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Vol. XIII No 3506
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to do such a thing If that advertis
ing did not bring results The (act
that they continue to do It proves
the other fact that this Advertising
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Was Floated Easily At
High Tide This
TRANSPORT 1U0U8HT NOT
TO BE SERIOUSLY INJURED
IS NOT LEAKINQ BADLY AND HER
INJURIES CAN BE REPAIRED
WITHOUT VERY MUCH
Tlio Hherldan Ik In port.
Wounded niul crippled, sbo limped In.
to (lie hnibor thlH inornltiK like a brok
ui winged lilnl, and nt 10: IS rented her
we.uy nicies against tlfn Hackfclil
wharf. Hlio Is I1I.11 kencd anil stained.
Hit ili'iks nn piled with conlagu and
cluttered with on hies anil Mack, smok
ing hollers. Shn leans our to onu side
nn It tun ueiry to bold herself upright.
Her crew :iro tired and dirty.
lint she In in. The last of the three
etsels u looked In this part of lbs
w oi lil Inn been saved from the hm.
It was Just 4: no thli morning when
the Hherldan Mine oft tbo beach upon
wblcb slio was run after being pulled
HIT tbo net nt ll.irber'B I'olul. It was
high rlile ubout ft o'clock this inornlng,
mid prrpniatloiiH luid been tuadn for
unn ileOnlw Jillll. .Lines welu out to
tlw Unfold. ,tbn Iwuluiil ami the Iro
ipiols, :uiil Icedgci niit'liors lind been laid,
iipon Mblib tbo Hhcrlilan herself wuh
to pull Vllli tier steam winches. Kcry
tblug uns In readiness for ono strung
pull that was cxperteil to bring tbu
itrnuileil Irnusport out Into deep water.
It wasn't neeileil. She came, without
it. 'llio reselling esnols wero not
pulling much hauler than they lmo
l.cen for the pant two da) h, wlcn.siid
ilenly tlio Sheridan started and ulmokt
beloro they knew It, Mild off the sand
mid out Into tlio deeper water floated
unco more. It xeoniH that sbo bud boon
looKouiil In her bed of mind by tbo pull
ing of , the taut tvso clays, and when tlio
lliifiuil' hIcihc'iI her n round a little, alio
(nmo off without illMlciilty.
The rest was easy. Tlio Iroquois took
er In low and beaded for tba harbor.
Lifting stmtigl) lo port, and Iniojed
lip on on side by tlio water boat and
i. n the oilier y the old coal bargo Mu
tant thou, fattened lo her slcli-i to pre
vent tiny diugei of her turning turtle
tboiild Klin ngulu show Indications of
lining so. the transport, which for more
than n month lias been lying within n
low miles of tlio tlly, J el tiunbln to get
into port, riept Hlowly Into tbo harbor.
A stii'im of water from her pumps
poured out from eneb Ride. Illaek
linolce poured from tbo funnels of the
hollers that work her pumps. She
lookicl dirty and dlsrepuliibln, beailin;
llltlo resemblanco to tbo clem, white
rhlp that was her former self.
II ut after all, sbo Is not badly In-
Jill eel. It will not b long liefoie nn;
In nrnln lepalrecl und once moro mak
ing her regular runs back and forth
in Kiss tlio I'mlllr.
Captain 1'e.ibody states that the ves
sel Is milking very Utile water. Onn
piiiim Is nblo lo rontrol the leak, aud
men then Is obliged to shut down part
(Continued on Page 2)
And They Will Vote For
The Home Rule
ON I0W TUNIS 10
BEST MEN" FROM HAWAIIAN
STANDPOINT DO NOT FIT IN
WITH THOSE PROPOSED
"You mark what I tell you," said
n piomlneiit Hawaiian-American yes
terday, "The Third l'reclnct of tho
Fourth District will cast mora Homo
ltulo votVH at this election than Repub
lican votes If this talk among tho
jiaoleg of split ticket keeps up,
"Yes. slrl That precinct will switch
Just as sure as jou uro born and W.
u. Smith will be oue the men who
villi disappear In the wreck. Old man
Kalauokalanr will beat him.
"When you haoles ask the reason
why, they will tell you the truth. They
will say that you taught us to vote
tho s'ralght ticket and Just as noon
as we came over Ino the Republican
auks Homo of our people turned their
coats and began to shout for the split
"Now don't you suppose for a min
ute that the Hawaiian Is not watching
tlrese men who are now changing
their tune and telling them to vote
lor the best men. Why, that 'best
men' talk was tho first Homo Rule text
and now somo of you haoles are com
ing back to It.
"11 Is easier for tho Hawaiian to
vote for the ones he thinks are the
'best men' than It is to follow the
new party lead Idea.
"Out don't Kfl the Idea Into your
head that he will vote aa tho. split
ticket haoles tell him. Not for a min
ute. You hear what I say. W. O.
Hnillh is ono of the hardest men, on
your ticket you havo to pull through
and according to all 1 read ho is tho
man jou haoles all want.
"Now Smith was one of tbo men
who brought about annexation. Way
down In the Hawnllans' heart that Is
sue will not bo dead till tho present
l.eueiatlou dies. They can say we,
have forgotten It, but our memory Is
not so short as all that.
'Smith's friends are whooping It up
In great shape for a picking out of the
'best men' by the voters. If that's tho,
gamo ou'ro going to play. It the hao
les are not golngto stand by the Ha
wullaus when they vote straight, then
I tell j on tho Hawallans are not go.'.ig
to stand by the haoles,
"That's the straight of It. Tho Ha
wallans are slow to turn. After hard
vork they wero swung to tho Repub
lican list. They can swing back and
the will If tho present campaign to
break up tho Republican party goes
on the way It has started out. It will
be Home Kulo victory, not Democrat
or Republican, If tho Hawallans once
turn on you."
On and after Thursday, October 4,
registration open from 7 to 9 a. m., 11
a. m. to 2 p. m. and 4 to 8 p. m,
MAUU IN NEW VORK
We Have The
In clothaa to meat your da
aire, Wa have had the prop
er qualities right along, avan
those of ultra-faehlonable cut.
Considering the vary reas
onable price at which good
clothes are aold nowadaya,
there la no excuse for any
man not to be dressed In ac
cord with Fashion.
THE K ASH CO., LTD,
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNEP FORT AND HOTEL 8T8,
Bulletin Artist Depicts Results Of
Roosevelt Carnegie Spelling Skule
tl.ll The entirt tirtattiofT , -., v eJsaW
te, is KlcuMcd toprntuee 7 ( J, How $. V JfFtk
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TAKES OF CZAR'S
AOTO CUP ALLIANCE
(Annotated Prtn Special CabUI
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Oct. 6 Loula
Wagner of France won'the Vanderbilt i
Cup In the automobile race today. Lan-
cla of Italy waa aeeond and Duray of c
Franca third. The record was 297 '.
miles In 290 minutes.
The Manchuria Is being given a trial
run today to trst her engines and sec
that everything Is In good order be
loro she leaves this port. The dock
trial made yesterday resulted satisfac
torily, and If tbo testUoday results as
well) It Is probable that the Manchuria
will get away soon. No orders as to her
tailing have yet been received but they
are expected to arrive as soon as the
result of Ibis test Is made known at
headquarters. Captain Saunders ex
presses himself as well satisfied with
the condition of the big lluer.
The Manchuria shifted her berth re
cently to tho other side of the Hack
leld. wharf to make room for the Sher
idan. Tho man who lives on ham sand
wich lunches all the week cannot be
blamed for not being very enthusias
tic over picnic dinners.
All prior registrations are null and
Next Monday will be the last, day on
which Jhe Registration Oourd will bo
In session. Those who havo not reg
istered at midnight Monday will bo ir
revocably disfranchised aa far as tho
'present election is concerned.
I At present It looks as If tho Fifth I
I District was going to come close to
having a fairly full registration. 'I Ills
morning nt 9 o'clock 2980 'voters had
egUfered as igulnst 3109 last election.
The Eighth Precinct In the Fifth has
been particularly delinquent, only ZOO
out of an estimated 285 voters having
leglctcred. In the Fourth the situation
looks more serious. At 9 a. m. today
2803 had registered, while at last elec
tion the same district counted no lesi
than 3S13 registered voters.
It Is bettor to use a little time In
studying tho combination than to blow
open the safe.
Your wife can be made one
of your executora and, If de
aired, we will act with her, re
llevlna her of work and worry
and maintaining the integrity
of your estate.
Fort 8t. JQonolul'.
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP A CO , the
More, In the Young lulldlng, which recently bought the etock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
le retiring from business, have placed on sale at J, HOPP 4
CO.'S atorea'the entire atock of Porter'e at price which have
never been plaeed en furniture here before. .
J. HOPP A CO. carry on their own account a large took
of furniture and they have no room for Porter'e atoek, eo
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your monty
with you and the price wllf be Itsa than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co, had a atock which Included eome
high grade goods. Wa will "murder" these. W have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and must put Porter'e
atook out of the way.
The atock Includes everything you can use In your houM.
Now le the time to buy It. ,
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
REMEMBER THE PLACEI
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1065 YOUNQ BUILDING BISHOP STREET.
( iMorfulrcf 1'rtn iftelal Cable)
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Oct. 6.
A marriage has been arranged be
tween the Grand Duke Michael, broth
er of the Czar, and Patricia, a nleco
of King Edward.
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, BERMUDIAN' FLOATED
(Anoctattd Crtll tptvktl Cabltt
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. C The
steamer Bermudla.n, which went
ashore In the channel, waa floated to
day. Additional Cable Newe on Page 2.
1 6:111 PIKE
This Is I he night anil tho roof pardon
of the Alexander Young Hotel Is tho
plure for the ciaiul social clanco gut
ten up by tho hotel niauageiiient In
honor of the oltlcers of tho (I. S. S. Wis
consin, the transports Iluforil and Slit r
Idan and II. I. J. M. Anegawa-go. .Ml
city friends of the hotel nre lonllally
Invited. The best Hawaiian music Well
assist to mako tho clanco an event
worth Inscribing In diaries.
Iximlon's not municipal debt
amounts to $223,101,330.
Sllvearwtirea nncl vnl
uabloii not In uctlvo
uaa athould bo Uo
pojalttjd with us In
ordr ttat they he
' kapt afe from thu
active hurjclat. Our
charge let Hmull,
Truest Company, ltd.
, NEW CRUISER LAUNCHED
fAitociatrd Vrttt ftp'etal Coble)
NEWPORT NEW8, Va., Oct. 0.
The cruiser North Carolina was suc
cessfully launched today.
In our line .and at
the right prices.
Why Is It
you hear so many
about business being
so bad? There must be
a reason for It. Our business ,
la good and has been
better this year than fora long
time and there'a a Reason for this
too. We give our customers more
value than elsewhere. Our shoes
wear better than other. Our prices
can't be compared. We consider the
Quality, Fit, Durability, Style and
Looks of a shoe before buying. Why
Our new line of Thompson's Shoes
certainly takes the cream of trade.
12 new lasts added. All leathera,
all sizes. In fact, everything to make
buying a pleasure,
PRICE 4 .50.
Manufacturers Shoe Co,, Ltd,,
J 051 Fort Street.
'Phone Main 282
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