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VOL. X. NO. 3953.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 18. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
From' Sin Francisco:
Hllonlan Mar. 18
"lnn '..Mar. 22
Alameda Mnr. 27
For Ban Franohco:
Asia Mar.. 21
Hllonlan Mnr. 21
Mongolia .Mnr. 28
Moana Apr. 4
Maratua .. ,.-.,' Apr. 1
Fiom Transport Thomas,
To Weather Eurcau, Honolulu: 1000 Miles at Sea.
Nine hundred miles from Honolulu at noon. Weather cloudy and
.fine. Wind northeast, force three (14 to 18 miles j.cr hour). Sea smooth.
Temperature seventy-four. Baromet;r 30.04.
What Is probably tlio longest wire
less message ever received by the.
Wireless Telegraph Service here
tamo In lo tlio V. S. Weather Ilurenu
tills morning from Harbor's Point. It
was from tlio transport Thomas,
which Balled from lie.ro Saturday,
March 14, for Manila and I'hltlpplno
ports, and contained the official wea
ther observations on board the boat.
The message arrived At Darner's
I'olnt last night at 8:30, when the
Thomas was about 1000 miles out
at sea. '
According to Manager Stockman,
May Charge Morato
"I)M you seo that Instructions
have been lecctved by the local Fed
eral authorities to look out for tin-
archlsts? Well, wo are going to ro
fer tlio matter of Morato to District
Attorney llreckons to try to have
him arrested," ,
v The above statement was made
'ithls noon by Attorney K. Xi. Peters,
& whd appeared ns counsel for J. V.
llnrno In tlio enso of criminal llbol
which Gregorlo 'Jose Morato brought
,,i.ganst him on account of a certain
"drtjelo In tho A Mbordade, In which
Durno' Intimated that Murato might
-.bV Implicated In tho anarchistic
s plots which culminated In'tlio asBa
xlnation of (he King of Portugal.
" Morato" hnd both tho A Llberdada
and Durno arrested for criminal II-
lil n 11 il t ll n oiliiaa Annin litt title
m' viiu Citato Mllliq Ur llllS.
morning, A. CI. Correa appealed ns'
special counsel for tho prosecution, I
Peters wanted to nrguo the motion
to quash tho complnlut against tho
A I.lberdnde, which he submitted last
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some, of fine fabrics and latest make i and designs! and '
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them. They art the
Wilson . Bros, and Cluett Shirt?
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THE KASH CO., LTD.,
' CORNER OF E0RT AND HOTEL STREETS.
In charge of the local hrnnr-h of tlio
luilled States Weather lluroau Ser
lrc, this Is the longest distance nies
rngo over received here. It was "lu
l.en" by rixpeit A. A. Isboll, who hoi
n number of delicate Instruments
with which ho hus been making
tests. He has been working with
theso for tlio Inst few days, but on
nccount of the peculiar atmospheric
conditions, ho has hcrotoforo not
been able to gain long distances. Yes
terday, howovsr, he was able to get
In communication wltli the Thomas,
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week, but tho Couit Htatod that It
wanted to hear tho Durno case first,
and ordered that that he disposed of
on its merits.
Immediately an extremely techni
cal battlo ensued, Peters submitting
revei al demurrers to the complaint.
Ho first demurred on tho grounds
that tho complaint was iluplldrtiua'
In that It charged the defendant with
both making and publishing tho li
bel. Ho wanted the prosecution to
select one of these charges. This de
murrer was overruled, hnd Peters en
tered nnother demurrer on tho
rrounds that It did not appear from
the complaint that tho writing was
made with tho Intent that It bo pub
lished. Correa argued that tho pub
lication, which had been alleged,
would Bhow such Intent, but the
Court held otherwise, and the diffi
culty wqs finally settled by an
nmendment of the complaint.
Correa .called Morato to come and
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BUSINESS MEN HOW
OFFERED TO SELL
WW FOR $100
Seki's attempt to mnko money out
of his tin 111 c In human flesh has got
him In tiouble and ho will spend the
next four months rusticating over on
the reef. Sell I attempted to sell it
woman for S100, but his nmlablo In
tentions v.cro frustrated mid his en
terprise) biought to naught by his
foolish action In locking, tlio pros
pective purchaser up and holding
him for two days In an attempt to
make htm accept the tnrgaln at tho
Accoidlng to tho statement made
in couit this morning by the United
Hfatea District Attorney, Sekl had
been living openly for over a month
with a woman named Tnklna, but ho
filially decided to disposo of her, pos
rlbly not finding her all he thought
Miemlght be. So he offered to sell
her to n man named Nishlknwa for
$100. Trouble aroso over a 15 pay
ment on account, and Sell I locked
Xlshlknwa up In his house In tho
heart of town and kepi him there
for two days.
Naturally Nlshlkawa considered
himself aggrieved, and a complaint
Was laid against Bckl, charging him
with "violation of the Edmunds Act.
This morning Judge Dole sentenced
the prisoner to four months In Jail
rnd to pay tlio costs of court, and
delivered to him a homily Into the
Koga, who was one of the Japan
ese running the big Illicit still on
tho Afong premises in Nuuami val
ley, plead guilty to the chargo of
having In his possession an unregls
teicd still, and the other charge, was
nolle prosd. Iloth Koga and his part
ner, Hashimoto, will be sentenced,
9 m ME
High Sheriff Henry has brought
suit ngalnct ox-County Sheriff A. M.
Brown for a bill of accounting and
the recovery of money which ho as
serts Drown owes him.
Henry In his complaint nlteges that
In 1903 ho and lliown entered Into an
urrangemeut to purchase' certain of
tho "fire claims." Honry'put up $1000
as cupltnl and Drown furnished tho
experience.- Now It appears, from tlio
complaint, that lliown has tho monoy
and Henry tlio experience. It Is
claimed that Drown did purchase, a
considerable number of tho claims,
how many plaintiff says ho doesn't
know as tlio facts aro In tho posses
sion of Drown.' Diit ho does know
that ho got neither any of tlio profits
accruing horn tho enterprise, nor his
$1000 back. According to tho arrange
ment between tho partners, thoy ,wero
to share profits equally lifter Drown
had rotiirnedthe $1000 to Henry.
Henry asks, therefore, that Drown
bo required to make mi accounting
and to pay to plaintiff whatever, la
..1'5!Cf ' .
when it is drawn up in. proper legal
xorm, ana means wnai you meant it
to mean, guarantees the distribution
of your property in exactly the way
f pu intended.
il i; isn't arawn. up in proper legal
form,' it may mean, anything; and,
after paying attorney's fees, your
nein wiu.uuvc miie-ieu, .
We make out yourVwill -free of
charge, if we are named 'one of the
' Must Die
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, March
17. The Emperor lias confirmed the
death sentence of Lieut. Gen. Stoes
kel,. who surrendered Port Arthur to
Tho Chambor of Commerce Is meet
ing this afternoon to hear the report
of Secretary Wocflt on his frlp to
Washington. A '
Tho following wireless has been
iccclveil from tho Hllonlnn:
On Hoard Hllonlnn,
March 17, l'JOS.
Castle & Cooke, Honolulu:
Klght p. m., two bundled foity
four miles off Honolulu. Due at
wharf at f:30 p. m. tomorrow. Wea
ther lino. Sea smooth. All well.
Passenger list on hoard the S. S.
Hllonlan, to arrive this evening at
6 o'clock aro: Miss draco Webster,
Mrs. D. I.eelc. Mrs. I). Forbes and
child, Mrs. C. Crowder, MrB. J. A.
Iltighcs and son, Mrs. Iieno Hughes,
Mrs. V. K. Conkllng and child, Mrs.
A. Desmond, Mrs. Caro and three
children, Mrs. Heeds and son, Miss
G. Hicks, Mrs. Illake and fhreo
daughters. Mis. S. Holland, O. A.
Consalves, Samuel WooUey, Mr.
OST- BULLETIN ADS, PAY -
We ship Papains,
t The best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
J. H0PP& CO.,
(Lowers & Cooke Bldg.)
BECKLEt NOT TO
TAKE MAUNA KEA
Admiral Deckley will not go out
ns the regular purser of the Mauna
This statement was mndo this
morning In responso to a query re
garding the report that the "Admir
al" Is to leave tho Inter-Island serv
ice. It Is not true that Deckley will
be dropped from the service, al-
J though ho may take It Into his head
Tho silver service of the Mauna
Keu Is said to bo the cause of all the
trouble. The reports concerning
this are varied. Some claim that tho
Admiral ' solicited It for tho steam
er and then was surprised to find
that the donors had Inscribed his
nnnie on It.
That Is what started tho dlrector.i
on tho warpath, and then It has not
been pleasant for some that the "Ad
miral" acted us If ho was running
tlio wholo show. Complaints of fa
orltlsm In assigning berths have,
been made, and so there appears to
have been a general decision that the
Admiral will not run the Mauna
At least that Is the status this
morning, although it Is possible that
tho Admiral has such a hold on the
company thnt he will secure a ro
vorsal of the order.
When the Wilder Steamship Com
pany was consolidated with the In
tcr-Islnnd It was gcnernlly reported
thnt tho days of tho Admiral as tho
leader In matters nautical wcro num
bered, ns tho directorate of tho now
compnny did not have the same con
sideration for him that he enjoyed
among his old friends nnd associates
of the Wilder Company.
Ao, a v, ': a,i r p'-t t blnck-
Einllh of Wiilmea. Uaa.ii. Luiiiniltted
suicide iHBt Sunday by shootlna him
self twlco thiough the throat, killing
lit.n Inal.i.illi. Httr.l.i.. .i
...... niaiHrni;, tMIIUIIU WltH IIIO
cause of trouble," said Miki of W. C,
Peacock & Co., who returned in the
Mlkahala from Kauai this morning.
"Ao, who was qulto woalthly at tho
tlmo of his death, left a family to sur
A wireless from Maul received to
day announces the fact that tho Gov
ernor and his party will return on the
Klliutl Saturday mornlni- Thnt ulll
make their trip IS days In length.
Fins Job Printing at tho Bulletin.
We have included Colters Hilli in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa-.
t,uii leaves tuwii ivr wuiiujti, ana
College Hills at lOtfn n 'm rr
Soda Water Fountain
made entirely of t glass and
marble. It will soon be open
ed by an expert dispenser at
After the Show
A Dainty Supper
of Light Refreshments at
Alexander Young Cafe
I Death For Orchard
Is Jury Verdict
CALDWELL, Idaho, March 18. Harry Orchard was today sen
tenced to suffer death on May 15. The Judsc asks a remittal of sen
tence. Orchard is the man who confesed the most villainous crimes as
the alleged agent of the Western Federation of Miners. He was used
as a witness in the trial of officers o ' the Federation, who were found
RUSH COAL STATION
POINT LOMA. Cal., March 18.-Woik is being reshed on the coal
inir station at this port.
11 .! i m
POMONA TOTAL WRECK
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 18. The steamship Pomona is prob
ibly a total wreck.
M I I
IOWA FO'i TAFT
DES MOINES, Iowa, March 18. Taft delegates were chosen at the
Republican convention held here today.
BIG LINER INJURED
NEW Y0HX, N. Y March 10. The Atlantio liner Kron Prinz Wil
helm had a hole stove in her stern today as the result of a collision with
the Crown Castle.
RUSSIAN GENERALS DUEL
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, March 18. Lieut. Generals Smirnoff
and Fock enraged in a duel today with pistols. Smirnoff was probably
HAYTI CONDITIONS BETTER
PARIS, France, March 18. The situation at Hayti is improved.
Refugees are permitted to leave.
CIjV Al iIURIIUV
ib las SRBHsSnBIIatti
If the Micces:. of Alexander lliimo
Ford's promotion schemes may be
predicated by tho slto of tho crowd
that assembled at the Commercial
Club this noon to hear him expound
them, they ought to bo winners from
tho word go. Kvery sent nt every
table In tho big dining room was oc
cupied, and when Ford finished talk
Ing, ho mis hcaitlly applauded. He
outlined a number of schemes which
bo thought should bo put Into effect
In order to mako Hawaii a place
which tourists would be anxious tn
visit, Jumping with great rapidity
from ono plan to another. Tho burden
of his talk, however, was that Hawaii
bhnuld Join with Now Zealand nnd
Australia in forming n promotion bu
reau tho endeavor of which should he
to secure tourists to visit first Ha
wall and then the Colonies, Ho said
that durlug his recent Oslt to tho
i Colonies, ho had talked the matter
over with many prominent men and
unii mi-i mi ii uiu grcaicsi encoiirago.
I Ford was introduced by President
n ti. o...iit. ...i . ..
... . annul, viw iiienuuiieu nun as
n distinguished traveler nnd writer
(Who nail interested himself In Hawaii
Win dwaa doing nil ho could tii further
, tho Interests of tho Territory.
I "Miw I tin bollove. Ford began.
"that there Is a placo tn tho world for
tho born meddler, and for the past
year I have been meddling with ev
erything from Now Zealand and Aus
tralia to Hawaii. Like tho babies that
cry for Castnrla, they seem -down
Miuth to wnnt more, Deforo l' went
down thcro I suggested to Ooveriior
Frcar that I inlsht see what I could
do for promotion, nnd he told' mo to
ro nliend. I met there a mah: n.xiied
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Top, Military Heel, is some
The price is just right
Don't fail to see this shoe,
P. 0, Box 409.
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