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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4720.
JG PAGES. HONOLULU. TEllIUroilY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Money for Schools
And How 1 0 Get It
Commission Of School Fund
Tells How To Get
Thu Cnminlsr.lnii be'toves that llic slnn stales Hint In the United States
needs of Hie iiiiIiIIpNkcIkmiIh In tliln tho inlllc boIidoI lias a tecngulro.l
Tcrtllory hlinulil bo met ly n speclllo prior rlnlm upon Hie rnicnite of llio
tax iim real iniicrty mid personal country, also that the demands for
propoity, supilcmcntcd liy llfly per public education mo met principally
rent of tlio liuoinci fimn pnlille hindi 'e a sppclflc tax im real ami porsniril
mil wntor leases, ninl liy sol tins aside Propoity. and Dial Hie Ineinio from
ns n separattvjuud Ilia mono) deiltod pnlille lands Is almost Invariably turn
fiom tliu porminnl st.hool tax that now oil over. In n largo measure at leant
goes Into tlio general realizations nf to tlio e.inxe or education'."
the Territory . j Tho nqiort of llic commission In
"Tlio Commission In unanimous In pait follows:
IIh convlcllon Hint Hie specific tax on One Per Cent Tax.
real ami pertioniil piocrly In th best "In pursuing IIh Investigations anil
method liy which tlio needs of tlio In the developing or pnlille opinion
public .schools In the Territory of Ha- on the matter, tho commission has
wall can Im met." , ciicountoiod such n stinng sentiment
Such In the lecnnmiendatlon of tho iiinong tliu representative of largo
I'nhllc School mini Commission sub- enpurntn Interests ngnlnst any turn
niltted today to (lotenior l'renr ,and perliiB villi the one percent tax on
which rorsnl cneH Into mlnnto details rpnWpfnnetty and personal properly".
In consldeilng tho financial condl-
tlons before, tho schools" oT llio Ter- for raisins-fluids that Is moro cum
iltofy .-' , "' i ." pllfilfil than thit co'mmlsslon would
'" Th .Commission which has lieen
makiiiR IlivesllRallons Is eoinosed of llio sentiment of niperty Interests
W. It. l"arrlnRtoii. lilsar Wood and V. I as exIstliiR at the present moment
A. l!ovn and tho report Just snlc It Is a compromise. '
milled to Hawaii's Chief Kxccullvul "Tho Commission Is tint delesaled
consider the question of tevvnmi for with nnthoilty to rovlfo tho taxation
the pnlille schools from nil sides, iryxleni of the Territory, much as such
In stnrtlnR lis report tho t'ommln-l (Continued on Pace 3)
Tliu following platform was adopt
ed liy the Itepublleaii Liuiuty conven
tion: Ouei) morn tho District nnd Coun
ty Convention of tliu Itepulillcaii
p.uty of the City and County uf Un
iiciIiiIii, In rpuvuiitlou arxeiuhled, ap
pe.ils In thu elecloiH of the Island
or O.iliu. and hereby reulllruis its ul-
let;l.iii.e to thu piiuclples and tradl-l
tloiiH of the Hepuhllcun party of the
Nation, and to Its policies, as im
llned In the National platform, and
now meets tho new problems of Ter
ritorial and county eournment with
the b.i mo coinage and capacity with
which It accomplished the task or
ettulillshlilK unit carrying on lu theso
Inlands eoiistltutlou.il and responsl
lilu Roverlimeut for, thu huuullt or
thu whole people of Hawaii.
We heartily endorsu the wise nun
(onserwithn udmlnlstratlou uf 'the
,1'lllco of chief uxucutlvu liy I'lesl
We heai tlly emlorso tho ndmlnls.
t ration of the llwal and iuiidentl.il
iiffulru of this Territory hy (lovein
or 1'iear, and p.utlciilafly (omineud
his pulley nnd erforts to estahllsh on
theu IsinudH dlverbllleil asrlciiltiirnl
piimultu liy dlvldliiR up the govern
ment lauds of the Tenllory allium;
btmdy homeateaders, thus InrreasliiK
' the wealth and prosperity uud pop
iiiatlnii of the Territory. ,
DKUKlATi: TO CONtlltKSrt. We
iiK-llli pledKO our silppoit to ami (oiil.
liiehd the HUiiussftil eiroils of Dele
I'.ule lva,illaiiiiiiii In M'curlUK I"'l
ei.il aid and nppinpilailoiis fur this
'I'd I limy, uud lie.irtll) iiiUKiatul.itn
lillii fur the suhkliiull.jl aid thai ho
lum lifi'ii iiiiin in iihtalu tiiuii
CuiiHIiws uf tliu llulli'd riliilKN Im Hn
lielielll nf Hiivsull Mild l' pfiiple,
V.lIMi.IINHIIH The wnio yu
PMllPf tvlilrli Imih lieeu iiiloiiii'il ninl
'Mil 11 Hill liy Hie llepiiliiliHii iHtity
to MIHlHIillll ptUlHlloil In Allltilli'HIl
IHIWI U llHIUbt HllUplvd III till Mill
VHtlllUlb MUl) HP liiiiiiilM I lie m
111 UWlt uf Wlli' Mtlt.KI Ki'UHl
Hi l"l lllfll tHl IM'IMS W,iH lb
IkUillfUlli Pit hut I
that Itiiiiwiitu'lii'lta reort a scheme
'lirefer tint may ho liotter snlled to
POLICE CHIEF OF
(Asinohlrd Tres Cable )
SAN rUAN'CISCO, Beit. 10
Illchurd Itrown, the rhlef of pollco
of tho city of Han Jose, was killed
here today liy the overturning of
the nulomohlle he was drlvliiK.
HMH'lal llulli'tln Cable)
COMIMIItm, O.. Sept. 10 -Colonel
Hooyovult epoKe to an Immense crowd
hero today. Hit mado a strong plea
for the necessity of thu enforcement
of law anil order, for Justlre between
empln)er nnd employe, to the Inter
en t of all people regardless of their
stutlon lu life.
Tho Colonel's speech carried con
siderable welRlit on acumiit of tho
recent, labor troubles in thu vicinity.
TRANSPORT WARREN ASHORE.
IAhhikIiiIiiI 1'i hm t'ablo.)
MANILA, Sit. 10. Tho Inter
Islniid transport Warren has gouo
nshoin on tlio southern roast of
WOLOAST FIGHTS McTARLAND,
iAlWlll'lllllll lHKM C.lbl.' )
wilwAhkim:. wis., hh. io.
d Wnluast, Hie I'liauiplon light
i weight. Iwih lieeu iibilrheil In light
Mi'l'illlalul t I'll MilllbU nil Hepleill
TKDnV HOUND I'OII Tr.XAS,
I Mml,lll 'l. I'.ilil,
MAN AK'IIIMO, 'lei , Hpl HI
MilliiiiliiHHflH :l wuiIm Iioik IimJj)
ItWl I'ltlilHul llMUMMVUlt lll Hi
lnui ul lit
llll uf Tc Mi
Platform Eliminates Plank Or.
Immigration and Supports
4 P. M.
The secret ballot was adopt
ed this afternoon by the Re
publican convention, the min
ority report of the Committee
on rules being adopted.
The report of the Commit
tee on Platform was presented
by 'Chairman Castle and the
report adopted as the plat
form of the convention.
Following the adoption of
the platform John. Wise moved
for the appointment of a com
mittee of three to provide the
votinn booths and prepare the
ballots for the convention this
Nominations were then de
clared in order and amid re
sounding cheers Col. Sam
Parker nominated John C.
Lane for Mayor. The nomin
ation was seconded by, George
Charles Hustacc was nom
inated by E. A. Douthitt which
carried the suggestion to the
convention that Hustace was
carrying the backing of the
so-called Andrews faction.
The nominatoin was sec
onded by W. W. Harris.
Tho cnrefulh-lnld plans of the
i'oiirlli DUttirt delegates, who want
ed to sou it. W. llrechons scnud a:
temporary and permanent chairman
of tlio Republican county and dis
trict convention, burn fruit last
night, the plan progressing smoothly
to a successful conclusion.
Ilreckous was lauded lu the chair
by a vote that Is Interpreted in
ueaPly ull quniters to mean that
John I. a no will have nil easy time
of It for tho mayoralty nomination.
W. W. Harris, tho other candidate,
was outdistanced, polling only 47
voles to the 107 for Ilrecknns.
Tho s.iuin division that v silted 13
boo llrccknns in tho chair i c,onsld
cicif as n'most Milldly for Lnne,
while tho Hustiiia supportcm nro
(onaldeied to lnne shown their
strength Inst night when they cast
their ballots for W. W. Hauls.
The orgaultatloii nf the (inven
tion was expeditious, and tlieie were
no apparent ilfu In Hie harmony
Unit was general Inst night.
Wont to Woik,
The iiiestiiii of adjournment until
iiflei' the Teriltiuhl contention pin-
mil Killed n pint rui in Monday, was
Hiki'ii up nn the siali'iiieiil uf Chair
lll.lll lliei liiuu mid ,. Cnokii, bill
ill" Mini Inn fur iidjuiiiinneut until
11... i.l,... ...,.u ...I... I .llllA... 1.. ii lit. Mil
Mild d.el.hH nmMllr.Mhf wiiie
Ill mliwiilbiii IwIiih ll4tultully
III (skin ul pii'dlli llh Uj.il WWJjC
Pi MIIUilHtlllilUlt lod AiWlllltllil'
rfJUlllMUIi'lll W4 UlmH UHll
.lYhl t. I III. HIII'WH wmu
mYmi (. iin ittuwH wwftt iwu HtMi rw i m M' "
mi i twiiu ijmihi HHdWtf ihjw nm ssm yw i i"
Rules Committee Fails To Agree And
Minority Will Report For Absolute
Secrecy In Nominations
Tlir nlleniit of the Ceiniiilllce nn Unlet of the Itepnliltriiii Ciiiiicn.
Hun In reach an agreement on the man hit nf Imllollin; for candidates wu
iniHiiirehsiiii iiik iiioniiiiir. limn
noon a iiilnnrll) repurt will he tiled
fur llif M-rret liallol, mid the riniirnllnu nlll then he cxpecled l rcRNIrri
Its o'dlllon nil the iplistlon liy lull
I'olluwlug the i (port (if the Committee on Itules nml I'l.ilform Hie
iniiiilu-ftloii of u .Major Is next In order.
If the recommendation f flit- Itules ('oiiiinlllie Is carried out only the
noinliiallon of Itcpri-M bt.ilhes nnd Senators Mill he postponed until Tups,
ib), lifter the Territorial roiiienlloii pro lit til (rules the part) platform.
The committee on rules was In t Ion shall nnnotinco tho final result
besslon this inorulug, and in tho! of such citndldatu ballot. A majority
routse of Its dolllinintlous n dlvlsloniot nil the delegates picsent and vol-
iiplie.ued on the rule III regard to lug, shall ho necessary for n ttomlna
the manner of balloting. The rule Hon."
In the draft llntf was lietom therom-j This rule was strenuously objevted
inlttee and which precipitated thoi to by Vlso und Knuo, of tho rom
ills iirslon rend as follows: ) tnlttee, who declared (hat they
"All balloting for candidates shrtll would have to fllo n mlimrlty report
bo us follows: Tho chairman of each 'o tho convention If tho majority
delegation, beginning with tho First! passed the rule.
I'reclnit, First District, shall rlso in J. I'. Cooke offered n rotnpromlso
his plnro and nnnounce tho vote of In hchnlf of tho majority, stipulat
es precinct for enclt candidate. At l"g that "the balloting shall bo so
the conclusion of tho roll call of pro-1 crot by precincts."
dp ts, the Mcrittary of the couen- (Continued on Paee 7.)
dates on the county nnd
ticket will he 111 full swing.
"The placing of llreckons In tho
chnlr as temporary nnd permarent
chairman shows thu strength of ''ii
Lane men lu tho convention," wn
tliu i liniment of nn exporiciued pol
IM.iii when tho oonvoiitjlon ud
Journ Inst night. "It surely lno!;s
Chireuco Crabbe, chairman of tho
county comiultten, called the coiimii
ttou to order, and Secretary Kit
Crawford of tho county commltlc
pioeeedcd with the work of cnlllng
tho roll. A few nhsautees we'o
noted, and Crabho thou stated Hint
thu convention's tlrst work would ho
the nomination and election of a
George Davis Immediately nomi
nated It. W. llreckons. declaring lu
a few brief nnd eloquent sentences
that with Ilreckous lu the chair, all
factions nf the party would ho unit
ed, and that with ills experienced
hand to guido them the delegates
would a compllsh their work with
much moro rapidity.
Ilieckons' nomination w-ns prompt,
ly seconded, and then J. A. Kennedy
pluced tho name of W. W. Harris In
nomination, stating that lie did not
possess the gift of language as Indi
cated by Mr. D.ivls In speaklng-for
Ilreckous, hut Hint It fell upon him
(Continued on Face 6)
ATKINSON MAY '
BE MADE CHAIRMAN
It Is probable that .lack Atklnsou
will he inude poimauent Chairman of
tho Terrltoiial Convention although
Jack himself says IhnUio wants none
of It .
Ill Inlklng over the matter this nf
11 1 n(. nn Atkinson said tluit he preferr
ed the HiHir of thu house us bo hud
tome things to say nnd that ueio Im
poiuint Oilier names have lieeil mciillnliod
ror Hie ihikIIIou but It appimiN Hint
Atkinson Is lln in ill uhii will bo iiiuil
lulled hii Hie I'laio ullhoMt HU Hon
About ulnnlenllm nf llic urn
iiiIkkiI In HiiwIh utpiv mir Is Hi"
nr,'"' '"' ' 'A "J "?"?.!
iHiii'iii lnw in umniHii on n
uiiif n Im HiIh ii lu lm
tmhi if it uniokniV nmli
miiu H llinii'MU'l wtW hi. 'ink
n a i i at
uie riiiiienilun ruiurnri tills iirier-
li) .Memhert UNe nnd Kane dcrliirliiif
A resolution was Introduced at tlu
contention lust night by Oscur Cox of
Wuliilua. reading as follows:
lln It Ilvsolv'il. That tho committee
on platform h liereby reipiesled to In
sert In tho platform tliu foloulug
plunks, to wit:
1. That tho waterworks of Honolu
lu should ho transferred to thu city
nnd county of Honolulu, with provi
sions to safeguard tho Interests of the
Territory relating in bonds issuod on
account of said waterworks.
2. That thu bell mail around the
Island Bhould ho relocated und nurn-
dnmlied, and tho principal streets In
Honolulu should be blocked or paved:
that tho orflcers of tho city and coun
ty should ho provided by the munici
pal government with Its own homo:
that moro lire stations should ho pro
ldcil, so ihtit tho Kiilmukl. Muuoa
and Kulllil stations would bo provid
ed with moro flru stations; that provi
sion should bo nude In order to get
mole bchooiliouses In tha Island.
3. In order to assist the nbmo
plans, the luherltHiito tux and tho
fees lor liquor licenses should ho
divided equally b 'tween tho .Terri
tory ami tho counties, the money to
ho used to pay Interest (in principal
or any loan which may bo muilo by
I We demand honest rlmduct of
public nfllca and huslnrssllkij ami ecu
mimical administration of public af
fair lu tho City ami County of Ho
B. Wo recommend tho purchase of
buildings of tho Aula I'urk block for
the enlntgement pf said park.
Attorney W. II Hnillli of llllo, cam
pnlgu inamiger of llio llepuhllciin
party mi lliiuiill mis iiiiioiik llio nr
rivals this niiiinlim lie will leiuiilil
hero for it few iius, ri'tiiruliiK to his
Iioiiki In llllo, lifter I lid itiljoiiinini'lli
id Hie llepiililliull Ti'illlUllul ivilltoll
By Wells Fargc
New Rate Effective Sept... 1st
i Include Reduction Of 20.
After seernl jenrs of effort tiie
Trade nnd finance Committee of tlio
Merrhnnls' Assnelntlou has secured a
reduction lu tlio Welts, mrsn rates be
teen tho mainland and llawull. Tho
new rates ere effective on Septctnher.
llio eirort to secure lower rates
I rom tlio corporation was nrst uniier-
tuKen two years ago nut It was not
crowned with success. Mr llrush,
manager of Whitney & .Marsh, brought
tho charges that prevail In Hawaii to
(AsS,K.alt-it I'nMH C.ll.lo.)
I1KL MON'Ti:, Citl,, Sept. 10. M.
II. Long well the Pacific C'jast cham
pionship for tennis singles nt the
courts hero today. Ho defeated Ceo,
DAILY SCORES OF
.i.ll II II 11 1. 1 In Coble )
SN I'ltANCISCO, Sept. 10. Tho
Mores in the big leagues' play today
AtiicrL'nu lloktnn :!, New York
0; lloston r.. Now York a; I'hlladel
phi.l II, Washington '2; Cleveland 2,
Detroit K,; St. Louis fi, Chicago 7;
St. Iills 7, Chlcngo 1.
Nntlonal lliooklyn 7, Philadel
phia 1': llrooklyu 7. Philadelphia 7:
New Yot k 0, lloston I ; New Yoork
II, llostntt 1; Chicago A. lMttshurg
A; Cincinnati 7, St. Louis H.
Standing of American League, Sept. 9,
New York 7.1
St. Louis 43
Standing of National League, Sept. S,
jCltlb. W. I. PcL
Chlrugo 78 35
Pittsburg r,9 Til
N"w York fi7 r,3
Philadelphia HI CO
Cincinnati 01 f.
llriKikln 47 7n
St Louis 17 74
lloston 40 Si
H0LDEN BEETS SWEETZER.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 10. lteu
lieu lloldeii of Yale today defeated
A. II Stveetxer of Harvard lu thu
iutenolleglntu tenuis match for rot
BLAZE OF CABNIVAL 0L0RY.
I Awns l.ll,l 'IM I'iiMi )
HAN I'ltANTIrICO, Sept. 10 Alh-
XI Ii m and a regatta wore the thief
features nf toda)' inilllVHl pin
Kliipi. Tim Ihllil dny hiii) Hie car
nhHl Mill wind up iMiilghi wiih h
iiumI elHliiHHle Mini iimuiilhnenl !'
llll'Hl lliplsr UHll MtHlll MH
Hm MiH'is hmi lh diHelHi kill ul
l he tin
II up lu Ilk HMM k lhltk. Ibwl
util) km hnmH In HMcS $mmk In Im
fMWV bMt I ( JM WMIliM It) UJkl ktt
' im 4, . .
the .attention nf the Wells, Pnreo ol
IlCes In Kan Franclsio nnd Now Voe
while ho wnii on tho mainland.
The charges luivo receded tho'pl
itculur iitteiitlnu of the ( omlnllten7
Tnido und Klnalieo of the Merchnir
Association and It Is stated that nil
(result of their effort it leiluctlotifa
approximately twotity per cent If
been made, f
i The reductions will bo a deeldw
boon to the local ImisIiivm people ttiti
others who make rreiilient use of tl3
Wells Kurgo service. J
Ship Will Be Fumigated and
' Proceed as Usual on
Chief Quaraiitlno Olflccr Dr. lln!
mus received u wireless tolegraTt
front Dr. (Iraco of llllo thin mornliS
stntlng.that the quartermaster tukeS
olT tho Bteamshlp VMheludpa onihej
arrival atllllo wan fonniV'to bo stifi
forlng from smallpox. "J
Dr. Humus states thai the steam,
er will he thoioiighly dlslnrccloIF,
nil tlioio on board vaccinated, mill
further disposition of tlio ship will
be idade tomorrow mclnlng. M
Tho Illness nftho quarterniastoj
created quite a fitrftip ut'Hllo Tlta
ninn was taken lll'shortly alter tl
arrival of tho ship nt.that port. IHJ
was first thought to bo In a lltl
Later tho doctors annotinrcd that ha
was suffering frofn'.sniallpox. Tlio
next morning lls given out that
It was a rase of smallpox, "Niyl
tomes tho confirmation of the orlgs
Innl diagnosis liy Dr. Craco. :;jji
As tlu man was n quartermaster!
he did not mix with the nrsNc'lSl!
luissi-iiKt-rs ot me snip, null iuoikuarr
ger of roiilaglqn Is very sllghtr!
tho sjime time, the 1'edernr onarniL-
tine ofllccts will enforce uverypl&hj
caution, and tho ship will he ltijtw-1
fe-tly sanitary condition whRrTAin!
resumes lier regular schedule ttfMlbhil
iwrt und Snn I'ranclsco. It fs'yto.tj
prooauie turn tue vainer will no
GAVE HIS ORDERS
....... ....v .,- n- ,,i,- 1,11,
to heat. That's that man TowaisVS
This Ik the stntcinent lln tTatulodti
was overheard to mako In a streut
rurner talk with 1
This was the way lit which stuno'bt'l
the furies nf the illstetit unit iniiii-l
ty (iiuMintlnii are, op-'ratlpg und It ?m
ohlltlllul hv bolilH III ii,nrnh,,nt uli,i (aV
doing Hie husluoiMt nf Andrews nudy
It u further ('aimed that Andrews'
and liiiirsiidi.iii weiu in roiilereui'o
III Douilillrn olllie lust nlgtit till ft, 5
ti'iloik nr uflei, and thill ieplli tl'M
fmt Hint Duulhltt hail oi Iiiiiih1y J
disclaimed n ruiine. iiuu wit It llift.i
llMlfmuUuii ,Vi.,lr. sihema uf lidtlN
Hi he l Wiiilitiiu liaiiil ItrHlliyivJ
I hem mi Hm liuiulliullillis
lit ami I Utlts iitkal T
1 " ' ' " II.1 1 1 I HHllll I ii