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KVKNINU nilM.ETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., FRIDAY. SEPT. 14. 1906.
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' n irontlnatlnR. thougli not domineer
i Viik. Initnrmr in ttio Icnlturlal lRJs-
frulillshcil Kvcry liny Kxropt Sunday, :n""'0' '
f t 120 KlitB Btroct, Honolulu. j fho L'nunty ot Oalui being tlio most
' "' ' i luiHiloiw. the home of tin1 Territorial
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD. ' , , .
. , ,, ,, -. ,ov riunrnl. and the wealthiest ot-
.WALLACE n. FAHHINGTON.. Editor on ,)f ,ho Territory, nalnrnlly tails
pledged himself In rinsing patriotic
A .It .Is up to lilsi Immcillntc followers
lo.iloinunrlrntp whether thry will fol
low Ills I on it, or go on a wild goose
rhasp alter apparent loan's and flnhci)
or olllce that may turn to Btuno when
Kntcrcd at the I'iMitilllrc at llunu
uululu as second elan matter.
v Payable In Advance,
j, Cvenlnu Bulletin.
lor month, uiijwiiaro In 0. H,
I'cr quarter, anywhere in U. S.
Per j ear, anywhere U. S
Per year, postpaid, forclsn....
. Weekly Dullctln.
iPyr) oar, nil) where In I'. 9....
'l'eryrar, poMp.tlil. foreign ...
lor the apeclal attention of nil personn ulc Bl)al Is leaihed,
honestly In faor of upholding high
Mainland! In government.
I We all Know that the paiJ through
eul the Territory Is largely Ret li) Ho
: olulu ami the County of Oahii.
Can anyone ilouht tl neeesslty for
the delecateg of the Hepuhllcan party
jluol'1' eomenllon using careful, patriotic
judgment In the netcctlon of candl
ilalt'H to lepiesetit the Icaillug pollti
(,il puty. and a party that will lie lc
SulMerllied and orn to h
rme mi' thlH Slli da of
Heploiiiber. A. I. t'joil.
P. II. IllIlt.NinTU,
Notary I'uhlle. First Judicial Circuit.
Territory of Hawaii, )
f.mmtr, nf O.lhll.
C. HOl'M'f. ItiiKlness Manager lotions unless ruinous policies
tf the IIHI.I.III'IN PUIILISIIINfl COM'
J'ANY, I.IMi'lT.l). being llret duly
nworu, on oath deposes and sn: Can there bo any question that this
'That the following l-t a trim and cor-1
red Mateiuenl or circulation Mr thu ' ,he occasion for the DeleUate to
wceli emllnp Hept 7. 19'ifi. or the Pally rtcu Into the position of practical
ntul We.nl, l lMltioiia of tho t:ciilns , .... . , .
Iliillelln: leadership, and for the people In turn
Circulation of Evening Dullctln. ' t0 ,how thcr dec confidence In him
Saturday, Sept. t 2622
Monday, Sept. 3 3210 j ly'followlng his suijnestlons?
J"f'iy: SCp!'i nll Oue does not hnvo to he Idessid
WcdtiCDday, Sept. 5 2320 '
Thursday, Sept.6 2448. w I'll wonderful pollllcal rorenlght to
Average dally'clrcuiatlon": Y.V. llw? ' "''" ' lwH.IIIII In tho
Circulation of Weekly Dullctln, I (imu.ion now In session that will
Tuesday, Sept 4, 1906 2402
Number of weeklies delivered on 'end It In a ill red Ion diametrically
the Island of Havvall alone. ...1033 0),, , ,1,.,, ileh the Delegate haa
Combined guaranteed average
circulation 50 To polt.tcd. and land the parly ill a pcusl-
lULI.iriN PlIltl.lSllINd CO., LTD. '
by C. (I. ItOl'KUB, I'"11 whkli cny supporter of his mtisi
lluslncss Manager. I MH1(.r ,)r nU,r bt.r,lUgy If not hitler-
'. i egret,
There In growing uvldcuco of read
iness If not niiNlety to use numerical
power and nrhltrailly Iguuru elements
which the Delegate has publicly du
liarcd should he reiognlzed.
Such a iiiiirr.e iiieaus death to liar
iiiouy and ruin lor the policy that will
i irotigthcu Kuhlo's hand In Waohlng
lon as well as advance thu domestic
'telfare of Hawaii,
'the Dullctln would be thu last pa
ter to advocate any scheme by which
a minority lull bhnuld wag thu dog. It
Joes, however, helicvu lu lair play and
Mir 'representation. It hnx stood In
satiably tor, such a piogram. It has
lought big interests and llttlu Inter
e&tu. but nlvvnys for fair play. Tlio
roct that the elements once Ignored
mv in a position to dictate does mil
inilliry the JiiBtlee ol the demand for a
ftilr deal. It rather magnifies it.
The situation today Is up to Kuhlo.
It Is up to him to glvu tlio counsel
hat will sioro a victory for tho policy
l.o ban expounded and bccurc tho rep
tcsclitntlou at home to which he has
SHIT. II. lU'l'S.
Where can vnu Pint the lei-ord ot
an Amerh.-n politlcil iioiulnatlng con
ventlon wlih a tcen-l ballot altaeli
HOT CONTEST IN RULED.
KUMO CAN SOLVE IT.
. Delegnlc Kuhlo addiosned the Fifth
District cam us lur.t ovenlng and laid
fpcclal stress o:i the moral obligation
ot Ipe Hawaiian Americans to rcfruln
in their tiulitltal activity ftom drawing
linos that can fairly lie Interpit-tcd as
Inspired by racial feeling.
Delegate Kuhlo's words aie timely.
If the Hawaiian-Americans are nf
ilcardiendcil as tho llulletln believes
them to he, they vvlirfollow the pel
Kate'a BUgscstitms with lnlrlllg"iit en
Kuhlo In his W.iiluku speech voiced
r. groat practical fait when he said
that In some extent a member of the
Legislature he might aim; add. of tho
County hoard uf officers Is inoro I in
Tortant than the lepreseutallve in
Congress. Tho men oletled In home
olllco make and unmake our local
laws. Hvllmlnded mtu. prejuilltr-d
men In such positions ran do tho Ter
ritory a great Injur j. They can dls
credit not only theinselvoa. but ruin
tho eenurally good reputation of the
Tcriltmy among the people of the
rountry at large. Suih men t an make
It Impossible for the DcoSatu to gain
the slightest headway In Washington.
Tle Delegate, lu his speech of tic
reptauce, inlled upon Ida lhlloworn of
nil classes to woik In liarmon) lor tho
jiplmllillng of Hawaii and the greater
contentment of its people, especially
Advising against racial division.
'; In lino with this policy ditl.irnd In
tonclec and convincing language at
Walluku wcie his ii-markb to business
men or this city at tho banrpict given
).y them in his honor. Tho Delegate
idedgid lilmsclf to do M he could to
Lid tho business Interests of the Ter
ritory ntid promote good feeling. The
T.holo tenor of his public uttciamcil
.as been tha: Hawaii must put ita
(Continued from Page t)
tl Hlection ol Count) Conuiilttie
t'.irh prcclucl shall iiiiuuunce ita
choice for tunimltlecinan agreeably lu
Section 1, Article 1A, of thu rules of
the Itepuhtlcau pnity,
II Any other hiislucss that may b
brought before the convcntlou.
I Adjoin nmcut.
3, In making nominations for of
rue the vutlug shall lu all cases wheic
I lure Is more than one numiiico ho by
ballot upon the tall uf the loll.
I, In order to i ecu re the Humiliation
for any oillcu the (undld.ilo mutt re
iclvc u majority ot all the voles cart.
S. No one duly nominated for nom
ination for olllce shall he compelled tu
withdraw his name from consliluia
lion. G. If, after three ballots shall have
liteu taken without securing a nomina
tion any delegate may vote for any ell-
glblu person notwithstanding the nom
inations shall have been closed.
7. Kvcry candidate for nomination
lor a county olllce shall before the bal
loting begins openly pledge himself
before the convention to accept nnd
abldo by the les'ult of the billot.
S. A majority of the membership ot
tlio ((invention shill coiutllulo a cpiu
rum for the transaction of tho busi
ness of tho convention.
U. These rules may be suspended
by n three-fourths vote of the dele
It was moved that the rules he taken
up ecrtlou by section. At this point
in thu proceedings the chairman re
maiked that theie was it leportcr pri'H-
cut, and he asked thu committee
whether they' thought It wise that he
he permitted to remain, Intimating
Plainly thai he was of the opinion that
mi representatives of the press should
l.e allowed to hear the deliberations
of the committee
Thin picripltnted an auiiu.iled dis
illusion. Several members of the com
mittee expressed the opinion that the
pmccdingH ought to he t-ccicl until the
ccnimlttce was ready tu leporl to tho
convention, Diake took the bland
that Ihero was no good rcidtuin why
the pres should be excluded, and
Jolinwui said he for one did not Intend
to ray anything that he would he
nshained uf mil ho thought It rigid
that newspaper men he allowed to nu
present If they desired. Tho mailer
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those bargains offered by uo.
Home In desirable part of city
at cacrifico and on easy
terms. Splendidly situated
lots In Kainuiki and Manoa,
which must be sold. -
toon ohi onosiM.
M.iklkl District, Klnau St. . Lot
10x90, Six Rooms, Price $1900
Puunul Tract, near Country Club,
magnificent building site JI&00
Kallhl, cor. Lot at good eleva
tion, IOHxIBO $700
Kalmukl, half acre. Just one block
from Car line $800
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Corner Fort and Merchant Sis.
I 4 llllo. Rept, 13. The Fast Ha-
( wall county convention of the -f
.'Homo Ilulo party was held at
I'lrcmcns hall In this city Mini-
'day. September 10. Clias, Notley,
of Honolulu, was elected chair-
f man and , K. Kcwahcvva, of
llllo. sccietiiry A partial ticket
4 only was noniluntccl, us follows: t
For Senator- T. II. Ahleong.
f For lteiieciitntlvi(i- Win. II.
Niilllma, Jr.. of Puna, and H. Ka-
liana, of llllo. -t
Hherlrf-W. M. Keolanul.
Treasurer T. K. Unlakra.
Supervisor. Puna Dlnlrlcl J.
Ah la. ' t
llllo Dlsttltt -Win. Told, Sr.
Hlevcn delegate! vveio present,
Hie remaining, two being rcpru-
Kented by piole.s. The West Hn-
t wall convention will be held at
t Walinca on Thursday, September
was nnally put to vote, with the result
that the lliillclln tcpichctitatlvo, who
was the. only ieHirter present, was
Permitted to remain.
The committee then adopted tlio
rule of last year relating to Hie elec
tion ot officers or tho convention nrtcr
;i had been amended by Mr. Ilroelt by
substituting the words "election of
Mich officers as have not already been
f lectu.l,Mthls In view or tho fact that
thu chairman and secretary had nl
leady been chosen.
Fight Over Tickets.
The matter of tho iiomlnallon of
district and County officers enused
tome discussion. A part of the com-
liilt-ec wanted to have separate tick
Ms for district oMlt-crs and County of
llccrs, hut In tho end the committee)
i-Kiii-ci io hiiiiiu oy me iicuoii oi inui
caucus nii.l hnvo hut n single tleket'1
It was decided accordingly that nomi
nations before tho convention ho In
tho following older: Senators, Super-visoi-at-t.arge,
County Clerk, County Attorney, Coun
ty Treasurer, County Auditor.
A number of minor rules were adop
ted without discussion. An additional
rule vviih ndopled, pmvl ling Hint Im
mediately nfter the re convening of
tho convention a recess bIiiiII he taken
nud the clejegalloiis shall rellio nnd
romlnnto candidates rnr reprcsciua
lives to the legislature.
Ilroek movell llm adoption of n nilci
I riivhlliig lor n Couuiy Coninillleo, ae
lording to tin- met hod piovbted h
Article I, Section 2, uf the rules of
tl.n IlepiihlUnn party. Johnson of
leicd n resolution its an amendment.
Io the, effcctliat tho district having
intl I he highest number of voles in
Hie last general election fur Delegate
Io Congress clinll have sixteen com
mitteemen and the district having cast
the lowest number of votes, llgtccn.
Such Couuiy committeemen to be up
liolulcil by the; chairman or the County
.'.ml dli.trlct convention on nomination
1 1 the respective precinct delegations,
tu Hint each precinct shall have at
least one committeeman.
The Introduction of this resolution
mused trouble) Immediately, Fernuii
t!ct objected to ita adoption, haying
that lliik would bo changing Hie rulo.t
ol the ItepiihUcan pnrty, vvlilili are
rnrainnunt Io nveo'thing. Clark also
i.hjee eel strenuously, saying that the
convention lias no right to change the
lilies, or the party. He also objected
en the grounds Hint It would bo Ini
lo.islhlu Io apportion 'the committee.
men according to the terms or tho res
cliitlon, Vlda offered an objection.
Johnson Gets Up.
These remarks brought Johnson to
his feet, Hid he vigorously supported
liHI mcasmc. He said that lie did not
sec what right the Territorial con
tention hns to mat.u rules nnd regula
tions rnr the County nnd district con
ventions, nnd the sooner tho Idea that
It has such right were demo away with,
Hie belter It would ho lor all con
Passing It Uo.
Hi nek spoke In IVivnr of passing U
up Io the convention. Johnson said
l.o would accept that. Clark objected
nnd Nagaran Fernandez came to hla
Johnson said on the mainland the
iciiinly committees handled only its
can county affairs, and bad the right
fo make rules governing Itself, with-
(lit Interference by the State conven
Morgan In the chair clodded that the
moIIuii was thoioiighly in order.
Vlda, lloycl, Drake, l.tllkahuil, Ilrocl.,
Fernandez and .lohnion took another
shot at the discussion, rcilernttng
their points mid comparing the sltun .
I'ou to almost everything between
heaven nnd earth.
Johnson's nmciulmcnt was put to
(1 o vote and lost. The original mo
tion to adopt the into ns last year was '
hen tarried unanimously, A motion !
to lake a recess was made.
Morgan asked If it was right to
have tho papers publish the traiii-iic
lions of the cominlttej. Drake said
they should not lie published before
they could he published as a whole.
Alter it short discussion It wns derid
ed not to take a recess.
The next tonple of rules were pass
id without trouble until It inuio to
Itillu 3, when there wns it 111 1 1 It. Ilojil
and others objected to Its passage tu
the Inrm It wns Inst year. It was ,
CREAM PURE RYE
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Ricli unci Mellow
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents
902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES . LIQUORS.
1:30 p. m,
to take a recess until I
(NET THB CURRENT
Trent & Company
lest men tu the Hunt uud all elnmuuta
must worl; together '1'1 tnu 'ea,il '-
jlonnl fiictluu possible.
f.l..... ..... II. m ll.n tul,tl tl ClrlR.
m IIVITf VVIIlb in. ,,,i.v w.nv", .t.w ,-
jjate io in a position to give the coun
sel which will cway piactlcal icsultD
Into a perfect dovetailing with the
Splendid advice lie haa coucMently
I Tho Senatorial nnd Kepresentatlvo
)lstrRts of Oulm are tho most luipor-
Jnnt of tho Tcrrltoiy. The legislators
elected from this Island will exuiclsu
ay 5" it
Boys and Girls
come as near be
ing perfect gar
ments as could
Little Tudor Sleepers
Arc Ideal Night Garments for
the little ones and never fail
I -r- - rilfri -
h riiixjr "--
' . wt.
The Original Shingle Stains
First made, ilrst In qn.iHly ami llrst
In tho favor of shlnglo-stalit users.
Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains
lnivo liccn usccl, imitated niul tilm.sctl for-over tvvciily yc.tiv,
littt no imitation or Htilntitutu 1ms tlio tlt'pth iitnl ui'lititsa of
color, tho Listing qttalitius or tlio wnotl-iirourvitijr vtiltic.
Wood ticatoel with Ihaso stains is ifoof nir-iiiisl decay or
injury by inscut.s, nntl thocolor,4 tiro i;ii:ir.intootl to Inat.
For simnlct, prices nntl Ktipplics, apply to
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd., HONOLULU.
SAMUHL CAIIOT, Sol Atanulacturtr, - 1I0ST0N, MASS
llllo, Sept. 11.-The ccliptincr V. II.
.M;irston, Captain (Iov. called Into hat
hor Kilday afternoon, chopped anchor
and was taken tn Its buoy by the , ..
Eleanicr llcleiic. Tho lllloulan from
Honolulu rolluvved In its wake and ' VWVWVVyVVWWVWVVVVVVyVWVtWVyiVIWWWVVWtWW
made fast lu Its buoy Just outside ot '
tho Mnrstou, Mrs. tlove accompanied
the captain on the trip, 'the vexjcl
will be in port about three weeks and
wlllU'iko nnotl er eaiBo of HiiRsir to '
San l-'ranrlscu, t'apL llcivu cxpcricnrcit '
an. unusual eiirrent near the toast ol
1 Hawaii thai eariied hlui out of his
tourse about fifteen miles in nolng
twenty, He fclKhtcd t'ape Kumiiknhll
I-'rlday inornliiK uliuiil twenty inllei
uwny. He tet his eoiirsc niaklnt; the,
usual allowance for turicul but wns
can led ns above elated, and was onl)
n row miles olf bhoie at lflclwal point !
lie deseribed It ns "a blront; vurictil
muvliiK to tho iiiirtlincst with n heavy
sag to Hie sotithvvestvvard near the
coasl." Water as deep as the oeeau
bed and comparatively narrow eliun
nels eaute tlroni; eiirrent anion e,U Hie
Islands, ho said. 'Mils iiirrcnt w.u
very dlslluet, ami unusual and explain
the KromidliiK of the .Manchuria mid
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
C. B. REYNOLDS,
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The UUSINES3 MAN'S HANDY IK
OEX, published In the Saturday Bull
tl.: and the Weekly Edition, give a
concise ana comoiet relume of all le
gal notlcei. calta for tenders, Judg
incnts,,, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75tT P" month. Weekly Bulletin
J1 liir vaar
Kr.lltklln-"l)ld the father KHe the
bride away?" I'mii "Yes, nnd paid
an KnuIUinnn a million dollars lu
ii 'sHawrrf.n ijjk:ir.i i u-ni.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
U going to be the leader
In attractions at Halelwa,
floonia are in demand and
there will not he accom
modations for all who
would go. Reserve now.
St, Clair Bidgood.
Little Tudor Rompers
give a pleasing variety to
wc-ircrs of the Play Suits.
Wc have just received a new
shipment of all three.
AGES: 1 fo 8 years.
PRICE: 65 cents each,
If you can get your clothes made to your Individual measure for
the came price as you pay for ready-to wear truck, wouldn't you
take the opportunity? We charge the same as the ready-to-wear
people, but we give satisfaction.
Our suits for $25. are beyond comparison In this town.
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Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
x Corned Beef Hash
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
are some ol
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