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From tin Franclacet
America Maru Bopt. 21
Alameda' Sept. 28
For San Francisco:
Nippon Maru . . .
1 1 our Envoy, and within the tpace of
1 1 twenty-four hours we have been
1 1 present, By Envoy, at a thomand
, firesides In a thousand private
, , nomes, our story has been loid, by
proxy, to A MAJORITY of the peo
pie In the city who could not by any
other means, be Induced to take an
IE WH SOY M Kill HE Mltti
' ' Interest In It
Vol. X1II No 3196
HONOLULU. TERRITOBI Of HAWAII. MOfiDAT. SEPTEMBER 24. 190U
1'itiOB 5 OiiN'ra
WS 1 1 STIAMER TABLI.
Democrats and Home
Making Up Their
Engaged On Slate
The first draft of the Democratic
lilatfonn, replete with many "Social
istic" theories, has been cut to pieces
by tho platform committee. An en
tirely different document will go be
fore the convention.
Today Is the banner day of the Rem
ccrats, on which they kill two birds
with one stone by holding both their
Territorial and their County conven
tions, the former during tho daytime,
and tho latter at 7:30 p. in.
Tho Territorial convention was to
have opened at 10 a. ni., but It was
forty minutes after that, before tho
meetlng was called to order. The Wa
vcrley Ha)l,,Ju which the, convention
van held; wan (comfortably filled with
i delegates,) nearly, all of ,wliom wero,
Irorn the. District of Qajiu, the major-
I Ity.of those from tha pther, Islands be;
iiug represented byiproxiea. ', . J,'
it appeared from the, manner "In
which hc convention opened that
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...wo. ui un uufiiiicnn in uiuicr ur'IBH
f 1 Vf
I A J V.
II F I 4 1
THE VERY LATEST IN
THIS LINE JUST
WAVE YOU SEEN THE
T Kerchief" Cap?
MADE IN NEW YOBK
tiktX ltllBl itZ 0
cut and dried, 'aud that it will le'dl. niiCOmmlttee on Blatlorm.r JahniEnV
,ppd of with dispatch.' Thtfre waa'no, n.clujh. K., M, ,Wa4SQP,;lr MfitiReTr.
" " " ' tlnn'OdlltuWilliinfll I'Mi'h. :WlilHiVi-.
excitement shown during the session
At 10:40, W. A. Kinney opened the
convention. Fred, weed acted as in
terpreter and J .Emmeluth aa secre
tary. A Hawaiian member asUed that
tho convention be opened with prayer,
which was supplied by Rev, Blplkane.
The call for tho convention was then
John Efflnger and W. A. Kinney
were nominated for chairman, but
both declined. Col. McCarthy was
then unanimously chosen. Sol. Mehe-
ulaiwas, nominated for secretary, but
. be declined In favor of John Bmme-
lutb, who was elected,
The Chair then appointed the fol
lowing) committees: ' '
1 Committee on Credentials W. A,
Kinney, Mr, Metzger, 8am Katoa, Ka
balepuna, and R. L. Olllllaiid.
Committee on Rule's and Organise
Hon Senator P. P. Woods. Mr. WH-
llama. C. P. laukea. Blplkane and Mr.
. ........ ....... ... .
V'OneS, ,v,-ij- iiidi't tfiiib inn i
lir to give h committees' a'clian(
o preWd-thelr 'reports.1 ' ' ''
o prenawtheir 'reports.1 '" ''
'ThAiIJlpmtf-4lUn 'thl Vlil.inntlrtn
rrom tne rourm and'Fittn Distrtci
Inre'ss follows ""I ' ' UI
K'rst Precinct Jos. Aca. Hosea 'I-
I wlela. Jas. P. Kahlamoe, Paulo Kea
IRn! K KnhnlAwnl navM Ifnlllnln
.- " "" " " mwm .., .y.w.
John Klaaina, it. U. Kldd, Kelllnul, P.
Aiama, m. K. ralalna.
Second Precinct Jnhn RRI-nirer
Harr Juen- w- A- K,nner' D- p- Pal-
ulna, Jesse Ullulll.
Third Prcclnct-C. P. Rhodes, J. Pa
lo, Wm. Kaal, Moses loane.
Fourth Precinct Julius Ash, J. W.
Ash, J. J. Kgan. C. J. Hutrhlns, C. P.
laukea, C. J. McCarthy, II. J. Moure,
lt.-ll.HMdr. . , (vjl, x
'Hftb Precinct WJ tAuatln, Catvd
Houpu, V. K. Kalllull. A. Kauwe, I.
Klakahl. S. K. Kaalkaula, 8. M. 8.
Keaunul, lkala aalbue, S. K. Mahoe.
Sixth Precinct Jas. R. Auld, J. Em-'
meiuth, I. ualbraltb, D. loela, J. L.
Kaniolcu, J. Kahakauwlla, A. Kaleihou,
A. Kemnlla Jr.. K. Kubla, J. K. Ma
lalhl, K. Moanallha, P. W. Weed, U B.
Seventh Precinct P. Oomci, D. Ka
main. R, Kekuewa, J. Kalanlawa. 8. A.
Keawimahl. D. Nahaolewa. P. Terrlll,
J. Vasconcellos, E. M, Watson.
Eighth Precinct Jas. Oldu. II. At
Dunn, Dick O'Meara, W. Taylor, A.
Arnold, M. O. Stlva, A. lleffeman, A.
Harris. A. Smlthors.
Ninth Precinct P. K. Honolulu, A.
(Continued on Page 2)
We Have The
In clothes to meat your de
tire, We have had tha prop
er qualities right along, even
those of ultra-fashionable cut.
Considering the very reas
onable price at which good
clothea are aold nowadays,
there It no excusa for any
man not to be drtsted In ac
cord with Fashion,
THE KASH CO., LTD.
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
The County and District Convention
of the Home Kule party this morning
was conspicuous In Its efforts to pass
the work Impotcd upon It to the Coun
ty Committee, composed of eleven
Those who were very anxious to pass
the buck to the County Committee were
ex-8enator Kalauokalanl and ex-Representative
S. K. Mnhoo of Walalna.
No Booner had the regular routine
work been passed upon than Mahoc
was on his feet und presented a reso
lution that the County Committee sel
ect one candidate for tbe Senate from
the Fifth District, six (candidates for
the House and the candidate for Dep
uty Sheriff for Koolauloa and Koolau
poko, Walalua und Walanae and Ewa.
The nomination of D. ' Kalauokalanl
tor Sherllf, though lout of order, waa
also asked by 'Kalauokalanl himself to
be referred to the County Committee.
This action of the convention aroused
Notley's Ire,, whereupon be severely
Ire, whereupon be severe!
Molded theuJUajiatts All MiaVtinaT ouch
action to tisiMslsaM drhr Hh sUdaii
a lor al
a called to
order at 10:30 n'rlork liv Prnalitfnt
ICittN. K. Not 1ft.
UBttH. k. Notiar. Alter tne iuvommi
nhin lU'lllloSti Mfsill
Ibaum and W. S Kaona, was" Appointed
by the Chair The roll-call showed
fifty-six dteegates present out of eighty-seven.
These delegates were the
same thut reprsntd tli County of Oaliu
at th Territorial Convention. Among
those present were ex-Senator Kalau
okalanl, ex-Represcntatlves Jesse Ma.
kainat'and S. K. Mahoe. John Baker,
S. U Kauai and J. P. Kahahawal.
Conspicuous among the spectators
were Supervisor Paele, (leorge P. Kc
kttuobu, former Deputy Sheriff of Koo
lauloa, and Ueo Makalena, the police
officer who nomlhattd Brown for Sher
iff at the Republican County Conven
tion. J .
'After the roll call'the'tdllowlng men
were appointed on platform:' D. Ka
lauokalanl, Sr J. Baker, J. M.Ko-,
aloba, Jesse Makalnal, and 8. KttMa
hoe. After a short recess the commit
tee reported that the matter be left to
th County Committee to report and
announce at u later date, tbe same
men were appointed ft" a Committee on
Rules, which reported that tbe conteu.-
Th safety of your valua
bit papers Is our salvation.
Ilther la cheap at Five Dol.
lira a year when It cornea In
a safe-deposit box.
HENRY WATERHOUSK TRUST CO
who care to make mora
than the ordinary sav
ings bank rale of Inter
est can have It wisely
and safely invested at
Port St. Bonoluln
placed yuoA theig.
nlsl Ifftlft o
Hon follow such rules as It would deem
At this stage Mr, Mahoe presented n
resolution thai the selection of one
candidate for the Henntn ! mml!.!
dates for tbe House from the Fifth 1)1 J
trlct, and the Deputy Sheriffs for Koo-
laupoko and Koolauloa, Walalua and
Walanae, and Ewa, be passed up to
the County Commlttte. The resolu
tion was passed to a committee con
sisting of William Kaulbaum. D. Ka
ona and J. M. Kealoha.
Placing the nomination of D. Kalau
okalanl for Sheriff and the (resolution
of Mahoe resulted In the convention
receiving a severe call down from lis-
Just as soon aa tho Committee on
Rules hail rennrti-d Mr. Mnhn tr
aented his resolution, followed by tiie.a'Kerencet of tht jtreet-car ttrlke,
nomination or a. Ka auoka ant bv Wil
liam Kaulbaum for Sheriff. No soon-'
er had hit name been placed In nom
ination nan o, Kalauokalanl , moved
tbe t County Committee. .oonalMlaa'iDr. I
IttfenKOMMTterili Kx-aanatom Kalab-
okalanl said: ' Lla l.n.lnJ.il i
'.if'Tha aUestioin.for.SJietlt lata dim-
cute ne;it Today-jwe'hav najaeatui lit
assurance asttarwhetber-we wottldarju
brntit.t Pdr that reason J ask that. tie
an i ask tnatitne
-'! fl.lw l .ill 111
Notloy'j Ira was
mautr Ut left for the i
tbe County Committee.!)
x Atr Ibis )Pr!sleMl Notloy'j
aroused and he' severely) scored it be
contention. He aaldl -t
"What are you here for? You have
had several months with In which to.
consider men for the various offices in
our gift. Why Is It that you are not
ready? What is the sense of having a
convention composed of flfty-slx dele
gates ir it can not do anything? (Jen-
tlemcn! You were selectgrd by jour
constituents to come here to nominate
men for offices and you have no right
to delegate your nowers to the County
Committee. But If It Is the sense of
this convention that we should do this,
then It la up to -you,, and I now iwakb
my hands clean," (;)...; ,,n
'I'll 'never itpeak to you again. Jack
Harkalongj Yoti'rt afdeceltfnl wretch.
You told a- friend of i mine you sawmti
with ,my new hat on at church last
Sunday mornlug, aud 'that I -was
'The spiteful thing! Dear, I said
ou were a sight for osre eyes."
At Your Own Price
Tht old ettabllshtd fumlturt hou.t of J. HOPP A CO, tht
Mort In tha Young Building, which recently bought tht ttoek
of fumlturt whloh belonged to tht Porter Furniture Co, which
I. retlrlng'from business, havt placed en tale at J, HOPP A
CO.'S aterta tht f ntlrt atook of Porttr't at price whleh hav
never been plaeed tn furniture hert before,
J. HOPP A CO. carry en th.lr own account a large stock
of furniture and th.y have no room for Porttr't ttoek, eg
they will almost glvt away the latttr. Bring your money
with you and tht price will be lest than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
Tht Porter Furniture Co. had a ttock which Included some
high grade geoda. We will "murder" thtae. We have new
lot of new furniture dut to arrive here and mutt put Porttr'e
ttock out of tht way.
The ttock Includes everything you can use In your house.
Now Is tha time to buy It.
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
REMEMBER THE PLACE!
J. HOPP & CO.,
10S3-1069-1M6 YOUNQ BUILDINQ BISHOP STREET.
(Anoclattd Prtn Bprclal CabU)
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept 24. The Cu
ban government haa ao moderated ita
policy that It baa tacitly decided to
concede practically everything de
manded by the Liberals and the reb
els. This will mean a new election.
(AUQCiafei Prf Ifrcial CalltJ
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat, Sept. 24.
Justice Beatty, Rev. Father Yorke
and E. J. Hsney have been chosen at
members of the board to arbitrate the
(Attocltltd frn Apcctel Cable)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 22. For
mer President Stensland of the Mil
waukee National Z.u' nf Chicago ar
rived nert today in cnarge c ulicera
who arrested him In Morocco. He
will be taken to Chicago and placed
sn trial for his bank-wrecking opera
tions. t , t tl trti , i
1 t " ' ' ., i ir
i SAN FRANCISCO, .Cal., Stpt. 22
SUOARi ,88 analy.lt Stats, 9s.
1012d.. Parity, 4 07. Previous quo
tation, 9s. d,
Additional CabU Newt on Pagt Z.
Evening Sullstln, per month..78c.
I . .. .
! The Strike
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Ship and Labor
The Territorial Unnnl of Immigration receded a cnMesram from
Commissioner i: It Stuckablc this morning whlrli glcs n most sat
isfactory foiecast for the succeis uf the 1'ortumicso Imnilnratlou
rntPrpiisc, The calihcrnm rends
"S. S 'Suverlc,' chartered. Oct. 10 to 15th loading."
This is Interpreted to mean. Hrst. that It li porslhle to get tho
Immigrants, and eondly. that thpy will start for Hawaii about th
middle of October
Tho "Sincrlc" Is n new sliamer of 40JO ton itRltrtcr om-i by
Andrew Weir & Co., of (llngnn ThU rompaiiy n.is formerly Inrgely
Interested In sailing obkcI. It lias now turned to xtciiuirrs. build
ing anew and coinrrtlnK the ships n Ihtc possible Tile cimiian linn
also taken up tlm development of trade In the l'nrlfle. scwral of Its
essoin hulng already made trips to Coast porn,
11 Is hoped that the ship will carry from 10(x) 16 12H0 men. womu
and children, for Hawaii.
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BAND BOYS WANT
TO COME HOME
10 nupervitors nniitu, lionuitiiu..
Cohen claims cannot return before ml of fii-ioher
Wo prefer to go now. If, ou )vaqt band, Immediately, cable (Uteen
hundred Omaha and nrransrei steamer tisiLnal' A,,u,r "
,iu. tuuiu Kruiu, recviteu inu,purn; v-mu s,pxieuyuwillu It ,nn way,'
lariVy tha inMHrraan. fl'thanCeuiitylaaW, (3iuyer, qrj M'rR,(f iMip .band .
Boars' of''Bu!ert!ra,"swmsUt'tndrv ij-owmlttiirjof tho,llo!rdipf,Hi)irrvllior.
fPltrlng , under, (ie,drt:ctpii, pr4,, U. brlni: them hack diirltu; I lie second or
Mr. 8mltli.,n.peqkir)K pf,(li mat- this aTrViM.itloin HaTZj a
ter;'sald be, did, not know Just' what matter fftf.l.utor! 1 fi
WWf'WlWi iant;i"N )w,o't sLhl i dVltndt pit iTp i inVJond
11600 for this purpoib and Ailouot,re.to ,,uarniitre that ho would perform
call the term, of tbe contract. I haahls part of thn cout rait," continued
telephoned to l.ucas and some of the, Moore. "Dut ho would not disband
others and wo will see what Is lo be them oer there. ti know. On tbo
0"". ,u . . . lother hand tho Hoard would not pay
Under tho terms of tho agreement "for their pnssago back. Not on sour
with Joe Cohen, he was to pay all the tintype."
(Attoetatti rrctl gjwclaf Cable)
SHANGHAI, China, Sept 24. The
American gunboat Helena, reported In
dlatreu, haa arrived hert uninjured.
ALBANY, N. Y Sept 24. Govern
or Hlggtnt hat made an announcement
today that he will not be a candidate
1051 Fort Street.
September St. 11:30 a, in
At An End
AltitclalcJ I'rrn tpreUtl Cable)
ATLANTA, Oa., Sept. 22. Condi
tlona have quieted again after the bit
ter race rloti. The troops aniCpollct
are in control. 7
i. i i
NSWPRAQUE, Minn., Sept. 24.
A collision occurred today on the Mln-neapolls-St.
Louis road. Four were
killed and many Injured.
Why Is It
you hear so many ,
about business being
so bad? There must ba
a reason for It. Our business .
Is good and hat been
better this year than for a long
time and there'a a Reason for this ,
too. We give our customers more
value than elsewhere. Our shoes
wear better than others. Our prices
can't be compared. Wo consider the
Quality, Fit, Durability, Style and
Looks of a shoe before buying. Why
Our new line of Thompson's 8hoea
certainly takes tho cream of trade,
12 new lasts added. All leathers,
all aizes. In fact, everything to make
buying a pleasure,
Shoe Go , Ltd.,
Uixa II 1 II. I.VWU
'Phone Main 282
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