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Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX, No.; 6426.
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imrtcly i-ioo -,Majority---SpJitl
' . T i diet Voting Loses Vgainst
; S trr. ijht-Ticket Democracy;
r,"lcr-'-t? to Congress, 'two members
of t'.c J' ? cf KcrrcHcntatlves, city
attorney, one men
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racrricg tls result in the race for
auditor wts r :t defialtely .Eettled.- ;
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Tor a lcr.r tlras last night the Sen
atorial f-o-t was close, but finally tae
thee Democrats bepaa.to pull away
ficm their He: ulticaa Tivals and once
ir. the lead kept It Jlra Coke headed
the-'bunch, rdHns 414C votes.' AVIrtz
as next and Iaukea, followed him.
InwEctt' led 'the ' Republicans ;rith
1777. . ; 1 .;.':;.'' -,:-I'tAK '
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tives. ; " ' ' ' . - '"' V'
Only tr-o r "'publican representatives
cut of tv, . ' c a this island were elect
ca. C. II. C 2 and Norman Watklna,
I . ih la--tho IC;.rth district Split-t
icLct vctir- 1 t the others, for the
Dcmocrc.t3 ' 1 by their ticket and
the HcruM: :n votes cast for Demo
cratic car.-i ' : ' . 3 -were many. -'-T V;,'"
- In the VV.ih district, the Democrats
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J. IILHIO KALAN
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Xlerebant and Alatea Sts. : TeL 261S.
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(Special Star-Bulletin' Wireless) ':
LIIIU& Kauai, Nov. 6. Kauai stood
loyal to the Republican party and its
principles ly carrying the straight
ticket through the polls yesterday with
flying colors.- Prince Kuhio'8 win oa
the Garden Island for the delegateshlp
was unquestioned, but the strong , run
which he raade-was ,a eource of gratl
ficatica to his Eupporters.' ' ''' ," , '
EutTew of -the other officers were
In -c'-'iht,. .and 'when the fcallot. count
was Lalf completed, it was apparent
that the Republicans "tad - won all
along the line, ' and interest - in v- the
result ceased. ; It was a quiet elefction
on the island, J " k V;-i f t-
Following was the ticket elected:
Delegate toy Congress--J. Kalani-anaole.".-
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SenatorChasv A. ftfce 7' 'ir--?;i'-;'
RepreEenUUve'J.'H; Coney, -J.
K. , Lota, W. J. Sheldon,: R. P. Spald
ing. . ' :-Jr,. " :- ' ; r-; : i' . vY
Sheriff Wbl Henry Rice.vv;j i Y
County Clerk J.v;M::KaneakuaY;;
County, Attorney S. K. KaeoY; (y;
TreasurerHarold Morgan.;. lYrYi
.Auditor r- C. Maser - , "Xv .
5 Supervisors Waimea; P. Gay; Ko
loal D.YMcBryde ; , Lihue, ?. H . 4 V .
Wishard; t Kawaihau,:j.:von Ekekela,
Hanalei, A; Menefogliou .V V-V .
Supervisors." ':. 1 1 im -f- I ;V k l
' It was not until ten o'clock this
morning that It was definitely known
that Andrew Cox was elected tto the
board of. supervisors, making one 'Re
publican vand, JBixYi Bourbons on the
board to go with a Democratic mayor
and . Democratic ; county - Aadminlstra
Uoni generally.? "-ivy; 5 Y Y;. "';. i
Y Cox. ran' slightly behind, in the fifth
district but ahead in the of urthr :
REPUBLICANS SURE OF
LEGISLATIVE CONTROL
RepuSlIcans will .be In J control ' of
both the -Senate , and the House l. In
the next legislature, with a good mar
gin in each, .In spite of the. Democrar
tic . victories on Oahu. ;. Following is
the line-up. i-,.. .Y.tfY -.-..uc'",t.i-'-'.-.'
'.'Y.YY;':; SENATES": :-A Yc'-bahifc-!
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Cecil. Browii (holdover) Republican.
: Charles IV Chillingworth (holdover)
Republican.;, ; yY S1)'. .j
James Lu . Coke, Democrat c t:
:;; 0.1P.' Iauke,- DemocratY,';
rAI . F. Judd (holdover) Republican.
. A, J..Wirtt, Democrat.
(Continued on 'page 3.)
Governor Frear,;ask(ld 1 today wheth
er he -will resign; If his appointment
in duly bade by the President arid ay
proved by the Senate said hels nol,
prepared to-make, any ttatement on
that sut.'cct-at the present time.-. H
probably will make an announcement
la terhowever :t? - i YYy -r;?.Y
Asked concerning his view" on the
election, the Governor.
ii "Und cr the circumstances. especlat
ly in Vis w of the delicacy of the situs?
tion with reference to myself. I have
refrained from expressing opinions or
dlscuf sins ithe political situation pub
licly during the campaign and , Jhe
same teasonswould seem to suggest
that 1 do not comment specifically on
the situation at present' YII -can say,
how evej, .that T; am Jnot; pie of . those
Republicans who think that : Demo
cratic victory .means ruin to the coun
try ' I ; have great faith .in - the sound
sense of ithe people as a. whole and. be
lieve that conditions cannot ' go" very
far ' wrong, wltnout the. people sooner
or later righting them;-'. .. " .
,"At to the; result; on ,the mainland,
the -e ntire country can congratu late
Itself that v, the Democrats selected
what was probably the Democrat hest
fitted for . thp Presidency in , the, coun
try, man.iof whom Republicans as
well as Democrats may , well be proud,
i 'Inv regard, .to. the local , situation,
.there is a great deal ; that, might be
said, buc; which, as already; Intimated,
it : might not be in, theTbeat taste for
me . to, say at the present r time. Y The
facts j speak 'for themselves und, sev
eral. Important iesions" are. very obvi
ous, C I thing it. will not; be out of
place, for me to s'ay that it is gratify
ing that anion? the Democrats elected
there were so many good men," . ; . .
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rort 1 hire tail r.cl.rt C. Y y 1 -'. f-f
ths iat;;aal r.vcauj i:r:.:, :
trcuila. The -nature cf taa af:Ir i3
unlincwn Lsre. ' :
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.Tbf y i Democratic Ylandsude . g will Ycratic i pork barrel and ' a large, - fat us to his possible -future actlou.;1t is
proyeyepoch-making for, the It lands,-Juicy, one It is expected to proveY' full
as much pr .even more than , In; the :.of a lot of exceedingly good things in
states,' asN shown . by the fact that It is tiie, way: o 'official salaries and hon-
Territory.'aa entirely new; administra-
jL'on Is to come Into public office. The
political patronage, heretofore hel by
the Republicans, becomes the Demo
2 ; Perhaps the "foreniostbf these in
pcin4i?otpromiBence Js-.thatfpfthe
GcverriorY WhUrt Governor. ISTear. ?-
generally thought President Taft will
forget' his7 promise ' to' make the reap
pointment. .v-Frear, already " haf held
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over a year oeyonauie expiration, ox
his term, and it is believed tlme,hcV
ored customs will be" followed; , thai
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VOTE BY PRECINCTSSHOyStHOW:U'CANDLESS RAN AHEAD OF KOHIO ON' OAHU
" Y "..ii,," , Precincts ' . '" ' ' ' '
2 ' 3 --'4- : 5 6 7 8 s 9 '10 '11 "12 Totar
ClarfcBVOitS) ,,.. .Y.V.:...:.. y 6 .3'f-15'-,;,'4 ;.rl-..-12,. "2 '; "0 ''14 .4 ' Z .- :,0;..;.;V4;':bi''
-a-aianiaiaoie,, jonan. k. tn) . : 130 . 17 iz lis v14 134 - 13 zuir &3 . 14 111 ; ii7 .
' McCandIess.LInk Lw (D) 220 156 lo4 136 153 ; 248 139 ' 203 1221 80 37 '189 -1936
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" 7 t ' ; ; , .YYY :t DELEGATE FIFTH .DISTRICT iL --,.' 4Y- y- VVif
Y" ; ...Y. :yffateay :'-: : :: Precincbi ' ' "
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2 0 0 2 i 1 1 1 8 3 5: i " 7 8 8 .4 s;y 55
Kalanialaole, Jonah. K. (R) . ........ .41 25 34 86 129 76 84 . 86 146 79 203 . 54 113 209 88 24 26 1508
McCandless, Link L. D) ..Y.. ........ 67 80 54 46 64 51 36 138 288 184 262 ,73 174 203 118 . 38 . 611937
Eayleo3 13'EtoreI:::; :r ?.r.l z"Z?r,
an -official cf ta3 U. f3. rev:au3 rrrv
IC3, employed at the YLtlllcry at IIY.
Collector -cf Internal ncvea v.j Ccttr ill,
when eaowa tha" alcva n: ::-3:Ut3
thi3 aft3rnocn,.d:ciia:l to dl;:u:3 tl.e
matter further taaa to tzj taat CYYI
Dsputy R. SY Jcanscn, cf tl:3 t:ai cT
fice, wai Esnt to IlilD tali nrv, in
ccm;aay witli anctaer ea:; !;; 3 cf li
dspartmcnt, to investlsata allro;- J ru
mors cf Irrer-Iarity ia th3 eervica
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If. S. District Attorney Erecca3
Injury to hl3 rt-ht arm ca tha nlc'-t
cf November 4 at Waialua, where ts
fell ia; descending" soma stsflrs, ; t3
proved 7 quite serious ; and ha 13 cc a
fined -to' his home. Breckomj' wa3
coming with Prince Kuhlo from a
meeting ia a ' mill and stumbled oa
a dark spot of the stairs,, sustainln 2
a bad injury, to his . right am and
shoulder when he fell.- 1 Y.
- An X-ray has been - called .into ac
tion "and it was determined that, the
shoulder was' dislocated ; It was set,
but he suffered grea pain last night
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Band ; Welcomed; At nhelmlnaD:
.': partura.', '''.-'. . ." rY : ' !,---; ..
The music, bythe territorial band 1
proved a welcome diversion at the de-
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the tciy cf tL 3 I at 3
TVhcH?y, v. h3 C:lt:
totcr,12, wa3 jlzcri
body .wa3' escort rl t ;
battailca cf ths LY '
LJaJor TVhcl!?y cc .
mcslc ;cf th3 rtY'
casket rested ca aa v..
and the dead cf::::.Y
mourning - car ari:: i v
with the. beets ": . .
Baddle.'- ' .' : -y'
The body will 1 3 coav::
Ington and interred la t'.e r
cemetery at Arliatoa la a :i:l
Major. Volley selectel v'...: : Y
ing the Army War. Cell: a 1YY: c
a year ago. Yr
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Asays is candidate to suc
ceed Frear ?
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GRAND TOTALS OF FOURTH AND Kalanianaole, J. K. (R)
i . FIFTH DISTRICTS. ' T
ClarkB. O.(S) .. ...... .I.;. 122 McCandless, L. L. (Dj
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3055 Notley, Chas. K. (HR) ..... g
3873 Totaj ; ,.7133
Gilbert J- Waller, an old-line Demo
crat who has served the local organi
zation . as delegate td national 'con
ventions r and as - national commit
teeman, .Is. a candidate for Governor
of Hawaii by appointment of President-elect
- Wilson on- assuming 'office.
This Mr. - Waller franklr admitted
to a' Star-Bulletin reporter this morn
ing. Asked If he was a candidate for
the' governorship, Mr Waller saldr ; '
."Havlngr been so' persistently "urged
by the representative ; , members of
the Democratic .party to become a
candidate for Governor and - being
willing to do my utmost to further the
interests of the party v as expressed
When my. name was tar-n ca t3
screen as that of the ncit Ceverar
last night, as has Jbeea rrrcrtci In
the morning paper, ltwai receive I
with enthslasc, by the lar; 3 a. . . -i-tlage
on' the street"-: ;
rr One or, two other names were, men
tioned to Mr. ;WaIler, as gDvemort'aip
possibilities heard: ate at. ia gee;!?
since the election, but he tacek L'.i
head and said'; la effect that ha dl 1
not think any of them were la tha
field for the prize.- Y '-..- T: y. "--.
' Among other names bandied about
In this .connection. I3 taat ; tf ,'V.V. AY.
Kinney, now living ca aa ? tr-t
has fallen to him in Novo
Mr. Kinney, ia';a' letter t
lngs,;has stated .that la
stances would he seek C
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