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fr -1PPW f .Steamer Tabic. "One advertisement in the home It wort hundred on the highway." Evening Bulletin From 3. F. Alameda Mar. Coptic , ,.Mar. For 8. F. Alameda . . Gaelic . . .. From 8ydney. Moana For Sydney. Mlowera , .. if ..Mar. 19 ..Mar. 24 wnw .Apr, gajirj i IvM NEWSY ENTERTAIISIISa DELIGHTFUL Voi.. X. No. 200(1." V HONOLULU, TE11R1TORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MAHOII 10 1002 'ition 5 Oknts. -syr, I NBHI IS . " To Infus6 New Life Into the Affairs of Hawaii. IIARTWELL'S CAMPAIGN AND CARTER'S PRESSURE Pres3 Bureau Started Up to Extol Dole and Defame His Oppo nentsNo Effect on( President. Washington. Teh. 28 (Special (The coming of George It. Carter to Wash ington Is being eagerly watched by his political friends. To the present time, Mr. Carter has not put In an appear ame It Is believed he Is now In llos ton and will reach Washington within a few das. Perhaps the most anxious prisons In Washington concerning Mr. Carter arc the representatives here of the Dole government. Thecc represcntatlvs under the lead cishlp of Gen. Hartwcll have been waging a vigorous campaign In the Intereu of Goernor Dole during every moment of the time since the an nouncement was made that President Hoosevelt Intends making a radical change in Hawalsn governmental af fairs Gen. Hartwcll It Is said has access to the columns of the Washington Star and that paper has almost dally devot rd columns of editorial and nous spate to the laudation of Governor Dole anil the dUpnragemcnt of all who do not think that Dole Is the sum total of all that is desirable In a governmental offlicr. Nor Is the campaign in Dole's bclialt confined to articles in the Stat It Is being carried on through the col' umns of various Now England papers ami b numerous personal Interviews with tte Presldent'liy lliVpole, adher ents, r - It Is the purpose of these supporters of Mr Dole to bring all the pressure possible upon Mr. Carter before he has his Interview vltli tho President to In duce him to support the retention of Hole In offlCe. It is known, however, that all this editorial and personal ef fort and the pressure (hat may bo brought to bear on Mr. Carter will have nn avail In the determination of tho President to Infuse ncV life Into Ha waiian affairs, N J. A. DRECKONS. TO 80S TUB WORLD. I.ouIe Reynolds of Honolulu, son of C. F. Reynolds, who has for several years Wn Identified with local steam khlpplng and who was always one of ttit, most popular young men along the waterfront, left Honolulu as freight clerk In the navy collier Alexander on Thursday afternoon for Norfolk, Va. Ilejnolda Is taking a trip to see the world, starting his experiences by a voyage from the Pacific to Mis' Atlantic. It ma be a year or two before he aguln tees tho Paradise of the Pacific. Numbers of his friends saw him de p.irt and many lets adorned his Jovial persoc. SOLDIER WHO CAN SHOOT. Corporal O'Rourko of the lSth In funtiy and now aboard the transpoit Warren, holds tho record In the army fur skirmish shooting nt a man target. Out of forty shots at distances ranging all the way from 600 to 100 yards, he put thirty-eight Into the almost imper ceptible target. One of the other shuts btruck on tho edge and could not ho counted, wbllo only one shot went wild. This record was made at Fort Sheridan. The Bulletin, 75 cents per month. look pleasant please ! are words entirely superfluous, when taking children's pictures at our studio because we have every facility for Interesting them and understand perfectly how to securo tho best and most characteristic baby pictures. . , Come and see our sample dis play. Rice & Perkins, i PHOTOGRAPHERS. Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and Union Sts. Entrance on Union. i TWO DOLES TO TRAVEL TOGETHER . Governor Dole, when seen this morn' Ing by a Bulletin reporter, said lio had no additional Information regarding his summons to Washington by Prcsl dent Koosevclt'to what had been al ready publlahcd. "I hae received no letter whatever from Washington by this mall," said the Governor. "I shall leave here either in tho Ala' meda or the Sierra." Asked If anyono would accompany him, Private Secretary Hanes being mentioned, tho Governor said: "No. I should like tq take Mr Hawes along, but there ts no appro priation, j. "However, the Attorney General Is going to Washington, and we shall go together." 0 TEN DOLLARS EACH FOR SHORT RATIONS McCarthy Case Going to the Jury - John W. Wilson's Fine Ordered Refunded More Immoral Goods. Judge Gear overruled another motion to discharge William McCarthy, on trial for assault, made by Mr. Ulttlng this morning after tho evidence was all In. Tho ground of motion was In sub stance that the prosecution had not made out a caso according to the in dictment. Closing nrgument to the Jury began forthwith. Judge Humphreys granted a motion to refund to John II. Wilson $100 pen' nlty for disobeying the Injunction which the Supreme Court has decided Should be dissolved! In the case of Territory vs. MiiuoKaiam ami wnson lelatlre to taking sand from between high and low water marks upon Wat klkl beach fronting on the first-named defendant's premises. Alimony was denied by Juage Hum phreys In the Machlda divorce, case. Judge Estee rendered an oral deel slon this morning, awarding $10 dam ages to each of the sailors of tho ship A. J. Fuller for short rations on voy age. Tills is naif of the rmount the sailors claimed l'. S. District Attorney Dreckons has laid another information against ccr tain articles of Immoral purpose Im ported from Japan. There arc 2314 ar tides lu this batch sought to be con' ilemiied. Pill (APT. PARKER OUT At about 7 o'clock last night, a tele phone message was sent to the police .station ordering Captain Pohaku to the end of tho Llllha street extension of the Rapid Transit Co. at King street. Pohaku went'thcre and was ordered to arrest Griggs, the conductor of the car that makes regular trips up and down Llllha street. Pohaku took Griggs In charge and escorted him to the police station. Captain Parker ar rived a little later ' and preferred against the young man tho charge of assault and battery. Ho then ordered the clerk to release the man to appear this forenoon at 9' 30 o'clock. Griggs gave tho following story to a Uulletln reporter upon his arrival at the police station- "Wo have our or ders, to allow to ride frco those men who have numbered badges. Nothing was said about Captain Parker and i did not know him when he got on my car lost night. He showed me his badge and I told him I could not recog nize It. Parker Insisted upon riding and I told him he would havo to pay or get off the car. Ho would not do as I said so the motorman and myself put him off. There was no violence w batever. We simply did our duty and used no more1 force than was necessary to get Captain Parker off the car." Hiss Roosevelt To Stay at Home Washington, March J,-It Wis learn ed tonight that tho' reason fy''' Miss Alice Roosevelt will not attend the coronation of, King Edward VII 1b be causo it has been found practically Impossible) for her to go simply as a young American girl traveling private iy In tho household ot Special Embas sador Rule. ' When Miss Roosevelt's status be came a matter of international discus sion the President first considered tho advisability of canceling the visit, but not until it was found that an Invita tion to visit tho King and Queen was on the way to America was it decided tnnt, In vlow of the oxtremo youth of Miss Roosevelt and the international conditions as well as courtesies she would bo called upon to mcot, the English visit and all Its delights would nave to bo relinquished, oil MOIETY KM S1 Entire Assets Will Be Sold After Twenty Days' Notice. JUDGE HUMPHREYS GRANTS APPLICATION FOR ORDER Attorney Magoon Presents Draft and Conditions of Sale Are Arranged In Court This After- noon, Fred W. Wundenbcrg, receiver of tho Kona Sugar Company, Limited, appeared with his attorney, J. A. Ma' goon, beforo Judge Humphreys this forenoon to apjily for an order of salo -if the corporation s property. This was In pursuance of the pre Ioub order of the Court discharging tho receiver conditionally upon his be ing paid $7000 to cover his expendi tures and fee as receiver within fif teen dayr. Judge numphroys granted the ap plication, announcing that hn would sign an order of salo upon presenta tion In approved form. Tho sale is to Le advertised for twenty days In ad- ancp thereof In the dally edition of the Evening uulletln and In the Hllo Till'iinc, weekly, as often as tho lat ter may be issued within that period. Mr Magoon read a draft of order, which tho Judge amended as the rrad Ins and comments of the attorney pro lecdcd. Judgo Humphreys agreed with tho iccommendatlon that the assets of tho company siioitld bo sold entire. They would probably be bought In by tho bondholders. It would require a largo amount of personal property to bo sold to yield $7000, besides which there- were mechanics' Hens upon the mill, Judge Humphryes. in granting tho application, remarked that If tho crcd Itors could not raise $7000 to protect l.vO.nOfti'lt ftecmed'tiBetoss to expect that they would be 'able to obtain money. If the time were extended, to continue tho enterprise The suggestion was approved that tho successful bidder at luo sale should bo required only to pay a per centage of cash, giving a bond for the remainder. Judge Humphreys fixed the ensh payment at 10 per cent, which with a bond for the balance shall he deposited In tho First National Bank of Hawaii. This arrangement was made in recognition of tho existing stringency of tho local money market. TRAINS JUMPS THE TRACK ON SOUTHERN PACIFIC Passengers Cremated While Cars Pile Against Engine and are Quickly Consumed Many Injured. San Antonio, Texas, March 7. A broken rati caused a frightful wreck on tho Southern Pacific Railway near Maxon station, twenty-five miles west of Sanderson, at 3 oclock this morn' Ing. From tho latest reports received hero fifteen persons were killed and twenty-eight were more or less injur ed. The Dead Thrco children of Mart Riddle of Chetopa, Kaus., Estavon Contraras, Androw C. Shelly, wife and child. Loire, Texas; child of D. E. Houscn, Racine, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. White, Manitowoc, Wis.; Engineer Al Mast, El Paso, Texas; Fireman II Ilertschost, El Paso, Texas; L. A Boone, news agent, Doylet, La.; Chris Keel, contractor, San Antonio; W. W, Price, engineer, San Antonio, Tho ill-fated train left Baa Antonio at noon Thursday, two and a half hours late, and at the tlmo the acci dent occurred was running at a high rate of speed to make up time. The road at the point where the wreck oc curred Is In a rough country, tho curves being sharp and the grades heavy. It was when rounding a curve that tho train left tho track, It Is said, on account of a broken rail. Tho hour was 3 a, m., fifteen hours after the train had left San Antonio, showing that It was still behind time. All tho passengers wero asleep, and tho shock that followed was the first Intimation they had of tho danger. Tho train was going at such a rate of speed that tho tender and cnginu landed seventy five feet from where they left the rails. The cars behind piled up against thu engine, caught fire, and nil were con sumed, except the sleepers, A private car owned by Thomas Ry an of New York City, with his family aboard, was attached to tho rear of tho train, hut It was pulled away be fore tho fire reached It, and no ono In It was Injured, All tho Injured In tho coaches Just behind the express and baggage cars wore cremated. Tho people In tho sleepers wero saved with the aBslsti once ot the uninjured passengers. Bulletin, TSc oer month. H FREAR ADMITS ERROR "You admit ou are wrong, yet ou refine to correct your error. Hood morning! Good morning! Good morn Ing!" With the foregoing ejaculations At torney George A. Davis closed an In tervlew he had with CMcf Justice Frear this morning relative to the Wal ter G. Smith contempt case. Yesterday afternoon Mr. Davis call ed Judge Gear's attention to a flaw in the writ of habeas corpus granted to Smith by the Uilef Justice. It was that the prisoner had never been drought beforo Into court on the writ, a formality usually observed before granting ball or even the order Itself. Judge Gear consulted with Judges Humphreys and Robinson, the conclu sion of all three being that the writ of habeas corpus was null and void Mr. Davis Intimated that he would submit the matter amtcauiy to the Chief Justice and If tho latter would not correct the error Mr Davis would apply for a citation to High Sheriff Drown fur contempt of court for ills obeying the sentence of Smith, Chief Justice Frear, on being seen by Mr Davis this morning, ndmlttcd that he had committed error In grant ing ball without having the prisoner before him, but said tho error was im material and declined to take any ac tion. Up to going to press High Sheriff Ilrown had not been cited for con tempt. , UlItlKA lUHM ANAKOIA FIRST BIG STEAMER TO LOAD SUGAR THERE Good Weather Enjoyed But Storm Threatened and Captain Weedon Came Away Soontr Than Expected. With almost ono thousand tons ot sugar aboard tho Globe Navigation company's steamer Eureka, Captain Weedon, returned to port nt an early hour this morning from Anahola where Bho went four davs ago to take on pari of her sugar cargo for the Coast. Agent L. K. Heche was a pusscnger in the Eurokn. having Joined the ves sel at Anahola Just before her depar ture frqm that port. Tho Eureka experienced tho finest ol weather at Anahola, llng at untliiii while tho surf boats brought her su gnr The thousund tons was put aboard In two and u half days, allow ing nine hours to the day The Eu reka Is at present discharging the bal ance of her Seattle cat go at Brewer's wharf She will move Into the stream when this work is completed and there take on about 1800 tons more sugar from Island steamers. She expects to sail for the Coast on Thursday Agent Rcebc has received word from Seattle that the Tamplco was to leave that port on tho 10th Inst. The Tam plco will arrive here about u-week from today. Loading sugar aboard a large steam er at Anahola has been proved by the Eureka to be a success In good weath er. What It would be nke In rough seas and stormy winds yet remains to be seen. Tho Eureka Is tho first ves sel of Its size to go to Anahola for sugar. The Island steamers returning from Kauai ports this morning say that the weather was about to ihnngo when they left and that there were signs ol stoimy winds. It was reported from Anahola that the good weather enjoy ed by the Eureka had about worn It self out and that the signs pointed to a sudden change to condition less peace ful. Tho Eureka was not looked for to return to this port until tomorrow morning. Captuln Weedon Is credited with running no risks of an unfavor able change and bringing the Eureka out of Auahola befoie ho could be caught by the threatened storm. Cap tain Weedon la complimented by local steamship men for his cautiousness and foresight. KAISER WANTS HOLLAND. Ttie Hague, Marcli 6. Prof. Ernest von Halle, teacher of political economy in thc University ot Berlin, has pub lished a book In which he boldly states that Germany Intends to absorb Holland first economically, then po litically. The statement has created a deep Impression In political circles hero and is likely to win favor for tho demands of the Ministers of War nnd Marino for Increased appropilatlons for do fense. S. S, ALAMEDA, MARCH 19, Next express steamer to the Coast. Express closes 10 a. m. day of sailing. Wells. Farp & Go. Express TEL. MAN 199. Masonic Temple, with American Messenger Service. Hi WORK Chinese Vegetable Farm May Be Irreparably Damaged. PLAINTIFF IS REQUIRED j TO GIVE $5000 BOND! Judge Robinson Finds a Prima Facie Case for Temporary Injunction To Be Made Out. Judge Robinson tnls morning ren dered an opinion In the equity csbo of Sun Quong Man Company vs. Walklkl Land and Loan Association and Hono lulu Rapid Transit and l-nnd Company. He granted a temporary injunction against the construction of tho elec crlc railway across the leasehold of plaintiff, but orally required a bond In $50un from plaintiff for damages to (lie Rapid Transit Company and Cou :rnetor McKee, which might be proved In the event of a dismissal of tho bill .ur in.iriuniit.iiu injunction. nsays" P g son says in this rauso the plaintiff unques tionably establishes by Its bill a taBe for the Issuance of the temporary In junction prayed for pending the final determination of the cause, and, In the absence of any showing on the part of the defendants sufficient to overcome or controvert the prima facie rase thus made. Is entitled to the temporary In junction prayed for as a matter of course. Tho opl) question to he con sldered Is whether or'niit the defend Biuvit.il in niiviin i vii iiuv viivt v,i'iv;i,ii- ants, nr either nr nnv r them. In their several returns to tho order t6 sbow . .... . . , . .. , ... -ause heretofore Issued herein and In tho affidavits in support of such re turns, make n showing sufficient to nvercomeor rontroveit the prima fa cle caso made by complainant's bill." After examining the case In all Its aspects, in tne igni tit tne auwormas' rueu ny counsel, hip .muge savs ne iw "led to the conclusion that the returns or the several respondents fall to at- compllsh any such result." If irreparable Injury or Irrcmcdlab.o mlschler Is caused to tho plaintiff by, he acts of t.Tc defendants, then a tern- porary Injunction should Issue, and i this ulthough thu title to tho premises be In litigation. The1 premises de- scribed In this bill nre utilized for the raising ot vegetables, and for might that appears to tho contrary they are unsulted tn any other numose ' "It Is no menu difficult to estimate oi ascertain tho damage done to n glowing crop than It Is to estimate orj ascertain the damage done to a mlno by the removal of the ore. or to a ' tract of timber land by the removal of the timber, or to u coal mine by the lemotal of the coal The destruction of trees, plants. Iinibs.vtc, In a prop - r ease, constitutes Irreparable clam- am.. "In mv Judgment." the Judge pro- ceeds, "tho purpose of a temiorary In- Junction Is to maintain existing condli tlous pending the flnnl determination of a suit to adjudicate the rights of tho respective parties, and In the case at bar that purpose can ho attained only b the Issuance or the temporary In junction prayed for" He goes on toiay that tho defend ants can only, sustain such damages from n temporary Injunction as may be caused by delay nnd which may be ampl) cqmpensated for by, an under taking In a sufficient amount condi tioned for the payment of all loss or d.imnge. Including costs, that may be sustained by defendants In case tho Injunction should be dissolved upon motion or upon final determination nt the cause. On the other hand, the plaintiff might sustain Irreparable In jury and Irremediable mischief If the acts complained of are continued, and tho nffldnvlt of ono of the defendants in suppuit of his return substantially A NEW HYGIENIC SHOE FOR WOMEN Havo you seen It? A neat Oxford (4li made of tho softest kid, with elk lildo solo and rubber heels, Just the thing for houso wear or for those who are on their feet a good deal. It Is also, propel ly, a shou for muses, , . $2,50 BUYS A PAIR - If you w ish a neat-looking shoe and one that glvos solid comfort, try a pair. Manufacturers Shoe Store I05T admits that such acts will be con tinned F M Drooks fur the plaintiff, and I' M Hatch and H. II McClanahan for defendants attended the reading of tho decision. Mr McClanahan said tho smallest amount of bond for possible damages for delay which the Rapid Transit Companj would accept should be $5000. and then tho contractor wai under n bond which was under proc ess of forfeiture by stoppage of work. Judge Robinson informed him that there could not be forfeiture on ac ! count of suspension of worlc ny the In I junction P010 Al HE UK GREAT GAME WILL BE PLAYED AT THE PARK I I Reds and Blue3 to Contest Best Players Have Been Selected From Various Local Teams. At 3:30 o'clock this afternoon tl.b great McKtnley memorial polo gamo will be plnjod at Kaptolanl Park be tween the Reds and the Blues. Thu line-up of the teams will be as follows: Reds a. Potter 1. R. W. Shingle 2, W. F. Dillingham 3, R. Atkinson back Ulues A. F. Judd 1, Lieut. Hancock 2, George Angus. 3, C. S. Dole back. The officials of the day will be: s. n, mnlr.. Alhort Walprhnusn "d C V Dickey, referees: J. P. Efd- man and F. T. P. Waterhouse, lines men; Ernest A. Mott-Sniith, time keeper The game will bo played In four pe riods of 15 minutes duration each. There will be Intervals of 7 -minutes between each period and tn'o mlnuto Intervals after each goal. Preparations have been made In va rious wajs to make the event a suc- lesHful one and ull who attend can . . , certainly look forward to a good time, ,.,. 1 1(1 l. lH , me jerriionai unnu win ij i -tendance and as the prlrfclpal business houses In the city will close early in the afternoon In order to allow their emplojes to attend the game and thereby Incidentally swell tho memor ial fund, there Is sure to be an un- , croW(1 ln attendance. . ... . .. n A,-i,a nint,Ai mil , Th, '" .arc a" Cyl S!" from the various teams which havo been Plny'iR 'lrIn8 thc, Pt ccason and It Is difficult to tell which team will come off victorious although odds are possibly In favor of the Reds, The field has been rolled and put In Krneral good order under the aup-rn- tPn,ience of C W Dickey and Is now In ,, Bllape fnr thc game , . IS . , Wasnington, .vinrcn o .vn in"..."' ' uons now point to tnw pubnunc u, u n,- rarngun .canal bill oy me oenaio nine question can bo brought to a toip. ino strong report of thc sub-committee against ranama nas innuencea u.uu) members and tho passage of the bill as It came from me Mouse is now pro- dieted. A largo majority of the Democrats in tho Senato favor Nicaragua, and It Is said thcro will bo no obstructive tac tics. While tho Senate Is becoming more favorably disposed toward a Ni caragua canal diplomatic obstacles havo arisen In the way of the acquisi tion of American control of that route. New protocols, authorizing tho United States to construct tho canal, must bo negotiated with Nicaragua and Costa Rica. This action Is necessary as the result of tho discovery that tho proto cols negotiated last spring are no lon ger of effect. As Congress swings to ward Panama or Nicaragua, so tho country controlling the route which seems to bo favored insists upon im posing harder terms. 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