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Evening Bulletin, Fst. US2. No. C2S6.' '
Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX, No. C4. '
14 PAGES-r-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TBKSIAYrXOVi 1912.-14 PAGES.
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(Special 4 Star-Bulletla V.'irelesa. 4
WAILt-KU, Maui, Not.' 5.
The first Maui returns given are
from: Kaupo, glvins Kubio 23, 4
-McCaniiess; 14, Notley 5, and
the other results, : are subtly
Democratic. - . "
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twv. T. Zuily and Incomplete returns "indicate
..r; ; L:;i c'zfctri in Wisconsin. " .' . '7
.Y, f:. Y., r,:v. C. n::s;velt carried Hon3 Kong by a plur
'..2' vets sbed Hscrsvelt 510," Wilson 218f Taft 67. ,
TJ, O.. Fov. 5. Five state precincts give Taft 477, WHson
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.'. ':.-.s pointto Wilson carrying I
'ral Wire! - T,-'rrr: h . . . : ' : v , c -H.- "
Z. Tt i f rc;:-:ts .city and county: "T .Wilson'
in Chi:::o: Deneen
YCr.iC," 1. Y., c. V. as:.n has carried the '.entire- East and
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.,, v. 5.Wi!scn carries Florida by 40,CC3.;I
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KwV YC7M, U. Y., fiov. 5 The : New York "National : Democratic
C claims returns at 7 p. m. indicate. .Wilson carries New York:
: . :-;!. L;;tts. Maryland and Maine. This added to 134 votes of solid
'v -'.:rta t-tal 16, leaving only to more .necessary. J.;
' ' - tARsoriati'd Pr-S3 Cahle . ' i . ' .
C 'i rr.AfCICCO, Cat., Nov. 5. voqs- sjoupajd - aajq) iuojj ' sujnsy
t:.:t V..';:n is running 10 to 7 ahead cf Roosevelt. - - 1 . , ; '
';gprcial Star-Cullc f.x C rr' , "
; HILO, Nov.' 4. TLsre will I: ;
wallvovers in the ccr:!-. e!;:t:::i
this Islands acccrdir-j to all p'--'.""
hi the present' tin23," though a ru: :"
of the local -Der.:ocrat3 are ccncc-.
a' Reputllcan' victory ln-xr.cst cf t
Legislature cfHces.' The chi:f inter :
fecmes in tho f-t for the sh-rLTs t :-
ce wh:re both ziiez claim victory l;
a ruargia.cf but cne . tunlrei vet-
For C:nator everyene seenis sure ti::!
Jletzger wila poll the hihct stren;:
while Fernandez, Republican is given
Eccond place. ;: ?. ; : . . -.
- David Ewaliko, who has been prac
tically In charge of tha local . Democratic-Home
Rule fight stated ibis
morning that he believed that iu the
firt.t district two but of the four Re
publican candidates, for ths House
would be chosen.' He figures that Nor
ir.an Lj'dan and Dr. Huddy, fcrnsly
from. Kauai, win be -winners, together
with Dr. Archer Irwin and-Jim Kepco,
of the combination slate, "In Aest lu
4 4 4-4- 4-4Kaanaa an ttttHtiar ian ne.sees tnree uepooncana or pos-
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4. - - . , .'"'' -4l t ' i ' : jj- siuiy iour as me Desi cuoice. iioii;c;n
LATE CARS TOMGHT. is expected to , lead the tlckeU with
t v v.ri-: i ,tt ft-aawe ananaupiKo tecona ana lairo.
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Y.'iiicn a trc
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his c.vn '.-1;
f.'IW Vc..:c, N.' Y., f.'ovJ5.- r.TaCombsV Democratic manager,'-: eon
c:d:3 i;::-:'- u r.a::5velt. .; v i:i:'c-'S'iSy:'-'l
1 r: C I , : " Li:. Ind.f riov. S. Twenty-seven State precinctf vgfve Taft
vi:. . ;. n;;s:vcit 314.-; :,;';-
FHILACJLr HIA, Pa., Nov.-5 All ity peciftcts give Taft 101 WiU
sen 110, r..;::v:lt ICO. . - If-v-V-''rV;
COLUMCUC, .f.'av. 5--Chairman Dougherty? of the.O Democratic'
Stats Cintral Ccmmittee says: "The State of Ohio has gone Democratic
by a I - 3 majcrity." ; . ; .; l'ff ' ' ' ; .." ;-; . ':i ' '. '
fi. J., r;ov. 5. Carly indications are that Wilson carries
73 f:r cent. -'yf;fff-xf; ff 'fyfifCf :;
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r.:.-; third.
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4 The first local returns tonight 4
4 were from -J Vaimanalo, ' where 4 55 '
4 IcCandless was reported slight-4
4 ly ahead of Kuhio, Colonel . Sam '4
4 Farker leading- for Mayor, and 4
4 the' senatorial ticket ' divided., i; : "-f
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The rnanagement of" the Moana Ho
tel arinounces a dance to be given this
evening In ; honor: of- the first-cabin
passengers cf the transport' Thomas.
Local Army; Navy,and society folk
are ? cordially InvitedJ advertisement.
STEAMSHIP MEN VOTE
frLN.'AfJCCC, Vis Nov. 5.Sixteen out, of 215 State precincts give 1
'..iC, Taft SIS and Roosevelt 48. -,rv ' -...y-.;. ;:v.'..
inc.,
C i C!;ZG, la.. Nov. 5. estimates from six scattered r counties
t.at r.ccsevelt has a s!i;ht lead in this State.- - ,i .;
C!l.::'-'N'.Tf, C, Nov. 5-Cixty cf 5211 preclncti In this state give
V.'iijcn Taft 1721, and Roc:svelt : 1CS7. - ;- : ' -,. .... , -
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tiZ: C7.K, V. Y.Nov. e. McComts claims the states of Maine and
New J;::.f
-.- LlfSCL!.. f Nov. 5. William Jenings Bryan's home precinct
. 77 r-rul 47 ..4 r.r - . ' - ' ... '
.Officers and employes in practical
ly all Inter-Island Steam ; Navigation
liners - were given- every opportunity
t cast tbeir-ote today, the echedules
being so arranged that all vessels re
mained for some time at a home port.
' The Mauna Kea. was an early-arrival
from Hilo this morning. . The. Clau?
t5 The- Rapid r-Transit Company -tt. M. K. , Jtakekau in .. hard' fight
announces , that tonight cars on 3 for. fourth, place. ; ; v
all lines will fun an hour longer 8 Integer Is Strong ' .. - . .
U than the regular time-for Btop- J5 -9?'wie oeuaie -.iE..-r,jusi5er, f ia
tt ping streetcar traffic. This will acknowledged to, ' be exceptionally
n.enahle neonte from the residen-: slronron the Democratic-Plate, with
tt tial and outlying neighborhoods 8' Fernandez on the Republican side
tt to remain downtown mtil a late 8 oi running mate.; Baker and Becklej
H hour, obtaining a fairly good idea-Urr consiaerea defeated,-, tnouga tne
tt of the "election results before.re- tt former may ' r , come', through-.; -stronger
tt'turning to their homes.1, ' r i 8 than has been anticipated.' - 1 f
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4 4 4 4' '44-:'''4 4-:4'4 V:4'4''.'4-'j ltie v Teasiiry rslmply ? authorized -to
dine, that nanallv rptiima to MnnnlnTn
on Wednesday morning, xame into port Total (appropriation ;fof Federal
thi morning, : thereby, affording f a tvi site, 350,000. ; '. i'f:f
ST. LCUI?. fa., Nov. 5. Speaker Champ- Clark was re-elected to the
Hcuse as a ri:-it cf today's ballot.", ',' i ' '..; -' . -; -'-- - ';"--.;
roCTCN', T'ara., Tiov., 5. -In the contest for governor of Massachu-k
t . : cut cf 11C2 state precincts g l.ve Bird 41,429,' Post''.7S,382;; - and
,'::ker :,::2. .' -V- : - i: (V !r-.--',--;'" -'r.'':;;'-,?;-:T::V; !,.rvV
chance for a .number of-men, to exer
clsep.th.eir-. right1 of i-franchise - .
i Coasting v steamers that have been
departing at an earlier date during the
week, were held until ' afternoon with
a .view. cf giving the crews time to
cast a ballot at the polls. 3 . - : "
The ' steamers Iwalanl for, Hawaii,
the Niihau for Kauai, ; Klnau ' for -Kauai,
Noeau , for KauaL and . Mikahala
for Maul," Molokal 'and Lanai ports,
re to depart: for 1 their : respective
routes this afternoon, and at the clos
ing of the polls.;. : ;-'. -.;
. i At Hila today: the Kauai, :Keaubou
and Kaiulani are; Ivlne bv Tiendin the
arrange for thei title to the -property
for a valuation of not more than 1350
GOO..;' . :fJ: Mki
The E. O.rHall site; the; last parcel
sought 'as a part of the federal build
fng; site. Is popularly considered to
be worth faf In xcess of the amount
remaining, in. the 'appropriation," af
ter awards' have been " paid to-the
other owners in- accordance With the
Amount cf appropriation 'remain-, 4-1 figures set by; the iMahnka site juries.
4 ; AWARDS ;TO DATE.V, ; ;
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4: First: case ' J133.000.00 f
4. Second, case . . ; .'. . ; . 71.679.82 4
4: Third case . ; .' . . . . 49,872.00 '4-
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VTotal ..rV. '.$256,551.82. .4-
caltp'o." u :
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Taft C41,Crym C:i.
'"'1 " L'JFFALO, ti. Y., ri;v:::r
dJntial elation givs 7i!;;,i ?,;.
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v C03TCJ, Ma-a., N:vr-'.:r 5. ni-' .j city
C75, Rocasvelt C,441, Taft C212.
, ATLANTA, Ga., riovenb;r 5. C::r
Wilson. . V ;;. - - - :
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V"!il-ONDON, Cns!and,J,riovt-:-,:ir 5. -T.j J.-itizii f:
declared that Great Critain Is jrdlrpoctd U cii:.:.tj t.2 ,
states to formulate their own r:a:s -tsrms..
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VIENNA Austria, November 5. An all-j-'ment cf t
dent as a result of the Balkan war. Great Critain, Fra-:
take one tide, with Germany, Italy and Austria th2 c.
that the Allies will establish a path to the Ae-san z:z,
for herself. :',-.:' - ', "
i-ADmANOPLETurkey;' November. The- Culjarlan tr::;s ar;
rushed on toward Cbnstantinoqle, with the Servians reinfarclrj t:- t:
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Nov. 5. The Critisii cruiair Weymc
the first foreign vessel to come as a part of-the plans for intervent!:rt c.i
the part of the Powers, arrived here today. .
- The Sultan's harems and those 1 of the Turkish leadsrs hav t : : v
transferred to- Asiatic; Turkey. ; The state archives have atso b:tn tra
ferred across the straits. "::;-: -..; ' - ' :-.
4 " "ing, $93,448.18. i 4
4- Fourth and final ' award will-be 4
V ; far O. Hall& Son building site 4
4-.-, .- owners.-'. : v.- Z . ; -'. ,: ;. . .'-.i'-:-'- 4
; From the ' figures given" above; it
may easily be guessed that the amount
Congress, has said might .be : Invested
in purchasing a federal building site
la Honolulu will be greatly inadequate.
Though this, sum', of : $330,000 Is gen
erallr, discussed ; as an appropriation,
the;; term is - so; used merely v as ; easy
reference. The' appropriation, has not
yet been made, ; but 1 the Secretary of
But none of these , awards have yet
teen paid, and will not until the acta:
al appropriation Is made by. Congress,
which is expected same time during
the" next session of thati body... It Is
likely, that when the facts relating to
the - proceedings in the' local federal
court are presented to Congress, while
the. appropriation ; billt: is under con
sideration, tbe,k.appropriation will be
made greater than; the authorization,
of $350,000.'. ;fM lffi t&ze
VThe figures given iaborve show that
$135,000 Is the highest award yet made
pVi BOSPHORUSfTurkey,:.Nov. 5. The Bulgarian trccps have cut t ;
aqueduct and; Isolated the Turkish troops occupying the Isst line of f:rti-
ficatIontV-', - v""-"'; . i-. '':- .' '-'..;.'-. . , -. --", j. v.- P .: t " .
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BOYS TOTE RAPIDLY i -
The ., voting at the boys' election at
the?Y,- M. C. A- is moving; along- at a
rapid rate. - At. 3:30 oV.ock 200 1;
voted, and there were 'the boys froza'
three schools waiting their turn. .
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48S2---4855
'f ir-Thete 'are the Star-Bullctla 'phcne Eutnl'ers for tie rrrrjpf ' cf
election returns. JUb? either or these uamberv te rennrct 'villi tip
fe;peclai election returns; service of thcVR'cnofnfa "''Star.flJallriiu tl.it
-i III be maintained this evenlnfr at IlrpaMlcna IteaJquartors. enrnrr
iT Fort ;and Jlerc hanta street) and raf Ti.e; Clarion, ccrner t Fort sr ,f
r vjioiei street.. v
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