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Cube Pint, blk.,
wht. and atttd. col-
or., . '
Be . 6I254
Silk Finish Cro
chet Cotton, atttd.
Reg. Sc tpool
Hookt and Eyet,
Reg. pr cd..10c
Inv. Hair Pint,
plain and crimped,
Reg. .. 6c box
N. S. SACHS
GOODS CO ,
Strong Ticket Named
For Legislature And
County by Convention
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ARTHUR M. BROWN.
HENRY C. VIDA.
J. W. CATHCART.
F. T. P. WATERH0U8E,
D. KALAUOkALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIS.
8. C. DWIQHT,
A. V. GEAR,
CHAS. HUSTACE, JR.
8. W. LOQAN,
L. K. NAINOA,
M. K. LELEO,
C. F. CHILLINGWORTH,
L. L. McCANDLEBS,
W. O. 8MITH.
J. H. S. KALEO,
E. A. LONG,
E. W. QUINN,
W. T. RAWLINS,
A. D. CASTRO,
8. P. CORREA,
A. S. KALEIOPU,
H. N. KANIHONUI,
H. W. LELEIWI,
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Cotton Baiting, In Pearl Button., at- Angora Skirt P
blk., wht. and graft torted .lie., braid, 5 yd. to the A?
Reg 5c Reg, 3 dz. 25c p'ct, In a.iorted
Spec. Spec. color., (
G'r25 4dx.25 "eg l2l4e
8pee. 10d pc
SANDOW UNBREAKABLE DRESSINO
BLACK AND WHITE COTTON
6c G'""25 '
3 for 25c , 4 for 25
BLACK AND WHITE 8ILK
Regular. ., SPECIAL.
20c 7. 15 yd.
8ILK CORD ELASTIC:
Regular 5c per yd.
SPECIAL 2 yd.. 5
LADIES' HOSE SUPPORTERS,
In as.orted color.:
35 .j.j 25
THE HOOK ON HOSE 8UP.
In black and white:
Regular 3 dz. 25c.
SPECIAL 4 dz. 25
N S Sachs Dry
The Republican County Convention,
fitter an enthusiastic session, Willi
some warm cuueuses nnd soverul hot
committee Innings, enme to nn end
early In tlio very Hmnll hour. till,
There are the usual tllanppolnteil
onus, but, on tlio whole, tlio general
opinion KceniK to be. that the ticket
nunied for tlio Lcglslntur and County
olllc. la u strong one, one that should
carry the party to vlctoiy In the com
ing election. It Is made up, for the
moid purt, or men who are well and
favorably known to the community,
who have the public confidence and
whb are sure to make good If elected.
l'erhaps the, most real disappoint
ment was the defeat of-UllllnKham for
Supervisor, but It was not on the
books, evidently, for him to get. In.
Thube who were working for A. V Hear
for Supervisor fell short on a number
of votes which they located through
the method and combination of certain
Taking up tlio story of the Conven
tion where It was dropped III the hist
edition of the llulli'tli) yesterday, the
account of the proceedings follows:
Roe la Heard From.
During the wait for the Itules Com
mittee to coino In W. C. Hoe entered
tlio hall, attended by a yelling ciowd
of delegates. Amid wild cheers, liu
mounted the platform ami with his
own Inimitable manner and gestures
proceeded to orate. What hu sold re
mains yet unsolved mystery, for ev
ery word was the signal for a joyous
outbuiHt of "hurruys" from the crowd.
Hut occasionally a word or mi could
he distinguished. It was usually "I.
Just as ho was on the verge of apo-
plexy Chairman Harris led him off
the stage. Hut ho had to have, one
last word. What It was only lie
knows, for his upplauso when he rame
back was enough to turn the head of
a matinee Idol. Someone yelled
"(lood night!" and Hoe subsided re
luctantly. Evidently his enthusiasm
wus nut more than half veuled and a
nigger wus sttiat on the safety valve.
Majority Rule. Report
At 4 p. m., the convention ro-con-
vencd, and the report of the majority
Committee of Rules was read by Sec-
tetury Coellio as follows:
To the Chairman ami Members of the
County and District Convention of
the Island of Oahli.
fltntleniHii: Your Committee on
Rules and I'rrmiinent Organization beg
le.no to teport, recommending the fill-
gVKWNO BPLLBTIN, HOWOLPLB. T. H.. SATURDAY.
i Regular .
LADIES' DRESS SHIELDS:
20e 25e 30c 40c 60c
15 20 25 30 40
Regular 20c 30c 35c EOc
spec 15 25 30 40
3 for 10c 5c 3 for 25c
2 for 5 6 for 25 4 for 25
CQUNTY '8HERIFF A. M. BROWN,
Republican Nomine, to Succeed
MxxxKtfx w WXttu f tt
lowing rules, for the adoption of this
1. The permanent officers of till
convention shall be a Chairman, Vlce-
Chairman, Secretory. Treasurer Bnd
2. The order of business shall be an
A. Call of permanent roll.
U. ICIectlou of such other penua-
P. E R. Strauch
I3S00. On account of departure for
Chicago, 1 offer for sain thu beauti
ful resldeucu of Mr. Chuck Hoy at
Kuiiiehamcha IV. Road ut HALF
COST. This 11-rooiu building Is
modern finished tliruuguuut, with
largo, spacious verandahs. Fine
I.uwiib. Raro oruumeiitnl and fruit
tiees and a (uiibtuut cool breeio
make (Ills place a most attractive,
desirable and healthy residence.
Servant houses, wash house, largo
studies mill chicken I mis. It Is
170 x "10. Only one block from cat.
Rmill r.nlt.n. nn Vlnonr.l st . near
(Jtiu na ume. wuiKimr i tsiuuce or
- - .. a.
school and business. Tlrst comes
And other burgalns.
WAITY BLDQ.74'8. KINQ STREET.
1 "BEGINS ON MONDAY, SEPT. J 7th,
For Three Days Only.
Whalebone, in black and white
Retjilar 10c 12 Mc
SPECIAL 3 'Or 25 10
Silk Collar-bone, black and white
Extra Specials For Monday Only
ladies' Linen duster's, )
Regular $5.50 fe.SO $7.00
SPECIAL for MONDAY $NLY.. 8.1.00 85.00 85.50
ALPACA SHIRT WAISTS, In white, navy, black and red,
Regular $2 50
SPECIAL for MONDAY ONLY , 81.75
LAWN SHIRT WAIST SUITS, In bla ck and white, and blue and white,
SPECIAL for MONDAY ONLY 83.25
nent officers as hate nol already been
C Report of Committee on Resolu
tions. D. Nomination of County and Dis
trict officers shall be In the follow lug
order: Senators, Supcrvlsor-at-Largc,
Sheriff. County Clerk, County Attor
ney, County 'treasurer and County
K. Immediately utter the nomina
tion of candidates for said offices, a
recess shall be taken and the lesnei-
,tlve delegations from the several ills
iricts .null retire uud nominate can
didates for members of the Hoard of
Supervisors and Deputy Sheriffs.
V. Upon the reconvening, of tlio
Convention :i recess shall be taken and
tlio respective delegations from the
Fourth uud Kllth Representative Dis
tricts shall retire and .numluute can.
dldates for representatives to the I.e(
(1, Upon the reconvening of the
convention, such muiilnutlons shall be
niinoiinceil to the conveutloh by the
chairman of the respective delegations.
And upon the failure of uuy delegation
iiio ngiee upon u nominee tor uuy
L County ofllee within u reasonable lime,
ouventlou ahull proceed lu make
I 11. Kloetlon of County Committee;
Kaciijirecluct shall announce. Its choice
for committeeman agreeably to Section
l. Article v, of thu rules of the Repub
I. Any other bu.iuess that may be
iirougui.ueiura ine convention
3. lu making nomination, tor oltlco,
I he voting shall In all cases where
there Is more than one nominee be by
secret ballot and It ahull be compulsory
iiikjii each delegate before ca.tlm: u
ballot to euter'the booths provided for
that nurpoae. and mark his ballot.
-I. That there shall ho four.dlffeiuut
u. llallot for nominations p'rovlded
for In Rule 2, .Section U, of white paper.
h. llallot for' liline uh provided Hi
Section IS shall be or green paper.
c HallOLH for HepieseututlvcK .nu
(lie l-'burtli Representative District
shall he blue paper.
d. Uallots for tho ltepreneiitatlds
01 me KUtli Represeututlvn District
shall he of cherry miner.
No ballot, shull be used except lliosn
authorized and furnished by tho chair-
iiiuii of this convention.
5. That the hallotlug for candidates
of this contention be us follows: Un
tho call of the chairman commencing
with the I'ourlh District, First I're
duct and thereafter In regular iiuuier'
leal onlei-, tuklng the Fifth District In
thu tame numeilcJl order.
0. Thut the judges uf the electlop,
tellers and all other necessary oilUcs
In connection with thu liullotlug be up-
pointed by the ciiairniuu.
..1 A ilikl.iitiitjk ul.rill ilaolminlA tifa
". .- m
cnoice oy marniUK u cross, iiius: a, oh
tno rixlit bund side of the ballot, op-
posltu the name or names of the (ail-
dldulu or candidates tor whom he de-
"I"1" " Wrte.
SEPT. 15, 1009.
45e ....'.... 35t
10c per yd.
3 for 25
LEATHER WRIST BAQ3:
variety of different colored
various .tylee, .Izes and
F. T. P. WATERHOU8E
x. In case of mlsmnrklng for candi
dates for uuy olllce thu ballot lu w tilth
such mlsmarklng Is done suuii ne voiu
only us to the ufflce with reference to
which such uilsuitirKlliE occurreu.
9. In order to secure the nomination
for any office the candidate must re
ceive u majority of all the voles cost
lu. H, after three ballots shall have
been taken without (securing u nom
ination unv delegatu muy oto for uuy
ellKlble tiersou notwithstanding 'the
Humiliations shall hue been closed
11. Kvery candidate for noiuluulion
for u County or 1-enlslutlve otiuo snau
before the hallollng begins, If present,
openly pledge himself before thu con
vention to accept and abide by thu re
stilt of the ballot, or. It absent, furnish
satisfactory evidence to the chalrmnii
tnerco; tunc no win no nu,
12. A mnjoilly of the membership
of the loinentlon tdmll constitute u
ciuormu for tint transaction ui nut nun
lues or the convention.
13. No member of tho convention
hIiiII Miciik longer than live minutes
uii.iiuy stibjecl'comlng before the con
14. These rules may bo suspended
by three-fourths vole pf the delegates
This was followed by the reading of
the minority report, ns fullows:
MINORITY RtM.i:S HKl'OKT
Wo the iiudei signed, inoiulicrs of tho
CommllteM on Rules, here ugreo with
the majority lejiort of said louimlltco
with the exception known us Section
II relutlug to election of'Coiinly Com
lull tee. lu the Interest (if proper up.
portiounieiit of said committeemen, we
belli e that lu arcordnnce with the
voting power of the two districts ns
shown by the last election the appor
tionment should ho us follows:
The Itcliresentulhe District having
cast the hlRlmst number of otes lu the
last geneUI election for Delegatu to
Conk-icss. sixteen, nnd the Represen
tative having cust tho lower number
of votes at such election llflceu. Such
County Committeemen shall be up
HAIR PINS, plain and waved,
Reg. per doi. SPEC.
.. ..'M e 20
PINS in plain and waved, '
Shell Back Comb.
AMBER BACK COMBS
AMBER SIDE COMBS
Peg. pr pair 25c 35c COc
special 20 25 50
shell side combs
Reg. pr pair 20c COc $1.00
SPECIAL 15 50 75
2 for 25c 25c
3 for 25 20
BINDING RIBBON, as.orted color.:
SPECIAL 10 PC
FANCY COL. FEATHER STITCH
BRAID, G-yard piece.:
Regular . . .
SPECIAL . ,
pointed by'tf.c chairman of the Coiiii
ty and District Contention on the nom
ination of the respective precinct del
egations so that each precinct shall
nave at least one committeeman.
He It I-'iirther Resolved. That the
County Committee shall hae the right
lo mnse aim niter mien (iioi iiicousisi-
nnt hi.rnulth nnr IllrnnHlatMIlt with the
geueral rules of the Territorial Com-IVIda
mlttce) for the government of the.
County Committee and all subordinate
JAMKS F. M0IK1AN.
W. V. DRAKK,
J. S. AKA.
A. T. HROCK.
II J. JOHNSTON.
Harris ruled the minority report out
nf order as being Inconsistent with
tho rules ol the Republican party.
As Coclho had to leave for Maul,
Mr. Crawford was appointed In his
place. Coellio wus given a otu or
Colonel Jone. Appeal..
Colonel Jones annealed irom tun rul
ing of thu Chair, und usKcd for n ilivi
5 or inci cjnair, unu usscu ior u iiivi- i
in or the house i
slim of the house
The ruling or thu Chair wa. .us
lalued, unild wild excitement, with
calls for a roll cull.
"The announcement having been
iiuestloued. the Chnlr thinks that lu
Justice to Itself a roll call should be
made," said Harris; anil sucii wus
pioceeded with, the Chair being sus
tained, the Fifth voting solid to sus
tain. A vote making the vote unani
mous was adopted. The reHirt of thu
majority was then ndopted.
Colonel Jones moved that thn minor-
!ly report hu taken as a recommenda
ly IL1H1IL 1111 lunril un o I .-nniii,-iiii-
ion to the Cei.trul Committee for con
Hlderatlon. A rising v.te wus taken.
on which the motion wus declaied
Kuleiopu said tho Chair wns nut of
order, as the report had been reject
ed, and It could not he resurrected.
Colonel Jones suld that the slightest
amendment of the report would make
ll now matter, which might hu put he
foio thu bouse.
Kclekollo. the "Hoy Orator," In his
usual Inimitable style, suld thn Chair
could not resurrect a man who had
died and had been laid In his gnne.
The committee's report was dead and
it was no usn the call the doctor.
Harris recommended to Introdncn
the motion under the head of "oilier
business, which may come before tho
convention." Jones said he was will
ing to do that, If the house would oto
unanimously for It. There was no ob
jection from the house.
C. I.. Crabbo was nominated ns vlro
president of tho convention. Kulei
opu was nominated, but withdrew in
favor of Crubbe, who thoieiipon with
drew, Al. Monro said Kalclopii should
In Ice It. Nominations were closed
and ho wns elected.
Calling the Roll.
Colonel Jones noiulnated W. A.
Drown for treasurer. I.. I.. SlcCnnd
- lPlilt wn BiB(, nominated hut with
Bone Collar But
tons, Reg 10c dz.
3 dz. for 25
Clark'. O.'N. T
Crochet Cotton, In
0 for 25
Lace Pins, In wht.
and a.std. colore, 1
dz. on card,
N. S. SACHS
diew, IlreckoiiH was nlso uomliinteil
nnd elected sergeant at nrms.
The next business wa the rnllliu:
cf thu roll. Colonel Jones moui1 that
this hu dispensed with. Kclcliollo ob
jected, hut ll was duiii) anuy with.
The ri'port of thu Commlttr i on
Resolutions was then read 1. A.
Doiltllltt mnVfit til nitmit thn n imrl
moved to amend it by inserting
n plank endorsing the Delegatu to Con
gress. Doiithltt said he would cou
rt nt to the niuendmcnt with iile.isuie
The reiort, ns niuonded, was ndopteil.
TV aicriioiiso iiioed to adjourn until
:S0"p. m., hut the motion wis down
eil by loud objections.
Thu nomination for Senntoru win
next taken up.
Colonel Jones nominated Charles I'
Chllllngworlh. Ho was u well known
ouiig man, who would do what was
right If ho went lo the Senate Ills
word wns as good ns his bond.
Knlllmnl nominated i:. K. I.llllm
lanl. He had scncil live terms In hu
, , - .,.,,.,, , ,
Miar Cox noiulnated I.. I.
Osiar Cox nominate,! I,. I, Mcl'aml
id tried to
apptoprlulo not only for the henellt of
Honolulu, hut also for the country ills
Iricts. lie hud fought hard as u Sen
ator for the past four uars, und thu
tecord he had established should In
sure his re nomination.
Andrew Cox seconded Chilling
worth's nomination. He said ho hud
held the position of Deputy Sheriff to
tho full satisfaction of I bo people.
W. O. Smith Named.
llernard Kclekollo nominated V. ().
Smith with ii speech which put nil
other efforts to shame. Hu needed, ho
suld, no letomiueiiilatlou. Hit had
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. ' ",Trrl,"r- f ,'"" ' ,e "B0"f " ""3
"'b'"'"1- 1 'e lle inlniito rule was
sprung on the Roy Uiulor, and tciml-
uuted his effort.
Kulnna, n leudlng haclnlriver, nomi
nated C. II. Malic, whom ho described
ns nu Independent man win, iu) Htrlugs
on 1. 1 in. The Republican party would
will sin cess by distilhutlug the "spoil"
In thu right way.
Hurry Johnson motcd In closo thu
nominations for Senators, nnd thu mini
Inatlous for Supervisor ut-l.argo be
gnu. Jnck I.uras nominated v. W. Ilur-
lls. He wus n jo.ng man whose per
lecs hud been equalled by no one. Ho
wns a sure "getter."
Harris Bv Acclamation.
It. W llreckous nsked to nmeiul the
nomination by closing nominations,
mid choosing Harris by neclamailoii,
r.nd Hint his name bo omitted from thu
ballot when 11 t-nmti lo tho oto. This
wus unanimously curried.
Mnkalenn nominated A. M. Drown
for Sherlrf. lie said all knew him nil
over the islands. Ills record was a
good ono, which everyono would sup
Dcuilliltt seconded the motion und
nsked that thn nomination be madu
by acclamation und his name omitted
from the ballot.
(Continued on Page 4.)