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Vol. XV HI No 3552 HONOLULU. rKRKTTORI OF HAWAII. PKIDAY. NOVflMBBR 30. 19(XJ Fbiob 5 Ubnih
COUNT OF PAUOA FRECINCT PROCEEDS
Storm Damages Nuuanuiil NfflK
Alewa Bunkers Collapse
ROADS STOOD DOWNPOUR VERY WELL
For ns heavy a rolnfnll as the ono
that lias occurred In tlio past three
days I hero has been very little dam
age done In the city. According to
Hani Johnson the damage, done to tho
road system will be repaired within
the next day or two and will cost un
der 1400. The bunkers at the Alewa.
quarry were undermined by water and
collapsed and will cost about $300 to
replace. The only other damage of
any Importance was on tho Nuuanu
dam, where a section of flume was
washed away which will cost about
$300 to replace.
Pllkol street, which has always suf
fered very severely when a heavy rain
fell, Is hardly Injured at all on uccount
of the drains which fiavo been recent
ly installed and which did their work
as well or better than they were ex
pected. Out Kallhl way thero was
more or less damage done, but l.lllhu
street stood up finely and proved that
good roads are cheap ones when
hard rains come.
There were no bridges wnshoj away
and tho majority of damage was caus
ed by tho blocking of tho drains by
trled leaves with which the ground
was covered In many- places. That
. due to llie worn uone ny tne roau men,
who startod' out on' special work as
soon as the' downpour commenced at
about 4 p. m. Wednesday and worked
through till 1 o'clock in the morning,
then getting back long before daylight
and working again.
On the Nuuanu dam tho center sec
tion of tho flume was washed out Wed
nesday night. The water came rush
ing down In such a torrent that It rose
to a height of two feet over the top
of tho Incoming flume and this was
Increased by the surface drainage,
which poured down fiom the sides of
(lie ravino. Tho posts supporting the
llumu near the center basin and above
tho koa wtoll were undermined, ami
gave way, with tho result that that
section of tho flume collapsed.
There were from twenty to thirty
yards of material swept Into the basin
and the loss of this with the work nec
essary for reconstruction will cost
about $300. There was no other dam
ugu of any Importance which had been
located by tho Department of Public
Tho bunkers at the Alewa quarry
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were undermined by the water and
collapsed last night about 8 o'clock.
They contained about ten loads of
stone at the time. The news of tne
trouble was telephoned to Road Super
visor Johnson at once and he had a
gang of men at work repairing the
damage this morning at 4 o'clock.
There will be a slight delay In obtain
ing crushed stone for the next few
days, but the bunkers will bo rebuilt at
I $AN FraNCIBCO. Cal.Jvv. 30.-
doned by Governor Pardee at the re
quest of Attorney Honey, that they
may testify against Ruef and Schmltz,
Stcfflns and Wyman were both
found guilty after a Jury trial of bal
lot-box stuffing in San Francisco two
years ago and were given long terms
In Han Quentin.
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cal , Nov. 30. A
northern gale in this city has laid
many walls prostrate. A boy was kill
ed this morning by falling bricks fron
the walls of the Palace Hotel. ,
FRENCH SQUADRON 6AIL8
TOULON, France, Nov. 30. Adnlr
al Touchard's squadron sailed for Tan-
J. II. flalt Is today making tho rounds
toall the subscribers to the band eturn
fund, giving each subscriber bade his
, is founde upon be-
comlngnets to the indlvldal, and as
long as a man's clothes U well cut
and of good quality, theyian bo said
to be In style. Extremeare always
dangerous and do not exfesa style.
Style does not mean no thing to
the man with means anovnother thing
to the man with llmltei'purse.
If you are figuring oa new stylish
suit, let ua show yoone of these
which bear the famof label of
Alfred Benjaoin & Co.
THE KASHSO., LTO.
TEL. r.IN 29,
CORNER FORT IND MOTBU BT.
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Said To Have Asked Him
To Succeed Alec
Members of the Kepubllcan Central
Committee, as well as others promi
nent In political circles, were this
noon busy discussing whether or not
Fred Macfsrline was being backed by
the Governor for the seats as chairman
of the commlttee.to which A. O. M. Rolf
ertson. who for several years past has
held that honor, tendered his resigna
tion, or at least a tentatlve'one, on his
departure for' the mainland. some weeks
The report had it that the Oovrrnor
had asked Macfarlane tb'ruu for the
chairmanship. Macfarlane had not
been very anxious to listen to the song
uf tho Blren, wheicupon the hovcrnor
had assured him that he would have
the suppurX of the Central Committee.
The report was more than a nine
i umar, as It was corroborated on ecry
hand by good authority, with the ex
ception of Macfarlane, who denied It.
John C. Lane, who as vlce-chalrinun,
la uL present acting In RobertsbU'a
place, stated today that he thour;itt
that the discussion of a now chairman
was rather premature.
"Robertson In his letter to me, when
he left, said ho would like to remain
on the Committee, and ha affermt til
the purpose of putting no stone In the
way should the committee wish to
select a successor," said Lime.
"The regular . meeting of tho
committee will be held on
Monday, nt which, I expect, tho matter
will be taken up. I do not think that
Kouortson's resignation will be ac
cepted; it would seem due to him thut
we dlil not act on thu matter at all, tm
lesu'we should flud out that he Intends
to remalii uway for a great length o:
Fred W. Mncfuilune said, when seen
about the mutter, that Instead of tuc.
Governor some of tho prominent moni
tors of the Central Committee had ie
queued him to be chairman of the Cen
tral Committee, ile had first told them
thut he could not accept tho posmon
as he had no political asplruttoiis.
Willie he sympathized with the works
(f the Ke'iubllcnu party, ho was not a
polltlclun himself, and could not spare
time to go Into politics and neglect his
own private business. The committee.
however, had told him not to say "No,
hut to take the matter under advise
ment, which ho wns dolnrf. In the
meantime Macfarlane bus told the
committee to look around for u better
man than hluistlf.
BIND MY &
The plan of getting the fund which
was subscribed for the return of tho
band turned over to tho band boys has
been given up by Captain Uerger.
Iierger says that he and the boys will
probably sue Cohen and tho "angels"
for tho money duo them for wages,
"We will sue them as Cohen Co, eh?"
said the Captain.
C$j 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 Is a
practical expression of the Insuring
public's approval of Prudential man.
gement and of Its confidence In the
Kurt Ki, UopoIuI.
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Used Mail for Purpose
Kdward Kniml.'the man who sold n
recipe for making fve gallons of "whU-
key" for 30 cent! and did bus.uesswns received today In a cablegram by
tVirrtitarti that ma Han it'll at innruni nil tf i' Mlitttvna In tlil aI tfn. .Intt lif1
place. It ts believed, at San Franclico.
... . -, D ...Heart failure was given as the cause.
Wit fllirtM wllh;t1t1niF ttll IT. SV mnl'ill lra llitntmn itnJnoarAnt an nnntwi.
with Intent to defraud. I
JilUge Bole wneA.ne sentenced Miiturth0 earthquake. The next day sho had
"This Is the fit
which' has occum
hardly. seems like
of vonp lntelltaene
st case of tho klnil
k in this rourL It
to" me that u man
I and, business train-
lue could fall to lidow thut In rclllin:
a receipt e'sch as' you did you wore
committing a fraud and that thy llqurr
which was u base Imllatlun which
could not be sold for anything like I ho
value of tho real Ihing.
"Tho Jury has recommended clem
ency: you have already spent thrif
months In Jail ai as this is tlie.lnl
esse of using the nails for fraudulent
purposes I do iiotfbelleve llat a heavy
sentenco Is necessary. This cuse will
call the attention of others here to thii
law, without sore'rlty arid 1 therefore
sentenco you to be fined $1, to thirty
days In Jail and to pay'tlie conts of tho
WV t, i. -,
Those who, donated money to the
band fund through tho Bulletin are re
quested to call nt the business office ol
this paper, where it will be returnc:
to them, J. It. Halt having returned thy
funds. Tim list uf these donors Is o.
II. Walker r $ 5 0j
Police Comt 2 UJ
L. II. Wood I 5U
A. D. Castro 2 Ou
I- U McCaudliss 50 Mi
Chns. Iliistacc, Jr. C 00
Qeo. U Rlgtlow C 0".
J. A. Wilder 1 00
J. R. Oalt 1 00
W. T. Rawlins 1 Go
S. n. Kingsbury 1 b'J
A. N. Bun ford 1 Uu
Cash ; 1 iw
Oahu Saloon C Cu
M. It. Counter 5 Ou
Hul'.i'll Pub. Co., Ltd 20 0,
mm Nojjti 'Ikied
The Taylor cases wero again post
poued this afternoon on account of the
fuct that Judge Clear, who Is supposed
to assist the prosecution, Is engaged III
tho recount mat (it uud could not be
present. This Is tho third postpone,
ment of tho case.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 28.
SUGAR: 90 degree Centrifugals. 3.87
cents. BEETS: 88 analyais, 8a 11 1-4d.
REBUILD MANILA RAILROADS
LONDON, England, Nov. 30. Tl
formation of a syndicate to re
struct the Manila railway lines Vat
Akca, the Chinaman accused of
having Intercourse with a female un
der 14, who was found gtillty yester
day by the Jury In Judgo Lindsay's
court', wns sentenced to 18 months In
Jail at hard labor this morning.
BUUETIN II "
- ' DUN MONEY
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Death Due To Result Of
Mrs. Stewart Dunbar, nee Miss Oen
evleve Dowsett, Is dead. Tho news
tlon at San Francisco tho day before
to bo removed to ono of tho parks, to
gether with tho unfortunates who
wero rendered homeless by tho disas
ter. The exposure Just at tills Inoppor
tune moment had serious results.
Illood poisoning set In and Mrs. Dun
bar was very ill.
She recovered, however, to some ex
tent, and came back to tho Islands.
During, her stay hero she was undor
medical treatment and under the con
stant tare of a trained nurso whom
she brought with her. About two or
three months ago she returned to the
Coast. As It was thought that sho
was Improving In health the news of
her death comes as a rude shock.
Mrs, Dunbar was exceedingly well
known hero, where she lived during
the greater part of her life, and where
her relatives and most of her friends
ocr IimhUimI, Nothing ! yet . luum
heard about tho funoral arrangemeiirs.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 30.
John A. Mcllhenny was appointed a
a member of the Civil Service Com
mission today by the President. This
gives the Democrats a majority on the
MENELIK VERY ILL
ROME, Italy, Nov. 30. King
etlk of Abyssinia is seriously II
LONG ISLAND CITV, Nov. 30. Ten
desperate prisoners have escaped from
J,,L -' - -
Tho remaining counla of embeislo
ment against C. A. Schmeldto, who l
now serving time for that offence,
were nolle prosd. by the prosocutlou
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Decision Of Court
GEAR AGAIN WINS POINT FOR BROWN
Alter considerable argument. In
which Judgo flear wished to proceed
with the count, while Kinney
against It, the Court decided to con
tlnue and at 3:15 started on the count
of the Pauoa PrcclncL
The recount of the ballots cast In
the recent election for Sheriff In the
Vineyard street precinct, tho Twelfth
of tho Fifth, was completed this
morning In the Supremo Court and
neither side gained. There wero four
Drown ballots rejected by the court
and the same number for his oppo
nent, leaving tho total vote: Ilrown
189, laukea 194. The official vote, as
recorded by tho County Clerk showed:
Urown 193, laukea 198.
The readiness which Is shown by
tho Democrats to cry fraud when there
Is a chance of any kind, no matter
whether they havo the slightest proof
of there being anything wrong or not.
was clearly ahown this morning as thu
result of a mistake made In tho count.
It waa decldod early In the morning
that Judge Hartwcll should count patt
of tho votes In his chambers whilo thu
rest wore, being counted In tbo court
room before Chief Justice Froar,
ncy returned from counting wltb
Judgo Hartwcll they announced 'the
result aa Brown 79, laukea 65. When
this was added to the total votea couu
ted before Judge Frear It showed a
gain for Drown or 15 aud a loss for
laukea of 14, a total difference of 29
votes. Immediately tbo court room
was In a ferment and charges of all
kinds wer) being made by tho Demo
erotic adherents. The election Inspect,
ors were cronl.ed; the ballots had been
tampered Vth: In fact, anything
which would iive a chance to claim
fraud was ihj order of the day. 'Tho
charges wero not made. In open court
but wero whispered In the court room,
Then Judge Hartwcll created the
sensation by calling tho attention of
the court to tho fact that he had sug
gested that the larger number In thu
two totals which wore found in his
chambers had been for the Democratic
candidate. Ho said that ho had
Miuugfit u, urn wiiuh ma iwu aiiur
ncy. had agreed that be was wrong,
bo had felt himself that he must ha
aud bad dropped tbo matter. On com-j
ing to look Into the matter, however,
ho felt that ho was right and tho courtl
at once Instructed that the ballots b-"'-w - "' "
recounted. This was done Immediate-lyour valuables In tha
ly but there was another mistake ' aaf dtapoalt vault.
found which took a vote away from!
Drown, leaving him In precisely tho Hanrv Watarhnusa
samo relative position as ho occupied! " y ,
Wednesday night when the counting ruat lo.( L.td.
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of the Fifth of the Fourth had beta
While Ilrown Is now only one voto
behind Ills opponent, tho Fifth Pro
clnct having brought him up to that
point, the Supreme Court has not yet
decided whether It will call for a full
recount or not. The statement as
made from the Hcnch this noon that
the court would reconvene nt 1:30 this
afternoon and would. If It decided to
go ahead, take up the Pauoa precinct.
Thero him been a great deal of tall;
about fraudulent counting In tho Fifth
of the Fourth during the day and thu
general view seems to be that there
was something "rotten In Denmark"
In that section. The Republicans' whu
wero there on duty atu said to havo
been null-Drown men uml tho lludliiK
of so many Drown voles which were
not counted looks llko a collusion be
tween tliem and the Democrats to do
sumo tall counting nut, which tins now
been defeated by the Supremo CourL
Tho chairman of tho Doard of Inspect
ors lias acknowledged to tho attorneys
ror botlu sides that he allowed vote
to bo counted which he knew would
never -bo allowed by the Supreme
Court, and ho has bucn subjected .to .
cousidoible criticism for his action.
(Contlnueoyon Pma 4.)
BERGER AND BAND
TO PLAY TOMORROW
The band concerts nru to he resinned
tomorrow. Captain Dnrgcr Mutes Uml
the first one will lie ul Aula pari: to
morrow afternoon al 4 o'clock, tl.
band ro-entoriiig the tmjiloy of llni
county tomorrow. On Sunday there
will he n concert nt the Capitol at 3
o'clock, mid Monday etetiln,; ul ":.to
the bund will play nt ICmma Square.
Tuesday evonlug tho concert will be .it
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