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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912.
TERRITORIAL PROBE NOW UP
TO COMMITTEE OF CHAMBER
Whether or nut there la tu lie nn
Investigation of tliu Territorial sys
tern 'of government, along the llnca
of the field Investigation of the city,
now lcsts with the legislative com
mittee of thu Chumber of Coiniiierce.
The trustees of the chamber yciter
liny referred this question to ItH leg
islative cointnlltee, under whose ill
tect auspices the municipal probo
inaile by II. flooding I'lold was ton-dlitted.
President Spuldlng brought the nuit-
I'ietd win not sufficiently Informed
"In view of the demand In some
cpiarlers for u continuation of this In
vcstlgutlon, mid for going Into the
Territorial offices In the same way, I
would put this before the trustee and
ask what Is their pleasure In the mat
ter," said Mr. Spalding. "If further
Investigations nre undertaken, It must
bo undertaken outside the present reg
ular revenues, as theso uro now prac
tically exhausted "
V. 11 Cooke moved that the mat
ter be referred to the finance com
I.lttle John vvhollf) Is unlit to lie n fnrT,HPrrlil Ifl
"Jw civ e- em -old," Mini ntliir Ihivh .it M I J L. I 7 7 IV
the fort the "victims" of his nggrcs. ill I ill I I 111
slvciics As u matter of fait he W UUUIIUI IU
ml) nine years old, and IIiiiukIi well
developed, Is Just recovering from il
fcrlous llliiesH and Is ph)kull) weak
because of this and becuUKc one of his
nrnis has meiitly been broken In two
laics and Is not entlrel rtroiiK 't
The morning paper declanil V'ter
Thnt "secret mission" of Special
ihi that the girl was the .laughter nf AKenl ,w- " Tlilwell who nil day rt
Whole Episode of Uttle John
Wholley Exaggerated and
ltcpeiitcd tnhrc r m ntntlmt of the
part plajed 1 little Jiilm Wholley. son Qoy Mitrepratented.
nf tin, innininniliint tit Purl Hli.ifl, r. ' Amonir the tnlsreiireseiitiitlun of
ter beforo the trustees by asking inlttee. but chanced this to the IckIb- In n rlill,lreu-a .ni.n.ip. I.m r,.,-lnul tlie little lad Is thnt lie ilewlnpiil the
them wliat they wished to do about lntlvo commlttea when informed that the point where annv circles nre practise of shooting at the privates s,cet fue, ( ninko an nccurato do'
rolluvvlllK up til" I lent report lie the legislative committee Hull origin-'deeply stirred, ami two successive ar-:un "" nir-riiie. ne never mviuo nn gcrlt0I1 0f tle pnrllcular form of ills
lesterdny was working by himself,
iliilte tearfully dllaied upon by I ho sob
sister of a morning publication, has
I ecu ruthlessly revealed
Special Agent Tldwell represents the
United States Treasury Department at
Washington mid his particular busl
n..rt !.. It lu n,n,n.t ..lit I... .. ...
, ml. ti . . nusi ni'ii; iv i- niuivu mil uu ill n,ii'
? Judge lltnr) was seen as a d , ,,,,, ,, ,,.
nlier nf the board nf trtistii-s ., , ....
lluuuil lit uviuiillin nijii iij I lit I U M Willi
and Internal ruvenue services In thu
Although a lachrymose morning
Mnjor J. M. Kennedy, whkli l un
true. The girl Is the daughter of Cap
tain mid Mrs, Chninberlln
The statement Is made that Mrs
Wholley went to Judge Whllnev "ile
inamllng that the girl he suit In the
reform" School, which Is uh-nliitely un
Raid that that portion of the Fk Id re- ally handled the Field investigation. .tides published In the morning paper, nlr-rllle, It Is stated l
port ucaiing vvim ijueen s nospiiai nnu rue motion was uuopteu witnotii ins-
been asked for by !' J I.ovvrey, mid sent.
(ieorgo W. Smith said thnt he did not No enthusiasm for nn expert Inves-
believe anything would bo done on tills tigatlon of the Territorial offices was
point, expressing the opinion that Mr shown
GREATEST DRYDOCK GATE IN
WORLD ARRIVES WITH TUG
'l'he great gate that will close the ballasted with concrete so as to Insure
catmint, to the I'earl Harbor drjdock.
In tn.tt nf llni titer I li ffinliiu una m1iIiI
..I off port at 11 ..-clock today, nnd l,,H1llcB1 Thl' fcc,cl "
poiiie lime this afternoon will be an
chored In deeji water olf the drjelocle,
time to rein.iln for inany miintliM un
til iH'tunll needed on coinpletlnn of
the strut turv The ciiImhuii has thodls
t hu tluli of being the Ijrgest drydock
gate In the world, and the long tow
lie ros the Tactile of such an tin
vvlddy craft was made In the good time
of nineteen days.
The Hercules did not enter thenar
bnn, but, tailing on i pilot, proceeded
illrectly to I'earl Harbor, where, the
tug will be hourtlcd by the revenue and
health oillcers. The cnlison Is to bo
nnchorcil In 3.1 feet of water, and naval
olllcei e here have be-en preparing for
the berth for some time. Civil l.n
gluerr (la)Ier and Captain 01 the Yard
Stevens uinde the trip down In the
Navajo this afternoon to witness the
The upper deck of the gate Is 12G
feet 4 1-2 Inches In length Its width
at the upper limit deck Is 1G feet 9
Inches. Its gre-ntcst width Is 20 feet
Its height to the top of frames is 13
feef G Inches.
The ealsKim Is mixed and lowered
by means of wnter ballast, which Is
regulate il by mentis of electrically-op
erated pumps nnd gate vnlves It Is v-mulreil fold,
penplti ,,,.Hn nauumeil hv ihe ntrent fur Clipln
both full nf liiaecuracles of fact nnd at the fort. Sam, It Is assumed thnt Agent Tldwell
misstatements, have arouse! great In-! I'rom these mlsslntetn. nts the easy im9 discarded Ids luxuriant imp of
dlgnutlon at Tort Shatter, Istep Is inaile to statement., concerning pea-greon whiskers upon the dismissal
A hniuienliiK originally trivial has "inllltary discipline set at naught." ,,f n gullible nirlbe who Is alleged lo
I been distorted, magnllleil and exngger- 'bitter antnKonlsm lietwr. n the Who!- hnve sleuthed the official lo his lnlr In
nteil until It has deeply Injured those Ie and Mnneiiy nut mux etc Then, (,a Young Hotel.
whose names have been used, some- still spinning n wonderful vnrn that Disclosed as n mero man among
times absolutely without foiindntlnn. somi'bndy has poured into credulous men, sans all that pertains to the mov
Oiiliu Ceiile-ge has bee-ii dragged In and ears, the Advertiser malt divides tin- Ing-ptcturc brand of secret service op
even Judge Whitney's part In the nf- eiillsteil men against the oilleirs eratlve, Tldvvcll was found a' the ('us
fair mlsstattd I Hy this morning the Ailvtitlir li.nl toms house this morning proeei uilnn
Out at Tort Shaffer, wliero tho facts learned from no less a person than a general Inspection of books and lie
in the ease are known, and where the Mnjnr Kennedy himself of the gossip- counts there.
Wlinllejs nre popular with olllcersand lug misrepresentation, nnd n half- It Is stated that with tho reappolnl
enllMeil men alike, the stories nre bearte-d teirrectlon was inaile which ment of Collector Stnckablo at the
laughed nt exe-ept by those who nre again continued to spread tin reports hend of tho locnl customs service feir
hurt liv them. At Oaliii Cnlleee. lllic- A ehenu wit Is brought int.. play In unother "tour-Jenr term of olllco tho
an upright position, nnd without nny wise, the Advertiser reports are ellsre- nn nttempt to cover up false state- Inspection of records Is simply a mat
wnter ballast has a draft of it feet G RI,riIccl as both prejudiced mid untrue ments. ter of general procedure-. i
Inches The keel on the bottom nnd 1 It wns two weeks iiro that the nine- Boy It Popular. Tldwedl nt one time was a I'hlllp
sides Is covered with oak unci n rub- ear-old son of Major John Wliolleyl As n nntttr of fact, out nt the fort pine Insular customs official under tho
her gasket Is IHted to tho o.ik on each became Involved In a children's scutTle the whole thing Is recnunlwd fin what regime of W. Morgan Sinister. Ho left
side of the keed to make n watertight on board u King street car. The llul- It Is worth. Moreover, little John those Islands some years ngo nnd hns
Joint when In place ngnlnst tho sill of I e 1 1 n Is In possession of n statement Wholley Is n mighty popular l.nv with rapidly arisen III tho ranks. His stny
the deck given bv tho motormnn of tlie ear vol- the enlisted men. as the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n " "1 '- leliKtliy 111 Hawaii and
untnrlly In which he says that Horn- lenrned from two of them last night wlie -' KpI" lca,1- to lave be will
th) Chainberlln. dnughter of Captain who volunteered that -he's a eland) no doubt readjust the pea green toupeo
nnd Mrs I'linmberlln of Port Hhnf- little kid" and fade, fade away. ,
He's nil right," snld one of theso ,
men "He Is u boy full of lli spir
its, nnd that's nil."
Major Wholley hns enrs of record
us a popular officer behind lilm. and
the statement that the tnllsted men
ter, started the scuffle The children
niSHOI l.IIli:UT has returned from are nttendlng runnhou Preparatory
n visit to Maul and Hawaii. .School, which Is about the only fuit
S. T. STAHItKTT, superintendent of that the morning paper has stated cor-"
public marketing, has been heard from ' rectly.
on the Mexican border. He will re. Trivial Epnodo Started It.
tlim Shortly. Il-om this SCUffle, In Which tho girl ,.., ,,lni.t l,l,.. la .ImnH Innulinil nf
KDDIB FKIINANDKZ, tho moving, said that the boy bit her on the arm, A veteran of tho' Spanish-American
picture man and traveling photogra- tho whole trouble has developed flos- Wlir )n wblch he was colonel of tho
uhcr is back In town after a tour of sip magnllleel It day by day The boy r,r.; wnlngton, nnd a ginduate of
Maul and Hawaii. was punished by being brought before eer- ,-..n i, u Ii.i..i i i,i
HNpiNIIKIt J. II. MORAQNIJ of Kn- the school while the teacher told of his mn , ,, ...i-n.ii.i romm,.o,ll,,L. ,r.
tlcer. The friends of Major and Mrs
ual. Ills wife and children, leave for tho misdemeanor The girl was not pun-
V. U Stevenson, for years connect
ed In Important capacities with t!o
staffs of Honolulu newspapers, Is to
take over the editorial command of
uaruen isianu today. They arrived on hIhmI sn r.n- n r,.n i, i..r.,.i n.0 .... . . ... ..:... ...
the Lurllno lesterdav. i,im r,ir ti, nrrnir ,. r.....i '... "" ""?. .. "'-on ic wi.o.e inmg ns h(J ,,Io Trluunc nnd for some months
..... , i ... . .. . . "'" "" '" ".i. ni- .... .,. , in, nni envnr In n nt Mint enl
times troubled sens. Kdltnr Henry
lir AU'I'IIIIIF I 1AV nM.1 III, 1 ... . . .. - .. . ......
h.,., .,. , ut a uitu iiv. I.. I ill iinv irrpxnpri iii n, inn ti.iiini.mnti'ii .. , . ., ..
O. SHHPHEItl) the two scientists who statement, and it Is prolsible that this Shi mlnlo Honolulu Mr ' !?nt Cr?ft b l'"nl,'8,"'', J"10
goT stimy Ic'sS Z rtf. 'ZT Z T !,,7,"fle" "T" V "d" T Ssw'nneyr wilo ha hc
may go to Samoa later to study the school "e,tercsts, being n member of the Duigh- fore Kllldcd 10 (U.stlncll of 1P Trlb.
volcano of Savall. I TIH trMnl ..emnnin,, wal, develop- )", "LlI?.01. ''n,rU".' ? '""'. "a. bcc -elected by Hawaii ,,ro.
i eel Into n tni-v i,w iho i,i,..rli... . " ...... ..r. ,..,.,..,., ..., .... ntotlot) interests to make an exteiiilpel
Imcsl ,or moaer In Rnlletln xVC mornlnViLt evrjbeX .... "t '"'"nve come stnnch.y to her sup. l0ur of tho ilig Island Kinney Is dc
lilllTllsing it II 11 It returns to TOO a the fort Is Indignant over Here a
some of the glaring misstatements:
Good for 9000 Votes
1 nominate Mrs. or Miss
Downtown address, If any
District No (Sco District Divisions)
Nominated by Address
Only the first nomination ballot received for each candidate will count
for 2000 votes. Kill nut all the lines of this ballot 'very carefully and mail
AT ONCi: to the Contest Manager, livening Hullctln, Honolulu, T. II.
Tho management reserves tho right to reject any objectionable nomi
nations. rill out this blank, write plainly, and Rend It to Contest Manager with
your name or the uanio and address of your favorite candidate Tho names
of persons making nominations will not be divulged, If so requested
l)ort clared to be liecullnrlv fitted for deal
As to the original cause of all the Ing with his subject in. a manner thnt
trouble the following-1 netattment Is will Insuro live publicity of the right
made hy the motorman, John I'lun- brand. '
..ett, ut whose side It happened: Mr. Stevenson will take his leave
"While on car No 50, King street, from the staff of an afternoon paper
nbout 8:10 n. in., John Wholley was with tho last of the week. Ho goes
standing by me when n girl, Miss to his new field splendidly equipped
Chumberlln by name, of Port Slinfter. for the successful performance of his
came and pulled his lint olT his head duties, "Steve" has enjoyed a wide
and went back to her seat with It and experience In tho newspaper gumo at
put It iiudc-rnenth her. John went and I'm capital city, having served In the
got his hat nnd cume bnck to me and capacity of department writer and Is
put his hut under his coat. Then Miss n authority on sports. Ho was also
Chninberlln cume back nnd stnrted a editor of tho Hawaii Herald for a brio!
light with John Wholley unl had him Period, Ills return to Hllo will be the
cornered against n glass window where ci8l" of a renewal of a host of
he could not get awny, nnd she stnrted wnrm friendships,
to pull his hair nnd light him Then '" transferrin!? his affections from
I did not see unj thing else. John the gay anU dazzling delights oflho
Wholley did not start tho Unlit, be- metropolis of n sun-klssed Paradise to
cause he wns standing peacefully by "10 mro nulescent and sedate exist
" AtaAA IliAl lillinlllf fnlln tA tlwfc lif nr
lllo until she came up to take away
his hat nnd threatened to throw It on
Those who know the facts do not
try to excuse the lilting of the girl
if sh wus bitten but she Is said to
be eleven years old nod as large as
the boy The motorman says the boy
was cornered and couldn't use Ills one
ence thnt usuallv fallH lo tho lot of
"Yo Kdltor," Steven carries with him
the best wishes of a combined local
newspaper fraternity. I
STARRETT COMES BACK
HERE IN A FEW DAYS
S. T Stnrrett, superintendent of
marketing, Is expected back from his
The Incident seems closed ns far us C'nllfornlu trip nbout Muy 1
the college Is concerned
did not go to Georgia, as he
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The various makes of clothing in
this town and the chances are in
favor of " BENJAMINS."
There is something entirely dif
ferent in these garments not found
in other makes. We guarantee
every suit that leaves this house.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
thought of doing In order to get
onion seed, hut writes heic that he
will leave shortly for Honolulu Stur
rctt hns been In Mexico, which Is Just
u few steps from his former homo In
A general cargo is being supplied
tho steamer Hall preparatory to di
poturo of that vessel this evening for
I AIIMHDV MESSENGER BOY
We know everybody and understand
Weeklv Bulletin l Per Vtrar
Built by owners who are leaving Islands,
are for Sale at prices ranging from
$3000 to $4000
These are Makiki homes, and in the
best of condition.
Whether you want a home or an in
vestment Bungalows Are Good Buys
An Advantage To You Is To Apply At Once. No Trouble To Show Property.
Oliver G. Lansing,
80 Merchant Street
UNGAL0WS with 5, 6, or
7 Rooms, Big Front
and Side Lanais, Sleep
ing Porch. Built-in
Sideboards Beam Ceil
ings. UILT different enough from
others to make you ap
preciate the thought
that goes towards the
$1800 to $4000
Will buy one of these brandjnew
homes and a residence lot. Terms
to suit your savings and salary.
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