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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T.f SATURDAY, OC TOBER 29, J 904
'jj Wk ATTORNEYS " "
I K JOHN RICHARDSON
IjBF'msV'' Attoiinev at Lav
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IK? LAHA1NA, . MAUI
IBfe' A. N. HAYSEL'DEN '
EHr . ATTORNEY AT LAW
B and Notary pudlic
a "LAHAINA, - - MAUI.
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MOSES K. NAKUINA
For the Island of Molokai
AT PAIA DEPOT.
Central Maui Tunis Out lin
Mass Te Greet and List
en to the Republican
UAV. COM. and 6. Co.OUTFEAST
Ecpubllcnntam nnd Its Principles
Intelligently DUcHswd. Marty
Republican Votes Undo for
Tho largest crowd which nan vet
gathered to meet either the Gover
nor-or candidates was to been-seen
at the luau given by the. combined
interests of tho Hawaiian Commer
cial and Snur.r Company at Pniu last,
Monday evening at Pnia depot.
Special trains from Kihci Buuno
n,Wailuku, Kahului nnd Uamaun
poko were run and the carrying en
pacity of each train wat; taxed to
accomodate the throng.
The cntiro storage room of trr
wareliouse was given up to the
tables which were laden with even
tooth some dish imaginable.
From, tho overhead beams were
suspended 11 airs of all natlone, and
banners, while the bareness 1 was
concealed by palms, which with' the
unrivaled incandescent light? lent to
th attractiveness of the place.
"" Ji is estimated that between one
thousand and eleven, hundred, people
were in attendance.
After the good things had been
douo justice ,to, Judge A. N. Kepoikai
calledfor order and introduced as
the first speaker David Kalauokala-
ni Jr. who address tho audience in
M. S. Doponte was introduced and
in a happy strain addressed the
young Portuguese in their own
tongue. 'That his remarks were well
remained was denu nstratcd by the
Judge Kopoikai then Introdul-cu
our uext delegate to Washinirton.
Kuhio Kalanianaole. It was some
iv minutes belore tno cheering va
topped and -the audience quie'ted
down sufficiently to allow of tho
Prince being hoard. ,
He remarked that It wasamii-
taken idea, that Hawaii was exten
di vely known on the mainland, that
the Senators and Representative
who got to make up the Federal
Congress, knew little and aside from
a .low cared less about Hawaii when
it came to the matter of appropria
tion!, That the only way Hawaii
could get what she wai justly enti
tled to would be through a Delegate
elected by the party which was in
sympathy witk the party in powor.
Congress being republican git is only
uitural that a republican delegate
can obtain more substantial benefits
nnd appropriations from Congress
than a democratic delegate.
Much of the work of tho delegate
had been undone by some of our own
people who tried to belittle and hin
der the work.
In order to got what you want
ycu must have confidence in your
delegate; as it Is through him only
that you can make known your wants.
If you have not confidence in him,
Gongrcss will have nouo and nothing
will be accomplished. One hundred
delegates could not have dons atiy
more that Kuhio did, as it being a
presldental year only matters of na.
tional importance are taken up.
"My work, liko that of nino-tenthsof
the members of Congress, has been
centered in the House and Senate
Committoes having in charge matters
of immediate interest to Hawaii. Tho
speech making, the pyrotechnics arc
not the province of n'lV-'ltrblDi lu
g te without a voti. I .have. lv
kept lit ripucial '.ouch w ilti the national
Departments of tho Interior, the
Treasury, and of Agriculture, and of
the War and Navy Department
who.-o rienrntnundation-t go far to
ward securing favorable action l
Congress. There is a vast ignorance
in Congress and in some (if the Depart
ments on exact conditions and neces
sities in tills Terriloi'y. Our local
factional opinions h.iu been aired at
times at th expense of broad,
thoughtful detail of t'en-ral demands.
I hare confined myself to facts.
hare endeavored to turnish the
Departments with the minute, detail
sd information that will aid in pro
moting such gcnoral legislation or
appropriations as wc require. I have
worked for Hawaii."
In conclusion he rcqucstad, that in
order that the fullest amount of suc
cess be achieved, every voter present
should go to the polls on November
8th determined to votu tho straight
republican ticket, thus showing the
Administration at Washington that
the voters of-riawaliwereinharmon
with the Republican Congress.
The delegate then addressed the
Huwniians present in "; their own
tongue. Three rousing pheers and a
tlirer weio given hinl as a final to
his iuspiting remarks.
Rev. S. L. Desha, who is stumping
Maui in tho interests of the repub
lican party followed, and la his tlucnt
and convim ing way defined the dutice
of tho delegate and told of the good
work done at Washington by Kuhio.
Speaker Beekley was asked to
make a few remarks. At 11:30 the
speech making was over and tin
former metropolitan aspect of Pain
diminished m the night's darkness
to its usual rural garb.
WHY THEY RESIGNED.
Brown and Chilllngworth Out.
Henry and Rawlins In.
"Honolulu, October 21, 1904.
Honorable George R. Carter,
"Governor of the Territory of Ha.
"In view of the differences of opin
ion exislting between ourselves con.
cernlng tho running of tho polico de
partment of this Territory. I feel
that your- views on the hubject
would be better carried out by hav-
ing you accopt at this time my
"Very respectfully yours,
"(Signed) . A.M.BROWN,
The above is the roplj to the de
mand of Governor Carter for High
Sheriff Brown's resignation. At the
Advertiser's request Governor Cart
er has dictated tho following state
ment of his reasons for making the
change In the Polico Department:
In reference to the change in thi
police department, to allay rumi rs
and false statements, I want to say
that tho action was brought about
by the reports and investigations of
a Pinkorton detective of the condi
tion of affairs in Honolulu, and who
hat uowbeen temporarily made dep
uty sboriff to assist in reorganizing
and bettering the department. The
object in making this investigation,
which was begun some time ago,
was that I wanted a non-partisan and
reliable statement of fact. I had
previously changed tho system of
having the High Sheriff report to
tho Attorney General and had been
having tho reports made direct to
me. I wauted to know positively
whether the High Sheriff was carry
ing out plans that wo had agreed up
on. The work of the detective re
sulted in simply showihg that the
0. 'iartinnl is not effective as I
le .levo t' is ciiiimuiilly i. entitled' to
aji 1 desires. The icnKii that the
change was precipitated at this time
was caused by a number of circum
s". .niccs over .!iich 1 M nut have
control and we could not afford to let
jatlatrsof the town run as they were.
'1 l.oie are no changes to be preferred
ol any kind that I know of against
ary members of the police depart
rat nt. ' I considered it bs,t under all
thu circumstances to make the
clinges promptly dtter having once
decided upon them. The position of
High Sheriff is an Important one and
we 'could not afford to leave 1 1 vacant.
WHAT BROWN SAYS.
High Shoriff Brown, who question
eo al to the changes taking place
stated that he felt ho had done his
duty in ilie best way known to nitn. ,
"I havcjtiitd during my ollicia
career," said he, "to do my duty as
I interpreted it. They were dif"
ferences of' opinion between the Gov
ernor and myself which apparently
could not be adjusted, anc I therpforc
felt compelled to resign."
CHILLING WORTH DITTO.
"The matter has nwoJd a foeus.'l
siv. 1 he, "an-1 under the circum
stances I felt that a. I had done, my
duly to the best of my ability that I
could do nothing but resign. When
I look back upon tho years nt hard
woi k iu connection with the duties ol
my offict-, T must sjvVj.ut I have
some regret ill leavffi?yjffiitf lepUi t
meat. I have putMoWml-w the best
years of my experier.c'Jieie. I can
sim'j.ly say I ,liav? done my best."
11 to 1.
The above score i the result of
thu game of ball play, d between to
Mailes and Morning Star, at Hono
lulu last Saturday.
The score U deceptive however,
for tho Stars played practically as
good a gamo as the Mailes, as will be
seen by the subjoined score by inn
ings. In the fourtli inning catcher
Kruger was hit. on the leg by a swift
ball which practically put him out of
commission for that iuni.ig, but as
there was no substitute pitcher, he
.iad to hold the box. Again in the
eighth inning lucky batting told
against the Stsrs, but In all the other
innings the Stars more thuu held their
Tho following is the game as seen
by a Bulletin reporter.
First Inning Mailes to bat: Cu
sack knocks a close inficlder and
makes desperate attempt for first
but it out on catcher's ihrow there.
Hampton gets his bate on ball; he
steals very narrowly, amid cheers.
Cogswell strikes out. Roberts knocks
one closo to the plate and stratus for
the primary, but pitcher is too quick
for him and delivers tho ball at first
with deadly effect. Mauisup: Crowell
strikes out; Hampton's scientific
shoots ai c moro than he can at prt
sont understand. Smith walks. J.
Garcia also gets base on balls; Smith
steals second uud then third. Morris
is hit and takes, his base. N. Kruger
to bat and bases arr full; groat ox
citement; Kruger is out at first
pitcher to that man, but Smith is
home; Maul sympathizers aro olated,
A. Garcia to bat; ho strikes out. Score
1 to 0 for tho Maui team.
Second Innlng-Grady lines wi.rmly
to first and Is out by a dandy stop
Davis slams lustily to ccntor for a
single bag; ho clovorly Iburgles tho
next. Desha is safe ut first on short's
poor throw but Davis is out at tho
plate trying to sneak homo. Ryan
flics out easily to man on first, Mauls
to bat: Jackson, barefoot, dies at
Pitcher Hampton's twirling hand.
Espiuda up; he puts it on the edge of
the plate-box and is finished by catch
(Continue on page 4).
fieport o? Russian Admiral DiscreditedA.
Mixed Cardinal at The Hague WHI Be
Asked to Obtain Truth.
Chief Clerk H. M. Dow's Case Dismissed,
Brazil To Have Navy.-U. S. Cruiser Colorado Showsr
High Speed on Hor Trial Trip.
(Special News by Wireless.)
Sugar 1)6 test -1:25 Beets 110.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 27. Ad
miral Rojcstvensky's report declares
that his tieet was attached by two
torpedo boats. Fie thinks he sunk
one, thu other escaping and that he
creased Urine when the officers saw
the lishiiii; bouts.
St. Pttcirsbutg, Qct. 28. Tho Ad
miral's report is, received here wih
sympathy and confidence. The iu
tety has been not cleared, and the
ou'e. me will probably be a reference
of tin- report to a mixed cardinal al
tin.- Hague to aticerlaiu the truth.
It U lielit ved that Eiiglnud will accept
Tiie report that Admiral Ho jus t
vei.eky iui.y be depose J will not be
London, Oct. 28. Notwithstund-
hiu thu diplomatic tact called forth
by tlio re, oi l, Eug'ar.d is preparing
for iiostile pu;sibililits. Great Naval
activity continues uud thu Mediter-
remit. nil llcct.i.s hiutenitig to (J iL fal
ter. Admiral Kojeslvensky' re
port i coehedyith incredulity.
The Cabiuet meeU at uoou.
I.icil'u, Oct. 28. Latur reports
develop the Tact that the Russian
warships have fired ou German IUh-
ing brutA off Jutlaud.
Honolulu Oct. 28. The embezzle-
ment case against H. M. Duw was
(11. M. Dow hiuI H. C. Mosman
woru arrested Wednesday pd
charged with Embezzlement of funds
belonging to the police deparlmenl
Ed). Hull, England, October 24. The
Ru:an fleet fired upon a flotilla of
fishing boUtsou Friday, 200 rr.iles off
Spurn Head. The trawler Crale was
sunk, its skipper and its mate being
killed. Other boats were damaged.
Spur n Head, the landmark men
tioned alKive, Is a long, curved
puiiiu-ult that juts out on the north
side of the mouth of the river Humb'
er, which form3 -the boundary be
tweeu the counties of York and Lin
coln and flows into the North Sea.
The long point fotms a large bay at
the river's 'mouth and in this the
.'arge North Sea fishing fleets lie
w lien not engaged in fishing off the
head. The city of Hull, from woich
the news of tho Russian violance was'
sent, is in the County of York, on the
north bank of the H umber, about
twenty miles upstream. The mouth
of the Humber is, roughly speaking,
In the center of the eastern shore of
Loudon, Oct. 24. Astonishment is
felt here at the action of the Russians
iu firing upon tho fishing fleet in the
North Sea. Tho worst feature of the
episode is that the Russian ships pro
ceeded without pausing to ascertain
the damago and without making any
attempt to rescue the Yictima of
The press this morning is unani
mous iu the demand for reparation
from Russia. Some believe that the
Russiaus lost their heads, suspecting
an attack from Japanese sub
marines. Owing toyesterday being
Sunday, there has been no official
oxpresslou as yet regarding the in
cident. Dover, England, October 24. The
Russian fleet has passed here bound
Berkeley Va., Oct. 24. Tha lynch
Ing of a negro hero has been followed
by the declaration of martial law;
Tnere have beer, several street cl: sh'
cs between troops and negroes.
London, England, Oct. 25. The
British demands on Russia have not
been published. Ambassador Benck
endorff has expressed the regret of
hU country for the incident. . '
Vigo, Spain, Oct. 25.- Niuo cot."
lU'ruaruut this port awaiting the
arrival of the Russia squadron. Tha
Spanish warships will protect the'
nt utrality of the port.
Brest, France, Oct. 25. Three'
Russian torpedo boats and collier
pa-.sed Ushaiit. Two Russian trans
poi ts have arrived here.
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 25. Geuuiaf
Oyania reports the Japanese casual;."
tics nt shukhu river at 15,879.
St. Petersburg, Rusbia, Oct. 25.
It is reported that Russia has pur-'
ch.iKed ill,- Chilean navy and those
shipr, will join the Baltic s-quadron :. V
M. Petersburg. Rusia, Oct. 25,-i.-''
Emperor Nieholus has telegraphid
King iM.ward expressing his regret-foiMhe-itieJdcnt.
of the Baltic fleet fir-v
ifig'.'ro lUhfng bouts in tlie North son,
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