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From San Francisco;
CIiliui t September 27
For San Frunciico:
Aulu September 2 I
iMarnnm October 14
Mnktttn October 11
thing to mainUin it BULLETIN
Gives its many readers out-in-the-open news
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 430.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERMTOItY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1910. 10 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
$5000 DOPE HUL
Campbell, Frear and Hapai Scored
Discredited Home Rulers -Picked
0-clnl tin I let In Wireless.)
1III.0, lluwnll, Sept. 22. Demo-
crhtB of Ilnwnll county, acting under,
tho direction of Ilos McCandlcss,
opened up tbo batteries of ri-lllclsml
and let II y a platform tbat comlemnsl
evorj thing In sight nnd tbo Frear
administration lu particular.
Tbo platform adopted by the Ha
waii comity contention condemns
tlin Territorial administration of tbo
land laws and pledges tbo legislators:
ele.ted by tbo Democratic party to
endeavor to remote Superintendent
Campbell from olllco. The platform
also roasts Henry llapal, baying that
tiovernor 1'icnr unit Superintendent
cnmplioll nnvp not tlio nervo to mnKO,
bl m do his duty nnd build Bldowalka
about his Hllo property. i
MIXED CASE AT. '
Merry 'Party of Men and
Women Appear Before
This t morning nt tbe (kiIIco court
tliero wcro four cases that nil ilmo
tailed Into one another In n wny. Two
wablnes wcro charged with malicious
Injury to miiiio Dowers nnd plants, and
two, CIiIiiofo wcro up on a cbnigo of
having assaulted tbo women.
'I bo caso was an amusing one In
I nils, nnd tbo nalvo way In which the
wahlucfl acknowledged, when testify-
lug In ouo rasa, that Ibey wero guilty
lu I bo other, convulsed tho court. The
whole affair pccins tn have been tbo
ii'iii't of n duel lict'iccii the wbnlo
pally and u deinljnlm of wlno to sa
nolhlng of u br.tlln of snuaro face.
A(conlliig In cvoi liodj 's nccount,
nil w?ro drunk, and yet everyone
i.c'-uiu! able to lemeuiber Just whnt
cUddico sailed them. The former
.Mm, Amlorjon Or.ico g-to tesllmony
In tbo rare; sho was (linen's first wlfu
but Is dlt.orc.il finm lilni ut present.
According In Mrs flritrn Ibo wliolo
mill! weto lighting and as far ns rdm
knew most of Ihoso present got n
As owiybody gppmed to bo equally
fullly. Judgo Andrado decided to glvo
tho glrW n good lecture, nnd then
suspend nenteiiro on them for thirteen
id tilths. Tbo Chlneso wrro tiVnted
in tbe same manner and allowed to
dcpait after getting a talking to from
I ho Jlldg9.
LESSONS IN WARFARE
STUDIED BY OFFICERS
Prnctlcal Instruction lu tho tactics
of wurfuto Is tho proginm at tho
rump of Instruction ut Fort Shnftor
today. Tlio "tactical wiilks" Imitltul
ed by Col. It. 1, llnllaid, V. S. A tho
dliectlug iead of tho camp, wero bo
r,w yesterday afternoon and con
tinued this morning. Col. llullnrd tin
picsscH on the Hawaiian Guard olll
cers in iitlendaiHo nt the school the
necessity of practical lessons, and
thi morning be put before them piob
lems that jvlll come up In actual war
faro, At tho conclusion of tbo morn
ing bn staled that lie found the ti'lil
torlal olllcors ery quick o grasi tho
points bo presented.
Tho in. in who earns tbe money isn't
nlwnys tlif one w)iu geta It
Wlicn tbo nominations for county
ounces were made, Ileen wlthdtow
nnd irwlu wns named ns County At-
torney without opposition.
Other nominations mndo were:
County Sheriff I'ua.
County Treasurer Mngulre.
County Auditor Kw-allko.
County Clotk Itlfhardsnn.
Senators Motzger and Mnkekati.
Itepresentari'ves Kat.Jllio, K.
Mello, Kamnkit, lCcpoo, Keulawaa
nnd Campbell. I
Supervisors HiiRzcy, Kitlalwaa,1
Shlpman, Irwin. Kcakl nnd Plroz.
This evening a mass meeting will
lie hold to ratify the action nf tbo
louvcnuon, aim noss .Miinnuiess,
who nrrhed by tbe Manna Ken, wiH
bo tho principal speaker.
n ' f '
Leasing of 10,000 Acres to
Estate Up Again.
Additional light on tho Buhjcct of
leasing 10,000 ncrcs of land on Maui
to tbn Cornwoll estntc, or of letting
It out In smaller tracts to general
pettlcmcnt. Is to bo idled nt tbo meet
ing of tbo land board this afternoon
that is, piovldlug enough members
show up to constitute a quoiuni.
Tbo additional light tbat is ex
pected by tbo members Is n commit
ulcntloii either from tho Maul at
tornej, Tavares, who cauui tn Ho
nolulu last week to represent n num
ber of Portuguese, or u stntoiucit
fiom tho l'nrtugueeo themselves. Ta
vares de: tared tbat ho bad n pell
Hun nlgnoii by n number of I'ortu
guese asking that tho land bo cut
up into smaller tracts, ten pieces of
1000 ncios each, nnd that tho small
farmers got u chance to lease.
. Nothing In tbo wny of n petition
was-, Introduced, nnd Attorney Tn.
vates returned to Maul laBt Tuesday,
but Jacob K. llrown, a member of
tbo boaid, has been In communica
tion with tho I'oitugucso in tho In
terval nml may liae snmo deftnlto
Information. Tbo bourd, It wns
stnted this morning, is willing to
listen to any legitimate proposition,
hut wants something definite upon
which to proceed.
DIED THIS MORNING
Injuries Received Yesterday
Provo to Bo Vory
Kuho, tbe Japaucso who was so bad
ly Injured yesterday afternoon by be
ing shuck by a descending ponl Inm
kot. died at tho Queen's Hospital this
inuiulug. The unfortumito man re
celt oil iiiucli woiso Injiules than wcro
ut llrrt thought: he iiuht regained
couKcIouknots and expired without
making any statement
Coiomr ltoso will lnvostlgnto tlio
matter nml tho manner In which tho
coal buckets mo worked at tbo col
lleis will he looked Into. Au luuucst
will bo held nml all the wit nonr.es who
saw- tho accident will bo examined
The huiiMi fly becomes full grown
III about four wetks
Tbn lellow who stays up nil night
Isn't the ouo who "unites up nml duds
himself fnimiits "
Auslinll.i has lueiiMSPil lis moil
tixpoilN lu tbe past lln iurs fiom
tT.ooo.ooo to ili,ooo,ooo annually.
I Arp.K-llt.il Pp-m ril.l-)
I CINCINNATI. O., Sept. 22. Pres
ident Tuft Uelil n lung nml Impnrt
i nut (onfciPiico here today with tlin
poll! lent leaders nf tbo State. The
rituatlot' la a rorlous one for tbe He-
pnMlcm.-, M (orninr Harmon lias
C !nel..trl Tn H PdltlP
TKIIKUAN. I'ersla. Sept. 22.
Aziduliuull;, tbo regent of I'ersla, Is
i (Aiuwelntnl Promt CnMr.)
' KAN niANCISCP, Sept. 22. Tho
Steamer Tacoiun was slightly dam
aged today by a collision with tho
stcamor Nthmlnn off-tlild pott.
But Few Hundred Papers Sep
arate Newsboys in Ex
ORDER OF STANDING.
1 Joe Carvalho.
2 John Hoamana.
3 Ed. Poepce.
4 Jas." Hawaii.
, C Akana.
John Iloomnna, fourteen-year-old
nowkboy, lacks tluen hundred and
ninety one papers of being in a win
ning porition for the Sterling bicycle
olforod to the newsboy selling the
most Hull otinx In n specific!
period. John Carvalho, otherwise
"Hutch," ns diminutive In posture as
his nnme Is lu length, holds tbe win
nlng 'position and declares bo Is go
lug to rontlnuo to hold It until tho
it ns It may. tho
y hnlf a hundred
. nro putting In
at selling papers,
dual count. Ho that
two boys, backed by
Homo heavy strokes
John claims ho will bo nblo to spurt
to victory In tho last week. "Hutch"
claims ho Is gaining steadily and
will continue to do so until tho prtzo
is declared his.
Tho boys lu lino for the other
prizes nro working Just as hard, al
though not making quite ns big a
showing. Akana, In sixth place, Is
Increasing his total every tiny, and
unless Ollvoro shows wimo Bpeed soon
.bo will move to Ilfth place, , tbo point
that wins tho last prize a football
Poepoo is In Hue for tho pair tit
snoes, aim jamos Hawaii tor inn
Tlin smallest lnlmblled island In tlin
world Is tbo rock on which Btunds the
IMilyalone llghthoiiEo. v
Them may be two sides to ovory
question, but usually one Hide over
biilanres tbo other.
if n mnn weto what he'd I". . ner
o be, what it lino m.l . i -M
und bo 1IU. g in!
Tlio Don't Woiry clnhs am nm-
pi mil of p. . oiih who have notliliu; lo
I'lowcrH, like men, look iiti)lhliig
n . "I .V,".r. ,." rV.
" ' " ' "'
opllitolis you hear nxpieed tuery
A wnmau rt'Rr.'U her HihI bray
hair; it man, his lust.
HAWAII ENDORSE PUA
Democrats Plead With the
Colonel to Manage
CANNOT GET- WORKING v
Now Look to Man Who Has
Declaied McCandlcss Plat
foun Against Interests of
C. J. McCarthy, wnose voluntary
letlioinent fiom artho participation
in politics lias been. regarded as final,
may he brought back Into tho light
uy his lellow lK'niocrats In nu effort
to get together a working campaign
tugaulzatlon. After two days or
lasting about for a county campaign
malinger, the llouijions are still nt
tea, nnd McCntiby iiiimo'ls hailed
with the relief n iliownlng'tn.'til balls'
a plank floating towards him.
lu fact, a movement, among tbo
Democrats to patch up an agree
ment with Colonel McCarthy Is al
ready well defined, nnd It Is probable
that by next Monday night, when
tho county lampalgu lommlttco
tiR-ets, thero will be either a rcftisalt"'" ifcnlco today under the ago
or an arceptnnce from McCarthy,
Among the politicians around
town, the feeling Is oyldent that
under no circumstances will Mc
Cartcr reenter politics. Ills Tetlrc.
rnent, whether fiom liolltlcal or oth
er reasons, has been rousldered as
permanent, ut least with the present
llourhou leglme, and one of his
Mends declared this morning that'
there Is no rbnnco whatever of get-)
ting McCarthy into ti.o whirl of the
coming ngui. ,i 1 no samo lime, it,
Is admitted that tho Democrats will,
not let this ptowut them from try-,
lug la secure his rounsel nml active
service, and tho Democratic leaders
profess to believe that with McCar
.1... !. !..! ... II. ...... A..A... ....n
.., i u.u ..-. i.i h, n.-ij ""
of tlin present Denim ratio olllru-hold-
rs In O.thu ounty could ho re
elected nnd tbo wbolo ticket fairly
well nuirKii ,
1:. M. Watson, the attorney wuo
has been prominently mentioned ns
a possible rholro for campaign mnn-
nger, has dennltely refiiM-d to servo.
Ho says his name wns used by tho
I politicians without his consent nnd
that he has never considered taking
tho place. He seems to have no In
cl.nat.on whatever for the Job and
says h. wlU- fee. a wbolo lot better
wnen 1110 party can get. someone wno
...... ... ...'... .... ..,.,. .....
win not only tuue 1110 pusiiiun, oiiv
do It Justlco.
"I bnvo no tlmo to hnndlo tho
..nninnlcn nnd l.nvn nlren.lv stnted tn
those who have aBked mo tlint I am
not n candidate for1 the manager
ship, nnd that I shall not take It In
. ,, ....... If. Iif. ....... ...In
m.y ..,. ,.., ..... ..... ......
morning. "I wish we could get Col.
...,.......j ...,v r.o
Present imil-ntions are mat mo
Democrats will bo rather slow In
ginning me ciinip.uKii. mi m
n' manager, rnupled with the fact
that soinn of the "unterrlfled" favor
a short Instead of n long fight, will
probably rchiilt In tho postponement
... r...i. iii.k limiiiii? ..... vni. m .fir ..
week or more. It Is felt Hint two
mouths Is ton long for n political
rnmpalgn. and the feeling of listless-
ness dun to tbn wnrm weather Is us
itpparent among the politicians as
nnywbero eUe. They regard tho in-
evllnbln lrl.s tn tlin country with
rtinslilfrohlH diend, tlie experiences
nf Hie past having taught them somn
1'alnrnl lesmna In had roads and
wnrvn ncenmintidatliins lu tho otltly-
it. ii... ..vn ,,r .,i,.rv mnn
Hint bn uaiitH it lot bed msiii't Ket and
uulu U lot hit iIophu'i want.
CONFER ON RATES
FOR I HIHilll
(,snelntnl l'rnw Cibln )
TOl'HKA, Kan., Sept. 22. Mem
bers (Of tbo Interstate Cmnmercn
Commission held , a rato conference
hero today. Tlio commission met
with the representatives of various
Interests to discuss methods of pro
tecting tho interests of large ship
pers of freight nnd tho public gen
erally. GILLMAN OF BOSTON
COMMANDER OF G. A. R.
(Associated rci. Cable.)
ATLANTIC CITY. Sept. 22. John
V.. nillmati of llostnn 'was today
elcctrd cominnndcr-ln-chlef of tho
Oram! Army of tbo Republican, that
Is holding Its annual session here.
IS DEAD.'.IN LONDON
(Asuoi-lnteil j'.rmi Cli'.)
LONDON, Sept. 22. Indy 1mlso
ltntlmchlld. wife bf Antboiiy-ltotlis-)
child, died today.
(Amirl.i!(Ml lni ("uhte.Jt j
WASIIINflTb.N'.D. C, Sept. 22.
Admiral Wliisblw was retired from
Campaign Activity Results in
Listlcssncss on Brok-
I'olltlcK coupled wlllt tho downward
trend of sugar has had anything but
. . . ' .
,, Ko,i effect on the local stock mnr-l
kct, and today's sales wero marked
by h:trp dropt In Kwa plantnllon nnd
Honokaa Sugar Company slocks.; Tbo
i .,... n i i ..,' .. ...
. r. v. .1 .............. ...w m-i. v.i
indicate tlin slugglkh mootnent of lo-
Two blockB of llnnokaa, of ten
Hinrcs each, wero sold during tho son.
slou Ibis nuirntng. nnd ,tb tlguri'.
11.7, wiis'malnlulned for both, a mark
d dpcreaso slncU tho last wiKirt of
"T,. Klo shares nf I'.w.-t went nt
M.W . Wch take,, wl.h , ho J. rj
w of W bears on he bdon
tlin lmiiie.1 ntn fntiiro lu not rmr. W I i
-"' '--- - '
, siiKiir ai 1.1 mo iuuiikik is iiui utikiik
on.e'J; . ,
"The tualket likely to bo some
what slow- unlit after the election,
bald a prnmlnont broker this morn
ing. "What with tho political talk
overywhero and tbo fact that many
,,, ,,, nf Honnliil.t nro vitally
ert.M(lI, , ,,,.,, nR wc ,1R ilockB I
ino lomirnry to wiwr nway irom
.... ... . ..
stock iiuying or selling is natural
immiknn' iron U not regarded as
(, rolll,t of .), rr0, reorts, ns'
tnnso bnve been known for somo time.
,t ,lK ,na Hie causes mentioned,
and tlin slump lu Kwu as logics! nflcr
Iho slght rlso which followed tho
It takes a good cook tn fix up nny-
thing tn eat so it man cun't tell what
After marrying for money many
man wishes ho had been brought up
lo work ror u lltlng
Tbo pinnacle ot fume Is no place
for tho man whu likes company
i;vM ,ll , W, m,ng (n t), llt ,1P
np or Ibo heap dowm't prefer tin tip-
.i,.i t,..i-lli It. .. utl...iihu' ,-i.p.
n . iH-n-r t I .. .l..mnl itli hsini
pralsn than In l. .b.miled with liotin
. When It toiii.-H lii the silt king iiliit.
soim. people hai u iiuruim plaster
Opium Valued -At
United States Attorney Breckons Raids
I1 TT A 1 TT i , rt ''"
Concealed In the little bedroom of
n Chlneso dwelllngbouse on Kukul
.street, near Anln lane, $r.l000 worth
of contraband opium was found this
morning by United Stntes District
Attorney It. W. Itreckons In a enro
htlly plnnned raid that was a suc
cess lit every wny.
The opium seizure ns carried out
this morning Is one of the largest
and most successful that has over
been Gxccttted by tbo UnltodVStntcs
All at the wit and cleverness that
n Chinese woman could muster lu
leading Hreckons away from the
scent was nf no avail, and It was but
a few minutes after tbo United
Stales Attorney nnd his assistant.
Chinese Interpreter I.00 Joo, wcro In
Clue Is Obtained to Hawaii
County Store Robbery
Chief Mr-Duma has quite" unexpect
edly dropped ncrnst a clue, that may
clear up a storo robbery that occurr
ed at Onkala, Haw-all n short .tlnio
ngn. OioiIk to the value of soVeral
htm-u ' dollars were stolen nnd no
tide s found of tho burglars,
Tlt a iitnrnltifF tlio phlef wau llifnrm !
' " -' - '""lu ...vin, cv, w.m fciiu uijjcik '
ed that n certain Filipino, who had,f increasing trnel to Ilawal dur
arrived irnm itnwaii taieiy, nan inui
11 i-iiuiiujiim.. in iui iiiiu nu nan nuiiin
iif tho stolen goods. Tho man des-
crlhcd bow ho had watched tho store .lllalllK (HtI cllltca .vtJtorSKirTM
until there was nobtKly around audi,,, .,. ,,,,.,, If u ,))epta w.ffjj
linf ,le '"" ''"f'l "' "'lc wntches ,ho a,nr0VIll of Ulu comnilttee, will
nln. lnlln.. ...Mu .11 a .... Inlt.t.t Irtl
""- "'"" """.""'"""" ,
nrr'"t ",0 Hllpluo. und he found hint,,, d
m"iir Brl,(M'1 "lrpH- u'1"" nrr,vn' nt, ..,,,
Jlie police stutlon tbn man was search- '" !
pil. but on'v n few cents were In his. qulrles wi
"1..j.,. , ,...-,..,.., ,
i'""""' ",l" "" r'i"' ..- '"",,," ,
inn station stnieu tnai no iiioiiriu tne
Prlumt-r had got rid of a wntch or
i.nM,.ililH l.ntli. nftna lm t.mm net-Ant.
"(".. ".,..., ...... .... .. ....v.
n.l t.Altn( KAliiMin.l . Ilm siia( U'linr
Kcllett rrturned to the spot where
ind conght the mipiikciI burglar j
'""' ,,,p'c- n" ,n' llcwalk found iijone, nnd we may look for the largest
""; '; .,.,.- ... . wl,M "owi " tourists in town nt tllirf.
..fr 70?AC Wt " "W 'md '" ""
()f (ho nrre8t (f wait. JJI
. .loaerliiilnn ..f tlin Ktnlen irno.li
ror n 'ICSCrlpllOII 01 1110 Stolen J,OOUS.
t M i
Plenty of Party Fireworks at
Aala Park Next Sat
The Itcpubllcan committees of tho
mil Klflli dlstticts bold a the party, wo would ask you to UseA J
sting at noon today In the'juur good olllcca In obtalnlnB a spe- 1
i ruiirin iii.ti
l"fy licadnuartcrs, Jiitltl building,
- - " "
o i" 'k i"" "'"' i'",ieiic ot tnoso excursionists iieiween
ipalgn meeting noxt Saturday night.
at Aula Park. Delegate Killtlo Is t')
be the prlntlpal speaker of tao eu -
lug, mid most of tho candidate whu
ran intend will also deliver brief ad-
Among those who will bear tho
paity kliinilaril on tlio occasion iirs.ilim wlirim tisked for by excurslonWi,!
iiiiueri v nuiiiKie, tun cuiiiiiuaio iur,
T.-iisuier. (leotgn DaMs, Chairman
.Hi,,-.... ... .1. ..r.i..,..i..i .. ..I
- " ....... ............. ,,. m- writ.-, .-u.ii.i......
leo, Keveral (if tbn ruudldates for Hii-.lier work, us follows, her Mtur uo-v
l'"rl"i, mid Cliiilriiiuu Parker tr
(Continued ou Tace 2)
iina i? inas con
tbo Kukul rtrect house, that ths
tfiOOQ worth of opium was beltiicl
'pla ed In a hack nnd was on Its wayj
to tho Judlijary building. m
An elderly Chlneso named ChjnS
Chan Ye is the man that the Unltjj
cd Slates Marshal Is now searching?
for, n wnrrnnt having been issued forjj
his arrest this morning, following tlifl
r.i 1 nv iirnrufina nil inn iviiirtii erAnr-
The Information that led tn tho
raid this morning was obtained bVJ
Ujiljcd States District Attorney
Hreckons cstcrday. and ho laid his'
plans carefully, with tho result thfttl
tho mid wiia nu entire success and
the J5000 worth of tho drug landed
saroly In tbn Judiciary building,
(Continued on Face 4) ,
Secretary Wood Listing
Boarding and Lodging
Secretary Wood, lu his report ttVjjj
the Promotion Committee, says;
"This Is our busier! sccd-sowIngS
time. Every steamer leavlnir nort5
for the mainland for the next slxtJ
daB will carry from live to teii
I thousand folders, special letters
ntn.tu.i ........ iA ...tti. ii.AX.i.1.- .5
R the next winter fceason. Mf?W
win. It. u. Potter has submitted -uV
IIHWl attractlvo design for a special
I M Itrttltml nnil Bnllt n... In .rim. 1(1 4
n ..- u..k ..uv w """ -IIJ
000 railway and steamsltln agetitStl
preparation for tho many 1
e are likely to receive Ii
ootiis and board!' I ant now'.
revising our list of home' hotels andj
rooming houses, bringing tho Infor!
matlon up to ditc. . '-,
"Next yenr'a. carnival season prom-j
fe , be umillllniy luterestluKj,''
rTlirmir). thn nlfnrtu nt 1r Tnmna
McCandless nnd btheVs, the ShrltioV J
excursion Is usaured beyond a doubt".''
The latest Information concerning
the Seattlo Chamber of Commerce
excursion Is contained lu tho folio w-J
lug letter dated September C:' ' "
" 'In connection with our ettcrof
September 2, In relation to the com-'
morclal excursion, wo neglected to'
advise that our rate Included the
'expense lot oxcurtfliifVUs's stop lit,,
Itlln nnd their r:ill nml stnen fnitt
tn the ernter nnd return.
" 'All nassengers will he allowed.
to use the ship as their hotel dur
ing their stay In. that toit- '
As there will ho over !20 lit
t-tnl rate for our chamber lor tho ox-'
n nml tho crater.
"it Honolulu tho i..iBencenf will
lho ut their- own oxpensa whllo
. ashore. Othor tlinn this, our rata
Includes tho oxpenso for the trip. L
"M.ct us have your urogram aa' N
early as. possible, as this ItiMrma-
i...i..ii f - uk..i
ttts ns koott us they begin to arrntiKO
Idetnll. for their booking."
...... ,. ,,. ....i3
liig di.le.1 Bcpteitiher 7t
I (Contluued nnPaYi4l