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B U L I E T I NVWANT AD3r
VOL X. NQ. 4123
8 PAGES--HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF'hAWAIt; tfONPAY. -OCTOBER 5 1908-8 PAGES
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KUHIO NAILS CAMPAIGN CANARDS ON KAUAI
A; ATTACK DIVORCE
Ministers Turn Down
In Favor of laukea
Slier I ft laukea wan this morning
able to And out wlint an utterly un
grateful world this Is. In Bplto of tho
fact that he has for many moons been
following blindly the dictates of the
Mlnluterlal Union, thereby undoubt
edly losing much support which he
might otherwise have gotten, that
body this morning turned down flat
ly u resolution of appreciation of his
conduct. This wns done on the
ground that it might be looked upon
as n political mensute, and as tho
Sheriff Is at present looking more
thun anything oIho for things which
will have political effect, needing
them badly in his business, this state
ment seems to add Insult to Injury.
And the men who did this were
Theodoro Hlchards, whose camp lau
kea declined to proceed against, and
Doremus Scuddcr, backed by the en
tire number of members present t
tho meeting excopt Thwlng, who
for months past has been sticking
unto the Sheilff closer than n broth
er, and who, at leubt, stuck to him
to the last.
The resolution wns ottered by
Thwlng as a sort of report of tho
committee appointed to look Into tho
enforcement of tho law. It recom
mended first of all that a resolution
bo passed expressing the apprecia
tion of tho Union for tho work of tho
police department In conjunction
with tho Atlantic Fleet patrol In
keeping law and order during the
stay of that Fleet here, nnd, as a sec
ond paragraph, recommended that -a
general resolution commending the
Sheriff In a general way for his effi
cient woik, be passed.
It was Hichdrds who took the first
Jwhack at tho resolution.
J "I do cortnlnly not concur In this,"
he s.ild. "Such action would surely
haro political significance, nnd while
we recognize the value of the serv
ices of tho Sheriff, that matter Is now
ono of many months past, and It wo
Ishould at this time pass this resolu
tion .It would undoubtedly be looked
upon ob n political move."
I Doremus Scudder administered the
death-blow. "I move to table the re
port," ho said. "This is not debat
able," ho added, seeing that Thwlng
was about to speak.
"I second tho Miction," cried
number cf voices, nnd the resolution
(was defeated byNa vote -which was
unanimous, with the one exception, of
Thwlpg, who stuck by the Sheriff,
murmuring that It was very unfortu
nate that such a thing should hap
pen. I (Continued ea Tm 8)
Everybody Roasted at
Meeting of Fusionists
Tho Homo Rule-Achl combluptlon
opened its active campaign last Sat
mday evening with a meeting at Anla
Turk, which was attended by a fairly
luigo and enthusiastic audience
With tho exception of two Hawaii-
hub who entertained the audience by
, dancing and hulaing to tho tunu of
music, tho moctlng wns moat ordoily.
"Send a Delegate to Congress to
represent tho rich and poor alike,"
said Charles K. Notlcy, candidate for
Dulcgnto to Congress.
"Shall tho trusts rulo or shall tho
pcoplo rule, tho corporations such as
tho Standard Oil company or the In-tor-Island
Steamship Company?" r.'ns
tho tenor of tho remarks of W. C
Acht, candldato for Mayor.
D. Kalauokalant Sr., vlco president
of the Homo Rule party, presided. He
foro introducing Notley, as tho first
speaker, ho mado a brief address com
plimentary to tho speakers and to tho
candidates of tho Homo Rukj-Labnrlte
Notley Roasts Frear.
"Agriculture Is tho back-bouo of the
country," commenced Notley. Hu
dwelt on tho method of acquiring good
government lands for agricultural pur
poses and denounced tho land policy
(Continued on Page 3)
Registration Hour 8 to 10, 12 to
1, 4 to 7.
TF you want to wear clothes
J- that are dressy and distinctive
clothes that are always in the
best of taste wear Alfred Ben
jamin & Co., Clothes.
If you are hard to please come
THE KASH CO., Ltd.,
CORNER PORT AND HOTEL STREETS,
(Special Bulletin Wireless)
. Walluku, Maul, Oct. 5. Hn--f.kiida,
tho Japanese' who Is want-
ed for killing his wife and1 her
f paramour at Kohala last year.--f
was captured by tho Sheriff and
-f iiosso Sunday morning at Puune-4-
no Camp Ten. The man was
f gambling at tho time he was cay-
turod. Ho mado a desperalo
fight to get away from the'vollce
but was finally landed In tho jail.
FLEET STILL SILENT
Nothing Heard From the
Cruiser Fleet Or
With the Fleet due In two days,
wlroless communication with the crul
sers has not yet been established at
the Navul Station. Attempts will be
nlado this evening to'talk'wlth the.
West Virginia, but ltis ha'fdly -ex
pected thut'lrhy talking' will be done
before the following evening. The,
local wireless people have no one list
ening fbr tho Fleet.
Plies of coal are now growing on
the Alakea and Naval wharves,. In-order
to have everything In readiness
for tho arrival of tho ships. Tho Ala
kea wharf is now loaded down with'
cones of the blnck fuel, and thoy are
being fed on the Naval wharf by a
stream of carts which Is going con
tinuously along tho city front. Twen
ty thousand tons must be put Into the
bunkers of tho cruisers and- the de
stroyers this trip twice as much as
was put in during their last stay
here, a coaling operation of real mag
nitude The Saturn Is also loaded
down to tho water, and may be used
as before In putting fuel Into the
bunkers of the fighting ships,
These are due to arrive on Wed
nesday, If they aro proceeding ac
cording to tho schedule they had
when leaving this place, and only
some very Important circumstance
would cause them to vary.
The cruiser Colorado, which was
stated by cable some time ago to be
due In Honolulu on the Sth that Is,
today, Is not looked for just yet, as
the Investigation of her recent acci
dent In going ashore on the Coast'
was completed only Saturday, and
there is a report that some matter In
connection with her ammunition de
layed her depurturo for this port. "
CHAMER SHUT OUT
- Deputy "A'ttfaFltey General Whitney
him ipnilernit-nri- onlnlon to tho ef-
J feet that thevn.omlnatlon papers re
ceived by JJecrta'ry Mott-Smlth - on
Sunday should-' beaccepted. -
I In, this Ke..qdvlc ngnlnst tho no
tlon of.Secjjtary lott-Smlth, who
refused "papera'fllod after Saturday at
I .'WHIttiav. holds, haweveri that 'the
.nomination-papers of Chandler of Ka-
ual, received. today, should not be uc-
ceptt-d: ' " '1
Could Not.-lick Charge
Jonah K. Kalanlauaole, Delegate to
Congress," who" Returned yesterday
from Kauai, reports that-the Island Is
Republican. Of course thero aro
spine, Democrats and Home Rulers,
but. very few of them dared to face
the Delegate, when .challenged to ex
plain, -certain accusations made
against him by the Democrats.
"I'had a vveryi encouraging trip
around" tho Island of Kauai," said the
Delegate today. .'Accompanied by
George Falrchlld an'd'other Republi
can workers? V traveled around the
Islaud'for the -purpose of addressing
the people at vcrlous places. We held
meetings at Llhue,r?teknha, Walraea,
and other places. I The attendance
was large and. the i.eonle listened to
the speakers-most ntte'rhlvely. The
most Important thing that I had to
do while there was to correct the
false report regarding 'the disfran
chisement of the Hawallans.
"I was Informed that Chandler, a
Democratic nominee for Senator, told
(he Hawaiian's, that I had Introduced
a bill 'in Congress, urging tho dis
franchisement of the Hawallans. At
Kekaha, where I addressed a meet
ing and where Chandler was present,
I challenged him to come forward and
prove to tho people whether I had
actually Introduced such a bill in
Congress. He never came forward,'
nor did he attempt to say anything
In regard to the bill.
"That was the most Important sub
ject that my attention was called to.
The Immigration question and the
disfranchisement question had appar
ently been agitated by the Demo
crats, but after I had had my say, tho
people we're satisfied with the situa
"From my own observation, I be
lieve that Kauai will vote the Repub
-t- AH inaicaiuna point io a uec-
. .! f.ttiitjntiln' In ttin nnvni-nliianl
in, tho tosUcaso of corporation
f coninoiiuons io .campaign ninim.
There Is no absolute certainty
about thlp but If u man were a
'gambler he would bo taking good
chance's on tho Goernment's end
It'.Js believed that Judge Dolo
will bold that while tho coriwra
tlons' of Hawaii aro not corpora
YOUR VOTE can't be counted nn
Ie yon REGISTER.
4- tlons" organized" by net of Con-
4- Kress, the election of a Delegate -f
-f Is on tho same basis as a Repre-
sentatlvo to Congress from a -f
Thwlng Heads Committee
' WhUh Will Fight
1 Evil ., ,
The 'Ministerial' Union at. Its meet-
ling this foronoon decided,. to try to
stem the, tide of thv dlvbrcfc6vl. which
appears to bave.ibecomefpetCMdh1iTy
prevalent' In the Territory of ,Iate. A
committee' 'was appointed ta look Into
the .matter, -and was Instructed to re
port thereon at the next meeting of
tho Unl6n. ' .
The subject was brought up by
'Thero has been a largo Increase In
divorces hero, of late," he said, "Dur
ing tho month of Septomber there was
mora than ono a day. r We ought to
consider tho matter and see It there
anything -wo can do. to lessen tho
ovII..bs for-lnstance having more pub
licity given, or to have a longer per
iod beforo re-mariiago, o'isoned, tf.
least,' by us, ministers. This concerns
tho welfare of homes and the honor of
tho sacred rites of marriage In their
relation, to tho ministry. I thorefqro
move that a committee bo appointed
to look Into tho matter." , ' ,
Chairman McKeevcr, after this mo
tion had been carried unanimously, ap
pointed Thwlng, Frank Scudder1 and
Rov. H. W, Chamberlain as such a
committee with Instructions that they
report at the next meeting.
During this meeting tho Union sel
ected noWiOfflcera for tho coming year,
namely Rev. Mr. McKeevcr for presi
dent, and Rev. Mr. Ebersole for secre
tary and treasurer. Tho latter arid
Henry Judd were elected members of
Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
l, to . -
YOUR VOTE can't be counted on.
lew yon REGISTER.
POWERS FOR PEACE
LONDON, Eneland, Oct. 5. A conference of the Powers has ibeen '
called at which Great Britain will propose measures for preserving peace
in Bulgaria and to revise the treaty of Berlin.
SOFIA, Bulgaria, Oct. 5. Prince Ferdinand has proclaimed an inde
pendent government at Tirnova, the form;r capital of Bulgaria. His Cab
inet was present and a government organized. It is reported that troops
ONITE WEST COAST
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 5. A movement to unite all the com
mercial bodies of the Pacific Coast to press common interests before Con
gress has been started and is meeting with general success. The propo-
sal is that all the ibodies shall act as a unit when dealing with legisla
tion of benefit to the West Coast.
CARBOLIC ACID TO CL1' AN MANILA
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 5. The transport Thomas, leaving for
the Philippines, will take a large shipment of carbolic acid for sanitary
work in Manila.
YOU are cordially
invitprf to rnmt
and investigate our
methods of hand
ling estates and
We shall be pleased to ex
plain, without any obliga
tion on your part, the work
ing of modern business
023 FORT ST.
The formal opening of the Repub
lican campaign will 'take place this
evening, when the great ratification
meeting will take place afAala'Park.
The best of speakorn' have 'been se
lected for the occasion, both candl
dates who are running for important
offices, and 'non-candidates who are
favorites with the public on account
(Continued on Page 3)
Quiok Service "
andlgood, always. Our. messengers
i Jteep uoingi t -
AND OTHER BRANDS.
Drug Co., Ltd.
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP
PING leave your order with
Island Fruit Co., -
72 S. XING. v PHONE 15
1100,000. SAN FRANCISCO FIRE j
, SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 5. Fire in the coal pile at the Bcale
street wharf did damage amounting- to a hundred thousand dollars. v
GIANTS DEFEATED BOSTON
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Oct. 5. New, York" defeated Boston todav. there-
by strengthening the hold of the' Gi ants on the baseball championship.'
COURT-MARTIAL OF LIEUT. EVANS
MANILA, P. I.. Oct. 5. The court-martial of Lieut. Evans onened
today. The charges were read. The testimony will be given tomorrow.
' ' "' ------. i -si ------- I i-
50,000 LIVES LOST
HYDERABAD, India, Oct. 5. The deaths from the tecent floods 'will
amount to 50,000.
Canneries Not Exempt,
Says Supreme Court
The Supreme, Court this morning
handed down u decision In the tax ap
peal citses of seven pineapple com
panies, rendering Its opinion In fa
vor of the Attorney General, In tho
contention that the pineapple forty
acre tax exemption does not In
clude everything in sight.
The companies concerned are
as follows: Wahlawa Pine Compaiiy,
Hawaiian Plneapplo Company, Pearl
City Fruit Company, Honolulu Pack
ing Company, Haiku Fruit and Pack
ing -Company, Hllo Fruit Company,
and the Kauai Fruit and Land Com
pany, The decision Is based on ap
peals taken from tho various tax ap
-HE HAUL Mh.,
,K Vk n H
185 S. KINO STREET.
Tho Court sums up the cases as fol
lows: "Tho nbovo entitled cases. Involv
ing tho taxation of tho property of
pineapple companies, were submitted
together, the companies clnlmliiK.au
exemption of nil real and personal
property with tho exception of forty
acres of land each, Including In their
claim for exemption their establish
ments for canning pineapples. Tho
Honolulu Packing Company, Ltd.,
holds more than forty ncrcs of land
under lease but has no cannery. Tho
(Continued on Page 2)
YOUR VOTE can't be counted un
less you REGISTER.
We have just received by the S. S. Lurline a large
shipment of E. P. REED & CO.'S fine goods for ladies.
Pumps, Garden Ties,- and Colonials, in all leathers.
New goods are constantly arriving by every steamer, in Uie
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.
FORT STREET, 4 DOORS BELOW HOTEL.
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