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From San Franciscor .
Clilyu Maru May 9
l'or fc'nn Francisco:
Mongolia . , May C
Murnma Apr. 29
Signs on your windows will not
secure you tenants and boarders
half so quickly as a little ad in
the Bulletin's Room and Board
Mnnuka May 26
ESTABLISHED 1882. HO. 4012.
10 PAQLS HONOLULU. TEItlUTOHY OF 'HAWAII FIUDAY. MAY 0, 1010. 10 PAGES.
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Frost At First
Many Object. To
Since IiIh return frnm tho iflilnliud
Agent Woolley Ins boon endeavoring
lo' unlle thu Kiipport nf those whom
lio wqh I oil to tiellcvo would actively
sustain n cnmpalgn Air absolute pu
hlblllon In Hawaii. Tho priittlcll fru.it
that greoteil him List nUht upon hi
fir ut public appesruiicc In slg.itflcint
of thu half hcartort rupixiit and tho
scopes of a widening split are appar
Uespllu Wooltey'B utriniimis labors,
since IiIh rottitn thu pioportl.m ot
tflosu InclinlM In tho prohibition ranks
who will work fur tin Woolley propj-g.iiula-wltliout
conipunilve uro uceed
Klltor Evening Ilullotin
Cupeivlsdr .1. C. (Julnn Is evident!
ii jt satlstlcd .with thu ui'tlou or Ids
colleague In tho Hoard f Bupervls
ors, and rushes Into prln with a long
explanatory letter In the morning pa
per I wus tutlsfled to rest my Blila
of the case, iind to leuvo til the public
wlio know ws both, us to which of our
two cninnluiiliatjniw boro tho Impress
of truth, f am opposed lo tho Inn
Kimgo of tho slums, and' do not two
obscene disgusting, profane or Mil-r-ir
language, nor lolcpto It In others.
Will unynnu who hits tho ' honor" of
Mr. (Julnn's uciiunlnUiiico, testify the
same regarding htm? Ills classic
r.rigllsh, l well Ittiown,
T.ver slnco I took olllco under tho
Count), I liUVo had rontluu.il filctloiu
with Mr. O.ulnn, who oldciily thinks
ho Is tho whole board, and It Is per
petually "I order this mid I onlerod
that" wlmn some mutter lo.illy neoileil
urgent attention, ho Ignored mo us
heud of my dopnitnieut mid Issuoi his
Instructions Instead to my 'Chief Clerk,
Mr. II. W. Cnthcart, I liavo been sus
tained by tho Hoard of Supervisors
on various occasions, after n complctn
RAMTA TtAPPAttA f!nl Mnw k
Eear.Admiral McCalla died here
day from an attack of apoplexy,
Admljul McCalla was ono or the
most famous lighting men of the
navy. Ho was born Juno 19, 1814..
ut Camden. N. J., and graduated
from the Niivut Academy In 1864.
Ho sorveil 'with distinguished bruv-l
ery througli tho war. During the
valued six numbers far eminent and
conspicuous gnllautry In buttle. Dur
ing the lloxer uprising ot June, 1900,
he commanded the landing party
fiom tbe1 yil(tod Stales Asiatic fleet,1
which,' formed a part of the column i
for the relief of the legation at I'o
kltiff. He wus the redolent of two
Cuugicsstoiial medals for buttles at,l
ClenfnegoH umL.Ouantunamo, and
id,. (In a n tan u mo, und
I'lantallon labor conditions will bo
ForloiiHly unsettled un I the prosperity
of the whole Tenltoiy norlously Jeo
pardized If tho prohlbhlon of the chnr
w;lcr advocated by oolley and his
associates should ioco.vc the Indorse
inont of tho voters Is the uplnloa nf
many local bnelnei men who uro vi
tally Interest!) I In th) cnnjiict of tho
The recognition of Ihli fact has evet
boon brought home to the prohibition
ists and It was remarked throughout
Istsiindltwnsrcmnrked throughout dm
business section th.B morning that In
stead of burping ujion prohibition la-it
night f'-nilntr h"s iHiit i.ittlcular e:n
Continued on Pace 4.
imcstlgatlon of the many petl)
rhnrges'agatnst mo, and have faithful
ly, and punctiliously,, cirrlod out all
orders from the Uoard of Supervisors,
and conducted tho affairs of my office
in a business liko manner. Had I
neglected my duties or given Inolll
dent sotvlco the governing boaul
would have promptly censured mu.
As to niy absence from town on tho
Sunday referred to, I 'was within my
rights like any other working citizen
who lies this day to himself. Mr, Quinn
has frequently admitted this publicly.
My case was settled at tho last meet
ing of the Hoard of Supervisors, mi I
I do not desire to continue the contro
versy any further and will treat with
silent contempt nny nttempted renew
nl of same,
1 rest secitro fooling that I have
tho conlldenco or tho Impartial public
oven though tho spite of a poanut
vender ho arrayed ugaliist mo.
Thanking )oit for our viiluablo
spuco, I am. sir,
Very sincerely ours,
JOHN II. WILSON.
one Congressional medal for merito
rious serYlco other than tn battle.
He received decoration from the Her
man Umpeior-and the King of Ung
land In recognition of his services
during tho lloxer uprising.
SAN JOSE, "osta Rica, May G.
Four hundred oodles have been .re
covered from the ruins of the town
of Castago that was wrecked by
earthquake yesterday. The rescue
work is going on under the protec-
to-:tion of martial law.
-itt- a t-
-SAN FRANCISCO, May 6. Sugar;
00 degrees test, 4.30o, Previous quo.
H K H SIMl I IS
FRESNO. Cal., May 0. Sliarp
shocks of earthquake were felt today
in this section. No damage is re
More mun led mon than'old bacho
lora liavo been .disappointed In lovo.
lora liavo been .disappointed
KING EDWARD PASSES;
GEORGE ALBERT REIGNS
GEORGE FREDERICK ERNEST ALB
LONDON, May 0. King Edward
VII. died at midnight. ,
LONDON, May 6. "Well, it's all
over. I have done my duty.".
This remark, made by King Ed
ward VII. to those assembled at his
bedside, best expresses the serious
condition of the ruler of Qreat Brit
ain. The message was given out
this afternoon by the physicians to
the army of newspaper representa
tives waitint; about the palace.
The King's condition became ver
grave some twenty-four hours ago,
q-,1 ri.i)" V , rtf .tv nlivai-
cians, he has been growing gradually
U'nr TM ""Inp' b 'vprrinnced
rihnVlne rjll Hint r offivtintr the
The royal family is assembled, ut
CI I I f
fiwk iff I .
zli I X -
ERT, KING OF ENGLAND. BY THE
the ualace. and Lord Churchill has
been summoned. The whole country!
is prepared for the worst, and the
Archbishop of Canterbury has tele
graphed to all the churches through
out England and Wales that pray
ers shall be offered for the preserva
tion of the life of the King.
King IMwniil VII. wn, born at
IlilCklughnin l'.ilaco, November 9,
1841. Ho is the oldest son ot tho
lute Queen Victoria, hut tho second
Ills early education was attonded
to by private tutors, utter which he
studied at lMli.burgh, Oxford und
In 18C0, as tho Prince ot Wales,
ho visited Canada and also the Unit
ed Slates, where he was receheil
with nil honors due his rank us next
In line for the throne of Knglund.
Ily the death of his mother, Queen
Victoria, on January Sir, 1901, ho
hecnine the King of Great llrltuln
and Ireland, aud Kinperor of India.
I'lve children huo been born o
King Hdw.ird and Queen Alexandra,
two bojs und three girls Albert
Victor und (Icorge -Kredorlck, l'rln
cms I.oulso, I'rliuesa Victoria and
Pi ln ess Maud
George 1'iPdeilclf, the present
Pi luce of Wa'eu. who will suet em!
to tho tliioue. was born .Juno S,
lSKii. He la Known ns the "Sailor
Prince," und was mar) led to Prllieoss
Vktoilu Mun of To-k In July. '1893.
(leoigo 1'ieilnrlcK is the second sou
of thu lato King L'dwaid VII. The
DEATH OF HIS FATHER, KINO
llrst son, Albert Victor, died January
The present successor to the
throne entered the navy 1877, and
took u three- ear voyuge around the
world. In 1891 he was made a com
mander In the Ilrltlah navy.
WASHINGTON, May 6. The post
office appropriation for $241,000,000
has passed the Senate, v
ADVISES A BIGGER
'VICTOIHA, II C, April 7. Lord
Kltchenor'H report or Ills trip of. Inspec
tlon or tho Australian military forces
states that tho present forces are In
udcuuutu In numbers, training, organi
zation and munitions of war to de
fend Australia fiom thn' dangers that
are duo to tho present cohtlltlons
which prevail In tho country, as well
as Its Ibojaled intuition.
Tho report was a comprehensive
ono, covering 22 printed pagos Ho
states Hint an army of 80,000 men la
required Ho advocates tho establish
ment or n military college, similar In
Ideals if not practlco to West Point.
.Austiutlan newspapers received by
tho steamer Miirumu yesterday morn
ing comment ut great length on Lord
Kitchener's recommendations, many
of them taking Issuo with him as to
tho need ot u larger military force,
Many Irnmigrants Will Go To
Mainland On Labor
Are l'acltlc Coast labor agents ut
work uiuong the lately-arrived litis
slau Immigrants now leading a lite
or Idleness In Honolulu'
Avoiding publicity ns much n
possible, a number ot Russians are
iu!etlv slipping away on every
Constbmnid passenger steamer, and
liavo been doing to for several
The l'acltlc Mull liner Mongolia,
whli li Is expected to sail for Han
Kninclsco some time tomorrow aft
ernoon, Is tuklug quite a dc egntlon
of lluwlaus to Ban Francisco. ',
.j-Afan early hour this morning.
twuntivflve subjects o'f ' the LIU u
White Father hnd applied for am!
re.-elved t'teernge transportation nt
the office or II. Haekfeld & Co. th
local representative for the Pacific
Mall Steamship Company,
It lsjald upon excellent r.uthoilty
that the Russians rind ret.ily and
profitable einplojinent with, tho great
transcontinental railway enterprises
and also wi li the lumber mills and
mines upon their 111 rival on tho
Kor some weeks men who a-e be-
lleved to be representatives of the big
eniplo)inent agencies In San I-ran-
" Foul and
A sugar-coated attack upon the
work of the Hoard of Liquor License
Commissioners of thu Island of Oahii
and a defense of his statements 011
the Hawaiian's Incompetency for
self government mado nt Washington
were the keynotes In tho llrst speech
delivered by John (I. Woolley Blnco
his return from tho majnlfrnd,
Woollcy'H audience ut Knights of
Pythias Hall was not large, being
composed of about two hundred Ha'
wnllans, John Martin and C. H
Dickey. Woolley remnrked on thu
abseuco ot his anti-saloon supporters,
but stated Hint their absence was
probably due to nn unileistandlng
that the meeting was for Iluwallans
alone. In that event there uro two
ALLEGED USER OF
Defendant Proven To
Ilia Solontu, a Illusion who was ar
rested 011 a warrant vesterdav nnd
charged with having used threatening
innguagu to a countn woman of his,
was this morning dlschnrced from
custody after n shoit thai.
prosecutor Ilrown asked that til's
mun be acquitted as the cvldenco for
the prosecution was very weak and
tho man proved that ho was a hard
working Individual who had contrib
uted an amount to enable the woman's
husband, "tho delegate, to proceed
to tho mainland.
Solonln denied nny Idea of Injuring
the woman and sworo that ho would
not go near her at nny time In tho
(Continued on Page 2)
clsui have been seen circulating
nmung the unmployed and dls. its
fled KiiMlnns at the Iwltel ca.iip.
Theje men are said to speak tho Ian
guake ot the .Muscovite ultli am
dent fluency and go about lu 11 man
ner th.it excite 110 suspicion what
ever ns to thcli Intention und occu
pation It Is possible tnat nt least n halt
bundled ImmlgiautH will taku pas
sage to Sail Francisco by th? lion
go la. In whlt.li event this will bo
the largest delegation to ler.vo Ho
nolulu for tho Co.iut by a idnglo
sleciier since the Itusslau livislcn.
All apiilli-anta'fiir traiisp irtatlon
.iVftilir lo be well supplied' with
liir.li,,. nii.1 ii-li- ffii- fhnlr Hit lt til
'good gold toln of thu realm. Soni?
or the men have tho nppenrmco ot,
hailtig been emplojed on tho suga
plantations. In most every cr.se thn
Russians "liavo been provided with
the Ainirlcnn st)le or wcurli g np
paiel and have discarded the sorfllkn
atllre In which they reached theie
When approached ns to why they
were leaving Hawaii, the Russians
refused to have unv thing to say.
Continued on Paec 4.
hundred iluwallans In the city and
touiity of Honolulu who found It.
lonveulent to bojiresont, v.
Woolley was Introduced by Fred
Hockley, Clreult Court Interpreter,
who stated that the prohibition
movement wag one of vital luest
to tho Hawaiian people. IIq declar
ed that the consumption of liquor
was responsible for most of the Ills
of the Huwallnrt people. -V.
I Woollcj's add'ss was characteris
tic, and ho had a hitter and sneering
word nt every turn for thoso who do
not think prohibition Is a cure for
all tho ills of mankind. He declared
that opponents ot the prohibition
propaganda would have to "be shot
(Continued on Paee 4)
Russian Disturbers In
The Court This
The ten Russians who were ar-'
ralgned In tho criminal court two
das ago on John Doe warrants,
charging them with unlawful nssem-'
bly, were again up In court jthlsij
morning and churged under their"
Dcmltrl Stnnlskofl aud Petor Nlkt-fO
" flvio iiib uuiy iwu m me crowd
whose names appeared In the first
warrants, but in the courtroom this s?
morning the others woro all known ,
by their real names, which we
Stephen ICrllotT, Toreuto , lloslioroff, m
, (Continued onJPagtjgj
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