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iness. Do not be content to remain
LiirJIno Jan, 11
For San Francisco:
in a rut. The public has constant ami
ciilc Muni Jan. IS
changing needs, and will turn to the
merchant who frankly tells them of
his capacity to satisfy them. The
imblie reads the BULLETIN.
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NOTHING MAKES BUSINESS SO QUIET AS A LULL IN ADVERTISING
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VOL. XI. NO. 4207.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF 'HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1009. 10 PAGES.
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LO WELL foi HARVARD
BOSTON, Mass.. Jan. 13. Prof. Abbott Lowell has been elected prcs
ident of Harvard College to succeed the venerable President Eliot, re
signed. "Willi's Wlio" gives U10 following: Aliliott 1., Lowell was liorn In
lloston December 13, ISfifi. 'uml'vra'i educated in tliu Hnrvuid College,
graduating In 1ST. lie then enter ed Mid graduated from tlio Harvard
l.iiw School la 1SS0, practiced law in lloston, 1S80-07; lectin er nt Har
vard, lSfi"-9; piofcssor science of government, Harvard, 1900; trusteo
(if the Lowell Institute of lloston, 19 00. Author: Kssajn on (lovcrnment,
1S80 I1G; (lovcrumcnts nnil Parties in Continental Hurope, 189C HG; Co
le nlnl CIM1 Servhe (with l'rof 11. Morse Stephens), 1900 Ml, nnd (with
Jtiilgn Kinmls C Lowell) Tiansfor of Stock In CorpointlonB, 1881 Lfi;
The liillneiiic of Party t'pon Legislation In Kuglnnd and America, 1902.
All 1 B 4 NK DYNAMITED
III M 1 1 1 llJl I V I0S ANGELES, Calif., Jan. 13.
IVII iDBIliBlHI The Burbank State Bank was dyna-
W WMIWIV mited todav and $300. taken.
For Calhoun Mr. Baldwin
THOUSAND TROOPS COME
TO AUGMENT GARRISON
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Jan. 13.
The work of securing n jury to try
Piesident Calhoun of the United Rail
ways for bribery bean today. No
jurors were accented.
QUAKES AND PANIC
ROME, Italy, Jan. 13. Slight
shocks of earthquake were felt this
morning in Lombardy, Venitia,.and
Tuscany. The severest shock was
near Venice. No damage was done
but the people were panic-stricken
in the center of Saxony.
SURF, Calif., Jan. 13. The lum
bcr steamer Sybil Marston is ashore
here. Two of the crew arc lost.
II ', llnldwlti underwent nn oper
itlon for nppcndlctli at his homo at
I'mincne, Maul, this morning.
A wlicletm telegram received this
noon Btated th.it the physicians found
a ery seriously lullanicd condition
and there win no doubt that the op
ei.itlon wns tlmoly action tn ward
against worso results, Mr, llaldwln's
(ondltlon Is ns favorable ns could he
expected. His friends were very
lunch worried scstcrdny afternoon,
hut they nutlclp.ito that tha opera
tloa will put him speedily on the
load to rocovery. "
JJ- BULLETIN ADS PAY -fl
KUHIO WRITES ON
Nearly 1000 troops arrived hero thU
morning to augment the Deriminent
military garrison. Tho first and third
squadrons of thu lTfth United Status
Cavalry, numbering 499 omcom and
men, were the first to arrhe; a coiiplu
of hours later four full companies of
tho United States Marino Corps, mini
bet lug Hn onicers mid men reached
Tho cavalrymen worn brought by thu
United States Army transport Thom
as; thu muilncH enmo on thu U. S, S
Tho arrival of tho largo force marks
tho beginning of tho great Increase In
garrison which tho War und Nay Do.
partments Intend making here. Per
mancnt quarters nro being prepared
for all of tho Hohllory, and' by thu end
of tho wick tho nuw arrivals will bu
tlrinly cstubllshud in their quarters.
Nearly One Thousand.
Tho total commissioned and cnllstu 1
force, which arrived this morning
lumbers 939. Added to the Army and
Marino Corps garrison already hcru
0110 full battalion of Infantry, 0110 com
puny of engineers nnd onu company
of tho marines tho new arrivals make
thu garrison onu of thu most Import'
nut, In point of size, In thu cntlro Unit
Thu Marines will be stationed nt Ka
nkukiil. Just mukul from Camp Very,
tho present marine encampment. Thu
tioopcrs will go to Lellehua, the new
cavalry cantonment Just completed by
Captain Castner, uiaiikn of I'earl Har
bor. Battalion Post.
With tho niilval of tho marine rein
forcements, Camp Very ceases to ex
ist as a one company pout, and will bo
t -t- i---f f-f-t
MANY BIDDERS FOR
PEARL HARBOR DOCK
IMItor K v e 11 I 11 g II u I I o 1 1 11 :
Referring to leient newspaper men
tion of icrtalu civil hervleu nppolnt
inentH available for Hawaii, I wish to
ninke the following statement for the
lnfoinintlou o'f those who may ho lu
te icsted lu such positions:
A limited number of civil hervlco
appointments can be secured for bona
fldo citizens of tho United States, hav
ing their legal residence lu Hawaii,
in. viu ancles occur fiom time to time;
most of thebn positions pay only from
$71!(l to $10110 per year to begin;
occasional positions paying from Jl.
iOtl to $1400 are available but these
111 0 exceptional. As a rule, promotion
in thu ihll servlco is ery gradual
and It icqulies soveral jeurs to work
lip to a salaiy of $1800 to (2000.
I It should bu clearly understood
that theso positions are all filled
through the Civil Servlco Commis
sion, und I inn do nothing whutcver
tiiwald seem lug any one u position
until bu has passed with piopcr cred
it a icgular civil servlco examination,
' (Continued on Page 2)
"JlknJOT.Cn" C3.nt.-y, j., 0i.!r
Most Men Say
that an ALFRED BEN
JAMIN ready mode
suit is "good enough
for anybody,"' if he gets
the right style and size.
But for the man of
"odd she," 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 tho
world. See Our Spring
JJ Washington, Jnn. 2. There nro tt
it oldcnces that there will bo keen t!
tt competition for tho contract for K
S tho constiuctloli of tho big con- tt
St crete drydock nt thu naval sta- SS
it tlon at I'eail Harbor Tho Korean H
tt of Yards und Docks Is lu receipt tt
tt of applications for plans and tt
tt specifications fiom twenty-four tt
tt prospective bidders. Proposals tt
tt will bo opened on rebruary 13. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ft tt tt tt tt U tt H
25c., 35c, 50c., and 75c.
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE.
in the management of es
tates, large or small T If you
are, 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
we know of; mistakes don't
We shall be pleased to see
merged Into the enlarged battalion en
Honolulu now can boast one of the
largest Marine Corps garrisons In the
United Status. Not only are there four
full companies here, but each company 1
huh iih iiiiuiiL-u iiiive uuieurs -uu ".
n..,il lrit.nl a Int.. flf nffnlru It, tttl ,l,,,,.'
try, where all lininclici of the service
tiro woefully short handed ns fur us
ronimlsslouud force Is concerned.
Though the l'lfth Cavalry Is not as
well off as the Marine llatlallon, as
far ns oincers are concerned, tho
two squadrons nro lu far better condi
tion in that respect than they huvu
been In times pasL All of the troops
have two officers, nnd somo havu their
Many Bring Families.
Thu enlarged garrison means a de
cided Increase lu population for Hono
lulu Fourteen of thu oincers and
eighteen of tho .enlisted men 'of the
cuvuli) nro accompanied by their fam
ilies, while later transports will bring
wives nud children who were unable
to get ready In time to sail with the
LEILEHUA POST WILL BE
Tho cavalrymen will probably bo
Bent out to Lellehua tomorrow Col-
end Schuyler, tho commanding officer,
this morning Issued orders to tho ef
fect that tho men should remain on
board tho transjKirt tonight, snnio lit
tlo tlmo being needed to arrange for
their transfer to their new nost. It
It. probable that an early stnrt may be
miido tomorrow morning, however.
With the exception of tho stables,
ine i.cuenim cantonment Is In com
pletu leadlncss to receive tho cavalry'
men. Corrals have, been erected for
tho horses, so that tho animals will
not suffer any discomfort pending tho
completion of their permanent homes.
Tho onicers und men will llvo under
canvas for some tlmo to comu, it be
ing thu Intention to keep them lu tents
until tho completion of thu permanent
All of tho tents have been floored,
Btreets hnvo been laid out, and tho post
Is practically a canvas city.
Equipment Is On the Ground.
With tho exception of the personal
equipment of tho troopers, everything
has already been sent out to Lellehua.
All of thu heavy supplies, Issued by tho
quartermaster, uro on tho ground, and
quartermaster's teams will ho put to
work this afternoon getting out tha
equlpmcntbrouKht on tho Thomas.
It will bo necessary to transfer thu
equipment from thu transport to the O.
It. & U stntlon by wagon. At tho sta
tion It will bo loaded on hoard train
and shipped to Lellehua. There It will
WILL LOOK OVER HIS
II, St. Guar, partner of tho well
known firm of I'ollltz & Company of
San Francisco, Is In town, having ar
rived this morning In the Matson liner
Lurllno. Ho comes here to look after
his Intel ost In tho I'nauhau, llutclilu
ton and tho Hawaiian Commercial and
Mr. St. Goar Is ono of tho best known
business men along tho Pacific Coast.
Ho Is connected with n number of
largo business lioiifes In San Fran
cisco and other cities. He Is stalng
at tho Young hotel, Whllo hero, It Is
expected that ho will visit tho other
Iclaud, on business and pleasuru.
again bo loaded onto wagons and con
veyed to thu cantonment.
Schuyler In Command.
Tho lellehua cantonment will bo und
ir tho command of Colonel Walter S.
Schuyler, commanding officer of tho
Fifty Cavalry. Colonel Schuyler Is ono
of thu most distinguished cavalry offi
cers In the Army, und has a record not
filly for efficiency, but for personal
bravery In action as well.
Ills military cureer nut only Includes
honorable and distinguished services
In thu war against Spain, but 11 fine,
lecord In Indian lighting as well Ills
ten Ice blousu Is ornamented with n
long string of servlco ribbons, and It
Is generally considered that his long
service in the Army, and his wldo ox-
lierlence under varying conditions,
make him thu best possible officer to
command an Important garrison llko
that at Lellehua.
Captain Castner has gotten Lellehua
Into readiness for Its garrison lu rec
ord time and, though he has been very
quiet about his work, ho has been
steadily at work since his arrival here.
It is doubtful If any two-squadron can
tonment was ever built and equipped
10 satisfactorily In so short 11 sp.ico of
Tomorrow tho present garrison of
workmen and mechnnlcs-wlll lie routed
out, nnd the soldiery will replace them.
Tho strains of tho cavalry bughTwIll
mark off thu day's roiitlno, while tho
fertile plateau will afford grazing
ground for S00 cavalry horses.
A Complete City.
Lellchun will bo as complcto a city
ns any In the country. Thcro will ho
everything needed to supply Its in
habitants, not only with tho necessi
ties, but with the comforts of life.
There will bo nu administration such
ns no city under municipal government
can boast. Tho Mayor will bo thu Col
(Continued on Pae 4)
THE SEASIDE HOTEL
A danco In honor of tho officers and
Indies of tho Transport Thomas will
bo given this evening at tho Seasldu
hotel. A special dinner will also bu
sorved. Music for both dlnucr nod
dancing supplied by thu Knal Glee
CluTi. Fifth Cavalry llund will play
fiom C:30 till 8.
ATCHERLEY ACCUSES DR. WAYS ON IN COURT OF INSULTING HIM.
TAKINO OF DRUGS, PINKHAM TROUBLES, AND BOARD
OF HEALTH ACTIONi ARE DRAUOED INTO
Dr. Atcherlcy's drug-taking, fan
cied Insults by Dr. Wu)son, alleged
lies by l'lnkhnm, voices from thu
Bcwer, pistol shots, und Hoard of
Health ancient history nd nauseam
was the hulk of thu testimony taken
lu the Police CourX this morning,
when the enso of Dr. John Atcheriey
of Wullach leper-cure fame cninu up.
Atcheriey has, since he II red 11 bunch
of shots at Dr. Vii son's house last
Sunday morning, been declared In
sana by Drs. Kmerson nnd Sinclair,
and the hearing this morning was to
decldu us to whether ho should bu
ccmmlttcd to tho Insane Asyjum or
The most Interesting feature of
the iase was that J)r. .Atcheriey took,
a prominent part in the cross-exnmi-natlon
of tha witnesses, especially of
Dr. Wayson, and this brought forth
n mass of Hoard of Health matters,
on which Atcheriey bnsed his fancied
wiungs. Atcherlcy's questions were
clear and conilsa In form, nnd his
counsel, J. A. Mngoon, was apparent
ly quite sutlslled to have him take
tho matter out of his hands.
A large crowd had gathered to
hear the case. Dr Atcheriey was
biought from below und was seated
at a table with Attorneys Thompson
"This case," said Thompson, "wan
continued until toduy for two re.i
soiih (list hecauso I wished to Und
out If Dr. or Mrs. Aecherloy could
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 12.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 3.75
cents or $75, per ton. Previous quo
tation, 3.73 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 2 l-4d.
Parity, 4.15 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s. 1 l-2d.
Will be our next fruit boat to
Island Fruit Co.,
WE DO THE
because we have the boys who realize
the value of Time. We should have
A Little of Your.
pay mo mj fee, and secondly hecauso
1 wished tn llnd out the facts of the
mhu. 1 now with to withdraw be
cnuso Mr. Magoon will do for nothing
what 1 would do only for compensa
tion." Magoon asked that nil witnesses
be excluded from the court room,
"If .Mrs. Atcheriey Is to bu 11 wit
ikss, she will have to bo excluded
oIki," mild thu Court.
Magoon answered that ho did 1101
Intend to cull her, though lie might
Inter llnd it necessary to do so. H
did not wish hpr to withdraw, nnd
the questlun an to whether she could
ttstlfy or not could bu thrashed out.
If ft should tome up. Cnthcart said
lu wjuihl raK noubjectlu'n, and Mm.
Atcheriey wit's allowed to remain.
lllcyclo I'atrolmuu Mauley Ander
son was tho first witness called by tho
pmsccutlon. lie suld that last Sun
day morning Jiejitard n report of a
revolver, nnd, on; going to Investi
gate, found .Dr'JdiOrley nutsido Dr.
Wu) soli's house tiring- lit It.
"I phiied" Jihn, under nrrcst." said
Anderson, "und Wsald that his nam
was Dr Atcheriey Dr. Wayson, h
said, had been calling htm nnmes an i
that was why ho wns shooting. II
kept repenting this."
The ruvolvcr wns offered In evi
dence Andeifou was subjected to a leng
thy ucsa-oxnmlnntlnu by MagooL
(Continued on Page 3)
Would Abolish Court
For Land Registration
Judgo Weaver of tho Land Court
has lu his report to Chief Justico Hart
well recommended that thu duties of
thu Court of Land Registration bu
transferred to n Judgo of tho Circuit
Court. Ho sayH as follows:
"Another matter of amendment of
greater importance, I recommend, not
ob an improvement lu thu working of
thu act, but as a measure of economy.
"Thu experience clsuwhcro is Hint
better and quicker results nro had
1 1 0111 a scparato court which wo havo
adopted hero. So far as I havo been
nblo to learn, whenever tho ordinary
courts havo nnd this work added to
their duties, it has been because, of tho
constitutional limitations on tho power
to create now courts.
lly giving thu duties or tho Judgo of
tho Court of Land Registration to ono
of thu threo Judges of tho Circuit Court
of tho Klrst Circuit, and making tin
clerk of his court tho Registrar of th
i Land Court, salurlcs of a speclul Jtidg
and clerk will bu cut out Judglu
I from past experience, by cutting mi'
thcbo snlarlcH and reducing slight!)
thu feu allowed to examiners of tltlei
tho court can bo, run at no expenso to
I tho Government. The costs deposited
urn! turned Into the Treasury will bal-
ence tho nmiuuit drawn. Thu policy of
paying out 11 s.ilart for part nt hlit
tlmu to n Judgu or .1 separate court It
not apt to Induce experienced nttoi
l.ejs to ni-iept the position, Tho prcs-
cut Judge of the Court has felt the,
duty to muliiiiilu tho Land Registration
I Act until 1' had proved Its usurulneti
and iiiuctlcabillty It tins now done so
1 (Continued on Page 3)
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Chairs, Bookers, and Tables
NEW I0T JUST RECEIVED.
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", j, (LEWERS & COOKE BLDO.)
A Shoe for
NO RUBBERS NEEDED.
This new boot, the latest addition
to onr 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 vici kid has a double
sole, broad toe, and low heel.
It has a distinctive style, and is
altogether a (jood-lookinsr, sensible
shoe. No. 523, Price $5.00.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.
023 FORT ST.
The Kash Co., JLtd.,
Cornei of Fort and Hotel Sts.