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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, fERIUTOKY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1010 10 PAGES.
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DR. RAYMOND FORSAKES DEMOCRATS'
RAKT0(1A. N. V., Bppt. 27. ColoncJ llnosovclt wpn lilrt coiito.it fur
tho temporary' chairmanship of tlio Xcw Yorlt Republican convention
Hint opened hero today, nftor one of. the, most bittdVly fought struggles
. thnt lias over taken place In a political convention of tills State.
Colonel ltoojevolt had the noil J ciliiort ofjlio progressive wing,
anil Vlco-1'rcaldent Sherman was backed with 'equal loynlty by the
memticrit of tho "Old Qunrd."
Tho vote was 507 for Hoosovolt o Mr, for Sherman.
After tho result of tho ballot was announced. Mr. Bhorman wan
named a committee of one to escort Colonel Itoosovolt to the chair.
This was ilono amid the tumultiioiii cheering of the delegates, nnd Mr.
Sherman, shook hands most cordially with Hoosevelt ns ho handed him
tho navel. ,
tfii nEsumlng Hie chairmanship. Koopovclt mado n spee"h of char
acteristic vigor, In wh"leli ho eulosliod tho achievements of the Tnft
administration. He then launched off Into a grilling denunciation of
dishonesty In publ'lc oince, and urgotl tho iittrlflcalloti it. politics by tho
progressive Ilepiihllcnn party.
The selection of Roosevelt wa opposed at every possible point by
Harries, Woodruff and their following. All tho forenoon was tal.en up
with the contest thnt was fought In tho open, on tho lloor of the con
vention, Kvor' porslble advautago was taken of parliamentary techni
calities and every art Tor gaining time. Tho Itoosevelt forces held to.
gether with n determination that nude tho result certain after tho first
test votes were token. ,
COL. ROOSEVELT, WHO
WON SARATOGA FIGHT
iCIVIL SERVICE FOR .
""Ur-t '. -.
(.noCtattil IYcM.XUMe.l' .V
, J ,jaVtttttlM'rMw Catilc...
1.03 ANHKI.KS, Sept. 27. Con- WASHINGTON. D, C. Sept. 27.
ltervatlon was the theme of discus-1 l'resldont tnft has extended Civil
tlon today at the mining congress Service examinations to assistant
which Is In resslon here. I postmasters.
JAPANESE LINE PLANNING
NEW YORK TO HONGKONG
VI W- "Tlint tho Toyo Klscn Kulshii plans .Kuropo and to Australia besides tho
V- . ' ' u direct nnsHciigcr and freight service local Hues to China coast porta and
from Now York to the Orient with I tho Straits Settlements, tho T. K. K.
tho opening of the I'.innnm canal, Is ; la the largest steamship company In
tho announcement received (a Hono- japan or mo i-nr i;asi.
lufu trom nn aulhoratatlvn source.
Tho dotalls of tho proposed servlco
havo not been -mado public but It Is
liunwn tltat within n few years tho
. larger ships of tho T. K. K. Ileet will
trjivol from New York .to Hongkong
via tho lunuin:i canal, taking freight
and passengers from Occident to Or
ient without chango or railway ser
vice of any .kind.
Next to the Nippon Yusen Kalsha,
Which rims steamers to Seattle, to
The building of the big turblno lin
ers Tciiyo unci Chlyo Maru was a rev
elation to the' world, because nono
thought that ships so large and with
such luxurious accommodations could
lie built in Japanese shipyards, und
tliOHO vessels were built In Nugasaki.
Thcro nro other ships for this line
being built on tio same or slmllur
lines to tho two sister ships now In
tho service, nml within n fow months
, (Continued on Pace 3)
Some Peculiar Deals Crop Up
During Period of General
Some peculiar trading of stocks is
going on theso days on tho Hono
lulu oxchango, according to somo of
tho Insiders ' who wntcti business
nipl politics- Tho othor day llvo
fchaies of Wulnlun, It is said, changed,
bauds at 121, and the seller' almost
Immediately bought-It back nt 126.
Vnxi'nrdut- inn shares of Honokaa
wore sold at 14, and, tho ,samo .blorkj
wuh ouiikiii uuin, uf mu Bwutr
the sa'tuo ilRiir. This morning llvo
shares of Walaluu were sold nt
117 1-2,. and tho same broker who
. rnlil them bought them back at 117,
In cnidV ciiso the final buyer, It Is
reimrted. was the orlulnnl kollvr.
A woll-known broker this morn
I rii- offered lii oxnlaiiatloii of the
transactions the exnlanatlon that
thuy aro duo to the weak market
nnd the- genernl slump. Ho stuted
thnt one of tho bids put In by a
broker who had sold tho same stock
he, ufterwaid bought was really put
. (Continued on I'oge 4)
SAYS HE FOUND
i v. i-
BE NIT HERE
Company Plans Permanent
Strucluro at Cost of
NEWYORK EXPERT IS
HERE TO SUPERINTEND
Dr. J. H. Raymond, Disgusted
A.t Events, Quits County
New Factory Will Have Capac
ity of 25,000,000 Per Year,
Increased Demand War
ALPS FLIER ISDEAD
(Aimnclntr-,1 1're.m Halil )
nOMODOSSOI.A. Sept. 27. Avia
tor Chavez, who made n successful
Night over tho Alps In his aeroplane,
hut who was seriously Injured when
landing, died today from his injuries.
CHARLES P. C0LBURN DEAD
I A good deal r.f oil was poured on n member of the committee, thatahsj
the trouliled Democratic waters ut refuses ulmulutcly tif'Jork for thaj
the mcctlnc nt the rnntitv commit Democrat In Hit:pt lo flm nrnaAtif
tto last night, but m far from calm- campaign, and thai '.if ali-ciuo froml
llig tho mill waters, tho oil had no local Uemocrntlc ranks Is llkelyltoj
effect other than to (IIkcmM umc of be mndo permanent Unlets thero'J
the Democrats, n change' In the method' of 'runiiThxl
I As a result. Dr. J. II, ltarmoiiil, a tlio party horn.
meniiier.nf tho conimlltee, win today Dn Kavmcnd'i Stand Oncn." n
iMuii,.-rMiR minrH nnu a iingn. ,ell(l -j, 1olK.r ,0 ohnlrniau W. it. PC Kavriumr stand is takeSj
outlook for the future huvo decided .,cellMi tendering bis resignation opeifjy. He dwlarei, that h!a views!
tho American Can Comiiany to con- an a nlcn,ilt,r 0f the tommlttec. Dr. will not ha concoali'd nnU'that h'oj
uruci a Dig permaiieni piani nerc, itaymond staled this mnriiliig llraCm'tlt net ho n party to any dirty
ami ccin.eqiicnny worn will uo oegun n vlow of rrcPnt evel,u wllnln ),5 work aklntt tle ,rltli ,ml Ulat ng
ai oiico on a reiniorceu coiicrcie 1)artj.( ,0 cnn nnl rotislstetitly remain
ttmctiirn nn Iwltel rit.Kl. Ttie iiltn
nf ttin llf.u- ntnnt i'IM ,mt Iia fhnlii-iitl "" - -""' - . -- . . -4n
from that (if the oil
Tho American Can Company nl
ready employs In the neighborhood
of li'O men, and has n capacity of
uppioxlmatcly ,25,000,000 cans a
year. The now plant will have the
rntni). capa:UyJ hutwlll be t quipped
with 'tho' latest' anit5rya7i1lu))or
savlng maclilncry, and wlll; yhen
completed, bo oho of tho most com-
plcto plants of Its kind in "the coun
Manager It. M. Morton stated thU
morning that work -will -be begun
some time next week. An Bastorn
expert. William Nopper. has (nine
.- DEMOCRATS AT LAST SECURE
CAMPAIGN MANAGER ANH GET
Die Henate. and for n Wee If, nastihni.
. . ..r
Accommodating people nro always
being Imposed upon.
The nows of the death of Charles'
1. Colburn was received by cable
thin afternoon. The deceased was
the father of Mrs, I). !'. Thrum and
brother of Mrs. B. A. Clarke of this
It takes a good many years to gain
than llvo minutes.
After n wank of indoclslon, tho
Demociats tr Oahu county some of been slcadlly refuting
uiiMii -K.i ii.iiu.ncr iuiik enuun mm nimvcir actively Willi me tnatiaROli'.
nln il a Im, mi. .. I... I w Ihii. ........ .. .1... ...l.. . ... fTl'
nil frnm Vow Vnrk In loot after tllO "" " "' "" "',"",'i ii"" iiii-n. hi inc ciiuiiiaiKll, l-xceill III cu
cmiEtriictlon of the plant and the for the comity .canuialcn. They stt, far ns bis own ciyulldacy was eoii-S
. .... ... . . .... r.wnli.fl III fiirmltit. n linmifinotil .iir' (inrnml l.n K nn..,.. ....!
insta at on or t no niacmno'v wnn -?-. 'i--. " " "" umuiiiiim
Mnnnirnr Mnrtnn. The new fnctiu'y sanUatlon of the County campaign put It up to him to strongly that,
" ..n..i.,. ....... M., - i.... .. ...... . ..
will ro,t In thn nclnhhorhood of '"".. iininvu " i.iiiui.uku nun- jinaiiy no gayo way neioro itio prcs
..... ... ..,.. . ... . .. ....il.. ....... . .. .i
be comnletcd III nsor' "" ' "'" "egin me uciniii-ii buro, no says mat no doesn't want,
. . .... . t...r .. .. .. ...... .ai
ranipagn won: iinnii-iiiaieiy, iipcoru- me joii. ami mat iits own proipccts
Irttt t- uiiifitiu'emcnts todayi '' ' 'will probtibly bo damaged to somo
t' : 'tn (1. lllvenburgh. si'c're.tury extent, but that ho will no to tb
jr Tern, is the man selector! fore As n loyal- Democrat a hit do liU:
hy the llourbous to run flic, county licit, At that, ho doesn't seem very.
campaign. It.venhtirgh Is a cnndl- ontbuslasttc,. over thsLOxalted post
ln..t...An mm 11am 0
lUVUUIIUbU UU AUC U
ttn.don nnd will
V tun- 'he contract for
building will bo sublet or construe
11 UIKCH II glimi many yttirs in Kimi I " . . ..in
reputation that you can lose In less I tlon work ho dot.- by tile conipnny.s "
VOontlntted on Par: 2)
. dale on the DemncrotI ticket fo
l". il. llox ns:
Chinese Heldsto Answer Be
fore tho Federal Grand
Yong Cliln, tho Chlneso in whoso
room was found opium valued ' nt
about $8,0(10, was bold to await tho
action of rcdcrul (hand Jury this
morning with his' bond fixed nt (2,000
on a cbargo of coucoallug tho contra:
Tho opium was rather carelessly
bundled it the Improbablo story of the
Qhlnoee was to bo believed. Ho stat
ed under oath that bo found tho
small fortune. In opium In n lumber
yard nt Iwllcl nnd thnt ho had no
Idea of its original owner beyond JIo
assertion Hint It rightfully belonged
to himself hecnuso ho bad found It,
Chin Chan Veo. nn chlony Chlneso
In whoso houso on Kiikut street Yoiu
Chin roomed, becnino very seriously
Involved in attoniptlng to explain tho
evidence that appeared ngahiBt'liltn.
lie admitted .going to Wnlpahti tit
unco when bo discovered that tho
opium had been seized by llroekoin
but slutod that ho mado the Journey
Continued on Fact 4. '
Hosiery, (Ion ns
vE.' W. JORDAN & CO., Ltd.
Dry Goods Merchants
Honolulu, Sept. 26, 1910. --W.
R. Fnrrington, Esq., f J
Manager Bulletin Publishing-Co., City.
Dear Sir: '
It is with very great pleasure that we acknowledge our
high appreciation of your efforts to comply with our wishes
in -'advertising in the Bulletin, The Big Sale we arc now con
During the past 12 years the writer has managed many
important sales in this City all of which have been extensive
ly advertised. This is the first sale in which quoting of
. prices have been confined to the Bulletin and the results have
i. been more than two to one greater than anything before for
'the first week. v"
, . We arc being continually asked' for lines advertised in
your paper. The mail opened today a'nd on Saturday
brought us nice orders from the other Islands. The rush of
business has prevented us giving you as much time as wo
would have liked for setting up our ads but that did not in
terfere with our getting what we wanted. The efforts of
your staff to please is very gratifying.
We shall continue to advertise liberally lines as thoy'are
brought forward during this Sale.
i We remain,
' Yours very truly, .
E. W. JORDAN & CO., Ltd
' ..'iw . k . Per G. B. CURTIS,
. i '. Manager.
AT THE DOCK NEXT ELECTIONS
Itlnlnllll-I, PAllllnnlinn IXfUmM nnllAi.MAn MMnH !!.... 'II.. '.
uiiiiicuui u uuitvuiiiiuii wiidi uuvuinui nuiii mtiiiub maw
Kiinio ana party uct Men to serve In
away i.or mg isiana. NovemDcr. -i
i "- ,i
. It looked lli.e a snliill polUic.il con
M'liilnn at the dock thin! piornlng
when tho M ft ii nn Kea got away for
UK 01k lkliUd. I'riiuu Kuhlu and'
riloltrtl C'ttA IliifbikH ilium .. uu hiiaks.j
.ft auirjt-'ui. the ruit that tho Dele.
'v. t-atn unit t!in lli.tinlilti'Mii ,-fiiiiiti-
chaliiMaii ,wcro going away to stmt
the Terrltoiial campaign that, caused
.tho poll! I inns tu gather at the
Tho party iluo Included (1, II,
McClellnu, Kuhln's secrotary, nnd
W. C. A tli I. Aih! Is lo rproud hU
Ciceronian oratory on the other ll
lauds nnd .to apply his . political
knowledge to the varying situations!
, lip on Hawaii, Carl Hmltli has
charge of the visiting Hopubllcans'
Itinerary, and whuiu and when thoy
will speak, or appcur ut mcatlugs is
lint definitely known at local Hopub
tiran neauqiiartors. it is assurcu,
however, that Kulilo will follow In
a general way tho trail that Link
McCnudless has takeu, thus getting
tho, last whack at the voter.
.Territorial 'Chairman Atkinson
.wiiB on hand with a fow words of
advice nnd a large bundle of cam
paign literature us the boat pulled
out., and then the group of politi
cians and others dispersed.
!.......- ..!. ... . -.
iiuit-inur rrt-ur mis morning an- -a
uouticed 'the nppoliUmanUo'f u' ntmi-'B
her of ele.'tlnn luiiiectnrti tliniiiEhmir.
tho Territory Who will rcrve nt tho
general electioliirtfi he held In No-'J
vember. The iipp'olntmonts were as
First District Sixth I'reclnct.
Samuel K. 1111. Becond I)lstrlct-rr
Third I'reclnctt William Kaanuiana
(member and chnlrmnujjr'' Thomas'
t'lpi, i), v. Ktiwai, i-ouriiiiro
olnct; Joseph' Klaha. Klfth I'reclnct:
I). U. Haleiuau. Ninth-I'reclnct: D.
K. Kelllkiill. Kleventh l'rclnct: W.
II, Lalnaholo. rweifth 1'teslilCjt
Sum Kamaupolekane (member and
chairman), Joseph 1, Ijuui, J. W.
1'iiakca. .N'lnoteonth I'reclnct: 8.
. Choy Sung, tho Korean who tried
to guillotine a fellow countryman n
couple of weeks ago, has absconded,
und Ills borulBiueu nro now on the
lookout for lit id.
Captain T. T. Raunders has becuM
arrested und charged at the pollcaJH
station with having used a ileadlyJH
weapon, to wit, u pair of handculTaH
on a sailor named Allen 1'usquorjH
Tho baud tiffs were used as' a clfihB
It Is alleged, and the' ns.ault toajcB
plate on hoard the David livansUtJj
I'eurl llarbiir. iBIH