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If You Wnnt A New Home 71
ARE READY TO VOTE
County Convention Meets.
Balloting Will Be Secret
.. i ii mm r
Von Holt Runs. Long and Archer Out Altogether
Th( following were elected
permanent officers of the con-
vention this afternoon:
Chairman, A. F. J mid.
! Vice Chairman, Andrew Cox.
Secretary, Jas, L. McLean.
Assistant Sccietary, Bernard
2d Assistant Secretary, F.
Sergeant at Arms, David Ka-,
Interpreter, A. S. Mnhculu.
The giout day 1iik arrived. Tho
Republican County Contention Ih in
session, and this afternoon It will I m
decided who the candidates on the
Heiiuhlleait ticket will lie.
Who Will Be Mayor?
Til ti cieat question as to who will
lie tho candidate fur Mayor In im iin
rrrtaln au bcfoio. l.ncas, l.aue, and
Hiistnro eaeh claims tho victory on
tho (list ballot. That thnio will bn a
great contest seems, however, cer
tain, and I licio la considerable spec
ulation ax to what each would do
Hhoiild he Hud himself low man with
no chance of victory.
Tim til lewdest politician)! have It
that In such caw 1 1 list act) would
throw his strength to Lucas, I.ano to
l.ucas, and I.uciih to Initio, but each
of the great men says that ho will
IlKht as long as tho voting continues,
von Holt Will Run
Harry von Holt will iuu for I lm
olllco of County Treasurer. This Is
definite. lie had promised a delcgn
tlim of prominent business men, who
were uigllig hltu to enter the. con
test, that lie would give them his an
ijwcr thta noon. Ho stated a ouplo
of minute. later that his answer had
been In tho affirmative, ami that lin
had consented to run. This will
make things Interesting for Deacon
Trent on the Democratic side, If von
Holt Is nominated.
Lone Wants No Office
Carlos Long this morning announc
ed that ho had withdrawn from tho
into for tho County Attorney's olilce,
as well as from tho Shrievalty con
test, and was seeking no nomination
whatever. This will, without much
in Madras, Flannelettes,
Mercerized Cottons, etc
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doubt, leave .lolm Cathcnrt a dear
Hold, and, even If a darli horse should
1o sprung In Hie convention, tliero
.would nut at this lato hour he much
chaiiio ot defeating Catlicarl.
MrDiifflp for Dcnutv
'PI... Iitffitif .itiillil.if n fur lltn nffint
,.r n.,,,,iiv i,..,lrr r il,,iw,lnln In Ar.
tliur McDuflie, who this morning an-
'iiouiimI that he was after this
..iim MMi.inin inn.io , Pl incnr.l
as n detective during tho admlnlstra-
lion of A. M. Ill own. mill It Is qulto
Ilkelv that lm will have unite a fol
lowing lu tho convention. Tliero arc,
however, so many candidates for this
olll.o that It Islniposslblotosay whoJ""lHR ' '' front tho Fourth
will win out. I1""' f"ur rro"1 "l0 I''lf"' I),strlct-
Archer Out of It
Supervisor Frank Atelier lias ror-
ii.tkcn the political arena altogethct.
Ho stated this morning that ho had
wltlidiawn as n candidate for Coun
ty Tieasuror, and that ho did not In
tend to seek tho nomination for Su-
'ervlsor. Kwn District will, howcV'
i.pnn .. Qm.iipuluni ,.a 1, lu
1.1, en .. ,iuii.Mm'i, . .v ....
considered that on account of
largo amount of taxes which this .lb,-,"" ""Tl" "" '"" -""""""
..I. .. i.. .tin.i i ....' mltteo.
llltL i.ib, ii. la uiibiuuu (u ivi'ivavu-
tatlon on tho Hoard. Archer sas
that Ka-no will probably bo nominat
ed for that office.
At 9:15 Vlco Chairman Solomon
Kalelopu of tho County Comniltteo
alien mo iicpuiilican convention m
order, hut It was still several minutes
beforo tho delegates got Into their
so.tls. Kalelopu called for Hie elec
tion of u temporary chairman.
Clarence Cooko nominated Kalel
opu. Charllo Clink moved to clo.su
nominations. Carried, and Kalelopu
llernard Kclekollo nominated K.
Iliifrnndenii temporary iiecrldary. Wll
lln Crawford moved that noiiiluntlons
close. Carried, and lliiffaudeau was
Iluffauilcau lead the call for tho
W. T. Rawlins nominated Dan K.
Kaeo for assistant secretary.
C'lillilngwortli nominated llornnnl
Kolekollo, but tho Hoy Orator with
drew In fnvor of Kaeo, and moved
that nominations closo. Kaeo was
Kalana nominated K1I Crawford for
Interpreter. Crawford withdrew.
Win. Ahla nominated .Tnhu Wlso,
but Markliani objected on arcount ot
the fact that Wlso was a candidate.
Kelckolio Beconded Wlso's nonilna
lion, staling that lila candidacy did
mil Interfere. Markhain withdrew
Ills objection, and I.lllkuluuL camo
out In favor of Wise, who was dcclar-
"'"" l!,e- Kvo "I" V'0 1Blrn,R,,t
iimnl-,K''lB' l,lra,,p' sl,m,tc'1 tl10 ,r,,nI,r.c""
""'lo Marhhaui. Ho was greeted with
cries of disapproval.
Tho secretary read tho roll call.
Charllo Clark' moved that n Com
mlttco on Credentials bo appointed
Ijlllllll liiovcu mill a comiuiuco ui
ten from each district bo appointed
fCorrea moved to appoint Commit
tees on Platform and Resolutions.
Cooko moved to i educe the number
of delegates to five from each district
as n larger contmlttco would bo tin-
n,,,M1 ulnlnil tlmf
...III......,. uw.. ......
t,..M 1.. 1.n en.1nMllnlj .
Charllo Clark moved to have n
committee of live from each district
appointed on Platform. Carried.
Knlnlnmi asked how manv mem-
. ...,,, . .... ., credentials
Mnrkhnll. Imivcd lo maUo i, nvo
from endl ,strl(.t wllcll carred.
A recess ot flvo minutes was ink-
Tho Chair announced the follow
Committee on Utile Fourth DIs-
trlet: Jas. I.. Holt. .1. llclser. V. T.
Uawllns. W. 1 Drake. A. II. Phillips.
Filth District: Frank I'nhla. C. II.
Clark. S.I Malcliia. F. F. Fernan
dez, F. C. Miller.
Comniltteo on Credentials Fourth
District: Andrew Cox, F. Meyer, D.
Douglas, S. W. Iigau, Reo. Darker.
Fifth District: fleo. P. Denlnon. Keo.
Kawal, D. Klkalia, Wm. Ahla, C. M.
Comniltteo on Platform Fourth
District: Cico. V. Smith. K. K. I.lll
kalanl, W. II. llrown, Sol. Hanohaiio,
C. I. Crabbo. Fifth District: C. N.
Arnold, S. C. Dwlght, II. Kalialc, Win,
Henry, W. II, Mclncrny.
Cleo, Darker called attention to tho
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tA$mrlntrd Prut 8rTfil Cabl
CINCfNNATI. Ohio, Sept. 19.
United States Senator Forakcr today
aniwcicl the charge made by Wm.
R. Hearst that he had received checks
from Standard Oil officers in a letter
dealing with matters of public policy
and Congressional legislation.
Mr. Forakcr states that he has nev
er received money for public service.
lAnoclatfd fr"' Sicclal Cable)
WASHINGTOK, D. C, Sept. 19.
Cable advices received here today
state that the steamer Aeon struck a
rock i July 18, on the southeastern
point of Christmas Island. There are
over fifty survivors now on the isl
and. The torpedo tender Solace,
which is due to arrive at Samoa to
morrow, will be sent to take them off
lAneelaltt rrtu tptelal CM1
SAN PEDRO, Calif., Sept. 19.
An oil explosion occurred today on
board the steamer San Pedro. Four
men were injured.
lAnooiattd rmi 5p)UI CM1
MANILA. P. I.. Sept. 19. In the
last eleven hours there have been
thirty-eight cases of cholera and 17
Ncls Avldson, aged fcG, and I'.llza
Wilms, aged CO. WMted tho Now York
city hall arm lu aim and obtained ,i
marriage license After the couple
hail been united by Aid, Cavanagh, till
bridegroom was taken III, uud a phy.
slclttii wan called lo tho lirido'a homo
to euro for him, Avldson, wh.-i M (i
feet 4 Inches tall, was oncn wealthy,
but lost u fortune la mining vendues.
Spray for Horses and Cattle
with Spraying Apparatus.
Drug Co., Ltd.
Main Event of Regatta Day
Cancelled Thro' Accident
Drifted Buoy Spoils Myrtle's Victory
Summary of Regatta evente,
upto noon hour, according to of-
1 Whale boats, won by the
deck crew of the Iroquois; en-
gineers of Iroquois, second;
2 Senior barge race, Myr-
ties finished first, but race can-
celled: time 16:49.
3 Six paddle canoe race, A
finished first, Hanakeoki second;
4 Freshman barge race,
Myrtles finished first. Healanis
second; time 13:23 1-2.
Four paddle race; Leo Keo-
ka, Dr. Wall, first; A, Kame-
haineha A. C. second: Hoon-la,
Outrigger Club, third; Flying
Fish, fourth. No time taken.
Senior pair oared boats; Myr-
tie Club, first; Healani Y. & B.
Four naddle canoe (moderni.
Lanakila. Kara. A. C.'.firsti Mi
Kam. A. C, second; Kalahlki-
ola, John lii, third.
There wero only two things In town
today tho Convention and tho ncgat
ta. From tho harbor It seemed as If
ovcryono in this city was lined up
along tho waterfront, wharves wcro
crowded to such an extent early this
morning that tho?o who enmo lato had
difficulty In getting it view of gleam
ing craft that shono on tho waters of
tho harbor. All was excitement, and
speculation was rifo as to tho rolatlvo
merits of tho competing crows In tho
most Interesting raco of tho day tho
Myrtles and Healanis,
Uoth boat clubs held open hoiiso
and Huongs of people crowded all tho
spaco available tho whole of tho
morning. At tho Healani club-house
Krnest Knat's Hwcct orchestra made
merry the occasion by stirring Ha
waiian music, which, floating out over
tho waters and mingling with tho
swash of tho waves, gave tho proper
air of Jollification and holiday feeling
to tho day. .'
A more perfect day, whan every
thing Is taken Into consideration,
could hardly havo been asked for.
Tliero was a corking good' brcezo;
now and then a dash of rain, but It
J. Hepp & Co.,
185 8. KINO STREET.
Count the Minutes
between the time you hand tho
boy the message and the time of
from our own well served with every
moal. Best water in the city,
was not enough to cause tho spectat-
ors to seek shelter; tho sun shono tho
(Brcatcr part or tho morning, hut there
.w"8n.n?Ji ,,8,1 h,c.f' " V,ru ' a
'Kroat deal of the tlmo on thu water-
i rum, ior mo sauy tang 01 tnu iresn,
breezy nlr took away all the throb
bing heat. Tho water lu tho harbor
was not rough, albeit tho wind was
strong enough to forco the skippers
of tho small sail boats to "look a lectio
out" for a sudden gust.
Tho harbor wob dotted with the
shining sails of hundreds of small
craft, to say nothing of tho many row
boats filled with plcasuro seekers and
Interested spectators. Tho great In
terest centered about tho second raco
of tho day, between, tho crews of tho
Healani any Myrtlo Ilnat clubs. Down
In the little dark corner of thu Healani
Club, seated around their barge, thu
huskies of tho club wcro listening to
tho coaching words of Pcto Dai on. the
old veteran athlete. That tho Ilea
lanla wcro In good condition over) one
who knows Pcto Uaron will believe,
but, as tho result tliowed, they did
not havo tho clean, swinging kind of
a stroke that wins a race. Tho Myrtlo
oarsmen wcro all lo tho good.
After tho whale boat raco, which
started at 9:20, camo tho main event
of tho day, tho senior liargo raco be
tween tho Myrtle and Healani crows.
Tho result was no race, as tho stake
which tho Healanis wcro to have
rounded off tho spar buoy drifted
away, and they lost six lengths finding
It. Tho Myrtles ut first refused to pull
again, but later rolcutcd and tho raco
will bo rowed over.
Tho start was from a lino between
the railroad and Sorcnson's wharf. Thu
gun was fired nt 10:00, Uio Myrtles
hitting tho water first, and rowing 32,
which they later shortened to 34, as
they camo up against tho wind. Tho
Healanis took things at u 36 clip,
which thoy maintained throughout.
Going up tho channel, straining every
norvo, tho two crows wcro right to
gotlier as thoy reached tho stakes. Uut
hero tho troublo camo In, Tho Hea
lanis turned first, but tho fluttering
white flag was not to bo seen. Duck
ihey came, rowing llko mad, but six
good lengths to tho bad. Tho Hea
lanis seemed tho fresher of tho two
crews, but tho lead of tho Myrtles
grow longer, and thoy flashed up tho
harbor with certain victory, barring
accidents, beforo them.
All tho tlmo, tho crowds yelled for
their favorites, cheered them on, and
Healani bluo waved as proudly In tho
hour of defeat as over waved Myrtlo
With 1 and 4 wobbly but game, tho
Myrtles went across tho lino, after 1C
minutes and 49 seconds of hoart
breaking strain. Tho Healanis fin
ished 1 minute and 5 fcccond later.
Victors and vanquished wero I'd
eclved with tho warmest demonstra
tions at their own boat houses.
A few minutes later. Captain Clark,
of tho Healanis, camo alongsldo tho
Judges' boat, and protested, stating
that tho drifting of tho buoy had lost
FORT BTRBBT, 4 DOORS
I UN i
the race for his crew. A delegation of
Judges went out, and returned later,
having found thu buoy drifted far to
tho Walklkt side of thu channel, an
the anchor was pulling out.
The race wa3 then declared off, and
the crows invited to low It over.
The Freshman Contest.
The Krcshmun raco was a good
event, won by the MrthH by a length
and a half In Ihe time of 13 minutes,
23l seconds. The Healanis got thu
Jump of them at tho start, but Fer
nandez, stroke tor the- blue boys,
broke his oar on the third stroke, and
tho start was delajod. Tho Healani
boys got the best of tho second start,
rowing 40 for about ten strokes, when
they ccttlcd down to 31. Tho Myrtloti
also took 34, mid they went out tho
channel togethor. Tho Healanis round
ed the stake to tho good, holding their
34 i.troko through tho whole of tho
wr-y li-u-k, Tho Myrtles lengthened
their ntioke. tactics which proved
availing In tho pull against thu strong
wind which wan blowing. Pulling 32,
they crossed tho lino a length and u
halt to tho good.
Several launches ran lu front of tho
bluo crew, notably tho Midgo and tho
Hukthukl, giving tho hargo their back
water, in n way which called forth a
howl' of protest on tho Judges' boat.
No prolest was mado by tho crew,
however, beyond a erbul ono by
Cockswain Clark to the launches
themselves out In the channel.
Tho oventB in their order wero:
Flvc-Oarcd Whulo Hunt Uacc, No
spoon oars. Prize. $20. Courso: front
lino between flags of U. 8. B. Iroquois
and Talsel Maru to and around spar
buoy, keeping on port sldo lu turning,
thence back to Btart. Entries: Keady's
and Hill's crowB from IT. S. 9. Iro
quois. Tho raco started at 0:20. Tho boats
got off together, and wero still to
gethor as they went down tho channel.
Howlng 39, Keady's crow finished fif
teen lengths to tho good. In 9: 12.
2. Senior Slx-oarcd liargo Prlre,
$25 trophy. Courso: From lino be
tween Sorenscn's wliaif and railroad
wharf to and around white Hags op
posite spar buoy, keeping samo ou
port Bide In turning, thenco back to
Judges' boat, lioats kept their own
couno throughout raco. Entries: Hea
lani, of Mealanl Y.&II. cluli.nnd Myrtle,
of Myrtlo Iloat Club. A Japanese sam
pan In tho way and n Japanese who
didn't savvy Knglish dolajcd thu start
for homo tlmo. Thoy hit tho water
nearly together at 10:00, and tho
Myrtlo Immediately took tho lead,
having gotten oais to tho water n
Bhado beforo tho rival boat. Tho raco
went as detailed above.
Crews wcro: Myrtle: P. Dochort.
stroke: It. Chlllingworth, 2; Paul
Schmidt, 3; David Center. 4; O. Pad
Igan, S; (Icorgo Schacfcr, bow; and I,.
Hough, cox. Healani: Carl Oss,
stroke: Ilob Puller, 2; Dan Sherwood,
3; Joo Knmakua, 4; M. Robinson, 5;
Hairy nose, bow; Hen Clark, cox,
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