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From San .Franclico:
Bloim . ,i October 28
For San Francisco:
Korea October 21
Mil lull a ......... .November G
Mara ma November 8.
People want good merchandise
and will go anywhere to get it. An
ad in the BULLETIN'will tell them
where to go.
Advertising resuts you don't haveto wait for
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4752.
10 FADES. HONOLULU, TEBRIT )RY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBEB 18, 1010. 10 $AQES.
PRICE 5 CENTS. '
PHILADELPHIA WINS AGAIN
DISASTER MEETS AIRSHIR OVER OCEAN
Out. Tried Men
Veterans In Local United States
Customs' Service Suddenly
: V Dropped
Four of llio lieu known men nml
oldrrt III-point of scrvlio III tliu llu
iiolu'ii customs tendered 'their lealg
nations In Collector 10. it. Stucknblu
by o'chn-k tills moriihig, mid be
fore t lie termination of' a iirotra t
eil hearing. It la picdloleil tbat at
Icuat a It it I C dozen more cioplojes
(it tbe tervfeo will huvo also llleil
similar documents with tliu chief or
tbe corvlre. ' , ..
0. II. Haven, deputy collector und
ruler nf tins outdoor iStalT c)t tliu
local customs; K. A. Jucobxoti, dep
uty collector anil Inspector; U. A.
Itinveis, duy Inspector, ami T. J.
NoycH, dny Inspector, bail touijcre'l
lliclr icidguutlons to Collector Stuck
nblo nlnintt Immediately following
the-opening "f tbo .cuiftomg houso
''tlili morning. '
All rorts of rumors arc alloat con
cerning tbe reason for tliu apparent
whole-ale withdrawals nf familiar
fares from tbo local ctibtoms (service.
Collector Stsicknblo positively to
fucnl to make any statement what
soever concerning tho'-rcllicinont of
a uumlicr uf bis cnipmycs, savo a
bare admission tbat they bail called
upon him this morning, each armed
with n hrlof letter tondorllig his ics
Ignatlon. J i
"I call not nia'k'o niy Statement
cnn-ernlng the niuttorjmtU after my
report has been submitted Ho Wash
ington," declared Collector Btuclinblo
Aiikrit If a uiiinbcr of other men
eonniTled with the inspectors' dlvl-
Ion mlgbt bu Included in tbe lift
of tbote win) deemed It lit and prop
er that tliov retire from the pay
and service of 1'iiclo Ham, Collector
Tbo "Hiisclun -problem" at Iwllel
is solving Itbidf,' according to reports
from tlio camp. Within tliu past few
days tbo immigrants have begun In
neck plantation labor ol their own ac
cord "and steadily tbe inhabitants of
tlio ramp uru dfiuluUliliig In num
Almost dally tbo Hoard of Immi
gration In (.ending laborers and their
families out In plaiitiitinnti, says Or. I
Victor S. Chirk, of tbo board. Tbo
movement Is quite well dcllned, tbo Im
migrants luivlng Investigated uirl-(
o ii.ii plantations, decided where they
want to work and tlun applying to
uio hoard ror employment. Slnco, Immigrants will not be dlllicult. A
almost any of tbo plantatfous are in , good many of tboso now going out to
the Held for labor, tlio Husslans, plantations had previously tiled It
wliqnttliey inunlfcst u sincere desliu uml unit, but now, getting hotter ue
lo go to work, linvo no tiviiblc In do-.u.uulnted with Inland conditions, arr
lB " ' ready to tackle It aguln.
DY E. D.
I will votj tlio etraloht Pepu,blcan ticket. I bolleve this Is the only sane
cource to purouo. I dc not understand how any man vitally Interested In
the pronrets r.rd prosperity of this Terrltrry can da otherwise. Personal
preference for Individual candidate's should be put csldc and the people of
this Territory should net solidly behlrd the candidates of that Party whoce
policy has made tlicfo little islands the most prosperous community on the
Qlebe. A vote ftr the Republican policies Is a proQresslve and constructive
one; a vote for the Democratic policies, a reactive and destructive-one.
t 'M'T--"- "-- i.-.-.'W:&.-.v:.'i.... ..jMt,'-. ',,.-.A.;,
Stuckahlc coiitliiueil' II r in In refusing
to mako any statement.
I will say tbli.-' vouched tbe col
lector In tcrmliititlug bis Interview,
"nml tbat Is Unit theau men uro not
leaving tlio customs r.crvlcu through
any dealing In opium."
ThcioMs no iiucstluu but tliat'llio
resignations turueil Into tliu folio t
or's olllco by
Messrit. Haven, Jacob'
nml Nr.yea were not
voluntary. Collector Stnckiihlc slat
oil tills laoriilnsr. however, that tbo
resignations of men In the Civil Sor
vice could nut bu demanded under
the existing regulations.
The. collector, evaded, all Inquiry
tbat would serve to draw out the
real reason why the retiring em
pToyeB word Induced to take a step
(but will se.rvc to separate thorn
from Mfolong. positions with tha
LTnltcd States Government.
During tbo' morning hours Collect
or Stucknhlo's uflU-e was an animated
place or business, lluforo tbn Inqui
sition Is completed it Is understood
that prartli"illy, every olio of the
sixty-live employes connected with
(Continued on Pace 3)
There was a Jong drawn out cnxo
at tliu police court Ibis morning and It
nil roxolved around a Ixisclnll game
that was plnycd at Kallhl two wco'ts
ago. Tbo captain of one team was
anesled and cbaiged with having as
saulted a spectator. Th defcunu was
Hint the spectator was so drunk that
lio was a nfilsancn. and that ho got
Just about what ho deserved.
The' accused was round gullly and
Dr. Clark thinks that little by lit
tle Dig ItntHlaiiH will bu scattered ov
er those Islands, uml will merge into
the population without taking any
employment a way from (he Hawaii
mis. Ho tlmta that probably ten per
cent nf tbo Kiisslami uio artisans
skilled In soino kind of craft, uml
these have not much dllllculty In Uml
lug Jobs when jtbey rcully mean to
Tliu hoard Is pursuing n painstak
ing mid Intelligent Im estimation of
the labor conditions In the cidony,
wltli the results mi far reached noted
nbovo. Dr. Clark thinks 'that the
problem of dlsiioslng of tbo idisslan
WALTER WELLMAN FAILS
3 " '
PICKED UP BY STEAMER
sssssliVBssHsni S A?'t'$ T$jfy irvaiHfl
mmfmmmmmmnmmmmnm u mn niiiiisiiws smi,,,,,).-,
. cryfGAfrf fro
Aviator and Five Companions
Abandon Airship In
(Asioelatfd I'ris-. I'.ible.)
Ni:V YORK. Oct. IK. Illown from
their couise by heavy wlnils, bat
tered bU'h in ah- .above furious seas,
Walter Wellinan and Ills llvo com
panions have abandoned their at
tempt to cross tbo Atlantic In tbo
dirigible airship America.
Today thu steamer Trout picked
up tho rlx-men, who hail descended
(Axxiicl.iti'il 11-i-m CnM )
BTl l'lITKHSnURli, On.
Count Leo Tolstoi, novelist.
ious teacher mid fcoclitl reformer,
was taken Biidilenly 111 today with
riii,r ,.iiu ,,,i i, ,,. ,-.,.
sc n s fol ours 1 s deu h s ex
'!"d i 'T";,P. ., Z Lnr
aeo nml Iiiir been In niM.r health f.A"1""""'"""1 ' "" 'l1'1"- Illtliru.
. rAKKoeluKil P.i-m Ciillii.t
LONDON. Oct. lfi.Thn trial
Crlppon Nviib roninicnccd tndny. An
ImineiiFu cOwi througeiL. the court
loom. Crlppcii Is tharged with tho
murder of his wire. Hello Klinore.
liu ui-ii tvnii uio nki-miKi iijmut, .iiinn
i.. mm, in nniniui, um, wiia lunuii
"LK " """""
riAr- in s i"mr-nn nriurr
rAGE AuAIPJ FOR SENATE
MONT PM.lKIl, Vt.. Oct. IS.
benator Pago has becjl reelected.
from the airship and taken refuge
In a llfcbn.it and were at tbo mercy
of the wind and waves. They wero
then a hundred and fifty miles oft
Capo Hatteras, whero thoy had been
blown by gales that curried tho frail
air craft along at gieat Sliced. The
descent Into tbo lifeboat was hazard
ous, mid the entire party narrowly
I'rlvnto advices lecelved In this city
from -M. I. Bllvu, who with A.' J. Camp
bel is In I'm (usul for tbo Tcrrlturlr.'
Hoard or Igimfgratlon to lorrult inml -
" ' ' ' ' "m' wJnckHimvHUi and dog tbousnnds of
""" ""s"tl " "''- " Kottlng' dollars' damage. 8m.tl.orii Florid
A letter Ii.im been iccclved fiinn Mr.
Hllva slating that Campbell U ..I woilt
'will, results already In sight. At tho
tlino tliu letter was wrlltmi. Camp
bell was In Lisbon, but he was ex
peeled to leavo Blilully for riinclial,
" The revolution has undoubtedly up
set sdino of bis plans. Tho ll'iard of
i Immlgiatlo.i has. been umihlo to coin
inunleute BatlHfarloilIv with him ho
cauio or tho fuel tin tho authorities
the new lepublle will n,n nllow
,,,) t.,n i ..Be a 'cl.iber cole.
Ireailng that such nussagos might bo
I used by, conspirators ngnltiM Um io-
I public. Slurr. the linmlgrnllnii bunl-.H.
I ness "is Inrgoly conlldcntlal, cinminl-
cation by ct.blo hai practlciilly lien
FEDERAL PAY IS
General Wood In Speech
r . St. Louis Tells
COL JONES SAYS
. WOULD BE FINE
At Present Hawaii Guardsmen
Receive No Pay from terri
tory When Called Out Men
of States Get $2 Per Diem,
A (dan for it Federal salary for
olllsjrs uml men of tbe National
(itiard Is now on' foot. Details of
it liavo leached National Guard of
liters of thu Territory, who heartily
endoieu the move.
The plan wus commended by
Mujor-Ueiierul Leonard Wood, chief
of start of the regular army, In an
address before the National Cuard
Association at St. Louis oil .Octo
Tlio Idea Is to pay officers below
thu rank of general IS per cent, of
the pay of officers of tbo samo rank
in the regulars, commanding officers
C per cent, more, mud enllBtcd men
2f per cent, of tbo pay of enlisted
men In tlio regular establishment.
Colonel Jones' Opinion.
Colonel Jones of thu Guard of Ha
waii, when seen this lilornlng on
this proposition, said that It was
decided upon at tho lust meeting of
tlio National , Guard Association,
held at Los Angeles, ami nt that time
a bill was drafted for presentation
to Cong'-es which hiyl tbo hearty
Biippiii ol regular olllrs.
"In the United States 'irnpcr."
said Colonel Jones, "the men of the
guard each receive Htato pay If they
a.ro called oitt by the Oovornor, and
that pay amounts to two dollars a
day for every day they sorvo. Hi
(Continued on Page 3)
(Kix-rlul II ll 1 1 o 1 1 n ratdO
LISIION, Portugal, Oct. 18. Tho
republican government today Issued
a decree of. permanent exllo for tho
members of thu house of Hragunia.
Tbo deposed King Manuel, Queen
Mother Amello and tho othor royal
relatives are forbidden to return to
(AHwicl.iti'd Prem Cable.)
ST. AUOUSTINH, Kin., Oct. 18.
l lc'., 7 r "weeping
ithrmigb thu business section of
ban been completely cut oft from
commui.lrntli.il by tho sevoro storm
that is raging through tho Statu.
SAN KltANCISCO, Oct. 18.
Meets: R8 analysis, 9s, 2 3-4(1.; par
Ity, n.9.1c. Previous, nuotatmn, 9s.
5 l-4d. .
ASIA PASSED FRENCH 8HIP.
Captain (faukrogcr mint ryif the
iPnrlflc Mall hKiiumr Asia reports hnv
lug passed a threu masted l-Vcjirh ship
dlsplavlug signals which read "J. K
Tho ves sel was sighted on October
Hth and at the llmo was In Lat. 32.01
North and long, 138.10 West.
Game For World's
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. IS. A whirlwind batting jcsiion early
in the 'came todav drove "Threc-finecrcd" Brown, the cTcnt Cliicaeo Cub
TiUehcr, from the box and cinched the second gnmc of the world's series
for the Philadelphia Athletics. Continuing their onslaught on Lou
Richie, who succeeded Brown, the Athletics administered the second
straight defeat to the Cubs by the score of 0 to 3.
As was the case yesterday, tits Athletics were marvels at the bat
and on the .batjsMTheir four errors did not, help the Cubs to stem the
tide of defeat.) Cqombs, one of Connie. Mack's great 'boxmen, pitched a
fine game, holding' the Chicago team to eight scattered hits, while the
Athletics gathered fourteen off Brown and Richie.
Score; Chicagv-Runs, 3; hits, 8; errors, 3. Philadelphia Runs.
0; hits, 14; errors, 4. '
Batteries Coombs and Thomas; Brown. Richie and Klinjr.
Last night at twclvo o'clock, an obi
Portuguese, vns badly assaulted and
robbed ut I lio entrnnc'u to tho road
Hint leads' to tliq-Atbli tic Park. Two
youths nre now In custody, nml charg
ed wltli highway rohbery. It appears
Unit the Portuguese, who was a trifle
Intoxicated, waiuleied Into a dark spot
and there was beaten un by the lads.
Tlio Hist known of tliVuffiilr was
when i mull licanl mimo ono groaning;
the icibv went to Investigate, nml
th" found the' old .man on thu
ground. The news wJb turned Into
the pelleo station, and tlio patrol wag'.
on look tho man to tlio hospital.
In the meantime tlio two youths
Andiuws um! Hobble had proceeded
up the street to an ico cream parlor
Ono ofr them changed a ten dollar;
piece thero andjlie Japanese proprie
tor Identified bftnfiTieii as having been
In bis storo. A ikiIIco otUcer saw tbo
men running towards tbo Ico cream
parlor, and he sot sail after them. At
tho refreshment place tlio nlllcnr ar
rested both youths, and shortly after
wards they were lodged In tho police
Chief McDurTlu Investigated tbo mat
ter nifil both tho youths told different
stories to account for tho ten dollars
they had changed. Tomorrow morn.'
Ing they will appear In court nnd an
swer to tho charge of highway rob
EXPLORER IS HERE
Hawaii's contls uml sboro linos.
will mi surveyed and charted .before, wood. She Is of sulllrlent bUo to
tho little Unlloil States Coast and e'arry ma hlnery (hat can Bond her
C-codlitlc Survey bteamcr i:xdorer, through the wnter ul a ratu of ap
now ut tbo port uf Honolulu, units proximately ten knots per hour,
tho waters of this Territory. Tho lltllo steamer encountered
Tbo Kxplorer was un arrival this
morning, thliteen days from Dutch
Harbor. Alaska. Tbo little craft,
resplendent in white and buff paint,
iiwnkened inurli curiosity us sbo lay
off tbo harbor limits and waited for
her turn with tho quarantine awl
Sbo camo nlnneslilo tbo Alnkca
wharf liv 9 o'clock nnd Caitt'aln V.
C DIbrell. who has been Identined I" survey work In tho Piiclllc uml
with tbo Burvey service for many Arctic waters,
years, camo mOimo and paid Ills 10-' l'ractlcally tho whole- nf the sunv
rpects to tho government ntlleluW. I ll10' w" l"-'''t In Aliiskn. Wlillo
Tho Kxplo.er will remain within there a complctrf survey wns made
the boundaries of tlio Turrltory for of the Il8herlesu utid'ubout Nush-
a number of months. It Is believed
that It will be tbn lntlnr part or
March before tlio, work now planned
will linvo been 'completed.
The Kxplorcr Is a vessel of but
Cubs .In Second i
Han an accident befallen tho Mat-
son Navigation chartered Btearaer Ne-
This morning n cnhlo wns received
by tbo Merchants'- Kxchango' to tho
effect that thu Nevadan Is returning
to Sun Krnnclsco reftortco) full of wa
ter. 'Tbo Nevadan wiib scheduled to
sail -from vSan Fruiiclscp for Pugot
Sound port on October.. 16th. Tbo
vessel was cctverlhg a run .of the
llyndes. . .
Custlu and Cooke, t)uv loeal agentn"
ror thu vessel, sent ti cuble to Sauji
I' lillieiKKI IK UOUU (OOW) II1IIH1IIK 111-,.
ijuiry (-uiifi'riiiiig i.ib. eiieni 01 usui
iigutn the Nevadan. At three o'clocjc
this afternoon no reply bad been re
ceived. " V-
TEN DAYS MORE
Ton days liavoi 1011 given coujisff
ior r.iiwaru u. i,unn, nccueii yi crim-. j
Inal assault on a female child "under
tho ago c-f nltio years, tu-lllo further
papers In tlio case, ,xsml tbo motion '
to dismiss tho motion to ipiasl. tbo
Imllctment was grunted by 'Judgu
Cooper this inoriiluj:.
Tno caso was tirTcomo up for pica
nt (mi o'clocK but tho wholo Jha'o. of '
tlio court until noon was taken, up.
In tho .arguments of counsel ori the-
motion Io ipiash the Indictment,. At-
2L'8 tons not uml Is constructed ot
bead w.lnds ami very rough seas on
tho way down from Alaska. Sbo
'nirles six olllcera uml a crew ot
thirty-six man. " V'J j
nix years oi-consinni servico navo
fallen to tbo (ixpldrarslnco she wasjj
.launched and naila slier Initial trip ,
1 "' Hie Atlantic. ,ln ISflii tho ye-J
was sent aroulid tlio Horn, anill
l"l:, "'nt tlino sho has been engaged ,i
ngok and Dutii Harbor.
21S5 Wllerlul rooms 2250 l
buklnrss oAlrr. These nn Hie tele
plioiic uunbvrs ot tbe U u 1 1 et I u. V
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