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From Snn Franclicoi
China HcpU'inber 27
-For Situ I'rantiicoi
,u!ii September 2 I
Mnrnmn Ortnlior 1 1
,M 'Oirn .. ....... .October tl
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4731.
STOCK MARKET TAES
Carried jnto Open
Opposition To Kalakiela And
Hanapi Plans Vigorous
Hoss M:Candlr?E untl some of Hoss Kalakiela anil Hanapi Obnoxious.
JIcCjiinllfEs' poltllc.il bedfellows liavo Atiimiil town llni rumor drifted
rpllt tlio Democratic party so wide thin morning that tome tit tlio Homo
that two factious will wage war crats nro going before tlio ruiliity
openly during tho coming campaign, (ommltlce to protest against tlio
Tlio first guns of tliu civil strlko will presence on tlio Senatorial .ticket of
lie fired next Monday nlRlit, wlion Unci; Kalakiela nnil Kddlo Hanapi,
the county campaign committee anil It ilrlfteil so persistently that
lnpctB at, Democratic headquarters In when run to earth It proved correct,
the Wavcrly block. I Attorney Clarence V. Ashford,
Well-known ami lnnucntl.il Dom-who took n prominent part In the
oernts. roro at the boss' nicthrTils nutt'recont Democratic' convention, do
Just an noro at euiiio of tlio men run- tinted UiIh" morning that ho nnd somo
ulng on his tlket, aro quietly or
ganizing a determined opposition.
The light bad proceeded ro far today
that the character At the opposition!
leaked out, It Is to bo n flsht 'on
two members of the Senatorial tick'
't, and, Inclilontally, n rehuko to
lions MrCanilless. " J '
MAUI HOME RULERS TAKE
DEMOCRATS INTO CAMP AND
DICTATE SLATE FOR COUNTY
TWO CONVENTIONS MEET
AND THEN RATIFY
' I BACK K00K00
- FOR SENATE
tt : n :t
JJ Senator: J
it Chas. Ij. Kookuo til. II.) tt
St Representatives: tt
tl A. 11. Naono (Dcm.) Wallnktt.
.1 K. Illhlo (II. 11.) I-ihalna. tt
' fl-im ICiiuln (Uim.) Makawno. tt
. J. Nna Kupau (II. It.) Nana.
ti H. I'. Knnl (Dcm.) Moloknl.
JI Ant. do Ilego (l'aakal) (Dcm.) tt
at largo. . . tt
H Oupervlrort: tt
T. 11. Lyons (Di-ki.) Wnllnkn.
it (leo. Kaulil (Dcm.) I.ahnlna. tS
it O. Tollcfson (l)em.) Mnlokal. tt
It J. Kamanuwal (II. It.) liana, tt
tt N. Knloa (Dem.) Mnkiwno. t:
, Company Will Bring First
Scraper Dredge For
fiiw weeks tho first
rcraper dieilgo afloat will bo at work
In Pearl Harbor, having boon In
etalled by tho Hnwallan Dredging
Company, which has tho government
iiontiact for tho work to bo done In
establishing tho naval station and
Tho principle of tlio scraper dredge
Is exticmoly successful In certain
Muds of work an , liitul. nnd Uiu
di edging company will try It nllont
Willi IJie lilea that It will ,provo lis
turcestiii i tor ma paiiiciiiar ivurn
which has, lo bo done In tideway.
Tills now dtedgo will bo In ought
TO BE WORKING
moro'of the oldlltio and sincere Hour
lions can not consistently support tlio
ticket as at present roustltuted. nnd s"l,',1"'! ,,l " e 7" ""'
that mi effort would bo made to havoj' ' l!'"1' who" """" f""" U"
It changed. Mr. ABhford did not
glvii out tlio names of the men who
may. hate, to resign, but the fact that
' (Continued on Pace 3)
it COUNTY EXECUTIVE.
tt Jno. ltccard (l)em.)
tt Moses Kcohokalnlo (Dem.)
tt II. R.
This ticket nominated by llm ti
ii Home Ilulers of Maul wiir fiulurn- it
tt oil by Iho Democraln with IIiq i"C- it
ii rent Ion of Koukno for tlio Sen- tt
ii nto and Knmaumva! and Knln.i it
ii for Supervisors. 'ti
ti it tt tt -J tt tt it tt
(fcSpcclnl II tl 1 1 1 1 n CcrnsiHiiulonre.)
WAII.UKU, Maul. Sept. 22, 11)10.-
Wednesdny morning. Sept. 21. the
Domocratlc County convontlon was
held nt tho Wnllnkn Town Hall with
Supervisor T. II. Lyons of Wnllnkn as
Chaliman, Hon. II. J. K. Nnwahlno,
Vlro Chairman, Manuel C. Rpss. Serrc
tnry and Nelson Kalon, Assistant SoC'
(Continued on Pace C)
Hawaiian Association Men
Celebrate and Hear
KngliiC'Oru of tho Hawaiian Kngl
necrlng Assoclntloii look u night off
fmm tho horlous problema of their
business llfo nnd cnjojeil their annual
feast nt tho Commetclal Club last
evening. They had u fow gnosis to
help along Iho social pleismes pf the
evening and tho whole nffnlr was up to
tho excellent staudanl set by tho nil
mini festivities of humor years.
1'iof. Young, at tho head of the en
glneeilug ilepnitmeiit of tho Cnllcgu of
Hawaii, wub the presiding nlllcer of
the milling, mid Kr.mk linycr, had
(Jiaign of tho entertainment piogram
'I lie dinner was one of Iho oxeellenl
menus ulwayn ret foilh by Slowaul
PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITDnY
f An-mcl-ilnt I'ns ClM".)
Hl'ltlNdKir.I.D, III... Sept. 23. Re
publicans of tlio State of Illinois
have put tlrVmtulves squarely on tlio
lido of the Administration. The
platfoim mloptecl by the Stale cone
vent lo:l nf Kcpulllrant held hero ti
day In c ear- lit In Its endorsement
nf the Taft administration nnd nlso
In lln rancllnn nf the tariff views ex
prr-nr-it by the President.
(Avsuclntcil Press IVMe.)
DOMOIK)SSOL,,. Italy. Sept. 23.
Aviator Chavra drove his aeroplane
from Here overthc Alps, taking the
At tho beginning of the week two
aviators tailed In a similar attempt.
STIti:SSA, Italy. Sept. 23. l'alll
elti an!tafiiu ''aviator. Hew his
noroplano Jtom Ilerg to this city to
(Pnrrlnl lln 1 1 el In C.ilile.) '
DRXVKIl, Cnlo., Sept. 23. A fast
train on Ihe Hock Island road was
wio ked today near Clayton, Kan.
Twelve peoplo woro killed and n
(HimtI.iI llullet In CiIiIp.)
MI.N'COLA. X. Y., Sept, 23.
(ecigo Itohnrtson, n world-famous
nulo driver, was today thrown from
his maclilne and badly lujiirsd,
Sce.Trouble Ahead in Proposed
Law for Filing Property
Mercantile Intoicsts of Honolulu nro
getting ready for n protest on ono of
tho pla,uks of tho, Itepubllcnn Territo
rial platform. While stiongly lu fnV'
or of tho platform generally, the bust
nosR Intoicsts feel that one, section, If
enacted Into law, would ork a hard
ship on local business men.
Tho plunk referred to Is thnt fav
oring tlio ciitabllshmcnt nf record of
fices In each county for tlio registra
tion of conveyances nnd other Instru
ments affecting property rights.
It was declared this morning that
tho enforcement of tho suggested law
would hold up huslnosH throughout tho
Territory and would result In fnully
Instruments and In delays through lhe
InsiiHIclent menus of communication
with other Islands.
Tho Merchants' Association now
lias iho mailer Informally under nd
vlsrment, many of Iho members hav
ing nlioady talked over imsslblo plans
of action, Tlio outcome will probably
ho tho passago nf a resolution of pro
test, It v. as stated tnU morning by
l'mll 1. Ilnriiilt mniinirnr if W. VJ
Dlmond & Co., Ltd.. an.! seerctnry
thn Merchants' AsMiclntlou
Affects Business Interests. -
"Tho proiood law so vltnlly nffoo.l
Honolulu business men Hint wn inn
placed lu Iho unwelcome position of
opposing n nlniik lu,n platform that
(Continurd nn Paire 2)
The truth Is mote apt to niiffur frnni'l'"" nil Ilium was to It according
Gives its many
OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
F. E. Haley Alleged to Have
Purchased Rcvolvdr frdm'
'P. I?- Ilntev.'1 liiMtliiimtnr nt Mitnnn-
wal. wna placed under nrrest last
night liy Deputy Marshals Holt and
Sherwood on n wariiuit clinrgliig'lilm
with the piiri'liimn of Hulled Siatos
Haley was placed under arrest up
on the I'omplnlnt of Colonel Schuyler
of the Fifth Ontalry. through Lieu
tenant Cunningham, nho Informed
L'lllled HluliM Dlhtrlct Attorney
lri'kiuis that. IliOry had purchased
an Army rowilior from a private sol
Her. It Is stated that IImIoJ'u ilefenso
will bo that he did not know the re
volt er purclinsed was property of tlio
United State (totcmim-nt.
At one time Haley was employed its
an nsHlxtnnt director of physical cul-
lire af the V, M. C A
DAILY SCORES OF
SAN FKANCISCU, Sept. 2:!.-
rcores lu thol'blg' leagues' play today!
' Xalloual-jey York 4, Chicago
ti; I'hUadeTiihla "."I'lttthurg l; lliis'
ton 'i, Cincinnati S; llrooklyn 2, St.
Louis C. '
American Cleveland 7, New
Standing of American League, Sept. 22
Club , W. U I'd
Philadelphia 92 41 .091
llostoii , 79 sit .S85
Detroit 77 fiS .570
Now York 7." M .r.59
Cerland CO 7.1 .411
Wnrlillixtnu fiS 7(i .132
Chicago S3 7i'. .419
SI. Louis 40 . 93 .300
Standing of National Lesgue, S:pt. 22,
Clnh. 'w I. 1VL
Chicago K9 II
flushing '.. 7S r.r,
New York 75 7
Philadelphia C.fl C
Cincinnati CS (18
St. Iiuls 53 57
llrooklyn 34 7S
Huston 4R 87
Republican Candidates and
Politicians Will Set Off
This will bo n busy 'day for tlio Re
publican of Oahu county from one
end to tho other. It marks tho opeu
lng of Iho campaign In tho county,
and though the activity Is confined
mostly to political love feasts. It servos
to empliuslzo tho harmony with which
tho campaign Is proceeding.
TJio main thing. on llm program for
today Is tho big meeting tonight ut
Anla park, nt which a large section of
tho Itcpiibllcan ticket Is to nppcar and
a number nf tho candidates to spoak.
Tho meeting, according to ptcscnt
plans, will bo ptcsldcd ovor by A, L,
C. Atkinson, chairman of tho Territo
rial campaign committee, or Sum Par
ker Comity chairman and Delegate
Kiihlo Is tho principal sneaker. Other
rpeakers Includo flenrgo Davis, It, W.
Shingle, candidate for trousurcr, John
Imo, candidate for mayor, K. A, Don
Ihltt and several of the legislative
Tho Manoa politicians, having once
nf'"" iioilvo successfully, Intend to
(Continued nn Pace 2.)
Alee l.olliliin, lliu hack driver whu
yrMi'iduy iesirled the loss of 730 yell
Ihls morning ilmppril Into tho Hullo
1 1 u iilllen to i-uy thai hit hnd leeover
ed Ihe whole amount. A friend had
lalviii tho wad for Bafu keeping and
readers out-in-the-open news
23, 1010. 10 PAOES.
(Aiwoclftlrrf Prt CnAe.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 23.-
Th. Vnvlr tV.tinrthipnt rerelveil ii rp.
port today that the 12. Inch gun on
the battleship Georgia burst whllo
tho ship watt at target practlso with
tlio licet. The crew escaped Injury,
f.cirIntMl I'rras Ciilito.)
CIIICAOO, Sept. 23. Senator Ixir
Imer lost out In his first test or
Etrcngth with the committee of Unit
ed States Senators charged with the
Investigation of tho manner In which
he MM'iireil Jils seat In tlio Senate.
Lordlier askFd that tho Investigation
be delayed until after tho clo.tlnn.
This request has been refused nnd
Uirlmer miikt prepare Immediately tn
DAMAGING.STORM -. v ..
SKATTLR, Wash., Sept. 23. Ad
vices hnvo reached, HiIh cljy, to tho
effect that a severe storm has been
raging nt 'Cape 'oin, Alaska, and
that much dnmago has been dono to
ON THE VERGE OF WAR
Hixfl.ll nil lift In Oulile.)
HOnOTA, Sept. 23. The relations
between Colombia nnd Venezuela
have been ruptured nnd each country
Is put. .'.ir on lighting garb.
BAN KHANCISCO, Sept. 23.
Ileets: 88 nnalysls, lis. Cd,; parity,
4.13c. Previous quotation, lis.
"Between Crops" Season Re-
fleeted in Downward Trend
Tho lull of business ''between
crops" Is reflected in the movement
of Hawaiian sivurltlos, and this
morning, although buying was fairly
brisk on the Stock Exchange, the gen
crnl tendency of tho stocks was
The drop in Ilonokaa continued,
this stock going down to 10 flat from
tho lost reported sale ut 10.75. Twon-J
ty shares In two blocks of ten each
went nt the figuro named. Kwa
underwent another Blight drop, from
32 5-8 to 32 1-2, nnd Oahu similarly
went from 32 1-2 to 32.12 1t2. Oahu
was' sold both between boards and
nt the regular session, small umountH
The largest sales reported this
morning wore two blocks of Otaa,'
100 each; another block of 30, and
...n(l... I.ln.l, f S nil 1., cnulnn ntul
nl nt 0, which Is a drop of nn
llrnkers seem to think that the
present movement will bo character.
Istlc for another two months, or
until tho next crops begin to move.
Survey of Coasts
Schooner and Launch Chartered'
To Take Party For Six
The schooner Lukn, belonging tn
Captain Miller of the Miller Salvage
Cpmpany, has been chartered for tho
work nf tho Coast and fleodetlc Sur
vey, whl-h will begin within a few
weeks under tho direction of Owen
11. I'lench, who has been loaned to
tho Territorial government from tho
United States under tho recent
The charter of tho Luka Is oper
ntlvo on October 1 and Is for u pe
riod of six months, with tho privi
lege of renewal at the end of (hnt
polled for nno year.
Along with tho Luka one of Iho
launches of Captain Miller has been
chartered for tho funno work.
It Is plnnned that tho schoonorMhcr Territory. A
will ho used Inr a. store slily and llv I Continued jvn. Patre2)
F. J. LOWREY, LIKE MANY
OTHER BUSINESS MEN, IS
OAHU INTERESTS SEEM
S..r,E IN HANDS OF
That tho Republican -ticket nnd
Republican platform for the coming
cnmpalgu Is generally well received
by tho business men of' Honolulu Is
becoming mnro apparent every day.
Tho conservative citizens who handle
tho hg business Interests nnd fl
nances nto well satisfied with tho
tiion chosen by the party Territorial
and comity (inventions, nnd talks
mound town with well-known bust
rn-Vs men prove that tho sentiment Is
srTongly In favor of a straight
The llepuullctins arc prctlcally a
unit In their support of tho ticket
bended by ICuhln, Territorially, and
Lane, locally. Tor Instance, I J.
Lowroy, president of LewcTs &
Prince Cupid Makes Some Re
marks About Kona and
Delegate Kiihlo thinks It hardly ror.
reel to speak of Iho canoo raco tumor
TOW HS 11 COIIIOBl especially Of 1110
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. ,W,.- ,,, ii.tu ,:..-,v..vu ... ...u ,..v.-,
.li.t.n.l I.. ...... .nrnriinna li.ll.n rui
I Tli.t fnet lu fhtil llm rniirut ernu (if
Ihe Outrigger Clufi mndu tho comment
previous to tlio Regatta Day race, that
they could boat tho Kona boja If given
their canoo. Tho Kona buys respond
ed Hint after lliu big raco of Regatta
Diy, thry would bo pleased lo meet
the Outrigger new mul swap canoes
That Is thn occasion for Iho race
that coiueii off lomoriiiw at 4:30 p. in.
Tho Outrigger ciuw will have Kuhlo's
canoe, and Iho Komi bo)H will luko
what is lift.
(Continued on Page 3)
If your buiiucis now hai a goals
name, by nil meant do the proper!
thing to maintain it BULLETnJ
PRICE 5 CENTS.' i
lug quartern for the men encaEPdilu
the survey, and lu the launch they:
will do the work nf roundlng,'nea(
lliorc and making' studies of low-
water nnd reefs which they couib
across. T J
It Is not known at present
route the schooner nnd contort will
take or where tlio first work of tlin
survey pility will bo done, hilt It Is"
probnblo that Oahu coasts and waters'
will bo the first ones to receive nt-J
Willi llin flYrotttliiii nt ltminlnlii
harbor, thero arc no perfectly accua
late charts of the waters of the Is9
innns, trcorcnng to a weii-xnuwoj
Icuptiln who has spent many years In
FOR REPUDLICAN TICKET!
Cooke, Ltd., declares himself In fa
vor of n straight ticket.
"Token as n whole, the tlcketfcfa ;
perfectly satisfactory," Bays tfMrJj
wiiji ii is Kuiniuciory luim
as n business man, nnd tho straight
ticket Is good,"
Mr. Uiwrey's opinion Is voiced b;
a large majority ot tho men engageel
in mercantile or other business pur.
suits In Honolulu. Honolulu bus
ness men aio conservative, and .-n
great many who are not willing",!
talk for piibllcntlou for fear of of
fending their good friends on 'tb
Demu-rntlc side will say hi con
den-e that tlreros nothing to It ibut
Tho Democratic Senatorial ticket;
Is regarded, ro far ns certain tuein
hers go, ns n good deal ot a Joke, and
n great deal ot dissatisfaction with
the candidates Tor Supervisor put ngj
by tho Ilourbnus Is apparent. Taken
In conjunction with the opostloii
to Link McCandless' Immigration
Ideas, the Democratic ticket Is going.
(Continued .on Pace 0)
Two Chinese Are Heldn
Connection With E
Another arrctt was .made
morning by tho United States
rials lu connection with the
opium sf-lzure oterd.1y be Ui
Stntes Attorney llreckonsT 'YonJJ
Chin, tlio Chiuoko taken Into custody
today, statcB thnt the opium belong
to him, but tho lulled States DIs
t let Attorney Is not prepared to'ac
cept this explanation. Chang Ch
Yce, the Chinese in whose homo
Kukiil street The opium was found?
Is uttui InciiKloily nud persists IrtfVlo
rlnrluu that lie knows uothlliK nlioutl
Iho ding nud docs not knov( wherjy
It came fiom.
The iviM) Is ru'elvlug the raretu
(Continued on Page 3)
(Continued on Pace S)
cliciilullou limn u lie. lu Aloe.
(Continued on Pane 2)