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China Nov. 9
For Ban Francisco:
Aula . . . .' Nov. 6
Aorangl Nov. 14
Moana Nov. 11
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PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOL. X. NO. 4162.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII,. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1908. 12 PAGES.
COMPANY A TRUST
rsu If yon are a' work-hunter -m
ELECTION RETURNS ARRIVE FROM HAWAII
Dr. Hayes Says Thai
Trachoma Is Curable
Notwithstanding the fact that nu
merous criticisms havo been made
iiKaltibt Dr. I In) ex. the new Govern
lnent phjslclun, the slightest Inves
tigation til show that theso nre, in
the main, unwarranted. Dr. Hayes
Iiiib undertaken u stupendous work In
his examination ot every pupil in ev
ery school here, and It is one that has
to he ifono at the beginning of every
year. The greatest trouble has been
this year, ns alwa)s before, with pu
pils suffering from eye diseases, and
n new phase of the trouble has arisen
In tli? fart that the doctors have dls
ngieed In the diagnosis of sonic or
the cases. '
203 Trachoma Cases
Dr. Hayes examined a total of 10S4
pupils in seven schools during the
month of October, a ml out of this
number ho found 203 cases of tra
choma. This necessitated those who
had the dlscaso to remain away from
nliool, ami naturally there was soma
trltlvlum. Private physicians gave
'USER GIVEN TILL
20 I H TO ANSWER
Stipulations Are Filed
In Circuit Court
Waller 0. Smith, editor of the Ad
vertiser, and the Hawaiian Oazctte
Company luivo been nllowed until the
20th ot this month to file their an
swer to all the libel suits brought
against them by County Attorney
John V. Cuthcart.
Stipulations were filed in the Cir
cuit Couit this morning, signed by
the attorneys for both parties, agree
ing to this. A. O. M. Robertson will
leprcscnt Cnthcart In his libel suits,
whllo tho defense will be represented
by tho firm of Kinney, Marx, Prossei,
and Anderson, There were four stip
ulations covering four ot the five
cases filed today. The fifth case is
tho last suit brought by Cathcart,
and no stipulation was needed for it,
ns the 20th is the last day on which
an nnswer to it can bo filed.
Tho argument on tho instructions
to tho Jury In the Wynne case was
continued before Judge Dole this
Chas. S. Davis, son of Gcorgo A.
Davis, entered Cornell University
without conditions and has entered
for the Freshman ciow.
Wilson Bros., Cluett, Star
The THREE LEADERS among men of fashion in dress,
Your size is heie in any style and pattern a Shirt that
will last well and ioolc well every day it lasts.
Se them in our windows. '
ceitlflcates ot health to pupils who
are alleged to have been at that time
ecelvlng treatment nt the freo dis
pensary for trachoma. Under the
law, the Government physician can
not cxcludo from school thoso who
have health certificates from private
physicians, and this has been a han
dicap In tho way ot Dr. Hayes.
Trachoma Can Be Cured
"Trachoma is not n dlscaso that
can be cured by any ordlnory means,"
bald Dr. Hayes this morning. "It re
quires dally treatment for years, and
even then I would not guarantee a
cure, nut I do not consider It abso
lutely Incurable, although many au
thorities claim that it cannot bo cur
ed. I know that it must have steady
treatment, absolutely. It is a germ
disease, and understand -that a re
cent Congress of Eyo Specialists at
llerlln the germ was discovered.
Cure Takes Time
"A llttlo lad came into the dlspon-
(Continntd on Pa 4.)
ASIA IS CAUGHT IN
Heavy Winds Toss Ship
About In Lively
After an extremely stormy pas
sago from Yokohama, the steamer
Asia of tho O. & O. line, Cupt. Gauk
roger in command, tied up at the
Hackfeld wharf at 9 o'clock this
morning. Soon after leaylng the
Jnpaneso coast the Asia ran into a
storm, which later developed Into u
The staunch ship pitched about in
the sea In an alarming fashion and
for a timo it was practically Impos
sible for passengers to venture out
on the deck. It was not until tho
morning ot November 2 that tho ves
sel sailed out of tho hurricane, tho
vortex ot tho cyclone passing, appar
ently ,to northeast.
During tho worst At the storm, tho
Asia behaved admirably and the pas
sengers suffered ns little from the ef
fects ,ot tho experience as could havo
Tho Asia borught several passen
gers, a considerable quantity ot
freight, and some mall to this port.
Sho will Ball this evening at G o'clock
carrying mall and passengers to the
Uukea's Campaign So
Far Most Expensive
A number of candidates on tho
County ticket have, as Is required by
law, tiled statements of their election"
expenses with the County Cleric.
Curtis laukea leads the bunch so
far filed, his expenses reaching tho
handsomo totul ot $282.05. They
are distributed as follows:
llawn. (iazetto Co., circular
letters, P..C. A.. Kuokoa.,1 16.00
Hawn. Gazetto Co., 3000 cir
Nomination papers 25.00
Hawn. Gazette Co., halftone.. 2. GO
Hawn. Gazette Co., 300 circu
Hawn. Gazette Co., ad. Kuo-
Huwn. Gazette Co., ad. Kuo-
koa lti. 00
Postage .- 22.G0
O I.uso Pub. Co 30.00
Hawn. Gazette Co., nd. Kuo-
Hawn. aazette Co., 1000 Kuo-
Kckaullke Society," assistants
ut polls' 20.00
J. Mana, runners ' 20.00
Hawn! Gazette Co., 3500 cir
Jim Qulnn's expenses wcro also
pretty steep. They were as follows:
Nomination fee $ 25.00
Printing nnd advertising... 45.00
Personal expenses 175.00
The rest of the expense accounts
filed so far with the County Clerk
H. H, Plemer, Democratic cnndl
(ContJnedon Page 2)
NEWS FROM MID-OCEAN
COMES BY .WIRELESS
On Board Lurllnc,
Nov. 7, 1908.
One thousand miles out. All
well on board. Tho Republl- '
cans are celebrating the" vie-
The steamship China has
Captain Wccdon has won
the domino championship.
The first Pacific newspaper
with an account of the elec
tions has been published on
Meals served at all hours at the
New England Bakery. Hotel street.
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 regu
lar official examination, or
An individual who, through
absence, death, inability, or
dishonesty, may entirely fail
to properly administer your
Which would YOU choose I
923 FORT ST.
Tho results of tho election on Ha
waii, mo Given In the. Issue of Nov. G
of tho llllo Herald as follows.
Kalanlanaoie, j. K. tin ..
McCaiHlless, I,. U (D) ....
Notley, C. K. (Hit)
Andrews. C. (D)
Uakor, D. K., (till) .......
Brown. J. T. (ft)
Hewitt, O. C. (R) 478
Kahann. S. K. (Hit) 490
West. H. (D) 359
Kcolanul. W. .M. (Hit) 583
Pirn, 8. K. (R) 835
Kdtnomls, V. K. dill) ;ui
Kwallko. D. K., (D) 439
Kai, J. K. (R) 573
Magulre, C. K. (D) .
Iiwln.jl. (D) 703
Williams, C. (Hit)' t 587
County Treasurer .
Lulakea. T. K. (Hill G5G
Ryan, T. J. (D) ...1 254
Swain. C. H. (R)..l 574
Alfonso, G. F. (R)' 719
Furtado, S. D. (D) 505
Helela, S. D. (D) 298
Hewahowa. D. K. (Hit) 331
Kalllmal,. D. K. (It) 480
Kauahlpaula, W. N. (HR)' .... 275
Kcahlllhau, J., (Hit) 313
Koalawaa. M. K. (D) GJ7
Mahl. C. P. (Hit) 171
Moanaull. J. W. (It) ... 5C1
Nnhakutlua, W (II) 499
Puhl, D. (D) 333
Desha, S. I.. (R) I.... 387
Koakl, S. K. (D) 270
Lewis, J, D. (R) 35C
Malulanl, II. P. K., (I) 34
Manula. J. (Hit) 85
Paahao. J. K. (D) 249
Todd, W. A. (HID 167
JFornnndes, A, (It) 144
Nalellehua, T. N. (D) 74
Purdy, W. N.. (HID 105
Ilawelu, W. (HR) '. 73
Kaholo, 8. (D) G4
Lyman, N. K. (R) 1C8
Fetter, W. A, (R) 435
Mattoon. J. (R) 57
f Simmons, E. K. (D)' 60
Ovcrend, Ir. S. (ID 212
Papohaku, W. P. (HR) 113
llaaheo, 8. II. (Hit)
Koahou. IC. M. (D) 128
Kualholani, T. P. (R) C5
Halna. Sum (D) 107
(Continued on Pag S)
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nor. 6.
SUGAR: 86 degree Centrifugals, 3.92
BEETS: 88 analysis, 9s. 2 l-4d.
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SUP
PINS leave your order with
Maud Fruit Co;,
72 s. xmo.
Gold Tip Ideal Smoke
10 to Package 25 Cents.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO.,
Lot Ottos, Cal., PaeMc Coast Agents.
If not at dealers we will send by
mall to any address open receipt ef
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp fc Co.,
(LBWERS & 000KE BLDG.)
OF CHINESE GIRL
Unknown Stranger Takes
Her From Home On
Tho police are ut present busy try
ing to unravel the mystery ot an
elopement which was1 reported to
them this morning. The case Is a
weird one, involving some romantic
features, tho heroine being tho belle
of a Chlneso duck farm In tho Wal-
klki district, an almond-eyed beauty
of but fourteen years.
The mother of tho girl reported
the mutter to Chief ot Detectives Ka
laklela. Sho stated that lust night
she heard some man, whom she did
not see, converse In English with her
daughter, who attends tho public
schools nnd Is quite well educated.
The mother did not understand what
This morning, so tho old Chinese
woman said, a hack suddenly drove
up behind the back yard of tho
ranch, and the girl, without wasting
any time In leave-taking, climbed the
fence and jumped Into tho hack, In
which she was whisked away to
parts unknown before any .attempt
could be made' to prevent the elope
ment. " '
,8o'mo children .who saw the hack
ai'Pmnch clalmthut .tkeyjr.n Iden
tify the .driver, butbeyontl this noth
ing Is known, and,the'ldenTUy of the
man who enticed tho 'young lady to
leave her happy home Is still, shroud
ed In mystery. The mother ot tho
girl believes that he Is a Hawaiian.
A. L. Casllo, recently admitted to
practlco In tho courts In this Terri
tory, appeared beforo Judge Dole this
morning in his nrst case, mat or the
United Stutcs v. Fnkushlma, charged
with Illicit distilling. His client, how
ever, entc.rcd a plea of guilty on tho
second count, and Judgo Dolo gave
htm six months and u.flno nt $500,
The Judgo thanked Castle for bis
work In tho case.
Commander Harry S. Knapp ot the
U. S. S. Charleston called on Governor
Frear yesterday afternoon.
cure colds and grippe in a few
days, safely and permanently.
Delivered anywhere en election nJsrfil
as soon as received.
Phone 381 ,
Tobacco Is Trust
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y Nov. 7. The Circuit Court 1ms decided
that the American Tobacco Company is a Trust within the meaning of
the Sherman Anti-Trust law.
Death Calls Magnate
CHICAGO, 111., Nov. 7. William D. Cornish, president of the South
ern Pacific Railroad Company, was found dead in his bed here this morn
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y Nov.
scores for today:
Harvard 17, Carlisle Oj Princeton 0, Dartmouth 10; Yale 10, Brown
10; Annapolis 30, Villanova 6; West Point 6, Springfield Training
m i . i m
No Lake At Panama
WASHINGTON, D, C, Nov. 7. The report.that a subterranean lake
has been found under the lock site of the Panama Canal is denied here.
AUSTIAN CABINET OUT
VIENNA, Austria, Nov. 7. The Imperial Cabinet has resigned as the
result of the Bohemian dissensions.
BERNSDORF FOR WASHINGTON
BERLIN, Prussia, Nov. 7. Count von Bernsderf has been selected
as German Ambassador to Washington by Emperor William.
Expert Will Make Test
. For Location Next
Tho Wireless Telegraph Company
is about to establish a new station
on the Island of Hawaii. Though
the exact location has not been decid
ed upon, It is likely that tho city ot
llllo will be chosen, If It Is found that
a suitable placo can bo secured.
At present tho only utnflon on Ha-,
wall Is at l'ualio, ninety miles dis
tant from the city of llllo. This ne
cessitates sending messages by wire
to llllo at a considerable expenso ot
both time and money. As the lurg-
(Continued on Pace 8)
If you are going to wear white, you
will need a White Shoe, and we have
a dandy new one we know will please
WHITE BUCKSKIN with perforat
ed tip, made with medium narrow
toe. Blucher cut.
A HANDSOME, NOBBY SHOE.
Ask to see No. 520. Price $5.00.
7. Following were the football
Sessions Will Be Held
The annual meeting of tho Hawaii
an Sugar I'lunters' Association will .
take placo next week, nnd a number
of plantation malingers havo already
arrived from tho other Islands to
take part in this great event. llow
ocr, tho attendance will not be ns
gieat this year as in former yeats,
owing to tho fact that a number of
managers are absent from the Islun Jj
The meeting will be opened nt 10
o'clock next Monday morning, whon
(Continued on Page 2)
Shoe Co., Ltd.
PrS8 " 'AT
Fort and Hotel Sts.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
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