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TELEPHONE MAIN 71
IV i I
Renulai . en I
FORT ST. OPP. LOVK NLHA.
AND NO AGIION
Fourth District Caucus
At San Antonio
MUCH DISCUSSION OVEI
MANNER OF VOTING
MEN LEAVE THE HALL DI8GU8T
ED SUDDEN MOTION TO'AD-
The caucus of the delegates of the
Fourth District to tho County Conven
tion, held ntSan Antonio hall last
i.lglit, resulted In much eloquence ami
no action. From the time the meet.
Ing was called to order at 7:50 oYIck k
until a sudden motion to adjourn wai
mnde and carried nt nbout 9 o'clock the
air was filled Willi words and tho lo
lenlly shaken Index fingers of tuoao
delegates who desired to nllrart thn
niiinuon or the ghalr. Uut the moun-
run lauoreil nnd lirought forth not
ccn n mouse. Absolutely nothing uas
After the selection of tho nrpilillnir
odlcer and secutary nnd of uu Inter
juctir, ptactltally tlio entile time u
taken up In an attempt to reach somn
agreement as tc tho manner of noting
to he used In the comcntlon. Marston
Campbell was of the opinion that thi
old method of having each lndllduat
delegate cast Ills own otu mis cum
bersome, tiresome, a waste of time
and In nearly nil other sections of the
country outside of the Islands entire
ly obtuluto. He moved tho ndontlon of
n method of voting by which tho ihalr
man of each delegation should cast tho
oto for his entire delegation.
Many of the other dclegutes appar
ently did not understand Just "what It
was that he was proposing, while ninny
of those who did understand were
strongly opposed to It. The chief ob
jection raised was that by having the
chairman of the delegation announce
tho ole of tho delegation, tbo secrecy
of the ballot would be to a great ex
tent destro)ed. .specially in t lie case of
thn smaller delegations composed of
only half a dozen or so deleentes.
After much strenuous debate a largo
rummer of I lie delegates became weary
of the matter, or disgusted, and left
the hall. Shortly after soma one made
n motion to udjuurn and the motion
was carried without any dissent, and
with eidem-es of much satisfaction.
The meeting was called to order at
7:30 oclotk by Col. Jones, A. I). Cas
tro acting as secretary. It was an
nounced by the Chair that tho meet
ing had been railed la accordance with
the action tuken by the precinct com
mittees. Mr. Harris wok nominated
and elected permanent chairman and
A. I). Castro, secrctnry. The meeting
wus then supposed to bo ready for bus
iness a romewhat erroneous notion,
A motion was made and carried thut
the roll hn ealltd, un amendment be
ing adopted to have the chairman of
call dcletfulluii answer for thn ileleeu.
tlnn. Iloli call showed ten absent, rep-'
lescntml by proxies; On motion J. II. I
WM nun nuirkim IU IlllCI l I'll'l ,
Itev. Mr. Kaleo suggested (hat thn
All Aboard For "Ship Ahoy"
Comic Opera. This Week
following Is tho splendid program
for 'Hhlp Ahoy," that unusually bril
liant production which will malic, Ho
nolulu sit up and tulcn more notlrn
than It over took before, which wlll
In) pulled off at the Opera llottse
'Ihursday and Haturday evenings,
tiepti 13th and lr.tli, of this wj-ek:
CAST OF CHARACTERS.
Comniodnro Columbus Cook (com
manding U. 8. H, Cuclcoo)
, Mr. J, II. I lowland
Colonel Mnpleson Miilbcrrl (mana
ger of tlio Oriolo Opera Co )
Mr. Wm. L. Welsh
P. E R. Strauch
1-2 OF $7000 OR 3500 Modern llr.
HcsJdenco, 4 yrs. old, servant house,
wash house, stables, lot 170 x 210,
ornamental and fruit trees, healthy
locality nr, car. This Is an excep
tional opportunity to buy an ele
gant homo ct halt cost, 1-and (3009,
$1C00. Best known Boarding ft Room.
Ing House In City. Ovor 40 rooms.
Always full. Hold mint. Owner
wants to retire.
2 houses with large los, Kapslaroa,
nr, St, Elizabeth Home, also 2 un
improved, lota (0x130, cheap., etc,
t. lots, 60x250 ca., with 2 bedr. cot
tages, King St. nr. Kalakaua Ave.
6r. cottago, large stables, 76x150,
$1300, T3 caBb, very choap.
Large house and lot, Insane Asylum
2 bedr. cottage, Kapalama nr. St.
2 bedr. cottage, beach ltd., $10 p. m,
etc , etc.
WAITY BLDf ., ''4 S. KINQ 8TREIT
first matter to be considered was ths
resolution refeired to tho delegations,
which was brought before the precinct
committees In regard to adopting .
single ballot for thn otlntr for county
officials, viz: County Sheriff, County
Clerk, County Auditor, Supervlsui-nt-Large
At this point came up tho manner of
voting to be adopted . Marston Camp,
bell declared lor tho method by which
the chairman of each delegation
should 11l1110ur.ee the oto of his delfa
gallon at the convention, and moved
that that method be adopted 1 he mo
tion was seconded nnd words began to
duller up the atmosphere Campbell
said that he thought the chairman of
each delegation should announce tho
oto of his entire delegation and that
any mistakes made by any chairman,
might be corrected on the floor bj'any
delegate of the delegation. This meth
od, he said. Is rapid, quick and fair and
is tbo ono most generally In use on
Apparently every one In the hall
had something to say on the question
and each one wanted to say It II m
and often. After half an hour of de
bate a motion to allow Marston Camp
bell to speak further on tho pronosV
lion was downed by a storm of noes
and tho question demanded. Mr. Ka
leo's amendment that the ballot used nt
the conentlon be ordered printed by
l lie chairman aa outlined by the pre
cinct e.ominltteo was nut to vote. file
chairman was undecided on the ayes
nnd uues and called for a dUlslon. The
amendment was apparently lost 011 n
rising vote, but still the Chair declared
the result In doubt nnd ordered the
roll called. A largo number of the del
egates jumped up nnd left tho hall.
Two or three motions to adjourn were
made hut the Chair refused to recog
nize,, them. Although the roll hrd
been ordered called, nil sorts of mo
tions were being bade by delegated In
all parts of tho hall and the Chairman
seemed In doubt as lo 'what to do
Mr. Ilarbottlo asked that a commit
tee be nppoluttd to confer with the del
egates from tho Fifth District nml re
port bad; at another meeting of this
caucus. The Chair finally icfused to
entertain nny motion until the roll had
lieeti called. Mr, Johnstuno. howcer,
moved again that tho chairman of
each delegation announce the voto of
his delegation and tho motion was sec
onded. More delegates left tho hall.
Mr. Ilarbottlo stated that tho question
was an Important matter mid should
be decided at once., Mr. Dow moved
that tho matter be deferred to rome
lotiirc meeting and his motion was sec
onded. Mr. Iliicklnnd urged that the
caucus should stand, together on th
The prewous question had by this
time been lost In tho shuffle and thu
Chair ruled all questions before tho
house out of order.
A sudden mutton to adjourn was
made and carried enthusiastically, nncf
1110 meeting ended iwlth nothing ac
Purser Win. P. llarl, of the steamer
Nllhau, which arrived this morning
from l'unnluu, Hawaii, reports that
tho recent rains havu been tho cause
of a most promising outlook for the
cane In that strttou. He said:
Wo experienced. Kenernllr sneak
ing, flno weather on tho trip through
there was considerable swell ut I'll
naliiu on thn 9th nnd lOtn. A heay
rain fell at Pahala on tho upper landn
on thn 8th. Tho c nun looks promising
unit is 111 a healthy condition, especially
since tho recent rains, lly nil appeal
ances n good crop may bo expected."
Lieut, tollypop (executive officer of
tho Cuckoo) Mr. Philip C. Hall
Ilaruaclo Duff (master at arms)....
Mr. W. K. Kerr
Simpson Christy (master ut proper
tics) Mr. C. Bchwartx
Ensign Toddlo (A Sweet Young
Thing from Annapolis)
Mr. Clarence Waterman
Mile. Aburnl Krnanl (an American
prima dona) Mr. K. J. Hare
Mile. Georgia Carollnl (from tho '
(Irani! Opera House, Paris (Ky,)..
Miss K. V. Mowbray
Mine. I.ulu Lolla (a disappointed
musical genius) Mrs. S. Noar
Ilrunetta (one of tho "Merry")....
Miss E, Ileswlck
Mrs. Columbus Conk (a deserted
wire) Mrs. Margaret Howard
Ladles of the ballet; Seamen of thu
Cuckoo; Marines; the Cook Coterie,
etc.; Nual Cadets.
I-adli'H of tho Chorus Miss J. II.
.Uacaulay, Miss E. M. Ilalley, Miss
A. H. (Ireen, Miss A. L. Maiaulay,
Miss M. E. I.lshman, Miss M. Stolder.
Miss E. I.yle. Miss N. MrUlu, Miss
Emma Rose, Miss It. Waldron, Miss
D. I.lshman, Mrs. Alnpal, Miss Annie
(leutlemcn of thn Chorus I,. H. Un
derwood, W. I). Harlow, H, K. Davl
Mill, John Hills, II. II. Ilalley, W. II.
Hnper, J. A. (.cgrou. a. II. My lire, II.
lluro, I.. J. Undo, E. Williams, J. C.
Anderson, L, O. Illackman, M, II. Per
ry, C. E. Edwards. Mr. Clark,
Act I The Isle of Palms (stranded)
Act II Tho Hall Room of Hygla Ho
tel; Old Point Comfort (Homo Again).
Htago under the direction of W. I).
Musical director It. It Dodo.
Accompanist Miss Alico Itlcn,
Loral theatergoers know thu real
urtlclo when they get behind the foot
lights, but It may bn safely said that
they wlll know still more of gcnulnlt
delight when they huvo enjoyed ' Ship
Tlio seats for both performances nro
Hvlllug inpldly and everything bids
fall tu make thu play a grand success
for tho Myitlu lloat Club and a big
naiisiuciiou iu u 1 uu icrving aim pailio
Any woman who suffers from
Cramps, Backache, Ntrvoua cr
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos
tlvtneta or Oeneral Weakness
needs the Illttcra to make her well
again. It has cured thousands In
the past SO years. In caces of In
digestion, Oysptpsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try a bottle.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii. Iliforo the Presiding Judge. At
Chambers; In Probate. In thu Matter
of the Estate of Manuel Hlha, deceas
ed testate. Order for Notice of Hear
ing Petition for Probate of Wlll. A
document purporting to bo the last
will and tcstninent of Manocl SlUa,
late of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased, hav.
ing on tho ttli day of September, A. I).
19uti, been presented to said probate
court, and a petition for tho probate
tnereor, and for Ihu issuance of letters
testamentary to Lull llapozo Medelros,
having been filed by Hnxa Clara Sllva,
tho widow', It Is hereby ordered that
Monday, thu Sth day or October. A. 1).
1100. at 0 o'clock a. m , f said day, at
the court room of said court, at thu
Judiciary building, In said Honolulu,
be nnd thu snmu hereby Is appointed
the I lino nnd placu for proWng said
will and hearing said application. It
Is further ordered that notice thereof
bo ghen by publication onca a week
for three smccssUe weeks, in the
Evening llulletln, a newspaper publish
cd In tho English language, the last
publication to bo nut less than ten
days prclous to thu time therein ap
pointed for hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, September
till, A. I). 190G.
J. T. DE HOLT,
First Judge. First Circuit Court.
Attest: M. T. SIMONTON.
Clerk Circuit Court, First Circuit.
3178 Sept. t, 11, 18, 23.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
rlrst Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In tho Matter
of the Estate of loano Knlalkawalia.
lato of Wulalua. Oahu, deceased, tes
tale. Order for Notice of Hearing Pe
tition for Probate or Will. A docu
ment purporting to bo tho Inst will
and testament of Inane Knlalkawalia,
late or v. omnia, unliu, iieceasc-d, hav
ing on tlio 27th day or August. A. D.
HMIO, been presented to said Probate
Court, and 11 petition for thu probate
thereof, nnd for Ihu Issuance or Idlers
testnmtulary to Kunl Kaholnal having
been filed by Knhald.t Knlnlkuuuha,
It Is hereby ordered that MONDAY,
tho 1st day or OCTOIIEII, A. 1). 19UC.
at NINE o'clock a. m , or said day, at
tho court room or said court, ut Hono
lulu be and thu samn hereby Is ap
pointed thu time and place lor proving
i.uld wlll and hearing suld application.
It Is further ordered that nollco there
of bo glwn, by publication ouco u
week for tlueu sucrcssUo weeks. In
Ihu Evening llulletln, a newspaper
published In tho English language, thu
last publication to bo not less thnn
ten clays previous to thu tlmu therein
appointed for hearing.
, Dated at Honolulu this 27th day or
J. T. DE HOLT,
First Judge. First Clrrult Court.
Attest: J. A. THOMPSON.
Clerk, First Circuit Court.
C. W. Aslifonl. attorney for net I.
3172 Aug. 28; Bept. 4, 11, 18.
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