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Order of tin' Temple
Ilimiill.in Thlnl Regret-.
Honolulu Cliiiplcr Hark
lliirnionj Cli.iplrr Xo. I, 0.
All tUltlnx memoir ol tk
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings q( local ledf m
Jln-t on tlir
ittl iiml llli
.V oil (hi It of
lit K. f. Hall
7::i(l P. .M.
YUI. .MclvlM.LY l.HIKii:, X). S,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th S.itm-
rMiliy I'xeiiing lit 7 .10 o clock In
1 h iif P Hull, cir Port mill
lloroliinla Visiting brothers
cordlall.x ImlVd to attouil
A F HERTZ, I' C
P F Klt.tti:r. K. 11 H.
OAlir l.HIKii: NO. I, It. of P.
Meets exorv Hi Ht mid third Fri-
AM day at 7 3D o'clock, Pjthlnn
7 1 lull, corner llcrctnnla and
Kurt streets. Visiting blothcrs
corill.itly inxitcd to attend.
S DECKER, C. I'.
0 HEINE, K. of It. &. S.
iio.Mii.ii.i; i.oniii:, on;, n. p. o. i:.
Honolulu Lodge. No. G1C,
11. P 0. Elks, meets In
their hall, on King St.)
near Fort, every Friday
exciting, Visiting Broth
ers ar cordially Invited
i). p it ihesiieiig, k. it.
oi:o. t. kluegel. sec
II. UV All AN Tltllli: NO. I, I. 0. II. .M.
Jlccts ox cry (list and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I. O. 0. F.
building VIsMIng brothers
cunllally Invited to uttend
llKNUY A ASCII, Sachem.
LOUIS A PKIIIIV, C. of II.
hoom;m' aeiiik no, v. o. k.
Meets on second and fourth
.Wednesday evening of each
month at 7 :10 o'clock, In
San Antonio Hall, Vlnexurd
itrcvt, near Kiniua. Visiting brothers
uio Invited to attend.
P'llIOClINS, W. P.
W.M. C McCOY, Secy.
HO.NOU'I.r I.OIKii: NO.
i.. o. o. .ii
x 111 meet In Odd Feljnxxs' building,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
evening at " o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially linlted
AMIIItOSE J WlltTZ, Dictator,
K. A. JACOIISON, Secictary.
Edward Eurlc, the noted Psychic of
Ban Francisco, xxho for oer txxenty
years lias been prominently Identified
with Hid Spiritualists' societies of Amer
lea, Is In Honolulu and will demon
train psychlo phenomena, etc. Spirit
ual advice on all matters given. Daily
10 to 4; ex-cnlngs by appointment. Tel
ephone 3D13 or r.t residence, 782 Klnau
strctt. Grand Seance every Thursday
Eve., 8 o'clock. t090-tf
Importer Fort St
MILTON A PAR30NS
Latest Styles In Shapes and Trlmmlng
PANTHEON BLOCK, FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
Miss Powej . t
Millinery Parlors, .BittonDloiki
City Transfer Cd
JAS..I-I. LUVfc j . . ,
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ADVENT OF I
Smallest List of Cabin Passengers In Trans't on a Pacific
Liner In Many Months May Sail for the Coast in the
Morning Maui in With Large Shipment of Sugar
Mexican Met With Rough Weather Lurline Discharging
at Railway Wharf Ship Phelps Away Tor the Atlantic.
A C'lilncso en r'Jtite fioin Hongkong
to San Francisco as a steerage pas
senger In the Pnclflc Mall liner Slbo-
in xvat found to huxc contracted xxli.it
'alcr tinned to bo a genuine case ol
nuillpnx. and In consequence, Dr. Carl
Itnmus, head of the United States Ma
line Hospital and Quarantine Servlcx
it this pint, decided to placo that
xessel In quarantine on arrival this
The Chinese was discovered on last
Sumla.x evening suffering xxlth a sus
picious malady. The Slhctla's siugeon
at once diagnosed the caso as small
'ox and took ImmcMlnte stops toxvaid
complete Isolation of tho passenger,
.ind aUfi Insisted on a general vacci
nation of all persons on board, Includ-,
'ng oftlcers, crexv and passengers In
the scxeral classes.
The Siberia canto alongside the
(Juannllne wharf before 7 o'rlock this
niiirulng. bringing the smallest list of
cibin pasn'ngers found m u Puclflo
Mall liner In mnuy niiinths. Fixe cab
in passengers aro to land tit Honolulu
xxhllc but nineteen xxlll cotitltmo tho
voyngc to San l't.vnclsco In that ves-ii-l.
A ciexv of several liimdtcd Orient
als xx ere brought ashore at the Qtiar
intliie Station this morning together
xvlth their personnl effects. Tho Asi
atics as well as their belongings xxcre
itibjeclcd to a fumigation and later In
tha day will bo returned to the ship
Txxo handled and thlrt-txxo Asiatic
sleei.igo passenger, all for Honolulu
xxlll bs detained at the Federal Quar
antine Siatlon for a peilod of fourteen
days. Tlicso Includo 53 Japanese, 12
Chinese and 107 Filipinos,
I)r Ramus, Dr. .lames and Dr. Sin
clair xlsltcd the Siberia at daxvn tills
morning and decided on n thorough
fumigation of the sliip before that ves
sel Is permitted to cross the harbor
and berth at Mnkca xvharf, xxhoro S00
tons general cargo Is to bo (discharged.
Fumigating pots were placed on board
ami these must bo burned for txvclxo
hours beforo tho Siberia can bo alloxv-
ed to leaxo iiiarantine. The xessel
will piobnbly coma oxer to (hu Alakca
xxliarf this cxcnlng and it Is hoped
Hint she can be dispatched for San
IrancUco not later than 10 o'clock to
Dr. Ilamiis decided that, Innsmucl
as alt necessary precautions had been
taken xxllli' the small number of cabin
passengers, these might bo landed,
and they xxcro brought over to tho
Fort sheet xxharf In launches some
hours after tho vessol had gono Into
Tho Siberia carries In addition to
the bcore of cabin, thirteen second and
soxcnty-clght, Asiatic steorago passen
gers In transit for tho Coast.
Captalu Zecdcr lojiorts a fair trip
acioss the Pacific. Tho fact that so
few peoplo xxcro on board niado tho
xoyngo a rather iinovcntful one. Txxo
Jupaiieso stowaways are on board,
and these undor tho watchful suporvl
-Ion of Puibcr Muse Hunt, will bo
turned over to thu authorities for a
ictuiu passago to Jupan by tho flrttt
Pnclflc Mall liner leaving this port for
A mall amounting to flfty-txvo
sacks arrlxcd In tho vcssol and ro
colved piouipt handling by tho locil
postal official! who visited tho Slbo-
ila In a l.iuticli.
Iho cargo Intended for Honolulu
consists malnl of Japaiiobo products,
Including curios, matting, provisions
and lea, tor San Francisco G700 tons
uic can led In transit.
.Mexican Itude Out .Storm In Safety.
Captain Tapley, master of tho
Amerlcilll-Hnwillllilt frplL'lilr tMvtiin
reported very rough weather on th'o.hukonn nt the time of departure
way down from Seattle. Tho Mexican
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Roube Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagni
. . ( Schlitz Beer-, ,
'arrived off port early this morning
and came nlotigsldc the railway wharf
to discharge some three thousand tons
grnernt cargo, including lines of sup
plies for the United Stnte's govern
ment. The Mexican brought west
bound cargoes numbers 233 anst 2.14,
which left Nexv York on December
19th nnd December 23rd respectively.
Included In the freight xvns n quantity
of feed nnd fornge for the army quar
termaster department. On- deck 48
head of mules xml 3 horses traveled
In safety nnd expressed their satisfac
tion in touching terra drum by n
glnddsomo elevation of bells this
morning. The Mexican will call nt
Island ports for the usual large quan
tity of sugar destined for Sallna Cruz.
urlluc for Kahulul Tills Kxcnlng.
The Matson Navigation steamer
Lurline Is expected will get nxvay for
Kahulul this evening, there to dls1
cliargo some 11 vo hundred tons general
cargo brought doxvn from tho coast.
Tho I.tirllne Is to return to Honolulu
op tTucsdny morning und will bo dis
patched tor san ranctsco at u o ciock
that cxcnlng, taking a full cargo of
sugar and In the neighborhood of fifty
cabin passengers, -
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Ship Phelps Away Today', '
Tho American ship Ersklnq M.
Phelps, xvlth over 'flvd thousand ton'j
sugar destined for tho cast coast of
the United States, Is to sail for Dola
xvaio Ilteakxxater today. This vessel
nirlvctl hero fioin Puget Sound In tlio
I'.xst tiatt of January, discharged u
quantity of sand ballast and has been
taking on a goodly shipment of sugar
for tho mainland by "AP wny of Cnpo
Tho Phelps has bcon placed in lino
trim duilng tho stay hero.
Mall Has Reached the Coast,
Mall dispatched from Honolulu in
tho Toyo Klscn Kalsha llnor Shlnyo
Mnru on last Friday Is reported to
have reached San Fruncisco yesterday
according to u cable received at tho
locnl branch of the Merchants' lCi
change. Tho Matson steamer Hono
lulan. Hailing horn Honolulu on tho
evening of Feb. 7t'i, also arrived nt
tho .Coast port, following somo hours
later than tho Japanese llnor.
Buyo Maru Due Tomorrow.
Tho safe, sane and conservative Ilu
yo Maru, ono of tho T. K. K. freight
ers, Is making hoato slowly In tho voy
age- to Honolulu, this vessoi is un
derstood us bringing a shipment of
llfteen hundred tons nitrates louded
nt Central nnd South American ports
According to wlrcleBB received at
the' ngency of Castlo & Cooke, tho
liuxo Mnru Is duo to arrive hero to
Mlssourlan Sailed for the Isthmus.
A wlrelesH recolvcd by C. P. Morso,
general freight agent for the American-Hawaiian
line, Is to the effect
thnt tho freighter Mlssourlan sallol
from Knannpalt nt 9:30 last ovcnlng
xvlth destination ns Saliiin Cruz. Tills
xessel loaded 11,000 Ions sugar and
400 tons pineapples.
Light Rains Along HamaKua.
Light tains' fell recently along Ha
miikua coast, according to report
brought hero this morning by Purser
Fltzslmmons of the Inter-Island
steamer Maul. This vessel met with
a heavy northorly swoll on tho out
xvurd trip with light winds and mod
crnto sens In returning to Honolulu.
Nilhau Reported at Mahukona.
Tho Intor-lsland steamer Nilhau Is
reported ns discharging cargo at Ma-
Iho steamer Maul for Jlbnolulu,
S g a p f i m a"
n ?s p v i I
tVb. ttt11i inn.nn ,i.m.
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3 IJ 1.8 l.l 0.11 0 15 6.30J .B! 3 29
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18 3.14 SO 3.0? (Ml tor, c.' ei MJ
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18 .i3 ifl j i.zi awn m esileoiKHs
Nexv moon February 17 nt 7.13 p. in.
Temperatures 0 n m. C9; 8 n. m.,
75; 10 a. in., 75; noon, 70; morning
Ilnronicter, 8 n. in, 30.12; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., C.175 grains per
cubic foot; relntlx-c humidity, 8 n. tn ,
6G per cent.; dexv point, 8 a. m., 63,
Wind 6 n. in., velocity 2. direction
Nli; 8 a. m., velocity 4, direction NB.;
10 n. in., velocity 12. direction Nil;
noon, velocity 12, direction Mj.
Itnlnfnll during 24 hours ended 8
n. m., 0 Inch.'
Total xvlnd movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 124 miles.
' VM. II. STOCKMAN',
Section Director. U. S. Weather llurenU.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Friday, Feb. 16.
PORT SAN LUIS Sailed Feb.. 15,
OH sttnr. Lansing, fur Honolulu.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed Feb. 15,
oil stmr. Maverick, for Honolulu.
POIIT LUDLOW Sailed, Feb. 16
bark S. C. Allen, for Honolulu.
PORT LUDLOW Ariixcd, Fob. Ifl
schr. Spokane, hence Jan. 31.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Feb. HI,
11:'30 a. m.r S. S. Sierra, for Hono
lulu. 1 - i.
PORT AJ,Li:N Artlxcd, Fob. 1G, C
n,,m.. S..SnlUloulau, fiom San Fran-
KAX"rA$Ai4- Balled Feb. 15, p.m.,
1 8.' S. Vlfi,nfl,n.y fur SMna Cruz.
.S. I1UYO JdARU
Will dock at
Railway Jvharf frbm South America
'ports, C b'clotk this afternoon.
S. S. S1DEP.IA sails for San Fran
cisco n,t 10 a in. Saturday.
Tlio Sari Francisco Chamber of Cont
mcrco has been Informed that the
Treasury Department has taken fax-or
able action niton tho chamber's re
quest to extend tho United States rev
enue cutter hervico, Including calls up
on vessels engaged in tho codllshln;
Industiy tn tho Iiohrlng Sea and North
Pacific ocean. Vessels ot tho Retiring
Sea patrol fleet will make systematic
calls upon Mshlng craft during tho ap
Captain Commandant 1?. A. Rcrthnff
of tho revenue cutter service asks that
companies Interested In tho industry
furnish the service with a list of their
x'cssels, time of departure and tho lo
cation of their probable fishing ground,
The establishment of more frequent
mall communication between the flsh
ing fleet and the nearest available
ostofllce will bo appreciated by own
ers and ciews.
WASHINOTON, I). C, Jan. 2C Tho
sei claimed tho lives ot 194 persons,
xvlth 325 American vessels, duilng lie
fiscal year Hill, accoidlng to the sum
mary of losses published In tho list of
mci chant vcsbcls of the United States
Jiiht Issued by Commissioner Chamber
lain, of tho Bureau or Navigation, of
tho Department of Cotnmcico nnd La
bor, Tho loss of sailing vessels, princi
pally by foundering, resulted In (lie
death of 107 persons; with steam ves
sels 87 lives xvcro lost. Tho principal
disaster in the year was the toumlei
lug ot the steamship Arcadia, which
sailed from New York for Honolulu,
xxlth 37 on board. In tho foundorlng
ol the Pere Murquotte Ferry No, 1, on
Lake Michigan, 27 persons were lost.
In nil, 159 steam vessels were lost.
Tho United States Army tianopoit
Shcrmnn, for the Philippine Islands
with 250 enlisted men of tho Klghlli
Infantry, rot- Malnbank, 200 enlisted
men for Jnfo, arid 299 enlisted men
for Znmboangn, togcthor xvith olllcors
nnd somo civilian passengers, sailed
shortly after 1 o'clock this iiftorn'odn.
The Sherman took on a consign
incut of mall that luul been left here
by tho Japanese steamer Tonyo Mnru,
Tho Sherman Is duo to arrive! nt Ma
nila on or about March 10th.
Per P. M. S. S. Siberia, from Hong
kong xla Japan potts, Feb. 1C For
Honolulu: ft. A. Allen J. M. Dytr,
Mrs, C. A.'Urown, Miss Helen Robin
bon. Thiough: R. Reck, Mrs. K. Reek
mul liirnnt, Chas. Ilond, H. !(, Cnld
xxelf.'Mrs. L, P. Colton, T. Orlluyc
ijofr, Dp. J. F. Kemp, I.lh Cnting, Miss
K. B. McLoiruii, Miss M. J,, Ncispii,
omiiiii ixuiuHr ijiiasu, miss , pi.
Todd, Mrs, K. M. yan Ilusldrk, F. W.
White. Fiom Yokohama: Miss H. 8.
Ailing, R.. 0. Andrcxvs. It, florhnui
11. u. p minor, r. M. Rah
TO GREET THE
Oreat preparations In Chinatown for
Iho celebration of tho Chinese Now
Year tomorrow aro In order today.
Tho Chinese Consulate on Sheil'dan
street, tho Chinese societies and club
houses, xvhicli aro already decorated
appropriately for tho occasion, will lie
thrown open to callers generally.
All over Chinatown tho now nation
al flag of China, tho flvc-barrcd ban
ner, which Is reported to hnx-o been
ndoptcd by ho nexv Republic of, Chi
na, arc being dlsplnxcd conspicuously.
The revolutionary flags, too, which
have been flying proudly over China
town, arc still Rccn on many houses.
Hut Irrespective of tho different vari
eties of Celestial flags, all Chinese, will
eclcbrnto "Konohl Day" tomorrow.
At' 12 o'clock tonight xvhlstles nnd
Ilrccrnckcis will burst forth In China
town nnnutincing tho birth of a now
Now Year will bo commemorated
this xear as never before, on account
of tha establishment of a republican
form of government in China. Thoso
xx ho haxc stood by Dr. Sun Ynt Sen
though sorry tn sco him step doxvn
fiom tho pi evidential chair, xvill co
operate In celebrating the dny with
(he admirers of President Yuan Shlh
Tho fact thnt China has become a
republic Is siifllclcnt renson for the
Chlncso to feci jubilant oxer tho cele
bration of "Konohl Day."
Chinese Consul Chen Chtng Ho, who
had expected to hear from tho Repub
lic of China with reference to its po
litical affairs, did not receive any ca
blegram this morning from President
Yuan Shlh Kal, hut the Consul expects
one some tlmo today.
From 9:30 until 11:30 o'clock to-
morroxv forenoon Consul Chen Chiug
Ho will hold a reception ut tlio Con
sulnto on Sheridan street. It Is ex
pected that Fcdcrai, Territorial nnd
City ofllclals xvill bo among tho call-
els' on the Consul, As (o members nt
the Consular Corps, it Is doubtful. It
Is likely thnt the foreign Consuls hero
xvill not be picscnt In their official
capacities. They may come thero,
howover, privntcly. Tho band will be
Tomorroxv and probably continuing
until next Thursday, business In Chl-
naloxvn xxlll bo suspended. Thero xvill
bo athletic stKirts at Honolulu Park
and Athletic Park tomorroxv.
ON THE ROCKS
Plans for tho nexv lighthouse on Kl
laticn Point, Kuual, havo recently been
received here, sent out from Washing
ton, nnd nt headquarters of the 19th
Llghthouso District, Superintendent
of Construction A. V.. Arlcdgo Is noxv
able to flguro on tho many problems
xxhlch confiont tho men who put up
nnd maintain Undo Sam's aids to nav
igation. The site of the big new light Is on
n rocky headland more than 100 feet
nhoxo tho heavy sons thai continually
pound tho foot of the- perpendicular
cliff. Overland transportation ts out
of tho question oxvlng to Iho expense
of tho haul by plantation railroad nnd
wagon, nnd so It has been decided to
rig-a derrick on the cllfr, nnd hoist nil
tho material for tho reinforced con
crete llghthouso nnd the three kcop
crs' houses from small boaU. The
Ironwork Is being fashioned In San
Francisco mux-, and xvhon It arrlxc
tho Kukiil xxlll transport; all material
to tho scene of operations, and tho ex
citing work pf getting' It Into place
"Wo Bliould bo ready to start con
struction about Juno 1," said Light
house inspector Sahm this morning.
"Tho bRo makes the work something
out of the ordinary, but I don't an
ticipate any particular' trouble In rais
ing tho material and getting It Barely
there. Next month tho Kiikut 'will
placo the txvo small lights at 'tiann
pepo uud Lac O Koknle. but that Is a
Job of only a few days."
Tho tender Kukul will hnvo her noxv
wiielosn working In n fo xvdays. Aloif-
zo Edwards, who Is to be the oponl
lor, arrived on tho transport day be
foio yesterday and has commenced
tho xxork of Installation.
CHUN DUCK SOON ' "'
Chun Duck Soon, Korean, convict,
xx ho burglarized A. P, Tuylor's real
deuce in M111111.1 after ho escaped fro'm
cfiihu Jull, wds this morning commit
ted to tho' Circuit Court for trial by
Pollco Judge MoiiKiirrat
The Judge Mated that he xxas con
vinced thiit thero xvas sulllcicnt evi
dence for" tho grand Jury to bellexo
that tho Korean xx-ns guilty. It Issuld
tb.it counsel xxlll lie emplojcd to de
rend Komi xvhen bis trlul comes oft III
tin Circuit Court,
Kentucky's proposed nntl-tlpplug
laxv passed .the loxver hniiko of tlio
Following notice received by table
Marshal Hendry yesterday afternoon
motored doxvn to Ilalclxvu nnd arrest
ed C. E. Wynn Johnson, a wealthy
Rrltishcr. on n chargo of having Whit
en the Shcrlmnn anti-trust law at Ju
Arriving at tlio hotel tho Marshal
told .trie 'manager, whom ho had pio
ylously notified liy phone, that he had
come'for his man aiin! ,was tnjit 'ln,;ro
ply that he was eating, Hendry,, sat
down on tho Inn a I anil waited. When
lunch was over the manager. 'brought
Johnson mil and- Introduced nlm t to
thn Mnfilint who nvn1fllnt.fi nla tinaf-
tlOHti Jnhtisnil nalrn.l Mint thr rhnrpn'
bo read oyer to him and be then asked
fcr ivermlsslon to change' his clothe.
Five minutes Inter he was speeding
toward Honolulu xvith tho Marshal
and no ono at the hotel 'knew nny-
thlna about an arrest bclne made. On
the way up Johnson chatted to tlio
Marshal and told him that ho hud not
been In Alaska for tho Inst thrco
He Is n married man and tho fam
ily llxc on his big ranch near Alkali
Lakes. Owing to an accident he sus
tained somo tlmo ago Johnson has tii
get awny for tho xvlntcrs, however,
and that Is why, ho came tq Honolulu
uccauso no icois mat mis is tno
lest winter climate In the world.
Ho was brought beforo Commission
er Charles S. Dnvls this nftcrnnon,
when tho bond was Anally fixed upon.
uist night It was settled nt J1W0.
May De an Old Case.
Johnson was arrested yesterday uf
Iqrnoon nt tlio llnlclwa Hotel by the
United States Marshal. on a calilcd In
dictment from Alaska. Tho arrest, It
Is understood, Is one of tho moves In
connection xvlth n campaign against
violators of tho Sherman nntl-tnnt
laxv In tho Torrltory of Alaska, and It
Is said that tho Department of Jus
tlco Is moving In connection with the
famous Cunningham coal land claims
on which action hus been so long de
r Johnson halls frpip., Ilrltlsh Colum
bia and i's reported (to bo'n million
aire. Tho indictments were issued
by tho Federal Grand Jury at xluncau,
Alaska, and the'natter haa kepi the
cables busy for some tlmo past.
Tho first Intimation that Marshal
Hendry received xvns when Marshal
Faulkner of Juneau ordered hlin to
run Johnson down and hold him if he
tried to get to Rrttlsh territory ngaln.
A search for Johnson fulled for somo
tlmo and then ho xvas located at Ha
lelxya. The clow was picked up
thiough tho Immigration returns In
which Johnson stated that he had not
bccn'ln Skngwny for tho last throo
years. Tho Marshal learned at llalt;
Iwa that Johtisdn xvns nlnmilnc;,to go
back to Ilrltlsh Columbia on tho
steamer Makurn this month mid ac
cordlngly ho cabled to Juneau for suf
flclcnt details to swear out a xvarrant
After a foxv more cables had been
received there enmo ono with a largo
part of tho Indictment In. At the
present tlmo thcio aro two pending In
Hi First District Court, of Alaska. Tiio
details showed that ho was a co-de
fendant xvlth tho North Pacific Wharf
and Trading Company of Sttagwuy. It
added further that a .bench 'xxrarraut
had been Issncd 'for Ills Immediate ar
rest. Hendry was ordered to deliver
him to the court at Juneau or If that
court hnd adjourned to hold him un
til the noxt session. . . t
Following his nrrcBt ho was brought
. ... . .' .i -..--
ui iionoiinu. xynere no was met by ox -
Governor George R Carter and Attorj
Car eSrht ?Jl "?nlt i" L . "
ball of J1000.
Declares Not Guilty.
According to a statement niado by
Johnson, ho declares that ho has no
Idea why ho has been arrested. Ho
says that acting for his company ho
I built a wharf jnany years ago on tho
osagxvny wntenront. as tho town
gioxv other wMinrvcs were built, but
the ony lbcntlohs left, wele li shallow
wator and gradually all the trade
camo to tho company's whnrf and Iho
iilhops wcnt.'out of business. Then tho
railroad came along and" that natural
ly threw all Iho buslnoss Into tho
hands of Johnson's company.
Johnson ndmlts that It Is imsellilo
that theso conditions may havo been
mlscoiislrued! Ho '.Insists Vinwivr
Hhiit'hls comimily 'never had aliy
agreement with tho fallioail" com
Pny which could hit construed Into a
violation of the 'nti-trustr laws.
When the matter enmo 'before Com
missioner Dm is this afternoon It xvas
announced by United States District
Attorney rtolfr-rt,.w Hrcckdn-i tn'it lie
cuso bud bceh continued u;itll Jto'nduy
afternoon ut L' o'clock.'
Tills course xxua undertukeli', It la
understood. In order that Johnson
might bo able to fable for further par
ticulars, Coming from the court this
aflern'oon and entering tlio Young Ho.
tel, Johnson iiurchuse'il a cony 'of tlie
II u 1 1 o' t'j n and Immediately proceed
ed to look for tiu st,ppy of )U arrest.
Chloroform and thice doctors xxeio
necessnry to stop MrB.' A, i-ox of
Ames, Ia from laughing over her
dnugliter's story concernlmr n ii .
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(Coniinutcl from Paat 1)
Tnft League will not havo to build up
sepa'iate precinct' ofganltntlons.
Noa W Alull Delegate Kublo's po
sition 'piilplhlic'd In the. 'Bulletin
yesterday xx-ns nil rlAht He must run
again for Delegate lo CohgrcVj.' In
ttiy opinion hf Iiiim done xxcll In the
past, anil xf Uncertainly do .b'cflcr.' In
the future. He, l-i n good mnn,1' unit
the Kuhlo-Frerir controversy should
not deter him 'from running' again. I
il'ilnlc be xxlll lii'much'' stronger nt the
coml'ngt campaign, than lJeforc.
.fiiinea It. Ilnvil Di-feirate Knhlosnll-
swryeiicrdny" was Rood and right to
the point. Ills light against Frenr
should not he considered politically, ns
It Is rather personnl. t admire hlin
for the Ktnnd ho lias taken for tho
Hawaiian nnd their children, who
have been attacked by the Advertiser
hnd tlie Star. I know that Kuhlo Is
for Tiitt and bis administrating olid
It seems to me that the proper thing
for ny the llcpuhl leans to do nt this
time Is tn stand for nnd support Taft.
EIGHtFIR(VIS BID!! !'
ON ARMY SUPPLIES
Seven local concerns nnd ono out
side Arm; tendered proposals for sup
plying the, constructing qiinrtcrmnstor
of tlio Department, of Hawaii with a
number of Implements am) tools, In
cluding mixers, tanks, snxvs, railroad
iron, wagons, engines nnd a dozen
nticr nrticlcs needed for construction
work nt Schoflcld Dnrracks and other
Rids were opened yesterday, but up
to 2 o'clock this afternoon Cnptuln
Kd wards had not compiled figures to
show which bidder xvns low man.
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BISHOP ESTATE WANTS
MORE LAND AT PUUL0A
Land Commissioner Charles H. Judd
made u trip yesterday to Piiuloa to
Inspect sopie land thnt thn Illshnp Es
tate has mndo application for. Tim
piece In question Is thnt occupied by
tho dredging company, and the citato
wishes to obtain n leasehold of It.
The Ulshop Estate property com
pletely shuts It oft from tho road, and
It Is, po, ui.0 to njiyono except It, On
the understanding that tho dredging
company may still have the use of It,
In all probability the lease xvill bo
NAMES FOR "STREETS
(Continued from Paga 1)
San .Antonio Street,
Perry Street (named oftnr tho (lrst
Portuguese Consul In Hawaii, father
of Justlco Perry).
Bernlco Street niter Chlcfess Rer
nlco P. Bishop),
Frear Street (after Governor W. F.
Reservation for a park Is inudo on
tho nrea hounded by Frear street, lo
lanl Avenue, Alupui street and Magel
Two other small parks will bo laid
out, one on the Wnlklkl side of Perry
street and the otbor on tlio innuka bIiIo
of Lusltana street near the Holy
GliQst society's chapel.
fountains or circles ot palms xvill
probably be placed nt the Junctions of
Iolaut and Magellan avenues, Magel
lan and Captain Cook Avenues, nnd
I'unciiboxvi nriyo nnd Kamninalu nvo-
Anotner good site for a foun-
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07n.ffio K n.J. i;iUn. k'hd" Al."
I ?) Mh' l-Ft unsightly electric
FLORAL PRIZES DISPLAYED.
Chairman Elmer Cbcathnin of tho
prlr.es and decorations committee of
the 1112 Klnrol Parade bus finished the
task of assembling und securing all
of the ninny prize and decorations of
fered, and they xyero put on display
this afternoon at KhlcVs & Co.
Tho tenders foj- the Hllo wharf will
not bo called for some time jot, ns
thore is n mai.8 ol (totalled work to bo
done In connection faith tho gathering
of iiatsi The di ill scow has been un
lihlo to do anx' wryk during the fast
fow weeks owing to the heavy weath
er. ' '
Tho cmdcmnntlnn suit papers In
cnimectlort xxlth the oponlug of Frog
lane xxcre lllcd In the Circuit Court
his morning. Thefo are twbnty-ono
defendants minted Iiosldos whole gen
erations of the Doc, Ulue and Dlack
families. h " -1
The powers are discussing the ie
newal or tho triple alliance of Ocr
inuny, Austrla-Hdngury nhd Itdlly,
lf , , ., Friday. Feb. 16.
Hnngkdng via Japan ports Slbe
tl. P. M. H. 8.. a. m.
Friday, Feb. "16.
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