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Bryan Supporters Beat
0. T. Shipman Sam Woods
Jas. L. Coke Dr. J. H. Raymond
E. M. Watson J. J. Egan
C. W. McOonagle R- H. Trent
Frank R. Harvey , J. J. Fern
The ahovo are tho delegates anil cn'ed," lie. said. "It rcccUoi no con
nUernntcH chosen by tho Democratic Isldcrntlon; whilo on the other hand
convention jestcrdny to represent an unlnstructcd delegation cm tnko
Hawaii at the Natlonnl convention at
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J. H. TOWNSEND Secretory
Tho session of the convention yes
terday afternoon vns onlhcned by
speeches with which tho delegatus
whllcd nwny the time whilo the com
mittees were putting tho finishing
touches on their reports.
R. II. Trent made a humorous
speech which was exceedingly well
received. J. J.l'crn spoko nt length
In Hawaiian and was enthusiastical
ly npplaudcil. Ho then spolio In En
glish, announcing tho discovery that
evcrjono In Hawaii was turning Dem
"All wo want Is eight good Sena
tors," ho said. "Then wo will
change tho laws nnd glvo evcrjono
work. Wo must elect all tho Super
visors and Representatives."
Asliford remarked that Kauai had
heretofore beon benighted, but now
It had joined tho Democratic organi
zation, nnd for this reason It would
ho well to hear from a Knual man.
J. S. Chandler took up the Invita
tion. Tho Democratic party had, he
said, planted a small seed on Kauai,
but the fruit had been great. The
people of Kauai had had enough of
tho harvest they had reaped during
tho piiBt socn j cars, and now thoy
were flocking to tho Democratic stan
dard. Thcro wcro now not forty
Homo Rulers left on Kauai, and the
Republicans thcro had lost consider
"Tho hottest fight I had was tho
Mcllrydo Sugar Co ," ho said. "The
men said I had bettor ask tho bosses
on whom they depended for a liveli
hood, before I could count on them.
I saw tho managor, and he gavo his
word that tho men could do as they
Dr. Raytnand said that question
had been raised ns to whether he
wcro A Democrat. If ilia were not he
would not bo at tho convention. He
spoko at length on his political
views, venturing the nsscrtlon that
tho pcoplo should Join tho Democrat
ic party and proceed on Jeffcrsonlan
principles and leavo out personali
ties and recriminations. He believ
ed that In applications for office
Hawallans should bo given prefer
ence, ns the )oung Hawaiian was en
titled to tho support of overy strong
man, such as ho had given to Kcpol
kal and Kcola. It was up to the
people to do everything to aid tho
rising Hawaiian. He had been asked
to run for Senator, and ho expected
to do so, and If ho should bo elected
every jountf Hawaiian who applied
to him for a position would bo con
sidered number one.
After theso speeches tho consider
ation of tho report of the committee,
on platform and resolutions was tak
en up. Ono Hawaiian gentleman
moved to take tho report up section
by section. Juen said this would
tako too much tlmo. Ingham moved
tho question, but Ashford got In n
motion for tho consideration of tho
report section by section. He gain
ed only five' votft, nnd tho motion
was lost. Tho motion to ndopt tho
report ns a wholo was then carried
against Ann ford's protest.
Ashford now movod to strike tho
last paragraph out Instructing tho
delegates for Hrynn. He said the
motion had been railroaded) He did
not object to anendorscment of llry
an, but he did object to tho cheapen
ing of Hawaii's delegation.
"An Instructed delegation Is chcup-
I n .t.,n ntn .ta lt lir1. ntllili.1 II , I ( I am na
tilt fUII,lltU u. mibii 'l"" 'UHIIIVB IO
present themsches. I jcllco that
our delegation will be favorablo to
Ilryan, nt least on tho first ballot,
but as the Democratic oncntlon
rules nro different from those of the
Republicans, requiring a two-thirds
vote for tho nomination of President,
llrjnn probably has a majority, but
ho may not havo a two-thlids major
ity. He may not bo able to get more
votes, nnd why, In hcnuii's name,
should Hawaii's delegates not be at
liberty to change to another candi
date, If they find that (Irian's cite
is hopeless? My motion, thcicforc, Is
to strlko out tho paragraph Instruct
ing tho delegation to loti In favor
McCarthy said ho was In sjmpathj
with Ash ford's vlewa but iiiuld not
entertain his motion.
C. h. Rhodes inoicd to proceed to
tho nomination of tho dclcgitcs, nnd
the workers against Instructed dele
gates were finally silenced
Tho election of tho delegates fol
lowed, resulting as stated alioie. Pal
mer Woods' letter of resignation ns
National Committeeman was rcid. 0.
J. Waller and T. U. Ljons wero plac.'
cd In nomination to succeed him, the
Maul man being strougl) supported
in a speech by his fellow WnlluKan,
Coke. Waller won out bj a oto of
CO to Gl. Tho rules of tho party as
framed by tho Central Committee
wore then adopted, and, niter n few
more speeches In which tho Demo
cratic party wns praised at great
longth, the convention dosed.
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The Merry Widow Chrysanthemum
Large American Beauty Roses
French Foliage and Marguerites
Gold Bands, Cerise Novelties
Our floral display came to us direct from Paris. Note the tags. These
rotes cannot be duplicated.
AH of which are 'shown exclusively at
wHufflfliRsI DUNN'S HAT SHOP
One M) It Is kidney trouble, another
that It Is Ilrlghl'n DImhjm. hut Is the
ur of nplittlnir Imlrs when iilnc-tcnthn
of tho kidney trouble show ulbumen If
tested for It, and no Inauranco Compuny
then wnntii you. no matter what you
call our trouble or how well you look?
Are o nuuru tint the hint U. H
census shows that nine-tenths of nil tho
dead from kidney troubles had Bright'
Ulscnie? Well. It Is n nosltlio fact, and
tha ccnuus glios tho URurca, viz.: 68,000
out of 63.000 tho last census rur.
Then, how under tho sun can you afford
to take anything In the, world for that
kidney trouble of nurs hut rulton's
lunm compound; Honolulu Drug Co.
Kort St. IT
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Tho wholo downtown district
scorned bright and happy on Monday
and a part of today.
Demosthenes I.J curp.ua has been In
town. Demosthenes docs not coma tc
town often but when ho docs he
brings his laugh with him. Ho sas
mat tho volcano and tho Volcanc.
Houso now furnish tho groatcst com
blnation for comfort nnd plcasuru that
can bo found anywhere. Thoro Is no
doubt that ho speaks tho truth. The
house has "been painted, now comfortt
added and the volcanic pit lias been
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Tho corncr-stono of tho now Yoko
hama Spcclo Hank building, mnuka
of tho pollco station, will bo laid nel
month. Tho exact dato Is to bo set
upon tho arrival of 11, llekkcy, one
of tho directors of tho Specie Hank.
He is now In Now York and will
leave San Francisco on the steam
ship China, sailing from there Juno
2d. Mr. llekkcy will stay hero for n
week, inspecting tho condition of the
local branch. 5Ir. Tlokkey will l.ij
tho corncr-stono himself. He will
return to Japan In tho Manchuria,
leaving here on tho lMh Inst.
Tho Hawaiian band will glvo a pub
lie concert tonight at Thomas Square
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Follow
ing Is tho program:
March "Tho Directorate" .... Housa
Otorturo "Tho Smuggler's Ilrldo".
Intormozio "Thu Queen of tho
'Tour Ilumurcs(iien" Dioink
Vocal Hawaiian Songs . ar. by Ilergcr
"Tho Turkish March" (now)
(a) "Mack K ed Susan" (now) ....
(b) "Sonoma" (now) .... Frlodman
March "Tho Frco I.anco" .... Soiibii
"Tho Star Spangled Uanncr."
Thomas Walsh, chlof onglneor nt
now Palaco hotel, repulsed by friend's
wire, attempts sulcldo,
I Dank crash leads to sulcldo in San
rranclsco park of J. A, Holmes, who
lost nn in uicck.
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