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Vol. XVII No. 3-iiil
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WKDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1905
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Says Boi'Pke Cockran, For
PHILIPPINES 13 A HARD PROPOSITION
CONGRESSMAN BOURKE COCHRAN.
Surrounded by local Democrats,, gave the signal, for "Tammany," the
wearing some of Hawaii's blossoms, tho big Democrat was delighted.
Hawaiian band playing "Tammany" Cockran made the most of bis brief
with all Its' might, Bourke Cockran, the stay here. This morning he took In
famous Tammany warrior and an all- tne Pall,
round large Democrat of New York, "It Is grand," he said to a Bulletin
stood on the deck of the America Mam reporter this morning. "It Is certainly
shortly before, noon today and told a view of the greatest Interest and
those about what a fine placode beauty. I doubt It there Is anything
thought Honolulu and how much ho more north looking at In America out'
Misted he could tarry a while longer, ride of the Yellowstone. They told me
This was Cockran's first gllmps of Brjan enJoed It and Taft, too, but
Hawaii. He has been globetrotting. It seems the Democrats hae a little
Including a visit to the Philippines, better of It two to one, ou know,
At first acquaintance Cockran might I thought jou were all Republicans
readily be mistaken, for a well to do here, but I find that the Democrats
tragedian, but one does not have to are pretty well represented."
speak with him long to see the poll- Senator Palmer Woods and E. D. Mc
tirlan the working politician, not the Clanahan were among the last to see
man who merely talks and then tries Cockran off. Manager Church of the
to grab all the credit, but the man Hawaiian Hotel and tho secretary of
who works. tho Hawaii Promotion Committee were
The band plajed chiefly Japanese also at the boat's departure,
airs today, In honor of the return of Speaking of his trip Mr. Cockan said:
the America Maru to this port. Cock- "I hate wanted to visit the Philip
ran enjoyed It all, but when Derger (Continued on Page 4.)
(fly Wireless Telegraph.)
HILO, October 11. Judge Par-
sons has decided against the Su-
penlBors In the mandamus suit
- against Auditor Magulre. The
f Hawaii Supervisors claimed the
right to appoint members of the
-t- police force. The decision upholds
Melodrama of the highest class was
produced this morning b) amateurs In
Judge Itoblnson's court. Tho actors
were M. 0. 8llva, who was summoned
to show causo why he should not pay
alimony to Ms wife from whom he was
separated by n decree of separation a
couple of j ears ago At that time Slhu
Payment Of Warrant
TRENT LOSES BLANKET WARRENT CASE
Judge Itoblnson this morning finally ,1)10 County Auditor to Issuo a so call
granted the motion mndo by i:. II. Mc- ed blanket warrant.
Clanahan preventing County Trcasur- It Is understood Unit Trent Intends
cr Trent from paying the famous An- to bring tho matter beforo the Su
drew Adams blanket warrant. 'premo Court for n final decision In thu
This morning Trent filed his amend- questions Involved,
cd answer to the motion. Adams also I
filed an appearance together with an irini ivnitim;
answer, In which that nt tho tlmo of Till A INUlllKl
tho Issuance of th cblanket warrant1
he had no claim against tho County! The meeting of the special committee
for the $141. and also that tho seven . .... . , Q... . , , ,..
men had signed the warrant, but had ,f t,,e Doard of SuI'e"'o" to Inves
recched no money under it when they "Bat" the alleged assault by Henry
did so. ,Vlda on ono Townsend nt the Police
Both Judge Whitney, appearing for station, is not definitely set. When It
Trent, nnd McClanahan agreed to docs occur there will be a large gather
submit tho matter without further ar- lng. chairman 0. W. Smith, as ex
gument. Both wanted tho Court to orflclo member of all committees ap
take no cognizance of any side Issues ponlClj tho Board, will bo present
?i, JUX.,1 ril.L"n n tJT., ltU ll, ""'". Al,am"- NAGASAKI, Japan, Oct 11 -The Norwegian steamer Arnfrld and the
n oif whether 'tho ,S T 1!" ! " "teamer. Kowloon, Han. Wagner and St ave been captured by
warrant was In fact a blanket war- : VI "1 ,V.7: .T,,". ',Z Tm-I, -P" " route to v.ao.vos.oK
rant, and as to whether n blanket war
rant could be legally drawn.
MOJI, Japan, Oct 11. The British steamer Leho struck a mine off the,
Shantung peninsula. The ship Is loat and fifteen1 persons are mlsclng.
Three Killed In
Fight Willi Laborers
(A$ttciaU rrttt Spttol 0W
R03EBURG, Ore., Oct. 11. In a fight of Greek laborers at this place with
the superintendent of a railroad gang, the superintendent's wife and two la
borers were killed.
MORE JAP CAPTIVES.
Judge Itoblnson granted McClana-
han's motion for a permanent Injunc
tion against Trent prohibiting Mm
made known their Intention of being
BALDWIN IS DYING
was ordered to pay allmon) In the sum from palng th( warrant, the grounds
n ten n mnnth I..., i .o. i, being Hint no tela claim orlscg by rca I
Wt Y ' IIIUIIVll I1UI ! IW UlllUIO lit --
A cable from N'ew York announces
.... . . ... 1-..l ttnt.l.. (.. I ..n nu..A. 1 n
has neer nald this mone i011 ' B warrant's neing usucu 10 one ""i :" iiu "" ui;iiu .
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Mrs Slha took the Btand this morn-i,nl"u""nl anproicu lor a numuer
of lUe through the night
ilri nnd dlers times not expressed In . reported, change Its roulo from Ilrlt-
tho warrant Itself, the Board of Su-jlfh Columbia to the Orient during tho $450,0CO. and J300.0CO as amounts paid the Republican campaign fund by th8
having no authority to direct, winter, to take In Honolulu
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1,. ci.o .,.,..i .i..- -i. ...i.i ia amounts due to n number of amounts.
. ti .i, ..,. ... ,. , i, others maturing nnd accruing at sun-' . The Canadian Pacific Co. will, It la
w. v. " ...V...H. .Ml 1..C 0''UII 1 "VI , at l
two ihlldren At this point Judge Rob
inson took a hand In the game and
illil his lot to effect n recourlllatlon be.
tween tho parties. He gave a splendid
rciume of the Jojs of marriage and
pointed an alluring picture of matri
monial paradise. Attorney Douthltt
suggested that the court wa9 reducing
Dr. Bell's lecture of the night before
to tho thirty cent size, but the court
Informed him that he did not Intend to
use the phrenological method.
Mrs. 8Ua,ihowever, remained obdu
rate and said she would ilnder no con
sideration go back to her husband.
At this point Sllva made his debut
Striking his manly bocom In the most
approved stage fashion he declared In
a loud tone that his wife was the only
woman who could ever make him hap
py and that ho could not live without
her. He said that the trouble was caus
ed by his wife's father. This gentle
man, he said, had tried for Ave jenra
to get his wife to leave him,
HARRIMAN WAS DINED.
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. 11. Katsura gave a dinner today to E. H. Harrlman.
MADE MONEY GOOD.
PITTSBURG, Pa, Oct. 11 The American Express Company has paid the
bank the amount tost by the recent robbery. The robber has not been caught.
An error In deciphering the cable of yesterday led to the publication of
lander He was asked for an oxplnna
tion of his alleged drunkenness, but
! pasted up the answer, as too mtuh fol
I his giggling mentality and was taxed
a thrce-ipot, dollars being trumps. Hi
baw the joke and cashed In his ball
receipt, betting back 3 he bad bud-
'posed were gone forever,
"It jou give me away, I'll shoot you.- County of Oahu vs. A. D. Thompson,
oung Manuel Gomes Is alleged to havo lleSOd embezzlement of 25 shares of
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, quled, the matter having been settled
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example of the animosity which exist
ed between the two families, he said
that his wlfo's relations had refused
to attend the funeral of her first child.
Mrs Sllva contributed her part, salng
that Silva's mother had opposed the
marriage. More facts of the kind wero
brought out, showing on the whole
that Sllva had his wife bad been sort
of a Romeo and Juliet in a Punchbowl
drama of the most touching character.
Judge Robinson Anally decided that
a reconciliation was out of the question
and took up the question of alimony.
Sllva showed that ho only made )25
a month out of his saloon and could
pay nothing. On this showing the or
der to show cause was continued tor
of the present month. Whirofore thl out 0 court Bnj tne defendant hav
lady cnused Manuel's arrest and that ing departed for the Coast In tho Irra
joutn, nis nair neany piasierea in a gard.
suppressed curl over the left lobe of, nrnest nnd Enos Kraga were charged
his brain appeared beforo Police Jill- vvlth larceny In the second degree,
uce wnuney mis morning i swiping a suit of Al harness from
What constituted tho "giving away"j..jra" QUnn-s stables. They pleaded
that Manuel feared, deponent salth not' not Butj and tho matter went to
At any rate the lad was anxious that trinl uitii ijnn fiiniin nmi hU lonrn
rts uu the lady should not tell and according ,j ,mrtner, Mossman. defending the
to the warrant sworn to by her, pointed UOjs Strauss created tho usual funj
a revolver nt her and threatened to 0f entertainment with his strenuotu
shoot her If she divulged. bombardment of objections to tho not
Now when Manuel stood before Jus unusual leading questions propounded
tlcc In police court this morning. Pros- by tho energetic prosecution,
editing Attorney Frank Andrade an-l "jm" qu wns tho stnr wltnesi
nounied thnt the complnlnant had no He waited his turn In the hallway, en
desire to press this matter ho l, jojlng, so rumor had It, ono of tin
charged with using threatening Ian fine cigars which U. S. District Attor-
President of the Mutual Life Insurance Company. The amounts should be
$45,000 and $30,000.
In Frisurance Affair
Treasurer Campbell and Deputy In-. clals concerned. Tho subpoenas show
surance Commissioner Smithies this led It to be John Ena, tho former pres-
morning stated that thero was nothing
further new In the matter of the com
plaint mado by tho Hawaiian Trust
Co. against tho New- York Life Insur
ance Co. They said that tho Investl-
Ident of tho Inter Island Steam Navi
Shingle was seen shortly after ho
had been served with his subpoena.
Ho eaJd thnt tho Hawaiian Trust Co.
Tho case of Wm. O. Irwin vs. Wm.
Henry, High Sheriff, came up beforo
Judge Do Bolt this morning. Argu
ment was continued until tomorrow.
Tho steamer Kalulanl arrived from
Hllo at noon today and sails for Haina
kua ports tomorrow afternoon.
Tho bark Louisiana returned to New
castle from Honolulu on a coal charter.
In the matter of renting a box
In our safe deposit vault. The
C08T 18 BUT $5PER YEAR
and up, and you will be am
ply repaid by the sense of se
curity you will enjoy. The
burglar Is ever abroad In the
land and the fire fiend stalks
by day and night. Are your
valuables safe as they are today?
Trust Co., Ltd.,
Fori Street, Honolulu
gunge and the ourt discharged him.
One Stahl, a bluejacket, and onii
Flrdell, a khakl coated, big moua-1
tachloed warrior, were charged with
having been drunk In a public place,
Stahl calml) Informed the Judge that
be was to bo "sent back to the States
for sanity" and KlrdeU confided to HU
Honor that he had missed the trans
port Sherman and wanted a chance to
get to the CoaBt on another vessel.
After due deliberation the court sus
pended sentcnie In each case for sit
K. Baba was up for Intoxication. Hl
bad a laughing lit In court and could
R't pronounco tho name of the veseel
to which ho belonged, Hvorjbody III
court had a guess coming as to lil
nationality Ho looked Ilka a com
btnatlon of Hfeklmo and South Sea It
ney Brcckons Is said to havo attempted
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gatlon was still being carried on but had made n loan on Una's policy and
that nothing new had as et been do- Inter on Ena hnd applied to the Now
velopcd. 'York Life for a loan. The policy In
In tho meantime tho Iiisuranco Com-1 question was nn old ono of a form no
uilssloucr quietly Issued subpoenas In (longer cmploed by tho New York
tho matter, which were given to High. Life. Iho company offered to cbnngo
Sheriff Henry for sen Ice, commanding It for a new policy which had greater
thoso mentioned to appear beforo tho! loan -value and sent tho now policy
Commissioner, Thoso for whom tho' hero. Tho new policy was accepted,
Biiljpoenas were Issued aro as follows: jZeno K. Mjors of tho Hawaiian Trust
Albert N. Campbell, treasurer of the Co, which represents Ena, telling
Henry Wntcrbouse Trust Co, Ltd.; JBhlnglo that It was satisfactory. Thu
It. W. Shingle, president of tho Hrnry Now York Life then cabled stating It
Waterhouso Trust Co, Ltd.; F. S. 1 had dostroied tho old policy. Shingle
vickett, cashier of tho New York I.lfo
Insurance Co.; Zcno K. Myers, secre
tary of tho Hawaiian Trust Co, Ltd ;
nnd J. R. Oalt, treasurer of tho Hawai
ian Trust Co , Ltd. Tho Honry Water
houso Trust Co. Is tho local agent of
tho New York Life.
Tho nnmo of the person who held
tho policy on which the Hawaiian
Trust Co. based Its complaint, has
hcruuforo been shrouded In tho great
est mjfcorj by the Qovcrnment offl-
stated that ho hoped this had not been
literally done. Ho has cabled to New
York to havo the old policy forwarded
If It still exists. ,
Shitiglo Intimated that tho whole
row looked like spltcwork on tho part
of n disgruntled Insurance agency
r.galnst another which is doing a bet
ter business. It Is said that com
pl.tlnts nro contemplated against oth
er companies, tho Qcrmanla being ob
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