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0' nvenlnj5 Bulletin, Est. 1882. No86.vVv":
-v HawftiJaji Star; Vol. XX No. 6426.
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::r.s was too close for
tl vr ccr.Z rt: Even at 3 o clock tnis
r :rr.'r: t!.-result in the race., for
sr.Jitcr wes r.ot definitely settled.
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For a Icr tice last lght jthe Sen
atorial f.-u.t v, ;.3 close ut finally the
three Dcr. ocrats t-cgani to pull away
firm their r.cr'-itlican rivals and once
In thp lc-1 l.?rt it. Jiri Coke headed
the tucth, -icllics; 4l4T-' votes. AMrtzJ
. was next and laukea jfollowed him.
Dowsett led the Mtcrutlicans. . Jwith
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Democrata Sweep Moat Repreaenta-
r Only two Re r Chilean; representatives
out of twelve on ittla Island, were dect
o. C. IL Cooke and Noiimaa Watkins.
toth In; the Fourth . alstrlct Spllt-t
ioket voting bea the iothersi for ihe
Democrats stood. by their ticket ; and
the Republican yotea cast for. ; Demo
Tcratic candidate were many J .7 , .
In : the Fifth district the Democrata
' made a clean sweep.
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ALL SIZES IX STOCK, v
1 H; E. HENDRICK, Ltd.
Zlercbizit And AUkca Sts. j TcL 2M8.
(Social Star-Bulletin Wireless)
' LI II UK. Kauai, Nov. 6; Kauai etood
loyal to. the Republican party and 'its
principles by carrying .; the straight
ticket through the polls yesterday with
flying colors. Prince Kuhio'S; win on
the Garden Island for the delegateship
was unquestioned, but the strong ; run
which he made was a source of. grati
fication to his. supporters. W'
Ljt few cf tte. other; officers , were
in doubt, and when . the . ballot, count
was. half completed 1 it, was apparent
that the Republicans had . -won., all
along, the line, and -interest. In. the
result ceased. It was a unlet election
on 'the. Island. .. 7-'i-- :
Following was the ticket elected:
, Delegate to Congress---J, K. Kalahl
anaole. " '"j.1, i s . "
j Senator -Chas. A.Rlce.
Representative Coney, ; J.
K. Lota,tyl J. Sheldon R. P. Spald
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v Sheriff--Wm.' Henry Rice. -' r
. County Clerk J. M.- Kaneakua.
-County, Attorney S. IC Kaeo.
7 Treasurer-Harold Morgan, - VN
Auditor C. Maser.,t ''.
- Sapenlsbrs Walmea, j P. (Jay; "i Ko
loa, .W. D. McBryde; Lihue, II. D.
WIshard; Kawalhau, J. yon Ekekela;
Hanalei, A. Menefogllo. t '2 :
J. K UIII 0 K A L A X I AN A OLE
Supervlaors. ;:C'!; i-V; v.VtI
It was "not until .ten o'clock. : this
morning that it was d eflnltely known
that Andrew -Cox waa elected to the
board of .supervisors, making, one Republican-
and six Bourbons on the
boa'rd to go with a Democratic mayor
and. Democratic county ? 1 administra-
tion-. generally. , :'Jky ;nY.; '-i -V-4
Cox ran. slightly behind in the fifth
district but" ahead in the ofurth. V
V ; :; LEGISLATIVE CONTROL
Republicans " will 1 be in control of
both the Senate j&nd . the . House in
the next legislature, -with al good mar
gin in each, in spite' of the Democra
tic Tictories on . Oatiuv Following Is
SENATE. - - :."V
Cecil Brown (holdover) Republican.
1 Charles F. Chillingorth (holdover)
. f M W 1 11 1
Jjittipr T ' "PnltA Tliomvrn f
C.P. Iauke, Demojcrat ,
A. F. Judd (holdcjver) Republican.
A. J. Wlrtz, Democrat
(Continued ori page 3.)
.C vcrnor. Frear, asked .today whetn
er"e' v.iil " resign 'if his appointment
is duly itudeby tb President and"ajh
proved by the ! Senate,!' said he is ;noi
prrred to . make any ; itatementTcB
that subject -at the'present time.;He
probably willmake an ann6un.cemeni
b.ter however. . - ? .'
Asked 'concerning his view 'on i tb
election: the Goyernor said: "i,?;
ly.in view of the delicacy of the situa
tion with reference to myself. I. have ,
refrained from expressing opinions 'av '
fliscussinsr he political' tituation pnD
llcly during . the .campaign; and Jhtf"
same reasons would seem io suggest
that I dd not comment specifically on
the t situation "at present vl can - sayi
however, that I am not -one -of -those
Republicans who' think thai - Demo
cratic victory means ruin to the conn-
try, I have great faith ' in the. sound
sense of ithe people as a whole and be
lieve that conditions . cannot- go 1 very
far wrong i witnput .e; people, sooner
or later- righting them..- r : : , . . , ;
"At .to the result on, the mainland,
the; 'entire country! catf irongratutate
itself r that 7 the; Democrats selected
what : was probably the democrat best
fitted for the Presidency in "the coun
try; a ; man of whom Republicans as
well as Democrats may wen be proud.
'i-'Jn -regard ; to the local ; situation:
there' is a.' great' deal ' that might ' h
said, buc which, as already Intimated.
If ; might : not be In the best taste for
nie to : say at the present time.V. The
facta , speak for themselves fcnd-jsev-'
era!. Important lestons" are' Te'ry obvi
ous, i I thing It lll Xnht be Vout of
place for me to "say : that it Tia gratify
inr that among the Democrats Selected
there -Were so many r good' men.".f ?! J
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rjCII PiTKM Oi ISLAKDS FOU DEi.IOCRACY Ul
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B. secret. ' -
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The fr.t r:l:n fr::.i cv::
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c'.csir.j cf tha per.:, i
electlca cf T"ilcn aci
tirce in it3 hl:t:ry :::
ported that a B:cc:
The a Democratic ' ' landslide wihrcratlc ' pork: barrel, and a. large,' fat ' &s:.to .his ; possible future action, it la
prove . epoch-making for the 'Itlands, juicy one it is expected to prove full generally thought" President JTaft will
aa jnoch or even ; more (than In . the ' of arlot' of -exceedingly good things in j forget his, promise to make ithe-reap-
-pointment ; : Frear .already has Jeld
oyera year- beyond the expiration Br
states, as shown by the fact that It is .the , way of official salaries and- hon-thc-
first time In . the hlstorV of : the orst ; 1 ' 0 : , - ' 4 . -1
Territory, am entirely; new admlnistra-4 j Perhaps; the foremost of .these. In Lis term, and it is believed time &Xi
jtfon is to come into public, office." The point ;of .prominence, is; that af the. pred customs; will
pclitical patronage, heretofore held by , Gfcvernor.: While .Governor f Tear d?
the, ; Rephbllcans, becomes the ; Demv: cllnes'as;. yet to . make a statemeiTl'
be followed;; that
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VOTE BY PRECINCTS SHOWS HOW M'CANDLESS RAN AHEAD S OF KUHIO 0N 20AHU
CiarkR 6; (S)
r Kalanialaole Jonah K.'(R)
.McCandlees, Link L. (D) . . .
Notley, Charles K. ' (HR)
DELEGATE FoURTH d strict, j
" " ' : ' - " ' Precincts
; i ' 2 3 4 ' 5 6' 7.::
6 3 15 4 12 2 i.O
130 187 129 172 124 162 134
220' 156 154 ' 136 153 248 139
Total vote of Fourth District
S3 14 111
80 37 189;
2 4 ; 1
Clark, B. O. (S)
.... Kalanialaole, Jonah K. (R)
McCandles8, Link L. (D) ...
NoUey, Charles K, (HR) 10
' ;fTotal Vote' of Fifth District , .
G RAN D -TOTALS ' O F FOURTH ANO Kalanlanaole, 3. K. (R)
. . FIFTH DISTRICTS.- , T r
Clari B;'O.MS), 122 ' McCandless, U U (D)
DELEGATE FIFTH DISTRICT,
' .;. - - Preclncta
1 2 3 4 5 - 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 ; 14 .15
2 0- U, . Z I 1 1 1: 8 ,3 .5
16 17 Total
1 7 8 8 4 3 65
25 34 86 129 76 84 86 146 79 208 54113 209 88 24, 26 1508
80 54 46 64 51 36 138.288 184 262 73 174 203 118 38 61 1937
. . . . 3055 Nbtley, Chas. K. '(HR)
. ... tot Total
for Pre;llnt tad s,vc;t tha i:tcta
witir an cztirccted recjery cf e:,C;i
..."With the cli Ecy Ctcto Itil'.rz tha
way, New Ycrk" followed wilh an e:ti
nate cf 150,CG0 tcajcrity for V;'.:;a.
Florida went Lata tha tcna c:";.r:i
with 40.C00 and Texa3 with
As Wilson had teen i::t:I to ccr
ry all the ec-thera Etatcj, th3 r.:dt
In Flcriia anJ Texa3 wcu!J ret have
tccn alamir: had it net t:ea fcr tha
vct3 Ia:!.:accc;hu3;tt3.-' F
cation that th3 D:zcocratl2 cccIila
had riven tha roch-rihh:J K;
r-- f '
ri:d in Cr
a at j
New Ensland states, can:e with tha
aanouicercsnt. that' he had carried
Maine an 2 Ccrnecticut ' ,: - ','"-.-"Wait
citll you hear frcn Penrsyl
Taria and Wachirston," raid the Cull
Moosers, but the first nanad Ctate re
ported that VUsca- has a llz , lead
and -the Wolverines of-Michigan wir
ed that the Indications were that Wil
son had icarrisd that State, althosh
the returns were coming in slowly.
With these returns ' the East and
South' were "conceded '.to Wilson, and
at half-pa st -ten;, o'clock, . President (ia the ilcdrl tul". "
Taft, in, Cincinnati;. admitted the elec-'flee and tha f : ' : !
tlon of Wilson: -The Roosevelt sup- . : - -
porters -then announced that they I Cardinal Far! : ad :
were'pinning their. hopes on a.land-fXrom all over th; Ur" :
slide in .the. West, but the returns 'gathered at Denver tD :
gave them no courage, v ? ' ,w '; cation of the lrcrcc:: : : .
New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and tcathedraJ. The church r .
Montana went , into the Wilson . col-j expenditure- of. j::o,c: ).
a 2V2ro frr::;
days EoO, arj
day lniicctri ti
mers. E3r!cv3 th:
13 confin-J to hli I :
usatla to taha p.:rt ii :
Uvlty cf tha l2:t'f3r
;Th9 lzy:r7 - ; r
stumbled aci f. 1 C; . r
fin ..... : . n n
f Snvs is nanri rtfltft tn Sim- ?
f When my name was thrown, en th3
screen as that of .the next Goverr.:.
last night, as. has been rcrcrt : i 1 .1
tlxefflornlngpaper,1 It wa3 re:; It. I -with
enthusiasm. by the Iztz 3 z.z :r
tlaga'-.on-'.theslreet'M;-';'--;-;-''-''. . -
One or two other canes we r a r.rn
tloned to Mr, Waller, as govern:;. h!p
possibilities Vheard atcut In go:::?
since the election, ;but ha shoci h;3
head and, said:' In", eifect that ha did
not think anyof. jtheia .were la tha
field for .the rize v; -. '-' -:
Amimg other , names bandied about -In
thl connection' Is that; cf W. A.
Kinney, now. living on an" estate that: .
hay fallen to him in.Nova Scctia, but
Mr.v Kinney; In a '-letter to JtZz? T
IngChas , stated ' that ' In : no circ : -1-stancea
' would he seek the c--"
Gilbert J. . Waller, an old-lihe Demo
crat : who has served . the local; organ
zatlon .as delegate to ; national con
ventions and :as national commit
teeman, is a., candidate for Governor
of Hawaii' br appointment of Presi
dentelect Wilson on assuming office.
This Mr.; Waller frankly admitted
to a Star-Bulletin reporter, this . morn
ing.. 'Asked if he was a candidate for
the governorship, 1 Mr. .Waller said ;
" "Having been so persistently urged
by , the . representative members of
the Democratic party, to 2 become ;a
candidate . for .Governor 'and r. being ,
willing to, do my utmost to furtherlthe
interesta ' or the party a ; expressed Vship.
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