OCR Interpretation


Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 29, 1906, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn82016413/1906-03-29/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

WSm
J j i m n r j a ta N
bS
UNLESS THE BULLETIN PRINTS THE AD THE GOODS HAVE A POOfl CHANCE OF BEING SOLD
g tt K4 J '& i U H 4 te a fcl J
ONE YOTE FOR J
fl : v
fl - 9
ff THE EVENING BULLETIN
g S2000 PHIZE CONTE8T.
f THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1906, y
This vota la good for throe wetla
I from date. Jf
totatotatatiaiiirisf
VIEAMER TABLK. if
Frem San Francisco: B
X Sierra i Apr. 4 '
Coptic Apr. 7
Alnmeda Apr. 13
f For 8an Francisco: J
America Maru .. Mch. 31 it
Sonoma Apr 3
m. From Vancouver:
IEvening Bulletin
J Hlowera Apr. 7 J
ror Vancouver; .
irrirrJS 3:3 O'CLOCK bulletin ads are good salesmen EDITION
For Vancouver!
Vou XVIII No. 3344
HONOLULU. TKlRRITOBI Of HAWAII. THURSDAY. MAltOH 20. IttOd
Pbiob 6 Cents
ft'
Favorable Report
Good
News For
Hawaii
WASHINQTON, March 23.
ATKINSON, Honolulu:
Committee voted report revenue bill
favorable five-year term.
KUHIO,
Governor Atkinson gave out the
above cablegram thla morning. The
menage conveys the following Infor
mation: v
'The Committee on Territories of
the House of Representatlvea has vot
ed to report on the Hawaii Federal
fevenue 75 per cent, refund bill, fav
oring the refund for a term of five
years.
Governor Atkinson will cable eon
gratulatlona to Delegate to Congress
Kuhlo Kalanlanaole.
President G. W. Smith, of the Mer
chants' Association, one of Hawaii's
delegates to Washington to urge the
passage of the bill, said this after
tioon: "We have every reason to be, satis
fied. I think a great deal has been ac
complished, and much credit Is duo
Delegate Kuhlo and Mr. McCtellan.
The business men's delegation worked
hard, but I think great credit Is due
our Delegate to Cpngress.
"There Is to be a meeting of the
directors of the Merchants' Associa
tion on the new steamship matter and
I presume this matter of the good
pew from Washington will come up.
,Therc Is but one thing for us to do
and that It to express our great satis
faction In regard to the House Com
mittee's report. At the end of the five
year term we can ask for further re
fund." LUCAS MILL RALLY
Jark Lucas presided nt an Informal
Itcpubllcnn rally at noon today nt tba
Lucas Mill on Fort street. Besides
Rupcrvlror Luens there wero uotlccabto
among the gathering Road Supervisor .
Earn Johnton and County Sheriff A. 11.
Ilrown.
, - .
The- 0, S. S. Sonoma will be 3G hours
late from the Colonies for San Fran
cisco. She was due Tuesday next, but
will not arrive until Thursday.
im rvii E i 4 tfoitf fh
uuuu iuhiiiuic J;
Largest Stock In the City j
from which to make selections, x
S
I J. Hopp & Co.
Old Reliable Furniture House." I
:ii
. V
V. YOUNG DUILDINQ
. , , .
The Home o
GOOD CLOTHES
AAKERSflEW
When you see this label on a suit you know It's good bet
ter, In fact, than the best tailor-made. Oenjamln Clothes are
made correctly, the materials are the best
Our New Spring Styles
JUST
1BHI1E SHI
OF JOHNSON
IS
At the afternoon session of Judge
Itoblnson's Court Mrs. Wharton con
tinued her narrative relating to tho
Johnson case. Sho gnvc an account of
a conversation between tho defendant
and his Japuncse woman, who refused
to take his laundry, because he had not
imtd her nil ho owed. Mrs. Wharton
lictcd as n kind of interpreter between
the two. and Johnson appeared to bo
come very nngry with her.
Pressor asked Mm. Wharton to de
scribe, the clothes which Johnson wore
on the day of the trngedy. Sho said ho
woro n black pair of trousers, a black
coat and" a woolen shirt. Prosscr
showed her a blood-Vtatncd shirt.
"That Is tho shirt," sho said.
"What shirt?" asked 1'rosscr.
"Johnson's uhlrt."
"Is that t-iO shirt he had on on Jan
uary 3, 1000?"
"Yes."
"Are theso the stains on tho slcovcj,
which you referred to as the red dirt
tains?"
"Yes."
Tho shirt was then offered Jn evi
dence and the prosecution announced
that, It had ended Its examination of
Mrs. Wharton. Harrison then began
his cross-examination.
Harrison's first questions wero con
cerning tho growth of tho eancflold.
The answer was pathetic, and such as
could be expected from a mother.
"I have never been to that place
since January 3," sho said. "I can seo
the canciicld from my windows but
go down there, never."
AT PUUNENE-
Walluku, March 28. Klnio Sasada, a
Japanese child of nbout flvq years of
ugo, was on Saturday last accidentally
shot by Ogawa, n ramp cook, at Puu
nenc. It appears from tho evidence
taken at the coroner's Inquest that
Ogawa was shooting nt n cat on the
camp ground, the bullet lilt a rock and
glanred and lilt tho child on tho head,
who at tho tlmo was standing about
J00 feet away. Ogawa immediately af
ter tho accident surrendered hlmsolt
to tho police authorities and was later
released on furnishing cash ball of one
thousand dollars. On Monday morn
ing when tho matter was brought be
fore Judgo McKay, County Attorney
Caso declined to prosecute Ogawa, It
uppea;lng to his satisfaction that it
was puro nccldent.
Tho coroner's Jury, which heard the
statement of the witnesses relative to
tho shooting, returned tun following
crdlct: "We find the deceased was
named Klnzo Sasada, was a native of
Hawaii of Japanese parents the ago of
five years, that he en mo to his death on
the 24th day of March, 1906, from nn
accidental gun shot wound from the
hand of a Japanese, named Ogawa. '
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd..
s Stock and Bond Nkers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and' Merchant 8ts,
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
imnsfj
NEWyoRK
ARRIVED
SHOT n KOOI
To Pass On
Offer Of
New Boat
Tho directors of tho Merchants' As
sociation meet In exocutivo session in
the Young building nt 3 o'clock tbls af
ternoon to discuss the proposition of
the Amcricnn-Hnwallan Steamship
Company, exclusively reported in last
Saturday's Bulletin, to build a now
rnsscngcr steamship for tho Honolulu
tun, a vessel GOO feet long, with a speed
of 16 knots, to cost $1,350,000, to make
the trip In flvo and a half days between
San Francisco and this port and to an
tommodnto between 200 and 300 saloon
passenger.
(J. W. 8mlth, president of tho Mer
chants' Association, I). A. Mclncrny
and Mark Hoblnson, while cast on tho
refund delegation, called at the head
quarters of the A.-H. S. S. Co. In New
York and received from tho company,
a the result of the consultation, n de
tailed tentatlvo proposition.
This proposition will probably be
endorsed by the Merchants Association
directors today.
BY MANY.
Tho battle df affidavits In tho motion
for a now trial of tho defendant In the
Ilrown vs. Sprockets enso was opencj
up again bcfor,o Judgo Do nolt today.
So far affidavits havo been filed by W.
A, Klnhcy, 3. M. Dallou, Frank Atncr
ton, Geo. 13. Snbtn, J, A. Magoon, J,
T.I eh t foot. C. A. Ilrown und tho twelve
'jurors who heard the enst, making u
I total of nineteen.
Today Kinney and Ilallou fought the
admission of tho affidavits of.tho twelvo
I Jurors, which wero died by Magoon, on
tho grounds that while a Juryman could
' testify as to any bearing on extraneous
Influence, ho could not testify as to
how far this operated on bis mind in
finding a verdict. Magoou on the other
'uldo contended that the nfllJavll of
Frank Athrrton, which wan filed by
Kinney, should not have been admit
ted, as tho testimony of a Juror could
not be used to Impeach his verdict.'
Tho Court finally allowod the affi
davits to remain. Tho Klnnov fa:tlon
Ms preparing to file a fiesh bunch cf af
fidavits, which, however, the Magoon
sldo threaten to object to having filed.
I
DENY LOW IS OUT
ANDJIOSS ) IN
There Is an Insistent report about
town that J, A. Low Is out as manager
of tho Honolulu plantation nnd that
Geo., lloss, who came down In the Ko
rea with President Iluck. of tho cor
poration, Is to succeed him.
Thn nliintntlnn ncrntit U'm. n. Irwin
& Co, through W. M. aiffard, say thoif
Is nothing of fact In tho report. Mr.'
Iluck last evening, according to tho
morning paper, denied that thern wail
to bo any change.
I
Vou Never
Know The
Time
when your house or office
may be burglarized. A thief
can In a minute abstract
the treasures of years. By
renting a box In our safety
deposit vault you are spared
all uneasiness about the
rafety of your valued posses
sions. The cost la only
FIVE DOLLARS per YEAR
and up.
SCORE OF AFFIDAVITS
For
200,000 IS NOW
The
SET BY
ONE CHANGE IN POSITION OF CONTESTANTS
The most rcmarkablo feature nbout . St. Louis bora have faithfully ud
the automobile contest vote this week
Is the regularity with which each of
tho contestants has advanced. Jack
McVeigh hag Jumped from fifteenth
placo to thirteenth, but otherwise ,
there Is not a single relative chango .
among those above tho thousand mark,
though Miss Lucy Knukau of Laliaina
has ;olncd tho blg-flguro people.
That doesn't mean, however, that
no votes have been rait. Admiral whim shows that Maul Is very much
lleckley has plunked In n neat fifty behind him and bat no idea of allow
thourand and ho now sets a new mark ing their popular man to fall by the
In tho two hundred thousand list. Ho wayside. Diamond Head followers
la lattlnp thn Pnmnnnv n ImvH nf lllln ' u-nlkrd nlnnir with anmnthlnir nvr (Ivn
know thatthcy will have to go somo thousand votes ndded, They aro con
to keep up with the man who conies In , slstcn't heel andtoo walkers nnd don't
with tho KInu every week,
Company I) has not been what could
bo called slow. Over thirty thousand
votes wero deposited to tho credit of fat number of ballots. Thomas White
tho defenders of Hllo and a duplicate rf Kcalakckua added a few as a ro
of this amount will land them In the minder ami Mrs. I) ckorson has Joined
two hundred thousand class, assuming I t'o t of thoso with ten thousand to
that they expect to get thcro. They th-'"" ercdlt.
do, and more, Tho count for tho week follows:
Admiral Geo. C. Bccklcy 203281
Co. D.N.G.H., Hilp 177865
St Louis College Alumni Association 130712
Judge A. N.. Kcpolkal . 114982
Diamond Head AthlcticClubi.'.,i,i,.-...w... 36332
Lihue Kegel Club 28948
Mrs. Lucy Wright, Waimca, Kauai . . '. 25229
Jas. L. Fricl (Mauna Loa) 14235
Leo Lorrillard Cummins 13937
AalaClub .- JJ894
Thos. C. White, Kcalakckua 10909
Mrs. C. L.Dhkcrson 10644
J.D. McVeigh 9347
D.K. Watson ' .. 9J23
Miss Hannah Sheldon, Lihue Kauai 8283
Jas. Kula, Kauai .' 59JJ
S. K. KamabpilU :..... 5194
Tommy Kcarns 2307
Louis H.Miranda 2027
Geo H. Dunn, Lahaina J946
T. dc Braga, Kauai 1500
Chester Irwin , 1209
Kaimuki, Waialac, Palolo Impvt. Club 1206
A.M Souza 120J
Mlsi Lucy Kaukau (Lahaina).. 1716 Honolulu Athletic Club, 45; C. E. Pe
John Raposo (Lihue Store) .... 1605 terson, 29; Ceo. Caehlcopulos, 31; An-
H.D.Jo 730 tl-Swear Society, 21; Dr. K. Yanagh
P. N. Kahnkuotuna (Pala, Maul) 800 hara, Kauai, 9; Miss Mary Con
Sam Chong 757 sales, 20; Chang D. Yen, 11;
J. Rodrlguet 377 Henry Hogan, 15; Jerry Durnlngham,
Court Camoas, A. O. F 167, n M. Olevlero, 10; Capt. Gregory, 7;
W. J. Harvey, 25; E. 8charch, 12; Miss Edna Agau, 17; C. A. Sam, 46;
Mtss.C. Gomes, 3; Hasel Hoffman, 4; I Miss Eva McLean, 7; Chief Thurston,
Ceorge Gall, 5; V. Jacobsen, 7; 6; Frank Doyer, 6; Manl. Munlx, 9;
August Martin, 89; M. Dotellho, 62;
VVWVVVVVVVAWVVWWVVVWVVAVVVVVVWAAAAVWVWJVtV'
ANNOUNCEMENT
SSL I desire to announce to the public ir
m that I have moved from the Union sp
s& Barber Shop to 928 Fort street, oppo- set
Uk s& site the Hawaiian Trust Co., where I ijJC
s&! will conduct a first-class barber shop !0S
with all modern conveniences and ex- d
&! perlenced barbers. $0?
jp; A share of your patronage Is re- f9
K speetfully solicited. ?
&
ml &
& m
Five-Year Refund
Mark
AUTOISTS
held their reputation for Individual
ballots. Really, there must he a verl-,
tablo army working for St. IjiuIs. This ,
week they put In over sixteen hundred '.
Individual ballots. They have It down
to , system and work on the theory .
that every lltllo helps.
Judga Kcpolkal has Joined tho hun
dred thousand class. Ho Is moving'
along In a comfortable sort of a way
resort to tricks; they are stayers, as
well Among the Kauai peoplo Mrs.
Lucy Wright's friends nut In tho larg.
(Continued on page B.)
Conference Fails
And Strike Threatens
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 29 The joint conference of the coat min
ers and operators has adjourned sine die without arriving at any agreement.
A strike Is Impending.
The failure of the strike conference nt Indianapolis Indicates that one of
the greatest strikes the United Stains has ever known will be in full swing
next month. It will bo more far reaching than the last great coal strike be
cause the labor clement have succecdod In consolidating nil the coal workers
of tho country and arc said to hnvc n massed n strike fund of over $.1,000,000
The strtko will bo under the leaderahl p of John .Mitchell and will Include the
nnthracllo workers as well as the sof i coal miners. Kvery miner of lli
country Is expiated to go out, consequently nftcr the present surplus supply
Is consumed thcro will be nothing to keep the fires going In the thousand and
Qno Industries where coal Is used, frcildcnt Iloosevclt, who was tho leading
factor. In bringing tho previous co.il st-lkc to n close has done his utmost to
bring nbout an understanding, but tbu far without result.
TO CONTROL
ST. PETERSDURQ, Russia, .March 29. A special commission with ie
Wltte, president hat been created to have control for the public with tho
troops In handling any outbreak.
o
WIFE HAD CYANIDE.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., March 29. Evidence has been secured, .showing
that Mrs. McVlears, wife of the man whose body was found In a trunk at
Stockton, purchased cyanide of potaulum. This may have a. bearing on
the case of Mrs. Emma Ledout, who Is charged with the murder of McVlcar.
CAR MEN
OAKLAND, Cal., March 29. The
strike.
FEDERAL HOSPITAL AT GUAM. '
WASHINQTON, D. C, March 29. A, hospital for the treatment of gan
grosa will p'robatly beWected at. Guam, to accommodate 400 cases. 4
V
OREGON DISTRICT ATTORNEY. utr
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 29. Bristol has been reappointed District
Attorney for Oregon.
o
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 28. SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals,
3.51 cents or $70.20 per ton. Previous quotation, 3.55 cents.
DEETS; 83 analysis, 8s 3d. Parity, 3.71 cents. Previous quotation,
8s 4 1-2d.
Mrs. Wharton Tells
With Tears How She
Found Son's Remains
PATHETIC SCENE IN JOHNSON MURDER TRIAL
"My son Simeon Is lost, Ood help
mo! Ood help mo!"
With theso words poor little Mrs.
Wharton broko down completely on
tho witness-stand this forenoon and
sobbed nloud as tho horror and grief
of her llttlo son camo back to her viv
idly at tho sight of Johnson, his mur
derer, who sat facing her only a fow
feei away. She had kept up bravoly
through the, ordeal of giving her testi
mony, which may lead tho alayor to
tho gallows; but when her nnrratlvo
approached tho climax of tho horror,
tho unfortunate, mother's nerve failed
her, and Bho could not restrain the
tcrrlblo agony sho folt, as tho horrible
memories camo back to her.
Throughout tho hearing of Mrs.
FOOT EXERCISE
Is one of the first principles for the bus
iness man's comfort. When he tries a
Heywood No, 204, Somerset bal. he will
experience that real satisfaction obtainable
in the good stout soles and durable uppers
of all our Hey woods
Price
Our method of fitting makes It
OUTBREAK.
TO STRIKE.
street railway employes have voted to
v "
Johnson's testimony the attorneys on
both sides showed tho utmost consider
ation, especially T. M. Harrison, who
refrained from making the many tech
nical objections, which aro generally
used. Hut In splto of all that, the at
torneys felt for tho poor woman, they
had to mako her go through tho ordeal
of describing tbo terrible fato of her
first-born.
After her first break-down Mrs.
Wharton composed herself and went
bravely ahead with her narrative, but
when tho Attorney General handed
her the blood-stained llttlo garments
of her child, her grief again broko
down all her sclf-rcRtralnt, and she
sobbed nloud in her anguish,
(Continued on Page 4.)
$4.50
easy for you to make a selection.
ii
f
'
8
q
I
1
M
J
Hawaiian
Trust Co.,
Limited.,
The Kash Co., Ltd.
FORT and HOTEL 8T8. TEL. MAIN 25.
EPacheco,928FortSt
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
'PHONE MAIN 282
1051 FORT STREET HONOLULU
nnAAWWVVWWVVVMAWMAAAArVWrwAllVWVAAr)AMAAAArVWMrVS
Fort Street, Uonnlnla
rVMWVVVVVVVVVVVVVVIVVMrVtAArVWVVM
nrftnirnninr''nrwnrynrnnnnnnnnnnniwnnnniuuSi
-3S-- - .. rr: ;.S
! ViirVtn'&i.
- " . " TfflBTifi.L t
tt'.-tr innti
..
Si

xml | txt