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VOL. X. NO. 4J07
ROCHESTR, N. Y.,' Sept. 16. The
Democratic State Convention assem
bled here today nominated Lieuten
ant Governor Chanler for Governor.
The nomination was made by accla
mation and a spirit of harmony pre
vailed amon? the delctrates. Chanler
led his ticket at the lant election, in
which Hughes defeated Hearst for
the office of Governor.
Wm. J. Bryan will speak tonight
and the session is planned to be a
treat demonstration for the National
Lewis Btuyvcsnnt Chanler Is of
tin- wealthy Chanler-Aastor family.
Ho was born In 1809 unci practised
law since 1891.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Sept.
10. A cordial note of congratula
tion from Kin? Edward to the Sul
tan has caused no little surprise in
NAME THEIR CANDIDATE
HARTFORD, Ct.. Sept. 16. The
Democratic State Convention in ses
sion here today nominated A. H. Rob
ertson for Governor.
A. H. Robertson is a New Haven
lawyer. Ho was born In 1850 and
li a Yale graduate He served many
tonus In the State Legislature and
Is a director in many railroad and
financial corporations. He was Dem
ocratic candidate for Governor In
MAINE AND ALABAMA
SALUTE FORT OF NAPLES
NAPLES, Italy, Sept. 16. The
American battleships Maine and Ala
bama passed the port today and ex
changed salutes with the arsenal.
The Weekly Edition of tht Evening
Bullitln gives a complete summary of
the news .of the day.
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8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY
Is Now Feared By , Japan
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 1.
That Japan la very greatly concerned
icgnrdlng the probabilities of r Chinese-American
alliance has been
made apparent here by the activity
of Ambassador Takahlra, who has
held a number of conferences with
the President and Secretary Root dur
Ing tlio past few days.
The mysterious visit of the Japan
ese Ambassador to Oyster Hay last
Saturday Is said to have been for tlio
purpose of sounding President Roose
velt on the question of the Chinese
American alliance, llaron Takahlra
was anxious to know If the President
favored such an alliance, and if he
did not tlio Ambassador suggested
that It would be much appreciated
by tlio Toklo Government It the Pros
Ident would give out a statement
saying that he did not favor the ru
mored pooling of Interests.
Baron Takahlra has also made a
number of visits to Secretary Root,
nud only returned yesterday from
Secretary Hoot s summer home, near
L'tlca, N. Y where he held a con
ference with the Secretary. '
iiaron raaamra, u is unuersioou,
told the President bluntly that ho
had been ordered by the Mikado rto
Inform Mr. Roosevelt that' the pres
ence of two American fleets In the
Pacific was causing much concern to
the Toklo Government. This, com
ing on top of the agitation In certain
quarters for a Chinese-American al
liance the Daron said, had aroused
public opinion In his country to such
an extent that changes might have
to be made in the plans for the recep
tion of Admiral Sperry's Fleet In Jap
BOYS OF ROBBERY
Henry Leslie, Silva and
Robert Hobron Held
Henry Leslie, Joseph Sllva, and
Robert Hobron Jr., three well known
young men, were nrrested last night
by Chief of Detectives Kalaklela and
Ipcked up for Investigation. Tho ar
rest was made upon the complaint of
a Chinese, who claimed that the
boys held him up on the Wallupo
road and robbed him of $25. Tho
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Minister Wu Silent
The reason for the reported recall
of the Chinese Minister, It Is bellev-
d, Is -based upon an Interview or
statement attributed to him and pub-
lshed abroad, and particularly In
Japan, 'In -which he was made to
speak In favor of an Amerlcnn-Chl-
CAP. NICHOLS TAKES
CAP. NICHOLS PLACE
Elder of Skippers Brings
Arizonan To Port
Captain Charles Nichols, who was
supposed to ha'vu Balled for hU last
trip from Hawaii when ho went out In'
tho Arizonan last trip, brought nor off
port this morning, from San Francisco,
being the only man the company would
or could uso to bring tho vessel hero,
that sho might get her new master,
Captain Joo Nichols. Tho elder Nich
ols retires at onco, after an activo
litetimu a tsea.
Ho took her out to San Francisco
b'ofore as a short cut to getting to
tho Coast, and being rolloved, but on
arrival' thero ft was found that thero
was no man to bring lior back' hero,
and the old skipper' returned with her.
Captain Joo Nichols will tako her
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It provides regular, support
for yourself or your depend
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case of your death.
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The winning Candidate
OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY.
v Ijrtul8i. connection. Minister W'u
said this evening In the course of an
Interview as to the likelihood of his
recall,' that he was entirely without
Information apart from that contain-
cd in the news cable.
"I have not heard anything from
my government on tho subject, and I
'don't know anything about It," he
NEWALL WILL SEE
OAHU'S WASTE LAND
Land Commis'ner Pratt
Outlines Tracts On
Fj H. Newall, director of the Unll-
od States Reclamation Service, will
arrive here on the transport Crook
on or about the 23d of 'this month,
and, as soon us he arrives, will take
up tho matters of interest to his de
partment and work.-
Land Commissioner Pratt this
morning outlined tho different tracts
of land on this Island which are vory
suitable for. farming were It not for
the fact that they are without water.
In Kullauau thero are 'about 518
acres of land going to Waste for lack
of "wetness; almost the wholo of the
Walmanalo valley, about 7,000 acres,
could be reclaimed; at Nanakull
thero are 3,500 acres; at Lualualet
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SEPTEMBER 16 1908-8
The Commercial Club will enter
tain Delegate Kuhlo and Secretary
McClellan at luncheon on Friday
noon. It Is probable that the Dele
gate and- very likely Mr, McClellan
will be heard from regarding the
work at Washington and the course
to pursue 'in the future.
Carlos Long Is considering the
proposition of running for Sheriff
more than ever, the Second, Third,
nnd the I'auoa precincts having urged
him strongly to try for that nomina
tion. Long says that lie .cannot make
any deflnlto statement as to his In
tentions until he has consulted' with
certain of his political friends, whose
advice on the matter will govern 'his
John W. Cathcart will bo placed on
tho blacklist of the Civic rctfcr.atori
after he has been nomlri&ted by:iUio
Republican party for County Attorney.
The samo will, as' might bo expected,
bo the case with Wllllo Crawford and
Charlie Clark, should thoy reallio
their ambitions and get the nomlna,
tlona ton Representative, and It Is
alBO to bo expected that Jas.,11. Boyd,
sliodld he be nominated for the Senate,
will join tho procession.
The Federation has not been doing
much In the past few weeks, but, as
soon as. tho. conventions of the leading
parties aro over, tho leaders of that
organization will moot and will sort
their goats froir- their lambs, and tho
result of this, sorting will 1)3 published
for the benefit of tho members of tho
Federation. Tho Federation claims to
control a largo, enough vote to cnablo
It to defeat any candldato whom it de
termines to mako a fight.
Tho candidacy of Jimmy Doyd U a
nw thing, the announcement being
made only today.
As a sort of counterweight, to tho
Civic Federation the forces of Charllo
Achl will probably como Into play,
Achi is stated to havo announced, yes
terday that ho Intended to throw his
forces against any candidate whom
tho Advertiser might back.
Tho proximity of tho Republican
County Convention, which will 'bo held
noxt Saturday, has caused the men
tioning of a great number of candi
dates far various offices. The Fifth
District seems to havo discovered that
unless It gets a move on, it may not
get as many of Its mon In offlco. as it
may wish, and for this reason a meet
ing of tho district leaders will bo held
In tho near future, at which possible
candidates will ba discussed.
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Dr. Baldwin Resigns; ,
Cofer Expects Transfer,
Won't Take Presidency i
Muddle Is just about tlio word tlmt
expresses the condition of affairs In
tho Hoard of Health these days, nnd
the meeting tomorrow, postponed
from today, will probably be ono of
tho most Interesting for many moons.
Dr. W. D. llaldwln. ono of tb med
icos who has been In charco of tlio
Territorial Dispensary, has resigned,
by request. It Is said, on nccouut of
the criticism of his actions which ap
peared In the papers some time ago.
It may bo stated as nlmost posltlvo
now that Dr. L. K. Cofer will not
accept the position of President of
the Hoard of Health, if It should bo
offered him, for ho expects to be trans
ferrcd by the Government to somo
other station. He Is head of tho U.
S. Marine Hospital Service here at
present, but he Is understood to have
made the statement that lie exported
to be transferred from this station In
the not far distant future, and there
Denies Looking -Into -.:r
What did II. II. Duncan, a special
assistant to Attorney General llona
parte at Washington, make n flying
business trip to Honolulu .for? Ho
says that, his business Is official, but
goes no further. However, ho de
nies all talk of a honeymoon with
fervor, His ho has been married a year
now, and the assumption is absurd.
The rumor has become current this
morning that Mr. Duncan came down
here to mako nn Investigation of the
charges made by E. W. Thwlng
against United Stntcs District Attor
ney R. W. Ilreckons. Mr. Duncan
stated positively this morning that
his visit had nothing to do with these
Mr. Ilreckons stated that ho had
had several conferonces with Dun
can, but he did not say what matters
Mr. Duncan has made special study
of ono phnso of the law, and that Is
the enforcement of tho Sherman anti
trust law; and this fact gavo rlso to
the rumor that he had como down
here to look Into the Beet Trust nnd
Lumber Trust casos. This is prob
able, as Mr. Duncan smiled and equiv
ocated when the question was direct
ly put to him Just botoro he .left on
the Alameda' this morning,
"I would rather not answer that."
ho said, when tho question was re
Further than that ho had nothing
to do with the charges against Ilrec
kons In his visit here, nnd that tho
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fore would not accept n Territorial
position If It were offered him. It U
said that Dr. Cofer will lenvo Hono
lulu on n trip shortly and another
man put In hM place before ho 10
tiirns, he. In the meantime, receiving
ordcis to go clfC'.vliere. This will
mean a great loss to the Territory,
' for Dr. Cofer Is a good man and' hu
knows how to get into the health
work with nil possible dispatch. (Jov
'crnor Frear this morning intimated
that ho knew tomethlng about tho
Impossibility of Cofcr's tailing tho po
sition, when lie stated, In answer to
a Question, thnt the position was not'
vacant. Robinson being appointed for
I The llaldwln affair will be nno of
the ufnttcrs taken up at tho meeting '
tomorrow afternoon, nnd Fomostnrt
ling disclosures as to how tho Dis
pensary has been curried on nro
promUed to bo brought out.
nature of his business was official,
ho muile no direct statement.
Ho will probably return hero Inter.
Duncan Is an exceedingly nblo
man, linvlnc drawn most of tlio pa
pers In tho famous Standard Oil case.
A, L. C. Atkinson says that do-
$ slrables for public offices ought
f to como out Into tho open and
announce themselves as oandl-
dates. Thuro aro too few candl-
f dates, especially for 8enator and
f tho Supervisor Job, ho declares.
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JUSTICE IS DEAD
lAiioclated 1'rcis Special Cable
'SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 16.
Justice McFarland of the Supreme
Court of California died today from
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a record flight here today of over
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