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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4641.
NOBODY KNOWS BUT AYLETT--HE WONT TELL
WILHELMINA DID NOT GO ASHORE
Aylett Promises To Tell
' Grand Jury Tempter's Name
Supervisor Objects To
BEFORE THE BOARD
Supervisor William Ajlott iIocb not
court putillclly In lliu Investigation of
llio allegations attributed as coming
from him that ho was nppnuched liy
nn emlmary or tho Illlulithlc; l'nvo
ment Company and offered tho sum of
J1,C00 for cither lila vgto upon the pn
position or to ovrrtlilc tho existing
vote of Mayor, Joseph J. Tern,
Aylett tins openly declared hlniKolf
ns bitterly nppor&l to a public hear
ing of thn matter, lie stitcd before
a full membership "f tho city and
county supervisors which nitt at tho
"city hall" at noon today, that ll was
none if tho public's biislncMM-
"Thla mutter la purely ono requiring
"tho attention of Ihu Territorial tlrand
July Insisted Aylett when tho bribery
charges wcro given n partial vcntlln
tlon through tho Introduction of n let
ter to tho hoard from tho Mayor.
"Thcro Is not a man connected with
tho board of (supervisors who can
make mo opon my mouth In thla mat
ter." fairly shouted Aylett In his warm
opposition to the motion that tho brib
ery caso go beforo tho members of
tho board at meeting to bo called lit
tho earliest possible- moment.
It was a spirited meeting of tho
city and county fathers.
The cntlro board was prcront. In
tho hall wcrp soatcd Mayor Kern, Sec
rctnry Hlvenburg, Supervisors l.ognn,
Aylett, Ahla, Cox. Kano, Qulnn, Mo
(J'clliin. while other nt another tnblo
Clly and County Attorney John Cnth.
cait and Deputy Fled Mllvcrtou were
IntercHtcd spectators. Joseph Oilman,
who lopriisents tho Jlltulthllc" 1'ave
ment Company and tu which concern
the board endeavored to award tho
contract to pivo Fort strc t appeared
considerable )ntcicatcd In tho proceol
Mayor Kern set tho ball to rolling
by calling tho attention of tho board
to the' bribery charges In the follow
log manner. , .
In his letter, Fern otatcd:
"I beg tn call your attention to cer
tain matters that appeared lit, n morn
ing paper relative to alleged attempt
of certain parties to bribe a member
of this body In relation to hjs vol"
In regard to overriding of the Mayor's
veto of the ordlnuuco culling tor the
paving of Fort street.
"I would) suggest that the matter
he'lald before n special committee to
leport to tho board at Its regular
meeting ,to be held on Tuesday even
ing, Juno Slst.
Supervisor Qulnn was upon his feet
immediately following the reading of
the communication fiom Mayor Fern
"This Is n matter that warrants the
utmost publicity,'' ho anld. Thla In
vestigation should not conio before a
special committee, meeting In oxecu
'ttvo session, Tho case should como
bolero a, public gathering of tho Ixiard,
open lonll'coincrrt and tho mora pre
Bent,tho better K, wilt bo for all con
cerned. I, "
Thorn, sJiouM ha no secrecy In mak
IngStu investigation of allegations
that attpinptsj huvo boon made to pur
chase tie Yotw'o'f certain mombora of
thla hoard.' ,lt Is duo to every citizen
and taxpayer that thn Investigation bo
public and opon to all,
Kane, did not seo tils way In sup
pnrt Qulnu's, motion. "Tho matter
should comq' bororo tho City and
'County Attorney, and If they discover
that 'an attempt has been made at
bribery of a supervisor, It Is then a
matter for tho Orand Jury."
Aylett sprang to his feet and de
nounced thn proposition that tho al-
locutions that himself or member
Ahla had been approached by tho Illtu
llthlo paving representatives ho nlred
111 iinlillft. '
I will go beforo tho Territorial
PrandfJury aud toll everything. I
11 HAT CKAHFOItJ SAVSt
1 iii'tcr (pfl'crcil Alit.i fir Aylelt n
rent for lliclr votci In a proposition
t iivt-rrlilr llie Major's trio on (lit
pining ordlnnnrr. I spoke In Ajlrlt
mnl Ah l.i mill also the .Major, stating
Hint tlirj' would cot the support of
Hie liu'.lui's' men If (hij- nctcil for
llir nrillniiiirr. Slvlceii hundred del-
"! ltlillculmu. I tl.Ink I.nrrln
.vmlirvvs Is nt tlir Imttniii of IliN In
mi attempt In dlirrrillt inc. I defy
Ajlrlt to my I offered him a bribe."
WHAT AYLRTT fAYS:
"I will tell llio dram! Jury what I
know unit I Hill till llio truth. I
Ijiii'I itMrn liti I I tin tnjttiln hmv linn 4
Hints, . imoii sin I'ti'i'iv ns ""iii
the allrmntcd briber). I "111 tell
name of the person hIki told mo
arrepl the ! before the (Iran.l
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WHAT t'ATIirAHT SAYS:
, "This inciter wlll'lir probcil to the'
hutlnm mid tltoriiughl) Irivrstlgateil."
uttntitinttitnnaits s: rs ii
THREE YEARS ,
Pleaded Guilty To Seven
' Charges Of
This morning nt the police court
Yco Dong You, a Korean who pleaded
guilty to sovoit charges of larcny, was
sentenced to three yenrB lmpilson
ment altogether. Ho also had sus
pended sentences of thirteen months
icglsterrd against him for tho remain
Ing four ehaigos. Tho Korean Ik a
member of a gang of thieves who hnve
been githcrlng in harness, nutn a,mpa,
tools and an) thing else that generally
Is to bo found a rutin d n stable or
Things would have been vvorsn for
Yeo Dons You only for tho fact that
he had helped Chief McDuKle to ro
cover a lot of tho stolen goods, and
consequently tho Judge was asked to
let him nlT as lightly as possible.
That thero Is a gang of Korean
Ihlcvea working the city. Is tho linn
conviction of McDulUe, and other
arrestB may be mado in tho near
Hrtf t l4
havo .nothing to say to tho members
of thla board or any ono etso regard'
lag tho matter. It la n matter that
does not concern the public or thn
Quiuu again took tho door and stat
ed that tho city newspapers had made
much of tho bribery case and ho there
forebclleved that a public ventilation
would prove beneficial.
"Thla is a serious matter." replied
Aylett, "and it should como before
tho (Iranil Jury In private. This board
has not tho right to Investigate Its
members continued tho Iralo super
visor but ho changod his mind when
tho by-laws wore sprung upon him
and tho powers of thu body wcro well
defined In this instance.
According to Deputy Attorney Ml
vorton the city attorney's olllco dias
no tnnglblo proof, that bribery hn'f.
been attempted He suggested tn the
hoard that dnfltilte charges ho maiU
that can come under a well denned
Investigation,. Tho olllco Is said to
hayo received a number if vague ru
mors but thoro Is nothing that can ho
taken as material for a Grand Jilry
to work upon.
Ho requested that Aylett meet with
the city and county attorney at tho
close of tho noon meeting. At this
Aylett demurred and claimed thut he
must ho allowed to have An Import
ant Interview with his nttorney who Is
believed to bo Carlos Uuig.
When Ayltlt mado his vehement
(Continued on Pace 2)
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY'bF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNE 14. 1910. 10 PAGES.
Aylett Defied To Make
ANDREWS AT BOTTOM
Declaring that ho believed thut
Ixirrln Andrews, In his opinion, was
responsible for the rlrculntlon of tl e
report of attempted bribery, Willie
(Irnwfnrd denied absolutely this
morning that he npprnnched Ahl.i or
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'yIrlt w" ' n I,r"ml80 (,f roward ,r
Jthcy voted In Hitiport of the Fort
tcH mvlnR """wet. In overriding
tho veto of the Mayor.
Tho allegation of attempted brib
ery made by Aylett will coma before
tho Territorial Orand . Jury at Its
ecsulon.tomorrow, when thn Inquis
itors hold their regular' weekly ses
sion. tjuporvlsor Aylett promlsoi that
when ho Is called beforo the Inquis
itors he will dlvulgo tho name of tho
"young man" who approached him
with tho offer of SI 600. In tho In
terval he Is silent und rcfuce3 to di
vulge tho name of tho tempttr.
The denials of bribery from every
one interested in tho outrijmo of the
paving deal are emphatic, Joseph Oil
man declaring that Crawford ban no
connection with those interested In
tho bltullthlc paving nnd that tho
charges of bribery or crookedness
are absolutely untrue within his
When nsked this morning, City and
County Attorney Cathcart stated that
thq chnrge of uttompled bribery
brought by Aylott, with tho Intima
tion that Crawford was mixed up in
It, would be thoroiiRhfy Investigated
and if found to bo groundless every
effort vmdo to dlscovor who waa re
sponsible for the circulation of the
report. The Clly nnd County Attor
ney did not say that tho case would
bo brought beforo tho Grand Jury at
Its session tomorrow, but It is und'
erstnnd that a beginning on tho In
vestlgntton will begin tomorrow nnd
that no time will bo lost In giving
Aylett nn opportunltyNto dlvulgo the
name of hla attempted briber to tho
Crawford stated this morning that
ho had spoken to both Ahla nnd Ay
lett on the question but In tho same
manner, na any citizen might advise
a courso of action that ho thought
''I also spoke tp tho Mayor,' said
Crawford. "I (oliLhlm that, he would
be a hard man to bent If he signed
tho paving nrdlnnnco nnd be, Joking
ly, smiled and put his hand behind
'I don't enrn what tho people say
about tjio attempted bribery. I will
tell thb namo of tho person who told
mo to accept tho 11600, If I voted In
favor of tho bltullthlc schomo."
Supervisor Aylett mado this state
ment today when seen on tho street.
Ho sn(d that he was prepared to go
befpro the Grand Jury nnd djsclnso
tho name of tho person who spfftto to
him about the offer.
r know what I am talking about
and, when tho proper time comos I
will give out the name or names of
tho people who hnvo talked to ma
about the proposition."
"Hnvo you boon given Ingul advice
as to whether It Is. beet for you to
speak on the matter or not!" Aylett
Well, I will nnt say anything
about It now," bo answered.
You get the
i 0 n S'R a i I r 0 a ijlAccident
Rn II I
NEW YORK. June 14. Announce-
racnt was made today that a Euro-
pcan syndicate .has taken np the
twenty-five millions of Southern Pa-
cine bonds issued to reimburse the
company for its expenditures in con-
structinc the San Francisco tcrmi-
This lan;c purchase of American
recuritics abroad has had the cHect
of s'.rjnwthcninR Rcneral financial
ondlt.ias. 'and relieving a markit
'hat was suffering from the effects of
the issue of several new securities of
krp;e totals. -
p nT-TTTNft TO
X? AJTXX 1 111 U 1U
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GUTHRIE, OWa-, Tnn(r-14. Great
excitement, prevails here today as n
result of the determination -to pre
vent the removal cf the State Capi
ta to Oklahoma City, that was recently-selected
rs the capital city at
a popular election.
The election, however, is contest
ed, and until the ccnUst is settled,
the Guthr'e citizens refute to allow
Governor Haskell'to remove the State
records from the Capitol.
COLOGNE. June 14. Two hun-
dre dpcrsons have been drowned in
the floods that swent the valley oft
the river Ahr. Whole villages have
been swept awav.
ONLY HIS COAT .
COMO, Italv, June 14. Later in
formation shows that only the coat
oi iinancsioa, inc man wno accom
panied Mrs. Castle, has been found
Father Turns Over Autos
And Site To Son For
Thirty thousand, thirty-two dollars
and five cents Is the amount named
In the transfer of tho automobile- bus-
IncsH and premises at tho corner of
Alnkcn and Hotel streets from
Oeorgo C, Hockley, 8r., to George C.
Tho deed of transfer was made on
Juno 10 and filed In the lltircnu of
Conveyunws, by which tho properly
is trunsforred subject to tho
mom uy joung urtmuy ui um
amount Invested In monthly Instnl-
ments. .Two hundred nnd fifty dolIarB
is to bo pnld monthly for the first
four months, commencing July 1,
-ml r,-,5iii ilmt ilmn until the whole
amount is paid tho monthly pay
ments nro to bo of $150 each.
Tho younger Ileckley has glvon his
life Insurance policy for J25.000 ns
security and agrees to pay tho wholo
Investment und Interest to hla father
..Jn ll,n' nnnJIllnno nnnisil
under the conditions named.
Tho papers In tho enso Bhow thut Ainliews wno was aiiornoy lor me no- K wr Tomorrow morning' tho Jius
the promises were bought fgr Sir.,- fensfi went to Maul today and for that ,,, wlM ,,, tn nx,,ian ,ovv t g
292.00 nnd that improvements and
three automobiles cost M,028.40, the
remainder ni uie piircnusu pricn m-
Ing interest, taxes und premiums on
the life Insurance policy,
news when you read
WASHlNfiTON. n n.. June u..
The conference report on the railtoad
hill was presented to the Senate to-
Tho cablts do imt state whether
tho limo provision to extend the
Interrtate (iminiruii law tu the Inter-
Island tratlle of Hawaii was approved
bv the conference r not, but Mr.
M-Inn of the inter island company
states that Manager Kennedy Is on
his way to Kun Frunclsco and it la
usrumed that he nou'd havo remain-
ed In Vushlngtnn If the House plan
for Hawaii had been In danger of be
SAN FBANCISCO. June-14
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 4d.; parity,
5.05e. Previous Quotation, 14s. 6d.
Constituents To Be
The Housn members' dohnto on tho
methods of portioning out Federal
money for Hawaii ih oi n must uuer
catlng nature. Homo members are of
tho opinion that Hawaii should bn
specially favored as against nthor
Territories -qii account of tho way
she handed hcnelf over to Uncle
The cniitlntied debate follAws;
Mr. Fltrgcrald. I nm neither de
fending nor apologizing for this
opinion of' tho comptroller. He
states hlimelf that be has hold the
other way, He also states that the
question is not nt all free from
doubt, nnd that he would have been
very g'ad tn have united with tho
Secretary of tho Interior In inviting
an opinion of the Attorney -General
as to tho propriety nnd correctness
of his opinion, and thnt In view of
the doubt ns tu the correctness or
I (Continued on Pace 10.)
, QUARANTINE FRIDAY
Jlo ,,,,., of , nniJ F.
nno ,lnnilgrnntll w,, Hrrlv;,, ,
.,.. nll all, i?rMy afternoon bb pas-
seng'rs by tl7o Pnelflo Mail liner HI
berla wl ho released from tlo Fed
ernl quarantlno station on June 17th,
Ono mirpr-rt, a Itiinnlnn glr was the
,U""' "f detention of tho entire party
,m of stoerago piisscngers.
Unless fresh symptoms nt suppos-
, ,,,, , .,, .,ir.i u.,..if
, r,,mKrHjitx will be ftco In acceit
employment either In Honolulu or on
On to Halelwn for tho summer
months. Vou will derive all of thoj
IWIICIHH ill a lll'lllllHU'l Yiiynisu Ul i.
quarter of the expense.
Thp CM0 of W()1K clllrk ,, pJnv.
cn others who wero charged with bo-
tug present at' a g-inibllng gimo hsvo
nnu Vtiim utitll n I n I ! lfffll ljirsln
gone over until a later oaio, i.orrin
reason inq case was iiumpunen. (
., ,o ,, ,10neIti m ,,.
timva t)l ,,ay H ,)w 1
,,euven Is deaf to us wicn wo are
blind tn others.
Off The Harbor This
The Mntnon Navigation liner Wll- feeling tcmorary rcpalro wat
hclmlnn, seven dayn from Snn l'nin- rlcd along without delay.
rlsro, arrived off the port of tlonn-
Ijilii at nn early hour this morning
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linn iiiiiiii-umii-'iy ii, miii ii-tituuiK iiiv
qonrantlno trouble developed in her
cnglno room nnd signals of distress
were unfurled to tho breeze. '
Tho Wilhelmlnn wns placed out of
commission shortly beforo 6:30 this
morning by tho cracking of her In-
tormcdlate cylinder head. Luckily
no ono connected with the cnclnecr's
staff happened to be In Proximity of
tho scene of tho accident, or else
ono or more fntnlltls might have
been recorded In connection with llm
unfortunate accident which befell tho
lirfdo of tho Mntson fleet. ' -
The trln down from Han Krnnrl.,.,,
Is reported by tho ship's ofnWr to
have been n fdeasant one and with-
out startling Incident. Tho ghost of
Old IMIIkln .11,1 not n.nb 1,1. ,.,m,r.
nnro on board tho bill), until nftcr
llio frowning headlands of Onliu ,
hnvo in sight.
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Many of tho passengers wero not
, ' , i . ii i .
unuiu iti ill, ncuuim IIUUIIII1 lliiu
occurred ultli thn iniicfilnnrv nnilf
. , , , , ...
somo hours had elapsed and tho vos-t
sei rcniniiicii ouuiuin mo narnor unit
the Matson tug Intrepid bad hurried
to llio scene.
liiici i.ngineor Joscpn narkcr went
asnnrc as soon ns possible and ho
uniin'il it ,nH.i11t..ltnn -.111. il.
.-w. .. .. v.,..n...,..u,.i. nun inu v-
pen .u mo iionoiuiu iron vvorKs.'
The piollmlnary work towards cf-
HANDS OF LAW
Two Men Threaten To
Two men are at present In cella, nt
tho police station charged with using
thieatcnlng language to their wives,
Akuna mis gathered In on Friday lust,
I iiiiii iiih roiunrK. in ins uno inai leu to
his aiiest was; "Vell. jou wnlt till
Wednesday, when I'll get somo money
to buy a levolvcr, I'll finish you sure
then." Ho nppeared In court yester
day, and Judge Andrado nsked him
what he had to say In reply tp, tho
charge. "I said that alright; r love
my wife." Tho Judge thought thai
shunting a wife waa a strange way to
exptnsH love and, to spoil' Akimn's lit
tle murder party for Woduesdny, or
iloroil tint tho man bo kept In custody
till Thursday when hu will appear In
Then this morning Oeorgo Kallll
k-inn begun to suspect that be loved
his wife too much to allow her to livo
mi ns ho was leaving homo bn re
marked: "I'm going to gel drunk und
then I II come home nnd kill you nnd
tlivunlr All rntnli- tilt WA tnnnl ni'nln '
,,; alrB ,,, llol W(irry ,,.'
, Mlnir drimlc imrH.1 l.n i.w.i-rnni
but rIiq objected to being mado a hub
Jert for u coroner's Inquest. There.
font a warrant was sworn out for
Rcorgte, and ho was taken to tho k
,,c tat0 mmlB jBK Bml XVthout
. . . .t.
i,HVii,B cinllIsil In the gore of his lov
tmt ho wants to show his affection for
his wife by cutting her throat.
No true American girl will wed
n foreigner, with or without i title.
The Bulletin's Inst circula
tion increase record 600 HEW
DAILY SUBSCRIBERS IN 00 BAYS
i open to the verification of every
PRICE I cum
Forced Tp Stopj
Herernl hundred people nvvnltcd
the arrival of the Wilhelmlnn at tho
it... i....r .i.i- i e.-;,-
i-iiimmi muni mil morning. All
sort of vvild rumors were soon nllontJ
rerardlng tho failure of the vessel, to
negotiate tlm channel nnd cnme'lnlo
"IB '""""or. II was stated that.-tho
'Mn,son l)t bad gouo on tho reef
wl,lc" llnpH Inn cnlranc" to tho port'
""ll onolderable color was lonttoj
"''" ""PP'Mlllon by. tho hurried "caiil
nf ,,lq '"trepld. which vvni seen to
",'"" " ,lno lrom lllc MB steamer and '3
"' "" '"lontB and purpose tuw tboj
Wilhelmlnn to n moro favorable!
1 According -In u gtntrrornl glvcnl
- "'" nn l,oaru' '" "'"a I'lornJ
lnR " '" ,,c,lfM;d thnl ,no "P!so
lho p"Klnc8 ,,MI bo eompleted vvlthlij
" ,x"' "ll"rl tlmr; T,U! ol"rB Br.1
Inclined to mlnlmlzo the Imiiorlance
of ',l0. ,ro,",',0' T,,' ,,,,rc,ll, "ln.,J?.
inWlful Irllia dnlu nnh tint Hlpiiiilml
. ' v.. ...v Ui. .........,-
"I"1 "" " ,,IL' ,I1,RO wuri uuring
tho morning hours nnd the larger
, . , ., "sH
""'"''cr of ciblti passengers and "nil?
.nstioro by the
ashore by the company tug.
mlnii arrived with nine-
fv-frnlr HMrlrn ,if ninlntf.n.l tin.tl nh.l'.
,10Ut tw t()llM,ld 0Bg of A
cutro. There aro two iiuloinobllcil
for nn , aho a considerable ship.
ment of freight will bo transported!
....... ' f
in ma iiauall metropolis.
No live- slock was carried by tbol
(Continued on Pace 2)
Japanese In Quest "tOfl
Birth Certificates Arc!
.lumuuisa . -A
The front entrance to tho Palace?
this morning resembled n "vrelb
stocked geta shop In Toklo or Naga
snkl with a supply of cetna iiisitl
forms, shnpet and sizes, whose wear;
era wcro Inside the opice of tho Tcr3
Moro than n score of persona were
In tho olllco ut ono time this morn
ing, all tn get birth registration ccr"
tlflcntes for their children' und "thq
building, according to Jnpancoo cua-
tom, made thinga look like a Japan-
ese Invasion of the Pulaco precincts!;
All who could bo accommodated In'
the J-'cerctarjB olllco were present'
and t tho Inrge i orrldor lit tho head
or inn stairway woio many otiirra sit
ting on the cbiilrs under portraltsjo
Hawaiian royalty, or squatting on tho
floor by reason of not finding avail-
able ctuil ru In which tn olL
It took both father und mother," In
many Instances to bring In one child
for registration, but In other' cases
rnco vulclilo was not lu evidence
wnon (ouiues snowed up wtiu two;
three and four children
Juno !I0 Is lho last day upon Wlct
.... . ... If' r4
lilrlh ceriiucatcs win uo issu4I."m
Territorial documents, nnd the.JatW
uneso aro coming early nnd Into m
, ,.... ui t..,.. - 'ia
uruur iiiiii. iiinir cuuureii limy low
the coveted papers which watf
inoir American cltlionshlp atrji
day In the distant future wttetii
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