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Vol. XY1II No 3551
Gov. Carter May Be Candidate Por
Sargent To Look Up
1 Filipino Laborers
SAYS HE NEVER HEARD OF IT BEFORE
Commissioner Sargent Intend (o In
terest himself In looklnR up the mnt
tcr of tho Importation of Filipinos tn
tho IslamlH, on which A. K. JuiliI has
I ccn working for Komo 111119 P '"
Ilia Philippines. Apparently thlit
nheine Ik n new one to Sargent. At
leant, ho Ktatetl that IIiIh morning was
the first lime he hml ever hoard nhout
It. I In was much Interested and Raid
that ho Intended to rIvo tho matter his
Tho matter was brought up when a
leporter asked tho Commissioner
what he thought of tlm plan nf lirlriR
Ins Filipinos to the local plantations.
"Who Ik bringing them?'' nsked Mr.
"Why, A. V. JuiliI," nnswered the re
porter, "And who iiiIrIiI this Mr. .ludd rep
resent?" "Tho 1'lanlcrH' Association."
"This Is all howh to me," said Mr.
Sargent. "I had not heard of thin lie-
foro this mornlnR. I shall Immediate
ly look up this matter."
The fact that tho Commissioner was
unawaro of tho work dono liy Judd oil
the Filipino ImmlRratlnn matter is
lather a surprislnR one, as the plant
ers have not In nny way kept tho mat
ter rrom the,. knowledge of thp public.
It nan been spoken of extensively In
the local prCM, anil still mora In tho
papers of Manila', whero tho schemo
was opposed by .tho Chamber of Com
merce and others, while tho Hoard of
Commissioners refused to Rrant tho
irqiicst of that body to put n stop to
"I don't know anything about tho
rillpliioH," said Sargent further, when
esked about his opinion on tho plan.
"Kxccpt what I heard on board the Ko
ita from gentlemen who aru engaged
In big enterprises In tho Philippines,
anil they all told mo that tho Philippine-)
wcra In need of Immigration.
Furthermore, I understand that there,
i.ro In tho Philippines Immenso tracts
which need labor for their develop
ment. "I say now, as I always hava said
unite plainly, that what these IslandB
need Is labor which will become
Americanized and which will take up
Its part In aiding In the development
dons American lines."
Leave Your Orders In Time for
"Alameda" Dec. Sth.
KIN6 ST. .
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Every buyer of goods reads a daily paper. Nearly everybody in Honolulu reads the Bulletin
l 3:30 O'CLOCK
After ending tho Interview Mr. Bar
pent again thanked the reporter for
telling him about tho Filipino matter,
and repented his statement that ho
would look It up.
win of nt
"You cannot get labor from tho
mainland until you will pay the wages
which labor Is being paid there."
Willi this one brief sentence Com
missioner Sargent summed up his an
swer to tho question as to what ho
thought of the proposition of further
ing tho Americanizing of tho Islands
In tho quickest manner pnsslhlo by
deriving labor from tho mainland and
thus evading the necessarily lengthy
process of Americanizing labor Im
1 orled from foreign territory.
"Labor In tha United Stntos Is being
paid Rood wages," said Hargont, "and
)ou cannot expect any man to leave
ono place for, another whero tho pay Is
"What about tho 'army of unemploy
ed'?" asked tho reporter.
"There Is always a great number of
(Continued on Pag 7.) .
INDICT 8TANDARD OIL
bf. LOUI8, Mo., Nov. 28 The Fed
eral Grand Jury hat Indicted the Wa-
tert-Plerce Oil Company, a branch of
the Standard OH Company, for accept
ing rebatet, on 72 countt.
OROWNED ON THE LAKES
Ontnrlo, November 27. In tho wreck
of n steamer 011 Georgian bay, 2ft were
MUTINY ON SHIP
NEW YORK, N, Y Nov. 28. One
person wat killed and five were In
jured In a mutiny on board tha Mai
lory liner San Jacinto.
DEATH IN FLAMES
8T. LOUI8, Mo., Nov. 28. Six per
sona perished and 35 were Injured to
day at the burning of the Llghthout)
Hotel, conducted by the Salvation Ar
FOR VOTE OF PEOPLE
BREMEN, Germany, Nov. 28. A
project to apend $4,300,000. on harbor
Improvements hat been submitted to
' it founded upon be.
comlngness to the Individual, and as
long at a man's clothet are well cut'
and of-good quality, they can be laid
to be In style. Extremes are always
dangerous and do not exprett style.
Style doet not mean one thing to
the man with means and another thing
to the man with limited puree.
If you are figuring on a new ttyllth
suit, let us thow you one of these
which bear the famout label of
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TEL, MAIN 28,
coiinuii conr AND HOI LU uro.
IE HT Pill
Caretaker Donald Mclntyro nf
Moannlun reports that tho grounds
are very wet from the recent rains.
The Bulletin has, therefore, do-
elded to entcrtnln Us newsboy 4
friends In a now way tomorrow,
by giving them the best dinner
they have ever hnd, which will bo -t
served by the Palm Ice Cream
Parlors at 12 o'clock noon.
There will bo nn nbundance of
turkey, cranberry sauce and nil
the other good things that go to
make up n real boy's real Thanks-
Riving dinner, Tho boys will be
4 given their tickets nt tho tlultctln
4 olllce at 11:15, Immediately after
4 which they will go over to tho
4 Palm Parlors nnd enjoy them
4 selves to tho limit. Tho money
4 that would have been paid for tho 4
4 tally-ho and other expenses will 4
4 Im put Into the dinner.
AMES E. HJIWi
James K. Fullcrtnn filed a suit for
$10,000 damages this afternoon against
tho Oahu Railway nnd Land Company
Ho complains that on November 4 he
bought a ticket from Honolulu to Kwa
Mill station nnd return, nnd rode to
llonoulliill. where ho stopped. He
statcH that he attempted to use tho re
turn ticket later In tho day but the
conductor said that It was not good and
expelled him from the train.
HELEN TO dO TO Ml
Helen Kalel Aona was arrested again
yesterday on nnothcr warrant sworn
out by the little second hand man, Mat
thews, whom she has PIT some tlmo
kept In 11 stnto of terror. Helen was
awaiting trial on tho chargo of threat
ening to kill the little man, and has
been having all sorts of fun with him,
chasing him Inside his shop and scar
ing him out of n week's growth every
time sho saw hlni. Ycstcrdny she
broke down his door, ho cays, nnd
scared him out of two weeks' growth.
It Is probable that Judge Whitney
will send her to (ho Insane asylum to
morrow. Her husband, Aona, returned
this week from Hawaii nnd wishes her
sent to the asylum, faying that ho It.
wllllng to pay her expenses there. Dr.
Kmrrsnn says that that Is undoubted
ly tho plnco for her, so It Is probable
that she will bo sent over.
There will bo u concert and danco at
Walalua on Saturday night at which
Knal'H orchestra will furnish the music.
Tho orchestra will play at the hotel on
The- Ecrvlccs at St. Clement's Church
on Thanksgiving Day will be: Holy
Communion at 7 a. m.; morning prayer
nnd sermon, 10 n. m.
Jildgo Itoblnbon denied a motion of
the defonso for a non-suit In tho caso
of Uonhlchl vs. tho Itnpld Transit Co.
Mrs. M. A. Gonsalvcs has received
n cablegram from her daughter Mat-,
announcing her safe arrival at Ensf
155. The PRUDENTIAL stood first
among the companies operating ex
clusively in the United States in the
amount of insurance gained In its "Or.
dlnary" department alone, This It a
practical expression of the Inturlng
public's approval of Prudential man
agement and of lit confidence In the
KorV HI, Qonolvl'i
BULLETIN IS lONOlllLU'S BEST
OP HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28 LW)
Counting Votes Cast
For Sheriff In
Fifth ofjhe Fourth
NO DECISION GIVEN BY THE SUPREME COURT
It was expected that vtlicu the Kit- was not offered as evidence.
premc Court session this nftcrnoon
commenced that a decision In regard to
h recount would lie given, but contrary
to wbntwns thought Sheriff Drown whj
again put on the stand, where. In tc-
sponso to questions from Chief Justice
irear. ho reiterated ma testimony 01
the mom nR In regard to the Fifth 01
tho Fourth, tic stated that he had been
told that the twenty ballots which he
had spoken of as being Illegally count
ed wcro all for lailkca.
The Court then called on A. T llrock
chairman of the Board of InsprrtuiH 01
tho Fifth nf tho Fourth for an Monti
flcnlliui of lho ballot bag and ballots
Thero wax somo question raised In ie
Riird to tho scaling of an envelope con
taining Home of tho ballots, but the
court decided not to pass on tho ques
tion nt tho nrcscnt time.
Tho envelopes were then opened nnd
the tount commenced, the Court taking
charge of tho ballots protested against
nnd stntlng that tho decision ns ic
gards their being properly counted
would bo reserved till the count was
Up to 3 o'clock protcRts had been
made ngnlnst eight ballots, four by
When tlie'auprcnie Court meets Ibis
afternoon at 2 o'clock their decision
In. regard to a recount of the votes
cast for tho office of County Sheriff
will probably be announced. If a re
count la not ordered thero will bo a
great deal of surprlso among tho at
torneys of tho city who have followed
Tho cntlro morning was taken up'
wlth testimony from Sheriff tirowti,
who waa called to tho witness stand to
tell tho court the Information which
led him to believe that n recount would
hhow that ho hail been elected.
Ho testified that ho had been told
by Sidney Johnson thnt In tho Fifth
Precinct of the Fourth District thero
had been twenty ballots counted for
laukea which should not havo been
allowed by the Inspectors, and that
Johnson had made an affidavit to this,
effect. These votes ho said ho under
stood wero marked with a cross In tho
space In which tho candidate's namo
was and not in tho apace which waa
left for tho purpose. These votes ho
said he thought should not have been
counted but wcro allowed by tho In
epectora. (Tho Fifth" Precinct Is the
ono In which Costa waa supposed to
rulo and thero was an unexpected' fall
ing off In tho ftcpubllcan voto which
has never been fully explained.)
At Walalua ho stated tho returns of
tho election Inspectors showed that
thero had been 110 votes cast for him
whllo tho County Clerk rcturnH showed
that thero had been 109.
In I'auoa ho said that hn had been
told that thero wcro a numbor of bal
lots on which there wero erasure and
that tbo Inspectors bad held that these
votes Bhould all ho counted and that
their opinion of tho Intention of thn
voter should bo what thoy ruled by.
At tho Vineyard street precinct ho
fctated that ho waa told that I hero
wero two votes counted for laukea
which had been marked so that they
wcro distinguishable. In a number of
other precincts ha stated ho had been
told of mistakes which had been mailo
and ho stated that ho had brought tho
complaint before tho court nskliiR for
a recount. In good faith, believing that
ho had been elected under a loricct
count of tho votes.
Attorney Kinney tried to havo Slier
1 ff Drown produce tho Johnson nflldavlt
but the court ruled thai It weru nut
going Into tho matter to this extent n t
lho present tlmo nnd tho document
Tho court yesterday afternoon ruled
tbnt the torn ballots, which would
nnve given nrown a considerable lead
if thrown out, wcro properly counted,
mi tns Cft Drown with a lead of ono
., on tho npw conl lho first vrc.
'clnct of the Fourth. If this nvcrago
Jh1io1(, 1)(J kcpt lln row W01lM ba
easily elected over laukea.
(AtiocUttrd Prt$t tpeelal CtlJ
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal Nov. 28.
Mayor Schmitz wat arretted at Truc
kee today. He It due to arrive here
SAN FRANCISCO, .Nov. iS6. SU
GAR: 98 degree Centrifugals, 3.84376
centt. BEETS: 8a 9 3-4d.
SPANISH CABINET RESIQNS
MADRID, Spain, Nov. 28.-
Inel hat resigned.
Shanghai, Nov. 27. Ten millions m
people am destitute In tho province cf
Klnng-Mi, owing to tho destruction ot
crops by floods.
POI80NED THE FAMILY
Philadelphia, Nov. 27. Drldgct Carey
has been nrrcRlcd for poisoning her
husband, two children and two tenants,
for the sake of tho Insurance.
FRENCH SQUADRON TO MOROCCO
Toulon, Nov, 27. A French tquad
ron has sailed for Morocco.
The Bullfrog Club will hold Ita semi
annual meeting for elections on the
30th Inst. All members are requested;
to bo present.
Tho schooner Alice Cooke Is on the
marine railway undergoing repairs to
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Carter May Run For "
A Second Term As
HAS NOT FULLY MADE UP HIS MIND AS YET
tlovornor Carter stated to a Hulletln
reporter this morning that under cer
tain circumstances, which he refused
to give for publication, ho might bo 11
candidate for a second term when the
present term had expired a year from
now. Ho said that he had not coiisld
crcd the matter and he would not make
uny decision nt tho present time.
In speaking of tho matter Governor
"I have not made any announcement
of my candidacy and do not Intend to
do so. I have not yet decided whether
I shall be a candidate for n second term
or not. Underf ccrtnlu conditions I
would be, but there are many mntlcr
which may como up between tho pres
ent tlmo ami tho date when my term
expires, as that Is nearly a year uway.
Tho Legislature will meet between now
and that tlmo and It is hard to say
what will como up.
"I havo no doubt hut that somo ot
those In this city who do not llko ma
would bo gladjo prepare an official ct
fin for mo and would also be glad ii
bco mo step Into it at tho present time,
but as tar as that goes I think that .'
will wait for a sh-tt tlmo beforo nc
tcptlng their couiieslcs. When tli
time, comes 1 shall l.o glad to, make) my
uccltlun but until t.icn I do not think
that I am called oti to say whether 1
snail try lor a sccona term or nut. -"As
I said beforo. It Is too soon for
me to mako any ttitemcnl In regard to
the matter and I do not feel called on
to do so. When thero Is nearly one
fourth of my term left thero socms to
mo to be plenty of tlmo left for mo to
think over tho matter and then to say
what I will do."
Secretary Jack Atkinson was asked
what ho woiiU do In caso Governor
Carter shoul ie u-candldato for a sec
ond tem. tklnson has been men
tioned proi .cntly for Governor late
ly and Is jiisldered by somo to have
obtained an Inside, track for tho posi
tion. Ho was very non-committal In
regard to tho matter and would make
no certain declaration. Ho said:
"I havo nothing to say In thn matter
I havo never announced myself as 11
inndldate for tho office of Governor
When you get something that
is valuable what is the use of
being careleas with it and per
haps losing it? There is no
use taking chanoes with a bur
glar in leaving your silverware
in a place convenient to his
reach. Henry Waterhouse
Trust Co., Ltd.. will take care
J of your articles for a small cost.
EVERYBODY WHO CAN POSSI
BLY BUY QOObS READS A
DAILY PAPER. Every merchant
abreast of hit opportunities and
matter of hit butlneta knowt thlt
and makes Advertltlng The Cardl
nal Principle of hit admlnlttratlon.
The evidence of hit enterprise and
prudence It shown ever day In the
pages of THE EVENING BULLE
TIN because The Evening Bulletin
Fbiob 5 Cents
and until I do so It would look rather
ztrango for mo to mako any talk on tht
mnttcr. I have alwaya been for Gov
ernor Carter and I urn still for tha
Governor whether ho decides to run
for a second term or will leavn his of
ficial position open for someone else."
BERGER AND BAND
SUE ANflEL BUI
Captiln Uerger Muted today that In
behalf of thn band boys he might In
Mltule n mil against tho bill or
"nngels" which backed Joe Cohen In his
venture. The cnsii would bo for tho
payment of tho lust four months' sal
aries, amounting to about ten thousand
The captain bald that as ho was not
nuthrr'zed to say much, ho would have
to S"c tho boys nnd consult with them
nu.o what they would do In tho mat
ter. Ho said the Btory ot his stopplnc
ut tho first class hotels whllo away was
Tho following order has been Issued
J to the First Itcglmcnt, N. Q. H., regard.
Ing tho Thanksgiving Day review by
ClKNUIlAi, ORDER No. 16.
Companies of the First Ilegimcnt,
N. G. II., stationed In Honolulu, will
OBBomblo under arms at the drlllsbed
on Thursday, Nov. 29, I90C, nt 3 p. m.,
preparatory to review by the Governor.
Uniform: service, whllo gloves.
Ily order of Col. JoncB.
Capt. and Adjt. Ut Reg., N. G. It.
The Alameda, duo to arrive Frlduy,
will probably not get In until about
o'clock, as sho left San FranclBco thir
teen hours late, according to advice
received yesterday by Irvln &. Co., her
John Nunes, a hackman ot this city,
has filed a petition in bankruptcy In
the Federal Court. He owes $901 and
has ono debt of $10 due' him, according
to the papers.
A non-Biilt was granted this morn
ing ty Judge De Holt In tho caso of tho
replevin suit of J. It. S, Knlco vs. Wo
Thn resignation of Clerk John A. Pal
mer. In tho court of Judge Jacob Hardy
at l.lhue, Kauai, has hern received nnd
filed In the Supremo Court.
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