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From San Francisco i
Mongolia ... Mny 30
For San Francisco:
Nippon Mill u ...Juno t
Miirnma Mny 20
Marama ...Juno 21
3:30 EOITION Secured the news and heih&e many subscribers
Signs on your windows will .not
secure you tenants and boarders
half so quickly as a little ad in
the B u 1 1 c t i n's Room and Board
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4629.
10 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1010. 10 PAGES.
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CAMBRIDGE, Eng., May 20.
Great enthusiasm marked ths cere
monyof conferring the honorary de-
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NIIT A V H K I A J
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 20.
The schooner Esfucro that was cap.
tured at Blucfichls jestcrdny proves
not to be an American ship.
LONDON, May 20. The French
saumarinc iiuviocc, wim its mil
rrw nt lu.'rniv.f nrrn mm uOf lnl
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in uic .jiiiBii viiamici vuuajr. Xlic
submarine came into collision with
a steamer and went to the bottom
OiE CONTESTANT CASTS
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U Five liunirrcd thounand votes 1
tt the larftest vote total recorded In tt
. It tlio ctninlliiR rcore of tho ,con- tt
it tCHtantH, In tho Ynncmlte Callfor- tt
tt nln (Jontmt. This Ihiko vote Ih tt
tt held by Mrs. Moore, chunenmo It
tt cnndldato, who litis doiililcii her tl
tt votr idnro hmt Satunlay, when tt
tt her totnl wuh two hundred and tt
tt llfty thousand. tt
t; tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
Ml br Pangellnau, with the sccAnd
largest vote, 'lacks lens limn thrcii
thousand votes of having thrcn hun
dred thoii'and totes. This Is tho sum
of hor votes after cnHtlim more thnn
ono hundred Ihousuud votes yvstenlny
for (ho final odlco count. Doth these
candidates with theso Immcnso voto
totals claim thoy still Imvo morn votes
to cast for tho final count Hnturday,
Other cnndldntes whoso totals do not
nppear so prominent In tho list today,
tell of Iiuko votoy reserves Hint will bo
cast for Ihu contest close. They lend
tho color of credence to their clnlm
by contluuliiR their vote canvass.
A forecast ns to who tho winners
will bo Is Imposslblo by any ono con
nected with tho contest department,
Tho continual order for subscriptions
chances tho prospect of tho posslhlo
wlimers over hour of tho day,
When tho votos arc Issued und enst
na a result of tho orders received by
this morning's mall from Maul and
Hawaii tho standing of soino of the
candidates In tho most favored osl
(Ions will bo threntoncd, ,
Tlio scoro or ho candidates glvon on
pago in Is tho last ono Hint will be
published until tho final rcoro Is-slvcu
out In next Momluy's paper. Thu final
count will ho Hindu by a contest com
mittee of prominent business men
whoso names lmvo already been un-uuuni-ed,
Votes can bo secured and
deposited until -8 o'clock Saturday
Assistant Attorney V, T. Ilawllns
was In tho Federal court this morn
ing for tho first tluifl this week. Ilaw
llns linn boon confined to his hoiufc
with a foot affliction nnd today ap
peared with his feet clad In sandals.
ERECTED POIt DECORATION DAY
HAWAIIAN IRON1 FENCE AND MONUMENT WORKS. limited
Phone f!48 180 S. Kirii? Street
NOSOlllfil PEST IS
Quick Work Is Being
I Accomplished By
After Ions than threo
W,";N' ,""' ltl'n";1"" , ri
k.: v;.,.:s. Th." "..
''1 '"at boforo the close f tho cam-'
palKti next December but few mos-,
quliooH win bo roumi at torso In the
"Tll w0' 1( w" nrtcil on IVbrunry
1T Inxt with tin- ni.l of a fund f
Jioon n month furnished by tho ll.i-
nolulii Shlpiiors- wiiuir Committee,
ami eleven lnsectorH were
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i-u, niiii. iirKVMin nun ims I 1 .1 . mill
his nsslstant. 0. Chnrlo:k. make
force of thirteen men to stump out
mcsciultoes In the entire community.!
Honolulu has been divided Into
j eleven, districts, oho for-eiich Insiipc -
tor, and each man Is' expected to!
itiVcr bis whole dTstrlct ouco a week,
geuornlly the cntlrd round being
made In five days
Tluouslimit the iiistrlcts nre cat-
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lu'run iiny uarrti niieii wiin on ior
tho nso of tho Inspectors In spray
Ing pools of stagnant water, cess
pcols. gutters, catch basins, tin cans,!
water barrels and dozens of other
places which harbor enough water to
nuiko mosquito breeding possible.
These barrels nre supplied byn
tank curt which alma to keep them
nearly full nt nil times, and during
the time tlmt tho cart Is not needed
for thld work It Is used In collecting
Continued on Page 4.
Killed By. Being Swept
Over Bluff At Kolikoli
llllo, Hawaii, Mny 23. Another ac
cident along tho llllo Ilnllroad exten
sion occurred lai Salurjlay afternoon,
vl'leh added to tho toll of human lives
which tho construction work has do
manded. Two Japanese laborers wero
killed nnd n third .wna badly Injured.
Too accident took plnco ,'. Kolikoli
flllli'lt tiy llin anritu ti1nn ivlinrn n In il.
tneso was killed a few weeks ago by!"'"110, of tl10 iMn ' l,,lV0 n Blul
tailing over tho bluff Into tho sen.
At this point n shrift lias'bcen sunk
Into tho ground, from llm bottom of
which Is a tunnel lending into tho sou.
This Is u'bciI for cnrrylug off water
nnd dirt, Last Siturday ntlcrnoon tho
bottom of thu shaft iiccnmo, clogg?d
by u largo boulder, and thu threo men
descended tlio shaft to blast away tho
rock, Tlsttf thoy accomplished n Bate
ty, They then turned tlio water on,
but found that still II did not How
-Thoy then entered tho It'nntl from1,
u .- ,. ,, ... ... n
iiiu sua sin, uueiiiiiug in ciuiir uwuy
thq ohstruttlon from tnnt sldo,
BUddonlv tho obstruction which had
hoblt tho wnlnr IiiipV truvn nwnv iinil
held' tho wator back, gnvo nwny and
tho flood of water rushed through tho
tunnol. carrying tho three imforlunato
men with It over tho-bliiff nnd Into tlio
Two wero killed, but tho third
struck close to tho bench and was res
cued. Ho was badly injured, but may
survive. A Japanese power sampan
was called out from llllo, nnd It picked
up tho bodies of tho dead men soon
"I want to .tell the Advertiser
I have already stated that I am against prohibition. I have said o
openly in the meetings I have addressed and my statements m the Aloha
Aina bear cut what I think of the matter." Thus said L. L. McCandless
to a representative of the Advertiser in the presence of a Bulletin
"I told Lorrin Thurston three weeks ago that I was against nrohi.
bition, and I also told Woollev the nunc thing." said' McCandless later.
."When he said that it was liquor that was killing off the Hawaiians, I
said that it was want of woik that was doing it. I believe tha't every
i man should be free to vote as he likes on the orohlbition nuestion. ami
tlmt 1 man 'ias any r,Bnt to say ,0 rae or anyone else, 'You shall not
ar,k ti0 morc rl.cnt ,nan fcc should say, 'You shall not wear shoes.'
. '"" "K1""5'- pruiuuiuon, anu ;. am
- , is 0 the
'. K- Gierdrum manager, Honokaa Sugar Co.-"I Wieve that th.
"'nPt ' a Phibition law would have a mest- decided effect on thii
olantations. The Japanese laborer wants his beer, his sake or his wine.
and J!J 1S not WW to pet a ong without it. If he is prevented from get-
tin'r '' R,R"al dissatisfaction ambng the phntation laborers is boun.l
., ". y. "K'u. iiucr-manu aieam navigation uompanv. "If
- 1110 woul11 onY aoply to the cnforicmcnt of the tirescnt liquor laws the
itr jtv-- -i r t-i
oninilttiHV""'' """ '"jr uiiy 10 mc ciuuncmcni oi inc nrcseni liquor laws the
apiHlni-',ainc cncrBy' imc and money whiuh they will have to utc to enforce I he
Pratt nnd',ro!,i!)i.,!on ,aw- if u WiK vc wou1;1 havc R 'Kllt better situation than
ncnhlrtiHAfi iitt It Mam t. . mUh..a '
.fi.-ii ... ...
Proh bition .will ever bring nbont.
, , " "
. Brore twenty or more people seated at table. Ecv. McKccvcr was
?.8kcd w.hat !,c thouBh' erc the chimes for prohibition here hi Hawaii.
i"' "P".ca lmu ftl the present moment he considered, that the canse of
",'""""", ""' ,uu "? i e oaancc ot winniKSJiTtuV.to tin? test
at oncc, but that after tho prohibiten woikcrs had-bcon launched fully
""to he enrnpaign the outlook woul I be more hopcfjil. thnt the nitives
would bo influenced by tile Inst onei to talk to thcni.,
C. B) Wells of the famous Waihku sugar plantation. "I havc ccmc
back to work for prohibition, Nit!"
Labor Conditions Here
Lesson Learned By Former
Plantation Manager On
"Vou cng soy for me .that tho con- 37 palacoa, tt rtrt Enllorles, u9 mu
dltlon df the laboring pcoplo In the kctiuis, 61 tombs, abbeys.
'iVrrllory of llnwnll Is bottor thati "Of course, I gave parthulnr nt
that of nny other people- In tlio world tentlon to the condition of tho la
that I hnvn encoiinlorod, with the boring classes, and I couldn't help
posslhlo exception of (Inrtunny, Aus. thinking Hint tho laborers here
trnlla und Now Zealand," snld C. 11. don"t really know tho blessing thoy
Wells, who, with Mrs. Wolls, return- nro receiving, They niu living In
cd by tho Manuka from a tour of paradloo compared with n good por
tho world that occupied nineteen (Ion of tho people In tho white pien't
months. 'countries. Tho ivortystrlckfln work
' ",Vo havo visited cvory country of men In Kngtund anil In Krnnco and
tho world oxcopt Norway, Sweden, Italy would bo happy Indeed If thoy
ltussla nnd Denmark. I opUnmlzed could get tho wages, the steady
the list rends ns follows. Twenty-
seven countries visited, 172 cities
and towns visited, 34 castles und
chateaux, 1 3 parks, 101 churches, 1 1
cathedrals, 28 mosquoi', 81 temples,
to be tried
Manslaughter In tho first degree
s tlio charge to which Kdward
CIunny wl" I'1'1 ,,of"ro '",,'5i,
V""'"" '" ",u '"" 'l" "" ";
' M.nUO '
I Cluhoy wa, arraigned this nftcr-
"""".Mnd his bull wns fixed at J6000,
,a, 81r.e"8 " "'n formor bond qitnl-
iiiuk Biiwaiiii-iuriiy in tun cyurii
Cluuey was represented by V. T,
Shares: of tho Hawaiian l'lnenpple
Company havo been placed at the
dlflpoeal of tho Honolulu Investing
publlo at $18 per share, Tho pur
value Is $20, The brokers of the
city will flU tlo orders of npplt
IN PURSUIT OF GRACE
that mv mouth is not rlnied nnil that
iircii oi neanng me morning paper
. t i . .
good houses and tho
healthful food that tho men on our
plantations here havo all tho year
1 "All through Germany l win
(Continued on Page 21 .
DROWNED IN P1D
HII.O, Hawaii, May 23. A four year
old Chinese child, Jho sou of a cook,
named All Wa, was last week drowned
in ono of tho (Hinds at Wnlakcu. Thu
lltllo fellow was playing with his
three-year old brother while his moth
er was looking on. fho woman was
called Into tho house by tho cries of
a smaller child, and when sho re
turned, after un nbsenco of about five
minutes, tho small fellow wna miss
ing. At first the mother did not rcallto
tho full extent of tho trouble, think
liig that tho child was wandered oft
to somo neighbor. Search for him,
however, proved frultlosr, and when
tho pond wns examined about an hour
later tho body of tho boy wus found
Husbnnda mid wives who
only each othor la blamo for
unhapplncss usually do It.
Il'a th.1 AnulnBl llilti. I. It... .,r.M
tu be suspicious.
Hilo Organization Sentiment Is
Against Plan of Woolley
llllo, Hawaii, 'May 21. Tho llllo
Labor Union, n olltlcal orgm'y.atloii,
conioscd of laborers, must of.thctn
Ifnwnllnns, held a meeting laKt week
nt which tho pinhlKtlnu iucstliin was
itronuously dlscui!sed. Tho Union
propoifes to take n coiiHldcrabln part
In ixilltlcs this year mi-l Is run along
he lines of nn Itnlepenitent organiza
tion, although Its leader, David Kwa-
Jlko, Is alrn n prominent Democrat,
hnvlug probably more Influence among
'ho uutcrrlfleil ones on this Island
thnn nny other one man.
Hwnllko said Uial the prohibition
nucMlon w;ns a proper matter for tho
Union to consider, since those who
weru back of tho movement claimed
(hut the main purpose thereof wns to
hvo tho lntwln;r-tnn Jronii4h?-Jlvlls
of liquor. They had ctafineil that the
laborers spent thelt nioiie)- On'b'ibie.
. SCATTERED POLICE
Detective Apana .Escaped
Illl.,.,, Hawaii, May 2. A warrant
wns today Issued for the a nest of
a Hawaiian named J. Kunmal, who
.s charged with having tiled to blow
up Officer Apana with giant powder:
l.nsi, Saturday evening Apana
went to a house nt Punfol, near I
palkou, whero tho defendant nun
3ome' other men were gambling. The
police give tho following tcislou of
'ho circumstances which led up to
Apana was accompanied by hi)
ypung son, and when thoy approach
ed through the backyard of' the
houso, a watcher who had been sta
tioned thcro by tho gnmblers rushod
into the house und gave the alarm.
While tho watcher run awny,
Apana managed to craw) under tho
house, und hero he wns in a position
to hear what those (nuldo the build
ing wero saying. He heard the
watcher make his repot t, wberoupou
Kunmal U alleged to havo statou
that lie would fix the ofllccr by blow
lug him up with giant powder, Ho
started Immediately to preparo tho
stick of prtwilor, fixing tlmroth n rap
and fuse. Tlio ofll cr scrambled from
under tho house and rushed to tlia
back yard, whero ho gave hl son
warning. Ho nnd his son escaped
Just In lime, for n moment later,
Kiiartml, according to the allegations
of tho pollen, threw out the stick of
powder, which exploded wlthlu thir
ty or forty feot of tho fleeing men.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 183
In addition to writing policies that
cover Loss or Damage by Fire, we
have a special policv that coven
LOSS or damage to the Automobile
insured by being in Collision with
any moving 'or stationary oblcct.
LIABILITY for damage to the party
of others caused by collision.
HENRY WATERH0USE TRUST CO.
and that their families had to go hun
gry ns a consriiuence. Ho ndvlsed
that the matter bo carefully consid
ered, A member, by the mine of Knlauoj,
said that ho wus a drinking man, but
this was not tho reason for his opjio
sltlon to prohibition. He was against
prohibition because It would not shut
out llipinr altogether, and for this rea
sou he Intended to viko ngalnst It.
Another member, Maliliil, stated that
he was not n drinking man, but when
tbn question was ,to lie decided nent
July, he was going to voto against
prohibition partly because It did not
provide for tlio abolishing of tho liquor
traffic altogether, .an I also because tho
liquor men wero now contributing a
proportion of tho territorial revenue.
and If this wero cut out Incrensvil taV
atlon would be sure to follow. I In re
'Contlnum on Pace 3)
HAWAII GREW IS
Eleven Men Will
On For Round
This morning Captain Wilder of
the - oud chip llnwnll was n very
Inn .nan, ns lie wns chasing up nnd
arranging for his crew to bo signed
on In real legal fashion.
"I will sign my crew rxi either
Saturday or Monday," said tho rap
tain, "und they will get twenty-five
cents a mouth. The men have been
selected, nnd the crew will be, my
self, W, C. Wilder, T. II. King. C.
Lewis, John O'tlrlon, Robert Hendry,
Harry Hock, Tolfson who came
down, on tho Gwendolyn nnd Hnr
rls. The latter Is now nt Konn, Ha,
wall', but ho will come, In on the
Mnuna Ken on Saturday morning.
Hamilton will net us cook, and young
Sims will hold down th'J Job of cabin
All the final derails In connection
with the ram nre nearly fixed up,
Und it lR not anticipated that there
will bo any delay In squaring off for
Sim I'eiiro un Monday next.
The run up should be made In
about fifteen days, and tho Hawaii I
will ho In umplo tlmo to get ready
for the trans-Hiiclflc race, which will
start from San I'edro on July 9,
Mayor and Road, Board
Back From An v
"I found road work over on the
other side of the Island progressing
in a satisfactory manner," staled
Mayor Joseph J. Kern this morning,
after his Inspection tour of tho wind
ward side of Oahu yesterday In com
pany with Supervisors Qnlnu and
Kane, members of tho city and coun
ty road hoard.
Ills Honor expressed himself ns
much pleased over the way that tho
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BEETS; 88 analysis, Us. llVid.;
parity, 5.19c. Previous quotation.
A clu" brought in early this after-
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I1.IU uuvii hvi'n .ii jir iii-iir i.iiiiu binn
ed thing humming around the polico
station. . .'
Chief Mcpuulo, sheriff Jnn-ett nnd
fifteen pollm olllicm havo left in two
auUis for Hint section and liavq every
hripn of gutting tho much wanted mlir-
WASHINliTOM. II fl Mnv Pfi
New Orleans nnd Louisiana citizens
made nn imposing demonstration be
fore the House committee this fore
noon, when the claims of Hint city
to an exposition appropriation were
nrescntcd. New Orleans is makinp; n
fight for nn exposition appropriation
from the Federal uovctnmcnt to ns
sist in eclcbrntinp; the opening of tho
The Governor of Louisiana, head
rd the delegation that appeared nt
the rnmniittce lirnriht Ho uii Imr-lr.
rd liv the full tttrmliitrcMii nt 11m
State Lctrislatnrc nnd n throng of the
leading citizens of the city nnil State..
KIEV. Mny. 2d The threatened.!
expulsion of the Jews wns put into
effect todny. Many harrowing scenes ,
were wiiucsscti wucu lamiucs wero i
forced to separate, unci cherished
Yinmr drirt-fnl. . ' ,H
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DAILY SCORES OE&
(Spccinl Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Mny 20.
The big leagues scores for today .
National Cincinnati 7. St. T.ou'isfl
Oj Chicngo 2, Philadelphia 0; Pitts-j
bun; 1, Bostori 4, . .
American New York 4, Chicagoj
u; licatmi 7. Cleveland, ;i.
ARDEN. N. Y May 20 MafyJ
Harriman, the favorite child of thoi
late railroad -mngntitc, wns manicdl
today to Chnrles Runiscy, n noted
sculptor, Tho ceremonies were qf,tlte
It's dead easy to bo a roformorntw!
a fighter whan you arc out ot pffUtel
nnd thcro la no ono , around Jtp MghCT
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