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TOBKS READY TO
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riENRA, AaHrit. NntnUr 8.
ffrftfvial t T4 ATertin Informs!
avgatntic lor Ik of
Ltie brre already catered
pa. ntr4H t tbe Mrr'fndcat of
tkt fcritfei?t flh lfc BalgarUn army.
tie 4it tix ttolxHUi hope the (all
f Um Tsrkufe hae of forti at Ttha
Ltlfs. iH o stsMlUeeaas wits the tap-tare
of tl fames in Adrianaple.
tte attack of tbe
army on tile Tcaatal lines, the
Uidapcat ' csneipoDdBt at the front
IXsctlptfon of Battle.
'Tb Turks bad taken up a strong
iatreaktl position on aeb tide of the
TeSMrktaakcnfi, in order to cover the re
tireaest behind the
Tie aerie of fighting for thene
position UsUd all feumlay, Monday and
Tasdy. Tte Tarka fought under the
sprexae command of Nariro I'aiha with
far greater tenacity than liad been ex
pttXM, alter their precipitate retreat
la the butt battle.
"Wliea the pressure of the flanking
motemest by a column of the First Bulgarian
Army, coming up from the south,
began to raake itself felt, the Turks
curved forward with a strong force from
Krakfi and Bsnar against L'zon Haji,
ia order to break the Bulgarian center.
Thia attack completely collapsed under
the fire of the Unitarian infantry and
"HiowIUneoMly the Third Bulgarian
Army advanced Uom Baume, weH of
Jstrasdia, for a decisive attack against
tt Tsrka' right center, which was lined
up to te north of Vcnekeai, and tbrcvr
it back to Tcfcerkesskeun. 'This movement
converted the failure of the Turks
oo Uzsn Kaji into complete disaster.
BUvghUT Is Terrible.
"The divisions rushed forward in this
quarter were almost annihilated, and
it is to this ditastrour ejtisode that a
considerable part of she awful losses
the Turks suffered may be attributes.
The direct consequence of the overthrow
of the Turks' right center was
the immediate retirement of the whole
Turkish battlefront, which
lad been in a strong position.
"This retreat began in the forenoon
of November 5. The army proceeded
generally along the raliroad line in the
direction of Hinckli, while the extreme
left wing retired by way of Kanta.
"Xn a relentless manner the Bulgarian
army, especially the Southern
flanking eolumn,presscd after the Turkish
army, and won transferred the retirement
of the Turks from nn orderly
movement to a disorderly flight.
"Nazim I'asha's attempt to arrest
the Unitarian pursuit by taking a
position at Siemcnti ended on the
evening of the 5tb in a complete rout.
The last Tnrkish reserves who had been
moved up to this point were unable
to stand their ground, and the Turks
fled in masses toward Tchatalja, pursued
with the greatest insistence by the
Turkish Army Cut in Two.
The second great result of the decisive
attack ol tbe Third Bulgarian
Army upon Yenckeul, nays the
was that the Turkish right
wing was completely severed Jrom tuc
main forces; it was driven from the
height east of Istr.tndin into the forest
region by Lake Dorkos and cut off from
the center which likewise had been
beaten by the Bulgarian columns, advancing
south of Istrandia Valley.
While vigorously continuing the pursuit,
the Third Bulgarian Army is now
massed for a direct attack upon tlio
northern wing of tho Tchatalja positions.
One column was sent through
Ormanti against Dorkos.
Turks in Despair.
SALONICA, Turkey, November S.
(By Associated Press Cable) It is understood
thnt informal direct negotiations
for peace aro proceeding between
the Turks and tho Balkun allies. Tho
Turks are ready to yield on almost any
terms. Defeated in every important'
battle, with their armies demoralized
by losses and now by tKtllcnce, they
are in no position to mnko a determined
stand on peace terms,
Pestilence Breaks Out.
VIKNN'A, Austria, November 8.
(By Associated Pre Cubic) It is re-juried
here that terrible attacks of
typhoid ever nt Adrinnopla and of
cholera (it Tchatulja have broken out
mnoiig the Turkish garrisons nud
The Turk nt Ailrinnopln are
without doctor. Tim gurritnn -amount
in AtiMW mn, and tlm fxver i reported
io i; tailing n iwmui ton or lire,
(llr rdrl WM'M Trt'smiJi )
(3lWy, i'Mumi, XoYumhrr S.
liJItM to Tk Advrllf) 'I'liu
lmwr ltyl Ut)org, struudail
tYtnlux on ih l of Orlnuns
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Msstti III tbe clwtri. clwlr far h ait
m ta mm rtimf, bagaM tay in the
eriaiiMl l.rsBcb f tbe suprame court,
pnm4M aver hjr Jaatice John W. do IT.
Tbe faar Indicted men were placed
trial by agiemnent
last nigbt letwecu Ihstrlet Attorney
i hartr H. WViitmsn and former l'oliee
Magistrate C. (I. Wahle, counsel for the
t.'nlil tbe elernih hour it was
that the men would have separate
Another murder ue occupied Justice
(lofT'4 attention tli nrcttr put of
this morning. Imiiicdiatfly on its eon-elusion,
the selection of jury to try
the four gangsters was begun. Two
hundred talesmen reported for the trial,
(Ily Klrl WirtUu Telttraph.)
DAW80N, Yukon Territory, November
8. CHoecinl to Tho Advertiser)
The stcnuur Viilettc, which left Dawson
four days ago with one hundred
for White Horse, run into hcuvy
ire on imliau Jtivrr anu is now siancu
there. The river Is closed, this sido of
Indian River city, and tho steamer can
The passencers, including ten women.
started back over snore-ice twenty-eight
The steamer Pauline, with a barge
and 130 tons of machinery, und the
launch for the Canadian Klon-dyke
Dredge Compnny, are also stalled.
fll Ffdrrsl VlrIi Tflfsrsfih.)
CIIirAOO, Novembir 8. (Special to
The Advertiser) SufUciont Demoerntic
strength in the Illinois legislature to
enable that party to elect two United
States senators to succeed Shelby M.
( ullom nnd William l.onmcr, rejected,
appears as a possibility today with the
increase of Democratic votes from
Upturns were fco slow, however, that
neither party would risk n definite pre-
Mi tion. The Democrats were nopciui
that later return would give them
senators, a total of 104 one more
thrill a majority on joint ballot.
Falling short of a majority, the Demo
crnts may find .themselves compelled to
appeal to the Progressives for consideration,
which might give tho Progressives
an opportunity to name a United
Stales senator for the aliort term.
(By Federsl Wlrelis Telegraph.)
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama, November
g,(Spcclal to Tho Advertiser) Loot
of $40,000 was tnken by bandits who
robbed a southbound express train on
the Louisville & Naslivillo railroad at
Blount Springs early today.
The bandits entered tno mall car,
awed the clerks by a flourish of revolvers,
took scverai registered mnil bugs,
then signaled for tho engineer to stop
tho train, and escaped in tho country
a few miles north of Birmingham.
Posses arc on their trial.
fll Frdvrsl Wirrlfss Tdecrsph.)
SAN DIKGO. California, November
S. (Special to The Advertiser) Messages
were exchanged hint night by tho
iiuvv wirelCHs station on loint uuum
imd'tlio big new navy wireless station
in Arlini'ton. Vlminln. near Washing
ton, approximately 3500 miles acrcsg tho
ontimnt. This is the nrst tune mes
sages from the wireless station near
Washington Have been nearu uisuncny
on this Coast.
The Advertiser published n story u
nun. tulHllL' how C. Y. Elwcll,
engineer of the lederul Telegraph
Company, In wnsuingion ior inu
jirpoe"of installing in the now station
in Arlington tho Pmilsuu wireless
torn, which is owned solely by tho Federal
Telegraph Company. Mr. Elwcll
wad in Honolulu last July and August,
and superintended tho erection of tho
IVdernl Telegraph Company's station in
Hcein, which-has been in constant uso
betwruli Hauolitlu and Han Francisco
cinco the middle of August, mid through
which stntlon Tlio Advertiser receives
Its press dispatches , nightly.
(llr Kdtrl Wlrdtss Telfgrsph.)
SAX FltANOlSCO, November 8.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Contraband
opium to tlio vnluo of $7000 was
found secreted 1n the g'liley of tho
steamship Chlyo Morn, by customs
officers hero yesterday.
This Is the first oplurr found In many
months on a vessel of tho Toyo Kiscu
Knliba Steamship Company.
(llr tVdcrsI Wireless Telecrsph.)
HAN J'HANCIBCO, November 8.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Joseph A.
McCniiu, n plumber, twenty-two years
ulil, und .Mis AHuiniila u, tttonc, a resident
of Honolulu, who ling been spending
the past four months in this city,
succeeded In eluding their relative and
werii married ycMtcrduy in St. Mary's
Iloiimn Ciilhullu Church,
,le( 'mill's lirldo gavo lior ago us
iglitvii your In tliu ofliro uf tho
ici ii h m clurlf, but ruliitlVM say slio I
but Kviiuttiii your did. Hhn hit been
stopping in 43fi Tivmity ninth street,
luii door from tliu MeCiiini hoinw.
AeinnliiiK to tliu idopors' scliemo,
Mis SIuum Hunt iliiHiilovvn early
moriiiiig and wa fnllipwui) un
hour )aur by Uvt IIhiud. 'J'lioy
th Uom ami trore wulifod
tliilr plul vv ilUcnmw).
Tba iUi, wbwi limy Imiutkl tlmt
Mm young jwoplu wm fiiwdikl for Dm
iihm hii0hi, Hwa h ii(taio rliort
iu piviwl ihsir umrtitg,
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nasi rantrnllen af the AMeritan
laratinn nf lnlmr, whlrh will open hrre
Novrmbrr II, continued today with sit
itiiigi l tha union lal el and metal
Nuny delrgatet eiprinsed themselves
confident that the f dictation will
adopt a radical change n poliry in this
III. ..iiu Irtiirxpti.)
HAN KKANCISCO, November 8,
(.Special to Tbe Advertiser) Tho latest
returns today wiped out the Wilson
plurality in California. Many error
were responsible for Tonight, with
twenty-seven precinct still to be heard
from, Theodore Booievelt lead by 751
The total count thus far gives
2D1.3G0! Wilson 200,018. Tho Wll
son forces still claim tbe 8tatc, asserting
that the returns from -the missing
precincts will put tho Stato In the
(My Federsl Wireless Telegraph.)
LOS ANGELES, November 8. (Special
to The Advertiser) Tho body of
.1. Hoy Morgan, the first United States
seaman killed in the recent resolution
in Nicaragua, whore United States ma
rines were colled upon to protect lives
and property of citizens of tho United
States, was buried in Iuglowood ceme
tery, near jos AngclcB, today with military
Morgan, who was n turret captain
aboard one of tho United States war-ships,
wng tlie son of Mrs. Barah Molscn
of Moncta, u Buburb of Los Angeles.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WA8HINOTON, November 8.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Two
Unitec'i States armored cruisers
Tennessee and Montana have
been given rush orders to proceed
to Turkish waters to look after
the interests of United States
zcn3 and their property.
He The cruisers are now In reserve
In the Philadelphia navy yard, the
Tonncsseo being the flagship of
Austin Knight. They
should bo ready to sail within
twenty-four hours, and under or-
dlnary conditions should reach 4
Constantinople about November
25. If thoy proceed with dispatch.
LOS ANGELES, November 8.
(Special to Tho Advertiser)
The establishment of a chain of
aeroplane depots along tho Pa-
cific Coast fsom tha Mexican to
the Canadian border, as an aux-
iliary to tho Const Artillery
Corps, is tho idea incorporated
in a plan recently nivoeuted by
tha war department for tho more 4
mobile defense of tho Coast of
California, Oregon and "Washing-
ton, according to Lieutenant
Augustus Norton, ot tho Coast
Artillery Corps, who is in Los
Norton added thnt tho war do-
partmont hnd entered into con- '
tracts for tlio construction of a
score of biplanes for tho Pacific
Coabt aerial depots, and said ho
was on his way to e'un Diego to
select a site thcro for nn aerial
station for the army,
S,s 5C SflC JfC Sp SC SJC 3JC SjC ( !C 3I J(C Pf. JJI SJI
(By 1'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN November 8.
(Special to The Advertiser)
ilobert L. 1'owler, tho aviator who
Btnrted from Los Angeles in a raco
with it Cadillac cur nud wits to
have landed nt the Empress
ter in San Eraucisen on Sunday,
stated definitely todny that his
proposed flight bud been
doned, owing to his full near Sail-
gus, in which his aeroplane was
Charles Sottlc, the driver of the
Cadillac car, continued his race '
and succeeded In "breaking tho
record from Los Angeles to Sau
MEXICO CITY, Noemvber 8. (By
Associated Press Cablo) Tho
have been decisively defeated In n
battlo with government troops and havo
fled, leaving one hundred dead.
OFFER A GREAT REWARD
FOR EVIDENCE OF FRAUD
SAN FBANCISCO, November 8.
(Ily Associated Press Cable)- ltudolph
Hprecknls and James I'hclau lmvo authorized
the Democratic Stato central
committee to offer $5000 reward to any
one furnishing evidence to convict any
person of election frauds. Tho commit-too
lin served notice thnt It will con
test the count if any evidence of fraud
CAPTAIN JOHNSON, C.A.C.,
COMING TO HONOLULU
(Ily Merit Vlr)rn Ttleirspli,)
HA.N I'JtANCIBCO, Niivrmlmr 8.
(UiimivI to Tha Ailvi'rlisvr) ('nut. J,
8 Jabiipun, Cuit Artlllury Corp. I
lltvv (rmn ulgiiiiiinit wllli tlie lufltli
CoiDjittiiy It ml ( pintail on ilutnahed
salvlHi, llv Hill uu In lluiiululu III )f
UIm Muhi'l illlur! ot Honolulu wi
I rUl Mullill ill H'alWMI, Katuj),
Mia IaiuIm liu uf Arliuglon, Vnnm
ieaHta, If nw imuut m m w)i
IM0, Hul, lU4l.
TO CU1IE A COLD III DUE PAY
Tgk ImMiva UiiMhu Viiinitw
TiwUu All rfnuiM.. i,i,u.i
Uim mmf u fail, i-, uu
H W 'iluVk't Solution ii u
' 'l "I HtM l II .. I
Republican Ticket Makes Clean
Sweep All Over the
Kollowlng are the latest return from
the election In Maul, showing the total.
A few of the precincts lira missing, but
they will make no difference in the result!
Delegate to Coiurrcaa.
Clark, II. C. (8) 20
Kalanianaole, J. K. (It)., 1730
McCandlcss, L. L. (I)) 748
Notley, C. K. (Hit) 83
Baldwin, II. A. (It) '. 1378
Clark, Thos. (D) 900
Knhaulelio, B. K. (D) 800
I'cuhnllow, II, B. (It) 1308
Cooke, 0 oo. P. (R) 1200
Goodness, I'. J. (R) 138"
Halemono, J. K. (D) . ., 7C0
Kamnkau, Noa (B) 804
Kckoowai, 8. K. (B) 847
Kituln, Sam (B) 050
Mnkcknu, Clm. K. (E) 1U81
Ross, M. C. (B) 837
Tavares, A. F. (ID 1252
waialioio, JSCiw. (K) 1283
Wilcox, John (R) 1332
Chairman Board of Supervisors.
Coelho, W. J. (D) . . . .' 740
Kalnma, S. E. (R)...., 855
Bright, John M. (B) 750
Dcvauchellc, E. K. (TD 810
Drummond, R. A. (R) 1302.
Jicnnmg, wm. (R) ; 1187
Kalon, Nelson (D) 730
Lake, Chan. (R) ; 1185
Meyer, Theo. T. (R) 050
Crowd), Clem. (R) 041
Mossman, H. C. (B) 800
Kane, Wm. P. (R) ...V 1112
Keohoknlole, M. K. (D) 720
Wilcox, Chas. (R) 1105
Case, D. II. (R) .". 1071
Vivas, J. M, (D) 805
Baldwin, L. M. (R) .. . 030
Labelling country schoolhouses so
that every citizen may know whether
Ills school is up to standard is the device)
of tho Illinois Stato school authorities,
according to information, roccivod
at tho United States Bureau of Edttca,
Tho schools aro inspected as to
grounds, building, furnishings, heating,
vcniuauon, norary, water supply, sanitation,
and qualifications of tho teacher.
If tho essentials of a cood school nro
found present a diploma is granted tho
district and a plato is placed nbovo tho
door of the school hotiiie designating it
as n "Standard School." Upon fulfillment
of certain further requirements a
higher diplomu uill bo issued and the
plato will read "Superior School."
Already 037 of tho 10.532 one-room
school houses iu Illinois have earned
the right to bo called standard schools
and to display the plato accordingly.
Tins mtcrcstiiiir deviro is of n
vigorous campaign waged by tho Stato
of Illinois in behalf of rural schools.
Two experts on rural education, U. J,
IIolTiiian and W. S. Booth, under tho
direction of Hon. F. G. Blair, stato
superintendent of public instruction,
nro devoting their entiro timo to the
country nnd villago schools.
Illinois docs not nicrclv ask that tho
bcbools bo brought up to standard; tho
Stato tells how it can bo done. In a
bulletin tent to every teacher iu tho
Stato tho requirements for a staudnrd
school nro set forth. Among tho
are: An autplo playground;
good approaches to tho school; convent
ent fuel houses; tho building, sound, in
good repair, and painted; improved
heating arrangements a jacketed stovo
iu tlio corner of the room instead of an
unprotected stovo iu tho center; floor
nnd interior of the building clean nud
tiay; suituljlo desks for children of nil
ages properly placed; a good collection
of juvcnlio books, maps, nud dictionaries;
a sanitary wuter supply; tho
school well organized with regular
and at least seven months'
schooling every year; tho tcachor must
lutvo not less than a high-school education,
roccivo n sulary of at least $300
per annum, and bo ranked by tho country
siiporitucndent as n good or superior
The inoro ambitious districts, aspiring
to tho "superior" diplomas, will
have to meet tho following additional
rc'itiiruiucut: A playground of at
least one-half uu aero, level, covered
with good gruss, and provided nth
trues mid olirubs; sanitary drinking
separata rlnuk room for Ikiv
und girli room lighted from ouo sido
fir from omi side nnd reur; adjuatubla
wIiiiIii.vm lilted with guild ihadei) heat
by Imminent or room furnure,
with proper urruiigeiiinnU for removal
of hud iilr mid niIiiiUsIoii of pure air)
nt Nut ulglily library boolm, ion
fur I'M nil gnnlo! mo good iiieture
uu I he vsiilli provinlou fur iiitirui'lluu
J a ugririiliuri). luminal Iriiliilny, nml
uiii (hp twunlinr id hu a
umduule with nuriiial liual
lifiiiiiiiK uml in rMfivo Ml lumt IS0
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91 mi- i'uur af sNdy Iu Im wtdl ilunti
Tim Illmul umburiittNi do Mill HijMwt
to m U mvum (it Uiinniiwii ut
tilt' uM I MUM N'lMMlU MttftVril III HU?
W7 Hb ll WBluial dstWiUIIii uf
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UHui pupuUiiwa wf llliawi ) rawiN
aaltioilt aill n uvutttit litt tf
tasif ll.i'i Mwk iu iuajii litis ji u
itfhi. i I fu, it, iuuiu.uul i q dv
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MIY HAWE SfLK
MILL IN HAWAI
Will Bo Investirjatlon of the
Looal Conditions Some
To ascertain the condition of tht
labor iiinrktiL -... ....... i.. t
tho Seattle branch of tno Lehigh Val
ley Silk Mill of South Bethlehem,
Pennsylvania, may vlalt HonolulUln the
near luturr. Tho .promotion commit
teo ha been informed by the
anla Office. i& a.lrnnivl...1.,lMr M.I..
of data concerning Industrial conditions
here, that as soon as tho Seattlo
urnncn ua ocen acquainted with the
proposal to establish a branch In Honolulu,
the renrcsnntntlvn mill i, .
hero to mako a immnnnl tiivnilnnlnn
The editor nt l.n iin.i..u....
Times" of Curistcuurch, Now Zcalnnd,
has usked tho commltteo for a number
pf photographs which ho will uso as
imisi.rui.ions in ins paper from time
to time, In "order to crento additional
merest in mo iiuwniiau islands."
Tho demand for transparency kiosks
showing scenes of Hawaii is becoming
largo siuco tho installation of tho hand,
some ono in tho Southern Pacific office
in Sau Tim (1,...i ,...
ship Company, which cstnblishod offices
" " iorK recently, will install one
in San Francisco nnd one in tho Now
York office. Tho Santa Ye company has
asked for a kiosk for its San Francisco
Thcro Is also a steady demand for
additional conina nf tlm i.i ...
poster, the requests coining from all
i'u. ia ua tiiu viiiicu oiaies.
Panorama of Haleakala.
R. 1C Rnnltlp ttln mnltnn
pert, left for Maui laat evening en
.uuiu iu iiuicuKuiu. crater to complete
his- series of panoramic and motion
Pictures of tha lnrimt nTlii.nl ...I..
iu the world.
Georno L. Ifurpntn t ii.n
Festival Association of tho Pacific
Coast, and manager of tho Portland
Rose Festival,- writes tho committee
irom tnat no has called a
meeting of the Festival Associations to
bo held on New Year's day at
during the city's annual celebration
of its "Tournament of Roses,"
and as tho promotion commltteo is a
member of tho' association, asliB that
a delegate bo present. Mr. Hutchin
beliovcs the Floral Parade would bo
duly advertised by local uttendauco at
"Your posters nro very striking and
cntchy," says Mr. Hutchin. "Those
you sent mo aro conspicuously posted.
I could havo used many inoro. A great
many of our pooplo contemplate a trip
to your festival next year."
Walter 0. Smith has notified tho
that ho has at last been nblo
to break into Canada nnd will lecture
in Vancouver nnd then go on to Calgary
Interest in Hawaii
. . .,.
....blllf 4IUI11 lilt.
ofiico of Alexander & Baldwin, Seattle,
"I tako this opportunity of informing
you of tho splendid effect and interest
which is being aroused in Hawaii
by tho illustrated lectures, now
being giveu under tho direction of Walter
(i. Smith. Tho lectures in Seattlo
haVO llmWn PrnWllml nniTlnnfiaa nn in
ovcry instanco havo aroused curiosity.
inu sun riuing picturos ana tnoso of
tho volcano appealed iu great measure
and ovoked much applause.
"This form of promotion is by far
tlio most commcndablo over undertaken
by tho committee and should havo
results It- la lmnn.l fu..!..
will be forthcoming for tho furtherance
or una propagamlu ana that such may
bo carried on, not only iu tho United
States, llllf. nflmr Vnrtu nt tlin
especially Europe, .vhero such lectures
no must, uiu uuuiiu io euusu general interest
whero folder work fails.
"Olir nffirn in linfinmlnT
irecognizod as tho Hawaiian
lurs uuu mo general puunc apply to
us coiisiuniiy ior lnrormation nuout tne
Islands. A considerable raid has been
imilll. nn nilT Vtnlr nf llntunlinn tilnrn.
turo sinco Mr. Smith's lectures, nnd I
wotiiu lino you to lorward moro packages
of literature. Wo will be glad
to hum? liictllrPK nf lulnnil innpa in
Robert S. Lcmmon, associate editor
of "Travel," wrjtes from Now York,
linnVu ilin nnnimillnn fn ilin TTnnrnttnn
pictures recently forwarded, which nro
m uu uscu iu illustrating a iionoiuiu
II. K. Burnett has Informed tho
that ho is now tho Now York
representative of the Oceanic Steam-
Hhlll Cnmiifinv with nftWn nf TJn. 1
s 3 ( 3 C 5( 3fC SfC C 3C tt iC ?C
ASCII WILL STICK TO JOB
"I nin not an nppllcant: for
any position in tho power of any
official to give rne," said Julius
Asch, newly elected member of
f uiu ivrriinriui nnusu oi
tativrs, yeiterday, uncut a story
that he wan nn upplicnnt for tho
higli sheriffship, "I would con-
sldcr it n poor thing to do and I
Intend to stay right with tho job
for ttliicli I was elected. It
would lio n poor return lo tlioo
who cnt their vote for mo to
Ily ii IT nud seek; another position
if for which I would liavu to resign
from tha Iiouik, wouldn't lit"
! HI I II II I Will II II
II. )'., Ailum nf Now York U a visitor
fjoMBTJiwa ron motmubh.
Till U tlm MHiflu or llm ywir wlmn
luutiiMfi fil vnry muli iouwdihI
vnr lb ffwiuwil Midi wuitiiiau by
ILttlr iUlniii, mid tutrt "lyii4nl
Mil tut It IM ry Mjld Mailf tU
Ihi, lHr la vlultly i4 puva
h wt fur lb wam tafliMW dla
it I w afiaa fallaM tltawliarUla '
I'uuKk livuivit; I faWMM far H (ura.
ii 'I I 'ImmuI mJ m1 te U 1'vl
by llmn.a fiwitli , i a. (44.
k- Iwi llit A4l
Prom Saturday AdTrUiri
Trfcjcdy of an unknorn qmllty att
young ltoliert Blnclur, exeuuuge teller
at tho Bishop Bank, botween the hour
of five and six o'clock ycsterdy afternoon,
th6 wnve of Wuikiki washing up
hi drowned body nt the feet of tho
friend who had just preceded hlra from
tho water shortly after dark.
Tho tragical denouement of an extremely
ordinary afternoon pleaiuro
party shocked Wnlkiki last night when
Sinclair's death was announced. Tho
horror of this latest fatality wo
by tho fact that no circumstances
surrounding bis death in tho
waters aro known and that the grim
toll tho waves tossed up on the beach
was offered to light-hearted fellow
swimmers, less strong even than ho In
tho water, who were lounging about
tho luuni of the Moana bathhouse waiting
for him to return.
In company with B. W. Anderson, assistant
manager of tho Treat Trust
Company, nnd two other friends, Sinclair
staitcd on u swim at tho beach
nbout flvo o'clock. Tho swimmers apparently
separated, and as tho water
was cold moat of them were back nshoro
ueioro long. Anderson was one of tho
last to return, dressing after about nn
hour in the water. As he emerged from
tho bathhouso tho boy in charge, expressed
a wish that b.nciair's clothes
be taken out ns ho wanted to lock tho
Anderson assured lmu that Sinclair
was a stronir swimmer and would un
doubtedly be back within a few min
utes. it was wiiilo waiting for his return
that the boy wandered down
tho beach and stumbled across Sinclair's
The horrified caretaker called for
help and tho dead muu s crstwhilo companions,
startled and terrified, carried
him to the hotel. Doctor Morong wai
called and later Doctor Cooper and tho
two physicians worked over him for a
long while, getting a great deal of water
out of him, but fulling to restore
life to tho quickly stiffening body. Tho
pollco were in the meantimo summoned
and life was pronounced totally extinct
by tho time they had arrived.
A careful examination of the body
was mado last night by Deputy Sheriff
Roso and Sergeant of' Detectives
in an endeavor to find nny
mark or bruise about it that might signify
something moro than tho misfortune
which apparently caused Sinclair's
inability to keep afloat. No suspicions
proved well-founded, however, and natural
causes undoubtedly will bo assigned
as responsible for his death.
Sinclair would havo been twenty-three
years of ngo on November 22. It
is a native of Lcith, Scotland, and has
no relatives, but scores of friends in
Honolulu, to whom tho news of bis
death will come as a severe shock. Ho
was n trusted employe of tho Bishop
Bank. No arrangements havo been
made for the funeral.
E. 0. P. MONEY TWIT
WENT FROM HAWAII
Hawaii contributed $GO.0O to tho
campaign fund of Wilson,
ns reported in Tho Advertiser on
Thursday. To tho Republican campaign
fuud tho Territory was much
moro liberal, tho checks forwarded
from hero to tlio national treasurer
totaling according to tho
list of contributors mado public. Among
tho contributors appear some well-known
names, whilo others giving their
addresses as Honolulu aro not to bo
touiid iu thp Ioenl directory. Tho ones
who holped to finance tho Tnft campaign
and tho amounts they gavo aro:
J. P. Cooko $1000
B. L. Welsh looo
AV. W. Alexander 500
n. A. Baldwin 500
F. F. Baldwin 50
C. N. Wilcox COO
J. M. Avington 500
KJ- Ilishop 500
Bishop & Co, , 500
E. D. Tonney 500
A. P. Welsh 250
A. J, Welsh 250
Mrs. E. Lent , , . 250
COOK ACQUITTED OF
The department of Hawaii yesterday
received a number of ordors from division
headquarters ut San Francisco, authorizing
tliu disposition of sovoral
cases which enmo under court-martial
notice lately, took Robert I McQrady
was acquitted of tho billing of i'rlvato
Morris A Morula, both of tho First Fluid
Artillery. Tho court found McQrady
not guilty, and Oenornl Murray approved
the findings of tho court-
ciiine to lilt death nt night, while,,
he und other were scuflllng Iu a kitchen.
A n josh, MeOrady, after picking
up it kitchen knife, suld ho was going
Iu maru AlilnmM, Thoy were- liotli out
nf dour in tlio durkiies, ami AktersW
ran itgitliitl Mcdrudy and the kiilfo hnd
The flmliiiu nf the court which
l'rivHto lidrmril II Htnith Troop
Hi 1'lflh Cavalry, uf iinuiill nml Imttory
with IHlvnl tu kill I'rhatu John f,i iU of
lit hiuo iroot, wort aim approuM by
(JuHirnl Murrnyi Tlio imperii in
nun iu i)n rurwHiiimi m mm
rlwa, or lb faaur nin.ii mark
Ilia dlualMlM MlwiMiu u ! uilnmnt
nud S 4itiiutl, Whtiu lIuHuii r. ut liu
ilit.iui tjiiltta, Ilia ..... i
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i lou m)m UUti fivU' Ji.i'vi i,.ij
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