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PJLEY H. ALLEN
WKDXESD.VYv..;V.VOVE3inEn 0, 1 912 j been fear that McCandlcss might be sent to
Wellington these men would have, voted for
W. R, FARRINGTOX -I believe A-J un
J. Wlrtr fs the man to be credited with
shaping tne-organization wnicn; car-i ii
neu ui uewocniu to ucu a wrw-ui
victory ' throughout the - island; The
day after the Democratic nominating
convention 1 suggested to - Republican
headonartersJ . "Keen vour eve on
I Wf rtxJ and the resoonse was a sneer.! frearwn continue to noid omce until
When at comes to the intricate deiailJ-rcn 4, or until eutn possible later
of -euccessful ' politicals organization. 'time as the new president miy select.
"keep your eye on Wirta." Hell come J his successor from the Democratic
a riou ta beinr The hotn of Honolulu . raiks.
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YIN; HAWAII c
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A wave of iriwistible Deniocratic strength on
t he" mainland, coiipletl wi t h ionditions in lift
waii, partlnilarlj oii X)ahn, that made for split
ticket voting, in responsible for tbelamaxing h
sultMTof ,vesterday8 'election in thii teTxitoryv -
o smgie iaeior.waR responsnue ior tne. jiem
Hawaii has done the right, thing by -its vitaj
interests In returning a Republican to Congress,
regardless of Jhe7 national election. Y Y M
. CUR KEIT FSESIQ EKT :
GorY Woodrow - Wilson i- a victor without
o('ratic:kndslide in' nation and territorv, b
combination of factors. it It is trnJy a Demo-
cnitic year"; i :a t
On Oahu, iho:Dom'ratic.fttrehjrth'wa8Vn6
v.zoro. pronounced; than; the, Republican weak;
o.sS. : It was not so miich hatTenioVrac'r ifself
. on, as ";' tha tJ)emocnicy tiere took1 alert 'ad van;
: of Ilcptibl ican wwknesKes 'and Republican
Istakos. Even "the minor, weaknesses of lcam
i ign organization weiv instantly turned to. the
rofit of the lembcratic canciidates J ?p ? 4
The split-ticket Voting on Oiiliu due-in
irt to the ivfnsai of' the Voters to swallow eef-
:.:in. Republicans ther felt 'were forced iipon
1 1 was d ue in part, and this refers more es
ciallv to th vote for delegate, to the failure
t lie Republican party' here to give the ad
; istration a liearty indorsement dnd to knit
administration strength and the rest' of the
: ( y i t rengtli.-' closely . togetheiv .; f-i-& f 5. wJ
Vt ( rrd ays" voting-' certainly -appears fto show
U the manv strong adherents of the adminis
; ' :i took a:. practical way of resenting; the
.i j '"p n:l ministered- almost .' continuously
' o;:t the- campaign . by..-- the." Republican
; d -territorial 4)rganizatibhVv",i:V-:-' ;;
V: :' r-B;illrti:i is glad to know,-however,
t ?!. 1 '.ocratie'p'arty has in the main elect
:'! n ; of good calibre and many of .them
z men who should be a credit to
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'..not-believe that. the vote on
i; f.-ir ci tiuiate ct ICuhio's stnugth in
.t r.T.iit ifcCandless alone, under ordi
( -in urn: tancesV Undoubtedly "many . men
! t McCar.dleV v,T.s pure of defeat, and
: r l.iai i :c rclv h.Uil their idea,of re
i i Iluhio' out of resentment for his part
; .Tnat()riai vControversvt-;:;;H&l-. thlre
When" he" was nominated,- the Star-Bulletin
&!V.of hi m ti;''owrb.Wiiiwtt": isfa presidential
ranidate of whom the
be'proud, and'in tne country at large he should
command a heavy votaProgreivW
edj an aide exponent of'; twentieth-centui'y l ad
yahce: and ah 'able leader, of men, acttiated by
derablef practical experieneevf ,Hpv good a na
Perspni,jdbe ,is ; h
able, d There ii Jnpthinory be;Jt)ack;8lppin
ara-pumpuig'rype; abouineitssan schoolmas-
.Taft arid Wilson offer the voters 6f the coun
try conspicuous character a
ment from i which-to Hcfioosey Hawaitsjdatyiis
plainfy withTat7wnose stand on Jtbetarif f is
emphatically ;the ysafei
trial welfare that were "this jmrtict
pate in-theinal showingjt
; Deinocracyri to be congratulated on its re
pudiation of -HearstisniL ai expimsed in Clark's
support ; on its; open denunciation of Big Bnsi
n cv:i i cob froiH The v battles if the Tnelt 'Vf ew
months Jwill Deiwiitchewihit
We "see rio.re,; tohangour
3IiWi IsonfJ Hawaii's stand has! rieen, twith Taf t
because 'of Taf t?s aid in rtlie fight ; for the' salva
tion, "of. Hawaii sugar anrfusf ryKMhllson
has decfarei that : beV will not allow any tariff
revisionr t p disturb Uegitiatplms
rehia ins fo .; be seen whether; he wilhor will nqi
C Roorcvelt made' a' gooot f ifehta;; great figlit,
hut Wilson ha4 every strenlv: of ; personality,
of record, of aiDemocraticjar.and ofthe
vondcr.he got "abig, vote.u fx :v -c
culleu;:c i; icTio::.Fr;Gar;EC3Ea
... ti frem.Pt; 2) - - .
T!( 0 T,.v. :. C ,.ty cf S211 predncU 1ft vthts tats fve
Tilt 1721, tr.d C::.:v:it i y.-.y v - yv
5. Firtt rprecloct' of Lot Anetcs rt.
U.Y, JSw r 'cConta cfztrr.s the statzs ,cf. MalneT.andl
r-d the uut for Wlltsn;
lAt'CIC CO, CiU fv. 5. rtturr.s f;cm three precincts 1 shoyf
U rr. 2 :13 to 7 ih:.J cf Hccscvelt
J LITTLE i;iTE.TI.7S
.IU7Z r.lVCH JUfiCTlON, Ver mont,-ov 5. Forty' townships out of
r.::::vlt 2::?, Taft 2721, Wilson 1515-
1 f'CI'.'ZC, la Nov. 5-C;tirites from six
: th:t.(.;:::vt.'t h:3 a s:i;V. If
i in this State. '
'., t::v. 5. -T:tyrani ; Inccmplete.
has tun cl:featsd In Visconin,
LC AfwCLCC, Cat. Ths'Carf r.ewtpapers, which 'havs
;':;:;:.f:r r.:c:;ve!t, hae ccncccfJd Wilson's election r' 7
r.'jrrALC, ti. f.c ; r :.CrrspIcte returns here enj Iht presK -
. .: t;:i:.n ctve Wi'r.n 2;,::., Hccsevelt 19,S:7, Tsft ;1S:3.-
CYCTCa CAY, N. Y., Nov; 5. Roctsvett carried Honj 'Konj by 'l plur
? cf 2:2. The jvote stood - Roc?ve?t510,'. Wilson .-218, ;Tft C7.?V?7!K-
CAN FRAfCltCO, CaU Nov. 5. One' hundred' and elshteen of 455
j Ar.-sles precincts return YIIeon 70,CS7,; Roosevelt C3.041, Debt 1JS7,
ft 1C7. -; :i :-."?- V V J
C 2T0N, M. a is., Nov. E.ln . the contest for governor of Massachu
:i cut cf 11C2 state precincts give r Dlrd 41,4.29,' Fou 78S2, and.
r ' LTIMORE, Md November 5. The first two precincts counted here
, . .'t 74, VlUon TlooUvelt 157. The same" precincts in 1SC3 save
lit C41, Cryan.S4.
COLUMCUS, OV Nov. 5- Chairman Dougherty: of the' Oemoratic
'- Ce ntra! Committer savi: "The State of Ohio has Jont Democratic
: a larje majority."
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. NEW YORK, N. Y. William M. M combs, chairman of the Democratic..
Tiatienal Committee, telegraphs that Wilson " has carried Massachusetts;:
fcy C3.CC3 'and MlnnesoU-y2W-.;.
NEW YORK,' N. Y Nov." bV-Boss Barnes, thei JWpubl lean:' man
; -:r, has conceded that Wilson' will esrry the.SUte of NwvYork. by from
i;;,C23 to 153,003. Straus,;the Bull Moose candidate -for Governor, Is run-;
riri thrrd.-?v-r J;-.:- "iirr-vr '- ' ' : ' ; V -,-' Ki'V
- wcW "YORK.N. .Y"Nov.'5-The New- v York ' National v Democratic
C--nmittee claims returns at,7 p.- m. Indicate Wilson carries J. New -York.
, . V . , Chusetts," Maryland - and Maine. : -This added : to ; 134 '. votes; of s- solid
"'"s a total 21&vleavinn only; 50 m ore necessary, x . : '
r 0 M C,- N. :'V-, lev. 5 Complete returns from this town given In the'
r 1 - rr-ztorlal election, give William Sulrer, Democrat .1619. Job' Hedges,
; ilcan, 122, and - Oscar S. Strau BuM Moose; -1051. The same town .
in 1313 C3ye Di' Democrat, J998;;,Stimeon, Republican; 1722 :v v-
CAN rn AftClSCO.' CaU Nov. SWilson Is conceded to have carried
stes t-uth cf the Potomac,' and Delaware, , . Kentucky, Maryland,
' .1Igh,.$etts and New York. Apparently. West Virginia and New Jer
V"re-Vlso- in the wnsbn ' cotumn. The electoral votes apparently 't total
"-i 1 r Wilson. "23 for Roosevelt' and 8 for TafC 'Pennsylvania and 'Ohio
" 'u'tful ' The interior of California' and San Francisco are .foVWil-'
to tut'Ut Angeles County - goes for Roosevelt., . . ; ;
;: ALlitflf ; WATERHOUSE r- They
wanted a new deck of . cards and they
have got tCv,-,)-. rv;5f.i--,;-i5?;T'X
t ilAYOR nCRN-the people turned
Democrats. They wanted a change of
goVerniaent -: ." v
EI TOWSEThia steering committee-
system - seems a to -have bogged
PAUL SUPER Now; that theelec
tion is -over a lot of our, men -will
nave ; time to get; into the "Y" , gymna
sium '.and exercise' ; something ;4 more
itrenuous than the right of suffrage.
REV. W. ,B. OLt'SON I think tnere
is' popular disapproval- of - the way
things jbave L beea'.'ipnduct'ed' cleariy
shown dU satisfaction :S with party
methods on ; the 'mainland aijd "here
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Dr U WITHINGTONI did my best
In the interests of the Republican par
tyr I wrote to the attorney genera
of tft United, States' to call off Breck
ons. In the interests of the Republican
party, ; but he declined to. do it .The
result ' Is ' evident. ..';: :-. :
T EDWIN H. PARISt am; very well
satlsfled.1 You v have; heard . the "; old
song, "I -.want what I. want . when' I
want it I don't believe that the Jocali
people really, do know w,hat they want
Further than . that, I butted Into, poli
tics the wrong" year.-v v'
I GEORGE H. ROBERTSON I am
(Continued from Page 1)
S3 any man now in polities on either
side. -i '
IV. O. SMITH Here I think there
were a variety of reasons I .think ihe
So-called method of scratching or vot
ing for the best-men, is largely re
sponsible -Then there Is the matter
of the banana ' canfpaign. as . a great
deal - was ; said about , the Republican
administration Saving cut the bananas,
Further,; there was the feeling among
the Portuguese about the Punchbowl
lots. 1 think-that Kohio's attacks In-
' Before election It was common talk
that L. L. McCandlesa already was in
line, for this job. In case he was de
feated by Kuhio at the polls. In the
last few days; however.; a" number of
other names have appeared in these
discussions, one of the most frequent
ly mentioned being that, of Attorney
W. A. Kinney. Other names selected
at: random; from among, the Demo
crats for the position have been "Deacon-Trent,
Gilbert .Waller, and Judge
Arthur s Wilder. : In addition: ' to ; the
fluenced a; good many people.- With i nor a& JJfJ W car-
regard to the mainland election. I be
lieve .that Wilson cwM, make a good
SENATOR A. F, JUDD-As a ne-publlcan-1
can'sy that" I am sorry
things have gone as toey have gone,
but I am too good an American to be
Ueve that the country has gone to the
dogs: I understand that, the i Repub
licans will have a workmg majority In
the next house and senate and, with
the intelligence which the Democratic
representatives ; in the . leglslatu re
h-we.'.it looks ,to me. as though;. Me
Territory was to receive for the f?rs
time a legislature composed -of two
parties- fairly balanced. I- underhand
that therl is, not a lawyer elected' to
the house from - ahu and- for. thai
reason especially 1 yery moch'Yegret
Castle's defeat There' is' no fit cuairf
man for the Judiciary conunitteer1
ihat is on the-, presumption , that Hol
stein. will again take' the' speake.12p.
At to the mainland election. T believe
we are going to have radical cixangea
in- the tariff.- 1 The responsibility of - a
national administration Is bound 4 to
result in'; makln; progress ; slowly.; C
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too full for .utterance. --In, the flrst hm Sztil
place.; I ask mvseTf -hnw vtha dlclten 22"' Ewa 485 7?. -
did it happen. 1 I don't consider my
self an authority to express. Any opin
ion -on Just' what, will be, the effect
My Impression always has been . that
Wilson would be a7 safe jnan.
A. E. . LARIMER Quite 'a number
of fellows have expressed a desire, to
sUtement 'on Jthe Frears confirmation, j AULO LAN bedroom house
that I did not say.4 All of his friends
bel ieved - that it would be ; mad visible
forhlm to allow himself to be forced
into, making a statements Kuhio owes
' good deal of ' hia victory to s Bob
Breckohs. Bob Shingle, Hoi stein, Lane,
Desha and others. ,
hearMr. ;HeiserV -course of lectures I f2tll contained an illustrated rarUcle
on luvcBiraenis ; wucn oegin ai ue
Y. rM. C. A. tonight It is hoped ;that
all interested ( will r be present at the
frst lecture which! will cover the sub
ject on local and mainland Jstock." ; "
; R. II; TRENTr-Dissatis'factlon ",with
the 'many years of broken, promises
or the Republican' party t is ':what I
deem; the cause of the, overturn.; The
people felt, that they, wanted a change
V think that, ; ' after two ; years i of
Democratic -administration Federal
and locaVthe big interesta . here will
believe that the Democrats, are not
such bad fellows after all.- ..'v.
CHARLES F. CHILLINGWORTH '
I was not.correctly quoted in the Ad
vertiser' this morning.- I" do; believe
there was mismanagement In the Re
publican campaign, but as far as Ku
hio losing because he did not make a
ries a salary of tlftQO a year.
., It also is . generally thought Jiow
that Territorial Secretary Mott-Smith.
whose resignation waa accepted by
the President . a couple of days ago,
will hold over with -the administration
until 'March 4. ;-i V
v - Below - la given a list of the ofSces
which are generally regarded as poli
tical patronage,. in which the Demo
cratic administration;. ; may u make
changes, with the salary of each: . j
Territorial Secretary, appointed ' by
the President' U.000. ; - k'--:,: ;
U. S. District Attorney ;4,600.,.: '
U. ;S. Marshall. -13.000. ".v
; U.;S.. Postmaster, 13,000.: : r ;
,U.. 3.. Collector of Customs,, approx
imately. $6,000. ' .1
;'iP S. Collector of Internal Revenue.
; Also the , following heads ' of Terfi.
torlal departments, appointed by .the
Attorney General, : $4200;
M Superintendent of Public
$4800. 'LV-.-J ' "
Auditor $3600. .. X
Treasurer, $3600. : ev;:
r. Land Commissioner, $3600. r: V '
These, commonly known, ' as the
Governor's cabinet are " not wcompelI
ed to resign, though .they usually do
unless; urged by the incoming' .execu
tive, to retain thelr of flees. p An In
stance of this was the case of Judge
Kepolkal, Territorial ,i. Treasurer un-.
der Governor Dole, and' who'remalned
In office after George-R." Carter took
the gubernatorial job under President
Roosevelt - Carter , was - unable . to
drive Judge Kepoikal from the office,
though' the latter finally, consented to
cult the position, when appointed Cir
cuit Mudge. It is the unwritten law,
however, for the heads" of the depart
ments "to tender their resignations to
the Incoming Governort;;.; ' ;
While' the appointments of all the
judges, 4in the; U. a district .court, su
preme court, and circuit courts,; are
made by .the "president, none- of these
are regarded as political of ficesThey
cannot be removed except for good
and ' sufficient', reason, and? moreover
the . appointments are invariably made
regardless of political 'leanings; The
president appoints .the; judges on Tec-?
ommendations sometimes; by. the Bar
Association and sometimes v.' bv . - the.
governor or on .the advice of both.
- An : interesting feature of the pres
entituation is Hawaii's position": at
Washing: -n, -D. a Many are - pre
dicting that, after all, the recent .in
vestigation by Secretary of the Inte
rior. Fisher will come to naught He,
like all the other cabinet officials, un
doubtedly will be; removed from of
fice, and 'a new secretary; will assume
the burden of the territorys destinies.
It is deemed possible that Fisher, may
make his recommendations V on .-. the
proposed public ; utility commlssioa
and other changes in the. Organic Act
and that this: work; may be taken up
and disposed 'of to- a certain, extent,
before the new administration comes
into power. One thing Is - considered
certain Hawaii will lose '-. a; staunch
friend! at 4he national capital if Fish
er is relieved of his office. Vf ', .1 ,.'V
'.In1 the talk oh the ? streets ; today
candidates for many of the TerritoK
lal ; departmental headE have been
mentioned For instance the follow
ing have; been suggested for the of
fice of Attorney General: .J, : Light
foot who has . Just been , defeated for
the office! of county attorney; -W W.
Thayer, - Judge W.: S. Eddlngs and
Harry Irwin, of Hllo,-;.,;-:';...;.;';.;
"W W.llarrls; whose 8U(fden switch
f rdm the ; Republican to ; the Democra
tic ranks was a recent - sensatlonai
development ; in the. campaign, : and
whosej particular sore spot war said
to ; be the Governor failure ; to ap
point him as Superintendent -of Pob
lic Works-is' regarded as a possible
applicant for the job that Hi K. : Sis
hop assummed only last MondayX I
CROPS FOR OCTOBER
j Cabled ..advice : to The f Waterhouse
Company, Ltd give the. following fig
ures of? the October yields of the two
rubber Companies in which that cor
poration ts interested hi the ; Malay
States: :,;..-;-;t-' ,
; Pahang Rubber Cd 6582 pounds...
;;iTanJong3101ok;; Rubber Co., 6192
on the Cook memorial In Hawaii, com-J pounds. ;
oiled by F. Cartwright, of the Hono-1 - ' uotn- are very - satisfactory in-
,lulu' Schools for-Boys. ;-y . rr -V v ' creases,-;-:;-,;.; : ,'. :v , ;-; ,
.M. COITO, of'Hawail, s visiting In
the city; .;,;'-.-; ' - Z z HV
. ;R. GILLISPIE, of Hawaii, is regis
tered at ' the? Young.- . ;-"!-:", ;
a F. , CARTWRIGHT, late & of, ...the
Honolulu' School tor- Boys, leaves ion
the Marana for, a trip to England by
W. E. BUCK of San Francisco,, ac
companied by J. A, Buck, are recent
arrivals; In the xiity;and,.are register
ed 5 kt. the""1 Youngs. '-; j- yi
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POrJIES ATDIJOU ;
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If .you t are down and , out in the
mouth' as the" results of the Demo
cratic landslide yesterday, -, taker in
the Bijou theatre tonight .which.- you
will", find to be ; a good antidote -; for
that -Twho-would-have-thought-it", feeling;-
-as Morris' "wrestlicg ponies and
Jchn. Hedge will bethe. center of,' at
air theatre tonighfvii'ilv
Morris's shetiands ; aid -.theV colored
comedian; who la such.! a great favor
Ite i with the kiddies, iftill be'4on .the
boards , for three nights only; during
which time 'they will extract; sixty
laughs a minute: "by their peculiar
pranks. : f 'The - Musketeers Comedy 3',
which . Is the greatest, act of its kind
ever shown here, Jtfili - be ;seea la a
new turn. : These : people are 'enter
tainers par-excellence.' i, -f-' : V . : "
V Besides the ' abpver a-. nevf vactv will
be' presented by Florence' - Raym'ondj
the rentrlloqulst who uses three' man
niklns in her turawlch is replete
with, comical situations: ..vAnV' extra
ordinary program of J moving,' pictures
has been prepared by our local theat
Who Ouches for the r f act? that; to
night's show, at the UIJou -will drive
away all election cares or ' rather; the
sting that attaches itself to' defeat .
EVA AND OAfUJ SELMi ftl
- HEAVILY BOTH DECLINED
Despite! the election, a considerable
volume of business, .mostly. In - Ewa
and Oahu, is recorded, in today's stock
sheet bnt . with ,'a - decline of a . half
point : in Ewa and - one of a . quarter
point in Oahu.: Brewery. Is also down
a quarter.' : Olaa. has advanced a quar
ter ; point : Pioneer ; and Walalua are
unchanged v Sales are "as follows:
Oahu. 280 Bhares at 265 ; 0. between
boards and 100 on the- board at -26.
Pioneer. 101 5 and '10; Bhares at: 30X0.
Waialua, S shares at HO.v Olaa, 5 and
UST.;and Moisture arc severe tests lor .
any watch and many a good watch o
becomes ruhreliahie; !
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Bui - not the; Howard VVatch The:
Howard's perfectly adjusted 'mechanism and ; '
case are equal to every test."
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It takes a mother, to explain that if
it wasn't for the other bad boys her
"Willie" would be an asgel. :
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out cf retain 1 with 't! j r
ceptlcn cf a t-tv.!ri suit
The -memory; of CapUIn Cook has
lately t been honored - at the port of
Whitby, England. by the- erection of a
statue .jihere.. It was: from this' port
in his native county that the illustri
ous navigator; first sailed a; an ap
prentice. ;Vi The , London Field of .Oct
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MANOA Tine residence lot 55,000 aq.,feetf
'Several other choice properties. - i ,
NUUANU-r40,000 sqifeet In the upper, cool part of the valley
OCEAN VIEW -Modern Home .with all conveniences ..,...,..
ANAPUNI STi-Modern1'2 story house
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YOUNG ST Residence lot 12981 sq. ft
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For further particulars, apply to
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4 PALOLO VALLEYr; Acre ' latz' &;ih:?iXUi.. 500.00
OCEAN VIEW : Kaimukl Aveand lth Ave.; 3 'lots'.. $1450.00 .
OCEAN yiEWreservoIr Ave 3 lots V.;ij;..v.$1650.00
t(EANyiEW:15th Ave.E. vVv .Yi S - V-$ 500.00
'J OCAN VIEW j 1 5th Ave. and Pahoa :ift ?.v .: ';'$ 1200.00 "'if
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