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VOL. X. NO. 4182.
12 FADES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY 0F HAWAII, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1008. 12 FADES
PRICE 5 CENTS. .-5"
COMMITTEE ON TERRITORIES
NOTORIOUS ISOI ,
' ARRESTED ON CHARGE
OF IMPORTING WOMEN
tlio purposes of prostitution, Sono III
Charged with Importing women for of $1000 apiece ly U. 8. Commissioner mid nlso providing a penalty for any
H. II. Kingsbury. I lime who harbors n Woman within that
Wlmt will In nil prolnblllty develop time, whether or not alio In engaged
Into nn oig-inlzcd Kchcme of bringing in prostitution. It In not mi easy mat
Japanese women tn these Islands for! ter to secure tho necessary evidence
the purpose of filling the brothel In these cases, hut from Information
bouses lias. Dceii unonrinen inrougii tnat nn lias picKctt up nn Racrni ocon
Mchl, hetter known to the general puh
lie ns 11. Isol, the man who won faiuo
ly ncccptlng a one hundred dollar nolo
limn Shcilff luuke.i, nnil Chlso, his'
wife, vcio this morning placed under
irrust hy United States Miiih1i.iI i: It.
Hendry, and later relented under bond
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10 BUILD RAILROAD
DIIXINOHAM SAYS WORK WILL BE STARTED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
NEW SURVEY WILL BE MADE , EXPECTS TO RUN
RAILWAY CLEAR THROUGH THE HAMA-
KTf A THRTRinT
lid. Dulscnherg, who was In- .
Juri'il hy nn nutouiohllo last 1
nlKht, Is now considered to be A
out of danger, though for some n.
time after tho accident his ion- "A
illt Ion was iulto seilous. He V.
was not allotted to seo anjouo K
this morning, his phjslclnn,
Dr. Wnltors, wishing thnt h 'i
kIioiiM liae complete lest. He X
Is reported to haic said that j
the auto was speeding at u fit- Z
Ions rate. M.
Dulscnherg had for somo Xi
montliB been suffering from (
heart trnuble, nnd 11 Is probable v.
thnl'lhoRreiU aKocir to which -(
ho was subjected tins nggravnt- ft
cd this. K
It was lenrned from nnnther .1
sonrio that Mr. DulsonborK
complains of his right side and X
the extent of Ills Injuries is not '
jet known. In connection with rt
ntitomohllrs, It Is stated that 5
Dulkcnbcrg's carriage nnd tho M
thico nutntnobllcsiwcro all com- .
Ing toward town, consequently W
Dulscnhcrg'a team wnsj on tho It
right side of the lo.id. Tho t
niitos are said to liavo been rac- If
Ing at a terrific speed. The ac-
cldcnt look place shortly after r
11 o'clock ns thn sticct car that t
loft tho Moann at lllOn-canled x
'passengcrR who saw thn iitrl- (
dent. It Is possible that thn C
niito parlies ln ol oil will ho
brought to a serious accounting, tf
ns soon niT'the extent of Mr. j
DulsenhcrR'n Injuries Is inatil- "
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tho clccr iletcctlvo work and untiring
lgllnnco of United States District At
torney It. . Hrcckons. Tor wooki
past Ilreckons has been looking Into
tho case, tracing tho women who hao
come here, nnd ticcurtng evidence. The
work which ho has done was brought
out fully before tho I'cdernl Gram!
ury, which has been In session all
morning, and, .is a result there are two
people, supposedly the ring-leaders.
under uriest, and warrants hao been
Issued for three others concerned In
tho alleged orgHiilred plan of bringing
women hero for tho purpose of prostitution.
United States District Attorney
Hrcckons Is convinced thnt tho money
for a. large number of women who have
come here from .In pan of late has been
loru in iled fiom these Islands. Twi
Jnpiucho gills, one who urrlvcd In Ho
nolulu list April and the other In the
latter part of July, weio before tho
Grand Jury this morning, nnd they
told Interesting stories, Incriminating
thosu who me under unest. It seems
that the women wero married ntjho.
Immigration Station, but as soon as
they wero released, their husband'
wero persona nou grata, Isol taking
thofcmlnlno duo in hand and telling
them tho old, old story of how much
easier they cinilil make money If they
worked under his suporvlslon rnlhcr!
than shuery on the plantations. 1
Ono of the girls, a pretty little kl-'
monaed maiden from the l.aud of tho
Rising Hun, Is only 19 yinrs old, and If, j
ns It appeals, she is telling tho truth,!
tho has been treated most shameful
ly. After having been enticed Into
tho houses of prostitution, che wits'
taken to llllo by Chlso to ply tho low
Attorney Urickotm Is slipping Ihu
pet uround llicso peoplo through tho
Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1P07, t
which provides that no women mav
become an Inmate of n houso of pros
tltutlnn within threo cara after shn
hag been hroimht Into tho country.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
BT DULLETIN AD8 PAY -mm
Moiib, Drcckons felt certain thnt thcro
nas a deep plot, In which a number of
well known Jnpnneso were concerned
being worked up. Thnt many more
women havo been brought hero for
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IN HONOiOF BUFORD
There will be a dance tonight at
tho Mnana Hotel In honor nt the
transport Hiiford, and all friends of
tho llufnrd nnd tho Moana aro cor
dially Invited to conic and share la
tho general good time. Kaal's Or
chestra will bo on hand to furnish
tho dnnco music, and tho evening
will bo a very enjoyable ono for ev
orjhody. , . ,
"We aro going! tbiough to Hakn- aro doing ono thing at a time. When
lau anil aball begin work as stJJn,ns'thy "akalau It will be time
possible. Te flrgt (h(nK ncccMnrj. u (o Rot
This Is thn gist,' of tho reply modo aM cnKnccr to run u line through,
this morning by jit. I' Dilllnghnm Mnny surveys hae been made, but
when asked by a Hullo tin repic- the llllo nnllway, while having tho
i.cntntljo icKardlrfc the rumor that benefit of the other projected lines,
tho llllo Itallwnytwould begin work wn'titn'ono of Its own,
on the extension of their roan I It Ih hniiiil Ihnt thn construction
ithrmigh to llnmnua In Immcdlnto v;lll begin In the efy near future,
j future. I Tfic first step will be to get to Wal-
The proiosltliin at tho present naku plantation, and as tho con
. time is to make a definite mnrk to structlon will take some time, tho
I reach. "We expect to go clear material for the road will probably
'through llic,llnmakui .District, somo bo on the way while tho road-bed Is
day," said Mr. Dillingham, "but, wo building.
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It represents ' reliability,
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Hawaiian Trust Co.,
823 FORT ST.
Bui glar Gives Rattle,
But Is Badly Beaten
DISCOVERED BY HEALTH' INSPECTOR 'COOK, HE'OOicinSik
DOWN, BUT IS IN RETURN GIVEN SEVERE' PUNSH
MENT MAXES HI GIVEN SEVERE PUNISH
TRAIL OF BLOOD
WASHJNOT0N, D. C, Dec. 14. The Ptcsiilcnt sent the following
nominations for Circuit Judgeships in the Territory of Hawaii to the
Senate today for confirmation: HHf
Circuit Judge or the Third uircuit u. t. arsons, itno. n
Circuit Judge of the Fourth Circuit J. A. Mathcwman, Kailun. ' W
Circuit Judge of the Fifth Circuit J. Hardy, Lihuc. tl
These are all reappointments of present incumbents. a
The news that all three Circuit Judges on the other Islands hanrft
been reappointed, by lrtuo of the Otucinor's nomliinllons, will bo con-
sldorable of a surprise to many who had followed thn ludgeshlps closn--
ly. It was generally thought that Judge Hardy would drop out nt thn
expiration of this term, and there were n largo number of candidates for
the position. Thcro Is n general belief that llaidj while accepting thn
honor of reappointment may soon retire nnd .ludgo Kingsbury named for
tho Kauai circuit.
NEEDS OF HAWAII
Krnnk I). Cook, a Hoard of Health.
Inspector, had nn exciting battle with I .. Ult-fmree CIVC
a burglar last Saturday night ; at his . EYE-WITIIEOO OAlO
IIUHIR III iiriCDliill niii;i;i, tuu iiiiiuk.,.
attacking him when ho was discov
ered in the house by Cook.
Tho affair took placo between
and 9 o'dock. Cook was Bitting In
Sensible Gifts For
Ladies' Gifts to Men.
Men's Gifts to Men
WHATEVER else they are, should be sensible and useful. A man always appreciates a
useful present, especially if it is in sood taste; if it is something to wear something
that is handsome and comfortable, so much the better.
Ladies can make no mistake in selecting a Man's gift from our stock. Everything we
have is of the fiinest quality and in the best taste.
Handsome Neckwear, Hjosiery,
Bath Robes, Silk Madras, and
Collar1 Bags, Panama Hats, Silk S.iis- A
ponders, Handkerchiefs, etc. fete.'
LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK
The K ASH CO., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
AUTOS WERE RACINC
That tho mat 111 no which X
but thcro was no light,1" """ bk; """ u ""
n .. - A. n uiunenucrg on ino wuikiki roan
Vv.Uucu , w ,t nl(,lu wng rnc,nB nnj, that ,M
I iuisL'iiiH'ri wiis urivniK lu iuu fa
j." inlddlo of tho road, Is the state- X
,X ment mado by Ilcrt Lloyd, who V
fl was an oyo-wllness of the affair. Z
"I was on tho Rapid Transit &
!c car which was near tho X
AT THE SEASIDE
tW A Ctrl WflTftW "n P Tl 1A flAivnrt Trv4t of TTnl.olt an f I
,4-bWor.th -House i Commit tee on Territories. Ht wcr.t --JleatliA
to the changett of the Organic Act of Hawaii proposed in the bill in
troduced by Delegate Kuhio for land administration. The Governor sup
port the measure of the Delegate.
Brownsville Troops f
Subject Of Message
WASHINGTON, D. C, Deef 14. President Roosevelt submitted a
special message to Congress today asking for legislation that will permit
the reinstatement of the innocent mcinbsn of the company of negro
soldiers responsible for the Brownsville episode. It will be remembered
that the whole company was dishonorably discharged by the President
because the men refused to testify atrainjt their fellows' ;
A dance In honor of tho officers and switch when the thing happen-
ladles on board the transport Hiiford
will be eh en at tho 'Seaside Hotel this
evening. A cordial invitation Is ex
tended to tho local "Army and Navy
folks and tho putroiiH of tho popular
Call nt the B u 1 1 e t i n office and
get a free list of the new fire alarm
numbers and all tho changes.
A cd, said I.lojd this afternoon. iH
y "Tho first auto passed tho rig ft
X on the left-hand side, tho rig X
) being about twenty-five feet !x
from the car, or about In tho A
inlddlo of tho road, lloth ma- X
X' chines wero going llrkety-Bplit, M
K nnd wore undoubtedly racing.
'n Dulscnherg was In no way to )
C blnmo for tho collision." iK
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dee. 18.
SUGAR: 96-degree Centrifugals, 3.80
cents or $76. per ton. Previous quo
tation, 3.86 cents.
Are Careful in Every Thing They Do.
There is no mistaken delivery
where they are concerned.
"'Tis Christmas till
Our next shipment of selected
fruits will be made 'per steamer LUR
LINE, DEC. 1STH. Fruit sent at
this time will reach Coast points in
plenty of time for New -Year's,
Island Fruit Co.
72 S. King St.
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.) ' '
To World Powers
CARACAS, Venezuela, Dec. 14. The Venezuelan Foreign Office has
made a formal protest to the Fotocrs against the action of the Dutch in
blockading the ports of the country and capturing its ships.
Regent Chun's Place
VTlTtlT Pltina TlAA 1 A Dmnns OltitM hah( tins liAati mm1aI ft
yearly income of $105,000.; also a privnte palace. He is also the com
mander of the Chinese army and navy.
NEW ADMIRALS NAMED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 14. President Roosevelt today nomiiuv.
ted Captains Potter and Mason to be Rear Admirals. Col. Harry Hodges
is nominated as a Panama Canal Commissioner. .,
Charming indeed urn tho
new T.ill stjles In Colonial
Shoes or Women Tho
trend of fashion for tho
season Is aptly told In tho
llliiHtiatlon Ono of 20
inoduls now ready. In nil
weights and leathers to suit
nil tpes nt feet.
$3.SO, $4. $4. SO
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