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"If the election were to take place tomorrow the Repub
lican ticket would meet with substantial success," said A. 0. M.
Robertson to a Bulletin man Monday. "Split ticket voting
would probably result in electing Harvey, Trent, and Jarrett, but
the best-man propaganda as represented by Achi, Beckley, Long,
Iaukea, and Monsarrat would be down and out.
"I do not think any of then would get over 500 votes.
"Some split-ticket Republicans in the Fourth District are
talking of voting for Watson for Senator instead of Henrique.
This is a mistaken idea, for it would not elect Watson. It might
defeat Henriques, but the Democrat to be elected would be Har
vey, not Watson.
"The County Committee is doing good work for the straight
ticket, and they ought to lay particular stress on the Senatorial
ticket in order to beat Harvey, and special effort should be made
in behalf of von Holt for. Treasurer and Wise for Sheriff, as they
are up against candidates who are hard to "beat."
Straight Ticket Talks
OPENING RALLY AT AALA IS GREAT SUCCESS
Twonty-flvo hundred people listen
ed to llio Republican orators Inst
night at Aala Park ns ,thcy pleaded
for their party and exhorted all to
vale the straight ticket. Most of tho
speakers made this point tho vitul
one In their speeches, referring again
unci again to tho Republican parly
and Its straight policy.
The crowd was an exceedingly well
ordered one, with tho exception of u
sneaking miscreant who thiew a
tuuplo of rotten eggs Into the audi
ence, and the many speakers hold Its
W. O. Smith introduced the Hon.
Jack I.ucas as tho chairman of the
"I want you to understand that I'm
a Republican, and no baclcslldor,"
tald Jack. "I went to that conven
tion, gentlemen, after the nomination
for Mayor, but I can take defeat llko
n gcntlemnn." Ho then referred to
"Moohean," which brought laughtur
mill choers from tho crowd.
John Hughes was tho first man ho
Hughes' Straightforward Talk
"Gentlemen," he said, "two years
ngo wo, stood on this platform and
pledged you tho best that was In us.
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clothes that are always in the
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CHURCH VOTES CLAIMED BY !A
Iteming on our pledge, you honored
us by electing us, and becnuso we
were faithful to the trust, wo arc
here again tonight to seek your sup
port. What the Party Has Done
"The Legislature of 1907 marks a
new era In the history of legislation
In this Territory. Wo did what was
right, and there was not one cent of
your money which could not be ac
counted for. There were passed bills
that benefited this Territory twenty
per cent, more than any other legis
lation ever passed hore. The Legis
lature of 1907 certainly did its duty
by you people, and it fears no honest
"The Republican party goes into
tills campaign with knowledge of,
work well done. Wo nppeal to com
mon sense, your Integrity, and when
you come to weigh up what has been
done, wo feo suro you will come on
the Republican side.
Will Elevate Politics
"Wo propose in this campaign to
elevate politics to a high plane. This
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Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
1. 4 to 7.
Mandamus proceedings will bo
brought this afternoon by Judgo Ed
lugs, In his own nnmo, and not that
of John Emmeliith, to compel Secre
tary of the Territory K. A. Motl-Smlth
to receive tho nomination of John S.
Chandler of Kauai for Senator. This
nomination was received Monday
morning, and, according to an opinion
rendered from Iho Attorney-General'ii
department, should not be received
on account of Its tardiness.
Judgo Edings stated this morning
that he would havo the papers pre
pared and placed on record this after
noon, and the caso will bo brought to
as speedy a culmination as possible.
Secretary Mott-Smlth welcomes tho
proceedings, for thoro Is a pretty ques
tion Involved, and ho fools that It
should bo decided. Should ho bo sus
tained in tho stand he has taken, it
will mean that dcorgo Katrchtld will
bo elected Senator without opposition.
Edings takes tho stand that Sunday
being dies lion tho time for receiving
nominations should have been extend
ed' until' Monday. This, however, Is
tho moot question, ns Monday is In
fact the twenty-ninth day before elec
tion. SUGAR COMPANY
-SUED FOR $5000
Hutchison Plantation Is
Alleged To Have
llecauso ho alleges that they broko
faith with him and did not glvo prop
er accounting of money In their hands,
G. Imo has brought suit for damages
against tho Hutchison Sugar l'lanta'
tlon Company for a sum that totals
(5000, although 11000 of this Is for
money that Is owed to them, Imo
states that somo time ago tho planta
tion company usslgncd a lease of 17H
acres of caneland to his and his part
ners, and the crop on this was rlpo
In I'obruary, 1906.
According to a contract between
them, tho company was then to fur
nish transportation for the cane, grind
It mid go through all tho preliminaries
for getting rid of it. However, Imo
alleges that instead of doing this, tho
Company did not touch his crop until
December, 1907, by which tlmo It was
practically wasted, being eaten by
rats. For this, Imo asks $3000 dam
ages, Then when tho cano was finally
sold, tho company Is alleged not to
havo made an accounting to him of
the proceeds. For this he nsks $1000.
Again ho claims $1000 duo on'a debt.
C. V. Ashford is his attorney.
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It, Is reported that t'enoral John it.
Soper will ,soon go to N-jvaM to en
gage in mining business there. Gen
eral Soper does not deny tho report,
stating tlint.ho will soon, leavo for tha
Coast, and that lie may ,t;o to Ncvuda
and look Into tho mining situation
"1 wns in Nevada In the Sixties "
added tho General. "These were the
days when- hostile Indluns abounded,
and there was much hardship. Arf :i
matter of fact; my mother meil tlieio
from exposure, and for months no hud
to live on dried beef and corn. I hao
been within a" few miles of Tonopuli.
which now Is n great mining ccutei."
NO WORD YET FROM
BIG CRUISER FLEET
Docking. Plan. Will Be
Still silent, though now almost cor
talnly in!- easy vvlroless reach of this
port, tho Pacific Moot Is due to arrive
tomorrow. Everything Is In readiness
for them, while it Is expected that
wireless communication will bo estab
lished this evening, In order that tho
necessary preliminary business may
Tho absence of colliers, which mod
ified tho docking plan whllo tho es
sclswero In port before, will this tlmo
make. It necesbory. for ono division to
llo at anchor outside whllo tho other
Is Inside coaling, and for tho divisions
then to change places. This will not
affect tho flagships West Virginia and
Tennessco, both of which will bo
docked, tho West Virginia at the Ala
ket street slip, and the flagship of Ad
miral Sobreo at tho Oceanic wharf.
Tho Channel wharf Is not to be used
in tho coaling operations at all. Tho
destroyer flotilla will be at tho Naval
wharf, us before, and tho Solace Is also
to be docked.
A number of rumors havo been
afloat in regard to the fleet that all
of tho vessels aro not returning hero,
and that they havo bc6n delayed and
will not make port until tho 10th lust
These are merely rumors, however.
Nothing more has been heard In re
gard to tho cruiser Colorado. It Is
known that sho Is to be sent down
here, as there Is n seaman in port who
Is to bo transferred to her, but when
sho Bhotild arrive is not known, def
initely. THWING NOT' LEAVING
Mr. Thwing Is not going to China
Until there IS Sumn (lnfltllti, arttnn in
regard to his charges against tho
united aiatos District Attorney ot
Hawaii and cnbled Washington today
to this effect.
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"I feel confident that I will get at
least fifteen hundred votes from the
chuich people. There are several
thousand men who go to church on
Sunday Instead of going to baseball
,or fishing, and I expect that I will
get tho votes of the majority of
This statement was made this
morning by Sheriff Iaukea, who Is. ut
least, apparently pretty hopeful of
full support from the church element
In spite of tho fact that the Miuste
rlul Union yesterday adopted a very
lukewarm attitude toward him, plac
ing Itsolf In the position of being will
Ing to give him endorsements only
aB long as they could be of no practi
cal use to him.
Clergymen Working ,-
It was reported among tho politi
cians this morning that the, Hawaiian
preachers of the Evangelical Associa
tion were working tooth and nail tot.
the Sheriff amongst their flocks. Iau
kea stated that,' ultliougu. he !had re
ceived no official Information to this
effectne bc'llcved that"fnTBwTs"Very
likely the case. He further .stated
that he thought that the Evangelical
Association, when It held ,a meeting
In the near future, would take up the
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The first noon-hour political shot
was 11 red today by Sam Kaloa at tho
corner ot King nnd Dethol streets.
Mounted on a shoo-box and wearing
a Prince Albert coat, Kaloa shouted
and thundeicd at the crowd which
lined up on tho nuuka side of King
street and along llethel street.
Kaloa Is a well-known Democratic
speaker. Ho dwelt upon tho Wallach
cure, wnicu was "wiped out of exist
ence by tho Republican leaders." Ho
complimented Mrs. Mary Atcherly for
her untiring efforts In trying to re
lievo tho Hawaiian sufferers.
He then went Into the general con
dition ot various political parties, de
nouncing tho Home Rulors for per
mitting tho Laborltcs to Join their
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Oct. S.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 9s 5y4d.
rarity a.ua cents. Previous quota
tion, 9s. (3d.
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72 S. KINO. PHONE IS.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S, KING STREET.
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MANILA, P. I Oct. 6. The damage resulting from the typhoon that
swept the islands will reach hundreds of thousands of dollars,
The barracks at Fort Stotsenberg linve been destroyed. The schoon
ers Soledad and Lucia have been wrecked and ten people drowned.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 6. Detroit has won the championship
pennant in the American League contest.
In the National League, New York today defeated Boston. Thr pro
tested game between Chicago and New York has been declared a tic nnd
will be played off on Oct 8.
CONSTANTINOPLE. TnrVpv rw
cided to request the signatory Powers
utiuiiig wwi iuc xiuigtuiun revolt.
. i J4W nttltTMMNA 4 . . .
BlUi riUlAUI&UU. uailf.. Oct. b.
ened here today. Messages indorsing the work nnd purposes of tho Con- J
OTB vtrmrm t-.tvnit frAm llMatil.nt Damii..U tir. Tr T-ri -...1 Ttr r-r i
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 6.
Colorado was formally presented by
Announcement Is made In New
l one that tho grand opera season will
onen there Nov. Ifi. A KoHmm nt.lf
tempt Is to bo made to glvo croud
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uperas ill r.ugllBll.
Claims New lei
While tho pcoplo of Maklkl and, is
11 matter of fact, of the lesldeuco
fccctlon In general, havo been rejoic
ing' over the new ordinance passed
by tho Hoard of Supervisors at Its
last meeting, providing against tho
erection of any tenement or lodging
house within five hundred feet of a
school-house, tho Japanese, against
Whoso Canill onnoslto thn Itnnliiimnim
School, tho step was directed, nia
preparing to knock out this ordi
nance on tho grounds that It Is un
Two of tho Jnnanoso Interested In
the erection of the now cnnin. M. Mm.
ranaka and Ynmann, this morning
uppenred In tho Pollco Court on n
We have just received
shipment of E. P. REED
Pumps, Garden Ties,
New goods are constantly
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to enforce the Treaty of Berlin in
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The Thins-Miss inni rmiPTMi nil.
uuujvvui, win. ii. .im i, aim win,, j.
The silver service for the cruiser
the State authorities today.
. Capt. Nnthanlel ICecnoy, while fish-
Ing from a power boat near NewJ
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,..ut..,u.,, u.., V..IP.II1V11 till r K il-.
C? 01 tit! PCS Sid
foot, man-eating shark tlmt welched M
chargo of violating tho ordlnnnce.
Tho complaint tigalnsi thorn wan
(sworn to by Col. C. J. McCarthy, who
owns considerable property In -tho
neighborhood of tho now camp.
K. C. l'etcrs, who appeared for tho
defendants, feels confident that he
.can knock out the ordinance.
I "It Is finite evident that tho ordi
nance Is umonstltutlonal nn its tncbT"
ho said this forenoon after tho session''
or ttio court. "A man has a perfect
right to build lodging houses on or.'
do anything else with his own projt-i
eity us long ns ho docs not mako'lt
.11 nuisance. ;j.
) Tho cubo was continued until-, toj,
;morrow, when tho point will prob
ably bo fought out.
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