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Vol. XVI II No 3f.46
HONOLULU. TKRKITORI OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22 1900
j?rioh 5 Uknth
MAUI MAV ALSO HAVE A RECOUNT
Cornwell Will Seek,
Maui Vote Recount
CLAIMS HE IS SURE OF VICTORY
Maul Is now going to mako a 11 for
o recount of the votes cast In tho re
cent election. V. li. Cornwell Jr., a
defeated candidate for Supervisor on
the Home Kulo ticket, claims that his
t'efeat was due to nn unfair method ot
(minting the ballots, and is confident
that he will win out hands down, If his
petition Is granted.
Cornwell arrived In tho Claudlno
Irom Maul this morning for tliu pur
pose of pressing his claim before tho
hoprome Court. K. M. Watson will bo
"I certainly Intend to ask for a re
count," said Cornwell. "I do not claim
that any fraud was perpetrated, but
Ihfl manner lu which the ballots were
counted was not right,
"There ore four precincts In tho dis
trict lu which; I ran," explained Corn
'tell. "Thoy aro I'uuneno, Klhel, Wat
luklt and Walhec. In the I'uuneno pre
ilnct, which Is a Republican BtronK
hold, they did not throw out tho entlro
County ticket )t there was a mlstuko
In It, but only counted out tho vote on
the oHh-ers where tho mistake was
rode. In this manner the ballots
were counted for my opponent, B. K.
Kalue, tho Republican candidate,
which he would not have gotten hail
tho wholellckeL-uuh thrown out. I
r.tu able to support this allegatlou by
means of an affidavit by oiio of my
1 watchers. " '
"Now In lh two other precincts.
Wulluku and Waiheo, the Inspectors
followed Just 'tho apposite system,
throwing out tho ontlru ballot If there
van a-single mistake In It, Now these
precincts were In my favor, but by the
use of this method I lost between 30
and 35 votes, while Kalue lost only
fite or six. I was present personally
at both these precincts and saw what
"At Klhel no votes were throw n
out for these reasons, hut two votes
lor myself wero thrown out on ballot)
which tho Inspectors declared were so
marked that they could on Identified,
while I claim that they wero not.
"As my opponent was elected by a
majority of only flvo votes. It Is plain
that If all four precincts had followed
the same method In throwing out
tickets where a mistake had boot:
made In tho vote for County officers
other than the Supervisors I would
Made by machinery and delivered
right at your door In thoroughly
M1UH IN NLWIOUK,
ur, in .iu !, mmii
..i i i
have been elected. Furthermore, If,
n recount Is granted, as I think I have
excellent grounds for, 1 am bound to
win, whichever way the Supremo
Court decides on the question. If the
Court decides that tho entlro ticket
Is Invalidated by a mlstako concern
ing one of tho other officers, I will win
cut by tho deduction of the votes
which were counted for Kalue at I'uu
neno. If the Court decides, on the
other hand, that the vote for Super
visor Is valid, even If there Is such a
mlstako, I will win on tho ballots for
myself which were thrown out at
Walhoe and Wailuku.
CHERBOURG, France, Nov. 22.
The steamship Kaiser Wilhelm der
Grosse has been damaged to the ex
tent of $200,000.
LAKE BARGES 8UNK
TORONTO, Canada, Nov. 22. The
barges Resolution and Athene were
sunk on the lakes. Thirteen persons
FATAL FALLINQ WALLS
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 22. .
Falling walls today caused one death;
while six persona were Injured.
SANK WITH 8HIP
QUEBEC, Canada, Nov. 22. The
bark Madka was wrecked today with
all aboard drowned.
KILLED IN WRECK
LAKOTA, North Dakota, Nov. 22.
The Great Northern train was derail
td today. Two were killed and seven
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 22.
Dowdell has been released.
8HERIDAN IN FRI8CO
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 22.
The transport 8herldan has arrived
R008EVELT IN PORTO RICO
Ponce, Porto Rico, Nov. 21. Presi
dent Kooscvclt arrived here yesterday,
a nil had a great ovation on his way tn
San Juan, the capital, whither his party
traveled In automobiles. In an address
tho President promised to assist the
Porto Rlcaus In obtaining cltldenshlp.
DAMAGE IN CHICAGO
Chicago, Nov, 21. Considerable dam
age has been done here by a storm.
is founded upon be.
comlngness to the Individual, and as
long as a man's clothes are well cut
and of good quality, they can be said
to be in atyle. Extremes are alwaya
dangerous and do not express style.
Style does not mean one thing to
the man with means and another thing
to the man with limited purse.
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TCL, M,IN 2,
COIlNan FOOT AND HQTBL STB,
MAY I AS H
Accident At Gas Works
May Cost Lives
Of Two Men
WASHES BLOWS UP AND
EMPLOYEES ARE BURNED
JAMES E. HOPKIN8 AND YAMOTO
ARE AT THC HOSPITAL IN A
VERY 8ERIOU8 CON
DITION An explosion occurred at the Hono
lulu gas works about 8 o'clock this
morning which muy cost tho lives of
James 13. Hopkins, tho gasmakcr, and
Ynniodo, a helper. Uotli of them were
very Berlonsly burned, besides rccelv
Ing other Injuries, uud It Is feared that
neither of them will recover. Another
Japancso was slightly hurl, but his
Injuries do not amount to much, and
he wanted to go back to work as soon
us he" had them attended to.
Tho accident occurred through an
explosion of the washer, the machlno
in which the gas Is cleaned of coal tar
uud other Impurities. What occa
sioned It Is a mystery. Superintendent
C. 1,. Wight states that It was one of
thoso unaccountable accidents that oc
cur with consldciuble frequency In the
manufacture of Illuminating gas.
llothmu wero badly burned about
the head and shoulders. They Were
taken1 at once to the Queen's hospitul.
where Ihelr Injuries were dressed. The
hospital reports that they are both In
a serious condition and may not live.
The chief engineer of the gas works
Is Dick Heed. Ho appeared to havo
some reason for wanting to keep the
story of tho accident secret, gruffly
Informing tho reporters who asked him
about It that they would get no Infor
mation. It appears that ha was mis
taken. His superior, Mr. Wight, had
no secrets to conceal.
A probable explanation of the ex
plosion of the gas washer Is given by
mi employeo cf tho company. It was
caused, nccorllr.g to this explanation,
by the mingling of air with the hot gas.
It Is the custom to open a cock and let
the air lu gradually, thus allowing the
gas to coo on. Hut Instead of this be
ing done, the door was opened, per
mitting the air to rush In and mix with
the gas In the washer. Air and gas
tornt an explosive mixture, and the gus
being sufficiently hot, the result wus
that It combined with the oxygen In the
air, produced tho explosion.
8TILL AT INVENTORIES
Paris, Nov. 21. Nine hundred In
ventories of church property were made
today throughout France. Thero were
some collisions with the clerical party
COLLIDE IN PORT
Cherbourg, Nov. 21. The steamer
Wilhelm' ckr Grosso and Orinoco were
in collision hero yesterday. Doth were
damaged and nlre of their crews killed,
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NEW YORK, . Y., Nov. 22. The
New York Central Railroad has been
fined a total of 1,26,0OO. for giving re.
rates to the American Sugar Refining
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 22,
clsarr.er Lurline was sunk In a colli
slon with a towboat
Tho Taylor cases -were called In
court again this -iilerncon. and again
postponed, tho cime'against Matheson
being Included. Judge Gear was not
on hand and on that account 1'. W. Sut-
tonl asked for u postponement. Atler
ncy Thompson, for the defense, con
sented, If tho court would set some date
w,hlch would allow of his attending to
his cases in other courts. The ruses
wero set for tho 30th, so It will be over
a week before they aro tried. If they
ever really come to trial.
Judge Weaver of tho Court ot Land
Registration handed down a decision
today In the matter of a petition of the
Hawaiian Trust Company for a title to
the corner of land In front of the en
trance to tho Chambers Drug store
Tho deed for thu land makes this b
square corner, while tho corner Itself
Is curved and part of the square corner
Is In the sidewalk. The Terrltor)
claimed an easement over this land and
In his decision Judgo Weaver held that
tho title of the Trust Company wus
good but that the Territory, througn
thu fact that tho property had been
used for tho sidewalk slnco 1891, held
uu easement as claimed.
(ii TO HAWAII
H. P. Wood, secretary of tho Promo,
lion Committee, ,whu leturned from
the Coast on tho 'Mouna last Saturday
makes a report to the Committee con
cerning his trip, of which the follow
ing Is the gist:
Honolulu, November 22nd, 1906.
Chairman and .Members of thu Hawaii
Gentlemen: It gives me pleasure to
report that my trip to the Mainland
was apparently most opportunely
timed. The standing of tho Hawaii
Promotion Committee Is such that our
Setrctaiy hnd no difficulty In securing
a hearing whoever or whenever want
ed. As it was necessary that I should
pass through Ban Francisco again on
my way north. I deemed It udvisahlo
to proceed at onto to thu suiithurn part
of thu State, tuklug that evening's
train for Los Angeles where you muy
suy my work really began, All to
gether 1 spent soma eight days lu Ibj
Southern California uiotiopulla,
Our agent, Mlia I,. I,. Whltlock, hud
jiml leluriu'd fiom nil ICasleril lu
(Continued on Page 2)
Thu luxnmititr Is llio iiuiiio ghcii In
Ihu di'tlc. wlilrli s u (li'mnii hivi'ii'
impossible To Open Bags
ONLY BY BURGLARY AND FORG
ERY COULD ANYONE QET AT
THE IMPORTANT DOC
UMENTS Thu Republican workers nro not
worrying overmuch at tho hysterical
nlghtmaro which the morning paper
was afflicted with when It had a vision
of some bold, bad Drown partlzau de
Ibclug ballots on his own hook so as
to secure a cluch for Drown In his
light lor n recount. Tho Innuendo dl-
The.iectcJ at Clerk Duffandeau has, how
ever, caused considerable Indignation.
As Duffandeau has been out of town
mice Saturday, ho could not be seen
today, but Clerk Kalauoknlanl and his
Hlaff gave sufficient Information to
show that thero was no cause to wor
ry about the ballots.
Thu ballots ore kept In tho Clerk's
safe, to which both Kalauokalanl and
Duffandeau havo tho combination and
keys. The safe Is kept closed during
thu day and cannot bu opened-without
attracting thu attention of other clerks
In the room. At night It Is locked, as
is also the door to tho oftjee, to which
Kalauoknlanl only has trie key.
Furthermore, a glanco at tho ballot
Lags would show In a second that It
vould bo Impossible to get at the bal
lots without leaving evlderft traces of
such tampering. The bags aro scaled
in such a manner that tho seal could
not be broken ami replaced without
showing that this hsJ been done. Still
further, tho ballots aro encloLod lu
rr.velopcs which are sealed by Haps
bearing tho signatures of the Inspect
ors, nnd which could not bo opened
vitliout breaking theso signatures.
Accordingly, tho person who would
monkey with tho ballots would have
to be a burglar and a forger and the
possessor of superhuman skill. Fur
thermore, tho deed could not bo done
without tho connivance of tho other
employees of tho Clerk's office.
Harry Murray stated today that the
fgures quoted in Drown's petition for
a recount had been furnished by
v-atchors In the various precincts.
W. A. Kinney, when asked If tho
Democrats Intended to use this as a
basis for opposition r to Brown's peti
tion, said that In tho Interest of Iau
l.ea he thought it would bo better for
In in to say nothing about tho matter.
Oakland, Nov. 21. McNulty has
been acquitted ot the charge of uiur
Chicago, Nov. 21. Hallroads will de
crease tholr expenditures $100,000,00U
If you will put your
valuable In our uf
you will bu a fr from
Jewelry euro u If you
hud thorn in thte Bunk
Truatt Company l-td.
Saloon Men Propose
To Draw Up
Better Liquor Law
WANT SUPERVISORS TO CONTROL
Tho local liquor men nro nl present
busy preparing for the coming session
of the legislature, by preparing a dratt
of a new liquor law, which they wish
to substitute for the present misfit,
wjlch bears that name. They decided
to take action at a meeting, which they
held yesterday afternoon, and a com
mittee was chosen to draft such an act
Tho meeting wns attended by mem
bers of tho two liquor men's associa
tions of the city, as well as by other
license holders who wero not members
of either organization. Senator-elect
C. J. McCarthy presided as chairman
I). II. Lewis was elected treasurer and
liurry ,. juen necrciur). A iiiuiiuii ,
was carried to make this organization I
permanent, at least until tho next meet-; fore the IT S. Commissioner. Sander
ing of this body. sou wus allowed to go on his own ro-
Kach of the forty liquor men who cognizance,
attended, wns usked separately by the! Mnnou says that on Notemher 10 lit
chair for his views, and each one guvcjlhe vessel wus going uut uud wus pass
them, some picking out certain phasis, lug WulkIM he was eatlni; his iUiiiiqi
of tho present law which, they thought Land tho male ordered him to pile linn
ought to be amended, or suggesting' her. Ho said that he wished to llnlhli
new Ideas, while others merely con
curred in what had been said by pre
Many of thoso present wero in favor
unqualifiedly of hlh license, while
others were In favor of high license
only as loug as llcmses, wore restrict
ed to citizens only. All, however, wero
in favor of the Issuance ot licenses to
It wns also tho sense ot the meetlug
that' the law should 'provide that lic
enses could lie ftsued onlv with the
consent of tho Uoard of Supervisor, I "" "" W''U "W tho urcss re
and alio that the Supervisors should ' "eursal of "Mrs. Wlggs of tho Cabbage
have tho authority to revoke licenses ' I'atch" mil tho popularity or the Sat
for cause. ! urday night performance, from advance
A proposltli.il to limit tho number' :,1 ' ",'',," wu "''vise nil who Utslie
ot saloons lu proportion to the nuni-1 lo Btu ,llIs delightful pluy to go to tin
ier of Inhabitants was also discussed I performance tonight. Tlcktti nre bc
Itcfercnce win made to such sj stems ""K oW t tho regular prices uud ctti
in several . ts on tho mainland, and uo obtained tonight at the Uix otlice.11
It was dc l ,1 to secure data on fills.7130 I'- "' f
matter. It ,.jh generally believed that
It would be a good thing to limit the
saloons In this manner, so that after
the required number had been eslab-'
llshcd In a district, no further licensed
could be Issued them until nfter the
next census. I
Finally a commltteo of five was CU03-'
en to draft a liquor law, on which It
would report at a future meeting of the
liquor men, whereupon It should lie i
submitted to an attorney to bo put In
nroncr shatio. Tho committee wn'
WHIS GETTING BETTER
School Agent Cox, taking the placo ot
Superintendent Uabbltt. who is on Ms,
vacation, has received n letter Irom)
Mrs. Helen W. Kelsoy. who has gone '
over to Maul to look ulter her brother
II. M. Wells, who was recently hurt at
Kula. She reports that Mr. Wells Is
getting along very well though very
nervous and easily excited. The phy
sician lu charge says that as soon as
he has been able to absorb the clot ot
blood which Is causing this, thu recov
ery should bo very rapid.
1051 Tori Street
given authority to confer with tho
Anil-Saloon lynguc and the Civic Fed
eration nbout the matter. Tho mem
bers of this committee are A. Wlrtr,
W. C. Peacock, I). II. Lewis, i: S
Cunlm and II A. Juen
HEIENE'S Ml ARRESTED j
William .Mnnou, a sailor on the '
steamer Hcjenc, sworo out a warrant
this morning for tho arrest of Peter O.
Sanderson, the first mate of thu Inter- J
Island boat on u charge of assault. The It
warrant wns served by Deputy IT, H H
will ruin nun Beiveu uy mi-jiiii; i.
Marshal Temple and utter hearing bu
hli dinner and that then tho male
ill lull Mm four times,
S.mlcrson does not deny striking
Muuoa but culls It n slap. Ho says that
thu sailor wus drunk and quanelsooic
t!nd became abusive. Ho says that It
Is not the tlrst time that Mnuoa hutt
mf mm patch
Captain J. it. Slatlcry this mornt,g
reccUc-d notice from Washington tb.it
the plans for tho proposed new rcai
Yiingo light for this harbor, prepared
and forwarded by him, have been scut
to Murnmh by the United States, toi
tho use of tho llurmese government
Tills Is very much of a compliment to
tho ability of Cuptula, Slnttery, who
teels much pleased at tho appreciation
of his work,
' s ,
The tlrst games of the Olrls' Jr. Das.
kel Dull Tournament, will bo plajed to
tuonow ntterncon on tho High School
grounds. Tho first game will be be
tween tho Punnhoii and tho llli'l.
School teams. The second game.
which will begin immediately after tho
finish of the first one, will he played by
the Normal und the Kawalhao teams,
Tho games will begin at 4:15 p. m.
W It, Sims has resigned ns clerk In
Judge Lindsay's court. He will quit
December 31 Personal reasons, and
not charges of any nature, nro the
cnuie. He will be succeeded by UalllfT
Marcalllno, who In turn will be sue.
leeded by II. N. Wlggln of Hawaii.
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