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.Manchuria Aug. 31
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VOL. X. NO. 4093
ai Act Test
Before Supreme Court
.liblgo Kingsbury, wlm Is appear
ing iih uinlciia curiae, li finiilililiig
llio Ki'iiyatlnmil features in llio lest
nr the Municipal Art which Ih imw
going mi before tlic Supreme Court.
When Court wus culled this mum
liiK. Iio muted tliat lio wanted to ap
pear iih counsel lu the case, lint did
.mil know how to de.i'.gnalo Ms pusl
(Iiiii, au lio brllovcd tho Interoits of
both tho plaintiff anil defendant woiu
tin' name in tltlx euro. In other winds
.liidgu Kltigaburv claims Unit tlio
picscut Ilnniil of SupcrvlNiis, tlic do
fi'iiilantH b"furo tlic Cum I, wish tliat
tliu decision of t liu Court en against
tticiu III the i'iiki', In oiilcr tliat tliey
may lioltl their oillces over for two
Judge l-Mlpgs who, In tho name of
.loliu ICuinicliilh, It making tho to:t of
I lie iiise, was itskod u nunilinr of
iiucstious lij the Court. Ho there
upon tiinK up the two essi'iillal points
In tho lineal Inn nainelv : the ipi.ill-
It Is Mayor or untiling with Chnrllu If tho municipal art Is knocked out,"
lliistnro. ausweicil l.ueas. In answering n id lu
ll Is Mcor or inditing with Jack, liar question. "I had a ear and n
l.ueas. half of II mid there Is loo much win It
If tho municipal act Is knocked mil, In It. I will not run for any other
mid llio olllen of Mayor thus ellniluat- olllce."
I'd fioni the polllle.il Held. Iiolh llus. Owing to llio fact that rerlaln
laco and I.ui-.-'h will dro,i out of tliu chnngoH li.nl to lie made lu tho per
tain altogether, ni'ltlier nf iheui wish- (outlet of tho Denioeriille ('otinty Coin
ing to run for nn other olllce. jmltleo the meeting of that hody last
.lnliii l.ann k.ivh that he wt tun for Hatiirday iiflcriioon did iiothtng to
utilhltig hut .Manr IT hie munlciiiil wnuln tliu purpiiKo for which it wan
net holds gnod. He would mil h.i.v, railed, namely to eauv.ihs for eandl
howeviM. wlielher he wi-iid run rur , il.iti-M fur olllen fiom tho vailii'us pie
another ollUe in ein- Mint position .clni'ls.
Id he elimluale I l llio demlsu;
id the municipal nit
"Will you inn for HiipcMMir, or any
other o'llco III ense the lunulclpil act
Is I ii'ieked out?' was tho ipiestlon put
to Hiutnco lids morning.
"No, I will not run for Hupnrvhau
again" .iiihwcui'I Htntaci', "I have had
tuo .M'.iiH of it mid that is enough. I
will let MMiieliody ehe have nil tho
wink urn! tlio Kicks. I am a eaudldalo
lor Ma.Mir If theio Is Kitrli an olllcu,
hut IT thole is not I will not he a cm
dlil.itii for anything. Peiwiually I do
nut lliluk that llio act will ht.ind tho
test. II profiles that tlio old legls
trillion lints hold good, and in that
cue a gieat iiiiiiiIh r of witois will
lose the riani'hlsi) granted them liy
the Organic Act. and 1 do net lliiuk
that this I'.in he di.no."
"No, I wl'l ii-it inn for Supervisor
IS A DRESS SUIT
That's nhoiit what it nmounts to in Honolulu, where
His men wear their coits open, or no coat at nil. The neg
ligee shirt h really th; most dressy garment a man wears
dining business hours. i, j
Our CLUETT, STAR, nnd WILSON DROS. negligee
sliiits ntTord you a variety that cannot bn equaled elsewhere
in the city. As we carry all three lines, wc are enabled to
offer you exclusive patterns.
You probably aro already aware that the above lines
skin anything else in the shirt line.
Wc have a new line of E & W Soft Shirts.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
llcntluu of voter?, ami the question of
special legislation. In tho matter of
the ipialllleatlon of voters, tho Mil
nlilpal Act pinvldcs that only thoso
who voted at tho liiHt general elec
tion hac the ilght'ot voting at thin
election. Judge KiIIiikh brought up
tho point that this was contrary to
llio Organic Art.
i I'M Inks also luailo tho point that
tho Territorial Lcglslatum iiiuM not,
Mici-iii ill n k to an Act of Congress, form
i liiuiililii.il corporation liy a special
act. ncpilty County Attorney Mll-
vortmi. wn Is appearing for tho de
foni.e, agreed with Judge Kdlngs that
there was (onllli't In the laws In tills
u-spoct. hul stated that tho section
regarding tho iiiiallllcatlou of voters
coulil ho illKicgaiilcd, as u full anil
nothing law still remalneil.
Mllverton also nrguod at length on
llio matter of special legislation hy
llio Torilloilnl ttovcruuicnt, bringing
(Continued on Page 4)
or Nothing, Say
Tho memlieis who ret-lgtieil weie W.
'A. Kinney, who waf not ahlu to dn
Mite the time to politic:', and 11. N.
Kalrilcptnm, who Is a lucmhor of thn
polhe dop.iilmcnl. Tlio viicancy leTt
liy the death of II. C. Mossmnn nihil
had lo hu lllhid. W. II. MtClcllim, A.
V. I'eteis and .loo Tern wcru holevled
to take thehe pl.iccH.
A protest was tiled through .Itidgc
IMItigs hy .lumen Lowell agnlust (lie
i lection of .1. S. Kami as a detegilo
I to the county convention from the
Ninth Pieciuct or tho Fifth District,
'on tlm gioiuuls that no such name nii-
peaied on tliu roll of tho pieciuct on
the night or tlio election. This ap
pears to In a nilvnp of Initials, and a
tilling will ho m. nlo later.
Tho meellng adjourned until next
Sutuiil-iy ai 7. 'in p, m when tlio mat
ter of candidates will ho taken up.
PAGES - HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. AUGUST 31. I908-1O
NO POST OFFICES
Washington Officials Say
It Would Cost Too
(lovornor Frcnr has H'colved word
fioni As.sh.tant Postmaster Ceiierall
(Iramlllelil nt Washington that pre
cludes a iiilckur mall ilellvery hero
Tor Homo lime to romo. Mo hits decld-
oil Hint It woiihl cost too much, uniler
picrcnt cliriitustancos, to liavo mull
clerks sort tliu mall on tho steamers
coming down hero.
(lovorunr l-'rcnr has hail this matter
lu liaiiil for Bomo time, iintl tecently
took It up wllh Secretary (larllulil
when tho latter wus here. Garfield
nlso took up t lio matter with tho prop
er authorities In Washington, hut.
Iriini tho letter which the (Jovoriinr
erelvoil this morning. It would ttppo-ir
that tho cITorts of hoth havu hceii of
IS HOME AGAIN
From . Long Jojr
"Sunny Jim" is homo again.
fir i-olirHn tin hnM linil ii.ironil tlnin
iind tho papers nil along the lino ot
his travels have told what ho has
done for Hawaii. Mr. MrC.indles.s
came In on tho Manchuria this morn
ing after a pllgrimngo through tho
mainland generally and tho meeting
e' tlio Shrlno at St. Paul, In partic
llio htorv of li in travels Is mi In
teresting one. Ho has nut drought
(Continued on Page 4.)
It Is expected that tho Uwii mill will
ronmleto crl'lillllir for 11. Ih f.n.iRnn
either tomoriow or tho next day. Tho
crop will amount to uhoiit sri.UOO tons.
llio walaliia mill Is expected lo lln
li-li grinding In ahoiit two weeks. It
Is running lu tho dnytimo only at
SHORTSTOP GOMEZ IS DEAD
(Special to tho Hill letln)
WAII.UKU. Maul. Aug. L'9. Kvcrs
.1 flttmnJ li foil OH nitlr t.tiiftutnu
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of tho Diamond Heads, who has heen
lln Wall u It li for porno time In quest u(
health, died at tho Mnlulaiil Hospi
tal, Walluku, Thursday evening, ot
iiinercuiosis. run luncrai toon place
today. Mr. (Ionic. Intended making
Walluku his homo and had already
nindo plans of Joining tho Stars and
hccomiiig ono of tho star players n,t
Wells Park, hut his early demiso has
lillghtcd tho hopes of tho lovers nf
I'tischall who wished to heo tho crack
hasehall player on tho diamond hero.
Has No Chance
of getting into our safe deposit vault.
Neither has Are. Whatever you put
,in it you may be sure that you can
tarn out again in peneci condition.
We furnish a private room for safe
deposit box renters, where they may
examine papers, etc., privately.
Only $5 a Year
Advertising Gets Results
Tho collier Saturn, twelve days
from San I'rnncltco, arrived this uf
lei noon with coal for tlio Pacific fleet. I
With her Bulled tho .luMlu. nnothor'
collier, hut tho Saturn left tho Justin
liehlnd three days out fioni Han "inn-
cltco, and has not since seen her.
Honolulu, T II., Aug. 31.
To tho Convontlnn ot tlic Homo
Ilulo Party, Honolulu, T.ll.
s Gentlemen: I am of tho
opinion to Introilurn msclt to
tho hnnorahlo iii-tiihers in the
rnuvcii(lo;i of the Homo Utile
party which is to convono to-
day, asking them to support mo
for tho position ot Mayor for tho
Municipal Government nf Ho-
s I am a candidate for that of-
flee trying to secure the support
of tho convention of my own
S party. I am lu hopes that I
will secure your endorsement
lifter jour careful consideration.
I hno the honor to ho,
C. HUSTACE, .IH.
Tho Homo Ilitlc Convention, which
iiEtemhled today at 12 o'clock In tho
Kalilllaulanl Hull, was called to or
der liy President Chas. K. Notley. It
btarted with tho singing ot "My
Country TIs of Thee." Henry U.
Kawowchi led the singing whllo tho
delegates and spectatorn remained
standing. Ilcv. J. K. Keklpl offered
Seated on the platform with Pres
ident Notley were D. Kalauokalanl,
Br.. Secretary David Kuplhca, and
John A. linker.
Tho hall was crowded by tho dele
gates and Not ley's opening speech
was listened to with Interest.
Tho Committee on Credentials was
appointed, mid retired Into tho inauka
"Follow delegates," tmld Notley, "I
Served Cold at Soda Fountain of
Drug Co., Ltd.
KINO AND FORT.
Our Candies, and our Pastry too,
Are of the best, and ever new;
Our Fact'ry DAILY sends supplies,
And that's wherein the secret lies.
Alexander Young Cafe,
COR. BISHOP AND HOTEL STS.
is worth more than the boy's.
Let us deliver your messages.
Because the Bulletin has
DIES AT KAILUA
Kailua District Judge
Passes Away At
(corse Clark, District Jmlgo of Knl
Ilia, Koua, died at his homo last Sat
urday. Ho was Rlxty-llvt) years of
ago nt tliu time of his death. a wus
horn In Dundee, Scotland, and has
heen in tho Islands for many years,
holding tliu Dlstilcl Judgeship for Ilv3
Judge Clark was married twice.
Ills first wife, Cnthcrlno I.anc, n sIb
tor of Senator John laine, died a few
years ngo, leaving eight children. Tliu
second wife, neu Dora MOHsman, Is
nt present In town. Thoro arc nu
children hy this marriage.
thank you for your attendance here to
day. It shows clearly that the Homu
Rule party Is still In existence. I uk
Mire you that hy tho gracu of God, r.o
shall somu tlmo In tho future vlu
many people of thu other iMilltlc.it par-
I "In Hamakua thu people aro con.
templatlng voting ror good men. Thu
Homo Itiilu Supervisors on Hawaii tiro
proving themselves worthy of tho co-
fldenco nl'iccd lu them hv their con
"Our CiHinty Cuiiiinlttcu should, ho
uwake to tv that the Inierests ot the
1 people uro carefully looked Into. Volo
for good and hoi'esl mtn ho that tho
j Interest of tho ivi)ilv may he safe-
1 "It Is Incumhunr upon you today to
present and rcmlnato a canilldoto for
a Delegata to CongrcsR.
Land Policy Outlined.
"Tho land iiollcy wlilch tho Demo-
'uiuia mu iiriuKniH uuiuru yuu is 11111
good for iis. Tho revenues from the
1 lands will bo taken
hy the Federal
j Government nnd our local government
n 1 with Its pcoplo will be tho Buffers.
As Home Hitlers wo should not op-
prove of this land policy with which
1110 ucmocr .- aro trying 10 win me
votes of tho llawiilliins. Let ub stand
by our own land policy as It stands
"It Is necessary that a good and in
dependent Relegate should be sent to
"Tho Governor of this Territory to
day does not yield to tho petitions of
the poor. Ho gives landB to the rich
people hy auction, Tho rich people
nrb tlio only onoi that can secure
lands at auction. I paid at miction
$65 an aero for certain lands. This
shows clearly that the poor could not
hid for land.
"Sometimes tho haolen call us graft
ers, but thu Republican Legislature
put us Into debt $3,000,000. The na
tional debt todny is Increasing tre
mendously. It is therefore our duty
In decrease our National debt through
sondlng to tho next legislature God
fearing and honost men. Our motto
(Continued on Page 3)
Tho Elks havo clobed negotiations
for tho Labor Day excursion to tho
Volcano. Thoso desiring to tuko ad
vnntago of tho low rates wilt call Im
mcdlatoly on Mr. II. C. Easton at thu
Hawaii Office Specialty Co, and secure
Mr, and Mrs. Qlllsnn Do I-ong Doll
returned In tho Manchuria from a va
cation vlslt'ln California.
TUB SCHOONER Ilcleno sailed
this afternoon for Gray s -Harbor.
S.S. LURLINE, Sept. 1st
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 10.
J. Hopp & Co.,
' 185 S. KINO STREET.
Wl) TING FANG
MAY BE RECALLED
LONDON, England, Aug. 31. The Pekin Government is consider
ing the recall of Wu Ting Fang, Ambassador to America, on account of
his indiscreet utterances.
MINISTER WU DOESN'T KNOW
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 31. Minister Wu has not been informed
of any intention on the part of his Government to recall him.
1 atm 1 m
LABOR FOR BRYAN
NEW YORK, N. Y., Aug. 31. The Central Federated Labor Union
of this city has endorsed William J,
BRYAN IN CONFERENCE
ST. PAUL. Minn., Aug. 31, Cindidafe Bryan held a conference to
day with leaders of the Democratic party.
LEGHORN, Italy, Aug. 31. It
Amalfta, building here, is intended f
m 1 1
ROOSEVELT APPROVES BATTLESHIPS
WASHINGTON. TJ. H. Alio 31 Th PrinVnt hni nnnrnuivl th
.plans for the battleships Florida and
was authorized by the last Congress.
KAT0 AMBASSADOR TO LONDON
T0KI0. Japan. Aue. 31. K. Kato has been named as Jananesc Am
bassador at the Court of St. James,
ADMIRAL SPERRY CALLS
MELBOURNE, Aus., Aug. 31. Admiral Sperry of the American
Fleet called on the Premier and Lord
. up -
TAFT IS FISHING
MIDDLE BASS, Ohia, Aug. 31. Candidate Taft has gone fishing.
Admiral's Wife Says
Hello To Him At Sea
Mrs. W T. Swinburne, wlfo of tho
commanding olflccr ot tho Pacific
Fleet, who arrived this morning on
tho Manchuria, called "Hollo!" In
her husband from tho bridge of .tho
liner as sho passed tho West Virginia
Wednesday afternoon, nnd heard tho
distinguished officer call "Hello" hi
return, Tho band of tho Ihigshlp
played merrily on tho quarter deck,
signals of courtesy were wig-wagged
back and forth, tho two hundred pas
bengers lining tho rail of tho steamer
cheered lu answer tn tho cheers nf tho
tars, nnd then tho Manchuria steamed
away into a glorious sunset, leuvlng
tho long lino of cruisers astern.
Tho Fleet, sixteen In all, was pick-
1051 Fort Street.
USE THE BULLETIN
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Bryan for the Presidency.
is rcnortcd that the nrmorcd cruiser
Utah, the conitruction of which'
ed up during Wednesday nftcrmxm
last, after ti two daja' stern chase.
At fl o'clock tho .Manchuria wna
nbeam of tho West Virginia. Mrs,
Swinburne ha Id that sho would llko
to see her husband, and Capt. Saun
ders maneuvered as near as was snfr.
The result was that the two big ships
came within halllo- dlstence.
Mrs. ftwinlmriin stops nt this port
to wait for the mnilng nf the Fleet.
Tho Manchuria early this morning
sighted the collier Saturn, Inking
things nt a lelsiuely rate. Thin
nets at lest sotno gossip on tho front
.In regard to thesii steamers, which
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Say, Young Man,
Do you realize that your character is
judged by your personal appearance t
Don't clothe your body well and neg
lect your feet; you mny lose out by
wearing shabby shoes.
IMMENSE STOCK OF MEN'S
was never so complete and up-to-date
as now. We have embodied in our
shoes nearly every leather known.
When passing by, stop and look
at the Leather Window Display.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
V3P?7 023 FORT ST., Honolulu
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