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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 15, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Image 1',
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Butcher Knife, Evidence
In Jap Slashing Affair,
Stolen From Jury Room
"Knife, knife, wIio'b got the butch
er knife?" Is the chorus and main
substanco of a icry Interesting little
song which the Attorney General's
Department Is singing tlieao days.
And thereto a very Interesting little
tale Is attached, tho significance of
which may be very well Judged when
It Is heard.
Lum Shcong, n humble Chinaman
who washed dishes, cleaned pots and
pans, and did other such menial Jobs
nut at the Monna Hotel, found, to his
discomfort, somo tlnio nco that he
and Klmura, a Japanese omplpycd In
similar service at the beach hostelry,
lould not exactly agree on matters
of general kitchen Import.
Taunts followed, words were ex
changed, and, finally, when Klmura
decided that he could no longer stand
Kuhio Is Nominated;
Straight Ticket Talk
Is Given By Leaders
"I have said before and I repeat now, that I am a
straight-ticket man. I always was and I hope that I al
ways will be. I have no sympathy with the split-ticket
crowd; neither have I any sympathy for those who would
have this Territory turned over for government to a com
mission. I would consider myself a traiter to the country
if I had any sympathy for those who advocate snch a sys
tem. "I hope for the success of the ticket. Even if that
ticket is not filled with angel 3 1 believe in the support of the
ticket from top to bottom and let the split-ticketers go else
where." A. 0. H. Robertson.
The selection of Kuhio as the Re- at the afternoon session of the Re
publican candidate for Delegate to publican Territorial Convention yes
Congress and the choosing of the tcrday. These matters were, how
Terrltorlal Central Committee and over, much ot the nature of foregone
the Executive Committee were tho conclusions, and to those present the
most Important pieces of work done (Continued, on Paw 3)
in Madras, Flannelettes,
Mercerized Cottons, etc.
These pajamas are cool, light, and comfortable,
and made to wear and give the best kind of service. ,
, In our large new stock and splendid variety, you
are sure to find many that will just suit you, ,
.the alleged Insults of his co-worker,
he wielded a certain butcher knlfpf
the common garilcn variety, the very
,samo that hi now worrying the At
torney General's Department, with
such effect that Lum Sheong was
.laid up with n nasty slash a-down
'his back. Action followed quickly:
'Sheong's country friends rallied to
his cause; thematter was placed be
fore the Attorney General, and fin
ally before the Grand Jury.t
Now It happened that the butcher
knife with which nil the execution
had been done was produced as Im
portant evidence, and on the strength
of having seen this the Grand Jury
decided that an indletment should
be' brought In against Klmura. But,
without taking further action, the
(Continued onPage 6)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
County Convention. Will
Be Held Saturday
Although It has been generally un
derstood that the Republican County
Convention had been postponed from
next Saturday until the following
Tuesday, Secretary Buffandeau of
the County Committee today made
the official statement that in spile
of the fact that Saturday will be He-
gat a Day the convention will be held
on that date, and that whoever gave
out the other date ' was absolutely
mistaken. This will cause the poll
ttclans'who thought that" they had a
few days' respite, to hurry with their
plans, a thing which Is most neces
sary, aa things at present are In 11
1 There Is still considerable talk
about the meeting which Kuhio ad-
'dressed In Lane's faor. but it is een-
crally believed that even this will not
be sufficient to swing tho tide in
Lane's favor. However, it will con
tribute to make the fight for the nom
ination for Mayor a very Interesting
While Wise Is still out for the
(Continued on:7agt 4)
MARAMA HAS LARQE
MAIL FROM FLEET
Accumulation of Weeks
, Goes Coastward By
The Canadian-Australian steamer
Marama. Captain Glbb, arrived this
morning, from the Colonies, with Just
381 bags of mall from the boys of the
fleet to bo sent home by tho Alameda.
This large tinnsfer mill is tho result
of a good many weeks of literary ef
forts on tho part of the jackles and
theti officers, and will make 'the ar
rival, of tho Alameda at San Francisco
a momentous occasion.
The Marama has 180 tons of cargo
of a general sort for this port She
will finish discharging and pull away
from Bishop's wharf at 5 o'clock this
afternoon, bound for Vancouver and
She has a largo list of passengers,
and will carry out about a dozen from
this port, Including John Fleming and
Among the passengers coming
through are two dozen rugby players
of tho British Rugby Union, who hao
boon, playing, through Australia and
New Zealand. They are notlceablo by
reason of red hatbands and blue blaz
ers ot a cut which would be a new
thing for the American collego lad.
This team will play In Vancouver be
fore proceeding on home to London.
Though rugby has become tho game
In the California universities now,
theso husky players -n 111 probably not
go that far south on this trip, it Is
Have it keep right on after
you have ceased earning.
The only way is to take out
a Monthly Income Policy in
It provides regular support
for yourself or your depend
ents, and protects them in
case of your death.
See us about this new pol
923 TORT SI.
The organization fit tho Labor party
has actually coramtnecd. A commit
tee on proclamation, consisting of V
u. Acni ana unariw j. uroau, nas is-
sucu circulars insirucuuK mo sym- , ,..., - ,, .-J,.. .,...
pathlnra of the Labor party to organ- coure to hunt .for the Aebn, now
I10 clubs at 7:30 'o'clock tomorrow much ovordue on her trip from Stn
night, in nil tho precincts of tho Francisco to Samoa, nnd thought to
Fourth and Fifth Districts . be In sore distress or possibly lost, the
The election of tho delegates to the Canadian-Australian steamer Marama
convention, which meets on Wcdnes- arrlvc(1 n ,,0rt this morning early,
day. September 23 at 10 a m. will be f rom-AmitMa by way ot Suva, re
made on September 19. I...,. , , u mu
The number of delegates to be np- Porting failure In her search. The
pointed from various precincts Is as Aeon, n Hrltlsh tramp steamer with
follows: jnaval supplies, has not been heard
Fourth District. lot since she left the California port
FlrBt precinct. 6; second precinct, i,er long voyage to the wiuth seas,
4 miru nrccinci. z; iiiurm precinci,
1: fifth precinct, 8; sixth precinct, 6;
seventh preclnctt 2; eighth pruclnct,
3; ninth precinct, 7: tenth precinct, 1,
First Precinct,, 4; Second precinct,
G; third precinct, 4; fourth precinct, 3;
fifth precinct, 1: sixth precinct. 7; sev
enth precinct, 8; eighth precinct 4;
ninth precinct. 7," tenth precinct, 2:
eleventh precinct, S; twelfth .precinct,
8; thirteenth precinct, 3.
At far as is Known tho labor men
nro coming in from the outside dis
tricts to get Instructions from the
headquarters of tho Labor party. It
Is expected that the Labor party will
hold Its convention In the Orpheum
on September 23rdr at 10 o'clock In
, 8AN FRANCISCO, 8.pt. 15. Sug
ar Beets: 88 analysis St. 6d. Parity
3.99 cent. Previous quotatUn, 9t.
A movoment Is on foot among tho
men prominently interested in the
pineapple Industry to form a' selling
association on the lines of tho Sugar
Factors' Association, and It Is prob
able that In the near futuro this aim
will be accomplished.'
"It Is really too early to say much
about this thing," said 'one ot the
plncapplo magnates when asked about
the matter this afternoon. "There are
a number of us who are Interested In
forming a selling organization like
that of tho Sugar Factors' Associa
tion, tho purpose being to systematic
ally exploit tho market, instead ot ais
poslng of tho crop In a haphazard man
ner as Is being done, at present. It is
plain that there are many advantages
to be gained by bucIi an organization;
Wo can systematize tho selling, aud
the advertising ot our goods, and will
be able to standardize the grades as
well as derive many other benefits
We are only discussing the prelimin
aries at present, but I feel fairly cer
tain that all tho big companies will
Join the organization."
Spray for Horses and Cattle
with Spraying Apparatus.
Drug Co., Ltd.
Best Pastries at
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
-.Goes To Sydney- Island,
But Sees Nothing
0olne -many miles out of her
,hn,,.h .h u nn, 1..,,- ni.inn.
Owing to the fact that she carries
eight passengers, naval people and
Americans, the United States Govern
ment is taking a hand In the search
also, and tho Pajlflc Fleet will look
for the missing craft.
The Marama 'left Sydney with in
structions from the office there to
look for the Aeon. Lookout has been
kept day and night, as sharply as pos
sible, and th,e Marama called at Syd
ney Island, In the hope that the ves
sel, disabled, had made that point.
(Continued 1 en Page 5)
Good Beginning For
"The entrance requirements to the
College of AgrUulttuo end Mechanic
Arts must be similar to thode ot col
leges on the mainland."
J. W. Ollmore, president ot the
College'of Agriculture and Mechanic
Arts of Hawaii, mado the above
statement In his address this morn
ing to the students in the assembly
hall ot tho college. v
President Ollmore', who Is an able
speaker, and has traveled extensively
In the Orient and Occident, made a
very instructive address. Practical
ly all the members ot the faculty
were present. '
"Although the conditions here are
somewhat peculiar on account of the
many nationalities," said President
Ollmore, "it is their privilege to
make use of this opportunity by send
ing their children here to receive an
education which Is as good as they
could get In the colleges of the
mainland. It II true that some peo
ple have requested the Board ot
Trustees to lower the standard ot en-
(Continued em Page 5)
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOX SHIP-
PINO leave your oader with '
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
Next Shipment. Sept. 16.
J. Hepp & Co.,
185 8. KING STREET.
On the Run
Our Messenger Boys Always on Time.
NEWALL IS COMING
' SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 15. Director Newoll of the Nation
al Reclamation Service sailed for Honolulu today on the transport Crook.
Mr. Newall will investigate conditions with a view to the extension of
the service to Hawaii.
' ' mt 1
SARTOOA, N. Y., SeDt. 15. Governor Huehes was renominated to-
dav by the Republican convention on the flrst ballot. The vote stood
Hughes 827, J. V. Woodworth 151, and Former Congressman Stewart 31.
The nomination was promptly made unanimous.
NEW YORK DEMOCRATS MEET
ROCHESTER. N. Y.. Sent. 15.
here today and after a little preliminary business adjourned till Wednes
PORTLAND, Me., Sept. 15. The late returns from the State elec
tion show that all the Republican Congressmen have been eleetcd and the
Legislature will be controlled by the Republicans.
CHOLERA IS SWEEPING ST. PETERSBURG
ST.. PETERSBURG, Russia. Scot. 15. During the last 14 hours
there have been 240 cases of cholera.reported with 60 deaths.
' WILL BUILD GREAT TRANSPORT 'DOCK . '
SAN, FRANCISCO, Calif,. Sept.' 15. "The San. Francisco Bridee Com-.
nany has been 'awarded the contra'otfor the construction of the tramnc-rr.
dock at Fort Mason. The contract price is $1,248,000.
MRS. W. F. HERRIN IS DEAD
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Sent.
political leader and railroad attorney,
OPEN PEARL HARBOR BIDS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 15.
ing contracts will be opened December
Mutual co-operation Is tho ntch-
word of tho hour. So Is The HarrUon mends that San Francisco compel In
Mutual Association. See J. II. Town- slallation of modern automatic switch
send about It before It is too late. cs on street cars.
Campbell and Ba) Are
Enjoined Until Case
A temporary Injunction, with a stip
ulation attached, was this morning
granted against Marston Campbell,
Superintendent of Public Works, and
William B. Hal, superintendent of the
Wolluku and Kahulul waterworks, pro
venting them from taking water from
Iao valley, tho Wnlluku river or tho
branches thereof In excess of tho quan
tity being taken at tho tlmo of tho
(Ooatuned en Page t)
IKipVrV. S Bring your boys and j
BjHvTA girls here. We can fit Jj
ssisiiiiiisivl 'aHiJHEf ur e ,' 'M
nEJf JWKm lorgt in Honolulu 3
" JK 4 j oBHiJ &U& embraces every
y"' r F l style and shape that's Jl
as"! made nowadays. 'J
Manufactures Shoe Co., Ltd. J
FORT STREET, 4 DOORS BELOW HOTEL. M
The State Democratic Convention met
1 m .
15. Mrs W. F. Herrin. wife of the
died today of heart failure.
The bids for Pearl Harbor dred-
Jury at coroner's Inquest rccom-
BY GRAND JURY
Passionate Leon and Four
Flvo Indictments were returned by
the Territorial Orand Jury hlch was
In session )esterdny. Leon Straus,
the Iawjer who had a passionate do
slro to loe, oven at tho point of an
ugly-looking roolver, was' indicted on
tho chargo of assault with a deadly
weapon. This was predicted In es
tcrday'g II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Klmura, tho Bon of Nippon, who
(Continued on Page 2)