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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, APRIL J 8, 1933,
Island Caucus for
All Districts But Oahu
Decide What They
Each of the Six District! May
Get a Delegate Carter Said to
Be Certain of Election.
Outside delegates representing a ma
jority of the delegates to today's con
vention fixed up a nice little scheme to
cret the best of Oahu at a number of
caucuses yesterday and Saturday. Ha
waii is anxious to iake two, one for
each representative district, Maui one
and Kauai one, while the delegates are
also willing to elect Governor Carter
and. Delegate Kuhio to represent the
Territory at large. This would leave
Oahu without representation, but the
outside delegates are also quite willing
to credit Carter and Kuhio to Honolulu.
This is one of the schemes' which was
agreed upon yesterday, but its promo-
. ters will not be able to put it through
I onight s convention is sua very
much in the air. and althoueh various
island delegations have come to an
agreement as to what they want, the
agreements have ail been made without
recKoning on uanu, ana mere are niceiy
to be many slates broken before it comes
to the voting in the convention tonight.
Senator W. C. Achi is almost assured
voi election as permanent cnairman 01
the convention,- although there is also
a deal on to give the place to a Kauai
man.. All the districts but the Fourth
and Fifth held meetings yesterday and
reached a tentative agreement as to their
action in convention. :
delegates, one for each district The
representatives they agreed upon were
Sheriff Nahala" of Kona and Rev. S. L.
Desba. of Hilo. Hawaii has thirty-three
votes, and will, it is reported, go in
under one chairman. If they can't get
what they want they will take what they
can get. Nahala will then go as delegate
and Desha as alternate, . '
Maui decided to . send W. T. Robin
son as its delegate, with Senator C. H.
Dickey as alternate, while Kauai has
picked ' Representative E. - A. Knudsen
with no choice for alternate. In separate
caucus the three islands aereed as to
their individual wishes, but there was
lack of harmony in the joint caucus and
tne matter nas not Deen entirely set
tied. Both Maui and Kauai object to
giving1 Hawaii more than one delegate.
Hawaii is about evenly divided ort Car
eer and Kuhio for delegates at large, but
Kauai and Maui are said to be for Car
ter, with the chances that Kuhio may
not go through. Hawaii, assisted by
some of the other delegations, is also
proposing another plan by which Kauai
should get no representation, but ' be
iven instead the convention chairman
ship. Kauai refused the offer and pro
poses to fight Hawaii's demand for more
than one delegate. -
Oahu delegates have not been able to
get together as yet, but will probably
caucus this afternoon at 3:36 o'clock.
Oahu i3 entitled to 67 of the 135 dele
gates and local delegates also hold a
few proxies from the other islands. But
the 0?hu delegates are not working
together and there will probably be a
division in the convention. McCand
less expects the support of the Fifth,
He. has to fight Robertson and Breck
ons in this district, and there is no tell
ing who will win, as the outside dele-
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Chemises 50c and 73c
Night Gowns 65c, 90c and $1.00. ,
Corset Covers 25c, 35c and 50c.
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Altcrcstion Caused by Alleged j
Slurring KemarK of Passenger
SENATOR W. C.
.t,. t M M' t
ACHI, THE PROBABLE- CHAIR
gates may decide the contest. What
seems certain now is that Hawaii will
not get more than one delegate, and that
Carter will be the delegate at large. If
Kuhio is included, one of the two will
be credited to this island, and the fight
for the sixth delegateship will be be
tween Hoogs, McCandless, Robertson
and Breckons. The disappointed ones
will get a chance to be alternates.
The convention will be called to or
der at ten o'clock this morning by Sen
ator C. L. Crabbe as chairman of the
Republican committee. W. H. Hoogs j
C. II. Dlt-k-
Precinct 10 S. Kalama,
ey and H. A. Baldwin.
Precinct 11 W. F. Pogie.
Precinct 12 John Kaiwi. .
Precinct 13 George E. Cooper
M. H. Reuter.
Precinct 14-t-Ij. Joseph.
- Fourth District.
Precinct 1 S. K. Kamaiopili, "W. W.
Harris, S. M. Kanakanui, W. H. Ghar-
A bit of a scrap which took place
aboard the America Maru yesterday
morning looked for a time as if it might
have serious consequences, . but fortu
nately was settled by apologies. When
the vessel was close to the islands on
Saturday night tne order was given to
all passengers to be ready at 7 'AS yes
terday morning for inspection by the
United States Marine Hospital board
Every passenger was ready for the !
surgeon at the hour appointed, with
the . exception of Captain A. W. War
wick, of the British army. Dr. W. C
Hobdy was the boarding surgeon. A
request . was sent to Captain Warwick
to arise and stand the inspection. The
captain is said by the passengers to have
paid little 1 attention to the request. A
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the conventioiL Ihere is talk of putting intyre, Antone Manuel, R. N. Boyd.
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the temporary interpreter,
The following are the delegates en
titled to sit. In the cenyention:
Puna W. H. C. Campbell.
Olaa S, G. Walker.
Waiakea George Kaihenui, John
Bonnenberg, C. N. Prouty. '
Hilo Charles " Akau, William H.
Beers, S. I Desha, M. J. Go.uvea, Carl
S. Smith, William A. Todd..
Papaikou John T. Moir.
Honomu W. K. Andrews.
Laupahoehoe James Mattoon.
Paauilo Albert Horner.
Honokaa J. W. Moanauil.
Kiikuihaele Charles Williams.
Waimea A. W. Carter.
North Kohala H. L. Holstein, G. P.
Tulloch, E. A. Fraser.
North Kona John . Maguire, J. . K.
Elemakule, J. M. Koomoa.
South Kona J. D. Paris, E. P. Ka-
mauoha, J. K. Nahale. :
Kau George C, Kinney, George C.
Hewitt, Dr. W. A. Schwallie. .
Preemct 1 No returns. .
Precinct 2 No returns.
Precinct 3 S. Kapu.
Precinct 4 R. C Searle.
Precinct 5 Henry Gibson. .
Precinct 6 W. T. Robinson, W. E.
Bal and D. H. Case.
Precinct 7 R. W. Filler and W. D.
Precinct 8 James Scott.
Precinct & David Morton.
THE HEARST FIGHT.
ALBANY, April 1 8. A lively battle is expected in today's con
vention for the selection of delegates to the Democratic Conven
tion in St. Louis. The chief opposition is of Tammany to instruc
tions for Parker in the National Convention. Tammany is opposed
to instructing for Judge Parker for President.
lock, C. A. Brown, W. W. Chamberlain.
Precinct 2 John A. Hughes. W. T. I second request was sent, and finally the
officer arose, but instead of donninsr his
deck clothes, he is reported to have
sauntered to the bath-room, had his
j morning dip. returned to the stateroom
and then put on his wearing apparel.
Wnen the captain emerged on deck it
1 was about three-quarters . of an hour
behind the time set.
When he and Dr. Hobdy met, the
Britisher is reported to have said that
he did not intend to hurry around for
any American, as they were too
fussy. The tone in which the state
ment was delivered was said to have
been of the supercilious kind. Dr.
Hobdy, as everybody knows, is a South
erner and ff om Kentucky at that. There
was thought to be insult in the tone.
At any rate, the doctor's long right arm
shot out, his fist landed somewhere over
the captain's jugular, and the Britisher
Afterwards it is said explanations and
apologies were . made and the misun
derstanding corrected. Captain War
wick called on the British consul yester
day, but not to make a complaint. He
gave Consul W. R. Hoare his version
of the affair1. Mr. Hoare said last even
ing relative to the little unpleasant
Captain Warwick, who arrived in the
S. S. America Maru, called on me this
morning to pay his respects and in the
course of conversation stated that there
had been some unpleasantness in con
nection with his being required to pre
sent himself for examination by the
quarantine officers at an early hour this
morning. He said that he understood
from those on board the ship that the
time for examination of the passengers
was fixed for 8 o clock, and that he
was in his stateroom preparing to go
on deck or into the saloon, which ever
it might be, at that hour. That about
half past seven or twenty minutes to 8
o clock he . was told that the quarantine
officer was ready to examine him. t He
said he would get ready at once, but
was not then in a condition to present
himself before other passengers, but
would get ready as soon as he possibly
could. When he saw the quarantine of
ficer, he said some words passed be
tween them, by reason of the officer tell
ing him that he w as delaying the examin
ation, but that he, Captain Warwick, en
tirely disclaimed any intention of doing
so, stating, that there was some misap
prehension in regard to the hour set for
the examination. From what Captain
Warwick said to me it seemed that apol
ogies hsd been made and accepted on
both sides, and that there was an end
of the matter."
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Precinct 5 Samuel Johnson, - W. H.
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. Precinct 6 J. C. Cohen, F. L. Dortch,
J. S. McCandless. .
Precinct 7 George Chalmers.
Precinct 8 J. J. Belser, Kawai, Geo.
C. Quinn, C. Lr. Beal, C. W. Zeigler, J.
W. Girvin, W. J. Karratti, George E.
' Fifth District..
Precinct 1 F. Pahia,
Precinct 2 Richard' C. Lane.
Precinct 3 Andrew Cox, W. W.
V Precinct 4 Chris Holt, Meyer.
Precinct 5 G. F. Renton. .
Precinct 6 J. A. Low, L. L. Mc
Candless, D. W. Nawaakoa.
Precinct 7 H. C. Vida Mealoha, W.
Henry,' Isaac Sherwood, Kaahanui,
Precinct 8 W. C. Achi, J. C. Lane,
S. C. Dwight, P. Silva. .
Precinct -J. S. Kelakiela, J.: E.
Shaw, F. T. P. Waterhouse, George S.
Harris, Jr., A. F. Judd.
Precinct lftA. D.' Bolster, W. K.
' " KAUAI.
Sixth District, Kauai 13 Delegates.
Kekaca E. Knudsen.
Waimea William Sheldon, E. Olm
Hanapepe J. J. Silver.
Koloa William Turnbull. '
Lihue J. H. Coney, W. II. 'Rice, S.
Kealia Geo. Fairchild, P, L. Tople.
Kilauea R. Scott.
Hanalei None chosen.
Niihau None chosen.
FIVE BURNED IN HOTEL DISASTER.
INDIANAPOLIS, April 18. The Occidental Hotel fire spread
to St. Vincents Hospital which also was destroyed. Four of the
inmates are dead, meeting a horrible death in the flames. Seven peo
ple were injured. 1 ,
STEAMSHIP NIPPON MARU.
(Continued from page 1.)
There was a well-defined rumor . among the officers that the
favorite Japanese passenger vessel is somewhere at the bottom of
the Sea of Japan between Hakodate and Vladivostok.
Four days before the America Maru left Yokohama for this port
the rumor was freely circulated in that city, but it could not be con
firmed, as in fact no news of losses can be officially substantiated.
The Japanese government gives out no information whatever, con
cerning losses of vessels, and the newspapers are strictly enjoined
from making any mention of even such a rumor.
The Nippon Maru after being fitted out as an auxiliary cruiser
was sent north to the Sea of Japan with Hakodate as a base.
The loss of the steamship is believed to be of recent date, as the
news only reached Yokohama a few days before the America Maru
was scheduled to sail. No word of the loss has reached the Japa
nese Consulate here.!
Captain Greene, the Nippon Maru s former commander, is now
in command of the America Maru, and C. Lacy Goodrich, the Nip
pon's purser is now with the America Maru.
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