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VOL. XVIII. No. 335ti.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, 8ATUI1DAY, APRIL 14, 1900.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SHEMIFF'3 SALE NOTICE.
Under nlnl by lrtno of n Writ of
l'vc-ullnn l-esucil liy Die lloiidrillila
William !.. Whitney, Dls.rlet Mngls
Imlu or Honolulu, Island iiiul County
of Oahn. Territory of Hawaii, on the
llh ilay of April, A. 1). IPiifl, In tha
Mailer nf Kalilna K. llulclilnum, plain
tlrf, vn. "Mrs. .1. K. laukca. ili-fonilniil, I
illil In nalil Honolulu, on tho ftth day of
Aptll. A. I). ltwfi. levy upon nuil Rhnll
offer lor Kilo ninl sell at public- miction
to llio highest Milder, nt t tic Poller
Hlatlnn, Ktibikniin Halo, In raid llono
lulu, ni 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
tho nth day of Ma). A. I). 1!) ifi. nil the
right, title nnd In emit of tho said
Mrs. J. K. Imihc.i, di'fi ndatit. In and
to nil the following ilcsctlhcd property,
Ulllrs the mini o! Two lliitidicd and
I'nrlynno nnd ns-Wft ($211.08) Hollars,
Ihat being the nnioimt for which Raid
ICkociiIIiiii wuii Issued, together with
Inlctosl. rews ami my fern nnd ex
pi'iiiion mo previously paid;
All tlic right, title mid Interest of
nald Mm. .1. K. lauhca, nllns Nlau lau
ken, in and to that corlnln pleee or
parcel of land situate nt Kalll.l, llono.
lulu, Oahn, com-ilnlng an Area of r..l.l
Acres nnd more p.irtlrittnrly ileserlbod
liogliinliig nt the Kart Corner of this
lot nt the hank on the North Ride of
Anwnl adjoining Knmeo'R land nnd
running liy line hearings: N. IS" .It'.'
W. Kii fort nlnng.Kiimco: N. 12" 3.7 W.
Ill" fort; N. II" US' I" 1!1S fert nlntig
Ahin. i c. a. IK I; n. :r w w 13J
frrt tilling W.ilkoae to stream; thenrp
nlom: roiiiIi Hide of nt i en iii to n point
X fir.o feet distant S :!"," 20' W. from
the I.ikI nolnt a h aforesaid; thence S
1.1 So' n. 1.1.1 feet nlonR Wnlolnnl; N.
21" nil i:. 221". feet along Kaiinknolo
and Napalm: N. 30 .ID' 1. 1 1R feet along
llrtleliiunn: S 10' r.iv n. 22C feet
nlnnn llcrtelnnnii nnd Kenwe; N. 33'
III' i:. 122 feet nlotiR ditch to place of
ciiitiniciicomt nt. and being the Riime
picmljtrs convoyed to Raid .IndKinent
Delitor liy ihrd of Mnlle llallnmn and
Mutes lllr.im, dated Novemher llllli,
1 K'IS. recorded In the Hawaiian tie-in-
try of Conveyances In I.tlier 1S8 pngo
1 rtua i ash; deed nt expense of pitr
A. M. 1IHOWN.
filierlff Count) of Oahn.
Dated nt Honolulu, April fith. 100(1.
33,10 Apr. 5, II. 21, ,Mny 4.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All croilllors nf the eR'nte of Clara
II. Ilannliii:. deceased, nro hereliy nnil-
tied lo pro-emit their clalmu against do
leaned, duly nutlicntlcated and with
the proper oiicherR, if any exist, even
though tlio claim la secured liy mort
gage upon real ostn'e, to tho under
signed, nt tho offlm of ,.I. Alfred Ma
goon, eurnrr of Merchant nnd Alahea
Streets. Honolulu. County of Oahn,
Territory of Hnwnll, within six months
fiiuii this Onto.
If such i l.ilms he not presented with
in m.i hi xlx monlliH or within Fix
iniiniliH fioin Hie time they fall due,
they Hlmll ho foreer hnrrcil.
H.iIimI. Honolulu. Mnnh 29, 100.1.
IIIIItNIIAltl) UUDOI.PIl 11ANNINO,
P.xei ulor under tlio will of Clnrn
II. llannliiK, ilecetRCd.
3310 Mar. 31; Apr. 7, 11. 21.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT Ol'THK
l'lrat Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, At
C'hninlicrx; In l'robute. In tho Matter
of tho Kstato of Ilohert IJeiwm, of Ho
nolulu. Onhit, Deeensed. Order of No
tic 0 of II ear! ni; Petition for AdmlnU-
Hal Ion. On readhiK nnd IIII11R the pe
tition of Kninm Kepoo, widow of Raid
InliRinle, allcclliK Hint Holieit Kepoo
nt Honolulu. Oahn, died intestntn at
Ilonolnlii, Oahn, oil the 23d day or
.Mnnh. A. I). 11)n, leaving pmperty In
tlio Hawaiian Islands neceRBiiry to ho
iiilnitiilsteieil upon, nnd piajliiR that
lelletrt of ndmliilstrntlon Issue In lam
ina Kepoo, It In ordeied that Monday,
lint 7th day or Mny, A. 1). mufi, nt 9
i,' Ini I; n. in . ho nnd herehy In appoint
ni lor heailtiR said petltlun In tho
unit rii.uu of thlH touit nt Honolulu,
O.iliii. nt whlih time nnd plnee nil per
t-nim iiiiiieined mny nppenrnnd Rhow
(niuii. ir ntiy they hne, why Raid peti
tion Hhoiilil not ho Rianted, nnd that
iinlWo or this order ho piihllKhed In
thn Huullsh IntiKiinisr onco a week ror
three HiicrcHslvo v.eel.8 In tho IlvcnIiiB
llulletlii new'Rtiniiei' In Honolulu.
Dated nt Honolulu, Mnrch 30. 1900.
ai.i:xani)i:h i-indsay, jk.,
2nd .IiiiIro or tho Circuit Court of tho
Kit at Circuit.
Mar. 31, April 7, II, 21
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP,
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and Scwlnej Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
Kor Kidney and Bladder troubles:
tin niiim-tlT Zs
It vara ircunlt rni
I .y ull ilnu .!!.
Many Ballots Were Rejected By House Committee
U44-4 lAlrJn Ljlnrt4lirki
uiii amiius cicuiuu ujm.uiicu nun Rcivuiiiiiiciiuauuii
REPORT ON INVESTIGATION OF HAWAII'S ELECTIOHMETHODS IN LAST CAMPAIGN
Wnshlnston, Arrll 2. Follow ln In
the report ot the Committee on Kl.-n.
tlons inaile on the eonlested election
or ''. P. Inuken DRalnst .1. Kuhlo Kn
lanlanaole. On this report the llmm
mini in Kent K11I1I11 as DeleRnlo:
The Committee on l'-leitlons No. 3,
to whom was referred the contested
olcit'on ense of Curtln I'. InnKea vs.
J011.1I1 K. Knlaiilanaole. from the Tor
rltoty of Ilnwalt, linvliiR heard Mr.
C. A. (lalhrnlth nnd Mr. li P. Dole,
coiiiifcI for the lontestant. nnd Mr.
W. W. Dudley and .Mr. (leorRe II. Mc
Cleljnn, of (otinsel for the contestee,
and having rend the leeord and lirlefH
of tho repccilre parties), nfter tnrelul
cxnmlii.it Ion and consideration, Iicrr
leao to iiihtnlt llio IoIIowIiir report:
The Territory of Hnwnll It dUlded
Into rIx election ilistrldR nnd 03 elec
tion or votltiR preelnclR. The said
election took place on tho Stli day of
N'otemhor, 1901. Thereafter the voteR
enst nt snl.l elcitlon for the office of
Dt'lcinlP lo Congress wero counted
nnd cnnasscd, nnd ns tho result of
said count mill cainnsM Hon. Jonah K.
Kulanlannole. Hi'1 contrR.ee, was de-
dared to haw received 0,833 votes,
Hon Curtln P. lauken. the contestant,
to nuvo receded 2.S08 voteR, nnd tlio
Hon Clinrlcs Notley, tlio cntidhlnto ot
the Home ltulc party, to lme recehed
2,'JS'.i vol en. making n lotnl of 11.990
voIch enst for this office and the (lov-
ernor of tho Territory Issued to tho
tontrstco herein tho ccrtlllento ot
The nntlco or contoRl wn Rorvcd hy
the (ontcRtnnt on llio eoulestce within
the time specified liy law, and setH
forth thn nllcRiillmiR ami chargen on
which thin contest Is liaseil, nnd which
Inlet!)- Hinted, nre sulistnntlally on lor
That tho official hallots prepared hy
tho Hecrctary or tho Territory or lln
wall and furnished to the arlous In
speelnrH of election throughout the
Territory wero Illegal, In that Raid
Pallets had printed thereon numbers
wheichy 'hey could ho Identified, run
trarv to tho expresB ptovlslons of law
tegitlatlng Riich election; that Raid
hallotR with the numbers on wero ne
tually east or iited In many of tho
precincts; that tho nutnherH on Riteh
linltcts corresponded with llio numbers
entvted on the poll book opposite the
(dec tors' nntnoi, and hy that method
the secrecy of the ballot wns des'roy
ed; that many of the electors In llio
Territory weie, prior lo nnd nt the
tlni" or said election, In tho employ of
tho Territorial nocrnmcnt. whoso of
ficers nnil ngentB wero the pnrly
friends nnd supporters of the coiites
lee nnd the fact that tho eleelliin In
spectors could dotermlno how nny
man vo'ed afforded fi ineaiiR nt Intlin
Idatltic nnd coercing Ihoso cmiiloyees
lo oto lor the conteslee even ngnlnst
their convictions; Hint employeeR of
tho Tenlloil.1 nncrnmi-nt engngeil
In Hie construction of roads nnd other
imlillc works wero orgnnlicd Into no-
lltlcnl c-luhs hy governmont ofllclals In
nuthnrlty oer them nnd wero pruvem
cd from uttenillng or partlclpotlng In
meetings held In hehnir or contestant,
and wero thrc atoned with loss of em
plo)tnent ir they manlrested nny rnor
for Mr candidacy, and that Riich em
plo)ces wero nnrched to tho polls nnd
voted In bodies while wearing the mil
forms of Hitch clubs, nnd wero threat
0110 I with loss of employment If they
did not vote Tor tho conteslee; that
Iheii wero Bevernl precincts In which
ballots were cast with tho numbers
011, nnd riiiIi numbers worn torn off
by tho election or olllccrs herore they
weir counted or before they wero op
enoi nnd credited to tho H0rrnl can
didates; Hint tills wns n mutilation or
the hallotR. mid Hint those ballots
A Wimiir lUi-u.
"I sny, nuiitle, vvlmt's that funny
man with thu ted contV
! "IIo'h been binitlng, ilenr."
1 "Oh! IIo luiHu't cuuglit much, has
he, luuitlo?" Punch.
were void and should lmvo been re-
In due time tho cnntoRtce (lied nn
nnsver lo Ihe notice or contest, which
Is. In substance, n general denial cu thn io eminent elected liy the pon
tile material allegations set rorth In iilo. The Hecrotnry or 8tnte mid eleo
the not lee ot coulestt. illoti olllccrs or Hnwnll, liming attempt-
The contestntit, through his roun-
sol, expressly Rtntod Hint the conies
loo wns not personally reiponslhle. di
rectly or Indirectly, for any of the Ir
regularities or vlolntlons or law set
forth In llio notice of contest.
Hcctlon ftr, of tho Organic Act for
tho government of the Territory of
"That n Delegate) to tho House of
HeprcRetilntlvcs of the United Hlnt"R,
to servo during each Congress, shall
ho elected hy the voters cpialllled to
vot lor members or the House or Rep
resentatives of tho legislature. Such
Delegate shall -kisscrs tho qualifica
tion', necessary for membership of tho
Kennto of the l.eglslnlute of Hnwnll.
Tho Hints, places, mid mnnner or
holding elections shall be ns fixed hy
law. Tho pet Hon having tho greatest
number of votes shall ho declared by
tho (lovcrnor duly elected, nnd 11 cor-tlllcr-to
shall ho given accordingly, l'v.
cry fitch Delegate shall hnvo n sent In
the House of Representatives with tho
right of debate, hut not of voting.''
Section 0 of that Act provldi-H:
"That the laws of Hawaii not Incon
ilstcnt with tho Constitution or laws
or the United Slates or tho provisions
of this Act shall continue In force, sub
ject to repcnl or amendment hy the
Legislature, of Hnwnll or tho CongresR
or the United Btntes."
OnllnH 111 (Cf nnl.1 Ant h.n, l.lna ll.nl
tho rules ami regulations ror holding
elections under the Iti'puhllc shall con
tlitno In force altor tho annexation.
with n fow modincallmu therein set
forth, which wero made, necessary by
tlio change or government fiom tho
Hepithllc tu Its present status ns n I
Tenltory of thu United Stales, nml nolforatcd line, ntul n number of such
provision Is tliero mmlo Mr the clcc- sum corresponded with tho number that cilicrctlnn may teait to. ' lie 1111
tlnn of a DclORatu to tho CongresR. Inn tl.o upper right-hand corner ot the ties of such Inspectors are and should
Section f,5 of said Act provides: hinllot, separated from tho balance of, ho strictly ministerial. Thero Rhoulil
"That the Legislature of tho Terrl-'lt by less distinctly perforated lines. 'be nc. relaxation of tho law In this re
tory mny from tlmo to time establish lit wns the Intention that tho hnllot Rard. They thnulil ho reauln-il lo
nnil niter the boundaries of election should ho torn off from tho stub on .rnrelully follow tho statute, lenvlng
illsttlcts and voting precincts, mid
portion the Senators and HcprcHcutu-,
liven to be elected from such ills-
Section r,5 of Bald Act. which set 11
forth and enuinern.es tho legislative
powcts of tho Tetrltory, confers no
Jurisdiction on tho Territorial Legisla
ture to modify or amend tho election
law, and makes no reference to It. Tlio
elect'on laws of tho llepiihlle contain
ed up provision for tho election of n
Delegate In CnngrcRH, ror no such or
flco existed, mid tho Organic Act has
no irovlslun for Hint purpose, except
as conlalncd lu Scctlou 8S, and appar
ent ly confi-is no power on the Leglsln.
tttro of Hawaii In amend or supplement
bin. laws. Hut Hawaii Is entitled to
a Delegate, In Congress, and such Del
egnto must ho elected by tho voters
ninllflcd to voto for members of tho
llotiso of IloproBOiitatlvs or lis Legis
lature, Tho tlmo ror holding hiicIi
election Is fixed by Section 14 ot thu
Organic Act, but neither In that Act
nor In tho laws of tho Territory In
tliero any definite procedure fur tho
conduct nf such election. Therefore
tho Secretary or thu Territory was
obllgfil to (ormulnto entirely new mid
Independent rules nnd regulations ror
the election or n Delegnto, or lo so ad
just mid supplement Its present elec
tion Inws nnd mnchlncry ns to ncccim-plisl-
thn baino purpose. The counsel
for both parties to this contest ns
slimed that tho Delegate should ho
elected necorillng to Ihe election laws
or tho Territory, ro Inr ns they np
piled, mid made their briers ntul nrgu
incuts on Hint assumption Tho re
por' In tho Wilcox contested elocllon
eni.9 (Howell's Digest or Contested
election Cases, p, G01) Is nn author
ity In support or their ncllon.
Under tho Hawaiian election law It
vvni thn duty or tho Secretary or Stnto
tn l.nvo all tho ballots printed and
sent to thn several voting precincts,
lo furnish ballot boxes, and genernlly
lo piovlda tho vvnys and means for
holding elections, This ho undertook
In do, The statute lcitulrus that two
hlillahlo ballot boxes' ho provided for
eneli election precinct Tlint one Im
marked In plain letters, "ror Sena
tors," nnd tho other "Kor IlnproBonla
IIV03." That wns clone, and n third
box wns provldnd nml marked, "Kor
Delegate," Tho statute, reiptires that
ballots lor Senators bo or blue paper,
Hnd tho ballots for IlcpioBcntntlvcs of
white pupor, nnd In tho almoin o nf
slntutoiy direction tho ballots for Del
egntc were niadci or pink pnper. Thus
fnr no fault Is round wllh tho piepnra
lloni made or criticism offered on tho
net Ion of tho Secrelnry of Stnto In
supplementing the statute by provlil
lug for .separate balloting for Dole-
gate. Asldo rrom llio Delegate to
Congress, Senators nnd Itcprenenln-
the.i lo ihe Legislature or llio Teril-
lory of Hawaii nro Ihe mil) olllccrs of
ed to follow tho election law In tlio
choice of Delegate, with ihe apparent
cotiRcnt of (he so-oral cntnlldales ror
lint o trice, arc bound hy that law.
They Hhoiilil not ho permitted In In
voke it ror one purpose nnd reject It
for -mother. So fnr ns It goes It Is
definite nnd clenr. It declares that
the I allot shall lienr no word, motto
device, sign, or I) in bid other than nl
lowed tin rein, nnd shall be so printed
; lint the type shall not show n traeo
on tho back: nnd If a ballot contntns
tiny innik or symbol contrar) In tho
provisions therein set forth It must he
rejected, nnd otticrnlt-c rnrelully
glial ils nnd protects the secrecy or the
ballot, it lias no provision ror iiittn
berliig tho ballots, or Implied mithor
liy ni fnr ns 5 our committee can ills
cover However, In the ear 1903 tho
hallots prepared for the County eler
Hon did contain numbers. Those were
on the sides of nnd separnted from
tho main parts of tho ballots hy per
forated lines. This wns done to nvohl
euliMltutloii and perhaps other possi
bilities of fraud or Irregularity, and
nccnrdlng to tho evidence lliey proved
satisfactory and tended toward lion
est elections. In tho preparation nf
the hallotR for tho general election or
1D0I the Secrelnry of S'nlo ndopteit
the same plan so fnr as numbering
was concerned. Hut, the numbers
wero not placed In tho sntno relntlvo
The ballots were printed nnd put tip
In 1 ads of IDA each and numbered In
Renin nevs from 1 to I no. clear across
.the lop of each ballot nnd separating
It from Its stub was n distinctly liel-
np-lsuen largo perforated line. Hut this,
by 11 Intake of tho election officers
"was not 1I11110 In all Instntices
two numbers, one on the stub nnd otio
on tho upper rlglit-hnud corner of the
ballot pioper, were liable to lead to
ronriisliitt and tntstnkc s on tho part of
election 0 Ulcers, some of whom nnlur
ally hnd not much experlcnco nnd
wcr.i not particularly Instructed ns to
theli duly. When nn elector wns giv
en n ballot his name was put 'down on
thn poll list, and his number, which
wan npt to correspond with tho Inst
I ngiiitH on his ballot number. It Is
therefore tlcar that If llio number
wero not removed from llio hnllot he
tore deposltliiR r In the box tho Iden
tity or his voto could ho determined hy
tho election officers or oilier persons
who afterwards examined tho ballots
nnd poll lists, and the iccreey of llio
ballot was violated. This was admit
ted by eontesteo's counsel. It wns tho
Intention of tho Beet clary of State that
tho number In tho upper right-hand
corner of tho hnllot should ho removed
he fere such ballot was deposited In
tho box, for thn Instructions sent out
liy l.lin to tho voters ami election oin
eon alike coutnlued this piovlslou:
lieioro leaving the compartment
tho voter Is to refold his ballot Just
ns nc icceiveii it from thn chairman,
nun llius niiiie.i iiellver It to thn In
speclor of election In chnrgo of tho
hnllot box and announce his nnnie. Af
ter his namo Is checked on llio regis
ter, the Inspector shall remove the
perforated hIIp. ro that Hie ballot shall
hnvo no mark or Identification, nnd
then deposit It In the ballot box,"
11,0 "perforated slip' hero referred
to Is clearly Intended to bo tho perfor
ated slip lu tho upper rlght-hunil cor
ner. This perforation is not so ells
tine" ns tho one across the top of (ho
ballot dividing It from tho stub, nnd
It was claimed by contestant's coun
ted Hint It was no: In fait a pcrrt-rn
Hon, hut an Indentation However, It
Is very friciiit-ntly Hpnkeii of by wit
iicrhcs for both parties us n "perfora
tion" and n "perforated lino." Ho-
sides, If tho number wero lult on thu
ballot it would contain a mark or Iden
tlflcatlon, which (ho Instruction sought
to guard ngnlnst
All Numbered Ballots Void.
lu many of tho precincts (ho elec
lon otllietH, by 11 misconception of the
law- and directions, did not delaeh tho
numbers lu the upper right hand cor
nets or the ballots before depositing
them In thn boxes. Of those hnllols
5.127 were cast. In tho afternoon of
election day the Secrelnry or Slnto
learned that nt some or tho pteclncts
ballots were being deposited wllh tho
numbers cm, nnd ho Immediately no
tilled tho election otlUers rh films pos-
ll4ti j f n fHm ft A q4i11 I
slblo hy tho use nf the telephone and
special messengers, that they were
making mistakes. Alter the polls
wero closed some of them undertook
lo correct those mistakes by removing
the numbers from such ballots before
Ihe wcie counted, or, rtl nil events,
liefniP they were opened mid credited
lo Ihe several candidates, or these bal
lot Irom which the numbers wero
removed then were 2.200. leaving 2.
'.127 on which the numbers were nllow
Pd to remain. The counsel for tho
conlrRleo in their briefs nnd argu
ments ndmll-ed that these 2,927 lint
lou wero void nnd Rhoulil ho rejected
from the count. Hut they Insisted
that the 2,200 hnllotn from which llio
numl.ers had been reihoved wero valid
nml should be counted With .his eon
elusion jinir committee can not ngreo.
If the 2.927 bnllots from which the
Viiinil ern were not removed were void,
we nro of the opinion that thn 2,200
from which the numbers wero remov
ed were void nlso. Thoso ballots were
cast when they wero deposited In tho
boxes, nml If void then nothing which
the election officers did nlterwnriM
could mnko them valid.
Section 93 of Ihe Hawaiian election
law- provides Hint:
"All c-ucsllnnn ns to tlio validity or
nny ballot shall Iki clecldeil Immediate
lv, nnd Hie opinion or n majority of
the Inspectors shall be final and bind
Ing. subject to revision by tho Supremo
Court ns herein provided
Impt-ctors Can't Change.
Hut this iIocr not permit llio lnRpect
ors to ndd to, tnke fiom, or chongn
any l-allot nor Is nny power or discre
tion to do that given them nnywliero
In Ihe law. They must pass on Hie
validity of a ballot and return It Just
ns It Is, with their decision thereon,
subject to revision hy tho Supreme
Court. Open the door nnd permit elec
tion Inspectors, after tho polls nro
closed, to meddle with tho ballots,
even to correct their own mistake,
nml no one can tell what tho abuse of
illsr-ctltinnry power. If at all. to the
court or reviewing hoards. This pro
codi.ro Is ap" to scrum moro uniform
Hy end safer results, ir tho election
Inspectors hnd the right to remove the
numbers fiom thn 2.200, hnllols nnd
count them, It may bo nrgupil with
considerable force Hint the cnnvnsslng
hoard hnd a right to remove tho num
bers rrom tho 2.927 hnllols and count
5,127 Dallots Void.
We Iheretore rejert fi,l27 linllotH lis
void Deducting these rrom tho lotal
or II 990 It Iciivch 0,803 valid haltols.
Or these, contcsteo received 4,097;
contestant, 1,fi78; Mr. Notley, 1,188.
Tl-c contestee received n plurality
over contestant or 2,f19. nnd 11 major
ity ever nil of 1,331. We nro of tho
oplr.hm, afler a careful examination
or tho record, that tlio Secretary of
Stale Intended no wrong tu preparing
tho ballots In thu manner ilOBi-rlbei),
nor do we find that u conspiracy was
cnteicd I11I0 for party success by
menus of fraud or Intimidation. W
believe that the depositing of tho bnl
lots without di Inching the number"
was done by mistake mid mlsnppro.
heiishin on ihe part of tho election In
spi-clors. mid not through nny design
or concerted plan to commit nit)
wrong against the contestant or nny
other candidate An examination of
the returns confirms .his' view. Ono
would 'naturally expect. If tliero wns
n scheme devlseil for tho purpose of
Intimidating voters to support eon
ICHlco, that ho would havo received nil
unduly large ptopiirtlou of tho votes
where such schema was carried out,
who'cns tpo contrary appears tn ho
the lite t. for his percentage or tho void
and icjcctcd ballots was not ns largo
as or all tho ballots cast, nor wns It
ns large ns Ids pcicentngo or tho valid
Your committee does not find In tho
record sufficient evidence of Intlmtiln
tloii, fraud, corruption, or Irregular!
ties of any kind In Justify it In unseat
log inn rnntestoo or In setting nslilo
In conclusion your committee re-
slice (fully recommend tn Ihe House or
Hopiescntntlves that tho election laws
or tio Territory or Hawaii bo mh
ntuci ili-d nnd supplemented ns to pro
vldo definitely for tho election of a
Delegate lo (ho Congress,
(II. lies. No. 378.)
"Itesnlved, That Curtis P. Inuken,
41.,. , ...ili.ulni.l ...nn ,r, i.Ia,i..I rt t,.l
l,t , iiutvntiKit. , mil. rnni-u ,, ,,v,
egnlo In the Klfty ninth Congress from
the Territory nf Hnwnll."
(II. lies. No .179.)
"Hesolveil, That .lonnli K. Knlanln
naole, the contestee, was duly elected
tt Dolegnlo In tho rifty-nlnth Congress
from the Territory of Hawaii, nnd l
entitled lo a Real therein."
M. i:. DUIRCOI.L.
11. mmi) cassi'.i.
t concur only In Ihe rcKoluiloii.
C. It. HANDP.LL.
We. the undersigned members of the
committee, concur In the report of the
ehaltmnn in nil respects, except that
we do not ugree thai nil) ot the ballot
cast should he reje'ctcd.
W. i:. II I'M PI INKY
MAHSIIALL VAN WINKLP.
KltANK II. rt'LKP.ItSON.
(imtii k mi
The excitement will be Intence on
Thursday and Hutiirda) evening. Apilt
0 mid -S ror n great foot hull gume
will he in proRiess, not nl the llnseb.ill
1'nrk. hut In the Hawaiian Opera
House. You say tlio mnge mil i.ugo
"nun '"' ' i""" k-
W"H ?' "'''' ",w lt dono.
Hip great g-imo ccime-H In the thin
net ol " I he Colic Idow. and Is tii.l
' I ' ' w from start o finish Ln-
tlrcly new scenery Is being mude for
this act, ns well ns the other tlnee. mid
new effects nuil novel surprises will Ik-
Tho scenes, nil model 11, and char
acters costumed lu every day make-up,
till help to make tho comedy renllntlr
ntul with new- appropriate scenery tho
effect will bo complete. The rehe.iisals
or tho piny are now- beginning to lirliK
good results and the comedy Is fuel
moulding Into foiin. The situation-!
nnd scenes nre particularly gimd, nnd
tho dialogue, to nro 11 stung phrase, Is
nbo'it tho limit.
.The big cast, all contributing i-utial-
ly tu the fun and Interest of tho play,
aro working well together, mill n.c
1111 .vprn .mil linn .0111
promises to bo 11 great show tor then.
Itut a dull moment lu the play .Noth
ing but life from the curtain up till
the curtiiln down.
WATI-IIMAN-ln this ell)'. April 13. 10
Mr. mid Mrs I'mll .1. Waterman, 11
SOFT, GL083Y HAIR.
It Can Only Be Had Where There Is
Any man or woman who wants soft,
glossy hair must bo free ot ilamlinff,
which muses railing hair. Slnio It hnu
become known Hint dandruff Is 11 germ
dlseiise, the old hair prspiirntluus that
wero innstl) scalp irritants, have been
abandoned, nnd the public, limbers and
doctors Included, have taken tu iisIiij:
Nc-wbru's llcrulcldc, the only hair picp
iirntlon Hint kills the dandruff germ. 1".
Doitd, Dickinson. N D., saju: "Hirui
e Ido nut only ituauses the sculp fiom
dandruff and ptvvints Ihe hair railing
0111. hut promotes a new growth. Ileip
Icldei koeiH my hair vuiy Rlossy. Sold
by leading druggists Send 10c tit
stamps for sample to 'Ihe llerplrliln
Co., Detroit. Mich llolllkter Drug Co.,
Mr. Sin) late "V-c-s, I halo Ihosc--nh
-slmplc-mludcd coiililr) people tluit
show ever) thing they reel " MUs West
end-"It Is n mi'iK m.itier or training
Ono of thu flret thlngB I wnt luughi
was the ml of appearing iuliutucil
when bond half tu dcJtli. New York
"Aceopla With rirnaurr."
Mr. Crow Como on, Mnrhij therci'.n
lile-u old gentleman waving to us to
cotno clown unci cat souio seeds. Nuw
Energy, Ambition, Cheerful
ness, Strongth, n. Splendid
Appetite, and Perfect Hoalth
myr he secured by nil who follow lh
rumple of thojoung li.Iy wlm gitc-i thlt
" llTi-ry spring, for yMr, I unci to linn
Intotrrahti- lioaUjrlirs and total too nl rn
rrgr, so lint tlio rraiMtii wttliti ImiiiM t
rloinr,l ly mo n a ittiu.lt tot. tho
arin,p1ratatit iU)mrrhiil. lln-jfbrmiKlit 10
Inolii.llu.loatullaln. A Irlciul :i.Mnl ln
I comnicnccil lining It and liste not liait ilnf
then tlio litit ini't.Mii nt liraitarlir, My
&i-tlle Isspli iKllil.nlMl I is-tforni lo) (lutlr
wllh a clii-rrfuliiMs iml rn, rg) ilntmrpt lo
ni)iM-lf t take lianro lu tilling nil my
(rlni.N or ttm mi tit ( Ajrr Haiiu .vrllli,
sml tint luppy renin of lu inc."
Thorn aro many Imitation
Bo suro you got "AVER'S."
AVER'S riLLS.ltubulflllillT llttl.
I'l. ' T
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCIZUN:
Nntlco Is hereby given that from this
day cm ('has. A. Miinii has severed hU
connection with Ihe Hawaiian Itenlly
nnd Maturity Co. of Honolulu nml has
no authority to net for s.ild llnwnllnii
Itculty nnd Maturity Co. ns agent, em-
ptoyeo or otherwise.
Honolulu, Oahn. April 12, 1P0G.
Cnllen In tiernltv c-lt-nn Ibnt f.nnni?
Ynu Cluing has sold his Interest In
llio film of Ylteil Wn Chung to the B.ild
Arm 011 Mar. 17th. limn
(Sgd.) yilKN WO CIlONtl.
CORNER FORT AND DCRCTANIA
GTS., SACHS OLOCK.
Single Rooms and Suites. Electric
Lights and Running Water In every
room. Porcelain bathtubs.
Unfurnished rooms on second floor
City and other Island trade solicited.
TELEPHONE MAIN 241.
Just arrived per Nevadan, FINE
LOT OF HORSES, COWS and CHICK.
TEL. MAIN 109.
Part horse Part man
which was born at Peart City, Ewa, to
take place on Nuuanu St. between
King and Hotel Sts., beginning Satur
day, Apr. 14, 1000.
1 m VtU Mtmotttirftl
lla harvMi lflltAtll.tilBllilll-
I rM-r.UU4Wl.UltM. nriWIIWli W MUri.MUM.
mi y iirkiirt. . . ... ..1 .!..
liuiri..rutiJr.i7l, liiiiur pitiHtmui.
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Ictat or h Itynuu',
Hoi J by llMisjElula,
tot (1 In otai-Ul.2 J4.
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