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MONDAY'S GREAT RATIFICATION
THERE WILL BE PLENTY OF
GOOD SPEAKERS AND
Nominations for Senators and Representatives
Made by tho Maui
Republicans on Wednesday
Last Strong Ticket.
abounded enthusiasm marked the
meeting of the republican executive
committee In their handsomely
headquarters in tho Elite
building last evening. The session was
almost entirely given over to arranging
plans for tho big blow-out and
mass meeting of republicans to be held
at the drill shed Monday evening. The
committee has secured music for the
occcaslon. while there will be speakers
galore. Geo. R. Carter, J. II.
IJoyd and T. McCants Stewart were
a committee to select speakers
for the ratification. Sam Parker will
also make an address. If the plans
of the committee do not tnlscarry the
meeting will be one of the largest of
D. II. Wright was delegated to ar
range for a light to be placed In front
of headquarters and to prepare a
At the Waul republican convention
held on Wednesday the following
nominees were selected to represent
Br Senators H. P. Baldwin. A. N.
Kojtolkal and M. Reuter.
For Representatives Geo, Hoes, D.
H. Kahaulelio, C. H. Dickey, Henry
LOrfS. Philip Pall, J. K. Naklla.
There was little or no excitement
at V selection of nominees and everyone
in the republican party f Maul
seems pleased with the choice made.
Despite the efforts of the board of
health, the politicians, are getting on
Molokal to spread their political doctrines
among the lepers. If the inhabitants
of the settlement are not indoctrinated,
they must be deaf,, dumb and
blind. Perhaps it is just as well so.
Tho Republican Is in receipt of tlie
following communication, which is siren
for the good It may do:
Editor Honolulu Republican Yesterday
I picked up on the street a little
dictionary with cover, ly leaves and
title pag torn away. Tfee deftmHIoas
are unique and I give a few of tasj
uiai u owmt mar rifto" aad
is the intention of the club to put up
as fine racing on this occasion as has
greeted patrons of the track in Honolulu
for a long time. An alluring
string of prizes will be hung up.
Among the most Important Is the
Inn cup, offered by H. M. Almy
of that resort. The trophy Is valuud
at ?75 and Is well worth trying for.
A liquor dealers' purse will also be
made up among local merchants in this
line, besides a general canvass among
all business men is to be made for securing
as attractive a list of prizes as
Taken as a whole the Honolulu Driving
association starts out In this season's
work, with exceedingly bright
David Asa's Vow and
A Singular Case That is Using Up
the Gray Hatter in Judge
Wilcosc's Thinking Trap.
Judge Wilcox took a case home with
him last night and after supper sat oc
his veranda and pondered over It seriously.
What he concluded to do will
be known on Monday, when David Aea
comes before him to hear what the
jury has to say about David and ms
It is alleged that Mrs. Aea gave her
lord and master cause to desert her.
David alleges this. Mrs. Aea says that
David has desreted her for another
woman, and so she had him arrested.
David has deserted her for another
to the parting of the ways, swore a
solemn oath that he would forever and
a day live separate and apart from her.
Oh Recount of this oath he could not
be convinced that he should go back
to his wife. David says that if he
breaks his vow he will meet with some
awful pilikia, and having gotten himself
mixed up with his gods, he Is
afraid he cannot get out of his vow
for fear of sharks, if he goes for a
bath in the sea, or of rolling stones
if ho joea to the mountains. The
judge suggested seeing a kahuna and
bfng absolved from the vow, but
David did not think the services of
the ghost doctor would avail in his
case, as tire vow was a double-distilled,
iron-bound and copper-lined vow of
great strength and far-reaching effect.
Mrs. David suggested that the vow
which David had taken upon himself
to share his sorrows and double his expenses
was the real cause of his refusal
to go home, where he rightfully belonged.
As the law says the judge must In all
cases of the kind use his best endeavors
to reconcile the parties. Judge Wilcox
went at his task. He tried to convince
David of the error of his way and partially
succeeded, but the .awful tow
loomed up before David like the
pall and he did not see his way
clear to.make up. Mrs. David was
willing, eTea,anxiou, but her erriag
spoose said aayxaad so Judge Wilcox
is coaslderiax wsW to da
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InW'ooien Goods at
For the cext few days we will offer Woolen Goods at greatly reduced
claim his property. The book is much
worn and seems to have been a pocket
ADVENTURER Any bright man
who has the temerity to offer himself
for office in opposition to us.
AMERICA A free market for our
CORDIAL RELATION See Smith,
Kinney, Thurston and members of the
Hawaiian judiciary under the republic.
FOREIGNER An American who
does not believe in our political
GOOD GOVERNMENT Government
of the people, by us and for us.
JOB-CHASER Any person outside
our crowd who takes any part in Ha-J
LIBERTY The right to import Japs
and disfranchise natives.
MALIHINI See Foreigner.
RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN A
member of C. U. church.
TRANSITION PERIOD From August
12, lSDSrto the day of judgment
W. S. N.
Honolulu, Sept. 2G, 1900.
The Young Men's Republican club is
a vigorous organization and its campaign
committee is making great preparations
for Its mass meeting at the
drill shed on Monday evening. Sam
Parker will be the chief speaker, but
there will be others, and some very
eloquent ones. A quartet will furnish
vocal music and every republican
should attend tils meeting. Democrats
and independents will be cordially
Colonel Sam Parker will open the
campaign at Kahuku this afternoon.
From there he will return to Waialua
to mate a speech this evening. A
special train will be sent down and
quite a large party of prominent republicans
will accompany Barker.
W. H. Cornwell, national committeeman
of the democratic party, will leave
next Tuesday for Maul to take the
stump In his own and his party's Interests.
Mr. Cornwell expects the nomination
for the territorial senate.
Preposes to Build
Irk as a Club House
How Judge Wilcox Would Provide
for the Yachting1 Fraternity
at Pearl Harbor.
For some time the yachtsmen have
been talking of a house to be built at
Pearl Harbor to accommodate then
and their friends when they sail and
to the end that on a run to the harbor
there may be some objective point to
make for. There has been a good deal
of discussion as to where the house
should be located and opinion on this
point seems to be divided. Some would
like to have it built near the shark
pen. Others think the mauka side
where there is a sand beach .and where
the yachts could anchor in the still
water woald be the best. Otbsrs
would like the headquarters aita
wish a nice Tailor Made Suit
the very latest ideas in our
Department. We carry ' the
aud most complete Assortment
Woolen Goods this side of
B. KERR & CO
up by Aki's place at the upper end
of the harbor.
Judge Wilcsx, who is one of the most
enthusiastic on the proposition, has
advanced a proposition which is novel
in its way in that it solves the problem
of location to the satisfaction of all
concerned. He would have a very largo
house-boat built. This might be
moved from place to place, as the occasion
required. The judge's plan ha3
not been discussed very much yet, as
it is not generally known. The plan is
to build a very large barge, say 100
feet long by thirty or forty feet wide.
On the barge a house would be constructed
of a good size in which sleeping
accommodations could be arranged.
The greater part of the barge would
be used as a lanai and the roof of the
house might also be put to use as a lanai
or roof garden. In ease the yachtsmen
wanted to go shark fishing the
barge or house-boat might be moored
near the shark pen. On Regatta day
the barge might be moored at the finish
of the course. As a floating rendezvous
it coHld be "hiked" about to
suit the convenience of those using it.
In San Francisco bay, near Belve
dere and at Tlburon, there are many
"arks," as they are called which are
used by the young men of San Francisco
as summer homes. There Is no reason
why the same plan for arks at
Pearl Harbor might not be carried out
here. Of course, it would cost some
money, but not any more than the construction
of an elaborate house on
leased or purchased land on the shore
of tho harbor.
With some place to go to or stay at
besides the yachts the pleasure of a
trip to Pearl Harbor would bo greatly
FIRE ON" HALEA.KALA
Visible from the Channel and Believed
Not in the Cane.
The Mikahala which arrived from Hawaii
yesterday, reports a great fire raging
on the slopes of Haleakala. The
fire was plainly visible from the decks
of the the Mikahala all the time she
was crossing the Hawaii channel.
It is thought to be a brush Ore started
by the sheep h rders. The fire i said
to be high up on the mountain side; too
high above sea level to be in the sugarcane.
The purser of the Lehua, which arrived
from Mnul last evening, says
nothing was heard of a blaze of anv
consequence up to the time his vessel
F. H. Foster and wife arrived in the
Lehua last evening.
McCorriston and son are in
town. They arrived from Molokni last
Gate and Bruises Quickly Healed..
CaaJBbarialn's Pain. Bairn, applied o
a eat. brate. burn, 'scald- or Ilk Injury
will instantly allay the pain aud
will heal the parts in less tlcte than
amy otaar treatment Unless thz
ii very teTers it will not Iwive a
car. Palm Bain, also cores rheumatism,
apralns, swellings and
Far sale by all deafen ana
Bmsob. Smith Co.,
Twrttosy of Hawaii
REPCTBLI0A5, SlTCRDAl, mwimb 29, 1900.
EXCELLENT RACING FOB
THE VISITING SHRINERS
THE HONOLULU DRIVING ASSOCIATION.
RACES ON OCTOBER 6.
Track in Splendid Condition and
Rare Good Racing is Promised
Lovers of horse racing In Honolulu
are assured of-some good sport in the
near future. Such was thfr decision
of the Honolulu Driving association at
its regular meeting last evening at the
Hawaiian hotel. The gathering was
participated in by representative
horsemen of this city, and much enthusiasm
was manifested in the series
of race meetings now proposed.
Saturday, October Gth, has been fixed
upon as the day of holding the first of
the series. The program for this
meeting has been arranged and
of four erents, as follows:
Three-eights mile pony race.
One mile saddle race, gantleman riding.
Three-minute harness race, trotting
and pacing; best two in three.
GentlemeH's driving race, one mile
After calling the association to order,
the minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved. A motion was
made and carried that an additional
payment of-50 cents a day be allowed
the man at the track for extra work
that is required of him while rushing
The by-laws and rules of the Honolulu
Driving association were then
read and approved. An amendment to
protests in which the decision of the
board of directors shall be final in all
questions regarding racing was offered
and adopted. A motion that the officers
of the club be elected annually
was also carried.
A. H. Moore was electa as auditor
of the association. The secretary wis
the instructed to cast the' ballot for
directors, .and the election resulted In
the following being choaen:
C. J. Soule. Dr. Clapmann, Dr.
and Prince David.
The call for meetings Is to be
in the daily papers according
to the instructions given the secretary.
A number of bills were passed upon,
which afterward led to a discussion as
to some one being appointed to contract
alL indebtedness -and be held responsible
for the same. Upon motion
I. H. Dee was chosen for this responsible
position and hereafter claims
against the association will be passed
upon by him before payment.
Special Collector Green is making his
rounds among the association members
and Is meeting with fair success in
gathering In the funds outstanding la
the way of daaa.
Elaborate plaaa are being made for
Mtia for TkaakaciTiag day. It
If you wish an up-to-date Suit of
the choieeet Cloth from the best
West of England Manufacturers buy
the material from our Store and you
will save money. Call and inspect
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E Houses Built on the
Having secured eome desirable loU In the Uae Ball tract,
we are now prepared to furnish plans and specification, and to
erect Modern and Artistic houses, containing all the latest improvements,
for those desirous of owning their own homo.
Having a complete planing mill, we are tbua able to build at
less coat than the general bullder.to the odantage of the pur
chaser. Call and see us, or we will come and eo you, and
&how you. the advantage of cheap rent.
R'aI 'llfl n Cully tract, 3 new houses just
Fll IjCliv complnted best sanitary plumbing, containing
6 rooms, porcelain liath, patent closet, hot aud cold watr,
electric light, porcelain sink in kitchen, pantry and sorvant's
E (M AAA ritmli Balance
E epljVVV Viiml $oO00
E HJa IntAttAnr Must be
E 11 V llIUHUdl appreciated.
11IU1I llHilt TEI,,.
Installment Plan $500 to -
seen to be
Ground opposlto Kewal j Street. :
House renting a specialty.
Aim to please.
CM EPPERS & CO.
Office and Mill Base Ball
Our Menu by Boat Australia.
California and Eastern (frozen)
Oysters, Salmon, Sole,
Striped Bass, Cooked Crab.
Celery, Cauliflower, Yellow
Turnips, Red Cabbages, Artichokes,
Peaches, Peare, Plums, Apples,
Grapes, Oranges, Lemons,
Fancy Cheese, Fresh Butter.
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Ailraai : XotalsH
low wont have to call
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you buy a Clock from
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