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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MOXPAY, OCT. 7. 1012.
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POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated
by the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of Repre
sentative, Fourth District, I respect
fully solicit the support of the voters
in the coming election.
6360-tf, JAMES H. BOYD.
NOTICE.
s
Having been regularly nominated
by the Republican District and County
Convention for the ' office of Repre
sentative. Fourth District, I respect
fully solicit the support of the voters
In the coming election. '
JOHN K. KAMANOULU.
6350-tf ;
: NOTICE. '
Having been regularly nominated by
the Democratic. District and County
Convention for the office of Senator,
I respectfully solicit the support of the
voters in the coming election.
AMBROSE: J. W1RTZ.
. 6360-tf . ..... .
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NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention' for the office of Senator,
1 respectfully solicit the support of the
voters in' the coming election.
6350-tf A, S. KALElOPtT.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of Represen
tative, Fourth District,' I respectfully
solicit the support of the voters In the
coming election.
S350-tf . . WM. WILLIAMSON.
NOTICE. . "
Having been regularly nominated by
the . Republican District and .County
Convention for the office of Represen
tative. Fifth District, I respectfully so
licit the support of the voters In the
coming election.
6351-tf CHAS. KANEKOA.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Democratic District and County
Convention for the office of Super
visor, City and County of Honolulu, I
respectfully solicit the support of the
voters in the coming election.
6350-tf M. C. PACHECO.
POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES
Demanding Iht Solomon ManHonaj particularized the candidacy of -ach
should r-sii;u immediately from the f and every regular iioinim- of the par
serretaryrthip of the ninth precuict orlty, and sfroniy .1. ed th Hawaiian
fifth district, an iinsry and dissatisfied ! voters to vote for them,
crowd of politicians of that precinct Itst Saturday, in his tour of this
assembled behind closed doors of the j island to Kwa. Waialua. liaj:uia and
Kepuhlican liearlfjuarterK last .sarur- other places, where he was accom
panied by a large number of the reg
ular Jtepublican nominees, he nuule i
convincing speeches. He aid tha he
'ould not accomplish anything, politl
rally, without the election of his r .in
lay afternoon. MaheJona. unaware of
he action of the crowd, was confront
ed with a resolution, demanding hi
inimediatc resignation from the sec
-etaryship of the precinct. Hut, con
trary to their expectation. Mahelon:;
-efused absolutely to yield to their
lemands.
Kddie Moreno, leader of tli.- ant!
Mahelona forces told his adherent
rhat it was proper for them to asK
Mahelona to resign for the sake o
olitical harmony. Mahelona coul.i
lot see any reason why he should re
dgn. And as result of that it was
lecided to postpone the meeting unti
ome time this week, in order to en
ible Mahelona and his lieutenants to
repare thejr defense.
The Moreno sympathizers charged
hat Mahelona has been a traitor not
mly to Prince Kuhio and his forces
n the recent county convention; but
ilso to the delegation of his precinct
Ahich was present In the convention
fhev said that Mahelona broke faith
with them when he voted for the
men ballot.
Mahelona said that he had good
easons for doing so. admitting that
had the votes of the two opposing
orces come to a tie, he would have
noved for reconsideration of the mo
rion as to the manner of voting. At
my rate, after he had made his ex
ilanations, the enemy agreed to post-
Tone the meeting until thia week. In
'he mean time, the feeling of animos
ty between the members of the pre
cinct still exists, it is said.
The assembly was presided over by
E. J. Crawford, one of the leading
lights in that precinct Morenos
friends said after the meeting that
If Mahelona does not Vesign they will
knife James Bicknell, who is employ
ing Mahelona in his office.
REGISTRATION
BOOKS TO OPEN
mini air rif rmmin i ,
in it i vii r i r iu i mi 1 1
III III VII I I Vi lli
i m MAW I il k I III!
was made bv Cilv
TERRITORY GETS
$350,000 CASH
;ie first delivery of coin from the
While Chas. K. Notley, standard
bearer of the Home Rule party, hak
not said so himself, it is reported that
he will during his tour of the other
islands, not only speak for himself,
t will, in addition; say good words
for Prince Kuhio, Delegate to cong
ress.
Notley. it must be remembered,
worked together with the Prince dur-
.
Jng tne last campaign, wnenever
they had political meetings In Kau,
Kona and Walmea, Notley advised the
Hawaiians to vote for the Prince if
they thought Notley could not succeed
on election day. The result was that
Kuhio polled a large vote on Hawaii.
One of the Home Rule leaders saia
yesterday that Notley will begin his
campaign in a few days.
MOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Democratic District and Countv
Conventioii for the office of City and
County Sheriff, I respectfully solicit
tne support of the voters in the com
ing election.
6350-tf W. P. JARRETT.
NOTICE.
Havltg been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of City and
County Treasurer, I respectfully so
licit the support of the voters in the
coming election.
6351-tf GEO. E. SMITHIES.
NOTICE.
W. C. Aehi, yesterday afternoon de
nied most emphatically that he was
responsible for the general pllilUa
which now confronts the members of
the fightihr ninth.
1 do not know anything about the
fight In the ninth precinct," said Achi.
"I was never consulted by any, of the
members of the fighting ninth as to
their pilikla with Solomon Mahelona.
I never saw their resolution.
"It Beems to me," said he, "that the
writer of the Advertiser is simply
drawing my name into the game, with
a view to making the public believe
that I am butting in in matters which
properly belong to the ninth precinct
I am too poor a man to enter politics
now," he concluded.
Prince Kuhio is popularizing him
self before the electorate. His
speeches which he has been making
before political gatherings in Kane
ohe, Ewa, Waialua, Walmanalo, Hau
ula and other places on this island,
with reference to his attitude towards
the other candidates on the Republi
can ticket, whom he asked the Ha
waiians to vote for, in November, have
impressed the voters so much that
there now exists between them a bet
ter understanding.
Kuhio, according to those who have
been with him In the meetings, asked
the electorate .to vote for the senat
orial and legislative candidates on the
Republican ticket Beside this, he
sale of the recent Territorial bond
ssue arrived late last week and is
stowed away in the vaults of the
treasury. The sum of J35M.000 in ac
tual cash comprised the delivery.
Ding mates, in Whom, he added. hfif'l-rLr k'-i ,ni!i.n 'Mm this af.rnnn I 'hile thin is not fh. fntnl amnnnt ,f
has full confidence. !that beginning tonmnt. the lerfc s ol-'the first sale of the bonds, a consid-
Col. Sam Parker, in his address to , (ce wijj ki;,t oj en r,: evenings tor! arable sum of money already in the
iae electorate in liauuia last sanir-itiie
day afternoon, said that he was readv
CLOTHES
Anno'iricemenf
registration ol "voters.
to fill the office of mayor without any
pilikia. He added that Mayor Kern,
who was present was willing to step
aside for two years only, in order to
give him a chance to be the next ma
yor. (Laughter). Kern said nothing
but nodded his head, as if he was
heartily in favor of permitting Col.
Parker to get elected in November.
Cieorge F. Renton and J. M. Dow-
sett aspirants for senators, made elo-J
quent speeches to the voters. They
promised to do what's right, if elect
ed, as they were the sons of the sail.
('. G. Bartlett, for supervisor, and
George E. Smithies, for treasurer,
made short but right-to-point speeches.
John II. Wise, campaign manager
also spoke briefly to the audience.
The party was piloted by B. von
Damra, general director of the Repub
lican executive county committee.
They returned in the evening greatly
satisfied with their trip to Hauula.
The aire jau!t that was to be sent Kast to pay
- j current expenses and interest on old
bonds, will be added to it. increasing
tht amount of funds available for loan
tund purposes in the Islands.
Later deliveries of bonds have been
made in the Hast, and the motey from
them will be coining through to Treas
urer Conkling at frequent intervals
for the next five or six months.
Plans for active campaign in thwill be kept open until nine o'cIock
4th precinct of the 4th district, will and an intending voters who
De aiscussea morougniy Dy me mem-;ing to registet
bers of that precinct tomorrow after-1 accommodated.
noon at 4 ociock in tne uepuDiican The reiristntinn i,,kc
are wait-
time will br
headquarters. J. A. Thompson this
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mOT-ilner moila lirrirtrflmontn uiitn (ha ' . -"jf ui t
hdquarie ldST reVve TZTLrZT Tr'
seats for about forty-three people. I" ; ! l".." "T. tC
The delegates of the last Territorial v-i-" L"T ion.
and County conventions, according to ' h 'T.v. l save out
Thompson, will be present ai the flIfih!5!,Rn by na
meeting, and. judging from the j)res- ".; a lv Q,,u miluums 'naay
ent indication, it is expected that a
GOVERNOR'S FIRST
RECEPTION TODAY
The first reception of the season to
the general public by the governor
and Mrs. Frear will be givenMhis aft
ernoon at their home, beginning at 4
o'clock. It is to be an informal af
fair, and the first of a series that will
be given by the Executive and Mrs.
Frear on the first Monday of eac'n
month from October to May, inclusive.
I SELLS LAND.
large delegation will be there.
WATERHOUSE ON
BOY REPUBLIC
evening. They are:
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of City and
County Auditor, I respectfully solicit
the support of the voters in the com
ing election. .
5358-tf JAMES BICKNELT
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of City and
County Attorney, 1 respectfully solicit
the support of the voters in the coming
l&CtiOXl
5350-tf JOHN W. CATHCART.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of City and
County Clerk. I respectfully solicit the
support of the voters in the coming
election.
D. KALAUOKALANI JR.
. 5350-tf
Everything In the printing line at
Star-Bulletin, Alakca street; branch,
Merchant street
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and Countv t
Convention for the oihee of coi'itv
Sheriff, I 'respectfully solicit the f up
port of the voters in the coming tac
tion.
ROBERT WAIPA PARKER.
5358-tf
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Democratic District and County
Convention for the office of Super
visor, City and County of Honolulu, I
respectfully solicit the support of the
voters in the coming election.
EDW. H. F. WOLTER.
5358-tf
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of Suocr
visor, City and County of Honolulu. I
respectfully solicit the support of the
voters in the coming election.
5350-tf ' ANDREW E. COX.
NOTICE.
At a special luncheon at the Uni
versity Club this noon, William Wa
terhouse spoke upon "The George Ju
nior Republic." At the speaker's ta
ble were various men about the city
who are interested in boy's work,
among whom were Dr. Doremus Scud.
der, Willard Brown, Charles F. Loo
mis, Theodore Richards, George P.
Castle, Paul Super, George C. Potter,
W. L. Whitney and James A. Wilder.
Mr. Waterhouse was introduced by
W. F. Dillingham, who spoke of him
as being one of Hawaii's best boost-1
era. During the course of his talk he
said:
"The George Junior Republic is a
movement which was started several
years lago by Henry George in the i
State of New York. The object of
the movement is to provide a home ,
or boys who have become beyond the
control or who have been up before
the Juvenile court, and who want an
other chance to make good and be-j
come good citizens.
'There are several of these repub- j
ics throughout the United States, but !
the one I am to speak about is the one ,
that was established about three years j
ago in the suburbs of Los Angeles. It
was founded by Mrs. Margaret B. Fow-1
er and Miss Kate Fowler, and at pres
ent there are seventeen boys In the
institution, but the place is to be en
larged in order to accommodate aj
much larger number.
"The republic is governed entirely J
by the boys, who have their own pres ;
ident and other executive officers, ya !
courthouse, jail and a school building.
The average rate for the board, etc., j
of the boys is thirty crollars a month.)
As soon as a boy comes to the place;
he must at once go to work, and every I
Saturday night must pay his board. In
case he has no money when he enters
the republic, the necessary funds are j
advanced him and this he pays back
a little at a time. One half of the!
day is devoted to school, the boys be- j
ing paid for going at the same rate
that their employers pay them. The
other half of the day they go to work.
"As a general rule, the boys are
kept in the republic until they are
twenty-one. By this time they have
settled down and have become profes
sionals in whatever line of work they
may have taken up when they entered.
Many of the boys who have been mem
bers of the republic have made good,
and I could relate several instants
j which go to show what really good
work the republic is doing."
At the close of his talk, he was ask
ed the question in regard to the re
public being run along the lines of a
reform school. In reply to this Mr.
j Waterhouse said that it was in no way
la reform school, and was not run as
such. It was simply the giving of
these boys another chance boys that
had been brought before juvenile
courts and had been sent to the re
public with the idea of making good
citizens of them.
"The kind of boys that these repub
lics want," concluded Mr. Waterhouse,
"are boys that want to begin over
again and get on their feet. Of course,
there are some instances where boys
are found who do not take to the rules
of the republic, but these cases are
rarely found."
Fourth district Hawaiian, 1431;
American, 1529; Portuguese, 340; Chi.
nese, 76; Japanese 3.
Fifth district Hawaiian, 2293;
American, 596; Portuguese, 233; Chi
nese, 176; Japanese, 6. Total 3304.
Totals Hawaiian. 3724; American,
2125; Portuguese, 573: Chinese, 252;
Japanese, 9. Grand total, 6683.
Today's registration up to about 2
o'clock was 79, and the Hawaiians
were registering freely. The "haole"
registration was comparatively light.
BORN.
POPE To Mr. and Mrs. W,
a son, October 8, 1912.
T. Pope,
Ida J. S. Weedon and W, L. Hopper
have been appointed executrix, and ex
ecutor of the estate of the late W. C.
Weedon by Judge Whitney, to serve
without bond.
I lately sold a piece of land on
Kauai for $10. No, this should not be
in quotation marks it is not an inter
view. Neither does it mean that "your
orator" is squandering a baroncy on
the Garden Island. The simple newsl
t A. 1.1 A . . . T
mienueu iff De reiatea is tnat one
George I of Kahikai, district of Hana
lei, Kauai, has sold to Naea (opio) a
piece of land at Wailua, Kauai, for
ten dollars. The deed, has just been
filed for record, and I no doubt has
the money. Singular it may be, but it
is not bad grammar.
BREWERY DIVIDEND INCREASE.
It is announced this afternoon that
the dividend of Honolulu Brewing &
Malting Company for the months of
October, November and December has
been raised to 11-4 per cent This In
fact means a special dividend of one
half of 1 per cent, added to the regu
lar dividend of some time past.
Kotsubo and sixteen other Japan
ese were declared not guilty by a jury
in Circuit Judge Whitney's court to
day, of the charge of gambling on
which they had been tried in the dis
trict court previously and which they
had appealed.
A boy can find a job by applying
immediately to the Star.Bulletln.
Splendid
Reports from Oil and
es
Mining
Compani
H
Having been regularly nominated by
the Democratic District and County
Convention for the office of City and
County Attorney, 1 respectfully solicit
the support cf the voters in the coming
election.
6351-tf J. LIGHTFOOT.
A boy is wanted immediatelv at the
Star-Bulletin.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the oftice of Represen
tative. Fifth District. I respectfully so
licit the support of the voters in the
coming election.
bUGO-tf A. L. CASTLE.
A Great Strike
A
uge Ledge Discovered
HONEST MINING, INTELLIGENTLY DIRECTED; RESULTS IN
THE DISCOVERY OF AN ENORMOUS ORE BODY.33 FEET WIDE
BETWEEN WALLS ON THE 300 LEVEL ON THE QUEEN RE
GENT MERGER MINES COMPANY.
This important discovery may disclose ore of fabulous richness.
Engineers report that it will develop Into one of paying big mines of
Nevada.
These shares are considered the best buy in Nevada today, at the
present low price of 7'2 cents per share.
Advance in price soon, and the advance will be without notice.
WHAT YOUR MONEY CAN I WHAT YOUR MONEY CAN
BUY Cash Payment BUY 4 Months' Instalment
100 Shares at .$ 7.50 100 Shares at $ 8.00
500 " !.. 37.50 l 500 " " 40.00
1000 " " 75.00 j 1000 " " 80.00
Mexican Premier Oil
Company
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The Grace and
Good Form of
"BENJAMIN
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will impress you
at a glance, but it
takes wear to de
monstrate their
real worth.
"BENJAMIN
C LOT H E S"
owe their surpass
ing and exquisite
finish to the fact
that they are made
by the highest tal
e n ted designers
and tailors, and in
their own proper
ly equipped work
rooms.
IF1S1
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
EATS
Now Being Turned Out From
Our
Workroom?
Gets Big Well
Flows More Than 1000
Per Day
Barrels
Company controls 25,000 acres of land in the oil zone of Mexico.
It is predicted that Mexico will eclipse California in the production
of oil.
Buy Mexican Premier oil stock now for big profits.
ANOTHER COMPANY MAKING GOOD
Seaboard Oil & Transit Company
Average production 35,000 barrels per month from California prop
erties, scon to increase to 60,003 barrels.
Two wells now drilling on their Mexican property of 4000 acres.
Well expected to flow about the first of the year.
Euy these shares now, while they can be had at ridiculously low
price. Soon to make phenomenal advance.
LIONEL R. A. HART,
FORT, BELOW KING STREET
TELEPHONE 3658
667 0UR STYLESare certainly. designed,
j ( to please the most fastidious. - And
I can truly say they are by far the.
best looking hats I have yet seen in
Honolulu. The artistic trimming arid the fin
ish and work is certa'nly a credit to any Milli
nery Department." 0 ""
So said one of our Leading Ladies who called at our
show room a few days ago in response to our invitation.
And we could quote similar expressions from many
other ladies to whom we have had the pleasure of show
ing the New Fall Hats.
Could we ask less than the mere opportunity of show
ing you these beautiful creations of the milliner's art?(
If we don't get your order now we feel sure that we
will get it when you are ready for the new hat.
Kindly allow us to show you our elegant styles in millinery.
JORDAN'S
NEWCOMERS' CLUB
HAS INTERESTING MEETING
The second meeting of the Newcom
ers' Club was held yesterday after-
I noon at the Y. M. C. A., and about
thirty-five men were present. Before
the meeting was called to order, An
derson's orchestra rendered a short
program, and following this the week-
of Americans upon the industrial de
velopment of the infant republic, were
discussed by Dean R. Wickes and
W. L. Howard.
Wickes laid special strees upon the
effect of Christianity upon the Chi
nese and just what Christianity is.
doing in China, while Mr. Howard
discussed Oriental conditions from the
industrial and economic standpoint
The night school classes of the as
sociation open vhis evening and it has
been announced that all those wish-
ly discussion on "The Principles of
Jesus" was held in Cooke Hail under j ing to enroll may do so at the desk.
the leadership of Ed. Towse. j At the last report of the educational
Following the discussion the fallow-1 secretary, A. E. Larimer, the present
ship supper was held in the cafeteria,' enrollment is much larger than was
during which conditions in China dur-1 expected, having ran well np into the
ing the present period, and the effect hundreds.

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