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Voi XIH No '3534
HONOLULU. TBRRITORI OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1906
Fbiob 5 Cents
R t t s a - .- -- -
WAS CLEAN SWEEP
Uptctal lo IV flulleldt
Walluku, Maul, Nov. 7. The Ho
publican wave has swept throughout
Maul County nnd' elected nil Rcpuh
Henna excepting Pnla Naltl, who heat
J. II. M nlua for Deputy BlicrlfT of Mo
lokal bytwelve votes.
Uvcn W. II. Cornwell, tho most pop
ular, the most warlike of all Homo
Hitlers, went under, ami Hon. S. K.
KbIiio wbb elected by tho nllm ma
jority of nvo votes. It was tho Wal
hce hallol box,' as usual, that decided
tho Hupervlsorxhlp of Wnltuku ilia
trlct. Deforc midnight nil tho re
turns from tho outside prcclmts ox
irptlni: Molokal, were In.
Tho count for Supervisors was com
nienred at Walhce nt 2:10 a. m. anil
lasted until after 4 n. m. It would
not have been completed oven then
If It were not for reinforcements from
Republican headquarters from Wal
luku. led by Campaign Manager Hon.
H. K. Kalama and 8am Kelllnol, sec
lelary .of the executive commttc6,
who wcnt"ttWninco 'tonrgtio law
points with stubborn Homo ftulcri.
All night Chaa. Wilcox was explain
ing the meaning of election law to the
electorate of Walhce. Ho told them
Hint If n ballot contained marks for
two sheriffs, etc., said, ballot was to
be rejected. Tho Homo Rulers claim
ed that the ofllcc bo marked was the
nnly one vitiated and that tho re
maining nfliccs wero good and should
be counted. The Republicans would
'not yield to 'such contentions of thu
Cornwell Clark followers. Wilcox,
however, held on to his opinion until
the nrrlvnl of more legal expounders
I mm Wnlliikti, when ha surrendered
the lloor to his comrades, who finally
won the dny, und Kalnc was declared
elected Supervisor of Walluku dirt
trlct. The latter, however, assisted
by his Democratic friends and legal
advisers, put up a nolilo tight, which
took all thu reserve foitca of the Re
publicans to conquer.
About thirty of tho Republican
friends of Cornwell In l'uuncne, and
twenty In Walluku, refused to vote for
Kalue, and therefore, deposited blank
ballots. If theso ballots had been
ninrked, Kalue would havo an over
whelming majority over Cornwell, but
tho Republican friends of the latter
were affected more tiy their associa
tions than by strict party lines. Corn
well appreciated very much the blank
ballots from his bosom fricndH and
the cordial relations existing between
them havo become firmer than ever.
Kalue likewise appreciated tho acts
nf the Republicans, who refrained
well wearing, shape keep
ing garments that will
delight the most fastidi
ous man. Every popular
pattern and cut la rep
resented In our new
atock. All costs of this
season's make from the
famous ALFRED BENJA
MIN A. CO, havt no ventt
In the back.
Tor further Information
'bout wearing apparel In
TEL, M.IN SO,
COHN.II FORT AND MOTEL 0TB,
FIGHT VERY CLOSE
from voting for cither him or his op
ponent. Attorney J. I.. Coke should also bo
given credit for the excellent fight
put up by Cornwell In this campaign,
for "Jim" Is tho real brains and lha
leal factor who supplied nmmunlllon
for the Homo Rulers In this and nil
Last Sunday Dr. J. 11. Rayin'ind
gavu n luau at Knpnhaklmohcwn's
residence nt Mnkcna to his ranch bnyt
mid all tho residents of Iloniiauln dis
trict. There was a Isrgu gathering
there of men, women nnd children,
mostly Homo Rulers. Dr. Raymond
delivered one of thu most powerful
ipeechcs of tho campaign, his remarks
being Interpreted by Sam Kelllnol.
The Doctor spoko for over nn hour.
Among other things he Bald was that
II. P. Ualdwln did not really want to
inn tho Republican organization and
that Mr. Ualdwln did not caro who
ran It ns long at 11 was conducted for
good anil s'tablo government. Dr. Hay
niond adysedathein to.form nniorgan-,
Izatlon uniler'THc conii'ol of tho llo
lubllcan Central Committee at Wal
luku before whom theso various dis
trict organizations should tnkc their
grievances. Should any government
lands be cut up for homestead lots,
the Central Committee could work
shoulder to shoulder with the Repub
lican administration at Honolulu and
their prayers would bo granted.
Dr. Raymond gnve them lots of oth
er useful advlio, fa much so that
bonio of thu old folks wero heard to
remark that they did not dream be
toro that the Doctor hnd so much
good advice In storo for them. Hut
on election day, tho voters of thu
birthplace of tho lato lamented Homo
Rulo leader, Robert W. Wilcox, gavo
tho Home Rulo candidates overwhelm
ing majorities over tho Republican
Monday night, the cvo before elec
tion, witnessed tho most magnificent
display ever seen on Maui. Tho pro
cession, headed by Capt. W. K. Bal
and numbering nearly two hundred
strong, with torches, marched from
the court honso along High Btrect,
down Main street and then along
Market street. All along tho route
firecrackers and bombs and sky rock
ets were displayed In such profusion
that night was turned into day. An
Immense 'crowd turned out to sco the
Republican rally. Nearly a thousand
people lined either side of Market
street to sco tho procession and also
to hear the, Republican candidates
speak. Judge A. N, Kepolkal and D.
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Different Systems Used
In Throwing Out
"STATUTE," SAYS MOWN,
" IS NOT GOOD LAW"
80ME PRECINCTS THREW OUT
BALLOTS WHICH WERE FOR
TWO TREASURERS AND
"Will there bo n recount?"
This quell Ion was asked on lho
Btrect today, as It was yesterday, by
hundreds of people. Some uf them wero
Interested politicians, who' could not
leconcllo themselves to tho result of
the election of laukca for Sheriff. Olh-j
era wero Just people, who had bet on
laukca, nnll who could not collect
their bets, somo of thoao who bet on
Ilrown being unwilling to settle before
It Is finally decided whether thcro will
be u recount or not.
Sheriff Ilrown, on whom tho solution
of this problom rests, has not made
up his' mind yet. Wben'asked this fore-
nnnn na itw H,kth Via Mmsll nsk fna'
aauvia na w nuviUCI u nuuig a 91V (U
County ballots, which were rejected.
"I have to watt 'until l get this In
lormatlon," he said, "nnd any rumor
which says that the petition for a re
count has been made, Is Incorrect. I
do not think that thoro were any Jobs
or crooked work. On lho other hand, I
am Informed that most of the country
ballots which were thrown out wero re
jected becauso they were marked for
too many Supervisors, or becauso tiiey
wero marked for two Treasurers.
claim that It Is not good law to reject
tho whola ballot, wlicro It has a mis
t.iko only In regard to ono set of ofll-
cers. It should be counted with the.
nxccptlon of tho officers regarding
whom the mlstako was made.
"In homo precincts a different system
was adopted than In others. Thus, for
Instance. In the i:lghth of tho Fifth,
tome ballots, in which two names were
marked for County Treasurer, wciu
allowed, with ,th exception of lbs
Treasurer part, wftllo other, which
hud been marked wrong in the Super
visor division, were thrown out alto
gether. In other precincts ballots were
thrown out when two names were
marked for Treasurer. Of courso such
discrimination Is not proper."
Judge Gear, who la the Sheriff's at-
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Nov. 7.
SUQARi 95 degree centrifugals, 3.8
cents or $76.20 per ton. Previous quo
tation, 3.88 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 9d. Par
ity, 3.82 cents. Previous quotation,
8a. 7 1-2d.
Individuals who believe
In Lite Insurance and
practice It, You should
join the ranks.
Fori R, Uwlul'i
J. P. COOKE WILL RESIGN
AND ATKINSON MAY, FROM
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SECRETARY ATKINSON, WHO DECIDES THAT HE WILL REMAIN IN
In nil probability before tho Su
vcrlc nrrlves In this rlly, which will
be about December 10, there will ho
two new members of the Immigration
Hoard. That there will be one Is cer
tain. J. I. Cooke will lenve within the
next ten days for Australia on n trip
for his health and ns ha Is Secretary
of tho Hoard and no expenditure of
money can ho mado without his sig
nature, he will, before lenvlng, place
his resignation In the hands of Gov
ernor Carter, and a now member will
bo nppolntcd and a now secretary
Jack Atkinson has refused tho posi
tion which was offered him In Now
York and will return on tho Korea,
due hero on November 27, to tnko up
his regular duties. It may bn neces
sary to iibo some, money which Is In
tho hands of tho Hoard beforn ho nr
rlves and In order that thcto may be
no trouble' In this regard, ns ho ns
well as tho secretary must sign ml
warrants, ho has placed bis lesignn
lion in tho bands nt tho Governor, to
bo used If ho shall sco fit
Thoro will bo a gient dual of work
lo bo dono between now nnd tho ar
rival of the Suverle, nnd In nil piob
ability tho successor to Mr. Cook will
bo appointed In lho neiir rulilro, In
order thut ho may get lu touch with
what will bn needed ns quickly ns
possible. Governor Caller stated
this morning that be bud ulieudy pick
ed nut a man fm the pl.uo hut hud
l.ot talked lho mailer ner with him
jet and lor this i-'iisun uiuld not gln
rut tho imino of thu prosicci ap
pointee. Tho naiiie of V A Kinney
has been ini-iitiiiii. l by other
In speaking o tho situation in u
gard to the Immigration Hoard this
morning Gowrnor Carter said:
"I hao been considering this mat
ter for Bomo tlmo and havo talked It
over with Mr. Tcnney and Mr. Cooke
n mnnhcr of times in order lo obtain
Ibelr advice In regard to tho best
method to pursue. I received a cable
gram from Jack Atkinson 'yesterday
which slated that ho had refused the
New York position which waa offered
him and that ho would return on thn
Korea. In response to a letter from
mo nn tho subject ho had already
placed his resignation as a member
of tho Hoard of Immigration In my
hands to ho used If I saw fit.
'Of lourso, thcro Is tho vacancy
left by Mr. Cook, who will reBlgn In
a few days, to bo tilled. Thero Is a
great deal of work lo bo done. Thcro
nre over 1300 peoplo coming on tho
Suverle nnd they must bo looked aft
er when they nrrlvo hero. Tho ship
(Continued on Page 7.)
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Wc (troprepursd to take
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Holiday Time Now
and nothing would please your friends
on ins mainland more than a box of
pineapples or a bunch of bananas.
LEAVR ORDERS AT
THU WULLS-FARGO Ofl'ICC.
J. Hopp & Co,
From the nppenrnnco of seven de
murrers which were filed today In the
suit of Carrlo II. Rlggs vs. Julia Afong
ct al., the Afong family has spill Into
two factions. On tho one sldo will ap
pear the following, who wllh Mrs.
Julia Afong, are against Mrs. Illgg'-.
Helen G. Hcnshall, Mary Afong, Alice
I.. Hutchinson, Albert I. Afong, A.
Henry Afong, Julia II. Johnstone, and
Those who havo not filed demurrers
nnd. who for this rcjson appear on tho
other sldo, arc: Samuel M. Damon.
Nancy L. McSlnckcr, Emmcllno M.
Mngoon, Marie K. Humphreys, Hcsslc
R. Uurns, Mclainc I). Drowsier, I-Utit
I. Whiting. Mm tha M. Dougherty,
Tony Afong and Dlshop & Co.
Tho demurrers are nlmosl Identical
nnd six wero filed by Attorney W. T.
Hnwllns, while Mrs. Julia Afong Is
represented by J. J. Dunne.
The suit, which is n prnycr for an
injunction to l revent Mrs. Afong from
disposing of o surplus Income of tho
trust estate ' ft her alxtccn years ago
by Cluing .up, Is demurred In on
1 many groi'iuls. It Is alleged that tho
court has no Jurisdiction, that the com
plaint Is multifarious, that the bill
shows no trust In favor of tho com
plainant nor doca It show any duty for
an accounting from Mrs. Afong to tho
complainant for nny moneys, that
Chung Afong gavo Julia Afong an ab
solute estate and tho whole right, tltta
' and Interest to the Income and tho sur-
plus Income of the trust fund. It Is
also claimed that tho ordinary rulo in
equity, following the statute of limita
tion will not allow tho suit to bo pro
ceeded -with as sixteen years have
passed since tho trust was made.
TEH III II
The Y, Man Young rase is now be
ing argued by the defenso before tho
Jury. This morning the prosecution
brought In testimony In rebuttal nnd,
in response to a request from ono of tho
Jurors, Dr. Emerson was placed on the
stand and he sworo that tho Korean
could not have been sick as he ttaicrt,
In the poll co station for threo days
wiinoui nis Knowledge. Tho caso
should go lo tho Jury late today.
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NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 8 Wil
liam Randolph Hearst claims that
votes of the Independence League
were not counted and there are pos
sibly enough of these to have elected
PRESIDENT OFF FOR PANAMA
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 8.
President Roosevelt has started fori
Panama. This trip will be the first
time In history that a President haai
left the borders of the country for an
extended tour, '
CANTON BURNING ,
CANTON, China, Nov. 8. A great:
fire la raging in thlt city. Over &00
houses have already been consumed'
lend the lost It over a million dollars.
Tits European quarter la safe.
DURAND ,TO RETIRE
LONDON, England, Nov, 8. Sir
Henry Mortimer Durand,, British Am
baaaador to the United States! Is to
retire to private life,
SUSTAIN THE DOLBEER WILL
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 8.
The Dolbeer will hat again been sus
tained by the courts.
GILLETT BY 12,000
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 8.
Glllett't plurality as Governor Is estl
mated at 12,000.
TO FORCE HONESTY
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 8. An
appeal haa been made to the State
Department to force the foreign fire
Insurance companlet to pay their Dan
Francisco losses amounting to four,
teen millions of dollars.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 8.
The Grand Jury hat returned, an In
dictment of railroad officials for
granting rebates, on 147 co'untt.
Tho Joint meeting of tho College
Hills and Manoa Improvement Cluba
which wns to havo taken .place tomor
row evening has been postponed until
an evening next week, duo notice of
which will bo given.
Captain Ilerger writes n friend from
Denver confirming tho reports of suffer
ing of tho band. He says Cohen Is a
laughing atock for tho theater owners
und has paid no salaries for two
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