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title: 'Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, November 21, 1912, 2:30 Edition, Page 8, Image 8',
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HONOLULU GTAH P ULLET 1 1 ?, T II URriDA V,VXOV. 21 , 1C1 2
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oY CYcryLcdv and uncltrctanjrl the ?
f L. L. McCandle3 was given ah ov
erwhelming indorsement for governor
bj the Democratic club of the Tenth
precinct. Fifth district, last nigh t," and
William E. Miles covnty committee
man fcr the precinct, was given a
stiff rebuke by bis.precinct associates.
Miles,' who, is credited with being
a strons supporter of G. J.. Waller for
governor, had told a number of Dem
ocratic leaders that he could " speak
for his precinct la Indorsing Waller,
according to the story told -by , other
members of the Tenth Precinct club.
When the Democratic county, commit
teemet last Friday evening to discuss
the governorship situation. Miles, as
representing the Tenth precinct, voted
against' McCandIess.--v- ,v p' r ;? ',::
! Dy a resolution passed last night,
the clut- repudiated Miles action," and
today statements .were s made .that if
he did cot express the sentiments 'of
his precinct, he would get Into troa
kip irnpg was not present at la3t
eight's meeting, and It 13 said that a
verbal rp.: .t all nicely -prepared for
him was not delivered because he
was vase -enough ta stay away. V fM:
. The club also decided to hold a luau
In tta near futures '.v -; ' i.
Thirty-six .vote3-in favor cf . Mc
Candlesa for- governor out of thirty
sf 3C present .tt the meeting last: night,
were rpcorded in the vote on the In
dorsing resolution, which was as. fol
lows: , K
Whereas, ti a rrcctirg cf the Dem
ocratic Territorial Central, committee,
held on Thursday evtalng, the, 14th
Inst., said cemmittee .indorsed , , the
Hon. L. L. IlcCc-iless for rovernor
of the Ten i ry it Hawaii; i .i, ':
; v.'!:-r it Is t' o ciicn cf , the
r - ' n r r t! -i D r. ecrat'e club, of
C 7c: th- ; rci:.:t. nfth district,
t the Hen. U U McCandless is the
Ic.i.al Democrat for; the exalted and
rc:)onsiL!s position of . chief execu
tive of the Territory cf Hawaii, under
a '.national Der.ocr.-tic administra
tion;, and,". ..-: . i. :;:: - - ;-'-
Whereas, the Hon. L. L. McCand
less .Is independent, . fearless, and
highly 'qualified to 'serve the people of
thi3 territory with equal justice to all;
therefore Ls it', ' . ' - ;.; ': a '
nesolved, by this club, That V we
hp.nrtilv ratify tho action of the Dem-
1 nrrnti Territorial . Central committee
in Indorsing 1 Ic r. . - L." . L. . ! I cCand-
;;iess for toverr-cr cf the .Territory, of
il Hawaii: und. be it fun. r A' ' - ;
Resolved,', That a cc?y cf. these res
olutions te forwarded -fo- the Demo
cratic Territorial Central committee.
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Tha ; rcrclution Ecoring lilies., was
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: -rrs, rt a.rr.ccti-3 cf tha Dem
ocratic County cemmitte?, held cn
Friday -evening, the lCth.5at., Ilr.
Wrx H. :ii!c3, county ccmmltt?cr:sn
fcr the r:r.-.acrctic club c: tr.e icr.tn
rrr-.t: fifth di:trict. voted against
the ir.dorscr.ent cf the IIon. L.'Ii. llc
Car.dless for governor cf the territory
cf Hawaii; and,- - v.
Whereas, caid vote by Mr. Miles doe3
not expres3 the sentiment of the ma
jority cf the members or tne arore
said club; therefore be it - i
Resolved, by the Democratic club of
the ' Tenth precir.ct, Fifth district,
That v.e diaaprrove cf the; action of
our .county con:mIttecmari; "and be Jt
further"'" ' , " ;'. 1:-
Receive -That a copy, of these res
olutions t2 forwarded to the Demo
cratic County ccramittee,' so that t it
raay te Informed cf cur attitude on
the qucaticu of a sueeessor.ito tne
I r. at chief executive cf the Terri
tory cf HavJi. ' . -' i
H. J. GAY, Sec.
' , K. F. CHANG.
The Second , precinct club of the
Fourth district held a ? well-attended
meeting last night This is Waller's
1 orab precir.ct, but instead of indors-
-; era c
Oid Jupe Pluvius 'certainly fdid
things up proper In the way of giving
Honolulu a shower-bath ; A iast snlgbt,
and this morning when the oldest In
habitant stepped; out Into the street
be was at a loss whether to take the
street-car or hire a' rpwboat.,' ..
As Jfar as I the bridges down the
country are concerned, there was no
damage done, and ; the road ; depart
ment has received no other reports ,as
to damage done by the heaTy fall ' of
rata, r: It was reported' this ! morn In g
that some of Uie telephone lines down
near 'Alea were out , cf commission,
but this statement jwas refuted by the
telephone company4:-i f'f
Many' of the streets both downtown
and In the . residence ' districts were
running with Vater A report b the
ti?oithAr- hv.rp-ixi shnwa Tthat the 'total
precipjtatloh from i o'clock-last night j
until that time this morning vas -.
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SOCIETIES VAfJT TO
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. At a "meeting last 'evening) of - , the
board, of trustees of the Library cf
Hawaii, the".- application of ' the Sons
and Daughters of the .American Revo
lution: for a regular meeting place In
the " building, , was Tead and held tor
the. next meeting. Letters from the
Hawaiian Medical Association and the
Hawaiian Engineering " Society were
received at the meeting, in ; which
these two organizations; offered to
loan their medical : library', and , infer
ence books to the new library provide
ing that none ethers but members cf
these .two sccieties be allowed to re
n.i?A tWo VinnVs frnn ' thf library.
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the next meeting. l 'K- -'.;;.,:'.-; ':,v ''
"Plans-were submitted for the Libra
ry parlrl and: theso : were 'r accepted.
Wcrk will begin probably-; at-, ence
upca the grass plotting ana cement
walks. A long cement walk -will ex
tend along the entire front. of the
new building, and the one which will
give' entrance to the library . from
Kng street will be broken in the cen
ter, with a circle of grass and palms.
sh m ; j er, 3 0 : j 'tmI: scree::
The Shrir.er Parade, wl.ich all Hc
uohila'turned cut to see last Saturday
will be repeated in ''moving picture ..at
the Ye Liberty theatre tonlsht when
a reel by Eddie Fernandez will te
thrown , oa the: screenC"; . TnbseV.whii
have seen the film say It's as. clear
E3 a beH land seems ,to have -caught
the: novices when they.we're at: their
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tier.s. VQjecn . ; Lllit'chalani's Recep
tion," will I a shown fotythe nrst time
tcnlghC The'grand old lady" is very
d.VJnctly seen greeting her: guests
and ' receiving then .with hospitality
that is distinctly. HawaiianVA'; ':"V
.Besides Jheee ; feature :firmsr there
"we four first-class ;vaudeville :- acts,
making tonight's program a slx-fea-turt,
NEW FiCTUi;ESr'AT HAVAII!
While tonight's program of movies
at - the Hawaii theater is above the
average, tomorrow's program will be
a "riircarer," ' t6 . quote .Manager
Noyes, who has just tried . out the
bunch cf new films that an-ived by
the Lurljne early4 this, morning, '
' The Hawaii ha3 set A standard in
importing first-run" pictures. .' :
dorsed five, including' about every
body that has been mentioned for the
position but Tr. A." Kinney; S: M Da
mon, L. L. McCandless,' G. J.' Waller,
E. M. Watson and Judge A; A, Wilder
!idate, the Democrats' in-were all -favored.; SK'fo'"-
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minute. Later, you can carry it to any other room, and ...
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In fact, a Perfection Heater js just as good as a fire,r
and much'deaner and more convenient. ; ,
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