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HARRIMAN MAY BUY OCEANIC STEAMERS
ADDS ANOTHER STEAMER
Harriman May Boy
URGING SHINGLE IJ. P, Cooke,
TO RUNJOR HOUSE Chairman
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 8. It is reported that E. H. Harri
man, the steamship and railway magnate, has boucht the steamships
Ventura, Sonoma, and Sierra, and will run them in the Pacific Mail line
These steamships arc owned by the Oceanic Steamship Company, of
which John D. Sprcckcls is the controlling factor. It was stated last win
tcr that the stcamcra would return to the Austialian run if the ship sub
sidy bill passed.
John D. Sprcckcls denies the rumoicd purchase.
ck In Iowa
DES MOINES, Iowa, Sept. 8. The Legislature is deadlocked in the
vote for United States Senator to succeed Senator Allison. Governor
Ctimmim is tlio lending candidate, but is unable to get a majority.
SANDUSKY, Ohio, Sept. 8. Candidate Taft made a speech here to
day in which he dwelt principally on the Roosevelt policies and pledged
himself to continue them if he be elected President.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Sept. 8. A package valued at $70,000. was to
day mysteriously stolen from the W ells Fargo Express at the depot.
Burned With Hotel
DENVER, Colo,, Sept. 8. Four people perished today and many
were injured in the burning Bclmo.it Hotel that has been completely
Surround By Fire
DULUTH, Mich., Sept. 8. Seven hundred settlers in Grand Marais
nrc surrounded by forest fires.
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INSANE CRANK AT OYSTER BAY
OYSTER BAY, I. I., Sept. 8. The aimed crank who was found
linking about the President's home yesterday proves to be an insane man.
BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS
MOTHERS have been calling for them
' for several weeRs and we are now
ready to supply the demand.
Made of fine blue serges in the natty
Norfolk styles with pleats and belts.
The most becoming suits young boys can
Prices $7.50 and $8.50
The Kash Co,, Ltd.,
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Pahau New Democratic
"I wmi t lo any this," wild Joint t.iino
this morning. "That am licit out for
Iho nomination for Sheriff under any
cliriiiustunces. I am In Iho light for
Iho Mayoralty, and liellovo that I am
entitled lo recognition from the oarly
for services icndcrcd, nnd I hellevo
mid know that I have a friend In each
picclnct of tlio County."
Tho nlmva statement wan dictated
by I.uno. who wished to net nt rest
onco nnd for nil tlio report that ho
may compromise by drawlriK out of
tho fight for the nomination for Mayor
nnd tnko thu tdirlevalty as a consola
I-nno wax asked what bo thought of
tlio result of tho primaries, hut hu
Ktiitcd that whllo l.ucaH and Huslaco
might believe In giving out their ostl
mates, he did not do politics that way.
It. V. Shingle, of the Wntcrhouso
Trust Co., lias not decided to run for
tho House. Ills friends arc urging
him to net Into tho game.
A now candldatu for Deputy Sheriff
has sprung up In the Democratic
ranks, nnniely Robert I'ahuu of the
Vlret I'n-clnct of the Fourth District.
He Is n graduate of tho Kamchumchn
schools, and those who object to
Charlie Hose ns ii running mate for
.lurrctt mi ncconiil of tho fnct that
this might rnlho the cry that tho St.
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Roast Immigration, Land
Laws and Work Of
"Vole for Charles Kahllioiilaul Not.
ley lor Delegal eto Congress and for
V. C. Achl for mayor."
At tho Joint meeting of tho Homo
Utile mid Labor parties held last night
at Aula park, in which the lenders of
both jmrtlCR nddicshcd a small crowd,
J, M, I'oepoo iiiuilo the above demand.
It Is rcrtiiln that Iho Homo Ilulo and
Labor parties will soon bo fused ho
far as tho candidates and platforms
are concerned though their names will
remain as they nrc.
Tho first speaker of tho night wns
Chns. IC. Notlcy. Ho was introduced
by I)U. Kalaiiokalanl, Sr tho prcsid
"Tlio Ilawnlliins should conccntrnto
themselves under tho banner of tho
Homo Ilulo party," commenced Not
ley. "Thoy aro belter off nnd It Is an
honor to bo culled Homo Killers. It Is
dlsfrnceful for tho Ilawallans to bo
rtcpiibllcatm nnd Democrats. The
Imoles comparo Iho IlawnlliniH to a
Hock of sheep. If one falls tu tlio
ditch, the rest will. They could ac
complish their purposo If they only
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OV'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
J, P. Cooke Is being put forward
by many of the workers of tho Ilo
publlcun parly us Hie man for chair
man of tho Republican Territorial
It is not known that Mr. Cooko wilt
nccept the position, but It is known
J. P, COOKE
Proposed Chairman of Republican
that Alec Kobortson will not nccept
re-election In this pot. which ho has
held for two campaigns.
The general sentiment of the pally
Is that Cooko is the man If ho will
tako It. A. I,. C. Atkinson ha? been
ship of the committee, but ho says ho
Is not a cnndldatn for It. Tho work
of tho committee. Is not likely to bo
very strenuous this year, ns Delegate
Kuhlo should Im elected by an over
whelming majority over nil opposition.
Makes Request For Saii
To Samoa Too Late
lllshop Ilcstarlck has made a re
quest lo Admliiil Swinburne that ho
be allowed to make tho trip to Sa
moa with the I'nclllc I'lect, In order
to make an Inspection of the churches
there, hut it Is btiitod on hoard that
It will bo Impossible for the lllshop
to go this time, as lie tendered his re
quest too late. Hud he asked a llttlo
curlier In (he May of the ships here.
It might have been'ilone, hut now it
Tho request had to bo referred by
Admiral Swlnburno to Washington,
nnd there now seems to bo InsulTl-
clcnt tlmo for tho red lupo there to
bo tied up, and tho answer to tho re
quest, the giantlng of which Is not
doubted, to bo received by cablo here.
In order for the matter to go through
ns It would hnvo to. it Is feared that
the ships would have to bo held here,
nnd this will not ho done.
Thoy will leave the harbor tho
first thing tomonow morning, nnd
Ho outsldo preparatory to going on
with their trip to Samoa tho first
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NEPTUNE TO INVADE
PACIFIC FLEET SOON
for Matson Line
The Matson Navigation Company Intend ti Increase its
service by putting on n steamer Trotu Sound pmi illicit lo Ho
nolulu. Thji service will be u monthly one auil the iiiinpauy will be
In a position to maintain ns prompt mid ellli lent service from I lie
Sound ports to Honolulu ns it now docs from Sail I'ranehcn to
Tho company has been negotiating for the purchaso of the
steamer Ilyndcs for sonic time, mid this will be the boat for the
new departure. Tho Ilyudes Is n freighter pure and simple. She
will make n threc-torncrcd circuit, leaving here for San I'ran
elsco and going thence to the Sound mid back lo Honolulu.
Tho Ilyndcs Is L',!i.12 tons net and ".,75:; tons gross, She
was built by tho Maryland Steel t'ompntiv nt Sparrow's Point In
1900. She is equipped with triple-expansion engines mid Is a
modern freighter in every way.
She leaves the Sound tho Ilrst day of December for this
This move on tho part of the Matson people menus more
competition for the American-Hawaiian line, which has had :i
very clenr field In dealing with the northern ports. The branch
ing nut on tho part of the Matson Is accepted by tho business
community ns n further ImllcaUnu of the determination of tho
company to become nn active factor lit tho business of the Islands.
DANCE AT HONOLULU
SEASIDE HOTEL TO
NIGHT IN HONOR OF
Commencing this evening, and con
tinuing every night during tho visit
of tho Pacific licet, n dance will bo
given In their honor nt the Honolulu
Seaside Hotel. Special dinners will
also bo scned In tho open air dining
room from six-thirty to eight, which
has been attractively decorated for
the occasions. Music for all of 'the
dinners and dances will bo supplied by
the Knal Gleo Club. A cordial Invita
tion to tho local Army nnd Navy folk,
as well as tho numerous patrons of
tho Seaside, Is extended.
(lovcrnor Krear this morning re
ceived tho resignation of fleorgo It.
Caitcr from the Hoard of Agriculture
and Forestry. Mr. Carter guvo as his
reasons for resigning Iho fact that ha
Intended shortly lo lenvo tho Islands
for a considerable stay, and that under
tho circumstances ho would not bo
able to fuinil his duties. Mr. Carter
will probably leave for tho Coast on
the next Koiea.
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
It prevents waste when
an estate is being settled
up. The smaller the es
tate the less it can afford
We make wills in proper
legal form without charge,
no matter how little prop
erty you have. Come and
learn the particulars.
Rich Harvest of Victims
Await Him With
llrlght and cirl" tomorrow morn
ing, tho Pacluo Klcel .l!l cast off
shoro lines and steam out of tho har
bor, for an anchorage In tho stream,
preparatory to sailing on tho follow
ing day for Samoa,
It Is a trip that for most of tho
jackles is fraught with tho greatest
Interest. "Hnvo you been to Samoa
beforo?" Is a great question on tho
fillips theso days. Ilcsldcs, n great
number of closely clipped crops aro
to bo seen In every vessel. What
does It mean? Only that Ncptuno
will gather In a rich harvest of new
subjects of his realm when Admiral
Swinburne's proud squadron steams
across tho line. Fully half, or oven
more, of tho men now on tho ships
on the cruisers, more particularly,
have never Invaded tho kingdom of
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Mrs. Jcsslo Mitchell, who was.
bridesmaid for Mrs. William Howard
Mctcalf, arrested for pulling mother-
Served Cold at Soda Fountain of
Drug Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT.
D23 FORT ST., Honolulu
While the "Fleet" is in port. Meals.
beverages, and candies. Tho best
in each line, ' . , ;
Alexander Young Cafe,
COR. BISHOP AND HOTEL STS,
S.S. LURL1NE, Sept. 1st
ALLIGATOR FEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Hugh Coke Won Out
In Wailuku Precinct
REPUBLICANS CAST LARGER VOTE AT PRECINCT ELECTION-THAN
CAN POSSIBLY BE MUSTERED ON F.TEflTlfW TlAYiV-
GENERAL RETURNS FROM MAUI AND M0
L0KAI NEW PRECINCTS
(Special to the Hit 1 lot In)
WAILUKU, Maul, Sept. 7. The
Republican primaries last Bnturday
In Maul County enmo off very quiet
ly In most of the precincts. In tome.
liko the Lahalnn precinct, there be
ing only one slate, tho sccrotnry was
authorized to cast the vote.
Thcro was considerable excitement
nt the Wailuku and Wnllicc precincts.
In Wailuku the Hurt ticket was re
turned, ten being elected out of
twelve. II. M. Coke mid It. A. Wnita.
worth of the opposition ticket belnc
tlio only ones that got In, nlthougli
nomo wero on both slates. Coke
worked ns he never did beforo to get
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185 S. KING STREET.
is worth more than the boy's,
Let us deliver your messages.
M i Vl
Men of the Fleet
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We don't need to ask you to tako
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account of not having sufficient stock.
Why go fo a store with small ns
sortment when we offer you such a
wide range of styles nnd sizes to se
lect from I
SHOES THAT FIT AND WEAR
RIGHT AND AT RIOHT
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