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From Fan1 Francisco i
Mitqeiiiirm Oetobcr 3
i'or Kan Francisco i
l.urlluo (Holier I
Mamma i, . . .Oilnber II
Ma kill a .Orlnlirr 11
If jour business now has a good
nnmr, by all meant do (he proper
thing to maintain It BULLETIN
Gives its many readers out-in-the-open news
ESTABLISHED 1SB2. NO. 4730.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TEMUTORY OF HAWAII, HUItSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1010. 10 PAGES.
MICE 5 CENTS.
iP .. .. . ...,. -
.381 1 I TT
WU?i7 . I I W,
Is- Held Valid
V "Supreme "Court Decision Sustains Pro-
t cedure of Territorial Grand
In mi decision handed down thin
morning, Iho Territorial Supreme
Coiii't. holds Hint tlin Itullrtmcnt for
embezzlement that was returned
netting lomor Tax Assessor James
L. Holt' Is vnld, ami that heeausa
the Imllrtmciit' was found ngalnst
Holt nt u meotlnjt.Qf tho Brand Jury,
at which nildltloual names wero
dfawu to complete the panel, tho
tho hill found again Holt Is not In
valid, ns claimed liy his attorneys.
Tho opinion of tho Supremo Court
Is written hy Asroclnto Juttlco Per
ry nnd deals nt lengtn witn mo uy tun rouri. ihi.-kui nau noi yei
problem Involved In the drawing of teported for duty. Tho leave of ab
uddltlonal Jumis, tho legnljty of tho senco which tho court l)nd granted
pitn-edure cnristUutilng the- ground him was to extend until ho should
for tho nltarkupnn tho valldltyof report, and' tho court hy Its Inac
the Indictment. T- ' Hon had ncqulcscad In his falluro
The-' argument ndvanted in Holt's to appear, and this It might prop
hehalf wan that the foreman 6f the erly do, for It might weli have lieen
grand Jury that returned tho Indict- satisfied that for huslness or other
'inoiii hgnlust Holt had no power to (Continued on Paee 4)
MAUI REPUBLICANS NAME
TICKET AND START WORK
, (f!p-clal lliillelln Wlndcxs.)
WAIMJKU,- Maul, Sept, 20.
Everything went off practically ns
r.cheduled at tho nepuhllcan county
convention of Maul, hold hero yes
terday, Philip Pall or Lahalnn leads tho
teglslatlvo ticket, tho defeat of Co-
elho helng nssured on account of
tho claim of I.alialna to tho right of
represcututlon In tho Sonnto for tho'
luescntijterm. i i)
Crovcli wiis' named" for county
legnrded as n strong candidate for
, tho pace. Kano was tho successful
nomlneo for county clerl;.
On the ncpresentntlve tlcltetr Sam
Kelllnol won his contest for tho
iininlnniinn fnr ltenresoiitatlvo-at-
Large; A. V, Tavares was named for Hala, Hann; Wm. Hennlng, I.ahn
IlepreBcilatlvo from Makawno, and ina; T. T. Meyer, Moloknl.
TAMMANY IS IN
(AsMvlntcd Press Cable,)
HOOHKSTKIl, N. Y Sept. 29.
Tammany and Tammanylsm are to
day lu control . of tho pcmocrntlo
State, convention, which Is In session
here.' With tho- refusal of Mayor
(Inynor of Now York to "bo n can-
didate. tho Tammany element has
Judge Alton II. Parker, former
candldato for President on tho Dem
ocratic ticket, has Jeen chosen tem
porary' rlialrmnn. , Tho convention
iidJotirneA early until tomorrow. It
nimenrfl how ns If n Tammany enn-
' dldatb will ho put up and elected.
despite some opposition that Ir man
, v ' "
RAN KHANCISCO, Sept. 29. Sug-,
lir: H dfgieej test, 4.n2Sr. Pin
.vIoiih miotatlini. 4.11c. lleets: SS
analysis in :id.
IDs. n l-4d.
uxcuno .ItirnrH Poller, W'nterhonso or
Oracle, nml that Juror llockus, who
hnil retumeil from the Coast a day
or so hefora the meeting at which
Holt was Indicted, could 'havo easily
lieen called upon to serve.
In dealing with tho excusing of
tho Jurors nnd the summoning of
the special Jurors, Justice Parry
"Not more than twelve Jurors
could lie olitalned. It Is undisputed
that thteo had not been served and
that four had lieen validly excused
Wnlaholo won the nomination from
The host of feeling nppcafg'to pro-
vail, as most of tho differences wore
etrnlghtonod out In caucus. Tho
ticket named hy tho convention fol
Senator Hon. Philip Pali, La
haina. " ,'
IJepresontatlvcs Joseph Cockctt,
Walluku: A. V. Tavares, Makawao;
Walaholo, Lahalnn; .Oeo, C. Cooke,
I; J: v. KnwnnKoa, nana;
Kolllnol. at lnrgc, ;
Treasurer L. M. Haldwln.
Auditor Chas. Wilcox.
Attorney U. II, Caso.
Supervisors Chas, Lake. Wallu-
ku! W. V. Pogue, Mnkawao; W. P.
, (AsHorLitMl 1'rcnii Cable.)
McALESTKIt) Okln.. Sept, 29,,
The suits ngali.st dovernor Haskell
growing .out of the Muskngeo town
lot frauds, were today dismissed
Tho government prosecutor declared
that under tho limitations or test!,
many Imposed hy tho Judge, .thero
was no chance to convict tho do
fendant. There Is conBfd'eruule Mfs
satlsfactlon with tho sts-tus of tho
case, the feeling being that It was
not tried on.ll.ymVlts. .
ADMIRAL R0ELKER DEAD
WASIUNOTON, D. C, Sept. 29.
Itear-Adniiral Charles Itufael IIih-I-ker,
retired, died hero today. lie
was one of the iiiont prominent men
j In tho navy In engineering lines.
ltoar-Admlral Itoelker was horn
In Omiubrtirk, (icriiiauy, and ron to
Ills position from an usslstniit en
gluecr lu $fZ. Il was appointed
n coiiiinniuler In 1HUU nnd retired
E7 )k mW'
AVIATOR BR00CKINS DARES DEATH
dsx f Km a WvW?mMi&l
mms' ,;;in,Mi LTr.wiaKairoHs
r "iim&i&i.biktf, mm,-w'.
" m.mr. & - - mm-
rJKx&&VMFjMrifLJj2nS . -
lir Ainyricnn Vri-w .iiM'l.-itli7
IN BIG LEAGUE
(Kpeclnl Ilii Hot I Ii Cilile.)
SAN FKANCISCO, Sept. 29. The
fight between New York and Pitts,
burg for iccond place in the Nation
al Lesene is the bier tonic of inter
est now in baseball circles, as the
leamie nennants are already cinch
ed. New York and the Pirates both
won today, and nre so close that the
loss of a single came is a serious
matter, ' ' t
At Boston Boston3,' Chicago 8
At Mew.oric new xors o, uin
cinnati 4., .
' At Btooklyn Brooklyn 2, Pitts
At Philadelphia Philadelphia G,
St. Louis 1.
At Cleveland Cleveland 1, Bos
At St. Louis St. Louis 1, Chi
Standing of AmerlcaVi League, Sept. 28
Now York 78
Chicago... j. .,.,( 5S
St. Louis .'... .41
7t; .4 mi
e, Sept. 23
Standing of National League, Sept.
Club. ' l W. .:VIH'I P
New York 1. 78
Cincinnati ........ 71
St. Louis K7
INTO CULEBRA CUT
(AuMKilatnl l'rws Cable.)
I'ANAMA. Sept. 29. A great
laiiiUllde today partially tilled the
big Culebrn rut. The slide was due
Id rains, j large force nf men was
nt nine put to wmk clisirliig nwuy
the dirt uud dt-bris, . .
FLIGHT IN AEROPLANE
LONG DASH THROUGH
jmm.mm TJ fHtttaYtMfci-Ji4-VWll
j41? - r .
. : n
Negotiations havo been practical
ly completed whereby the Territo
rial government will secure title, to
tho site on Young ktrect now occu
tiled by the drillshed nnd tho old
barracks used by Iho United States
Tho iinxlcty of the War Depart
ment to have tho Territory construct
a strong armory lu Honolulu to ac
commodate a regiment ot full
tvel))-company strength has been
-oxilesscd In a number iof letters
that havo passed between Adjutant
General .Jones nnd tho olllclals of
tho Wor Department nt Woshlngton.
The exchange ot laud, It Is be
lieved, will bo reached lu tho near
future, and It will then. devolve upon
tho next Leglhlaturo to make tho
appropriation or i.u.nuu or i.-
noo that has been asked ror liy mo
United States governmo.it, nndl
which, for tho ako or economy, was
refused at the last regular session
of tho Legislature.
Sovcral sites on tho waterfront
available for tho quartermaster's de
partment have been suggested, hut
nothing definite has been decided
upon ns far as the exact location
. . 1 .. l. .iim.lpail 111 tit A
Or 1118 IttHU HI liu niijiii vi uf -
i.v,iornl rovornmont for the use ot
(Continued on Pace 51
, i.r- MAYOR OF LONDON
CAi.NK-l.iled l'n CMble.)
lANDOX, ling., Sept, 29. Sir
Thomas Stiong, n "teetotaler" and n
woll-known advocate or prohibition
iiiirlpleC, was today olected lord
Mayor or London.
mini rriA pDnnilHr!
s-i iii rnii iiniiHuiiuii
WORSE IN NAPLES
cAwukIiiIkI I'll" Calilf.)
vviMl-a ltilv Sent Tim
freight nml pam-ngers on aerc.unt
of the oulhieak of cholera. The
piHiph. lire ih-eliiK fnim Hih city hy
Flics Ffom Spriygficld,
to Chicago -In Fast
SPtllNm'lliu). III., Sept. 29.
(,iVlillor llriHiklns; the ilarlng nvlator, '
inuny now irom nero io unicago, a
distance of 1S6 miles, In 2 hours II
minutes of a tual tlmo in tho 2lr.
lie mudfl enly two stops. I
lecoid Is rcmarkahln, as
It was made lu the
faro of ntmo-
w!io'ealo mooting of business
jncn'lin been called for luinnrw :if-
terr.oiin nt tho Chnuibcr of .Comi.iercA
nt tlileo o'clock. The call was Issued'
today iy a coinuiuie' conKu.,iug on
. i r. i.iMann n..P .,i,.i.i.,.tiLHl
,.ni ii v ni. it.
,.or...... .. siier- . .......K i" .. -
terest to be laid before tho business'
i.. .-...! ..i,.l.. .il.tl- In
men and that the mutlng Is the re
sult. No program ha yet -liwn given
out bv thu rommllten. It Is under
stood that tliu meeting will havo und
er dlsciUHlon prevailing conditions In
territorial buslncis, and ft Is probable,
that tho falling stock market will
como lu for somo attention.
RHODE ISLAND HAS
SLAP AT TARIFF
CAHMM-lilte.1 I . mh '.' r
PltOVIDKNC'i:, It.' I.. Sopt. 29.-
Tho Democratic State convention
hero todnv nominated Lewis Water
man for (lovemor. The' platform
denounces tho Aldrlcli-l'.iyno tariff
Often the imnulse to adver
lien rrimric In Iho unltlinnr mnn
: M. U.iolLo!. ' ll S Tn
In a DUSinCSS. in SlICIl'eVMU
llO haS a minlltV liartl timOi
letter lo.bus uh4 men. ilTliTnltan M, of , , wf)l, ni ,,,rlof Hawaii, than there - were- children V
to tho tact thill tbcrii aroc-tlnn lm- ,, h . . ... ,lfirf.iU.iJjiin iWiitof Pail-Hawallan liar-
His aSSOCiatCS Oiay, On a'1" l,l woikhij; of tliu.buard was
t-.u j; ii,. wlun nf nrl. laid bate. It was dlscoyorod that
jbll, dumil uib vtiiufa ui uu
VCrtlSmfl 10 OtnCrS, Dill Ulir
DUSinCSS IS Peculiar, IS llieir
ronu in uim
ThlS IS HKCly
i"j - !!
followed by tliei S ecplntj-
pOWder" Statement "WC liaVC
QOtten along WlinOUl ll.
If lc nnt tlio ihlnrc wn flfi
l l I, , mllVnr Ihncri vvn
WIIIlOllli IJUl rnilier mOhO V0
nn Willi tint linVfl lirOIIIlhl
v.w Mini ...... ..,. ..y
flhflllt T In nrOEZrCSS OI HIO
..UWH. -"- ."- ... .
world, and a finji can do itself
, ' , , i ii s
n0 IjOttOf SGrViCO thail tQ TC
snect the views of tho adver
tising enthusiast! at least so
far .as to becomo really ,ac-
qua in ca witn wuui kuuu uu-
vcrtlslng has done, and what it
C 0 1( I (J (lO fOT tllOllll N? Wi
Ayer & S6ni
( there Is one hiulnoss In tho
world that lequlios enlhuslasiii, It Is
ndveitlelng. Kiiicrson fcays Hint ev
jury great and rommniidlug movvmunt
I iii the blHloiy of the world, Is the'
(iluiiinli of enthiiulasiu, It Is certain
t ii.it ilm iiilvnrliulni: man who lios-!
nest.es knnwledgo and enthusiasm to,
, llui greatest detsrec, makes the great-
J est surcess of his business. j
KnClul.utli' and Prouresslvo llus-
wulUug placed In thu Lvenli g
llui lot In hllngs remits (hat de-(
v.dop iiHIiiihIiisiii uud m do hlK; ,
'ucr biwinos. . , ,
Expert Declares That
Are Needed For Hawaiian ' - &
That the Mopping of immigration
Into Hawaii wmld ! n hard lilow at
liiilnsti v and nrojiieiltv In Hit. Ter
ritory In tho gist of n letter roroliod
bv Allien V. Jn.t.1 eamllilnin fnr i)m
U.....I.. .,.. ii... ii mi. i.i,... ....
., ... . , , ,., . . , ,
. n.-i..r .i. ur .ii win i.rrimriai
llnuid of Inimlgrntlou. Th? loiter w.is
wiilttn lu UHpimsu to n lenucst fur
Information in.iilo by Mr. Judd. It
shows rlculy the folly ol such as no-
llcy ns that advocated by Link Mi-
iCr.ndlrss, Ifcinorralie candldato Mr
Thu Utter Is ns follows:
"My Hoar Mr. Jiulili I respiud
with some re'.uclance l;i your request
for n letter on Immigration, heraiuo
IIiIh itucslluu has now,
atcly, tven niado an
lciu! In pirly
iclltlcs. Peaco understand that iiiywiil!ttlra
ofplews en Iho lubj-cf oto nol based
On narty ulUllatlon: Anil worn
li.ubllcatis of llswall now niiiinjlifc
what I nm-r'i-itt to write.
T , ,, -,,... ,,,.
wvu IIIMII Ul () allnillllll
Eelf.Coverrment of the Territory,
,Om ira wlij' I favor publicly
c-imltictcil "-'riiMlau linuilgratlon tej
Hawaii Ik beeaiffo Lce'iin olhcr way
to promt I lie proglosvlvo Urtentalli
ntlon of these Islands, leading tiem
towards ileiicndonry Instead of Male
, liood, and towards government hy r
commission nppolnted In Wni.llngton.
KffilSTRATlON BOARD GETS
. mum an I mr
miAtu m law
D01 MEN WHO SHOULD VOTE
When S. V
man of the
, ChilllngworUi, chair-
boaid of registration,
canl '",0 tl10 "m " "f A l t'- M-:l iaTe "umhor of federal euiiiloye
"'"' 'bnlrmaii of' tho Republican who, Chairman Atkinson holds, afo
TcrtJ.orlal central committee, ondlegally entitled to cast n ballot! If
nsked somo advleo, n serious mlx-up they comply with the Territorial1
iho boaid bus been rcfiMhkHo
ttcr Kndeml onirlnU and' employes
i-onnectcil with such branches of tho
H,"'v,,,,, "B '"u iiuiiiic ucnuii anil ma-
been p f, eedlng; lwi says, on tho
rtl. flllil hlu l.trifO li'tvn
iinili'wuiiii'.iii; that such pcrfons
hove no voto and should be classed
wl, "", trniwlent army and navy
,, ow )mvo bel,n .,,,
ilnwn I'l.niliiw.iill, wu unnliln In
u.,,..., w,.. n ., ...... .... u ...
say. ana un enon win no mane m
. ... ....
If. i u as many as piwniuio ui ilium
who havo been refused. I
,Severa nudo protest, but tho
board did not consider that their
f. . .f. ?. .;. .1. .. .
ONE GOOD DEMOCRAT . ;J
QUITS BOSS' CAMP
"I'm through' with McCandlcss, I'ern and H.'venburBh. I will
not vc e for them under any cwsideintion, In fact, I shall
work for John Lane and Kunlo."
Dr. .1. II. IViymnnd, n well-known nnd Inlliienl'.nl Democrat,
made the declaration this morning. Dr. Hnymoiid feels that hi
wns doiKile.rrossed by the above named gentlemen lu the recent
Democratic convention, and that bo ran not stand for their meth
ods, anyway. Hence his nteiitnu to work for n ItepulillcSii
Mayor and n Itnpubllcan Dolegat'n. Dr. Itaymnnd, In declaring
hluiMdr ns he lias, adds another' to n lung list of Ibunocratsovho
it ! refusing lu slnnd for the IIijk and hi felliiw-pcilltlclaiisT
1- i ' ' i .-v ' t Tff t
Ihdustries ' ' M
Instead of by a legislature olec(7d brl
"'9 ll(,"l'l" of tho Territory.
Oriental Increjie dangerous.
" Hawaii weir to ho rut' off today!
fni counectlon'wlth the outer world.;
'" " lcul,In ""ll Htlior como. horbi
r gti away, a man who oasts hh flrS',
vote this elcctlm would not roac):. IBu
age of foity hefnrn the government of.
"IC leijiiory would bo lu tho control
"' Oilnilal oIits. The Ine.reao of
JapanfMi alnno within leu y ar nu.irlyi
'"I'tal the preent tnlal Hnwallo'n mi-J
I'Ulallon of llioso Islands. And lu
spiio or recent treaty ri'.trlrtlons on
(Immigration, nj )lip fact that morn
n,fn nr" nnw 'waving than nrrlvhiK,-
,,lprr Is reason to Mtcvu (hat llui
cxcei of births anicng the Jianejn,
YCr.ilt)jlh.i mul ilepaVluren coiubtned.
ifl-niHlna n ronttniirtl gniwlh tif HiatJ
Thla high 'birth ratol
n """ag wriemais promises iq -neconioj
' ''((trcaior; icnuo tho protmrtum otj
lm-.Ti'!''" nmnnc them l steadily In
Uqr,f Ct'en togrlhor.
"71ir'Wi'e l-i print lealiy
that without cintiiiued Caupaslnn lm- 1
nnljjtiitl.iMAnnllcB will sikiii crowd
.iKjtfi.lli Jllaifti-ntul Whiles om of Its-Mall.-
'They nre riot lo bo blamed for
this; and tho tirotllntlon U not iiinilit
in an unfriendly spirit toward them.
Wo nre simply reasoning calmly about,
the! jiolltlcal future of tho Territory. v
(Continued on Pace 2)
inn Tiimm . ,,.M
anu mm .v
entitled thorn to tho fran:,
llnnolutii In liartlular Iwi!'?!!
registration liiws, and- ho propwsj
to see that tbls right Is nfrorde'oV
rea-.theln. ' . W'f
sir. Atkliitan, Hated this mornlUK"'
that the tnntler wlliuoi,iiut uptoi,
coventor near and tho technical-
iiiii-nimiin un.iMirii inn, tllllll4liu
at,... wlm li,. n .Inh, ... tnla lili.ll .
be denied It, Ho ulsn nsks that any '
of (lioso who havo boon refused on ..
theso grounds apply to tho board i
again. r .
t)l0 roCantliu. Chairman Chll- (
lln.unl-ITi 'ifiri lli'nl li'i, will r.-lilnr!'
....a..u.t.. V..H ...... .... .. (r a1- j f
everyoouy except ino ntinrj, ana
navy people, ru i
The board Is now rcglsterlneti-'
crs In the Kuplolaiil hulldliyJArlt
will go to Puiiloa on Saturdi(yyr',lfrii.
?- 'r ii '?' ? ,? -t' 'f1 e-'1
Mi ' '
WM' i ! t' 'l '
us reur-uilinlriil In 1903. . Ills home
t - . V. 1 i .... i. - ".
bus been In Washington., I). (V
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