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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 23, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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This mninliig there wan n very ap
parent feeling of disappointment,
even sndncsi, nmong ninny of tho
Democratic lenders, wlui realized that
their hopes of a strong ticket, wlilcli
wcro fo high a few dns ago, wcro
now iloomcil to disappointment. They
feel that their ticket for Sheriff, with
tho iiniiio of Jarrctt, Is practically
tlic only very strong point, vvhllo nil
tho rest of tlio ticket, with the ex
ception of the Trcnsurcr, Deputy Slier
Iff, mill tho Senate, which, no they
think, present u llttlo belter pros
pect, Is almost hopeless.
Convention Opens Late
The convention opened late, nt
10; 40 n. in., when Frank II, Harvey
called It to order.
Business was opened with a leng
thy praer by Moses Kulkahl, Tho
roll tall was suspended on motion by
t J. McCarthy, seconded by K. M.
WntMin noinlnnteil Hnrvey for tem
porary ch.ilrmnu. McCarthy moved
that nominations rinse, and Harvey
was elected. He thanked much for
the honor, stating that this was tho
first 1 1 mo lio had ever presided as
13. M. Wntson was nominated and
tlccted temporary secretary on mo
tion by Ingham.
(lei). Kern was elected scrgcant-at-nrms
by a unanimous vote.
II, T, Moore nominated .Inlin I'ren
dorgast iir temporary Interpreter. Ho
II. T. Monro moved that the Chair
helect seven members for each of tho
tlireo committees to bo chosen.
Watson amended this by raising
tho membership to ten.
I.'mmcluth said ha was opposed to
rominlttecs having beven or ten mem
bers from each district, but was told
that there were to bo only ten alto
Kethcr, five from each district.
llnrvey announced tho committee:)
Committee on Platform Fourth
District: It. II. Trent, chnlrmnn; 13d.
Ingham, C. I.. Hhodes, C. W. Ash ford,
John Kmnielulh. Tlfth District: T.
(landall. S. Wond, Sol. A. Knu
hane, Win. Kaal, S. SI. Kanahcle.
Commlttco on Utiles Fourth Dis
trict: C. .1. McCarthy, chalrmnn; Jtt-
IhiH Aseh, .1. F. Colburn, SI. 13. Sllvn,
Win. O'llrlen. Firth District: Ar
thur Knhahnnu, S. K. Hul, Joseph J.
Fern, V. IC. Nahalati, D. Kail.
Coinmltleii on Credentials Fourth
District: 13. M. Watson, chairman: S.
IC. Knha, T. It. Lucas, J, Lawelawe,
(1. J. Waller. Fifth District: D. Wat
son, J. St, Kalalua, Kit. Ilanapl, Asa
Kaulla, Sylvester Akana.
SfcCnrthy moved to adjourn until
I.'::i0 p. m.. as ho thought tho Plat
form Commlttco would not get
through before that time.
Woltcrs wanted to adjourn until
I p. in., Matins that tho delegates
wanted to get through with tho work
as boon as possible. It was uuwlso
to wrnuglo ns tho Itepubllcan con
tention had done.
In splto of this good ndviro a spir
ited wrnnglo followed. In which many
samo time. After snmo minutes of
this confusion a motion to adjourn un
til 1.30 p. m. Dually c.irrlod.
Candidates for Office
Tho list of candidates who woro
(elected at tho caucus last evening Is
Fur Major Joseph J. Fern.
For Sheriff William Paul Jarrctt.
For Treasurer Hlchnrd II. Trent.
For County Clerk Ocnrgo K. Inwu.
For Auditor Fred Turrlll. It. W.
Cat heart. J. C. Anderson.
For County Attorney Judgo W. 8.
For Dopjity Sheriff Charles Itoso.
For Supervisors Fourth District: .T.
W. Young, W. C. Wilder, Kdwaid Ing
ham. Tom Cnudall, Henry Vldn, A. V.
Peters, W. II. McClellan, Joo Aea, W.
It. Foster, Jesso lllullil, M. K. Sllva, J.
W. loua and J, S. Low.
For Supervisors Firth District:
Frank llnrvey, J. II. Puelo, II. N.
Crabbo, J. .1 ,I)las, fleorgo Holt and
For Scnatois K. M, Watson, Frank
llnrvey, iMward Iuglium, John F. Col
bum, (1. W. Palm.
For ItupreEentatlvcH Fourth DIs-
tl let: Julius Asch, Thomas It. Lucas,
Moses Palau, David Kncka, Hubert K,
l'aliau, William A. Hall, Duko Kiilinim
moku, Hurry Jucu, 13. K. Ilathhtirii
IMivard Ingham, Clem Qulnn.
or Itepresentntlvcs Fifth District
. - Ml - .
Weekly Bulletin $i Per Year
I.apana Kolllpoolo, lMward I.lko.
.Motes Kulkahl, J. II, Kniiul. 1). Nao-
ll, I3dwanl Ilanapl, S. K. Hul, J. P.
Koawchakl, I). K. Pnlau, Sam Kana
hcle, D. Kunlhuo,
Points of Weakness
Among tlio rniidldntes who nro to
liu placed In uomluntlou there aro suv-
oral whom oven tho Democrats feel
Jiuvo no elinnco vvhatovcr of election.
Among IIiobo certainties nro Oeo. K.
I.owo, who will run for County Clerk.
and who will butt his hend against
tho stonewall Knlauokalanl. Judgo
13dlngs will never draw enough votcn
lo uiiiko oven an Imnross on on fiatli
cart's cortaln mlijority, and nclthor or
tho tlireo candlilatos for tho Auditor's
iilllco. Anderson, Tiirrlll and Catheart,
will bo nblo to causo Illcknell to loso
a night's sleep. Trent will also find
that he Is up against tho real thing
when ho runs against Harry on
Holt for tho Treasiirershlp,
Lack of Material
The crying lack of good material In
tho Donmcrnilc. party Is amply Illus
trated by tho frft that On- strongest
men of the party linvo been lined up
for no less than two or three illfierrni
offices, ns, for Instance 1'iank Ilnri.
who Is slated fur Uoi'i Ni nat... and
Supervisor, and 13d. IiikIi.hu ki Is
slated for Supervisor. Smatoi mid
Furtherinoro. thero .ire among tho
names which met the approval of the
caucus last night. scvirnl which ore
oven nn evident wuirc- of weakness
Thus the super Isorlnl candidates In
clude Henry Vlda, whose run for the
deputy sheriffship last vear undoubt
edly contributed In n great measure
to tho defeat of A M llrown. John
Colburn Is slated fur collator, and he
la Bnld to bo not popular with either
Hawaiian nnd liaoles A glnnco at
tho candidates for ltcpreaiiiiatlvcs ro
veals such names as Willie Hall of
spendthrift fame, nud Ham Juen,
whom the Democrats themselves had
u hard time, to shuke us an opiKinent
to Jarrctt nt the last convention.
Tho list of delegates to the coiivcti
tlon was ns follows:
First Precinct It. K Pahau, J
Kinalna, I3d. 'Ingham, I) II Knhntu
moku, II. C. Vldn, SI. K Knlu. Paulo
Keo, Okuu, J. W. loua, Hnva hvlula
Second M. 0, K. Hopkins, SI. II.
Sanders, A. Knwalhoa, 11. A .lu"ii, V
Turrlll, h. A. C. Pailth. J i" Ander
son, Henry Doll, Finest roll, D. P
Pacalua, Julius A sen and Kal.i Kual
Third E. C. Howe, Charles I..
Hhodes, Charles II. Carter, I' It Lucas
P. II. Hurnette, Charles tilrdlor, John
Slnrkham, 0. W. Lincoln, H. W. Pod
Podmore ,M. IL llamiiian, W. S. Idl
ings. Fourth J. F. Colburn. C. P. laukea,
W. D. Mclntyro, W. 0 Wilder. J. W
Young, It. L. Colburn, J F. Colburn
III., J. W. Ascli, C. W. Ashford, F. W.
(lehrlng, W. L. Howell and C. J. Mc
Carthy. Firth loela Klokahl. (ieo. K. Ke
nweliRku, Mou, Douglas Pnneo, D.
Yowcll, D. K, Mnhukn, Ham Knnalicle,
S. K. Kualkaula, Geo. a ne, Victor
nllulll, F. SI. Ulukou and P. K. Pa.
Sixth J. A. Auhl, A Knllekau,
Wni. A. Hall, Oeo. Knhalialula, J. 13m
nieluth, Tom Onndall, .las Pakele. L.
Kemulla, J. l.awclaue 1). Kaho.uia,
8am Kennu, IS. II. F. Welters, John
Socnth It. A.lIcffiTiiaii, M. SI. Per
re Ira Jr., SI, Sllva Jr., Jonqulii Sllvn, A.
(1. Paschoul, John Hackett, Win. Hur
ley, Wm. Lane, 11. K. Kelllhnuwucle,
K. SI. Watson, J. S. Slnrlln, David Nn
hootena, A. V. Peters, J. Hills, Win.
Frlol. Joseph Llwnl.
Klghth John IC. Conk, lleiijumln
Doyle, E. II. Frlcl. S. tlumpfer, J.
Houghton, C. Stucfarhiiio, W. II. .Mc
Clellan, II. T. Slooro, Percy Slossman,
SI Ike Pae, SI. E. Sllva, W. E. II. Tay
lor and Alcxandor Tripp.
Nlnth-0. J. Waller, J. S. Klnllnti.
L. II. Knhllahlla, Sam Kiiahu, A. M.
linker, J. S. Nobrega, Virgin Sledelros,
I). SInnuel, Jns. Puhlna, Dan Pollkapa,
Win. O'llrlen, Welo Alkake, Creno Al
meda, J. SI. Slnktihln, Hobt. Knlwl, L.
do Slello, D. K. Walau, Kalpo SIoss.
Tenth .Moses PIpl, .lohn Kntilauplo.
First Precinct Niia .Mnhiika, D.
Watson, Sloses Kulkahl,
Second II. Knhopuwalkl, David
Kaapu, Sloses Aarona, Autlier Kahuna
mil. Third J. K. Kulanul, D. Keauwnlii,
II. W. Holt, II. II. Plemmer, W. 8.
Fourth Islah Haluataiil, J. K, Kn
nnohl, Will lllwalul, S. K. Hul.
Sixth Sol. A. Kniihane, Jas. Kapc
pa, J. M, Knlahua, S. K, Naholowaa,
D .A. Kalahua, Peter Kauialll, Jitcuh
Seventh Kulukuliialnnl. A. K, Wil
liam, John Albert, Joo SI, Llwut, Elonu
Alapal, wm. Knnl. Uluson Knloa, Lit
ward Ocnet, F. Knnuknl and Jos J,
Eighth J. J. Ilyrnn. Edward K. Ila
napl, Jas. C. Crane, Isnac Koopuu, 8.
W. Knmohoalll, Maul. S. Esplnda, An
tone, Slachado, Jno. It, Sllva.
Ninth II. N. Crabbo, (5. S. Hele
kiinlhl, D. SI, Knakau, (1, D, Kuaiin,
S. SI, Hanalicle, J. 8. Kane, Asa, Knu
lla. Kolllklpl, 13. Kike, Antono Morris,
Tenth H. Nlolu, (leu. Knlllwal, W.
K. Nnhalau, Keno, K. Keklpl and Nil
wnhlne. Eleventh .1. J Dlas, S. Hiiluapo, S.
K. Knalliio, (1, Kiiliiinu, Jas. Kuunlio,
S. Kaohelo, Napcla Napoleon and It.
Twelfth I). Kail. 8. Knpun. P. Ama
lekn, K. Slnnn, I), P. Konwchaku, E. W.
Palau, Kala Pello. J. W. Whnl
erg, D, Kiiuukau, I). Knll Jr., (I. M
SInlnnu, J, llauamalkal, S. Knniilu, S.
Knlawela, 1). Kaumaewn, J, Kahniilo-llo.
Thirteenth (Jeorgo K. Cypher,
David Knluuwal, Wm. T. Hoblmioii,
Frank It. Slasow, Ilerkcjcy boy, runs
away from school and liven In a tree
near his homo for a week.
President Jordan of Stanford uni
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Offer made by tho J. K. Arinsby
company of tSJinn.noo for 00 per cent
of Iho Fresno rnlsln crop.
Henutlfiil joung widow or I.os An
geles millionaire claims to havo been
drugged by nuto driver.
Atlornoy Frank Schilling Jias bee,u
disbarred Irnm practlco lp Judgo Con
luii's court. San Francisco.
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Slajor Samuel W, Dunning will bo
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Flames threatened the big steam-
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Dr. E. J. Creely, veterinary, U sent
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Helen 13, Ilryson of Oakland secures
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Ilerkcley's town trustees nro retired
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Pctuluiiia popltry exchange organ
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Oil gns Is struck In Iho district near
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Statu rouimlbsloii teports prosper
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San Jose authorities roleasy S year
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Searcheis beat Golden Oatu Park
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