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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY. OCT. 10. 1012.
l. r;s family. uls sont to Hawaii;
i:ior ttiau a month auo by Secretary j
:!;!: f' -iow ujg an appropriat ion of ,
i- i t y 'iiress to assist in keep-
!':.! it V-: mil if (he I'acitfc
nr tjii if
III I (5 ti As iiuaii is a Territory fu- rYi
2 lU 1 i iLtfis 'Till :.,. . rMsi-nt has t'u ri!it to take
linniifrn tkWkm FinifRFS
! iflUUyUllu Uiii.ii muii i iuuiil.u'
fo r Infan to a n d Children.
What is Castoria? ..
ASTORIA It a harmlc inbstitutc for Caitor OiF,
V Paregoric, Drops and Soothing syrnpi. ii m
pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance (Narcotics stupefy). Its
&?c is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Fcvcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic.
It relierei Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural
sleep. - The Children's PanaceaThe mother's
, jr It on every wrapper
ccccJuC of genuine Caatorla
M I bh your CMtorla and advla lU Me la all
famiUc where tlierc are children."
J. W. DivaDALK, If . D.,
Bourbons Open Campaign to
Large Crowd at Aala
a usvial. said .ry. liMl T1" Plank
ed the voters arul asked thni to .-'import
th I?:iiof-ratU- 1 u'it)iI,'.t". .-
that th gf-u-ra! ji:h!i- will r'-;-ive
KulOKlzing Democracy and predict- . Mayor i-.n , V; ,
In overwhelming victory of the Dem- a'" f Yf11 , V
.i . . nn th'in November, had mv frumds KLn
rnimtv 'tickets addressed a mass
fro:.i tfie mainland.
pfcted mat any legislation
Phyclcla ns Reco
My patlcntj lsrarlaUj pralaa the action of your
CwtoriA," W. W. Tcbtbb, M. D.,
Buffalo, K. T.
said that as a miMii- s-rvatn !n-
1 1 1 1.;.. .ri ..-- . .
meeting held last night in Adla I ark. xVo-ni;e.-. H
Bertram (J. Ilivenburgh, mayors sec-; Tt'voters t0 voU. for Unk ,-
retary conducted the meetm which tkk(.t jf il f.
formally opened the Bourbon cam-
1 mm m -
who were in-
SEVERE LAW PROPOSED
AGAINST FRUIT FLY
troduced to the assembly predicted:
Democratic victory in November.
They were emphatic in denouncing
thp Kpnuhlican administration.
TVio hanana nnrt mnsnuitn cam- San Francisco Kxaminer. Sent. l!'. :
palgn, together with the ousting' or Special legislation will have to be
the Portuguese settlers" on Punchbowl ' enacted by Congress if the Mediter
by alleged order of the Territorial j ranean fruit fly is to be kept out of
authorities, were prominently men- California, according to Dr. (. 1.. A.ar-
Daring my medical practlc X know of rera
caMt wnero your Caatorla aa preacribed and cd
Wltk good retalla," K. Homvir, M. D.,
8t Louia, Mo.
Tonr Caatorla la mtalnljr the pntt remedy
for chtldrra I know of, I know no other pro
prtetar preparation which ta ita equal.
B. ft. BCBWAKTt, M. D.,
Kanaaa City, Mo.
"TonrCaitnrla lathe bent remedy In the world
for children aud the, only one I nee and recom
mend. Aansa V. Swktlasd, M. D.,
Iharenwd yonr Caitorla aa a pnrgatWe In th
raat-a of children for yeara past with moat happy
effect, and f ally endorse it aa a aafe remedy.
B. D. Bkmnbb, M. D.,
Children Cr y for F letch er'o Caotorla.
In Use For Oyer 3 O Years-
mc atMTawa m, r eeT. mwww,
The Fish did not arrive accord
ing to schedule. The JOINTS
and STEAKS1 are fine.
Metropolitan Meat Market
H El LB RON 6V LOUIS, Propt. TELEPHONE S445
Is a scientific dUcovery that will affect every
w kitchen in the Islands.
A delicious cooking material made from .
, vegetable oils.
You won't realize what it is until you try it.
It tkg more than th uggestion to keep cool thtt days. It
rvally can b dona only with an
Jutt atUch It to tha ehandeliar in ptaca of a lamp." It uaac
lata currant than a 16candlepower lamp..' .
Wa - hava tham comptata from -
m m va
tioned to the voters, who were asked
to defeat the Republican candidates
and vote the straight Democratic
Colonel C. J. McCarthy, candidate
for treasurer. SDoke briefly of the can
didacy of the Democratic nominees.
One by one he pointed out to the vot
ers the splendid qualifications of the
regular Democratic nominees who are
seeking the Bupport of the voters.
He said that a new battleship nam
ed Honolulu, representing the voters
of Hawaii. Maui. Oahu and Kauai,
was now ready for a battle, with Link
McCandless as the commander-in-
chief. He remarked that McCandless,
if favored with election in November,
will not desert his position in Wash
ington, but that he will stay by his
guns, protecting the interests of Ha
waii and its people.
Judge A. A. Wilder said that most
of the Republican nominees were his
friends. He thought, however, that
they will not do what's right for the
people after they are elected in No
vember. He predicted Governor
Woodrow Wilson's election this year,
and added that Hawaii ' will --go Dem
ocratic, too. He concluded by saying
that District Attorney Breckons, one
of his intimate friends, should be re
moved because of his pernicious ac
tivity in local politics.
Rose and the Bananas.
Deputy Sheriff Hose said that dur
ing the banana campaign he, as a cit
izen, strongly opposed the, wholesale
destruction of his bananas in Manoa.
That on that account, he added, his.
' t iii..t..j. '
oananas were nnany ten uumsiurucu.
He Invited the luau managers to call
on him for bananas.
A. J. Wirtz, candidate for the Sen
ate, made hissurUleifc peech- '-last
night. He praised the Democratic
doctrine of freedom of speech and
freedom of the press. He added tnac
it was the Democratic party that first
advocated the primary election. He
denounced the Republicans assembled
. --WTS A.
in the Chicago convention. wins
was decorated with a ginger lei .
J. M. Poepoe told the people that
the Republicans brought the" mosqui
toes into the Territory, and that if
they were elected again in November
they will bring in some more insects
which will be detrimental to the peo
Colonel C. P.,Iaukea denounced the
Republican administration for ousting
the Portuguese settlers on Punchbowl,
who, he said, had preferential rights
to live on the land.
S. S. Paxson was introduced as a
"sewing machine m2h." He spoke
briefly, on woman's suffrage, school
buildings, and said that the' present
superintendent of public instruction
should be supplanted by another man
who is more competent and accurate
in making estimates for school pur
poses. B. N. Kahalepuna promised to dis
charge faithfully the duties of the of
fice ot county clerk if elected in November.
"Maui No Ka 01."
J. L. Coke, a former Maui an, was
greeted with a song of "Maui No Ka
Oi." Early in the evening he was
decorated with a beautiful lei of roses.
His speech, in Hawaiian, declared
that, though he is white, .his aloha is
for the Hawailans.
J. Asch promised, if elected, to work
for the establishment of more public
hospitals with modern equipment.
Supervisor McClellan thanked the
voters for their support and election
in the past
M. C. Pacheco said that if elected a
supervisor he will try his best to pre
vent extravagance in public office by
the board of supervisors. He con
demned the present board for ineffi
ciency. E. H. F. Walters, candidate for su
pervisor,, denounced the Republican
administration for the heavy taxation
now .placed on the poor people. He
said that the present ooara or super,
visors has been spending public mon
ey in a "hoodlum" way.
H. M. Kaniho, nominee for repre
sentative, said as follows: "I now be
long to a Democratic regiment which
can make the Republicans 'sneeze at
night." He said that the Republican
administration spent $70,000 foolishly
in the banana and mosquito campaign
and that as soon as the fund was pau,
he-proclaimed, the mosquitoes disap
."You Republicans who are iocning
at mn now. vote for me!" he shocted.
fLast; time. the Republicans told you
nothing about appropriating money
for the extermination of the mosquito,
but after their election they did things
to euit themselves. . In doing so, how-
vise you to vote for me and the Dem-j
ocratic ticket" He said that he will
"vork hard for Link McCandless.
Xester Petrie asked for support on
election day. D. Kupihea promised to
Is a "watchdog? in the legislature if
elected In .November, r
Eill Jarrett, candidate for sheriff,
ti;. u 1 '.;!iinv:-s may drise next win-t-r
v.s'l hased lar-ly on a report
vi -!'.!. ir. V.ariatt has already sent to:
U a liiatoa. j
"T!m t norf will recommend that all '
1. -rsons v, no even atteixipt to ship re
Mru'tx! tnn'ts out of Hawaii be finetl :
aii'.i iraprifoned. It is proposed that !
tl'.; lav. apply also to any person who !
atJ- hipt.s to carry any of this kind "of j
fruit on tcard a vessel sailing from a ,
iiaAdNan port. j
1" . t ...... y. e k . fMi, t- o cr 1
iiTi a;." )r. Marlatt said, "and the dam-
;.e 10 California and other States
woiud be j-o enormous that it is how
in c -s.ai y to keep any infested fruit
from even arriving at one of our
"Shipments are now easily regulat
C(. but it is not so easy to keep trav
elers and others from taking infested
fruit to this and other ports.
"To make the quarantine effective it
will be necessary for State and red-
latt, chief entomologist of the Depart- eral officials to cooperate
ment or Agriculture, who arneu uum ue uone.
Honolulu on the liner Sierra yester
day. Dr. Marlatt, who was accompanied
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