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At 120 King Street, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii,
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWrAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np I Editorial Rooms, - ISO
May Dr. JarrJ Smith jirovc ns mir-
I. cessful In the tobacco Industry dm lie
V has been In cstabliKhliiR the Federal
Agricultural Kxpcrlmcnt Station In
It Is rather curious that a Rectlo't
of the KuKllsli-siieaKliii; population
KUouh! be bo filled with thu Impor
tance of Its tllssertntlons on Interna
tional peace that It should forget tin.
,- Japanese, whose numbers predomi
nate, also held a peace-talk.
Democrats of Hawaii will of courso
declare for Ilryan. Republican dele-
Bates will vote for Tnft. Thus wo
thtill hac two "Mb Americans" run-
, nine for the Presidency, and Hawaii
hIII have done Its proper part In
shaping the history of tho Nation.
If Senator Harrows has been ap
pointed chairman of the turirf revi
sion committee that Is to sit during
tho Congressional vacation, It ap
pears that the sugar schedule will bo
In safe hands. The Congressional Di
re tory gives no such name as Hal
lows that published In the morning
paper cable In cither the Senate or
'SIB PEARL HARBOR."'
Till- suggestion, mado Hon. S. M.
Ifciuuiii, for cnteitaiiilng the men of
thu I'leet Is er much In line with
(he progress of events nnd Is properly
rtiud as an Important educational
nunc, as well.
Uvei) officer of tho United States
-.'n should Iimo an Intimate ac
qiihliiinmi. v. Iih I'c.iil fiaibor. tiv
cry iiilint.il mini of tlio United States
Nnvt kIiimiIi! kuow where I'carl Har
bor I a n. I whut It looks like. We
Know nf no objective excursion point
thui hIkmiIiI appeal so directly to the
mhi who me to soon visit these wafer-.
I'kiiii the mainland standpoint,
1 Ptarl ll.nlmr Is almost newly dlscoi
itiiI i ixiriti . The jounger officers
nf thi- I'll-, l b ivc learned of the place
rutin ihi-lr hoolu and maps. Tho poi--M'lUauu
who have Mtcil the harbor
nml iIum become thoiougbly Inform
cil on lite plans of the Nnvy for de
iclopmciit Is probably not largo,
i Lit us remember that there Is omy
one place In tho world where tho men
of the Fleet can seo I'carl Harbor.
And this Is one of Hawaii's Oppor
tunities. DEMOCRATS AND LAND.
The Democratic proposal that tho
land laws of the Federal (lovcrnmcut
be applied to the public lands of this
Territory follows a cosj-se that Mils
paper has advocated.
Hut wo havo become convinced,
however, that there Is doubt that tho
application of the Federal laws In
their present condition would result
tatlBfactorlly to tho Torrltory or the
If the Democrats would declare foi
simplification of the land laws under
Federal administration they would
come nearer reaching what they
pretend to bo after,
The great object to bo attained In
tho administration of public lands Is
o make easy the way of tho citizen
who alms to establish a homo am'
live permanently on tho land.
Since tho public-land areas of the
mainland are growing beautiful!)
less, It Is recognized in Federal cir
cles that tho old Kvstem nf Innrl ml.
v- ministration must undergo a change.
Hawaii Is so near tho end of IU
t public-land rope, that it can appre
ciate raoro keenly than tho main
lander what necessity there Is for ex
treme care In guarding against tho
fake homesteader and tho selfish
land-grabber, whoso namo Is fro
Alienation of public land at a tlmo
when our population Is In a forma
tive stago and tho alien predominat
ing, Is a very serious matter,
(Continued from Psee 1)
at Honolulu. Tho names of W. A.
Kinney and Waller were mentioned
for the position, but Kinney stated
this mornlne to a 11 u 1 I e 1 1 n re.
Importer that he was not a candidate
Entrrcil at the ro-iioflici at Honolulu
if Bciund rliM mtltrr.
MAY 18, 1008
for the honor, as he would not run
The convention was called to or
der m 10. I, o'clock by Chairman 1M.
Ingham. I'rnyer was offered by Hov.
.Mr lllplkanc, whereupon the official
call was read by Secretary John 1'in
mcltith, calling for the election of
six delegates nnd six alternated to
the national convention at Denver.
0. K. Lowe was nominated for In
terpreter, but he withdrew In favor
of V. II. loons, who was declared
Ingham called for nominations of
members for the committees, but Mc
Cnndless forestalled this with n mo
Hon nominating Ingham for tempor
ary chairman. C. L. Rhodes nomi
nated John Kmmcluth for temporary
secretary. They wero both elected.
Rhodes moved that the convention
appoint committees on credentials,
resolutions, mid on rules nnd perma
nent organization, each to consist of
a member from each district and ono
member at huge.
J.W. II. I. Klhc raised n kick at
tho appointment of tho committees
In this form, but was stopped by Km-
melifthi'who raised a point of order.
.Mccnndlcss nnd Kmmcluth aroso to
mnko explanations and Kllio flnnlly
subsided. Rhodes' motion was then
nut ngaln and carried.
The committees wero chosen ni
fYedontlals 1st District, It. H.
Ktliflll: 2d, J. W. II. I. Klhc: 3d. Na
M I'aln: 4th, CI. K. Lowo; Dth, K. L.
Like; 0th, Geo. Kalelohl; chairman
ut largo, John Kmmcluth.
It'ili's- Chairman at large, H. M.
tmi. 1st District, Joe I'lrez, Jr.;
Leaving by tho New Steamship
MAUNA KKA" at noon Tuesday,
May 19th. Returning by Steamship
M VUNA LOA" Tuesday. Mm- "nil,
An exceptional ouportunity to see
.-...uiJ,i ,,i nuicnt eruption:
to visit the Koa and Fern
Forests; to make the
circuit of Hawaii.
ALL FOR ?5 1.00 I
For information nmirr1tn ..
WATERH0USE TEUBT COMPANY,
ior. ton ana Merchant Sto.,
Punahou District, College Street,
Lot 75x125, three bedroom
modern cottage $3200,
Mftkiki District, Kinau Street, lot
60x90, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modern bunga
Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Merohant Steeels,
9l Toif U,aolAv
Only a Short Time
It will be only ii little whllo
before. It will cost )ou more
money to buy a home. Now
ono may be had nt n bar
gain. Wo lino n beautiful
home for ISiifiO.OO, n liotiso
of 8 rooms with nil modern
2d, C. K. Tlmotco; 3d, 8. K. Keku
cwn; 4th, Daniel Yowoll; Cth, It. II.
Trent; Cth, K. K. I'lkao.
Resolutions Chnlrman nt lnicn.
A. Kinney; 1st District, J. II. I'lll
walc: 2d, K. van lino; 3d, L. It.
Crook; 1th, C. L. Rhodes; r.lh, L. L.
McCandless; Cth, J. 8. Chandler. '
A motion was then mmln to inkn .i
icccss until 1 n. in.. 'in order to L-In
the committees n chnnco to work. All
members ut tho convention hnvlnir
resolutions to present wero Instruct
ed to leave them with Secretary ihn-
mclutli. Ingham stated that the
committee on resolutions would have
power to use Its discretion In regard
to tho resolutions presented.
Ashford wnnlcd to know whether
this meant that members would not
bo nl lowed lo iimcnd tho report of
the committee on resolutions, Ing
hnm answered that after such n in.
port had been mado It would bo with
in the power of the convention to
amend the report.
Tho chairmen of tho threo com
mittees announced that tho commit
tees would meet Immediately,
Rhodes repeated his motion to
tnko a recess until 1 p. m which
The accredited delegates: to tho
convention me ns follows: ''
2nd Precinct: J. A. K. Ohln.
Cth: D. M. Kualll.
Cth: J, Kanacholo, Jr.
7th: J. II. Plllwalc.
9th: Wm. Lachn.
" 12th: Joseph Perez.
2d Precinct: C. L. Tlmotco.
4th: J. W. II. I. Klho nnd J.
Cth: Thos. K. Kulkc.
7th: Z. Kalokuokamnllo (proxy of
10th: Geo. Kauwe and 13. van Hao.
11th: O. T. Shlpman.
2d Precinct: D. P. Palena. orovv
T. II. Lyons.
4th: D. A. Manuka, nroxv W. 1,.
GthfT. 11. Lyons.
Cth: O. L. Coko.
13th: Rev. J, B. KeklpI, proxy T.
10th: Sam Kuela.
20th: John F. Unca, proxy J. Kiu
meluth. FOURTH DISTRICT
1st Precinct: Kd. Ingham, Kolli
nul, R. IJ. Reedy.
2d: M. J. K. Hopkins, II, A. Juoji,
A. Kawalhoa, M. II. Sandors.
3d: W. S. KdinBs, W. C. McGon
agle, C. L. Ilhodcs, K. C. Rowo
4 th: J. J. uan, V. Gchring, C. J.
McCarthy, Win. D. Mclntyrc.
Cth: Geo. Kano, J, K. Kcklpl, D.
K. Mahukn, Dan Yowcll.
Cth: Jns. A. Auld, 8r Abrnhnm
Kalelkau, Thos. O. Oandnll, John
aalhralth, "K. II, F. Woltera.
7th: M. M. Ferrelra, Jr., William
Frlel, J. 8. Murtln, A. V. Peters, Dan
Nahoolowa, B. M. Watson.
8th: 8. Giimpfor, J. D. Holt, W. II,
KcClclhin, M, K. Sllvn.
9th: Mr. Goncy, L. F. Kahllahlla,
Geo. K. Uiwe, II. II. Makla, K, D.
For Ytnr Next Evening flown.
Made of Pineapple Film and Bilk,
in stripes only.
We hare two patterns in each ot
tne following colors:
WHITE WITH FINK;
WHITE WTIH BLUE:
WHITE WITH LAVENDER:
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
mttMiMfii tYi i II Tsissf IsssJssssJ
MtHinurf, Jr- ('MM, KMi tVMn
oka, .MesM MM.
1st I'rrelnet N Mafcnfca.
M: W. K. Aimm
3d: I). Kmnraln
th: Win. Kal, Knhak.nl. UHwno
8th: J. J. fijrrne. K. K. IUmH
Othr II.- X, Vtabbr. (I. H. Ilrlkr.
Ihl, Sam Kunnhelo. K. Krlllklpl.
10th: Jus. Klpap.
11th: .1. V. ninlkanr. L. K Ms.
Candles. It. II. Trent.
13th: 1). Kali. N Keawe. John Ka.
nne, I). II. Kcawehaku. 3. K. Kannlu,
I3th: K. L. Like
2d Precinct: V II Naumu.
Cth: M. A. Mlkarle
"th: H. , I'Jkao. K.itu'kiiiu-lila.
8th: (Ico. Knlrliibl.
9th: Mr. Chnndlri
10th: 8. K. Kant mil.
"SEE PEARL HARBOR"
iT!nntimistl tmtvt Pdrra, 1
an much ns ptmlblo ilumuli tlicro nro
ponio itlmnoft of It thai do noi apiKxil
to mo wry Rinmgl
"A fllP l'lMirl II .1 iu flml-.. I j ....
-., .... . ,,,, a.u.uL., titviV in tut
doubt of what nr should do. Of
courso I do 'not know what tho com
mlttio has In mind bni It icenia to Ino
that It would bo tin- propor thing to
charter two of th,. small Island
steamers If posslbu prmldo n good
lunch nml mnko a biislneiis or being
certain tlitir vin ni'imtt. ...t ,i... .
ships shall (tea Pearl llaibor They
of all others nro Mtilly Interested.
"And If possible It niniM bo well
to hao thu men go d"wn. Then they
would know I'carl Ilnriir, nnd they
would ho great factor" In acquainting
tho peojilo uf the mainland wllh tho
harbor nnd tho del"pment of thin
TOBACCO C0JJPANY LAUNCHED
(Continued from Pssc 1)
Tho laud which ih- coinp.uij will
rulilvalo is 2l!i acna situatcil ut Kou
kea, South Konn heln. Iea.ied fiom
tho lllshop Hstuto b Jiired Hmllh for
tWenl-OllO Vo.uk nl nil mitiliitt innlnl
This lensod land h inken over In
the ciimpany, which iM1H Mr. Sinllji
700u In paliUfp stock
This comimii' rpiMiKniii iim ..n.
neer corporation In ilio ditilnpiuiuil
of tho tobacco IndiMrj of tho Isluuds.
Plof. Klllllll hnu innlim..l lilu w...ltl....
as Director oWtho IVdoial AKilculliir
nl BxporllnonrBtntlim In order In taki
tho inuuagcmhnt Ho has hern cry
cnthuslustlo iVrr the prospects for to
uacco ciiuurq, as II hits been proved
beVOUll doilbL. thai Ii ulliti.rln, fiutilll.'
of leaf enn I19 giown on the lands
ivviuu u- iiiu company.
Tho soml-llnnls or tho Invitation
tournament of tho llcretanln Tenuis
Club wero played Saturday afternoon
and resulted iih follows:
A. J. Lowrcy beat A. R. Cunhn,
1-C, C-l, 0-C, C-2, C-l.
W. L. Wnrrcn beat Stnnley Ken
nedy, 11-9, l-fi, 0-2, C-3.
Tho final will piohably bo playeil
on Tuesday afternoon between W. L.
warren and A. J. Lowroy.
Warren, who Is phiyluc In very
(Ino form nt present, won tho Wall
Cup only 11 weok ngo.
Tansan (linger Alo Is without ipics
lion tho best on tho nmrkot. Try It.
IF YOUR WATCH
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle shake will not put it
in order. Let ns examine it.
Our Watchmakers Are Thor- H
ough Mechanics, who under
We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION if you will
bring your watch to us,
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Thoroughbred Airedale Terrier (Im
ported). To be seen at the Veteri
nary infirmary of
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
FINEST FIT '
and oloth of A-l qnality can be pur
r, 0. Box 081. Telephone 031.
I 1 I
STEIH.BI.0CH tailoring nethoJs are typiilly ArMtiwn. We
do a big thing well by developing ttute-hoioted &tkodi to west
Experience has taaght us tht men art so much alike in gvr
eral build that by averaging uu 1m illirrnic clotliM ron be
made to fit.
Thus far it is raathemaliM. Thit tWie, wc turn to style, ami
here imagination enters and cloaks or efforts with personality nwd
The completed clothes ate turned over to you, in your city,
to try on, and see for yourself in yjr clothier's glass how close
our workmanship has come ta jonr wnoinl requirements.
This, we believe, is mcden and American aad mejts a need
that no other method can satisfy to fairly And So Etonemisnlly.
S CAi VJ
M. Mclnerny, Ltd., Age
Library Bureau Outfits!
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Office Fittings nml
Supplies; also New Jersey School
Church Furit. Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, nml Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks nnd Scats, latest improved tic
ligiu. Estimates given, Imports to ordct,
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
' This Is Unii une of Those
, BEAUTIFUL WATCHES
we me offering nt
S 1 . 0 0 PER WEEK
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU,
There will be a
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
1S4 Dcrofunia near Fort St,
The Four Leaders
Hawaiian News Co.,
CKCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
don by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleanlna
20? Doretanla St. Phone IIH
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0 xi 3t.5
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Tovk and Mei'oiinjit Streets
'is. rr-y-'FJv b'a
rrnvnw MFffy. w
& sTnr.WTnM Miinur: rn
V, 1?"''.' '" "W,
$20 to $30 mp "' fiHl,c w 5"w w8-
Ut 3UII WcH-DrcsjciJ, U dw'i wl pjy nojp,
Geo. A. Martin, Hole! St,
This is Free Aylf. for i
A Booklet, f of yplupWp fjj for ;)oorf, cflCjJ
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Tho latest nnd ar;et nMaUniBHf
of lifinil-inartc fipij piilufpr esier
posicfivilw j(i Hawaiian Viow&, Fqw
cm nnd I'mlii, nt,
wpRDoirn nuwosrrv baaaji,
Alal;e,i Pt liel, Khir ai Mcrf?.
MiMI J j. y;y- TlSllissmsBsSsHHLM
has rnriud the ;ir.me it jip
Tlie flour ii IJfe
by ils CQiuistentl irst.clyp
This Hew Procerji, Paltnt
Holler Flour is liic WfJhJ.
f,iTiiio oi nny row in tlilBlnai
Ask your grocer r;r l,
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