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From San Francisco:
IIIIotinn Sept. 30
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VOL. X. NO. 4J18
Fusionists Get Ready
To Select Candidates
"There Is no doubt but that the
ticket will lin matin out of mateilal
from thu Home Rule and Labor par
ties," said I). Kalauokalanl 8r., chair
man nt the Home Rulo County Con
volition, today. "A Homo Rulo com
mittee will be selected to conHiilt with
a committee of the I.aliorltes for the
iur)08o of preparing a ticket to ho
prexentcd to and endorsed by tha
Home Rule-Labor parties.
"Our committee will he appointed
today and the Iaborltc commltteo to
night. After this Is done, the com
mittees will meet and select their
candidates. We shall he practically
TIip Homo Itulo County Convention
met at Knlilllaulanl hall this morn
ing at 10 o'clock with Vlco President
1). Kalauokalanl Sr. In the chair. J.
M. Koaloha, the Supervisor, acted ns
In order to expedite matters. Win.
Kalilbaum moved that the platfoim
of tho Homo Hulo Territorial Conven
tion bo made tho platform of tho
W'm. Kalelhula moved that tho
Committee on Platform should post
The Republican County Commltteo
hold a meeting this afternoon at
headquarters to mako arrangements
tor tho starting of the campaign, hut
after some discussion It was decided
to leave this matter to a conference
committee, consisting of the chair
man and tho secretary of the Central
Committee and tho chairman and the
hecretury of the County Committee.
This Conference Committee will meet
home tlmo this afternoon and will de
cide on tho date for the ratification
meeting which is to open tho cam
A list of tentative speakers who
will act as spellbinders on tho stump
throughout the campaign, was also
gotten up, but the names will not
be given out until their consent has
been obtained. Those In chargo of
the campaign Intend to get the
bpeeches down to a deflnlto basis, as
certaining In ndvnnce from each ot
the speakeis what his topic will bo
and In what manner he will treat It.
In this manner tho meetings can bo
mado very Interesting and n great
variety of topics bo furnished, doing
away with the danger ot having two
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pone Its work until J. M. Poopoo, tho
chairman, arrived, so that subjects
relating to the duties of Supervisors
might be Inserted, Carried,
Tho Clialr appointed Poonlka ser-gennt-nt-arms.
The Chair then proceeded to ap
point the following committees:
Commltteo on Credentials S. K.
Mnhoe, J. Kukahlko, J. P. Kuluwnl
maka, J. P. Knulmaknolc, Akonl Kn-
Committee on nules and Resolu
tions J. M. Poepoe, J. K. Nakookoo,
j. aviiwi', v. j, vvaiKuiui, 11. x'uepoe.
Committee on Platform J. M. Poo-
poe, Jno. Kukooha, T. C. Pollkapa, J.
K. Kaoht, Wm. Kalilbaum.
During the deliberation of the
committees Vlco President KnlauoUn
. lanl made a speech telatlve to the do-
Ilngs of tho Home Rule convention In
Kona. He said:
I Calls for Unity
I "Gentlemen and Delegates of the
'Convention: Our work today mufct
jbe conducted In a businesslike man
ner. 'United we stand: divided we
fall.' While I was In Kona. where I
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or three candidates dwelling on tho
tame subject at tho samo meeting,
and thus tiring their hearers.
E. II. Paris tendered his resigna
tion ns n member of tho committee,
giving pressure of business as his rea
son. A. R. Phillips was selected to
tnko his place on tho committee.
"In the cxecutlvo session wo dis
cussed a lot of things," said Chairman
A. V. Jiulil after thu meeting. "With
out arriving at any decision, but thnt
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: in nccoruanco with laukcas wcll
known rule thnt police employes en
gaging in active politics must leave
the force, Dan Knloa and Albert Ka
uwc, both turnkeys, have tendered
their resignations. Roth are well
known spellbinders and Intend to
take the stump for the Democratic
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8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY' OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1908 -
LARGE PURSE IS
$1750 On One Race At
Big New Year's
The premier turf uvent of tho year ,'
In Hawaii will be marked by one ofi
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the Territory. Tho New Year's races I The test case of the United States
at llllo this year will .Include an event vs. the Halekala Ranch Company, a
for tho Merchants' Purse, which corporation," was submitted to tho
amounts to $1750. consideration of Judge Dole this nft-
Two days of racing nro planned for. emoon. A. Ixswls Jr. represented the
Resides tho usual events for Hnwailun corporation while United States DIs
bred stock, for all comers, and for trlct Attorney- llreckons prosecuted.
Japanese owned horses, broncho bust- Lewis presented a brief while Mr.
Ing will ho Introduced on tho opening llreckons has n6t yet given hs to
ilny, and hurdlo rnccs will bo run off j,R0 Dole.
on both dnys of lacing. Now Year's, ,jCW COMCcrncil himself as to whe
Day the big meet Is to be opened, and tllor thc Act of ConK,01w prohibiting
It Is to ho continued on tho second. .,,,.. iu frm -i,i. nnnnrinl nl.i
The full program Is announced as
liows. ,.,nsT jjAV
Ha, mile. Hawaiian-bred, purso
One and one-fourth miles. Mer-
chants' Purse. S17G0.
One mile. Hawaiian bred, purso
One mile, hurdle rnco over six
hurdlos, purso $100.
Hulf mllo, Japanese-owned, owner
to ride, purso $50.
G. Rroncho Misting, horses furnished
to nil comers.
7. Three-fourths mile, frco for all,
8. Threo-fourths mllo, Hawaiian bred,
. Half mile, wild horse race, purso
1. Half mile, free for all, purso $150.
2. Threo-elghths mile, Hawaiian bred,
3. Ono and one-halt miles, freo for
all, purse $350.
4. One mllo, hurdlo over six hurdles,
5. Half mllo. Japanese owned stock,
0. Three-fourths mile, Hawaiian bred,
7. Threo-fourths mile, freo for all,
Tho management proposes to give
other races and offer other purses, to
suit tho number and the class of tho
horses which turn out at tho track.
In order to enable the Commltteo
on Platform time to prepare its re
port, the Home Rulo convention,
which reconvened this nfternoon nt
1:30 o'clock, decided to postpone its
lecess until 7:30 o'clock tonight. At
that hour the Homo RulerB and the
Laborltes will meet Jointly In the
Knlilllaulanl Hall and discuss tho
best method of laying their founda
tion preparatory to nominating their
ticket. In this connection, the Con
ference Committees of both parties
will try to agree on the ticket before
It Is finally submitted to the Joint
Achi has Instructed his delegates
to attend tho convention tonight. Tho
Homo Rulers will bo there In time to
receive tho Laborltes as they nrrlvc.
At any rate, It Is expected that tho
meeting will bo Interesting.
YOU are cordially
invited to come
and investigate our
methods or hand
ling estates and
We shall be pleased to ex
plain, without any obliga
n on your part, the work
ing of modern business
823 FORT ST.
The Bulletin has the Largest Number of Satisfied
, ,)0tlcnl campaigns applied to this
,Tcrrltory. One point that he made
Jd or c.cated under any law of the
,Unlted States to which Congress has
Granted certain rights and privileges.
Another point which was given
considerable discussion by both sides
wn8 whether the words "A rpprcscnt-
ntlve in congress include within
meir meaning me wprus ucieguie a
Congress." Mr. llreckons contended
that they did. while Mr. Lewis con
tended that tho word "Representa
tive" could not be construed "Dele
gate," and argued that where a stat
ute enumerates ine.-purBon or iiungs
uffected, by Its provisions there Is an
Implied exclusion of others. He said
that this was an elementary rule of
Air. urecKons argueu mat mo uei-
cgalo" from this Territory was tho
representative of this Territory at
Congress, and therefore It would be
absurd to attempt to exclude him.
Judge Dole will take thc briefs of both
sides under consideration and will rcn
dor a decision as soon as possible.
Dr. H. Hayes
A committee ot the Board of Health
this afternoon mado a report on Gov
eminent positions In tho Hoard of
Health, in which It recommended that
a change bu mado In tho present sys
tem ot running the Dispensary, and
recommended further that Dr. H,
Ha) es, formerly of the Ico sldo of Mo-
lokal, bo put In charge of the DIs
Iiensary, to act also as examiner ot
schools, at a salary of $150 per month.
Dr. Hayes Is an excellent man for the
position, and will do all tho work of
tho Dispensary department without
engaging In an outside practice.
8AN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept, 29.
8UGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 9$. 6d.
Parity, 3.99 cents. Previous quota,
tion, 9s. 7 1-2d.
Recnuse John Murray accused John
D. Holt, the town "bully" of Lincoln,
Neb., with stealing watermelons and
threatened to whip him, Holt shot
and killed Murray from ambush.
ON THE SPOT
Our messengers are never late;
always on the spot is the rule with
The latest Drink At The
Drug Co., Ltd.
$22 PER MONTH
Youths Say They Came
Here Under Wrong
Sept. 29th. 1908, Honolulu T. II.
Honorable Oovornor Krear.
.After saluting you. with ull our re
spect us an honest man ought to len
der to any Intelligent person and tell
you the following:
We, tho Filipinos presenting to you
are requesting with honesty the state
ment which wo are going to relate
this note bluntly done.
Our object are to come and ask you
any work, whero we can get our liv
ing, because today wu are actually per
cclvlng miseries without food at all.
It might says that wo were looking
works already round Honolulu, but we
enn find nothing so that wo came with
boldness to ask you works where we
can get our living.
Consider, honorable. Governor Kroar,
that our Islands, govern by the Unit
ed States, and wo know also that Unit
ed States 1b our father how opened our
eyes and gavo our education, so since
It Is so, wd nro hoping that you can
pity us, abd defend our miseries.
Very respectfully jours,
ALFRED P. DE OCAMPO.
Declaring that they canio hero lab
oring tinder a false Impression, eleven
young Filipinos presented a potitlon
to Bocrotury of the Territory Motl
Smith 'this morning, and mado a per
sonal rcuuest on tho ..Governor.
through lilm, that suitable work be
found for them. It seems that theso
fellows are members of the -second
bunch which was brought hero from
tho Philippines, and, to accept their
story, thoy had the Impression given
them that they would receive In the
neighborhood of $30 per month, while
the fnct Is that they havo all been
receiving but $16 Blnco they arrived
Tho petitioners havo all been work
ing at Olaa plantation for consider
able time, having come hero In 1907,
and quit their Jobs when thoy found
out that some or tho other work
men wore rcccUIns wages averaging
from $18 to $24 per inun It. In the
first placo, they statu that they did
not know thoy wero coming to tho
Hawaiian Islands, hut thought thoy
woro going to the mainland of tho
United States. Ono ot them stated
that ho wus given tho impression
that thero was a general public Inter
est In their coming to America. Ho
thought that, by reason of their pas
sage being paid, sugar pcoplo would
havo things so arranged that they
should bo given a great deal of their
tlmo in which to study. Ho said that
ho had hoped to learn a great deal
about tho ways of tho American jieo
pie. and, profiting by study and appli
cation, bo able to go back and teach
his own peoplo what ho had learned.
Tho petition which thev nrenonted
Is well-written In English, and, al
though tho words are somewhat twist
ed, thero Is no mls-Bpel!lng. Mr. Mott
Smith Btatcd that so far as ho could
learn they wero all chaps who had
been accustomed to working in stores
as clerks, waiters, or oKlco-boys. Thoy
nro all young, nono of them appearing
to bo much ovor tweuty years of ago.
They statu that they would bo satis
(led If they could got $22 per month,
and Secretary Mott-Smllh will com
municate with tho Planters' Associa
tion to find out what can bo dono for
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BY STANDARD OIL
CHICAGO, III., Sent. 29. C. L. Naccl. Republican National Commit-
tecman from Texas, has admitted that
vice to the WatersPierce oil combination, which is a branch of Standard
Oil. The Waters-Pierce people have been involved in sonic of the most
notorious political scandals of the Southwest.
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DEMOCRATS ARE INVESTIGATING
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Sent. 29.
standing of Sheldon, Treasurer of the
nuu la cuuiucu Willi ucillg uaiuciaicu
VICTORIA, B. C. Sept. 29. The steamer Humboldt is on thc rocks
at Pender Island.
B0SMAN ALLOWED TO LAND
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Sent.
having two wives, was allowed to land from thc Korea today, after giv
ing bond pending action from Washington. ,
FULTON IRON WORKS OUT OF BUSINESS-
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept.
gone inio voluntary liquidation.
IRRIOATIONISXS IN SESSION
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.. Sent. 23
nnTld hir tilnv
LONDOy. England. Sept. 29.
Lord Mayor of London.
LIVES LOST IN FLOODS
BOMBAY. India. Sent. 29. Thnu.'mil. nt 1,n., i,nn. i. .i.... .i
and many lives lost in recent floods.
. FOR ARMY
ATASCADERO. Calif.. Sent. ?f)
nlars are awaiting the arrival of the
A Joint meeting of the Homo Rul-
eis and Laborltes was hold last
night At Knkaako. at tho corner of
South and llnleknuwila streets. De
spite the rnlny weather, tho Home
Rulers and the Uiborltes attended the
meeting In largo numbers.
jNotley Slams Democrats
v.iiua. iv. Aouey, too Homo Rulo
candidate, for Delegate, dwelt upon
the land question, partlculuily on the
homestencllng proposition. Ho de
nounced tho Democratic party in at
tempting to introduco Into this coun
try the principles of the land laws of
me mainland, stating that it would
not ucnent tho neonln Imm. win.
reference to tho Immigration ques
tion, he said that there woro nlrendy
We have just received by the S. S. Lurline a large
shipment of E. P. REED dVCO.'S fine goods for ladies.
Pumps, Garden Ties, and Colonials, in all leathers.
New goods are constantly arriving by every steamer, in '(
latest styles. r
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The Democrats arc invcstiiraHnir tho
Republican National Committee,
Willi (WCIliy iniSIS,
29. R. H. T. 3osmnn. rhnmeH with .
29. The Fulton Iron Works have
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LORD MAYOR TBiW
Sir George Tritscott has been named '
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militia for the annual maneuvres.
- Aohl Men
enough laborers In tho country to
tatisry tiio demands of tho planters,
who wero trying to bring more Euro
pean laborers Into the country.
Achi Roasts Kennedy
W. C. Achi, lender of tho Labor
party, attacked tho Republican und
Democratic parties as being mcro
tools of a monopoly with President
Kennedy of tho Inter-Island. Steam
Navigation Company tit Its head. Tho
leaders of tho Republican and tho
Democratic County tickets, being
members and employes of tho com
pany, wero nuil would bo subjected to
tho dictation of their present em
Should nny of theso men bo elected
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