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VOL. X. NO. 4074
FLEET HAS ARRIVED
Tho complexion of tilings In the Democratic paity's plana In
tho near future vhb materially changed at n meeting held this
inoruiiiK of fcpcclal committer, appointed to make ni range-
menta fur the holding of the Territorial convention, and other
political fixtures of the campaign. Ed. Ingham, and John Km-
nicluth, who constitute tho committee, met nml changed Home
tenia the plana w'.ilcli were tulhod of nt n meeting of the central
commlttco taut evening.
I'lie date of the Tetrltorlal convention wan net for Septem-
hur 10th, or four dnjH lieforo tkit of the ItepuhllcaiiB. I.at
night It wax tentatively determined to have this convention on
the 14th, hut this was too muc'i polltlcnl excitement foi onu
day, and the date was accordingly changed.
Nomlnntlono will lie called for on the 20th Inst. Delegates
for. both County and Territorial conventions nro to bo nnmed,
but It will ho left up to the County Central Commlttco to doter-
initio on the details for the County convention.
Elections will bo held on the 27th, and the convention Is
Tho County central committee la to moot mioii to detcimlno
on the dotnlla of Its convention.
The meeting labt night dl 1 Home definite business outsido
tho appointment of this special committee.
It was determined to hold n mabs meeting for the rntlflca-
tlon of tlryan's nomination and of tho action of the delegates to
Denver, on next Thursday nt Am In INifk. A cnnfpnlgn In Maui
and Mnloknl was also mapped.
S AM PU A TO RUN
FOR HAWAII SHERIFF
HII.O, lluwnli, Aug. fl. The Her
nld says: Hepubllcan party workers
uro beginning to discuss candldntcs
and slzo up tho matellal that Is will
ing to hssuino the responsibility of
olllte. For the Suporvlsorshlps in
Noith and South llilo there ore moio
namea mentioned than enough, the
favorites being tfolr and Ross for
Noith llllo, with Campbell, Dcshn,
end Lewis to elect from In South
llllo. Jim Lewis has a strong fol
lowing, Desha being preferred for the
Senate or House of Representatives.
Tho Democrats nro more backward in
coming forward, KuakI staudlng
nlone ns choice for North, llllo. whtlo
the Home Rulers havo four aspirants
for the South llllo SupervtBorshlp
Sam Kahana, Moses Darin, John Ma
nna, and the present chad man of the
Hoard. W. A. Todd,
The hottest tight of the campaign
will bo for the position of Slier I IT
with Keolanul, tho Homo Rule can
didate, supported by bomo Republi
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need a suit? We can ihow
you the finest in the city
the latest stylet, sinjle and
double breasted, Iron
They are custom mad in
the latest styles, of good, hon
est cloth, for a good, honest
Come and see them, Sir!
I The lol r
Comer of FORT and HOTEL.
cans, nnd Sam Pua ns tho regular Re
publican nominee. "It is Sam or
bust," says it Republican leader; "he
has tho nomination already mid will
probably be endorsed by the Demo
crats, though I iiiii not authorized to
speak for them." For Deputy the Re
publican workers say that Fetter will
bo renominated, with Captain Mar
tin probably running on the Homo
The County Clerkship has three
aspirants named Charlie Swain,
Republican; David Ewallko, Demo
crat; and V. E. Edmonds, Homo Rul-.
er. For Treasurer, Lalakeu, Home
Rule, and Ryan, Democrat, are men
tioned. For County Attorney, Wil
liams, Homo Rule, and Harry Irwin,
Democrat. Charlie Maguiro seems to
have the Audltorshlp In the, hollow
of his hand except when ho puts his
hand In his pocket and keeps It
there. Not a soul has yet been men
tioned to run against him by either
the Republican or Democratic work-
I Mm lnwM&M2P
i namra AiwiM
I His, m ili ftwRIP'Sf
MADE IN NCWTfOBlfi
4 PAGEa-HONOLULU. TERRI
1 he rnend s i sporting
: Editor Called Down :
I Editor E v o n I n g 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n :
I. have Just read with Interest tho
leasons given by the editor of the
"Kilend" for the Kelos not winning
more games. The following extracts
may Interest some of the rans who
(In nntlinmiHti tri una llin "hVlanil".
"Their failuie to win more games
, litis been due to their willingness to
play matches on Sunday, r More than I
once the Sabbath has seen thoin pit- i
ted against n fresh team after having I
j played u hard came on Saturday. I
jbtutement that they objected to the I
Sunday games on tho ground thut
the young men could not stand the
pace. It Is a gieat pity that our Jap
anese friends did not have moral back
bone- enoush to stand tip for their
rlciits nnd insist uiion the injustice
'of lequlrlng them to play two heavy I
'games on two successive dam a
thing no Amerlrau college team
would think of doing."
Saw it is qulto .plain that our Rev.
bi other has not followed the games
SCORE BY INNINGS 12 3
Santa Clara, 0 020-0 0034 9
Keio. . 020 00 0 002-4
Keio Sasaki, ss.; Takcluiun, If.;
Kaukl, 3b.; Fukudu, c; Koysma, p.;
Abo, 2li.: Murakami, rf.; IIUo, lb.;
Santa Clarn I.nfln. 2b.t M. Shafer.
c; Kennedy, cf.; A. Shafer, us.; Tut-'
crs, If.; Dyrncs, 3b.; Frlcno, p ; Uro.
dcrlck, lb.; Melburg, rf.
Ilanicy Joy Is umpire.
I.nfTln walks. M. Shufer
Kennedy also sacrifices,
I.ainn to third. A. Shafer lllcs to sec
Sasaki flics to pitcher. Takahama
files out to short. Shafer medo a
beautiful one-handed catch. Kankt
grounds out to first.
Peters gets a single through short.
He was put out trying to. steal second.
Byrnes walks. Ho also goes to tho
tififl w It lift I tvlni ti a tun I uinnil
Frlcno bunts, and Is throwu out. N
Fukudu walks. Koyuma (lies out
to short. Fukuda steals second. Abo
strikes out. Murakami walks. Fu
kuda comes homo on a pass ball at
first base, Murakami comes homo on
n pass ball at third. Hlgo Is out,
pitcher to first.
Droderlck wulks and Salberg also
takes a trip by tho four-ball route.
Lappln sacrifices. M. Shafer lllos out
to pitcher. Kcnuedy singles to left,
Honest Executors are
no scarcer than honest
Dont Take Chances
We charge no mora than the regu
lar fee allowed by the courts for x
083 FORT ST.. Honolulu
Bulletin. Advertising Patrons
i ORY OF HAWAJ, AT
as closely us he should haw If he In
tends to wHtc nhofit them: other
wise he would have known that oric
of the best tames the Kelns havo
played win the, oho played last Sun
day, when they bc.it the. St. Louis
team utter a hunt-fought, up-hill
He would nlo have hardly made
the' crack that ino American college
team would think of playlns two
heavy games on, two siucesslvc days.
If ho had realized that the Bantu
Clara Collegeteam has been doing
Just this ever since they arrived, and
has lost but one game during the
wholo korlos. Al lovers of good
clean sport udmlro the Itcv, Editor's
broad views on Sunday sports and
thould buy n "Friend" and enjoy tho
"hot shot" nnd gentle "roaet" he
give) ItU nbsUtnut, and If the Dr.
Will ntteiid ufnw of the Sunday
gamej, ho will place himself In n bet
ter position to write on tho subject
without making any such "breaks"
as ha did 'ubout the Keloa.
. SEASON TICKET.
Droderlck ami Salberg' coming homo.
Lappln, running for Kennedy, Is
caught out on tho line between second
Ohaslil meanders on four bad balls.
Sasaki swings tlueo times and Is out.
Takahama also strikes 'out, and Oha
slil Is caught out on tho lino between
first and second.
A. Shafer Is out front short to flrst.
Peters gets a single over beconil.
llrynes flics to center field unci Peters
is caught out at flrst. '
Kunki Is out, second to flrst. Fu
kudu flics out to shortstop. Koyamu
walked. Kojnnu Is caught trying to
Frlcne Is out, pitcher to first. Uiod-
orlck flies out to short. Salberg is
out,, pitcher to first.
Abe singles over second. MuraKu-
ma grounds to pttchor, and Abe is
put out at second. Hlgo walks, ad
vancing Murakami to second. Olia
sht sacrifices, advancing Murakami to
third. Sasaki strikes out.
Lappln flics out to second. M. Shaf
er flies out to left field. Kennedy Is
out pitcher to first.
Ktlburn goes In the box In Frleuo'n
place. Takahama strikes out. Kaukl
Is out, third to first. Fukuda walks.
Fukuda Is caught out on tho line be
tween flrst and second.
A. Shafer walks. A. Shafer Is out
trying to steal second. Peters Is out,
tthort to first. Uyrnes is out, pitcher
Koyama Is out, third to flrst. Al
(Continued ok Pagt 3)" "
S.S. Hilonian, Aug. llth
AUIQATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. . PHONE 15.
A-Litt le-At-r A-Ti me
J. ilopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET. '
are neverjlassed among the unawakes
URuAY AUGUST 8. 1908-14
AFT A 1 Kin A iflid
United States Dlstilct Attorney
Hieclions returned this morning from
u few days of rest on Hawaii. He has ,
been nt Wnimea all tho time since ho
left. Ho said that when he nnlvedl
thero lie took off his shoes, donned
sllppcis, ensconced himself In the
easiest chair to bo found, mid set '
about a leisurely enjoyment of life ns
"I religiously avoided tho newspa
pers during my abience," said tho U. r
S. Attorney this morning. "I didn't
wnnt to have my mind bothered with
anything wliaisoewr during my stay
In that beautiful country over there.'
don't know anything In the way of '
of miws, and I, won't know anything
until I get back lit tho routine of my'
work once more." I
llreckons bemoaned the fact that
lie wus liot a writer of ability so lh.it
he .could describe an Incident 'that
happened to him.
"August Sth, fifteen years ago, my
vHfo' nrid Irwcre'nl.tfrledP he said,
nnd In. some manner tho neonlo un
there go(wIuit.bt t! fuculacul-lltey
ghvn lis a Iim'u. I wish I could de
scribe ll. but I can't."
llreckons had nothing to say re
garding the laukea-lsol developments
elncc his departure, stating that he
(Continued on Page 6)
SENATOR ALLISON'S FUNERAL
lAttodattd prut Special CaittJ
DUBUQUE. Tnurn. Anv fl Th.
funeral of the late Senator Wm. B.
Allison tonic nine tntav. Th ,t.
, ...v vwv-
monv was V'T? n::nnlc alfhnnfrh at.i
-.i:i t. s - -t, i
ituucu vj a gii-ji crowu ot citizens.
SEEK BIO RACE
Muotfaftd rrtu Breolat CW
SPOKANE. Wash.. Aup. R A
$2500. CUD has been nftrrrA f!oi-nn.
ter and Halswell for a 400-meter race
to take place here,
CHAFIN CALLS ON BRYAN
lAnocialtd l'rttt Xpnlal Cablt
LINCOLN. Neb.. An p. ST. W
ChflUn. cfjtdidat for PrNMnt nn
the Prthibition ticket, viiitrrl Wm
J. Bryan today.
Florelicn Klrkhnm R.vnfir.,ilil ,liu,i,li.
ter of Ralph Klrkhnm of Ilrooklvn, N.
t., nicu ot nyiiropnouia six weeks after
the was bitten In tho hand by a moi.
FINEST IN THE CITY AT
Drug Co.. Ltd.
IT'S FINE I TRY IT AT THE
A. Y. CAFE
Parcel or Letter
Our boys are as reliable as Uncle
Sam's postmen. Always on Call.
lAttnelalrd ;'rrj Sjircll Cabltl
AUCKLAND, N. Z., Aug. 8. The
American Atlantic Fleet was sighted
off this port at 4 o'clock Sunday
.,,,, . , , , . ., ,,
This dispatch brings to notlco the
fact that It Is tomorrow with our
friends of the Antipodes "on tho oth-
cr sldo of the line."
1A$ltilafil frtH Stmta CuMl
HINNEAPOUS. Minn.. Auer. 8,
Receivers have been appointed for
the great Wailiburn Hour Cor.;par.y.
A general reorganiration is atitici-
pated of this companywhich is one
of the oldest and largest s of uc
Northwest. , ,
JAoctattJ frt$ Sptetal Cable
LEMANS, France, Aug. 8. Wil
bitr Wright of Dayton, Ohio, made a
flight here today with his aeroplane
of two and seventeen hundredths
miles. His airship was well under
control and the flicht considered suc
cessful. The Wrights of Ohio have
made a Fiecialty of the aeroplane as
r.-amst the rsis balloon. Muny ex
pel ts believe these men are on the
right track of future aerial naviga
lAi$Cialtd run Special Calls)
TOPEKA, Knns., Aug. 8. The
Independence party (Hearst) will put
a State ticket in the field for the fall
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif. Ann- ft
SUQAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 10s.
1-4(1. i'antv, 4.15 cents. Previous
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Aiw 7.
SUQAR: 88 analysis Beets. 10s. Par-
lty, 4.11 cents- Jfrevious quotation,
10s. 2 l-4d.
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for comfort nnd wear.
At the same time, the appearance
is not neglected- It Is a neat, natty
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552 Ml K Kin
llllo Aug i Tin Am i if in steam
rr imw-v'-b In- n. n sold to llllo
,, ,nllll i.r..ift.i v.in Ph iietwe.it
,, n,, w,1Ilhrn r.,iifornia
Il(irlh T1)t, m, ( , a i,,lim.,i (0 the
lloeton Steam Tug Com pan v of Uoa-
,on sln!J3 pll ,3 of .,,, tOMS ( .
placement, and came uroun I to this
coast n Vfnr or two ago to run li.-
twfen Souml poiii and IJI'o. The
l price paid Ins not been allowed to
transpire, Irit n-s she Is n modern ves
rl nnd well fmul and equipped In
every nay, It Is certain that slio has
nit Hanged uuricti under a less con-
flli ration than (',." a tun of her ntt
It bill Intpiwt lumber tnnn and also
rnllnnd men in iho W'iMt to know tint.
(or tl.o future Iho 1'lela.li'K Will run
icrulurly hitwecu the llui.:s ami tho
.nnlnl.-nl loidad iUi ha.dwoo.j rail-
rreui ucn viuca are uosignui to super
wm' wv rl"1 "-"' u mi m u
I1LULI I LU UHLL i !ilUIU
I). V Nipll-aa. mivor of tho
city of Keanne. Maul, and V. II.
K. Matkcl called to pay their re
specta t Ilia Excellency, tho
Supcrlutt-nJciit of rubllc Works,
thw tnoinlng, end, In pissing,
they left n rcnuest that Mr.
Campbell have something done
with it-sard to fixing their boat
landing ns to.n us poerllilo," and
at any in'e, not later thnu Oct
oher. It loemj thai at low tldo
the lower Htup or tho landing lb
too high for them to ktop from
their boats Mi Cam.ibell prom
Iced to have tho woik attended to
ns soon us possible.
"Mahopo?" said tho Major.
"No. not mahopo. Now!"
mimicked tho Superintendent,
who had made and fulfilled exact
ly tho same bore of a vromlso to
thcM good pooplo on his trip
roiuo llino ago with tho Gov
ernor. Ho also promised to K'lid
Mr. Mouo ovor to do romo work
for them right away, on qondi
tlon llict tho Kacnau pcoplo
would promise not to feed lilin
ton much pol and pig.
At which Uih Mayor laughed,
but wouldn't promise.
Tho Children's Hospital funiUwai
yesterday completed by n donation of
JlflOO from Mri.. S. C. Allerf; nnd tho
lotal aniount was rained to ?IOfl,l)7U
by n furtlur cash donation from other
MllllCOH of $70.
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