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12 PAGES-HONOLULU. TKURITORT OP HAWAII. SATURDAY. NOVEMBKR 24 IWM5-I2 PAGES
Priob 6 Oentb
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"The Insane licanl from Collector
Stncknblo wns from nomo," km Id n
member nf tho Hoard of Immlgintlon
IhlR morning. "He cnblcil us from
that point that Comnilsslonor Sargent
of Ilia niircnu of Commerce and Labor
vnH coming hero, which wo already
knew from tho press dispatches,
"I believe, that Stackablo Is now In
Beyond tho fact that the merest
mention was made ot Spain ns n pos
sible labor flcld by II. P. Ualdwln In
his letter In tho Planters' Association
ns Its retlrltiR president, nothing has
heretofore been made public regarding
this phase of tho Immigration work.
In tho meantime Stncknblo has been
Instructed to look up labor conditions
In Bpaln for the purpose of astcrtaln
Ing whether It sccniH feasible to ob
tain labor from that quarter. (Should
this bo possible, tho planters would
have good cause In rejoice, as this
class of laborers would be parttrtilly
Thoro Is considerable sugar canu
raised In tho southern pnrt of Spnln.
particularly around the town of Ma
laga, and,, as tlio Industry Is at pres
ent In a prtty"-bail'way. It Is -reported
that the laborers there, might be In
rluccd to leave for -other and moro
profllnblo fields. As theso laborers
arc skilled In tho cultivation of cane,
and, abovo nil, used to the hard work
required In the cann fields, they would
naturally be a most dcslrablo charac
ter of Immigrants for Hawaii.
On the other hand, this bright phase
of the, situation Is lo some extent dark
ened by tho prospect of posslbto diffi
culties In getting them. Bpaln Is not
particularly friendly towards tho Uni
ted States, especially not slnco tho rr
cent war, and should tho Spanish gov
ernment choose to put obstacles In the
way of emigration, a thing which un
der tho claborato pnssport system ol
that country could easily bo done. It
would bo practically useless and n
wasto of time to attempt to obtain tho
Theso circumstances explain tho
fact that tho nonrd of Immigration
has said but little about the matter,
aa It Is quite possible that nothing will
como of It. However, Stackable's In
vestigation will show whether theso
laborers can ho nbtnlned or not, and
should his report bo favorablo. It Is
Made by machinery and delivered
right at your door In, thoroughly
uiMi n rtr-wjtHntc .
Wwillili i .
flrmlj believed thnt 1111 excellent
Mroko of business will have been ac
complished. DECISION FAVORS CATHOLICS
MANILA, P. I- Nov. 24. The deci
sion of'thc Supremo Court ousts the
Agtlpayanos from the pottettlon of
the parlih property In favor of tho
ROBBERS GET $6000.
KAYFORD, Va.t Nov. 24. An ex.
press office here was robbed today.
The robbers secured $6000. and burned
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 24.
President Roosevelt It returning,
PEARY AT SYDNEY
Sidney, N. S.. November 22 Lieu
tenant Peary, the Antic explorer. htM
arrived hero In his ship Itoosclcll. Ho
will sail for Now York today.
Kansas City. Nov, 21 l.ovclund, of
California, hns been elected president
of tho Traus-Mlsslsslppl Congress.
SLUMP IN OIL STOCK ,
Now York. Nov. 23. Standard Oil
btock Is selling ut 500, the lowest in
jaW"For Rent" cards en tale at
th Bulletin offlfl
If you will put your
vuluablea In our mfe
you will be s freo from
tIewolry cam am If you
hnd them In the Banlc
Trut Company l-td.
is founded upon be.
comlngncts to tho individual, and at
long as a man's clothes are well cut
and of good quality, they can be said
to be In style. Extreme! are always
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 purte,
If you are figuring on a new styllali
suit, let us show you onn of these
which bear the famous label of
Alfred Benjamin &, Col
TBU MIH .
WflNiWI r9IIT Mil) HOrGL, WO'
No One Would Swaar To
GAME OF PASS THE KICK
DAYED IN POLICE COURT
NO ONE FOUND TO MAKE COM
PLAINT AGAINST 68 CHINE8E
ARRESTED IN THE RAID
The members of the (Ira nil .liny
whli li made n raid on tho house nt the
enrnrr of Mnunakcn nnd Hotel streets
jestcrilay nnd, with tho assistance ot
Sheriff Drown and Attornoy-Orncrnl
piosscr, arrested 08 Chinese, got cold
lect this morning when It enmo tu
swearing to n warrant. They were all
present In the Police Court, but there
was none of them who wns willing to
ninx his nnmo to a document charging
the arrested men with gambling or be
ing present nt 11 place whero gambling
wns going on. j
It was funny, pathetically funny.
Prosecuting .Attorney Andrndc buzzed
around with a worried look on his fac
Ho wasn't anxious to bring tho canon
lo trial. I11 fact. Hint was tho last
thing In Ihe world that ho wnntcd to
do. And tho members of tho Oraml
Jury who so valiantly mndo tho raid,
talked In groups, trying to find snmo
grnceful way out of tho dilemma. No
one scorned to know what to do. It wn
easy enough to go to a houso and nr
icst a lot of men, but nono ot lliom
wauled to Hike tho responsibility ot
uw caring that there was a gambling
gamo going on. They nil passed the
Lurk. How did thny know that the
Chinese were not there for tho purpose
of attending religious services or or
ganizing a society for tho study ol
Tho only way Andrada and tho mem
bers of tho Grand Jury'could see out
of the pickle was to ask for a contlnu
nine. Andrudo moved that tho cbsch
be continued until next Tuesday. Ha
pleaded for it earnestly. Thcro must
bo some wn) of saving the faco ot tho
Oram) Jury, Pcrhnps by Tuesday soma
one, utgbt be found who would tako tho
rcsponslblllt) of swearing to a war
rant. Hut It was impossible to try tho
Chlnesa this morning, for thcro wns
nothing to try them for. They were
under arrest, but were not charged wltn
any violation of tho liw.
"We nro not ready to proceed todaj ,
tnld Andrndc. "It would ho Impos
sible. And I do not think that the de
fendants will suffer nny grcut injury by
the postponement of the cases.
Attorneys Chilltngwotth and Molt
Smith represented tho accused but nut
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CANADA WILL ABROGATE
Washington, No, 2.I. Canada will
iibrognto Its postal convention with
the United States so fnr as the latter
affects second-ilass mall matter.
Deposit your surplus Jew
elry, table sliver and docu
ments in our safe dcpotlt
They will be ssfe from lire
You can have access to
them when you want them,
A box costs only 50c a
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NCW HAVCN, Conn. Nov "t
Yale dcfcitcd'HarVard in the annual
football game here today by a score
ot CO In one , of (lie greatest games
over teen on trie focal ur'diron The
victory carries ' with it the 1 ttege
championship Cf tt Unlt.d stalea It
was a magnlficentjoame from every
point of view, Yalejoiltpliylng I er rl
vals with the exception of the punt
Captain MorM ofjhe Yale team won
the tots for bis sine anrt chcte tho
north goal, giving Yale a ahght a Ivan
tage from the breeze wi 1 h w blow
Ing Soon after tfje epering of the
first half, Yale carried the till down
the field in a series of l-vd plays nut
Roome, who replaefd Knox, made the
only touchdown ofttlie amt. Veeder
kicked tho goal. ( '
Considerable putillng narked the
eecond half and Wale neared Har
vard's goal tine tevcral tlmee but w.i
unable to score ajln The game end
ed M.t thu ball Inrtfavlfd's teriltory
en tlrj 18-yrd-ne)f - x
SPniNGFICLn, Maec Nov 24.
Drown, 23; Dartmouth,!)
CHICAGO, III, Nov. 2. Chleago,
33; Nebraska, 5. V
MINNEAPOLIS, Mlryi., Nov. 2.
Unlvertlty of Mlnneicta, 8; Unlver.
tlty of Indiana C
LATAYETTE, Ind., Nov 2t-Syri.
euse, 4 J West Poirft, 0.
AUTOMOBILE INJURE8 EIGHT
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 24.
Eight persons were Injured at tht
races here today by a runaway auto
mobile. GOMPERS 18 RE-ELECTED
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 24.
Compere has been re-elected president
cf the American Federation of Labor.
CREAM PUFFS ARE POISONOUS
BUFFALO, N. Y., Nov. 24 A nun
dred people have been poisoned In
thle city from eating eream puffs.
SCHMITZ ON WAY HOME
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 24. Mayor
Schmltz has started for San Francisco.
CARUSO WILL APPEAL '
New York, Nov. 23. Slgnor Caruso
will appeal from tho derision of the
1'ollce Court fining him for Insulting
The ship Kails of Clydo sailed for
San Francisco on Wednesday last.
She bad a full load of sugar. It has
been stated that ulie may bo sold lo
tho Matson Company for uso as an oil
Lieutenant Commander I-croy Ma
ton Gnrretl, captain of the United
States Klsh Commission vessel Alba
tross, which arrlu'd this morning from
Yokohama, was lost oerhoard Wed
reada evening at 7:30 o'clock. The
accident nuurrt'd when Iho Albatross
was about 6U0 miles northwest of Ho
nolulu, l.luiilenuiit A, J Hepburn, who took
iiiiiiiiiaid nf lliu Alhatiosa after Hi"
Iiihh nf Unix iiiluln, kUi'k thu follow
lag ill'iiMihl nf Hi" Hi 1 III) III
'I tie Mimllii'i liiul Im'i'H wr)' iuuhIi
nil lliu wit) uuiist At 7 :i'l n'tluik
nil lliu uyniliiH i'( Hi" SIM u wuin
nliuMMIiiK ahum Hi nliiml J I liiiuM,
tUlll Nil pHll st I HIHl Mil' I'llllllll' MiillIK
lull njiut'il 'hu uilulu was tlllluii
Cable Message Received
From Washington By
LEFT OUT ENIIRELY
WERE GIVEN NO CHANCE WHAT
EVER TO BID ON GOVERN
MENT WORK TO BE DONE
l.i rcrly a a rablo from Governor
('.trier nsktig It nny plans and spiel
licitlnnn for the building ot the I.epro
rnrliru e'l Mntnkal bad been forward
el t tblij tlty, Pitt tin- contractors
1 ore 111I3I.1 hnc nn opportunity to bid
on .lio work, 3 message was rcccltcd
today, stating that no plnns had been
M'ni to tnis city, ino iucssngo wni
fiom the ofllco of the (lovcrnmcnl
Architect nt Washington.
Tho contractors of this city iialur-
nlty leel that they hao been badly
rcated In not being given n chanco to
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lompote with tho contractors on tho
mainland In work which was to Do
dono in this Territory. It Is possible
thit viciw will be takenkto,bavo tjirt
I Ids icopencd when (he situation has
been explained lo tho officials.
Fred. Harrison said this afternoon:
"I do nnt think that the local contract
ors have been cry well treated In tho
matter, though personally 1 do not
think that I should hao put In a bid
on It, nnjhow. On other Government
work we wero given a chanco to bid,
ns, for instance, In tho caso of tho
Clnvernment buildings at tho new mil
Itary reservation here.
"I do not think, however, that thero
could bo any Intention of slighting Ho
nolulu In tho matter, but that It was
simply n mistake or an oversight In
in n reclining deck chair on the port
side of the poop, which was tho weath
er side. Suddenly thcro was a heavy
lurch of the steamer to starboard. No
one saw Iho accident, but wo havo fig -
1, red It nut this way; The rhalr slid
acroHt the slippery, wet deck and hit
the starboard rail with terrific force.
Tho force with which It struck tho
rail wns so great that one panel of tho
latticework was broken nut, twelve
wires being broken Tho Captain
went either over (he rail or through
the hole made by tho chair, probably
tho former, as if he had gono under
ho would probably havo grasped tho
chair, which was driven half thiough
tho railing lattice work.
"Somebody raised a cry of man
overboard. We do not know who did
It first, but It Is probable that It was
tho Captain himself. Several of tho
olftccrs were on tho main deck Imme
diately under tho poop ami hcard the
cry, as'lf some one had been hurt, but
they thought that It wns an accident
In tho engine room. Some ono forward
recognized the Captain's voice and
tried "Mun Overboard" In an uncer
tain way. Tho (Juartcrmnster repent
ed tho cry. It must hnvo been 10 or
20 seconds, how ever, before any not
cr,y was made.
"I was In tho wardroom, and ran up
on deck Immediately. A life buoy
was thrown overboard, but must havo
lallen 2iM) yurds from tho Captain. He
wns a fair swimmer but llioru was n
heavy sea running, and even If ha had
lot been hurt by striking the rail, It
would bavo been Imposslblo for him
to swim to tho buoy,
"The helm was put hard up and sail
was shoitened at nine. Wo cruised
around the locality until daylight Ihn
next moinllir, using our hcurrhllKhl,
hut tniild II ml nothing of either thu
Captain or the lit" buoy, At daylight
.wn ttuve It lip Hint am on to llouct
tlllu "l.li'iiii'iiiiul Ciiiiiiiiiiiiilur (iniii.it
wuh iiimui iti Jems old niul miiiiiiiln
till HUM KUiUK llll flM Ills ttlllimillllll'l .
hlilp us Muni us li ml twit limlnn
luadii bin polntM Thu mil) Hilim l"f
viit mi htm in pirn tils dhhiuIihmIihi '
In1 limp h ini'tlmr 11 1 1'lmuimrtf Nevt
laukea Files Answer
Petition For Recount
WANTS ALL VOTES CAST RECOUNTED
1 he nnswer or Curtis laukea to tho questing this Honorable Court to order
iclltlnn of Sheriff A. M. Drown, ask- it recount of the ballots cast at nld
Ing for n ncount of the otes cast at 'election, bo denied,
the recent election wns filed this morn- And said respondent further prnys
Ing In the Supremo Court by W. A. Hint In the etent of this Honorable
Kinney, attorney for tho respondent. jCnurt ordering n recount of the bal
Tlio answer consists. In general, of n lots cast at said election, or of nny tit
complete denial of the charges madojtlic ballots alleged In said petition or
In the petition. It denies that there
were otes which were cast for Hrown
thrown out when they should hnvo
Leon counted and also that thero wero
otes counted for laukea which should
hate been thrown out
I, IIJ ,l,l Ihnr,. wnrn n lnriro !
number of ballots which wero Illegally
cast for Hrown and nlso claims thnt
thcro wero a largo number, ocr fifty.
1 allots which were legally cast for
laukea but which were wrongfully
'lronll 01lt nni, not counted.
Ho further prays the court, In caso
n recount Is ordered, that tha whole of
the ballots rejected bo recounted, In
cluding such ballots ns were rejected
by the officers of election, and that all
votes cast fur the two canni
' tint ex
of election or" not, be counted.
The petition sa)g In part:
And further1 answering said' petition,
said respondent altegei that at said
election, so held aB 'aforesaid on tho
Mb day of November, 190G, a largo
number of ballots, tho exact number
of which Is to this respondent
said complainant, tho snmo being Hie-.,,..
gal ballots, defectively. Improperly or
Illegally marked or Illegally cast.
Further answering said petition,!
..1.1 rn.nnml.mt ullcn that at said
election so held as aforesaid on the
Cth day of Notomber, lOOfi, a laigo
Mimber nf ballots, tho exact number
of which Is tu this respondent un
known, wore rejected by tho election
omrers In cliargo of said election for
ino reason inai snui iiunoin i-ru 1111
jroperly, Illegally and defectively
marked, and that all of tho ballots
which wero at said election attempted
to bo voted for the said complainant
'and wero rejected by such election of-
fleers were so rejected because the
same wero defectively, Improperly and
Illegally marked, and wero not lcgall)
entitled to bo counted for said com
plainant. And said respondent further alleges
that at said election so held as afore
eald on tho (ith day of November, IDOfi.
thcro wore rejected by such olllcers of
election a largo number of volld bal
lots to tho number, as respondent is
Informed nnd believes, of at IcaBt 50,
vhlch said ballots were properly and
legally marked, and were cast for this
lespondent, hut that the samo wero
Improperly and Illegally rejected nnrt
narked defcctlvo by such election offi
cers, nnd should have been counted
for this respondent.
Wherefore, said respondent prays
thnt said petition be. dismissed, nnd
thai tho pra)er of said petition, ro-
105! Fori Street
:n the nnswer of this respondent in
havo been Illegally rejected, that
thero be n recount of the whole of tho
I allots so rejected, Including such bat
lots its were Illegally rejected by tho
officers of such election and which
W CrO CBSt fOr SOlll respondent, BK nl-
IcRCd herein, and that all legal voteit
east -or rcsponiicnt, wnetner r ejectci
er not, bo counted ns against all legal
votes cast for complainant, whether
rejected or not, nnd the tltlo to snlil
oincc of SherllT awarded accordingly.
And said respondent prays for such
ether nnd further relief In the prcm
Ices ns may be Just and equitable.
IN SECOND DEGREE
In th ease of the Territory s. Ku
llko Knlawitloa. charged with murder
In'thc tirst degree, a motion for a new
mi-: trial was granted yesterday by Jtulgo
(1,n'I)e Holt on the motion of Attorney
,llUi ... II r..l. n-l. n.lH.ln.1 .,.n.l
,h ,. . failir r ti,
prosecution to show premeditation njit
Intent on the part of the nccutcil.
Judge De Holt stated In granting thu
". " "at nt tho time on account of
the brutality of the defendant he con
sidered the verdict a Just one, but on
considering the case more carefully nnd
reading the motion be came to the
conclusion thnt the premeditation till
not nppenr clearly enough to warrant u
verdict of murder In the first degree.
The defendant then offered to plcnil
guilty to murder In tho second degtco,'
whkh was acceptable to the protec
tion and Judge -Ua Holt sentenced him
to life Imprisonment.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cat., Nov. 23.
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cents. BEETS: 88 analysis, 9a. 9d. v
Ban Francisco, Nov. 23. Adlcr
bc'on indicted for perjury.
Koine, Nov. 23. An Italian cruise
has been ordered to Morocco.
GEORGE IN ROME
Home. Nov. 23. The King of (Jrecce
wits received here jcstcnlay en fete.
Uidles' emvenette rain coats at A.
Illom's, A large stock to cbooso from
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