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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, f. It.,, FRIDAY, FED. 1, 1906,
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Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H., by tho
BULLETIN PUDLI8HINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINCTON.. Editor
Entered nt the I'ostotflce at Hono
talu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
r month, anywhere In U. B.. .76
'Per quarter, anywhere In U. 8. . 2.00
ness has averaged more bribery, petly
Ihlevlng. nnd dirty politics in a year
than munlcltml ownershln could pro
duce In n generation. Perhaps this Is
CHUN HOON QETS.
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Judge Do Holt asked If the Supremo
whv Big Buslnesr tells the people they rvmrt hint tint rprentlv In the Anln
ore not capable of carrying on their malter nilmtttcd the petitioner In a
own nltalrs. habeas corpus case to ball.
- r - . I'rosscr answered tliat tho Chief Jus-
The Dally llullctln of Manila says: t,c0 haj done so inadvertently In the
"Tho American business men "e,flrgt Anln procce.ungBi uut n' tho see
here to work out the problems of the d An,n wnR rcIeagC( on bal whcn
situation and are tobe reckoned ." 'tho return had been made.
.SLh'" 2L7."erSl' ... !f:Lai"K'.. JZ Humphrey, contended that while
transportation faclllt cs and lncerased (h rrl0ncr couI(1 not be reused be
production turn '' tl'lc thlsjvay, he ' h ,ff ha(, prouucea hl,
will be on tho spot ami In pos Ion to b f h - , h ho coul(,
nke of the plums that will fall from J , h ' ', h l0(,
nIn.l,3 I 1 will doubl ll htt'l -Ircail' bccn dono ln thls
tweah Te Flluli o and he w 111 ' ca" TllG Pr"nor M now be p,ae
I'enertho veryhmen1'vno0'?ennow MrV; in the custody of nff
lug space to prove that he Is a failure.' f "" Humphreys suggested Judge
it? . n.t.iH. .nAini .!. Wn Gear.
vki htii iiiii iiflHiut niitruiiii iusvio v ..
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8.00 40 not request fair play, and that m I . near stated that It wa not truo tnat
tT year, postpaid, forolgn 11.00'be counted In the family, and we will jno un ci jusiico naa ."
pay well lor our "raising" wnen once,'" " " uiiwiiiW ........
60 tve are grown up. Wo would like to Inadvertence. On tho contrary, the
00 sco those experts put to work between Chief Justlco had stated at the time
1 where tney woum,11 "v u,u ou uu lw "hhw" -
)' think about besides Parto Smith, In which caso Walter O.
e American business. Smith had been released on uau in na
man In tho Philippines."
ti months $
n. .. .i.... 1. 11 a 1
rnr yrir. iiiLiifijciii lu u. a.... i.uuj
tr r. t,ntnlrt fnrrlr-n S. fld . tllC plOW linMllCS,
, - i i 'have something to
-,. , . u..n l the failures of the American business
viiiivij wi iianii f
Seven Indictments Filed
TWO PORTO RICANS ARE
CHARGED WITH BIGAMY
MAYALL, THREE COUNTERFEIT.
ERSANO DAVID WAHINEMU8T
ALL QO THROUOH
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W Ift MMItD W I
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. O. IIOCKUS. Business Manager ol
the llullctln Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
A HOSPITAL IN NEED
The Queen's Hospital needs assist
mire. Moro particularly from an Im
Is a true and corroct statement of clr- provement Club,
culatlon for tho week ending Febru
bouj corpus proceedings. Tho Court
certainly had jurisdiction to release
the prisoner on ball.
Prosscr contended again that the
prisoner couVi only bo released after
return had been made. liven it mis
were not so, the Court was not com
RESTi. napld TransU llne'P' o-!Z'UBaCUOD',ClD8
iry 9, 1906, of the Dally nnd Week- carrying 1110 ncavicsi iramc 01 """,' ..i t'hink 1. 1. wm,n tho discretion of
lT Editions' of tho Evening Dulletln: resident, and tourists have noted with I ' VBTanbair said Judge
Circulation of Evening Dulletln. great pride the steady march of be J" ' ,-0"r .l lh "J "' . "Xoncr Is
Saturday, Feb. 3 2408 terments In the shape of street repair l"0.. "- ,' ?,ia lnal lno nnoncr "
MondSyf Feb. 5 2113 along, llctetanla .tree.. lPj- ,i " .. Proiier. ... Mlc
The Honrd of Education has finally
succeeded in securing a piece of land at
Kallhl, 4 3-10 acres In extent, which
will bo used as a site for the new Ka-
HhUwaena school. The land, which
was formerly tho property of Mrs. Na
kulna, was sold by her to Itudolph linn
nine, from whom It was secured by the
Government, Banning getting a piece!
of land In Koolau ln exchange.
Tho Department of Public Instruction
intends to can ror plans ror tne new
Knllhl-waena school Immediately. It
will be aulte n large structure, having
ten to twelve rooms. There Is nn ap-l
Hmn,)dllnti nt 11Z ftftft fr If " rn tint,..
New Process Gas Ranges
These have b"n bought at prices nuch below the market 'on ac
count of our .taking a whole consignment.
The goods are well known and weare able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
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tfe&y, Vet ?::::::::::::::oJr:ubTand'mh;vhTng.th
Tnursaay, rco. a " T: , . . . 1
Friday Feb. 9 2110 pcarance. They begin to understand
iint Dallv Circulation 2162 tha difference between
Circulation or weekly ouiieiin
Tuetday, Feb. 6, 1906 2354
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii atone. ...1049
C0M3IN&0 guaranteed average
Dy C. O. IIOCKUS,
I Business Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 10th day of Fob
SEAL ruary. A. D. 1906.
P. II. HUIINETTE,
No'ary Public, Honolulu. County of
That Is unfair to both tho Court
slovenliness and counsel," said Humphreys. "Tho
and care Attorney uencrai jusi sniu 11 wuum
Under 'these circumstances It Is not , Me him untl1 Monday to mako his ro
extraordlnary that more or less alien-. turn."
tloil should be given the example set rnnreer reimwi mai uy Biimig noiuu
by one of tho first Institutions of tho' all tho other matters ln tils office,
land. More than one man of small which he would decide to do If tho prls
menns bus found that his only hope oner was released on ball, ho could
for obtaining street Improvement along navo 111s return reauy uy noon
his frontage was consent to lay tho
curb. He could 111 afford It perhaps,
but men of great wealth and Intel
ligence Informed him that the cni
tianccd valuo of his property would
well repay him as well as the tax col-
lector; and a beautiful city attracts
1G 1906.- Imagine the surprise of such men,
JIUISU VI IUCU1UCIB Ul 111U UUUfVIUUB 1111'
I am surprised that counsel can
make that statement with a straight
face," said Humphreys.
Tho tlmo for tho making of tho rc-
jturn and hearing tho matter was scl
I or tomorrow oi u a. m.
Ono way to Improvo Is to Improvo
and not take all tho tlmo telling your
neighbor what he should do.
Tho annual floral parade will add an
other point to Its value by reviving tho
popularity or norso-DacK ruling.
While Knu residents nre Indulging It
pipe-dreams, It Is to be presumed the
are nappy, inais worm somcuuuji.
Should there be any. opportunities
opening up, rest assured Gen. Leonard
U. will be sent to mako tho most of
Humphreys Intimated that the pctl
tloner would produco a largo amount
of testimony regarding tho allegation
that tho Honolulu' Jail was as a matter
In Its wake no rurhlnir nlonir the front- Mti snmn ImttlA nvnr thnrn." null! Hum'
age of the Queen's Hospital grounds, ' nhroys.
also n fence and a sidewalk that looks l Tho bond which Chun Iloon was to
llko tho rocky road to Dublin In dry furnish caused tho next spat, although
time nnd much worse In wet. It would .1 hero was no troublo as to tho amount
Ono hundred thousand Europeans provement clubs, when the march ot of fact n part of tho penltcr
,rt the same number of tourists Is the' 'rict repair on Bcretanla street left "Thoy pour wine and coffee
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tin unfair to say nothing was done
Tho edge ot the sidewalk has been
fringed with a collection of coral rock
Humphreys suggested that a 1500
bond would bo sufficient. Prosscr
wanted ono for J1.000. Humphreys
IVirhnps Landscape Artls,t Rohlnsot said Hint was all right, aa tho bond ho
will be an unprejudiced person to Judge Uad already prepared was for that
it iiviiiL-i niu mot, auiiu is uin inuii nmoiint
They seem to J10 -wnklng up to It
that China's boycott of Americans Is
a Boxer movement against all foreign
It Is rather unkind that Achl hasn't
Included Dorcmus Scuddcr somewhere
on his slate. They worked together In
the last campaign.
Those who forco tho land policy Into
tho next election should make full
preparation for a searching Investiga
tion ot facts and motives.
Collier's Weekly says tho passage of
tho Philippine bill In the House was a
non-partisan victory, It should havo
added for the Sugar Trust.
This Is the haiipy period when pol
iticians are telling stories nbout wh3t
others nre doing? and tthen ilemanu
that their names bo not used.
Alaska seems to havo fair prospect
for securing representation in con
Kress. Hawaii has only to noto tho
woes of Alaska to realize Its own good
tho first, from the standpoint ot civic
prldo and municipal art.
Questioning has developed the state
ment that the Queen's hospital lacks
tho money to put In a curb.
This Is Indeed a "state of affairs."
Anvinstltullon which we claim Is sec
ond .to none of, Its (lie, tho first of IU
kind In this Territory. Is too Door to
lay n curb, fix up Its sidewalk, reduce
Its fence and add a mite of plcked-up-
ness to tho main avenue on which it
What Is there about the Bcretanla
street frontage of the hospital grounds
to suggest the excellence of one of tho
city's most notable public Institutional
ought not the grounds and street
front of such a place be something bet
ter than n horrible example?
The questions answer themselves.
This paper has no Intention ot tell
ing the trustees ot tho Institution how
they should spend their money. Wit
believe, however, the town would re
spond It they made bold to admit their
poverty, If tho hospital Is poverty
micten, nnd ask tho money to put their
surroundings In a fairly decent condi
tion. Should personal solicitation be
not In keeping with tho dignity of their
ouice or the reputation of tho hospital
Ibe Bulletin will volunteer to solicit
from the poor men of the County o!
Onhu enough money to at least lay a
Prosscr wanted to know if tho sure
ty was sufficient, and Lam Wong ,tho
linndtmnn, was called on tho stand.
He testified that he owned real cstato
worth (3.C00, but on examination 1t de
veloped that this was Involved by a
Imortgago and other bonds. Judge Do
Holt found that Lam Wong was not
Humphreys turned around and call
Cd his clerk, tho gcnlnl Goo Hoy, to
tako Lnm Wong's place. Goo Hoy
proved to, bo a man of substance, own
ing 113,500 worth of rent estate on
School street, Kuaktnl street and Ha
waii, on which tho mortgages amount
ed to only 13,000. Judge Do Bolt
tnund him ncccptablo as surety nnd
Chn Hoon was released on ball.
Bachelor dinners have a reputation.
h.... , .. I-. ...Ill nn.lnn i')intll
illlUS Wily JJl-Ul!U will wuuudi .w..-
er tho happy Nicky and his father-In-1
lew set a new mark ror Bucn anairs
While princes and potentates are
showering tokens of their esteem upon
Mies Iloosevelt, tho American people
simply with her good luck. That la
The family compact that operates
with deceit for Its stock In trade and
treachery tor Its weapon, soon or later
sets the people to wondering whether
It thinks any one Is being fooled
If they will make tho ship subsidy
bill so that one steamship line cannol
monopolize all the benefit, Honolulu
will not wait long for first class steam
ers to handle Its Increasing business
at lower rates.
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It Is admitted that the Territory has
plenty of land. Therefore Land Com
missioner rnui uugm tiui iu cai'ci.i rnspte Q ITr-A
lenco any trouble In locating all leal- SP O'lVoU
tlmate homesteaders provided they do HOUSE and LOT, Maklkl St.
JIUl till UCIUUI1I1 lilt BUI1IV JMU1,
NUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 acre
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
Tho Federal Grand Jury this morn'
Ing mado a preliminary report to
Judgo Dole, 'filing seven .indictments,
six of which went on the open and ono
on tho secret file. Tho latter Is un
derstood to bo against Walkoloa, tho
postmaster at Halclwa, who Is charg
ed with ombczzllng postortlce funds,
which wcro In his custody.
Among tho Indictments on tho open
filo Is ono against Oswald Mayall, the
O. II. & L. Co.'s agent at Walalua,
charging him with adultery. A Japan
ese lady Is named as being his accom-dice.
Wm. Mooro ana Jonn uuiiy, mo two
marines who wcro nrrcsted on board
tho transnort Sherman in San Fran
cisco, woro charged on nn indictment
for conspiracy to pass a counieneu
note It Is set forth that on Oct 10,
1005. the defendants conspired to pass
to ono Charles II. Murphy a forged
oto for $10, purporting to havo been
Issued by tho First National Bank of
Mooro and Duffy arc also charged
on another Indictment together with
John nooney, with conspiracy to pass
n counterfeit $10 note ot tho same char
nctcr as tho ono mentioned, to Clias.
David Wahlno, tho Kakaako range
deeper, Is charged with larceny ot
Government property, namely, four
hundred military cartridges.
Maria Santos, a Porto Iltcan woman,
Is charged with bigamy. Tho Indict
ment shows that on May 19, 1903, sho
married ono Antonio Nllo, and later
on, on Oct. 7, 1905, ahe married Eduar
do Torres, Nllo being at that tlmo still
Cruz Torre, alias Maria Cruzcda, is
also charged with bigamy. It Is shown
hat on Juno 11. 1902. sho married Ca
raplo Baldcra iforao, and on July 24,
1905, Abellno Mcrcudo, tho first,. Hus
band being still alive on tho dato.
Abellno Mercado, a Porto Illcan, Is
charged with adultery. It being shown
that ho married Cruz Torro. tho wom
en mentioned In the above Indictment,
knowing at tho time that she had a for;
mer husband still living.
After reporting tho Grand Jury. con
tinued Its labors. Thero aro still a
few Porto Illcan bigamy matters to bo
attended to, but tho work Is expected
to bo concluded shortly. District At
torney Brcckons stated this morning
in open court that tho United States
would bo ready to proceed In the
cases. In which Indictments havo been
returned, next week.
In the King street window of the
Gunst-Eakln cigar stpre appears a sign
to the effect that a diamond pin has
been found and the owner can have J
tho property upon Identifying It. No,
icss man a uozen persons nave uicu
In to claim the goods. It was not
known before that so many diamond
pins had been lost
V. W. Hall Is a little better today,
though It will be necessary that ho re
main at homo for a week or so. He
suffered ji rush ot blood to tho head tho
On March 1st the Builders & Trader'
Exchange meets to tako final action
on certain amendments to the by-laws.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICES.
NEW - TO-DAY
HONOLULU GA8 COMPANY, LTD.
M the adjourned Annual Meeting ot
the Stockholders ot thcHonolulii Gas
PLANS ARE RECEIVING
The principal's office, also, Is at tho
.tear of tho hall on tho left. From the
I hall aro entrances to four recitation
rooms or equal size, on euncr side,
27x29 feet in dimensions. Tho main
stairway fronts on the main entrance
and leads to a landing, from which n
stairway on each side leads to the up-
THF FINAI TOUCHES Pcr hnway-
1UC rillAL IUUWUCJ ThQ ma,n ng8CmbIy haU it on tltlt
floor ln tho middle ot tho building, In
front, and extending over tho portico.
DESCRIPTION OF THE NEW HIGH Two recitation rooms 21x22 feet op-
SCHOOL BUILDING FOR WHICH
TENDER8 WILL 800N
tho new high .school building. Mr. Iliulldlnc on this floor contnlns a scl-
Illchmond was called upon first for sug-ence recitation room 18x19 feet,
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gcsiivc piuun uy 4ii:ui":ti,rk:ii, w iwnicil opens inio a pnysicui muuimury
Bids for furnishing tho county of
Oahu with 8000 pounds No. C double
braid weather proof copper wlro nre
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
homes for sale
"rent and company
en, ono on each side, Into tho assembly
room by sliding doors. At tho right
end of tho upper hall is the library,
nnd nt thn corner next to tho library.
lillo. Feb. 13. Principal Richmond with an entrance In front of the right
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Co I td held on February 14 190'3 fcce'veu uy l" ,nBl "n-", iur uii(iiu- upper Biair lanuing, is n mrge reciia
nt the omen of tho Comrmnv the fol- a' nn(1 Immediate roturn.'thc plans for tlon room. The mauka quarter of tho
lowing officers nnd directors were elect
cd to serve for the ensuing year:
W. it. Castlo President
F. J. Lowroy. . .Vice President
A, N. Camrbell Treasurer
D. L. W'ltnln'gton..... Secretary
It. W. Shingle Director
Emil A. Hermit... w. Director
L. P. Iwc Director
' The above officers constitute
Board of Directors.
D. L. WITHINGTON,
Honolulu, Feb. 1C, 1906k
nolulu, who had tho matter In hand,
and such plans wcro forwarded to
1 Ar-hll-rt Kerr embodied these
plans In his design for the building and I
30 x 16 feet, which. In turn, opens In
to a chemlcnl laboratory, 22 x 16 feet.
Ono of tho adjuncts of tho laboratories
is n dark-room 5x8 feet.
Tho basement Is to havo cement
forwurded them to Principal Richmond floor, i0 bo fitted with closets, etc..
the for his approval. A few modifications Bmj specifications call for tho con
I wcro suggested and the plans return- (structlon of a cesspool, a sower having
cd to tho architect. Tne present pians not yet been put In to mat instance on
received and returned, were approved, tne street.
except In ono or two minor points, by n jg understood that as rapid prog-'
Principal Richmond, and will undoubt- rc9S Bs posslblo Is being made on tho
cdly be practically the plans on which plans, and that they will soon bo rca
bids will bo called for. Idy so that bids for construction niny
Tho materials which tho spccIflca-jLC caiied for. A commencement of tho
tlons will call for will bo alternative !w0'rk of construction may therefore be
stone, brick or cement block: the expected In the near future. Tribune.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Dulletln gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day. For SI vei,r-
HOUSE and LOT at Punahou.
8lze of lot75x'12S; modern
Central improvement club organiz
ers will find themselves talking to
empty benches and unresponsive au
diences If they attempt to work from
tho top, down. Improvement clubs that
count aro well grounded on tho cooper
ation of all classes sufficiently Inter
ested to worlf for, themselves.
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
Wnen Chicago votes on municipal
ownership of ttreet railways, the or
ators of high degree will .spend their
time explaining how much better It
will be for their clients to reap tho. COR,
Trust Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
dividends while the people enjoy tha .,., ,
privilege of paying taxes." Big BubI.'';, .v,jHPHPULU. ,
WE HAVE. JUST RECEIVED A
0 OF 0
All-over Mull Embroidery,
All-over Batiste Embroidery,
Linen Band Insertions,
Eyelet Embroidery Insertions,
Lace-edged Batiste Flouncing with
Insertlo- ., Watch,
Eyelet Flouncing with Insertion to
All-over Flouncing, with Insertion
These Embroideries are Pretty,
Dainty and Serviceable, and will make
up with the finest materials. ''See our
Window Display for Patterns and
On Monday next
We Will Show -
A Shipment of high
TENDER3 FOR FURNI8HINQ 8000 choice of materials to bo decided" by
LBS. NO. 6 DOUBLE BRAID tho Board of Public Works. Tho stono
WEATHER PROOF COPPER U8C11 would of course bo of n local
wirf for -thf countv OP kind; tho cement blockB aro to havo a
WIRE FOR THE COUNTY OF . gh urfaco , ,mtaUon ot undress-
0AHU- cd stone.
Tho architecture Is to bo plain and
Bidders will make proposals for de- ln usual high school style; shingled
tlvcry of 8000 lbs. No. C double braid niproor, largo lour-p-no winuuw.. ..
. . , ,, - woodwork flnlslrls to bo of Northwest
weather proof copper wire. K O. " ,jumbcr, which Is, supposedly, tho fir.
uonoiuiu. uiuoers win siaio uurivi Tho floor plan Mr. Hicnmona nas
time of such delivery after contract Is concerned himself about principally,
let. Tho Committee on Public Im- Tho building Is to have two stories
provement. and Electric Light. .S-Jffirif 1U4Sm ".bSS
serves the right to reject any or all u.-iiuine. nnd earth removed in oxca-
tenders. vatlne will bo used in grading up. It
Sealed nronosals will be received ut will front on Walanuenuo street with
tho office of tho County Clerk. County deep portico over the main entrant
. . , . .... Tho ma In hallway Is 22 feet In
ot Oahu, until noon, February lOth,1.,,,,,, nnd cxtcn(lg th'rough ,ho ccnteri
1900. nnd In It are tho stairways leading tc
3309 Feb. 1C, 17. and 19. tho upper floor and to the basement.
WANT WILL CONSTRUED
HenVy Phillips uiiu o minors havo,
through their guardian, Wm. Savldge.
filed a bill for construction of will
against I.llla Souza, as executrix of the
will of Anna Beeslng, J. A. Magoon
and Hop Sing. The will, of which con
struction Is wanted, is. that of-Annn
It Is shown that John Beeslng died
In 1884, leaving about six acres ot
land, to his daughter, Anna Beeslng, on
tho condition thaflf'sho married and
had children tho land should go to
them. It Is further shown that Anna
Bceslng'dled In June, 1905, having pre
viously willed tho land to Lllla Souza.
Tho land is claimed by the Phillips
minors, who claim It under the will of
John Beeslng, while Lllla Souza claims
it under the will of Anna Beeslng.
i ALAKEA STREET.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
YOUR VACATION. .
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KIND8 Ol' RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Hal.lwa Hotel, King S3.
On Sundays the Halclwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, 'n, leave at 8:22 . m.;
jreturmn, arrive. In Honolulu at 10:10
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