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Slorr.i September 21
Muraniu October II
Mnktirn , .October 1 1
Mr. Merchant you can make your
name and policy bo well known
through BULLETIN advertmng that
you will not need to mention "bar
gain" or "prices" to fill your itore
Carries Merchants' Store News to 10,000 People Daily
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4725.
10 TAGES, HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTE5IBER 10, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TOURIST CROWD COMES
County Delegates '
Boss McCandless Has Every-j
thing In Readiness For
A caucus ana the oig.inlzatlini of
thri convention was tu fur u.t Hie
'Dcmocjata put this imiinliig toward
'JtInlr work or nominating their candl-
flat on Iho City ami County ticket.
V.. M. WntEiin was elected pi riii.c-
tent chairman of Iho convention, iho
only nlhei noiiilii.illon being llotram
1th cubing, Mayor rcrn' secretary. A
llalnK oti: was biilllcicnl to allow that
Watson was ileeteil to tho chair a!-
though It was wry cluso.
deduct caiit-iij nominations for
KupervlMiiial candidates were niaile
bcroro tho ennvcullon met at in o'clock
ami Itiillralcil Iho l.ivoilto iiHplranlu
finni Ihe I'limlti nut) r'lflh districts,
t-Tlio l'llllivillatiltJileleKalea appeal lcllefc liltlu' l a good nun to make
cl lii bo hoIIiI for nno slate, coiui'ftlib rim nirlrlic Hiranl ami he li sllll
poscil of l'lemmcr orvnUlui,IViicliecjJlii" Jhe5 lgh -with some proapeets of
ami I'etrlo. 'Iheio Ik not biicIi up-
pioarli lo a, rmnuion gplnloa In tho
NEXT YEAR WILL
That the national rlllo lihoot will
be held at Camp Perry,
U but OIIU
,.1 .'Oil 'H'1'"
.... ., ,,, iidu liliicu u-iiur,
more 5 ear, ami that .nun there will ., ,, ,, ,, , ,, ,
. I lloweer, the Hawaiian team did
probably bo thice national lunges, wcn ,t wla lwollty.bCcmllj t10
Is' the news brought back from tho'hK national shoot, with forty-tlueo
uialul.iud b .Major V. it. lllley, cap- teams competing. The Islanders got
tain of the Hawaiian team that com- a IkkI -tart at L'UO janla, hut at
pcted in tho big event a fow weeks
ago. Iloth pieces of news are of U. s. Infantry, tho team that won
mii'li Impoi lance to Hawallau rllle- llrtt pine. Ono of the men forgot
men. I the zero on his gnu, or the tealu
f After next jcar. says Major lllley, would have niado a much better
.tho Eh-ot will he hold further wc.t showing.
at Spaita, Wis. This nluvo Is 'ox- Jour J cars ago MajiiF lllley ndvo
pected to icsult lu tho'cb'lahll-lmcpt cated the e-tah1lhmeut of a range
of thice national ranges the nuo.nV lu Callfoiula, mid tho Idea was re
Camp Perry,' one at Sparta, and ono'vhcil this jear. He Is of tho opln-
Eomewhoro In California.
The Hawaiian team traveled 2100
miles further than any other team'
that ttok part lu thu shoot. Tliu
tc;urd It made was exceptionally
Unci in view" of tho length of tho
trip. If a rungo Is cstablUhcd In
California, tliu Ibhiuil team can rcacii
the ground without tho liicouvcnl-
encc of tbrco or four dajs on the Colonel Short, Major Itlloy und the
train, ami tho men will bo In much1 team are well Bltllcd with tho re-
better condition to bhoot Tho cx-'bultB.
Korean Assault Case Reaches
Final Stage Decision
'I his morning at the pollco court
another ti.min of the mii'li dls'-uaa-(d'lCiiiciin
assault and battery case
was staged befuio Judge Andrailc.
ami after nil tliu evldemo was III,
'ami hri lawyna had had tliclr say,
nil sviiii iik rlcir uh iiiud.
Vimii;, foiiuei' pollco olllicr, was
mwaullid nt Iho Korean society
liiniM) by Miniciilioof Hint Ilium Is
1111 ilnubi-, hii njf lii wclior VuiiK
IIHYP liliumir 11 lilui'lc mi' und hit
iilluoir fnnr IIiiimm mi His bfi'k f
lilt) lm4y, tliPrt) h iniiil. ,l Irani,
ilie Hllnrnoy !w tin ilHfniw miii
lO llllnb II (HMMIile fur nil thm
IlilUW l 1)V (tUtilWHMli Kill) iu
mwA m I'm 9) '
Bill 1 au
Kimilli. turnover, nml tliu ll3t of can-
dldalcs Hint will come hefmu Iho ton-
cntliin la rather iiiuiti'rcifiH.
.MtClell.m, now on the ll.r.ird. will
iinilriiliUilly ho iciiomlnatod. Two
oilier candldales who bliould expect to
poll a good convention volo-nro Hllva
niul Hubert I'uhiw rnslur. whom It
was hIhIpiI, bail withdrawn as' a camll
ilate boeaii.su of I lie liumlgi.itlou iilanli
as approveil by Iho !) mocr.it lo plat
i foun, was present at tho City anil
(futility rouoiilloit thin niotnlng and
stated thnt he was prepareil lu lake
the nomination If It were ofiorcil bliu.
"Oooily" Miiihp ha been ussmed of
some stiung Biippoil by many who
buccvmi. Two oilier candidates who
(Contjniicd on Page 2)
AMP TODAYS RILEV
1 -.hi i
pciilu of traveling will
1(;iii, unit 1IIU upiiuiiuuiii-s IUI1HU-'
0U nrils ecoied ri, which tied tho!
Ion that the War Department will
tal.o It up and tcttlo It favorably
Tho Hawaiian team niado a lino
Impression everywhere, and tho
, iiiembeis 011 the trip madu a big hit.
It was certainly u creditable bunch
of representatives that Hawaii Bent!1'1'" K!ll"e Unit will ho followed by a
1.. flm i,i,r uii.u.i nml t iimif,it
Notorious Prisoner Tells Story
Of Forget! Orders for
I.uul.liig iib deboiiulr as possible,
and cnlnilj admitting 011 oath that
hu had forged thu slguatiiiu of Dep-
utr Jailer llilrku or Oalm prison,'
Tin Soon, thu notorious prUouor
who escaped lo the Cuant and was
hioiigbt bail, by Hilly Woods, sat
In llm wltnewi lion ibis morning at
thu pullio limit.
,. , , , , ,, , '
Ihu cum, m which ' in Sihiii was
Klvliui uvldeiuu was Unit i.r I'uJI.
Wlln Ik e.llid Wl IWDlVlllK
Mulsii mioils. Tin Houii had iihlnln.,
en miit in Kiiiuii' iixi( rrnm nn-h-
fld k fa., nmrnlw (mm IMvIh (i
111 up mail piHwi8ti 10 in "-
DiHlNHHd ut j'uji mil) thr'
mmw m I'm K) I
BORN FROM BED
f Am'iclK'il Trias ',ilile V
rnWAItl). AJ.iil.ii, Sept. lfi. Of-
llmrp if thu rejourn- piiIIit linr nr.
hiving her i) today, report tho illscov-
cry of n new Iclaml In tho llogoslof
group. The Irland innio from mil
the co.i. rising from ceenty fathoina
during an earthquake that took
pl.nu on September 1.
TR AT)!? frPOW cl"" '"''K will '" 'lone to her. "" ,"MlU" '"'"oiince.l today thal.de- ;'"-xxvxaj-JLJ
VJXVVy VYkJ sinmlil Mire Smith attempt lo land ,1,u lllu "'lld "I H'o primaries. In niBiiy departments tho money
( nsivl.itil I'riHs (Mlilr )
WAilll'lNtiTOX, I). (', Sept. lfi
St.'lbtlcs Ihsueil toijay kIiow tint the
in . o.
1 niiiiijiiiit:- ni-ir,ibcii ai ior loiii.
1111 ler Iho new Inrlu".
( AkhocIiiUiI lll'lH OilMl.)
I'lUNCCTON, H. .7., Sept. 1C
I'reiblenl Wnodiow WIImiii unnouue.
ed today that bo will resign as pies.
llH-tjfi tUlui UUl.onltr lo niako tho.'
caiiv.icj for election-as. (ioturiior"iir
(AiM'kIuIiiI l'rVnk c'.ilili-.)
,J ST. l'KTKIIHIltillU, Sept
Cholera has appcarWiirsiherl'a mw!
along t1i()iaiii)iliJiV bl.riler. '' ''
SAN KltANCISrO, Sept. 15.
Ilcels: SS analjulK, U's. 0 3-ii.; par-
It, l-fiUc. Previous quotation, Us.
1 1 I'd.
Barry's Beauts "Will Tackle
'Munniwr Harry ami Ida IleaulB will
meet llmJiest lu thu II. S. A. tomorrow
afternoon at Athletic Park lu it base
I big tlllkey dinner Arr.iiieotiipnl h run
",0 VCV wero niailo this iiioinliig
hy ,lalr' "'"' Sergt. McCall. captain
"'"' "'anager of tlio All Arjuy bunch.
Iho guino will begin promptly at
3:S0 o'clock und tho luoceuls will not
.bo. divided aiming thu plaors but will
go lowaid "betting up'' u grout tur
key diner lit 7::i'( u'clock tomotiow
evening ut the Union drill, with Iho
mauageru us Joint citptalna-of cercmoii
lee. 'I his will bo 'homo gamo." The
I'list Hu'ipital company te.1111 la Just
aching lo heat the host tho V. H. Armv
ran send out nml Mamigei (tar ty bays
there will bo 11 tight all tho way.
Sorgt. McCall ban 1,'ui'd up hu
ciack pla)uru of tho army and ho him
Belt will direct Hie battle Irom hlu
place at shoitbtop.
Manager W. V. Hauls baa given
Iho use. of the giotimls Inn to the
phijers, stinting a good uxampto. Tho
fans ought to nun out ami assist Iho
'" lu gelling all ihu tiiiuiuliiKs for
Unit till key dinner lu the evening
IhwIdeH llm tbiily uu 11 nr Ihe Un
"'ami., iepioeulallos id iho pion,
WHI I'u Ihu guoHts at dlnnur
Aillnlsslon Iiiin been phiceil in 11
,mv ,I(llr , .. ,ttll1.Ul ,,.,, ,,
HiaipUii und 1111 t-t-nu tor bb uci.
ri(tl ,,hn,w, ,v) l. Hie hu
icry for lii grmy mam
Tim Arinf lliii'iip win
bo pleked tin
.UUtwr-'Mtl'iill. lu, WhIii
imlm$ m Ym 8)
t.uetta Biulllufhid her baby are on
'bo.iril the Clilrok.MaiM. which Is ex
peclcil to bo iilf 'port at 4 o'clock
lb Isatlrrnoon. .'
United Slates Consul S ninim at
Yokohama cahlCil Iho San Krancluco.
pellio " tli.it cfToM. and they noil-
. lied C 1 ef McDulllo of this rltv.
I 'Ihu wciii.iii, wfjii Is wnutci
I . n
wllnes. In tho.liotorlous l)r. Ilourke
Is returning,' of her iiwn ac-
and If she remains on tho
In Honolulu and not lontlnuc on her
owir.c tu San Francisco, she will bo
an ri ted at olicp.
trouble ami thinks that Miss Smith
will go on to tho mainland on the
' lloaa Mf.l'niidless was tli('"'(nlanlin
oii.t'1 cloUv of llm Dciuocr'nllC Tcrrl
lorlat Coiiveiillon jostcrilhy fdr1 'tho
party uoiuliieu us Delegate 'to Con
gress. The Platform Committee presented
the McCandless plalforhi at irllO and
after a discussion that did not touch
m'.'vi.-'.H. .!!r.HM "f ll, "",,f"r"' ",!!,r"l,0"-' ' "erkeley to Oak-
in. , piiriieiuar uie rules wcro hiis
pcmleip and the platform adopted In
Its entirely. C W. ABhrord was 'no
only man who had tho haidlhiiod to
Kiiggest thai the platform savoictl .1
little too much of populism lo'b- en
After McC.indle-is had been noil li.
atcd a letter win tend by Chalrnnn
Shlpman Irom I I, McCandless. Ti.Im
lalliir humorous iloeumeut win .in
Honolulu, September 15, Win.
To the Honorable Chulrimuiiiml .Mom.
' 'bcra ot the Iieiuocrutlc Terrllor-I
hll Couvuulloii, Honolulu, T. It
tleiitlemon: - lu uccorduncu th
Section 15 or tho Itules of tho D-ino-rriltlc
I'aily lu the Territory or Ha
waii, I hereby pledge myselr that lu
the event or my falluiu to secure the
niiniiiiiiiliiii Tin- 11, in,.i i .....
ut the coming election to bo held 011
thu Stli day ot Nove.uher, HHU, I will
not thereafter pilor lo :ald election
neck tho nomination lor thu sumo or
any oilier public ollbo from any other
political party, nor appear as an In-
ilupnuflent or rival candldala for uny 1 '" "l0 Hawaiian rlllo team which
public office for which n Democratic r"1 '" "IU Stales to-compete with
i.indldato has been duly nomln.iicd,' "l0 """ed States rllle teams, returned
and If nominated for mid olllco, I ' l''ay. after a very pleasant and In
pledge myself lo carry mil, lo thu best druci'lvo trip. Many of tho rlllo team
of my ability, each and every plank being talented iiiiifilclans, entertained '
of tho platform or tho Democratic ,'lt'lr fellow passengers at a series of
party us adopted by this convention
I I. MtCAN'Dl.liSS,
1 no iicicguics inn 1101 look as
though a great weight had been lifted
from their intuitu when they dlscov-' wlin w'" 1"' '" ""Tt Senator II. T '
ered Hint MiCandleiis would support J'"'"'' "lid other illslliigiilsbeil Dom
the plalform he had written hliiiKiir. J crittn. was a busy man.
lliixa MrCamlleHs then made n ' J,r and Mrs. (leu T (llblm are In!
I'peech lu whlcli ho denounced the
Itrpubllrans on many counts. With
cnaraclerlsllc logic he admitted Unit ""'ipuiiieii ny uieir cniiuren.
K11I1I11 had hecuied largo appmprla- J,r "'"' 5,rH v'c,ur llurd aro re
lions but with couvliiclni; llnutiiv Inriiliig fiom their honeymoon trip.
iiskeil why K11I1I0 hail not seciired that
"20u,imio (or his aunt, tho Queen." I
ilcforo Mi ("aniMi-H.i had ninile IiIh
ileclaiutloii i: M Wiilsou mid lllcli-
aril Tient had lakiii Ihe platlnrni and
Pled.i tid a itneeplnr Dcmocrnllr vie- """"asier iieimral Hilling the ex
torv, iieioiiipuuli'il by Ihu annul ilimtiH '"'''""e of the .Monarchy, llm I'rovls.
unit mimic mun the ipilulct ilnh
WON PLACE IN
(Amw. In till Prim t'uliUo
CIIICAtiO. Sept. lfi.-Thrco
""Wl Itepubllcan camllilatcH worn
mysnu mi mo inio primages,
"ll:l, well-known btundpattcrs na
"0,,,c" "ml !-" ilon going down In
""Uicii 111 1110 .Minn District. Tills
1 i.it .. .1 .! .. ... . . . . .
H"8 " "lu!r "Kl. 'wulcll having
,crtl1 ''Is district in Congress since
The war will bo continued,
" wl" tlln "8 "" Independent Itc-
, Copley. In-urgent, wiib successful
I II Mm 1 Mitt. It II I li ilnfnn I 13 ....
() In the i;iei'iith, defeating Snapp;
ami jici.cnr.ie. insurgent, won In
the Thirteenth, defeating Krnnk O.
tongrersnian loss won out with
a phnalH) of Ihu hundred.
(AKHOfl.iliil I'rriw Culilc.)
MKxico .crrv. Sent, aArrii
moiiituienl' erected to commcmoralo
tlo liiilependcucc of lloxlro was. ded-'
Ichted toilay with fcfeat pomp' and
tccmuny,fChapiiifgriiri tit! tho lluy(
Included elaborate (estlvltles appro-'
prjato to the (eiUenulal of Mexico's'
exlfteiuo as an Independent stiitc.
BERKELEY VOTED "NO."
ili:itKi:i,KY, Cat, Sept. 10. The
lanu was ucicaieii in uio vole taken
Vltn 1 PAIirn
1 J j, 'J
4 '- r i ' I ' " '
Hnuinii'c Rifln Tnnm Arriunc
r-or Local People.
One hundred und llfly cabin pus-
M-iicpr. about forty of whom uru
' tourists, und twenty In Hid sloornce.
"'"' -,m) ,,"", ,,r general cargo for
"iIk l"'rl arrived this morning tu the
i "leamshlp Slerrn from S.m Krancls-
'" A '"rK" number of the passon-
K''rB ""' kamaalmis, wlio bavo been
J visiting on Ihe mainland. A portion
concerts given doling tho trip,
Tho shore pcoplo who went out to
meet their friends conveyed tho po-j
lltlcal news, which was eagerly ro-
rr'vr,l by tho travellers. Jailor Asch,
Honolulu, having arrived thin morn-
'"K "" ""' Sierra Tliev wcro uc-
,,rB "iinl was tormeily Miss Dean, a
Among Iho returning kamaaiuas are
M"" "'"I 'r ' M "' Mr. Oat, as
,s Wl'" k",'wn. was for many yrnra
'"""' guveruuieut and the llepubllo of
flawall Mr und Mrs Oat are look
ing well und Iho trip Vemiis lo have
j been very hclicllehil tu bolli
I A l CllJIIu, the loglalulor, who bus
been ill Ihe HIhIhs on liupiirlnnl bus
ItiKss, irdnniisl tiHlay He was tery
idUVH inidit.Kii in iHHrll nf Ihu ran-
ll Ml ll"1 llxi'HWh'SII M), (Mff hMtIHMl QWJIhiI Ijy IMI
; tmm b ikiHhs hi m mm tin llwMm, i f to h -(gfiiijjiiufij
dii Vm 0) l'
Circuit Court Appropriations
Nearly Exhausted By
Expenses Of Year
"" '" can scrape through within
I-.. ... .!... t ......
"'" -"iiiiHKeiii 1111111 wo snail no
.... .. .
"'". 'iu uoernor Ircar HiIh
'"'irnlng In ills ubbIiik llnanclal con-
"'Minns of the Territorial gwern
for tho fiscal period Is nearly all
juted at the present time, and thero
are cr nine months jet to provldo'iind (lovernor .'rear Is trying to sc 4
f.iM .?... !...... 1 . I. ,n
for before the end of the period
The ilrrnlt mn rn i.i 1 ...
(hrco circuits, tho Honolulu circuit
J luivlttf l.nt f r.iwin ....( ,.r ....
prlatlon of $24.1101) to carry It
through the lemalulng
""'Mr ', (t
The Normal Bcbool has t0;iin pru-J
vbled for alBo. as thero 'waif nrt ap
Secretary iTcllstof' Good Work
, in Washington by tho.
-The fact that Hawaii has fared
l.,,t((.r u,r wai ,)f i,p,,n,,irti,,H
I fitun Cuigiebs as reganls oilier Terrl
, turlcf 1 Ihe Union. Is due lo thu lu
' ll e Uil uniinlnrll. r ll. li-l......
the I 1 gale to Congress."
(ieorge II. McCloIhui. Iho Delegate's
pihate Kecretary In Washington, who
etiirneil this morning In tho Sierra
niaile the aboo reinarks on board the
liner, vi hen Interviewed by a Hullo
!l,M reiKiner. no was somewhat
j grieved at Link McCandless, who stat-
Cl1 ,,I:U ""' ""'' "'
men who have In-
nuenco lu Washington aro Thurslon
ilfieu ami iiiiiifcii t.Mcuicliau).
McClellliu slated fnrllier Unit K.-i
. ..... . ..
laulauolu's Influence had much to do
with the securing of a certain amount
" appropriation for tho l'odcral Hulhl
'" In llllo. Hawaii.
I hose in Washington, according to
McClellan Iiuo great respict for the
I'linco. Ho is well known lu the
Capitol ami his gentlemanly iiiannerH
bavo won for him tho respect and
gsd will of thu Cougiussiuen and the
public at largo
Copit, Mary Winklcfield and
Lizzie Moore to Run
On Saturday, October 1, tlioro will
bo 11 liorBo raio at Kaptol.ini Park
tliat should ilruw a lingo crowd of
spectators. Three animals will com
pete, and the) aro Copit, Mary Win
klelleld and I.ImIh Moote. The own
ers of the mares will post $250 wh,
nnd Ihrrwlniier will take all Them
l 'iiinu talk ut liavlug a second
prlre, but ul present It Is not iH
rlded. Hill llcel.ley owns I.Uzto Moon,
and she Is 'the mare that ilefcu'.wl
Miiry -U'lnl,eed a rout In of weeks
ago lu u uiuii'li ruin run ut Kaplo
lunl 1 1 ark. Copit Is oh lie I by tjial
guwl old Irish spoil, Jorry llroder
Ick. nml Iw smtm Uy Ilia Utile
mat. Tkf (Mril iiwre ihrim
proprlatlon m tdc for It at the lait
scss on of thu t.cnlil.ilori. whon'
1 "- -- .---.-...-...-, --....--
bcbool affairs were turned over to
the tuuutlcs and tliu Normal wag '
left unprotlded for.
quarantine and fumigation sta
tion and the prison have al.o spent.
more than was anticipated at tho
time the appropriation was made,
limy 11 will all conic out.
Iikt year and every previous year
it has been necessary to ask th
legislature for an additional appro
priation to cover the running ex-
liouscn lit ROlnn .1pi..irtmo.iln .luring
llfe low lust luonllu vt tho session,
nifd tji.tU. away wIUMhls condition
' n-ft,J.a tr. nv
.....au.. wu .nb J J
O I 1 'v n ' ' l n t rst
L.ujiu 111 rrumuinni noic un
Roard Liner Sierra ,,
Cupid was conimamllng ofllccr of
Ihe 0 8 8. Sierra, which reached Ho
nolulu today from Sail Francisco No.,
less man Bcvcti couples cliiESlllcd aaj
"Newlyweds" look the trip on the
popular Occunlc liner.
11 whs a unppy-go-iucKy iiunrli o!
tourists anyway ami tho presence of?
so much nowly-wcililcd hllsa was n
luunuiiii Liinicn 01 nciigiii 10 1110 pass
sengcra und urnlshcil plenty oft
themes for the practical Jokers. The'
spacious iiiyicr deck was christened)
iionvyiiiooii j rail" nglil away, alien
llio musical comedy of that namo, and
ono or the corridors that led (o tha1
staterooms or thren couples received
tho namo ot "ParadlBa Allev" '
Among tho couples wcro Capiat
nnd Mrs. Merlo M. Johnson or Hono
lulu, und Mr. and .Mrs. Victor llurdfof
Honolulu ulso. .Sit.
lliero wero two "Newlyweds" li&l
OHO lllllirll. A V. Mellnn ..r T . I J
.. .... . ..,.,,
me Head of 11 happy family or sewri
ins son, .nr, . .iiciiae, was Harried
.. ..-..... ..- .. .
.. ..tt.. uhii nun mo party aiso injj a
(Continued on rce 0) .Tgf. ', 1
WHAT DOES 1
Bishop Estate Trustees
Opinion of the
Judge Hohlnson held loday that tha-'
iiiiuuliiK of the thirteenth clauso otj
lltn ulll ,r It.. ...1... .,!.., .. .J.,?
" v. ..viiiiLo iinuiiip was iiiao.
Indlginl (urban should bo educJteUi
mily lu Knuicnamelu Schools, anljLi
that aupiiort and ediioatlon umlcrttrilsT.K
cuius- meant that both must' go toi
K HUT 'L
"Ami to devote a jiortlon or cachi
jear's liicoine tu tho nintmit and ediHSB'
ration of orphans mid othns n InwS
dlgent ilrcuinstniicoa. giving tho weW'm
eieiiee to Hawallaus or puiu or pattf
Tills Minimi itt Uie Ihlrleeulli elaute -i
.11 IIIH Will Ol IIMIIIICO r. iiuiiop fs idl.f
tine iiikhi which tho IiuMixm or Ihu
mttnli. hNVe nkd u jHillelal lnt(.rpriw
inihw h wHHiii m iiwn mmnsi Ih
fine JhJni' lluWufcun Iu4
'Wieiu am lu itiHMsliNl biutmbt
Cviilliiurd till 1'iet ,