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EVEM1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. TV II.,- MONDAY. SEPT. 10, 190C.
Honolulu Commandery fleg
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Alt visiting members of the
order nto cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODQE, No. I, I. O. O. F.
Mecti every Monday evening at 7:30
In I O. O F. Hall. Kort street,
U It. IllW'lJllY. Secretary.
U. O. HOITUU N a.
All visiting brothers) ory cordially
MYOTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P,
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:S0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. King
(trect. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. CO.
V. WALDHON, K.n.S.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
MevtR every Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lud;e, No. 2, Wm. Mo
Klaley Uidgo, No. 8, and vUttlbg
brothers cordially Invited.
A. II IIOND, 0. 0.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.II.B.
HONOLULU LODOE 81, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O. H.,
will moot In their ball, ,m Miller
and Boretanla streets, every Friday
By order of tho E. 11.
HAHKY H. SIMPSON,
H. E. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. B, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
T:iO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
.rot. Visiting brothers cordially In
ylW to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A. JACOIJSON, K.Il.fl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the .2ml and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
(clock In K. of P. Hall, King street.
Visiting Eagles are Invited tr at
tend. DAM McKEAOUB, W.P.
H. T. MOOnE. W. 8ocy.
Hawaii chapter no. 1, order of
Meets overy flrsi era third THURS
AY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
dd Fellows' Hulldlug, Fort street, at
:30 o'clock p. in. A full attendance
i desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
HAWAIIAN TRIOE Na. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each mouth In I. O. 0. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Bschnra.
A. K. MURPHY. C. of It.
A 8uperlor Light to all others.
Amvtlmnm flat la ftiinftrlar In mi.lltv.
t v' and cheapness radiates less heat, vltl-
ff aits the air less jnd has no Injurious
'. Iff.cU on the eve.
Jn VlL Kn ...rthjlfl. nlrtl'lilaP. Inilltr !
i Also caicum uarpiao or an size., in
drums and small cant, for Generators
.- and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
,. and grades of Gat Mantles and Gas
' Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE. Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant SL
ANY TIME -JC
gtjr EVERY DAY
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUT8!
OPEN-AIR SKATING RINKI
ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC., ETC.I
, AND 8UNDAYSI
DON'T MI88 A GOOD TIME)
The Old Blend
C lL fl
X f H0R5E
cf the LvacHnz la)tt
V 'JO '
!M TH tlAKKHT.
ttaitT oh cirriva
Whito Horse Cellar.
BtMrtf a Mfh rlc( Whisky miny don't kerp It
If Ihty cam tll ftnottivr LrAhJ.
MACKIC & COY. DISTILLERS LTD.,
ISLAY, OLtNLIVtT, AND OLASOOW.
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
than the other
because it is
better made and
Your grocer de
livers a case for
Works Co , Ltd.
F. L. WALDRON, Agar..
New Gage Hats
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
FINE 8UIT8 FROM $15 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP ST.
'Phone Main 487
YOU GET THE
PHONE MAIN 147
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street
Clothes Cleaned and Fretted by the
HONOLULU RENOVATItiQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Mansg.r.
RlcharJh nar Queen Sts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
NUUANU 8T. cor. HOTEL and KING.
o FINE o
o AT o
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLE3 OF ALL KINDS.
941 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 26 P. O. Box MS.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair,
executed at shortest notice.
LOCAL INI tENEIAL
...- s -.- .WMI.U .11. !!
nlAr in ftrtnm. 4h Hull!..'.. Ciipnlalt.
,.. ... ... .w.., ..... o mi.. i.
ed Rooms ads. should be of perpetual
imere.i to you.
Scissors, saws, sharpened. Webb's.
White steam uuloi. Stockyds stahle.
Ladles' lung whlto silk elovcs nt
Tho llobron drug stnro Is still open
for tho cnlu of rc-sulnr ilniB lines.
ItPKiilnr mcetlhi; of Harmony LodKe
this vw-iiIiik In I. O. 0. 1". Hull.
Harmony Ixdge, No. 3, I. O. O. F,
meets tonight at 7:,10 In I. O. O. P. Hall.
Regular hiislnrss meellng of l'aclllc
Uxlge. K & A. M this evening nt llW
Kemi'inher that them will he lln
ualhui music nt the Seaside ever)
Neatly furnlBhed rooms at the Pop
ular. 11, 11.H0 aud $2 per weuk, 1243
Uemember that tho bent bathing n
Walklkl Is now Ulieclly in front of tin
T. L. Iloog") and W. II. Iluogs re
turned from a trip to the mulnlaud on
I lio Korea this morning.
Mr. mid Mrs. Alexander Young re
turned to this city on the Korea ituta)
utter ii visit In California.
Col. (leorge Maifarlnne, of this city,
returned this morning from a business
till) In Hau Kiuticluro on the Koiea,
Clureiict) V. Do Knight, a liromlncnl
attorney of WnBliInglon. 1), C, Is u
passenger for tho Orient on the Kore'i.
A navy unllorm cape Ii advertised
au lost. A llltral reward will he paid
lor return of vomu to the Young Hotel
C. Yon Halfern and A. Kelltr, both
of Ucrlln, are iassengers on the Korea
lor Yokohama, en their nay around the
A gas t.:oi will cook n rarebit
cheaper and belter than a chafing disk
lb n statement made by the Honolulu
The slock htoks of the Oahu Hugnr
Co., Mil., will he rlosed to transfers
from September 11 to 1Mb, both date.1
A. niom returned In the Korea this
morning from a buying trip to the
mainland. He brings many new goods
(ieneral A. H. Hurtwell, of the .Su
preme llench of this Territory, le
lurned this morning from a trip to tbn
mainland on Ihe Korea,
UBcar I'. Cox, deputy sheriff from
Wnliilua, Is n visitor In HiIm city. Ho
Hates Hint he Iiiih not come here lo
talk or work on politics.
An Kugllsli graduate would like .1
situation to take rare of tin Invalid or
small children. Will travel If neces
sary. Ket) ad, this Issue.
Honolulu Temjilu N l, Hathbone
Sisters, meetH this evening in I. of I'.
Hall. All vinllors are cordially Invit
ed lo attend tills meellng.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Uergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely ftrBt class.
Finest lathing on tho beach.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I,. Harris arrived
on tho Korea this morning, en loulu
lor New Zealand. Mr. Harris Is con
nected with tlir White Star Hue.
i:. Cuhltt, In the civil fervlcu of the
Kngllnh government nt Calcutta, Is a
passenger on tho Korea, returning to
his home after n visit .i nnglumi.
A protege of Secretary Atkinson at
Kalapnna, who was given a po.dtluu
iir pouiidmnsUr, makes the dying ic
iliieht that his. son ho made his uucccs
nir. "Arabic" applied to Iron roofs re
duces temperature as much ns 35 de
grees. This has been ascertained by
actual test. California Feed Co.,
Dr. (leorgo Herbert, of this dty, wm.
uu luromliig pasHenger on tho Koiea
today. n will be greeted by his many
friends who have niUscd li I tit while he
was on his vacation.
Mr. Chalmers (Irnhani, n well
linown merchant In the Orient will
stop for two weeks In Honolulu. He
arrived on the Korea UiIh morning, ac
companied by Mrs. flniliani.
Only the veiy Iicki materials go lulu
Ulicle Sam's t'truclurcs. Thai's v.liy
Ihe contract fur nil builder's hardware
or the new military camp at Kuliu'iikl
wiih nwurded to lowers & Cooke.
Choice now shipment of the lineM
apples ever seen In tills city Just
opened lit Henry May & Co. llellffeur,
I'ull I'lpplnx, UrnvciiHteln and King
vurletles. $l.,r a liox while they last.
Humphrey II. Sullivan, who Is prom
inently hleiitlt'ed with the cominerei.il
InlerestK of the Philippines, Is a pas
senger on tho Korea, returning tu Mt
ullu niter n business trip In the States.
It's Ktiange that people will pay rent
jear alter year Instead of buying u
home, llelter put yourself In the vvuy
to own u home. H'h heller and easier
than paying rent. Trent & Company,
S38 Kort Htreet. j
Owing lo changes In local ocean cur
rents the beach at Wulklkl bus shifted
westward. As a result the very best
bathing In Honolulu la lo b found
at the Seaside Hotel, directly In fiout
of the bathing pavilion.
Among the tourists who arrived tlilJ
morning on th Korea, is J. C, Wilder,
accompanied by his wife. Mr. Wildi.r
who is division superintendent of I'll'
Southern l'aclllc In San Francisco, is
hero on a vacation trip.
i'or the purpose of electing officers
to servo one year, the Hawaiian Kngl
uecrlug Association, on next Thursday
evening, tho 13th Inst., will hold 113
nnnuul meeting at the association
rooms, second floor, Kapiolanl build
ing. Louis (llasn, of Sou Francisco, one of
tho foremost nen In thu world in Uu.
telephone, business, who is general
malinger and vice president of thu
Sunset Telephone) Company of Cali
fornia and president of the I'hllippiii')
Telephone Company, Is a through i.i.v
Miuger to Hongkong on thu Korea, llif
Is en loute to Manila.
JUtUTA WANJS PEACE
New York,' Sept. 9. Tlio Cuban Jun
ta has issued a rtatement urging a ces
sation of the revolution and an nibl
t nit Ion of tho legality of I'lcsldent
I'aluiag 'elect loi,
f" rA.i ivri
1 No, I don't need 'em,
'cauta I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glattet
ture, I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
I ) o YJ
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDQ., 178-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287.
Additional Cable Newt on Page 1.
San Francisco, Sept S. The carmen
have rejected Ihe olfer of a ten pe,
cent. Increase of wages and a ten
hour day uud prefer to arbitrate.
Havana, Sept. 8 -I'reslilonl I'alma
has called n sperl.il rcisIoii of Con
gress. ROOSEVELTJTAKES PART
Oyster Hav,, Sept. 8, President
Itoosevelt will paitlrlpate toda'y In the
ceremonies- which mark the liuOlh an
Ulversnry of C'iirlst KplBcopal church
Vienna, Sept. 8. Tlio Kmperor
Frnuela Jniepli yesterday received In
audience formci (lovcrnor Francis of
Daku, Trnnpcnucnsln, Sept. 9. An
nltempt has been madn lo assasslnnto
llrltlsh Comul Urqtilmrt Ho sus
tained five bullet wounds, none of them
Shanghai, Sept. 9. Twelve IioxcVs
have been killed and fiirty-tno cap
tured nt Tsoiiutslcn, Uneasiness Is felt
In the Yunglso valley.
CKIcngo. Sept 9. C. K. Woosler,
vice president of tlio People's (las Co.,
haa committed suicide by culling his
.Simla, I'unjah, India. Sept. . Tlio
natives nre being Incited lo combine
and drive out the Drltish. '
Homo, Sept. 9. Tlio I'oin has re
ceived tho Jesuit Oeiieral Wemz.
Tlllls, Caucasus, Sept. 9. The' Insur
rection Is gatheilng force.
Manila, Sept. It. Domlituilor Oonicz,
at a political inlly, declare I that lOng
Iniul, France and (Icrmuny would rec
ognize n Philippine republic.
Sledlce, Poland, Sept, 9. The ler
toilstR having killed several soldlci.i
and police lieie, the lufiirialeil soldiers
stalled n massacre. Ilundieds have
been killed and wounded and robbed.
Tho stieets are devastated, Troops
now surround Iho city nnd refuse ac
Ban Francisco, Sept. 9,-rTho whaler
Alexander has been lost In the Arctic.
Her crew Is safe.
wouldn't you like to eeme down to
earth and tee how thing, have
It's Ju.t at tnterettlng to look back
teveral thqutand yean and tee the
ancient civilization of the Egyptian.
to learn of lost artt and note how
many recent tclentlflc discoveries
were In common ute In those timet.
You can tee It all In the new flrtt
complete history of
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containing over 1200 colored platet
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riQHTS AT WAILUKU.
(Continued from Paae 1.)
ly attacked by the Carter opponents.
1 he upshot of It all was a compromise
which eliminated Carter's name and
raved the Immigration clause of the
Territorial administration plank. The
lesolutlou of the Honolulu business
men's meefliig was a powerful factor In
having the Immigration plunk. With
out this endoisenient ll would probably
have gone ovei board with Carter's
name. Tim theory of the plank as
Dually shaped was thai It Included the
l-cglHlature as well as tho Governor.
The primary law plank was the cen
ter of a lively discussion, aud was
nearly tho cause of u minority report.
It carried thu day, however, and was
applauded In the convention. Judge
iMahuulu was one of its steadfast sup
Maui came forward with the amend
ment to the educational plank creat
ing a County-educational board, Kd
itor Coke was largely., responsible for
having this matter' broughlt ;to the
front, and Worth Aiken fathered It.
There was no opposition.
llecoiniiiendallons by the Honolulu
business men were adopted with the
exception of that In favor of the mil
itia. Opponents of tlio mllllla ver'
ready to accept tho l'romotl6n plunk
It tho mllllla plank was dropped. The
chief trouble with tho inltitlii In the
minds of the country dclegute Is tlu
expense of maintaining so many com-
panlesc und olllcers In Honolulu, if
the Ilunolulii contingent were reduced
tu two companies tho country would
probably support the lullltla unless
the country changed its mind, which
limy be done In lluwall every fifteen
Accepted With a Ruth.
Tho long session of tho platform
Lontmltteo put tho convention In a
mood to accept most uuytlilng brought
in, so It was u fair statement of prin
ciples and the wurk was finished qtilik
ly. The plunks us they were read by
Chairman KobcrUou were vigorously
applauded und 11, P. llaldwln's motion
to adopt curried without a whimper of
Then canio tho nomination of tho
UeU'giite. This pleasant duty fell to
Stephen Desha. The eloquent orator
from Hawaii was at Ills best, and his
uddiess was ubly Interpreted by Mr.
Coelho. Desha brought down the house
when he compared the Republican pur.
ly lo the steamer Iwulunl, which had
lo be taken out on the marine railway
to have, thu barnacles taken oft that it
might keep up to speed. He believed
Ihe reiiouiluullon of the Delegate would
have uu equally good effect on tho Re
The nomination was made unani
mous, the delegates raising tu give
tlueo cleers uud slug Hawaii 1'ouol.
The spieoh of acceptance by tlio Del
egate was one of the best he has ever
made. He wound up his Kngllsh
speech with, "Damn II, I'm not a pub
lic speaker," but the crowd seemed
In his opening remarks the Delegate
expressed Ills thanks for Ihe nomina
tion and pledged himself tu do all he
could for cj'ery Interest of Iho Teul
lory, doing' in the, future ns ho baj
douo in the past eudeavor to make
us many friends for lluwall In Con
gress as possible.
"You know tlio conditions hern
In Hawaii uioiully, socially und
t politically, You are the ones who
t cuu control and lead. It Is uu
4- use talking; you may say what t
4- you please, a man In the I.egls- f
4- lature of Hawaii Is more! Import- -4
nut than Iho Delegate In Con-
4- gress. You will suffer more from
4- bad men in the I.egislatuie than 4
f can ever ho offBcl by a good mnu
4- In Washington. Thn Republican 4
t parly can lead. I have devoted 4-4-
my time to political work In order 4-4-
to hei our people. Wo nro edu- 4-4-
eating the peoplo, nnd, we must
f educate theu; to paity loyalty, -f
The Republican Platform
Adopted at Wailuku
Following Is the platform of the lie
ntlhllefln nnrfv mlnntnd hv the Wat
luku Convention. Tho portion ,ln j
uuiu-iuucu ijryv muiiuies cue uiiiviiu
nienls from the-original draft, nnd tho
words In parenthesis the portion
The Republican party of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, in convention assem
bled, hereby reafllrms Its allegiance lo
tho principles and traditions of the
Republican Party of the Nation nnd
to Its policies ns outlined in the ill
, We heartily Indorse the honest and
l Innmul ntlmtnlef rntlftn Mt Ida nlftna nf
Chief Executive by President Roose-j
We heartily -Indorse the successful
vcimlnlstratlon of the public affairs of
this Territory (by Governor Carter),
commending particularly the honest,
nble nnd business-like management of
the finances of the Territory, which
has brought our expenditures within
our income, aud been the means of ex
tending and improving needed public
works, and we commend also the pol
icy of encouraging Immigration.
We again pledge our support to Del
egate Kalanlanaole In his endeavors
lo secure Federal aid for this Tcril
lory, and we congratulate him on the
success he has already achlevbd In this
The Republican Party claims credit
for having given to the people of this
Territory, through the enactment of
the County Act, a larger share of pop
ular self-government than they have
ever heretofore enjoyed, and wo ask
the support and assistance, of the peo
ple In extending. Improving and per
fecting such government upon lines
which may have been suggested by ex
perience In the pi act leal working of
Ihe law. We congratulate the several
counties on the successful administra
tion of their local affairs under said
We believe that the waterworks tyt
temt throughout the Territory thoutd
be brought under the immediate con
trol of the teveral Counties.
We believe that the law thould be
amended to that the Income tax of
corporation! .hall be payable In the
County within which the property of
the corporation It tltuattd.
Wo stand for the equality of labor
and capital, nnd wo uphold the Terri
torial Executive In tho strict enforce-'
ment of the statute reaulrlng that ull
labor on public works shall be per
formed by citizens of the .United States,!
or those eligible to becomo such.
We favor the rapid opening of piib-
lie lands, and believe in the disposal
thereof to bona fide settlers on the)
most ravornuie terms, we advocate
that adequate appropriations be made
for tho prompt surveying end plotting
of all lands available for settlement.
We will urge through our D.I. gat
tht amendment by Congrett of Sec
tion 73 of the Organic Act to at to
give to our Legislature the right to
amend the land law..
The wide Interest aroused for the
advancement of the public school.!
shows that the people are alive to the
necessity for tho protection and de
velopment of this great factor of our
American progress. We pledge our
legislative representatives to the adop
tion of appropriations that will securo
for the teachers of the Territory thn
remuneration which their training ami
experience Justifies, under tho present
rules and regulations of the Depart
ment of Public Instruction. We favor
the appointment of a local board of
educatloh In each County, which such
boardt shall have full charge of the
public school. In their re.pectlve
Countlet, under and tubject to tuch
general rulet and regulation, at may
be prescribed by the Department of
Public Instruction. We favor thu ex
4- I will not tolerate going out 4-
among Iho people lo work for
4- traitors to tho Republican party. 4
t If they ure Republicans let them 4
be Republicans. It they are Demo-
4- cruts and Mugwumps let them 4
4- be that." t
4- Many of you do not under- 4-4-
stand the Hawalians. It Is your
4- duty to go among them and not 4
4- to raise racial questions. The
4 Hawalians must not raise Ihe -4-4-
racial question for we will bo the 4-4-
4- "I have heard the platform of 4-
the party and I stand bound by
4- It. It Is supported by the masses t
t and If it is their wish It Is mine."
Thn Delegate repeated his speech
in Hawaiian mid was loudly applaud
ed. After the speech by tho Delegate the
work of the convention was pructtcul
ly done. There remained only what
ever resolutions might be hanging
around I bo ejges. The resolvo pre
sented by Chairman Robertson ap
proving the appointment of u commis
sion to review the election laws went
through with u rush.
The motion for adjournment was
then In order, liefn-e this was put Mr.
Uallentyne of the Fourth moved a vote
of thanks to tho people of Wailuku and
especially tbe ladlea who had prcpaied
the sumptuous luuu that had been
awaiting tho delegates for two hours.
John Molr moved a voto of thanks to
the officers of Iho convention. .And
after all who could bo thought of weie
properly thanked tho convention ad
journed without further comment.
Immediately alter adjournment tho
Territorial Committee went In session
and piuuiplly elected officers as, given
In another column. Mr. Uallentyne
and Mr. Furriugton were euch nomin
ated for ihe position of Treasurer and
Work being at an end the delegates
repalied to tho Armory, where an elab
oiatu luuu was spread. The building
was decorated with banners of ull na
tions uud Ihe typical Hawaiian flowers
and greens. It was a, most excellent
luaii but II was devoured In n hurry,
evidently becanse.of tjie Fair going on
near by under the" direction of the
Delegates from Honolulu were
tension of manual training In tho pub
Hawaii has reached tho point In Its
educational progress which warrants
the establishment of a college of Agri
cultural and Mechanic Arts on the
same lines as the Institutions founded
In every State and Territory of the
mainland1 under the Morrill Act, and
later endowed by the United States
Congress. To obtain this Federal en
dowment It is necessary for tho Ter
ritory to take the Initiative. We be.
Ileve this can be best brought about
by the setting aside of Income-bearing
public lands, the returns from which
hall be permanently devoted to tne
maintenance of such college, ana we
pledge our candidates to the support
of an executive and legislative policy
.Which sball bring about the desired re
.-The promiscuous granting of licenses
for the sale of spirituous liquors under
Ihe present statute, whereby Irre
sponsible persons are enabled lo sell
an Inferior quality of Intoxicants with
out discrimination,, (to the detriment
of respectable dealer., and) to tho In
Jury of the public at large, necessi
tates a careful revision or the liquor
law. Wc favor the enactment of a
high license law, with provision for
tho Inspection of liquors, and such
other provisions as will properly safe
guard the traffic and prevent Its
We favor tho enactment by Congress
of the "Refund Bill", by the terms or
which seventy-five per cent of the cus
toms receipts collected In this Terri
tory shall be expended here.
We favor the enactment of a gen
eral primary law for this Territory,
tinder which the nomination of candi
dates for the Legislature, and elective
offices shall be mado directly by tho
We favor liberal appropriations for
the maintenance of our unfortunate
fellow citizens who are segregated at
Kalaupapa and Kalawao, and advocate
the continuance ol Federal assistance
In the attempt to And a cure'for their
.malady. We advocate a suitable)
emergency appropriation to be at the
di.po.al of the Board of Health for
the purpo.e of guarding against epi
demic. We advocate further Improvement of
our harbors, wharfage and landing fa
cilities throughout the Territory; tbe
erection or needed public buildings,
nnd other necessary public works.
We favor a Territorial appropriation
for, the purpose of aatlttlng In tha
maintenance of the work of tht Ha
waii Promotion Committee. .
We desire legislative Investigation
Into the matter of private wharves nnd
landings, with a view to tut regulatloa
of charges at the same, and to consider
the feasibility of tbe acquisition there
of by tho .government. .
We indorse tht'meature Introduced
by our D. legate In Congrtta taking
the appropriation of tht turn of 8250,.
000 for former Queen Lllluokalanl.'and
In the meantime favor the. continu
ance by the Legislature of the present
Wo oppose and denounce all trusts,
monopolies and combinations of cap
Hal as they tend to control supplies,
Increaso prices, lower wages, and
check the opportunities for labor.
Wo favor the appointment of a com
mission for tho purpose of considering
thn subject of taxation, and to report
at the following session of the Legis
lature recommendlngs ways und means
for the revision and Improvement of
tho tax system of this Territory,
Wo UBk tho support of ull voters who
desire aud believe in an honest, effi
cient, aud economical administration
of uffulrs, for tho candidates of the Re
publican Party who stand pledged to
the foregoing platform.
prompt to adjourn lo the fulr and they
coined money lor the ladles at the rate
of dollars a minute. A special com
mittee headed by tbe Honorable Saui
Hose, armed with a feather duster saw
to It that every man within reach was
inarched tu the booths and bought lib
erally. The flower booth was very
shortly sold out.
The activities of the Sam Koto
guards were Interspersed with a march
through Ihe streets with the Honor
uble John T McCrousen as Torch
Hearer in Chief. Torches rau short
and lanterns were shanghaied along
Ihe route. It was not a large proces
sion but It was great for quality, aud
As tho evening advanced Manager
Kennedy began gathering In tbe wan
werers and soon two carloads of dele
gates and Wailuku friends wero speed
ing over the railway lo Kahulul. There
were songs galore, and until the sing
ers wero tired, When tbe Klnau went
into Kahulul harbor she stuck for
ulKiut halt an hour1 on tbe shore. This
kept those ashoie waiting, but caused
no worry. It afterward turned out that
Admiral Ueckley had a' large piece or
nwa root In his stateroom. This did
the business and when the steamer
load of passengers came aboard all was
quiet on the Island liner, and she
steamer out ol tbe harbor on one of
the smoothest island trip's ever made.
Tbe delegates were well Batlslled
with all that had been idone In their
behalf at Wailuku and considering all
circumstances satisfied with the work
that had been accomplished.
REAL ESTATE ' TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept. 7, 19oa,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Lee Lot to lllsliop & Co nil
llloohlla Ako and bsb et al to Ke-
Wm Jones and wf to Mull rm a
Loan Bocy of II h
Entered for Record 8ept. 8, 1906,
. .. Iom ? "' m- t0 10i3
J II Schnack and wf to Manoel 8 da
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