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8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. RFIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1908-8 PAGES
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DOWSETT WILL RUN
m IS WRECKED;
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 18. The freighter Aeon, for the safe
ty of which grave fears have been felt, is ashore at Christmas Island. All
hands are safe, Capt, Downie having reached Fanning Island cable sta
tion with news of the fate of the ship and its passengers.
Tlio Aeon waa a freighter bound from San Francisco to Samoa with
passengers nnd supplies for tho Naval Station at Pago Pago. Tho Gov
ernment ordered the Pacific Fleet to keep watch for the steamer nnd .tho
cruiser Colorado, which was to meet Swlncliurno's Fleet on Its return
here, was sent out on a special search for tho steamer. Christmas 1st
nnd Is ono of tlio Fannlng'group about 1,100 miles south of Honolulu.
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SELFRIDGE WAS SAN FRANCISCO HAN
. SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 18. Lieut. Selfridge, who died as a
result of his injuries in the accident to the Wright aeroplane, was born
in San Francisco. His parents leave tomorrow for the East.
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MANILA CHOLERA DECREASES
MANILA, F. I., Sept. 18. There is a decrease in the cholera cases,
Six were reported today,
CHOLERA AT AMOY
AM0Y,.Sept. 18. There have-bcen thirteen deaths here from chol
era in the last ten days.
WAS DRIVEN TO SUICIDE
- WATERSINBURY-, Eng., Sept. '18. Major General Lnard committed-suicide
today by throwing himself , under a train. His act is believed
to be the result of worry over the receipt of a letter in. which he waa
charged with the murder of his wife, who was mysteriously killed a few
CONNECTICUT STAYS BEHIND
ALBANY, Australia, Sept. 18. The main body of the American Bat
tleship Fleet left here at fi o'clock this morning for Manila. The flagship
Connecticut is coaling and will leave at midnight. -.
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AIRSHIP VICTIM IS IMPROVING
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 18. Orville Wright, who was injured
in the aeroplane accident, is improving.
JUSTICE M'FARLAND CREMATED
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 18. The remains of' Supreme Court
Justice McFarland were cremated today,
Kuhio and McClellan
At Commercial Club
Prlnco Kuhlo nnd'.Oorgo B. McClel
lan mado Informal speeches lioforo tho
Commorclal Club at noon today, In
which tho Prlnco spbko at length of
tho support which has been given lilm
by tho buslucs snicii of this com
munity, and Mr. McClellan touched nit
tho work which was done at Wash
Ington during tho past year, nnd out
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spoko of thn results accomplished In
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lulu harbor work, tho leprosarium, nnd
Pearl Harbor naval base. Commis
sioner Qehnral Loomis and Mr.
O'Loughlln, his secretary, wero among
President Wakefield of tho Commer
cial Club introduced Prlnco Cupid
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"At the request of the lead-
ers, and for the sake of promot-
ing harmony in the Republican
party, I have withdrawn from
the Sheriff fight," said Carlos A.
Long this afternoon. "Every
bit of support I have will go to
When asked about his posi-
tion in regard to the race for
the Count; Attorney's office,
Lone: said that he had nothine
.The withdrawal of Long
leaves A. PJ Taylor no chance in
the contest, so it is now certain
that Wise will be the Republi-
can candidate for the Shrieval-
HERE IN DECEMBER
High Commissioner Goes
To Washington To
' Give Thanks
The cruiser Hot Young of tho Chl
neso Imperial Nnvy with High Com
missioner Tong Shlu Yeo nbonrd, will
urrlvo hero In December on her way
to tho United States. She Is a 9,000-
ton cruiser with a speed of 20 knots
Tho cruiser was especially ordered
to convey the High Commissioner,
whose mission Is to extend tho thanks
of tho Chinese Government to the
President of tho United States for the
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PARHER FOR DEPUTY
Senior Captain Robert Walpa' Tan
ker of-tho pollco Is tho latest candi
date for Deputy Sheriff on tho lie pub
lican ticket. His-friends, aro urging
him to run.
Parker has been In tho pollco ser
vlco for many years. Ho was bn many
occasions mentions as a "probablo can
didate for Sheriff, slnco Drown left tho
department, but has repeatedly do
cllned to consider the proposition.
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ON CHRISTMAS ISLAND
Dowsett, Judd and Von Holt May
'.'.;.' Run; Piianaia Out for Auditor
Ed. Ingham or J. J. Fern
Frank R. Harvey, J. J. Fern,
Ed. 'Ingham, W. H. McClellan,
Jack Low, M. S. ,Silva,.J. J.
.Dim,. J. K. Kuhla, J. K. Faele,
Geo. K. Low.
County Attorney. "
E. M. Watson
Win. P. Jarrett
With tho convention ontomorroWl
there is still no solution In sight of
the Mayorship problem. Tho sup
porters of 'each of the thrco most
prominent 'candidates, Lane, Lucas,
and Hustnco, all claim 'tho victory as
usuaj, but furthe complications have
arisen through the fact that' J. M.
Dowsett) will bo sprung as a candi
date in case1 the. other three. start' too
much of a tangle. He' is wanted by
a great-many 'business men', and his
general popularity was .shown In his
lastv run for .tho Senate, leaving' no
doubt but that he would boclected
should ht be nominated. ' '
Dowsett, on the othcrhand, Is not
looking for tho position, .'and -will
take It only to holp-out the party,
should the convention be 'tied up' by
the other' candidates'. ' '
"I am certainly not looklngfor tho
nomination," said Dowsett this morn
ing, "but If It came to such' a pass
that radical action wero needed. I
might be Induced to step In."
Ed. Qulnn has announced himself
as a candidate on. tho Republican
ticket for the Senate and, will un
doubtedly bo given the vote of the
convention tomorrow. Qulnn' origi
nally wont Into the Legislature as tho
representative of tho laboring elo
ment and he has served the l Interests
of tho Territory well and faithfully.
Two terms; In thn House have equip
ped mm wun an experience regard-
REPRESENTATIVE ED. QOTNN .
Who Is a Candidate for the Sena-
Ing legislation that In. of .Inestimable
value As tho father of the Sunday
baseball law Qulnn gained consider
able criticism among pcoplo who
thought Sunday basoball was a vio
lation of a religious Sabbath.' Trieso
samo. peoplo havo learned by expe-
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R. H. Trent '
Fred. Turrill, John Anderson,
R. W. Cathcart.
' Chas. H. Rose, W. L. Howell.
H. T. Moore; W. W. Thayer,
Representatives, 4th District
Moses Pilau, Chas. McGon-
agle, Duke Kahantmokn, J. B.
Enos, Jesse Uluihi, J. H. Keawe-
Representatives, 8th District
Dan Xamahu, L. Xeawepoo-
ole. E. K. HananL D. Kaoiwi.
rlence and have, been straightforward
enough to state that tho Qulnn Sun
day, law has resulted In good rathor
Mr. Qulnn haa been solid for lib
eral legislation and at' the same time
Is' not a radical. Ills nomination for
the Senate Is believed tO'Dtfeilalva
lent to election.,
Solid for Cathcart,
Committeeman Atkinson stated this
morning 'that the County convention
Is practically solid for County Attor
ney Cathcart. far more than the nec
essary majority being pledged for
him. Mr. Cathcart Is considered the
ablest proBecutlng'offlcer who has ev
er served tho Government.
The name of Albert Judd was on
tho tongue of many business men
this morning, and strenuous efforts
were made to have him run cither for
County Attorney, Supervisor., or Sen
ator. Judd Is not nntlohs to run for
any office, and, he will take the nomi
nation for County Attorney under no
"I would not take the nomination
for County Attorney, no matter what
happens." said Judd. "and I 'do not de
sire to run for any office If I can get
out of it. However,' I' realise that
such a contingency might arise ttyat
I would feel that I had to' run as a
matter of 'duty, 'butt would hava.to
be forced by circumstances to do ua,'l
Von Holt Uncertain ' ,,
Slnco Shingle withdrew from the
race for the Tr'easurershlp, tor which
many wanted him to run, the' busi
ness men' are anxious to have von
Holt take the nomination, as' It needs
a very strong man to chase DcaOb'n
Trent out of the position In which Tie
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Our Messenger loys. Always on Time.
from our own well served with' every
meal, Best water in the city,
Chas. Hustaoe, Jack Lucas, John
C. Lane, J. M. Dowsett.
Dan Loran. A. P. Jndd. A. H.
R. Vierra, Jas. C. Qulnn, A. S.
Silva,. E. K. Lilikalani, W. E.
Paikuli, R. W. Aylett, Andrew
Cox, S. P. Maielna,
John W. Cathcart, Carlos A.
Carlos A. Long, John Wise,
', A. i Taylor.
Harry von Holt, Theo. F. Lan-
sing, Tim Lyons, Frank Archer.
has fortified hjinsclf for two terms.
Von Holt 'says 'that ho Is not, nt tilt
anxious to run, but' ho docs not ab
solutely decline to consider the mat
ter. Cohen for, House
J. C. Cohen Is a candidate for the
Republican nomination for Represen
tative from tho Fourth .District. Mr.
Colieh announced himself last night
when It was 'learned that Qulnn and
Hughes are to run-for tho Senate. Ho
J. C. COHEN
Who Will Be a Candidate for Noml
nation for Representative from
the Fourth District
starts out with the solid endorsement
of his precinct and a solid block of
twenty-one votes. The business
members of tho convention havo very
generally promised him tholr support
and his candidacy, has met with gen
eral favor. Cohen Is well liked and
he wants' to see Honolulu and Hawaii
grow. That Is his platform at all
Maile for Senator
The Fighting Sovonth of the Fifth
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FORT STREET, 4 DOORS
' Jas. Bickncll, A. St. C. Piianaia.
Henry van Gicson. Harry
Lake, Chris Holt, Joe Leal, Da-
vid Kanuha, Oscar Cox.
E. W. Qainn, Jas. H. Boyd,
Edgar Hcnriques, A. F. Judd, C.
B. Mailc, John Hughes, Sol. Ka
Representatives, 4th District
Joe Cohen, E. A. Douthitt, E.
1 A. C. Long, A. D. Castro, R.
1 W. Shingle, John Kamanaoulu,
I Geo. Makalcna, Robt. Baker, Li
1 ma Kahaunacle.
I Representatives, 5th District
Joe-Kalana, Win, H. Craw-
ford, E. N. Vocllcr, Bernard Ke-
lekolio, E. J. Crawford, S. P.
I Correa, S. Kanekoa, Chas. Holo
I ua, Sol. Kaleiopu.
held n caucus lazt evening at whlcli
C. 11. Mallo was endorsed for Sena-
tor. and Joo Knlana nnd Chas. llolo
uafor tho House. Tho delegates aro
much divided on tho Mayorship prop
osition In tlil3 precinct nnd no can
didate was endorsed for this position.
New Auditor Candidate
One of. tho biggest sensations of tho
day was tho coming forth of St. C.
Pllnnnla fpr tho Audltorshlp, which
Jimmy Illckncll Is generally consid
ered to havo ti'curcly In his pocket.
Pllnnnla is said to havo had prom
ises of support from a number of tho
dc!cgntc3 from tho Fifth District,
nnd ns n matter of fact there Is somo
feeling of soreness there, the allega
tions being made, as usual, that thn
Fourth Is trying to "hog" all tho
good offices, which may account for
such support. On tho whole, how
ever, Pllnnaln'n chances for tho nom
ination are generally considered
pretty slim. Tho Ninth Precinct of
the Fifth District hist night endorsed
him for tho nomination.
Dillingham Won't Run
Walter Dillingham, who has been
spoken of ns a candidate for tho
Ilonrdsof Supervisors, will not run.
Ho stated this morning that Jio could
not be considered an a candidate, an
he Intended to go nway this winter,
and would thcrcforo not bo nblo to
(accept tho nomination for any office.
Cathcart for Auditor
Kobcrt Cathcart, who was former
ly an employe of Wilder & Co..- arid
who Is well known on account of his
long residence In Hawaii, has como
out as a candidate for Auditor on tho
Democratic ticket. There are1 ni-
.lcady two other candidates for (his
jiuauiuu, immciy lurriu nnu Auucr
snn, although It doca not seem clear
why tho Democrats should b6 so anx
ious to commit Bulclde in this partlo-
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