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Chljo .Man Jan. IS
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Moann Feb. 3
NOTHING MAKES BUSINESS SO QUIET AS A LULL IN ADVERTISING
ANY OLD FURNITURE you don't
need advertise it for sale in tho
Bulletin. There is always some
i one looking for such things. There
is no better way to rcacn tnem man
by a B u 1 1 c t i n Want Ad.
VOL. XI. NO. 4200.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ILLEGAL ACTS CHARGED AGAINST PRESIDENT
CAVALRY HORSES ARRIVE; TROOPS NEAR
Public Works Dept.
In Need of $1,416,000
Tho estimates (if tho (citul loan op
proprlatlou which will lie asked from
I lie l-cglslatuie for lio Department
nf Public Works huo reached thu
mini of (1, 11C, 000.
Tills Is tho complete huiu that Su
perintendent of Public WorkH Mum
ton Caiiiil)cll will ask for IiIh depart
ment, though ho slates that It thn
water works of this rlty woro under
tho loiitiol of thu illy anil umiity
goicrntnont, n much larger npproprl
11 1 ton would undoubtedly ho asked. In
presenting mid compiling tho cstl
luate, tho detailed cstlmato covering
tho (ompleto requirement of each
division or tho department has hcon
Canipliell nlKo Fays that If tho wa
ter works wore allowed credit for tho
water furnished to city parks, (lov
1'inment buildings, etc., they would
show an annual earning or nearly
f.in.noi). This matter may ho
brought to the attention of tho I.cg-Ulatuie.
NEW RULES FOR IBRAVE DEED OF
De Bolt and Robinson
Amend Two Rules
New rules of pioei'duio In tho Cir
cuit Courts have heen adopted, or,
lather, tho old rules havo heen amen
ded In two Inutilities. Thu utnenil
liientK read as follows:
iHilli'H of Court It Is herehy or
dered that Rule 0 of tho Rules of this
riant, dated Jauliary lid, l'.iOS, ho
pud the same Is heiuhy umunded ho
as to rend as follows:
Hulo S. DeinurreiH, I'loas and
Itepllcntlnus. To mold tturprlso and
iifrord opportunity for full argument,
demurrers shall distinctly spcclfj
tho ground upon which objections
to tin' petition, declaration or other
ide.ullliR are taken, and tho court
(Continued on Page 2)
3RD MATE ALLISON
Risked His Life Te Save
"l.lttlo acts" of hravery are con
stant I) being ilono on tha waterfront
where tho big cargoes and tho big
ships am being handled, Probably
II Is because personal hravery nnd
rltlv of life Is an ovcry-day detail of
life with tha seafaring man that so
many Instances pass almost unnotic
ed. A native longshoreman, whoso
name Is not known, has to thank
Third Male Allison of tho frc'lghter
Alaskan that ho Is allvo today. And
Allison ilsl.cd his own life to savo n
Thn Hawaiian went to work In tho
hold of tho Alaskan wlillo very much
(Continued on Page 2)
Virginian Pitches About
In Heavy Kona
"The toughest trip that I over exper
leiiced," Is the way that Captain I. In
coin A. Colcoiil of t:io Virginian this
morning chnriirtcilzcd the trip of his
ship. Just completed. From thu tlmo
thu big Aiuoilciiii-lluwiillim tielgliUT
(Continued on Page 2)
IN GOOD SHAPE
But Two Horses Die On
Four humlied and nlnety-slx horses
Inn mules, and ton dogs, belonging
to tho First and Third Squadrons of
tho Fifth United States Cavalry, woro
biimght In this morning on tho Amor-knu-IIawallau
(Continued on Page 2)
Wife Has Difficulty In
Finding Lawyer To
Dr. Atchorlcy, who last Sunday
morning fired a number of revolver
hhots into Dr. Wn) son's house, ap
peared In thu l'ollcu Court this morn
ing fur an examination as to his san
ity, ho having been declared Insane
cstordny hy Dr. F.meison. Atcherloy I
was In court only a few minutes, after
which hu was taken hack to his cell,'
and tho proceedings taken went on
wlillo hu was alment. I
Mrs. Atcherloy, who Is pOBltlvu that
that her hushand Is absolutely sane, Is
doing nil kIiu can to prevent his being
committed to thu Insane Asylum, hut
Is meeting with considerable, difficulty
lu (hiding legal counsel to assist, somo
of tho attorneys feeling that tho doctor
Is hotter off committed than If hu has
to faco n criminal charge. Shu ap
proached lu turn Attorneys Magoon,
Watson, I.lghtfoot and A nh ford, tho
two latter being present in court this
morning, hut nnnu of these lawyers
would do more than promise to sco to
It thnt thu doctor was given every
show provided for hy tho law, Nnnu
of them appeared willing to present a
defense, which would havo to ho based
mainly on thu story of Mrs. Atcherloy
to tho offect. that Dr. Wnysnn hy re
peated attempts to steal Dr. Atelier
ley's leprosy euro secret, brought tho
subsequent events on himself, nnd as
a consequence they did not satisfy thu
demands of Mrs. Atcherloy.
Finally Mrs. Atcherloy was given
tlmo lu which to procure another at
torney. After nliniit half an hour sho
returned to thu court room with At
torney Frank Thompson, who an
nounced that ho represented thu doc
tor Hu asked that thu matter ho con
tinued until tomorrow. City and Coun
ty Attorney Cnthcart stated that, wlillo
tho prosecution had no objection to a
cnntlnuancu, Dr. Atcherloy himself
would ho tho sufferer thereby, as ho
would hau to remain In tho lock-up,
whoro thu fncllltles afforded fop prop
or medical euro weru not ns good ua
those procurable outsldu thu prison
bars. Thompson asked tho court fur
permission to havo a phyrlclau, other
thnn Dr. I.'iuerson. to ho selected hy
thu Atclicrlpjs. attend thu doctor, and
this permission mm granted, ns well
ns tho motion for a coattnuanco of thu
caio until tomorrow forenoon.
Considerable chatmu for thn Imtli-r
Imu tul'nii i.l n fin In Din nninllllfm nf It
n tunvii ii(iu ..I . --
P. Ilahlwlii, during tho past twenty-1
four hours. A wireless was received
this morning from Knhulul, saying that
thu fever hnd gonu down rontdtlr'-rntily
nnd that thu Inflammation had'' notice
Whether or not nn operation, will lip
performed Is not known I):. .Iiidd,
who went to Knhulul yesterday! on tho
Ilcleno In rcsiMinso t- .I'wtrclc V? call,'
Is In consultation with thu lij Mclniia
there nnd either this nrternoou or to
morrow It wilt hu decided whether or
not nn opeiatlou will hae to hu under
taken. Mr Italdwlu'n fi lends feel that tho
news Is ory encouraging, though tils
agu makes his condition still u matter
of considerable worr)
Most Men Say
thit an ALFRED BEN
JAMIN ready - made
suit is ''good enough
for anybody,' jf he pets
the right style and size.
.But for the man of
"odd size," or the man
who insists upon hav
ing his clothes made to
is the acme of Perfec
tion. IF THAT
MEANS YOU, let us
take your measure for
the finest custom tail
oring house in the
world. See Our Spring
The Kasli Co., Ltd.,
Cornei' of Fort and Hotel Sts.
185 editorial rooms 250 bus!
neis office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Turkish Nougat, Cocoanut
Loaf, Almond and Hazel Nut
Fudge. :: :: :: :: :;
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE.
LIMINE CANNOT GET
IN UNTIL TOMORROW
f After battling tilth tho elements
f lu a vain effort to leacli this irt
-f on time, Captain Wooden or thu
f I.urllno was forced to give up.
Tho ship will not nrrlvo heru until
f tomorrow mornlnr
At 8:10 o'tloft this morning.
f a wireless messjigo was received -t-
from tho I.urllno's captain by
f Castle & Cooko, agents for tho -f
Million Navigation Company, Bay-
lag that ho had given up lu his
f attempt to reach hero today, but
might bo expected about day-
break tomorrow morning. Captain -f
Wooden gave bis ship's location
f- 430 miles nut from Honolulu.
Thu I.urllno Is bringing forty-
f two passengers and 2SO0 tons of -t-f
freight much of tho latter for tho
f locnl Q. M. depot. Sho brings no
mall, that baling been put on -f
f board tho transport Thomas.
- -- -
RAINS WILL HELP
NUUANU JAM WORK
Severiiy of Storm Felt
In Kohala And
The lain has done wonders up Nuu
ami valley, and ,ns n result thu sluic
ing work Is going ahead full blast to
day Contractor Whltehousu stated
this morning that thuio was enough
water In sight thero to keep the men
working for ten days or more, nnd, at
the rate tho rain has heen falling, If It
keeps up, thoy will hnvo a good oppor-.
tttnlty to practically tlnlsli, with any
kind of luck.
There was a flic-foot ralfu In tho
big reservoir this morning, and al
though tho men wont at onco put to
work sluicing, thu Tatcr had risen nn
Inch hy 10 o'clock. One Inch ralso In
that hlg reservoir moans a whole lot.
Tb men aro working In a thick haze
In Nuuanu today, tho clouds literally
swooping down and enveloping tho en
Thu districts of Kona and Kohnla
uro experiencing thu severity of tho
Kona sloun, which has been doing but
little damage here. Thu waves and
thu wind along tho coasts were so
s'rong that tho Mauna l.oa, which ar
rived this morning dared not call at'
Knwulhao and Mahukona on her return
Henry Kawuwebl, who wns elected
representative (rum Kona, Hawaii,
stated this morning that tho seas along
Kona nnd Mahukona wcriiextraorijln
arlly high and rough. Tho" landings
could not hu seen from tho stcamerv.
I "Tho sea looked funny," said Kawe-
wehl, "It looked ua if it was being
lifted from underneath. I am a ka
maalnn of tho Konas, and In all my ex
perience I never saw nnythlng like
thnt before. I heltevo thero was & vol
canlc force which caused these waves
tn rise high and mountainous. It may
bo that Madam Polo Is responsible for
nil Iheso high cens."
So far ns Honolulu li conqornod, no
reports of damage ,vcru received thlr
morning from tho outsldo districts
Tho railroad and tho Rapid Transit
tracks am uninjured. Tho telephone
mil electric equipment aro also un
in the management of es
tates, large or small? If you
arc, you Will find it worth
your while to call on us and
look into our methods See
the way we handle the de
tails. Our system is the most com
plete and thorough one that
wc know of; mistakes don't
We shall be pleased to sco
023 FORT ST.
TO TAKl CHARGE
Nuuanu Dam Work Under
Him During Absence
I.. M. Whltehouko and K. J, Urn! will
leave on tho Alameda next week for
Washington, whoro they will submit u
bid on tho construction of thu naval
docks ut Pearl Harbor. Tho job Is a
two or threo million dollar proposition,
and tho two well-known contractors
will bo right on thu ground when their
bid Is submitted and opened. Thb cum
pany, which they will roproscnt, will bo
Incorporated within tho next few days.
In thu meantime, Whltehouso's work
at Nuuanu dam will ho carried forward
by J, T. Young, the well-known engi
neer, who has been tho consulting en
gineer at tho dam for considerable
(Continued on Page 2)
Will be our next fruit boat to
Island Fruit Co.,
TRWONT THOMAS TO
ARRIVE AT DAYBREAK
At dnybrcak tomorrow tho United
Slates Army transport Thomas, bring
lug tho First and Third Squadrons of
the Fifth United States Cavalry, will
nrilvo hero A wireless message was
ncelvod from tho ship today.
Tha Thomas has encountered
rough weather slnro leaving Son
Francisco. Nevertheless sho ha been
ft. lo to niako fairly good tlmo, nnd
will reach hero sooner than sho was
expected hy local officers. Tho ship
brings mall and also. tho equipments
of tho soldiery on board.
Thero aro twenty soldiers' families
Miiong tho passengers according to
tho message received.
TAFT CHARGED BY
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 12. Senator Joseph B. Forakcr of Ohio
today charged President Roosevelt and Secretary of War Tnft with hav
ing made illegal use of public fundi to pay for private detectives. The
specifio instances he cited was in connection with the Brownsville case,
when negro soldiers were dishonorably discharged. ,
The Senate has requested a statsment of the expenditure of tho
emergency fund at the disposal of ex icutivc officers
i mm i i
CALHOUN ON TRIAL
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 11. Patrick J. Calhoutfj president of
the United Railways and one of the scial and financial leaders of the city,
was today placed on trial for bribery of the City Supervisors. .Judge
Lawlor is presiding and Frcncis J, H;nev is conducting the prosecution.
PITTSBURG. Pa., Jan. 12. President Cameron Tube of the city rail
road, has been convicted of attempting to bribe u City Councilman.
SACRAMENTO. Calif., Jan. 12. U. S. Senator George W. Perkins
was today reelected by the State Legislature.
BOISE, Idaho, Jan. 12. U. 5. S;nator was today re
CONSTANTINOPLE. Turkey. Jan. 12. The Turkish Government has
consented to accept $10,800,000. at indemnity from Austria for the an
nexation of Bosni and Hcrzcgovinn.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25S.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
WE DO THE
because we have the boys who realize
the value of Time. We should havo !'
A Little of Yours.
Hhlpplng Commissioner Almy
will liavu n busy day tomorrow.
f Tho sum of 10 cents will haio to
f bo paid to each of tho fifty-six
f troopers who camo horn on tho
Virginian In charge of tho Fifth
Cavalry horses. Tho money must
t- bo paid, and It must bo puld In tho
4- presence nf tho Shipping Com
f mlssloucr; and tho icgular doc
f uments, connected ulth tho pay-4-
lng oft of a seaman, must hu
Though thu men rcceliu their
pay from thu government, thoy
- must also bo paid hy thn com
4 pany, having been regularly ship
f ped to caro for tho stork. Tho
f Jact that their remuneration as
seamen Is small, does not,, lighten
f tho rcd-tnpo work of tho shipping
1 commissioner In thu least. Uach
, man must solemnly afllx his t.lg- f
t nature to the naners and tnku his -
10 cents. f
IN 10REI0N PORTS
Tuesday, January 12.
SAN ritANCIHCO Arrlu-d Jan, 11;
K. K. Hyudcs, from Kahulut Jan. '2,
NITItATH 1'OllT Sailed Dec. 17:
Schr. ,V. 1. (I.iriiis, for Honolulu.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SANTA llAltllAUA, UAI.
Nut re Is hereby glien that Santa,
Itarbura Whistling I limy, I'H., retried
not sounding December 30, will ho re
I lai ed by a K'rfect buoy us soon as
Hy order of iho l.lglithouso Hoard.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW I0T JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co., v
(LEWERS & COOKE BLD0.)
A Shoe for
NO RUBBERS NEEDED.
This new boot, the latest addition
to our stock, is one that will meet
the needs of the man who does lots of
walking and is troubled with partic
ularly sensitive feet.
The "CAMBRIDGE" is made of
soft black vtri kid has a double
sole, broad toe, and low heel.
It has a distinctive style, and is
altogether a good-looking, scnsiblo
shoe. No. S23, Price $5.00,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.
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