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BVBNINO BVTLLBTIM, HONOLULU, t. II. FRIDAY,, SEPT. 18, 1068.
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7:39 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
and Mark Master, 7:30 p. m.
Oceanic First Degree.
All visiting members ot the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodcoi
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Metis every Monday cvaulng nt
7:30 In I. 0. O. K. Hall, Tort Street.
i:. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
iien. r. vicKuns, n. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4 th Tuesday
ot each month nt 7:30 d. m. at K. P.
HnU, corner Tort and Ueretanla Sta.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
V. WALDIION, K. of n. & S.
0A1IU I0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets exory first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Tort nnd Bereianla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. a. DEERINO, CO.,
JAS. W. WHITH, K.R.a.
J10H0LULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. OtC, B. P. O.
E will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every 11 Hay even
ts. Dy order of tho B. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON.
WM. II. McINERNY, B. R.
W;n. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets rcrv 2nd and ltd Saturday
evening nt 7.30 n't lock in K. of I.
Hall, cor. Kort and Dcrct.uil.i. Vlsit
iug bi others cordially invited to at
tend. w i, vn7A:i:, c.c.
13. A. JACORSON. K.K.8.
HtJHOLULU AERIE HO, F. O. B
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock lu'K. of P. Hall, corner
Bcretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W Presr.
II. T. MOORE, Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meat every first and third Thurs
days of ach month at KulghW ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
A. I). AULEIGII, Sachem.
a. e. murphy, o. of it.
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheum Attendants.
1st Door Waikiki of Central Fire Stn.
Ask Your Orocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
F; 8. Naami,
HoaUk Developing, Printing, En
larging and Inferior Photo
graphing. BOOL ST. btt. Nuuanu fc Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
wife ifceir sew FRENCH
257.Bwtania S Phone 1491.
For Rent" cards on nli- at
Are you out to save
will be your nucleus
of a bank account.
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KINO ST.
IMPORTED AND ISLAND.
Fresh Family Milch Cows,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
come np ana have some ion.
Choice TERM, ROSES and
THE TL0UEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
ED0EW02TH and QB0ID Tpbacoos
xlu only two food smoBbg
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE ClQAR STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ho careful housewife lets thines
ro to waste the uses a B u 1 1 e t i n
want Ad. and sells them.
Thurlow'i for a luneh or dinner.
Take) your carriage or. automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co, tor
up to-date repairs.
All kinds of beer, wine and mixed
drinks are served In the beet manner
at the Fashion. Just give us a try.
J. M. I.ovy & Co. will bo closed nrtcr
10 o'clock tomorrow, Regatta Day. Ono
delivery will be made lit the morning.
A word to tho wise Is sufficient Jim
Qulnn's seven-seated Peerless, 101
trips around the Island with a perfect
score. Phone 200.
On Installment! of $3 par month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Benny 6 Co.. Ltd ,
agents. 128S Fort St. Phone 411.
J. M. ICvy & Co. have a flno lots of
Umatilla red raspberries nnd black
berries, best Oregon wild berries,
packed In tins to prcscrvo their flavor.
Tho smoked horschldo outing Bhoe
nt tho Manufacturers' Shoe Co., for
13.60 Is ery easy on tender feet. Just
tho thing for hot weather wear and
The Dr. Minor residence nt Union
nnd Dcretanln tins been leased by J.
J. Mullcr, who will open It about Oct.
1 as n first class rooming and board'
Captain Otwcll called on United
States DlBtrlct Attorney Drcckons this
morning, nnd It Is thought that his
mission had something to do with the
settlement ot the differences between
Contractor Lord and tho United Stales
In the trouble oer the dredging In tho
Tho Hoard of Supervisors held a
cry short meeting this noon, passing
the following bills:
Road Department, l'milu.i, ??1; Vu
Rond District. $1266.50; Iflld Dcp.trt
ment, (5491.07: Rond Dcpirtmciit,
Queen Street, $1522.11.
Thus present woro: Chairman this
dice, and Supervisors Dnlght, Kcaluha
D0WSETT, JUDD. AND
VON HOLT MAY RUN
(Continued from Para 1)
ular manner, as Jimmy Dlckncll, who
they will have to run against, Is u
rock whom It would -take nn earth
quake to dislodge.
Jack Low for Supervisor
jacK i.ow, tno popular young uuoi
nebs man and cowpuncher, who will
return shortly from Cheyenne, whero
ho covered himself with glory, is be
lng mentioned by the Democrats us a
candldnto for Supervisor. It is said
that his consent can be obtained, and
many of that party's members think
that ho might bo able to lasso the Job
as neatly as bo does tho cattle.
The Sheriffship Fight
i no ngni lor mo snerinsnip is sun
about the same, though the chances
ot A. P. Taylor seem to havo bright
ened u little, and there Is u possibil
ity, howover remote, that ho may
land tho nomination through a dead
lock between tho Long and Wiso
forces. The Lano forces are willing
to support Taylor, presumably In ex
change for support front tho organ
on which Taylor Is employed, Wiso
Is, however, still tho 'strongest can
didate, and ho has a strong point In
his favor on account ot the feeling,
which Is getting Into concreto form,
that tho St. Louis Alumni aro try
ing to get nil tho offices In sight,
whllo tho Knmchamchn boys are left
In tho cold.
Waller Not Running
unpen J. waucr, on wnom many
Democrats had pinned their faith as
a strong candldato for tho Senate,
this morniuc announced positively
that ho would not run for that or any
other ofllce. This .will leave tho Dem
ocratic Senatorial ticket very weak.
ii is gonoraiiy concoaca mat aoio-
mon Kaleiopu will bo (he temporary
chairman of the convention, and his
opponent, Qeorgo Nawankos, will
probably havo uo show at all. This
position Is very Important, as tho
temporary chairman has tho appoint
ment ot tho commltttecs.
Platform Lost Stent of
in urn general contusion tno county
piatrorm seems to havo boen neglocl
cd altogether. Chairman Harry Mur.
my of tho County Commlltco, which
should under oidlnary clrcjinMiincM
nao chargj of tho drawing of n ten
tatlvo platform, Is in tho hospital
minus an appendix, ond tho rest of
tho members of tho committee aro not
Inclined to take up tho niatte'r. As a
consequence no one, as far. as can bo
learned, has dono anything about tho
platform. ThlB Is" not, howoVor. a
mattor of vory great Importance and
tho platform committee which will ba
choson at tho convention tomorrow,
will probably satisfy Itself by adopting
tho Territorial platform, possibly with
n few amendments, such as may tend
A Most lzeellant Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KINO ST. PHONE 120.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
HEARST HAS LETTERS
OF SENATOR FORAKER
COLUMI1U8, Ohio, Sept. 17. In an address made hero tonight nt
an Independence League meeting, W llllam II. Hearst read letters alleged
to havo been written to Benator For akcr by John D. Archbold of the
Standard Oil Company, enclosing two checks for 115,000. and' $14,500.
respectively, and discussing pro-Tru st legislation.
SENATOR FORAKER SAYS NOTHING
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Sept. 17. Senator Honker hns refused to make
a statement In answer to tho Heals t charges.
m i ' i
RECORD OF CHOLERA SCOURGE '
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Sept.
era in this city today and 166 deaths.
MANILA, P. l Sept. 17. Tho cholcrn Is receding,
were 25 now cases nnd 12 deaths.
RUEF'S ATTORNEY IS ARRESTED
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnllf., Sept. 17. Attorney Murphy, cbnrgcd with
bribing a Rucf Juror, hnB been aricstcd nnd released on $10,000. bonds.
MR. TAFT CANT MEET BRYAN
CHICAGO. 111.. Rout. 17. Mr. Tuft will l,i ,ir..l,l. , i. r...
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an nt the commercial banquet on
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AUXILIARIES AT MANILA
MANILA, P. I., Sept. 17. Tho auxiliary Yankton and tho hospital
ship Rellof havo reached Manila.
an i m
TO BERLIN VIA SIBERIA
TOKIO, Japan, Sept. 17. Ambassador Chlnda is returning to Ilcrlln
via tho Siberian route.
to give the counties more money and
Open or Secret Vote
Tho question as to the method of
voting to bo emplojcd nt tho conven
tion has caused a great deal of discus
sion, but no solution has been reached,
and tho matter will not bo decided be
fore the Rules Committee takes It np
tomorrow. Tho leaders generally pro
fess thomsolvcs to bo In favor of tho
open ballot, .but nt tho same tlmo
they express great fear that their del
egates v.111 not llko this form of vot
ing, especially thoso who hold Jobs
under tho County. It appears that
tho Hustaco workers would llko the
open ballot and the Lano men tho sec
ret method, though It Is generally con
ceded that If tho latter method he em
ployed, no booths will bo used, as was
the case at tho last convention. Most
ot tho leaders urge' that each precinct
Mile secretly by U.Vlf, nnd then havo
tho chairman announce) tho results.
Another suggestion Is to hnvo each
delegate mark his ballot and placo it
In tho box, with tho provision that tho
same kind ot paper bo used by all tho
WiU Not Withdraw
Wllllo Crawford and Jimmy Royil,
who woro said to hayo withdrawn from
tho race for Representative nnd Sen
ator respectively deny this report ab
solutely. They maintain that they
Intend to tako their chances at tho
convention, and that Micro Is nothing
to Induce them to withdraw,
A canvas of the delegates from tho
vartoim precincts gavo tho follow lng
First Precinct Ono of tho Homo
Rulers who canio over from Koolau
today stated that tho Republicans
there held a caucus and endorsed
Frank Pahla for Deputy Sheriff, Hus
taco for Mayor and Wiso for Sheriff.
Second Precinct Out for Hustaco
us Mayor and Wiso for Sheriff.
Third Precinct, Walalua Tho ma
jority of tho delegates aro for Hustaco
as Mayor and Wise for Sheriff. A
caucus will bo held today to endorse
tho abovo candidates. For Supervis
or Andrew E. Cox; Rcpresontatlvo,
Fourth Precinct Report has It that
the delogatcs aro for Jack Dowsott
for Mayor, caucus to bo held tonight.
Fifth Precinct Lucas seems tp hnvo
Blxth Precinct No caucus has been
held, but it Is reported that Lucas is
leading, with Hustaco Bocond. For
Supervisor, F. K. Archer.
Seventh Precinct A caucus will bo
held soon, at which It Is expectod that
Lucas will get tho support of hluo del
egates out of twelve. B. J. Crawford,
ono of tho delegates, is still 'hopeful
of landing Lane In spite' of tho oppo
sition. 8. Mncy Is working hard for
, - Umatilla
Red Raspberries & Blackberries
These OREGON WILD BERRIES are carefull packed in tins to retain all their delicious
flavor. They make a delicious dessert, and are unequaled for pies and pastry.
J. M. Levy & Co.,
Thcro woro 305 cases of chol-
...... ..... wu ui.uu.u vf uai;, Mil, urj-
haa its cause. If you frown, squint,
or narrow the eves to m nhfenti
your eyes need a good pair of glasses.
Klghth Precinct Thcro nro seven
delegates In this precinct and so far
as Is known no caucus has been had.
Lucas seems to bo leading. Ocorgo
Lucas and Big Jim aro looking after
Ninth Precinct in this precinct
Lnno'u chances nro very slim. Hustaco
and Lucas aro about oten.
Tenth Precinct No caucus hero.
Lot K. C. Lano and A. S. Kaleiopu, re
spectively, represent Lano and Hus
taco. Lucas has no kokua there.
Klovcnth Precinct Whether a can
cus has been hod or not, no ono would
say. Lane, Hustaco and Lucas are
neck and neck horo.
Twelfth Precinct It Is proboblo that
Hustnco will bo tho choice of tho del
egates. Chan. II. Clark is out of tho
race for Representative, out Crawford
refuses to surrender his stand.
Thirteenth Precinct Lano seems to
have a majority of tho delegates.
First Precinct This Is Hustaco's
precinct. Tho delegates aro fourteen
In number and Hustaco has tho ma
jority. Lane and Lucas havo about
equal strength. Wiso nnd Cathcart
hnvo been endorsed. Caucus tonight.
Second Precinct Hustaco is men
tioned In tha load.
Third, Product Lano Is getting
strength In this precinct. Benator
Chilling" orth and C. 11. Conko aro re
spectively working for Lano and litis-
Fourth Precinct This is Hustaco's
own precinct. C. A. Long is trying
hard to Innd Lucas for Mayor, but
Lucas, who is also a delegate from
this precinct. Is on top. Tho contest
will be watched with a great deal ot
Fifth Precinct Caucus will bo hold
at tho convention. Tho outlook 1b
bright for Lane.
Sixth Precinct In this precinct
there aro twonty-ono delegates. Thoy
nro non-coiiimunicatlvo. They aro on
tho fenco watching for tho unexpected.
Caucus at convention.
Soventh ProClnct "This Is Lano's
precinct," said ono ot tho delegates,
"We havo pretty nearly agreed to on
dorso htm for Mayor and Wiso for
nwsruwwmrMf ne est
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Friday, September 18.
SAN FRANCISCO Sallod Sept. 18:
S. Q. Lurllne, for Honolulu.
ORAY'S HARBOR Arrived Sept. 18:
Schr. Chns. B. Falk, from Elcole.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Sept. 15:
S. S. Mexican, from Hllo, Aug. 31.
KUHI0 AND M'CLELLAN
(Continued from P 1)
first, with a few words as to the re
sults accomplished this past year 'In
Congress, nnd predicting greater re
sults In the future.
The IVInco Bald, In part: "Mr. Pres
ident and Gentlemen: It Is very true
that your toastmastcr Has nsked me to
mako a speech, and I hnvo accepted
rcallilng my poor ability, but appre
ciate tho conlldcnco of tho business
men of this community, and their en
dorscment of me and backing of my
wora in wnsmngion. in all tho time
I havo been In Washington, I hnvo al
ways had the confidence of tho busi
ness Interests and with this backing,
tho results have shown for themselves.
I will not go Into what theso havo
been. Tho results speak for them
selves. "In looking over tho situation hero
I shall not attempt to talk politics
tno business community Is a llttlo
lenry of tnklng an active part In pol
itics, as I may call It, but for what
reasons I don't know. It Is well enough
for a man to sit back nnd criticize
what tho politicians nro doing. But
hero tho business men aro sitting In
their chairs and not tnklng enough In
terest: they don't know who's going
"I think that all Interested nnd the
community of business men especially
should tnko somo Interest In politics,
which affects tho affairs of this Ter
ritory. Though I am not a politician,
hero wo nro working In our parlies, to
get as many good candidates as anoth
er, to All a good ticket, nnd when we
go to a business man and nsk him why
ho doesn't tako somo part, ho holds u,i
his hands in horror, nnd says, "Oh, I
don't want it. I don't want It.'
"I think I ought to any right now
that It Is to the Interest ot tho Ton!
tory that Interest ba taken In politics.
I don't say all should go Into it deep
ly, but nil should tako somo interost
In It and como out for tho candidates,
upon whom we must In future depend
n good deal.
'Don'1 wait until after tomorrow,
when wo hnvo nominated tho candi
dates and then raise hell becauso Hid
Republicans wcro defented. I think It
is to th Interest of this Territory to
havo n Republican ndmlnlstratlon."
Ho then spoko briofly of how closo
ly Mr. McClcllau was associated with
himself In tho work nt Washington,
pointing tho way for Mr, McClcllau a;
tho next siicaker. .
Mr. McClcllan spoko of his good for
tuno In being associated with l'rlnc)
Kuhlo In Congress, paying the Deli
gate a high compliment on his work
in tho 59 th and 60 th Congress??, mil
congratulating himself liccaim some
of tho glory, ihrough this assoclatlci,
ho thought would fall on Ills on
Ho moMloncd the fact thai what he
had been able to accomplish nt Wash
ington was becauso of the futt Ihnt
Kuhlo had made him his confidential
man, and had let others know nt
Washington that ho had done so.
Ho further outlined tho policy which
had been pursued at Washington, of
asking for what It was thought Ha
waii could get, and of making straight
forward representations, so that each
request should carry with it weight,
bringing results now and laying the
grpundwork for greater things In
Mr. McClellan referred ns monu
mcntB to Kuhio's work In four years
past, to tho Hllo breakwater, tho Im
provements nt tho leprosarium which
havo been secured, harbor improve
ments here, and tho naval baso at
Ho spent somo tlmo In talking of
the passing through tho Houso of tho
coastwise shipping bill, by which Ho
nolulu people can go to tho Coast In
foreign bottoms, oxplalnlng tho con
stitutional reasons for Its advocacy.
Ninth Precinct Hustaco Is leading
in tho mayoralty fight. Chas. Ilootli
practically controls tho delegates, with
perhaps a few exceptions.
Tenth Precinct O. Chalmers Is tho
only delegate from this precinct. Who
ho supports for Mayor is not known.
King St. near Bethel.
Friday, September 18.
Stmr. Maunn Loa, 8lmerso;i, from
Kail, Kona and Maul, a. m.
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, Pcderson, from
Kauai, 4:40 a. m.
Stmr. Nllhau, Oness, from Watmoa,
6:35 a. m.
Stmr. Kauai, from Paaullo, 3:10
Stmr. Claudlne. Bennett, for Lahai-
na and Hllo, 6 p. in.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, Sltncrson,
from Kona, Kan and Maul, Sept. 18.
F. L. Gibson and wlf, W, O, Ogg anil
wife, F. J. Llndemann, C. M. Luvstcil.
John Aknnn, Miss M. Kunipo, Geo. C.
Hewitt, Jr., II. Bcrtolman, O. Ilertcl
man, G. Gonsalvcs, T. Gaspar, D. Todd,
S. K. Lucas, J. P. Mnkatttal, Mrs. J. I).
Paris, Win. Paris, A. C. Alexander, V.
O. Andrews, J. O. Smith, John Grclg,
Miss W. 8cholU, C. B. Wells. K. W.
Pease, W. Wngencr, C. Akuna, Miss
S. Akuna and 63 on deck.
Per stmr. Clnudlno. Bennett, for Ii-
linlna and Hllo, Sept. 18, 5 p. III. II.
11. James and wife, Geo. W. Cnrr, C
K. Wright, J. II. Fuller, E. W. Russell
nnd wife. Ah Ping. W. P. Hnra. .1. B.
Thompson nnd wife, 11. K. Savage. A.
T. Wakefield, C. II. Wells, W. W. Tay
lor, Q. Q. Bradford, J. K. Bracon, Jan.
Morse, M. Km In, Mrs. Heffrou, Mrs. J.
O. Brown, Rev. J. E. Koklpl. It. Hold
moku, Joe Pun. J. Knnutala. Urn Moon,
nnd wife. Kuen Sen. C. M. Knuul, Miss
Cockett, Tdrs. Jos. Cockctt. Mrs, Kaiii
Llllll nnd child, Mrs. J. S. Knlnmn.
Miss E. Malnloha, F. J. Church, Lcong
Tal, D. L. Kahaleonhu.
THE MAUNA LOA camo In today
from Knu, Kona, nnd Mnul, bringing ,
a largo cargo, nnd a good list of pas
sengers. Tho purser's list of tho
freight Is: H2S0 bags nugar, 37 bags
coffee, 207 bags taro, 3 bags ginger,
30 bags charcoal, 2 bales tobacco, 2
barrels pears, 8 cases pears, 11 casos
dried fish, 12 barrels dried fish, 2 cases
limes, 97 bunches bananas, 11 kegs
butter, 140 bundles hides, 1 bundlo
sheep skins, 14 crates chickens, 3
crates pigs, 1 cow, 2 horses, 4 donkeys,
30 head cattle, and 165 packages sun
THE KE AU HOU arrived today
from Kaunl,wlth the following freight:
961 bags sugar, 450 bags rice, 260 bagt
paddy, 14 bags rlco bran, 18 empty
gas drums, 72 bags empty bottles, 1
box castings, 1 piano, 1 trung, 2 bags
potatoes, 1 tub soy, 2 enscs glassware,
1 barrel glassware, 1 box chickens, 1
pig, 4 cases milk and 48. packages sun
dries. She had 5 passengers on deck.
THE STEAMER KAUAI, which us
ually madco Its headquarters at Hllo,
enme Into port this morning from
Paaullo, with 1080 ohla tics on board,
and other frlenght ns follows: 2720
bags sugar, 1 bar steel. Tho sugar is
IT IB REPORTED that tho U. 8.
gunboat Annapolis Is searching for thu
missing tramp steamer Aeon.
THE NIIHAU enmo In this morning
from Wnlmca In ballast.
Tcmpciatures 6 n. m., 75; 8 n. m.,
77; 10 a. in., 79; no in i; morning
Ikuvuetcr, 8 a. m 3no:; ausolulo
humidity, 8 a. in., G.2i'it uui'.iw t-r
cubic fool; rclntl3 hiimlli;. 8 n. in.,
63 per cent; dew point, V u. in., 63.
Wind 6 n. m., velocity 9, illicclluii
N. E.; 8 n. m., velocity II. direction
N. E ; 10 n. m . velocity 10. illrrctlou
N. E.; noon, velocity 15, dlrorlon N E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 u,
m.. .00 Inch.
Total wind niovcr.unt -lining '.'I
hours ended nt noon -'" miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Suction Director, Woather Bureau.
Mljcoka Golchl was this morning
fined $100 nnd costs of court by Judge
Robinson nfter ho had entered a plea
of guilty to tho crlmo of assault. Tho
flno was Immediately paid by Charles
Chllllngworth, attornoy for tho defend
Attor complimenting James F. Mor
gan, George W. Smith, nnd others of
tho members of tho Commercial club
on their public work, and after somo
commendation of tho work of tho club
as n whnlo. ho closed his tulk amid
Georgo W. Smith, being called on
next, plodgcd tho support of tho Mer
chants' Association to Mr. McClcllau
for another two years.
A rather small crowd was present.
Thoso at tho table with Mr. Loomls
veroi Prlnco Cupid, E. C. Blown, E.
II. Paris, J. S. McCandlcss, A. L, C.
Atkinson, G. B. McClollnn, Secretary
O'Loughlln, G. W, Smith and James
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yaoht which you
have in mind. Well haveftjt ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it We've done it, however; so
Charles D Walker,
Bosi and Machine Works,
.-w Xing near Alapai,
1,.' a iJtfduudA,4itoJi4tfa