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Kvenlng Bulletin, Et.-1 882, No. C286. x.
Hawaiian Star; Vol. XX, No. 642C. .
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alia Bv Voters Yesterday
Island s Give's Him App
C traigh t-TicIcet Democracy
Delc-'.tc to Ccnzress, two member's
oMhe 1 T 3 cf Kepresentatlves, city
clerk, i attorney, one mem
ber cf t' 0 ; : :J cf tcrervlsors thi3
Is lo ut tl. tlze of tbe Republican
e i?Icud of Oahu .7 the
manlns. more fthi
SCO l ( . .
: Can Jlrr.s on Oahu, was
ilal 'majjrltles on all the
ICaua' vcre Ewerf clean
i:ican party, Oahu was
Rlncst a 1. van eweep for- thje Demo
crats, .'while, the ra-rtles, broke about
even cn J I await. ; '' : ''::v-,t' ;;:
Andrew Cox was declared; elected
r t r.; .rh J.g at cine
t: ,j Lr.d xnless a. re
count '. -: i wits by a f mall
'majority. '' ' '
Th( re U ta'. cf a recount la 'several
f-'tn those of dcle
i. crr.tcsU 1 ty: lie
- --t r-".tf rializcvl.
to th" tear.'
it ' , ,
f r - r, 1
L 1 -t; ? Lr.t c
j :! t. ; . . 1 . 3 tec -arale as they
. could he , ai.er expert work all
' iit-ht, for a!, A. v flections on .Oahu.
TI.cfo I;::: v.cre not . finished
aitll shortly h - re noon today, after
ten hours' tic dy work following the
last reports JasL i:!:ht. A recount
may rhow eono flight changes, but
It Is' not h'lieved they will be suffi
ciert to n. ue any char. ges In the list
. cf tho?e .r'ectcd.' '' . , :.
A lar at the. detailed figures
shows v.hat happened better than
words can tell, it was eplit-ticket.vot-
- lug Ly Ur; ullicans and straight tick
et vet Irs i. y Democrats that did It The
city ana c "ty government Is practi
cally car t: 11 i by the Democrats, but
the leg;?'...iaro .remains - Republican.
Clarence -CV-ake &nd Norman Watkins
were, the cr.Iy Rcrutlicans elected to
''the Hcufp cn Oahu.' ' :-:.' '
Mayer l'crn was re-elected by an
easy msjc-.ity of over- Col. Sam
Tarker, with Hustace .getting . less
- than TOO - - -: . -' ',''
Both Clerk KalauokalanI and Audi
tor, Ilickne'.l were re-elected, but by
a greatly reduced majorities,, and.: for
awhile the gclng was too close for
their comfort. Even at 3 o'clock this
morning the result in the race for
auditor was not definitely; settled.
Senatorial Fi;ht Clcie. -a--:;.'
; For a long time last night ithe sen
atorial Cght was close, nut finally the
"three Democrats. began to pull. away
f rem their Republican rivals and once
In the lead kept it. Jim Coke headed
thr . bunch, polling 414C votes. WIrtx
was next and laukea followed hlnu
: Dowsett. led the v Republicans with
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' Democrats .': Sweep Most v Representa-
tives. " : v' - -'..v : ':-A'
Only two Republican representatives
out of twelve on jthls Island were elect
ta, C H. Cooke and Norman Watiins,
loth In'i the Fourth district. Split:t
ioket voting beat the others, for the
, Dcmocr&ta stood by their , ticket and
the Republican votes cast for Demo
cratic candidates were many. ; ;
; In the- Fifth district the Democrats
made a clean sweep.-' : ..''-,:
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ALL SIZES "IK STOCK.
H. E- 'HEIIDRICK, Ltd.
Ikrekact tad Uatea Sis. TeL 2018.
1 Be If ptteJ. - Kehlo ' Kalactanaole,
Rep. vy..;-.- '.' '' ; -; -'-A'A---',:-''? "
:' :. v-, i-H ' OAHU. WysJZ
, ITayor Joseph J. Ferny Dera, - '?
upeuors Aciretv Cox, Rep.;
.ljniarl Uardeity, Jcin ITarktam, W.
II. ::cCIILin, ZI. C racfcpco, Lester
tVtrh', Edir. II. F. Woller, all Dem.
Nhrrirf W. F. Jarrett, Dem. " : v
(Irrk D. Kalacokalanl, Jr Rep.
- AcItor Ja-r.es ElfkEdl, Rep. - '
Treasurer CcU C. J. ZU CrthyJ)en.
Atlorcey John XY, CalLcart. Rep. -
Ri r ;uty Sheriff Chak. II. Rose,
Ren. .- ' -,-, '-; v . - : ;- ' ;
enalersJnnes I Coei C P. Ian
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J. ::. i' ; ; . ', R. J. UeCaniless, JV'It.
Feel?, - Rphs. ' .-,;' "v-! 'v'- J
jatixs u ro:;n 0
r Special Etar-Eulletla Catla
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CM3 fcr cGvrncr by ct i.Mt mU3Lu3 .
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CHICACO, III- Ncv: 6.r:::;v:It -t'-zzrz ts I'.ivj I
alltycf pre. ally, -
.- "Ur.:?3 Jca" Cnn:n h;i fc:;.r o eat:4 f.r ro-c 1
lr.3 by C:D vai:. ;
V fll7 YOhl', fl. f.':v. 6 C:n jrc;:.r.a.i , j :.
r8-I:c4.:d.frcm' this stats. . . '"-"
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(Special Star-Bulletin Wireless) . '
LI HUE, Kauai, Nov. 6.-i-Kaual stood
loyal" to the Republican party and its
principles by carrying- the straight
ticket through the polls yesCeVday with
flying colors. : Prince Kuhio's win on
the Garden Island for the delegateshlp
was unquestioned, but the strong ran
which he made was a source of gratification-to
his supporters. - f i AA
But few of the other of(icers were
In doubt,' and4 when the ballot count
was hair completed - it was apparent
that . the -Republicans -A- had on all
along the, line, and interest . in ; the
result ceased. - It was a quiet election
on the : Island, - - - ''v'--.' v: A
Following, was the ticket elected:
, Delegate to Congress Jv K Kalanl
anaole. v A -JA 'A: '-AA-AXl A-A '-;
Senator-Chas. A. Rlce-'-- :A:i-. "'
Representative J.. 11. Coney J .
K. LoU, W. J; Sheldon, R j P. Spald
ing. ;;. .-:: t : -? XAAXAA
Sherlff-rWm. Henry RIoe. "
County Clerk J. M. Kane&kna. r
.-.' County Attorney S. Kl Kaeo. yo' A
A Treasure r Harold ' Morgan. ' "
v Auditor C. Maseru " . w .
Supervisors Walmea, P." Gay; Ko
loa, W. D. McBryde; Uhue, h; D.'
Wishard ; Kawaihau, J. von Ekekela
HanaleL : A. MenefogHo. .'n 'J- V
Supervisors' -'o - y. xA': I;'- ; '' f
1 It was not until ten o'clock this
morning that It was definitely known
that Andrew Cox was elected to the
board orsupervlsors, making one Re
publican' and P six A Bourbons on the
board ' to go with a", Democratic, mayor
and Democratic . county ; ; administration-
- Cox ran slightly behind In the fifth
district but . ahead In the ofurth.. ' :
REPUBLICANS SURE OFT
Ao'AA: : ' - -v, - :'A'AA.
Republicans will: be Jn .control 6t
both the Sehate and the House In
the next legislature, with a good, mar
gin in each, in spite ot the Democra
tic victories on Oahu. Following is
the line-Hp. Vk? f ; - "-- ''Kc
' SENATE. f :" '';
Oahu- :,..'.. V.-A? ':-'AA ' S;''
Cecil Brown (holdover) .Republican.
Charles F. Chllllngworth (holdover)
Republican. -r "
. James L. Coke, Democrat
C P.: laukea, Democrat
A.s F.i Jndd (holdover) Republican,
v A. J. Wirtx, Democrat
(Continued on page S.)
1. KCJI1IO K.UAMAXAtJLE
; Governor Frear, asked today wheth
er: he will resign if his appointment
!s 'duly.' mad by the President andap-
proved by the Senate; said he ia no',
prepared, to., make any ttatement';6n
that subject at the present time. VH
probably will make an announcement
bter however. '::.. :AJ -, :
i Aiked concerning, his view on'tb
election the 'Governor said itfAA&i
Under the circumstances." especial
ly In view of the delicacy of the situa
tion with reference to myself. -1 hav
refrained from expressing opinions or
discusslnr jlhe political situation pub.
Ucly during the campaign, . and he
same reasons! would seem to suggest
that I do not comment specifically fon
the situation at t present 1 can say,:
however, that I am not Qne of those
Republicans .who think that ' .Demo
cratic victory means ruin to thefconn-
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 without the people ; sooner
or later righting theni. f. " . ; ,
1 I'At to the result ok- thW;mainianci,
the -entire country -can congratulate
Itself- that .-.the . Democrats selected
what ; was probably the Democrat ' best
fitted tor the Presidency in the coun-!
try, a man of .whom : Republicans as
welt as Democrats may well be proud.
, ln regard , to the local . situation,
there" is. a great 'deal that might tt
said, buc which, as already Intimated.
It might not, be in the beat taste, for
me to say at the present time.'-The
facts . speak for themselves und sev
eral important lesions -are very: obvi
ous. I thing it, will not be out of
place, for me to say that It Is gratify
ing that among the Democrats, elected
thre were so, many good men." ; :.v:;
A. J. mRTZ
ZtlX-' Harry Lan;, Cimocrat's c: . .ts s.r . .
uvninj, -rieputlican, a clcss f "
, ' POnTLAr.'Di Ore.,-Nov. CLatj rttbrr ? '-rs'.'c'-ttl,
plurality. He may net havs w :n ty cv:r w.V:
DENVSn, CoU flav. e-CsI:raia hs':'j f: ,;
cratlc ticket ty prciahly 47,C:c. H;;.iviit ij't.;
' C UTTE,: Mcnt, U a v. , 6. W ilsin c sr r i : t t ':. ; 3 ty
. " A. - AAu, 'AA --'Ai l Assoclalftl rvesa CillI "
CHICAGO, llllncis, fiavsrst :r C.Frcm prc;:r.t ril
Ion cf ths'lower heat? cf Ccr-r. 3 t;:
Democrats ZZ7, H
M M 1 i M .1 , Ji . - ,
, ; It Is tsMevei that ths crr.ats will bi C:ns:ratl;
of at least five cf the seven va:a.-.:i: J ccc.rri-j. .
V SAN FnANClSCO, CaU Nov. 6. Inilvtlsns (r ths Ct:::
are that YUson haj'wen the Z.M by 12.:.:.
, DE3 MOINES, Idwa, Novemhsr 6-1 c.va has s.vur; l.-.t
column.: ; : ;;.''-."
1 SAN FRANCICCO, Cal., fiovt.r.ber.-'e-r.ocsjvelt'a cl.r;
nois and Pennsylvania are dscresssi. r - '
Vysmir.3 and Couth Dakota are douhtfyl. .
M PATRONAGE Oill MS FOX DEIOCRACY GS','
(' -. ,:.;;f.r J
The ; Democratic
landslide : wil: cratlc pork barrel. and a large.' fat
prove1 epoch-making; for. the Inlands, juicy one It is expected to prove fuR
as much or even, more ihan in the of a lot of exceedingly good things In
states, as shown by the fact that it is the: way : of official salaries - and hon
they'' first time in the history of the ors; : j "v- .iv A- , i' 4,
Territory an entirely new administra-1 Perhaps the 'foremost of these; 'in
t5on is to come into public office. The i peint of prominence. Is ' that' of the
political patronage, heretofore held bj Governor; .While Governor Frear d?
the . Republicans, becomes the Demo-j dines . as,, yet -to make a statemerrV
t s to his ' possible future action, : ft Is
thought ' by- some 'President Taft;will
forget his promise - to make pie reap
pointment Frear, already has ; held
over a year beyond the ' expiration 8?
Lis term and It is believed timejicti'
ored customs will be followed ;i that
(Continued, on Page; 4)
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Says ls Candidate to Sue-
: i " - ceed Frear
"'irThe.' ' maUsr . cf tl 3' - C ; v ; rr.-: . '
hai not yet been'ccnallsrcl, ana :
too ' soon for me (to dre an 7 c...
bion with regaxd'to it
-It.Is up to the 'Demccr-tls r :t
here' whd shall ' represent tha T;
tory of Hawaii' so fax ta tha r;
norshlp goes. "Vhon:ever ths r sv;
decides to support I supese wiJ I :
out next Governor. -..A;
t m"ay be through the reT-'-r cr
ganlzatlon, hot there - are Clllz rz nt
ways of finding out the wish cf tai
party. -Perhaps it: miht ts thrcu:a
the medium of a mass meeting."
YOTE BYrPRECINCTS SHOWS HOW MXANDLESS RAN AHEAD OF KUHIO ON AHU
.?t1 DELEGATE FOUrttH DISTRICT.
Clark, B. O. (S) ....
Kalanialaole, :Jonah K. (R)
McCandless, Link LI (D)
Notley, Charles K. (HR) . .
134 - 130
Total vote of Fourth District
Gilbert J;,Waller,.an old-line Demo
crat who has served the local organi
zation as delegate to national con
ventions - and; as 'national : commit
teeman, is a candidate' for Governor
of i Hawaii by appointment of President-elect
Wilson on assuming office.
This Mr. Waller frankly admitted
Lto a Star-BuUean reporter this morn
ing. Asked if he was a candidate for
the governorship, Mr. Waller said : -.-
Having 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.,; as expressed
by them .1 . have concluded to accent
f the office: if tendered to me v " r - . H Eugene.; Buff andeau did net hell a
When my name was thrown on the v meeting of the board of supgrvlscrs
screen as that of 'the next Governor ) last night but : had ; the rare
last night as ; has been, reported In J-experience of ad journlng an lnvi3lol
the morning paper, It was 1 received secsIon of that body.V It 'waa tha Eta
with -enthusiasm by the large assem- j totory date-for a regular meeting, but
blage on the street" :A ' '--A'-'- ' ithe supervisors were not there. It Is
, One or two other names Were men-) believed -that !the city , fathers, were
tioned to Mr. WTaller, as governorship musing themselves watching lantern,
possibilities heard about in gossip show of a landslide that is supposed
lnp the elect Inn Tint fm ehnnW Ma ta hAVtfr, tafepn hfao mnme,rtrt thn
head and said In effect that he did same . day. . Anyway, they " were net
Clark, B. O. (S)
Kalanialaole, Jonah K. (R)
McCandless. Link L. (D) ....
Notley, Charles K. (HR) ..
DELEGATE FIFTH DISTRICT
; Precincts ' ..''
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ToUl
0 0 2 1 1 1 1 8 8 5 1 7 8 8 4 ' 3 55
25 34 86 129 76 84 86 146 79 208 54 113 209 88 24 26 1508
80 54 46 64 51 36 138 288 184 262 73 174 203 118 38 61 1937
0 3 1 2 1 0 7 4 2 5 . 3 4 23 0 0 1 ; 57
; TotaLVote of Fifth District ...
GRAND TOTALS OF FOURTH AND Kalanlanaole, J. K. (R)
FIFTH DISTRICTS. n - T t
Clark, B. O. (S) 122 McCandless, L. L. (D)
3055 Notley, Chas. K. (HR)
not think' any of them - were ' In the
field for the prize. . .-. ' -' . ' ... -1
Among other names bandied about
in this connection is. that of W. A.
Kinney,; now living on. ait estate that
has fallen to him in Nova Scotia, but
Mr. Kinney, In & letter to Judge Ed
ings, has stated that in no circum
stances would he seek the governorship.'-
Up to Democratic Party, Says
'McCandless..-.:. , ..'':;:";
L. U- McCandless, being esked If
present on the stage of "duty and the
deputy clerk, after-waiting more than
a quarter of an hour, ; solemnly de
clared the meeting adjourned. Super
visor Murray entered the bail twenty
five minutes late and adjourned him
self. - - -: v .:': . "':-'. -
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The giant Campanile provided for by
the .will of ' Mrs. Jane Sather to be
erected ; on the campus of the Uni
versity of ; California Is soon to t a
commenced.- It .will be 300 feet th.
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