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HAWAIIAN GARKTTE, FRIDAY, NOVfikniRR ft, 1011. 3Bit WBBKIiT.
Engaged in Honolulu, G ODD WORK
eiime u biitesireturns Wedded at the Capital E LECTION NEW S
ItlHwwa fta Mtwsc fffetfl to CMnmf&kvtwKi fete i Qofcu Shows a The Federal Telegraph Company
mWfatm tflaa fflvrwg fl J" Sreater Majority fer Made a Record In Hawaii
MrTfiKft. Beraacrats. by Quick Service. HELP THE
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as mm mi smb ffrwaiar art mww lawa
tx . ani tiav at ihi an-
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nana? 'tan sjaaan l ttew other
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K&cIUnll lnwNt wMii ilitlinniWIp, tm Konar wt Hawaii, re-
rfor Oho, htamtikv, Vb atamr mar
CPM.- tim n bount
m iilnimi te iQhk shE (Fralt'
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mtis -Mk !. sat ir i praetteallr
rmi tiaa: iffemc ia rtt bieatl. X re-
sMtt m Sff tbF banlc tise han&
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ttrraafsr. iaaia. 1tcHiirfiajIfl i Co.
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ra dsue isc taw graxnrt. thas the
iwitwf. aaa ndia: Be lakeit ami that
SLacmrialK iwiiinui: hsr Been: swnro
top esibvazirnimt,. and. cabled
tfco rtae ninieE 9rstKF etnixaL at
wtac us tta fcrC pars of call
rft&c 5faircasaE &esit: i probable
dsar tSaec' will- S srrated ami. sent
Sn& lac ttfet.
'Sk irilit eeiiier waar nresnTent
oo? ttae i&KDliciPii AmuwmreE Com
gnrrr rf wtcet Hobers: HcCrcer i the
WtumiT 3b ir1 tare it isr sot
&t3nr& t33: itorg: hoc iveared mneb
ntc giws. ttn rosrgsair onlj? sir itn.
rf in ttasjc CtW besnp eicorReable np
tic ttKS so: fer z aix icvcatigation:
Sfe eeie spdaap for the bant
ststvtc that: probably the
i5rzi&. would, not. be nmeh.
asBWe "face SOTet.
itar few dippiranee ChnrRr
3saas5rJt sa; a Sfsf TntBrpst in. the
Xcstrir ttt'Sfe'wifi; also atier
Jfnti wSsc fflSmrgrdiit with. tb money
eaiitt By tae roct: tnac
ge wsw s. AtwonOnjr tn
SPiabf Lt3ltt HiflfttV done bass been
arrrftiVtt: itew ttrcew Xa. gambling' raids
sat. ww fiBB&E itj fear other jpunesr
wii4t. irx raiBKt and- Broken; np.
VBe rf dw alsecst wSere he wa eouht
woe n -! saitorina euahiin: den.
tefir & Easnht Kl tympany's
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Ar. rtr,. ,.i.t.....,. HUiiinrrr
mmi ftft as wtS toteMa. Mbnrvv
nw tut wtifc ti5flty and
nmmUtH.t Mvammme ew on tbrws
twwi' tuv .lurtuir dM my. Ha
rti ni ij i i K.m. Smj.c nt ....Aittii.
lasHingf m the irnnml remit
S tnutztnrtsy new of th vote on
HiHTfMi or iruut wa received. ystrdsy.
ettfeftr aC Bff neodnaarters of the Senate
I 'has. anil Democrat! parties, or by the
KBtnttBriai wwrnrary, bat a l
rwirt! rneuifetl wen to the ffeet that
vote hail been greatly reduced
on beta. wuincia.
fie m considered probable that if
Wn roH nflt show "V strnnjr tn.i that
HeCanilless will contest the Knhio vote
n prmarjt da Hawaii ont
iram. whnriH it is charged fraud wero
urrnetratpit. It is nnilentooa that a
miI yestenla?, ileetoreil that the vote
in two nnwoptof tnerc wa open to
on th nroaml at irregularities.
Ltbtb C wote fer Dleipite rejectej in
IthH Aiurth. and tilth .tistnets oa uaua.
ami the indteations are that a majority
at rht wprs for ll( aaillei. and the
Iesallty of their reieetion may furnish
ifeCaniUes sal yesttnlay mnrninff
that he was tor tram satisflert with the
irepnrteit reanlt on Hawaii and Jfani and
Tranlil demand an investigation of the
eomlnrt or the elections, if
stanee warranted it. MeCandless said
he rauld not understand how. two Democratic
senators were elected on Hawaii
when, ha was defeated.
ID RESIGNED TD
There may be some alight solace to
those of the defeated candidates who
resigned their territorial offices, in
order- to ran for the legislature, in the
announcement- that Governor Frear will
in the majority of instances, reappoint
them, to their former positions. Those
affected ore J. H. Doweett, who resign
ed- from the board of agriculture and
forestry ta run. far the senate; Carlos
Lang; who left the license commission
fa an effort to be sent to the house;
Henry Beekleyr who resigned as supervisor
an Hawaii, to ran or the senate
and who "wis not elected, and
olcalani Sn, who left the board of
health, to ran for the legislature.
Governor Frear will fill a vacancy on
the license commission canted by the
election of Clarence Cooke to the
Llatnre and will name Henry Lyman,
elected supervisor on .Hawaii yesterday,
to fill ont the unexpired term of
Norman Iyman, who resigned as supervisor
to run for the legislature and
WEDDING TWICE HELD UP
BOSTON". November 1. Twice in two
days the wedding of Leo P. McCready.
of Halifax, and Miss Katherine Marks,
of Miami, Florida, has been postponed.
Monday the ceremony conld not be held
because the bridegroom did not appear.
uaw mgnt it wai the bride who was
Met ready is an officer on a steamship
wBieh plies between Boston and Hali
tux. He had arranged to be married in
2Tew York on Monday, but the ship was
fare reaehinjr Ronton and he could not
gee to Xew York in time for the
it was then arranged by telegraph
that Miss Marks should rome to Boston
5?'1 th? eJa?.0 be marr"d Iat mRht.
"niwed the train and MeCready,
srtn single, sailed with the ship, after
'""'"ir word that he would try to be on
" Bext Monday, when hw steamer
will return to this port.
'anf attired m overalls and jumpers,
Ive nr the leading Protestant preach.
, 0( R ity WOrked at the carpenter
tra, vrcrday tn eosstruet a
, iwef ta whin revival .services are to
T,,y'ftMiB(Sj ,he day with splinters
rt fkr Snxfn amf ma,eU$ MrJ, The
n, jfcroH f ooper of the Pirrt
f !sioot Chureh smashed hi thumb, but
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MBS. BATABD HYDEBMTTH,
who yesterdny beenmo a bride. Her marriage to Mr. brother of
Mrs. Harold G. Dillingham of Honolulu, tas a society cent at tbo National
Capital, where, at the residence of tbo bride's grandmother, Mrs. Bulkoloy,
at the Portland, the wedding took place. Mrs. Hyde-Smith vrns formerly Miss
Grassio Virginia Bulkeley and istlio daughter of Mrs. William A. QUI, wifo
of the commander of the U. S. S. Colorado. She has just celebrated her eighteenth
birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hyde-Smith met on board ship when
to Honolulu and it was hero that the engagement was announced. The
honeymoon will be spent abroad.
Kuhio Carries Six
Precintfs in Oahu
Kuhio, Republican candidate for Delegate to Congress, carried juit
six precincts on the Island of Oahu, and of these not one was a Hawaiian
precinct. He received 186 majority in tho six precincts, and it was
pointed out by a statistician fond of seeking the cause and effect, that
the six precincts in question represent three plantations and three all-white
Kubio carried tho fourth of the fifth, which is Knhuku plantation,
by forty majority; tho sixth of the fifth, Waianae plantation, by twenty-five
votes; the seventh of the fifth, Ewa plantation, by forty-eight
Tho other three precincts, whero there woro practically no Hawaiian
voters, which wcro carried by Kuhio, wore Wnlkiki, Mnkiki, and the
seventh of tho fifth nt "Vineyard and River streets, which ho carried by
six votes. In "Wlaikiki and Mnkiki ho received a majority of thirty-one
and thirty-six, respectively.
"It nil goes to show," sold tho statistician in question, "that
"Kuhio has lost the confidenco of his own pcoplo, who placed no credence
In his promises, nnd that ho received his only majority on Oahu from
the so-called friends of Govornor Frear."
SITS THE GDVEI
"Tho result of the election
yesterday has cleared tho
phere considerably, and that is
all the. comment I havo to innko
on tlio locnl situation," said
Governor Frear yesterday. "As
to the result on tho mainland, I
think Wilson will make a good
President, and I do not think
i the interests of tho Territory
' will suffer nt his hands."
OGRE S II
Recent Municipal League Convention
Launch Campaign for
Better City Government.
One of the events which shows the
progresahencis of California along
iines of better government wut the re
rent fifteenth mi mil convention of the
IngiiD of California Municipalities
liHJ at Herkeley, To this convention
eainn delegatea from one hundred ami
towns and cities in the
HUte from Han Diego iu the south to
Hlnklyou county in tho north, find all
were there to learn some new method
which would lirjug nbout greater ct
firitnev in muuleljul government.
Durinjf the afternoon of each day
of the week of the eouvpntlon (licm
wi a general meeting of nil (ha del"
jrafw at wlilrh times papers wore '
?nled by x)Ma on illrTirent jfliua
n1 maniri(l dftlvlty from sll)t I""1'
lama tt'toagh lo botlor lonfs, nml thu
rcftilatfai at (Wli)lr aervlee rorpern
Haas wltti mih MiWta of )irU
laatar iitsr In fjtwaai. Dttrii'tf
iAm rfiag kmra flwrc m mart
lau rf Ik (l(f ftllutiml djHiftrlHifiils
mt Ifca vaailiai the Uw iUmMmvhI
an mt rnraMlalia ui lit
tmtff ' 4H rUaaaM af IU w 'i,
m it abi(aaa af aiMllti,
mat aatl Uaras, a4 UM 4fljNNil '
a la M laaTaa aWf(M
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MHa aili iaair MwataJ W
sjMaalai aaartWaiftvllW M4 Uaa '
W aiaaj uf tsia tfaaaaaJuisi faauaaaaiaa
dations were mndo by n conimittco of
each department to tho general body
for work that should bo dono during
tlio coming year before tho noxt convention.
Efficiency tho Key Note.
Tho key note of tho convention was
"ollicieuey in municipal government"
and all subjects discussed woro to that
ond. Trained men were wnntod in all
departments nnd recommendations woro
mado that tho laboratories of the State
univorsity should bo open nt nil times
to tho engineers and others of
officials interested in rond
that special courses should bo
otlurcd training men for service in
mumcipal govoniincnt and that this
nervico should bo mndo as attractive as
that of priva'to em ploy era so that men
would enter municipal sorvico for a
lifo work tlio samo as they do in Germany
and other European countries.
Thnt thero should bo nlso n system
inaugurated whereby men who had
served with distinction and had mado
gogd in cities of tho sixth class, for Instance,
should bo promoted to tho position
of chief oxccutlvo or engineer or
dork or attorney or whatever the position
might bo of a city of tho noxt
higher class and so on step by step
throughout lifo; tlio enroor of nn oxport
in municipal affairs going from ono responsibility
to another greater. To this
end It Is proposed that tlio eloctlon
laws lie changed so that a muii may bo
elected to any ofllco in any city of tho
Principal among the features of tlio
opening day was a roport mado by each
ilolegate on tho greatost achievement
ivhich had been mudo Iu lili homo city
during tlio tlmo tinea tho lust convention
and it was surprialng the amount
of materia! municipal Improvement
which wits reported. The convention
next year will bu held at Vwilto,
' ' "'
i'lwnu lias no laurel wreaths for Jior to
In quiet wuys tier iujlo Ufa wan
In ftKiiuiis' tr)fu ami plot uliu bad
Nor in th fuvurwl cry of ijfcenmi,
Noiolilu uihI alio ;wjj o gMU mlglit
Vti4 knew nut i( tlio beauty of liur
In or I,
"r boM bar llr bi thmital lv' ry,
AniJ aoolliiNl Willi gnullv tuuah
urisV KmrluK fiiwrt.
Ih Iwdlla wImi aiuiHr liur law, bcr uaws
MnaH mmimiitt lit Ultftrur U'o
A4 alHMl'' "'' t iHW ufaara In lit
MmI aaw u klaf twM Utaislt iUW
, W, Pw Ui Uailuy'i tMm
rrcfMtftitta! olwtlnn return noir
were hnmloil out In batter lian, In
nuirhrr time bimI with moro nceurne)
and ntifnrtiou In Honolulu than the)
ere Tuesday afternoon nnd oxoning
l'olilirinna of nil pnttlos, If not picas
ed with tlio rcnulls of tho election, wore
nunc tlinu pleased with the manner in
which tho returns wore
Tbo IVdernl Telegraph Company, a
now corner tn the tvlcgtnph fiolil in Ho
nolulii, bad arranged pinna weeks ngo
tn give it Kprvlro uusurpoascd anywhere
ou tho mainland.
l"rom until ctcirn o'clock
Tuesday night, returns In aliort Imllo
tins wcro received from Snn Francisco
Tlio lVdcrnl Telegraph Company,
nliirh is tho solo owner of tho Poulscn
wireless sjstein, lately adopted by tho
1 nltod States government in all of ita
grcttt wireless stations, has tliolr Island
station in lleein, twelve miles from tho
dnwntovwi section of Honolulu,
In this station, which is manned by
Chiof Operator Sydnoy H. Maddnms,
asslstea uy lelegraplicr Frank J. Mc.
Qu.ide, with Knginecrs L. K. Hnlloynnd
Kd V. Armstrong, ovcrythlng was in
smooth working order to rcccivo tho
returns as sent over tlio Pacific Ocean
from tho Federal Telcgrnph Company's
station In south San Francisco.
As soon as Mr. Muddams received tho
bulletins, each ono was passed over to
Mr. McQuado for transmission over a
laud lino conectlng with tho Federal
Company's city oflica in the Honolulu
downtown district and with Republican
hendqunrtcrs, a quarter of a mllo nway.
In tho city oflice, a ropresentatlvo of
Tho Advertiser was given a copy of
tho returns ns quickly as Managor Mc-Closkey
received them. Tho Advertiser
representative had a telepbono
connecting him direct with tho editorial
rooms of Tho Advertiser, where immediately
upon receipt, tbey woro thrown
by storcopticon on a screen across tho
street facing tho oflko.
Tho Federal Company also had connections
with Republican hoadqunrters,
where, also, tho returns were thrown
on a sheet for tbo view of crowd gathered.
In tho Fedoral Company's largo city
odico in tbo Hawaiian Dovelopment
Company's office in tho Korr bnilding
on Alakca street, were gathered representatives
of somo of Honolulu's
wealthiest families, and copies of the
roturns, as quickly as rcceivod, woro
passed aroung among thorn.
Heretoforo election returns wcro received
intormlttently from tho mainland
through tho cablo. Tho introduction
of up-to-date and modern mainlnnd
mothoda proved a rovolntlon to
nnd others In Honolulu, nnd nothing
but loud, prulso is heard tin all sides
for tho innovation by tho Fodoral Tolo-graph
BOOST Willi US .
Newlyweds From Honolulu Tell
of Its Beauties Now on
SAN FRANCISCO, October 20.
Two romuiiees involving iiinrriagcs iu
prominent bocial circled In this country
and Iluwaii becumo known yesterday
when the Pacific Mail liner Manchuria
arrived from Honolulu nnd tho Orient
with two pairs of newly-weds on board.
They were Mr. and Mra. Mark A. Robinson
of Honolulu and Mr. mid Mrs. Lorenzo
Wu Burney of San Diego.
Before her mutrlugo with tlio wealthy
young pineapple planter Mrs. Ilobluson
was Miss Agnes Armour, a prominent
belle of Philadelphia, where alio resided
with bur mothor, Mrs. Susanna Armour,
Two yours ngo Miss Armour decided to
go to Honolulu and remain thero permanently.
Miss Armour mado her hoinu with Rob
ert Shlnglo. tho wealthy lloiioliilun, who
Is her cousin. Robinson had beou Shingle's
chum for years and it wag natural
that ho should immediately meet with
tho fair guest when visiting Shingle,
About a year ugo the young pcoplo
became engaged, tho wedding taking
place two days before tho Muncliurlu
Hulled for Hun Francisco. Robinson's
Is tho of tho First
National Jlank of Honolulu. Tho uowly.
weds will travel about for a few mouths
and thou return to Honolulu, where thoy
Tho Jlarnoy romance commenced nt
Sun Dingo eight weeks ago, Harney is
a wealthy young merchant and met Miss
Marian Powers only n tew duys boforo
lie prupuauii ii nil ui'iTpiun,
After uririlK thuir friimda by gutting
married tho younir coutile. who hud
carefully, though hastily, prepared their
iiiuns, rumo io nan rrnnciuro in an uu
loiiiubiluaud sillied for Honolulu on the
Mrs. Ilnnioy vuld that Honolulu will
room htiroinu tho nivcim of liumlrii'la of
lioiiiiymoonera lor tliu offer"!
nt S'ullilM uml othvr nllrneiho plaum
lire ipille eritlnliig to young pcojilu who
ilwlro tn ruiiiulii by Uioinanlvt'i it good
iliml of the time,
"IVu lil ii ilnllublful lime ut Wnl
klkl," rnalil Mr, Jlariiyy, Jtut thvre
U no Iriilli in lliu aturji of 4uiwriiiun
wwMivii lraniliiu tu nk Hik uitUuli$
The Irulh f II U llmt II riulr ui
h jvar lor wr, tfthv Uu) Iu
wtMiwr lliw aiirfliMafil ail "
piimcunop inoto H iwa
WiQ OimimV It uummiml
i mi my urn ut liUiliiK UUimJ,
HlMNitttD tr ViMitmliug I'iUtt in (i i
'I titfiUi nmmy nluiifal - Uatltf by
Mlif yiiUJl JNI', U3 ,Mia.
EARTH WILLHELP YOU
We insko fcrtllltcr for vory prodort
tnd put on tho matkot only what has
en proven of real vtJue. Let ta
tnow the purpose for which you want
toll holpa and wo will supply you.
Pacific Guano and FortiiizorCo
Honolulu, U. T,
"KMpRESa LINE OP STEAMERS"
FROM QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL .
- via tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
tho Famous Tourist Route of tho World
In connection with tho
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall Lin.
For tickets nnd general Information
THEO.H. DAVIES&GO., LTO
Canadian Pacific Bly. Co.
Castle & Cooke Co., Ltd
Honolulu T. H.
Ewa Plantation Co.
Wolalua Agricultnral Co., Ltd.
Apokaa Sugar Co Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis.
Blako Steam Pumps.
Babcock ft Wilcox Bolltrs.
Ur con's Fuol Economizer.
Marsh Steam Pomps.
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
Eohala Sugar Co.
Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of tfes
Territory of Hawaii.
PAID-UP CAPITAL 9800,0000
UNDIVIDED PROFITS ... 167,682.92
0. H. Cooko Prcsldont
E. D, Tonnoy
F. B. Damon Cashier
G. O. Fuller Assistant Cashier
R. McCorriston Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS: 0. H. Cooko, E. D,
Tenney, A. Lowis, Jr., Ii. F. Bishop,
r. w. Maciarlano, J. A. MCUandless,
0. H. Athortou, Geo. B. Carter, F. B.
Damon, F. 0. Atherton, R. A. Cooke.
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DK-
Strict attention given to all branches
JUDD BLDG., FORT ST.
Castle & Cooke Co., Ltd
Life and Fire
General Irurarrance Agents, repreeontfai
Now England Mutual Life Insurance
Company of Boston.
Aetna Firo Insurance Co.
Wo have just accepted the Agency
Tbo Protector Underwriters of IH
Phoenix of Hartford.
Those are also among tbo Roll or
Honor in San Francisco,
LONDON, November I, Lord Dea-man,
tho of Australia,
bus been practically oxpellud from
Hyilnuy by tho authorities of tiow
Hontli Wulen, uml tbo uiuttur lias cause
hard things to bo said of tho
state in Knglaiid,
J'nrnoiiully Lord Jltimiian haa lint
nothing to do with tho illaputo vvhick
has (ause.il his uvlclluu from tho
rt'nldeneu, uml ho is the vlitlui of
a iiiiirru) Imtween the buo ami tcduh
'I'ho lomiuoiiwpaltli wuiitml In tit
u p(iu suvluu hank, hut us thla vvouli
hiivo lomjieted with (ho inflating ul
bunk, thu stale nutlmritlun niinnitil tm
'in iirinu prwaurw lo Hour nil Ihu
aiilhorlliu u niumis wny fniiip) Is
tho Ihruut to remiiio luxai'iafon of
tfriinuuil liiiusti. tlui rniilihiiiti,! it lli
Humuurgiuiur(l ninth s ut)
nt) niv vu wm kivsh iuwi intt
urowuiJa wijih iirtuJui (Or if Jtk liiwi
ihu bouat) for h ii uy fujo
wwuunwmmm dun dmmjihnuui ii'
uuui liuw HUlrlttrri In uml
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