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. :7 - 77 r, 7f v7 i''T1 v ; ' .1 '-V. 7.'. t I ) UafictuTla,. Oct 2.7, 7s ? - -' -. If or can rraftcico 7 . r . i 2d"anselW Oct 6. r recti Vancouver: -.v '. v . ' c V TV 7 ' 4 - . X - 7 "or, Vancouver: v JadeSalta. :-;--. s s - i : $ 4 ' '. t u I. i r ' 1 inutl Bta VoU XXJi; No. 7013- - V -' :''W i - . :;-t - mm i ' :S - , i -v : fM I 1 000 i I 1 : I.-.'' t ' in n i - II it 1 1 u n .1 11 uiih, r- 1 s 1 1 1 iii mmmm OOO : 7.L 'Aid;-- ...J;,'Lu ..L.ulJ I J . - . . r-' 1 !! 1TF1II0.T p rjr.1 Air pel r.Ts VIVE LA FRANCE FIRSTS LAST AfJD;ALDTHE TIME V' ;; :3ER'SV mi CHANGE JACTIG TO AVOro BEIfOUJMandamus Suit Begun to Com- FLANKED ' AND V.L'A DESf .ATEEFOnT ;T0 y GET A;pe Officials to Count Votes r TlinOL'jM 'ALLIES' Ll!:S AT ALBERT-SAYSWHDOHi; ,t'"0! ' C'".;iT OE'.IN CLAIMS STEADY PROGRESS r - FfdiiTi::G Lou;.) iciaochau-japanese nevv primary lav and;-; TO HAVE LGT HL WILY AUSTRIAN-ARMY u. r. l A I.U5 lUVULVtu. if. 'VERY ILL 1,71 SH STEA!.: ER ' BANKFIELDSU ;ti& 1 :rr um i it i inn (ill ivorTHr of sugar!5 P HJ-i ? ? , l 1 - -tils fcrcc3 ndTncV xicr. . : zziii of .Albert, which .... t ii im li mt Heavy" Damage Done Property L i; land Young ugar Cane; : is Washed Out s v - t I: 'A. legal fight," thoagh'a. friendly one, that will give the new :dlrect primary laW. a eTer test ;M Veil as determ- r-ine- whether "half a dozen ReDubllcan ' slowly, v ' ; :.' candidates V for" tnV legislature were 3 and Central VOS- elected cnitrigSt at the primary on Bep- was lormally: begun this .with the filing of papers in a w mandamus suit by Attorney Robert" W. " i. : Breckons, vice-chairman of the Re v V V ' publican party and acting cn' behalf ' .' 1 cf the candidates and the party. : , r : frt 1 . Th nptiMorf for a writ of tnandamna I'll. - ' T O ,,was brought in Judge RoDinson'a court " c't? Lcdcn IDcily ' t0 compel .Secretaryof the Territory " . 'J Z,i1a Thayer and County Cleric Kaiauokaia- l . trUlvS CI y tn n-nrn iha' hallnt-hfin-a f tflft recent . CCUy n Anirj rH-ary, and count the votes rcast'forj. - f 4.,.-,4' v'-T IcA'.ilitlve -candidates and thus yie- w 10 " va t'" terrnine wjiethflr lhe candidates have. . ,t', WJ Vl- 1 WJUUl Ui UUiH VHfiV IVi tile - , v lite. - v.-'-s ' --v.' . vT1! In the flUng of the suit, the name - : Tc 1 r - - i r . 4 1 . i f, 4 rtniTV- fca-' the house from th Fourtlr district, ap- 7 . pears as "relator ;and petitioner" c . t.-TCJ t3 Allies. There are three other Republican can . On Ilonday French! didatea for the bouse, air from the . T t r,,- FourtH district, whose case are slmi- . . . :r qnC Jnns b3 wf to that of Cooke. They are D. , P. A- r- ;'' .-'R. Isenberg, Norman Watkins and V. ' 1 .i-I j -T. Rawlins. .Each claims election out- V r TrDiy - T right under the: provisions of the1 et -V - ; ' '-"'j 4 : : rect primary law. "; .. : - ! . ;ivy i m. , rhCh W nnfer- As. told In" the Star-Bulletin yefiter . : .n, v. nxa is ,.wuw feay y the . attItude 0f thaf attorney-gen- : ctrcytd. -i . ' eral la handing an , opinion J.b Secre . ' : ' , ; ' tary Thayer made It obligatory on -the - - 9r. , candidates themselves to take-the ini tiative . in getting the primary law formally; before: the courts and thus v.. securing a 'decision as to their urii2li'J,j2Lf' A The attorney general,; however, .(hast Unfavorable COnditlOJIS ReSUlt ?v5 V in inaciiiiy pi uomfjany 170-BADLY: ,... J-. -vs.- WUffllFUlBDc " OF LAST V.'EEti i rr'- . Gerier(al Pau ; (above), th one-. rmed leader cf the French forces In Altace, and Thtophile Delcasse (below),. French Minister of War TCDAV, Fiffl -V' i to Raise Funds i - W 4A . f n been in entire. accord with Attorney - oo : CJ Breckons in seeking a legal and effec : Girded the J&pa- tlve way out of the difficulty: and in vt.anr! trring to get a settlement rf.ihe.ques-KW--.f " ?V 7-SWeeper being; leaders since Hawaii' first ? nominate 'pany's bonds was passed today, when . y-ving primary on September 12.''---; ; it fell dueJ :; 7 7 5. 'vi ; ; : ' - '-'v tk tost piaa i fhns a frfpnrtlv one i" Bond s of this, comnanv IconHtitiite the Gerna& J both on the part of .the.; Rep- blican the largest bonded indebtedness ever c: - v. 4.. " - t1 " J"" ,;-.-'QT, candidates tnd, the territory as rc.re-.HV7- wriwruou iu " iern T . - , eented by the-attorney-general, though ;tory-.c'"Due issue' of 1901:slx per, cent - J ; : ' , he 4s a 73etiocrae Neither side will -.bonds. Is for 1 1,000,000, and.. a later re- . - ? a , interpose any technical Melays in get funding, Mtension d ' iconsolidation lt..Vc. ..tiamfir,t r h m.tA issue Is for 13,500.000, .making the to- riiicdndc:avrr ' f"T-r. ' -rff rtf tnnnflflmm will be- held next w" Muyu w-u imw km - TTV -.rr1'' im;rvtJt I(;nex built The Bishop Trust Company 'Is r- . ; -..v'.'-'.;.-;.! Wturday,mornlngat 9 oclrefc.-, . : ; :: .C.r;v;y employ of thilapld Transit Company 82 a ndV that f -the Refunding . . - . , v and .well known In; tnls city, died at.. cc. - - ;. , -.'-'1 .4!. .-. .Lh cf tlirLiv:: 7 V 4 . . - ' V:r 3,-'fixes th: ' fV Vi- " , j " 1 the home of lis half-brother, Lawrence 1 I IGF" Tlundon, vat Kapaa, Kauai. Tuesday 1 1 C day tdys f " y I roatlon received "here- - Mr Mundon' is I a r,v ' -rro ' survived by a widow; and chUd, who ? f1. ii C0W ate in 7IIoficIulu and who4' will cn onr rijhtf inieave for Kauai,ori7he steamer W. B. 1 1 YOUTHS ARE CALLED "TO FIGHT FOR FRANCE t v; -t. Announcement is - made by Dr. Au gustus Maraues. consular aeent for Hall this evening. : Mr. ; wunaon; wno , iance, that the recent call to arms r s toni:. at'. Waiilust KauaU'was-26 'includes all young men-born; between j oars; old at the time of Tils death.; He January 1 and December. 31, 1895, they received his education. In the Honolulu being included in the call td ' active schools. : r f ' -7 -r ''V-'. 7 service.-' .; ;--7. - 'iAS'X1 AD CLUBBERS ! ATTENTION ! tf fa rrovn- ' C SSOQB8eBOaBBBHBea8 SrlS Bl vJ.3 C-.C3 atwJ,Vv;vj , .- C Club rnembrs are expected to bejat the dinner : A considerable section of the town of . Walmea was under water all , of last ThursJfy mornlng.and a part jof the afternoon as a result, of overflow from the Walmea rtversays Qar den Island. ! The water id some real dene premises was twd feet deep, while in .lower localities ..it i ran; as much as three feet In the roadway in ; front of Hofgaard Company's store in the center of the town, which Is higher than the; region toward the river, water was from one to one and a half feet deep. . ; ; C . ',-:: There was more alarm over the slt uatlon in neighboring i towns than in Walmea itself however; as evidenced by , telephone calls fromT everywhere Into -Walmea for information.' TTbe people of the flooded tpwn had had such experiences before--although on a much smaller scale and did not appear, to ; grow unusually ' excited about it,'.' .". I '-'Ji',; " The flood had three causes. . First waa a; cloudburst, on - tha - mountains several, miles above the town, occur ring the night before, the river besln hlng to rise in the early hours. of iti morning.;. '7 ; '7'; 7,.. 7 f Second,' an. embankment of sind which1-had: -been formed- atthe.iicutii of the river by the action of incoming waves, from the sea and the outgoing waters of the river. ;7 ;7 ;- ' Third, an unusually heavy ,; swell coming, in from the sea Just at - the time ,the flood waters from tie land were rushing'down. y'y "'77' 777 V Water rose to the top of the'banks by -7 o'clock In the morning; and It was seen that an overflow was threat ened. j All'the rdaden of the dis trict were called out and set to work at the perilous task, of clearly the sapsd from the mouth of the river. They were successful at first, but the Increasing force of the' waters , from Dotn siaes piiea ; sana DacK. again faster than they could Temove it' : "The Gotanda hotel,-"tiear, the river, was. the first premises flooded; T.and from there the wtrr moved on and engulfed the district back of the" ice works,-; the. telephone exchange, the Walmea auto works-, and Bishcpr & Co.'s bank. Another flood -stream started up the road to the right from the bridge toward. the valley 77 j ; .The water .in ' the district around the telephone exchange finally reached j such ."a height that it broke? or r the i road ; and - flooded the premises - of J. flcClellan and proceeded ca don to Ilofgaard &. Cc's store, the square lr. front and tc the ; courthouse.- - .The residence premises of GBorge Bertram and ; Deputy SherifT W. O. Crowell, across the road, were invaded) by. the water,. despite the fact that they; are considerably higher thanr t the" sur rounding;' country, -' . i 4 .i ' - . r Itas about 1 o'clock in the after noon that the water was at Ita high est and Walmea people" seemed to really; manifest, alarm..'. At that time all the rice patches on : the of tsldrts and other 16w places were filled i and there - was - practically a continuous lake from the ' 6 ridge' around..' to the highlands . and : toA the : sea near , the steamer ; landing.;. :- v -.';-;7- 777 V 7 After IV o'clock, however; It was noted that the flood Vas receding and in a couple of hours more Uttle water remained except, in the rice - patches andMow. regions ; -'-v -7-v.- A .gratif ying feature of thr: occur rence as that 'not atf accident was reported1 the -casualty list '1 showing only a few chickens and the like. ; 7 .The rain which began early, in the week proved unusual for this time of the yearall over .Kauai j the heavy I an'i1;.-lTTint:'!i YrntlTjiiriti '. shnwora ir. tonlflht Jrrthe- K. around to the mountains 'above Ke- P.iJ. Goodness and A.: Garcia, Claiming Primary MajoHties, f .Notify Secretary Thayer 7 y''' 'i - . 1 C Two.vmore Republican-, candidates for Jobs in the next house of repre sentatives now are ; claiming their election. at, the. primary, and have so notified Territorial Secretary W. W. Thayer. ' They are Peruvla J. Good ness and A. .Garcia, both cf. Maul and bothl receiving the highest vote cast for. candidates to any office by, the electorate of that county, There Is no way,' of proving their contention except by opening the ballot packages -ad counting the number of balloU cast "however, and unless they, llks the four" Oahu Republicans, ." JSring mandamus - action against the secre tary and county cleric to compel thl3 count their names will g j on the list for the' November election. ' y. ' At tt" recent trLary GcJnes3 re. celved ;1247 votes, whlla Garcia re- ceivea-1249 votes. Neither figure 13 a . majority - of ti: registered vote cf Maui, es e.at b and a majority would be 14 Dl cr rr.cre. But of cour: i the full .rei-tcr: 1 vcte was nctcact r. the primary; t.t tha f r 1 t:.r. U-re'lsjio'r. - c: tscertaL::.--: tha exact nuialcr.o dil vcto ani ;hera you are. ; " ; 1 . In tfctir cocr"r.icatlir.? .to , V.r. Tha r the iMaul claLinL3 Co Let say they are goizg to Jtak tha c-s-Ucn into court, but they v:.lzzliclly will have to f do so, 'as-there U no other possible way t: settling the nat ter, unless they rel.nt and-deciJa ta take another. chsnce at the h-r.i3 cf the electorate on November- 3. tr---t- Ing in tho' people to lusie certaia th;ir election. ' - J 71" 1 n kin hii.J. !-! ESP EGTCD t ;:' CLu.7 :. Defensa Pine:: Fiv: V. ;0n St:.nd This : . y LI . . ry 1 j C ivu( witness iiast?,l::e; wACOWTHE -Vi C6un::IRcfu:2toSr." V Dt -rsrl. ! - .1 t i . T- - " - p-' - 1, : ILAL.bl tii. h '7 7 - ' ' ;;-7j - - ' ,: 7 ..--.-. y , '' . r 7 y , -r . " .' ' That the defer.?? '1 th McCarn. wl.'.ch no.; 5i fore Jui-3 V.T.1 L '.Vi territorial ceurt, rc ' ' ; re" j to re:t it 3 c part cf ne:t wt maie thb r.:rr' 1; scl fcr.the ii! ' . for the defe: i ctit? wfccth:r r. 7 ed cn I ho v versira cf tho " ar.i Ci-uih.: " riJer cf th f ' C3 L .-r !r? l"i r ti A Liv. the rr"; " th.T : 1 c . t.. . ; Crn ot: t r 1 l.in ) t-r th? . V 3 '-. t; t t. trict r" t:;:.:: ' 1 :t 5 .r. ! t t: ; U-7" .31:7 .' 7 V '.TV- -77f.(goit3 force will be ; there nd sjenerat rehearsal , of 'ehea.;Kjv;Prftogn'tW x r i 7- - 7; , g and cthef .thln;t which Honolulu will 9ffef,theivlcx, t!onK. mVst general downpour to date of the c"- LS yct'lini t e reviewed to; assure that everyone know.what to where; .f-month.started.in and Saturday there ; , -4 S . t-oe and how to doiU -yruty heavy showers all over, In rrcrrncnt's CftN rs; Heinie haa arranaed . a . fine din per. y - c , .r2-.VH' a -Y.I w 4 ' -V - . Xh All the deleBates, should 'be .there and ali Ad Clrt tame down in "sheets-and v ... intrtnrf in helnlna eood work alona. v J- s . - . . M . ,. ! r7 "e- " r;;"f ; 1 1 .;-tj" J ' " niamaeu naa 10 oe em aJLjirouna la ' - " - .1 m r. n ri n n. m-b . v w L . . . I ;.A- ,7 tpaBaBBBaHHaBiaaBMdfiaeBH a a gs, g a a .jgj 5 ia ' ln- order that the"surplns might move " . . 1 '- i. . .. t ' c j 7;. i f ; . ' j - t, $ . " ' J'offljiandily. '.'if '-'J' -' f'--' '-"."-.'f 7' : : 7rVV ' " -.v 7""' ' r 'i '7-- a'""' '4:fe' CConUntfe 3 o- r-ziV&tin -::,'- '' v"3 ' ' ; , 7 vTAss'ociatei Press .Service byFede7 (k it..r,. . . ! 'Vy Letter From L:.. Saya U'Con Ru:::ans Pa:::J Through 7 777 England to Francs ' 77 7f- ;,v Writing' from Leeds, '; rngltnd.' to local relatives, a, woran whose sym pathies are vigorously with. the' Allies, presents-a graphi?: picture of British people in War tlm lief story, given in7the letten publrsbed , below, indfc cates that all sorts of - rumors . .are afloat In England-. She writes 7 '::-; : :J Leeds, Eng.; Sept S, 19147 Dear Mrs. ,. '' . Mother "sent your letter on to me here, :-; Thank - you' so much for , the dollar tm from Mrs. Will you tell her how much I appreciate, it anl tha rplrttjwlth which she has Inquired the shoulders. Ii?rt -,v v.. crc.:-cxe'. ' er3 cf Il'.i;. r: 1 !i t: ; ' ccurt.y' Chd'Ii th-: cn"th3 aft err.; after tM :-rr hallxay cf th? : : r.ted v.-;th i r rcte.-3.: .-n : way, to tha c..i: pleaiantly to th i. I to be la a Lurry, the When JlcCara ar the'hallM,faill t' 3 said. 'I den't. v.r.t : any more as yo i. 1 today.' JlcCrlde ?a! i 1 aT crirple, but J-dca't r rest, I can't ' recall - ' said. vilcBriie r: t ". hip -pocket -end: br : .h: . If It had r piste I ia i:. strlks HcCarn. "I -dT ' Vt In MpCarn's hand. Ii C2rrr in' the facr." wlLresa3, called 7" t; floor rr.i a raah grabh: 1 . 5 uto the cause, of our movement You did not give me her address, tt)ut I think ' she will ; like to hear.1 through yoorr, ,' a vf , . ; - t . .v "The telegram tell ua that fierce battle . 13 raging now bur the Allies are making a good star.d and .have driven the Gercaan force-iackr in one place; i We are f eeflng more hopeful,, as up to' now; the. news was always German; advances. Wrhen wersaw; 16 miles from Paris it looked aaiif they would' be .here directly. - X : V: v You would be delighted to ae? howl our WS.;P U- women s ;organiatlon$. have taken things in hand. and. things are humming. , : Women are prepared to- do anything; they will drive the motor busses, tniiisport' horses to the' front guards look after the distressed, tjjrse,. doctort and , keep bustne3i as u&ual a3 far as it is possible to do so. But ob," it is heart-br?aJtIni o see the young lids -go-off to make food' for canncnsC Nearlyevery one you ir.r t has some one either at the front sc where, or - going. . (They .don't- i v whereK7 Factorial are . mr :L all ,ci half' time, ; and-rn all, th? I houses they rre CtUtng;-the u: rrieJ men that vess tcy e-' t t'-.cy.v. -ill get the ?7k7 It U i, :al,:; tha rocr wretch - f have, fl0 " 1 ; -ct. r 1" -9. . ' th Eriie wa3 doing." - .III33 Frelta3 said, th -1 v. 1 - trouble" commenced ?h 3 ran a .v wards the assistant d.elriet r" otfice,:;. She-' added tr-t-fh-i mother, there,-trylri ij s : "scrap," "l heard t;rr off the gun-'' take cf: f. ? " .' I that v-after -Mr. llcCarr. , , c fleer." - ,-..;.; r- : When crr?s-exa...ie.f 1, I... ; sa.ld that she cli not hear :ir. 1 calt McUrids a lyir.5 ' "I didnl hear any s 'T at all' she sail:. "I di! ret ? McCarn put hi3 tar.d to hJi Lip paciir et. but McUri i i d'.3., ' ------ . ; "Have you tahkod to anybody about this caea?" zi I City ard Ccur.ty At-' tcraey J. W. Co" -art. r ' - ' " -"Ye.:, sir; hlr.'. McCarn 'trj llr. Lf;htfeet Eil to myr.ct'-cr'cr.l ser ethers," r.-.3v.-ere l the v.i;.';: ' - II r. Cath.rart then asked tha wiir- ; if hg hil not reals a statsrr-h - rarila- th'e.-afralr'-ta ::r.-::'.'J- - ' Cays e.hs Caw fly C':-i. .Attorney J: A: y- th, defense., v , ' . . 1 U1.H? ,- r.rA f--- W " - cr.cicra:-M::f 7 - . t'