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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY, SEPT 15, 11-OtJ.
rv '., KxTnt Sunday,
at 120 K.ntr St'r, Honolulu,
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Nofiry Public. Kliit .luilli ml Circuit.
SA'I' hVW . .-a:ii C. He.
Of nil the b- i ik thai ii'ini i tu i .ii ill
the pollllinl lulil who i alt" .i II ir
bus pruiiil!- if In iiu; ilo iii"-l lone
Had mi Aui-ileaii iI.ik hem siri'ti lint
iitrr the'liw of Kfriel iiilllg ImhHIis
for ilelV.nies. Hie imoimrully wnuM
lllive beetl lolllpltl
Take liihil w.im-. (c Unwed by fake
oartluiiinkea luic aided inulcrlull In
upMrtlUK all the li.nl unnies Hawaii
may tune iieen jui'ii
. i ,, , , ,
3hairld',Preiii'jnl l(inxei Uh linp.ii
floned 'iiililicw to Culiiii liniirgcnis
l-rliic forth a ! mr .iiiimiiIiiii, whnl
cm tin ihiui i. .an do '
IT It rained while lln'. weie In lllio
the eiifltirs hsd a taste of Ihe uliloni
pioved fait lliat llawuli has u little
hitlers to tluse lt wl.lM
It was an historical toim'iitlou. The
first within ths inlt.d amies to
the secret ballol Km the good naine
of llunull. iiiny If he the hod.
It Is not huji of optortuuliy that
prutenu Delegate Kiiliiu from being a
lulltlcal lioss. The hiulni'-ii men liiul
Irom him Ihe iiiiictlt il belli thai toiilit
eil . .
The nomlunlloii of .louii ilughi"
mukea II a reilull.lv Unit theie will
he one full u'oinlid Aiuei lean tlll'i
In the l-Klhhilure of Hie 'lenltorj ill
Hawaii, lie 'was ln In lielaud.
Whlil's the uiJ of ti)lllg to keep
nllvo tlml foolish jam id the (nun
lien having iixt the taxpayeis H'.'ill.lilnl
mine lliiin Ihe old svaleiu id lenlnil
Irntlon? It 1h nnl tine, und the peo
plo Know It.'
DlUV-KLuim's' ixncrlcute Miiivvh the
illttliatUi or toliig to do business uiul
iii.iiii... .it Hi., itinie lime Few men
cull divide tlieniMlves Into u hollow
Mpinre mid lip on two lluhling flouts
nt tluTsdnio Mint'.
llrgaltti Dav Ii.ib not In I nnj tif.il"
drawlUB powei on I lie homo jicople.
t.ltliuugh ihe long iiollllial hours ol
tills vyciir muse mall) to ifspnuil Willi
u feelliiK 'ikin li u nlKlii-beliiii-liie-rouilli
If Carter weie ieveu?t fill what h"t
ter fcourte of .fintipluess eniild he usk
lliiin lltuwn tailing fur tlm oiioitunily
to pledge hllllKelf III the pl.ltloi'lll
ItiMii'illy emloi- nig ihe udmliilslratlou
of (lovernor tieorgn It. Curler.
With all due nspi t In his oppo
ncnlR. tlm llullellii pledges Itself to
tho rcotivlclinu thai the Itepuhllcnn
ilelegntea soledcd lht uhlest jii osccu' -lug
olllier of lluwiill when t liny named
John V. Cnilitait for County Attor
ney'.' br'yiin'B N'fcw Yuik addiess dedaied
for bubllu ownership or nil inllioad.s. j
graded Inconti lax und death to Die
'I I lists. Sum" id the fellows who I
whooped il up for 1 tr n it in- u louseivu-1
tlvcMite wondering vvluit he has been !
leedlug on since 'he) list suw lilm ,
When the United Klines Congicsa1
ninlles u chance In Hawaii's Oiganlcl
Act 'nnd lliefef.y lefuiei our imiplo lli
light In oiK'iulzc lou, lounly and
municipal goveiumeiils, when that
u.i) comes (he I7iu of Ituasia will lit
flctally exchange seats with the I'resl
if lit of tlic I'liitftl States.
Cuba's million-ton sugar crop pre-,
dhted b nvs agents of the Tnut
lll now lie postponed to nvvnlt ndvlcesj tbete will be ninny surprises In the re
iroin the Insiirrcnls paid by the annex milt of election il.iy. Not all the lank
atlotilKtH Meanwhile Hawaii might na anil file of chii tho Uepublkun part)
well m.ike u little hay while the sun will foiever Hand despicable attacks
bines on this section of the globe ,
llltrltt Atl.irney Jeioiuc Is assist-
lug the fame of William Iiiuloli't I
ilwrsi by calling lilm nuiiles. A few
'more -hnulil eleit the gentlrman l
I I a wlf-H-ekir. a iicliillsl. n fllow
I-Id. etc.. itc. and still enjuyi ,i stead ,
ilv glowing xuppuit fioin lutilliMiil
pHuple who bclleu 111 mm who do
i III IKK.
THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Republican dtlci'aloi to the District
unu I'uuiit) ioiiititloii of (JjIiii have
u.imed .i Hi Let that should have the
solid Hiipiioit of the Ili'inibtUnn iiinl:
and tile fioin Hint to lust.
The Bulletin believes this Sllppott
will be given mill the straight ticket
I'Ulllei! to u splendid victory III the
j. The patty has neer put a
sltongcr loiiililnntlon In the lliht. It
Is thoroughly repicscnlutlve. well bal
unci'il and caliulated to Uihold Ualiu'H
lepiitatlon for setting u progiiMslve
.262tila In governmental .'idinliiiMi.itlon.
Tlie pii'llmluary ndlie from the I
1 louse of DlK.iipiilutiiieut that the Ik
piibllciinn iii'are to sinilih tertalu
of 1 1 .itiilld.ilcs will not be followed
by u b.ikei'K ilni'ii of honest Itepllbll
iiiUH who m-Ii good goM'iiiliieul. nil
less a t'ontliiuciia factional war Is
'Ihe particular fecllne of resent meiit
i dlreited against SlierlH llrown. Yet
Hie ludllituali whose outcry has betll
loud UKUiui'l Ihe nun for mouths were
I ot able to iii'mlcr HiiriUMeiil force with
in the i.iity to een pill u man In (lie
Held to contest his nomination.
The excuse made Is Unit llmniiit
I'ollllcul machine wuh loo slroiiK l
he iiiliqili'icil. 'I his Is iure and till
.lilmilllHlratloii of Ills tilllce not heeil
ueiieiall) suilHfaitoiy II would hat
been Imponslhli for him to hccuie re
iiiiuiliiallou. lunch lesH wlllioul u ion
test The pisiiile luw had auiile oiiol-
luiilty to mai.e up I heir iiilud on tie'
llrowii tpiestliili and the Mile of the
Hi publlian convention Is the answer i
'Ihe man has been p.iluttil In the
blackest color which u piejiulliei!
iiltlc mill iiiiifeiuieilly l)lng ri'iiort
loiihl cieate. The miswer to tho at-1
lack Is lenomluiitlou by accluiiiiillou.l
And there was no lack of Independent
nnd fearless thinkers In tlm tonwii
lion. Vlil.i Is another who has been scl-1
cried for iitlink and the reaiioiiM- lias
been linidl) b'KK liosltlve than In the
tai-e of lliown. Vlda was a "good
mill" wlille he wus politically also
elated with IhoM' now Unifying him
The people see through this. The
Kliauge part of II Is that anyone thinks
they can be fooled.
There Is always tho possibility tli.il
the Individuals pi etching opposition
to lliown or any others on tlm ticks t
against whum they may have a pi i
Konnl grudge will continue their dam
itglng woik through the campaign. We
iTOGK - aOND B0l,
TMfHT - lNSUhAu A-lnrk
Maklkl District, Klnau St. Lot
50 x 00, Six Rooms. Price J1000
maunlficent building site $1500
Kallhl, cor. Lot at good eleva
tion, 105x150 $700
Kalmuki, half acre, Just one block
from Car line $800
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT,
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT Sts.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd..
Comer Fort and Merchant Sts.
is going to be the leader
in attractions at Halelwa,
Rooms are In demand and
there will not be accom
modation! for all who
would go. Reserve now.
St. Clair Bidgood.
say n possibility but hope that the
(amine campaign will be marked by
the exhibition of n glimmer of Bensc
liom that section of the community.
.Should the threat be mrrpnl out.
Irom ti allots. It Is always possible to
ttril.c back. If. for Instanie, Brown
a , he knifed by men posing ua the
political beillellows of 0 Smith,
., unit,',, for Uiown's friends to
B, ,, (1,..r,i la, j,, ,,f their own
if it . , iJ(. a UnllliiK campaign, tar
liflli'i that the progium should be
cpelteil out rally In the game in that
when the llnal count mint"- the tuning
of nil lunula may be done decently anil
'Ihe llullellii knows that Smith will
r.uppoil lliown and eery other mem
her of the ticket ami Will do Ills lit
must to pound wisdom Into the heads
of his find frit nils. Hut In this in-
Eunice, it Is up to the rrleiidr. A ile-Hln-
on their part to san lib e the good
work done by parly workers hai prom
he of bellis sallslled to satiety If they
onto sturt out on the plan which
the) me Inii'M'l aihulning III the lu
ll lest of fuitloual war and personal
Ittpiibllians of O.ilni have no occa
Mini to upollglre for their ticket. It
If made up of men experienced In pub
lic life und the general duties of the
olllio to which each will he elecud
They ure men who will gle the Tirn
tory und the Count) honest and fill
The llllllillli Is coullileiil the mini
lneen wllhol.t exeeiillun deserve nnd
will reielve the enthuslahtlc KUiioit
of the party lank and lile, und that
traitors will llud this is not their J ear.
M AND llld
Mar dial Hendry last night selied the
tug Tearless und prepared to sel?e the
iillcdgcr I'.ulllc us the lesull of u ilam-
nge libel for $I.Yooo tiled ngalnst them
by tlie owners of the stliisuicr .Mary
i:. p'oslei The Mruuillug of the
hchooiier on Match 1 Is the gliiunds
It was .ihown that the tug in lowing
the Coster out of the hmhor, had to
go m far out of tlm way of the diedg
er. which was Ivlng In tho channel
that the Mhooner wuh gioumled. Hlic
had to turn back and to be laid up Tor
ii inoiilh for repairs, while her sugar
cargo was transshipped.
The Weekly Edition or the Evening
bulletin gives a couiplete sun'marv ot
ho news of Ino dav. For ill year.
"RENT and company
''Three Moves Are as
Bad as a Fire."
HOW TO AVOID
Take advantage of one of
those bargalna offered by us.
Home In desirable part of city
at sacrifice and on easy
terms. Splendidly situated
lota in Kalmuki and Manoa,
which mutt be sold.
Trent & Company
Hoys and Girls
come as near be
ing perfect gar
ments as could
Little Tudor Sleepers
Are Ideal Night Garments for
the little ones and never fail
t ) please.
Little Tudor Rompers
give a pleasing variety to
wearers of the Play Suits.
We have just received a new
shipment of all three.
AGES: J fo 8 years.
PRICE: 65 cents each,
STRONQ TICKET. NAMED.
(Continued from Page 3)
Secretary Casta Ballots.
Johnson said tho Committee on
Hules had provided for the casting of I
n ballot by tlm srcietary In such
leases, Douthltt moved mat uio sccre
itnry enst n ballot or both llrown nnd
'Harris. This was ruled out of order
at (he nominations must bo made lie .
illvl.luallv. He then made separate I
motions, which can led unanimously,
nnd was done.
Gorman nominated David Kalauoka
laid Jr for County Clerk and on mo
tion by Jones the scuetnry cast n bill,
lot nominating lilm.
II. T, Lake moved that those who
had been nomlnult'il .should take ti
pledge to support the nominees of tin
convention. Ho vn tilled out of or
Son of Kamehameha.
Ilarbotlle liomlimted O. A. Long for
County Attorney, und made a long
smi'cli. tlatlne he was n descendant
n Kamehaineha, educated on the
.t.ililo,i.l hIhi tkL...t llio tlnu'ntlllllS
I not by rnii! nnd olor. but as sons of
1 tin' poll, to support Mm.
It. V. Ilreckons noinlnnted J. V.
Cnthcait. lie knew him well, nnu
l,ne ln would be a valuable man for
the position. II was the loiiseiisus of,
opinion or the legal liaternlty Hint he
was the ablest of the men mentioned
for the omcu. '
OI.it Sorensou notainated I innl: An
iliaile, wheiuiiiKjii the nuiiilnatloiis
Kaleloim lioinliiated I'red. T. P. Wa
terhuiuc for Count) Ticasurer. Ills
record was well known ns nn till
cli nt olllter or Ihe last Legislature,
lie had worked there Irrespective of
luce mid tolor. Alex tiarvlo moved
to havu the sccrclurv cast n ballot.
Willutil llrown uoniluated .las. Illck
tit'll for County Auilllor. Ho was bum
in Hawaii und had already niado a
good retonl In that imsltlon.
Joti Pierce nominated II. M. Dow.
Kiiuewn nomliinted T. C. Amaiin,
who had been u bookkeeper nnd wan
now an excellent tax (ollcctor, who
was (niupftcnl to take the olllce.
Hurry .Murray moved In take n re
cess until 7:30 p. m. .las. Ltoyi! mov
td to take the ret ess and then the DIh.
trlct of Honolulu letotivene liumeill
itlely thereafter. KuMopii
.Li- ...... ,i i. i.s.,,.11 i
iiitn iir , hi ,-,i-'i int.. .,'- ,i,,. ii ,i,, I . , .t. i a.
Clrtl et neimrntely Kelekollo sec- ""' disappeared, as did also the
I'luled Knlelofu'H niolloii. (i.A.lU'!v,r,ll"w'IM"l"M' , ,.
vis move.t Hint the i onveiitlon ndlouin , "I attribute my prompt relief and ultl-
until 7: Mil, but found no second. Luctis
mid tint separation suggested by Kn
lchipii could not be uiado. Knlelnpu
wlllidivw bis motion Doutlilll moved
that liolh the tlelegatlons liom the
I'oiiltli und the Klllh lemaln mid noiii
lliiltn HupervlHrtf'il'nml llcptity HherliT,
Curried, Tho lonveutlon pioper then
n recess until 7:'M p.
Muriuy moved that Ihe vote be tak
III lui the Depilt) Sheriff mid one rill
s. ii im iiisi in iiiii; tin t ii uiiii sriit- tin
lervlsor fioin this l-lfth mid two ftcmi
the I'ourtli DlsJrlU. Curried
On motion by Ciabhuuutl Iloyd, Hur
1 is -was elected t halriiinu or the can
uis and KiiKene Alii secretary.
I.lllkuluul iiomluuled Chas. 1 Instate
Maistou Campbell iiomlnntcd Wal
ler lllllltiKham for HupcrvlHor.
David Kama uomluatnl Naitnrnu
I'eiliandez. "s ' I
Drake nominated A. V. dear.
Joe I't'i il nominated S. C. IIwIkIiI.
On motion of Al. Moore liomitinllons
i iosi d.
Kulelopu nomluatid Henry C. Vlda
lor Depu'y Sheriff, stutlnc that he
wus a kooiI, honest Hi'pilldlcun.
Abrulium Kekul nominated Jack Kn
laklelu, wlicn'iipon uomlnutlous clou
td. Iloyd moved to take n recess mid
that the Fourth District ko lulu can
ins to nomluuti' Representatives
This was curried nml Harris was
elected chnlt mnii mid Knlaiiokiilanl Jr.
(Ico, A. Davis nomliinted V. T, llavv
llfTs for Itepresentntlve. .Ills record In
public nnd prlviilu Hie would bear the
ilosesi seriitiuy; Ihut If any orKaulza
lion of which he wus u memh.'r, op
posed the iioinlnntloim of tlie Itepubll
inn party, he would choline tho patty
end not the orKunlzatloii.
Davis spoko In favor of order, nnd
Fecnndcd HiiKhen' iiomliiutloii. He
said tlie newspapers were wnllltiK lor
n chaiiio to tllscreillt the inecllni; mid
rliould not he kIvcii It. Nominations
then i Itim.it, und
Iloyd iiomlnuli'il Duke Knliaiinmokti.
J. I'. .MorKn nominated II. V.
Kntunkati nomliinted Daniel Kkahn.
I.utus nominated 1C. A laiiiK,
l.lllkiilutii nominated Knlllinal,
Neeley noinlnuleil .1. II, H. Kalco.
I'uiheio uoiuliialeil A. I). Custio.
Alio her ilclcuule nominated A. (I.
HUH another nominated John M. Ke-
Another nominated Nuknpnahu.
HieckoiiH uomlnuted J. A. HiikIich.
A recess wuh taken until X p. m,
Upon the nlKht session of the cim
ventlou belli); culled to older, (Jliulr
man Hurls stilled Tiat It would hu
(list necessary for ull candidates to
i ome befoio thu convention und ilu
iluro Ihemselvori tently to nbhlo by
the icsults of thu ballotlui;.
lie asked a crowd stuuillue In the
doorway mul lobby to Ki't Inside; nth
wise ho would set the Hewunt-nt-ivrms
on them. (I.nimhtei.)
Chits, P. Clilllllitjworth, for Hemilor,
iluipei and cheered, Hleiiei to the
platform to say that ho would plcdKo
niitiseir to niiitio ny tno imtioi mm
support tho Itepuhllcnn plntroim.
Of the Royal Blood.
"Ileio I urn!"
It wits tho voice of K. K. I.lllkulaul.
"2.1 lor yon!" cnniu n cry, (Cheers.
I .! li kit lun 1 pledKi'd hliiibelf,
"Take the hunch ultosether for tlm
pledKo!" eiled someone,
I.. I.. McCundlcSH was next,
W. O. Huiltli followeil, loudly cliivr-
il. He sitBKi'sted thu wholo bunch
beliiK iiIc.Iki'iI nt once.
1 C. II. .Mullo'H pledKO enmo next. With
.easy Kinco ho took (he oath of sub
mission lo the ballot and tho plntroim.
I let n ended Hut Senators.
Kor County Attorney: Cat Ins A.
j l.onn 0 heeled) hwoiii Ills swear. John
lV. Cuthcurt (tiuiuundoiisly clteetvd)
- s. f;!,
'- t S? nliaaaaal
t fft '?,, -',m '!
msyrrA . .,?
MR. AUKCD PLCAU.'
Mr. Alfred I'lcau, an expert machinist,
173 Ht. John Street, Quobco City. Can.,
"Two years ago, an accident neccs
ultatetl my coiillncment for several
weeks. The good health I had enjoyed
was slipping away and there developed
a complication of diseases. My phy-
slclnn said my caso vras one of general
"Among the many allmonts which
developed was a serious attack of ca
tarrh, which annoyed mo considerably
and kept mo avvako whole nights.
decided to give Peruna a trial
and toon found It acting as a wonder-
' M tonic to my tyttcm. The catarrh
' rretr less severe ana snorny alter-
i male euro entirely to tho usu of Peruna
and cladlr recommend It."
For special directions everyone
i snouia reaa "ine nia.oi i.iie,- a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
rona la for sale by the following drug
glata and will supply the retail trade
n Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
& Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
1 "T ?WJ"
I - , . . .
I s.nl,,,u,,t " e0, ",,'!tly:, A "'lc ,',""." ,'"
I !.. I.ll iiliiili,1 In I I n it'll I In 111 nf lift
tho hall Khoiited In Hawaiian Hint lie
hud no hulr" (laniKliler.) Frank
Andiado, warmly ictelved, look his
ple.lne us mi as) Irani to tho County
,1,1 II..1 ....II .. A. ..lit.... -n-
.1111111111' llll'I.IM'll, till llllllillli, I
lelvetl iMilhiislnstlcnlly. IihiIc the
pletlKe. 11. M. Dow came next fur the
same olllce. lie received clietTK When
ho hail taken the pIcdKf. Joo It. Kit
uewn, nlsu for Antlilor, pledttetl him
rulf nml was veiy loudly cheered.
Brown Speaks Up.
Harris nearly forpo: A. M. llrown,
ritr Hluirlrr lint llmwn utMilte mi nmtil
iheei.i; look the platform nml the
plc.li;o nlmost slinitltmiisuisly. K. T.
I. Wutfihoiise followed, for Tr.ensur
i r, nml Kiit Ids shnto of enthusiasm.
Il KuLiiioknlunl then pledged hlmseli
mnlil n kooiI lot of cheets. W. V. Hur
iIh look his tin n lit the pledKO busi
ness. He was handed u noisy lot of
Ballotlny Begins. '
A' '.i oi lock tin iiniintinK sinricti
CilK-'lin Alu culled out the names of J
the delegates, one by ono, precinct by
l.ri't'lnct, uud iih tho names weie call
ed each man sM'Ppt'd to the htuge und
r.ourht u seciet balloting cubby-hole
at tuo liack theri-or, extin overhead
eleellles being Hwltcheil on, as It wus
loiiiid not light enough.
Thole were Jtl.sl 23 booths; Miintt
obri't'vi'd tha Hlgtilllcuiit tiiiinher with
Davis Gets It.
When (leo. A, I lav In mounted the
tago thero worn cheers Irom Hurry
Murray, Jliniulo Iloyd mid C. A. Dou
thltt, mul .1 iithc m.
Tho cheeiiiig ills nrhed Ills usual
equanimity to the extent of his nlmost
forgetting his ballot.
There was n noise In tho hall. All
that timid be distinguished wns the
voice or Jmk l.nius, with his coat off
(owing to (ho lieu; of tho night), say
ing: "This Is n fieo iotulry
vo'lo a free people, mid I'll do as 1
Later thcrn was heard from Ihe
I.UUIU volcanic but honest and earnest
sou i ce.
"No! I'm not nfinld of you put
thai In your pipe, will you!"
Desi ending to tho pit ugiiln he took
u cigar fioiti (ho Sheriff nml ielaed.
Dole Is Cheered.
As K .1'. Fogar.y descended fioin
casting his ballot, Judge S. II, Dolo
passed along tho ulsle lo leave I ho
hull u moment. The eiowtl gave Dole
a gieut ovation, mul Fugaity, thinking
It wns addressed to lilm. bowed hli
Among those noticed In tlm boxes
nt the convention weie: Deputy Tux
Colleilor Francis. W. C. Howe. Ahram
Lewis, Dr. J. S. II. I'rutt. John Hughes,
Chtieiiee II. Cooke, C It. lluekluiul,
Win Hiivldge, Daniel Logan, A. J,
Campbell, I.otrlu A. Thiiiston, Wllllo
( hamburlaln, Judgo S. II, Dole, Dele-
guto to Cougrcas Ktihlo,
When (hoso out lor Supervlsoilul
olllce lame iii Nngatnn Fernandez In- !
lonetl his pledge. Loud cheera. A. V. j
Ciear (Soincthliig Doing At Tho Zoo)
wns loudly cheicd. us he emphasized ,
his oath. James ()uluu energetlciilly !
nnd earnestly declared Itlmscir nn i
uiiliter ll. c. Vlila dpclnlmeil hit
Jnck KaluUleln mndn his littlo
i'.ieecli with shnuldeis sipiateil and ie
tolled an epri'Ht,lou of nppieclatloii.
It was found easier uud quicker, In
tho balloting, to have the delegates
t Kim each pit Unit go on tho stagy hi
a body and have their names checked
back by the tellers. This was donu
I v-tion Ihe Third of the Fourth was
lulled on and was kept up.
289 Ballots Cast.
It was found that for Senntors, At
torney nnd Alldltdr there were 289
ballots enst nnd 391 names checked
off. Tho work wn'n if) (ilpto Hint Chnlr-
man Harris named jellcrs.to take the
I votes for Supervisors nnd Deputy
.Sheriffs. Chas'. Arnold and A. St. C.
Pllanata, Irom Ine rifth. and Al
Moore and O. S..Swayne, from tho
Fourth, were appointed. ,
I The vote showed: ClilllltiEWorth 24b
(nominated), l.llikalunl 88; Malle US;
MiCamllosa 107 (nominated-; Htnllli
205 (nominated) ; Audinde 2(1; Cath
cart 170 (nomliinted): 1-ong 8.1; Hick
pell 131; Dow .11; Ktltiewn 10.".
1 No candidate Tor Audilor lecelved n
majority nml n second ballot was or
dered nt the snino lltnu ns tho votu Tor
Ilcprescnlnllves, The rnndldntes for
Itcpresetitntlves then pteilKed them
n'lvt'B to abide by the ballot and sup
port tho parly platform, John HitKhes
deeply emphasized his oath, recant
less of RitciosB or failure, il. W.
Uuliiii was most enthusiastically rr
lelved. Tin" pletlse of V. T. Hawllns,
lk at home, wns read by thu Chair.
II M. Dow, thanklnr, tho deler.ates
'for their voles, Kracefully wlthdiow
Irom the rare lor Auditor.
Shortly after mldiilchl, tho follow
ing results were ntiiioimccd:
District of Honolulu Walter nil
ilingham, 89; Samuel C.'DwtKht, 1115;
, Nagaran Fernaiuler, 7-1; A. V. Oenr,
1 1 12; Charles Mustacc, Jr... 120; J. C
I Dcputv Sliprlff, District of Itonolu
I In J. S. Knlnklela, 97; II. C) 'Vlda,
1 One hundred mid twenty liclni; nee
essmy tor n choice. Dwlclit uud Hus
tail' were del land iioiiiliiceii and u
recond ballot was called for In the
matter of Dillingham Fernandez, (icur
and On nn
i II. C, Vlda was tledlarcd the choice
for Deputy Sheriff.
When candidates for Itcpresentn
tlves fioin tho Fifth weri inll.'il 'to
Ipledgo themselves. S. I'. Malelua an
pounced his withdrawal.
I The secin'nry niitiouiiced the follow
line lesult ns to llepresentntlves:
I I'ourth District A. I). Custin, 78;
A. (I. Correii. 811; (leo K. Kwullko, II;
'John Hughes, 8.1; Duke Kntiminmoku,
77; W. II, Knlllinal, !u; .las, II; S. Kn
leo. 123; John M. Kealohn, 2!l; Daniel
Klknh.i, III; IC. A. laing.MU2; H. Keiittl
Nakiipuahti, 21; K. W. Qui 122; W
T. Itnwllns, 132.
1 nighly-llvo voles being neceasary,
Kalco, laing, Itnwlluu nml C. W. Qulnn
were declared tho uouiliieea for i'ourth
District Itcprcscntulivcs, mid ntr six
were to he uoniluated n second ballot
was taken, Nakiipanhit withdrawing.
The vott'H on seioud bullot for Au
ditor nnd ltcpifscntullvo from the
Fourth District resulted: lllcktiell,
117; Kiiuewn, 13ft; Castro, S'j; Hughes,
Jim Qulnn Out.
Jim Qulnn withdrew as n candidate
. u. ..... !....
I "'.. "",. ' " " .
I'ho Chulr said lie
wns authoil.t'd to withdraw' the name
or W. F. Dillingham, which It-It only
A. V. dear, (leorge A. IUivIh moved
that tho secretary tost n ballot Tor
dear. W, O, Smith seconded mid it
Nominees for Fifth District Uepro-
rentatlvi'H are: s, 1'. Correii, Joo Ka-
uuil A. S. Kulelopu. Outside
districts named II. M. Kunlhoiiiil, II.
W. Lelelwl nnd John I'aoo.
Following Is the vote ns cast for
llepieseiitntlves. Fifth District: S. I'.
Correa, 38; Henry Ineu, 8; Joseph Kn
hum. ir; A. S. Kulelopu, r7; K. It. (I.
Frank I'nhla was nominated unani
mously for Deputy SherW of Koolnu-
polio mid I. I. Nnluoa for Koolnuloa
Tho secietnry cast u ballot fur S. W,
Logan ns .Supervisor for the Koolnus,
Ot-tur 1'. Cox wns nominated unani
mously Deputy Sheriff for Wulalua
and Andrew Cox, Supervisor for Wul
nnue und Wnlalua, and tho secretary
rast n bullot for them. The samo or
der wns observed In Ihn nomination of
M. K. Leleo, Deputy Sheriff for Wala
uae; Juo. I'ernaudcz, Deputy Sheriff
for Kwa; Juo. Defrles, Stiieilsor for
Tho Fifth Dlstrlit named for the
County Committee: 1, Juo, Hell; 2, L.
K. Nnliiou; 3, W. W. Oootlnlp: -I. Fred.
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liola. Fate Of Mutineers
In Russian Realm
St. IVtersbiirK, Aug. 2. A corro-
Fpondent who attempted to reach
Cronstadt this morning from Orlen-
haiiui. on the (lulf of Finland, opposlto
Cioiistndt, found tho place it I most In
a stale ot panic. All communication
with the Island of Cronstadt was In
terdicted. People arriving there were
reaiched nnd arrested.
From Information obtained from ref
ugees, olllcers uud others a fairly
clear lilt a of -what happened was ob
tained. Tho sailors of the Twentieth
nml other ciiilppages, together with
tho xappciH mul miners, pioneers and
other nulls, managed (o rlso In spite
of Ihe siirveillaiiio of (hu gunrd and
other regiments, which wero stationed
ut (ho barracks plainly Indicating
treachery. Tho mutlneeiB obtained
possession of tho tinlu steamer. Then,
wlllioul lights, they run a train to the
bridge separating tho Island from Fort
Constutitlne. The main body of the
fortress urtlllery Joined tho mutineers.
Those who did not do so were bound
nnd gagged. Tho mutineers then
turned some of the guns of tho fort
ies against the cutnp of tho loyal
Hoops In tho city mid opened fire.
Upon tho Hist shot a general ularm
was hounded and the entire garrison
wuh tailed out. While a portion of tho
loyal liiKips took up position In the
Ftreols wlili h wero ulreudy tilled with
terror stricken Inhabitants, a storming'
parly consisting of three regiments of
grenadiers was found and led to the
tissuult. After four volleys had been
fired the mutineers hoisted tho white
ling and those who ret used to surren
der weie hastily dispatched
Later machine guns wero posted In
the main sheets. No mercy was
shown to those suspected of being ag
itators mid a number of Innocent per
sona mo reported to have been killed.
This motnlng when thu (I rand Duko
Nicholas Nlcholalevltch, commander-in-chief
of all tho troops In tho St. Pe
tersburg district, was Informed of
vvhnt had ttuusplrcd, ho was furious
mul nciordlng to Information obtained
at Oilcnbaum, ho Immediately ordered
tho mutineers to bo (tied by court
marl lal und shot, and It Is added that
executions are already In progress,
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