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12 PAGES- HONOLULU. I'KRRITORY OF HAWAII SATURDAY l)K(JKMHKHl lulfe-12 PAGES
Vot XV IT I No 355.1
PUIOH 6 OENTH
The Bulletin ad columns afford the Hire merchant his best holiday opportunity
Laborers To Be Sent
To All Islands
In Special Steamers
PLANTATIONS ASK FOR 1500 FAMILIES "
"There liavo been applications fur eight additions to the passenger list,
1C0O families of Portuguese." salt! unci nhuut us many deaths. The tminl
Jloyal ,D. Mead of the Planters' Asso- gratlon authorities stale that the
elation this morning. "The appllca.
tlons have come from plantations all
deaths 'number 13, but Captain Shot
ten denies that thii list was as largo
over tho Islands, tho different ones as that. Other than the two caBes ot
wanting different numbers. Tliero nrr measles, thu health of the, passengers
only 250 families on board the Suverlc, Is good. Tliero are 115 children nho.iid
eo you see tliero will tin plenty of op
portunlty for work open fur ull oi
"We will as far as possible, tend
under 1 year old, and about -160 of the
passengers uro less than lfi years old
"There were so many babies that wn
had to feed them with n hose," said
the Portuguese Immigrants to all the inplaln .Shotton. "Wo Just stretched
plantations, giving each a number oi n length of hose out nlung thu deck
them In proportion to thu total asked fastened rubber nipples to It, and let
for. In that manner thu Immigrants thn babies get to work." That Is the
will, of course, ho dstrlbuted to cery captain's story of It. Thn mothers have
engage tpeclal steamers for tho yet to bu heard from. Desldes her big
"On the other hand no restrnlnt oil passenger list, the Suverlc has n cargo
nny kind will he exercised over the of over 10,000 tons of freight, most ot
Portuguese. They are freo to do what- It being cement on ship's .account, thul
ever tney please, and to go wliere tney is, that can ha disposed of whcreor a
please, and we can only offer them nil-1 market Is found for It. It Is probable
vice and ruggestlons, anil tr.l them ot that most of It will he taken on to Han
the conditions, which pievall at thu Francisco.
"Some ot the Immigrants will uu
doubtedly go up In the Punchbowl dis
trict, but we hopu to Induce the major-
Hcgurdlng tho stories concerning
trouble on board the ship at tho time
ot her sailing. Captain Shotton stateii
that the only trouble tlietu was was
Ity of them to go to work on tho plan- caused. by some of tho immigrants com
taiions. j nen oi coureo mere are many
of thorn who will wish to go to certain
localities, where they have friends
with' whom 'they have been In Corres
pondence. All these circumstances
will naturally make It very difficult tc
dlttrlbute. the crowd In a pro rata pro
portion to the different plantations.
"As tho Inspection of thesu Immi
grants will be quite rigorous, wo tic
not expect thul they will pass the Im
migration station omclals (pucker than or thu lot going ashoro. Then they
at a rate of three to four bundled sent off for the luggage, which was oil.
day. We will send them lo the othei ,,j ,, nl0 Ueck wtM tnat r al tm,
Islands as rapidly as possible, and will otliurs. They had all labeled their
lug aboard drunk and expecting to rind
n' heavy meal all" ready for them to sit
downto. A crowd of .nboiM twenty pi
the'TJnllies'of "the outfit 'ruil up and
down the ship yelling that they were
going to set fire to her. "Go ahead,
said the captain, "I guess you'll make
us good steak as I will." They didn't
pet any fires.
Only two or three of them left the
ship, somu of tho most cantankerous
SUV-ERIC ARRIVES FROM
AZORES WITH THIRTEEN
The Suverlc has arrived from tho nicked tin bodily And set down there.. of nrmholes cut In It, may sonio day
Atorcs with her load of I'ortugiiosulTheiu were copluf all ages and nil lilouil liiipoitaiit cases at the bar. Ilttlo
Immigrants, She arrlu-d off port
about o'clock, but up to 12 o'clock
hud not yet left quarantine.
Tho Huverlc brings I32C immigrants,
who come from thu Azores to uinko
Hawaii their home. They are not sin
gle men, liable to slay awhile, make it
certulu amount of money and then re
turn to their nullves land. Those who
come uru whole families who have left
the place of their birth with no Inten
tion of returning. Thuy come to learn
American ways live American IUi'h,
and become American citizens.
It is n remarkably good-appearlut;
lot of Immigrants that thu Suverlu
brings. Those who hnvu seen thorn
and have also seen other lots of Immi
grants that have come to Hawaii say
that those brought by tho Suverlu ap
pear much more Intelligent and of n
much better class generally than their
Thuy weru all eager to catch tho
first sight ot the land that Is to be
their new home. Hanging uver thu
rail of the vessel, they staled earnest
ly nt the city. That they weru glad to
reach the end urn their long Journey
their cheers auu frantic waving ot hats
and shawls. attested
Kvery face hore a Hiullu,and every
man, woman aid child aboard shouted
eager Inquiries to those who inmo
alongside, or waved u hand In friendly
The deck of tho steamer looked as
B 111 AD
"I am not ready to express any opin
ion yet bb to the desirability ot tho
immigrants," said Immigration Com
missioner Sargent this-afternoon on
coming off the Suverlc. "Hut from
what I have seen I think they will
site up pretty well."
The Suverlc docked at the Illshop
slip about 1:45 this afternoon. She Is
not yet, however, released from qtiar
autlne, there being two cases of what
the doctors pronounce to bu measles,
though Captain Shotton says that thu
rash Is merely tho result of teething,
oth cases being babies.
During tho long voyage tliero wero
baggage and put tho labels Instdo,
Of course, at tho moment of sailing
Ich baggago of those who had gone
ashoie could not bu found, and thu cap.
tnln was required to put up a bond
The voyage was a fairly pleasant
one, the weather being good for thu
nlost part, Thu deaths during tho voy
age weru all of children less than a
slr.es. Tho wiveitjitdges of man wero lis he Iixiks It now. Such things liuvo
teptosented Uiere.BOac old grandtath-. happened befoie
or hung over tlir(rll straining dlm- And there were oung girls aboard,
med ejes at thcland ttliere bu Is to comely damsels, most of them dressed
spend his few remnSiiliig years. Ho for the occasion In their Sunday best,
was iarei(Kiicunnil urcsseu uuiy in nun wiiii a iingui-iinum! simwi inrowu
u lough shirt niid'iT ulr of worn trous.mer tlulr head mid shoulders, peering
ers. Thu sun slioiiu down warmly on shyly down at the visitors or glancing
his silvered head hm Jf welcoming him sljly at thu young men who stood near
In his new home., llu wus the patrl-.them protecting!'.
arch of the moving tillage. It wns a gully-colored crowd for the
Mothers stood patiently In rows,1 most purl. Almost till of thu women,
with tiny babies rlt'thelr breasts, and especially, .Mire it hit of color some-
by their sides young husbands who wlui-e a blight han-'kerchlef In their
liae bruticht their families to u hind h Ir. o i. o!o ?d rlhhnti or a bright
wheiu there Is a chance for them to r .1 ... if They weiu all smiling
become something mure than mere men. , union ami children. Them was
beasts of burden,, low biowed tollers,' not a fiown or a suur look to bo seen,
without hopo or aspirations. (This day, when they laud on strange
And thu children! Their niiiiibcr.Eoll to becomu clluens of a new coun
seemed endless, JThey swurtued ev
eiywhero brown-sklnncd little chaps
of both sexes, marly of them uluiost In
thu garb that nntuVfl gau them. With
big, ioiiiiiI ues they gaied luqntsltlvo
ly at the uniformed quarantine and
customs officials iwho came alio ltd.
tepresentatlves oljluit tiovernment of
which the Ilttlo Hoover aru ,u hcconu
citizens. It seoiful rather hard to
luallzu that tlio-'lrii Byeurold peer
ing down through' the rolling, clad only
In a Jacket that came almost lo his
wnlst, may somu day represent the
people of Hawaii In the Legislature,
And thu other Ilttlo chap over there,
whose single garment looked like an
If somu Portuguese vlllugo had been abbreviated Hour-sack with n umplu
try, Is the great day of their lives, and
a happy day for them.
They are u healthy-appearing lot.
Although the steamer bus nut yet
tome out of quarantine. It is known
that there Is no epidemic or conta.
glosu disease aboard, despite the fact
that for a long month more than 1300
people have mado the crowded steam
er their home.
At. tho tlnio this is, being written
nothing Is known of tho long voyage,
as Deputy Collector Stackable, with
tils customary urbanity and friendship
for the press, refuses to allow any rep
resentatives of the newspapers aboard
ult hough he did not retuse anyone else
(Continued on Page 2)
Brown Makes Gain Of
Five Votes In
Three More Precincts
LEADS HIS OPPONENT EASILY AND STILL GAINS
A. M. Ilrnwn gained five more vnleo of a precinct nnd tho two candidates
today In the recount of the Second were compelled to get additional men
Third and I'ourth Precincts of Hi- ,0 l,el' '" llie examination and tab
Kotiith District, in tho Second pre! lying of llio vote,
clnct he mado a gain of two, that niiin-l J"1ku llartwell took charge of thu
ber of laukea's ballots being thrown counting In tho Kotirth of the fourth
out. while his tally remained tho same with Senator Dickey, Julius Ascb,
lu the Third Precinct one ballot for Judge Clear and A. V. Oeur to do thu
each candidate was thrown out. leaving watching nnd counting. In the Second
the result the same. In the I'ourth of the Fourth, Justice Krear wag lu
Precinct three Iaukea ballots were charge and thu two candidates were
found to be bad while only one ! both present with J. J. Dunne and
Ilrown's wns rejected and In IhU pro- Judge Kdlngs to assist In tho exauil-
clnct It was evident that the Inspectors nation. In thu Third or the I'ourth, E.
had failed to count one ot brown's A. Douthltt and Jlmmlo Iloyd repru
otes or had made n mistake of some seated Drown, while II Mossmau and
kind. This gave Urowu a gain of three' J, l.lghtfout were present for Iaukea.
In this precinct. (justice Wilder wns lu charge.
Judge Rdlngs brought up a point I Thu count went on ery rapidly,
which has already been considered as (ach hullot us It was objected to being
settled nnd upon which he will proh- Utd aside, and when all three precincts
ablo basu his light In cute the recount wt.rl, completed the entire Hunch ruludr .
shows Ilrowu to huvu the advantage 'n8 admission or the exclusion oJ
He called tho attention ot the court to tm CUntusted votes,
the fntt that tho Inspectors had thrown I when tho court opened this morning
out ballots which showed that the voter chief Justice Krear madu a stateiucut
had marked more nnmes than there mt wh0 I)row vvoulil be ullowed to
weiu oillces to bo filled. In this cuse tnlroiluco u lno ,siiots lu his favor
tho Inspectors had tluown out the cn-whtch ha(1 bwn i0Ka.lly cast and the
lire ballot but Kinney held that lheylMlno .lrivego would bo accorded Ian
should have counted theso ballots ex-' he cmml wn( m,t o(ncta, t0.
cent where the candidates for Hit. olflce ,)Ut ,, ,g n Blt BU Iu.
lor which too muny names worn.... ii VIni,.,i thkt" If Ilrowu
marked, t l...i,i.,.,i t rt ilu mso wheru It was
that be might.
The attorneys for Sheriff Ilrown had
Whun thw CBt'ii away
th mlet) will piny and
whtn th family la out
j or aalavp th burslar
hnaan Inning. Why not
imaki aura by putting
your valuablaa In
Truat Co.. Ltd.
I , life
it founded upon b
eomlngneti to tho Individual, and at
long at a man't clothtt are well cut
and of good quality, they can be ald
to be In atyt . Extremes are always
dangerous and do not expreta style.
Style doet not mean one thing to
the man with meant and another thing
to the man with limited purte.
If you are figuring on a new ttyllth
tult, Itt ut thow you one of thcte
which btar the famout label of
Alfred Benjamin & Co,
MUNiW rOMT AM) HQTBIt T.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cat, Dec. 1. Di
nan hat been releated on ball.
Jerry Dinan has been n detective In
the San Kranclsco policu for years and
was made Chief of Police under Mayor
Schmltz. Ho was urrestcd yesterday
on a charge of perjury and of conspir
ing Willi Abe lltief In protect tho
houses of Ill-fame In San Kranclsco,
Indictments being brought In by thu
RUEF AND DINAN INDICTED
San KronclKro, Nov. SO. Ilnef ami
Dlniin hue been Indicted for itinsplr
ncy to protect the social evil. Dlnuii
bus been separately Indicted for per
Wall, Nichols Co., the Simla Claim
euiH)rlum, will bu open every evening
tomiuenciiig Monday. Thin Is done ho
every one can see the Ir luiiueiisj Chll I
Mob Bums Filipinos
There had been no objection up to'
the present time on this ground nnu I
Judge Geur stated that hu did not think
PRINCETON, Ky., Dee. 1. Two
ttemmeriet, alleged to belong to the
Tobacco Trutt, were burned here to
day by a mob of matked men. The
lott It ettlmated at $170,000.
NO FUL IN RENO
RENO, Nev., Dec. 1. Nevada It tuf.
fering from a fuel famine.
ARMY DEFEATS NAVY
(Awielatctl I 'Tit Scrctal Cable)
MANILA, P. I., Det 1. The con.
ttabutary turprlted thecamp of Pab
lo, the Pulajanet chief, on Samar, kill
Ing eleven and wounding nine. Pablo
etcaped, but hit wife and daughter
1 I. ..!..- Im .li.nlllln. ttlflt tllLV
It was n proper tlmo to mako such an,"" """"' "".,'".. ".;,., ,t ,.,.
obiectlon. Chief Justice Krear stated lw'"" ' " "."".
that he had talked tho matter over and
that he had told Mr. Kinney to keep n
iiiunt of the ballots which hud been
thrown out for this reason lu each
precinct und that thu question would
he settled on Its merits utter nil the
ballots hud been (limited.
The Court was adjourned ut 1:25 to
meet Monday morning nt 10 o'clock
when the count ot tho Seventh, Klghtn
and Tenth Precincts of thu Fourth Dis
trict will he taken up,
Krom the present Indications Ilrown
will surely finish far ahead In the re
count nnd unless tho objection brought
up by Kinney Is allowed by tho Court
there Is little doubt us to the retail
This matter has been one which bus
been fought over In the courts a num
ber of times nnd has been ruled against
In this Territory In California courts
It was held that In caso a man voted tor
more candidates than there were offices
It nvalldated his entire ballot.
Tho court commenced on thu re
count of all tho precincts this morning
nun Ann phi A Pi. np. 1 The
football game between Wett Point and!wnlK"' aM n l,l,lowH'
Annapolis resulted In the following
score: At my, lu. Navy, 0,
A real Christmas Carnival begins on
Monday at Sachs', Kvery department
t..,,i ft, II ,. ,idir,tl ami tinval tinllilav
hints. Special prices will prevail on " -cto.m.ico wi.u tnu uecision mauo
Mlkn and satins, Knickerbocker shirt tt8t night when the count showed
i If ff its' n t ft ti a f tern ltniAn nhnn.l T !
nunti iu ut inu utt,o uii(.ui( ui lull
j, The PRUDENTIAL Hood first
among the companies operating ex
clusively In the United Statet In the
amount of Inturance gained in Itt "Or.
dlnary" department alone, Thlt it a
practical exprettlon of the inturlng
publlc't approval of Prudential man
agtment and of Its confidence In the
W HI, ilwlul'i
LONDON, England, Dec. 1. The
birthday of Queen Alexandra was celebrated.
REOPEN MONGOLIA CASE
San Kruuelsto. Sn. 30. KilperilslUK
Ilispecliii- lleriiilURliiiin will leopeii the
Mongolia lujuli) lo take further les-lliuouy.
tjar-MFor Rent" card en Mil at
lh Bulletin afflta.
kea. In order that matters might bo
hurried along as rapidly as possible,
each of the three Justices took charge
Leave Your Orders In Time
"Alameda" Dec. 5th.
ANOTHER RUSSIAN RIOT
VeteiolT, Nov SO. Agrarian J-Jols
rue Inking phne here. A ,i'Oiiiiuuiinl
granary has been looted. The polio
Hied on the mob. killing and wouiulliu
Dr. Itownti filed u still for $10,000
damages ugulnsi ihu Milium! coiup.ni I
today. Ills case m exactly similar to I
that of James 1C Kullortoii, who mull
for Ihu sumo amount n few days ago
lor being put ult u nalii The two were'
out shooting ut the limn. i
A Oun Met. I Calf Dal for man't
fall and winter wear, Medium point
ed toe, Cuban heel, Dlucher cut, tin'
Ijle extentlon toll, A us01' h'r
A heavy-built dark MutiUn calf,
Uluchsr Hal, Solid oak double ex.
tenilon tola, A lony wtarer, Jutl
li ihoe lor winter
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd
1051 Tori Slrl 'Phone Main 282
thu work was commenced at once. (v
8i:CONI) OK TUB KOWtTII. J-M
Otllilal. Uecotint. by Court. Jm
Iaukea 1C0 15S 2 ."Jgfc
Ilrown m 111 '
llhink !. xm
Hejected by Inspectors 21. -W&
Tiiiiti) ok thk roniiTii. , -m
Hejected , ;'; H
t Ollklal. lteeoiiiit. by Court. -!wM
Iaukea Hi 111 1 ' m
Urowu U'G 125 1 '-M
llhiuk I. .M
Hejected by Inspectors 1. ZW
KOUUTII OK TUB KOUItTH. -tWi
Olllclal. Kecount. by Court. fH
Ilujecteit . jM
Iaukea IM 14U 3 "IWti
Drown Ill 111 1 ,H
lllunk B. f'H
Hejected by Inspectors.;. "'fflK
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