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VOL. X. NO. 4116
14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 26 1908-14 PAGES
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NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 26. Senator Dupont of Marylnnd will re
main on the Republican National Committee. His miration was ten
dered at head of the Speakers' Bureau of the Executive Committee.
TO EXAMINE HARRY THAW
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County Attorney Republican (Wnlluku): J. W. Kalua. Democrat
Ic (kahalnn): Jan. U. Coke. -
Sheriff Republican (Walluku): Win. B. Baffcry. Democratic (La
liaina): Tlios. Clark. ' .
Auditor llopublltun (Walluku): Chas. Wilcox. Democratic (La
hnlnu): Treasurer ncpulillcan (Walluku): L. M. Daldwln. Democratic (La
lmlna): C. D. Lufkln. '
Clerk Republican (Walluku): Wm. V. Kaae. Democratic (La
Supervisors Republican (Wnlluku): It. A. Wadsworth, Walluku;
Wm. Hcnnlng, Lahalna; T. T. Meyer, Molokal; Wm. P. Poguc, Maka
mo; W. P. Main, Dunn. Democratic (Lnhalna): ,hos. U. Lyons, Wal
luku; Geo. Kauhl, Lnhnlna; Pa I a Nakl, Molokal; Patrick Cockett, Ma
kawao; J. Ahulll, Hnnn.
Deputy Sheriffs Republican (Walluku): Clement Crowcll, Wallu
ku; C. It. I.lndscy, Lahaina; Dlbblo Ilao, M0I0M1I; Kdgar Morton, Ma
kawao; Levi L. Joseph, liana. Democratic (Lahalna): W. L. Mossman,
Walluku; Moses Kauhaahaa, Lahalna; Kd. Dcvauchellc, Molokal; Jerry
Iturns, Makawan; CI. P. Kaulmakaotc. Hana.
Senators Republican (Walluku): S. E. Kalama. Mnkawao and liana;
Wm.J, Robinson, Walluku. Democratic (Lahalna): J. II. Raymond, Ma
kawan and Hana; Wm. While, Walluku.
Representatives Republican (Wnlluku): M. P. Walwalotc, Wal
luku; C. K. Kardcn, Lahalna; Joel Naknlcka, Molokal; A. J. Gomes, Ma
kawao; J. W. Knwaakoa, Hana; n. It. Carlcy, At Largo. Democratic
(Lahalna): II. C. Mossman, Walluku; J. K. Hlhlo, Lahalna; Kalaka Ke
koowal, Molokal; Sam Kuula, Makawao; Kauhano, Hana; R. J. K. Na
wahlno. At Larue. J
(Special to the II u I lot in)
WAILUKU, Maul, Sept. 2G. Tho
Itcpubltian convention met at tho
Walluku A r nioi y on Thuisday, Sep
tember 24th, at 10 a. in.
Tho Democratic convention met on
the xnmo day at Lahalnu.
Thoro wero 105 delegate rcprc
rcntcd at tho Republican, convention,
Including proxies, whllo there were
CI!, Including 24 proxies, represented
nt tho Democratic convention.
(Special to tho Hullo tin)
HILO, Hawaii, Sept. 2G. Tho
largest piece of excitement that IIIIo
and vicinity has cxpcilcnccd within
the age of tho present generation
came off Inst Sunday ovcnlng at a
few minutes after 8 o'clock In tho"
nil a no of an carthqunko thn t. shook
for keeps whllo It 'lasted. Its dura
tion was about fourteen seconds, and
moved from west to cast. Tho pul
sations were short and full of snap,
and anything In tho shape of house
hold fixings that wero not tied dow.i
had to move. Ono Instance, that of
a heavy tub of ferns sitting on a
three-legged stool was moved over
flvo feot from its original location by
tho short, sharp kicks of tho 'quake.
Near the Crater
At the Volcano Houso the shock
was quite severe, an unttBual happen
ing. It Is seldom tha a shock Is
felt on the Volcnno itself oven
though It may be quite heavy In tho
Nearly ocry store In IIIIo sus
tained dnmngo by goods being thrown
from (ho shelves to tho floor, but tho
' damage In any slnglo Instance will
CORNER FORT AND
Judgo Kalua foucht hard at tho
latter convention to throw out some
of tho proxies and even somo of tho
self-constituted delegates who camo
flthout credentials, but who wcro
taken In to swell up thn number;
tho Democrats novcr had any regular
meetings of precincts nor primaries
to elect delegates. It was policy to
accept thoso who Bhowcd by their
presence the groat Interest thoy
(Continued on Page 3)
not exceed ISO.
Kxcttcment among tho populace
ran high during the" shake and for
somo timo after. Nearly every ono
lushed out of doors. Including the
congregations In the various church
es. It is reported that a small tidal
wave, In tho neighborhood of four
feet high, camo In onto tho beach
shortly after tho quake, but quickly
subsided, doing no damage along the
There was a second shock about
ten minutes after tho big one, and It
started In with cvory prospects of
equaling Its recent predecessor, but
quieted down after a couple of Jerks
that rattled tho windows and got
overybody started for tho streets
Thcro have been several percept
ible trembles since, and at ubout 7
p. m. on Tuesday there was a very
distinct shock that was considerably
more than perceptible, but very short.
Evidence of tho earth's movement
is made manifest In a large earth
crack between the Shlpman place and
tho Volcano House. This crack was
caused by tho heavy shock Sunday
evening and Is quite deep and long.
Pit Watchman Moves
The queer actions of Kllauea on
Sunday wcro too much for tho watch
man at tho crotor. Whllo ho Is qulto
(Continued on hp 2)
Who is tha moat EAR
TICULAR 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 men cer
tain are we that ha will
come to wear our clothes,
sooner or later.
HOTEL STREETS. i.
End of Sugar Season
Tho last of tho' sugar season has
caused a slight change in tho Pacific
schedule of tho American Hawaiian
Steamship Company, which will affect
Hawaii. ,Tbo northern trlanglo run,
from San Francisco to Seattle to Honolulu-
'atid 'return to San Francisco,
will bo suspended, or rather changed
about tho other way, and tho vessels
will run from hero to Seattle, tovTacn
ma, to San Francisco, and return to
Honolulu. Tho Tehuantcpec run will
bo suspended until somo tlmo In De
cember, after tho run of tho Colum
bian. Tho first vessel making tho now
run on the northern trlanglo routo of
tho company Ib tho Alaskan, which
sails from tho Bound on tho 11th of
next month, going to San Francisco,
and leaving that port for this placo
on tho 16th. Tho Columbian, which Is
duo hero next Thursday, will bo tho
last steamer to make tho Tchunatepcc
run until tho sugar season opens uu
again in December.
Tho company Is accoptlng freight
locally, however, for shipment to Now
York via Tehuantcpec, oven after this
trip of tho Columbian. Tho freight
will bo taken to San Francisco, and
transferred there to tho steamers of
tho company which aro on tho Coast
run down to tho Isthmus of Tehuanto
pec, and thenco to New York In tha
usual way. Practically, then, tho
freight sorvico with Now York Is en
tirely uninterrupted, tho dlfforcnco
merely being In tho routo over which
tho goods will bo shipped (or a month
or moro to come.
,Your valuable papers and
jewelry are safe from fire, safe
from burglars and the care
lessness of servant if they
are in one of our SAFE DE
POSIT SOXES FOR RENT
50c per month, '
923 FORT ST,
ThougtiMflre nji hoard, which haa
been extinguished, was reported by
cablo as having broken out on tho
Alameda whllo she was loading tor this
port, sho sailed at noon today, on
schedule -time, for this port. Cable
advlcos to- this effect wcro received
this morning by tho local agents, Irwin
& Co., Tho Alameda is (due hero on
tho second of next month, It sho makes
her usual time.
It is presumed that tho extent of
damago done by flro was" not great.
HOME RULERS HOLD
Notley Reported To Have
Tho Homo Rulo county convention
of Hawaii was held at Konu last Wed
nesday afternoon, commencing at 5
o'clock , All tho delegates to tho con
vontlon wero present with tho oxeep
Hon of a few members.
The steamer Mauna Kea was chart
ered for carrying tho delegates to Ko
, na- Aside from tho delegates a largu
number of ladles and musicians went
along as guests.
Tho convention reconvened on
Thursday and the following woro nom
inated for various positions.
For Senators, D. Ilakor and C. Not
Icy; for TtcproaontatlvcB, Kvahillhau
(Continued on Page 8)
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Sept. 26.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 9s. 7i2d.
Parity, 4.01' cents. Previous quota-
tlon, 8s. 6d. .
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP
PING leave your order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
The Latest Drink At 'The
Drug Co., Ltd
-Now York Herald.
PLANS FOR FLEET
PEARL HARBOR TRIP
Will. Go In Iroquois And
Take Train Terr
Tho officers of tho Pacific Fleet on
their return from'Sgmoa will be taken
to Pearl Harbor In tho U. 8, S. Irre
ouols. Instead of going overland. .
This was definitely dccldod on thl?
morning at tho meeting of tho Excur
sion Committee of the Pacflc Fleet,
which met In tho offices of Fred L.
Waldron. tho chairman. After visiting
tho hnrboi and ltinthln; thero, they,
accompanied by tho committee and a
few townsmen, will bo convoyed to
Wahiawa hi a special train. W. E.
Drown promised to give fresh plno
Irom his rami lo tho officers. Thoy
will return overland.
It Is expected that the Fleet will ar
rho hero between October 5th and 7th.
(Continncdjm Page 2)
FLEET DUETO SAIL
If moving according to schedule, tlu
United States Pacific Fleet Is In Pago
Peago now, and will sail from th.it
port for Honolulu tomorrow. Con
fidence is expressed among naval peo
ple hero that tho ships will como back
to Honolulu as scheduled. Pago Pago
Is bomo distance from. tho cable, and
communication with that placo not
11.25 waists for 65c at Whitney &
Marsh's sulo next Thursday.
BW " - ' I f T"
v ON THE SPOT
Our messengers are never late;
always on the spot is the rule with
Our Auto Delivery
insures prompt filling of society
and party orders.
A. Y. Cafe
J. ilepp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET, .,
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WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., Sept. 26. District Attorney Jerome has
withdrawn from the Thaw prosecution. A Justice will examine Thaw
as to hit sanity.
COLLISION ON ELEVATED H0AD
BERLIN. Germany, Sept. 26.
trains on the elevated railroad. Fourteen were killed.
' , TWO CHURCHES
FONDULAC. Mich.. Sent. 26.
destroyed St. Joseph's Catholic Cathedral mid the Congicgationnt church.
The damage amounts to quarter of a million dollars,
MANILA, P. I., Sept. 26. The
out in connection with the arrival of
m i i
PEARY REPORTS DAMAGE
NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 26. Capt. Peary who sailed in the I'.oo3-
evelt for the North Pole, reports that on August l7 nt Eiikn, damago
was suffered by encountering an iceberp.
NEW YORK STILL LEADS
NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 26. The standing of the Nntionnl Lcaci.o
leaders after today's games was Nc
i . CHOLERA
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Sept.
show 378 cases and 155 deaths.
Link McCandlcss spoke on Hawaii
and even patient Mother Uarth re
volted and threw his meeting into
This happened in Puna last Sun
day, when an earthquake pretty near
ly shook down tho school houso in
which Link was holding forth, and
the meeting had to bo called off. Tho
news of this Incident, which certain
ly, looks like a very evil omen, is con
tained In a letter from I-Ink himself,
wrltten'to John Emmeluth, his right
hand man here.
Under date of Illlo, Sept. 22, Link
writes in part as follows: "Wo hnvn
hold a meeting hero and It was cry
well attended, and wo h.-no held .i
meeting at Papalkou. ono nt Olaa,
and last Sunday wo wont to rutin
and held a meeting Sunday evening
In the school house, and during tha
meeting we had n very terrific earth
quake, which very nearly shook tho
school house down, and tho people
were falling all oer each other, and
the water tank nlongsldo tho bchool
house was shaken down. Wo had to
adjourn our meeting, till Monday
morning, which was very well at
tended by tho residents of Kalapann,
and, we think, very satisfactory to
us. After tho meeting wo drovo to
Pahoa, and from Pnhoa to Kupolio,
a dlstanco of twenty-ono miles, and
held a meeting that seemed to bo
very satisfactory to us.
"Wo will leave here Oct. C on thn
Claudlno for Maul; will speak nt
Hana Oct. !, In tho evening, unil gn
lo Kahulul tho next day and will
campaign on Maul until Oct. 9, leav
ing Lahalna In the Mauna Kea Oct.
9, arriving nt Honolulu Oct. 10."
We have just received
shipment of E. P. REED
Pumps, Garden Ties,
New goods are constantly
FORT STREET, 4 DOORS
A collision took place today beta ccn
Fire started in a enrnce here today
WATER PARADE AT MANILA '
Water Parade only will be caru'cil
the Atlantic TItI.
w York 634, Chicago G33
26. The cholera rcpoiti today
Say Lane Tied His Hands
A minor to thu uITilI thai l-ann ,
won his nomination by :i promlso lu
let u combination of prominent lie
(Continued on Page 2)
(Special Bulletin Wireless)
NAWILIWILI, Kauai, Sept 2G.
The Republican nominees chosen at
the local County and District Con
vention arc ns follows: Senator
Fairchild; Representatives C. A.
Rice, Coney, Sheldon, and Dr. Hud
dv; Sheriff Wm. Rice; Attorney
Kaco; Treasurer Arthur Rice;
Clerk Kanenkua; Auditor Bak
er, who defeated Omsted by a vote of
39 to 36: Deputy Sheriffs Crowcll,
Blake j Ellis, Mchculo, and Lota,
Supervisors McBryde, Wishard, Ka
hce, and Opio. Waimea has not ai
yet decided on her Supervisor.
Sheriff l.iukta who ri turned thlr nf
tcrnooii from KnnMu, st.ile that tho
resignations of Dan Kiimaliu, Chas.
Itoso and John licudirg.iLt n jK,
cnllnl fm to take (ffoct nt the end of
tho month, iih thus huo liccomo en
gaged lu iictho pulltlcH
Tho uironerV jnrj In tho Kuan (.isn
vunt tti tho Queen's Hospital this af
ternoon to hear tho li'slltnony of Kt
malllkaun, who was In tho housn with
Iho deceased whin tho flro oirurred.
by the S. S. Lurlinc a large
& CO.'S line goods for ladies.
and Colonials, in all leathers.
arriving by every steamer, in tho
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