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From San Francisco i
Alameda Mnr. 6
America Maru ....Mar. 9
For Ban Francisco:
Manchuria Mar 7
Alameda Mnr. It
Aiming! .Mar. 7
Mnr.im.i Apr. 1
VOL. X: NO. 3945
TEKIN, China, March 9. China has given full satisfaction for
nulling down the flag of Japan on bofud the Tatsu Maru.
japnu nns agrecu iu jmci uui
of trafllo in arms and as to the disposition of cargo.
volvcd nic unsettled
CAPT. AIHSWORTII IS A SUICIDE
HI.ATTI.i:, Wash. Mnich 8. Captain Alnswortli of tlio revenue
uilter ltusli loinnilttcd Kttleldo today. No ci.m-o In known Tor tlio rnsli
CHICAGO AT RIO
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, March
0. The cruiser Chicago has arrived
:: a -.: tt a it it a a it
M uc'i 9.
Tuniperatuics-r, n. in.. rt7; 8 n in.,
T2, IU a, in, 71; nooii, 71, iiinrnliiK
rsaromefoi', X ii.-ni.. lia.DD; nluoluto
humidity. 8 n. tn 5.871 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m..
09 per cent; dew point. 8 a. m , fil.
Wind (I n. in., elocIly 1, direction
W.; 8 a. in., velocity 9, diicctlnn i: ;
In n. in., velnrlty 3, direction S. K.,
noon, veliulty 5 dlirctlim X. II
ltiilur.ill durliiK SI hour cmlu 1 S u
Total wind movement during "I
lioura ended nt noon, 141 iiiIIoh.
W.M. 11 STOCKMAN.
Hntlon Dlrcitor. U. S Weather Hurcnu
ATtniTT T.nnKIHO TIP Iho house
when you go out. if your silver plate,
jewels and valuable papers nro in our
Inst Satmday Tim Clinidlno, carry
Why, a burglar would have to l"B tlio lnrty fuun this city composed
bring a dray to carry oil enough ' (Vneriioi; Kroar chiiidliw llailcy
ran and bric-a-brao to nuke it worth " J'lf !" ,,r," "S., Z
whi c, and that is hardly the safest r ,,llllllo Workg ,,!, Campbell,
Kind of a 'haul . , newspaper men mid others, arrived nt
I tlio Maul port shortly before the Klniiu
If you haven't a safe-deposit box, Wl"011 ""'I litlcra mi tlio latter vohho!
r,f i o n. frnm . Ill of II HtiaiIRO Ocelir-MICO.
Port St. fl'.noluln
SPRING 1908 STYLES
Just in on the Alameda, and now offered to you BLACK UN
DRESSED WORSTEDS, single and double breasted; handsome,
neat, stylish, serviceable,
BLUE SERGES, single and double breasted; here's a clean-cut,
dressy suit for you that always looks willr
Price, $20.00 and $22.50
They arc all tailored by the famous New York Tailors
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
CORNER HOTE L
The Best Way to
2:80 O'CLOCK Bulletin Circulation is never less than
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L0NO WIRELESS DISPATCH
PENSACOLA, Fla., March 0. A
wireless has been received here from
the battleship fleet off Acapulco.
NO TROUBLE WITH ENGLAND
BERLIN, Germany, March 0.
The German" Foreign Office says
that there is no trouble between
Germany and England.
CONGO TRIBES REVOLT
ANTWERP, March 0. Two
tribes of the Congo have revolted
and the French Director is a prison
l.Ol'i:. Ill thin city, Mnrrh 9, 5:30
a. in.. A. .1 lpoz, aw 8(1 jc.irn, a
native of SI. Gcrao Islunil. Funeral
services Smithy. March llitli. under
tlio auspices of tlio 8nn AP.toni'i
" II I Mil
-..,,. . -..-tiir ,.f
porfciniH, according to tlio stories which
I camo back from Lahalnn on tlio Klnau
That's the watchword of our con
cern, and we take pride in it.
STREET AND FORT.
Argue with Dull Times is to Advertise
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MARCH 9. 1908
NEW MEXICO WILL SEEK
INiT M IK
Rosenberg Must Again
Tho llnnl report or tho Federal
Grand Jury tor tho Bpeclnl torm was
innde this moriiliig and twenty-eight
Indictments wero returned. Thcio
nro fow or nny Brent ninouiit of In-1
tcrest, tho majority or the cases bu
ltiB ror violation ot tlio 1'cdcral llq-j
nor laws and for roiintcrfeltlnSi with
a Rood sprinkling of charges of vlo-1
latlon ot tho IMmunds Act. '
Ono"lnterestliiK cbbo Is that of Ja
ob ItoBcnborg, who has been beforo
tho Kcderal Court on chnrges of re
ceiving stolen property many timet.
Hashimoto ami Toga, the two Jap
anese arrested for running nn Illicit
distillery on the Afong placo In Miu
anu valley, were both among the
unlucky ones who will liavo to ap
pear beforo Judge Dolo. Tlio full list
of Indictments which were brought
In this mornlngtls as rollows:
Moses Kokl, embezzlement money
Martin Keogh, smuggling.
joshuu 1). Kokl, embezzlement
money order funds.
Jacob ItoMcubcrg, receiving stolen
Ong Too Wan, poBsosslon of coun
I'aln, unlawfully carrying on bus
iness of wholesale and iclall liquor
John Knftnc, ndultcry.
Su Clio Hun, making and having
In possession counterfeit coins.
Kim Koy Won. having In posses
tlon rouiitcrfclt coin.
Ah l'.i. Illicit distilling.
Hashimoto, Illicit distilling.
Kogu. Illicit distilling.
Ah Wan, Illicit dlBtllllng.
Ah Sal, Illicit distilling.
Nul, unlawfully carrying on busi
ness or wholcsalo and retail liquor
Daisy Wagner and Albert Toogood,
' I.loyd Smith and Kachct Wolgand,
M. J. Colto, carrying on business
or rotnll liquor doaler without pay
Fuji KuJIma nnd KuJItacho Kujl
ma, illicit distilling.
John l'arls. Illicit distilling.
Moses I.ono and Samuel I.uhlau,
tillering money order.
Tolclil Hnyashl, perjury,
Kong Yong Soon, making anil
having In possession, toimterfelt
Furniture Clearance Sale
Discount on almost our Entire Stock
HIS OFFER IS MADE TO GET RID OF THE QOOLS. We need lots of room in a few
days for goods now on route to us. The only articles excepted from this discount in
our entire stock are those few wliich require but little space. Anything that takes
up room must be sold it' will be yours for 75 of its real value!
Sale Starts Monday Morning
Biggest Bargains ever offered here
IEWERS& CP0KE BUILDING 185 KING STREET
'I hac received dellnlto In- Jt
U formation Hint Hie Itepiibllcnii
K Conventions In tin Territories or M
n Arizona nnd Now Mexico lll 8
U lend six delegate.! and blx alter- M
it nates to tho Chicago convention, tt
St My niHIso U that Haw .ill do tho SS
it same "
SS This statement was nrido to a SS
tSIIulletln man thh mornings'
SS hj Nutlonnl Comnillteeniaii Hob- SS
SS o.'trr.n, and has to k with tho ll
SS iiiimlu.- or delegates the Terr!- SS
" toil" rro to send to tho National SS
SS Convention. Tho National Coin- SS
St inlllro allotted two dilegates to SS
tt each Territory. This Is u reduc- SS
SS tlon, Thu propofal now Is ror it
SS tho Territorial convention to SS
ll elect six delegates and six niter- SI
SI nates, send them to Chicago and it
SS mako a contest beforo tho con- SS
SS volition roflhclr seating SS
SI There Is no doubt that Hawaii SS
St will get a strong utipiiort ror tho SS
IS seating ot Its six delegate dele- ll
St nation, and It will have n good SI
It fighting forro with Arizona nnd IS
St Now Mcxlro working icir tho SS
ll eaino object tt
is it is st is is it si 11 tt ss ss is ss a ti 11
Tho cnBO against Elder Harmon, or
the Mormon Church, who Is being
tried Tor subornation or pcrjur In tho
Federal Court, vvn continued this
morning. Deputy U. S. District At
torney Hawllns placed Dm Pabken
on tho stand and then a dispute aroso
over tlio meaning or tho llawjllan
word "haole." This it appeared from
tho testimony hail been used In tho
written Instruction given 1'alakea by
his superior In the church.
Dr. Kmcrpnn and Professor Aloxand
or were both placed on the witness
stand as oMieits In tho Hawaiian lan
guage to piovo that In tlio use ot
"haole" Harmon had gUcn Instruc
tions to deny certain facts nnd not to
lefuse to testify, as tho defense
claimed tlio word meant, From tho
manner In which tlio caso Is progrcB
blng tt will bo some dayB before It Is
Papers announcing tho resignation
of Alfred W Carter from his position
as trustco ot the Ilisliop Kstato wero
filed this morning In tho Supremo
Court. According tn tho terms or tho
will or riernlce 1' Illahop tho trustees
bhnll nlnnyH he Hvo In number and
Khali bo appointed by a majority or
tho members of llio Supremo Ilench
Following tho rounro outlined Albert
F. Judd was appointed to succeoj Car
ter. nui I ctin aob. pv
in Honolulu's Best
2500 guaranteed EDITION
Another Case Results
Another criminal libel caso has
exulted from the articles which ap-
iiearcd In tho Portugucso newspaper,
tho A Llbcrdadc, In which Orcgorlo
Joso Morato, who arrived here In tho
Kumcrlc, was accused of being nn
anarchist, and which Intimated that
ho might have left Portugal becauso
of his being implicated wVth tho con
spirators who killed King Carlos nnd
tho Crown Prince.
Last week Hoard of Health In
spector Durao, who wroto tho offend
ing nrtlclc, was arrested for criminal
libel, .and this morning n slmllnr
rhnrgo was made against tho A t.lb
crdado Publishing Co. Tho com
plaint was sworn to by Morato, and
tho warrant served on J. C. Souzn,
the tecrctary of tho company.
When tho caso camo up In tho Po
lice Court this morning K. C. Potors,
who rcprcBcnled tho defendant.
pointed out that tho complaint wns
defective In Hint It did not state that
Souza wns the secretary of the com
pany, although servlco had been
mado on him. Attorney Corrcn, who
appeared for tho complaining wit
ness, Btated that this wns not neces
sary, ns such Bervlco was made legal
by provision by statute. Tho henr
ing of the case, as well as of argu
ment on tho point raised, was con
tinued until next Wednesday, on
which date the Durao case has been
Fct for trial. Tho matter has stirred
up great oxcltcmont In tho Portu
guese community, and tho outcomo
ot the trl'l will be watched with
great i!c e t
Tho famous Twenty-fourth Ucgl
inent band, U. S. A which nrrlved
on the transport Sherman from the
Orient tcstcnlny, played on tho roof
gardon of tho Young Hotol last night
beforo n very largo nudlenco. Wag
nor'B "Parsifal" selections, Including
tlio "Holy Orall," were skillfully
tendered. Tho band, which consists
cf tlilrty-llvn skilled musicians, a
largo majority or whom nro ncgroef,
wns under the lendoiBhlp of Wilfred
O. Thompson, Preceding tho concert
Thonipbim mndo n fow rcmnrks. Ho
wns loifdly applauded, Captain Hor
gcr wns prcseut and enjoyed tho mu
sic Immensely. During the Intermis
sion ho congratulated Thompson for
his splendid leadership.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Geo. Davis !0pen
A rather BUdden surprlBo was-
sprung In tho Federal CJtiit this Tu Governor Frear
morning when tho resignation of , Sir The protest mndo by tho un
Ceorgo A. Davis ns United States ! dcrslgncd In regard to the Mann land
Commissioner was read. Whllo Da- rale was not based upon whether or
ls has made many threats of this I not tho land Iu question would grow
1.1ml In tho past fow months there ' cocoanuts. The report of Mr Jnrcil
wero few who believed that ho would . Smith might mislead the reading
enrry out tho dctcrmlnntlon. public ns to what tho Issue Is. To
In tho written resignation which open public lands tor settlement with
was handed In to Judge Dole, and bucIi restrictions upon the terms ot
accepted by that ofTlclai without com-
ment, Davis mado a strenuous pro-
test against Frank U. Hatch, tho of a certain iirtlcui is ono oi our an
clerk or tho Federal Court and also Jcctlons. Again, we think the lota
United States Commissioner. Ho nre too large, and that 100 ncres Is
mentions the Balary which Hatch re- enough for one lot. If tho land la
eches bb clerk of tho court nnd alj not of cxtrn good quality, then why
Btates that In his opinion tho two not treat such n fact In the way of
positions nro conflicting nnd ono man , appraisement, nnd give the purchaser
should not bo allowed to occupy both. ' i fito hand or agency to rnlso whnt
The troublo which huH been ' ho can best mako uso of Opinions
brought foith publicly for tho first differ largely s to what will do well
tm in.inv luiii itH iirlnlu when on various lands, nnd tills Mana
Hatch wns ilrst appointed. At that land Is not an exception. Mr. Hills
tlmo Davis was vigorous tn his of Kuunl. a man with cxpcrlenco In
statements Hint the appointment wns tho cocoanut-rnlslng. s.is that tho
a direct slap at him. The matter Mana land Is nil right for cocoanuts:
wns soothed over, however, and ho that tho coral under the top soil or
did not take nny extrcmo steps at rand can bo broken through with
that time. The stntcment wns com- blasting anu tho roots or tho trees
monly mndo nt tho tlmo or Hntch's permitted to enter tho sand bolovv tho
appointment that It had been mado coral and trees will bo nil right un
necessary by tho tact that many der such treatment; that such con
tlmcs when there were warrants to dltlous have heretofore existed at
bo sworn to, It was Impossible to nnd ether places.
Davis, and sometimes a delay of bov- , hut wo wish to bo understood cor-
i i j i. his .., v roi-llv tbntlnur nrotest Is nEiiilist tho
t rui iiuuib niiD iui.uiii;u w ... " -
when time wns vnlunble. Slnco
it:h Is always
on hand nt tho
(Continued on Page 4.)
A Sponge is a necessity to
the cleanly person; and our
Soonges are luxuries to every
w (rood, meals
Snappy Shoe Styles
P, 0. Box 400,
Timid advertising might attract
timid people those who arc afraid
of store-crowds if that is the class
desire to reach. j
store will not keep in the race a
month after you have ceasea to try
to keep up with the advertising pace.
ARE ALWAYS READ BY THE
PRICE 5 CENTS
I.lhuo, Knunl, Mnrch
tho sale us to rcqulro the purennser
to engage wholly In tlio cultivation
policy of opening lands upon sucjw.
(ondltlons ns nro connccicu wuu iiio'y
Mnnn sale. It Is, in our opinion, tin
giving of land In exchange for tho
cancellation of tho lonse, without nc
conipllshlng tho object held out to
the public, viz : getting Binnll Bct
lers upon tho public Innds of Hawaii.
We say, a farmer In Hawaii should (
be given tho same freedom upon his
homestead that tho United Slatos
gives, Itequlro tho cultivation ot
land together with certain building
Improvements nnd give tho smnll
farmer chance Is all that tho small
J. I. SIIA'A,
J. D. AVHITU.
Taiwan water excites the nppetlto
nnd stimulates the nutlvo fuuctlouH.
As It coiiducci tn vigorous health It
Is far less costly than a restorative
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
for gentlemen. We have
thcia in our windows.
One of them is our new tan
Blucher Oxford for Spring and
Summer wear. It is made of
genuine Russia Calf on the
The correct Welted sole,
with smooth inner-soles, soft,
and pliable, makes it an easy
and stylish shoe. The leather
takes a delightful polish.
This shoe wears well, and
holds its shape till the end.
Price $1.50. Ask for Style
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