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IJVriN'IXO lU'M.nTIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. TUKSDAY. FKI1. 2. 1904.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE 11. FAIUUNQTON.. Editor
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im inih ion1
Just to remind you that the
.KEII. 2. 1901.
Theie would be greater grief nt part
ing with J. Plerpont Morgan if the
"great enterprises" he has floated con
tained less worthless water paid for
with the coin of honest men.
Astor, Iloss Crokcr, nnd now- J.
Plerp Morgan have quit the confines
tf New York and gone to live In Eng
land, where they will be let alone. Eng
land Is welcome, thrice welcome.
Reports from the negotiations be
tween Ilussla and Japan recall the cus
tom of some Hawaiian orators who,
when speaking in their nntlvc tongue,
repeat the same Idea In a arlcty of
Senator Hnnna's friends now claim
that his boom Is intended for the Pres
idential nomination four years hence.
They may be taken at their word but
Mark Hanna Is rather old to be figur
ing on such Presidential futures.
Baseball Ijo8 decide that tho town
Is ready for a season that comes early
unil stays late. It all depends on tho
Myle of game tbe league puts up. Ho
nolulu could suppoit baseball the year
louml If the games aie closely con
Governor Caller Is named by a con
temporary not to allow- wild bulls to
catch him. The community at large
has always been of tho opinion that
Mr. Carter Is able to take care of him'
self without motherly suggestions
fiom cheerful Idiots.
Maul Republicans can't cnll better
men Into consultation than H. P. Bald
win and J. P. Cooke. These men ai
of the fair-minded school that abhors
factionalism and builds up a party by
drawing men to It, not firing them
out on purely factional grounds .
Popo Plus has created a great sen
h.itlon In the diplomatic circles of the
Vatican by requesting that ladles shall
not wear low cut gowns ut receptions
itttcnded by high officials of the
Church. Pope Plus ought not to nnd
terlous opposition to his contention
that clothes are made to wear.
John D. Rockefeller Is experiencing
tbe frequent sensation of 'having his
contributions to public Institutions re
fused. This makes the public insti
tution feel highly moral and It is not
lerorded that Rockefeller sheds tears.
If Rockefeller desires a lasting monu
ment Indicative of real philanthropy
lit- will rcduee'the prlco of oil for the
Assembly of tho heads of depart
ments at Hllo with the Governor will
fnnihh tho Crescent city with an in
spiration to boom tho removal of the
capltol to tho big Island. With tbe
Governor and his official family and
the Federal court all within a week,
the former County of East Hawaii at
least has no occasion to claim It has
One of the first Incidents of Sheriff
Andrews' return to authority is a pow
wow over a prisoner wearing a ball
nud chain. Andrews would not fro!
natural if ho were without trouble of
one kind or another regarding the
treatment of prisoners. Ilia thumb'
stringing record Is sufficient to con-
Mnre the public that ho ndds nothing
to the Territory's good reputation.
CIIINU8E IN TKANSVAAL.
Tho discussion of the lnbor problem
In South Africa has brought out a slg
nlflcant utterance, from the (lovcrn
mont leaders of Australia and New
Zealand. Business men of the former
lloer States, hard pressed for labor,
have looked to the Chinese field which
seems to havo a steadily Increasing
popularity for labor recruiting. lie
cent cable dispatches Indicate that ac
tion favorable to Chinese Immigration
has Anally been taken. This has been
accomplished In the face of strong, m
cal opposition, but, apparently the op
position has been overcome by a sit
uation not unlike locnl conditions
nnpda milat ulioii ttin ilntlt ilrlv'na In,
iln.lrv li,,.,ll,n. fnr nnf nf Inl.nr
nnd If the desired class Is not to be I'd- Finally the note came Into tho
obtained, the next best Is preferable to Possession of IJetrey. riien Bcricy
notu, jtrnnsfened the paper to Attorney Mld-
The Australian leaders, however, I dleJUch. who lenllzed the piano on
nrc very positive In their coniliulons'Jul,Smcnt- -N(m M,s, NUIcox 8Ues Uel
on tho labor question In all nrtshH-y for trespass on the eaie
colonies. Tho Australian Premier. atM Attorney V W. Ashfi.i.l for plain
er consultation with tho Picmler of '" waxed eloquent In his argument to
New Zealand, tabled the authoiltles i.t,"' i""' l"ls,'l;""' , . ,
n....nri. .un. i .li- .r .,,. He rcfened to the death of ltobcrt
rlence of years Is convinced that tho
n.ililfilllnn nt Ptilnn.n liVini la ln.tti.r.1.
... ... .i.i.i. "i.i ..i.,'ai'd his testimony could not be used
int' IU DI1USII VUHIUUIIUIH-O VAiv.m.tt
to enjoy responsible self-government.
Premier Deakln added that ho was re
luctant to Interfere outside of Austin
Ha, but the Federal Ministry was com-
II . I ..ua iIahh niiiiinliiinalnn ta
ll-lt.-U IU ftJUT iiki-I, MilVUCUiui4 .i
to the results of the introduction of ,
Chinese labor Into the Transvaal. He
foresaw grave perils, racial, social, po
lltlcal and sanitary, as In spite of safe-)
guards it was Impossible to prevent
The most Interesting feature of this I
protest will be found In the recommen
dntlons which may be mado by the
Australians as to what tho Transvaal
auinormcssi.ouiu.io. me proiesc as-
It now stands Is purely negative. From
whui. prucuuu Miureu -uuiuu ' rtr-
torians aid jransvaauans recruit uie
Mary Morris, alias Mrs. J. H. Love.
appeared In the Police Court, unilc,'
three separate, charges of assault and
battery on Mrs. I.npana, Miss Ab
Chuck and Joe. Vlelra.
It appears that at about midnight
last night Mary encountered Mrs. Ln-
pana and her daughter, Miss Ah
Chuck, on Kukul street. Mary accused
Mrs. Lapana of stealing the laprobe of
a hack which was standing In attend
ance on her. She handled Mrs. a.
pana carelessly. When Miss Ah
Church went to her mother's rescue
the defendant struck her. ,
Mary then got Into tho hack, but
the driver refused to proceed, so she
took the reins herself and whipped up
At this stage Vlelra, who had been
summoned, appeared on tho scene. Him
Mary struck n sharp whack with the
The police finally gathered Mary In
nnd took her to the police station. In
the first charge a nolle pros, was en
tered. Mary pleaded guilty to the two
otheis and was lined J2 and (3 and
WHAT THEY THINK OF US.
Editor Evening Bulletin: Talking
about small farmers! It makes me
tired Indeed. A well-known enterpris
ing commission merchant wrote a let
ter to a "farmer" In Kona, Hawaii, of
fering at a small advance to handle
products In tho local market.
wing answer from the "small,
farmer" was received I omit tho
Dear Sir: Yours of the 21st Inst, at
hand. In reply have to say, that I do
not any longer send goods on credit to
Honolulu. If you want anything, send
cash, and I shall send you tho required
g00(8, me jail uy uuard liaitcr. llicso two
I have eggs, butter, papalas. plgs.l people wero In posesslon of four let
honey, wax. chickens, etc.. off and on . ters from different outside sources.
for sale, but only to those who pay in
In explanation of tho above I have
to sny that I have lost a gteat deal by
trusting Honolulu people, and that I
do not care for any moro experience of
that sort and prefer to bo on tho safo
side In tho future, and. since Honolulu
.loniera pvnert mo to trust them, whv
should not I expect them to trust me7
Pedro Illca, alias Fredarlco Itodrl
cues, was this morning committed by
Judge Lindsay to the Circuit Court on
a charge of assault with a weapon. He.
ls allaged to have attacked a fellow-
countryman, Jesus Pasta, with a razor.
"For Rknt" caraa on Ml at Bullatlr
General Arthur Cigars
The genctk. smoke of the general public.
The exclusive American smoke ol thsse
who enjoy a good cigar.
GUNST - EAKiN CIGAR COMPANY,
Theiesa Owana Wilcox v. Q 11.
Lterrey, tiespass on the case, occupied
the foicnoon in Judge Ue Dolt's coutt
At noon the case it up to the Jury,
which was excused tor lunch until 2
A piano lurl.s nl the bottom of this
Interesting matter; a piano purchased
from the Hawaiian News Co. by .Mrs.
Wilcox in days long gone.
A note given for the musical iiitru
IllOnt WHS given Q II. Ueilej" tO Col-
W. Wilcox nnd staled that the lips of
the late Mr Wilcox were forever scaled
,.,. ,. BntnmA,.i
to refute any statement made by tier-
uy. Ashford made other remarks
liom which might hive been drawn the
inference that defendant had taken ad
vantage of the demise of the husband
. j . .If.
' ' ,""" ''
T. McCants Slew ait, nrislng, strenu
ously objected to these umurks ot
M li tin lilln Mrt U'llnnv xi na rwktli
,;, m0VC(1 , " u; lefm,lcc , llcl. ,,,,
,,, ' n ,,,, ln, ,,
nan a rigni to comment on me ueaui
ot plaintiff's husband In so far us It
nad t0 do wh eUden,.0 )n ,Ilc C118c.
A,hfor(), contmlnK argument nnd
dv.MlD ., nmrv-. ,nLillir Ilf ,hn nt
fom the nBwnnn Xewg c,,., endcav
orlnK tl) ,low ,,,, a,ll0U(.,, Uciri.y
cerlmns niotested neainst taklne t lio
note he In reality wanted It. announced
that he would quote Dyiou.
ou Know Ilyron wrote many llttl"
Sunday school jioijms, ' said Ashford,
addressing the Jurj. "Don Juan," was
one of them."
From which jou nto about to
quote!" asked the Couit.
"Yes, your Honor!"
Ashford then leferied to one of
Hymn's characters whose piotcsta-
tlons wcro only exceeded by the In
consistency of her actions,
This amused the Juiy, which sbortly
after retired to consider tbe verdict
nnd within a few- minutes were ex-
cusced to consider a midday lep.ist.
Mrs. Wilcox asks 300 damages.
PLOT TO POISON WITNESS
(Continued from Pago 1.)
In the place of flenjl, my steward, who,
by tho way, Is one of the most trust
wfithy men In Jail. If I did not do
this, a great deal of trouble would un
doubtedly come to me thiough him. It
was claimed that he was plotting se
cretly. This man also handed me a
letter which had been wiltten by To
kuo to a friend outside, asking that
some clothes and tobacco bo sent to
her nt the Jail. It w as stated that (leu
Jl had handed this letter to Guard 11a'
ker nnd that ho took It to Tokue's
"My suspicions were nt once nrous
cd and I remembered that Sheriff An
drews had written, 'Fuuakoshl and his
colleagues are dangerous characters
and would not hesitate a moment
fltinut fllftnnslni? nf ttilft u'litiinii' Alart
'See thnt she Is not takijn out of Jail
against her will.' Unquestionably
Sheriff Andrews knew- what he was
"I summoned Tokue and the man
who was sent down at the same time,
with her as a witness In the same
ense and by dint of questioning found
'ut thnt lcttors had been passed Into
I "I sent for Dr. Katsunuma and he
iflguicd out that one of these was In
answer to the letter sent out by Tokue
I " was of a very kindly nature. Tho
otners coum not up connecteu in any
I ' w"h Tokue's letter.
"I next traced up the man to whom
! Tokue's letter had been addressed and
found him without any trouble. Hu
stated to me thnt Funnkoshl, who Is
out on ball In the sum of $10,000 penil
ing his trial, had been to see him and
had asked If ho had received a letter
from Tokue. Ho replied In the afllriu
atlve and handed tho letter to Funa-
"Guard Daker was positively (denti
fled by Tokue's friend as tho man who
I had taken tho messages. Naturally, I
went to mm next and learned mat tnu
letters brought In, the one from To
kue's friend excepted, had been sent by
OIL AND WATER COLOR PAINTINGS, POSTERS, PRINT8,
NATIVE TYPES, PYROQRAPHIC NOVELTIE8, SKINS FOR
BURNT WORK AND ARTISTS' MATERIALS.
DE8IQNS far BURNT WORK and DINNER CARDS, OUR
"A picture Is a perpetual witness of the degree of taste one
exercises." Therefore HAVE YOUR PICTURE3 FRAMED at
the STUDIO of the
Fort and Merchant Streets
You May Drive Home
with a. wagon tint everybody takes off Ills li.it to If jou
I tr.-uln with in. Wo
ments but the experience, v, o
warrants us in nuttinz it Ktinnc. That experience proves that !
nothing satisfies so well us
you that they are, honest goods. When ou have made your pur
chao on go homo satisfied ami stay satisfied. That's the kind of
customers we nerd in the building of our business. That's why we
handle the Studebaker line.
Do you need somsthlng? Let us tlgurs on It with you.
Schuman Carriage Co. Ltd., Honolulu, T. H.
r. ft. M.tdttiikfr r h iI ti b.itd thHr nrndurt with the nam ltndiMkr. iinu that
iimp!.i on jour j-jo mj ur ii iruaraivinf
&r OUR REPUTATION -
Is a guarantee of the quality nf our work. Rather than take a job at a
price so low that we could not give perfect satisfaction we'd sooner lose
the work. Pnnr nalntlntr Is no credit to the nainter and a positive loss to
tlie property owner. You don't want It at any price. Honest work may
cost yon a little more at lirt, but you'll save by It In the end. Our
prices are fair prices for first class w ork. May w e estimate ?
S. STEPHENSON, Practical Painter, King Street.
runakoshl. 1 learned fuither that an
oilier Japanese had Interested himself
In the matter aud had brought letter
to Amamoto, a tiusty who works about
the Jail proper I firmly believe that
this man had been working secretly
with Watanabe, In Jail, and had been
taking messages from him to Funako
Mil, thus bringing together tho princi
pal agents In tho devilish conspiracy
that was unquestionably on foot.
"All the letters aie now In the hands
of the Attorney (leneral nnd the mat
ter Is to bo sifted to tho very bottom.
1 have also sent Guard Daker to tho
Attorney Oenernl's office to tell all h
knows about the case. He has, of
course, been discharged for his part
although he very probably did not
know what a terrlblo tragedy his dis
obedience to ordcts came very near
"Tokue will of course be watched
more closely than ever and I will also
t.cc to It thnt there are no moro
breaches of prison rules Tokue Is fed
right fiom my table by OcnJI, ths
prisoner steward, In whom I have ev
ery coiiflilenec. I have followed this
j uie ever slnco tho witness was
bioUKlit lieie from Hllo
"Tlunn Is no miestlon in my mind
that had tho first Japanese who camo . fitter.
to me been successful In persuading "" ' hard to analyze the national
mo to take some other man for Oenjl thaiactcr." said he. "for when we con
. .. .i ti.,, wn,ii,i iinvn'ielve iif the American we think In
U3 1I1J n inu ui uu ...-.
been poisoned. Undoubtedly OcnJI,
had been nnnroached but finding him
unwilling to do their bidding, the plot
tus sought to have him teraoved,
n-l... ..... I.. nt titam ihn rni-non
f u- inns. Watanabe was found
Watanabe was found
guilty of tho murder and was sentenc
ed to a term of twenty-five years In the
6 per cent
ON DEPOSITS OF
$100.00 TO $5000.00.
FOR PARTICULARS SEE
PHOENIX SAVINGS, BLDG.,
AND 10AN ASS'N.,
JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU.
Guarantco Capital against
loss t 200,000 00
Subscribed Capital $8,500,000 00
Paid-up Capital 11,000,000 00
R. CAMPBELL, Cashier.
H. E. POCOCK, General Agent
nro not eivcii to extravagant state
liava bail selling
StndcliaWrs. Wo don't need to tell 'i
juu ditv tchhiioi iru laiuvnn
penitential y. Funakoskl, charged
with being an accessory, got oil with
a lighter fine, appealed his case and
is now iu nuiioium mvumng unuwier niovungi of cour8e he haa enoUB)l
lr'a'' 'tins to warrant such a Journey. A
The trouble which ended In the B,,ecal tr,Pi for cxampIei woul(1 not ))e
death of Motahlra was brought about ma(o t0 Waiklkl for half a dozen
thiough Jealousy. It being claimed cmpty oyster can8i or l0 puncnuowi
that Tokue was the mistress of Funa- f0I a gma numbcr of sardlne tins,
kosbl. On the night before the murder. Following the regular meeting of
Funakoshl went to Tokuo's house nnd tne Board of jjeaUll tomorrow after
asked If sho knew Motahlra, the car- I1()on tnere WM be a gathering of the
pouter. He suspected that she was se- cxecutlvo committee of the Citizens'
cretly going with him. She denied It Mosquito Campaign Committee,
nnd later was ordered to go to Funako-1 Professor Van Dine will make a
Shi's house. Fearing that she might highly Interesting report In relation to
bo killed If she did not obey, she went the different species of mosaultoes.
and on the following night Motahlra inspector I.arnach keeps the profes
was found dead, his body frightfully 'boi- supplied with larvae collected from
mangled nnd his head all but severed, dlffeient places and the professor de
By President Wilson
New York, Jan. 23. President Wood
tow Wilson of Princeton University,
fcpeaklngl on "Americanism," before
the Outlook Club of Montclalr, N. J.,
discussed at length the national dial-
Wo bu table W tnat nan
In which we ourselves live.
We uie to be congratulated on our na
t'onal sentiment, for wo have every
little sectional miasm. In spite ot this
" tr, loL conventional and
"t is what makes us what we are.
Nobody but Americans can understand
what American character Is, and yet
can we really understand It ourselves?
It took us one century to settle and
colonize our country, the next century Thomas was unquestionably delayed
was spent In getting rid of tho Dutch hy heavy weather or perhaps a slight
r-nd French, the third In establishing injury to her machlneiy,
tbe nntlon nnd settling the difficulties I tn the Police Court this morning tho
between the North nnd the South, nnd cases of Mlzunaka, charged with nrac
wo now have things on u national tuing medicine without a license and
basis which docs not seem at present f j.con M. Strauss, charged with for
to be threatened by any catastrophe. 'gery, wero Loth continued. A nolle
It Is true that we have anarchy and prosequi was entered In the cn6e ol
socialism to deal with, but these nre,vcntura Garcia, charged with larceny
r.o evils peculiar to us, for all nations n the second degree. Albert Kalsee,
hfcvo to deal with them. We are still charged with crnelty to animals, was
In the flush of manhood, and we have discharged. Nakadonl and Ishf Sato,
a future ahead of us. jhoth charged with common nuisance,
"Wo havo entered the fourth centuiy ttCre lined $4 and costs each.
of our existence with a big question Land Commissioner J. W. Pratt took
rjurK BiuiiNs us iu me mce. we prim
ourselves on our political liberty, hut
if what wo call political liberty Is
found In the cities It Is a seculur lib
erty. We havo now arrived at a tlnio'
when we must correct the evils that
havo arisen in our Government, and stretched than thnt It should break. Offices Rooms 20S-209 Boston build-
theio are many of them, even If only In "Wo should Keep high ideals, ing. Kort Street,
our city government. It Is doubtful If whether new or old; If we don't wei Telephones Office Main 385' Rest
the makers of tho Constitution would will decline. We ought not to put .dence, White 2S01. '
lecognlze It, If they wero to see It now, men at the head of the Nation's affslis Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m,; 4 to 5
for It certainly has been stretched. We whose honor can In any way be ques- p.m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays' 12 to !pm.
cannot say that the stretching has been tloned. p, o. Bos 801. ' '
Ends In Hawaii
Tho New Yoik Sundnj Woild pub
lishes the follow-lng romantic story,
which presumably has rcfcrcnco to
Dr. It. (), Curtis who Is now located In
Olna as Territorial physician:
A romance that had Its beginning In
hlladelphla two years ago and re
cently ended in Honolulu became
known In New York e8tcrday when.
cards were received announcing the
marrlaRo of tfelialph Gardiner Curtis
nnd Miss Jane Mao Illalr, both ot i
whom nie well known In this city. Miss
Blair Is the daughter of Henry W.
Blair, a prominent business man of
Much against the will of her parents
Miss Illalr deserted society In Sra
cuso and Now York and went on the
stage. It was while a show girl in
"Miss Dob White," playing nt tho
Chestnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia,
that sho met Dr. Curtis. He preBscJ
his suit and was accepted.
A lovers' quarrel ensued and Dr.
Curtis went to tho Hawaiian Islands,
where ho soon built up a lucrative
practice. Miss Illalr spent the past
summer at Saratoga and Asbury Park,
where she was a recognized belle, wltk
many suitors for her hand.
Kaily In November, after a long si
lence, she received a letter from Dr.
Curtis. It said:
"Let's forget our little quarrel. I
love you moro than ever. Won't ou
come nnd bo my wife?"
A few letters passed between them,
and then Miss Dlalr left New York
alone and sailed from San Francisco
for Honolulu. Dr. Curtis w-as at the
pier to meet her and the wedding
After a tour of the Far East Dr. and
Mrs. Curtis will probably return to
New York to live.
Inspector A. D. I.arnneh of the
Hoard of Health, In chargo of the mos
quito campaign, reports encouraging
progress. Special attention has been,
devoted to tho Kewnlo district recent
ly with goodr esults; now Palama and
Knllhl are to receive strenuous atten
tion. The gathering of discarded cans, fav-
lorlto vessels for the colonizing moh-
'qulto, goes merrily on. lirnach
would like folks with a superabund-
ande of empty cans to know that It
I costs them nothing to have the rub
bish carted an ay. A postal card or a
telephone message will summon the
collector of abandoned containers of
ralnte(, t ,0 tho door of (ne cl(?n
termines species and suggests action.
SUING PIONEER MILL.
The Government Is Instituting pro
ceedings against the Pioneer Mill
Company of Maul In relation to water
lights at Lahalnaluna.
The mill company has been and is
still using the waters of I.abalnaluna
and used to pay $1,000 a year to the
Oovernment for tho privilege. Now
the company Is paying nothing.
Proceedings about to bo brought will
terminate In the adjudication of rights
which have long been tho subject of
Theie wero some jears felt yesterday
for tho crack l. S. army transport
Thomas, which was then five days
overdue at Manila, bound from San
1'ianclseo via this poit. This morning,
Mrs. John Hansmnnn received a cable
fiom her husband, who was a passen
ger In the transport, stating that she
liml nrrtvi.il nnfolv In Mnntln Tho
passage for Hllo today to Install an
agent of his department In that sec-!
tlon. Auditor J. II. Flsbet Is also Hllo
tt n : :t
harmful, for It is better that It be
This lot comprises torne 20 Skirts,
made by the but modistes, in the
newest styles and of the most fash-
ionaWe material, comprising all the
. ,. ,. r ,
newest ot Voile, ttaminc, Oramtr,
Mystrel, Serge, Covert and Broad
r0th Jn the oooular colorings of
'ri.. R.n,n C... T, ,RIV..J
..r .., vr Hfwii.vbMii.
$16,00 Skirts at $10.00
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AT 8 O'CLOCK.
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ly allows the use of his name.
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