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HONOLULU. TKltRTTORI OF HA WAIL MPS PAY. BKBTKMBKB 10. LWMi
PniOM f (Junta
Business Men Choose Their Candidates
i - - f. y
Fights At Wailuku
Convention All Decided
In The Committees
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GARTER, IMMIGRATION AND PRIMARY LAW
Tho Republican Torrllorl.il Conven
tion held at Wailuku on Saturday una
not an exciting affair. There were
many Interesting sldo Issues, and much
that was not unpleasant to coiitem
plale ui Indicating the Hleady paclllca
tlon of dome not ull antagonisms
that linve been very hitter In ilaya
The election of Judgo Dole, for in
stance, as the temporary chairman ut
the convention by a body of men tint
majority or whom nave In days past
been teady to fry him In boiled oil,
was an interesting commentary on the
Mate of affairs In the Territory. Car
ter Is tho man they niu stunning lor
now, though he was nut lilt In any
seriously vital spots.
When It Is lememhered that a little
more than ten years ago the tempor
ary chairman of thn convention and
tho convention's nominee for Delegate
were prominently mixed up In discus
sions consequent to the last attempt
ut a reolutlon, ono can appreciate
how quickly the people of Hawaii can
forget their differences.
ir the Judge were to com mil no with
his lumust soul ho would piubably Unit
that be went to the convention with :i
lurking feeling that It was rather glut
Hying to mix on terms of good tcllow
ship with the crowd that had lambast
ed blm when he was tho main target
of the scrimmage. Ho fur as known
everyone piusejit enjoyed It as much
uu Dole. ' ,
-There was ujulto'un assembly or Fed
era) appolnteeir at IhV convention.
Those who were delegates kept thn
peace. Tho Maul Judgo appointed by
the President was doing politics front
early mom till the last drop of the hat.
II. 1. Ualdwln was on hand to gUo
aid and counsel. He sat In the com en.
Hon in -the atteruoou by proxy and
moved tho adoption of thu platform
which hud been brought forth utter
hours of discission i the committee.
Had there been any discussion In thu
convention, the delegates would hau
been In session et. Ualdwln ulso sec
onded the nomination of Kuhlu.
Senator Sam Kulamu, the wheel
hoi so of .Maul politics, was uu baud to
keep things smooth. Sam Kelllnol saw
that etcryoiiH was looked niter. L'oellio
made good In bis usual role. Keolu
helped. Editor Coku took notes. All
these fellows have more or less kuUes
In their bootleg:! for each other he
cause, all except Keola nro anxious tu
have legislative lightning shlke In
tbelr dliectlon, but they curry no rlilpH
on their shoulders when there are
guests to entertain.
Hawaii and Kauai.
From Hawaii there was John Molr,
Stephen Desha, HoUtelu uud llreen
well u great combination of earnest
men and good fellows. Kauai delega
tion was headed by Arthur Itlce and
'held Us own without dlllleiilty. Tjiu
platform plank on County distribution
of Income taxes was u Kauai plank
nulled In by Nice and It got the biggest,
share- of. applause from the conven
Sor, FORT and HOTEL 8T8
For n convention which bad tho best
part of Us work cut out for It, the
Wailuku gathering was notable for the
lartje number of delegates preient in
person. It was not a proxy affair by
Wailuku saw to It that Us guests
were properly taken caro of. Many
delegates wero domiciled by friends.
Those desiring hotel accommodations
were well looked after. Delegates ar-
I riving in Knhulul Saturday morning
, by tho Claudlno weru escorted by Ham
Weller to the Knhulul Club, where
iiivj- wero serveu u nearly urcaxiatt
and given a good start for tho day.
The preliminary work of the conven
tion went along like clock work. Maul
was conceded the right to name the
Iprinclpal officers. Fred Macfarlane
and others thought It would he n de
cent thing to give Mr. Dole the tem
porary chairmanship and everyone Im
mediately accepted the proposition.
Case wus the natural selection of Maui
for the permanent chairmanship.
Members of tho urious commllteo-i
were appointed on the nomination of
the several delegations so there was
really nothing arduous for (lie officers
to do beyoud being dlgntlled and be
having themselves. The Interpreter
thou Id be excepted. Ho has ulways la
work In addition to the other duties.
I Judge Dolu had an opportunity to
innno u speech but hu vigorously uyold-
vii uiu iippcaruncu ui uniiig imjiiucs nun
simply said 'Thank you." Dan Case
offered brief sentences of welcome that
wero to the point.
Thu real strugglo or the Wailuku as
sembly was in connection with the
platform. The platform committee was
In session nearly four hours, and wus
I dually informed that delegates would
ull be gone and thu luuii cold If thu
committeemen did not hasten. Chair
man Itouertsou of tho Territorial Com-
Imltlee bad, with the cooperation of
, other members of the executive com-
mltteo mid rome outsiders, framed a
Platform troublo was scented Im
mediately after adjournment for lunch.
Senator Lane said a plunk endorsing
(lire (lovemor was not wanted, Dele
gate KUhln said thai he did not Intend
to endorse tlnternor Cailer'n admluU.
I Ah the Governorship plank was sec
loud In the platform, the scrimmage In
J the committee, was quickly on. No ono
objected to the leading endorsement o
'President Itoosevclt. Discussion of
M?lllt,lf mill Ihiml.rc.f l.lli lfltli .u.n,,
pled an hour, Itobertson stood by tho
piaiiK as originally iiruwn. The talk
covered tho Governor's olllclal career
pielty thoroughly and Included lefer-
enco to ins elo of thn County law, his
leniBai to give outsldo (utilities loan
I fund appropriation his attitude to
, wiiril the party orguulrutlon, his hack
ing of Independent candidates In thn
County campaign, Molokau Immlgru
lllou, etc., etc., etc.
Thu Immigration clause was Bevcre
(Contlnued on Page 2)
Are here in the largest assort
ment of Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city
The sooner you come the
better your selections will be.
TEL. MAIN 88.
Tho second inrctlni? of I ho InialiiiMis
men of the city to consider the men U
be chosen and the methods to bo adopt
ed In the coming election was held ut
the Young Hotel this afternoon at 2
o'clock. About thirty repiesenlntlvc
business men were present, among
Among thoae present were K. O.
Hall, W. A. llowen. A. tiaivie, A. (lar
tenberg, A. C. Wall. K. D. Tenner, M.
A. (lonsalvcs, F. M. tiwuiuy, T. J.. King.
W. It. Karrlngtou, C. II. Cxke. J. 1".
Cooke, Wlll.ird Drown, Klchard I vers,
Norman Wutklns, J. It. (lalt, i. II.
Paris, Win. M. tllffard. C. Hedemaiiu.
Sam Johnson, Jack Lucas, Fred Mac-
J. F. Morgan presided, After the
lending of tho minutes of the previous
meeting by Secrelnry T. II. Petrle, the
resolutions pam-d at the last meeting
and presented to the Republican con
vention at Wailuku wero read.
Mr Morgan staled that the resolu
tions regarding the tax conunlsslun,
Promotion Committee and tho Immi
gration clause had been Incorporated
In the Republican platform, und W. K.
Furrlugton stated that, thu resolution
legardlug the militia had txeu left out
by a compromise with the country
Clarence Ccoku moved that a com
mittee be appointed to look ocr the
candidates and report Immediate!) on
those whom thn meeting should recom
mend, 0. W. Smith offered an amend
ment, which was not seconded, that
thu committee should report In twenty
four hours. J. It. (lalt seconded Clar
ence Cooke's motion, which wus
Chairman Morgan appointed as tho
committee on indorsements J, It. (lalt,
O. W. Smith. Clarenco Cooke. J. P.
rCooke, uud K. i. Teiiney.
lho committee retired to consider
thu names of the candidates and re
turned ufler uu ubsemo of ulxiiit lia
minutes. Clan nee Cooke us chairman,
announced the following recommenda
tions, K. I). Tenuey explaining that
where the committee could not agree
unanimously or. u candidate or did not
wish to recommend, tho position wa.t
Supervisors W. W. Harris, Cluvi
llustace, S. C DMlght. Walter Dilling
ham, Soualors-W. O. Smith. Fifth Dis
trict. County Clerk I). Kalauokalanl. Jr.
Treasurer Fred. T. P. Waterhoute,
Auditor James Ukknell.
Representatives Fourth District A.
D. Cnstro, W. T. llnwllns, K. W. (luliin.
Jolm Hughes. K. K. I.lllkalanl.
Mr. FuiTlUf,ton muted tho odoptlon
of tho report; teconded by K. II, purls.
The motion was carried unanimously.
Mr, llowen asked If them was to be
tiny future coming together of the bus
iness men tu Indorse other nominees
of other parties. The chairman stated
that blanks weru left where no candi
dates wereThdorsed by thu lommlttie,
and another meeting could be called
tur the purpose, of making further iec
ommeudutlous. J, P. Cooke presented the follow Inc
resolution, which wus seconded by 12.
Whereas, It line been communicated
In thu members of this meeting that
representations lime been made ut the
(Continued on Page 4.)
Is what the law calls corpor
ations, This practical Immortality
makes the trust company a
better and safer executor of
a will than an Individual.
Fort St. Honolul'.
f unpunucAN cknthai, com- t
t First Hepresentnthn District t
K. P. McCuun. ti. Desha, Jamos
f Alattoou, J. W. Moauaull. t
Srcond Itepresentatlvc District
t J. K. Nahale, (1, P. Katnauohn,
f II. U Holsteln, II. II. Kenton.
Third Kepresenlatlve Dhtrlcl e.
W. T. Hoblnson, (leorge Dut'i,
J KaUI. . It. Meyer John Ka-
f lino, J. C. (.ookett.
Fourth itcpreseutatUit District
E. It. Hendry, William gavldice, t
W, It, FurrliiKton, Sam Mann, -f
A. fl. M. Uobertson, V 0. Hal-
f lent j tie
f Fifth HcpresentatUe District
A. S. Mahaulu, W. II. Kiihumo- -
kit. K. J. Crawford. J. V Uine. W.
Ahla. W. II. Crawford.
Sixth Representative District-'
4 flcorgo Mnhlkoa, A, Knudsen, J,
Opfergelt. Aitliur nice.
OFFICKI18 OF COMMITTKK. r
Chairman A. Q. M. Itobertson. 4-
Vlcu Chalrinnn John 0 Ijine.o 4
Secretary William Savidge.
Treasurer Not yit elected."
KXI.'CIITIVK COMMITTIin. t
S. I.. Desha, 1st District. r
II. U Holsteln, Sml District.
W. T. Hoblnson, 3rd District.
W. It. Futrlngton and William
Savltlge. 4th District.
4- John C. Uinc and W. Ahla, Mb
Aitliur Itlce, Cth Dlstilct.
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Andrew X.ane, a young Chinese
Auierlcun boy who has beon ono or
the carriers for the lliillctln, leaves
today for China In thn steamer Korea.
Hu goes tu attend the lloono Collge,
Hi Hankow, where Ms brother Is nl
teady In school. After graduating t)U
expects that he may return to Ha
waii. Ho was ghen a send-off by his
newsboy friends at thu dock.
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP A. CO., the
store In the Young Building, which recently bought the stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is retiring from business, have placed on sale at J. HOPP A
CO.'S stores the entire stock of Porter's at prices whloh have
never been placed on furniture here before.
J. HOPP & CO. carry on their own account a large stock
of furniture and they have no room for Portef'e atock, ao
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you end tha prl:e will be lees than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a atock which Included acme
high grade goode. Wa will "murder" these. Ws have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and muet put Porter'e
atock out of the way.
The etock Includes everything you can use In your house.
Now le the time to buy It.
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
J. HOPP & CO.,
10S3-10BV-10S5 YOUNQ BUILDINQ BI8HOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACTS.
The Company sustained, only one death loss attributable directly to
the awful dleaster of April 18th Uet
The Company's Sen Francleco Home Office Building, deetroyed by Are,
wae. fully covered by Insurance In etandard companies.
The land upon which the San Prancleco Home Office Building atood
haa not depreciated In value, but by reaeon of the destruction of Chinatown,
has rather appreciated In value.
8an Francleco mortgagee held by the Company, amounting to $288,450,
were protected by real eetate valued at 8493,000, with Improvements, only a
part of which were destroyed, worth 8170,000, and upon which Improve,
mente the Company held fire Insurance to the amount of 875,000.
The vaults wlthetood the fire and their entire contente, about two car
loads of books amf recorde, ara now In our Loe Angelee Home Office.
The Company haa approved aeeeta of about 811,000,000; has nearly
8100,000,000 of Ineurance In force; has an annual Income of more than V4,
500,000, and haa eurplue to policy-holders of about 81,000,000.
Under the California Ineurance laws tha stockholders,' whose wealth la
estimated about 840,000,000, are liable for the obllgatlone of the Company,
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA la the largest and most popular life Insurance company west of
the Mississippi River, and has done a conservative and progressive buslnees
for thirty-nine years, paying claims promptly and satisfactorily, as It will
continue to do. , J, N. RUSSELL, JR., Secretary.
No matter what our competitors may eay te you, theee are the FACTS)
CLINTON J. HUTCHIN3,
920 FORT 8TREET. GENERAL AGENT.
While for the past few months nego
tiations have been pending between
tho parties In Interest In tho Parker
ltanch on Hawaii, very little concern
ing them has reached the public, most
ly owing lo tho fact that tho matter is
more or less of n famllynflalr.
I Tho main foaturo or the negotia
tions appear lo have been proposition!
I for the buying out by ono party of the
Interr-Ms of the other owners, but these
.seem to have come to naught.
It was said today by good authority
that while there has been somo talk
I of u snln of the Interests of Col. Sam
I Parker In the ranch, It Is now under
, Hood that there will lie no such sale,
but that now tho partition proceed
ings will go ahead.
8IE0LIN, Russia, Sept. 10. The
v.uiuia iirts ,i!,i.abrvu iwv liunura
Jews and have wounded one thousand
'of the unfortunates.
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 10. A troop
train here was attacked by rebels to
day. The rebels, however, were re
A gold brooch, llguro 8, sot with
three diamonds, was lost at or near
tho baseball park. Howard at this of
flco. THE PLACE!
i.latorfiifrif I'nii Fptctat CallrJ
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cab, Sept. 10
Two hundred and fifty of the strike
breakers Imported from the East by
the United Railroads have returned to
their homee. A crowd haa wrecked
two cars which were being operated by
VIM WINS CUP.
Mi.taVlnirii J'rcu jrprctol CuM.I
MARBLEHEAD, Sept. 10. Vim
wins the Roosevelt Cun In the race of
German and American yachts.
Additional Cable Newe on Page 2.
Public -Schools Open
For Fall Term
Today marked the opening of thn
public schools for the fall term, uud
thu cars wcru tilled by pupils returning
to the seats of learning In, wore, or less
happy frames of mind, as well us by
tho youngest ones who wero on tbclr
way lo runke their iKmtt on the tlioiuy
puth to knowledge, stern mothers guid
ing tho anxious lambs.
Superintendent Uabbltl or the De
partment or Public Instruction state.!
this morning that while tbo teachers
who resume their duties In time will
bo given their full palnry fur tho month
of September, Including the. ten days
In which they did not teach, thoio who
arrive lute will bo paid only from tl
dato on which they begin work. It Is
understood that lho early arrival of
the Korea this mornng saved several
pedagogues from making a lute start.
Today the new Central Untmnar
School, which bus been formed by tlio
merging of the High School annex and
the Kaakopu.i school, will open. It
Ih expected i there wlU be an in
crease of p:. Is in all the my schools,
enpeclully t i Normal Training, Cen
tral flrninliinr uud the High School,
llahbltt stiitei that the following new
schools, which are now In process of
const ruction, will soon bo opened:
Kauniiiuu, Hawaii: l'.iaubau. Hawaii.
and Kuwulbapal, Oahu.
Hold bmocli lit llaseball Park or there
abouts; figure 8, 3 diamonds. Ho
ward nt this office. .1183-lw
"Better be eure than sorry" Is a say
ing older than our safe-deposit vault,
but It fits It as If made to order. Bet.
ter be sure of the eafety of your pa
pers than sorry you had not rented
one of the boxee at five dollars a year.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRU8T CO.
The More You Think
about our men'a working ehoee the greater your appreciation of
the wonderful value, good-fit featuree, long-wear quality, high
grade finish and good appearance In every pair. Then you do
not wonder at our large trade there'a a reaeon for It,
No man, whether poor or comfortably fixed, can afford lo
""pay for shoes and have them rip and tear the very flret time ha
gete them wet. He would rather pay more and get quality,
Shoea cost more now to build than ever before; hence there
must be a sacrifice somewhere. We positively will not cut out
quality in our stock and tell a man "Thla le the same shoe at
the eame price." Full valuo here In every eale.
J 051 Fort Street.
C4'(ulf 'rot Aprofal Cablt)
TIFLI8, Sept. 10 The side of the
mountain, under which lies the town-
ehlp of Kwartll, has slipped and 365
persons have been burled
WIFf. IS CUT OFF.
NEW YORK, N. Y., SepL 10 The
estate of the late Herman Oelrlche la
olvlded between his brother and sis
ter. Souvenirs of the dead man are
left the son, and the wife Is cut off
ANOTHER TRAIN WRECK.
r.tucvliilrii Press Xrrclat Cablt)
SEACLIFF, Cab. Sept. 10. The
Ouniet Exprest wss derailed here to
day and 27 patscngcrs were seriously
DANCE AT YOUNO TONIGHT.
A dance will b given by the Natt'-u
fions and Daipbters of tbo tloldcu
Went this evening at tlio' Alexander
Young hotel. In celebration of Cull
turutn's AilmUflou Day. It Is strictly '
nil' Invitational affair. Tho members
of the California editorial expedition
linve been Invited,
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