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The" Average - Milleage of FISCC : TKES m Moiniotoki Is SOSB. Lji.
t v Eve Tiro
3500 Ililes -
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2 l . i x 2
aro not cottinj; 3500 Ililo o
you aro not gottins fnll value.
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AT YE LIBERTY
WILL 0E ; ANNOUNCED PRCMPTi.Y. AT THE ' t l
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ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE, TO ReBeIVE'PROV
GRESSIVE. BULLETINS DURING TUESDAY EVENINCU,
THEY WILL' BE-ANNOUNCED ORALLY, y AND THE ME8-.
t-AUtS WILL Ut yKtN .TU IN6rtCTIUN, ? .
t With complete arrangements for
showing' by stereoptlcon the election
( results as they are recelred by bothr
the . Democratic . and Republican par.
, ties, in addition to the reporteriai,
vrlreless and cablegram reports of the
, Star-Bulletin and Advertiser, the lib
erty' Theatre will show tonight what
win be as complete a recording of the
. events of election ,as, it is possible to
. ' A 'frill nrntrftm nf vftii1tH1lA " nnA
: pictures ' will also be given to1 break ( T
uie monotony 01 me eiecuon reiurnB,
should such a thing occur.;' . - ' :
L'HEEH IIP! IF HEADACHY, BILIOUS,
Ko odds how bad yor liver, stonv gassy stomach. ?They cleanse your
ach or bowels; how much your head Liver and BowelsV all the sour bile,
able you are f rom : t constipation, ndl- caret tonight will; straighten you out;
gestion, biliousheis land " sluggish In- by morning- 10-cent tor from your-"
testines you always" get the desired druggist - will keep ' your head . clear, y
results with .Cascarets. , ft f l itmach sweet, liver and bowels regu-
, They end the headache biliousness, i lar and make you feel cheerful and i
dizziness, r nervousness, tick, , ; sour, 'bully for ; months.5 j; .
J t Kit
o... YcrliVbuycr purchased for
c;:r :;c:oiu:t for Spot Cdbh 500 SUITS
ccli for lien and. Boys,'
Eo rot all that ready money will buy
rL:. : ;arl:ctb glutted.: -yKU'-:
c: :t out to us. x The buying
r::LUc will cet the benefit -of our pur-
- S g e 0 ur Windo Display
Prr.thcon Buildin'c: . V; 7 '. 84 Hotel Street
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10 CciltO.' Kew er!? or skSia,
'CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.
(Continutd from Pas 1)
y For- Sheriff the betting is even , be
tween Keolanul - and - Pua. : E waliko
says that Pau will win, while Keaianui
tas just as many supporters. Pua has
been ? iitterly .attacked on "acount ; ofj yVpt' x yr-Y-;-"- y-' --vK :;t-y 'K.- Xf;,.H? f "
failure "to make; - arrests in certain ryj;': -iv-"feM
were concerned, but has defended blm "o'vo J bqliare g "0105 - ureal
self through the fact that be has acted
upon; the advice of the; county, attor
ney. He is said to be greater in Koria'
and Kau : than" last year but to have
mended some of his fences in tne lat- j mi& thousand teoDle a 'a conserva
tet district in the last few days. Illlb tlve count crowded the.Palace Square
and Waiakea will go strong' for Keola- grounds last night for the closing rally
nui this ;year,; which4 win make some the' BepubllcahJcampaign' stayed
difference : though, he . must . pick up .through, intermittent V showers' 'until
stronsly'as In the;iast campaign, he ione after eleven o'clock.' and altogeth-
was, beaten by 725 votes.. ; er. afforded '.the: Republican leaders
' It Is reported that there are several! complete satisfaction and more eonfid-
csrea, Tn "-which men have registered ;ence than they nave ': had 'i t ron1 any
in. two precincts which -may ; cause f meeting for the. entire campaign -( .
trouble at the . polls and ' the watches" Speaker 'after speaker; was given
will be on lookout for any work - of warm applause; However, the applause
this kind ; Sheriff Pua, who has been was not ; so satisfactory to. the ;cam-
making his -campaign apart .from the paign managers as the "deep and re
other candidates. twill . have his own spectful attention ,v accorded to. those
WLtrhera 'and - with his control of, the who snoke. ,? ' '
police Will leave' no loophole for trick-! The Democraticr meeting at Aala
eryi . v . i r ?, . . ? ; Park - was larger - iq 'point of numbers
in tne locai supervisor ngni u is ex . vo ,-'v-u"'e' ..-...
nerted that th four :- recmlar randl- bvrs of voters, ; according -to r an esti-
dates, John Brown and John Ross; on .mate. made, was not as great as the
the Republican ticket, and David Ewa- number that attended the Republican
liko and Manuel Pacheco, on thw op-' rally, while the Aala park meeting was
posing combination; will be close to-. nIsy and half those, present were
re ther. wtih th a nAAa rather In fa vnr OCCUpIed In exchanging heated ..pOliti-
of the fast Awo mentioned, but Ross c.a! views among .themselves ; than ; in
having a falr chance as the result of listening io.uw ww on uie piauunu.
tbp Bii"mW; nfV Hawaiian candidates. - Palace Square was all the blaze of
The two Independents Cabrlnha and glory that -:J.S Wajter vDoyle,' the Re
Kealoha .are both out of the race, save publican publicity. director, had prom
for hurting the Republican candidates, Ised. Electric, lights of many, colors
wnica uiey.are sure to uo. w v.0 -..-.. r - r .-rr
. : -.v : - , glowed In, the trees; the bandstand;
. uie : mm :m-wuurtw wbere the' speakers candidates and
Ctunty, Auditor, County Attorney. Kal, 1 ' a JZZL Za Wa Mehtod hv
Maguire and Beers are certainties. t 0lliAn., wh and thA almost
Kuhio Far-in . ueaov ;'-:,-y 1 rnT.HnnDns hurgtintr of bis sky rockets f VTI T. Rawlins, Charles F. ', ChiCTng
me .ueiegaie ngm on xais lsiana is vnt th souare lleht as day formon-
bound to give; Kuhio a big majority. lltpg At a time.; .: :; r- v
two years ago ihe vote; was: Kuhio, j Tne torchlight' procession Arrived
1787 r;McCandless. 762;; Notley; .S.".pr0mpUy,-' on time, and theimeeting
This year it is doubtful if,Notley poiis opened about 7:30 o'clock. Robert W.
over 150 while there are ,Hbout- 230 . shingle, chairman of the territorial
more TOiesrioDQ ca8w ruu a 5rjr r
central committee, presided and made
an apt and clever presiding officer, for
One of the ; biggest. Republican -meetings"
ever, held in the territory. ' -
Delegate Kuhio had gone to Waialua
for a short meeting there, arid did hot
reach Honolulu again until nearly ien
o'clock; and there was some stringing
cutof the' speeches and pictures In
order, to hold the big crowd.; .George
Davis was the first speaker, and he
was followed by XX). Castro? with Col.
Sam Parker and Collector, of Internal
Revenue Cottrill delivering the main
address of the evening, though Kuhlo's
8ieech naturally held the f center of
insational interest ';: ': I f -:::
The speakers .were usually eloquent
and forceful, and this, coupled with
the excellent class of moving pictures
handed "ou.t by Eddie Fernandez, : Jkpt
the crowd without anydinlculty.
. Mr. , Cottrill made l a strong speech
for Republicanism,;; and-; incidentally,
made an11 election-eve prophesy that
President Taf t will bey returned, to cf-
flce.He spoke In hearty eulogy of Taf t
and of , his work for the-RepuDuean
party, and the: country at large, "t--
:. Andrew Cox followed ' Cottrill, and.
Kuhio followed Cox. 'The ' most Inv
port ant part of KuhTo's speech ls'iiub
li&hed in another column of this is
sue;' ? The delegate ; urged the' voters
(c cast their ballots for the entire Re
publican ticket and .especially to elect
a republican legislature. ;He declared
that his reord in Congress is an open
book; that he: is hot afraid to. aek for
reelection on the basis, of what he has
done. -'" - :: ;--' ; L " ?-c' '-. " :
A. S. ; Kalelopu, George F. :Reriton,
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worth and several others spoke during
the 'evening. t - ;iv- v -vK
c A number : of the ycandates .'made
short addresses. '. Rawlins . made a nit
In his plea for the election of Capt
Pobert' Parker as Sheriff: : ,?v f
IN VOTERS' LINE
i faj?a iniM dn sDis luBu si 11
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conservative estimate ; it iooks x as D a p o n M UfID fcf Q
though there would - be , about ; S075 y D Ann U M , V U n l o
votes cast which, with Notley's 150
eliminated, will probably be divided as
follows : McCahdIess,f 1150; t Kuhio. I t ''Soap-box'' Barron was the cause
1930. " This-would give KuhIo-780 maj- . nf some friction Ithis morning at the
orlty. There figures are extremely con-uing-piace of the nintn precmcc -
servative frpm the ; Kuhio sUndpdiht. the 'Fourth district tthe polling place
and the chances are good that lie wiU- bf which is at the central fire station,
come much ' closer toV 1000 majority j According to a report . which reach
than to the 780 mentioned. ; .:. led Republican "V, headquarters! shortly
" 'lfore ten o'clock, the' soap-box ora-
i tor, had , planted himself in the, voters'
' line i and : was preaching Democratic
doctrine. Whenever an attempt was
made to put him out of the line for
electioneering closer to the polls than
Jthe law allows, Barron would refuse
to get out on the ground tnat ne was
waiting to vote. Instead of voting,
however, he . stayed in line and elec
tioneered. About ten o'clock he
finally scent in the booth to vote.
"I told Barron that if he didn't stop
SATURDAY ETEMXG, ,X0V."9TH Ms dirty slurs and quit electioneer.
T 1 .1 . n W a rtr mnv. wor Anil fra rt
see who was the best man," said a
Republican ' voter, who is about the
size of the soap-box Demosthenes.
Then he shut up, saying he didn't
mean his slurs that way. He broke
the lawHopenly;in order to help boost
" Ilotel St' Entrance ''
chance fora number of men to exert
clse their . right ,pf franchise."
- Coasting -steamers that" have been
departing at an earlier; date during the
week 'were held until i afternoon .with:
a view; of- giving the crews timev to'
cast a ballot at the polls rV
.The steamers Iwalant for , Hawaii,
the , NHhar forvKauaV Kinau for - Ka
uai, ;Noeau for Kauai, and Mlkahala
for Mauit Molokai ; and Lanal ports,
are ; to depart 4 for . their respective
routes this afternoon, and at the clos
ing of the polls. 7s .v;i:--f'-.
At HIIo. today the. Kauai Keauhou
and Kalulani are lying by pending the
election. v '
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T. jl v.
i W w-
t By 1 pressing a button it Ij ready for . Ecrvicj, .
. : light pressing or- the family Ironic. ; ;;.
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Officers and employes in practical
ly . all Inter-Island Steam Navigation
liners were given every opportunity
to cast their vote today, the schedules
being so arranged that all vessels re-
mained for some time at a home port.
J The Manna Kea was an early arriv
al from Hilo this morning. The Clau-
50c dine, that usually returns to Honolulu
TWO GOOD PRELIMINARIES
Commencing at 8:15.
GENERAL ADMISSION. . ........
RESERVED .SEATS... 1 1.00 and $1-50 on Wednesday horning, came into port
STAGS SEATS y;;v ; . ; :fiilZ ?2.00; this mornihgv thereby ' ; affording a
LYMAN FINALLY SENDS
IN HIS RESIGNATION
, : y ' -;OOVt-;yi
Evidently deciding that foretight Is
better than -Jf'hindsight' Norman i Ly-
nan, supervisor In the; Puna district
Hawaii and candidate for election as a
legislator from that Island, yesterday
afternoon sent to Governor Frear by
wireless his resignation from the sup
ervisorial job. y His ' res-lgnaH i was
sent in ; response to a messITXe sent
him by the Governor.
" It "is Lyman's tacit refusal to accept
the advice of Attorney Carl Carlsmith,
which' was i given Byman and another
candidate a few days ago to the effect
that they could not be compelled by
law to resign from their present public
positions In order to be legal candi
dates for the legislature. Ljman evl-'
denUy gave the suggestion careful con
sideration, for his resignation came
only at the last moment. He in
cluded not to take the- risk of embar
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