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- 8tM',LJ'""l'remravrw, .evening bulletin, Honolulu, t. ii.. Monday, dec, h. iqos
MAIJNA KEA STREET
RAID CASES NOLL'D
Police of Going
Fishing : ,
hac the grounds fur the motion riv
en." "The prosecution In not tcmly," nil
"That Ii not sufficient grounds," re
torted Chllllnguorth. "
The Court finally decided to grant
v continuance In three of the rases,
hut with regard to the three others
tho request wns refused, ns one con
tinuance had already prclously been
granted. ,,.., ,
Mmcxton.inlmcdlntcly entered n
nolle tirosonul fn1tho ttt'rrn canes uhlrli
riiildnC(tUeen continued. Again Chll-
llugwffrthobjccted. T ,
"Wo don't Want a nolle pros." be
said. "Wo'wAut n discharge "
You hae no rlpht to ohject," an-
And I now enter
That the prosecution In the cafes of
lite six Chinese who "cro mit-fIi'iI a
nu Aftermath to the now quite famous
raid on the Mau.-.nK'-a street gambling snerod MlUertnn
I'tn, was merely on n flsbln-t oxi-edl- nollo prosscs In all three cases."
lion for oldcnce.(nnd that )t wanted "Wo ohject," rclnlcrateil Chilling
the cases continued In the hopj of get- worth. "And we are ready to ro
ling some kind of eidenc against lhcnhoad with the trial. This business
defendants, was the charge t.-udo thU In merely n trick to Rain time, nnd tho
men w III ho re arrested '
Tho Court ruled that the prosecution
had a right to nolle the cases, and this
was nccordlfiRl done.
Considerable Interest is shown In
morning by Chas. I". ChlUiiiRworth,
who appeared us counsel for the Chin
me. "Wlinn flin rflnu U.trn fnllml tt, ll.n
J'ollcu Court, Prosecutor Mllvcrton'
nuked that they he conllniied for the these c.ises, as both the prosecution
i canon that the prosecution w-ns not and the defense claim that the) will
leady to try them , Chillingworth ob- bring forth quite sensiitlonnl dctclop
;eeted strenuously. j incnts
"I can show by witnesses," be Mild ' i t '
"That tho prosecution has been around TENNIS DOUBLES THURSDAY
fishing for oldonco. It ha nothing on
which to haso Its charges nnd this I There will be a doubles tennis match
tho reason for tho request for n eon- i.n tho Pacific Tennis courts inoxt
tlnhance. Wo object, nnd I wish to Thursday afternoon at 330 o'clock.
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You can do better
Santa Claus Every Evening
Kaai's Quintette Club
Great Britain Establishes
Regular Court Of
More than $300,000 halt been spent on
tho ship during the past year'.
When' tho Logan salts from flan
Francisco for the Orient In March
next, she will ho the finest transport
In tho Army, In fact It Is the Inten
tion to mnko her the "Model Army
Transport." All of her equipment will
be of tho most, modern type, and sho
will bo in n totally different class fiom
my of tho other ships that carry sol
diers between the mainland and the
Tim command of such A ship as tho
Logan will bo when the. reconstruction
London. Nov. 2t. Tho Goernniunl'3'.... ... ,',,,' ,h ,,
"H. fr:M!i"? :":r:2,' I Quartcnnn.terdonoral's depart-
court of arbitration In trade dispute
has now taken practical shape, and
tho names of those who hno nrccptcd
the limitation of tho president of tho
Hoard of Trnflo to servo on the re
tpectho p.nel8 were issued yestcr
day. A ftw weeks npo Mr, Churchill
caused a memorandum of tho (1 em
inent Inn to he communicated to
chambers of commerce and cniplojers'
fand workmen's associations. In this
circular the president pointed out that
Hoard of Trade Inter; entlon had been
repeatedly and successfully called for
In recent disputes, nnd, white that
would still be nnllab:e, he purposed
popularizing the conciliation net by
setting up a permanent arbitration
court, consisting of: First, a neutral
chairman; second, one or two employ
irs' representatives; third, ono or two
men reprcscntatlxes; fourth, nn expert
assessor without n oto. Tho first
p-uiel of chairmen it will bo seen,
comprltcH men of eminence and Im
partiality. It Includes: Tho Duke of
I)eonshlrc; Viscount Scltiy, better
l-nonn ns William Couit dully, P. C;
Viscount St. Aldwjn, formerly
Michael lllcks-Dcach; Lord Dalfdur of
Ilurlclgh, K. T.; Lord James of Here
lord, former Solicitor and Attorney
(lencrnl. Panel drawn from employ
crs; Lord Pirrie, head of Ilarland &
Wolff, shipbuilders; the Lord Olan
tawc, was Sir John .1 Jenkins, com
mercial magnnte of South Wnles; Sir
William T. Lewis, Ilarqnet, engineer,
mauagid the Cardiff Hallway and Tluto
Docks Company for nearly thirty
J cars; Sir Christopher Kurness, M. P-
khlpowuer, shipbuilder nnd chilrman
of Kunicssl, Withy & Co., and member
of Parliament for Hartlepool.
BUFORD'S Q.M. WILL'
GET REBUILT LOGIN
This is the last trip that Captain
William It. Tobln, qii.irtermastcr-cap-
tain of the U S. Army transport -Du-ford,
will make In command of that
vessel. When tho llufnrd reaches San
Francisco on her return trip, Captain
Tobln will bo detached and will be as
signed to tho transport Logan.
The Logan was withdrawn from
commission In December last and has
undergone a complete overhauling.
ment to hand ocr to any captain, and
the selection of Captain Tobln for that
responsible position Is considered a
token of regard from the authorities.
The transport quartermaster Is tho
man actually In command of the ship.
Though g merchant captain has charge
of the navigation, It Is the transport
quartermaster that Is responsible and
ho Is tho" man that Is held to account ft
any accident happens.
LUMBER ARRIVES FOR
Tho, constructing quartermaster In
chargo of tho work at Lellchua was n
usy man jestcrday. Early yesterday
morning tho Columbian, bringing the
lumber for tho construction of the cav
alry cantonment at Lellchua, canio In
tide tho harbor, and tho already busy
officer foun'd fresh work on his hands.
The lumber has to bo gotten to the
Llto of the cantonment nt the pArllesl
8lr possible moment, there only being
barely sufficient tlmo to complete tho
erection of the necessary buildings,
before tho arrival of tho first and third
rquadronB of the Fifth Cavalry on Jan
uary 12 next. .
Tho Columbian brought a lot of mis
cellaneous supplies, needed In the con
struction work( nt Lellehua, and Ihcuu
will bo gotten out to the reservation
lust as rapidly as possible.
FINE RACES ARE PROMISED
ON KAUAI NEW YEAR'S DAY.
The usual races at tho Kapaa raco
track on New- Year's Pay promises to
bo of imuHUntorest this car. The
Ifllpsy 'Princess will be brought over
from,Koloa. Mr. Weber has a couple
of .horses which nrc said to bo record
breakers. "Fernandez alsoMias two
horses which nro supposed to he the
"Peetest things In Kauai, and the Spald
ing stables' hae two or three, animals
that hnvo shown something remark
able both In the way of speed and stay-
ink quallty,-Kaual Oaiden Lsland.
VAN C1IKSEN In this city. Nov. 13,
1908, to "Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van
niescn, a' daughter.
Buford Also Takes Quota
; of Lieutenants Of
'Fresh from civil llfo, afi'il as yet
unaccustomed, to the feel of their uul
forms, a number of joting second lieu
tenants, bound for service in the Phi
Ipptncs, nro on board tho Iranspolt
Iluford. The largo demand for offi
cers this ear, and tho comparatively
small number of West Point gradu
ates and "rankers," has resulted In
tho appointment of nn unusual num
ber of civilians to office In the army.
Tho new officers nrc receiving
their first experience of Army llfo on
board the transport, learning ns much
as they can about the ways of llio
service before they reach the Philip
pines, where they will he distributed
among the commands to which they
hnvo been assigned, .
The Iluford nlso carries sovcral lieu
tennnts of Philippines Scouts to the
Islands. Thcso arc all non-commissioned
officers of the regular service
who tmc demonstrated their fitness
for commissioned rank.
Tho officers of Scouts nro a partic
ularly trim-looking bunch of oung
officers, nnd all show the effects o
the rigid course of drill and setting
up exercises through which they
were put while serving as enlisted
men In Unci cSnm's standing Army.
Many of them are oung men who en
listed in tho Army In the hope of se
curing commissions nnd they wenr
their uniforms In as jaunty n man
ner as did ever a joutbful "sub"
fresh from "The, Point."
None of tho now officers nro West
Pointers, the entire grndunting cln.-s
of this cnr having been assigned If
commands months ago.
rrhe ranking officer on board tin
Iluford Is Lieut. Col. Drcchcmln,
Medical Corps, U. S. A. In addition
to Dr. llrechemin, there nro several
other members ot the medical corpft
and several contract.surgcons among
the cabin passengers.
Among the enlisted men on the
iluford arc many casuals being sent
out trt recruit regiments on service
In the Philippines, There' are nj
complete organizations on board.
The trip of the Buford was made
without Incident. Good weather was
experienced most of the way, though
head winds made progress soroownai
slow at times. The Iluford Is under
the command of Captain 'William II.
Tobln, Artillery Corps.
JOCKEY BRINGS RACE
HORSES FOR HUO MEET
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Our display of Useful and
- therefore Acceptable
Is Now Complete
Get your Coupons for the
Doll's House Contest
Ready for Display Today
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U'l -v. .
Make selection now we will deliver at Christmas time
Jockey D. Kcrrelruar.rvcd on tho
S. S. Columbian with ten head of
mules to bo delivered to Mr. Schu
mnn. He aleo brought two thorough
bred horses of his own to raco on
the Hllo track on New Ycar'B Day.
Ono of tho horses la to Jump the
hurdles. The names of tho horses
are Uueis-It-Kight, a 3-year-old, and
Guess-Coming, a n-ycar-old. Hoth
m rived In fine condition.
GIANTS DEFEAT ALA MOANAS
Tho Young Ala Moanas wcro defeat
ed jestcrday by tho (Hants, tho score
being 12 to 9. The losers havo pro
tested tho game, claiming that their
opponents had players, on their team
who wero not qualified to play in such
n contest. Tho (Hants and Dullctiiu
aro now tied for first place.
AALAS ARE NOW LEASINO
The Aulas defeated tho Chinese, Alo
has by a score of 7 to 4 estcrdny
morning, thereby slipping to tho hepd
of tho percentage column Jr! tho Riv
erside Junior League. Tho A alas and
Alohas were tied for first place.
CHANCE AND MURPHY HAVE
PATCHED UP THEIR QUARREL
HOPP &. CO
Lewers & Cooke Building, ,
CHICAGO, III., Doc. 1. -J Presi
dent Murphy of the Cubs Is satisfied
his quarrel with Manager Chance Is
patched up and that the peerless
leader of tho world's champjons wl'l
be back In Chicago to pilot tho men
on their training tour to the South
In the spring.
mr. Murpny saiu yegieruny no nun.
heurd vfrom th manager through a,
mutual friend ami that Chance wrote.
of his plans for 1009 just as It noth
ing had happened.
President Johnson ot the Ameri
can League announced yesterday tbaj
the price for tickets to tho world's
sorles games next year would cet-
tulnly be cut In, two. He said .the
National Commission had como to (tho
conclusion "that 'It (was; 'Dot Jus tp
the fans, Wu had paid tnelr K"a
money to'see the clubs battle through
the icgulnr campaign, to "soak them
big prices" for the series at the sea
Tht Wtakly Edition of th Evenmg
Bulletin Qjvti a complett summsry of
the newt of th day.
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Never before have We made such a handsome display of
Enameled Iron Beds
AS WE ARE SHOWING AT PRESENT.
'Every one is far removed from the commonplace. Tho
designs are differenj; the values are different, and our service is
different than you will find in the ordinary store.
To show you how different and better our values are, we ask
that you take note of the following prices:
It has large pillars, bent top tubes, brass spindles and both
bent and straight filling rods. The height of head is Oft. 2in., and
is enameled in white, blue, or green.
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