been Im-
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both tho first nnd assistant cnglnccrn
get a ralso of J 10 per month. Tho
crlgliuil demand was for un ndvanco
of $25 per month for tho chiefs and
tho assistants. Tho company camo
back with a proposition of $10 ad
vance for tho chiefs and $5 for tho
fsslstnnts. Tho general ralso of $10
our mouth was tho final flguro adopt
ed. Tho ngreement has been made In
writing and formally signed, sealed
nnd dellvcicd by tho company nnd
the engineers, that hereafter should
nny differences nrisq thoy will bo
submitted to arbitration.
jiMK4Mii.t -i,'-ii4Mal-'J , i . :-....
Junkman Faces Serious
Charge In Federal .
Jacob Rosenberg, tho junk man,
was this morning put upon his trial
for receiving property stolen from
tho United States. No gicat prog
ress was made on account of the fact
that sonio of tho essential witnesses
wero not In court and could not bo
secured until this afternoon, so n re
cess was taken until 1:30 o'clock.
llowovcr, a Jury was secured, ami
with much less troublo than had
been nntlcluatcd. Of tho first
twclvo men placed In tho Jury box
only two wero excused, lloth wero
peremptorily challenged by tho de
fense. Tho Jury ns Ilnnlly empaneled
consists of tho following: John Kr
linger, Chas. II, Athcrton, John Cas
sldy. Wm. F. Hellhron, K. A. Mclu
emy, J. II. Schnnck, S. A. Wnlkor,
Win. II. King, Win. I.lslnnnn,Wni.
Cnalmers, J. J. Mncdonald, W. J. Oy
er. Thero nro four Indictments ngalnst
Uosonberg, but United States District
Attornoy Ilrcckons stated In court
this morning that If a conviction Is
secured on the (list count, the others
will not bo tried. Tho prosecution
believes that It has n strong caso nnd
Hint a conviction will result. Tho
four boys who, it is claimed, sold
their plunder to Rosenberg, havo all
pleaded guilty and will bo used as
witnesses for tho Government.
Tho tiucBllGii reserved from tho Cir
cuit Court, In tho matter of tho Wain
lua Agricultural Company, Ltd., vs.
tho Onhu Hallway & Land Company,
as to whether or not tho plaintiff was
entitled to amend Its complaint, was
ibis morning Hiiswoiod by tho Su
premo Court In tho negative, tho
Court holding that Its previous opin
ion ordering a now trial does not car
ry with it tiie right of tho plaintiff to
amend tho complaint. Tho original
t'cllon Is a suit against tho defendant
for $15,178.95 for tho usu of certain
lands nt Wnlalua.
The big I'arlflo Mall liner China,
which was duo this morning from San
Francisco, has not been sighted as
yet r.t tho Flgnal station. If sho cornea
in lato this afternoon sho will prob
ably not sail for tho Orient until tn.
morrow morning. Hho originally lie
tended to stay nt this port only a few
Tho mutter ot tho Injunction
against tho Rapid Transit, prohibiting
It from changing ltn l.lliha street lino
llmo table. Is being argued boforo tho
Supremo Court today. K. C. I'otora
is appearing for tho plaintiffs and D.
li. Wlthlngton for tho respondent.
YOUR CREDIT when you
sign a bond as surety for a
friend. You JEOPARDIZE
The provision that a man
has made for his family1 is
often wiped out after his
death by loss on a bond
signed by him.
Refer him to the
Fort St. Bcnoluli
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Ten Thousand Bifnches
Of Bananas Are
Wli'-n tho Oceanic steamship Ala
meda sails nt 10 o'clock next Wed
nesday morning, sho will carry ono
of the largest banana shipments that
hns gono out of this port In many a
day. On nccount of tho quarantine
restrictions for tho past few weeks
tho shippers liuru havo been forced
to hold uji nil their fruit until It has
accumulated to enormous proportions.
As near nn can bo Judged nt tho
present according to Captain CInrk,
of tho Oceanic Company, thero will
bo ten thousand bunches of bananas
la the hold of tho Alameda when sho
i alto. This comes very near tho rcc-
ord for banana shipments, If it docs
I nt toil them nil. Resides bananas,
thero are 5000 enscs of plunpplcs,
fiOOO bags of sugnr, 2000 bags of rlco,
1000 bags of coffee, and other general
freight. Kvcry nvnllnblo bit of cargo
rpaco on tho Alameda will bo utilized.
News of tho plaguo in Han Francis
co was brought down by the Alameda
to Dr. Ramus, of tho U. S. Marino Hos
pital Service. There, were, at tho tlmo
tho boat left, 13C calcs and there hnd
Icon 73 denths. This shows that tho
plaguo there la slightly on tho In
crease. DAVIS DENIES'
0 cor go A. Davis denies emphati
cally that ho said In Judgo Dole's
court IiiBt Saturday that a poor man
rannot obtain justlco In tho Terri
torial Supremo Court. This morning
ho nppenrcd In the Federal Court
and nddresscd tho Judge, sayjng that
ho wished to deny that ho had over
made any such statement as that ap
rearing In tho Advertiser.
"I do not enro whnt tho newspapers
pay, declared uavis. inoy cannot
dictate tho policy or away tho docl
rlons of the courts. I havo tho great
est respect for tho members of tho
Supreme Court of tills Territory. Tho
icport of my statement was garbled
and untrue. What 1 did say was that
the law docs not make nny provision
for a poor Ann to get his caso bofoio
tho Supremo Court. I went boforo
tnnt court myself on behalf of a poor
client, nnd I had to pay tho expenses
rf tho nppenl out of my own pocket
"No newspaper comment will do-
tor mo In tho performance ot my
Tho Court received tho stntemont
10 f E W BID
Tho motion of tho defendants in tho
big damage suit brought by l.owrlo
against Huldwlu and tho Castles, that
tho plnlntlrf bo required to put up n
bond of 515,000 to ensure tho costs of
court, was presented to Judgo nobin
bon this morning by W. A. Kinney. A.
0. M. Kobcitson, representing Lowrlo,
rtnlcd to the Court thai It Ills client
woro given sixty days In which to do
so, ho would put up tho bond asked.
It wob so ordered.
Peoplo don't enjoy scandal nearly
as much It thcio Is truth In It.
regulations do not interfere with our
shinninc of selected Wahiawa Pine
apples to the Coast. Nest lot per
h. s. ttiionian, ucc. jjsi. ieaveyour
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King. Phone 15.
J. HOPP & CO.,
LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.,
i.ii4ili' -dftfc -..
Enjoins Them To Refrain
County Sheriff Inukea hold tho
annual Inspection of tho pollco yes
terday morning at U o'clock In tho
District Court room, after which ho
addressed the forco in Hawaiian. Ito
complimented tho men very highly
on their work and asked them to
strictly attend to their own business.
In tho courso of his address, laukea
told them to set asldo politics ami
obey tho orders of their superiors.
Tho following Is a. part of tho nil
'dress: "Set asldo politics and glvo
our thought and strength toward
tho proper -performance of your du
ties. Kxccuto orders. Hold your
tongues nnd do not crlttclzo tho de
partment. Let tho outsiders do that
nnd not you who aro enjoying tho
good you obtained from tha held of
tho department. These aro my Inst
Instructions to you, tho offlcors and
members ot tho Police Department nt
tho commencement of tho year
Tho Sheriff then read tho follow
ing statistics: Total criminal ar
rests during year 1907, 4370; total
criminal arrests during tho year
190C, 3470; excess, 891. Total con
Icted during 1907, 3388; total con
victed during 190C, 2298; excess,
1090. Fines collected from criminal
prosecutions during tho year 1907
wero $23,785.10, whllo that of 1900
totaled $10,082,00, which makes n
difference of $7702.50.
"Hoping that tho Pollco Depart
ment will ho successful during tho
remaining portion, of my administra
tion," ho concluded, "as has been
tho enso In tho past, I again gtvo you
Individually my Happy Now Year
Alnhn, praying In tho mcantlmo that
Heaven will guld'i our footsteps In
righteousness and c-ultv '
TO BE PRINTED
A. O. M. Robertson this morning
mado a request ot Judgo Do Holt In
open court that n calendar bo print
ed for tho noxt term of oourt. This
motion was heartily seconded by W.
A. Klnnoy and John Cathcart, both
of whom stated that tho calcndir
wns badly needed, and that to try to
lot along without It would bo fnlto
economy In tho end tho Judgo
granted tho request. Do llolt some
tlmo ago announced that no calendar
for tho noxt term of court would bo
printed, hut that tho attorneys nna
others Interested would havo to got
along with typewritten calendars
mado from tlmo to time. Oreat ills
tatlsfnction was expressed nt that
tlmo, which resulted In tho motion
mado this morning.
is incomplete without a rub
Germs, dirt, and odor can
not stay in it.
Sizes 50 cts. to $1.00.
Thaw's Trial Is
Begun In New York
NEW YORK, N. Y Jan. 6. The second trial of Harry Thaw for
the murder of Stanford White began today. The defense will base its
hope for acquittal on the plea of insanity.
Law Is Defeated
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 6. The Supreme Court rendered a deci
sion today.declarinc the employers' liability law to be unconstitutional.
This Federal law makes employers liable for injuries to employes and has
been particularly favored by the President.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 6. The report from Vancouver that the
Japanese reservists in Canada have been ordered home is denied at the
Japanese Embassy. '
MONEY FOR ARMY
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. G.- Secretary of War Taft recommends
increased pay for the men of the Aimy and a big appropriation for the
defense of the Philippines.
LONERGAN IS DEAD
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Jan. G.
gan dropped dead today. Lonergan was the man whose confession op
ened up the San Francisco campaign against grafters.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Jan. 6.
zell Brown and Director Bartnett of
Trust (Jo. will plead guilty.
SHERMAN LEAVES PORT
SAN FPANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 6. The Fourteenth Infantry sailed for
the Philippines today in the transport Sherman.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Jan. 6.
death today in the laundry of the Flench Hospital.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 3. SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.92
cents, or $78.40 per ton. Previousctuotation, 3.89 cents.
BEETS: Jan. 4. 9s. 11 l-4d. Par-ity, 4.09 cents. Previous quotation,
J, Llghtfoot this morning announced
In Judgo Dole's court that ho wished
to withdraw ns counsel for I.o Sa Keo,
and that tho prisoner would bo defend
ed by J. A. Mngoon. Tho matter was
passed until Wednesday lo be sot.
Tho trial of Alexander Dowsett was
Bet for January II. Humphreys, Dow
sett's lawyer, wanted to havo tho mat
ter passetl until February, so his cli
ent could attend tho cowboy tourna
ment on Hawaii, but tho Judgo re
fused to consider tho argument for a
Fine Job Printing at the But-
WE'VE KEPT QUIET
till we could have them all ready for you, that fresh shipment of
the new-style Swing Last shoe, with the new, pointed toe.
They are all made of imported stock, with the Military heel,
and they are built in the very latest style. We have been waiting
to show them to you.
Men's TAN RUSSIA, TWO-BUCKLE OXFORD, the besthoe
anywhere, for $5.00. Ask for No. 500.
Shoe Co., -Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
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Former Supervisor Thomas Loner-
It is reported that Manager Dal-
the San Francisco Safe Deposit and
Three people were
Tho finals of the New Year tenuis
match will bo played off nt tho Pacific
tennis courts nt 4 o'clock this after
noon. Tho match will bo botween
Athcrton and Wntcrhouso nnd Cooke?
and Cooke. Tho latter pair aro to
gtvo their opponents a handicap ot 15
points on each game.
Nolllo M. McCarthy was tills aftor
noon granted a divorce from Eugene
McCarthy on the grounds of desertion
and uon-Mipioit. McCarthy Is tha
tormer manager of u specialty com
I nny and ran iiway to tho Orient, It la
alleged, nftcr u stenographer who
used to bo In one of tho Government
, uv- uiii i nifiwTi