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VOL. X. NO. 4102
DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES BEGIN THEIR WORK
SWINBURNE'S FLEET SAILS FOR SAMOA
Caucus Is
By C. W.
Democratic
Tim convention wns called to or
der at' 10" 22 o'clock this forenoon
liy Chairman Kd. Ingham of tlio Ter
ritorial Central Coinmltteo. Waver-
!cy Hull, in which the convention
wns held, wan crowded with dele
gates, tlio outside districts being; quite,
well leprrzetitcd.
This forenoon tho tcnipornry or
ganlzatlon and tliu selection of tlio
committees wus all which was accom
plished, mid a recess wns taken until
I! p. in., to give the committees a
chanro to work. Tho session wns
riulet, with tlio exception of n hn
lnnKuo by C. W. Ashord on tho In
iquity of holding a caucus to attempt
to do tho work which It was really
up to tho convention to do, hut this
ended quite peacefully Chnlrnuin
Kd. Ingham tactfully averting trou
Ida liy letting tho convention hnvo
its head.
This afternoon the principal feat
ures will he the discussing of the
platform drawn by tho Tlntform Com
mittee, and the selection of u candi
date for Delegate. Tho principal fea-
tures.,of tho platform were yester
Grand Jury Takes Up
'User's Alleged Libel
Charles Crane, manager of tho IV
clflc Commercial Advertiser, wns this
morning subpoenaed to appear heforo
tho Territorial (Iranil Jury, nnd was
ordered to bring with htm copy for all
of tho editorials that appeared In that ,
paper from August 3rd to August lflth,
inclusive. Wallace it. rarrington, ed
itor of tho D u 1 1 o 1 1 n, was also sum
nioncil to appear heforo tho Grand
CRUISER ALBANY RETURNED
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 10. The cruiser Albany has return
ed from Central America.
ATLANTIC FLEET STRAGGLERS
UrT'TVlTTDlLTT' A... C..J- m
iIl,4jUUAll, AU9., OCJl. XV, XHC UUlllCSlUp iWUSttB W4VI1 fcllG UW
goa of the American Atlantio Fleet remained behind to take mail and
pick up stragglers! of which 115 were left.
BRITISH BATTLESHIP LAUNCHED
PORTSMOUTH, England, Sept. 10. The British battleship St. Vin
cent was launched today.
- HIGH MASS AT WESTMINSTER
, LONDON, England, Sept. 10. Mjrt. Amiette, Archbishop of Paris,
celebrated High Mass at Westminster today.
fipifti'ipiiPiwawiii piw pi1:'
NORFOLK
BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS
MOTHERS have been calling for them
for several weeks and we are now
ready to supply the demand.
Made of fine blue serges in the natty
Norfolk styles with pleats and belts.
Tho' mnct Imnnm'inii ettttc imiirtft hniic ran
a nit uivai Ut.iu1l111.53u11jjruu.15 utjj vuii
wear.
Prices $7.50 and $8.50
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
CORNER FORT
2s30 EDITION
8 PAGES
Roasted
Ashford In
Convention
day, as far ns wns possible, outline;
In tho llullotln-, and there cini
bo no doubt but that Link McCand
les3 will bo selected for Delegate.
Tho convention opened with a
'short prayer by M K. Kanlknnlhln,
whereupon tho ofllclnl call, fur tho
I convention was read. Geo. K. Low
inierpreieu.
Ingham reported that the caucus
last night had agreed that its olll
cere should be nnnln tho temporary
cfllccrs of tho convention. If agree
able to tho convention. lie asked
'for such u motion,
Ashford said that ho much object
ed (?) any caucus taking upon itself
.to do tho business of the convention.
Ho predicted Mint tho party wns on
'Hie verge of success, but this could
.not bo attained If such slato business
were permitted, The chairman
should not call for such a motion.
J He demanded that the personnel
made 'by this "liolc-ln-the-wull cau
cus" should be r.indo known.
"Under what authority did this
caucus meet hero?" he said, "and
f Con tinn fed on Page 41
Jury ns a witness, Tho Blgnlflcanco of
tho above statement of facts is ob
vious.
Tho Attorney-General's Department
has taken cognlzanco of alleged libel
lous (natter, that was published in tlio
morning paper, and later called to tho
attention of Hint department by Mr.
Karrlngton, of tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n, and
(Continued on Page 2)
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AND HOTEL STREETS
- HONOLULU, TERRITORY
QUEEN
'TIS
Editor K v o n I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
' Dear Sir: Tho Advertiser ,of this dnto makes Qncoii UHuoka-
f Innl out as supporting Mr. 'John Lone for Mayor. Her Majesty
wishes mo to stato that she has nothing to da with politics; Hint '
there Is no truth In tho statement, nnd that sho has never consulted
f Mr, tana or any other person, In regard to Ills candidacy for Mayor, -f
f Yours truly,
JOSEPH KAPEAU AEA,
t- Her Majesty's Secretary.
Washington Place. Honolulu, 8opt. 10, 1908.
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Delayed Two Hours,
Pacific Fleet Sails
Delayed, by a cablegram for two
hours, the West Virginia pulled, out
of hcrjioQk at 11:25 o'clock this morrf
Inc. and an hour, later the Pacific
Fleet steamed away In looso forrnu;!
lion, me cruisers lowing mo niiiu. ir
pedoors, their noses pointed south for
Samoa. Tho Solace is loft, behind, to
got tho Alameda malls tomorrow, and
follow with them.
The cubic received this morning
was supposedly In cipher, nnd delay
was found in reading It. At all events,
tho course of things was delayed by
it considerably. Tho Iroquois, with
tho band on board, and with Mrs.
Swinburne and other guests on dock,
went out Into tho Btrcam about halt
past nlno o'clock, at which tlmo the
West Virginia should havo cast off.
But sho did not stir and the Iroquois
went hack to her dock.
When tho West Virginia did cast
off, Governor Froar and Mr. Mott
Smith, as well as Mrs. Swlnburno and
other navy people, were on tho wharf.
These went out In tho Iroquois, to seo
tho squadron get under way.
Tho torpedo craft maneuvered off
port nil rrornlng.
Tho West Virginia led tho way out,
and tho others of tho second division
followed some tlmo later. Dy 1 o'clock
this afternoon tho whole of tho squad
ron was strung out Into a long lino,
fairly started on tho long leg south.
It Is probablo that not ono single
man was left ashore, with tho excep
tion of a fow Blck in tho Queen's hos
nltnl. Tho imtrol did its work last
'evening, nnd tho now familiar whlto
.uniforms disappeared from tliostroots.
Tho collier Saturn has moved In to
tho Alakea street wharf.
Wireless communication Is to ho
kept up with tho Fleet ovory evening
at 9 o'clock.
Tho vessels will make a ten days'
stay at Suva, after which they will
return to this placo for a ton days'
Btay heforo going back to tho-Coast,
A Will is
Good Insurance
It prevents .waste when
an estate is being settled
up. The smaller the es
tate the less it can afford
waste..
We make wills in proper
legal form without, charge,
no matter how little prop
erty you have. Come and
learn the particulars,
Hawaiian Trust
Company, Ltd
923 FORT ST., "Honolulu
. Small Advertising never gives the impression of a Big Store
'
OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER JO 1908-8
..
SAYS
FALSE
according to tho bcliedulo as now an
nounced. Tho Kipahulu Sugar Company, in
Ttana, Maul, will apparently soon fol
low tho fato of the Kihel plantation,
the stockholders selling out their hol
dings at u sum per share much less
than the pur value of the stock. Tho
stockholders held a meeting this
morning at which tho firm of Hack
feld & Co, submitted to them a prop
osition to pay $10 a share for the
stock. The company is capitalized
for $160,000, tho shares having a
par value of $100,
As the company owes large 'sums
of money to Hnckfeld & Co. and hus
foreclosure proceedings staring it In
the face, there can bo but little doubt
but that the offer will be accepted.
As a matter of fnct, Mr. Klamp of
Hnckfeld & Co. Intimated this after
noon that tho stockholders would be
only too glad for this chance to save,
at least, something out of the wre'ek.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
HALL.
RK,
'OqUAUTV
Alexander Young Cafe
Expert
Mixologist
Note the man at our foun
tain and try one of his concoc
tions, The only expert iu
town,
Hollister
Drug Co., Ltd.'
Bid $10 a
Share For.
Kipahulu
UE
New McKmley High School
Ready for Opening of Term
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NEW M'KINLEY MEMORIAL
The Superintendent of Public In
struction, the Principal and tho Con
tractor who built tho 'structure aro
unanimous lu their approval of tho
new McKinley High School building.
The citizen of Honolulu has only to
visit tho school to Join with these
careful and conscientious workers and
applaud those responsible for tho con
ception of the plans nnd the work
manship of this new homo of Hono
lulu's high school. It Is attractive in
design, convenient, adapted to the Im
mediate demands of tho school, cap
ablo of enlargement at very IlttlO'cOst
and Anally a fitting memorial In every.
respect to mo martyred I'resiuent in
whose honor It is named.
Humphreys
Judgo Dole this morning rendered
nn Important decision when ho sus
tained tho plea in bar which had
been entered by Judgo Humphreys
and Attorney Magoon in, tfio case of
Manuel Perez and Ailgusta Walsh,'
who wero acquitted In the District
Court on n charge of adultery. Tho'
defendants In the caie wero charged
with adultery and plead in bar an
(Continued on Page 2)
SUGAR
atvf TiB.ntBin -!. a i. n
nan inaiiuiavv! Miuu.f ocui, a.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.90
cents, or o. per ion, rrevioui quoi
tation. 3.885 cents.
4M444AM. UU CUiaijT.., V. V AU.
Parity, 3.98 cents. Previous quota
; a. a i aa '
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FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP.
PING leave your order with tS
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING.
PHONE 15.
Next Shipment, Sept. 16.
Pay
A-Little-At-A-Time
FURNITURE
J. Hepp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
Sustained
By Dole
. -
Your Time
is worth more than .the boy's
Let us deliver your messages.
TERRITORIAL
MESSENGER SERVICE
PHONE 361
PAGES
HIQH SCHOOL, TO BE OPENED
Tho formal opening exercises will
bo held in. tho largo auditorium of tho
school tomorrow afternoon from 4 to
0. These exercises though brief, will
bo or especial Interest because tho
speakers will represent nearly all the
numerous races and nationalities that
are taught In tho public scIiooIb of
Hawaii.
Ex-Governor Carter will lead tha
list. It was under his ndmlnlstrntlou
that tho appropriation for tho build
ing was nindc. Prince J. IC. Kataula
nnole, Dclegato to Congress, will rcti-
resent tho Hawullaus, Ilev. Felmy ths
Qermans, Dr. Ichltaro. Kntsukt tho
Jauanese, Hep: cpcntatlvu E. A. O
I.oug tho part Hawatians. Ilev. F. T,
Blow At Hepburn Law
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Sent. 10. The United States Circuit finnrt
has declared "that the commodities olause of the Hepburn Interstate Com
merce Law is unconstitutional.
Tho commodities clnuso of the
cern engaged in Inter-State commerco
tion oi any commodity wnicli is to
Bame' compnny might not mine coal nnd carry it In luter-Stutc trntne.
m i mm m
STANDARD OIL ANSWERS
CHICAGO, 111., Sept. 10. The Standard Oil Comnanv ntrnrnor. 1,nr
filed their answer to the Government's petition of a rehearing of the
case in which the company was fined $29,000,000. for violation nt Iia
Interstate Commerce Law.
SPARTAN PRINCE GOES DOWN
PERNAMBUCO, Sept. 10. The steahner Soar-tan Prince w ln,t
today in collision with an unknown
HOLLAND'S HOPES DASHED
AMSTERDAM, Holland. Sent. 10. Holland's hone nf n fc..;- n
the Throne were blighted today when Queen Wilhelmina suffered a miscarriage;
Last
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School
Manufactures
FORT, STREET, 4 DOORS
WrRWrT AV
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use the bulletin
WANT-AD. KEY
PRICE 5 CENTS
FRIDAY
Kong tlio Chinese, lion. A. U. Custro
tho Portuguese. Consul Korster tho
llrltlsh and Judgtt Dole the peoplu gi)u
orally.
These opening exorcises will bu held
nt 4 o'clock and lifter they nro fin
ished tho building will be thrown freo
to Inspection.
It Is not fair to tho school to sny
that everything Is roady for tho be
ginning of the now term next Monday,
Much of tho furniture, tho greater (Kir
Hon of It In fact, has been delayed in
trnii3portatlon. It Is possible, how
ever, to get nlong with temporary
equipment, so that tho work of tho
school v begin on tlmo.
' (Continued on Page 2
Hepburn law provides that no con
can also engage In tho produc
bo, carried by tho road. Thus tho
bark. Thirty were saved
Week
Shoes
Bring your boys and
girls here. We can fit
them. Our stock is the
largest in Honolulu
and embraces every
style and shape that's
made nowadays.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
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