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through BULLETIN advertising that
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gain" or "prices" to fill your store
with customers.
2:SO EDITION
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Ill PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRIT JllY -I)F HAWAII, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1010. 12 PAGES.
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DEMOCRATS
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F rtn i rci hit rrnnrs.ir fit or
IN TAFTS HANDS
(Hvluf IS 11 1 It tin CiUil.)
. WASHINGTON, Kept. I.". The
resignation of Waller P. Driko,
United Mn'es Collector of In
trriuil Hi M inio ut Honolulu l.iu
In on lonu.illy wlllulrawn. Tlio
matter ut whether Mr. Drake Is
In rnntliiiio In iilllcii li now ixmuI
Int: bcfoiu. President Tuft .it
Ilcvcily.
MCT1K
. .j. .. - - :
Will Seek New Ideas to Be
' Used in Management of
Moanalua.
jVmi-piihllo Kunloim of tho l'lnltcil
Stutoa unit l.u,oi.e.iind llio methods ot
iinTruircmu'nt will ho tlio chief objects
of Intercut to lion. S M. Damon, who
left on tlio Wflhulinlnn for n vac.itlou
trip ot thrcu iiiomliB.
.Mr. Damon ulll ialt these g.irdjns
with a low to ntloptliiK such Ideas iia
may npi'iMl lo him itH heliiful In the
liiaiiuuoiuent ot the Moauuliia caulenn
lii lis to Becmo thu liclifllt:! of the
KioumlH to the untitle In u manner mit
lifattory In all coureuieil.
Tlio attriivtho lealurea of Mnaiialiia
are lieliiR conrtliintl) lucioaM-tl, ami
nil Honolulu Krimn tlio number of n.'o
liln who inlt the K.mleiiH LHieclally
mi KmulnH, Ij Rtc.ullly liicreas.liiK
With thu ihiuiKca nml crowth of tbo
population .Mr. Damon llmlx that hu
bail many now prouleniR to nieut. Now
STUDY GARDENS
lonilltlonH aro roiiMautly urlliiR
llii'io, as well n3 In town, anil It Is
tlio Intention of the owner In learn
how K.iiiluiiH of this rh.irac.trr la tlio
Millllly of tbo larner eltles of Amei
U.'i anil Itampu nre liamlleil
.Mr. Dainoa'ri chief iiiirpoo In con
ni'illon with Moa'aaliia In to .ii.uo the
' ciouinlj 'i place whiTo tlio pu'illc Is
weldimo. lie usUii mil) that thu peo
ple who ennio iilinlltivhiivo tlioiniehea
aliil'liiit linlillco In hooilliimlKiii .N'olli
liiK liUast'H .Mr Damon moro than to
mo laii;e tiumbom of men, women nml
thllilion of all natlonalltloj ami from
- all walls of lire rno)lne tlio Kiiulens
It lias been found of Into months how
inn- that there Is an elomunt that
tinea not haw tbo repaid for others
that It should Cam ban to bu taken
that those, who would make of tlio
Kioiiuds a ioiikIi, boljteroiis beer n.ir-
i den ili'ule place, Hliull not dihe out
tin) Kiiatci liiimber nf iillct fuiullles
wlin mel; n peateful oiiIIiik crounil
wlioio limy will not disturb other,
nor be dlJtiulmd theiiuulves.
!)'" .Mr, Damon will look about for
ilmll.'ir estateii and i:et as many new
Ideas as possible that aro iiihiptublo to
lui al louiIitlutiH, The insult Is cer
tain In bo for the beiiillt of tbo public
In lis tulutlon to the Moaniilua Burdens,
STOCK-MARKET
IS VERY QUIET
'Haen nf Inrnl sloeks fur thn I.ihL
twelityjlour noiim weio eiiunni'd In
linen Holi'itlona.
Iiriwien lionriU lUI) shines nf Iln
milwia iuiii)il, at 18. Wnliilun, In n
Ji.IikTji fifteen shams, lumiKht I'l11
U It a ll$lt ailviinui nr tlio lust
i)i')')niu hIii. 1 1 M 1 1. it iimki llio hM
ulliiVi'lllK III Hi" f"" ""' ll,,ll,
TJiri U.m, iiiiikUnK nf iwunD'
Fhji well, lMKitsihuiiiU btiwwii
Irtwnl Hi UK 60, M4 ilv iihnj si
lmliiu muImi liiunalil l.'.O TIim be
pyiKU Utwtil "i" "'f ) hiUmuvm
ll I IV ItVI MSI Ukfl IUN MM H
VU)U Ml. Willi It 4 si I"!)
lUw Humsi lii, j luiv (ldliu Hum
hj$ ' " M I. I'm !
llltl'i Jt1 fl '' Hl
IS NAMED BY
t.sl.ltlll I'hfs dl )
TWINTON. N. J, Sept. IT,.
Wimlrnw U'llmn nioslilunt of I'rliieo
ton UiiUmvlty, was today nmnlnnted
for (iinernor bj thu Deinoeriill
Ktate toiiventloii rrcsldont Wilson
has In en talked nf as a noisllile Dein-
o;;ratle uilulld iln for thu l'losldeuo.
and tlio lemilt nf his cun.ms In thu
htnto electlun will hno an Important
hear In;; on bis fiilnie In that illiec
Hon.
I'rrsldent WIlRon Is a nnthe ot
Staiiliton, Vn., where ho was born
Deienilier 2S, tS'fi. Ho crmliiated
from 1'rln clou In 1ST!), mid attend
ed tbo law echnol of tho Itnlxerslty
ot Virginia In U79 SO. Ho secured
th degree of l'h. I), fiom Johns Hop-,
Kins In 1SSG und was honored by tbo
ilcgieo nf IX I), from Wnko Torest,
1S8T: Tulane, lS'JS; Johns Hopkins.
1UU2; KulKerf, 1902f UnKersity ot
'ciiiiblvnnlA, l'JO.T; Drown, 190:i;
ifiivard, 1307J Dartiiiouth, 1000.
He ilractlsed law In 'Atlanta, fin.,'
iSSS-.l; was piofcssor of bictorj nlid
pnlltirnl onomy at llrjan Mnwr,
lbfu R; Weslejnn Unhoislly, 1SS8
110; professor of Jurlsprudonco und
polities at Princeton. 1SU0-02, nml
prcslilent of tbo university since Au
gust I, 1002. Ho Is a member of
the American Academy of Arts nnd
Otters, Amorlian Acartemyvof l'o
iitlrnl and Social Science. Anioilcan
lllfctorlcnl Assii'lntlon, American
Sconnmlr Association, and corre
pondlng member nf tlio Massncbu
satts lllBlorlc.il Society. Ho Is an-
tbor of "CoiiKrepsIounl (loernment
-A Study In Ameilran Iolltlcs";
"Tlio Stuto Elements nf Historical
and I'rattkal Politics"; "Dlvlslom
and Ucunlnn. 1S29-80"; "An Old
Jlnstcr and Other Political i:sna";(
T.eoigo Wafhlngton": "A Hlktory
nf the Amerl-nn People." j
Provident WIlFnn was married tn
Hlleii Inilso Axsnn of Savannah,
(la., June 21, 1 S S n .
GRAY IN MINNESOTA.
( MMirliUut I'riss Cable)
ST. PAUI,, Minn . Sept in Mluno
botn Democrats In their Rtato ion
vent Ion today nomlnuted James (Iray
as their canilldato fur tlovemnr John
l.lnd was nominated nt u puvlous
convention but retused to ucccpt tlio
nomination
lluilal lliillitlll Wlnliss)
; !
III I.O, Si pi. 1.1 fjovemor
I'roar'i) adminlstriitlou hud u
iiaiiow iscapn fjoni a refusal tu
endorro by tho Itepiibllcau DIs
tilit and County convention that
met In this (own Thu olllcl.i!
announcement of the vote was
thlriy-llvo to thlily-seveu, but It
Is still claimed that tint motion
to expunge Iho iindottuuieut i.im
lurried
('hull man Kuuhauu or tho
plallniiu iiiiniultli'u was Urn luun
who set the trnllhlu KlllK Mr
Iviiujiaue.whnu Ho plntfniin nun
inlllin n turned In llm rnUM'll
linn, siihmltleil h iiilnnrlly iimiii
uppiNilllll Din plullnim embil'm
PiHUt uf thu HilliHliUllMlInn nf
IliHeiniil I'lWII
Mini iiiuahluiwhlM i)liithin,
I hi ii.nl inn w.m pul m lb' imIh
uillr ('uiii,! Tliu nMliUU mi
MKUHIIMi Iln tMlHtl llf KUllrfUf
I nMIHMllliM b H )M4i uf Kill If
fli'li In IMll Hti II . (Jiitl
ttblu llillt tilt lllultl'll H'tlttfllt
Ml I II 4 lull tin llllll'il liltl
Mill itll Im M l inillll
ii
DEMOCRATy TERRITORIAL
:PAII! DELEGATES
ARE READY FOR
i(
Morninrj Session Is Occupied
Wiltit PrciirinaVjcsTo
MoiHinations.
shIpman ELECTED AS
CONVENTION CHAIRMAN
1 hn appolntmont of committees on
credentials, rules nml platform nnd
tin Hliectlm; nf n pormanent con
M'nlloti orpiulz.it Ion wvto tho m
to.uplhi'Mue.itn of the TerVltnrlnl
comeiitlun of the Democratic pail
this morujne;. The comentlon con
eued In Knights or Pythias Hall
shiitl) after in o'clock, but tho
greater pcithm of tho urnmlng w-ns
lust In adjournment for the dellbi .
ntlons ot tlm iredentlilsenmniltleo.
Tho ball was rtecnralid with Unit
cd States and Haw-alien flags and
boro a tiul) ;rit riot lr air The e'ti
4
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L&? - .. i
im -l.j&
rS dmmi m
U 1. Jli(AM)I.KN
live element of harmoii) waa fur
nished b u quintet ilub mid tho
singing ot Democratic campaign
tHiugs by tho musicians.
Thu convention was culled to or
der li) I'rid Weed, and n praor of
fered by one uf tho dfllegutes fol
low id llio formal call for the Tot
rltoilal (onventlon nni then lead by
T J. 11)811.
On tho uoiiiluntlons fat teninimii -1
chulrinaii Iheru was no niKiltlnn
tn O, S Slilpmnu (i. K. Knwachnku
was tunned so rctury uf the innvim
(Coutinucil on Page 2
IIII.U, Slul I itiiwiliii lu
kwliUM Mi'idiiii Ib.il lie mill llulll
Knllvr III Iln llilMIl- ll win
kulllliMi Hill linn I lull imln 'ii
IUUtllMli lUMiitilali Im Hi
I'llimil mid U'M'MIH' "Kin
Kiel. il i Id uiti (ii i 4liiii,..
ii lit II, ll' 1 1 li In 4 i in .
Re Xri7jHn
MAKFIAUTO .
FIliHI NUTLEY
I Am III II nl I I ii VMi'lim, I
NTION IN
MCCARTHY'S PLANK THAT
THREATENS PARTY SPLIT
Tho plnrfk on InimlKml Ion, written bj Col. .McCarthy and tbo refusil
nf which bj Nlcl'mdle.is cans d tit in to leave thu parly this )car, Is print
id toilny lit full,
Kuntnr AtrC.it Hi) stilul this uiornliiK thnl ho drafted the plank In
the! Ik'lier that It nitcred lie subject and at tho simo tlmo would protect
tbi iiim crlfy inf thu cnantr).
"II ,us refm d li) McC.iiidless," said McCarthy, "nml that Is why I am
nut nf It.
McC.indless s.-Kcyhls nigrnlin;
would bo nitopjt'd by the coijftution
Krnlltn for a period cfjtwo )jfrtrH. tho
i nine tax bollix iltnoled to iliif lo.ibtiurllou nf belt roads thrnughnut tho
IkIjihIs,
ins. 'i , Tv t '
"I bclloo tbnr Is what tho coinejuh'in win'llidnr's;!' said McCnmllc
Tho ilcCa'itln plank Is as follows!' ' tl ' '
"Wo Mdcoilhe neeil nf uiino people In this Terrltnry, tn, develop nml
enjo) Its :tslf nitiirul rosoiirces. but we ileniiunen tho Velflsh Incompe
tency nf the repitbllean pirt) In tlia ndmlulstratlou of tho law enacted,
and lnvHin wjijiujpenillluro of, tho vast giitns'vntodliy the Inst l osls
lafur.. in pininoici Immlgratlnn. Wo chargo lint party wllh liaxlug
siiiaiiilcioit seoris uf tlioiixamts of dollars of tho peoplo's money, largely
In costy Jimkits of Incnmpetent political favorites
In tho mailer nf ItuiMnn liumlgratloii In paitlciilar, we chnrKO that
patly with wanton wasto or nuiue), mltippiesentallons Inward tho deluded
liiimlgtants and a perelsteut lucumpcti ncy wllliout precedent In our g.)
ei nan nt.
Wo rcallzo that tho iftorts ot tho administration should .bo oxcrtrl to
obtain sulllilcnt labuieis fur bur iilanuitlnns, und wo pledgo our cnnillilit s
Tor legislative ilacos to stiti)rt mi) reasoniblo plan for proino'lus tills
subject. but nuch plan must oHor ie.iwin.iblp Kiiaiautles against llio c3il
lux "f iniiulnrauta upiui nur shoies prepand tn (uiupLlo with our citizens,
alioad) heie who lire engaged In the higher grades nf Inboi, which ennf
maud wngis ii'inelent to eu iblo them tn udheie'to American standards nf
living"
SPECIAL RACE
Col. Sam Parker's Cup Is Fine
Sample Thompson's
Bcauiful.
Murli ntiiUHcin nt was eauri-d down
town this morning by tho placing nn
exhibition In .Mclneruys clothing
stnio window, of Iwn cups that nro
offered fur Hie si clal palr-nar rate on
Sntiiid.i) next Tho trophy presented
by Col Sum Parker is an enormous
silver cup which wou'd hold at, much
us a bucket It is fur and uwn) the
laigost nffeieil hero for muii) a long
da). A card below It describes It as
for tho "i'at Man's llaco."
lite nlber tii'h is an nrdlnar)
chlmi cup of vi rv mug!) make, it re
post s nu a sliiiul In tho window nnd
has a card beailim Iho legend 1lnt
the cup Is what I'liink Thompson will
get for bis efforts In tho ruce.
Man) pontile cougtegatcil nrniiud the
window this inoining, and Sam Par
ker was much in evidence Tho spo
clal rare is causing manv u laugh
iirniinil tmvn bu' tlio spectators will
bo iikliuilsluitl in iho work that ths
four veterans will do on Siiturdu) ar
ter tho gnu iiiiuiiuucis the start of
tho rnrn
'Ibn pnntiiiii"l 'lain l' fill II111 Hulls
pull I.04HII Will Im KlWMI IumIhIiI HI
tlm Miimi.i ll'dei Ibn AHIlMry haiul
ti'im lb, 11 ump nl llHIIIH Mill Hut
Hlll'lllfUiil.lll.
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ArtiiiH.
AJaiPtlir
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MOANA TONIGHT
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I 'V- yk t Hit'
WRANGLE
SESSION
Hint tho InmilBratlon platrnrm that
would dedal o a cnntlniianro nf Imnil-
nioiicj icallzed fiom the special In
LOGAN IS IN
Brings
General
. Army
Supplies for
Posts In-
Local
structor Ballard Arrives.
Ono bundled nnd eighty ions of
general supplies for tlio local arm)
posts ale being disc barged nt tbo .Mat
sou wharf fuiiu tho United Stntes
transmrt I.ngau, which arrived Inst
night
Tho troopship was luto In leaving
San I'iniiclsin on account of tho nun
aiilvnl nf tho Held nrtlllii). destined
lor the Philippines Among tbo pas
sengers fur Honolulu Is Col It. I.
Iliilhinl, eighth Infantr), who ciiiiiu
here tu direct the Institution nf tho
ntllcers of tbo I'l ret National Cuard.
Ills work begins on September 17
A number nf other will known iiruiv
oliiceis uio going to the Philippines
on Iho l.ogan, which sails tomorrow
morning, after Inking -jii lion Ions of
coal ut this poll Cuptaln Wlntem
'I bird Ciivnlr), the uillllury liistiiictui
uf tbo Kamchaiiieha HcIukiIs has re
turned tn lesuiuo his duties ut tlio
Hoys' Scbnol.
Tbo laigaii curilcs four batteries of
Held arllller) anil a rn.ist urllllorv
Captalii Dole) is the tanking nllUer,
LATEST REAtTESTATE
DEAL IN MONTHS
C J llciloiuiinn has Imuubt finui
Chief Justice K llaHwi'll of tbo
Hiipiemu t'niiii 11 11.11 1 of laud nniilulu
iiik sin mid liveliiiliilieililis iiciMti looat
u. on Urn iimkul kd nf I add slusi
fin whlih ho iwl'l f I ,! ,
lliii i(n-d nf uuMft bus Wn llivil
wllh ibii lluipsn nl Htmv)(jnHM mid
Hui ileal U nun nf lliw tmM IhiH Ms
Mill llimle IW -evi'iKl lumilUa tu Iln
itululu iwl MlslU
Then is inmiaaf m ! iiwi iai
I111I1I ,111 'I Slid ilm liil Mils Ml 4
ii 'I 4l-'sni 1 1 "in I be tnlttft ff
Iu Id Stnl I Hills n'Mtli
" iiKWryr-w
4 1 ills Ilm ulliiM liu ttinl
FAVOR FOR
PATRONAjiE j
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s Vt J'
CLIrJeDINSTj
si:ciii:ititi MdnoN
K. ll.it. il ITrSH IJ.1I1I1 )
in i:iti.. Jiabs, scpi. ir,
Piesldeiit T.ift has let II he known
tint be Intends to draw no Put).
against the Insurgent Itepubllcnus I
tlio matter uf patronage.
Tlio position of tlio 1'iesl.lent was
made public today -through a letter
written by Private Secretary Nor
ton In this lettor Mr. Norton makes
the statement that the President will
hereafter Heat tho progressives of
tho Itcpiihllrnu part) ami the regu
lars alike In mattcis of 1 'ode nil pat
ronage.
This Is looked upon us settling
many nf tho dlillriiltlcs of tlio part)
Some months ago. while the Intur
gent movement was ut its height In
Congress, thn President prnrtlcall)
shut out the progressives from any
Mike In tho dispells itloli ot 1'edcral
unices:
The letter of Norton Is bclloveil to
he n peace offering tn establish hnr
niony in the runks and slum- Hint tho
President does not intend to piny
fuvnritcs In factional differences.
HUMPHREY GETS
VERY CLOSE VOTE
C Vns'K'l.il.'il I'rms C1I1U' )
HHATTI.i:, Wash , Sc .t I.'. The vote
of tho prlniar) In wlilih ('oiigrewsiunu
Hiiiiiphre) was Involved was so closo
that It Is Impusklblo to shift what the
tesult will be Ciuupleto returiw will
ho Iieiessaiy lo decide (he ,.u nf the
shT siibsld) Ivuder
TWO DESERTERS
ROB CAVALRY TILL
I VtMlliili.l Cum i,ii )
t'UKYKKNIt, W)n, tW(it, I ft
I'wu luiunM ssiliHtrt, 4Hi Irtwt
Hid MhIm i'uvsId wr urrMii
blf tuila 'ksli4 wltii Ukltm
lulling lllv uMp tlfii nl jlDHii )hti
uf in wutDH iMHtuit mm imm
iti
IN HAWAII COUNTY
; TICKET'NAME
' JJ! I '
I Lh
lltwvlil llll1!!,. f,n Ulr,l..ti-"i
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,fc (111.0, ,Hfpt I.1-Tho Jteimb'-I
1 llchn District nlnt County con-j
v en Hon cnuiplctcd Its labors'
alter making tbo following noin-J
Illations for thn Pall cnnialr,'nSS
CiiiiiiI) MnrliT Sam PiiaC , J
CiiiiiiI) tttiime) . II. Ilrmff
Cmiliti I'tirl. W. i i..,i -
CiiiiiiI) J reasurer - Snalu. i
Cniml) .Siiiurt liars 1,)iimii,2
iikllii, I.ewK Prltrliuril, llerV.'
..... e)
ii') nun iiililliiine. f
The nfllcc nf Ciiinili An.llli.r I
Aim left blank. 5
'lirrllnrful Senators Pi ruan.j
ill x nnd lh, III. '1
Tirrllurl il llenren nlnlliea 1
Hall, AffniiMi, Ittrkiird, -Mn.inaull.J
lliilslrln, Miikckiiu, hatiiilkn. -3
r,i
m
Toyo Line May
Establish
New Offices Under a
Japanese:
1
Although tlio ijuestloii of trans
ft'Tliip; thu agency of tho To)o 117
ten Kalslin Una from 11 u-xni,tJ ,
mij
&. Co, lis prcoint local ngetits.'td
nnnthor business firm heio Is not
dellnltel) settled, It a reorleil that
tho Ulieitors of tho To)0 lino In
Jnpun aro Inclined to tho estalillsljj
lug of an Independent steamship
ngeney hoio In Honolulu. In that
evont It Is expected that 0110 of tha
home olll Inls of tho lonpnny will
be font hero to net 01 general ma
user of tho local agenc) ' .IB
Vice-President Okawa anil Qenor
al Manager Shlrnlshl of tho enrj!
;iany, who arc hero on steamship
business, could not 1,0 roached todarjl
and their views could not bo learned
llcforo they leave for Japan nefE)
Monday on tho Siberia, it U hoped!
thnt they will enlighten tho puhllA)
011 this matter, ns many hero nroi
inticlv. Interested In It. - rjrt
Ycktcrday Oknvva nml Sltlralshl,
accompanied b) T. II. Petrlo ot'CSai
tlo & Cooke and A K. Ozawa. tho
nttorne). went down to lwllel to In
spect tlio fertilizer works. Nnnnsti
Wntklus, tho general superintend
ent, explained to the illstllTRulBheit
visitors tho general ruiinlin? nf Dim
works. hw i I
Shlrnlshl, It Is said. Is Interested
in fertilizer works in Japan, and for I
tins reason tlm vUlt vvnB made to Hi
local feillllzer works
NOT TO DIVORCE
WATER FROM LAND
Plans aro being perfected for,thn
formation of n mutual wator RSurpj
iisMK-liitlnn on tho public latiilf.'Vt
Pupilkea und Pnunuilu, at tho office
at tho Land Commissioner, and will
be lead) within u' short time. t
It Is thn Idea uf thu govei ninotit ji
luvc water go with thn Inndpj
th w hunintu;iil, nnd tho iwttjer
will subkerlbo to 11 mrtnln amount
uf tlio slunk In tho mutual nuuPituyw
uuupaiiiblu In (he qiiuuttty nt water
wbli b limit land will rugulru from
His intMi uuiiHint "
If t li Hind 11 iulllor loives hi
land b Imvm ibn wntvr rlnht wlmf,
whlih kimis tu Hie iistl iis H4UIIII).
lut It
SIERRA" IN BAai-Y.
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AGENCY
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