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SI v B U LLET1N , I I From Ban Francisco: Hloriit November 1 R For Ban Francisco; China .Nnvontbor 18 From Vancouver: Manuka December !l For Vanconver: Maranm December C Through the advertising- colnnrni of the EVENING1 BULLETIN yon tan I f JLJJ Y XliL talk; honest Roods 4o over ten thou' sand readers every day. 3:30 EDITION Strength in store advertising is unlimited KS ESTABLISHED 1882. HO. 477G. 10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1010 10 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS.! JTTTTTHTVrTXT" m -- l HI E ! I II -m XIVVJ 1 : " - t . -A ... FINDS GROUNDS FOR COiTEST ON MAYORALTY EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS IN SOUTH SEAS Rakaako Under Election Probe Special Committee Secures Evi dence of Wholesale Law Violations Investigations mado by a llepubll ran comltteo Into tbo alleged lllcgn' voting In tho Sixth Precinct ot the Fourth District nt tbo recent olec tlon luivo shown, according to tbu committee, not only wholesale viola tions of tbo regulations regarding the marking of ballots, but tbo fact that tbo polls, did not close uutl' after C o'clock. Klthcr chargo;. If proved, Is re garded as sufficient to Invalidate tbo ote uf tbu entire .precltt't. It will icsttlt, say Republican leaders, In thinning out tbo vote from tills pro duet. Should tbo vote be thrown out, John C. I.anc, Republican, will 'he, clcUcel major over Joo l'urn,' Dctnoi crat, by n majority of twenty-six -.votou. ""Tlie'Not.uU ot tbo clc'e'lion votVld Jief chntTficd, and Kcfn.V pres ent, majority or niiy-ivvo votes woui'i bo cut down to a,mlnor(ty;of twenty '."ix.;: . v: , '",-. .$ . I i ' Thii Republican ciminlttco hni ' 'proVcded slowly and :iliistnkIiiRlv In Its Investigations, and even now It Is not kiiio that, tbo vote In tbo prlnct, wblrh IsShc Kaknako sec tion, will ho nrotcFtcd. When tbo Invi-Etlgiitlem lommllteo finishes lib labors. It will mnl.u a report to tbo Joint county committee, and the lat ter will drcldo whether or not to make a protest. llowcer, tho special committed hns already a mubs of facts on, hand which bear out Its contention of Il legal voting In Kakaako, Kyovvlt Heroes have told that late in tlfu day, when rcorcs of Voters were rushed Into thn polling-booths by tbo Dem ocratic runners, tho hallotliiR was UFO IS BEFORE BIG MEETING IN SESSION AT CAPITOL At 2 o'clock Ihla afternoon In tho Thiviio loom at tbo Capitol tho con solvation meeting, attended by (Inv entor Fioar, Territorial olliclals and tbo members of tho Hawaiian Sugar Plnn'crs Association, com emit for tbo pmposo of giving tbo piohlem a thorough discussion. Mniston Cniupli"ll as picsldont ot tho Hoard or Agriculture, picsld-dand tho piognun of papois for tlio after noon -was as follows:, 'Mniston Campbell, piesldlugr open nt v'ninrl"!- 0"V- W- 1'. '"IC!ir' "c'"i-rwyi-tlon 'ibo I'jhcKmiI Thing." It. S. Mosinor-, "Tliu'l'n'it lOaycd'hy tbo Kr est In Consorvutloii." Dr. I". V. Wll cot, "On the Making Wlso UbO of All Our Unds." Dr. Win. C. Hohdy. "Tbo Consoivatlnn of Health: What tho In dividual ami the Corporation Can Do." Alonjo Gnrtloy, "Tho Dutl' of Water In Developing l'ower." Hon. W. O. Smith. "Kcnnoniy In tho Uso of Sut 'faco and Artesian Supplies." Tho meeting was largely attended, It being the Hi st tliuo that tho Plan- tcis' Association hns been In nttcnd- ancu In n body at a public Kathorlug. Following Campbell's opening io- marks Territorial Toipstor Ilosmer lead n P'ipcr entitled "Tho Tart Play ed by tho Korest In Conservation." Forester Hosmer's Address. Mr. Ilosmer suid In part: "In Hawaii foiestry Is a hiiblneiu necessity. Wood ami wnter nro tlu llrft needs that must be sntlslled in any community. Doth nro pindurU of tho forest. Wherever It ati bo openly faulty. It Is declared that when tho IjIr ruth came, otorswcrc allowed two at a time In tho booths, and that with every polllnR-hooti) taken, voters were marking ballots ull around tho phuc. Another plcco of evidence Is to tbo effect that K. 11. V. Wolttr. -t candidate for Representative nn tbo Dcmoctatlc tl'kct, violated tho clcc tlon laws hy marking hallots for loyal but Iguortaiit Democratic vot ers, as well as by dolus l!s pi,-r.sounl campaigning In and around tho poll Ing-plncc. Rtlll another rtatement' from an cyovvltnosB U Hint Link McOtndlesa, urIpc. )iiR.,raniou3-."toIIiWrJip".sybtem of 'Iihllilejl advertising, rushed i!i2I,Jiiail2J!.W.l!i,fi1.t''a,t! liellil'tB. to advUe and mark ballots. jAnpth'tl-'stratlK" point In thei hands of tho rprclal commlttFo Is that tho pntU'Clil nut close until nearly 0:30 cAilorKf whereas tho voting should havo'llonn'-ctoppcd at r. This in it tclf Is considered suniclcnt to Invnl Idnto tho voto of tho precinct. t Tho results from Kuknako show that Fern 10 elvod 230 votes theio and l.ann l."2. Fern's total vote was 3200, while Lane's total wan :! 1 T, I . a dirforcnco of G2 votes. If tho precinct Is thrown out, lano total will ho "002 and Kern's total 2!i(l. which rIcs l.ann a majority of 2G votes and, it supported, will rIvo Honolulu 'I Hi publican mayor All of this evidence, togother with a lot more that tho committee) Is collecting, will ho submitted to the lounty commlttco probably before tho cud of tbo week, and a decision aa to n protest will then ho i cached. got, water Is tho most valuablo prod uct Mint tho native Hawaiian forest can bo mado to yield. In Hawaii, without the native forest wo should bu without water. And lit our plant ed forcbts wo have, too, an asset ot coustanlly-ln reusing value; for t'ic production uf wood Is ono of the pleasing needs of local conservation "Now obviously tho Hist step in wise iibo Is to stop waste. Ami ttn foittiuatcly all over tho Territory wnsto Is now going on--waste of vvatniB, ot (orestij.Uid of laiiii. '1,'hU Is, not , g6qd bttsltieiw, I ll 'atitt bo put'an end in.' When urt'csliiii va- teiB ai'ti not needed for actual US'. tho wells must be shut off. Where erosion can, bu fbcckod Ijy' altering tho method of cultivation, that mils bo done. And wbero'tho fontt hy bolng pnitected ran ho mado the better to do ItB pait, It Is but short sighted economy that refuses to' build tbo ncccesary fence. Fiist Aid to Forests. "Tho niott pressing needs lu tbo foiest rcrves at picbeiit aio, I'l most cabes, feiiclng; In soma the ex termination of wild cattlo and goats; and lu others the replace. mont of tho foiest on aioas whero tho glowing of ticva Is tbo best live to whl li tho land can bo put. lu addition there Is alw.ivB Io he ton sidcicd the planting of vvastu laud with tree of coniniefrlal value. "It is no part of (he plan of tip governim nt, o nbnto Us activity In (uontmucd on rage 4.) THETIS SIGHTED KAUAI Mysterious Mission Bclicvod to Be Chase After Opium. HUNTING FOR SAMPAN IN BAYS OF COAST Revenue Cutter Is Makiim Careful Inspection of the Shores of Garden Islam Now. Tho I'nlted States revenue cutter Thulla hus Iilcii hovoilng alonp t'n jeewatd iiboicif of tbo island o ) mi 1 for tbo pa'kt twenty four hnurj, and It Is leporlcd that tbo "fa'1, and fm ions" government vessel Is In diilglng In a mad cliaco after ono Qi' moio Japanvso flhhing bampiitt that are lelleved to have been isiiga:;i"l III tho transportation of opium. TJio TbetlB .palled Jtioin Honol'.i.u ttiinut' a-vJk nRo'li'er"detlinHgft not having been dlsclocd by the I'cdo'rnl olllcl.iH. ,It was gone-ally undeistcKid, howevpr, that tho reve Diio vessel had been sent to the neighborhood of lllrd Island, who. a it was stated n Japanese schooner ilggcd vcsicl had been crulsjng. Ihc lishlng boat was sighted by officers of tho I'acllt- Mail steamship SJ berln, and tho only Inference gained rrom such a visit to tho lonoly rock In tbo mld-l'.icinu was that lyj own crs of the vessel expected to pick up opium, or perhaps meet with a ves- bcl that had been engaged lu poac'i lug operations oil the various Mr i islands. Tbo Thetis la known to hnvo sail ed out ot Navvlllvvlli hay. shortly ho foio 10 o'clock yesterday morning Prior to that ,tlmc tho revenuo ves bo! had been seen by residents of Koloa, Klcclo, Ilanapepo and Mnka well. Tbo cutter aiineared to bo making a I'cfsuroly hut careful tour nlnug tho leeward shores of tho Har den Island, and It was presumed at once that, after making tbo dlscnv eiy that tho .lapatieui power sampa'i pomessed faster steaming qualities than tho cutter, the Federal ofllccrs aboard tbo lattnr vessel derided to icturn to tho Islands nnd (nko up Ihn work of becking tho missing Japnticso (Ishlng boat among tho many sheltered bays ni(d lovos along tliu coatt of Knual. LOST SAMPAN TOWED TO PORT Koe Maru Was at Mercy of Wind and Waves For Many Days. Drifting lielplossly at tho morcy of wind and waves for nearly it wcok. tho llttlu Japaiin.ho power sampan Kne Mam wits plckfd up Ihrco jlays ago 'ly' Hip .in'piipeso Kaniianii Voko Mum .ijnd ChinnnfMu.ru, niid twod to llomilulli, Vr'itvliig'ticro tit .noon today., m , 1 ' I lAtlln Kpc nt tuictj; Wjthl tloublo nolu? i'er .cngino Jnlvi1' hfcf Jsklppcr, Citptaiii lnhlmoto, endeuvoicd to to tort to sail to cairy tbo vesbol to a port of safety. After dilftlng within bight or the Island of Nllliau for till co days, sig nals of distress llovvn from a broken mast worn finally recognized and tho tampan win taken lu tow hy the other fishing bouts. Tho disabled, sampan was manned by her captain and llvo men. The vesrel has been nwav final Honolulu for twenty-five- days. i Weekly II u 1 1 c i I u ?1 per jcar. TOLSTOY'S WIFE NEAR ff a -:t a WAS AT HIS DEATHBED 7 SLWV fii amr iTTSv V S V H'V(YiTtK WgSZl FIGURE LONE. DEMOCRAT OUT Kl comml'tco chaliiuaiibhlp to hn dlbtilbiited among soven supervisors' Is the problem that tbu now boa id ' Is now cousldcilug, mid although It will be bumu tlinu bvforo the mem bets get a chaiico lo tako tbu commit too heads, they aiu already figuring out the lineup for next year. With six Itopuhllcaii and ono Demo ciallc members of tbu hoard, it socuu. an easy and logical way out of Hi difficulty to dlvldo tbo chairmanship i among the good Itepiibllcaus mid Id tho lonu Democrat worry along in best ho can without nnu of tho ofilccu, according to tho Itcpubllcnn members So It seems likely that W. II. McClol Ian, whoso election bounced .lint tjulni off tho august body, will havo to c m tent himself with sorvlng on commit tecs and letting tbo chairmanships go I'rank Krugcr has been sup-ioscd to ho after tho chairmanship ol tho fin anco committee, but "HannwuW" said this morning that this Is an or-or, nnd that tho bend of tho poltco c.inmlltt" would Just about suit him. AVhllo no definite) lluo-up has yet been made, Krugcr looks llko a pretty sti'o choice, for this position. Tho supervisors will probihly mill , over tbo matter for a month yet. How over, hero Is a tentative disposal of Ibo ofllroa as they tiro bolng consld eied now: i Finance, Hariy Murrnv; police, Frank J. Krugor; oads, Khun Low; ways ami means, Sumiiol V Dwlght; health Charbs N. Arnold: fire. M, C. Aniami. Dwlght mid Murray may rhango places, and tho hoalth commllten 's still a good ileal undecided. laivv Is ronroiled tho toads commlttco anil as Krugcr declares ho doesn't want the flnnnco comtiiltleo. Murray Is .regard od as tho next strongest candidate. MrClollan will bo rownnlnil for (lis isilltlcal activities by being given plenty of work to do. CANAL LABORERS WANT WAGES RAISED (Awnclnle-el l'rrss C.iliti- COLON, Nov. lfi. A largo delega tion of mechanics and laborers has, through leadeis, made it ieriiest lo President Tuft perbonally for an lu ll easii of wages all along thu Hue for wmls em tho canal. l!vry girl thinks she could love as no other girl ever loved If alio lould only meet tho right num. Great Russian Dead At His Home (tHt-lill Illltli-tlll C'.lUc.l 7VSTAP0VA, Russia. Nov. 10. Coant Io Tolstoi died toda-- of in flammBtion t the lun"s at lm home here. The Countcsj Telstoi. who came to his bedside -estcrday. was Incrr him all r'ght nnd stayed at the ocusiue until me cnu. scvciai om friends were also with him. POPULATION OF BAY CHS GREAT WASHINGTON, D. C,. Nov. lti. I nmoiire liicicnsca lit tho populatlor if the towns bordering San I 'i an il ten bay were shown today In an i milium cinciil made hy Die dlictor t f Ihn eiirui. Oakland Is given a population of liiu.ltl, an lucieaieof 121 'I per cent, over tbo lurt re poit. and I liirkeley outstrips Otklnii'' with I'J.I.'II. an Incrcaio of 200 per cent. Alameda has 23,'JS3, which Is ii'mi ii big IncieafK. 'Ibo pepiilallon of the State ot In diana ! lien 3,7tl'i,))7ii. I'l ll'l1 ly- I l'1! ntti mi m SEAS l Vmuxim-ii Pr-BK e;jia.t POItltlMOUl'II, ling.. Nov. li. - Thu first illtlflou of the American hiittlerhlp licet ai lived here loda) The t till fl dlvlrloii has toailioil Oiavi'tcml. Tim fourth will soon nrilvo. Not a dlraatcr has been in ported. ENGLISH NAVAL MAN ADJUDGED NEGLIGENT (Hl-flut lllllli'ttll CmIiIi',) lOHTSMOl'TII, ling., Nov. 10. Captain Fltzhcrboil of tho llrltlsh crul'-er lledford, wrc keel In the Yel low Hen, was toilay ceuivlitcd of neg llgenre and lepilnuiuded. ENGLISH REFORM IS UNDER CONSIDERATION AHH(H!llll,ll I'lCHrf r-.llll.l LONDON, Nov. in. The King hn summoned the privy (oiint.ll to con hlder the neallon of peeis ami the suimoit of the refoim movciucut The Lords' veto hill today parsed f ist reading. PEPEEKEO FIRE BURNS LANDING (Hpee-liil II u 1 1 1 I I -i Wlreli ss ) 1IILO, Nov. 10. Tho lower landing nnd warehouse) at 1'epoekco burned down last night, hut luckily tho only roiiients were four thousand hags of fertiliser The orlgn of th fire has nt yet be n definitely ascertained. SUGAR SAN FHANC1SCO. Nov. 10. Ileets: jig iiualyiils, 9s. 0 :t-ld,; par ity, 2. 89c, Piovlous quotation, 9s. Temblor Pacific Ocean Seas North of jxeponea nacKea ry ' Many Shocks (.sK-latcd I'n-its I'alde ) f SAN FHANCISCO, Nov. 10, K'pmti- received from mail) points In! dlcato that theio was a rcmiiiknlil rerle of cartbeiunkc shocks Mm?- wbeic In tho South Sens, probahlv tho ocean north of New .(.'aland. gitiphs iihovv that the shocks weie but the location of tho worst dlstur The temblor wan appatontly fo lug In cablegrams from the Antipodes points lu ilia ocean further north wm vl Heel by niurli mote vlolenl tiiniilfcblatlnus. A theory Is that su tlon. PLANTERS ILL C LABOR SESSION In executive session toiniirrava morning, tho llavvullan Sugar Plant- trs' AbsiH'Intlou will take .up tho la bor problem. Tho cxecutlvo hcsslnii' will probuh'y conclude their annual deliberations, Willi Ihc exception of the liifoimnl visit to tho experiment btntlon tomorrow afternoon and. the annual banquet tomorrow night. I Thli moriiiiig'b serslop was tnl.cn, op i committer reports, mid this nflc on thu arkoclatlon Is lit Joint meeting with l'io Hoard of Agrlrul-' I ti fn ii 1 1,1 1,'. ii nul rv tit tlin ! lil I (.' ' iiiu unit s invi'ii j ui, ui" v'M1 i Tho vllt to tho experiment station tomoriovv uftvi uncut will .1 exult I'l an lugpu tlon of the needs of tho .sta tion. Itcconiiiicudattoiis that con 'irtn buildings bo erected have been, recelvcel. as well as a rcconinienda- tlon for a largo experimental farm. (ircitt piogreia belli in govern ment and prlv.ito fotctlry lu tho Tor-' rltoty Is relic lcd In a report tnadu this morning to thu Sugar Haulers'' Ahsucliitloit hy J. Watt, clialnnati of tbo forcttry lommlltcc. Thu report wits one of two taken up. Dm ntberj being thu report of tho transporta tion committee. ' I Mr, Watt sa)s lu part. "No matter what the results of experiments may bhow lu tho fu ture, the finest Inn of forestry Is still ono of prime Impnitatico nnd full)'! difervcs tho consideration given to. It lu the past Hero In Hawaii, bo-l foio tho possibility and needs of lr- MURRAY QUITS CUSTOMS SERVICE! Wilder in Temporary Charrjc of U. S. Weigher's Office. ' Terminating it Korvlco coveilng u period of nearly lovon years, Charles F. Murray tendered his lcslgnatloii as t'ulted States weigher to Colle.tor Stackable this ii'orulng. Mr. Murray Joined the stuff of the local custom limine iciim ago lit tho capacity of clerk. Ho hns bteadlly risen lu the ranks until ho was t placed In charge, of the Federal wtigncrs' oiiicp anu mm to uo wiin tho handling of all coal and other luipoits iccelve-d at tho port ot Hn ijulttln. 1 A permanent sti'feRsor to Mr. Mur lav has not" been named today, but llllatn D, 'Wilder, a clerk connect (Continued on Page 4.) Visits , f New Zealaiicl a far down ticvanl the Antlno-lca si The icoiils nf'.i number of rrln' d'tllnctly felt ui wide spread imlnu; ar v has not been ai.ccttaiucd. " t hardest in New Zealand, nc-ordi today, but It in believed that itorraiicali volcanoes were In erup - 71 i It A i liven ' J FORESTRY URGED - rlgiitlnii bccaiuo apparent, in u elf w.lstlng of tho forests hy cutting and through destruction by llvo stork was permitted, with most disastrous tesitlts. Although attempts wota made as early us thirty jearu agv to pii'veiit such destruction. It was not until 1902 that a (.oiuprchenslip Ntntuto was parsed eicatlng an of) fectivo Hoard of Agriculture and Forestr) with ailuipiate povvent. RlncJ then JmI.SOi; it .res have bevn vel at-lde Ii twoiiD-lbico proclaniallon of tho (lovcrnor em (ho rcconmioiQ ilation of the hoard as Intuit rtsoifc v al Ions, of which 07 per lent. Is govjj irunieut land, and within the nexj revv jcars this area Is expected to bo extended to about 710,000 acri, or about SO per lent, of the total foiest nif.i, of which about 70 pe? cent, will bo government land.1 Is an then he wild that over 00 peg ce,nt. of tlio total forest area of thca It-lands havo been already sot atjejei as foroft reserves. Vm Fxtension Imporlant. a "Next In Importance to His. set ting aside of Until an forest rcsciVveJ comes the work of forest oxloiiVton7 The diminishing supply ot wood and Umber on tho mainland, tho cotutel qiinnt rlbo lu prlro of nil wood prod! nets, the local nocd of wood BtilfJTblo for fen o posts, railroad lies, not to speak of general construction tlmij bcr and tho noccsslty for a cheap, (Continued on Page 4.) 1 MAY BUILD MILL IN PHILIPPINES Local Capitalists Send Engll necr to Investigate Dis- S trict In Ncgros. "u II. a Ilnswoll, formerly engineer! of tho i:wu plantation mill, lett-Ilo-j noltilu on tbo Korea litht Monday ta investlgatu tbo proposition ot cttalM lishlng a central sugar mill In tlttf island of Negios, l'liillpplno lalnndsj Ilosvvcll Is sent by local capitalist who have now under conslderatloS tho plan of constructing and flniu't'tj Ing it sugar mill to servo the dUtrtcf of San Curios, Occidental Ncgros. Th district has fourteen sugar plants' tlons, unci tho mill would bo a'nilH lion-dollar proposition. On Mr. HosJ well's report will depond nctloWliu the tuntter. (-' . BULLETIN AD8 PAY- (Ml f i'llsinflifl 1tilifrl-(Tl-r-i- ''"' i"' .fcWaiii-Milttfiiri-hi'iwaifii .r'-tii'M'H kt!iWiiSlMliliiil .