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BULLETINS AS ELECTION PROGRESSED
(By Federal Wifeless Telegraph J
CINCINNATI, Ohio. Taft concedes Wilson's election.
NEW YORK, Nov. 5. Wilson has carried the entirt East and
PHILADELPHIA, Pa Nov. 5Retumt from State outside city show
Wilson has big. lead.
5 f DETROIT, Michj Nov. 5. Forty-eight prec'nets give Taft '3007, Wil
son 2358, Roosevelt 1521. "
CHICAGO, IIU Nov. 5. 298 precincts In Chicago f Deneen 18,983,
Dunne. 34,688,' Funk? 17,111. ;
SPRINGFIELD, III., Nov. 5. Ten precincts city and county: Wilson
1073, Taft 603, Roosevelt 750,
DETROIT, Mich; Nov. 8 Early Indications' print to Wilson carrying
Michigan,! although returns slow. : ' ,
NEW YORK, N. Nov. 5w Indications are . that Democrats av'e
elected about 12 for the House. ''
MILWAUKEE, Wis Nov. 5 Fifty" precincts outside Milwaukee counS
ty: .Taft 3048, Wilson 4034, Roosevelt 1584. ' ;
? NEW YORK, Nr Y Nov. 5. The Sun sUnds on iU earlier estimat ef
the electoral college:' Wilson 309, Taft 1 10t Roosevelt 82, : 5 f
' : INDIANAPOLIS,: lndn Nov.l 5-At 11 oclock Republican State Chair
man Goodrich conceded. Indiana to the-Democrats by 10,000. fC''s:'':
r ' NEW YORK, l;Y,: Nov. 5. Election of Wilson mads certalnlit nine-"
thirty o'clock, when returns from twenty States gave him a majority Irt
the-electoral college. ' 1
CINCINNATI, Ohlo Nov 5. At 11 .o'clock Governor WHsdn leads
Taft in his home city by about 1)00 cotes. - " - ' w
The Vote Is about one-third counted., - r
BOSTON, Mas., Nov. 5. At 7 o'clock this evening Indications are that-
fWHsoh carried Mastachutetts by SOfC0a Governor Foss has swept alt be
fore mm, securing re-elect. on by at least 70,01. s;!;r?;
CHICAGO,.' IIU -Nov.; 6. Rooievelt Is leading -in the count, which Is i
still, fncoh-iclete. t Four hundred and"
43,000, Wilson; 3859, Taft! 21,498 and
hew tokr, w. v Nov. 5. Mr.'George w. Perkins -and Senator Dix
on,, concede all the Eastern States to
Roosevelt- now lies in a; landslide 'f of
V8AN, rRANClSCO,:CaU-Nov. 5.
Vote repcrt;d kcavyi 5 Women turnedVout very, strongly for; Roosevelt in
Los Angeles. - Wilson polls' strortgly In San P'rancJsco and Alameda county.
T-:1. - "' i-: . r -ir.Ht';''-V.-'i?- -rt -'
f". LINCOLN, Neb. Cxyan has sentj a telegram to Wilson : T most heart-J
ily congratulate you land : the" countryupon election.; I am sure your- elec
tion, will prove a blessing to the nation and, a source of : strength, to ou
" FORT WORTH, 'Te, Nov. 6. Early returna shew : that Wilson has v
carried Texas by a large plurality, with-Roosevelt second- In the racs. The
figures .obtainable flvs the State to the Democratic nominee by two hurt.
dred and .twenty-five thousand. " -fvTlf - ;-l:; :-fs.y,ii:--H
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4 PO RTLA NO, 1 Ore., Noy. 5Witht a heavy Vote dri an unusually heavy
eglstry throughout the State the -indications1 point to the election -of Wil.r
soij -by an 'electoral, plurality; of. 500' votssv -i:Vt:-' oWtvw-iy
f Raln fell csnerally throughout the State but did; not keep the ; voters
froirt "t;id.'pUs.XVomanr suffrage ' ha$; evidently carrietfr V ? VC"41
: vThe -Bull Moose-ticket nad . aneleventh-hour rally; buttOolatSi
; DENVER Col. . Wilson' has .carried Colorado by sr plurality of'-33-CfcO
with. Ammons On. the ticket running with him. Moose leaders concede'
Rooseyelfs defeat In the nation, thct'shr they claim he will carry Colorado'
In complete returns glveyilson the? fallowing- states: - New ?YorIc; 'Maine, :
Georgia, Indiana, MissachuiittS, North Dakota, Maryland, Tennessee, Con
necticut, Kentucky, Sooth Carolina,' Delaware,- Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Ttx
as, Misiourl, .Montana, Nevf Hampshire Colorado, t V V, ; - K
- ATLANTA, Gav November 5.f-Georgla- has gone l.oyjErhelmingty. for.
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" CINCINNATI O.," Nov,' 5 Fjye staie precincts give Taft 477 Wilsons
394 Roosevelt 1 65. ' t : ; ;: :) V - rv
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BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 5. Wilson Is running strong j wlth Tift seconds
and Roosevelt lhCrdr- ZO'dv ; " ; 'V : v':;'.; vv-V
f P H ' LAD E L ? H I A; Fa.,' fibv. 5 a
SACRAMENTO, CaUvNov." k-rWilson. and . Roosevelt neck andk neck.
Willonvlikely to carry; city-;-;,
WASHINGTON, D, C, Nov, 5rThe Washington Times cenctdis Mr ?
Wilson a tremendous Svtsp.-
. NEW : YORK. rL Y. N
cedes Illinois to- Roosevelt, . . ; j
TRENTON, N.J. NoyEarly;
nis own state ny to per cent.; ; .
-BOSTON,; Mass4 November 5,
075, Roosevelt, Wf,. Taft
INDIANAPOLIS,' lndn; Nov. 5 Twenty-Seven State' precincts 'give Taft
'2083, Wilson 3987,; Roosevelt 2314. v r'-,.;r ;- 'f, :,V',
5 ST. LOUIS; Mon. NoV. 5-Speaker Champ: Clark :wfi re-elected IS the :
House as a result of today's balloti--:: -'.?-i. '.r-'-1 -"" :; .
r ROCH ESTER, N. Yn Nov. Sw-fFiffy-four districts Ut of I 8 f glfe' WHS-;
son 7282, -Taft 6967, Roosevelt 5750. .- ...:': 'rr.; ;::.,..- V"
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, BALTIMORE,' Md. Nov. 5.lt Is estimated here that Wilson has car.
ried the' State of Maryland by 40,000. ;.' . . v ?- r.--:'
LINCOLN, : Neb., Nov. William
gives Wilson 77, Roosevelt 47 andjTart
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Nov. 5.--S:xteen out of 221 S State nrecinet niv
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wiison iuiv iau '0;aw Koosoveii?. ; . v - . i
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twentv - nine orecincts aive'Rooaevelt
Debs ,1571 vrn
Wilson.-'. Their only hope for Colonel
him in the Middle West. v: ,
Polls close at six p. m. in California:
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city precincts glVf Taft 1011 yVil4
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indications Are that Wilson carriea
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Eighty city1 precincts giva Wilson 13-'
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MIES LULLS HASUORDSOF
PRAISE FOR KB' C.-A. 'ElIAfiARA
Tbe big new trans-Pacific , liner
Niagara, noW; under ' construction by
the Union Steamship company of Now
Zealand especially built for Ute Canadian-Australian
trade, ill be la every
respect In keeping with.; the progress
made' In Shipbuilding: within .the past
few. years,, according -to.the reports
brought . to Honolulu today t with the
arrival of Sir James Mills. Hanaging
Director; of the .company, who was a
passenger. In the Matson Navigation
Uner Honolulan. ; ; "; - ir
i Sir James is enroute to New. Zealand
after a year's absence on the mainland
and In Great' Britain. -? 'iS:
The new Niagara Is ' well- nbder
way and should be . completed . along
the first - part of . Juae : and "ready to
take , her placer in the Canadian-Australian
. -According ; to - predictions- modestly
vouched by , the British r steamship J
magnate who is awaiting passage in
the liner llarama for the Antipodes,
the" advent . of. the : Niagara ; into the
service will insure the traveling pub
lic &' vessel that is claimed will out
class' any thing yet; seen In Pacific wa
ters. Her dimensions are :-r&22fL 8
liC 66ft; J7ft, 6in.. and she will be
about .13000; tons- G. IL Her passenger-
and; cargo equipment ; will . Wot
the . highest and most modern class;
She Us; to be a 17-knot ship,, and. is
being-: fitted ; withcombined reclpxot
eating and turbine machinery,: having
three propellers, 7 two. driven by. reci
procating, engines ' and. the third by
low-pressure .turbines Thlaf ; type of
machinery; has been' adopted in some
of the largest . Atlantic liners and has
given most - satisfactory . results.. An
interesting 'feature' 6f the new vessel
is that she?will be' fitted to r burn el
ther liquldtfuei; or 'coaL This Evolves
special arrangement of bunkers and
wui'adtf very Jmucbr t the-cost of the
ship, but the company feels ! that Its
enterorlse in ' this direction win be
justified ' by the; many: -advantages
which oil fuel affords-. 'Among, these
advantages ; Jst thef act ? that a v very
considerable' section, of.th -ship, name-4from
ly, thatrpp'rtion whlchvls devoted Uo
uWlLI L.LLk 1(1
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(Special Star-Bulletin Wireless) -;
lAIIAINA, Maui, Nov.-; 6. A sweep
ing Republican1 victory' was the ' f esult
of, yesterday's election on MauLv All
a!ong; the ; j toe the Republican 'candi
dates5 wererethrhed . victorious ' over
thef ?Dembcratlc-i opposition." ; Pfihce
Kuhio secufed ;a majority of approxi
mately ' )80O over ti? McCandless,
while both, the territorial and cdunty
tickets ! gave f'Rebublican majorities
throuehout V i i'l V -ii1
, 'AU the Republican ' candidates - for
tne nouse eiveai-v iisf
, KeorgevP;noke; 146 John 7n-
cux; 12327 Edward Walahold,n2Sl;:p;
J. ,G6odnessl264A;- F."' TfivaresV
I 0 , Charles -Mkekatt,-1099 ;v (All'
Republican, eiectea)- ara.R.uuia, 4;
Manuel C Ross," 92ff;-Noah Kamak'au,
8SI EJ' K Kekoowafvi 46;: Johri N.
llaleroano, 750; r (AU; Democrats,; nor
; " For chairman, bf the board of -super'
vleors 'Samuel l& Kalama; RepiiUlican?
received" 855 Votes as against 750 for
(Wm. JCoemb,; Deniocrat - -
The entre. Bernibntan tuperysoraT.
Ucket was lected,: as follows v '4 1 i
; v R.I A.- Drammond, Witllani liennlng,
Charles Lake, Meyer. ;
v clenrent Crowell (Rj,- succeeds him
self as ;iherlff; with 1056 tojW
'.Mossman's' 809. Kyt-f )
For County" aetkWinF. Kaae. (ft)
was elected. Nd one -was In the "field
' Charles Wilcox: (R) ii iiected;56an
ty auditor, getting 1065 votes to Mori
ris K. Keohokalole'sHOfc "; !
Daniel, H., Case, the regular Repub:
I lean nominee, was' elected' county atr
tbrney by a vote of 1091 to T Jl M7. Vh
vasV805. - ;w.: V,
L. M. Baldwin fR).- had I no oppo5i-
Man! also nlccbod. two Renublican
behators, H' A. Baldwin ,(R leading
the ballot withi 1383,: and H. B. Pen
Thomas Clark (D) received .966 "votes
i and p. K.. Kahaulelio (D), 860. r ; . .
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a. BiirHneton eneine strack a street
killing one man and .wounding : fifteen.
t.4,; ' ' v.
the carriage of oil, will be both -airtight
and watertight, and this will ren
der, her- practically tmsinkable. : . It
hiay a!so be of. Interest to mention
that she will not only be provided with
more than sufSclent lioata to 4 deal
with her full completement of. crew
and passengers, but she will also be
fitted with a supplementary electrical
installation to maintain light oh deck
and throughout the passenger accom
modations In the event of. the main
dynamos in the' engine room being
disabled through any mishap. An in
teresting feature as regards the, ao
comniodatlon will be the large num
ber of rooms without upjjler berths.
These will be available for either one
or ' two passengers, &mJT should be
much - appreciated" by the " travellcs
public The; company -realizes the. . pos
sibility of 'great expansion In the fro
zen produce- trade between Australia
and Canada,, and; It is .making- ade
quate provision 1a the new vessel for
the carriage : bt' refrigerated "carso,
Like altr the passenger steamer?, cf
the Union S.' S. company; the" Niagara
will be,' equlppisd ..with wireless, tel
igrapborv'rVtXJi J--.i"ti vv f ;
i 'Alexander ;Hume tfordl V anions
the ' number ; of local promotion; t
who met Sir. James-at the i wharf U:!
morning, prepared to show him all the
courtesies of the port and city. ; ,
; George, Davles of ,T- H.? Davics .and
company placed a mptor car at the
disposal of th distinguished sUan-
Sir James has spent some time in
Lbndon arid also 'visited the shipbuild
ing plant -where; the Niasora is now
under completion He declined to state
as - to What process' had teen' made
in- negotiations toward inducing the
Union Steamship company to . Inau-
gurate. a regular San Francisco ser
vice. 1-V. ';"';' '." ..;v.'
Sir "James 'Mills' will depart for
.Auckland on. dr about Jen o'clock thl3
jeTenlng. It Is about one. year ago that
he called here' while "enroute to the
J mainlanll, ,transhiptlng at this pert
a? Canadian i-Australlatt, liner , to
a Matson Kavisatjon steaxaer.V ? . v ,
' (Special Star-Bulletin Wireless.);
V HILO, HawaiC Nov.' 6. With the
exception of .the senatorial- ticket,
which the Democrats-put through, th
election showed , a strong Republican
trehd"th'roughout';theBl5 Island: Six
Repuh'Iicanaf were-r-elected t'to- rthe
IIous3 frpri Ecst 'and .West. Hawaii,
cue Democrat and one Home Rulef
beifl Ifier 't)ther ?vf "sdccessrul caa
didates. vr"UXr-'--: ' ;
; Delegate iKUhlo Jpolled more than
twice as many votes as li I' McCand
ifess,f wbili? Notleyi and CHarst secured
a few. scattered votes ) -:
Representatives elected froia.. East
HawaU arei - SUva (R),"Lyaan )RJ,
Irwin (D), f aid i Huddy. (R). . From
West -Hawaii: (Holstein , (R), Kau
piko (R); Kawewehi CHR) and Kaana
tRK -:-W;r :yl '
; The supervisors vho were returned
winners, by the public vote are: Keo
lokay EwaJlko vPurdy' a Kanehallua,
Yates, Kanhane," and "Lman V:i "
Other county :pf fipers elected are :
Sheriff, Pua:; Attorneyi Beers Clerk,
Kai AutUtor, g MaguirB Treasurer,
S vain. '!v A; i -Ui & -.."vv. iZ;t:u
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Maui .r .'J vb'-r1, -; ;C' '
Harry- Baldwin i Republican;'
H. Bv' Penhallo, Republican.
Philip Pali,- (holdover) Reptiblican.
Hawaii : . ; i .
David Baker, DemoraL;?
George: Hewitt, T (holdover) Repub
lican. ; i-r ;.-: - v--"' -V- ;'' ''"; ;
i R.?. W: - Makekaur (holdover) ! Renub-
Kaua "-.-T r
B. A Knudsen,' (holdover Republi
can: - I; -. ; '-''; ; ;4-v':.
- Charles -A. Rice, r Republican' -
Republicans Democrats 4
A' ' HOUSE." ? 'n;";
Oahu. 1 r'- t:-'':--
J Julius W. Aschr S." S.' Paxton. ;A
dhle Robertson H. . R.'-i Kmslea, all
flhle Robertsoftr H. R.-i Kmslea, all
Democrats; C: H. Cooke, Norman Wat-
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fit -these; fire,
the thinp to:
look f of in
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.niceties of r ' -I
-- czrz - end; i kill ,.!
j1 fmcrt cf jhrid :
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: hzzl tzd dirt bn::h:d frcn ycur L:.;1::.t
5 till iuin to I ; 3 L c 2 f nt! 2 lT
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Store is tiva no coirp!ea tc Jrj u. oa t.'. j m. 1.
It is jut as quick sad baady, too, lorwi.!.-; izJ ircr.-;.
Saa Dig, (
Kins, Republicans, trom tne rourtnt.
H. Af. Kaniho D. M; lupihea, Jack
Kalaklela, J. M. Poepoe, B. G. Mc
Candlessr J. ;K, : Paele; 'all Democrats.
Maul .-xXf.-v?V-r V;,lci';-'
"George F. Cooke, P. J.' Goodness;
Charles. KL Makekau,-A. F. Tavares,
Edward .Walholp, John Wilcox, all. Re
publicans. .." y-.. v - - ;-... ; , - 5
Hawaii.. ' Z; ' . '-- .
Lyman, SHva, ..Holstein t Kauplko,
fcaaua. Republicans; Irwin, Democrat,
Kawehiwehl,. Home Ruler. : V ?
r J. H.:Cony, J, K. LotaC W. 31 Shel
don,'' TC p, Spalding, all Republicans.
. 'Republicans in ; House, ' 18; . Demo
crats, 12. ' " . ; . i ;-' .: V'-:;'; ;.-'
. Ari Alt American Rugby' team is 'to
be formed to compete with the Aus-
I trallam team ; at present in Calif or-1
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.'The fire department ':
af'"I:43 this afternoon to : -fire
in .the wareiou ; cf , .
Co. at the corner cf Klz? :
streets! The origin of tta f;;:
known,' but It '.startcj in tl3
the warehouset-where the I ;
eds, By quick' work' tha I...
soon, extinguished the blaz?.
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Dividends declared today a-i J ?.
500 to. the circulation cf nr--
ing as. follows; Havaliaa Cc-
and Sugar Co., 23.cent3, cr
Onomea Sugar Co., C$ cet3, cr
000; Honomu Sugar Co 1.Z1, c r "
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