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EVENING BULLETIN, HOiNOLULU, T. H., 8ATUIIDAY, JULY 18, 1908.
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Uncontested Elections In
All Precinc.s Of
Tho election of oniccrs for tlio vn
rloua Itciiiilillcnii precinct clulm on
tliltt Island took place Inst vvcnlng, ill
thoiiKh In most of thi! prcclnctH tills
ns merely a formality, (hero liavlnR
been only ono not of olllcers iiumlnnt
eil nt tho niccthiKs liclil the previous
week, In which case tlieie, of course,
wcro , declared elctd without a con
test. In tho Seventh Precinct of the Fifth
District, tho only precinct In which
lliero wcro two tickets nominated, Kly
Crawford, the leader or dno of them,
withdrew, and as a roiikeqiienco tho
following tickets was elected:
President, 11. K. Alnpal; first vice
president, John Maukoll; second icc
president, C. A. Wills; secretary, S.
Mnhclona; nsslstnut sccietary, Chas.
Kaulukukul; treasurer, C. 1). Malic;
Judges of election, .In", K. Inch, Hlr
mil Kahclo, D'. K. I'uhlkea; executlvo
co'mmltteo, Jos. Knlnnn, J. V. Dlaa,
Chas. Holonn, Moses Nawnn, Sol. Pna
wela. In tho outside precincts of the Fifth
tho elections resulted as follows:
Klrst Precinct, Koolaupoko Presi
dent, Henry Colili AdamS; first vice
president, Frank Pnhla: second vice
president, Wahlncokol; sccrctnry,
Zachnrlah McKeaguc; assistant secre
tary, Frnnk Kcntohn; treasurer, Jos
eph Joekl; judges of election, E. T.
Alkue, James Kauai, John Paoa; ex
ecutive committee, John Hell, J. H.
Oero, John Trowdcr, Isaac Adams, V.
Second. Precinct, Koolauloa Presi
dent, S. W. Logan; first vice" presi
dent, L. K, Naono; second vice presi
dent, Jos. Kckuku; rccrctary, Chns.
Drldgcs; assistant recretary. Sum
l.un; treasurer, L. 11. N'alnoa; Judges
of election. Win, Lnnz; II. N. Kcknu
oha, Manuel 8ylvesterj executive com
mittee, M. Knanaann, S. .M. Nlhlpull,
Knuaati, Hamana, Jno. Paoa.
Third Preclnot, Wnlalun V. W.
(loodalo, president; A. S. Mahaulu,
first vlco president; J, Kancakclau,
second vice president; J. K. Knuwalu,
secretary; Jonathan Alau, assistant
secretary; Ed Hore, treasurer; O. P.
Cox, Chas. Kukca, n. Kinney, execu
tive Committee; Chas. M. Keahtnul,
Joseph Kahaokamoku, Edward Poo,
Judges of election.
First Mothodlet Episcopal Church -David
W. Crane, pastor. Sunday
school, 9M3 a. m. Morning worship
11 o'clock; Dr. John W. Wadmnn will
preach and administer tho sacrament
of tho Lord's supper. Epworth League
G:30 p. m. Evening service nt 7:30;
Chaplain Charlcton, of tho liittleship
Georgia will preach. Prof. Lewis will
presldo at tho organ nml lead the
chorus chojr. A special Imitation Is
extended to thu men of our licet to
meet uud worship with us.
Oerman Luthcrlau Chinch Pastor
Felmy. 9:15 Sunday hchool; 11, service.
Central Union Church Moinlug
worship at 11 o'clock; tho minister
will preach, subject, "Tho Threo
Kons." Evening worship at 7:30
o'clock: Fleet musical servlco; Hon
Paul Iscnlicrg and Mrs. Mnckall will
sing; Miss Klumpko and Mrs. A. 1).
lugalls will play the violin; tho full
choir and chorus will render Qounod's
"Sanctus." At tho evening t-ervlco
tho main floor will ho reserved for tho
men of tho Fleet, (lallery and chapel
corridors open to tho public.
Roman Catholic Cathedral C n. in.,
low mass with holy communion ond
Portuguese Instruction; 7 a. m., low
mass with holy communion; !) a. m.,
low mass with English Instruction;
10:30 a, m., high mass with Native
Bcrmon; 2 p. m., Ttosary with Natlvu
instruction; 7 p. ni Portugiteso ser
mon and solemn benediction. During
tho week, maescB nt G and 7 a. m,
The clergy of St. Andrew's Cathcd
ial Intend to hold un open-air scrvlcu
tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. Tho servlco
will consist of fnmillar hymns, ncconi
panicd by thu band and addresses by
Ulshop Itesturlck and tho Rev. W. II.
Ullss. In enhu of rain tho bcnlco will
he held In tho Cathedral.
Christian Church A, C. McKeovcr,
pastor. 9:15 Illblo school; fi:30, Y. P,
U. C. i:.; 11 a. in., beimon, btibject
"Whom Will Yon Serve?" 7:30 p. m
sermon, subjoct "Tho Corrosive Illood
of Christ." All uro Invited. Hos of
tho Navy especially welcome.
St, Angustlno on tho Beach, Walkl
kl; 9 a. in., mass with singing and
English sermon. All men from tho
Army and Navy are welcome at tho
Mission during their stny In tho city
mil may iiho tho Mlshlilu Hall nt any
Says Campaign Issue Is
LINCOLN, Neb., July I. William
Jennings llryan, fiom the porch of
his Fiilrvlcw residence, told n big del
egation of Pennsylvania men nirl
women who stopped In Lincoln on
their way to Denver, Just what ho
thought ubout James M. (lurTej,
Standard Oil magnate and Democrat
ic boss In the Koystoue State, llryan
called OuHey n "hushwhnckcr" nnd
several other things, wildcat tho
crowd of loyal Ilrynnltei cheered
themselves hoarse. It was (he Unit
bitterness that llryan has shown dur
ing tho preliminary campaign for tho
Piesldenttnl nomination. It was en
tirely unexpected to all savo n few of
the leaders of the Pennsylvania dele
gation, who had nn Intimation of
what llryan was to do.
fluff cy has been bitterly opposed to
rfryan. He has fought him tooth nnd
"Tho overshadowing Issue of this
campaign,'' said llryan, "is simply
this: Shall tfie people run their own
government cjV shall the masses ho ex
ploited by those who nro raised to
power by thejprcdntory corporations?
Let the people rule, is going to be
one nf tho Issues of tho campaign,
and it Is very 'appropriate Hint as this
convention Is about to assemble, as
its platform'is about to bo written, r,s
its nominees nro nbout to bo named,
that tho Pennsylvania Democrats
should bo the first to stop off hero and
give their pledge that Pennsylvania's
Influence wilbjchrqwiijURalnst the
political boss and tho corporation In
Keeps Out of Local Fights ,
Ilrynn then went on -to say that in
tho many years that he hail been In
politics ho had mndo a rulo never to
Intcrfcro In local fights.
"Tho only reason that I havo ex
pressed an opinion in your State," lie
said, "h this: , Mr. Guffcy, your
preheat chairman, who nsnlroi to bo
committeeman ur;nln. deliberately
and wilfully consptretlo detent what
ho knew to bo the will of tho Dcinu
'crats of Pennsylvania. I have noti
fied Mr. Guffcy thnt wherever my
opinion has bcon asked, I havo stated
tnnt I would icgard his selection til
n'member of tho national commltteo
n3 unfortunate and his membership
on that committee ns un cmbniruss
nient. "When this campaign caiuo on I
staled that, while 1 did not know
whether I ought to be ncinlnated u
not, If the people said that they
thought 1 ought to ho nominated, I
would tako It for granted that they
meant what they said nnd that no
bushwhacker would bo put Into my
counsels to betray me."
At tho conclusion of llryan's speech
there were loud calls for Turn L.
.lohncon, who, during tho speech, had
been sitting on the steps calmly
smoking u pipe nnd nodding lil.i head
emphatically bevcral times. Ho went
fur Guffcy roughshod,
Johnson Grills Guffcy
"(luffey Is the icprcscntatlio of tho
Standard Oil Company," he said. "It
Is men like Guffcy who hnvo betrayed
the Democratic party, nnd who will
betray It iigaln. You have got to
drlvo them out of tho party. The
Democratic thirty Is not going to try
to gain votes by placating tho men
who want to make the Democratic
party so much llko tho Ilepubllcar.
party that no matter who wins, tho
Levi McQulslon addressed tho pav
ty, nnd then Mrs. Samuel McFetrldgo
of Philadelphia presented llryan with
n "big stick." It was in the form of
n cane, which was mndo of marlilt.
wood from the Island of Martinique.
It was Inscribed: "This Is tho pro
verbial big stick, White House, Wash
ington, D. C, Marcli I, 1909." Ilrynn
carried the stick for the rest of tho
It was reception day nt Kulrvlow,
Tlio delegates on their way to D.mvcr
uriived In hunches. The llryan lawn
hud been newly mowed; the Ilrynn
MAIL WILL JUST
J MISSJHE FLEET
C. P. Morse, ngent of the American
Hawaiian Steamship Company, re
ceived yolterday u cablegram, stating
that the H. S. Virginian, which sailed
fiom San FrancUco will nrrlvu hcio
on thu Z3rd with malls for tho Fleet.
So far as Is known tlio fleet will leavo
here on the !!2nd, sailing a day ahead
of tho arrival of tho mails for tho ofll
(ers nnd men of tho fleet. Morao will
notify tliir Ctimiuuudcr-ln-chlt'f of tho
Fleet nbout thu malls to airlic on tho
Tho Alaskan fiom Seattle will ckiuo
III tomorrow tho 1911 while the Co
lumbian, from Sati Francisco, will ar
rive hero July 29th. She lias nbo-inl
her tho San Francisco, Now York and
Tchuantepec freight for Isc land ports.
SARAH LYMAN WANTS
DIVORCE FROM HUSBAND
Sarah Lyman has Instituted pro
ceedings for illvorcu against Hnrry
Lyman, alleging oxtrcmo cruelty and
desertion an her reasons. Mrs. I,y.
man Is nt present being taken caro of
nt tho Salvation Auny Homo, Shu
says that they wcro married in De
cember, 1900, nnd that they lived to.
gether until February 1908. Sho al
leges that ho struck nnd choked lir
on u certain day In June 1907. nnd
has tefiised to suppoit her since.
Thcio nro six children In tho family.
Iloth Governor Frear nnd Secretary
Mott-Smlth wero In receipt of letters
from Secretary James It. Garfield this
morning. Garfield stated that he had
n flno trip returning to tho mainland.
Governor Frear said that Garfield ie
lerred to one or two matters In his
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(lug was Hying from the llryan poler
the llryan house had been put In
otdcrimd was tinned over to tlio visitors.
Champion of LJ.S.S. Kansas
Champion of Honolulu
They fight at 120 Lbs.
.Young Sharkey vs. Wahilani
The boys that went four rounds
before to a draw
Cabrai vs, Reuter
120 Lb. Boys "
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