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BULL E TINWAIK-AI&-
VOL. X. HO. 4161.
8 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY) NOVEMBER fl, 1908. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
May Contest Election
Of Fern By Arresting
Democrats For Perjory
"We may yet be able to contest tho asked to express himself more oxplic
election 'of Joo Fern for Mnyor, and Itly. 'Wo have been looking over the
place Lane there Instead." 'N llist'of registered voters, and we haye
This stntcmont was made, this found so far that seven men, who
morning by one of the Republican oie known to be Dcmocrnts, perjured
leaders, who believes that he may .themselves before tho Hoard ot Rcg
hnvo found a way to wrest the vie- Istrntlon, by stating that there was
tory from tho Democrats by showing no disqualification operating against
that tha majority obtained by Fern them", when, as a matter of fact, the
wan gained by unfair means, nl- had lost their civil rights and had
though this does not necessarily Im- never had them restored,
ply that Fern or the Democratic pnr-l "We aro still working on the mat
ty managers were aware of this fact, ter, and It we can dud but two moro
"Theie may he seven warrants out
ngalnst Democrats tomorrow on
charges of perjury, and nil against
Democrats," said tho leuder, when
SATO MISTAKEN FORILOCAL STEAMSHIP
BURGLAR AND SHOT
Break In Door,and Gets
v T. Sato, n Japanese was lhl
morning1 shot by n fellow-country
man on Vineyard street, und owes till
llfu only to the poor aim ot tho man S. Inspector of Steam Vossels, has It
who shot him. As far -as can bo at his fingers' tips. All data arc be
learned the shooting was the result lug collected and gotten Into tabu-
of a mistake, and It Is possible that
no charge will be made against tho,
mnn who did the shooting. I tlon, and commander of any vessel
As far as the police have been ablo can bo ascertained. .
to learn, Sato last night drank mora I Though but recently established,
than lie imtld qulto comfortably iar-.the local Inspector's office Is already
y. At about 4 o'clock this morning ! on n working basis and Inspections
ho remembered hearing that tho mini are being mado Just as fast as the In
in charge of an employment offlco on spectors and the ship-owners can ar
Vincyard street had wanted to seo range for them. '
him, aud with all the Impetuosity ot Ow'lng to'the fact that nearly all
ii diunken man ho determined to call of tho craft In use In the Islands are
on Mils man Immediately, In spite of .kept In commission constantly, Capt.
tho early hour. , lllowe is endeavoring to make his in-
Sato found the Inhabitants of tho snectlons at such times as shall not
house asleep and tho door locked. Ho
broke In the door, and right then tho '
Shlkatn,. who ruriB a billiard par
lor, was In the house, and was awak
ened by tho noise. Ho called to tlia
Intiuder, asking him what ho want
imI. Sato replied that he had 'come to
looR for him, and the billiard roan,
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The Kash Co.
Muillur eases, and curt prove that
they voted for Joo Forn, theu La no
will huvo the election by one vote,
which Is nllMliut W necessary."
Vessels Being Looked
' Over As fiapldly
Is there any Information required
regarding some steamship plying out
of any Island port Capt, Howe, U.
form so that, at an instant's
thn .InnnniFn rnnnrltv. rnnill-
Interfere with tho regular trips of
the ships. Holidays are therefore
disregarded where necessary and the
Inspectors are doing their work when
Tho first local vessel to be Inspect
ed was the tug Intrepid. On election
day the inspectors made their visit
aboard her. She was found to be In
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: Prdblems:Opcuy '
" r His Thoughts. ;. .
Eddie tfcuthUti who wns elected
n. Representative last Tuesday, Is al-1
ready figuring on measures which he
will bring up, tit thfc next session ot
the Legislature, showing) ttle .wisdom
of electing to tho House men whose
legal training 'and working, habits lit
them fSr ,'lcgislatlvu functions;
."One thing which I will-work for
IB tne introducing or a Liu topra
vent tho erection of labor 'camps "anil
tenements Buch as rare being con
structed 'In the Mnkikt district, tp
day," said- Douthltt this afternoon.
"Property values In that neighbor
hood' have depreciated and the mor
als of the young are In danger on
that account, and It Is clear that the
Legislature should do something lu
tho matter. I am not nt present able
to state Just what form such legisla
tion should take, but I Intend to
work on the matter,.
"Another thing which I am In fa
vor of, 'Is the pawing otjan amend
ment to tHo Mulefival1Act on tho'
subject of Mayor;' The clause 'which
provide.- that the Mayor cannot en
gage In any other calling or profes
sion, .during his term, la -yeryf -poor
one, and It prevents many good men
from-seeking that office. Further
more,-! feel that the-office of Mayor
Is a- post of honor, and no salary Is
necessary. I feel sure that good men
woufd 'seek It for tho honor alone."
The following aro tho official fig
ures of the election rcturnt., as com
piled' by Chief Clerk Coukllng:
II. T. Mooro 2239
Judge Robinson's Court:
Judge Llndsay'g Court:.
Hall v. Chlng Tam Shee; 9:3(1.
Judgo Do Bolt's Court:
Judgo Dolo's Court:
Argument of Instructions In Wynno
IN THE CITY
' phone so:
A company of responsible
men who are experts in law,
real estate value and invest
ments; who are answerable to
the law and, subject to rega
lar official examination, or
An individual i who, through
absence, death, inability, or
dishonesty, may entirely fail
to properly administer your
Which would YOU choose ?
923 FORT 'ST.
' : ; tifeer
After having been buffettod by wind
arid wavo and tossed about like a
chip on tho ocean, the cruise Charles
ton reached port this morning, eleven
days out, from llrenierton. Wash. Tbo
shin waa duo here on the 4th, but In-
clement weather made It! impossible
to keep to schedule. i ,
From tho Units the Charleston left
Drometon, It, seemed as though tho
elements were'tdklng fiendish delight
In throwing every obstaclo In her
way. Tho' night of October 2G, ,a
heavy fog made It impossible to1 con
tinue onward In safety and the snip
was, forced to anchor for the. night. t
On tho morning of the 27th, the
weather cleared (.sufficiently to allow
tho cruiser to proceed, but a fo'w
hours later heavy weather waa 'en
countered. From tho 27th on the ship parsed
frtm affirm Intn affirm Af tlmati nl.
most a hurricane, was blowing and it
was.' almost Impossible to 'make any
headway, un two occasions it was
thought that the iShlp would have to
put out of her course, aud ride out
the storm, but aho managed to con
tinue on her wai . '
Tho Journey wasa most uncomfor
table' orib for .every one on board' ind-
when the cruisor tied up at the naval
wharf at. 10 o'clock this morning thore
waa not an officer nor" man on board
but was glad that tho trying trip was
at an end..
The Charleston Is a protected
cruiser ot 9C00 tons burden' and car
ries an armament of fourteen guns, in
her main battery Sho is commanded
by Corbmandor II. S. Knapp".-
Ah soon as the ship- reached' the
dock today she began preparations for
taking on coal.
"On the whole I think tho Republi
can party should feel pleased with the
results of the election," statod Gov
ernor Frear. "In some cases the re
sults were disappointing, while In oth
ers defeat tas naturally to bo expect
ed. Vhe election of tho Dolcgato to
Congress and of a Republican major
ity In the Legislature, both House and
Senate. Is very pleasing.
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FREAR, NEWELL AND
KUHIO TO DEPART
Amendment to Hawaii's
Land Laws Will
It will bo a notable party that will
leave cither on the Mongolln on tho
Hth or tho transport Crook on the
16th for the States, for It Is probable
that Governor Frcur, Director Newell,
and Delegate Kuhlo Kalonlanaole will
all travel' on the same stenmer, Oov-
feritor Frear and Mr. Newell will, at
alt events, bo In Washington togettier,
and take up a great many matters ol
Interest to the Territory.
Kuhlo wll have a new work on his
hands this session. At the last Con
gress Pearl Harbor occupied the great
er part of his time and attention, this
year .an amendment to the land laws
ot Hawaii will probably be tho chief
matter before him. Tho Laud Advis
ory Board, "appointed by Governor
Frear, Is expected to make a report
soon, and an amendment to the pres
ent laws affecting land, hero will bo
Kalanlabaole will ao attend to tho
matter of chango In the Immigration
regulations here. This Is tentative
it yet,. however, and may be handled
by the local Legislature.
Tho cruise of the Hawaii Yacht
Club to Wnlariao has been called off.
Owing to the Inability of all or tho
yacht-owners to take part, It has been
found necessary to postpono tho' bruise
The last of tho official , returns,
those from tho 'Fourth Precinct of
the Fifth District. Kohuku, were re
ceived this morning by County Clerk
Kulauokalont. They do not alter the
result of the election, except In the
case ot Auditor Dlcknell, who Is found
to have received 73 votes In that pre
cinct Instead of 23, which was the
number ho was credited with In tho
returns first received by telephone,
tho error being apparently duo to tho
similar sound of tho numbers twenty
and soventy. Jimmy .,1a .therefore CO
votes ahead of the number which ho
has heretofore been given, but ho did
not need them.
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days, safely and permanently.
Delivered anywhere en election night
as soon as received.
Refined Sugar Takes
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y., Nov. 0. A reduction of 20 cents per 100
pounds in the price of refined sugar has been made in the local market.
The price of refined sugar has been jr. 40 per 100 pounds Tho diop
In price brings It down to $5 20, a Very niateilal reduction.
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Missouri Is Safe
For Will. H. Taft
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 0. Taft has carried Missouri by 4235.
Nebraska has gone for Bryan by 45,000.
m i i i
One Electoral Vote
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 0. Late returns show that Maryland
has given Taft one electoral vote.
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Toga For Roosevelt
At End of His Term?
WASHINGTON. T) fl. Vnv R PrmMt nnn..n.u ;. i..! i.
en of here as a possible Senator from
u, mm iciui iu we vvuiic "ouac.
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J3IXTY EARTHQUAKES DAILY AT PLAUEN
PLAITEN. Saxonv. Nov. A An owrou nt mnm tka. .:. -it.
qnakes daily have been experienced
severest of the series occurred today.
FIFTEEN YEARS P0R CONVICTED BANKER , '.
NEW YORK. N. V Vnv fl PV- W. ..,. tu. ' i '
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tenced to serve fifteen years in State's pnson. Sentence was suspended
Im 4h mi. nf H..w4!a x
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uctuuu nciuucr Aicnuncacs inu morning.
TESTIMONY BEGINS IN RUEF TRIAL
'SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov.
Ruef trial has begun.
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