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VOL. XI. NO. 4211.
Atcherley Tells How
He Got Wallach Cure
The Atcherley ense, an Instalment
Jf which occupied almost the entire
forenoon In the l'ollco Court this
Horning, was replete with Interesting I
features lodny. Klrst, J. A. Miirooii
came out nx supporting Dr. Atcheiley
In his hellof Hint the llouril of llcnlth '
ns hounding hi in; then Mm. Xukul
nn told how she linil seen tho Atch
erley remedy work marvels on p.i-
tletitH at the Knllhl Htntlou, and tin-
ally I)r. Atcherley himself took tho'
stand and told of hnw ho cnino Into
r.nunuulit it i lin lfi 1 lo ill rnlilnil 1. '
tho rITccts of his .treatment, and of
Ills theories on tho subject of leprosy.
Atchorloy's conduct on the stnnd
lundo n Krcnt ImpreKslon In his favor
on nil those present, For the time
being the shots fired nt tho 'n)soti
house, tho sower voices, nnd tho
opiates wcro forgotten, and one list-
ited with Interest to n'n ahlo dlscus
rton liy n medical man and a scion-.
list, who expressed himself with
great lucidity nnd clearness on n sub-
.led which hns been a matter of
much controversy, namely: that of
It prosy. I
ATCIIKHLKY Intro to come
Mngoon, Atchcrley'B attorney, took
tho Btnnd In order thnt his cross-cx-j
nmlnntlon by C.ithcart might bo eon
.Mngoon stnted thnt he did not
Know of nny frelltiR of hostility on I
tho part of Atcherley against Dr.
frightful is the
Japanese Tell of Rescue
"Since wo wcro on the lonesonid
Island, I have hcRiin to know thu liv
Iiir (Sod, who helped tit out of the
"Wo had a terrible lime; but
through the klndnesit of tho captain
of tho Klaurcnco Ward wo escaped
death. " Ivlkuchl.
"Wo weio dying at tho tlmo when
wo slRhtcd tho btcamcr In tho dis
Tho nbovo statements wcro inailo
'by the three Japnnc30 who wero res
cued from HcimcH Island nnd brought
to Honolulu by Captain I'iltz of tho
rinurrnio Ward, which arrived Sat
urday afternoon. They wcro present
nt tho Japanese Consulato General
this morning paying their respect to
their Consul General and, In tho
riknjir,!n Ottr.dtrdl OiA Quit
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner of Tort and Hotel Sts.
1 2:30 EDITION
Wnyson, but ho knew that bo enlci
talncd such feelings towards thu
Hoard of Health.
"Ho felt that ho was bcliiR discrim
inated nRnlnst nnd humiliated," said
Mngoon, "nnd I shared his feelings. I
had these same feelings myself."
"On the subject of sclf-oxiiltatlon,
I want to add this to my testimony,"
said MnRoon. "Dr. Atcherley hns ncv
cr shown nny cxnltatlou. Ho hnd til-
ways been extremely modest about
his treatment. I don't remember Dr.
Atcherley saying that It was a cure,
though I Rnthcrcd from Ills expres
sions thnt ho thought It was. Tho
ono who wiib emphatic about Its bc-
Iiir a cure, who always said that It
was a Buro cure, was Mrs. Atcherley."
Dr. O. lingers testified as a spe
cialist on car diseases that he hnd ex
amined Dr. Atcherley and hnd found
thnt ho suffered from chronic middle
car disease. Ho did not think It was
On cross-examination Dr. IloRcrs
testified In detail on thu nature of
Mrs. Nnkulnn, called by MaRoon,
said Bho had known Dr. Atcherley
seven or ehht years. During tho
past fow moitha somo of her relntlves
lind been ti cited by him.
"Do jou t link Dr. Atcherley cnu
euro Icpriny?" asked Murooii.
"I hcllcvo most cmphntlcally that
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meantime, rccolvlnR Instructions as
to their future movements.
Tho ordeal through which tho un
fortunato men pnsscd wns frightful.
They had Riven up all hope of being
rescued and wcro simply waiting for
tho tlmo to die, when n ship was seen
In tho dlstnnco Into In tho afternoon.
They took their clothes and used
them ns MnR8, attaching them to long
poles In order to attract the attention
of thoso on tho ship. Then they sat
up all night, wntchiiiR with mingled
hope and despair for somo token that
their signals of distress hnd been
seen. When dawn lirnko their Joy
knew no bounds, the vessel wns head
ed toward them.
When picked up, tho men hnd very
llttlo clothing left. Captain Pill?,
had ajmpnthy Tor them anil gnc
them clothes, which they aro still
Asnnomn, the best-eduented man of
liin three, wns Riven a whlto Bull bv
ono of tho officials nt Midway. Ho Is
looking well, considering his export
ence, and Is glad to bo hero In Ho
nolulu, wheio ho will bo nblo to get
In communication with his folks nt
Ho said today that ho was a stu
dent In a musical collcgo in Tokln,
and secured a job on tho Kinho Ma
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Most Men Say
that an 'ALFRED BEN
JAMIN ready made
suit is "good enough
for anybody," if he gets
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
12 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1909. 12 PAGES.
BIG SALVAGE IN
LOCH GARVE CASE
Inter-Island Co. Given
g J ml go Dole handed down a deci
sion In tho admiralty' cases nf the Inter-Island
Steamship Company vs, tho
llrltlsh ship "Loch Clarvo," and the J.
D. Spreckels & llros. Company vs. tho
llrltlsh Ship "Loch !are" this morn
ing, awarding Bnlvngu In tho sum of
J 15,000 to tho lnter-lslrif.il Company
nnd In tho sum of Itono tr tho Spreck
els Company, with costs of Court.
Tho Loch flnrvo went nshoro on tho
southerly side of .Molokit on March
4, 1907, where Bho Inw until tho Like
like anil tho Intrepid floated her on tho
evening of Mnrch 7. DuiliiR tho In
terim, tho Inter-Island Company had
ns ninny hr flvo of Its coasting fleet
attempting to float her.
Judgo Dolo attributes tho hiicccss tit
tho operations in getting tho I-och
(larvu afloat o ntho 7lh to tho removal
of tho cnrRO of tho ship by the crow
of tho Llkcllke. Tho Judge nlso
stntcs that tho wn'k of tho bont'a crow
of tho lwulnul Is entitled to conslilera
tlon in ostlmntliiR compensation, their
hands being badly torn In tho Retting
of a wlro hawser from tho I-ocli Oarvo
to tho Inter-Island boat.
"Tho en run of tho vessel wns salt
pet re, nnd would have been, spoiled
had thu nil !p leaked to nny grrnt ex.
tent. Judgo Dolo Intlmates-'ttist the
crews of the Intcr-lslfind company'
should rccolvo their fair shnru of com
pensation. Smith & Lunis represented thu Inter-Inland
people lu tho ease, Holmes
& Stanley presented their side for
Sprockets, nnd Kinney, McClnnahnn
nnd Derby wcro proctors, for the claim
T II. I'ctrlo of Castlo & Cooke
Is tho man In charge of tho Flor- -f
nl Parndo for 1S09, -f
Mr. Pclrlo was selected by the -f
Promotion Committee and after
couslderablo urging hint taken the f
-t- tank, which Is no small one. Ho
will begin tho Rood work limned-
lately anil It Is expected thnt f
moro cars and moro elaborately
t- decorated flouts will appear In
the paratlo of February 2Znd than
r ocr before
Will be our next fruit boat to
Island Fruit Co.,
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
we know of; mistakes don't
We shall be pleased to sec
023 FORT ST.
MAKES BUSINESS SO
tleglmiliiR 8nluriln next, tho ,
Cotnpanjc. will miiliilalii n reg-
nlnr fast freight service between
f Honolulu nnd San KrnnrlvMi. Tho f
-f Pleiades will sail next Saturday
4 nnd eery twenty eight days
-f Heretofore tho Aiucrlenn-Ha-
wnlliin Company has not entered
-f tho local field beilousl). iih fnr
f ns fast freight Is concerned, not
hnvlng hnd thu ships uwtllnhlo
f for the purpose. Tho newly char-
lered Pleiades will bo used ex-
f cluslvoly for tho Honolulu San
f Francisco run and will under no
f circumstances, touch at nny olh-
f or ports. Ao regular schedulf
f will bo published nnd maintained, 4
f so that shippers will know on Just
what tlay they can expect n
f Tho Pleiades, on her next trip.
4 will tnko a largo consignment of 4
4 fresh pineapples and bananns to 4
4 tho Pacific Coast. The company 4
4 will, ns far ns sho Is concerned, 4
4 mako a specialty of fresh fruit 4
'4 nnd other destritlbbi freight 4
4 which demnuds rapid transporta- 4
4 tlon across tho water. 4
TO WAIT FOR PAY
At the meeting of tho Hoard of Hit
pervisors this evening tho pay rolls
of tho employes of tho City and
County for tho first half of tho pres
ent month will bo submitted. Whllo
tho emplojcH undoubtedly aro longing
for their pay, It Is not likely that they
will have It n their pockets for a
whllo yet, as It Is generally believed
that tho Supervisors will decline to
pass any resolutions Involving tho
disbursu of funds beforo tho appro
priation bill has pasbcd, and this can
rot come up for final pannage over tho
na or tho Mayor beforo noxt Thurs
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
THE NEW PASTRY
30c A DOZEN AT
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE.
WE DO THE
because we have the boys who realize
the value of Time. We should have
A Little of Yours,
SERVICE. PHONE 361
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
QUIET AS A LULL IN ADVERTISING
Pineapple Land 'Brings
Good Prices At
Land Commissioner Pratt held an
other ono of his famous llttlo sales of
(joiernmcnt laud this morning, ills
losing of five lots nt Pnpuken at good
.!. Ft lliiitiilrn liili.l Id III n ,i. I
. ... V . . ,
Rlnn suitable for the cilltlvntlon of
plneni.plcs, and In therefore unusually.
One of thu features of the sale thli
morning wns the bidding of Mrs. L.
M. Smith, n school teacher. She drew
lot number 24, the upset price of
which was IS83.G0, nnd thu bid which
made tho lot her own wns $1000. Tho
price wrs bid up oil her, but tdin wnr
pluck), mid received a hearty round nf
I'pplausc when tho lot was awnrdcil
Tho following were lots bold, the up
Fct prices, thu prices paid, nnd the
3 t no3.Ci)
22 1142 r.U
23 1 148 00
J 1.13.1 i: C. Winston.
2830 Mrs. L. M. .loseph
.1030 J. P. Looney
1.135 C. .1 Wheeler
toon Mrs. L. M Smith
f United States UlBtrlct Attorney -f
Urcckona wns ngaln on hand this
morning and attending tho Fed- 4
f eral Crand Jury.
One of tho first tMngi to bo
-f Investigated by thu (Iran 1 Inry
wns the agitation that has been 4
going on In connection with tho -f
to culled lllgh-wngo campaign. -f
Tho threats that have been
made aro of a nature that con- -f
tinned unbridled arc In danger of
bringing about bloodshed, The
f Urand Jury will go to Ihc bottom .
of tho wholo affair and bring tho
persons responsible to an no- 4
HUNDRED MEN PAID
OFF AT LE1LEHUA
Ono hundred laborers, who liavo
been employed on tho rough work at
Lcllchua, woro paid off this morning.
Though thore In still considerable
work to bo done out at tho post, tho
rough work has boon completed, and
those still on tho quartermaster's pay
roll aro mostly skilled mechanics.
Just how boon work will begin on
tho buildings ot tho permanent post
.Is not certain. Tho authorities aro
anxious to hnvo It completed ns soon
us It reasonably can bo but, on tho
other hand, tho regiment Is now so
well quartered that Immcdlato hasto
Is not considered necessary.
The board of officers, appointed to
chooso n location hns not made Its
final report, nnd It Is doubtful If any
authentic Information enn bo expect
ed from WnshlnRton until such tlmo
as tho report has been received nnd
digested by tho officials ot tho Wur
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jnn. 18.
New York created n sensation in the House today when lie delivered n
. ., ( f Vn-iMmt Tt niMn-flt Willtt U n Tlemo.
.. T,..40,ivb riniw .b. meml
and refused to allow him to conclude
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 18.
cision today sustaining the action of
Waters-Pierce Company $l,0it5,uuu. for violation ot ttic Antt-irust law.
The Waters-Pierce Company is one of the subsidiary companies of Stand
ard Oil that has become notorious for its operations in the West and
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 18. The Grand Jury of the District of
Columbia has begun its inquiry int o the Panama scandal.
NO TARIFF TAIK FOR ROOSEVELT
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 18.
to attend the tariff convention at Indianapolis. The President states thnt
he does not intend to interfere with the policy of his successor, Mr.
Taft, who will call an extra session
shortly alter his inauguration.
m mm m
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan, 18.
the State arc subsiding.
STEAMER GOES ASHORE
BUENOS AYRES, Argentina, Jan. 18. The German steamer Wnn
card is ashore at Punta Nigoles. She is a total loss,
m mtm m
TO KEEP WARSHIPS WATCHING VENEZUELA
THE HAGUE. Jan. 18. The warships of Holland will remain near
Venezuela until all trouble with that
Aloy Is Fined $15 By
Judge De Bolt This
Tho Btory of two friends who got
Into a fight over a friendly card sntuu
whlch finally culminated In una of
them cutting tho other with u weipon
"between a butcher knlfo nnd a cleav
er," wns told In Judgo Do llolt'a court
room this morning by Deputy Attorney
General Whltuoy when thu case of
Aloy was called.
It seems that Aloy, a Chinaman, and
a friend of his wero engaged In a per
fectly harmless carrt-gamn and sot In
to a dlsput over tho turn of n paste
board. After quite n lengthy, ns veil
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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. 469. PRICE, $4,50.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.
Nearly everyone reads n newspaper.
About all the particular and discern
fng people in Honolulu rend the
Bulletin. A Want Ad. in a pa
per like the Bulletin is sure to
reach people that can nnd will buy.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Congressman William Willctt from
. . a
- i - r. of the Hmiu hemmo nrouscd
MUST PAY FINE
The Supreme Court rendered a de
the Missouri Court in fining the
President Roosevelt has declined
of Congress to consider the farm
The floods prevailing throughout
State is settled.
WRECK OF AEON HAS
BEEN DISPOSED OF
Buyer Cables Local Man
News of The
Wreckers who have been planning
to visit the steamer Aeon, which went
tibhnro lit Christmas Inland Inst jear,
will hnvo to change their plans. The
wreck of the Ill-fated hteamer hal
been purchased by I-'runk Coffco and
a man named Duffy.
B. A. Mclnernj. n warm personal
friend of Coffee, this morning receiv
ed n cnblo from Svluc, Australia, In
forming hlni of the purchase, and
asking lilm to warn wreckers to keep
away from the stranded fctcumcr.
Thore Is supposed much valuable
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