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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4030.
10 FADES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1010. 10 PAGES,
MICI I CIHTI.
I VOTE OF OAHU
YOUR STORE QROWS, OR GOES S
BACKWARD EVERY DAY AND .J
THE ADVERTISIKO DECIDES 1 1
LONGWGRTH PRESIDES AT
COLUMBUS, 0., July 26. Con
gressman x,ongvortn was sctecicu
without opncsition as the temporary
chairman of the Republican State j
convention that opcneJ its sessions
The convention nromiscs a lvely
strjR(,lc for contiol between the in-
cntranta ujlin art bnflritiiT av.Pia.
tary Garfield and the regulars. Long-
worth by his Congressional ic:orJ is
slated with the regulars.
25 DEAD IN
DEES, Hungary, Julv 26. Twenty-five
people nerished here today in
the flood following; a cloudburst.
HAWKE DEAD '
i r i '
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 26.
Bear-Admiral Hawke died here to
day. Admiral llnwkc w-us fiom Peniisyl
vniila: born January :il. 1841. He
served tlirough the Civil War as ns
Blatnist surgeon Ills hint active duty
was In charge of Hip Naval Hospital
at Muto Uland, 1900 03.
AVANA. Cubai Julv 26. Gov
ernment troops have been sent to El
Caney tc auell an insurrection move
ment that is lcpoited to have started
ia that section.
LINCOLN, Neb., July 2G. The
Rep.ublican Staie convention opened
its session here today,
CUP YACHT RACE
On Sunday !at tlio Charlotto C
had bad luck In tlio nrtiund the Uland
race for tlio Governor's Cup. Slio car
ried ,nwny lur spinnaker when tilt Ka
lulled, and when hIio woh at leant bov
en uillCH III tlio lead. She afterward
struck a raliu and was then passed by
llio (llndys which kt'it the lead to tlio
Tlio OludyH' tlmo fr Iho raeo wan
10 hours, 32 minutes IS seconds, and
she liont the Chnilotto C actual time
by 7 minutes; with tlmo allowance
fill! defeated her opponent hy 35 min
utes 33 seconds.
The Gladys, Charlotto C. and Ka
.Tnehamelia got away nit July 33, at
four flftcen o'clock. The first lioat
finished at IMS on July ,!4; the Char
lotto C. ranie In at 1:63, and tlio Ka
laehamcha at 2.31.
IN GOLDEN STATE
The MntEuu Navigation ttealusblp
Wlllielmlua arrived ut Sail Francisco
Tho Wlllielmlua carried the joung
ladles ni d chapeiono, winners In too
tecont popularity contest conducted
Jy the i: v o n n g II u 1 1 e 1 1 u.
Voyage Down Was Devoid
Of Any Exciting
"Yes," said Mate Johnson or llih
Mollllon this morning, "no had a lino
trip down and made good time. W
went a little further south than the.
other two yachts, but the wind win
very light all the time. I hac been
over this stretch of water many many
tluTps and for years sailed In the An
drew Welch and Annie Johnson."
I T. Ward, who brought the Mol
lllou down for her owner, Is u brother
of W S Ward, once of (Una, Hawaii.
Mr. Ward knows many people In Ho
nolulu, and Is n busy man at present
He Is removing his belongings from
the trim little craft this afternoon
nml will take up his residence In the
city for u couple ot weeks.
The crew pf the Sweetheart did
well In the kntikau line as they had
chicken nearly every day. Out of a
dozen ftjio hens only one was left
when the yacht docked at Alakea
street jesterd.iy. The hen was teth
ered by the leg to the mast and she
unconcernedly' pecked nt some wheat
that was thrown to her by the cook.
Most of the visiting yachtsmen were
being taken to see the beach, the
1-lka club, and other points of Interest
on this hot and dry day. The three
achts aro at the Alakea street wharf
and they are docked one after the
other In tho manner in which they tin
ished In the long race across the l'a
elite. The Kulumunu II Is ulso ut the
same placo nnd sho rounds out the
"Whew" remarked one of the crew
of the Mollllou this morning down nt
Alakea street wharf, "but It Is hot
down here. Still this Is it greut place
to dock the hookers, and 1 think I'll
go up town and have a louk at the
Mate Johnson of the Mollllou states
Hint on the second day out from San
I'edro, two schooners wero sighted;
the cssels woro evidently making
down for Mexican ports.
The voyago down of the threo
yachts showed nothing remarkablo
and, bejond schools' of flying llsh, and
n few porpoises, which played around
the little racers, there was nothing
living seen tor two thousand uilles.
IN LOCAL STOCKS
Notwithstanding tho fact that Ha
waii wus threatened with tho blight
of I'lohlbltlou Iho scuro, If unr there
was, soon evaporated when It vvns
seen early In tbu day that Woolleylsm
was klllod. mid tho local stock market
did a nourishing business as compared
with that transacted yesterday.
Although thero was n fairly good
volume of business dono at session
sales. It wua confined sololy to Oulm
Sugar, 140 shnrcs, In ten different lots
moved at 31.(125. This has been tlio
prevailing quotation for several days.
Ono block of seven shares of Kwn
went nt session sales nt 31.125. This
price Is a shudo below tho Inst pic
Ilctvvcen hoards n variety of stocks
moved. II. II. A. M. to tho tuno of
one hundred shares weio snapped up
at 19 50. I'loueer showed a block of
S nt 227. This Is nil advance ovor
tho last previous sale which was
NInety-threo Olni nt 0 12.. 2.1 Haw
,C. & S. Co. nt 40.75, 15 Wnlalim at
I 129, and SO I'ala nt .130 vveiu among
tho between boa ids sales.
I ka m
Considering what wo l.now about
genus and Infection nowaday, It's a
wonder tbut our granduiothera lived
to be ten years old WuBhliigttui Her
old. You can never tell how a summer
, girl looked nt the breukfust table by
I the way shu looks when she occupies
n humiriock late In the uftornuou.
Partial Reports Indicate Citizens Are Casting
Their Ballots Against Plan Of
Heparin recti led nt iiiimi tda) from the polling places throughout He Maud of Halm Indicate n derisive
defeat for Hie prohibition propaganda.
The number of votes cust ii'i to iiimiii nlo linllraled that Hie vote on the plebiscite "III be light on tbihii,
although man) will not cast their m c until h.te this afternoon.
In main of Hie precincts the in Jorllj of Hie votes east this morula'.- appear to be overwhelming!) against
prohibition, mid similar reports are being retched from Hie outside precincts. .
liver) effort Is belli made to bring out as large n vote us possible to secure a conclusive expression of
public opinion and when the polls closll.Is afternoon there is ever) possible Indication that Hie returns vtlll show
ii sweeping victor) for Hie opponents of prohibition.
At any time this afternoon that
the entire number of electors In nnv
pieelnct huve rust their ballots the
polls may be closed and the count
made, and uu this u wnint some of
the polls may close as early as 4
o clock uttd perhaps earlier. i
That Hie polls muy close when nt
electors have .cast their ballots was
the statement iniide by Secretary
Mott Smith when nfl.ed about the
matter Uils afternoon. i
lu addition to having the polls
close who! all had voted, it was'
nlsotnted by 'the Sc.etnry that tho -
count In any precinct could be mndei
when the polls had c'osed heforn 5
o'clock for tho tcaron of all votes
being In. ' 1
In ninny If not all o," the precincts , mil 'li that It wus noticeable during) first hour tbut tho polls were open,
there are a number of votcis regis- the early hours. i Fifth of Fourth
tcred at the Inst election who arel The quietness of the voting wnsj (1: the Fifth' of the-Fourth, ut
now out of the Territory or In wmo remarkable. Voters cnnie In by twos Thoimis Squuro, the little Irqn-roof-uses
Jiuve died. This will reduce ard tlnees at times, but mostl) the) ,., voting booth had u larger mlmber
tho total vote tomowhnt, and taking struggled along one ut a time, am) It than the precincts on either side,
this Into constdeiatlou It Is .likely ; was ninny minutes between voters p,)r t;ie j,,.t two lourB nt Thomas
tliut tne icsuli of tlio city win no
known hy (1 o'e'o k and of the en
tire Island hy 8 this evening.
First of Fourth.
There was Ihtle excitement' at Wnl
aluo and Kupahulu voting pieelnct
and nt eleven o'clock this morning 3X -
votes vv-rio east out of a total regis-, B"riIeU behind closed lip,
trntlon of 177. It was an early voto.i T1"'r seemed to he no prohlbl
23 ciiBtlng tholr ballots during the "" sentiment loose around thoso
fliet houK No piohlbltlon workers polling places at all. There was llt
wero found at this precinct. The tie talk, all) way. hut what little
"no's" mo predicted will carry two to
ono ngnluBt hero.
Second of Fourth.
Out on King street, nt tho polling
place of the Second of the Fourth,
uluety-threo voters hnd appeared up
to noon and things looked quite here.
This wus practlcully u third of the
In these precincts the sentiment
and tulk around the booths and out
side among the few hangers-on was
ull ngult.st prohibition, and If thero
were any piohlbltlanlsts present at
all they kept their opinions clohel)
Z-jZ--- r .
Early Voting Light,
the voting (Hiring
hems was light Ii. many of lb pie
ducts, the first ttvo hours showing
u ; but a small luoportlon of the
Kver) thing wa quiet In all of
there preci-iots. -Theie'vvas no rush
nt any time during' the morning
liourr, and Horn Indications up until
noon It appeared that about a two-
thirds ve'e would bo cast before the
polls clota this afternoon,
j - ew Hawa.tans.
In tlio prceluds named, the vote
cast early In the day was almost
wholly that of linole ee.tors, the
lliiwallans being In the mluoilty so!
miring Hie greater part of the morn-
'" . ed voting strength of 317 had cust
Inspectors Idle. ' their ballots.
Klectlon Inspecting had little to Until after the noon hour the Ual
do In the fnretoon, and the greater lotlng in the Fifth of the Fourth
pait of the time could sit tilted back ronllmivil light. Practically ono
In their chairs, with feet e'evated, third of the total registered voters
and 1Im:uhs the merits or the ques-'f u10 ,0 ncl ,nj tBHt iholr bal
tlon Involved while waiting for vot- ilK uy tlt, uo i,ullr( tho number
ers to appear. i voting at that time being 104 out of
mere was was an mr me ami sum
Out of 208 voters registered on tho
lists (17 had cast a ballot ut tho vot-j
Ing booth at Puliation and Wilder
Aveniio at eleven o'clock this morn -
Ing. The voting was regular and as
this dlstilct taps Mnnon valley a llt-
"H"l"i"l"l' vt '
,tle over Mxty-flvo lercent of the rog
istrutlon Is exiected will be cast from
this precinct. Tho anil's wero strong'
ly In the lead.
Third of Fourth.
Klghty votes were cast nt King and
I'linalmi! polling place ut eleven
o'clock this morning. The no's (mi
ll umbered the )es about two to one.
There Is a total registration of 302
votes In this precinct.
Fourth of Fourth.
(Inventor Krcnr cast his vote at tho
lire station, Keeniimokii and Wilder
Avonuo nt nlno o'clock this morning.
One hundred and two votes were
polled hero at 11:45 this morning. Tho
total registration numbers 333 voters.
Thirty-live votes were cust during ttiu
Square, elchty-ono out of n reglstor-
u registered stienglh of 317.
The vote kept stringing along ut
the Thomas Square voting booth.
One bund red and five ballots hud
been cant up to 11:50 this morning. A
total registration of 3111 voters Is
credited to this precinct. No troublu
hus la on experienced. A heavier vote
Is looked Tor between two and flvo
o'clock this arternoon. This Is creds
ed with being u "wot" precinct.
Sixth of Fourth,
A rather heavy voto wus cast at the
South and Kuwulahao street polling
place when the place was opened for
business this morning, One hundred
and forty-eight votes wero cast at
IM this morning There Is regis
tered 429 voters nt this precinct. One
police otllcer was found stntloned hero
but quiet and tho best of order pro
(Continued on Face 2.
INCIDENTS OF Qriign
MnDiuiiur. vrnr uillill
Sentiment Against Prohi
Sheriff III Henry was a busy man
during tho day. He was an Intercst-j
oil visitor at tho First 1'ieclnct of
the fourth District. The .Sheriff was
met on the rond to Honolulu's suburb
and accosted hy several acquaintances
who were anxious to learn whether
tho Territorial ofllclal was out on n
still hunt for Iho lato and lamented
Anderson (Irnce or Just out putting
In a (inlet boost for tho cauro ot
"Woollolsm.'' The Sheriff's rig made
several halts along the roadside and
he tfas observed to engage In close'
conversation with isisslhle Hawaiian
The representatives selected to look
ufur the untl-prohlhltlon movement
predict that at least two-thirds of tho
vote tbut will be cast at the third
precinct of the fourth district will bo
In favor of supporting tho present
laws. The prnhlbs are declared will
have no show for victory lit this lire
clnct. The exprosrlnn ttji.- mantled tho
features of Liiirln A. Thurston as he
silently watched the coustnnt stream
of ballots fal Ing Into the box nt the
Thirteenth ot the Fourth ut noon to
day greatly tekembled Hint worn by
an indiscrete out li who had becamo
n victim of overindulgence In gree'i
tipples. Th.iiston did not remain very
long In mi atmosphere that fairly
reeked with defeat for the prohibition
'I know of sit votes Hint wero caBt
for prohibition u l'auon district." de
clared a watcher this morning.
The vitn nt prnctlcnlly all tho pro-
clncirf will bo a luto one. Tho fuct
thot many place of business closed
then doors nt oiih o'clock this nfter
noon was tho cause of a light vote be
ing cast at a majority of tho precinct!
(polling plates this morning.
A number of aged men. Inmates of
I.uualllo Home were brought down to
the Houitb of tho Fourth precinct poll-'
Ing plncu this morning and enst their
votes This is iilwu)s considered n
big event In the uniials of that Instl-,
lutlon Tho old men wero uccorded '
every kindness In their visit to ,tho
1 ml li. i
Mayor Joseph J. Fern visited most
of the city Klllng fices during thd
day and was nn Inteiestcd spectator
ns the battle of the ballots waged.
Contrary to expectations, tho Knka
nko precinct pinved ono of the quiet
est election districts of tho city. Not
withstanding that but one ofllcer vvns
stationed there, Hint official had but
little to do, A big vote Is predicted
will bo cusl there during tho nfter
noon Tho prohibitionists abandoned
Hits field nt nn early hour their work
ers having been called In and sent;
to other districts,
Sheriff Jarrett rcjiortcd a small mlx-i
up between spectators at the Four
teenth of tho Firth soon nfter Iho
onenlnc of the noils this morning.'
The nttulr wus onslly quelled without
uny uriests having been mndo. ,
."Where Is Woolley." was the query
upon the lips of tho little band of
"uilterrlfled prohibitionists" who brav
ed the certain prospect of nn over
whelming defeat mid visited somo of
the voting places this morning"
"Woolley Is perhaps making arrange
ments for his little exclusion up Salt
Cieek" wns n rejoinder coming from'
one who had heard this query for the
twuittiotli lime At any rato tho self
confessed rather ot sightless swlno
wns painfully conspicuous Uy his ub
senco nt tho various polling places lo-(
What will the politicians do when
all the wires are put underground?
A man's wife Is never more eco
nomical than when she buys his sockti
and ties. I
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., July 20.
William J. Bryan's scheme of county
option for the control of the liquor
ttafllc was adopted today by the
Democia c convention in session
hcie. A majority of the delegates
on the platform committee have de
clared themselves in opposition to
this proposed plank, but it finally
BELFAST, July 26. Three were 'J
iviucu aim many injured ncre today
by a fire that destroyed the Kelvin
ATLANTIC CITY. N' .1. July 12.
(lleiin II Curtlss today tossed
oranges as mimic bombs within three J
feet ot the decks of the yacht John!
1'-. Mehrer II., used In place of ill
battleship urrat.ged to demonstrated
tho utility of the aeroplane In coast!
The mo.k bombs were dropped"
from a height of about 300 feet and.
Curtis purposely failed to strike thu)
jaclit for rear of Injuring the offi
cials and passengers uu her decks. '
Visiting exports agreed that ex-3
pertinents shovved that a licet of noro-v
planes armed with bombs could'.
wieel, mi) warship before guns could il
ho trained on them. l
Cuitlss was Hying about 4,'. mlle'sj
mi hour when be dropped thai
"bombs," and nftlclnls on the docks!
of the )ncht declared Hint ho vvnsj
within accurate distance fur rilte flroj
U sj than half a minute.
Curtlrs also diop'pod oranges over!
a formication marked out on thftj
bench, making prnctlcnlly every Bliotl
a hit." although tho trajectory way
sometimes 30 degrees because of ttjol
wind and bis speed
Itetiirns of tho plebiscite will bo U
H illsplajed In trout of the Hullo. U
tt tin omoe this afternoon nnd St
it evening heglnlilg with the flret tt
It results from the smaller country tt
tt precincts n
tt ir thero Is no nlteinpt (o mlx-up tt , i
mo cuaiu uiiu ooieai ine voter a ,
tt bv Iriegularitles. the count tor tt ,
tt this Island should be completed tt;
tt beforo durk. tU
tt The II ill let In has mido spe- tt J
tt clnl arrangements with the wire- tt
tt less for returns from tho other tt
tt Islands: Thepo should come In Xiiii
tt early nnd unless tlio vote Is very tt n
.. i ... i. ; . . ,.,.... ..
curse uie ri-iuiii glioma no kiiuwu t
tt by eight o'clock or nlno nt tho tt'
tt latest tt'1
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
Too many people look upon a frltndji
as u person they can make use of.
Some parents train their children litj
tho way they should go by hiring Ill-