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VOL. X. NO. 41 n
Shingle, Castro, Cohen,
Long Are the Favorites
CITY AND COUNTY
MAYOR JOHN C. LANE.
SHERIFF JOHN WISE.
TREASURER HARRY VON
COUNTY ATTORNEY JOHN
COUNTY CLERK D. KA-
AUDITOR JAS. BICKNELL.
SUPERVISORS R. W. AY-
LETT, ANDREW E. COX,
WM. A. KA-NE, DANIEL
LOGAN, J. C. QUINN,
NORMAN WATKINS and
WM. AHIA. I
DEPUTY SHERIFF OF H0-
ED. HENRIQUES, E. W.,
QUINN, JOHN HUGHES
RUEL KINNEY. E..B. MIKA-
LEMI, A. S. KALEIOPU,
S. P. CORREA, D. K.
The Representatives of the
Fourth District will be nomi-
natcd this evening.
Now Hint the suioko of battle Is
dealing away after the strenuous ses
sion of tho Republican County and Dis
trict Convention List Snturday night,
the rcmnlnder of tho convention, tho
session which will take plueo to nom
inate tho Representatives from the
Kouith DUtrict, nppcaru, In spite of
Its Importance, to ho rcguided ulmosl
as a side-show only, tho public having
had its nppctlto whetted to more spec
Among tho politicians, however, the
work Is sllll going on, though hardly
with tho hamo real as befoio. The
various precincts of the Fourth aro
making slates, and while these ngiou
In regard to some of tho candldutes,
tlimo is still not stilllclont harmony
amongst I hem to allow the prediction
of victory for any ono p.irllciilar set
CORNER FORT AND
ot candidates with any degree of cor-
1 Knmnnoiilu, Long. Shingle nml Ha-
iiuiiitiiii Hi VI iiiu luiuiiiL'n. mill lliu
will without niitcli ilonlit lio nominal-
J fairly certain to furnish tho two re-
innlnlug nomlnatlotiH between them,
' the two former ticlnc considered
Vll. UI1UII, V..115IKI 411111 lttlllL II1U
slightly stronger In tlio riiniiltiK tlian J
. lionthlll, as there 1 a report that for,"
. pomu unexplained
' blitfod l.v rnrtnlu
unson ho Is to bo !
delegates. Joseph '
Hobert Haker nro ap-
parentis out of It.
The strongest slato which has been
hrouUit to notlco so far Is ono pro
pnied by tho Klfth. Sixth uud Seventh
pieclncts, which Includes the niimcs
of Cohen, Kamanoulii, llanohano, Cas
tro, Shingle and Long. The Sixth has
1 twenty-one delegates and tho two olh-
ier precincts twelve delegates each,
j making a tot'il of forty-flvo delegates,
i which Is ii -nlco nest-egg out of tho
total of 136 delegates for any candi
date to start with.
Another slate 1ms1 been suggested by
the Lane men, which Includes llano-
huno. Shingle. Kamanoulii, Cnrtro and
Long, with Cohen and Douthltt tied
for tho sixth place.
It Is possible that Makalcna may
withdraw before tho voting com
mences. As might bo expected under all cir
cumstances (hero has been consider
able kicking at the results of the con
vention. Some of those who saw their
fniorltcs left aro not nblo to take tho
sportsmanlike, vluw of tho matter, and
Micro is considerable dissatisfaction
kvoiccd. especially In tho Klfth Dii-
Ono kick has fur Its basis tho fact
that tho town M-ctlon of the Klfth has
no representative on tho Hoard of Sup
ervisors, the two Supervisors from tho
Klfth being both fioni country ills
Ii lets. It has been pointed out to tho
dissatisfied ones that Lano, as Mayor,
Is n member of tho Hoard, but they
do not wish to seo this point.
Another bowl has been raised on ac
count of the fact that the Senatorial
ticket includes no llawullans.
In this connection tho fact that
Jimmy Hoyd. who was a Hawaiian
caudldalo for tho toga, withdrew be
fore tho voting, has caused much com
ment. As a matter of fact, It has been
learned on most excellent authority
Hint Jimmy was persuaded to with
draw by being promised tho Job ot
secretary ot tho Mayor, should Lano
ho elected. Furthermore, an attempt
will bo mado to havo tho Lcglslntiiro
ralso the salnry attached to this po
sition, as It Is at present only $100 a
month. This fact was given out open
Who is the most PAR
TICULAB about the FIT
and STYLE of his clothes is
the very one we want to
see; he'll never be satisfied
with any others after wear
And the more exacting
the man is, the more cer
tain tire we that he will
come to wear our clotKes,
sooner or later.
- HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY.
ly today by sonio of llano's most In
tlinntu friends ami supporters, ami
scleral people stated that Hoyd had
told them that thlu was tho arrange-
went on tho 'night of the convention.
1 Crawford's Promise.
Wllllo Crawford, who withdrew by
icnucst from tho contcHt for nomina
tion for Representative from'tho Klftli
District, was also Induced to do so by
pnnwsu ui .1 miium-u ihisiuuu
Craw foul said this morning that hu
had been promised Kll Crnwford'B po-
Mtlon In tho District Court, as Kll nan
been promised tho Job of scctctnry to
the Mayor. This Is. however, tho very
samo position which has been prom
Iscd to Hoyd. and ISM denies that ho
lias been promised It, and states em
phatically that he Is not after It, so
there haH evidently been some kind of
a hitch somewhere.
Another kick at tho convention re
sults comes from Koolau, the dele
gates from that district claiming that
they havo boon left in thu-cold as they
havo no representation cither in tho
Legislature or tho noardof supervis
During nil this lhoDcmociat8 aro
working strenuously to get together
ns strong a tlckot as possible. They
nil agree that a strong ticket would
havo n chanco to do up the Repub
lican ticket, and on tho wholo i-coni
to bo far more sanguine than tho oc
casion would warrant.
Today the leaders nro very busy
trying to get a candidate for Mayor,
hut they am sadly up against it on nc-
count of tho lack of material. It Is
(generally conceded among that a haolo
wltn Birenglli among mo iinwaiiuiis
would stand tho best chance against
Lane, and such a man Is now wanted
In the worst way.
Joo Kern, who has been ni'jjt prom
Inontly mentioned for tho Mujoralty,
stntcd himself this morning that tho
Democratic party by running n strong
haolo could heat Lane, and Hut this
was the course which tho party should
Fern's position hns caused much
satisfaction among tho Democrats,
who hopo to havo tho dovo of pcaco
scttlo nt their convention next Wed
nesday, and all efforts nro now being
bent on getting either Trent or Waller
to run. Tho troublo with these two
gentlemen is, however, that neither
wants to glvo up his business to accept
tho position, nnd each of them would
much prefer to havo tho other accept
the honor. Waller stated pojltlvelv
lhal ho would not run, nnu Trent said
Hint ho did not want to do fo, -mil
would i.robnbly not do so. Ho has,
(Continued on Pago 8)
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HILO, Hawaii, Sept 21. The h eaviest earthquake that has visited
this town in years wak experienced Sunday evening at ten minutes past
eight. The shock was jheavy and la
No serious damage; was none ai though all the stores and residences
suffered some loss from broken glass ware that was shaken off the shelves.
The shock had no apparent con ncction with the Volcano, which has
undergone no special changc.thoag h still very active.
TO AID OF TAFT
OYSTER BAY, L. I., Sept. 21.
letter in which he strongly advocates
IS NOT CHECKED
ST. PETERSBURG. Russia, Sept. 21. During the last twenty-four
hours there have been 380 cases of cholera and 105 deaths in this city.
Outside the military and suburban hospitals of the provinces there are
488 cases and 210 deaths.
VETERANS AID SANITARY CORPS
MANILA, P. I., Sept. 21. The cholera returns tcd.-7 shew thirty-flve
new cases, three of which are Americans. The Constabulary vetirans
are aiding the sanitary corps.
Dulls Rushed Audience
LISBON, Portugal, Sept. 21. Twenty-two bulls escaped from a
bull-fight arena here today. Seven people were killed and twenty injur
ed by the infuriated animals.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 21. Col. Stewart, whose assignment to
service amounting practically to exile has created much comment, has
been ordered to appear before the Retiring Board in this city,
PARIS P0ST0FFICE SAVED
PARIS, France, Sept.
struction by fire.
WRIGHT'S RECORD FLIGHT
LE MANS, France, Sept. 21.
today of one hour, thirty-one minutes, and twenty-five seconds. This is
a record night. ;
Spray for Horses and Cattle
with Spraying Apparatus,
Drug Co., Ltd.
from our own well' served with every
meal. Btst water in the city,
A. Y. Cafe
SEPTEMBER 21. IW8-IO
stcd for seven seconds.
President Roosevelt has written a
the election of Mr. Taft as Pres
Postofficc has been saved from de-
The Wright aeroplane made a flicht
J. tlepp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
Count the Minutes
between the time you hand the
boy the message and the time of
in the Bulletin
"In recognition of tho nomination
t received nt the convention ns n Ue-
publlcnn candidate for Mayor. I wish
to thank those who have supported
me. In the Interest of party har
mony, I hope that those who tcd
for or ngalnst me will help the Ilc
publlcan party to victory," John C.
Lane, candidate for Mayor.
John C. Lane, who received tho
nomination ns Republican candidate
for the first Mayor of tho City nnd
Who Will Be Honolulu's First Mayor
County of Honolulu, Is n well-known
Republican worker. Kor many'ycars
ho was the vlco chairman of tho Re
publican Territorial Committee nnd,
with A. O. M. Kobertson as his supe
rior, has worked for the Republican
party since Its inception In Hawaii.
In November, 1901, Mr. Lane was
elected Senator from tho Klfth Dis
trict. I'o was the author of tho
Municipal bill, under which ho is
now n candidate for Major.
Senator Lane was horn at Makao
Koolnulo.'', Oahu, July 22, 1872. Ho
received his first education In the
public school of which Edward lloro
was principal. From there ho enter
ed St. Louis College, graduating with
honor. Subsequently ho became a
purser for a small steamer, the Ka-
ala, commanded by Capt. JIngluud.
Severing his connection with the
etenmship company, ho entered the
Honolulu road.dcpartmcnt as a book
keeper under the late Road Supervi
sor Wm. Cummlngs. Ho held the
position until tho overthrow of the
monarchy. Later ho opened a busi
on January 4, 1900, senator Lano
entered the servlco of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company,
where ho Is still a trusted employe.
"Before our father died, ho called
his boys, Including myself, beforo him
and advised us to becomo Republi
cans In enso the monarchical form of
government was overthrown," said
Mr. Lane in speaking of his politics.
"That. Is why 1 became a Republican
nnd I expect to remain so as lone ns
I live." The family Is a large ono
and all are Republican workers.
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Hear Admiral It C Holiday, U.
S. N., chief of the Department of
Yards and Docks, arilved here tlili
morning by the .Mongolia, for a i.hort
stay, during which he will become
personally familiar with londitlons
here, nnd with the work being dona
and yet to ho done nt l'clirl Harbor.
He is accompanied by Mrs. Holiday.
Admiral Holiday sent out for (hit
Pearl Harbor work. Civil Hnglnecr
l'arks, who has had charge of It for
some months past, who was a mem
ber of tho board of Investigation of
which Admiral Schmcder wn chair
man, and who Is at present In chargo ,
of the work.
It Is expected that, while Admiral ,
Hollyday will not make a long stay
here, he will go oer tho l'earl Iliu
bor sit?, and go fully Into the dclalli
of tho work.
Ho was met on board the Mongolia
this morning by Captain Cnrwtu I'.
Hoes, commandant at tho Naval Sta
tion. TAISEI MAM) TO
Acting under tho cable Instruction
which was received from Japan, tho
Japanese training ship Talsel Maru
will sail on Wednesday, September
23d for FIJI, where she will icmnln
for about live dajs beforo returning
During her stay hero the oftlcerH
and tho men have been liberally en
tertained by tho local Japanese. Tho
ameers wcre.tnkcii down to Wahlawa
nnd other points of luterest. Mirny
of them wcro guests of local mer
chants nt dinners.
Last .Saturday night Captain Ku
ruyu and tho ofllccis, including tho
cadets, entertained tho local Japanese
on board tho training ship. Tho dec
orations were appropriate and a gen
eral good time was Indulged In by
SAH FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. .15.
SUGAR r 86 degree Centrifugals, 3.85
cents, or $78. per ton. Previous quo"
tation, 3.80 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 81-4d.
Parity, 4.03 cents. Previous quota
tion, 8s. 8 3-4d.
A doclslon of tho Uulted States
Court nt Cincinnati, O., is in favor of
mo uovornnicnt In tho contest It has
been waging with local distillers In
order to compel them to brand as "1m
Ration whisky" tho rapid-process pro
duct which for years hns been on tho
market under tho name of whisky.
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An Outinc Shoe that is
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It is Unlined, and so very
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