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BULLETIN SPECIAL EDITION MAN
" Benjamin Clothes"
PRAISES PROGRESSIVE KAUAI
"Contrary to opinion," nays J. II. M' printed nml ready for distribution on
'swnnson, who returned from Knu-il ''"' Parade Day, February 21.
, , , , . , . , . "llio coining edition will describe and
.yesterday mornlnic. "Hie Oardcn Island many of helg ,ni,cpenien, ,,,.
hns n number of Independent business ncMl Institutions, and the plantation
establishments." review will kIiow the extent of and
Mr. McSwnnson hns Just concluded n Improvements beln made In tho sugur
trip over Knunl sccur'nm data and pic , Indunlry on tlmt Mand.
. . ..... I "Kauals good ronds ore evidence Hint
lures for the K von I ., Hulle 1 1 na Am(rlmn unH r0 rei)omnunt n tlle
1911-1912 special edition, "American- (jIlr(jt Intntid." concludeH tlio Hulle
llnwnll, People and Industries," to be 1 1 n's special edition representative.
(Continued tram Pane 1) i
did belp take tbo revolver nway from deeply, while every now and then either
'Hie defendant he kept on tlio aldo op- HrecKons or Andrews woum orguo for
the Jury could be ho directed. Andrews
llreckons then nuked tbo witness the
olUclal name of the plnce nnd received
the a;isvcr, "Scholleld llarrncks." lie
then tried to Introduce tbo original
luestlon again, but Andrew b still ob
jected on the Fame grounds.
The question bung lire for over half
an' hour. Judge Clemens whs thinking
lioMlte to the gun. lie Is an erratic
'"witness ind does not seem too sure of
.bis facts. Ills testimony In answer to
Andrew' questions follow:
"I whs working in the shop about 700
n few minutes,
Attorneys Clash. '
Then llreckons Mated tlmt he wanted
a ruling onu wny or the other. An
drews In reply stated that the McMahon
feet iiway. My wife, ns far as I know.jcaso should bo tried, und not the Moto.
wus nt Bcrgeani minims nouse. i unrnurn cose.
her us oon as I came on tbo level and -j tt(0 t umt your Honor, when de
was then 600 feet from Ccderlofs house, elding the Motohara case, did not In
tend to settle all the points or the Mc
Mahon case. Tho prosecution brought
In n petty ense to settle some of their
"I do not want toliear anything along
that line," said Judge demons,
It Is nn Imputation against your
Honor," broke In llreckons with a rls
Ing Inflection In his voice, "and against
the counsel for tho government. It Is
After nearly nn hour's deliberation
Judge Ctemnns allowed the, question.
In continuation the witness stated
tlmt be knew tho boundaries where the
buildings were, but did not know the
boundaries of the reservation outside of
where the buildings were. To n ques
tlon ns to whether or not the Cederlof
building was within tho boundary, An
drews objected again. Judge demons
nsked the witness how he knew this,
nnd he answered thot he knew It was
under tho military Jurisdiction. The
objection was sustained.
Continuing again he said tlmt Major
de Wliltto Is In charge of the hospital
nnd was so on September 28, the day
of the shooting. On that night the wit
ness attended McMahon for a scratch,
How It Cederlof?
McMahon said to witness, "Did they
get you up hero for this?" meaning the
strutch. on tbo hand. "Yes' ,waa the
answer, while witness was putting tho
rug n round tho linger McMnbon said,
"How Is Cederlof?" "Ho Is very badly
hurt," witness replied. Then In answer
to n question from llreckons he stated
that nt the time Cederlof wns dead,
Good Man Gone Wrong.
"I had to kneel alongside McMnbon,"
continued tho witness, "In order to get
at tho scratch. He was lying with his
hands tied behind him and with his
face downwards. I asked him If be was
comfortable and be answered, 'Yes,
Then I said, 'They have trussed you
pretty tight,' and ho said In reply, 'Yes;
this is n en no of another good iniin gona
Shot From Outside. ,
Andrews then started his crnsi-cx-'
amlnatlon of the witness nnd asked him
for particulars ns to the little finger
that hud been shot. Ho wanted to
know particularly whether or not tbo
shot cnino from tho outside of the hand
Hhe stopped and spoke to me. Hl.o
i went on and I followed. I saw Mo
V Million coming round tho corner nnd I
waited to what he wus going to
do. I knew Hint he had a gun nml did
not wnnt to go to him without taking
When It enmo to a mritter of set
tling Just what happened at tho house
und when and where tho witness suw
McMahon and his wife, tho witness be-
came uncertain. He .said that bo suw
' them In front of tbo porch. He then
Struggltd for Gun.
"I saw Olnmlt struggling with Mc
, Million. I could not say how long they
struggled or whether McMahon was re
sisting. I enme In when (llandt wus
trying to throw , McMahon down. I
caught McMahon by tho shoulder or tbo
neck I don't remember which. I could
not sny whether he was struggling or
not, ns I was on the shin where there
was no gun. I toldtCllandt to tuke him
to tho guardhouse.
"There was sOmeono else stnndlng
there, but I could not sec him. Wo did
. -. iipt get tbo pistol away from McMahon
"Jf ji' until ho was on tho ground. After I
3l$Jltod ntnndt to take him to tho guard
house, I suw Blxsmltb for tho first time.
Rlxsmllh nnd Qiniidt took McMnbon to
At Husband's Body,
"Mrs. Cederlof was at the body of
Cederlof when I got there. I nm suro
of this. I could not see too plainly, but
could see. Most of the light came from
n lamp In tho house. I do not know
'whether the moon wns up or not
Death Not Instantaneous.
Captain Robert M. Culley of tho
medical corps said: "I saw Cederlof
Jhj his limine vonie time nt night, nfter
dinner. He was lying on tho bed. His
face nnd head were covered with blood,
I stayed ten or fifteen minutes nnd
then took him to the hospital. There
t found n compound fracture of tho
skull' nnd laceration of the brain. Ills
Utile linger I think It wns his left
.was only hanging by skin. Ho lived
nn hour or so nfter wo took htm to the
At this stage llreckons nsked the
witness where tho Cederlof' house nnd
the hospital were, nnd who owned the
Disappointed, Ministers Plan
Word from Dr. Chapman, tho noted
evangelist, to tho effect that In; will
be unable to conduct a religious cam
paign in Honolulu Boon after tlio first
of the year, has occasioned great dis
appointment In church circles.
Iiefore Dr. Chupmnii agreed tn spend
several weeks in Honolulu, ho bnd
signed for it nine munths's campaign
in Australia und New Zealand. He
has since heffftl from that quarter
that a full year's work will bo noccs
cury to complete the work mapped
out, and an ho had pledged his sup
port to tho Australians beforo be was
tendered an Invitation by tho minis
terial association of Honolulu, ho
feels tlmt ho Is duty-bound to muko
concessions to them.
In a letter to Dr. Scudder, Dr. Chap
man Htutrs that It Ib possible that he
will go direct to Australia from Ire
land, where hu is nt present. In this
case, lie will not touch Honolulu nt
all and will not bo able to contribute
ono udtfress ns was hoped after hear
ing that he would not be ablo to re
main several weeks ns llrst planned,
Pmmlilnrlnir Mm fnrt that the rum
munlty was stirred to a. point of keen
Interest, 267 persons having1 pledged
themselves to offer special prnyers for
tlio success of the meetings, tho min
isters of tho city feel that the time
Is at hand for a sweeping evangelical
campaign und although keenly disap
pointed ut tho failure bf Dr. Chapman,
they are endcnvorlng to arrango for a
series of meetings In which the nrl
ous churches of the city may unite
With this end In view Mr. Paul Sup
er of the Y. M. C. A. Is In communi
cation with Fred llutler, nil evengel
Istlc singer, who several years ago
wus well received here. Mr. llutler,
whose homo Is in New York, wus In
operu before going Into evangelistic
work. With the enlistment of IiIb Her
lcen It Is believed that n sweeping
religious campaign may be Inaugurated.
ground. Andrews objected, nnd once! or the Inside.
more the point brought out In tho Mo
tohara case last week of Jurisdiction
enme up. llreckons mentioned this,
but Andrews took the stand that any
private might bo put on tbo stand nnd
nsked tho question. The answer, he
stated, must be a conclusion on the part
of the witness.
Judge demons stated that ho did not
bellevo in allowing testimony out of
ordir. Lnter ho suggested that It
should be allowed nt this tline, nnd that
If the prosecution failed to prove It,
YOUNQ, HOTEL DLDQ.
Sales of considerable size wero not
ed at this morning's meeting of the
Honolulu Stock and Ilond Exchange,
the feature being a slight rise. In Ha
waiian Commercial, which ended sell
ing ut tJO.fiO us ngatnst the last re
ported sules at ?4U and come transac
tions between boards nt $40.2i. Any
advance Is a feature nowadays.
Wululuu sold stiougly tills tmnrnlng,
though the prlco slackened from thu
lust quotations, going to $116. Ouo
mea, however, sold at an advance over
the last-noted deals, (his stock bring
ing $16.C0 between boards and $4ti.S5
nt the morning session. One hundred
shares wero sold In ono block toduy.
Tho olllces of the Hawaiian Trust
Company were dosed this morning
until 11:30 o'clock, In memory of tho
denth of tho luto Senator John V. Dry
den, founder of the l'rudentlul l.lfo
Insurunco Company, which Is repre
sented In the Islands by the Hawaiian
Wa hava Juit received a mag
nificent tot of Turkeys. Fine,
young ana-fat. Just right for the
We will sell them live or
on your tpacial order, Turkeys,
Pigs, Chickens and Ducks. Wa
prapara the stuffing and deliver
the roasted meat to you just In
time for dinner.
News Is shortly expected from F.
T. P. Wuterhouse and Albert Wnter
house, who have gone to the rubber
plantations In Malaysia. Reports ho
far have shown good cinp estimates.
"I examined tho wound on tho little
linger nt the hospital. I think that It
wus hnnglng hy the outside skin. I
think the shot came from the outside.
I n m sure the shot came from the out
side, ns there wero powder marks on
the outside. They wero right where the
"There ara a lot of shacks there.
know who occupies some of them, but
not ull. 801110 of them uro occupied by
the troops ns married quarters. Homo
nro In rows nnd somu Irregular, 'I he
Cederlof house Is not exactly In a row.
The line runs along the edge of the
gulch, I do not know whether thero
wus an) body In the house except Ce
derlof. I don't know who else might
have occupied the house.
"I was sanitary Inspector of part ol
the reservation, , acting under orders
from the surgeon. I have never re
ceived uny personal orders from the
War Department. I am not familiar
with any order from tlio Wur Depart
ment tlmt gives the boundaries of the
reservation. I do not know who erecti
ed what are known as tho married
Was Perfectly Cool.
"McMahon wus trussed up, but I
could not soy whether his feet wero or
not. I do not know which hand tho
scruUlt was on. I think the scratch
wns on his knuckle, hut I could not
he gcrluln. There was blood on 11 rag
that he hud round It. Ho wns perfect
ly cool when he spoke of Cederlof,"
Dreckons then asked another ques
tlon, which was objected to on the sumo
grounds us before, and once more the
Tho Sugar Kuctors Committee hold
a meeting this morning discussing tho
schedule of shipments for tho coming
year. This 1ms not yt t been arranged
but plans will bo complete In a short
Hobe Walker, who represents the
Hawaiian Trust Company on the
Stock Exchange, Is expected to roturn
on the Wilhclmlim tomorrow from nn
extended mainland trip. ,
With the arrival tomorrow morning
of tho steamship Tenyo Murti from
San Francisco, will coma a largo
number of prominent Japanese, who
uro returning to their native land.
Soirio of them nro high oltlcluls of the
government, while otliorB ure great
leaders In tho Industrial nnd com
mercial houses In Japan.
Among them are Hon: II. Hlokt, Jap
anese Minister In Chill; Hon. K. Ml-
zuno, Consul-Generul In New Yolk;
Dr. Y, Ishlkuwu, M. P.; II. Yasukuwn,
one of tho greatest minors In Japan,
an son; K. Salto, manager of thu Mit
sui llussan Kulshn In Formosa und
During tho short stay of the Tenyo
In this port, they will bo tho guests of
CoiiBUl-denorul S. Uyeno, who will
take them around the city to seo
hung up while side Issues I i0liitH of Interest. At noon they will
ed. 'lunch nt tho Mnclilzuki Club, "wbero
Save trouble and'b'uy pur nice,
hot, fresh Mince Pitt. Jutt at
good at yourt maybe better.
Wa alto hava piet of all kinds.
Gunther,'a celebrated, Chicago
Chocolates and our oyvn make of
Special packaget for the;Holl-days.
Made to order from Pure
Cream. Any flavor.
Wa ara completely equipped to
furnlth Cakes, French Pastries
for the Holidays, Parties 'and
HOTEL STREET Near Union
And Six Months Hence
1HE average man buys two
suits per year, but the
average clothier doesn't know
how the suit he sells will look
six months hence. Very often
if he did he wouldn't tell. How
the suit looks is one thing and
how it will last is another.
How can you be sure? Ifyou
want wearing, lasting good
ness insist on "BENJAMIN
CLOTHES." We are showing
them in a large range of pat
terns and styles.
Msn I Mw 3fJ
JMni (.j.i0 ta
CO. GETS UND
The lerslng of 11 little over three
I'ioiikuuiI acres of Kapna I. mil In the
Makee SiiKiir ('oiiii.nij' h now practi
cally nsiiireil, according to what the
lioveruor staled this morning.
Senator ti. 11. I'alrcbllil bad it fur
ther eonfi renco this nmriilui; with I1I111.
and tin' matter of si Itllug the terms of
the lease wus practically decided upon
We may change the area of wh.it Is
now marked down us cnuc and sugar.
S.1I1I the (Invu'lior, "as theic are plans
for an Irrigation scheme. The rent of
the land goes to pay for Ibli, but I hi'
terms of the lease have been practically
CHINESE CLUB CELEBRATES
On ThiiiiKsKlvlmr Day the Chinese
church nt this city will relehrnto the
thirtieth unulvcrsnry of Its dedication.
Till church U de luted to be the nnwt
Important church outside of the Chlnesii
fitipln There will bo 11 special
rUnnksglvInK service at 11 o'clock, to
In' .follow id hy n Thanksgiving social
with music nnd reminiscences. A cor
dial Invitation Is extend.'d to the public
moo juht iinrniVKi) rito.M hhatti.i: cqiin ii:i and
PAT. Al CONDITION.
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ma rci.i.ows, wiim, n-i.
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Metropolitan Meat Market
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Tho will of tho lain John J. S'ulllvitn
has been tiled for probate. Tho ac
counts show leal estate, lii'lriK 11 hill '
Inlcrcdt In the OrcKou block valued
til $."1,000, and personal cstatn ,ilued
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