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- EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY. JULY 3, 1008.
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SCENES FROM NAWNAL NNVpitfON that NAMED TAFI and SHERMAN
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OHENnstG OF i2lE FCCTSTEniilXB. .WT.'DBLI.CAr HTlTOraSX.
CONVEWTIDK I-K CBirCA.-
JESOXO J2Z S-TSVZ.KO. u.
"Billy" Robinson of Maui
. Was Almost Called
Like ii,tu'!ny Irits" fimi i'T.i ):
In climes four of tla delegates from
llio Ilnw.illHii Idlamlti.waftf'l l.iio !,
Annox yesterday, 'nicy vn-U' A. (1
M. Hohcitioii iir.'.l John 0. I.anu of '. ;.'
mi.iiisi. W. T. ituli .l.-u'l of t'.o !'... i .
of Maul, nml W. (I. Walker of Hi.' in
land of Hawaii. Robertson ami Rnl
liif.im biought their wives wllli tho.ii.
iays tliu GhleiiKU Kxuuiliiiir.
Thoro Is n mlxup In the ll.wail ' '
ogntlon nml koiuo nt (lie ilolognt". . '
lint hiiio vvliother they an; to oc ucli
gates or simply lookers on nt tho con
eutton. . Koiu' yours in Hawaii cant nix del
egates to llio National convcntlen '.
Robinson ti ail HobOTlonn wero umni
them, lint tliu convention out tho voto
down In two ballots, although tho bi ,
were iornilllil KMicniipy south with a j
third of a vmo eiioh. Thin yuar llio !
Territorial Republican Convention
chose six deJogMcx, Willi Robertson
anil I'rlni'O Cupid Kalaiilananlo. tho
Dclogalo In CoiiKreES, a tho ronl ilcl
iKiiti8 nml tiTo otlii'is na lr.itslblo ilcl
i'Kalos,nomi'thlii(!.ufti'r tin' fashion of
tlm IlllnolH lJiniooratlo ronvcntloii,
wlilrh oloetoil elfilu iIcloRaluK-at-ljrRO
to tho Di'itvur convention, Ktvlns thoin
half a voto onrli.
Delegation Is Unlnttructcd.
nut whether tho quartet that arrived
yoaterilay and llio two additional r'i-
roHi'iita'tlvOB. Senator J. M. Duwsott of
Honolulu nml Krlo Knii'Jscn of tlm
Inland of Knual, will urrlvo today, tiro
Hi'ated or not they will lm Intcrontlns
characters ilnrlni; tho convention
wciili. IJndor tho rulliiK of tho Na
tlnuil Conimltteo hist wcel; Itohorl
son nml I'llnco Cniihl will bn the only
iicciodlti'd t'.olcKates, but Onnlil will
ho tumblo to nttend tho convention
owIiib to tho, BUihleu death of his
brother, nml J. M. Uoweott, his niter
naif, will act for hlni.
Tho (Iclwitloii Is unluetructcil, nl
ila vgaBjart i ir c" Mrjfcp i i wbv'' 'i
ksvj von:: cvEWNCuf aEG3Aw'(i.'ay yBrk'hebald co.vaii BiphtiiRcwni L
rlilo nf tho cover of tho box contain
ing .tho envoi Is lett In Its rough
hown condition, phowltiK tho ileep
hroadax cuta. Tho inallct is about n
t-i to, i i.i' organization In tho
llou.ic of ltcprcboututlvcd which
knowa no t.vi'ilorJ s.ivo "Undo Joo"
riinnon, and for tho &anitorlal com
bine, which switched instantly to tho
Now York man when It discovered
that tho attitude of the VIco l'resl-v
clout nml of tho Indiana dqlcgatlon
K'tt it no ground tipdn which to forco
tho renoniinallon of I'.tlrbanks, Tho
llmiBc orcanlzatlon, which is to say
llio Cannon orRanlzation, was at no '
time for Fairbanks. Its leaders wero
loyally boosting Sherman when ev
ery surface Indication pointed to tho
tenomlnatlnn of Fairbanks.
I The preliminaries wero hrlof, and
, nt 10-30 tho nominating speeches for
i Vito President bcKan, vjth a limit
of ten minutes to each speaker. On
i the call nf States Delaware yielded
' to New York, and cxLleutennnt
j (lovoinor Timothy L. Woodruff
iiiiuuntod tho platform for a glowing
I upcech, placing In nomination Sliei
! nin'n ns New Yurk'a choice for tho
j Cannon rt Great Figure
N.iw i-jimn a surprise, ns tho Yen-
t..il,Io Cannon, with hU Llnooln-llko
vUago and ehnggy beard, emerged
fm:n tba IlllnolH delegation, and,
stopping to tho platform, waB yielded
unanimous consent to second tho
nomination of Sherman, Bitch a pic
ture) of sturdy, homely, plaln'Amerl
can citizenship as Cannon appeared
ns he advanced before tho throng,
which kjsh to do him homage, has
seldom been tetn befora a National
Convention. Ills face was beaded
Made nt hand-hewn oak log fioni' CHICAGO, 111.. Juno 10. Tho' with sweat and his collar had melted
a lilnckhouvo of old Fort Doatlmrn, nomination of Jama S. Bhcrman of , to a rag. which hung limp nbout Ills
the first outpost of civilization uu
lor tho United States (lovcrninont In
inor Govornor Carter. Itnown as the ihe world's lilsgoit estlnct volcano. ,3 Celtic ancestry In a keenness of flag In colored enamel. A sliver VICTORY FOR UHCLF, JOE
"Little Roosovult of Hawaii," ami noblnnn has been ono pi tho mo:,t wli tint hn helped win him n placn plate on tho box bears this lcgcnu:
rnrmor Secretary A, L. C. Atkinson to 'daring or ynrauo cxplorciH of flielns ono or the ,oaucin or ins nectiou or
Ecnd tiio cioivd Instnicied Jor Tali. Islands, hiid; has hrnvoil tho rago of, tho Ropiihllc,ln party. Lane Is a
Hut ns one of tho ilolegitos said job-. Hie native lire goddesa l'olo by do:.-, member of the Territorial faenato and
tcrday, "Wo don't want tiio Htoain cenilliu; to the bottom of tho 10,00n.,ls aho a eandldato for tho olllco of
roller to hit us, to I gucsetwo won't do foot orator of Haleaknln. on his native first Mayor or tho city of Honolulu,
mm limn c iv 'nin Inn ' when Hut roll icland. Ho is known among tho na-l ' '
call on tho ilrat ballot enmes nrnund." tlver. ns Ko-O-Muo, which mcansj, CHICAGO, 111., Juno 10. Th'o gav-Itolx-rtMin.
who is tho National com- shnrlc king. 0 use,t ,,, n,,en tho convention is
mltteeman. Is' en Amer'can, but wan' Walker Ir tiff manager of ono of tho I . i.Uh.ile Inter-
bnm In the HawaKnu li.lands. His richest sugar plantations on Iho B.'noro than of pacing hlstoili. Intoi
wlfe U a native woman of hMi rank land. Ho Is ,i ScoKjlinmn and lias est, being mado from n log prescrv
nu.i im hna liinimhi her with him lo lived 111 Hawaii thirty years, but he 'ed from old Fort Doarborn. Tho in-
ueo the big Ilppubllcan show. Hubert- does not rpoalt n oil or the lan
non Is an attorney of hUh repute. giiago.
Volcanoes Are Mia Tad. John C-. Lone Is thoroughly Hawaii.
lloblUBjirn father was Enallsh and an In appenrnnco. Ho Is moro than
his mother n Hawaiian, Ho has bun six feet tall, with tho grncoful bcarlni;
ttnw Ynrtr fnr Vlr Prprfldonl. ,1,1 vlr. HOCK. HIS vest WHS uirown
,.,.n ,i, !.,,..,, f n. ,nm,..,i,i.. open, exposing a crlmp!ed shirt, and
Chicago or vicinity In tho old North- ,,olr(c0nt; Nntlollni Ucpubllcan ' tho slciVl1' ot ,,ls ,,Iaclc aImcrf coat
curicn up nooui. 111s uansuug cuua uj
his elbows as his waving arms em-
west, 1 SOU. Burned by the IndlnnH
and rebuilt 1810. Tho log from
which this gavol and box nro mado
Is In the collection" of tho departmo.it
of municipal history and museum,
Chicago City Hull, Juno, l'JOS."
Archbishop Ireland, In an address
nt the annual convention of tho Total
Abstinence union of tho aichdloreso
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tho tax ufoMor o4 Maul for twenty Jot ll.a Island folk. Ills father was an woi mng ...... aio,,.., ,u .. :, 8U i,miI, M Inn., said that drinking
though n hard llEht was mado by for. years. Maullo tho Island that Doaats uribUinan onu Lano snows tne trace 01 ;' "" -"" ..-ms i. i ,
Sherman of New York.
Convention, was tho first and only
vlctnrv fnr tlin forcfia which hnvo
deprecated," not to say "viewed "hld his ringing worijs vfoy his
wiih ninrm." ilm nrocri.ua of tho fnllcaRiic and friend James 8.
Cnncrpssman "Jim" Sherman's 1
nomination for VIco I'residont on tho' alr ,cl:!l,1s Kllriutrlck, Chief Jus.
i..i i n. i... ., ,.,, r 01 c ,f nr t'ee nf tho Supremo Court ot Canada.
first ballot by a toto of SIC out of bcMi lnt0, nlinnoof lhQMrou;.i
'.ISO need not ho considered ns a lo-, roproeciUntlvoa ot Croat Biltnln .in
feat for tho Administration, but It n,0 panuaneut board of arbitration at
mutt be cousldercd as a decided vie-1 The Hague. '
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