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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 02, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Image 1',
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E V ENING
Publicity HasFar Reaching Effect
The moit valuable asset any business
can possets Is intelligent, courteoul
salespeople, who take an Interest In
tl eir work. The next best In Hono
lulu is EVENING BULLETIN adver
tising space intelligently written.
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5175.
20 PAGES. HONOLULU,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MARCIi 21912. 20 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS.
U. S. TROOPS STOP CHINESE MASSACRE
GRAND JURY ON OAHU JAIL SCANDAL
That Hip charge of assaiiMIng a fo
tn.ilu prisoner htoiight against Turn
key Hobtrt Ijevy of the Honolulu Jail j
who wiib Indicted hy the Terrlloiltilj
gland Jury ut noon today, Ik the out
come of a conspiracy In which some
if the guards uro Implicated, lx the
fcliitcment hoth of Levy niul of Jailer
.IhIIiih Audi. It In Raid that the
uitaids do not llko Levy owing to the
Itct that he lins rcKirted ninny of
them for vailous olfenses.
The fads as stated hy Ascli thlx
morning ao nrs folio wh:
"The alleged occurrence happened
during the thuo 1 unit away ulclc,
l.ev reported to me that over) tlilun
was all light throughout the Jail and
then later In tho day the deputy told
imc of the charge against I .my. 1 got
tip from my hed and went to the Jail,
wheie I conducted a thorough lines
ligation, 1 am convinced that I.ety
had nothing to do with it, hut as to
who committed tlm crime. If It was
lominltlod, there Ik no evidence,
"The two wltneuh'OH against l)
iir the pilsouur, alluwallan girl, anil
u hoy nnmed Josopli who Ih nerving
tsentence at tho present tlnw, and who
has been In before, Tho evidence
they give and that given hy tho nfli
(Continued on Page 3)
Two thing" In Democratic clrclcn
overnight comlilntd to stir up the
smouldering niilniinlly between the
MiCnlidlecx mill l'Vru HiipiiorterM Into
whut looked thin morning like tlu be
gltiulngH of n real blaze.
The llrxt wax u story circulated ly
.lL(aiitllHM men to the elTtct that
Maor IVrn has cliaiiKi-d liW mind
about lieliig ii candidate for Delegate,
that he liax di'llnltily refuxed to allow
hlx inline to he used, anil that he lx
throwing nil Ills support now to Mc-
When thlx story reached Major
Kern ami his secretary, II. 11. Itlven
hurgli, they denounced It ax falxe, and
believed at uiuu that It Is being circu
lated ax a campaign urn to hurt
The story grew out of u meeting
last night In the seventh prccliiU of
the 1'ourth DlstrUt. Dcinocralx to a
goodly jiuiiiImI' were gathered in the
Occidental Hotel, mid Kern, who came
In late, made n speech in which he
said that lie would nbhlu by the will
of the convention
The MiCoudlexb men interpreted thU
to mean that he had withdrawn Thlx
morning I'luirlex Itarrou, who wax
present 'it the meeting and was one
(Continued on Page 7)
"lEe Boy Stood On IFe Burning Deck"
"I don't bcllove that such n bill will
eer pass the House, to say nothing of
the Senate," said Mr. I'M. l'olllt. thlx
morning, speak lug of the proposed bill
ot the Democratic Ways and Means j
Committee to place sugar on the free
"Such a bill In cot tain to break tho
Solid South, for Louisiana would cer-j
tn Inly go over lo tho Itepubllcunx with
her chief Industry menaced by bur
supposed political friends.
"If that hill hud been framed hy Re
publicans mill handed to the Demo
ciatu to put them In a very bad pollt
Teal position, It would have been clev
II ii I let I it Hunt Ad will rind II.
Hd rollllz received a cablegram this
morning announcing that the directors
of I'aauhau Sugar Plantation Co, had
declared n twenty-cent dividend pay
able on March 10.
The stockholders of the corporation
nt their meeting recommended to tho
dlicctors that they reduce the capital
stock of the company from JT'.noo.tiuo
to (I'.riOO.DilO. This means the reduc
tion of the par value of the shares
from K'H to $M, the number of shares
lemiillilng tho same
--- WMmmmiBJfiwsM&jmimm m h
VvV S J
I (Associated I'rx Cable.)
PEKING, CHINA, MARCH 2. MASSACRE Of" MISSIONARIES BY
THE CHINESE RIOTERS HAS DROUGHT ADOUT PRACTICAL INTER.
VENTION BY THE POWERS.
NEWS THAT MANY MISSIONARIES HAVE BEEN SLAUGHTERED
'AT PAOTINGFU, PROVINCE OF SHENSI, WAS FOLLOWED BY OR.
'DERS SENDING A STRONG DETACHMENT OF AMERICAN TROOPS
FROM TIENTSIN, WHERE THEY HAVE BEEN STATIONED FOR MANY
WEEKS, TO PEKING, AND THEY WILL ENDEAVOR TO CHECK THE
IT IS ANNOUNCED HERE THAT THE POWERS HAVE DECIDED
TO RUSH ALL THE AVAILABLE TROOPS TO THE DISTRICTS WHERE
THE OUTBREAKS AGAINST MISSIONARIES HAVE OCCURRED.
BANDITS DYNAMITE BANK
(Ansnrl.ltcil rri 'MMe I
MUnincsi., diidau, maun ... .
Five bandits last night dynamited the'
local branch of the Royal Bank. One
of them killed the son of the chief of I
police and wounded two othe.rs in a
desperate fight that followed the dyna.
mltlng. He was caught. No loot wa
TUCKER FOR LAND MAN
HAN ITIANCISCO, Cul , Mar S
llettx i aiial)xlx, r, fid; :irlt . 5 :ilf.
Previous itiotutlou, lfix 7d
FOR RENT MARCH 1st.
12-ROOM BRICK HOUSE and 2ROOM COTTAGE
Corner Beretanla and Mil ler Streets
H. . HENDRICK, Ltd.
OFFICES 2nd Floor, Merchant and Alakea
S ''(i' 'fr ;$! !! !
Land Commissioner Joshua II
Hoard of Medical i:uinlners Dr
tleorge Met belt
Hoard or Health Dr. V. C
! Hoard of Dental i:iimliiors-Dr
fhlllp V. Krear.
Ho.'iid of Agriculture and Kor-
I estiy Albert Wnlerhoiise
Joshua D Tuckir, Mcritury to the
'coiiimlsxl'iner of public lundx and clilef
link in the laud olllie, wax today In
dorsed by the executive coouulttie of
tile Republican Territorial central com
mittee for the position of commission
er of public lands, lift vacant three
iIiijh a"o h tlie resignation of i'luirlex
S J lid. I.
The loinmiltee indorsid for nap
lolntimut Hie nun named above, all
of whom have made cxiclhnt rifordx.
Mr. T'Jiki'i'x Indorxeiiient followid
(ourerenies In Id with (loMruor I 'rear
by iniiihrx of tlie committee, ami It
is i nnxlili red prut tlcnlly erlaln that
(lovirnor I'ritir will now appoint Mr.
TlKlici lleiieuil giiitlllcatlou lx ex.
nii'ssid that Tinker has been Indors
ed, and II lx billeted he will be tho
loan lo take hold of tangled alTalrs
and ttralghli u lliem out
The liidorxeini lit. II wti" nimouiued
by t'hiiiriiuiii "ioiei aft,r tlie meet
ing, was uuiniiiioiK Tliosi, ulteudlmt
in piri-on wi- I'halrman Ciuiper, C
l J. iiiex William Tliuiiipxuii and Clar
nice trible I'loxlex were xent for
(Hpeclal II 111 lull n ruble.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 2. A
cabinet conference today decided that
President Taft shall itiue a proclama
tion urging all citiiena to comply
trictly with the neutrality lawa along
the Mexican border. A note will be
ent to Mexico City warning all Amer
leant to leave if danger threatens.
tAssoclatwl frexx Cable )
LONDON, Eng., March) 2. Mrs.
Pankhunt, the suffragette leader, and
two others, have been Jailed for two
"montha and 124 arrested for disorder.
IrtMIe Job printing can alniits be
nlilaliieil from the It it 1 1 1 1 ii'h rum-
plelil) eiiulppi'tl Jab prlnlliig plant.
K t e ii I n g II ii 1 1 1 1 ii.
( Associated PrexM (7ulle.)
SEATTLE, Wash., March 2. WH.
Ham Jennings Bryan, who Ii here on
a lecture tour, today Iciued a state.
ment Indorsing the proposed Demo,
cratlc bills for free sugar and exten.
slon of the Income tax to make up for
the loss of revenue. . .
(Avwirt-iliMl rrejM c?fMe.)
LONDON, Eng, March 2. The
great coal strike has paralyzed all the
CHINESE TO PARADE IN
HONOR OF NEW REPUBLIC
IBlxtllll II II I let III Cahlo )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 2. Cal.
ifornla wine men have protested to the
Senate Judiciary committee against the
proposed bill preventing liquor ship
ments from "wet" to "dry" States.
Willi a parade through the slreeta
of Honolulu cairylng banners of vic
tory the local Chlnexo on tlie luornlii ;
of Mnrili IS will colcbralo the estab
lishment of the Republic of China
Supenlsor M. C Aniaua will he the
grand miiishsil of the ila, assisted by
Win II. Crawford, D. I. Akwal and
l.eoug Yul Slug, according lo prefcul
Tho pioceshlou will form In Aali
Park at in o'clock In Hut morning, aid
headed hy the Hawaiian baud and
probably it Chinese baud, will pasa
tlilougli Chluatowu and Hie piluclpil
streets of Honolulu.
The dale for the celebration was de
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STARVING, SHE KILLS
(Hiaelill 11 II I lei III Cable )
CALEM, Mass., Mar. 2. Mrs. L. F.
Jelhson, starving, has killed herself
and her four children, all by poison.
elded nt the iiKcllngx of the three,
Chinese Masonic societies, naniel) :
How I u g Sha. Wo On Set, and Kit
On Kill Kim, held 1. 1 i.t night In their
Icxpccllvo assembly halls.
In onler In make the occasion n
siKcexsful one, committees h:ne been
:ipKilnteil to make Iho Una! arrange
ments. The chairman of the decora
tions committee is W. W. Ahana.
I.um ('lie.' or lluckfeld & Co. will at
tend to the military purl of the pa
lade t'hlug Tstie San Is chairman
of the automobile and hack brigade
and the lloat section will ho hUperln
lemleil b Chock Slllg. These cam
tullteoH will hold another meeting tonight
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