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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 24, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING nULLRTIM, HONOLOLP. T. If., THUnflDAV. flfiPT. U, 1001.
E have just received, per s.s.
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Black Voile and Etamine Skirts,
with the satin band trimmings,
silk lined and unlined.
These Skirts embody all of the
latest ideas in artistic and fashion
Their Candidates In
For Mayor: Joseph J. Fern.
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of every description and Silks for
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p iuii iAu, nuutili SKIN, AND FRECKLES.
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will mevent them. Ws recommend it for the BATH.
the BABY, and fie TOILET.
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Made rifiht here at home, equal in every respect to the im
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METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Fnr Sheriff. WIlff.M U...1 T. J.
For Clerk: George K. Lowe.
For Treasurer- PlMmni u
For Attorney: Judge W. S. Ed
For Auditor- 7 T Anj.Mnn
For SuDervisOri! Tjlworj In.
nam, w H. McClellan, A. V.
Peters. M. T Riltro Tiu.,.1,
- . J - ", vufvuu -
1 Kllhia T V Uo.U v v .
"t w. i.UG. 41. 41.
For Deputy Sheriff: Honolulu,
V f!hn W Vi. T,.. 1.- J.
der McAngus; Waianae, R. L.
Qilliland; Waialua, H. H.
Plemer; Koolauloa, left to
Central Committee; Koolau-
poko, left to Central Commit-
' For Senators: Frank B, Harvey,
; . x. iuoore, &. m.. Watson.
or liepresentatives: Fourth
District. ChlU. Oirrll.r. Pnhf
Pahau, Duke Kahankmoku,'
W. A. Hall, D. Kaeka, E. K.
For Representatives: Fifth Dis-
T met: is. Like, D. Kamahu, L.
Keawepooole, E. Hanapi, W.
K. Apua, M. Kuikahi.
Tlio nbovn Is tho ticket which
was evolved nmld the chaos of the
Democratic convention vestnrilnv nf.
tcrnoon nnd evening. The session
lasted much longer thnn was nntlcl
liatcil. owing to tho confusion, which
was, however, due not sn much in
contesting factions as to tho fact that
mo nail was so crowded Hint tho dnl.
cgntes 'perforce had to tuinhln nil
over each other whenever It became
necessary for them to leava their
seats to ballot.
The session was not w.intlnp- In
spectacular features, as, for Instance,
when George Lowe, running for
County Clerk, was denounced as a
bad man" by his ovvn nreclnct.
which, as a matter of fact, srnvn him
piactically the only onnosltlnn nirr.
ed his nomination.
Another Interesting renin wns
contributed when the balloting for
four Supervisors from the Fourth
District revealed tho fact that Vlda,
Uandall, and Peters had tied fnr ih
fourth place with sixty votes each.
The great question was whether Vl
da would get in or not, some leaders
being strongly opposed to his rnnrtl.
dacy, as they believed that ho would
weaken the who e ticket, whlln oth
ers wero anxious to enlist his im.
doubted strength among tho Hnwall-
ans. it must bo said that even tho
leaders who wore onnosed to his ran.
dldacy, though they believed that a
lecount would bring Vlda In, ugrced
to a recount rather than another bal
lot, and wero much 6unirlm.il whpn
this elected Peters.
and Keawehaku were appointed
Judges of election.
A period or the usual Democratic
Tower of liabcl confusion followed.
the delegates being In the dark n to
the method to bn mirmir.il nml tntn.
orlng vociferously for enlightenment.
some delegates wanted each district
to vole for Its own Suuerv sors. nth
era wanted the two districts to ote
first for four Supervisors from tho
Fourth and then for four Supervisors
from the Fifth. Still others wanted
the two districts to vote together for
all the Supervisors nt once. Finally
thore were others uhn ,11.1 m un
what they wanted, but managed to
waste considerable time by talking,
Watson moved that the Fourth
voto for Its four and the Fifth for Its
three candidates and that each then
ratify the elections made by the oth
er, mis carried, and the Chair call
ed foi nominations for throe Super
visors rtom the Fifth.
The following wero nominated? .t.
Kuhln. J. J. Dlas. J. K. Paele. if. k.
Crabbe, and Qeo. Holt.
Another general talkfest followed
Without rhyme, rule, or re.iunn Ihn
convention at this time coming dan
gerously cose to resembling a mix-up.
Finally the elections worn r.irrimi
on by districts.
Three Chosen Three Ties
ino nrsi oanot on thu Fourth Dis
trict candidates for Sutiervliuirs r.
nulled as follows:
Ed. Inghnm 81 elected
Jesso Ululhl 4G
A. V. Peters co
W. Young 12
He Knows They're Good
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St.
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEL
Fern for Mayor
It. H. Trent nominated Joseph J.
Fern for Major. Nominations closed
and Fern was nominated by a unani
Fern made a short sneech thnnk.
lng for tho nomination stating thnt
ho would. If elected, take the advice
of his party brothers.
The Chnlr called far nnrtlnntlnns
for four Supervisors fiom tho Fourth
Mooro nominated Ed. Inehnm.
stating that ho deserved tho nomina
tion on account of his work for the
Palnu nominated Jesso Ululhl.
Antone nominated O'Diicii, but he
Jucn nominated J. W. Iona.
Pakele nominated Tom Gandall.
O'Urien nominated YV. H. McClel
Inn. Ash ford said that It was thn ilulv
of tho Democratic party to nomlnnto
good Supervisors, and It seemed to
him thut It was very doslrable that
Fern, as Mayor, have on tho Hoard
un old comrade und friend like Frank
It. Harvey, who, he honed, would be
convinced that It was his dutv in
lun fur Supervisor. Ashford wouud
up by nominating II. T. Moore.
Other pomlnatlons were mado of
A. V. Petors, M. E. Slla, and Henry
Ingham stated that hn would, tr
dofented In the ballot for Supervisor,
uccuno to accept nomination for any
The candidates wero then pledged.
II. T. Mooro announced his wlth-
diawal us n candidate for Supervisor.
It was found that Gandall and
lona were" not present, and It was
in led that as they could therefore
not be pledged, they could not be
voted for. Later Gandall showed up
In tlma to novo himself.
C. J. McCarthy, Isaac Kaaupua,
W. II. McClellan 63 elected
Henry Vlda en
M. K. Sllva CB elected
Tom Gandall 60
As there had evidently hum n mia.
take In the count. It was ileciiimi n
have a recount of the votes for tho
three candidates who had tied at 60
The recount Eave thn result nf tho
voto as follows:
A. V. Peter .....,,, 61
i Tom Gandall 60
Henry Vlda S9
Peters Was COnseauentlv riertnra.l
The Vote for the Sunervlnnrs frnm
the Fifth District reaullml fni.
Kuhla 76 elected
e'e 81 elected
Crabbo 65 elected
Kuhla, Paele. and Diss wo mn.
sequcntly declared oloctcd.
Jarrett for Sheriff
Watbon nominated Wm. P. Tnrmit
as the man who Inn! mii th .
Deputy Sheriff and would be the best
Sheriff Honolulu had over had. He
was nominated by a unanimous vnin
and rousing cheers.
Ingham nominated Geo. K. Tms
for County Clerk.
Iokewe nominated It. w. nnthonrt
calling nttentlon to tho fact thut
Lowe was absent.
Ingham nroduced n. loiior f.nn.
Lowe wherein he pledged himself to
abide by the platform and the result
of the convention. "
Strong Attack on Lowe
a Hawaiian delegate laid Lowe
was a bad man.
Tho Chair ruled that Lowe's wrli.
ten pledge was sufficient.
O'Urien stated that Lown
very unpopular man In this own i.
clnct, which would not vote for him.
Vlda said that those In charge of
the convention had wanted to ruin
uandall out because, ho was absent.
Now you reverse your ruling in
the case of Lowe." ho cried. "Pmh.
ably because he Is a friend of some
of you. What Is sauce for the gooso
should be sauce for the gander,"
Tho Chair rnlr-il thnt In this ,.,
Lowe had 'filed a nledire. which wns
lAt this nolnt It was ilorMr.,1 n
Nolo for County Clerk by a rising
vote, which resulted as follows:
Lowe was declared elected.
A recess was taken until 7:30 pm.
t 1 n HE MADE THEM HIMSELF, AND HE USED
flourDOnt WpeCt y0Ur Ck t0 d hb bMt bakinB with a poor ,ub,titute for lhi! P"4
Thatn offer 'inf 'oVaith1 " J0U PrfeCt satitfa:tion' we win "tuni yur moncy'
Henry May & Co, Ltd.,
Tho ovenlng session was called in
order lit 7:48 o'clock.
John F. Colburn Immediately
arose and, on a point of personal
privilege, stated that owlnr to Mr.
cumstances transpiring since the last
adjournment, he withdrew his name
as a candidate tor tho Senate. He
had ulso been mentioned for tho
Kaao nominated It. II. Trent, and
tho nominations were closed and
Trent's name confirmed by a rising
v,oto and three, rousing cheers.
Ed. Ingham arose as nomliutlons
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WCrt nnnnjfl i far (Vinntv lHn,n&u
nnd named Judn Edlnn. Ills nom
ination was made unanimous, also
byjt rising vote.
Three for Auditor
C. VY. Ashford nominated Fred.
Turrlll for Auditor with a speet-h
which was received In silence.
John Anderson's name was nro-
liosed by Ka-ne, and It was moved
that nominations close. Tim an.
plauae with which Anderson's nnme
was received augured well for him.
Ashford hero brousht un thn nolnt
that Cathcart had been named n n
candidate at the caucus of the even
ing before, and his namo ought to
come before tho convention. T. S.
Martin nominated Cathcart.
Fern Wanted to Talk
"Mr. Chairman." said Joa Fern,
when recognized. "I have no candl-
date to propose, but I want to muke
He was at first called nut of order.
but later allowed to sneak, which he
did, as follows: "Mr. Chairman and
Gentlemen of the Convention: We
havo had thren candidates nnmml.
and I will second the nomination
nnd bring the matter to a vote."
An objection was made thnt Cnth.
cart was not present to pledge him
self. A Hawaiian deleestn nhlutH
that George Lowe had been nominal.
cd during the afternoon for Countv
Clork without being nrcsent to
Howell romtndod the convention
thnt Cathcart had pledged himself
earlier In the day to support the
ticket when his name was un for
Mr. Cathcart's eligibility was nl.
lowed, and the others took the cus
Anderson wns nominated by an
overwhelming majority In the ballot
ing, the result being as follows:
4th Dl. Gth DIs. Total.
Anderson .... 66 62 128
Turrlll 34 20 G4
Cathcart .... 2 1 3
Turrlll moved that tho nomination
bo made unanimous, and the motion
carried. A call for u speech was
No Fight on Deputies
iiuuimaiions Deing caucu ror Dep
uty Sheriff, a recess was taken, dur
ing which delegations from the va
rious precincts could get together.
Nominations for Honolulu district
were In order.
J. W. Asch nominated Chnrlns II
Hose, and tho nomination was made
unanimous amid cheers.
Hose came forward to sneak and
was greeted by more cheers. "Dele
gates to this convention," he said, "I
want to thank vou one nml nil fnr
placing me In nomination for tho po
sition of Deputy Sheriff: and hopo
that In this coming election I shall
carry the banner In the front. I
shall, If elected, carry on the duties
of the office to the best of my ability.
1 win try to do my duty as well as
Ewa nominated McAneus. Waia
nae nominated It. L, ailliland. Wai
alua nominated II. It. l'llm Knn.
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lauloa had no nominee. Emmeluth
moved that the selection of a cundl.
date be left to the County Central
Committee. Ily motion, the forego
ing were made the nominations of
the party. It was omitted to require
William O'llrlen named Frank It.
Hurvey for Senator. E. M. Watson
wns nominated by Charlie McCarthy,
stressing tho Importance of legal tul
ent In tho Senate. Ed. Ingham
brought up tho nnme of II. T. Moore.
The nominations were closed.
II. Juen moved u standing vote,
and the nominees wore created with
the usual three und a tiger.
H. T. Moore said that he wus In
on the running because of nubile
duty, and urged support of the whole
maim 71, Hnnupl 43. Llko 82. Nno-
ll 12, Keawepooole 58, Kulkahl 4",
Kunul 3S, Hul 12. Alapal ti, Apua
49, Kuulnliua 26, LowUi a, Maka
Tl'l "ii i .tlons to Ka
mahu, linn , , Like, Keavvopooole,
Kulkuhl, nnd Apua.
Members or the tcntral committee
wero then named b precincts, ns
Fiom the Fourth Precinct 1. S.
K Knlm; 2. M II. Samlets; 3, K. C.
ltuuo. I, C. J McCarthy; C, I. Kui
kahi; C, Wm. A. Hall: 7. M. Ppi.
ieli.1 Jr., S, H T, Moore; , Jas. G.
WuHor; 10, Moses Plpl.
I rom the Fifth Precinct 1. Km
Manuka; 2, Kuikahi; 3, D. Kaopu:
4, Art Knhunanul; fi, W. Wond;
B. S. K. Hul; 7, H. Pun A. James
.vjanoanoa; a, Wm. Knul; to, i. Kn-
.... i . . --...,..
Harvey thanked tho convention '!ua; 11, Art. Knhannul, 1.'. J. Ka-
fnr tho linnrif rAntaprul nn 1. 1 .l'mtl 1 !t T l..nnl.... . r
.-. ......... ....,,,: ,, ullu . , , ituuuuu, 11, j, ivumu-
iii'ut;uu iiiiiibuii, it ciecieu, to sup- u; m. . AKiina.
port the best Interests of the com-1 The Central Committee meeting
tlllinltir I fiA. itwrrrtn to !....
...... mi 'iri.tii..a,iu.i was Bel ror X
K. M. Watson natd a comnlliHcnt o'clock tliU inornlnir.
Io his running mates, and spoko oft The contention ndjouriiuit at
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their chances In a confident strain.
Naminsr Renretentativ TJnmin
A. V. Peters withdrew the name of
Clem Qulnn from the race for Hepre
Nominations enmn thick nml fntt
for Ilepresentntlves from the Fourth.
nominations wero: E. K. Hnthburn,
y. A. Hall, I. Klakahl, Moses Palnu,
D. Kaeka, Robert Pahau. Duko Ka-
hanamoku, A. A. Dunn, Charles dlrd-
Some more fnBt work followed
when names were proponed fiom tho
nun. The names wero Daniel Kn
mahu. E. A. Hananl. Ed. Llk. n Kn.
olwl, Iapana Keawepooole, Moses
hulkahl, James Kanul, S. K. Hul.
Elona Atapal, W. K. Apua, J. Ma
noanoa Kaalahua, John Lovell, J. II.
Confusion rolgnod supreme, until
Joe Fern reminded thn convention
that three or four delegates ought
to be chosen from the sections out-
side of Honolulu.
It wns stated that Makanane had
not enrolled himself In thu ranks of
the party, "but the president of tho
Ewa delegation suld this was not so
and the mime was ul lowed to stnud.
In the Fourth tho vote stood Hath-
burn 59, W. A. Hall 81. Klitkuhi is.
Palau 32, Kaeka 67, Pahau 90, Kn
hanamoku 81, Dunn II, Cllrdler 91;
one blank w.-ib cast.
This gavo tho nominations u,
Itathburn. Hall. Kaekn. Pahau. i;.
hanamoku, nnd Olrdler,
In the Fifth the vote stood Ka-
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