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Vol. IX. No. 108:).
HONOLULU. TKRK1TOHY OF HAWAII Fit IDA Y. KOVKMI1KH II it(M'
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It Will Go Over Until
HEEDLESS CHINESE DRIYER
HAS FINE REDUCED
Dowsett Partition Suit Amicable
Malcolm Brown Enters Appear
anceHarry W. Flint Cited
The trial of Charles Downing for ae(
ond degree murder will not be conclud
ed today. Only the second witness has
thus far been called. Judge Humpn-
reya will continue the trial, wbenhaJ
court najourns tor mo oay, iinui x p.
m. on Monday. '
Tomorrowwll be dovoted to divorce
and chamber "matters, and Monday
forenoon to' motions and appeals In mi
Jurors not engaged in the murder
tilal aro excused until 10 a, m, Mon
Ah Tim, the Chinese hackman who
ran over and seriously Injured Horace
Crabbe, had his District Court flnj; ut
$200 reduce&to 130 by Judge Humph
reys. ThU' was on withdrawing his
appeal and pleading guilty, with the
consent of Deputy Attorney (General
Cathcart and S. F. Chllllngworth, us
Mating the prosecution. Lorrln An
drews appeared for defendant.
Answers liavo been filed In the par
tition suits of Genevieve Dowsett vs.
Marion C. Dowsett ct al and vs. Eliza
beth J. Parker et al by H. V. Turner
by his attorneys In fad Geo. It. Car
ter and Hawaiian Investment Co. ad
mitting allegations and assenting to
the prayer. Tho suits are to havo the
Dowsett homestead partitioned among
the heirs of the late James I. Dowsett.
Malcolm Brown has acknowledged
eervico of summons in the divorce suit
of Mary Alice Drown, and entered his
appearance and consent to trial at tho
present term of the First Circuit Court.
In the divorce case of Nina Flint vs.
Harry V. Flint the libelee Is ordered to
appear before Judge Humphreys to
morrow and show cause why ho should
not bo adjudged guilty of contempt fcr
neglect to pay J. A. Magoon his coun
sel fco of $50 ordered by tho court.
J. Peenahelo, guardian of Emella, Ki-
helu, Kamekiu, William Maunaloa and
Annie Wallanl, minors, has filed an tn
ventry. Betting, forth their several In
terest I nthree tracts of land aggre
gating about 95 acres, all subject to the
life interest of tho guardians.
There is a movement now on foot to
have a recount of the votes on the
whole of this Island. It this Is dono
at all, It must be so ordered by the Ter
ritorial courts. Tho First Precinct o!
the Fourth District is tho one par
ticularly dwelt upon by thoso who aro
pushing the matter as thero wero twen
ty Parker votes thrown out when tho
first count waa made.
The Navy Transport Solace arrived to'
d ip at noon, j days from San Francisco
and reports fine weather all the way. She
Is bound for Guam and Manila. The So
lace has a complement of 147 men and has
330 people In all on board, Including pas
stngers and men going out on relief for the
A Cottage Home on a choice corner
with splendid ocean view, fr one on
lower level, near car line This is a
for you to get a homo on higher and
more healthful ground,
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
Tel. Main 09.
HEALTH BOARD HEADLESS
The Hoard u( Health will be a head
less body tomorrow, Dr. C. II. Wood,
president, retires then from office and
membership. S'o appointment of a
member to iuccrd him has yet been
made. Nona appears to be In sight.
The Hoard elects Its own president.
None of tho present members, It would
seem, has ambition for the office.
The news came this morning In the
Mariposa of the marriage of Prod Wun
denberg of this city to Miss Elsie May
Eastmulr on Wednesday, October 10,
at the homo of the bride's parent,
"fcacrloon," Redmyre road, Sfrath
Held, N. S. W. Mr. James, steward of
the Mariposa, was the only kamaalna
of this place present at tho wedding
and It was from him that tho Informa
tion was received.
A hew line of French flannel waists
at Tho Laco House. M. Drasch & Co.
Dwlght Denies Statement.
Chas. Dwlght, who has charge of the
work on the new Pall road, denies in
toto the story published In this morn
ing's Republican to th eeftect that he
had fired out a lot of Hawallans on ac
count of their action In voting for Wil
cox. Ho states that there Is absolutor
ly no truth In the statement as can be
easily proved by a visit to the scene of
operations. HejdAtcs, further that,be
never had any Idea of firing out any
men on account'bf politics. '"
Y. M. C. A. Hoclal,
A social and baseball game will bo
held In the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium to'
morrow evening. One of the feature
of the evening will be the presentation'
of the medals won aVthe recent athletic
contest. Ladles aro specially Invito.!.
The llno-up of the teams Is as follow;'
College team. Punahou-'A. Marcol-
llno, Plunkett, Meyers, Dickson and J
Business Men, Y. M. C. A. Wato.--'
houBC, C. Cooke, 8. Hoffman, French,
Clark, Athcrton, Fuller, Merger.
Mitchell to Speak.
New York, Nov. 1. President Mitch
ell of the United Mine Workers, who
niinilimlail f tin ats-tlm nmnncr tlin in.
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adress a mass meeting In Brooklyn f-
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iiigm. tieury ucuite Jr., win ijicoihj.
Besides President Mitchell, other
speakers will be President Perkins of
the International Clgarmakers' Union;
Joseph Barondess, Ernest H. Crosby,
Father Duccy, John Swlnton and
Charles Frederick Adams,
Stewatd James shook hands with a
large number of friends in tho city to
day. He returned to Honolulu In tho
Mariposa as chief steward of that ves
sel and he will continue as such. It
will be remembered that, after leaving
Honolulu, he went on duty on somo of
the biggest transports In the service,
doing excellent work wherever put.
Now a Lieutenant.
George A. Herbst who was here for a
long time with Battery K of tho Cth
Artillery as a mechanic, and who wcr.t
to San Francisco six months ago to
take an examination for a commission,
Is aboard the Sherman on his way to
Manila. He passed examinations with
Hying colors and Is now a full fledgod
St. Petersburg, Nov. 1. Count Tol
Btol fell October 26th and severely In
jured one of his hands. Consequently
his Intended removal from his ostato
to Moscow for the winter has been giv
MOSSMAN-KAN1HO In this elty, at
tho residence ot Mr. N.rtley, Nov..7.
13nn hv Tllilr Abraham Fu-nandez.
Mr. H. J. Mobsman to Mm. Llxlejn'y three precincts wero received with
Tho Mariposa arrived from the colo
nies at C o'clock this morning en
route (or San Francisco. She left Si 1
ney October 24tb, Auckland Oct, 29th,
Apia, Nor, 2d. Her time from Sidney
was 1 6days, 12 hours, 3G minutes, o
perienclng fine weather throughout the
voyage. She has Ave passengers for
Honolulu W. H. Ray, Lord Osbumo
and valet, Douglas Hall, Dr. R. B.
Chapman and T. J. Carlisle and 26 ca
bin and 30 steerage passengers for San
Tho aMrlposa has freight for Hono
lulu consigned to Holllster Drug Co.,
Theo. H. Davles V Co. She sailed to
day at noon.
Men's dress shirts, open front or
back, the largest and most complete as
sortment in town at $1.00 apiece. L. D.
Kerr & Co., Queen street
Joe Travis, formerly of the Star, Is a
through passenger from San Francisco
for Manila in tho transpot Slicman,
The latest (styles In shirts and tics
are to bo found at lwaknml's, Hotel
street. Tel. M01 White.
Carries Hawaii by Narrow Mar
gin and Sweeps KauaiDefeat
of Parker PossibleReturns
Are Sot Complete.
LcavlnglMaul, Moloka'l andlLanal out
of tho calcnlatlon on the matter of del"
gato to the 56th and' 57th Congresses,
tho followlrrt ftgrjiys arojirrlved at
Wilcox's plurality on Hawaii
For SGth Congress ...f. 110
For 57th Congress ft 130
Mvilcox plurality onlKaual '
For 66th .Congress 166
For 57th Congress 161
Total plurality for Wilcox on Ha
waii and Kauai
For 56th Congress 282
For 67th Congress 291
Parker's plurality on Oahu
For 56th Congress 249
For 57th Congress 235
These figures give Wilcox's plurality
for Hawaii, Oahu and Kauai:
For 56th Congress 33
, For 67th Congress 59
It was found yesterday afternoon
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I thnt a mistake had been made In tho
returns from Walalua which, when
first telephoned up officially, wns giv
en at 25. The correct figure Is 65 whb'h
means an addition of 30 to the original
OFFICIAL FROM .HAWAII
The ofllclal returns received 'by the
Election Bureau this morning wore
very Incomplete. From Hawaii two
precincts of tho Illlo district of tho
First Hcnrcsentatlvo District, were re
ported as" follows:
56th Congress Precincts. Total
Prlnco David 5
Samuel Parker 54
Robert Wilcox 12
Prince David 5
Samuel Parker ....51
Robert Wilcox 15
Ewallko J 5
Haaheo S. II 22
Koahou K. M 4
Lewis, Jas. D 30
Makekau It. II 29
Mattoon, Jas 20
Nalllma W. B 7
Purdy, Wm. N 4G
Rycroft, R. II 23
Williams, Chas 45
OFFICIAL FROM KAUAI
From Kauai tho 'official returns ot
56th Congress Precincts. Total.
2 3 7
1 Prlneo David 4 9 13 26
Samuel Parker .... 2 37 15 54
Robt. Wilcox 26 80 61 167
Prince David 4 10 16 'So
Samuel Parker .... 2 39 14 65
Itobt. Wilcox 26 76 51 163
SENATORS SAME PRECINCTS.
C. II. Bishop 1 12 13'
Kahlllna I. II 26 69 48
Nakapaahu, Luka ..31 89 45
Rice W. II 3 30 16
Wilcox O. N '5 30 25
Aklna J,iA 27 112
Blake, Chas 4 7
Kaauwal I. K 24 73
Kaeo S. K 2
Kalll S. K 2
Kalawala D. L 1
Knudsen E. A. .... 5
Lelclwal J. II. K 25
Mlka A. K 1
Puuhl R 25
Punl Jos 3
Sheldon W. J 1
Walnlenlo R 0
Wcnner Wr. Jr .. 0
Wilcox S. W 4
Robert Wilcox has been elected Ha
waii's delegate to the 66th and 67th
Congresses. This Is (ho bare statement-
of a startling and most disap
The Noeau from Hamakua on the
Island of Hawaii and tho James Makeo
fromKapaa on the Island of Kaur.t
brought the news at an early hour thU
morning. Through the kindness ot
I'uracr Adams of the former steamer
ami Captain Tullett of tho James Ma-
kee, the Bulletin Is nble to glvo tho
correct figures of the election.
As It was supposed by the captain ot
the Noeau that the returns from all of
Maul and Molokal had been brought to
Honolulu by other steamers, no stun
was made at Lahalna to get the news
for the' people of this island. However,
the Klnuu on her way up, got the fig-,
ures, carried them to Hawaii and there,
after careful figuring on the part of 1
number of men In llllo, secured ths
plurality for Wilcox which will bo giv
en later on. So Maul and Molokal arc
practically heard from so far as tho
vote for delegate to Washington Is
It was simply a snowstorm on the
Big Island, the Independents carrying
nearly everything before them. The
storm was even worse on the Garden
Isle, for not a Republican on the tlckot
was elected. Many of the natives went
to the polls wearing the yellow ribbon
but they voted for the man who
to their minds represented the aneler.t
prejudices against tho people whom
they allege guilty of stealing the coun
try from them.
On Hawaii, the vote tor delegate tu
Washington stood as follows:
For 66th Congress
SAMUEL PARKER 854
PRINCE DAVID .'.307
For 57th Congress
SAMUEL PARKER 830
PRINCE DAVID 328
This shows a plurality of 116 for the
66th Congress nnd 130 for the 57th on
tho Big Island which was supposed to
be strong for Parker. Ills own home
district throw him down with a dull
When the Klnau reached llllo, n
comparison of the results of th elec
tion on the Islands of Oahu, Maul,
Molokal, I,annl nnd Hawaii was mndo
and, after careful figuring, It wns
found that Wilcox led the Republican
candidate by 75 votes for the 56th Con
gress and 78 for the 57th.
The result ot the election for Sena
tors was as follows:
BROWN (Ind. and Dim. ) ....1079
PARIS (Rep.) 1025
KAOHI (Ind.) 991
HOLSTEIN (Rep.) 957
Hawaii Is entitled to four senators
which gives the Republicans Paris and
Holstetn. The Independents have Ka
ohl solid, -while Brown ran on both the
Democratic and Independent tickets
and may bo called either.
The fight for representatives was
very lively on Hawaii. Following was
MAKEKAU (Dem.) 709
HAKO (Dem.) 613
NALIMA (Dem.) 692
EWALIKO Ind not llomn Rule 661
MONSARIIAT In.not Homo Ru.613
KAL1KOA (Ind.) 507
IIANINO (Ind.) 501
KEKAULA (ind.) 493
For ench of tho districts of the Isl
and ot Hawaii the number of represen
tatives to be chosen is four. It will
then be seen that Makekau, Haeo, Null
ma, Ewallko, Monsarrat, Kallkou, Ha-
nine and Kekaula will be the men to
take their scats In the House ot Repre
sentatives as representing the Big
As will be seen, tho Democrats auu
cceded In getting In threo of tbclr rep
1 esentatlves Makekau, Haeo and N'a-
Tho news from the Garden Islo Is
most disastrous to tho Republican par
ty but when all Is kuown, the Republi
cans were not expecting moro than a
hundred votes from that place. Thv
result of tho election was at follows
For Delegate to 56th Congress
SAMUEL PARKER 149
PRINCE DAVID 14S
For Delegato to 57th. Congress
SAMUEL PARKER 153
PRINCE DAVID 147
As will bo seen, Knual gives a plu
rality to Wilcox of 166 for tho Mill
Congress and 164 for the 57th and adl
cd to the 75 and 78 plurality from the
remaining Islands makes tho total plu
rality of Wilcox 241 and 242 for tl.o
wholo group. It can well bo seen tint
his election Is without doubt.
The fight for senatorial honorB on
Kauai reseultcd as follows:
O. N .WILCOX 23J
W. II. RICE ISO
C. 11. BISHOP 134
Both Nakapaahu and Kahlllna uro
Independents. Tho former Is a Wnl-
mea man and Is perhaps thu best liked
native on the Garden Isle. It was not
his intention to run for the Senuto but
natives from one sldo of tho Island to
the other called on him and flnilly
prealled on him to enter tho fight. Ho
Is nn upright fellow nnd It Is on ac
count of his squaro dealing In every
thing that he Is bo popular.
The following was thu result of the
light for representatives:
8. W. WILCOX 243
KAILI '. 164
CHAS. BLAKE 121
8. K. KAEO 11.")
PUNI ... 69
'The Island of Kauai Is entitled to
four representatives so that Puulki
Aklna, 8. W. Wilcox and K-auwal aro
the winners. Tho three natives are In
dependents while Wilcox Is a Demo
crat. When the steamer James Makeo left
Kapaa yesterday, the returns from tho
Island of Nllhau hud not yet been re
ceived but as thero uro only about 20
registered voters at that place, no dif
ference to tho result on Kauai will ho
mndo by them.
Both steamers report n veiy quiet
election on the Big Island ami Kauai.
Thtf was no Hunting or rowdyism ot
any kind The polite were fully pre
pared for an emergency but their iter-
tiers, outside of regular routinu duty,
were not required.
The following will be the strengtb'of
tho parlies In tho Senate:
Fiom Oahu 4
From Maul, Molakal, Unal 1
From Hawaii , 2
From Kauai 0
For Oahu 3
Fur Maul, Molokal and I-anal ...,2
For Hawaii 2
For Kauai :
As tho vote of Watluku, Mual, Molo
kal and Lnnal has not yet been receiv
ed here, 'it Is hard 'tu tell Just how the
senatorial ticket will go but, Judging
from the way the three Islands support
ed Wilcox (this general statement wtvv
sent from llllo to the Noeau Just bo
fore th edeparture of this steamer),
the election of senators will result in
tho choice of two Independents and oao
Republican (II. P. Baldwin).
Brown of Hawaii can hardly bo
classed n full Independent so that tu)
Republicans with their seven senators
and the Independents with their seven
will stand on about an equal footing.
The strength of the parties In the
House of Representatives will be us
follows. Maul being left out of the cal
culation on account of news not havms
For Oahu 6
For Maul, Molokal and Lanal..
For Hawaii 0
For Kuuul 0
For Oahu G
For Maul, Molokal, Lanal
For Hawaii 3
' For Kauul 3
For Oahu 0
For Maul, Molokal, Lanal
For Hawaii 3
For Kauai 1
INDEPENDENTS (Not Homo Rule)
For Oahu ')
For Maul, Molokal, Lunal
For Hawaii Z
For Kauai 0
The news of the victory of Wilcox on
the Big Island and Kauai was not re
ceived hero with very much enthu
siasm. As soon as the leaders of tho
Independent party heard o( the, to
them, good news they rushed out tu
tho home of Robert Wilcox and trior a
held a short Jollification meeting. It
Is likely that there will be a big par
ade and luau tonight In honor of the
success of the Garlbaldlan.
Bethel street In tho vicinity ot tho
Independent headquarters Is crowded
with natives who havo gathered to
gether to hear over and over again
tho news that has given them so much
II U PINI8HES 8TROr G.
Buffalo, N. Y Nov. 1. The Roose
velt special pulled out of Buffalo at
8:30 a. m. bound for Jamestown, ami
scheduled to stop at many places along
the route. Tho Governor felt very well,
his voice not appearing to havo felt tho
strain ot last night's threo meeting
For tho first time since the campi ,m
j began, he last night attended a dlnn'r
after he waa through with tho meet
ings, former senator jonn i-angium,
ot this city, gave a dinner to tho ora
tors nnd newspaper men of the train
nnd tho Governor asked to bo Included
In the party. Ho made a few remarks
about the pleasant features of,the trip
and the great assistance rendered b
thoso who havo accompanied h'm.
Kerr & Co. havo value!) In men's and
boy's clothing that cannot bo dupli
cated. Thoy are making a specialty
Just now of boy's tweed pants at 25
cents per pair.
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