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Practically every copy of the Bul
letin rocs into the homes. Approx
imately six thousand homes means
twenty-four thousand buyers. It is
in the home the decision is made
Jhe Bulletin prints all the bargain newsjny woman needs to read
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4510.
10 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13,1910. 10,tGES.
PRICE S OENTI.
is V N
FORTIFICATION BILLlPROVIDES for HAWAII
Rawlins Case Brings
CONGER UNABLE TO
SPEAK WITH BRIDE
Hearing on Habeas Corpus Writ N6t
Yet Concluded Mrs. Conger
Tells of Guard at Home of
A ilnumitlc sieno was e"nncled In
Urn (utirinxmi uf ciicull Oiulco lloi-
' Iiisuii tills niurnlnc during Uio pio
(ledlugs tin Hie petition fur a writ
cr hnbons (oipns Inuiight by Attai
nt')" Jr. l.lglilfoot In liehulf uf pnmr
1). Conger, win) dulins lli.it Ills wire
(if ii few weeks h icstrnlned (if licr
llhcrly nt the home of Thomas Iluw
llim, her father." I
Mr. Conger was subjected to n
long examination liy Llghtfoot. In
icply lo one uf li Id numeious ques
'tlmu she Bta ted that silo wanted to
see her husband "when tills Is nil
tnur," ami s not before. l.lglitrool.
nsKeii If "she dld'Tibi wIbU to end
this entlio proceedings by meeting
her husband private!) Uiul without
further delay. She did not return a
illicit answer, but Indicated that she
upprovtd of the Idea.
Judgu Kohlnsoti then declared that
hn would adjourn ipurt for n period
of fifteen minutes, during which
time tlio participants In (he proceed
ings ami their eonnsel could under
take any lucthoda of settlement that
I hey saw lit.
Judge Robinson left the bench
and was half way to the door of tlm
(intitiooni when Conger, upon the
ndvlui of his counsel, stepped to
waid Ills wtfo, who wiih about to
leuvo Hie witness Btiuul and ttUe her
plaro among relatives.
Thomaa llnwllns, the father,
sprung from his chair and, with n
warning to Conger to keep away
fiom the girl, shouted to her, "Do
jou want to see that man?
in view of the attitude of Rawlins,
Conger apparently decided nut to at
tempt to press fur a conversation
wllli his wife, and she was taken
quickly In charge by her two sisters,
mid hurtled luto the chambers of
Clicult Judge Robinson. Ilawllns
and his daughter stood guard outslda
mid Conger did not have a word with
his wife during ttje adjournment.
When court ieconvc)ed, Attorney
Mghtfoot declared that he wished
It lo appear upon the record that
Mrs, CongciVhad attempted to see
her husband In the presence of the
(mt and had been prevented by her
. Judge Robinson stated that he did
not tee the ociurrence fully, as n?
una leaving the comtroom nt the
limn, and Mghtfoot then offered" tcr
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'A beautiful home with over three
ncres of ground, fruit trees, lawns,
-etc., situaied in y
UPPER NUUANU VALLEY
Eitrht acres of fine residence nron.
erty situated on
JUDD AND LILIHA STREETS
For Particulars Apply to '
Real Estate Department,
ADVICE MAY BE
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 13.
The fortifications bill was passed by
the House of Representatives today.
This bill carries a total appropria
tion of $5,017,200, about one-half of
which is for the fortifications in Ha
waii and the Philippines.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 13.
General .Estrada's hope of recogni
tion as the President of Nicaragua
vnnishpf! title Tnnraini n fur- oa ih
Hojse of Representatives has any-
injng 10 qo wren u. wnen tne hi
:araguan excitement was at its
heipht a resolution was . introduced
calline for the recognition of Es
trada by the government. This res
olution was tabled today" without ex
tensive debate. ,
r. ci thing advancing under a good
demand continues to be the record nt
tho stuck market. lluers are raising
their limit, because they liu o to If
llioy would secure tho stocks.
Doth Oahu and IJwa advanced nil
eighth this inoi nlng and sold In as
laigo .sized blocks as were offered.
Wnlalua has udtnuccd to 124 with very
llttlo coming out. Puuiihnu sold at
28 75 and Hawaiian Commctiinl at .IS.
Tho demand for Mcllryde Is-alsii In
tieaslng, something mer two hundred
shares selling today at S.75. " I'limeer
has at last returned to 200 .
"Nephew" of Spreckels
Figures In The
Di'iilcl Tnccillc, tho well known rep
resenUithe uf tho Ixamtiier, who
makes regular tilps to Hawaii on he
halt of. his paper. Is, nccuiding to his
slorj, a much eufferlng man. Ho has
been at rested under n chargo of gniHS
cheat against Lionel Matthows, who
claims that Tnceilles defrauded him
of $100, In connection with a moving
plcturo show which, befoiu It was
iibanduiicd, was kniiuu as tho Ban
'Tweedlo was loproxentoil nt tho po
lice couit by 0. r. Chllllngwurth, and
A. AI. HrovMi prohtcuted. Matthows
was tho first witness called and ho
swoio that ho had bought out Tweedy
lo's right and tit lo to tho theater for
$100 cash, and n note for $300, which
ttns fcecmed by two shares of stock'lji
a rubber plantation. Ho nftorwaiilc
found that thero eio numerous ilcbls
In connection with tho .concern and
that a lot of tho mechanics had not
b"9:i paid for their labor In electing
(leoigo Osborn wns tho next witness
and his evident wont lo show that ho
had In r.onfe strange miniier liKiuled
$300 to a man named Ki'clt, who was
Twcedla's' partner In tho nhow. Os
born wns a much confused witness
and did not seeiu lo li'mi much Idea
of nn thing bejoinl tho fact that he
had palled with tho three hundred
dolhis. He thought ho was to gr
un per cuit or tho piofllg urrruliiK
I mm llui slinw, but accunlliirf to
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"I IflflllV UL LIHRI IIU IIIIII'LVUIU
iSOME WORLD-FAMOUS WIZARDS
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I.os Angeles Ik gall tho flist ntlatlo'i louriiaiiitnl over hold imMhls continent on January 10 More than n
hundred wlzinls of llui till- h.in entered for tho rnrliym conteuts anil Tor tho $80,000 In prlrcs which ho Aero Club
and clvle bodies i'u l-ui Angeles luivu hung up fur tho meet. Tim oiiccessjnl inlntlon meetings held In Franco
mid Kiighmil hau stimulated interest In the hclencu of aerial naUgutlon hero and thousand of persons fiom nil
parts or tho coutry huo Juurnejed to I.os Angeles in witness the (Ughls, 'I ho Wrights haNe sleadll) declined nil
offers to enter contists fur prizes, mid they claim solo ownerthlp lo reverul nttachnienls to nil usruplancs. They
have threatened injunction proceedings to stop the 1-ih Angel6a contesta. IJvery kind or fl) lug machine known
to science except that or tho Wrights has been entered. Among thu world famous entrants are: Glenn II.
CurtlsB. IluiiiiiKiiiilsiMirt. N. Y.: Unils Paulhan. Paris: M. Malson Paris; M. Mlscnrml. Paris; UaroncsH do
I.ai-ocho, rranco; Clifford II. Harmon. New Voik; II. P. Winner, llcllnt, Wis.; Itoy Kniibenshiie, Toledo; II. I-.
Twining, I.os Angeles; J. C. Classen Log Angelts; William Htevens, I.os Angeles, and diaries l. Vlllard, New
DOLE TO PICK
. i. ., ,
Cable Tells Of Effort
To Settle The
A cablegram has been X'celved by
ono Interested in tho candidacy or A.
Q. M. Robertson rnr tho Ilench oi tho
United 8tatti Hlstrlct Court, Htuting,J
ln'eneci, tlinl le selection or tho Sec
ond Keik'rUI mlgo has been placed In
tho hands'-ttf United StatOa Hlstrlct
Jliilfeo'Dolo, lind tho mini who receive
Judge IJoWb eiiduiuomcnt will bo iioni-
It Is presumed (hat Jiido Dole will
bo fmornblo'to tho candldacj uf A.
O, M. Robertson and that his ciblu to'
that effort will produio prompt uctlon
on tho part (r the Washington author
ities' and that tho Second Federal
Judge will Iki Kxm iion tho bench.
Tho full tenor or the ciile that hns
been lecolvecl mis not been niiiilo pub
lie but BUHlcknt of Its contents Is
known to furnlbli ground for tho re
port tljat tho t-olectlnn nt the Sccon 1
Judge Is now Urtu.Uly In tho hands of
A. LEWIS IS TO
QUIT THE LAW
Previous announcements or the
election or A. Lewis to the lire i.ica
Idcncy of the Dank uf Hawaii luvo
not tuld tho whole story. Mr. Lewis
Is to glo up Ins law btwlness and uu
the flri-t of March v 111 letlie fiuni tho
(Inn or Bmllll & Low Is. lie will tin u
assume tho ncliu di ties i! hanking in
the official capui or vift (iitslden'
nn I nsslstnnt r., tger Mr Sinlih
stated thla niniiiiuir Hull n as u it
,i t't lo.nly.lo nniiiiiiucti who will tuko
Mr, I.iHl' pl.uo In tho law lli'm.
i $i v
OF THE AIR
CITY BUCKS ON
Says It Is Up To Board
To Settle With
Unbelt' A," I)unjWC I"""1' Commis
sion r and Analyst at tho Terrltnrln!
Hoard nt lleiillh Dispensniy, Is looking
lor n little matter or thirty dollars n.
payment for his labors. In making an
analysis or the waltrs at.Kaneohe.
Mr, Duncan presented this little bill
to the Hoard or Cjty and Qouiity Hup-
ervlrors soiuu weeks ago, but the ns
count has npp.iienlly nut fouu 1 favor
with tlio municipal lolons.
The City mill County rat hers have
bticled against the pa)iiicnl or thu
Duncan claim on the grounds that the
mutter tOioiihl hno been brought be
fnie tho Tenllorhl Hoinl n Health.
It Is contended tliut thu aiu'sts ol
(lie water wns imulo at tho Instance
of tho health authorities or the Terri
tory and it Is before tills iiuguat wing
of tho Hawaiian goeinment that tho
payment of tlility dollars of the coin
of the le.ilm thould bo presented an!
Supenlsoi .I-ngin crimes forward
ttlllilTirihftilllui asItliiB llt.il the
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Jan. 13
Paulhan, carrying his wife with him, ,
in his aeroplane, made three laps
about the course at an altitude of
.816 feet. I
Aviator Charles F. Willard won
the starting and storing prise, do
'ing the act within a space twenty'
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Jan. 13. Ray
Lamphere, at a few minutes before
death, confessed to the mucler.pf
the Ouinness' family. He stated tint
ne . was one of three who did the ,
The Oincest family consisted of
the mothrr and two daughters, who
were suppoted to gain a livelihood
by enticing men to their home and
in some manner dcing awav with
them. Their home was one night de
stroyed b- fire, the bodies of the
mother ai:d daughters being after
ward fourd in the ruins. It was
suuposed nt the lime that the deaths
of the thr:e women were self-inflicted.
MARSHFIELD. Jan. 13. Watch
ing men die and unable to render'
them assistance wal thi har:cw'- i
experience of the people of this
town, who saw the coasting stear.:r
Czarina break up en the Coos Bay
A storm is racing on the coast and
made the wreck inaccessible. One
man struck out for the shore and is
the onlv survivor. Six men took ref
uge iu the rigging and could be seen
1 from the shore, but they were doom
ed. The ship broke up rapidly and
all were drowned.
WASHINOTON. Tl H Ion IS
(The time of the House was taken up
mis morning by a speech delivered
bv ConoTHimnn W P. Hurl n nil Tlni.
cerat, from Missouri, in opposition
10 me administration ship subsidy
T0KI0, Jan. 13. Francis Clark
waa today nnted an audience with
me i,mercr ot Japan.
t t H H M H M a H M a
status In the matter ho ileflneil.
It Is pobslble thut an opinion will bo
forthcoming fiuni tho legal nuthoil
lies befoie thu (l.ilni s settled.
m m n
FEW FAMILIAR FACES
Steamer Brings Many Of
Financial and Social
The Distinguished Range Trom Dip
lomats to Angels of Commerce
Steamer Sails For Orient at
Four Korea Calls at Manila. -
Thein me stilt n few of the old
timers as well as f.ixoiltes left tu
uiTaci tho I'm Ilk Mull liner Kur;a.
The alleged wholesale decapitation
of heaiU by the executUe urder of
Ceiier.il Manager Schwcrln uf Kan
Krnnelfcio did not servo tu dislodge
(lilltu tt few of the popului 'ollkcrs
who hat been making periodical
visits to llcnolulu us the Korea pass
ed tu nnd f oni the mainland tu thu
Tim liner came ulongslile the
i arhfold li,irr this morning, unit
i.,.io..g tlie familiar fiuct who beam- ,".
uLunvr-liMLruli ,re,i;iilnf Hngln-ji
ter rum ,siiuiict, l'urstr "iiuilo"
Allen, It. K. Pulaihe, rrelghl derk,
and tho well-knuwn "Doctor" Dukcrf,
the ship's surgeon.
I It Is true that some or the. other
oltlicrj were- "laid o'tf' for a few
trips, but down In the illnlug-reom
Chief Steward Tliompsuii continues'
to preside" over tho gnstroiiumleul
welfare of Mime twn hundred llrst
(liiHs passengeis. His ublo lleiilen
nnt, Juo Ia'Diikiii, however, met with
the sumo rate as the Korea's New
Year's tuike), mid n xecund stew
ard ho has been left behind,
James Itinlileii. tho former chief S
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uuimt i.i ainv ivuie.1, nan nu-u iieeu
mhiied to tnku n brier lesplte fiom
till! nrdtlollH dllllpH. n n lln lc,i(li-"'
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oiiiii-r i i inu it'tixui, uv iiiu iiuiuuce
uiMaiuger Schwcrlin "
Theio has been a general stirring-. '
up among the puts nnd pans of the '
kood chip, i.nti even thu butcher and
the bnkor hae been made to rtfe!
inure ur less l.ienl) the edge placed t
ItllUll tll,t ,Clplnl ilnlllillntl.l,, .U
..,.., .. ,
IIIUl HUH llt'Ull BWIllglllg SOIlU'WIIltL
lecklvssly in San KiuikUcii ditrllig
tlla lirlf.f utt.t- r.f lltt. L'.ipU i
"It Is hard to Aredicl what will -
happen to the fellows on the other
ships," was the rejoinder uf unu ut
the Korea's stuff this morning, us ,
the mutter was broached.
From what tan be learned, the-
Ma ft uf thu Siberia may bo gleu a
painful Imitation of that touching,-1
drama, the "Cleaning of tho Agnail k
Stcbles," before the escl Is .per- ,
mltted to all for her next trl'n tu .
tll, Pll l!,l. '.
In the matter vi)f shirting of tlio
staff. It is ceiieralh- conceded that1
tlm ,inl Iu lit,! nt .'
n-i... I- - ...... .. .1,A
uu iiiiu.i nu, an cany arrival
this morning, after live diijs nnd.
eighteen hours' steaming from San
Friinclpco. Ih'e weather was snnio-
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L. II. Kerr H Co.'g store will be-
r!(MI ,1 nil fln- liimnrtmv nti.l t.tlV.
hands biiky marking donn guols '
for the .Innuarr salo which be-
gins Saturday mnrnlng nt S o'clock,'5
I., 11. Kerr X. Co. Alaken street, will
then offer Mich bargains as are i.ci-s '
(him seen In Honolulu.
IS A GOOD THING, NOT A FAD.
Hotel, Nenr Union.
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