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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 1I MONDAY, KEb. 1C, 1909.
SATURDAY'S MAIL BRINGS IN MANY BALLOTS
WHITNEY fc MARSH
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
MISS MABEL WAIAHOLO REACH
ES FIRST PLACE IN DISTRICT
NO. 3 AND MARTHA YOS
AGAIN LEADS IN DIS
TRICT NO. 1.
MUx Martha Voss ugaln roaches tin
hi'iul with u heay uite. and Mis I)
In Nux U n close second Miss Mnrtoi
nml Minn Deterlll still retain thel
leaderships In Hawaii and Kanal Im
In Maul MU Mabel Walaholo made i
phenomenal Jump tn first iilaco
Standing of Contestants
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NAME APPEARS ON SAME.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Miss Martha Voss, emp. Sachs Co. . .Honolulu 105,918
Miss Sophie de la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu . .( 148,208
Miss Florence Winter Honolulu 147,441
Miss Lela Dinklaee Honolulu
Hiss Ida McKeague Aiea
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu
Hiss Nellie McLain Honolulu
Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu .
iliss Margarette Lum Honolulu ,
Hiss Madeline Dutra Honolulu
Hiss Mary Dias Honolulu
Hiss Amoy F6ok Tai Honolulu .
Vliss A. Todd Rodanet Honolulu
VlissAray Awal Haleiwa j.
liss Alice Green Honolulu
'Aisa Lizzie f erreirawhitaey &Marsh.Honolulu 46,892
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OF DRYDOCtt STATUS
Naval Authorities Have
nil of tho Items iiicntloned In Hie spec
Ideations, and not slnidy six ns tho
1M of the Iloston Drill It known to
Other than announce tho various
bidders, tho Navy Department Is not
glen to dolus much talking until 'on
tracts are signed, and the bonds In the
hands or the authorities, so it Is
thought not Improbable that no definite
Information may he recelwd until oni
clal notlco comes that tho contract has
The Pacific Construction Company
Is a large firm with substantial cap
ital behind It. and, prior to putting In
Its bid, sent Dler Lund here lo exam
Ino the character of 4he bottom at
I'enrl Harbor It Is bellicd that, con
sidering tho expense to which the com
pany went to In order to collect neces
sary data, any hid which may havo
been put In would be about as low as
could bo made to cover the work and
leave a reasonable print.
Captain Matson of the Matson Navi
gation Company Is one of the laigj
stockholders In tho Pacific Construe
tton Company, as aro also n tiuuiliur
of other prominent capitalists and bus
lness men of San Francisco.
Naval authorities urc as much In
tho dark ns anyone he, regarding tho'
present status or the Peml Harbor
drydock matter. Requests for Informa
tion at tho Naval Station this morning
brought forth nothing, officers saying
that no word had been received.
It Is considered not Improbable time
tho l'aciflc Coast Constru'tlun Com
pany may recelvo tho contract, how.
over, If, as is supposed. Its bid covers
VtissShizuko Ikeda Honolulu
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAII.
Miss Trinnie Marcos Kailua
Miss Mercy K. Akau Hilo
Miss Annie Hattie Kohala
MissElizabeth K. Victor Hilo
Miss Victoria Homer Hilo
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala. Hawaii
Miss Julia K. Kawewehi Keauhou 44,606
Miss Hattie Saffery Honokaa 30,846
Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 27,804
Miss Lillian Mundon Fahoa 22,612
Miss E. Tuhiliona Fcpeekeo, Hawaii 18,400
Miss Julia Kahino Hookena 10,409
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Miss Mabel Waiaholo Lahaina
Miss Florence Ho Lahaina
Miss Mary Gohier Lahaina
Miss Eva Scholtz Wailuku
Miss Jennie Hansen Wailuku
Miss Hattie Kalino Makawao
MissL. K.Hart Wailuku
Miss Esther M. Hanuna Hana
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Miss Florence Deverill Kanalei. Kauai
Miss Connie Fasioth Waimea. Kauai 88.832
Miss Mable Hastie Eleele 83,043
Miss Miriam Mundon Kapaa, Kauai 80,7.84
Miss Angeline F. Silva Waimea, Kauai 60,441
Miss Ethel E. Edwards Kilauea, Kauai 51,310
Miss Rose Aea Waimea, Kauai 36,210
Contestants may take the trio any time they choose.
Contestants are not limited to the district in which they are entered.
but are allowed to secure votes from any other District, County or State.
CONTEST CLOSES MONDAY, MARCH 15TH,
BP.H. O'CLOCK SHARP.
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Feb. 22d)
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2 1-2 to II
B YCITY EMPLOYES
IN hi! 1 1 MM CASE
Dr. Sinclair Says Man
. Is Not a Post
Tho defense in the Kalelklnl mur-
ofllce In the City Hall this morning I dcr case was, given a hard blow this
I'o found a long line of nnxlouB-look-j'wnlng when Dr. Blnclalr in his re
ii:g city emploes awaiting him. TheU'ly to a lengthy hypothetical ques-
men were all In quest of their pay ' tlon asked by County Attorney Catb
Auditor's Office Draws
Crowd Eager For
When Auditor lllckncll rearhed his
will rants, and tho way that they de
fended upon tho luckless guardian
of tho City and County finances mado
that worthy think that tho Supremo
Ccurt must have rendered it decision
unbeknown to him.
Tho Auditor hnd everything ready
though, so there was no delay In
handing out tho pink checks which,
unless the Treasurer refuses to rec
ognlzo them, mean money In the
pi-ckets of thoso who nre helping the
curt stated conclusively that Knlel-
kini is not n pout-epileptic and that
the wife-slayer know what he was
about when he fired the fatal shot.
The hypothetical question took an
hour to propound and covered all tho
life-history of the prisoner and also
of his mother. Dr. Sinclair had been
called as a witness by the prosecution
in rebuttal to answer this question.
The Doctor said that an epileptic
no he advanced In years became con
stantly more iresclble nnd violent un.
ei damages for his alleged unlawful
seizure and snip, under an execution
issued in tho case of Meu Tin Wo et
ul. versuiv IIIu .Along et al., doing bus
iness as the Tin Wo Company, of a
guBolliio engine, a water pump, u
luickskln horse, a set of harness, nnd
an express wagon.
Tho demurrer was based upon the
giound that although tho property
belied nnd sold under the execution
wu8 personal property, tho law ex
empting personal property from exe
cution npplles only to the personal
property of an Individual and not lo
that of a corporation or firm.
Feb. 21: Chlncso Minors C
and 11 teams.
Feb. 1C: Marines vs. Fort
Kcb. IV: Puliation vs. Mur-
Feb. 22: Novelty.
Feb. 27: Y. M. C. A. track
This cloth has now become a great favorite on account
of its fast color arid durability. We ore now showing a
Full Range in Stripes and Solid Colors, 29 inches wide,
20 A YARD1 SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
til ut least ho reached the stago of
post-epilepsy, when he was liable to
commit acts of a revolting nature. He
is inclined to bo violent and danger-
people manage tho various lnstltu-
Tho Republican senators met this t'ii ' the City and County,
morning nt 10 o'clock In tho olT.co of Tho band was particularly well rep
W. O. Smith In caucus. Owing to the rticnteil, many of tho musicians com
,.o, ihi .i nf ihn union weru Ing In with their instruments, evl-
i imhle to bu present the caucus was duntly cnirylng them as credentials jous and when in one or his spells his
duferied until this afternoon at 2 in case tho Auditor should not know 'tendencies nre ulways muidcrous. Ho
,,'ciock j'heni by sight, and Bhould decline to ( wants to kill anybody and everybody
mm 'iii.nii over ineir warrants wujioui
REPRIEVE FOR raNE''"prv
.court decision Is likely to settle tho
Governor Frear this morning re- status of tho vnrlous City and County
eelved an application for tho reprieve employes once and for nil, many of
of John Wynne, tho convicted murder-thoss who left their wnrrants In tho
er, and win prouauiy grant me
prloe, as Wjnno has appealed
case, Hu Is under sentence to
hanged next Wednesday.
IN FOREIGN FORTS
re- hands of the Auditor nre beginning to
his cull for them, and tho pile which, at
Monday, February 15.
UllKMERTON Arrived Feb. 12'
U. 8. N. T. Supply, hence Feb. 1.
lOItAYS HAIUJOH ArrUed Feb. 11:
1 S. S. Itomford, henco Jan, 28.
SAN FJIANCISCO 'Arrived Feb, 12:
8, S. Coliimblun, fiom Sallua Cruz.
SAI.1NA CRUZ Arrived Feb. 13:
S. S. Virginian, from Hilo, Jan. 30.
HII.O Anlved Feb, 10:
Ilk. M. E. Wlnkeliniinn, from Ihirekn.
HII.O Sailed Feb. 13:
S, S. Mexican, for Sallnn Cruz.
Suit to lecover certain property nt
Hwa has been begun in thu Circuit
Court by Harada against Kalel. Tho
plaintiff alleges that the pioperty has
been unlawfully taken by tho defend
ant, and asks $100. damages.
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ono time, threatened to crowd Hlck
ntll out onto the stiect, Is rapidly
being reduced In size.
Another stage In the troubles of
Yeong Young, onco manager of tho
Wulhco Klce Plantutlon Company,hns
been reached. Ho has been arrested
ut Wailuku, on a chargo of gross
cheat, and Is now out on $1000 bond,
The complaint charges that ho de
frauded G. Akunn In several ways; ho
secured from Akuna the release nnd
satisfaction of a $3000 mortgage giv
en by the Walhee Klce Plantation
Co.; secured the payment by Akuna
of u $2!i00 note and mortgage gveu
by the plantation company to tho
First National Dank of Wailuku; so
tuied the payment by Akuna of $400
In cash townid liquidating, tho debts
of tho company all fraudulently.
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and does not discriminate as to the
victims of his mania.
"In this case," said the Doctor,
"whero he reached over the shoulder
of one gill to shoot his wife, It was
not the net of a post-cpllcptlc. If he
had been u post-epileptic, he would
havo shot the first girl as the nearest
one to him mid then have killed his
"Also, the fact that ho Btaycd by
the body and felt of the hands show
ed that ho was not a poat-eplleptlc.
He knew whnt he was about. Also,
he had fcomo memory of the deed,
which a poBt-eplleptlc would not hnvo
OF FIRM NOT EXEMPT
Judge Hob I n son this morning ren
dered a decision In tho case of IIIu
Mong and others versus C, P. laukca
ns Sheriff of Oahu, sustaining tho
lower court and tho demuner of the
defendant and nssesslng tho costs nf
tho case against the plaintiffs.
IIIu Mong nnd tho other plaintiffs
brought suit against Iaukea to rccov-
; MIL NEWS REVIEWED
( IN TFD.tf MDMDJIDIK
Edward Uerwlck, Jr., who was to
marry Miss Edith Jordan in April,
found dead in bed, ,
Corry Ncedham will ask congress
for now rate law empowering inter
state commerce commission to regu-
iLto changes in tariffs.
Senator Foruker may tako up res
idence in. Arizona with a view of be
Scandal in Russian diplomatic
coips nt Parks involves couutress.
' Session of Austrian paillament
closed after encounters between
Czechs nnd Germans.
Turkish cabinet decides to mako
proposal for settling Uulgarlau diffi
culty. California horse owners nt "joker''
In antl-rnclng bill and confident
measure will not stop track gambling.
Henry Stnuf, former cellmate of
I'tter Claudlanes, snyu dynamiter told
him he was given money by Tom Gib
son, head of United Railroads' detect
ive bureau, to blow up Gullagher's
Lieutenant Evans and former wife
both deny reported reconciliation.
Mrs, Charles Knpp of San Fran-
Cisco, Is to beck second legal separa
tion from man she has wedded twice.
Gcorgo Wlngfield of San UranClBco,
Is to bo sued for $500,000 as breach
of piomlse damages,
Market Street bank settlement be
gun, depositors receiving GO per cent.
Automobllo not subject to chattel
mortgngo according to laws of Cali
fornia. Deseiter Glass walks Into captiv
ity while trying to leave Philippines,
Former North Reach politician bo-
comes n tramp and wifo seeks servlco
of divorce petition.
Sausallto sells Its water bonds and
municipal system Is assured.
Trial date set for accused officials
of San Mateo county.
Women athletes of state university
neglect ga'mcB and bluo and gold may
therefore lose basket ball honors.
That wlfo fired shot that wounded
Detective Hodgklns Is proved.
Stanford professor scores state uni
versity educator who criticised
George A. Lamont, formerly law
partner of Justice McKennu of United
Stntcs supreme court, drops dead.
Stanford ranch near Tehama loses
C00 head of stock in Hood.
Mrs. Marie Woodward, formerly of
San Jose, dies In London.
Stockton grand Jury hears consid
erable evidence tending to show graft
in police department.
Lieutenant Klnzle denies charge
o' cheating and burglary, testifying
ut court martial.
Forest service glyen usual annual
drubbing In congress. Smith of Cali
fornia lending the attack.
Fleet's tour makes Jacklez better
marksmen by 100 per cent, shown by
tables of target shoot.
Carrlo Nation fined by London
magistrate for destroying clgurette
Abyssinian factions clash In en
gagement and throne may boon havo
American arrested In Russia as
revolutionist gives name of Richard
Frank S. Mitchell, clubman and
church singer, sued for divorco for
second time under similar circum
United States government, through
tho Panama canal commission, offers
.New corporation formed to colonize
200,000 ncres of laud under Sucra
mento valley canal Irrigation system,
tn handlo shlpmeiUtuicroBs isthmus at
cost for benefit of San Francisco mer
New Marquis hotel to bo built at
northeast corner of Goary and Mason
stieets by Adam Grant estate.
Fight for city nnd county, of Oak
land to be carried to legislature,
Memorial church at Stanford to bo
restored with old clock und chimes.
Good government forces of Los An-
gelea triumph over Southern Pacific
machine rulo In charter amendment
Scheme, to sell Chicago Terminal
.Transfer company called a conspira
cy, for which Harrlman, George
Gould, Stlllmnn und Schlff are at
tacked, Pittsburg's mayor declares tractlou
monopoly is now broken.
Alleged widow of William Vincent
Cnllery charges bribery In offoit to
fdrcu her to accept settlement,
Panama canul company offers to
cairy California pioducts to eastern
points at rates far under transcon
Santa Fo lawyeru argue case appeal
from big fines before couit of appeals.
Attempt to sell Armstrong grove
of redwoods to California at nearly
five times its purchase pi ice,
Dry Regions Of Maui Are
(Special to the Ilullotln)
Wailuku, Maul, Fob. 13. Last Sat
urday night, Cth Inst., after tho grand
display ,of lightning, rain fell In lor-
tents nnd thu next morning, Sunday,
there was snow nt "Pa a Knoao" or
White Hill and surrounding peaks
decking tho western rldgo of lliileaka
la. Tho last tlmo thnt there was snow
on famous Hnlcakalu was on February
19, 1903, when tho entire western ildgii
almost down to tho S000 foot elevation
was ono solid mass of beautiful whllo
Spreckelsvlllo reported that mnro
than an Inch of rain fell during thu
night and Wailuku almost the snmu,
whlje Makawao, Kyln and'Ulupalakua
reported a fair share of tho rainfall.
Friday, Btrung winds rrom tno sown
blew for n while. At 2 o'clock n heavy
rain enmo down which plenscd tho
hearts of all In Wailuku and vicinity,
but nono fell at cither Kula or Ulupala
kua during tho afternoon. At night,
however, n suniclent amount of ruin
fell lo gratify tllu fnst fndlng hopes ut
tho Kula farmers. Whnt Is really
needed in thoso districts Is continuous
tain for a month or bo when thu arid
wastes rrom Pulehti to Kamnolu will
bloom again as In tho prosperous days
of old, nnd tho famous Kula potatoes
und com will Hood tho markets.
NIPPON YU3EN REPORT.
In the report Issued by the Japan
ese Steamship Company, the Nippon
Yusen Kalsha, attention Is called to
tho losses due to tho boycott against
Japan by China. The annual report
says thnt the economic situation both
In the United Stntes nnd Japan,
coupled with tho Chinese boycott of
Jnpuneso goods, hnd greatly reduced
shipments, nearly half tho llncis car
rying -100 or COO to the vessel ns n result.
jpy'Tor Rent" cards on tale at
the 'Bulletin .office.
Up To Date
E TAKE PLEASURE in an-
nouncinp that we have se
cured the services of MR.
MILTON SWAHN to take
charge of our TAILORING
DEPARTMENT. Mr. SWAHN is
well known in this city, having been
for a number of1 years cutter for S.
Roth, and was formerly with Hass
Bros, of San Francisco, and M. Rock,
Fifth Avenue, New York.
Wc havo also added to our Tailor
ing staff two Expert Tailors, and are
now in a position to turn out orders
equal to the best merchant tailors on
We are showing some Very Ele
gant SUITINGS New Goods just to
L B; KERR & CO.,
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