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8 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23 1908-8 PAGES
LODGING HOUSE LAW ASKED DY DEMOCRATS
CHARGE TUG CAPTAINS with COWARDICE
n'lie slate of tlio caucus was cnr-.Wntson, Bhowlng Hint there wero
rled out tills iirtcrnoou tit tlm Demo-' present 200 delegates, counting prux
cuttle convention, when J. .1. Kara ( Ira, out of 'JOG accredited delegates,
was iiiinilniitcd unanimously for the of whom Ufi were from the Kuurth
olllce of Major. nnd 85 from the l'lfth District.
. 1 The rciiort of the Committee on
Tho Democratic rounly convention Itules followed. It recommended tlio
reconvened at 1:45 o'clock this nominations he made In tliu following
nriiTiiooii, hut owing to the order: Mayor; Supervisors; Sheriff;
fact that the Committee cm Cre-ICIerk: Treasurer; Attorney; Audl-
ileutlals had not Mulshed Hr work, a
recess of ten tul'iiituH was taken. Dur
ing this 1 1 mo National Committeeman
Waller was called on for :i hpecch.
"I mil clad to sco so many Interest
ed In the Democratle cause." ho Bald.
"In looking hack for tho past two
years wo will 11 ml much cause for sal'
lsfactlou. 1 hellovu that tlio inwiioctii,Kenlll.lll.nrlIll!f 0eo Ke;. interpreter
lieforo us aiu good, ami If wo stick
together In harmony wo may accom
plish much good for tho people. I Im
pressed on those present at thu Terrl
toilal convention tho necessity ami
I must dwell on the eamo thing, Theiu
must hu no split In our ranks, wo nui3t
work together, no matter what Is our
nationality, for tho success of the par
ty. The Democratic party lias only
iccently got in a good class and It Ik
therefore necessary that wo exercise.'0 whether this provided for n Becret
good Judgment ami discretion In thc'allot or not. Ho was in favor of a
moves that wo make, and It Is there- secret ballot, as the delegates should
foio important that thojo who receive have the snmo right to a secret voto
the nominations today should bo sup- as tit tho election, and as Kmmeluth's
ported ny an or us, wnetiicr they bo
Hiiwullans or haoles. and there should
ho no question but that they should till
receive tlm suppott or all of us. Wo
huvo good causo for congratulating
' ourselves on account of the recogni
tion which wo received at tho Demo
cratic delegation at Denver. Wo
should feel proud of the reception
which our delegates received there,
and at the recognition of Hawaii
tlnoiigh the Insertion or the plank in
tho plat form of tho party.
"I belle vo that this visit of our
delegation has brought us closer to
the party on tho mainland, and I
believe that Hiobo who met our dole
gates thero linvo become more Inter
ested In Hawaii. In conclusion, I
will nsk that we all work together
for the success of tho Democratic can
didates in the coming campaign, not
only for our local Legislature and
County officers, but for our Delegate
to Congtees, bo thnt wo may havo a
Democratic representative nt Wash
ington when William Jennings Ilryan
is elected President, In the last
election thero was a great discrep
ancy shown In the voting ror Mr.
McClanahau and thnt for tho other
Democratic candidates, and It Is nec
essary for us to show in this olcctlon
thut wo nro united by giving tho can
didate for Delegate ns great n voto
as wo give tho other candidates. In
conclusion till I con suy is let us work
together for tho success of the party,
as 1 believe that wo huvo much to
Tho report of tho Commlttco on
Credentials was then lead by E. M.
CORNER TORT AND
IS ADOPTED AND
NAMED FOR MAYOR
tor: Deputy Sheriffs; Senators; Hep-
rcseiitatlvcs. It also recommended
the use of the secret ballot, ami tho
election of tho following permanent
officers of the convention: Chairman,
Chus. I,. Ithodes; vice chairman. Win.
Wo nil; secretary, Mauley Hopkins;
'.assistant secretary, I'll, llanape; ser
C. J. McCaithy moed to adopt tho
report us n whole.
John Kmmeluth offered an amend
ment providing for ballot by pre
cincts, the lesults to be announced
by tho respective delegation chair
men. Ingham seconded tho amend
Ashford said ho was uncertain as
amendment did not seem to provide
secrecy ho would support tho motion
to ndonL tho rennrt ns n wlintp.
Kmmeluth said that his method
would save time and It was only fair
thut the peoplo who had sent dele
gates to the convention should know
what they did. Delegates to'tlio na
tional convention hm) .IBone" thero
with their hands tied.
McCarthy said that ho did not be
lieve that Emmeluth's plan would ex
pedite matters. The committee
thought its method was the quicker.
Kmmeluth's amendment was put tti
a voto and was lost by an overwhelm
ing voto against It. The committee
report was then adopted.
C. W. Ashford and C. .1. McCarthy
wero appointed n committee to escort
tho permanent chairman mid vice
chairman to their seats, which they
did amidst rousing cheers. Rhodes
oxpressed his appicclatlon of tho
honor In a fow well chosen words,
stating Hint ho had helped to organtzo
tho party bIiico Its start. Ho had
watched Its growth and now hail a,
strong belief thut tho candidates nom
inated by tho convention would ho
Tho Democratic County and Dis
trict Convention is being held today
at Wavcrley Hall. It was preceded
by a caucus held last evening, nt
which Trent withdraw from tho nom
ination for Mayor and Thayer from
thut for County Attorney, while on
the vvholo a weak ticket was selected.
(Continued on Page 3)
Who is the most PAR
TICULAK 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 mere cer
tain are we that lie will
come to wear our clothes,
sooner or later.
The Democratic party of the
City and County of Honolulu
hereby endorses thu National
and Territorial platforms of tho
We point to tho record of
Democratic members of tho l.eg-
Islature. Hoard of SupervlsoiB,
Police Department, and other of-
flees as an earnest of whnt may
4 be expected from our nominees
in the direction of efficient and
4- honest legislation and udmlnls-
trntlon, whenever wo shall sue-
ceed to the control of tho sevcr-
nl departments of government In
the Territory and the County.
Wo declare for prompt legis
lation stripping Territorial offi
cials of all local functions and
the enlargement of local self
government by transferring to
tho various County officials the
duties properly belonging to
J.-?,WcarralKn -Urn Hopubllcan 4
administration of this Territory
for its neglect to adopt meas- 4
ures to carry Into effect the pro-
! visions of the Organic Act which
require the purchase of tho
. rights of prlvute owners In sen
( fisheries, and the throwing open
t of Btich fisheries to enjoyment
by the people; and wo pledgo
4- tho legislative candidates of this
convention to such action as will 4
carry thoso provisions Into
. prompt ctfoct,,
Wo pledgo our Senators, Hop-
resentatlvcs, and Supervisors, If
4 elected, to enact effective build-
4- lug and licensing laws and reg-
ulatlons to provent unsightly
and Insanitary camps and tene-
ments dunuiglng to health and
Wo pledgo our legislative
nominees to un endeavor to so-
4- cure such modifications of the
4 existing election InWB ub shall
4- dlspcnso with tho requirement
of a nomination fro or other
payment of money by a candi-
4 date for public office, and such
4us will make the certificate of tho 4
4 presiding officer nnd secretary of
a bona fldo convention of any
organized political party a sufll-
dent nomination of any cundl- 4
4 date selected by such conveu-
4 tlon. 4-
4 Wo favor the construction of
4- a belt road around this iBland
4- and a progressive policy of pub-
4 lie Improvements.
4 4 4 4
Your valuable papers and
jewelry are safe from fire, safe
from burglars and the care
lessness of servants if they
are in one of our SAFE DE
POSIT BOXES FOR RENT
SOo per month.
023 FORT ST.
Advices from Konn show the con
trol of politics of Went Hawaii In the
hands of the opposition Tho Repub
licans arc doomed to defeat If the
present apathy of Itepubllcan leaders
Is kept, up.
A strong fight Is to be waged
against Speaker Holsteln's re-election,
on nccount of his In
sistence nnd record for economy at
the last sossion'-maklng him a target
for the bunch of grafters who Insist
ed on having their hands In the pub
lic expense fund. It Is claimed thut
Henry L. Kuwewehi, who was scr-geant-at-arms
of the last House, a
Republican then, and who has turned
traitor to tho party by now affiliating
with tho Home Killers, Is leading tho
fight against tho Speaker, nnd tho
mass of Hawaiian Home Rulers tiro
being misled by such men. It Is
known Of the Speaker keeping his
thumb on the sergeant-at-nrms and
other officers of tho last House In
many of their extravagances nnd un
fortunate Ideas, and It was rumored
then that a fight for revenge was to
be carried against the Speaker In
case he Btood for li-elcctlon.
Home Rule Ka'nlhu will head tho
Republicans throughout the Terrl'
tory hope that Speaker Holsteln will
be re-elected, as tho next Houso
needs his guiding hand. Ho has an
up-hill fight with a lot of Turks, hut
as the Speuker Is un old wnrhorso and
a fighter ha Is able to take care of
himself if supports Is only given him
by Itepubllcan leaders.
$2000 DAMAGE TO
4- Dumago to tho marlno railway
Is estimated at $2000, roughly,
4- since divers havo been down to
4- look over tho wreck caused by
4- tho Mongolia In maneuvering out
4- of tho harbor Monday afternoon,
4- In some manner which Is a mat-
4- ter of a little dispute. It is fur- -f
4- thcr estimated thut It wilt tako a 4-
4- week for repairs, during which 4-4-
time tho tug Pioneer, which Is on 4-4-
the wnys. Is tied up idle. -f
4- It has been found by thu divers 4-4-
thnt some dozens offcet outside 4-4-
tho dolphins, tho track Is moved
4- off to one side, and the Iron of 4-4-
tho rails, and tho 14 Inch Irons 4-
4- which protect tho wood, havo 4-4-
been bent and twisted, oven at 4
4- this place, though the tracks ex- 4-
4- tend 150 feet out from tho dob 4-4-
SAN FBANr.lSnn. Rent 99 Sun,..
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06 degree centrifugals 3.98 cents or
vv.w pel tun. risTiuui qugiauion
Beets 88 analysis 9s. 7Vid. Parity
4.01 cents. Previous quotation 9i.
The latest Drink At The
Drug Co., Ltd.
from our own well served with every
meal. Best water in the city.
Joe Fern Is
Joseph J Kern, candidate for May
or on the Democratic ticket, is oiih j
or the well-known Hawaiian-Ameri
cans, He first entered politics In
1 1" 0 4 , when he was defeated ns a Su-
JOSEPH J. FERN
Who Will Head the Democratic
porvisor on the Civic Kcderntlon tick
et. Ho polled, however, 907 voles.
In 190C ho was elected Supervisor on
the Democratic ticket.
Supervisor Kern was born nt Lau
pahoehoe, Hawaii, Sept. 2S, 18T2. Ho
was reared at Humuula Sheep Sta
tion, commonly known as Launaia.
He iccelved his education in Ainakca
school, 'Kohala, where Mr. llond was
superintendent. After two years'
schooling he worked as luna for the'
Union Mill Company for'slx yeuls. On
coming to Honolulu he secureda. po
sition In tho Hawaiian Tramways Cd
Thon he entered the service of the
Wilder Steamship Company as, assist
ant shipping master, under the late
Captain Andrews, and subsequently
under Captain Kvcrett. After four
years' service he was mnde shipping
master. After tho consolidation ot
tho Wilder and Inter-Island compa
nies, ho still bqtng shipping master.
was placed In thargo of the former
Wilder steamers. He has been In the
employ of tho BtoauiBhlp companies
for the last fifteen years, nnd Is par
ticularly popular with tho longshore,
Mr. Kern Is 11 fourteenth son and a
few weeks ago a new arrival in his
family made him the father ot four
teen children. v'
TRANSPORT DANCE AT
THE SEASIDE HOTEL
Thero will be a danco given at the
Seaside Hotel tonight to tho. officers
und cabin passengers of the II. S.
transport Crook. Officers .and ladles
or thu local Army and Navy jiosts,
guests of the several hotels and all
friends of tho Soaslde Hotel are cor
A dance for tho benefit of the Moo-
heau baseball team will bo held Sat
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP.
PING leave your order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15,
J. liopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
Count the Minutes
between the time jou hand the
boy the message and the time' of
MESSENGER SERVICE '
FORT WRANGLE. Alaska. Sept. 23, Cant. Wntrncr of the wrecked
ship Star of Bcngnl charges that the
sengers of the Bengal was due to the cowardice of captains of tugs com
ing to presumably assist him. He says the captains of the tutrs Kynk,
Hattie, and Oace showed cowardice, and had they been fairly brave nil
of the 110 passengers who went down
saved. There are 27 survivors of ths
WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept. 23,Prcsidcnt Roosevelt will answer
Candidate Bryan's request that he prove Governor Haskell of Oklahoma,
and treasurer of the Democratic National Committee, is implicated with
1 1 Si
Goodwin To Divorce
RENO, Nev Sept. 23. Nat Goodwin has entered suit for divorce
sirainst his wife, who goes under the
charges her with desertion.
The divorce of Goodwin nnd his wlfo has been rurjioreil nt regular
Intervals. Goodwin has lert tho stage nnd Is epguged In promoting gold
mines. Maxlno Klllott is still on the stage.
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Sent. 23.
been appointed Justice of the California Supreme Court for the unexpired
icnu ioi me 1111 .iusucc juccunau.
GRIM MARCH OF CHOLERA
ST. PETERSBURG. Russia. Sept. 23. The cholera record for todav
was 430 cases with 185 deaths.
NEWPORT. R. I Sept. 23. The
uic jiw.k. n n ejipccieu me amp win
T. Rain Walker Dies;
"Walker died this morning. I"u
nernl Saturday Ventnor."
The nbovo cablegram was received
from Kngland this morning by T. II.
Davics & Co. announcing the death of
Thus. Huln Walker, who met with un
nccldent yesterday. No news has been
iccelved as to tho nature ot the acci
dent. Mr. Thomas Rnln Walker camo out
to the Islands from Kngland, arriving
here In December, 1 SOS, on the S. S.
Idaho, and took a position in tho bus
Ibess which was then being carried
on by the lata Theo, II. Davics in
FORT STREET, 4 DOORS
teffiggT I VrF
RToat loss of life nmong the pas
with the Bcniral oould have been
stage name of 3Iaxine Elliott. He
Hcnrv Mclvin of Oakland Iias
meivin is a iiepuoiican.
cruiser Yankee is ashore on Snin-
p.iitnershlp with II. (.'. Janlon. In
1SSI Mr Janlon died, mid tho firm
became Theo. 11. Davics & Company.
Mr. Walker joined tho business as 11
partner of Mr, Davics on Jan. 1,
18S3, and upon its Incorporation as
Theo. II. Davics & Co.. Ltd., In ISO-t,
Mr. Walkor hecamo ono of tho di
rectors, a position which ho held un
til .llllln ff. 1401 U'llnn tin rlln,l
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ifrom nctlvo business nnd returned to
Kuglund. Thero ho purchased n res
idence at lloncliurch near Ventnor In
tho IhIo of Wight.
(Continued on Page 2)
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