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I'rom San Francisco! '
l.uiiin Jan. li
For Snn Francisco!
Oil"! AlHrn Ihii. IS
AiirniiRl I'oli. o
Broaden the channel of your bus
iness. Do not be content to remain
in a rut. The public has constant and
changing needs, and will turn to the
merchant who frankly tells them of
his capacity to satisfy them. The
nubhc reads the BULLETIN.
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NOTHING MAKES BUSINESS SO QUIET AS A. LULL UlrfDYERTISING
VOL, XI. NO. 4209,
3 0 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1000. 10 PAD
PRICE 5 CENTS.
GOVERNOR EXPECTS FAVORS FOR HAWAII
ADVANCE GUARD OF SCIENCE CONGRESS
ALIENS MAY NOT
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan, 10. The bill to prohibit aliens from
owning land in the State of California has been favorably reported to
Hains Free! Venezuela
FLUSHING, L. I., N. Y., Jan. 15.
Thornton Hains, brother of Capt.
Hains, who shot Editor Annis. was
today acquitted of the murder chnige
placed against him as accessory to
the killing of Annis.
HE GETS 15 YEARS
WAYNESBURG, Pa.. Jan, 15. J.
B. Rinchart, cashier of the Farmers
nml Drovers' National Bank, was con
victed today of wrecking the institu
tion. He was sentenced to fifteen
years in prison.
CALIFORNIA IS FLOODED
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 15.
Floods continue throughout the
State. Several bridges aud dams
have been washed out and traffic is
"I don't fiim In nrguo wllh Dr.
Ateheiloy. I bellcio lu Ih a p.irunn
inc. ami Ih, thcrefote, not iiinuiialilo
Tills was tliu stntr-iiiont with which
Dr. Sinclair, llio main witness today
In tliu Atclicilcy case. tried In hcail
off a Hood of questions uivcilng
Hoard of Health history, hullilcluti
tlmiH, nml argument on uietllciil mut
ters with which Dr. Atclicilcy pounc
ed on him on crovM. examination.
Sinclair testined nt great length.
I'lirlli ularly on tho rousouH for IiIh
inucluslnu that Atchoiloy Ik ii para
noial', hut when Atchcrlcy liluiHcIf
btgnn to louiluct till) examination
this di iflcd far alleld, and when tin
ally tho fnnuniH lepinsy euro iharl
was inoduied, anil tliu witness was
asked to piovo that tho Atiheilcy
ruin, or, lather, method of the lemnv
al of the clinical symptoms of tho
dlsc.it-c, iih Alehiilley prefers m call
II, the t'oiiit Interfered, mid ordered
dial tho iiicstlon ho liiuughl dote,
to the Issue.
-Bejtmin" C-.-iru wA C!t
Corner of Fort
i'JKs vSW 1
WASHINGTON, D, C, Jan. 15.
The Venezuelan Government and the
United States l'ac come to an agree
ment on a basis for the settlement of
the difficulties existing between them.
The negotiations were carried on by
3 JURORS FOR PAT
I SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 15.
Three jurors for the trial of Patrick
Calhoun have been passed temporar
GERMAN FIRED ON
BERLIN, Germany, Jan. 15. A
customs boat of the Republic of Li
beria lire J on a German steamer oil
the coast of Liberia.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185.
During tho fnronoqii tho prosccu
lion closed Its case, ami the ilofonso
hcKan, Its Hint witness lielliK Sinter
Allieillna. Thill tho defense will ho
a lengthy one is shown liy tliu stale
incut inailo ty Attorney Mngnon that
tho testimony aff)r. "Atchorloy nlunu
! would take over n day.
Dr. Sinclair wns the llrst witness
1 1 ailed, lie stated that ho had Known
Di. Atclicilcy since 1 Still, and hail
made an examination ot him last
"What Is jour opinion of Dr. Ateh.
eiley as In hls'saiilty or 'Insanity'!"
. nMod Cuthc.irt.
I "I'liini (he eMiiiilnatlon I niailn last
Monday I would say ho was stilTciliig
fioni a fiiiui of disease, iiaiiinoia."
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Liiii Jim phj tTiitiii.'i jimiiiii; piiii-
, tj louiilrcs his rcatialnt:"
"I tliluk It does."
This ended tho illicct examination
and .Miignnn began his cinss-oxutulnu-lion
hy nsl.lng Sinclair If he hnd
eer Known or lead of n ruse similar
tu Unit of Dr. Atcherloy?"
I (Continued on Page 3)
Most Men Say
that an ALFRED BEN
JAMIN ready mndo
suit is "good enough
for anybody," if he gets
the right style nnd size.
But for the man' o(
"odd size," or the man
who insists upon hav
ing his clothes made to
is the acme of Pcrfcc
tion. IF THAT
MEANS YOU, let us
take your measure for
the finest custom tail
oring house in the
world. See Our Spring
and Hotel Sts.
(iiiwrnor Piear stated this morning
that llicro would ho no nvirosity for
tho Kodernl niilhorllles In tnko ehnrgo
of the iiuiirniitlnliiK of lepers on ac
count of tho decision of tho Supremo
Court in the case of Ananielln Manna
ken. which look the power of holding
an alleged leper under arrest fioni tho
Tho Omcrnor has nitno plans for
legislative enaelineiit on this matter,
nml tho whole thing '.i" ho taken up
hy li I lit ns soon iih ho Rets settled In
tho roullno of his nlFce work again.
I ho law will prohahly ho amended, If
It Is found that tho ihToctB ran ho rem
cdled In that manner. Attorney den
oral Hi'iiiPiiwny, who returned this
morning, had nothing to say on the
matter, ns hu had not seen llio dccl
slon of tho Supremo Court
It has not been settled whether or
not Dr. Cofcr will return tn the Is
lancfH, according to th i (lovcrunr. Dr
Cofcr IS at ireseiil stud) lug ipios"llniiB
nnd metlioils of .nuarmilliiluK In tho
Southern cities, and It may ho Unit ho
will co to r.iniinui
Has Power In Regard to
Staff of County
The matter of tliu appointment of
tho majoilly of tho City and County
Clerk's staff stems, ipiHc- unexpected
ly, likely to become, an Issue between
tho .Mayor mid the Republican major
ity of tho Hoard of Hupcnlsnrs, When
the rust of tho depart ment heads sent
In llio Ilo.it d their appointments these
worn appiovcd without iUrsttoii, an
they weip, according In thn law, up
lolntablo hy tho heads Tho addition
iii appolntmcillK Hindu by tho Clerk
are, how over. In n different category,
tho Municipal Act giving (ho Clerk
the power only to appoint one deputy
rlerk, whllo Knlaiiokalanl In addition
to this has appointed n clerk, a ste
nographer nml n typewriter and iocs-
feiiRcr, sendliiR in his appointments
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Will bo our next fruit boat to
Island Fruit Co.,
in the management of es
tates, large or small? If you
are, you will find it worth
your while to call on us and
look into our methods Sec
the way we handle the de
tails. Our system is the most com
plete and thorough one that
we know of; mistakes don't
Wc shall be pleased to sec
923 FORT ST.
PRESIDENT CHAMBERLAIN OF AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF SCI-
ENCE PASSES THROUGH ON SIBERIA THINKS THIS
WILL BE CONVENTION CITY OF 1010 IS .,
ON EDUCATIONAL TOUR
Dr. T. C. Chamberlain of tho Unl-
crslty of -Chicago, tiicompanlpd hy
his son, arc through passengers on
the Siberia. I
Dr Chnmbcrlalii l Hip l'rcsldent
of tho American Association for tho
AilvmiceniPiit of Science, tho nrganl
zatli;n which Is In hold its 1910 con
vention In thin city. He has had n
busy day of It whllo In the city, but
leninliied long enough to become mi
enthusiast over the pinspoct of llo- illtlons. While In tho city tho party
nuliilii as n convention town. w-ero In thnrgn of Prank Athcrton,
"The present council of the Assn- Itcv. V. W. Dninoii, Itcv. D. Scuddcr,
clntlon has gone ns far as II can to-land A I'. Judd. They niado a hur
ward assuring tho convention for j rled auloniobllo tour of tho points of
this city," said Dr. fhnuihcrlaln to , Interest, visiting the Bishop Museum,
the II ii I I p. 1 1 n man. We have ree-1 the Kmiichnmcha Schools, ami I'unn
ommended Honolulu raiorably to thn hou.
Governor Says That
Tax Will Probably
"It Is Impossible to stato accurately
nt this time just what tariff cbuimcs
will ho mndo by Confess,' said (lov
eruor Trenr this mori'liiK. "Tho main
iiiiestlou tluit Is considered in Wash
liiKlon Is whether or not Philippine
iiKiir will bo let In free. If It Is tho
amount will probably ho limited.
"Thcro Is u fair prospect for n duty
en cnflco, this not hi much for thn pur
joso of protecting tho colteo Interests
of Hawaii nnd Porto Ulco as to raise
lovenuo. As to a duty on pineapples
It Is hard to say aiiylhliiK on this mat
ter yet. Dole argued With Homo of tho
leoplo there on this matter
NO DISCREPANCIES IN
tt Through tho most HcnichlnR V
tt examination of tliu hooks of .lack tt
tt Htnyton, assistant posluins'cr, It St
tt has been found that, Inst' ad of tt
tt his belli); short In Ills accounts, tt
tt ns ii mutter of fart tho ball nco tt
tt was on tliu other hand, and it has tt
tt been shown that Ilia government it
tt Is In debt to him, Mr. Htayton tt
tt litis maintained since his ur est it
tt on clinrKo of opuiiliiK ulllclal St
tt mall that his accountn uero tt
tt straight, mid llio searching oxnm tl
tt Inatlon of Inspector Hum has tt
tt borno out his statements. Diiiiiik tt
tt tho Christmas rufli of hutducss, tt
tt It Is often tho case that postrfllrc St
tt clerks maku minor mistakes, tt
tt which sometimes loud to Biaui tt
tt chnrKcs, hut this Is not tho casu SS
it wllh Htayton. il
tt Tho fact that his accounts aro tS
SS perfectly straight, or nru: If any- tt
tt thing, In his faior, Inasmuch us tt
tt tho government Is shown to bo in ii
it debt In him, Is good news to it
tt Ktnyton's many friends l'i the St
tt city. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt ti ts ss tt tt ss st si tt n tt
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW I0T JUST 2E0EIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
next louncll nml while, of course, wn
cannot guarantee their action for n
jcar mid a half nheail, the prospect
for Honolulu Is favorable."
.Mr. Chamberlain l traveling
mound the world, mid after leaving
the Orient will proceed by way of SI
berli In Hurnpo, mu home. Iln nml
his mn are the members of n com
mission sent out by tho University
of Chicago to study pdiicatlnunl con-
PEARL HARBOR WORK
TO BEGIN AT ONCE
Of Plans For
Work will begin under the Pearl
Harbor dredging contract about tho
1st uf lVbriinry. Walter Dillingham
of the Hawaiian Dredging Company
returned fioni Washington this morn
lug nn tho Bllmrln, hnvlng completed
nil of tliu prclli.ilnur) arrangements
necessary In order to tummenco
"Tho contract wns signed on De
cember LM," said Dillingham this
morning. "It contemplates tho ex
penditure of between $3,01)0,000 anil
t!,fi00,00tl. Tonus for n modifica
tion of tho dredging specifications
have been agreed upon between tho
Secretary of tho Nnvy and tho lln
wnllmi Dredging Company, so should
(Continued on Page 2)
.Inhn A. Palmer has been appointed
deputy tux assessor nnd collector for
tho district of Honolulu. Tho appoint
ment was made known this morning.
25c, 35c, 50c, and 75c.
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ CAFE.
WE DO THE
because we have the boys who realize
the value of Time, We should have
A Little of Yours.
SERVICE. PHONE 301.
"J I '
-'JIM HAM' LEWI
ONLY DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSMAN FROM WEST WHO VOTED
"AYE" ON ANNEXTATI0N OF HAWAII TELLS WHAT HE
THINKS OF THIS PLACE BOOSTER OF
"I liaM) adiocated the abandonment of the Philippines us belli!;
outside of our sphvio and likely to Inwihe iih In trouble with tho
Orient. I bclleiu that the money that would thus be saved should
ho expended In making Hawaii Into n military mid nawil stronghold
which Mould bo tn America what Rlbritltur Is in llrllulii
"I aihocale us largo a tuny nr Is uecessnrv nml as small u stand
ing nrmy us prnctlciblo.
"I believe Hint Congress klinuli' authorize I Ian all In build a inn
nlclp.il lino of steamers to tun between tho different Islands, Issuing
bonds for the purisiso.
"I bcllovo Hint an Income tax should bo levied on great for
tunes, and Hint tho money so derived should he used to build a lino
of goiornment-owned steamers which would ply between tho main
land mid the Islands
"I believe that Hawaii should ho looked ukii Ii) tho federal gov
ernment as tliu western outpost of the United States"
James llamlltur Lcls to a n u 1 1 1 1 n lteportcr.
Tho only Democratic congressman . Lewis this morning wjs the Hull 2
from the Pnclflc Coast who witcdltln reporter. Tho snldler-lnwyor-"ao"
when tho question of annexing I "Internum hud not completed dressln;
tho Hawaiian Islands was brought, up; when the reporter banged nt his door.
In tho House, ono ot tho firmest a!o
catcK of tho fortification of Hnwnll.innd
one nt tho firmest believers In tho com
ing commercial nnd agricultural grc.it
Cess of Hawaii, Is Colonel James Ham
pton Lewis, otherwise known nit "Jim
Ham" I-owls, who arrived hero nn tho
Siberia this morning.
Colonel lonls Is headed for tliu Phil
ippines, but ho took ndvnntago of thn
opportunity tn pay Honolulu n flying
visit today and on his return trip ho
promises himself tho plcasuru of stop
ping over hero for n mora extended
Tho first Honolulu man tn grout Col
To Extend Reclamation
Service To Hawaii
A hill tn extend the reclamation
service of tho United Slntes Clmorii
incnt to Hawaii has hren Intrnduccd
In the Congress, or was to hnvo been
Introduced shortly after (Imernor
Krear left Washington This Is tho
result of tho visit of Chief of thn
Reclamation Service Newell to thesu
Senator Perkins was tn hnvo Intrn
duccd the hill In tho Ronnie, whllo
Kiihlo wns tn bring it up beforu tho
Houso of Representatives, (iovcrnor
l'rcnr, who returned this morning nn
tho Siberia, feels greatly pleased with
tho result of tho work that has been
iircuinpllshcd In this respect, mid ho
lj especlnlly grntlflcd with tho very
gicat Interest that Director Kinvell Is
taking In thn Islands
"Ono nt tho best things that ever
happened to Hnnnll was tho visit ot
If ' I l nu
If It's Comfort
AND EASE YOU'RE AFTER,
And if you do lots of walking,
Try a pair of our
' Russia Tan Calf,
You'll Find Them Just The Thing.
No. 409. PRICE, $4.50. ,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.
A Genial Personality.
Tho II ii I let I ii man Tell u llltlo
shaky ns ho knocked at llio stateroom
door of "Jliu limn," and he would hau
turned nnd run for two cents. Thcro
was n cheery "hello" In rcsouso to hM
knock, however, mid an Instant Liter
u Jolly fnco with reil whiskers nn t
mulling och was sikcd through an
opening between tho door mid llio Jam.
"Hxcuso mo for hotticiing you nt
thin hour, hut I am it newspaper num."
began tho Iliilletlu chap ly way of ex
planation. "(Had to see sou Don't aiologlz .
Mr Newell here," said tho Unvprnor
this morning, "Ho not only Is doing:
everything In his power for in
through IiIh own department, but ho
Is going out of his way tn inaho sug
gestions as to the best manner of
handling things relative to Hawaii tn,
tho other departments, it was
through his work to u great extent
Unit lldrngrnplior I.elghton will hu
si nt hero tn ui.iho n survey ot tho
Islands This wns hccurvd In u
rouud-iihout manner, tho npproprla
Hon not providing for any net on I im
plication of money hero. The Ily
ilrngraphcr will bo t-ci'.t, however, ho
emiso of tho value that his results
hero will bo to tho department.
"Newell has nlsii got his statisti
cian, or what Is practically nn nd
Mrtlslng man, booming Hawaii. Ho
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