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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCT, 11, 1912.
FIFTH DISTRICT REPUBLICANS
In order to make room for new goods.
Everything ,must be sold below cost
For Two Weeks Only,1
Beginning October 1st
Nuuanu Street, near Hotel
The Fish did not arrive accord
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really can be done only with an
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less Current than a 16-candlepower lamp.
We have them complete from
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Eleventh Precinct Luau Occa
s:on for Strong Political
Cnder a long marquee of canvas
and palm-leaf, beautifully decorated
with flags of all nations, more than
two hundred loyal Republicans sat
down to a luau last night given by the
Eleventh Precinct Republican club of
the Fifth district. The luau took
place at the home of Capt. Robert
Parker, candidate for sheriff, and
was a success in every way.
The feature of the evening, in the
way of speeches, was a declaration by
Charley Achi, the Fifth district leader,
that if the Republicans of the Third.
Fourth, Fifth and Eighth precincts of
the Fourth "knife" David Notley, the
Fifth's candidate for supervisor, the
Fifth district Republicans will get re
venge two years from now.
Waxing warm over his subject,
Achi declared that he for one will try
to "disband the Republican party" if
Notley Is knifed in the Fourth district.
He declared that if the Fourth does
not support Notley, there is grave
danger that the Fifth will refuse to
support E. H. Paris for the board of
Paris Answers AebL
- Mr. Paris himself answered Mr.
Achi a little later, when he stated em
phatically that there will not be much
cutting of the ticket by Fourth district
Republicans. He said that there are
few "disgruntled people in the Fourth
who may not vote the straight ticket,"
but he urged the Fifth district voters
not to consider this as typical of all
the Fourth district, adding that the
Fourth district realizes it is necessary
to support the entire ticket to get a
Republican city government.
, Capt Parker, Rudolph M. Duncan,
county committeeman for. the pre
cinct, and other members of the pre
cinct club, welcomed the guests heart
ily and every attention was shown
them throughout the evening, the luau
being one of the most completely-appointed
and hospitable in spirit that
any campaign has produced.
Many Speeches Made.
Jone C. Lane acted as toastmaster
efficiently, calling upon several Re
publican warhorses and a number of
the candidates for speeches. Colonel
Sam Parker, George Davis, George F.
Renton, E. H. Paris, W. C. Achi, John
W, Catncart, Charles G. Bartlett,
David Notley and John Wise were
among the speakers. Davis declared
that tfie recent " Republican county
convention ought to be the last and
that the Republican party has pledged
its faith to enact a direct primary law
in the next Legislature.
"Straight ticket" talk was very
much in evidence during the spwehes,
several flings being taken at those
who advocate scratching the ticket
to elect some Democrats who are re
garded as the best men for the posi
tions. Yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock an
enthusiastic meeting of candidates
was held at Republican headquarters
to discuss plans for the campaign.
Arrangements for the mass meeting
tomorrow night that will formally
open the campaign, as well as for
the next three weeks, were fully talk
ed over. The delegates and workers
from the Fourth District are to meet
each Thursday evening to talk over
campaign matters in an effort to hold
the Republican vote in line for the
straight ticket. Tomorrow afternoon
the Fifth District, delegates and work
ers will hold a meeting.
ENLISTED MEN JOIN
IN ORGANIZING CLUB
Final decision by the supreme court ;
in the tax appeal case of the Paauhau j
plantation, of the island of Hawaii,'
will be given out shortly, the argu
ments and briefs having been submit
ted yesterday to the higher court. In
this instance the appeal from the de
cision of the tax appeal court was
taken by the territory, the decision of
the lower court being a compromise
between the assessment figures given
by Assessor Forrest and those return
ed by the plantation.
The returned figure was $200,000
less than the appraised value and the
tax appeal court split the difference,
setting the valuation at $l..r00.000.
Judge Wilder is representing the ter
ritory in the case and Judge Stanley
A number of enlisted men from the
various posts throughout the island
met at a meeting held in the parlor (
of the Christian church last Tuesday (
evening and organized for mutual im-'
provement along social and literary ,
These meetings are to be held at
7 o'clock every Tuesday evening. At
the meeting last Tuesday the follow
ing men were elected to hold office:
President. W. L. Knott. Fort De
Hussy; vice president, Robert W.
Home, Camp Very; secretary-treasurer,
U A. Davis, Camp Very; chair
man of program committee, E. Sny
Aviation bargain days have come.
Aviators who a year ago spurned of.
fers of from $10 to $100 for short
flights at Hempstead, New York, are
now taking passengers across the
aviation field for $1 a trip. It is a
recognized source of income sow.
W fnrw, every bod v and understand the
PROSPEROUS HALF YEAR OF
YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK
The 65th report of the Yokohama
Specie. Bank, Ltd., has beea received.
It shows .the gross profits of the past
half year, including amount brought
forward from last account, as being
reduced to approximation of American
money $7,365,2'8, which after deduct
iLg various charges, leaves a balance
of i $1,674,379 for appropriation. - The
directors propose that $175,000 be add
ed to the reserve fund, and recom
mend the payment of a dividend of 12
per cent, which will absorb $900,000.
The balance, $599,379, will be carried
forward to the credit of next account.
The bank has a paidup capital of $15,
000,000 out of $24,000,000 subscribed
and a reserve fund of $8,925,000. It
has twenty-four branches and agencies
in Japan, China, Manchuria, India, Eu
rope and the United States. Its Hono
lulu branch Is the finest bank build
ing in the city, being in fact the rich
est piece of business architecture here.
Among the building permits issued
so far this month are two for dwell
ings costing more than $4500 each
one at College Hills and one at Kai
muki. The Oahu Railway Company
is erecting a freight house and a loco
motive house. There is no let-up in
the building of cheap blocks of cot
tages, which l are fast taking the place
of large tenement houses in Hono
lulu. Permits to date for October
ere the following:
S. Ogata, dwelling, east side Fort
ttreet; G. Shotoku, architect; K.
Hara, builder, $1600.
D. Sunida, six cottages, Pua lane;
S. K. Fukumura, architect; Nosaka,
V. J. Travens, dwelling. Auwaio
limu; Takamoto, builder; $600.
Oahu Railway & Land Co., freight
house, opposite Oahu jail; John A.
Hughes, architect and builder, $1000.
Oahu Railway & Land Co., locomo
tive house. Ewa of depot; Carl An
drews, architect; John A. Hughes,
Sol Namakaelua, dwelling, Morris
lane; City Mill Co.. builder; $700.
Oliver G. Lansing, dwelling. Keona
ona street; Freitas & Fernandez,
A. de R. Towes, dwelling, Punch
howl tract; Y. Kobayashi, architect
and builder; $1900.
V. MacCaughey, dwelling. College
Hills; Ripley, Reynolds & Davis, ar
chitects: Y. Fukuya, builder; $4695.
J. Saki, dwelling, Pauoa; T. Horita,
architect and builder; $600.
Hawaiian Trust Co., eight cottages,
Cottage Walk, School street; Freitas
& Fernandez, builders; $1600.
J. T. Scully, ten cottages, Waikili;
S. K. Fukumura, architect; Y. Fu
kuya. builder; $6600.
Antone Barao, dwelling, Funchal
street; K. Fujii, builder; $1020.
A. G. Ferguson, dwelling, Kaimuki;
Emory & Webb, architects; M. Kawa
mura, builder; $4570.
Ho Fon, dwelling, Punahou; Sanko
& Co., builders; $900.
Sarah Smith, dwelling. Birch street;
H. Nakanishi, architect and builder;
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The Prospect of Today
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TONOPAH BELMONT was a prospect three
years ago, and a seemingly hopeless one at that.
Then it got the ore. Today (which is the
morrow of Belmont's prospect days) Belmont is a
mine with more! than $13,000,000 in net ore
values in the reserves, with a record of over
$3,000,000 paid in dividends in two years, and of
over 200 per cent, appreciation in market valuation
on the stock. TONOPAH MERGER was a raw
prospect early in June, with its stock selling below
30c a share. Overnight Merger broke into the
ore, and is now rapidly achieving' mine rank. Ore
bins and railroad spurs are being rushed to comple
tion, heavy surface equipment installed, and the
mine prepared for heavy and regular production.
was little more than a prospect. It is today in ore
of most sensational character, in a vein which pro
mises to prove permanent under development, and
to bfring TONOPAH NORTH STAR into high
est mine rank. The stock, which has already had
a sharp advance, is due for such a rise as has been
experienced by Merger. It may duplicate the per
formances of Belmont, just as Merger is expected to
do. Tonopah North Star can be bought now with
entire safety. Rising from around 23c to sales as
high as 48c. Price subject:
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Own Tonopah Mine Stocks Tomorrow
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