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Vol. X"VIII No 3555
HONOLULU. TKURITORI OP HAWAII. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4 1900
Paioa 5 (Junta
2a. - '
BROWN ONCE MORE TAKES
Gain of Six Votes In
COUNT WILL BE FINISHED TH IS AFTERNOON
Tho results of the recount this morn
ing hIiow that llruwn gnlneil fix volefl
over lila opponent, which places III in
one In the lead In the. contest. When
the casting out of tlio ballots com
menced this morning It looked nt flr.it
an If luukcii was going to keep easily
iihond of hla opponent. He hail n lend
of live votes to start In with (not six
uh reported In Urn morning paper) ancf
Iho preclnclH which wciu being tount
ed went thought lo be mora likely to
give him better Jesuits than they would
Drown. Hut the, surmise proved wrong.
In the Tenth precinct of (lie Fourth
District the uto was found to ho cor
net 111 the First of the Fifth both
candidates loit one vote, making no
change In the lead. In the Second ot
the Fifth the court throw out two
Drown ballots and only 0110 for Ian
kea, but the court counted onu ballot
for Drown which tho Inspectors had
lulled to aee, which evened matters up.
In the Third I'reclnct only one bal
lot was thrown out for Drown while
two of laukea's were cast nslde. The
1011ft uUo found one more ballot for,
inch candidate than had. been counted !
by the Inspectors. This madb a gain j
of one for Drown and cut down Ills op
ponent's lead to four.
Tho Sixth ot the Fifth threw matter
back again forHnmnnaho lost one
by rejection by tho court mid also the
' court failed to flnil'one which had been
counted for him. Tilts Increased lull
kea's lead to six.
In the Eighth of the -Fifth camo the
big surprise. It had been,cxpected that
Drown would gain one or two votes
here but tho actual gain 'of six. whicu
ho made, tying the 'contest was mi
looked for. In this precinct tint court
threw out six laukea ballots nnd two
for Drown, miking a gain from this
nource of fortr votes. They apparent
ly found four Drown votes which the
Inspectors had not paid uny intention
to. The oniclul votu' In this precinct
stood: Drown TO, und laukea VIZ, hut
when tho recount vote was announced
It stood: Drown 78; laukea U'J, a net
goln for Drown of six.
The Ninth of tho Fifth gnvo lis lit
tle asslstnnco to the SlierlfT as only
0110 of his votes was thrown out by the
Whn the cut away
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whon that family la out
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court while two of (he ballots for his
opponent met with tho tmmo fate. This
placed him ono In tho lead. Tho court
was adjourned, at 12:30 and met at
1:30, when tho count of tho remaining
precincts of the Fifth District was
commenced. Tho entlro work of re
counting will probably be llnlshed to
day The following tables show tho olll
ilal count and the recount vote of the
preclnclH which wero counted this
TKNTII OF FOUUTH.
Olllc'l. Kecount. by liisptrs.
Olllc'l. Itecouut. by lusplis
Drown 83 82
Inukeu f.X C"
Dlank 4 11
Dejected by court Drown 1, Ian
(Continued on Page 8.)
(Aftclaltd 1'rtn Special Cat It)
CLIFTON, Ariz., Dee. 4. Through
tho breaking of an Irrigation dam here
eight Uvea have been lost.
CHARLESTON THE FLAGSHIP
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Dec. 4.
The cruller Charleston has been se
lected by Admiral Swlneburne as hla
WEYLER IN CABINET
(Attoilatttl I'rtit Special Co Met
MADRID, Spain, Dec. 4. Gen. Way.
lar haa been appointed Minister of
Z!ON CITY ABANDONED
Chicago, Dec. 3. Zlou City is to be
abandoned by the Dowleltes.
MEXICAN PUBLICIST DEAD
I Hexlco City, Dec. 3. General MejlJ,
the well known Mexican publicist. Is
The Weekly Edition of too Evening
Bulletin giver a complete auramary of
tnw news or ma aax For gl a year.
is founded upon be
comingness to the individual, and aa
long aa a man'a clothea are well cut
and of good quality, they can ba aald
to be In atyle, Extremes are always
dangeroua and do not expresa atyle.
Style doea 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 stylish
suit, let ua show you one of these
which bear the famoua label of
Alfred Benjamin & Co,
MASH CO., LTD,
TBU, MAIN 36.
CQHNVr) POUT NP HOTEL 0TB,
Charge Against Peacock
1IUL OF 01HERS
AKRfcSIED IS POSTPONED
HEADS OF FIRMS BROUGHT INTO
COURT ON WARRANTS IS
SUED AGAINST COR
PORATIONS An error In the manner of making
nut and serving tho warrant against
W. C. Peacock & Co., charging that
firm with selling adulterated liquor re
sulted In tho dismissal of tho chargo
against tho head of I lie firm, V. C.
l'eacoclt, In Police Court this morning.
Attorneys Dreckons and Ashford rep
resented tho defense in tho cascH
against Peacock, Chu Hut llln and
When Clio Hut Hln's case was call
ed Ashford Immediately moved that
the defendant bo discharged from cus.
tody on tho ground thero was no war
rani against mm. Tno warrant on
which ho was arrested was sworn out
against tho Wing Chung Lun Co., and
the attorneys for' the defense claimed
that tho urrtniofone or-the supposed
members of the firm was Illegal.
"There Is no charge against this man,"
said Ashford, and he Is not here by
duu process of law. Wo demand thai
ho bo released.
Andradu opposed tho motion on tho
ground that Clio Hut llln was not yet
charged before the court. Judge Whit
ney continued tho case until tomor-
In tho coho against W. C. Peacock
the 'same arguments wero advanced.
but with better Biiccess for the de
fense. Dreckons argued that Peacock
was Illegally arrested since tho war
rant was directed against tho corpora
tion ot which Peacock was supposed
to bo thu president. "Thero Is a wny
III which thu corporation may be
brought Into court on such a charge,"
ho aald. "but a single member of tho
firm cannot be tried for au offeuso
committed by the firm."
Andrado did not strongly oppose tho
motion for dismissal In this case, hav
ing apparently come to tho conclusion
that nothing could be gained by trying
the case In Its present form. It Iff
probable that new warrants, not open
to the same objections, will be Issued.
Harry Juen and Joo Clark did not
have tho same excuse, of being only
co-partners In a firm, and will prol
ably have to stand trial. Doth asked
ror a continuance in oruer 10 ouiain
counsel, and their cases wero contin
ued. Clark's case was set for Decern-j
Ler 18 and Juen's for the 12th.
Sing Loy, charged with thu samo of
fense, was also represented by Dreck
ons and Ashford, who entered a plea
of not guilty and demanded Immediate
trial. Andrado objected 011 tho ground
that the prosecution was not ready,
anil Judge Whitney set the case for
J, J. Morch, attor several cutitliiu
(Continued on Page 2)
(, The PRUDENTIAL atood first
among the companies optrating ex
clusively In the United Statta In the
amount of Insurance galntd In Ita "Or.
dlnary" department alone. This Is a
practical axprtstlon of the Insuring
public's approval of Prudsntlal man
agtmtnt and of Its confidence In the
12. M Watson, nttorney for W, II
Cornwell, tho defeated Democratic
candidate for County Supervisor at
Walltiku on Maul, filed n petition with
thu Supreme Court this morning, ask'
Ing for n recount of tho votes. Tho
official votu showed that Cornwell had
been deleated by flvu vote but be sclx
forth in the petition that the returns
weio "false, fraudulent and untrue"
and that nt tho Puuneiic si hool bouse j
precinct tliero were more man eiglil
ballols counted for his opponent on
which tliero wero more names voted
for than thero were offices to he Oiled.
He says also that In thu other three
precincts of tho district there wero
.,,..,. 11, n.. .,i ...... .ni.. ,nu, t..r Li...
UUI (J ( 11(1 It llVltll Utl- D Uflt, 1(11 linn,
which wero thrown out for that ory
nii,e- ,,,,! fr li.., ..n,,i,.t nrn
thu counted ballots marked ho that
they might bo Identified nnd tho
same general grounds which were nl
legeil lu tho Drown petition for a re
count ngalnst luukea.
(Attmclattd I'lin ilul r?allJ
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dee. 4.
President Roosevelt's message to Con
gress has been presented. He express
es hla displeasure In regard to the
proposition to naturalize the Japanese,
A resolution was Introduced In the
Senate by 8enator Raynor that it la
tho aense of that body that the public
cchoola In the varioua States are out
aide of the Federal Jurisdiction and
that there Is no provision In the treaty
with Japan which will allow Interfer
ence with California legislation.
(Awi-tatid frttt pfla Cable)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 4 Terry
McGovern is under observation by the
police. It la suspected that he Is In
sane, TO PLANT TORPEDOES
Mttocfolcil J'r BpteM Coil!)
WASHINGTON, 0. C, Dec. 4 Con
gressman Kahn of San Francisco has
asked for an appropriation of $150,000.
for the conatruction of a boat with
which torpeaotii can bo'planted in the
San Francisco harbor In case of war.
NEGROES CAN RE-ENLIST
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 4. A
bill haa been Introduced In Congress
by Congressman Slayton, allowing the
negro soldiers who were discharged by
tho Presldent'a order to ro-enllit,
CITY M&Y OET
Several Business MenAre
YOUNG DECLINED OFFEI
TO BUY HIS CONCEIN
WILL DO ONLY A REPAIR AND
AGENCY BU8INE8S IN HORSE
LESS VEHICLES BUT NOT
A movement is on foot to start a new
guruge. Tho only business of this kind
now In operation Is that belonging to
Alexander Young, but It Is thought that
the large number of automobiles In the
city will Justify the establishing or n
rival cunccru. It has not been aulto
- - -
settled as yet. whether tho proposition
will ho carried through, but tho matter
I being looked up carefully, nnd It Is
expected that In the near future,
definite decision will be made,
One of those who have the matter
In hand, stated this morning that no
definite arrangements had been made
nss yet, but admitted that the proposi
tion nau been taken up.
"Wo wiU, If wo decide to enter Into
tho business at all, merely take up the
repair -nnd agency
said. "We will not do anf
livery work, as we do n0'
think It pays. It you do livery busi
ness with cheap machines, you fe
continually having troublo with thCl'u,
und If you tiso expensive curs, you tie
up too much capital.
"We proposed at first to buy out the
Alexander Young garage, but Young
would not sell. Ho would not even
give us u llgure, He said that he be
lieved that he must run tho garage lu
lonnectlou v.'Sth the Young Hotel.
"Wo will, It wo go intu ...j bustneis,
begin with n rented building for uur
. . . ... .., 1
garage. Wo have at present In view
tho Slock Yards building and another.
"The entire proposition Is still un
settled, and the negotiations regarding
It are still pending. However, thore
aro now over n hundred niuculne In
this city, and wu bellovo that thero
would bo sufficient business for a new
concern, If It wero started."
The Dulletln's Informant .would
. ' iuvi'uii. jta uicir.imniiUKC wun iiruviu
not glvu out the names 1 of thosej fori c , he tech.
who are associated with him In the ucay c()rrect , gaynB thcnj wefe
. 1 . . .. . , if . .
feel Justllled In doing so ut the present
CORBETT VS. M'QOVERN
Daltlmoro, Dec. 3.-Corba(t atiq.Mc
Couth have signed articles for tt coif
test here on January 31.
the Bulletin office
carat an Mbj at
saaaW- 7 v '' .
Haw' VmRHeW '
A Gun Mstal Calf Bat for rnn's
fall and wlntsr wr, Midlunt point,
td lot, Cuban heal, Bluchar cut, tin
oli sxttnilon sola, A good flltr.
HELD UP BY COMMISSIONER SARGENT
Tbo Suverlc, which was lo sail fof
the Coast at 7 o'clock this morning,
was held up by United States Immi
gration Commissioner Sargent for In-
VC..KU..U.. ' '"" """ ""-'turbance and threatening to set fire
nected 1 with tho bringing from Madeira , 10 ,,, A fpw of , dIaKriI1IIull
and the Azores of the Immigrants, finally left, IMHJS
Ono of tho immigration official! stated . T1ll ,,, . ,,., ,, tint itl t iTT
this morning that Commissioner Sar.l(lrl)am,0 wag (nnaf( h (0 ,,
gout had summoned Captain Shotlon Krnntl, fr()m , Mailcruili w,, cam
10 appear uoiurc nun uuu woium ...o
presence of thu thirty-sown stowa-
ways which the other ships officer
suite wore aboard. I
Commissioner Sargent had heard
nothing about any stowaways until
yesterday when he was Informed by
a Dullctln reporter thnt there was said
to be thirty-seven brought by tho 3n
verlc. He Immediately stated that ba
would Investigate thu matter, and this
was supposed to bo the reason thu Su
verlc was not allowed to sail.
Captain Hhotton, however, denies
that- the Investigation was Into tl.c
matter of tho stowaways. Ho denies,
also, that ho had any stowaways, liv
ery passenger brought by the Suverlc,
be Bays, was manllusted. Which may
oe true eOjOUgn at)t yoinqi Do a real
lllamnnl'nf thn lni.li In fl.it naoil
. ..-......... w. ,uv ........ ... ..... v.
binls4Rs,'.h,8ircral of the other officers of lblht. exception of ' unp,.;mn 'Who Is
nip iB inai a iiumuer 01 me pa
enters brought left without passports, J wm)m ,t niay ho ccMMrr. to kend
which the Portuguese Gqvernment re- tack In tho Suverlc. Itu haa been tak
quires them to have. 8omo of tho 0 over to bo examined by tho quaran
men sailed surreptitiously to avoid tnu ,toctors, and his disposition is de
laving to servo their terms In thu ar- pendent upon their Judgment. Mr
my. Most of them, say tho officers, Sargent has given thu fluvurlc per
climbed aboard tho steamer at night, mission to sail at 4 o'clock, by whin,
comliig up the chains. So many of ti,0 n,n ri.Bt 0f ()U Investigation
thenwwero Ilium who attempted lo lo tlu cnil0 of tliln man will !.
board tho ship Injlila manner that at known. If It is decldell to deport him.
Bt. Michaels It was necessary lo sta-i,0 w be shipped as ono of the ships
Hon a gua; ' all around the rail to crew, as the. cheapest way of taking
Keep tneni . . as It was, many or
them succe ictl In getting aboard. Tho I
women who lad no passports mauaged
to get aboard by coming lu with other
families, and In tho confusion they es
It wan not to escape paying their
passage that any of them slowed away,
s that was provided by tho Planters'
Association but because of Inability lo
obtain leavu from their Government to
.1 . .. ........ ..
-.i"0 towawaya aboard, and yet not li
giving a correct Impression. Several
of the officers under him emphatically t " f ""gg-
state that thero wero stowaways on
tho Suverlc who camo as Immigrants, LQSt wIlflllCG
, Captain Shotton states that tho lu-
qulry this morning at which his prcs- before Christmas to send crate choice
encu Was required by Commissioner Pineapplea or bunch Selected Bananas
Satgcnt was partly Into tho treatment to the Coast, SONOMA, DEC, 11.
of thu Immigrants during the voyage
There have been some complaints that LEAVE ORDER AT WELL8-FARCO.
SSWSMWBIUIUJ1-8B mil 14 .1 j I - -! I Jj
they wero not well Inken enro of or
well fed, and it Is known that thero
was trouble on tho steamer before
thu left tho Madeiras, some of thote
who had comu aboard creating a din-
aboar,, ,aHt nnj ,ia, ot , ai.cllgtom.
t.j n.e,,,,,,,.,, , ,,, lloa of ,,.a,If
thpr ,....,. ...,. ,,,... ,.,.,,,
, -, P ,,. , .Mll ,,, .,, r
ranrd by the men from tho Azores,
wh(J ,,rvo lhl,w away from , ,iay
nnd htlw Uo, ,, thu ufl rar, ,
. vessel. The tionble ril.l not laxl
lung nnd there' was llttlo complaint of.
ter tho vessel 'had sailed.
This luutler.was tnken up by Com
missioner Sargent this morning, nnd
Captain Shotlon slates that the Com
missioner expressed himself nr satis
fied that I here -was no ground for coin
pl.lnt. Theio were also some special rases
to bo Investigated. Immigrants who
.might not bo 'able
to take care of
li'. - .... .. t . ....
iqti mm nil inese wero nasseti wnn
jhourlit to be of unsound mind and
MEXICANS ILL-TREAT JAPANESE
El Paso. Texas, Dee. 3. Three hun
dred Japanese have crossed tho lino
hero from Mexico. They claim that
they were lured Into Mexico by prom
ises und were llltrtuitcd whllo there.
HOLDS THE LID
Teheran. Dec. 3. Allmlrza. the
Crown Prince, has assumed the regem y
of Persia during the Illness of his
father, the Shah.
A haavy.bullt dark Russian calf.
Dluchtr Bal, Solid ojk doubl tx
tension sole, A long waarar, Just
the alios for wlnlir
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.
1051 Port Street 'Phoni M!n 282
Vorl Rl. Uwolulu
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