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kve'iino nm.uiTix, Honolulu, t h., Monday, sept. 17, ido6.
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KASONIC TEMPLE ,
Leahl Ql apter In tiatlen.
Hav-Uan rirst Degree.
Honolulu Chapter 5 p.
All Tim 1
t' HI !C " '
,. members ot tbo
a nlly Invited to at
;t ot local loJges.
HAM.OflV LO;K, No. I, I. 0. 0. F.
txn.it t vt-rj yw.tlny evmltig at 7:18
In 1 O. O. I. Hrll. Fort itrecL
E. It. 1 I'N'DUY Secretary.
L 0. HI. TEL, N. O.
All vlilting b tvhers very cordial'?
MYSTIC LO JOE, Ne. 2, K. of ?,
Meitti pTirv Tuesdiy evening it
7:30 orlcck In K. cit P. Hill. H!n?
street Vis f ii lirotlio - cordially In--Red
to att .
O.J. WHITEHEAD, CC.
J . WALDRON, K.K.9.
OAHU t.ODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Us very Friday evenlrg
very Friday evenirg ai
S. P. HiO' Klnn ret, at 7:30. MciV i 3
br ( .Y.yBtle I-oUe, No. 2, Wrn. Mc I
.tin. j Lodge. No. 8, and vIkHIii)
lirciieni iiirdlalljr Invited,
A. D. l'OND. C. 0.
a . i:i:nwat, kjui
ilOIIOLULU LCCC. 611, f. P. 0. C.
Honolulu l j':m Nn t,1 D. P. O, U.,
viil in' i In H Ir -il id Milter
tth n-ipUiulii ai-t.t.1:, every Friday
B: or.'or or t'n- ii, H.
HAKK H. E1MPSON,
U. K. MITHHAY, E.It.
SrVni. M'KlflLr Y LODGE No. 8, K.of T '.
Vwtn evnry itgrdny rvenlnj
7!0 a'' ' "k lt U ot V. Illl. Kin : I
Mt VI-. 1 1 i rrotlier con tally li I '
rltoJ to a-1, i
J vCOBSON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AE3IE 110, .-. 0. E.
MU os tl h . J and itb WKDNlft
DAY minlr.A! o' i -,eb mcath at 7:1 t
!,'-; i In K. ii i'. Hall, Kljg ftret.
i t'.int Kj.;1o uro Irvltcd ti- c
tl.Mf J'.tCEAO IE. W.l1.
II T lOOll , W. 130C3.
Hawaii chapter Mo. i.oRCEROf
M"i ver d'si opJ third THUItS
DA If cf ncb p o'lth la F-aternlty Hall.
011 Fallows Rillillnn, Fort street, at
7 10 o ilrc it; . m. A fill atlendsnct
Is rlMtrpi! hi very meet ng,
Trantactl .'1 of Dusiness.
WAWAIIAr TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
4fei ijvery second and fourth
f nil r t.t each month la I. 0. C. V
VI itluM brothers cordially Invited V'
W " nnAKE. Sachem.
i MI7KP1IY, C. of n.
fit Superior Llfjhl t'J all others,
Aefyller'r Cat, is superior In quality,
X' 'I cheapiess rttllates lest heat, vit'
e.r' the it Its and has no Injurious
fivoti. en tbo over.
ru .jitner prrtl-rlixrs Inquire it
Ait,-) Calc'rm Carbide of all sizes, in
rfrnfs snd sm.dl ears, for Generstoi-i
and lAutoincblK- Lamp i and all lzu
and jrades ot Gas Mantles and C.u
Wnsliiagton Light Co,
C. W. M.CFARLANI5, Manager.
Tlolinn f-laln 145. 14.1 Merchant l,L
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HAWAIIAN GRASS HUTSI
- (JPtN-AlR SKATING HINK1
ANIMALS, niriOS, ETC., ETC.!
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Blnc a hlh ,, c-rt V My minj ilon'l k-p It
It tl y Mr ft.ll Another brAnil.
MACKIE & COY. DISTILLERS LTD.,
ISLAY, OLCNLIVET. AND CLASCOW.
KINO ANt OETHEL STREETS
You. cpporlunlty at Hie
Hobrcn ctarc to secure a
few !.irgalns with your
purclii.ses Is here. Wc
are preparing to move to
our Port and Hotel Street
k Oo,, Ltd.
O. FAR I A
FINE SUITS FROM $15 UP.
mano In up-to-
datr :-: style.
HOTEL oou. DISHOP ST.
'Phone: Muiii 487
YOU CET THE
AI AKLA ST.
PHO'U. MAIN 147
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
Clothes Cleared and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J, J. Fern, Manager,
Rltharjk nesr Queen 8ts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
Wo call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
For Fine Millinery
COSTON DUILDINO, FORT STREET.
r , '.-t'i?i'
IIUUANU ST ror. HOTEL and KING.
CLEANED AND PRE83ED FOR
PHCNE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1340 FORT STREET.
o AT o
Blank booki of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Stop plllnci thlncs up In your cel
lar Bulletin Want advertielng turns I
them Into cash. i
ScIseorB, nas. cliariirncil. Webb's.
White Btrain uuton. Stockyda malilc. i
Thin Is tin' last neck for f.ilcj nl the
1 loin on more I
Hi'ulnr nuH'ttiiK of llarraony I.ikIhu
tlilu welling at 7 'CO o'lloik.
Harmony Ludi;, No. 3, I. O. 0. K,
mcetit tonight at 7:30 in 1. U. O. F. Hall. ,
A loll.igc nnd ioiifcli((';iliis roum ,
furiihliicl. ut L'otUgc drove, arc fur
, Mail for llio t'oast jicr U. 8. A. 'I
I iiifcii it doipj ut 4 o'clock tills aflli-l
I Natly fnrnlsbcd rooms nt tbo Pop
ular, tl, U CO and $2 per week. 121?
Fort street. I
1 A laity's cola watch was lost on Ka ,
' 1 1 1 1 1 nnd ItiAv.ird loi n tin n of e.ii.n i
I to ill ollkc. I
I The Hplcnillil llaxor of ltatnlrr llcii '
1 .in - lis popularity. I In unlfiitmi
'Hii!H lio'ils Try a Klacs ,
'I tie Kahuulkl army uU Is tapir.)
Hearing tonil'letiou. Twentj-buvrn
btiliillims arc constructed.
Outer our nodd nnd coal fioni the
Pinilc 'Iran?fei Co. 1'iouipt dellei.,
ni'l mlbht nnd uicisiiiiiuiut. .Main
Sai-lis' salo nf notions Is for tin
i'ivb otil). .Monday Tuesday and Weil-
dny Dun l miss this moiicy-uiMiig
Vr nnd Mrt. John Cook gac a lun'i I
ui Wnlmnh.ilo on S.iUhcI.i) In honoi of
It a Hi tt nnnhersary nf the hhthdny
ol their ihlld.
New Koods nie reid) ut lllPia'a.
Unllra imiillii iindeincar, sblrt-nnlsti.,
bklrts. ('lilldrin's dresfes and l.ulkii
Wiilhllil Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Herein. Accommodations, supplies
nnd ultcudimiu absolutely first class.
I'lticht bathing on the beach.
If sou want your ctrrlaKe rcpaiied
In .1 Hint I'lims manner nt n ion' price.
.ill nt lep.ili iltpartment of the S-liu
iiinn C'.urlage Co, Umen rlrcet Leal
"Arnhle" nppllud to Iruti roof re
dm en luiiipcriituiu us iiiii.!i n-V 3S ilo
Kieet. This has been anv-citalmil by
ai tual test. California Ftid Co , i
The ICRUlar IUCcIIiir nt the Leuhl
Cii.'pler No. , U. K. S.. will lie livid
tnls cm-iiIiib nt ":.".) In Jla'onli- 'Iiti
pic. Several candidates to tie Inltl.ilel.
All uiemherd ot the order Invited in
Uemcmber it did k loin dinner at the
uupul.ir price of one dollar li, scntd
"very cvciiIiik on the Kie.it 'iciiil-ik-ul.tr
lanal or the Ht.iuldu Hotel. Hot
'. aluc for tbo money and coolest pl.u-c
hi town to dine.
A subscription list has been opcind
U the Orehleiiliil hotel for a Jim mi
n lendcud H. II. .Mcllv.tln, who fiulghl
jj 'lek Hulllv.iu on Haturd.ty evenltiK all
iilic .oo. Alcllv.ilu and bis family un'i
U a villi; the city. I
i There will mioii be another .Tapaneie!
iH'tVspapcr Htnrled In this city, iinilu'
the iimnaKcment uf Mr. Hliliuada CHiii-j
klibl. who has leiently iimi from
.lap.in. .Mr. Shlmala Ia u kciiIIciu.ii. j
t!7vixr i '1 .
ll.uiMif Iiii-iIiivsh will be on Uerel.inlJ.I
in hit of Nuiiiiim sticet.
riio Soitllii'iii California IMItoiial I
.--ni l.itlnii .n III attend n loan tlito
ovelilnu- ut the Kaplolaul .Mitteriiliy
IKiiie, itl ven under tho itusplees uf Ilia
I. iiti.it Ion Couimlttre. 'I lie ln.ni I'
Ltrlctly liivll-illoiuil and uuestH will be
ceiled by laid
I lie Uadu-hns Club bad an onllns
Sntmil.iy nnd Sunday. After the raeca
lli.-y Nailed on the llleue to Walaniie,
lupine ttic Slieildau, They utteiiiled
the liiuu ut Walanne rIcu the dele-
Kiitii to tbo iimu'Utioii, lelinnliiR Sun-
da Jiiht as the Mumhuria came to port
In the paity weie,V. K. .leiil.Ins, Hut-coi-
W. I'crkliik. 11. I". Hill, Tims !'.
tflliun, C 1). Wriisbt, lrvlliK J. Hind
mill Vletur C. Hind. Jenkins mil
FltlpniT, Hill l',m mate, unit the H"t
uf Hie party Htenauls and cnblu boa
Talk Of Sore-Heads
IN THE FIFTH
Quitting The Party
The ii-biill ur the SnpenUorl.il nlc
of iho Flflli Dlstilct I'rldiy li ev
il, miiiiu oi' He Ijiiio in i to unit the
la 'Hon mid the Itepiiblliun pally
Tlii be men wete after JoIiukou'u txalp,
and to N. Fct munliM lliey looked to ilu
I'u' Uli I,. Hut uflLi- the popular elioliu
.., . I r ... ...... .1 ..,. ,l,.,.. ...I, ,1,1
ut w.'ll K oui ot the llepuhllean tniil.s.
.,lr D-vlKlit uuiiuU uniuimultkd, anil
now look., to tbo noils.
At the i, -lie us uf the Fifth District
iH'lt'g.tttb the otbci night it was made
the seuto of the Delegatei present uficr
the vote of 43 foi N. Feiii'inilcz against
10 for Dulgltt. to piesent Mr. For
winder's name alone nt iho convention,
Many ilepi crated this nctloii. LSut 11
I. a j tint eloped that It wus iiutlerbtootl
ly tho toiiimlttec from both dUliUm
I hat .after u caucus of tills ualiiie u
pio'iedliiK of thh kind was to bu fol.
tivvid. Tliu ruuith Hlbtrkt did nut
no It npd ii ihmgu of bad faith li laid
at It. tlour WhelluT It imib really Ilu
rente ot the coiiiuilttee or nut that such
ii in otrt din.; n.ib tit t'o fwllu-t.l -not
ex.ntly known, but it lb claimed
by the FUlli UlbliKt iimtlillttciEieh,
l.nno and Fciiiaudcz. that that vvu
The itury that Umg hud been nskul
t withdraw fioni the race for County
uorney hi- John C. Lnno was ivlile
tcieil mound again on Satiuday nliiht.
-lie In be rii'iilns Long rcliiclantli
uluilttcd tint be hud been itbl.ecl lo
v Itbdraw. but he did nut .say who in do
The iholcn of lAigau aa Supcivli-ur
t-ii- Hie. Ktiolau ill Hi lit win- not uiiaii
linuiis Some ilissatlbfnitlou lb hi' i -bond
by foiiio of tho DrlegntPfa One
nf them icntmtd to eay List nlgUt
that with I.oan us the llcpublkan
nominee, Stipoivluor Paclo of tho Hor;o
Hulo paily will buvo a walk-over
Do ! rs'eecl
1 o v
' No. I don't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd act glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
SiV- .W ' i&TfT LU.U-J lwV'$i!M JtftK mlKtSi
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN inON FENCE & MONUMENT WCRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDQ., 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
St. I'etcrsbure, t "U 1". (Jcneral
Tiepon died InM nlj-' ' of be.irt-fiillme.
Ho w.ih the mllll ir Riitcrnur of St
PitcrHbtirK. liatliiK lieon elevated to
that position by the I'ar InM Oetoliei.
1'ilor to tlial be litui lieen coinumiitler
or the Reudarmeil'i of the capital.
t'lilliualiua, Fcpi I". lJy tbo col
I mi nf n hotel lidiV tout- people wuo
klllitl and in tn Injured.
(2t Pnlr,, .',,i. c?,il 1T. Tim fnilll-
lCBll-ToUtl,, ,,;, ft ,.. myl!Utt, lb III.
..... ,. r..,.,.-
City of Mixlm, Sept. 15,-.lc.linn
Inib pc inlei . I j w:ih qulcily telelira
id J v hi l
Hilrlm-fiirH Se'it. 15. The Kmperor
and KnipH- aro hiiuliiii; In the for
t., or K. Iil-ilm.
Havana, Sept. JO. HubtllltlcK have
been Kiiaiu mlcd with the object of el-
I cell lit: n eill, uieiit lief oi e ttic urrhnl
of Kcciclut) 'I nft
Waslilni 'mi Si-iit. ir,. The wat-
t-blps liilbhiua, Virginia and Now
Jersey liivo been ordered In re.ullnesa
to s'lll for Cuba. Sceietur Taft haw
it.llteil fioni Noifulk III lite Tiiioiuii.
The Clcti'litnd has nal I id for Cuba.
The Mluneipulls nnd Neniul: will fol
The navy can laud 401'0 men by
PMI FOR COLD
City ol M'-clco. .Sept 111 The nil-
;Uriarv of Mexlt-mi Inilepwrtenie hn
been ,l. . r- ,1 und ConKreso opened,
I1'" l'1'.'" "" ' '''s wen-iBC tu.ilsc.t
the gold tanilai'd.
Sin Fii'i'lio. tiept 1(1.- Two per
ions wen shim! nnd u seino Injuinl
In a ar ulio-ion line )e-ucrday.
llinl.ipt t -jpjit in -A ctiluu lu
drome a Uiiiutuit luu tn.cn iinielbil
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
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tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
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SI per ye.
Mm, llnsbem ".Mr. Iloaidiir, will
trim iilnm ii iiocu llm uti r-iiu. rt 4)n Ml'
finiiil - Mi- it.n.r 'nitniiiiv'.
m.id.inie, It I can catch It."
rranhlin "Why do you refer to
that man at u lowil light'" i'enu ' Ho
Is a ki'iyer thut tloetn't wrlh much
In tbo profession."
wouldn't you like to come down to
earth and see how things have
It's just as Interesting to look baek
several thousand years and see the
ancient civilization of the Egyptians
to learn of lost arts and note how
many recent scientific discoveries
were In common use in those tlmrs.
You can sea it all In the new first
complete history of
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FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
THURSDAY lilt MY
ii SPECIAL BULLETIN :
f Thursday. September 20, Is the t
diy bet by tbo California editors t
f to take ehurgo of the special Issue prewired to see different men nonil-
t of tho llullellii. t nntcd.
f Airordliu to tho preparations t'c. H.'cooke.
- made that issue will bo menioi- -
able In the annals of Honolulu.
.Mcmlieis of the Bluff had n meet- ,
4- Itif? this morning In the lounging
4- mini of the Young Hotel. The
preliminary jilans were gone over
f and the Rev. .Mr. llrovvno was the
first man to turn In oiy. t
4- .Mlsi Tower nnd her nssoclatc 4-4-
nro niaklui; great plans r the t
T social pages and nil tho new spa-
t per pioprletors who will be if-
4- pollers for n day arc putting In 4
4 their time sizing up the best -t
4 places lo get the news.
4- It was agreed this morning that 4-4-
the regular repoiters of the llul-
4 letln shall show the California 4-
editors around, but otherwise the 4
4 liicitl stnlt will tako a holiday
4- when tho Callfurulaiis ttcp in. t
Tliu edition will be a big one, f
4- jirolubly neeiipjlpg fium twenty 4
4 lo twenty-four pages. 4
4ft4-r4tt t44t 4tt
Luau For Editors
AT MATERNITY HOME
4- 'I hole will be spread n luau for
4- the .Southern California Editorial
4- Absoclallou this evening at Hut
-r Kaplolaul Mnleiulty Home, thc-f
4 Hawaii Pioinotlon Coninillteo he- -4
4 lug In elimge. It is mi Invitation-
4- al affair and the guests uio to be 4
4- bellied by .'aid. Over one bun- -4
4 ilrcd und titty guests havo already 4
4 been provided for. Cuds will be
4- ptctented nt tbo gale. t
4- Toasts will be respouded to by
4- (loveriior Carter, U. S. Judgo
-- Dole. Delegutu to Congress iviihlo, t
-4 (I. W. Smith, J. A. McCmdleiis. for t
4 Honolulu, and I). (1. Holt, Oraeu 4
4 llortciibe Tower, Mr. Iloitun and 4
.Mr. Holland for the visiting 4-4-
Tint luau will bo bcrvc.1 at 8. 4
If be vvoil. ot leglsterlng tho voters
of Honolulu goos on nt tbo rate which
It has li in going until date, onothiid
el tint inters will not ba registered.
The lln.iiil h.tu been In Hussion for
tlilttetn ilan. during wbltli It has
rtgUlrrci! 211,0 inters, or an average,
ot If,. n day To accomplish Itb work
II will he neeesbnry to icglster 373 a
day, thcro being now 417fi yet to res
Ister in the twelve days dining which
the lln.iid will sit. It has been figur
ed that If tbo work continues at the
pietent rato only 1300 lo'.crs out of
u total of (1000 will bo registered. It
Is piobable that tho distance which
the place ot icglhtratlou Is from tlm
busiuoi's center of- tbo city Is to u
KtoW extent lesisipslblo for the slow
"r"B )f ,h,! worli- T1'" oiut ot "10
i'ouitli District aro particularly do-
the Bulletin office.
card on ! at
Business Men Find
The plntfurm ndoptcd by the Repub
lican County Convention Inst Friday,
nnd the men nominated on the ticket,
appear to bo generally cry satlsfnc
lory to tho Ilepubllcnn totcrs of Ho
nolulu, Of course, there nro somo ex
icptlons, for It would be too much to
expect that everybody could bo en
tirely untuned, but ns n general thing
tho business men of tho city appear
to bo well pleased. The platform,
pnrtlculaily, Is warmly endorsed by
most of them. In some cases (he can
didates aro not entirely satisfactory,
but everything considered, tho ticket
Is looked iih)ii nt a strong one, nnd
where lndlildu.il preferences aro at
variance with the party's choice, such
ptefercuces will lie set asldo and tho
action of the convention abided by.
As one tnnu expressed It, "Thcro nro
Mime men whom I hoped to sec' oil
the ticket, but I am willing to stand
by the action of tbo Republican par
ty." Tho general sentiment Is fairly
well expressed In tho statements
liiado by n number of tho representa
tive business men of the city to n llul
letln representative, when questioned
ns to their views on tho plntform
adopted by tho convention nnd Iho
candidates named to repreient the
E. Tenney Peck.
n. Tenney I'cck. of the First Na
tional Dank, said: "l Is n lory good
platform nnd I see nothing whatever
to object to In It. Tbo ticket Is a
good one, too, especially In ilcvv of
the number of Individual preferences
thnt had to bo set aside, and I shall
E. W. Jordan. """ 'WW
!;. W, Jordan stated that he ennsld-
red the plntform a very good one.
to tho candidates, ho did not enro
to oxnress an onliilnn. Sonic of them
.. ,.Bhl0reil verv cod men. whllb
in tho ease of others bo would ba'vo
c, n. rjookc, of the Hank of Ha-
.mil ula. i il,(,,i, it,.. .,,r..i,nniu
Honolulu mo to bo Loncrutnlated
cu u,,, mictcss which their candidates
,,.f vvlth In Hie convention."
E. I. Spalding.
'It is a very fair ticket and n satis
factory platform," said E. 1. Spalding,
of Spreekels' Hank. "I am entirely
satisfied with both. I am particular
ly glad that tho convention endorsed
(lovernor Carter 1iy name. Ho Is de
eervlng ot It. Hawaii owes him n
great deal, especially In a financial
way. Ills ndmlnlstiatlmi has been u
good one, and particularly so from tho
Mnndpolut of tho banking Interests.
"I think, how ever, that tbo Legisla
ture ought tu adopt n sinking fund
provision for tho bonded Indebted
ness." Jas. F. Morgan.
Jns. F. Morgan declined lo express
any opinion ns to either tho platform
or tbo candidates", other than to say
that as a Republican bo supposed ho
was hound to abide by tho uctiou ot
A. (larvle. of Rlsliop's Hank, ex
pressed himself us very well pleased
with the action of tho convention,
both ns regards to platform and the
candidates. "Tbo platform Is all
right," ho eald, "I havo no fault to
find with It. So fnr ns 1 am concern
ed, It Is entirely satlsructory. 1 am
glad thnt tho convention endorsed
Carter, He has given u good admin
istration. "Ah to tho men nominated on tho
ticket, theio mo souio, piutleuliiily
tho Iteptesentatlics fium tho Fifth
Dlsttlet, whom I do not know. Rut I
am pretty well satisfied with those
whom I do know. Ill own Is nil right
ror Sheriff, and 1 think Cathcart, for
Attorney. Is far ahead In ability of all
tho other candidates mentioned, As
to Wutut house, I seconded Ills nomi
nation myself. Illcknell Is dcbcrilng
of another term on nceount of tho
good work ho bus done, llnrtls could
nut possibly bo Improved upon.
1) wight Is n very good man, ns nro
Hustnce, Andrew Cox and W. O.
Smith. Tho candidates for Itepie
bontatliCH me a fine lot of men, es
pecially thnso from tho Fouith Dis
trict. I don't know much about
those f i om the Filth.
"I a m not c.tpiessliig any opinion
as n politician, for I alii not a politi
cian. What I buy, I bay merely as a
F. J. Lowrlc.
"I havo not gone over the platform
r.irefully enough yet to caio lo ox
prcjo an opinion on It," said F. J,
Low lie, of Lowers fc Cooke. "As to
the ticket, I think there, nro some
iery good men on It, In tho easo of
others, there might lie a great Im
provement. I should not care to ay
Hint I will vote for tho entire ticket,
until I know what men mo going to
be nominated ngalust it."
W. W. Hall.
Says W. W. Hull of E, O. Hnll &.
Son: "I do not know that 1 want to
ray much about how I feel In regard
to tho ticket.
"I do not wish to expreso any opln-
Ion iih to A, M. Ilrown for Rhcrllf.
"I should not vote for H. C. Vlda
for Deputy Sheriff.
"J. W. Cnthcart, for Attorney, un
derstands his business, but ho would
not hnvo been my bholco ' ;
'I shall otc.for F. T. P. Water
house for Treasurer. He's a good
man. ' ' "
"I shall vote for 1). Knlnuokalanl,
Jr.. for Clerk. He Is all right. ' '
"Yes; I will vote for James Illclt-
ncll for Auditor; he has shown lilm
Kclf to be nil right.
"V. W. Harris is n good man for
SupervIsor-at-Lnrgo. I will voto for
"8. C. Dn-lght, for Supervisor,
seems to be a good man.
"A. V. Gear, for Supervisor, Is a
well known nnd competent man.
"1 shall vote for Chns. Hustnce, Jr.,
"The ticket Is not Just as I would
have had It, but It Is a great deal bet
ter than I was afraid It would be."
William Thompson, of Theo. Dalles
& Co., expresses himself ns thorough
ly satisfied with tbo Republican Leg
islative and County ticket,
Cecil Iliown Is greatly dlssatlslled
both with tho ticket and with tho
platform. "There nro two men on tho
ticket," ho said, "whom I will void
for. They nro two of tbo mcri Humi
liated ns Senators, I.. L. McCandtesti
and W, O. Smith. I can't say nnythlnii
fpr tile rest of them. And I can't sny
an) thing for tho ticket."
Refuse To Be Quoted.
Cook, of Alexander & llnM
and E. D. Tenney, of Cnstio U
Cooke, both rcfuso to express any
opinion regarding cither platform ur
O. White, of E. O. Hall & Son,
ktalcs that ha had not familiarized
,lilmself with tho platform adopted by
tnc convention sutllclcntly to bo nbbl
up express an opinion as to Its mer
its. MONGOLIA IN GRAVE DANGER.
(Continued from Page 3)
Those who know tho situation at
Midway seem to be afraid that u gulo
will coma up und enure the Mongolia
lo bo Indly damaged beforo assistance
can bu rendered. Tho season Is al
ready ut hand when heavy winds from
the northwest may bo expected anil
tho sea there Is extremely rough, even
when tbo wind is low. Extravagant
statements aro mado In this regard and
one of the petty olllccrs on tho Iio
miols, which has recently tcturncd
from n six-weeks' stay nt Midway,
elates that even Inside Wells harbor
the swells wcro often fifteen feet In
height, wlille outside they wcro much
If it Is decided to semi the Klnau
down lo the Mongolia to bring up her
passengers, It will bo Bomo tlmo to
morrow afternoon befoio she Is ready
for tbo trip, as she will have to tako
on more coal before starting on iso
long n Journey. It will take her about
four mid n half days to make the run
lo the scene of tho wreck.
Tho following cable was received
MIDWAY, Sept. lfi. The Pacific
Mall steamship Mongolia mado Mid
way about J p. m. Saturday.
She enmo a llttlo too clone to tho
icef and gt minded on its outer edge.
Part of the cargo was Jettisoned.
Tho pusscngcrs wcro landed today.
All nrc lu good health and spirits.
There was no panic or excitement
This, Sunday, evening tho Mongolia
is still fast.
Tho weather Is fine and calm. If
tbeso conditions continue, thcro Is a
good chance of getting iho Mongolia
Thcro nro about C50 pabscngcjs, In
cluding tho steerage,
The Mongolia wns launched at
Cumden, Now Jersey, on .July 25,
11)03. When her keel was laid, about
two years heroic, sho was named tho
Mluneloia by the Atlantic Transport
Co., her oilglnul owner. A sister
ship of tbo Manchuria, the Mongolia
Is f,20 feet long, 05 feet broad, 51 feet
3 Inches deep, nnd her tonnage Is 13,
f,3fl riots nnd lfi,530 tons displace
ment. Her cargo space Is 15,000 tons
lucuBiiicmcnt, nnd her passenger ca
pacity 31C cabin and 1300 steerage.
Sho had four masts, one funnel and
In coining to the Pacific from Nor
folk, Viiginla, tho Mongolia struck nn
uncharted bar off tbo Ilrarlllau eoast,
tta) lug on for twenty mlniitci. und
twisting ono of her propellers three
feet out ot true. Once while on tho
Oriental route sho touched bottom at
Honolulu without Injury.
DR. RAYMOND'S GUESTS.
Walluku, Maul, Sept. 15. Dr. J. II.
Raymond ,Mts. Genoileve D. Dunbar
nnd Mien McClymer will go to ltoso
Ranch, Ulupnlukiin, tomomiA', to
spend a fow weeks nt tbo ranch. 'MIkh
.McClymer Is a resident of Auckland,
! who Is licto to study tho variations of
.fllmntn mill t.rpnnri lintwcnn Wnllnl.il
nl)(, ,icr navo Ai,CKand.
Fn, Job printing at the Bulletin
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