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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H , TUESDAY AUO 2 1910
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BADGER'S EXTINGUISHERS and
CHEMICAL ENGINES, with a WATCH-'
MAN and WATCHMAN'S CLOCK should
be in every store-.
This equipment will protect you from
fire. Extinguishers, Chemical Engines and
Watchman's Clocks for sale by
J. A. Gilman
Fort Street, Honolulu
EXCAVATING, HLLINO, STONE WALL. CURBINO, SIDEWALKS,
ROADS, ETC.. ETC.
I will give you low figures oil any one of above differept kinds of
work that you may want figures on. Give me a chance.
VINEYARD STREET, EWA NUUANU STREAM
Office Hours 5:30 p. m. to 6:30 p.m. Phone 588
MEN'S LAUNDRY KORK
J. ABADIE, Prop. ( TELEPHONE 1401
TRENCH LAUNDRY - 777 KING
BY W. C. ACHI
(CoutinueJ from Page 1)
In the evening of July 7.
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Tl.o conferenco was arranged by
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i.Miuvstu uw DfHfc U nli;i:iU U1VHSCII'
gor to Achl's house, with the letter.
Achl. according to his statement thU
mornliiK did not want to numi'ml that i,
Illsllt nu hn hflil mnitn nrrntiirnmntit
. . .' T i i. . o;
to so elsewhere, lint on account of
tbo urgent request of tho messenger,
who according to Achl was told by
Matheson to irgo him to come by all
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euro was held In tho offlco pf Matho- ()lem '
son, and.no one was present during Afl f , u An(,reWB
tho conversation. len ,hat hf) wouM m,t be a.traot,
I want to say now that I was sent to the Hawaiian voters. I said to
for by tho Advertiser, through editor rrom niy own per8onal obserfattoni
Mnlheson.' said Achl this morning, ne ot wuCly known by ,10 Hn.
as ho prnduced his letter that lie re- wallnns, and therefore they would not
cclved from Matheson. I Noto f()r hmi 0cn t h8 nnmo woa
"I was slttlns ut my houso In tho put up--at the convention.' (
evening when n messenger, bearing "Andruws tried to urgo mo to
this letter, came and delivered It to change my views; but I would not
me," continued Achl. "After I read do so because I know what I was
the contents, I told the boy that 1 talking about. This conversation be
could not como to tho Advertiser of "tvuen Andrews and myself took placo
flee that night. Ilu urged nni to In the day time of July 1 And the
come any way. as thero was u mutter "Interview I had with Matheson was
of Importance to bo discussed that In the evening of tho shmo day.
night I "At tho Advertiser office In tho
"I know what was coining and, nc- overling Matheson asked me to do
cordlngly I went to see Matheson In tho same thing of which AndrowH had
hlii offlco. There was no one present, spoken to mo In the day time, Judg
except Taylor and tho other reporters log from that I felt sure Matheson
In the next room and Andrews had got together and
"When I sat down, Matheson asked decided to have mo come to tho Ad"
me If I had any objection to helping vcrtlser offlco. I declined to chnnge
J. C. Cohen for Senator and Judge my lews and comply with thp wlshop
Weaver for County Attorney. I told of Andrews and tho AdvertUer. They
him right thcro and then that I was could not, nor can any other man make
opposed to them both, mo sw allow things which I do not
"I told Matheson that as I had pre- conscientiously approyo, I Intend to
vlmiBly ronxented to give my support fight single handed, If ntcosaary. tin
for Cathcnrt for County Attorpey 1 Jll thq icsuH 'of the election ijias been
could not then, change my views and reached. f ' .
htippoit Weaver. 1 told him also that Laugh at Advertiser,'
. I hud promised Catheait to work for 'The Adverllsor Is very funny,"
lilm and I Intended to kevp.ro' word, continued Achl. "f the proprietors
"An for Wruver. I told Miilhesnn nf Unit nnwHiiniier tlioilirht! tliatll WB'
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that I could not possibly help him
(Woaver) because he himself (Weav
er) had said that ho would not con
sider any government ofllce, particu
larly that of tho County Attorney.
"Mathcbou nailed mo It I would sup-
ivi-t q. v fnrroq for reresentatte about a few followers Thats al
nnd I snld 'yes.' He tried to persuade right, let them think so, I eland ready
me to wlthdiaw my mipVort from to deliver the goods at a proper tlnio.
Cathcart; but I would not do It by any I urn simply doing what I think Is
meuriB." i right lu tho premises
Asked whether Matheson spoke for "I know positively that Andrew
or lu behalf of Lorrln Andrews. Achl and his combination ate fighting mo
stated that Muthesou never nudo any iHillllcally If Andrews thinks he can
Vnch statements, as coming fioni An whip mo ut tho coining campaign let
drew. Ho emphaslzod further the him 'go nt It.' I am prepared to como
fact that ho Intended to and would Into his own picclnct, If neccssiry,
woik for Cathcart, legardless of tho and fight him there. I mean u politi
and Country Stores
attacks of the Ailvortlser or anj;oth
cr nubile criticism. , !
Andrewi Comet In.
"Tlio whole thins Is this," continued
Achl "In the afternoon of July 7.
Andrews enne to me nnd asked me
to rIvo my support for Weaver In-
. strati of Cathcart. Ho asked mo also
I to support Cohen, whom ho thought
( would he a Rood man for Senator.
"I told hi pi then that Cohen was
lint n 1TIrti timn linnntiust li ln..1 (t.n
t-,i'm iiiuii uviuunu iiu tWA Ilia
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"Si"' ""'" '" " " M"u uum.ril.-u
They were left In' a bad way,
and their families here were necea.
those circumstances I
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nelloved then, and I now be evo still
(h, ,, ., , . -, ,
(tentative for the Hawalians and the
people hero Rencrally. Thcro ara
many other reasons that I know of;
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... ., ..,. .. ... ,.
a mere small potatoo, why did tboy
link me to consult with them?" asked
Achl lu wonder,
"They ore constantly attacking mo;
hut I am not a bit worried, political
ly This morning they said I had only
Phone N6. 50
cal fight. I am willing that ho and
his crowd would come to my precinct
und fight mo there
"That ho Is trjlng to run the things
to suit himself, Is evidenced by the
way ho Is putting up men for various
political honors. He can do what he
pleases to suit himself and his crow i
and I will watch my Interests and the'
Interests of my "fow followers."
"They enn underestimate my politi
cal strength If they want too; but It
will not do me any harm. In all
these things, they will bo the losers
in the end, while I will be the samo
' 1 can seo that tho fight Is not end
ed. I am taking the back seat while
Andrews nnd tho Advertlscr'ara try
ing to nmke me swallow their men.
Let them produce their candidates at
the convention nnd before the Hawai
ian voters. Tho whole thing will be
Andrews' Friends Look for a Leader.
Late )estcrday itfternoun, It Is said,
that Andrews, or rather his lieuten
ants arranged n searching party to go
out and Interview a certain number
of leaders In the Fifth. They were
disappointed, however, uon their ar
rival nt the home of M. C. Amana,
that that gentleman was not at home:
They asked Mrs. Amana, whero her
husband could be, nnd she told them
that ho was at Achl's place.
This ended tho trip, which seemed
full of promise, before they left
their headquarters, which, subsequent
ly, how over, proved like "chasing a
Amana when seen this morning had
nothing to say.
Assault On Jim Quinn
Is Settled In
This morning at tho police court
Everett UlchardBon appeared and was
charged with acsault on James Quinn.
Tho defendant pleaded guilty, and
wns fined in tho sum of (30 and costs.
No evidence wns given In the case,
and Attorney Ashford appeared for
In answer to a question from tho
bench, Klchardson accounted for his
pwn battered face by replying: "Jim
Quinn did that," Quinn, In an aside
remarked that though he was no prize
,flg!)tcr he- could fight somo when
there vcro no rules to govern the
Tho caso aiose out of tho Manoa
Valley row In which Itlchardson,
Quinn and some ladles were mixed
up. Klchardson took a punch at Qnlnn
while the latter was driving his auto
mobile In which tho party were, at
tho time. Then a rough house start
ed and the police woro Informed of
" , ' . 1-
IN JFOREIQN PORTS.
Tuesday, August 2.
Sydney Sailed, Aug. 1, S S, Zea.
landln, fur Honolulu.
San I'ranclsco Sailed, Aug. S,
8c.hr. Jas. Ilolph, for llaiiu.
Port Aliens-Sailed, Aug, 1, S. 8
Hyades, for San Francisco,
In shopping district, hetvveeu fish
muiket and Fort nnd Deretnul.i
streets, n photo envelopo contain
ing kodak pictures. Hetiirn lO
Ourrey's, Alt Store, Fort street,
Several Changes In Staff
Of The Steamer
There has been some shifting nbout
In the personnol of the staff thnt looks
alter tho welfare of the traveling pub
lic who are patrons of the Intermed
iate steamer Asia of the I'nclflc Mall
service. Since tho vessel last visited
Honolulu, J It Alberts, n well known
ttelght clcik, hns been elevated, td
tho purser offlce of the l'nnamn liner
Alberta will bo missed hero but he
Is ably succeeded by I) 1'. Cummins,
now on the rolls as acting freight
J. W. Hurd, a former storekeeper
In the Asia, has been succeeded by
It. L. MncDonald
In the englneeilng staff, II. Mas
ters hns bteh the recipient of de
served promotion from third to sec
end assistant and this left a vacancy
that has been filled by the appoint
ment of A llazelwood to the position
of third engineer.
The Asia, which Is now cngngod In
tho transportation of second or In
termediate class passengers, Is be
coming quite populnr with those seek
ing reduced rates of passage from tho
mainland to tho Orient. Tho vossel
arrived yesterday afternoon with
practically all her cabin accommoda
tions filled with missionaries return
ing to stations in tho Par Knst, and
Philippine Insular government em
ployees who prefer to escapo tho nox
ious red tape of army transport rcru"
tine, nnd go back to their labors In
Undo Sam's Farthest Possessions by
a commercial vessel. Thero Is a
small sprinkling of-the tourist, globe
trotting and business class on tho
boat though the greater bulk of tills
trado nuturully drifts to the big and
rooro modern liners operated by the
Pacific Mull or tho Japanese com
pany. Tho Asia makes n stuy of twenty
four hours ut Honolulu. She brought
no cargo. Ouo layover passenger re
mains at Honolulu In the person of
Dr. II. W Coo, a wealthy capitalist
and financier of Portland, Oregon,
and a pergonal friend of both Piesl
dent Tuft and Theodore Hoosevelt.
He Is well known as one of the fore
most promoters of banking, Irrigation
and mining, Interests In his state, vice
president of the Scandinavian-American
Dank of Portland and president
of the Dank of Stnnfleld, or the First
National Dank of St. Johus and of tho
First National Dank of Kelso. Dr.
Coo stays over In Honolulu until the
Mongolia sails. Ho Is making u tour
of the Far KasL tor tho purpose of
studying the possibilities for Invest
ment Of the through passengers who will
resume their voyago by the Asia at 3
o'clock this nftcrnoon Is F. W. Small
man, general manager of the Mnss.
Mutual Lire Ins. Co, of Springfield
lor the Stato of Washington. Mr. and
Mrs. Smallman are taking a vacation
trip to tho Orient
K. W Dauckman Is manager for tho
Ilosenstock Directory Co. of China
and the Philippines. Mr. Dauckham
has been preaching the business gos
pel of the Orient to the merchants of
the Pacific Coast and reports vory
good bucccss. He Is returning to
China to cnmpllo the directory of
China for tho year 1911 edition.
Hound tor the Philippines Is A. K.
Noble, mannger for the Philippines
Telegraph and Telephono Co, who Is
returning to the Islands from a trip
homo. Ills company has doclded to
Install a long distance telephone ser
vice to Include the towns of Cavlto,
Dngulo and Los Danos.
O. T. Sproat, an usslstant apprais
er at customs nt the port of Manila,
Is roturnlng from leave of absence.
Another passengers is J. P. Dough
ton, Jr., United States vice consul at
Kobe, Dr. II. W. Crow will inaka a
round trip on tho Asia.
Tho Asia carries a lurgo number of
deported Hindoos and her through
cargo amounts to aboift nlno hundred
tons, nearly one half of which Is
leather,' ,vhlio about fifty tons of cot;
ton Is Included In tho shipment.
McDuffie and Party Get
Clue To Grace's
Chief McDuffie and nil hlB force
went out on a secrot mission today
Examiner Party Is To
Have Best Of
One hundred nnd ten persons will
comprise the party of Los Ange'es
Exnmlner which is duo In Honolulu
by tho Mongolia August lf.
According to a letter received by
.the Promotion Committee today the
party Is to be limited to one hundred
and ten in order thnt nil may lmo
outside staterooms on the big liner.
Tho party making 'ho' trip under
Examiner auspices will in nil the way
to Hongkong on the Mongolia and will
be In Honolulu only the time the ship
Is In poit hero.
Those In tho party nre:
Fred L. Alles, Mrs. Fred L. Alles,
Los Angeles; Mrs. Win. Arlington,
San Francisco; Frank Duttolph, Mrs.
Frank Duttolph, Duartc, Cal.; Miss
Cora Docttcher, Los Angeles; Charles
A. Drant, Mrs. Charlr's A. Drant,
prnnd'Cnnyon, Ariz.; Dr. 8 S Crow,
Los Angeles; John J. Connors, Kl
Pnso, Tex.; S. Morton Colin, Mrs. S.
Morton Colin, Portland, Ore ; J. K.
Dunbar, Mrs. J. II Dunbar, Long
Hcach, Cat.; (Mrs. M. V. Everest, Los
Angeles: Fred E. Eldred, Chicago;
Mrs. Clara M Ehm, San Francisco;
Mrs. Ida M. Fountain, Long Pench,
Cal.; Emll Oanz, Phoenix, Ariz.; Mrs.
Joscphlno Orldln, Los Angeles; Miss
Delta A. Qlbbs, SL Lotils, Miss Sophie
U Orlsinghcr,' Los Ang-lcs, MlM. W.
T. Grlllts. Mnster rtobdrt W llclllls,
Santa Monica, Cal.; IVm Coodrlrh,
Mrs. Den Goodrich, Tombstone, Ariz.;
Mrs. Clara Hcllyar, Ias Angeles, W
E. Hammond, San Dlpip; H. J. Ilux
table, Mrs. E. J. Huxtable, llougliu,
Ariz.; Mrs. J. C. Herndon, MU Flor
ence Herndon, Prcscott, Ariz., Clif
ford It, Home, Mrs. Clifford H. Home,
Los Angeles; W Q. HumnHon, Mrs.
W. O. llumatou, tos Angeles; II II.
Hlbbard, Mrs. E. II. HlbbarJ, Howard
Hlbbard, Chicago; Mrs. Carolina lion
nrd, Los Angeles, Mrs. Emma llutfll-
tcr, Sacramento; Could V. Hart,
Drooklyn; M. F. Ihmsen, Mrs. M. F.
Hansen, Miss Josephine Ihmsen, Los
Angeles; Mrs Lillian M. Jones, San
Francisco," Mrs. Franceses, A. Jeser
un. Los Angeles: Hurry Kay, Mrs.
I lJn. irv Dlinnnlv Arl W fV
Lnnterninn, Mrs. F. D. Lantermnn, Los
Angeles i S. Leland, Mrs. 8. Leluud,
Pnsadonn; Miss Fannlbelle Lolnnd,
Pasadena; I. !cszysky, Miss Hannah
I Leszynsky, Miss Untile L Iszyn
sky, San Diego; John Long, San Di
ego; W. M. Milne; Mrs. W. M Milne,
ILor Angeles; Miss Alice M. Miller,
Onkland; Mrs. Spoor Mackey, I.ns
Angeles; Mrs. Knthryn Minor, Hol
llster, Cnl.; Miss Mario Mcdlnnls, Los
Angeles; Mrs. Itobcrt Y. Mcllrlde,
Los Angeles; Mrs. Charles II. Mentz,
Sun Frnnclsco; Mrs, II. II. McLean,
Los Angoles; Mrs. S. Michaels ,San
Francisco; Mrs. T O. Norrls, Pres
cott, Ariz.; Mrs. Ida A. Noxon, Pasa
dena; Miss Myrtle E. Nash, Santa
Monicn, CaL; John Pettlt Newell, Mrs.
John Pettlt Newell, 18 Angoles; Win.
P. Olds, Mrs. Wm. P. Olds, Portland,
Ore.; Mrs. U M. Porter, Pujadena";
D. A. Packard. Mrs. D A. Packard,
Douglas, Ariz.; Miss Cstelle, Palmer,
Chicago: Mrs. Ilosa Porter. Santa
'ilarbaru; Mrs. Charles E. Powers,
New York city; Dr. lleglnuld 8. Tet
ter, Los Angeles; Mrs. O. Ivan Peo
ples, Loa Angeles; Mrs, O. W. Iloberts,
Los Angoles; Mrs. A. F, ltoseuhelm,
Los Angeles; Miss Marie Itooch, San
Francisco; Carf Haab, Mrs. Carl ltuab,
Kl Monte, Cal.; A. Itothe, Mrs. A.
Rothe, Doston; Mlss'Semone P. Iluch,
Los Angeles; Isaac Taft Stoddard,
Mrs. Isaac Taft Stoddard, Phoenix,
Ariz.; Mrs. Lena M. Stonehnrt, Dal
las, Texas; Mrs. W O. Sheffer, Miss
Sheffer, Itoxbury, Mass.; Miss M, E.
Sally, Holltster, Cal.; O. T Stamm,
Mrs a, T, Stamm, Miss Florence
Stamm, Fred D. Stamm, Los Angeles;
Mrs. Marjorle Slade, Seattle, Wash.;
.Mrs. M. C. Stoddard, Fremont, Neb.;
Miss llolene Twlstman, lleno, Nov.;
Mrs. Alice M, Wilkinson, Los Angelos;
Mrs. A, P. Witmer. Los Angoles, Miss
LJs Wilson, Mr, Elmor Wilson) Lob
Ang'elea; Dr. W, C Wntson, Mrs, M.
C. .Watson, Los Angeles; Mrs. M. L.
W'hlte; Pomotiu, Cnl. .
tt n :t n nun :; u :u: tt
at noon, and It develnnoit Hint llhpre
Wore sftBa fugplApDi thaj Anderson
Qrace, the "muclJ'yMite'dJ negro, was
leeuieu ut iusi. me sieutn visited
a vnsunt house that has been an ob
ject or Busplilou for some time, but
no signs of the escaped murderer
Two negroes who are suspected to
have knowledge of where Qrace Is
hidden were arrested and brought to
the police station for Investigation.
Their names ate Jim Sticker and Jim
Down. These men will be cross-examined
by McDuille this afternoon,
and It may turn out that they will
bp able to throw light on the subject
of Andeisoh Qrace,
MONDAY, AUGUST 1st
and WASH GOODS
of all grinds
L03 ANUELES, July 22. Mrs.
Hubert J. Durdette, wife or the fa
mous prei) hcijhur prist, and very
wealthy, put a practical suffragette
campaign Into operation today, when
she wei.t to the polls In Pasndent
nnd, despite the protest of election
ofllclnlB, Insisted on casting her vote.
Pasadena was voting on n bond
It-sue today, nnd na a heavy property
owner, subject to taxaJJon, Mrs. Dur
dette opined that she had a right to
vote. Accordingly she betook ucr
selr to the polling place of ;tho pro
clnct hi which Sminvcrcit, her beau
tiful home, Is located. The election
officials protested mildly, but Mrs.
Iliirdetto nesured (hem that as she
had sufficient edurntton and suffi
cient property to entitle her to vote
she Intended to cast a ballot and she
Mrs. Durdettn Is n noted cluhwo.,
man, a believer In woman's suffrage,
although she has not been especially
prominent In this Hue of work, nnd
Is a philanthropist,
Yesterdny she celebrated her birth
day by giving $5000 tq Throop poly
technic Instltutute, and as the elec
tion day waB for the purpose of vot
ing school bonds she decided to par
ticipate, ALLEGED PH010
Another alleged swindle has been
brought to light owing to tho efforts
of Chief McDuffle, who this morning
nrrested and charged J. Martinez with
gross cheat. The offense consists In
obtaining money on deposit for hav
ing enlargements of photographs
made und then hover delivering the
Will Continue till Saturday
FRENCH BARK HERE
AFTER LONG VOYAOE
Fighting her way through a sn
rlea of terrific storms, but showing
Utile effect from tho ravages of sea
and) gales, the Fronch bark Jtan
llaptlste, with a full consignment of
I European merchandise, has arrived
i at the port of Honolulu,
The vetEol came within sight or
the harbor nt a late hour yesterday
afternoon, 170 days out from Lelth.
, The targo brought to this port In
cludes u vvlde variety of merrhnn
iIIfc, ranging i"iom galvanized Iron
ware to gin.
Captain Dregcon, master or the
French bounty-earner, met with
many vicissitudes on his long voy. v
u ge around the Horn and to the Ha-
wullan Islands. Ho was becalmel
on several occasions, and nearly two
months were spent In thla manner.
The Jean llaptlste is discharging
,at the port nnd Is being handled
through tho agency or 11. HackfeM
BULLETIN ADA PAY-sf
i: tt u u :: n n n n tt
Martinez has been operating for
nearly u year In Hawaii, and somo of
thi receipts that have been shown to
McDuille prove that ten months ago
deposits were paid for enlargements,
and up till the present nono of the
pictures have been delivered.
The man claims to be working for
a Chicago portrait and framing com
pany, and ho nppears to havo done a
thriving business nmong tbo Portu
guese of tho Territory.
When accused of having buncoed
tho' people to whom lie guvo receipts,
he begged for u few weeks' time, nnd
claimed that It was not his fault that
the Chicago concorn did not forward
Petition' for allowance of final ac
counts ui:J distribution of tho estate
of Anna dos Anjos Porry has been
filed by Antonio Perry. September
12 has been set as tho day for tho