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F.VEN1NQ mtM,ETlN, HONOLUMJ. T. .. SATURDAY. SEPT. 10, 191
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THE JOHN BOLtMAN CO.
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Some men roll their
own cigarettes for
economy notice the
cost of Obak.
Some because of the
pleasure of rolling
but observe the trouble
that Obak saves.
Others because they
think they get better
tobacco but just try
. ". i
OBAK speaks for itself.
(Continued from I'nirc 1) '
Tills was not E.ul.Uactniy, and In
the effnit to reach wmn sort of nil
agieuiuent, it leccis was tnl.cn lit 11
uVNick in noon
The (oiiimlllce nilniitlty wants the
balloting ,ie It was last year, the
cli.i 1 1 m:i M of each precinct dropping
III" i election (( his delegation lulu
a ballot hut, mi i'rlul announce-
Heading of Territorial plat-
form and adoption of same
Nomination of three Senators
for Island of O.thu. I
Nomlnatlnn of short-term Sn '
Division of convention Into
district convention nominal-'
Inn Mx Ilcpresenlntlves cacti,
18. Itepolt of district conventions fjcw COUTiCS ai)d AtltlitiOIIS
of result of mirli olo tlou. . . . fnne a.,
19. Appointment of county row ulu UflCS Art
NIGHT TENNIS WILL
The new near ut l'unaliou will
'Ltait .Momlay inornnif; at !) o clock
CTADT IID AT MAMDA' uvjmi iiuiiia. i nu njjr win
alAnl Ur A I IYIANUA ,,u Vim chapei unii win u fully
. oiii-.i wliu (fgisirutioii mill tn
iikiiiI U'iib Hindi- miJ alMOlllli) Be- ()W LillllpS QfO Doillg GrCfit b.uii.nti i.T the fc:iiuol inaililuer)'.
Uu iither ntle.i the roniinlttoo wan
practically utianlmoiiH. The oriler
of liomlimlloiiB wiir disposed of h
the inemlierH recommondlni; t lint nil -
Woik and Flickering
At l.otli Hit; (oiii'kh nun the pie-
paiuluiy (or hoiiiv na iihW and old
Liuili-nu have heeii niaklni: arrnnge.
I Ini'iitH for the )cnr. .Monday will he
Wfctrlc light lentil will he In lilll.tlie hntr day fur I'relslrutloii. Kveri-
loiiriinient ho taken after the noinl-RHnn an.iln and out on the Manoa ' thltiK l In nhape for the opening,
nation of tlio Ltrnlght iiiunty tlokut,' coilrtH there will he Mime excltliiK ml tl). ()lp mm die of the week the
Seiiatom mill Heprerentativeit helliB mntulio before Ioiir. On Thurmluy i..i,ji will l,n inriiin h.ihi.Ii-
noiillliaim on niesuay ioihihiiik uiu.iiikiii lour iiiuyem uirinu up. nnu
adoption of thtf platform by the Ter- Koine good tetinU wiih played. Tim
illorlnl convention on Monday. now- llBt Uit !" heen limtnlled In
The Hi st rule that will he report- very satlBfailoty, and the cam.,- ail
ed favorably by the committee this "'1 ' "lu" Iniproml now that the
.. .. . .. . ...... ..... tllf-l.i.rlllir of the liitmiR In Hltitilieit
aiieinoon ni ; ociock. wncn uiu, ----- ...!" . . '. . .' i-eni.., l-.i.n,..i. ...lu.- ..,... n..
A loiimniiiiini ix ueitiK tniKtu ot nnn - " --.- ...-
iih tho Hall cup lb nlso to he played "" J' '' of, K"BHli llteta-
for thin month, there will be plenty t""' "'' """"li llj.irathu readliiK.
of tennis Boon. Tho coiirtn liue it. 1 1 rtoni' Iniportnnt clmnue lu Ilia
been oecnpled lately, but (here tin oiuinerclal ile'paitmeut will alto bo
Some addltloiiH In the eon rues are
planned. It In hoped now that the
iidvnnted coil mi lu llngllsli for
lliadnntea will he Blven (his )enr
by MIbu 1'iwtor. This toiirie Is a
ouventloli couveiien, irovldes that
'all candidates upon helUK nominat
ed for olllee. before ballothiK there
on, shall be required to rlre ill the
convention and pledge tliemdvi'S to
8iiiport the platform, principles and
nominees of the Republican party
and to abide, by the tcBiill of tho
convention. Then com en the flccoud
lulo on the hallotlnn. which pro.
ihiced the dlvUlon, the third rule
"Wheie lnotn than Onn cnndiilntn
Ic to he nominated for an office, such
iib supcrvlBors, reuatnrs or repiehen
tatlve, no inlidlilate shall be declar
ed nominated until he nhall obtain n
majority of the votes of ull the dele
I'.iites present and Noting, and If, at
the conclusion!! of the flritt ballot,
the leiiulred number to he nominated
do nut obtain such n ru'ijorlty vote,
the (halt man of the convention shall
declaro nominated thuhu who do ob
tain such majority vote, mid fur
tlier ballots be ordered for the re
mainder to ho nominated until the
eutlto number Is thus nominated."
The fourth rule provide: "All
vacancies nrlslni; from resignation
or other causes of candidates nomi
nated b this convention shall ho
lliled by n majority vote of the coiiu-j
The procedure of Hie convention
recommended by the Miles commit
tee Is as follows:
1. Iteport of committee on' rules.
'J. Iteport of tommltten on pint-
Nomination of mayor.
Nomination or county sheriff.
Nomination of county attorney,
Nomination of county clerk.
Nomination of county auditor,
Nomination of county treas
Nomination of county super
visors. Nomination by districts of clop
Adjournment until Tuesday,
September l.'l, at 2 p. in,
Convention called to order by
permanent chairman on Tues
day at III a. m.
Itotl call of delegates,
been no tournament play for
Athertnli Hlclmrdx has slarted to
practice aKnln, mid ho will soon lie
In tiptop fm in. Tho embryo cham
pion holds the Wall cup at present
mid, as he Intends takliiK up the Mil
liylni; came more In future, there Is
no tellliiK how far he will i;et In tho
Diirini; tho forenoon today n llnal
n'leetliiK was held In the ullice of (!ov
crnor Krear between Secretary Motl
Smith nnd the military and naval olll-
clals who will liuvu charge of recelv
The plans of the year call for hie
thliiKs In the music department. The
courses lu harmony and slght-read-Intr.
which were so much enjoyed
Inst year, will be continued, i Tho
usual pi hate lessons In music will,
uf co u I ne, he given. Blncvthe urart
Iiik of the music tourre, and the al
lowance of work In niiislr to count
towards a, diploma, the Interest in
this department lina been steadily
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Tho nsslstnnt minister, Mr. Kber
r.ole. will preach ' Sunday morning.
In tho evening at 7:30 the annual
Iiik I'rlnceTsal lisun when he arrives! Salvation Army service will he held.
on American shores,
The plans outlined throo days ngii
were perfected and everjllilui; Is now
In reaillmss for cnrrylng out mi Im
posing reception to the Chinese pot
entate when he arrives.
He will be in Honolulu Into Monday
afternoon or early Tuesday mnrnliu;
.Mrs. Major Willis will give the prin
cipal addtess, taking for her sub
ject "Salviition Army Wnr Bchoes."
Major Willis himself will speak
briefly on 'Tho AriiD's Work In
The male quartet, consisting of
I'hlllp Hall, first tenor; Arthur Wall,
I croud tenor; Stanley Livingston,
111 4 base; and Ceorge llrown, second
It ban been decided that the wren, base, will slug nt both services.
race that waB chedulej for tomorrow i The lllhle school--Kd. Towse. su- .
bo positioned till some future date porlnteiulcnt -will meet at Situ,
The' bad weather has raised the sea a Tho Christian Kndeavor meeting1
lot nnd It was thought better to putnt C::i0 will be led by (leorgo Paly.
and will be received with military and
civil honors as his station demands.
off tho rncn for a week or so,-
t . ,
N. Fernandez uf llilH-cltv-whu.hii
been visiting on Hawaii for a few
works letiirncd today, highly plensol
with what he had seen on tho big
Tho longest and blithest r'ahlowar
lu Iho world Is in Argentina, travers
ing twenty-four jnillosT of jnountnliis
nt liiighlHCvnrying from 32.VJ to about
Anything of value bought for rash.
Address or call 111" Kort street
The subject Is a question "1'rouit
' A'rordlal luvltntlon Is hereby ex
tended to all who have no other
chinch connection to attend these
rervlcen at Central Union. "Come
thou wllh us, wo will do thee good:"
THE SALVATION ARMY.
There." will bo nil ovenlng Indoor
service, ns the divisional otllcers are
conducting the meeting at the Cen
tral Union church nnd the corps of
ficers and soldiers will he In attend,
unco after the open-air meeting,
which will ho held nt CMS p. in.
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