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From San Francisco:
Alameda Mar. 27
Manchuria Mur. 30lh
For Ran Francisco:
Hilonian n.r. 21
Mongolia Mnr. !S
AlamcJa Apr. 1
From Vancouver: , '
, Mounn Apr. 4
.Mnrnma , , , Apr. 1
VOL. X. NO. 355'
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W.tilukti, Maul. Match "3 lllgato HIiiL.im, lliu liana Jipiiirhu
wliii Is charged Willi murder In tho first degree. Is lit largo. Ilu (Hit
not ircipo fro'll Jill o- from ftp tody of imj (if Hid Maul ikiIIcp.
On Mnrcli IDIli Hlgilo and two others weiu indicted by lliu
(Irani! Jury fur murder In I ho II' tit degree. The trno 1)111 wns signed
liy Win. I.. V.'liltnoy. Klrsl IJi'pu'y Atturnej Cmern! or tlio Terri
tory. Tills iHornliu; Illrilo'rf nttoiiuy, .1. M. Vlvnti, nipil'- a motion to
tinivli Hie Indictment on lliu ground Hint Win. I.. Whitney has not
bo far filed his credentials ns deputy attorney gem-ml unsigned to
tlilii circuit for tlio M.ucli 190S tflini. Mr. Whitney contended that
the Ming ot n cointiilsklon was not necessary an ho wan tlio regular
ly appointed Klr3t Heputy Allfiiiiiy (Jeneral of lliu Territory nml
iK'putUol by tlio Attorney (loVnl of the Trrrllory to attend to tlio
criminal mallora at this term uhcotirl. Ml. Whitney qnotod hertloiiB
trIO ninl iiiai of the IteU'-ed l.awn to substantiate hti rontentloiiH.
Mr. Whltii-v further Hilled that ho hail lieei In all tlio (IrcultB, to
llllo, Kaii'il, l.uhnliu, nntfMiin crudcntliln lmd never liecn asked for
Judge UcH)lkul granted tl.c luotlon and Hid defendant wan al
lowed tji ko lit lurso. In n very short while ho wan out of Mght,
and yu one known lil wheienliouta at thin writing. Mr. Whitney
wlr,'d thin afternoon lo Attorney (1cikm.i1 Hcmcuway for Instruc
tlais In tin; in.it !('. Ju the nicnnwlillo the Oram! Jury, which w.ih
ll'diiiritcd lata iTlduy, Mibjcct ju
morrow to lietr tlio cites all over
all or the Island.
A foimcr AtloriH'y (lenernl of Ha
waii rennrkod tills luoi njpK that thd
inline of Jwlgo Kepolknl on tlio status
of IVputy Atloincy (Jeneral Whitney
wns- not extraordinary. In former
ihjo, one of Hie tint things dono In
the outride clicnl'.i wax for the pro
noting oflleer to rend his commission
to repienenl the (lou'rnnient at Hut
When thin gentlcmmn was told that
Testimony stroiiRly in faNor of
Mlarj Alice Heard and her manage
ment of thu Kona OrphiuinRo baa
been Klcn by one of tho wards of
tho Institution, who arrived In tho
Manna l.na fioni Kona )estcrday.
This Is a H-year-old Rlrl, who camo
to Honolulu with the Intention ot
going on to 'I. on Augulos, where liur
father Is now slajliiR. Hbo is nt
presout beliiR lakon caro of by Mrs.
Mairpiez of tlio Woman's i:ccha:igo.
Mrs. Manjiicz and tho Rlrl could not
(Continued on Pace 2)
Uphels Miss Beard
UR NEW SPRING
sv.cn new xorit, uustom House is now comrilete.
We have Serges, Black Undressed Worsteds,
Cheviots, litrht Snrfnrr and Riimmpr RnlK rlnll.p.
of all kinds, but of only ONE QUALIFY.
You can't make a mistake by getting yourself one of
these very fashionable and well-tailored suits.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
1 J "fr"V
3:30 O'clock: the bulletin is Honolulu's best marketplace
till) II II Hull II)
call, will ho summoned horo to
again and they nru coming from
tlio ilofeinlniit In wliOso case Kcpolkal
made the ruling had gone and no ouo
know where, lie staled thai the Coiui'
ty Attorney or tho Deputy Attorney
(Jeneral wan tho ono i look aftor that.
'Tho man should have boon arrested
lininedlnlely be left the roiirthouse,
If tho man leriialtm at liire, there
will prob'ibly bo n pretty bow-do da
mer who Is responsible for his oseapo.
It cannot bo laid nt Judge Kepolkal's
Thau was a IVi per cent dlWilcntl
ilerhired at Hid meeting of Iho O.iliu
HiiK.ir Co. thin uiornliiR.
Al a meeting of tho directors of the
O.tlm Sugar Co., buhl Ilils mornl'ig, It
was Mitcd that beginning on April 15
n dividend of 1','j per cent would bo
paid monthly. Tne directors of Haiku
and 1'ala plantations mot this morning
anil n dividend of 1 per cent n month
will bo pnyuhlo on and after April 1.
STOCK of .Suits tailored by this
CORNER OF TORT -ANP HOTEL .STREETS. (,t .!
PAPER THAT GOES
lO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25. 1908-lO
ESSAGE ON MANY REFORMS
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 25.
The special committee of the com
mittec appointed by the Speaker hai
reported against the impeachment of
Judge Wilitcy, against whom charges
were brought by Lorrin Andrews.
In the full committee Congress
man Clayton moved for the impeach
ment of Wilfley, saying that if his
motion were rejected he would pre
rent the case to the House. No ac
tion was taken. - .
LONDON, England, March 25.
The condition of Premier Campbell
Banncrman is very serious. Ho has
been ill for some months.
A nicBsngo has been reccheil tills
uicnliiR fiom l.alialna which ntateH
that the lnter-Islnnd stoamer Manna
Ken roiiniiued Juut i bourn and 2U
minutes In her run from tlio time sho
left Honolulu until sho arrhcil at that
port. Tills would mean that tho crack
boat was coloring something-over 1!
miles an hour. Just before tho flag
bhlp sailed jpsterday noon It was saut
ed that her piobibla speed would b3
j bout VI knots an hour. This Is (low
er than she has boon making, it the
wiieless advices aro correct, I.nlinliiH
in 7" miles from Honolulu.
Daniel Logan, the veteran new'hpa
pcrman hui nccoptetl tho position of
ilty odltror or the Htar, He will be
gin bin now duties next wick.
J. HOPP & CO.,
(Lowers & Cooke Bldg.)
j KING STREET.
HAVE A SODA
From Our New Fountain.
For Street. , Phono 49.
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TO THE H0ME--THE EVENING BULLETIN
Iho directors of lionoinit Hugar
Company held n incdtliiR this noon
Mid declared a one and, a halt per cent
dividend. This makes four ilhlJund
declarations for today J'ala, Haiku,
Oahit and Ilonomu,
Tim amoiml to bo pnld out In dl
lilends declared today ninounts to
The following wireless was received
hero last night from tho Matson Nav
igation Company's liner Hilonian. It
was received at 8 30 nt Harbor's Point
and at tlio offlco hero ot 10108. Tho
message reads ns follows; ,.
"On Hoard S. a. Hilonian.
"To tho Press, Honolulu. V"
"Ono hundred and fho mllos oft Ho
nolulu. Seas smooth. All well."
Tho Hilonian sailed yesterday foi
Hie Coast. Her wlrolcss operator on
tho next trip will probably bo Charlie
Drew, who Is pursor on tho boat. An
expert operator camo down on tho
boat tb's trip to try out tho system,
and teach Drew tho Insldo pointers of
tho wireless. Calls for Honolulu will
ho sent ont from tho Hilonian cveiy
night until tho boat nenrs tho Const,
when thcro will probably bo no uso In
trjlng to span tho dlstnnco
ARE MONEY MAKERS
J Conrnir. maiUKcr of tho Koui
vinoyards Company, Is In town, hav
ing arrived on tho Mauna ixi.t yifi
ieidav. Ho Is very confident regivd-
Jug the buccess of tho wlno IndiHtiv
In Kona, and says that his compaiiy
U Just starting tho planting of 500
cim of grapes. This Is In aldttbn
ti. what Is already planted uy othsr
pirple of tho district. The manu
facture of wlno Is going on on a con
sl'.'rablo scale and the deiiiaul f'ir
the product Is lively.
(torpor hays that the vlncytr.M of
Kona produce from 10 to Hi tons of
ri ipes per acre, and that .ill torn
panv pas tho growers S2.' to "0 a
tin for tho grapes.
We ship Papaias,
The best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
in our Safe Deposit Vaults will cost
you just 50c a month, or five dollars
for the year.
That's pretty cheap Insurance on
your Jewelry and Valuables, of
whatever sort they may be.
Most people would give that much
just to be sure that they aro safe.
But, when there is a fire or burglary,
and they are saved because they are
in our Safe Deposit Vaults, it oomes
home with double force. Rent one
now 50c a month.
Fori St. 8cnol'ii
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WASHINGTON, D. C, March 25.
President Roosevelt sent a message
to Congress today in which he cov
ered a wide range of subjects.
The message urges a law, to abol
ish child-labor, and the enactment of
a new employers' liability law to
conform to the recent decision of the
Regulation of injunctions is rec
ommended; also the extension of ar
bitration to labor disputes.
An amendment to the Interstate
Commerce anti-Trust law is pro
posed, and legal recognition of
strikes and combinations of employ
ers and employes.
Postal savings banks are favored.
revision of the tariff is endorsed, and
a permanent InlandtWaterways Com'
STEVENS GETTING WELL
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 25,
The condition of S. W. Stevens is
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 25.
Refined sugar advanced ten cents a
There Is a persistent rumor floating
around town. to tho elTcct that tho Col
lector of Customs for tho noxt term
has beon appointed. One story is to
tho effect that tho present Incumbent,
E. It. Stackablc, had received a cabin
this morning from Washington con
firming his reappointment. Mr. Stack-
able was soon, but bo denied the truth
of the report.
"I liavo had no such cable or word
from Washington," said Stackaule,
"and If I had, I should bo very glad to
glvn It out, for It would bo pleasant
nows to mo."
Another report Is to tho effect that
a number ot prominent business men
of tlio city aro putting forth ovory
effort to have another man, whoso
namo cannot bo learned, appointed lo
iho position of Collector ot Customs,
it i known that thcro aro soiernl out
siders who have had tholr oyo on tho
plum for some tluio.
Honolulu has bell gained tho repu
tation of being a clean city. The only
way we can maintain same Is by keep
ing at work.
After the Show
A Dainty Supper
or Light Refreshments at
Alexander Young Cafe
We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa-
i;on leaves town for Waikiki and
Cojlege Hills at 10:30 a, m. every
Ticket For Lihue
(Spoctal to the llullctln)
LlHin;. Kaunl, March 24. The advent of politics In the
Garden tnln nt tho Republican Precinct Clubs last Saturday
night for tho nomination of Territorial lclegates was qulotly
but somnwhat enthusiastically observed by the colons of tho 1.1
huo precinct. While tho excursion offered by the Inter-island
' Steam Navigation Company on the Mauna Kea seriously Impair
ed (he plans of some of tho politicians, to put In an nppcaranco
at tho I.lhue meeting, still thcro wns quite a representative
After the disposition of tho ifgular business, a motion
wns unanimously adopted that the dclegites from this precinct
be Instructed to vote for Delegate Kalnnlauaolo and Hon. A.
(I. M. Robertson to represent Hawaii at the National Conven
tion to be held In Chicago.
Immediately following the adoption of this motion, Chair
man llroadbent remarked that ho hud notlcod In tho newspa
pers that tho idea ot sending an Instructed delegation to Chi
cago for Toft was not "generally favored. This precipitated a
lively discussion on tho candidacy of Secretary Taft for Presi
dent. Av rtrong sentiment was expressed by Ihose present
adverse to Toft, notwithstanding Ilooecvelt'o Insistent support.
It was argued that if Taft Is elected Presldcut ho will sacrifice
Hawaii for the better advancement and promotion, of tho Phil
ippines. "Taft is not the man for Hawaii," was tho accordant
acclaim of the wlde-awako solons.
As to County politics, tho Chairman stated that the pres
ent ortclals may be re-nomlnatcd for their respective oftlccs,
ns no complaint had been made during their administration. It
Is whispered among somo who know, however, that n change
is suro to come In some of the ofllc.es.
The following were nominated as delegates to the Territo
rial Convontlon, from which tin re will be selected: C. A. nice,
J. It. Conoy, C. W. Spitz, J. A. Hoggs, Judge C 8. Dolo, J. I..
Iljor'.h, and A. V. Hill. A. O KAUI.UKOU.
Kev, J, L. Hopwood of the Kamo
hameha Schools Is now- a regular
pastor ot the Illshop Memorlnl
Church, formerly known as the Ka
mehameha Chapel. His Installation
took place yesterday afternoon nt an
ecclesiastical council which met at
The organization ot this church
has been In the minds of tho com
mltteo of tho chnrch, consisting of
Perlcy P. Home, Miss Ida M. Pope,
and Miss Alice K. Knapp, of tho
Kamehamoha Schools, for Bomo time.
The Ulshop Memorial Church Is
STYLE No. 474. PRICE $4.50.
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P. 0. Box 409,
A business that is flourishing is a
business that is talked about. Pop
ular ignorance of it shroudi it in si
lence, and a silent business is nearly
dead, if not utterly so. The way to
have it talked about on the street
and in the home is to
ADVERTISE IT IN THE
PRICE 5 CENTS
now a regularly organized church.
Alrairiy members have registered.
ISM Ml Kg i)
GERMANY WON'T TAKE
U. S. MINISTER
BERLIN, Germany, March 25.
Germany refuses to receive Minister
Hill, the newly appointed American
Ambassador. The objeotions are not
Honolulu has welt gained the repu
on the streets and sidewalk In frort.
of your house and store, and help to
make Honolulu clean and beautiful.
to commence figuring on
Let us show you one of
our new ones. It's made of
the New Shade of
with the Pointed Toe, and
having the New Effect of
Heavy Perforations around
the lace stays and Heel
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i m 1 bu. XiiX .