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Mlowera Sept. 22
Aorangl Sept. 19
Vol. XVIII No. 3487
Rules Will Not
H BACKS INN.
m AND HHIK
The KvpiiMlraii County Convention
when the noon reu-sR una taken, was
only getting uucler vn'y. At 1! o'clock
the bosslon teruuiPil In tho Orplicum
theater, with pmspects of tlio work u(
the convention going on until lato to..
Much piithiiHlaaui wns tllsiilnycil and
many were- the little private caucuses " report, and vahl that n mot Ion for
held In thu lobby of the Oiplieuiu. ou recess would be In order. A motion
i !. , ... i ii .. ,.V ii,.. h.I'W'h iade that the (ouwiillon laku a
the street and In corners of the le-' M for ,,,. ,, ,,, con.
ater- I ontlon again adjourned until 2:40.
Civic Fed. Flavor. Tlio Committee on Kcnolutlnns re-
One tauciia pajllculatly notltablo on't0vl.PI nt n.iUi cluilt man llieckoim
ft downtown lorncr during noon iii(ald tlio chalrinnn of tho contention
cess, was tho gathering of C. 0. Hal-' una rather Inclined to rule out nil ml
lentyne. D. I Wlthlngtou and John dltlomi to the Wulluku convention. Ho
Hughe, which significant bunch put fuM ho begged to submit u platform
u Civic Kederatlon ilaor to tho dolniM."' resolutions to tho committee, for
of the forenoon, Ilenoit hail It that the pV" n conlcsl on ,allk
talk was an to thu possibility of tho jrpr,,,,,,,,,,,,!!,,,, t, restriction of
Committee on Killed fixing It bo Unit KrntltlnK lhiior licenses to those not
John Hughe. could not gel In thu run- American citizens. After discussion
plug for Kepreeeiilntlvo Ix'Uiuao of his oto una taken and thn lomiiillteo
LMvIc Fed conned Inns: iierhatm lion- decided to nnko no refeieme lo thu
..... ii.n mi v,.i.,lii.' iPiral advice from
Wlthlngtou and weight of Inllneine
Brown and Clarke.
Hherlff Drown ami Charles Clnikc
had a Ktrenuoua Interview, too. Tills
'also had, tu d6. with llm hunch vuilc.li
were, during llio noon hour, consider
ing tho rules to govern lim conven
tion, nt KeVubllcuu headquarters.
Precinct comrades bunched It pretty
will and there was iiiucli illt.cusslt.ii . The Kepnhllcnn Tarty of tho County
over what was termed a change In tho0f oahu. In tho Territory of Hawaii, In
John Cuthcnrt, for example, Is now
considered a auto thing fur the Attor
neyship nomination and ll is whis
pered that Frank Andrade may oven
be persuaded to withdraw,
There him been not n Utile switch -
lug around from Andrade to Cathcart. (lions madu by the Republican Tnrty of
It vvns early reported that John Unu the. Territory or lluunll nt tlio Terrl
1...1 ...1....1 n ., i ...... i,. uiiintniu-.toilul Convention held at Wnllnhu. ou
had asked Carloi Long to ulthdiau-
from thu contest.
Lane and Long.
No sootier hud tho convention con
vened than this report was spuing;
(Continued on Page 2)
"Better be sure that) sorry" Is a say
Ing older than our safe-deposit vault,
but It fite It aa if made to order. Bet.
iter be sure of the safety of your pa
pers than sorry you had not rented
one of the' boxes at five dollars a year.
HENRV WATERHOU8E TRUST CO.
THE HASH CO., Ltd.,
or. FORT1 and HOTEL ST8
j 3:30 O'CLOCK
Chairman Harris called tho after
noon Besslon of tho convention to
order at 2:10. lie announced that the
ttim not jet ready
matter of llceufcs. Some of the mem
hers will mako a minority report ou
jtho matter. t
Honolulu. Hawaii, Sept. 14, 1900.
To tha Chnirnian of the Kepubllcnn
County Contention of thu Comity
of Onhu. Territory of Hawaii, and
to tho Delegates Thereto:
Gentlemen: i'oiir Commlttco on
iltesolutlons niid'l'latfoim udopled by
'j ou. beg leavo to submit herewith a
' " ' .n loullon ii Iho same
Platform und licsoiiiiums anil io rue-
convention assembled, hereby reaf
firms Its allegiance to the principles
und traditions or thu Kepubllcau Tar
ty or thu United Btutes of America,
and to I In policies, as outlined In tlio
National anil Territorial platforms.
Wo heruty heartily endorse nnd
heieby adhero to all of thu doctrines.
land endorse nil of thu reeommenda-
Ihu Inland of Maul, ou tho Silt day of
Heplember, T.I00, us set forth In thu
Tlatform thero adopted.
And, In uddlthm to thu doctrines
the rein expicsHcd, and tho eudorsu
ni i ntH therein made, we. Republicans
of thu Island or Oahu, In County Con
vention assembled, do hereby bet
lorlh ns follows:
We hturtlly i-ndorso tho honest, suc
cessful, anil business Mia- nuniinimra
tluu of" the. public affairs or tho Terrl -
lorv or lluunll by Umuiuor Heorge It.
Carter: and uo commend also his pol-
Icy rclatlvn to Immigration. (slrall retlio and numliiatu eaudldatet
Wo heaitlly endorso thu first ndniln- f,)r m(uih. rH of the lliuril of Huii
Uliullun of tho affairs of Ihu County ,HOrH l(, , aiIL.,irfs.
of Oahu by thu Kepubllcnn member i-....,,., .,.,, rieoiuoiilni: of the
c.l thu Hoard of Supeivlsors. and here- l-"l" ' ruu ""'i, . a u n i .
by express our appreciation of the coiiM-ntlou, such uouilnsllotiH shall be
huueaty. Integrity und ability or each .iiimouiiied lo Iho lonventlou by the
member or our party ou tho Hoard, .chairman of tho rpcellvu delegations
(Continued on Page 2) And upon thu failure) or any ilelrgullou
Arc 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 25.
n ! MMiaiwi riMiMMMT ' BMMBiBMBWWTiHBHflFnii frit 1 1 ii"pt wit
Tho committee on rules met at th
Kepubllcau headquarters at n little
pfler 11 o'chnk On motion of Uod,
J. I. Morgin unn appoluteil chairman
mill (J. Arnold nvrctary of the mill'
Ink', which proceeded to husiniuH ul
1I:2S a. m. '
Morean read the rules which wire
passed by tho last lonwMittoii aa fol
lows: In the Chairman ami .Members of tto
County Convention of the County
Ueutlemiu: Your rommltlro on
rules and permanent orcanliallon beg
leavn tu report. ieoiiiiiiiu.ndlni; the fol
lowing rules foi the adoption of this
1. The permanent ofllccrs of tliU
convention shall ho a Chairman, VUe
V. W. IIAKKIH,
I Chairman. Secielurjv,
2. Thn older of busluccs ahull he as
A Call of permanent roll.
Ji election of ic.rnijiic.ut otiiccri.
C Itcport of l.'uiumlltcu cm Itcttolii
lions I) Nominations fur County otllc era
In thu following order; SlierlfT, Conn
ty Clerk. Audltoi, Coiinly Attoiiu-y,
Treasurer, Supc rvlsor-ut-Uirge
i: Immediately lifter thu nomination
, ' eandldate for said oi leers, u l
teas shall he tuken und tho respecllvo
ilelegatloiis from tho Hinc.al dlslricU
. to Ulilea lilion 11 nuuillien ten liny such
olllce within u reiKonublu time, the
convention shall pioceed lo make tli-J
fContlnued on Page 4.)
can leave the management
of same entirely In our
hands. We will collect
rents and Interest, pay
taxes and take care of all
details, making remittanc
es monthly or as preferred..
You get the advantage
of the knowledge and ex
perience of a trustworthy
Fort St. Honolul'.
Bulletin ad. Is a pleasant business invitation
BULLETIN MERliSEftS GET RESULTS.
OP HAWAII. Fill DAY.
The Comtiilltee on Kules had a
f lively sctisioU- this allernoon In t
regard to the use of the booths -t
- there was a hot tight, tome object-
lug to the me of lliese being made
compuleory, but It uai llnally tie-
Lldcd to make II i
f Tho seiuii'i nr.ht related to lbs t
"Ullllnijbam" rule lio)d moved
to allim' anient candidates lo
A. ..In.l.m ll.in...ll a. I... "anllaf.l.t- m
A. n.l.tnn.n" fkp..l,. n.iinn.llul A I
T MJIJf K.,m;i,.v l.i.in.i min.i'i.u t
this to have the tamlldates pledge
- themselves In nerton. hut the
f amendment aa killed, und the s
original motion passed, thus glv- s
f Ing nbsentco candidates a chance t
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept, 14.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 9 11 1-ld
Parity, 4.09 cents. Previous quotation
9s. 10 12H.
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP & CO , the
btore In the Young Building, which recently bought tho stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is retlrlrg from business, have placed on sale at J. HOPP &
CO.'S stores the entire etock of Porter's at prlcea which have
never been placed on furniture -here before,
J, HOPP A. CO. carry on their own account a large atock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter'a atock, ao
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you and the price will be leea than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furnltura Co. had a atock which Included some
high grade goods. We wMI "murder" these. We have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and must put Porter'a
atock out of the way.
The stock Includes everything you can use In your houae.
Now Is the time to buy it.
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
J. HOPP tSs CO.,
1053-1059-1065 YOUNQ BUILDING BISHOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACT8.
The Comoanv sustained only one
the awful disaster of April 18th last
The Company's San Franclaco Home Office Bptldlng, deetroyed by fire,
was fully covered by Insurance In standard companies.
The land upon wnicn xno oan rrancnco noma wince Duuu.i.y w.u
has not depreciated In value, but by reason of the destruction of Chinatown,
has rather appreciated In value.
San Francisco mortgages held by tho Company, amounting to 29S,460,
were protected by real estate valued at $493,000, with Improvements, only a
part of which were destroyed, worth $170,000, and upon which Improve
ments the Company held fire Insurance to the amount of $75,000,
The vaults withstood the Are and theli entire contents, about two car
loads of books and records, are now in our Los Angeles Home Office.
The Company has approved assets of about $11,000,000; has nearly
$100,000,000 of Insurance In force; has an annual Income of more than 34,
600,000, and has surplus to policy-holders of about $1,000,000.
Under the California Insurance laws the stockholders, whose wealth la
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of the Company,
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA Is the largest and most popular life Insurance company west of
the Mississippi River, and has done a conservative and progressive business
for thirty-nine years, paying claims promptly and satisfactorily, as it will
continue to do, J. N. RUS8ELL, JR., Secretary,
No matter what our competitors may say to you, these are the FACTS!
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
810 FORT 8TREET. GENERAL AQENT.
HKITKMBKK 14 19UI1
I o'clock this afternoon Attor-
II. MiClnnaban. representing
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the Hteamshlii agents. II llnikfeld Ac
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I lllllt IIH- CltllH'Jllli IVi-n,--li ..mi, ....
i U S. tug liuquols, which have ban
iiullliic ou the Maiichurlu wreck all
the morning, have changed their po
sitions und arc! now pulling on the lin
er forward instead of astern. It In
juesiimcd that her stern has been
uhlfted Into a satisfactory postilion,
for the present, nnd It may be, that
when she has been strained around for
ward to the extent she bus been moved
nft. she will be In a position to bo
pulled Intu deep uater.
Waluiunnlo, 11 n. in. A powerful
licet has been pulling on tho Man
iburla wreck slnco tho beginning "I
tlio swelling of Iho llde. The cable
ship KeJlorer. the I'. 8. levenue cut
ter .Manning und the U. H. lug lrocjuoli
nil have Hues ou tho vcsecl and they
have succeeded this morning In pull
ing her 160 feet from whom he has
been held so fact In tho coral, toward
dc-ep.wnter. The throwing overboard
of her coal, completed early Uiis inoru
Ing. nnd the purnplng out of Iho water
In her compartments during tho nigh:,
resulted ibis morning In tho Manchuria
being lifted nearly live foct and under
Ibuni.nucH un -wyw
death lose attributable directly to
MnecfalcJ I'rttt Special Collt)
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 14. A ape
clal session of the Cuban Congress has
been called. Accompanying this an
nouncement there Is an unconfirmed
rumor that President Palma will re
CEASE FOR NEGOTIATIONS.
The Insurgents have been ordered
to cease fighting pending negotiations
for alleged surrender to Americans.
A Government force at Zaza has
been repulsed with a loss of 18.
8ugar plantations at Clenfuegos
have been destroyed
BERLIN, Germany, 8cpt 14.
Prince Henry of Prussia has been ap
pointed to the command of all active
squadrons of tho German navy.
(Attuclalrtl I'rttn ."per In I Cttlilc)
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Sept. 14
The penalty for refusal to perform
military service has been Increased.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 14
The cruiser Des Moines and the aux
iliary Dixie have received ordcra to
proceed to Cuba,
The More You Think
about our men'a working shoes the greater your appreciation of
tho wonderful value, good-fit features, long-wear quality, high
grade finish and good appearance In eery pair. Then you do
not wonder at our large trade there's a reason for It.
No man, whether poor or comfortably fixed, can afford to
pay for shoea aC Save them rip and tear the very flrjt time he
gets them would rather pay more and get quality.
Shoea cost to build than ever before; hence there
must be a .. somewhere. We positively will not cut out
quality In our stock and tell a man "This Is the same shoe at
the same price." Full value here In every sale.
J 05 J Fort Street.
THE BULLETIN WANT AD.
ARE THE NEAREST APPROACH
TO A CONORESS OF CONTENT-
too little of
thing are equalized and balanced
and adjutted In the Clearing Houte
tor Small Things.
1'ltIOB 5 Okntb
NEW ORLEANS, La., Sept 14
The companies of Coast Artillery .sta
tioned In this city have been ordered
In readiness for movement. It Is pre
sumed that Cuba Is the objective
Additional Cable Newa on Page 2.
The I.-l S N Co.'s steamer ;t
Muinui IiM, arriving today,
brought n (.row representing Ko- '-f
mi, lo t-iilei the ranoo races 6n f
Kegntta Day Tlio nun nre here . '
4- at the Invlintlon of l'rlnce Cupid,
who is their sponsor. Ilclng tv.ll
llalieniien nnd dully at sen In their
boats they urn expected lo gho u
good account of themtehc. They
wen- islvjcn a yrent roiicl-otf at
Kulliiu ami utic told by their
friends not to ivlurn miles le-
torlous. Tho nainej of the crew '.'
4- are as fulloir': Kamnku, captain;
Mmniip.-iii. D.ivl'l Makiinole, I'l- 4
a conference of people
ttoo much of this and
that a market-place
A and Take It the slogan,
I ika Mahlhou, l'lilaklku, Kconl -e-
Knluhlua . -,, $&
THE VERY LATESTlWS'.ft
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HAVE YOU SEEN
" Kerchief" Cap?
Shoe Co., Ltd,,
'Phone Main 282
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