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KVBfflNfl nPtAETlN. HONOLULU. T It.. MONDAY, SEPT. .1, IMC.
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' t UIJ.SDAY
Hawaiian Second Dejree.
Rose Croix Regular '30.
Hon. Chapter Royal rch.
Lei Aloha Chapter Ho 'Reg
At visiting rncmbi of (be
orde aro cordially Id ed "to al
ter.; meetings of loc lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, Nr I, I. O. 0. F.j
Mfes every Monday c nlngat7:30
In I C. O. F. Hall, Fort rmt.
E. It. liUNlHn Sccrctnry.
C 0. 110TTEL, 0
All visiting brother! -j cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. i K. of P.
M ta every Tuesday r 'cnlng nt
7:80 o'clock In K. of 1. 'fall, King
tren. Visiting brothers c rdlally In
tltO'l to ntt'cl.
O. J. WHITEIU D. C.C.
r. waldron, K.n.8.
O.HU LCPftE, No. 1, I' ef P.
Meets every Friday e-olng at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7 v Mem
bers of Mystic LoiUe, No. 2, '.'m. Mc
Klnlpy Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brother cordially Invited.
r, r- Business.
A. D. ROND. C. ('
A. S. KENWAV. K.R.B.
HONOLULU LODGE 818, P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge- No. 616, 1' . O. H.,
will meet In their hall, m Miller
and Dcretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the V.. It.
HARRY II. SII'?SON,
it. ic. MunnAT, e.r.
Wm. "'KINLEY LODGE Nj. 8, K.of P.
Me-n every Snturday evening at
7:40 o clock In K. of 1". Hall, King
tree:. Visiting brothers cordially In
ltJ t. attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
E. A. JAC0I1S0.V, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Ifitts on the 2nd and 4th WEDNK8
DA) jvenlngs of each month at 7:30
tckCK In K. of I. Hall, King street
Vis ting Ragles are Invited tr at
Unit. DAM McKEAOUE. W.P.
II. T. MOOItE, W. Bscy.
Hawaii chapter no. i, order op
Mi-eta every first ari third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' Rulldlng, Fort street, at
7:3'' o'clock p. m. A full attendance
(s desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
HAWAIIAN TRIBENe. 1, I 0. R. M.
Meets every second si.J fourth
FRIDAY ot each month In I O. C. F.
Visiting brothers cordial). Invited to
W. P. DRAW Sachem.
A. U. MUIH V, C. of R.
A Superior Light tu all others,
Acoytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
and elisapness radiates less heal, viti
ates fie air less and has no Injurious
effect on the eves.
For urther partltr.lars Inquire st
Als'i Cale'um Carbide of all sizes, In
drui.vi and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantl-i and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Tele jhone Main 145. 143 Merchant 6t-
ANY TIME -PG
jJJfJJT EVERY DAV
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUT01
OPHN-AIR SKATING RINKI
ANIMALS, BIRD3, ETC, ETC.I
DON'T MISS A GOOD TIME!
of the choice
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd,
KING AND BETHEL BTREETS
Our Pilsner and
direct from the
TRY A COLD GLASS AT THE
COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL ST3.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT OTREET.
FINE 8UIT8 FROM 115 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
MADE TO ORDER FOR MINIMUM
J. P. Rodrigues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8TS.
The Gage Hats
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
'Phone Main 487
YOU GET THE
PHONE MAIN 147
HONOLULO CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakca Street.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.;
J, J. Fern, Manager,
RlcharJk near Queen 8ts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to,
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
o FINE o
o AT o
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
OI2ALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KIND8.
. 911 NUilANU 6TREBT.
Tel. Main 26, P. O. Box 848.
The Olobc sells It cheaper.
This Is children' week nt Pnclis'.
Will to steam nutos. Stockyds stabbi.
The library closed for the clrculi
tloti of books at noon, Labor Day.
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, 1. O. U. K,
meets tonight at 7:30 In I. O. 0. V. Halt.
Labor Day nnd nothlug doing in
town this ccnlng except nt the .Sea
side. The Norwegian bark Knrinu sailed
for l'oit Townscnd yesterday after
noon. The Club tflnlilen Co. Just recclcl
romp flno driving horses flom Hit
I Thiers & Co. wnnt you to tnkc par-
I tlculnr notice of those handsome Klou
stilts In their window.
There will be u rehearsal of the priii-
lilpnls In "Ship Ahoy" In tho Elks'
I Hall at 8 o'clock tonight.
J Theie Is to lie work In second mill
i third degrees at regular meeting of
( Harmon) Lodge thin evening.
The pa-u riders start from Knploluul
I '.irk nt 2 o'clock this afternoon, rum
lug Into town by way of King street
John A. Scott of llllo leaves In tho
.Siberia with bis son Irwin, who will
enter Princeton University prepara
All members of tho Honolulu 8)m-
phony society arc requested to attend
the rehearsal nt the Club house to
night nt 8.
A probate notice In tho matter ot
the estate of 1 C. W. Iluchhollz, latft
of South Konn, Hawaii, is published
In this Issue.
The Pacific Mall liner Siberia, from
the Orient, for Snn Francisco, is due
tomorrow morning and will sail early
In the afternoon.
Special values In ladles' ready-to-wear
shirts nt lllom's this week. Hand
some materials In plaids, Invisible
plaids, greys Mid black. '
Judge Parsons of llllo has admitted
, to probate the will of tho late Miss
I Harriet Cimn. Carl S. Smith Is the fix-
I ecutor under a $10,000 bond.
Wnlklkl inn Is now owned by W. C.
Ilcrglu. Accommodations, supplies
I nnd attendance absolutely first clans,
i Finest bathing on tho bench.
1-1. .... ,l.n haI.a la I. ... A ..1.1m'.
i it lii-ii itiv nimuii in nub iiiuuiv
will cool your Iron roof. When the
weather Is net "Arabic will preiout
rust. California Feed Co., agents.
Yesterday wnu Queen Lllluoknlnnl's
Iitrllida3. slio being (18 years of ago.
The Queen deferred tho dedication ot
Alllolanl School until Saturday next.
Why not stop paying rent? Those
old receipts you get every month aro
what .miii have to show for money
spent. Why not let Hint money buy
ou n home? I.' msy. Consult Trent
4c Co.. 938 Kort street.
On lug to changes In local ocean cur
rents the bc.ich nt Wallilkl bus shifted
westward Ah n result the very best
bathing In Honolulu Is to bo found
at the Scasldo Hotel, directly In front
of tho bathing p.-nlllon.
Tho following officers hnvo been
elected by tho Knt On VI Society:
Chew Yee, president; Chock Shlng.
vice president: floo I'ook Hum. Chi
nese secretary; Chtng Kim I'ook, En
glish secretary; Y. Ah Nln, trensmer;
Law Yen, assistant treasurer; Chang
Yep, auditor; and Lean Den, assistant
(Continued from Page 1.)
ENDURANCE WILL DECIDE.
Round Thirty-one Qans lands In
this round. Both are tired. It Is now
a question of endurance.
BELL SAVES NELSON.
Round Thirty-two Hard right and
lefts were given by Gans. The bell
came to Nelson's relief.
ANOTHER CANS ROUND.
Round Thirty-three Nelson Is
bleeding at the nose and mouth. It is
JOE GET8 FRESHER.
Round Thirty-four The round was
wrlstle and stall, wrestle and stall
throughout. Joe Gans appears to be
8PARRING FOR WIND.
Round Thirty-five There was more
wrestling and stalling, practically a
repetition of the previous round. The
men arcplaylng for wind and strength
GANS' STIFF RIGHT. ,
Round Thirty-six Gans livened this
round by sending a stiff right to Nel.
con's Jaw, This was followed by
wrestling till the bell closed the
NELSON FIGHTING FOUL.
Round Thirty-seven Nelson Is
fighting foul. Gans landed a good
SPAR FOR WIND.
Round Thirty-eight Both men ate
weary and stalling In order to gain
NELSON'S ONE EYE. s
Round Thirty-nine Nelson'
eye Is completely closed. Trne
Cans' round. . '
GANS LANDS AGAIN. '
0:41 P. M. Round Forty Cans
landed hard on Nelson's ear and did
the only damage of the round. It is
a fight for time,
sjpt nnM rnMiwn ahaim
Round Forty-one Nelson landed a
hard left hook after wear work, tt
Chicago, III,, Sept. 2. It. fiordon, a
hoy of sixteen, stunned Joseph Heed,
n child of eight, by hitting him with a
brick and then burled him nllve, Tho
body was dug up yesterday. j;,
Looking on tho bright side Gazing
In a mirror.
You rannot always Judge i pjo by
looking at the crust.
Do I INeed
j !i No, I don't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
, could read I'd act 0'
, sure, I'd go to
I A. N. Sanford,
f-Trr-ttr.hiritf-n if MmTMsTnriT n ' m f .-Clrsj
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
A military lion will bo nUen nt thai
Seaside hotel this ceninc In honor ol '
me officers ami Indies or the Sncrldnti.
A cordial Invitation to the public, Is cx-
FALLS DIN AT THAT
An amusing attempt was made by
the Star this afternoon, which made a
desperate, though futile, attempt to
coter ItN defeat by the llullctlii In tho
matter of the (laiis-Nclson light. The
llullellu ricehed special cables, cov
ering every slnijc of tho fight, cxclus
she!)'. To accommodate the public,
news of the first socn rounds wns giv
en out by the llullctlii at tho baseball
game thioiigli the umpire.
Tills ge the Star, ns It thought, u
chain o to cover Its defeat by tugging
on to the mat lulls of the live evening
p.ipcr. mill tho young man covering
b.ncliill for the Star wus soon cover
ing himself with "glory," sending
lib bed cablegrams to tho Star olllcc,
ns they wcro given out by tho iimplic.
In Its MiracbniH greed for stolen
news the Star overlooked tho fact thut
oiio of the announcements given out
by tho uiiiplro was not n cablegram.
The btlght young man swullowed it
whole ns the "Klghth Hound," and It
cppeaied III duly digested form ns n
cablegram In tho S'nr's first edition.
Tho llullctlii gao only the first seven
louuds out nt tho baseball park, and
It Is it significant fuel that tho Star's
ncwH service ceased with Just theso
rounds, plus the eighth, which It swal.
lowed by mistake.
R008EVELT REVIEWS NAVY.
OYSTER BAY, L. I., Sept. 3. Pres
Ident Roosevelt reviewed forty war
chips here today. It was a most Im
SHIP ALKI ASHORE.
BELLINQHAM. Sept. 3. The steam
er AIM, with a cargo of dynamite, Is
ashore at Kanaka Bay.
NEWPORT, R. I., Sept. 3. Herman
Oelrlchs died here today aboard the
S. S. Kaiser Wllhclm der Grosse.
TANGIERS, Morocco, Sept. -3.
President Gtcnsland of the wrecked
Milwaukee National Bank of Chicago
was arrested here today.
GOVERNMENT OF PEOPLE.
PEKING, China, Sept. 3. An Impe
rial edict has been Issued with the
promise of constitutional government
when the people are prepared to re
' 4 S
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Sept. 3.
Many strikebreakers are arriving
BETTING ON GAN8.
GOLDFIELD, Nev., Sept. 3. Both
fighters were underc weight at the
rlncjslde. The betting Is 10 to 6 on
Gans. The fighting is fierce with
BRYAN GOING HOME.
Now York. N. Y Sopt. 2. William
Jennings 13ryan has started lor home,
.Till! Mlllo W
A Fine Set of
If Kipling never wrote any
thing else besides "Kim" he
would have made a perma
nent name for himself In lit.
erature. But we have a set
of 26 Vols, of Kipling's works
all as good as Kim. It is
in uniform binding, very hand
some, beautifully printed.
One of the Scrlbner publica
tions. You can buy It on easy
Wm, 0. Lyon Go.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
LANE AND BROWN.
(Continued from Peas 1.)
District everything went on quietly,
lontrnry to expectations, ns Deputy
Sheriff Jack Knlaklela bad been coun
ted on to make things hum. The only
tinio Jack was heard to speak was
Mien the results of tho election of
I ho delegates to tho County Conven
tion were given out. When he wns
congratulated on winning out, ho
said: "Well, my slntc lost, but I am
A. W. Scnbury was tho one that
was not elected on tho Waterhousu
slate. It was n close raco between
him nnd Win. Itlngcr, tho latter win
t.ing on tho homo stretch by ono
Aclil, though defeated, glories In
the fact that tho only difference be
tween Lane's last man and his first
man Is only 20 votes . Ho feels that
le hnx accomplished something.
Following aro tho icsults of the pri
maries In tho various precincts:
First of the Fourth.
County Convention 17 elected ns
follows; T. I', Cummins, 173; Henry
II. I'nuu, 151; A, M, Drown, 149: Oil
ko Kahanamoku, 121; James II. Doyd,
119; Sylvester Kahlklkolu, 117: Mo
ib Kckahlo, 117; Solomon Kauai,
110; Isaac Hnrbottlc, 109; Harry Ar
mltugc, 108; Mnhla Kcnwcamahl, 107;
(leo. W. Mucey, IOC; I'llkol Okuii, 100;
Chas. J. Kalk, 101: K. A. Douthltt,
100; Sam Kamaloplll, 100; lona W.
lor Territorial Convention 4 elect
ed: C. A. K. Hopkins. 182; J. I,.
Holt. 181; H. L. Klnlknkl, 102; 1 W.
Second of tho Fourth.
County Convention 19 elected
((ins. Schiinian. CO, not elected): 11.
W. Ilrcekoiis, 121; W. H. Dromlcy,
12G; W. K. Drown, 131; Mnrston
Campbell, 127; 8. I'. Chllllngworth,
121; Clarciico II. Cooke, 130; Manuel
Cook, 120; J. II. Craig, 12G; Charles
Crane, 125- tleo. A. Davis. 118; M. A.
Gonsnlvps, 118; A. Hocking, 120; II.
J. Johnston, 119; J. W. Jones, 127; II.
Kolomoku, 107; Joseph M. Little, 121;
John Oudcrkirk, 124: Joseph Illcli
nrds, 114; Norman Watklns, 117,
I'"or Territorial Cnmcntlon 4
elected: W. It. rnrrlngton, 12D; M. H.
Oiossinaii, 129; V. J. Kruger, 134; C.
1. Morse, 122.
Third of the Fourth.
County Convention 21 elected: C.
W. Iloolh, 199; Jos. V. Dins, 170; I).
Kuuhuiiul, 181; L. Kiihaunnele, 183;
.1. K. Kahlnu, lu7: Jas. II. 8. Kalen,
105; K. Kean. 179; John Mnna, 21S;
A. McCabo. 102; Mr. Mclntyrc, HI;
Caesar Mcdelrns, 115; 8. K. Nakapa
nliu. 170T A. W. Nccly, 1C4; Alex. (1.
Nicholas, 100; J. 8. Nobrlgn, 159; T.
Not 1. 137; r. O. Ollvelro, 1C3; Jim, C.
Olivelrii. IDS: (). Sorniisnii, IS5; J. I,
Soma, 1G4; II. K. Wright, 177.
Teirltorlul Convention li elected:
Jas. Kulolln, 220; Sam Koko, 208; Sam
.Maim, 203: Jos. Kulolla, 202; Henry
Iloolh slates win,
Tourth of the Fourth.
County Convention 23 (all) olect
cd: V. II. AngiiB, i3 A. D. Castro,
45; C. L, Crabbo, 45; A. a. Correa,
12; M. 8. Do 1'onto, 42; V, L. Emory,
42; V. Fernandez Jr.. 43; James 11.
tiormun, 43; David Kulauokalanl Jr..
43; Daniel Kelllaa, 42; Albert Lucas,
43; Louis R. Medelros, 43; A. It.
Moore, 44; James F Morgan, 43; Har
try E. Murray, 43; Joe McKlnnon, 44,
P. K. Ohulenul, 42; M. C I'acheco,
43; E. W. Qulnn, 45: W. H. Itlley, 43;
I. E. Toomoy, 44; D. Woodward, 44;
Joseph Woodward, 40,
Territorial Convention 6 elected:
,m. Carlylo, 44; Sanford n. Dole, 45;
John T. McCrosson, 44; Samuel Par
ker, 45; Wm. Savidge, 43; M. A. Sll
Fifth of the Fourth.
Territorial Convention A, O. M.
Robertson, Arthur Fltzslmmous, E. L.
County Convention 19 (II) elect
ed: Sam Johnson, J, Dclser, J. R.
Collins. D, Ciownlngbcrg, W. A. Hall,
Mlko Harvey, D. Kaahoann, A. Kahili,
W. A. Kalalml, T. Kakalla, D. Kckn
ha, E. Llllkalanl, J. N. Nakala, I. Na
uaa, E. L. Nowmann, E. R, Phillips,
J. (1. Stone, W. 0. W'hfte, Moses
Sixth of the Fourth.
County Convention 20 (nil) elect'
ed: D. Attwood, 51; A. M. Doyscn,
Si; O. II. Dachninnn, 51: W. V.
Drake, 51; S. Dandrldgc, 51; James
Fox, 61! E. I'. Fogarty, 51; John
Frye, 61; J. N, acre. 61; A. V. Clear,
tlj Harry Howard, Gl; Harry Klcm
me. 51; J. J. Kennedy, 51; 11. T.
Lane, 51; P. J. Mbnnghnn, SI; Chas.
Murasky,' 61; W. McDonald, 61; D.
J. Hooney, 51; 11. II. Simpson, 51;
C. A. Ynrlck, 51.
Territorial Convention 6 (nil)
elected: E. M. Hoyrl, 51; E. It. Hen
dry, 61; 8. II. Kingsbury, 51; O. W.
It. King, 61; J. K, Itoblnson, 51.
Eighth of the Fourth.
County Convention all buL .1. J.
Dins. W. F. Johnstone, C. Imbcrt,
Mark Well and James Williams were
elected, 17 going to tho convention: A.
T. Hrock. 74; F. II. Damon. 74; J.
J. Diss, 24; H. M. Dow. GO; C. M. V.
Forstcr, 71; A. Onrvle, 72; W. W. Har
ris, 73; C. Hustacc Jr.. 78; V. F
Johnstone, 29; W. J. KnrrattI, G5; C.
Lambert, 28; C. A. Lopg. 08; John
Lucas, 08; 8. Mc.Kcagiic. C7: T. Mc
tlghe, fi4; Jas. R. Pierce. C3: F. E.
Hlcbnrdson, GR; O. C. Swain, 7G; John
Walker. 71: Mark Well, 19; James
Williams, 28; C. W. Zleglcr, 71.
Territorial Convention C. II. (Ill
man and W. C. Parko wcro defeated.
Four are to go: C. O. Hnllcntync, 71:
Roy II. Chamberlain, 74; C. II. Oil
man, 20; B. A. C. Long. CO; W. C.
Pnrke, 27; 8. D. Rose, CS.
Ninth of the Fourth.
County Convention 14 elected, ns
follows: John Aen, 212; Andrew I.
Ilrlght, 1GG; Frank Costa, 1G7; Chas.
Coster, 188; R. Duvauchclle, 1G8: L.
K, Knclcpulii, 182; Ceo. Kahaulcllo,
ICC; Joo ICcohokll, 174; Theo. Klcsel.
1(C; J. M. Koahou, 170; Aplkl Mann
wal. 213; Nlhn Manuwal, 207; Q. P.
Paiininl, 169; 8am Onchn, ICG.
Tho following wcro defeated: Thos.
N. Illrch, 77; Jnmcs Kahalepua, 87;
John Knlllanu, G9; John K. Kamano
ulu, 97; Sam Kane, 82; Henry Knnc,
ft; Wm. Knohlwacnn, 77; J. M. Ko
nloha, 85; Wm. I). Nnmalo, 92; D. K.
Pa. 7C; Sam Pupuhl, 81.
Territorial Convention 3 elected:
Wm. Purdy, 176; J. J. Soma, 101;
S. C. Stlbbard, 1G0.
Tenth of the Fourth,
County Convention 17 elected, ns
follows: E. Iluffandeau, 126; E. C.
Drawn, 163; John W. Cathcart, 12G;
W. II. Charlock Jr., 128; fleorgo P.
Dcnlion. 158; W. F. Dillingham, 121;
Joo Enos, 134; John 8. Mnrqucs, 104;
(leo. Mukalcnn. 119; (leo. Mnlle, 14G;
Wm. Noa, 152; J. K. Palaliin. 103;
E. T. Derrick. 110; Kallmahapchii,
128; II. Knmal, 123; Chas. Kaanol,
124; Jack Nnlwl. 97.
Defeated candidates were: Frank
Athertnn, C3; Frank Andrndc, 84; J,
11. Frcltns, 43; A. F. Orimth, 48; C.
R. Hcnienwny, 02; 8. F. Nott, 34; W.
Thompson, 18; Ed Towsc., 09; F. L.
Wnldron, 31; Jnck Williams, 57; J. A.
Johnson, 50; Chas. Kapuhu. 14; Jack
Kuamoo, 90; John Kldwcll, 20; An
tono Knhinii, 49; J. P. Kcnma, 63;
V.. CI. Keen, 40; Jnck Long, 69.
Territorial Convention 4 elected:
8am J. Chllllngworth, 1G3; John Ka
llmapchii, ICG; Chas. Knmon, 152; Joo
First of the Fifth.
County Convention 9 elected. Jno.
Dell, 97; Frank Pahln, 94; E. P. Al
kue, 83; (Joo. Manilla, 83; It. W. Da.
vis, 79; Joseph Kaohcloahl, 79; F.
Lclaloha. 78; Willie H. Lelclwl, 75;
aioscs Konnnlhele, C8.
Territorial Convention 2 elected.
M. O. Kalclopu, 102; Chas. Hookano,
Second of the Fifth (Koolauloa).
County Convention 9 elected: Jno.
AliHlng. 41; J. N. Hclelna, 52; I). Ka
aim, G3; Den K. Kniuwallanl, 57; An
drew M. Kcnumil, Gl; L. K. Nnnnc,
71; 8, I). Niiuhlwa, 57; Den Poepoe,
C3; E. Rcnkcn, G7.
Territorial Convention 2 elected:
M. Aona, G5; L. M. Kcaumil, G3. The
entire Lnuo slate won here. They met
Inst night nnd decided to support Ku
hlo and Drown, tho Terrltorlsi- nnd
County Convention dclegutes respect
ively. Third of the Fifth (Walalua).
County Convention 10 elected: O.
P. Cox, 118; A. E. Cox, 115; Charles
Puakeu, 115; W. W. Goodalo, 112; II.
N. Konlhonul, 104; John Keahlpaka,
100; Jno. Kancakalau, 99; Rucl Kin
ney, 97; M. Lcl'wnlo, 88; D. K. Kukea,
Territorial Convention 2 elected:
K. Hoar. 107; A. S. Mahaulu, 113.
For Kuliln mid Drown.
Fourth of the Fifth (Walanae).
County Convention 7 elected: F.
Meyer, CO; O. J. Holt, 55; 8. Klla, 51;
8. W. Keulllcnn. 51; 8. Mnpu. 60; M.
K. Loleo, 61; Patau, 48; E. K. Wat
ton. 18. Tho Inst two aro tied.
Territorial Convention J. Kckahu
ua. 8. Ahlcna.
Fifth of the Fifth.
County Convention 5 elected: C.
W. Chnse, 38; D. Douglass, 3G; Joo
Fernandez, 37; P. A. Swirt, 38; Wm.
Territorial Convention 1 elected:
Peventh'of the Fifth.
County Convention 11 elected: J.
ICnlnmn. C. I). Mnlle, H. C. Vlda, Chas.
Kaiillkakul, Chas. Kahaloua, Samuel
Kepi, Joo Fern, Henry Alapnl, H.
laca, Oco. Wright, Alex. Smith.
Territorial Convention 3 elected!
Ell Crowsett, MoBes Kawalapo, Sam
Eighth of the Fifth.
Tcirltorlal Convention 4 elected:
Moreno K. Hulu, 215; 8. C. Dwlght,
211; W. C. Cummlngs. 201; John C.
Lane. 178. Defeated: H. N. Crobbo.
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Countv Convention 18 elected: A.
8. Knlelopu, 107; Capt.'Jno. Kanne,
1G2; David Kama. 169; L'apt. uoiieri
Parker Walna. 168: Jim Cook, 168;
N'agaran Fernandez, 15C; II, Kahnlo,
352; It. M. Duncan, 147; I.ot k. u.
Lane. 145: J. Kapono. 143; Harry J:
Alibi, 141; E. W. Knwalaea, 140;
Richard C. Lane, 13G; Sam Kaloln,
I a . , : jas. Kaw-cin. i:n: .1. k. Aiaunn-
kea, 131; 8. W. Spencer, 130; Jono
kalolohla, 123. Those defeated were:
Marry Hnnakahl, 102; W. C. Achl, 100;
-am K. Piilchii, 99; Wm. Lna, 97;
William Olcpnti, 9G; 8. Kalaiklnl, 93;
(leo. Knea, 89; S. Kahaulcllo, 89; F.
II. Joy, 88; Dcorgo Knlllmnl, 8G; Kl
nolau, 82; Patrick Sllva, 82; Lomn
K. Nnkau, 79; J. W. Namnll, 78; K. J.
McCandless, 72; D. Lokana Kcku, 71;
D. Pahuolccle, G8.
Ninth of the Fifth.
County Convention 17 elected:
Makanoe C. Amann, 142; R. W. At
kinson, 738; Chas. A. Hartwcll, 135;
Ed. llcnriques, 132; Jnck S. Kalakl
ela, 131: L. K. Kane. 187j'RcnJ. K.
Kane, 100G; Jas. Kullko Kaunniil, '
140; I). 11. Kclckollo, 147; W. II. Mc
Incrny. 14G; Cnrl On Tal, 189; Wm.
E. Pnlkull. 189; A. St. C. Pllannln,
137; Wm. Ringer. 121: W. O. Smith,
125; W. Sopcr, 129; Fred. T. P. Wa
Territorial Convention I first nam
ed elected: F. L. Kckutnnnu, 200;
William Ahln, 107; David Makaalnn- ,
nn, 162; II. M. von Holt, 143; Kant
hue, 93; II. P. Kapakl, 93; T. F. Ka
Tenth of the Fifth.
County Convention 18 elected: Eu
gene K. Alu, 189; D. L. Akwnt, 182;
Chang Chnu. 182; Chas. II. Clark. 181:
Thos. II, Johnson, 17C; Jnck K. Kaliu-
Ickaulla, 193; Win. S. Knka, 188; Chas.
Kakalla, 191; David Kali. 189: Cliarle.i
Kanckoa. 197: Joseph Kanepuu, 180;
Jas. Keola. 178; Chas. Kumukahl, 175;
0. I). Mahelonn. 177; 8. Pahla Mnlc-
lua, 188; Chas. Opiinul, 181; Snm Poo
knlanl. 184; J. A. Victor. 177.
Votes polled: 335, Wm. Henry anil
his followers wcro snowed under. In
cluding the W. C. Achl nnd Snm John
Territorial Convention 4 elected:
C. 11. linker, 199; W. II. Crawford,
210; J, W. ahaumla, 199; R. P. Renter,
Eleventh of the Fifth.
County Convention 10 elected: I.
L. Cockett, 100; Jas. W. Lloyd, 95;
Jim Kuplhca. 84; Chns. R. Dement,
79; Don P. Zablnn, 77: Saml. A. Macy.
74; MnnucI Moses, 73; A. L. Perry,
(7; Abinham Kaannmnii Kckol, G7;
Henry Haka, ICG.
Territorial Convention 2 elected:
Knnuhn. 74: L. W. P. Knnealll, 72.
Fifteen votes for the Territorial del-
egntes and eighteen votes for tho
County delegates wcro rejetcd.
(Continued from Paae 1.)
were on board tho Sheridan, last night,
whllo the Iwnlanl arrived this morn
ing nt 7 o'clock with such small freight
as thcro was on board. Tho customs
officers have had their hands full of
work, looking after their part of thn
landing of the baggago and have been
on duty for many extra hours In an ef
fort to get everything finished as soon
A slight Jar occurred last night In
tho matter of tho landing of fresh
meats which tho customs officer on
tho dock wished to stamp before they
wcro taken fiom tho wharf. CapU
Humphrey, however, ordered that they
be taken away without any delay and,
with the support of tho soldiers, car
ried his point.
Tho local Quartermaster's Depart
ment has received Information by cablo
that the P. M. S. S. Korea wilt bring
down divers as well as their equip
ment mid other wrecking apparatus.
Tho Duton! leaves Scattlo fir this city
tomorrow ami will hurry her trip, it
will tnkc her ut least nlno days to
cumo from tho Sound.
dipt. Humphrey Is on board tho
Sheridan today, consulting with Copt.
Poabody, hut will return this evening
to this city. Ho Is keeping In close
touch with San Francisco, Seattle anil
Washington by cnblc.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 2. Tho
tonnage and navigation dues In tho
Philippines havo been abolished.
TO END TIE-UP.
Frosno, Cal., Sept, 2. Ono thousand
strikebreakers tu end tho street rail
way tie up in San Francisco havo
passed through here.
HAVE BLOODY FIGHT.
Punxsutawncy, Pa., Sept, 2. In a
liattln between Italians and twenty ot
the Htato Constabulary here, fclx hun
dred shots wero fired. Two of the
Constabulary wcro killed, and ono fa
tally and thrco slightly Injured.
Wawona, Cal., Sept. 2. Two stages
hao been held up In this vicinity.
Oyster liny. L. I., Sept. 2. Fifty
flvo ships aro in position far tho tin
ml review by President Roosevelt.
FOR BIQ FIGHT.
Ooldlleld, Nov., Sept. 2. There Is
a congested mass of humanity hero to
eco tho dans-Nelson fight for tho
lightweight championship ot the
world this afternoon. Seven special
trains have arrived.
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give you the very
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representative will call on you
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