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"HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 1912.
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POLITICAL
Plonk Splkters from
Cohen's Plofifform
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M:ATnR
NOT CONTROLLED BY THE BIG INTERESTS
Tin- UU INTERESTS thai rontrolled the hist convention
by (picst ionahh' method;, must continue to use the same tac
tics to retain future control.
For that reason the Hid INTERESTS do not want the
hired Primal v Law: it won hi mean their loss of power to
dinale who should lie the iiouiitiH's of conventions.
The HIC INTERESTS saw to it that a plank railing for a
Direct Primary Iaw was pu in the platform. This was done
lo deceive the people.
The Hid INTERESTS have no intention of passing this
law, unless they are compelled to do so.
The UK! INTERESTS think nothing of breaking their
pledges to the people. They hroke their pledge last time and
thev will trv to do it again.
When the Direct Primary Law Hill came up in the last ses
sion of the Senate, it was a Plantation man who nioved to ta
hle the hill and it was kokua'd hy those controlled in the Sen
ate hy the RH1 INTERKSTS.
What is the good of a platform, when the convention nom
inates men for Senators who will IH'ST the platform?
The ItKl INTERESTS are determined. to control the Sen
ate, that legislation may 1m carried on for the HKJ INTER
ESTS oiil.t
It is time the PEOPLE had something to say.' Let us have
liioii in the Legislature who will give all classes a square deal.
WIhmi you see Plantation Agents or Plantation .Managers
running for the legislature, remeinher they are the HK1 IN
TEREST K'ople. DON'T VOTE FOR THEM.
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.
636U-tf JAMES H. BOYD.
' 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 lection.
JOHN K. KAMANOULU.
6350-tf
NOTICE.
Having been regfularly nominated by
the Democratic District and County
Convention for the office of Ser.ator,
1 respectfully solicit the support of the
voters in the coming election.
AMBROSE J. WIRTZ.
6350-tf
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.
S350-tf A. S. KALE10PU.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of Represen
tative, Fourth District, I respectfully
Holicic the support of the voters in the
coining election.
VMO -il 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.
f3ol-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. 1
respect fully solicit the support of the
voters in the coining election.
EDW. H. F. WOLTER.
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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.
JOHN MARKHAM.
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ADVERTISEMENT
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THE
Common
Pkoi'li:
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NOTICE.:
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of City and
County Treasurer, 1 respectfully so
licit the support of the voters In the
coming election.
6351-tf GEO. E. SMITHIES.
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
election.
6350-tf
JOHN W. CATHCART.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for th office or City and
County Clerk, I respectfully solicit the
support of the voters in the coming
6 lection K
D. KALAUOKALANI JR.
6350-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.
5350-tf M. C. PACHECO.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of Suoer
visor, City and County of Honolulu, I
respectfully solicit the support of the
voters in the coming election.
5360-tf ANDREW E. COX.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Democratic District and County
Convention for the office of City and
County Attorney, 1 respectfully solicit
the support of the voters in the coming
elation. t
5351-tf J. LIGHTFOOT.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Democratic District and Countv
Convention for the office of City and
County Sheriff, 1 respectfully solicit
the support of the voters in the com
ing election.
5::50-tf w. p. JARRETT.
NOTICE.
COHEN
Having been regularly nominated by Having been regularly nominated by
the Democratic District and County j the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of City and j Convention for the office of County
County Clerk. I respectfully solicit the ' Sheriff. I respectfully solicit the sup
support of the voters in the coming j port of the voters in the coming elec
election. I tion.
B. N. K AH A LE P U NT A. ROBERT WAIPA PARKER.
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THE business man
who will spare a
few minutes of his
time to the photogra
pher of today will please
his entire family.
His portrait produced
by present day methods
of photography will be
an agreeable surprise
it's done so quickly and
cleverly.
Make the appointment today.
pnOTOGBAPrlUt
AVOID LAST
It would seem that the fact that it
requires one's name on the Great Reg
ister to grant the privilege of casting
a vote at the coming election is sink
ing in, and there is expected to be a
n:Fh in the direction of the Clerk's
office on the first two days of next
Week. These first two days of next
week will also be the LAST two days
of registration. But don't put in off till
the last two days for there will be rush
enough without you adding to it and
having to wait in line for a chance to
tell the Clerk what you might have
told him several months ago.
Go register this afternoon or tomor
row forenoon, for, according to the
Clerk, there are a whole lot of voters
in the city who have not registered
yet, and are putting it off till the last
minute. Don't you be In that "last
minute" crowd.
Registration will close ne.;t Tuesday
night at 12 o'clock, and it will stay
closed for keeps until after election.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
NOTICE.
I hereby announce myself an Inde
pendent candidate for the office of
Mayor of the City and County of Ho
nolulu, and solicit the support of all
voters regardless of party.
CHARLES HUSTACE JR.
55B4-tf
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican 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.
5:tt3-tt J. B. ENOS.
NOTICE.
Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of Represen
tative. Fifth District. I respectfully so-1
licit the support of the voters in thei
coming election.
bSBU-tf A. L. CASTLE.
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.
5.i5S-tf JAMES BICKNELL.
NOTICE.
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Gap-box
Barrun Sas He'lVIll He
First t Make Srh
Krm Fn miliar
Throne
That harbinger of elec
tion time, the soap-bax.
will emerge from its two
year hibernation next
Monday at noon and be
again active in the polit
ical doings of the day.
"Soap-box," Barron, who
would rather be noisy than
president, announced last
night that he feely the
time is ripe to bring out
the soap-box and talk from
it upon the Democratic i
party. No favorites will
be played, however, in the
order of succession in
which speakers will mount
the 'soapy throne.
Barron claims the priv
ilege of running the soap
box show, but there are
likely to be other claim
ants for the honor. Some
of the Republican candi
dates say that Barron is
an intruder and that he
has nothing whatever toi
say about how the soap
box oratory proceeds.
In fact, the Boap-box has
already become a lively
issue, and the police will
be asked to send up a de-
tachment of Jarrett's fa
mous non-partisan officers
to preserve the peace.
' The Rev. Stephen Desha
of Hilo, who is one of the
most efficient soap-box or
ators in the Territory, Is
expected to arrive on the
Mauna Kea tomorrow and
ascend the Bethel street
pedestal on Monday to dis
perse his ' eloquence over
the assembled crowd. De
she indulged in several
lively debates from the
box two years ago. i
Mil
Interesting Program Prepared
with Good Music
Planned
During the intermission between the
two parts of the musical program to
night at the Y. M. C. A. two brief talks
will be given, the first by general sec
retary Super, who will speak upon
"What the New Building Has Mean
to the Association," and the second
by A. E. Larimer, secretary Of the eau
cntional department, Who will relate
some interesting Instances bf specia
service th'&ssoclatloh has rendered
young men and ooys. The musical
program Will be followed as published
iu yesterday's paper.
The admission to the concert to
night is free, but by ticket. Guests are
requested to secure their tickets in
aarance either at the office of the Y
M. G. A. or Y. VV. C. A. '
The Newcomer's Club will meet Sun
day afternoon at the association build
ing.' All young men who are newcom
ers in the city are invited to attend
the gathering whether members of the
association or not. The meeting 'Is
open to all young men who ftre inter
ested In spending the afternoon rn a
sociable way. It is a good opportunity
to meet other men and cure homesick
ness. The members of the association
are asked to attend as largely as pos
sible to meet the newcomers and
make them feel at home.
The program for the afternoon will
be: Concert by iderson's orchestra
in the lobby from four to four forty
five; a meeting in Cooke hall from four
forty-five for a popular discussion ted
1" Ed Towse. At five-thirty all who
wish to remain and have supper in the
cafeteria are invited to do so, the Sun
day supper proving to be one of the
good social times of the week.
The Business Mens' gymnasium club
will meet this afternoon from five un
til six. The Senior class will not meet
tcnight on account of the concert and
thf games hall. The educational class
es wi.l meet as usual.
The art committee has definitely de
cided upon the statuary mentioned a
few days ago as that likely to be
chosen, and the order Is being placed
with Caproni, of Boston, through a
local agent.
General Secretary Super will start a
bitle class for Japanese young men In
the Japanese Y. M. C. A. on next Sun
day morning at a quarter of ten
o'clock. The class will study the Gos
pel of Mark.
The dormintory of the association is
proving 3 very popular feature and is
full to it's capacity a good part of the
time. The vacancies are taken up
about as fast as they occur..
GOVERNOR FREAR NAMES
ELECTION INSPECTORS
The following named have been ap
pointed election inspectors by Gover
nor Frear for the island of Maul and
for West Hawaii. The Oahu and East
Hawaii inspectors have not yet been
r:imed :
Third District Maui.
First precinct V. Dixon. Alfred K.
Mia and Geo. K. Richardson.
Second precinct R. C. Searle. Jr.,
Charles B. Manase and Geo. Kauni.
Third pietinct H. McCubbin. ('has.
K. Farden and Moses Kauhaahaa
Fourth precinct Wm. Hoopii, P. D.
Pa'ena and J. K. Kauhi.
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Fifth precinct W. R. Boote, L. B.
Kumeheiwa and Geo. W. Maxwell.
Sixth precinct Louis Alau, J. N.
Kapoi and an Manuka.
Seventh precinct J. J. Walsh, W. B.
Hardy and Moses Kokoloi.
Ninth preclnctr J. D. Keamo, P. W.
Simeona, Jr., hd Geo. K. Kunukau.
Tenth precinct E. H. Kepapai, two
others to be appointed.
Eleventh precinct -Sam R. Dowdle,
Alfred T. Furtado and David K. Kia
kona. Twelfth precinct W. 8. NIcholl, Ar-.
thur Collins and K. Kaholokula.
Thirteenth precinct Horace Keku
t&, D. W. Napihaa and J. W. Hale
ma nil.
Fifteenth precinct W. A. Anderson.
J. Kaiwa and C. O. Jacobs.
Sixteenth district Geo. O; Cooper,
D. K. Wailehua and W. L. Hardy.
Seventeenth precinct H. T. Broder
ick, J. B. Malulu and P. M. Kaluna.
Eighteenth precinct J. P. Inaina,
Joseph Keawe and J. W. Naehu.' '
. Nineteenth precinct J. Kaalauoha,
R. W. Kamakahl and S. W. Kahloha.
Twentieth precinct J. H. Iahoe
H. H. Ewaliko and E. K. Duvaucbelle.
Twenty-first precinct Jas. G. Mun-
ro, J. D. Nakeleawe and N. R. Pa
hupu. Twenty-second precinct Emll Van
Til, J. K. Kainuwai and A. J. Kauhal
hao. Second Representative! District
West Hawaii.
First precinct Ernest K. Akina, J.
K. Ifarbottle and Herman Keliikipl.
Second precinct Palmer P. Woods,
Chas. K. Stillman Sr. and Arthur
Akina.
Third precinct Wm. Kaanaanaa, D.
W. Kawai and one to be appointed.
Fourth precinct E. M. Mailer, Mat
thew Kane and Herman Kunewa.
Fifth precinct Thos. Aiu, L. C.
Child and Chas. Wahinano.
Sixth precinct R. Wassman, J. S.
K. Leleiwi and P. Kahalliaumi.
Seventh precinct Henry Greenwell,
Z. P. Kalakuokamaile and R. P. Na-
waa.
Eighth precinct 1. P. Lincoln, Geo.
K. Apela and Samuel K. Kaaialii.
Ninth- precinct W. H. G. Arne-
mann, Joseph . Holi and R. N. Ka
ma ka.
Tenth precinct F. C. Eaton, Chas.
Akiu and L. Kawelu.
Eleventh precinct Jas. P. Lino, J.
K. Hoopii and W. H. Leinaholo.
Twelfth precinct Sam Kama! pel e-
kane, Jas. E. laau and J. W. Paukea.
CHAPEL Fill
The benefit concert given by the
Kaumakapili Church to raise funds
toward the rebuilding of the old Mae-
Mae Chapel on Wyllie street will be
held tomorrow night at the K of
P. Hall, beginning at seven-thirty.
The following musical program will
be rendered:
Song Miss Evelyn Mahoe
Son Mrs. Alapai Luke
Vocal Solo Miss Keala
Carter accompanied by Ernest Kaai
Tiio
Mrs. Keliana Bishaw and two others.
Duet.. .Haryan Perry and Lydia Hahoe
.ino Solo Mrs. W .D. Westervelt
accompanied by Mips Lydia Jahau
Vocal Solo Miss Kahanamoku,
nstrumental Selection
Kamehameha Glee Club
Diet. .Messrs. McAulton and HoipiF
Mandolin Solo Ernest Kaai
This program will be comiosed
tigely of Hawaiian tongs, and will
give visitors a rare chance to hear the
music of the Islands. S. K. KamaiopTli
will be in c-hirae.
Mexico is soon to send a delega
tion to select a site for the Panama
Pacific Exposition in 1915.
CONCERT FOR
III .M MX ul owe their surpass-.
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the case, however, that when several
of the smaller governments were al
lies against a common enemy. Jeal
ousies and Internal distentions, or
else inability to work out a sound
military policy, have resulted In great
loss of effectiveness. Unless Greece.
Servia, Montenegro and Bulgaria act
in harmony, and carry out one plan
of campaign, or several concerted
campaigns in unison, they will give
Turkey a chance to take-them single
handed and probably to . defeat each
In turn. - . --.
"Greece, or, rather, the people of
Greece are aching for another chance
at Turkey, to try and retrieve some
of the prestige lost In the .last war.
While the government may be doing
everything possible to avert war. It
looks from the newspaper accounts
as though war would be popular."
It is very probable that the United
States will send, military observers to
the Balkans if real warfare breaks
out. Some of these wilt undoubtedly
be sent from the Atlantic stations,!
and in the mean time it is not tin
MtWB
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as they are, it is the dayrs work
welLdone, and not anything: else,
that counts.
Tlu only way tin tlay's work ran lx well done isrto
nourish hotly, iurvs iuu brain with proper food.
OraiK'-Nuts, in a liioii dfiiv, furnishes just that nour
ishment essential to the accomplishment of jn'eat things,
- lK-causc it holds in combination rebuilding elements, for
all parts of the human system. Many other foods lack
phosphate of jotash, and therefore the brain and nerve
tissues an starved.
rap
and the food is so srientifb
everyone.
"There'6
New Goo d
Per Honolulan
TRIMMED HATS and GOODS the swellest line ever shown here.
On exhibition SATURDAY, October 12.
Mrs. BLACK SHE AH.
HARRISON BLOCK
likely; ;sa$ officers Cor vthla d em
inent, that the military attaches f rc
some of tho larger American !egat!c:
In continental Europe "will bescj.
post haste to the theater of warvf
be oh hand when the. curtain goer t.
Royal Cafe, Harrison block; Ecr
tanla street, opposite " T re "Static
Try us. Everything the brit, at pc
ular prices.
WANTS
"WANTED.
A flrst-clasa ffressmaklng ' band Ai
'Ply, Room 21 Pantheon Bldg.
: ' 6364-2t s :.
JFOUND.
Gold watch. Apply Mr., Rapier,; Your.
Hotel Laundry. 5364-2 1
Milliner.
Dickerson's, Hotel Majestic. Imported,
domestic and felt hats. ; Chiffon ard
lace veils. . : : - . k-5364-6n
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Dickerson, The Leading Milliner. Hats
designed and made to order
5364-fim, . -
ally made that it agm's with
a Reason"
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