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Nippon Maru . . .September 11!
For San Francisco:
.Muuchutla September 12
Zealahdla September 10
'Mnrama September i:i
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ESTABLISHED 1882. 110. 4721.
Committees Appointed This Morning
And Delegates Then Adjourn For '
Tho1- Republican Tcrillnrlal Ton
pillion wan called In order In t ho
Ofplii'iun Theater tills morning nt
10:30 by A. I.. C. Atkinson, chair
iiiiiii of tlio Torrltcirl.il Central Com
mittee, ami proceeded iinnicilf.ttoly
with Iho work of orgaul7ntlnn,
Clarence Cralilio was named tempo
lary chairman and Alficd Cooper
trniporary secretary; this orgunlz.i
linn of llio convention probably be
ing mado peimanent tonight, when
the cniivcntlun reconvene nt 7:30.
Throo rommlttpitD wcic appointed, '
consisting of elcieu members p.irli,
Tim rules cnmmlltm was named first,
the personnel being ICdmund Hart,!
Willla niKnluiiktnl. A, L.
II. f. Ilowbilrsri'. Cofrca.
William Kwal Pong, V. N Madge,
lsnac lona, C. (Ircon, John Jeiita, A.
. The committee on rules conslatB nt
Carl Smith, II. S. Itlclcnrtl II. Atnnn.l
A. T. Tavarea. A. II. Carlny, II.
Ilnogs, l.lm.1 Kaliauaele, A. S. Ma
liula, II. C. Adams, (1. II. Iluildy and
J. II. K. Knlwi. I
Tlin roMiiulltee' on platform con
lIkIk or C. II. Ulce, JuiIro Kapalipp,
Cenrgv Watt, I S. Conness. Desha,
W. Ilonnlng, y. It. Farrlngton, V.
N. Thompson, A. V .Iiuld and i:. N
Continued on Paire 4.
M LARGE ENROLLMENT AND
MANY PUPILS TURNED AW
Innovations Include Courses
Through Correspondence hy
College of Hawaii.
The school caiB eomnieiires today
.and ouo or I It Imitnitunt ImiovatloiiH
this e:tr In uiliieallonal elides In tlio
cslnliMsliliU'lit of a coriespundence do-
r-nrtn i In tlio College or Hawaii.
the suhjectn to In taught liy this me
thod Including tolls and eiops, plant
lite, poultry and domestic husliitiilry.
doinestln science and semilog).
In announcing the new courses the
rVlauaijcr Shiraishi Vouches for
the Report of Split With
Having nit hoard a nuuiher of ills
1 1 mitllH Iii pawengeiB, and i,irr)lng
In the Dilepl a lnrK uoilmeiil nf
I'ciM'ial iihh, roiikliined in the .lap-
aiiMe pll CIllllHM' IiiiuIumm hull',
llm MWIJIllllli Xi)siri Mum. I'rfpiHlli
II, RtHllli. HnhHil litis woiiilim
IliWI IH 'rnmi, uinl li HI ii'rlwik
VltIB lltHIIlilt' Hl lMkH Hlmil Xllt'
will lVf l"i Yokohama nl I" a w '
IlitrlWii lh tuiilH imp lioui 4u
I'lllHillt'l i JJIWHt"" IIIU'I I'Hivil
I4i nil uuill4 WMUlhn unJ "irnudii
l9mllwi m Hp II)
Kololwini; Is a picllmlnary drart or
a platform for the Toi i lltirtnl Cnuicn
lion. It will he picpeuted nt a liupl
lug or tlio I'onmiltliv on plalfnini nt
2 oVlnck IIiIh nficitiiioir.
Mri.vslx jcaiu ngn tint ltcpiilill-
ran party-r-.ime Into existence, dcdl
Cut'd mining olhtjr linrpOHpsiililho
great taik of arresting tjip oitenslun
or human slaveiy. IuMSfiO It'electiMl
Its llm luralilciit. During tlility nl
tlio fitly jcura whlrh lmo cltpsocl
i.inre the electlim of Atirahnin l.ln.
coin Hie Itepulillcnii paity lias held
complete ciiutitil or tlio Roverninent.
Kor eighteen fciore of the firt jears II
lias held pull.il emiliol. HirniiKli Hid
kiw Minn of one nr mniu hiaachc.i
or the giiioinmcnl. )lille Iho Demo
cintlc party, during Hie same period.
Jim had eiimplcle eontiol for onl)
two ents. This long tenure or Her
by the Itepiililleiui p.uly has com
(Continued on Page G)
following Is said liy colleRo autlioil
"Tlio guide of Instrticttou In these
Milijeets will ho In nccoiilanco with
the uhlllty and atlalumcnlR of thu stu
dents. Htiideiils taking utiy sutijcct
liy corresiKindeiiec shall ho not less
than llfn en jears of agu and shall not
at the lime of tuklng the coiiise lie
In attendance at school.
"lust i net Ion lu the subjects men
tloneii will he glM'H liy wtltleii les
sous or assignments, (lip st input re
turning n willlcn leport on each les
con or assignment nceoidlug to tlio
(Continued on Paci 5)
Alleged Chinese Ganihlcrs Arc
Dicharged for Lack of
'Illlltii'll aliened Hilllllileis elo
Kallimoil In h ('hie' Mclmm lai
nlMllt ami, as the men Hie all well
klinwii I'lilliesn ihei'ii was nun h Imi.
hI ihimn In the mallei thU nun iilnu
ul llin Hilfe riillll Til' IMIiMm on
llln KMlDNilnr illil lint III nil Hie del. nl
Hills Mini i 111 le Hit H smile us miiiii
ill Ihi'ill Jllelisl Hie Mill fill'
II W llliekolM upH'Ml p, i iln
ilili HdilMI uml U lliown iio i
mini In.lK' Alolijl. Imlt'liul lo He
. ihh mi .io tin a lid Ho I i i i" '
I'llHIi I 'i in i until I tin Mo ii I hi
UktMlliWd m YiV fit
PAQES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY
An overwhelming vole gae John
C. Latio the iiomlnatlou of mayor
'on the llcpuhllcnii tk'Ket at thu
County niiil Olutrlrt ConxPiitlnn
nuiiiruny. untmes lluslnco Jr. belngi'ouventloii iinlnstructed. There was
defeated by a utn of 133 to Sfi. at first some opposition In tliln, but
r.. i . ... i
i no noiiiiiuuion or i.anu was prac-
llcnlly n roicgono con luslon, as
siiiieii in me iiu not in, from!
mo lime iii.il It. YV, llieckons was
elected temporary nml permanent
mailman or mo comontliin against
. . Harris, geneinlly conceded tot
be n Huslaco man. The election of
Ilrcckous was n clear Indication of
tho stiength of tho Latio men In the( South Illlo should sole.ct olio nml
convention, and thlB was shown with North Hllo tho othor candidate for
llnallty, Haturdny night, supervlmr for North and South Hllo.
John Calhcait was.. mado tho .Affonso contended that there waB no
unanimous choice or tho convention rulo to that effect, but Senntor
for lenumlnatlou ns lty and roun- drown announced that he would sup
ty nttoiney. No other candldalo ,lnrt hut one candidate, nml that
nppeaied on the scene, and the would be Lewis. Thorn was consld-
iiitiirman was instructed to cast a ernble debate, mid llnally Sllvn with
ballot iceordlng Iho uunuluious drew his motion, and Lewis was de
rlliilco of tho loiiveullou for tho nf-'rlnreil the elmlee of the nreelnrl.
Il.o of city and county atloitie).
Andrew Cox was mimlnaleil ror
shetllT. heating his oppu t, (Mi.-1,,,,
lain Hubert IMilccr, ,y (, wile, of
117 in 03 I'.Mke,'. Minim,! .,.,.
.-l to in, ciisideiatiH sltoiiHor Ihitu
""' ,ni' Mieiiid inn as ll was,
(Coiiilminl no MK nt
OF HAWAII, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 1010. 12 PAGES.
Want North and South Hilo
Represented in the Board
of County Fathers.
AUSTIN WON 0.UT
Debate Galoic Maikcd the
Proceedings - Candidates
Turned When They Were
(h-'l'M-ll! II (1 n (VriThiM,leiii'.l
llll.O, Sept. 1. There were wunc
uxietdlngly warm caucuses In thu
IICo town and the Wnl.ike.i precincts
hot I'rlday eienlug, mid theie Is now
I'liiiKlderahle soienru on the part of
tin- oIlleo-seekeiB who did not meet
with miii ess. .
I. lu the Hllo Juwi) irPt:flicl'io'del-
eg.itps lie ided on motion hy I.on
hatdt to adopt the unit into. Ca
in Inha ohjected In tills, hut secured
no sti)poit, and tlio motion carried.
The main light occurred when tlio
matter of deciding on a candidate for
Representative came up. Theio wero
tlireo suggested, namely, Vakco Oso
i l(i. Ilornard Kelekollo and (1. V, At.
ioiipo. it was decided to name a
III et, ami a second choice, and on the
llrst hallnt the vote stood as follows.
Otorlo, C; Kelekollo, 3; AfTotiso, 1.
A second hnllot was taken to decide
'liolrtcpii Kelekollo ntid Affonso, for
Ifecoud place, and Kelekollo won liy
getting seven Kites, while Affollso
. polled onl) thiee.
There was also a contest ror tlio
o 111 id of supervisor, Austin ami Ca
in Inha being the contestants. Aus
tin won out hands down, getting nine
VJites to one for Cacrluhli.
The following other candidates
,veie plated: Sheilff, Sam 1'ua;
county attorney. W. II. Ileors; tr'as-
urer, Charles Swain; county clerk,
.Inliu Kai: senator. Antone IVrnan-
lei. The olllioof county auditor
.vas left blank.
After the caucus Cahriuha protcst-
The Walakea caucus was still mora
ey. ITrst n regular precinct
meeting wns held, at vlilrli the del
egates expressed lliolr thanks for
their elcrtlon. It was moved by
Cuard and seconded by Ilolinenberg
the delegation be sent to tlio
this was eventually withdrawn, and
the motion carried.
Immediately after tho precinct
meeting, tho delegates held a can
cub, all being present with tho ex
ceptlon of Filler. Tho main light
centered on the supurvlsorshlp. I).
Bllvn uomlnateii Lewis nml Cain Inha.
itnsn mnini ii.i. i, tli ,.r,in,i thnt
uo tried to gel In fho name of
, liohiipnheig'iiiid his own, but later,
t,,., ( i,lr t,n ll.lo lu favor nr
.uMlll. Imt wns uiuuecewfiil. I
.,., WUi nimt ,, , ,,..
nlioul the. holm for the Iiiim. Iih
iiuiniinntsl Vasen (bmrln mill a ilatk
linim whom he illil mil uml.e hiinwn,
bill SffiiHi won inn
Tilt) is'l ul Mm eamlliliilM dwidsd
oil W 1'ie il follows is IU I III'. Ilswlll;
rlifilK I'ii.i iieis Kill, lituiiir
H iln rtloiio Uvvif, HiPtllur
Mi wiiNi ts-1 Mi )ir lusii itlwul
lifliili AiluHl 1. .ilMl4 lu Hlliit'
Sept. 12. State
elections are being held today lu
Maiuo and Arkansas, Arizona Is
alHq elecllllg Its ijelexates to the con
Arkansas Is euiuedeil to the Dem
ocrats. fJreat Interest centers on
the Maine election, as tlio Democrats
have made claims of having mado In
roads on the Republican forces with
their candidate for Oovernor.
Returns rcieUed up to this hour
show that Congressman llurlelgh f
the Second Congressional District
and Congresinian (luernsey of tlio
I'lrst Congressional District have
been reelected. They nro Republi
cans. Tlio Legislature to be chosen
today will name tlio successor to
Unltd States Senator Hale.
Returns Indicate that the Republi
cans will carry tho whnlo State,
though maorltlps may he reduced lu
tlio Congressional districts once rep
resented by C. K. I.lttlelleld and tlio
late Thomas II, Itecd.
TAFT WON'T PARDON
SUGAR FRAUD WEIGHERS
i ' '
(AKHoolnlid Press Ciibln,)
NT.W YOIIK, Sept. 12. It was
learned hero today that ('resident
Tnft has refused to pardon the sug
ar weighers w)io wero convicted In
conne-tlon with the frauds porpetrat.
ed by tlio Sugar Trust,
TEST AIR SNIPS
IN GAME OF WAR
CAxftnrlatril 1itkn t'.lMr.)
Nil Vll.l.ir.RS. Prance. Sept.
12. S)l.l) tlioiuau I tioops of tho
rrcncli army have assembled mr an
nual maneuvers. One of tho Inter
esting features of the event will be
the work of the aviation niulllary
that will test tlio usefulness of tho
latest air machine In tlio art of war.
BRIGANDS CAPTURE STEAMER.
(Asmxi.-itetl Pn h Cable.)
HARRIS, Sept. (.2.- llrlgands dis
guised as passengers have seized a
Russian steamer, killing the owners
and wounding many of the passen
gers and crew. The people on board
wero robbud, and the pirates made
their escape. A Russian gunboat has
been sent lu pursuit.
CHOLERA DEATHS 0R0W.
l.HHOclat(d lriHH Ciilde.)
ItOMH, Sept. I2; Olllclal reports
show that the deaths from cholera
nro I iu i easing and the area of Infect
ed districts Is wider.
TAFT IN BOSTON.
(Aswirlatiil l'ress Cllile. )
HO.HTON, Sept. 12. .I'resldent
Tnft was In this city today to nttenu
tho funeral of tho lato Rollcltor
KK analysis, 1 2s, r,d.:
i r i -id.
lien lomh mriTiinAv
,I)H .SNIlf.l.lW Aim Jl-Mm y
, )w) ,,,,; rfI.ilfVl.. li'nr
nu humlmllh hhllnlHy .HnJ.i In
Hm imi.I or ihH ititUi i)uakr biui ai
Wliliiler I'KD ilcwinlmiU, nmmm
1 1 hem i riHii nrHiU'hlldiHH, lflKl
hei culm llln its
'H'i mhiIi ipliHi ul Hie pliiilc lubl '
luiilnli) Mf oh Mi'k iw eat
'"' Inn U"l
i Mi .-liii'pii Oil In i Ullmi Ihwl
lu b IIIIH Hi ill MU untie !lll l
till 'HI' I hi iil IM lllllll ll IP
U4t illlll II ISIr Sk'l
"I Am Republican'
Says Robt Parker
Clear Cut Declaration Of De
feated Candidate Sets All '
Doubts At Rest
"I want the public to know that I
stand lor the Republican ticket. I
shall work lor Its success during the
campaign. I shall not accept u nom
ination lrnm nny other party."
This statement was made this
morning by Cnpt. Itobert l'nrkcr to n
Ilulletln man, owing to tho many
false, stories thnt hnvo been going tho
rounds since Parker wns defeated ror
the nomination ror County ShcrllT on
the Republican ticket.
"I halo been offered the nomination
for Sheriff on the Home Rule ticket.
I shall not accept It I have been
urged to run as an Independent can
didate. I shall lint inn Independent')
NAMES OF CHINESE PARTY
Conference This Morninci
Perfected Plans for
'Il'l 1UHV Of uhlc-ll I'lllirn Tann
Hfiiii Is the he id and whirl, will m.
rle In Honolulu tomorrow morning
Is compose,! of eight (iiptnlus of the
Chlneso ntixy besldos an admiral
coiuicllloi of the roielgn olllco nml a
Naine ol tile n.irtv unn, riexlvit
rrom the Manchuila last night at the
Charges His Wife With
Today Dr. Victor Norgaarct Hied
his cioss-llbel lu illume tiom Ills
wHe, Nlcoleua Tyson Norgaaid,
charging that she has been guilty of
habitual Inteuiperaiuo from the ex
cesslvo use of Intuxlcntlng llipiors.
In his libel he asks that hor libel
against him bo dismissed, thnt he bo
granted an absolute divorce, and, he,
given tho custody or tho minor son,
I'iuiicU Tyson Norgaanl, uged nliout
Hill teen jeuis.
This mortilug a motion was denied
hy Judgu Itohlnsou, mado liy Attor
ney Aiultews ''for Mrs. Norgaard,
that the doctor suppl) her with a
hortti and buggy lu oier to take Hie
boy out for exercise In tho open air-
Attorney Douthltl, leprosontliiK
Di. Not Haiti 'I, ulnlcil In thu coin I
that he was going to aK for a r
I in 1 1 ii it In Hid amount of Ituuporary
lillmotiy KCHUtnl, as the doctor euuld
mil iluiw Ills Niluu f i inn Hie Tni
lor) mi Hccmim of the apprnprlmitiii
friim whlib he wo Mid Ulu
1)1 lbs Tu,UIMI,lttt,aii,INM lUltlll Of
uiii isiiimiiftl lu imii liilii lb
uurfNs i mi it irsr limn Hi I'ullid
MhIvi, lull I per illil i uws4 im win
lllilpal pill(Mifi.. n H, Mill loWV!
i ml In in "in ioi lulk-iibHi
II l mi Hm lnitlb fm ltluHi mi
iiwi" milium imui iu titiiwliMUMi
PRICE 5 CENTS.
I shall support the whole Republican
ticket I hne 'shaken hands with An
drew Cox mill congratulated him on
his nomination I shall york for his
election, nml tho election of all-others
on the Republican ticket. !&
"All Ibis talk about my defeat be
ing caused by Kaea voting for mo lH
nonsense AMiy, Knen tutccl Tor Lamj
nml lino was nominated Knea voted
ror me nml I wns defeated. ,Knoit'fl
vote wns not what did Its? Tlict major
ity of the conientlon went against inn
That's nil right 1 have mi hard
wilrds 4 n say of an)ime Please malcn
It clear to the peoplu that I am gond
ii U.r the Republican ticket." 'I
BY CONSUL LAST NIGHT
Impsrlal Chinese consulate liy wlro
, lo mid have been transmitted to
iSceretaiy Mott-Smlth who Is lu
, chnrge or tho plans or reception
! Ilesidet the 1'rlnco there am In tho"
I patty Admliul Sail. Hon Chow Tzcf
Clil. councillor or tho foreign OlUce,
Captains Tsu Vu Vlng, Tseng yu
Uliang. Chi Chen Peng. Tslng Tsu Yl,
l.ln Poo I.un, Kcng Slice, Chan Iln
l.ln and Iac Tsu Ho, nnd Taotot
Chang Pu Telng
Another meeting was held in tho
olllco or Roicruor Treat IhU.jmoinfng
(Continued on Pace 4)
Healani Crew Think That
Other Boat Should Be
Used in Race.
As Paul Wlthlngton will be unublok
tnget down to the llealanl boat club"
again for some time. Haloid Dilling
ham has decided to coach tho fresh
men for the balance nt thu week '
Dillingham will probably steer tho'
fret-lime n In their rare, ami ho will
be of great assistance tu tho oarv
There Is n inntter that Is exerrls-
I UK tho member of the llealanl club.
.mil that is tho fact that tho Myrtles
may possibly use tho "Alf. Rogers"
boat. This rralUwas i hanged from
a rour-ribir to a slx-oar boat, and Is
comldortilili (aster on tjio turn than A
the biHlt thst tho lleiilanls will uso.n
Tim ".Myitis" is Mid in lie tlio lmati."i!
that should Im used Id the Myrtla? I
imui, una llian the lure will ho mnrjvF
The ueiiiil nnWil will bo down this'
-Iiu ... .. .....I ......I. ....., . u.. I..t!. . "
spin me liHifcsil forward tu Tiv (ha.
up, hiiuii. mil, riiir KlllHl irilllllliu
lutniis or Iho spin i wlio'-grViTiiwh In
whuIi the moil st wwk.
Tim 4mhbi Mul um,.u i,, a wul by
sun hi His Mr!' hums r U
I'HHwl tut until yer l
ti I im.mitf.uiw lit an iMBMbl
iuulihni miri, wltM
UlU, tlltf UUIiSiltfkllllkM.
INHo IHllHIl lllir Ul)lflit g 1