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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 13, 1912.
WISE YARN IS
(Continued from Page 1)
17,500,000 gnllom dull), uml Unit the
clt In getting nn average of three and
niio-hulf rents per Ballon The, re
ceipt he gave iih iihmit 1CO,000 hint
)enr The discrepant) In figures wus
When nxkril uh tn the mutter thin
morning, Cuinpbcll stutnl: "Two )tars
ago I tinl up with the ('liiimlicr nf
t'oinnicne the mutter of the outrage
ous charges for water on the water
front "Itmler the-law 1 huvo the power to
put In meters where I flml the wu-
ItcpuhlicuiiB of tho Ninth Pioclnct
I Ulli District, who met Inst night
unr pretty nugry this morntui; wlicn
the) saw In tho morning paicr lh.it
the had rejected an offer to rend rep
resentatives to n Tnft l.cnguo mcctliiB
Mils iiftcriinon because John II Wlsi
Is iilUllitvil with tho league.
Tho morning paper sa)B that the
dull will not authorize Its olllcers to
.itlcinl iiiij meeting whllo tho League
lOllllUIKH to "hug .tolut Wise to Itn
hvoin," nml Rocs on to speak of thu
"polutcil remarks made ahout him last
The story Is denounced as n pleco ter lias been wasted, and 1 have been
of rhlldlsh faklnp mi tho part of the dolus ro all nhyiR I can take .'",
inninltiR piper, Tho story docs not oon from the innuc) thnt will lie uvull-
mi) explicitly that the cluli dcmanilcd
the dlsmlssnl of Wise, hut Intimates
It over and over.
Sol. Mahelona, sccrotnr) of the'
chili, whose naino was tiscil In the pa
per this inornliiR, mid other nicmhers.
(In lie that John Wise was not men
tloilcd at the meotliiR.
Mahclonn sa)s I ho club membership
In divided over tho question of wheth
er .or not to nmllatc with tho I.eaRiie,
hut not because Wise Is n League
member. Just where the innrnlnR pa
per Rot Its glaring!) erroneous Infoi
m.i t ion fiom Is n mBtcry, lint some of
them think that Iinln Andrews Is
hick of It, 3 Andicws has been trj
Inj, to outU Wlso from the League.
Tho two letters which figure In the
matter aio as follows:
Tnft Republican league
Honolulu, T. H., Match 11, 1912.
Fnl Mnhf lonii, l'sn. , Sec) , Itcpiibllcan
Club Mil Tree., fith j)lat., Hono
lulu, T. H.
Dear Sir: I resiiertfnlly Invito )ou
and thiouRh tho (iffUcrs anil memborb
of tho executive coinmlttce of )our
piulnct dub to meet with tho execu
tive cotninittco of tho Tnft Republican
I.eaRiie at tho tlciiuhllcan hcadquar
toii. 307 Juild huihllng, for tho purpose
of discussing matters of Interest to
I would siiRRest that the niecllns.be
licld noxt Wednesday, March 13, 1912,
at I in the afternoon hut If this hour
In Inconvenient will ou kindly notify
mo to that effect and I Khali iirmiiRO
to hnvo our committee meet J on gen
tlenieu at such u time as may he
iirilc ihle In v on.
Yours vcrj trnl ,
J. I. COOKH,
lMiiiilnlii. T. II, March 13, 191J.
Mi. I I". Cooke, Chairman Taft lie
publican I.eaRiie, Honolulu. T. II.
Deal Sir: At a meeting of tho He-
publican Club of the 9th I'rcclnit of
tho .'tli Iteniehcntatlvo District, held
on Tiicm1.iv evening, tho 12th Inst., I
was Instructed to Inform joii that the
dub dci lined Its (ifncors to meet with
jour executive commlttco to discuss
mailers of Interest to tho part) on
the lino as Indicated by jour letter of
tho 11th Inst. The club Is wIIIIiir to
huvo join commlttco call here at our
picclnct for discussion on mutters as
lercrred to by joii.
A meeting for that purposo will bo
aiiangcd iiiTYcrelnt of your letter.
Yours very truly,
Sec. Itoiiuhlkun Club, 91 h Tree,
utli Representative Dlstilct.
uhln tin AiiRiist and a similar sum
when the next money comes along
This will be sulllclcnt to Install inc
urs throughout I do not know of
any other method by which the wntir-
front charges tan be leducid except
that bv making tho people pa) for
what they use"
The (lovcrnnr when nsked as to the
power of the superintendent iookoi
up the Ian on the question and stilted
that Campbell Imd the power to Install
incur nt Territorial expense
(Continued Irom Pag 1)
through with the Tnft league,
that ho couldn't stand for the
work behind his back.
Furthermore, nt noon today ho stat
ed to tho Hullo tin that he will
tcsIrii his position nml Intends to
tnko no further part In tho campaign
I will present my resign itlon from
tho Tnft I-cnRiio to President J. I'.
Cool. o as soon us he returns from
Knual," he stated.
Neither Wise nor Chairman Cooper
would tell what went on nt tho carl)
moinltiR conference, but the facts
cinio out In a mund-nbottt way tha'
Tnft Lcaguo lenders charged Wise
with supporting Kuliln In his weekly
paper. Instead of supiiortlng Cooke,
and that Wlso was called down In no
uiucrtain way. Wlso points to tho
paper itself as evidence that ho Is sup
porting the Tnft l.eaguo and has been,
Hack of nil this, Andrews has been
working. After falling In his attempt
to organlzo a "third part)," and full
iiiR so foolish 'that ho made tho
whole thing look ridiculous, ho turned
to tho Taft I.ciiruo as u chnuco to
And In view of his busy lit t to activ
ities, tho question was asked toda) ns
to whether Andrews Isn't doing some
Rum-shoo work for OcorRo It. Carter
nml n Hoosevclt boom also.
Tho result of tlm Andiows' stunt Is
that Wlso Is about to quit tho Tuft
Lcaguo upparentlj. and It looks as If
a lot of detailed organization work I
golnR fo bo pulled down after It hart
been carofull) built up.
Company I, 3rd Itattnllon of Hngl
nccrs, which arilvcd hero on the trans
port Thomas jestorda), for station at
Kort I)o Huss), comes to Honolulu re
cruited vcrj neailv up to full strength.
There arc 149 men out of the 15D that
go In mako up u full company of en
gineers, Tho newly arrived engineer troopi
went under cunvns at Do Tluss) on
their arrival, mid until (1 Company
rocs, on the April trnnsiiort, quarters
will bo rather crowded. Captain War
ren T. llnnniim and Lieutenants (lee
and Ilcsson arc the officers with tho
I Coinpanj. Mnjor Woolen retains
command of the post, nlthough ho Is
no longer attached to troops.
Officers on detached duty hero have
found another Joker In tho Ami) ap
propriation hill, In the ilnuso which
provides thnt no part of tho sum ap
propriated may bo paid to any offlcci
who has been absent from his arm of
tho service for four )cnrs out of the
"Supisiso the II") hill rocs through
nml still those who have been iiinio
than the allotted time on detailed duty
mo not ordered back to their nrm of
the service," snld one olllcer. "Wo
would then have tn pa) our own sala
ries." And still another little joker A
section of tho Hay hill provides that
no changes shall he made In tho uni
form In force Mny 31, 1911. Now tho
much-tnlkcil-nf new uniform reguh
tlons, which turned tho whole regalia
of the Army Inildc out. went Into ef
fect later than this. If the bill Is pass
ed, Is tho "V. It." knocked out?
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Theio will bo tvo meetings held to
night In connection with tho Christluu
extension movement of the ftvo Kng-
llsh chinches, lsith ot which start nt
half-past 7 o'clock.
At the Then. Da vies Memorial Hall
(hero is to be a meeting of all thosu
Interested In the movement and dur
ing tho evenlnR several short speeches
will he made of nn explanatory na
ture. At the Central Union Church Kiel
Huttcr will take his IiIr choir in hand
for the first tlmo nml some of thu
sours that nro to ho sung dmlng tho
next two weeks will bo sung over.
"Thero lias been some sort of mis
understanding," stated Hnv. Kliorsnlo
this morning, "in connection with tho
tlmo of starling tho two meetings.
Doth nf them are to start at half-past
7 o'clock "
I I' Was said toda)-.
"Tho name of John II. Wise wns
never mentioned at tho meeting of
tho lllh Precinct of tho I'ltth Wstilil
last night. Tho report which was
published In tho Advertiser this morn
ing was not only erroneous hut mis
leading. I was present during thu en
Solomoh Mnhotonn, socrotary of tho
nth I'leclnct of tho Fifth, nt whoo
huuso the meeting was held last night,
That Captain llarr) l.ako of thu
County Attorneys olHco was down nt
Alcu, I'earl City and Walpahu u row
da) a ugo, making Investigation or cer
tain Jupaneso and Filipinos ihargol
with assault and battery, wns tho
statement of Japanese who iiuno tn
town this morning.
Lako declines to say an) thing. It
Is repented on good authority, how
ever, that tho matter will ho brought
to tlio attention of the grand Jurj and
may result In tho an est of tho Japan
ese ami Filipinos who wcro mixed up
! In tho fight.
was (iniiliatlc In his denial this morn
Iiir thnt tho nnmo or John H. Wise morning In his ofllco. Hu said that the
was mentioned nt tho meeting last sentiment of thoso at tho mcetln
night lie said that If tho naino of was strongly npiohod to tho Invlta
Wise was mentioned nt all It imisttlnn of tho Taft laguors Had the
havo been outsldo tho meeting Invitation bleu signed h) Chiilimau
"I'eisonall), t novor tioniil John ll.itjuopor of tho Republican part), It
Wife's naino mentioned at tho moot- would have iccclvcd duo consldorn
lug Inst night." said Muhetonu this tlon.
.INHUMAN AND COWARDLY
SAYS INVENIUH HtNtAH
Tlio liilluiniis that Imvo.bccn at
work to privcnt progress on market
lug in) machine foi crushing the nlgu
mini lien n are the most Inhuman and
inwardl) that (an be liuiiglmd," said
I Mr runcar, tho Inventor of tho mn-
ililne. this morning "Not only are
they tr)lng to do tne up, hut tho nro
causing two liniment women to suf
fer as a (oiisequencc nf their schem
ing I Intend tn get to the bottom of
It, for I know tho machine to bu a
prndlial sue (ess "
Mr Iti near had u lonfirinm this
morning with Aug do Villi le, a ilmn
Ist rrimi St Drills, Ileuiilnn Island, In
the I'mich lolonles. This g( ntkniall
trail, some of tho ulgaroba beans to his
Islands when he left Honolulu on n
previous visit Tho trees are doing
will, and hu Is now taking an Interest
In the m.uhliie for' crushing the hums.
A pa.it) of sovent)-two Mormons
mostl) Scandinavians uml hair of them
women, hound for Utah, airivnd at
Halifax by the Allan liner Ornmplnu Night
(Contlnuaa from Pag 1)
tho city and a hlghwu) over which
travel a big pciicntngo nf visitors to
King Street Pavement to Follow.
Ohla-hlock pavement can ho laid
nluiiR King i.treet at the rnto of $1 11
u squnro )urd. Tho Hawaiian Devel
opment Compaii) represented h) Pics
Idcnt flcorgo Castle, has made this
proposal to the (It) authorities with
tho understanding that the municipal
ity provide n live-Inch concreto bus"
which will serve as u proper founda
tion for the blocks.
City and Count) Knglncer Cere lias
prcpalcd an estimate or tho cost ol
tho entire Impiovoutcnt, which llguics
total n little, less than live thousand
Chad man Dwlght or the Itond Com
mittee will favor the letting of a con
tract for n wood-blotk pavoment for
King street between Niiii.iiiu uml Fort
streets In u report to be submitted
Johnson Favored for Gere's Position.
S Johnson, who bus been Identlllcd
with tho clt) engineer's department
for sotiio tlmo past, is favored for tho
position of City uml Count) I'nglnco"
with the ictlie.-nout of tho present In
cumbent, (Hies II (lei p. Mr. (Icio's
resignation reached tho Mnor ) ester
day He states that ho had been off
ered and accepted jisiblllon witli the
I'lshop Estate, fioro dei laics that mi
political or other Interfeicuro bus
prompted his resigning it position that
pa)s tiireo hundred dollars a month
for nun that Is lindcibtood to he less
A canvass of tho Hoard this morning
brought to llTtit n hnlf-doren more nr
less favorites for tho position J. W
Caldwell, the present lto.nl 8uci visor
is mentioned for the Job, while tho
Demon ntle wing In city administra
tion would like to see i:. C Wilder
hack on tho Job again.
It is with rcgiet that tho resigna
tion of City and County nngliieer Ooro
will ho iciclvdl Id tho Hoard nt their
meeting tonight, They Individually
nxpiess thcnihclvcs as satisfied with
his administration of affairs In tho
Cltl'INKKS l AM) OUT.
The thieo (misers left their nnti
orugn ut 8 o'dock this morning, and
ictiirned at II '30 uftcr a Bhort poiloil
ol drills under way Admiral South
erl.ind Is keeping In dose touch with
tho cable olllce, mid so fur, the cruises
mifKliln hitvn lientl nf uhnrl iliirullnn
drills keep onkera and men
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CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
MM IS HERE
for nunc time, but the arrival ot Wllks
Is the tlrsl practical step ever takiti In
this direction Ills vaudeville ait urn
slsls nf lariat throwing and eririitrlc
lain lug while his wife Is of the sou
aboard until 9 o'clock.
I'lmiiliiriit among tins arrivals on
the Miitson llnir I.tirllne imln) was u
llguie tint will Ihi of gnat Intirest
In the )ouiigir folks or Honolulu, ami
mi tint will doulitliss triate (iirlns-
Itv among all patrons of the inovlug
plilure IhialerH, It being "Muni)"
Wllks. who has for )urs bicn Identl-
llicl with the bailing iinluiatid pliturq
iiiaiiufaituiirs, and who has In the
pnst four )ears ashumed ovtr four
huiidnd leailliig ihariitlirs, while he
has taken part III no less than i Igbt
huudred-iidil pit tuns
Wllks was rmntl) with thu Hssaiia)
(ouipiili), guierall) in lug iiuiureii in
u cow ho) plitule, nml has been sem
111 hundreds nf pli lures nt tint local
theaters Atinnipali) log Wllks Is Ills
wife, a bealitiriil )oung woman who
usslsts lillil In his vaudivlllu mt, the
pair being booknl for a short engage
ment at a local Iheatn. Tin) spent
tho morning touring tho ill) uml sur
roundings, and Wllks was ,riatl) Im
pressed with the picture possibilities
Ho Is to mike ii stud) of the Ha
waiian siiiur) with u view to baik
grounds for plituro pla)s for ono of
tho biggest linn mamifii(.turers, and
If til ill oiiiiiu mlatluii Is favorable It
Is morn thiiii tlkil) that an Industr)
uivv to Honolulu will bo started but
Th re lias In en talk along these, line
ELECTRIC COMPANY MADE
GOOD ON MAUNA KEA WORK
Taking advantage of ti Jnpaliisn
liiii Uni. in iiaiiiut runaiiil, who bad
left his hoik last night on tho stand
Inter-Island Navigation and Hawaii
nn l!leetrle Coninanv officials are iiiiieb
grnlllled nt tho rfllrlcut work of the1"" Wr stmt, u fleet sailor linil-u
eltclrle cnmpiti) In hiindllng tho'ii iii. with his (oinnules Ho wns
pumping or tho stcnnior Manna Kea.l nr ,,., , ,l0 fmM(r r tlll Unc'Ut
whose disaster In tho locnl harhoi i ,
ruvo the electric compaii) the oppor- "'" ,,M,k ,l1"1 ,,,,w" '" lm' ,'olk'" "a"
tunltv of dlsnlnvlnir Its nbllltv to" meet tlon to bo loiknl up for the night.
1111 oniergenc) It vsus about 8 JO iib.k last night
Tho electric- compaii) ran n mllo id that the sailor, going up Itlver slreit,
pipe from thp Oahu Jail to tho spot i nutlet il u baik staiiilliig outsldo' the
where tho M lima Ken sunk At 12 30 Koimjn Until He Jumped Into if.
o'clock Siinda) moiiilug the eleiirlc! whipped the horse, mid slarted oft up
conipuii)'s twelve-Inch centrifugal toward Ibntanli stmt, froislng tho
pump, run h) electrlclt), started work- bridge, the sailor In mini for Taliinui,
Ing. Tho electric conipiiuy's own fnc.
tor) was called upon to suppl) the
necessary ninchlncrj In a hurr), mil
tho company's entile force were on
tho Job for two dajs and ulglils. Mini
auer Ifeiihurn and f?blef Inclneer!
Bheedv hiirdlv lnlt tho sloanior until, ""H t" bo h'lknl up for tlio night
tho pumping wns completed.
Hxporls sn) thnt hut for the prompt
pumping of the Mauna Koa she could
not have bicn raised, nml that a enf-
rcr-dnni would have hnd to be built at! Tho nowl) acipilred Pacific Mnll llii-j
onormoHs expense before she could. er mio win enrr) tlio next t'onsi-iioumil
have been flouted mail, the vessel being listed for dls-J
patch for San 1'raiiclsen on Bund iyj
illuming, according to present c.ilcu-
billons of II ilncktelil A Co, the local
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it.lll,- .11111.11 V 1171 III .Ml nil'l, HJiHPUiiinin vn. i hu iuv in llllv I,,
followed b) the owner of the back nnd
kcvi nil oilier Jiiianisv In their hacks.
The) eaiight him ut thu intriintfo of
the runiinil stable The sailor vviyi
tb n brought iIohii to the ml lie sta-
Tlili. morning he was brought beforo1
Judge. MmiMirnit for trial
Nile Carries Next Mainland Malt. ':
Mrs Kenneth II Dames, a son
Rul lei I n Mmit Ails will find IL
Ianlvo here fiom China uml Jnpui
ports wlti lift,) tons k4'1 for ,Hf
cnaigo at mis iin
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