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Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX. No. C4 IZ.
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t::acd at tl:o ccaur.itl; -? ratctia the
f ct tLat a rr.itica, f.IcJ by Charles
(r.arlox) 'Canaa,, to, clean cut the
; aV.Hcan: a:. a sultitutc, tas tccn
f.llcd ly a veto taat lc:;ci tat cne
cf .cl:. unr.r.lraous, tsat .l Carrori"
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Er.rrcn ov.ia to a raisuadcr
: .ir..T. --TI.-j ctcry te tells Is brief.
4; :.ys t!:at in tao afternoon of eleo
a u: y a c:M for an autoraotile for
;t!:a ; a rrc:cs reached tne Dc?rno-
v-.rters froa cne of the
rrcn learned cf ttis aud
c cncclvcd " tee Idea that
a v;ns us Ins tho machine
: Ecartcas themselves,
:In for the Republican
anniented fe!3 Idea to
"rr rurkfiiTunc
.r.is chief, !!cCandlc?s, and the two at
caco iTcccc-cd to "zo after Thurston's
r.clitical rcalp. ;: . . .' -
"As a matter If fact," continued the
;.ca!:cr, "I happen , to know that Thur
ctcn did net do any campaign work.
I Co net' l:aov kov.r ho voted and; it
ra:!:c3 no uirrcrence." -. v ,.r v',v."
71.it a stream - fcollns ' nas been
arcuicd at the 'proposal to oust Thur
ston. Is cvideaccd from the; following
Irticr, . ad 'ic--cJ to iho .Mi pernors
pc:t by tv Waialae, KalraukI and ?a
lolo Imp: o ement club: V- : v
. Gcatlea.cn: I am'instructcd l'V ,Ue
pesident and directors nf this . flub to
sufrseit to "you, as t!;o ' future teprosfn
tatJves of thecity . and county, that
aty. chanro in or removal from ths
lice, and po-Ition of Chief of the Flic
Department cf Honolulu shcnld' be fqv
causs only and not "for political rea
sons. ' - - - . V- " . '' ; r -. v .""'
- Our cluba ' non-political one, hut
still reprcsetlns and speaking; for
the v. hole of this horn e-d Is tric
would strongly urge; and '.re'ipo.Hfiuly
represent to you our desire that the
present very efUcient chief be retain
ed and continued in his present posi
tion; we know that It is ver- large ry
through his efforts and strict atten
tion to the duties of his once, coupled
with a .thorough knowledge of the city
and its needs,; that the Fire Depart
uent of this city " has been brought
to its present' state of readiness for
Instant service. ; - ' ' -:..":;.:
Our section contains our property
cur homes and. with other' portiphs
of Honolulu needs fire protection serv-
jice and is sure ofMt while Charles
Thurston is chief. " : ; ; ; 1 7.
Your rrrortfully, . 1
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,y Icy in thit
;..:. a will bo' mact ,bo .de-
acar future, for tho Dcm-
a.aliers are determined ' to
: r. :c: Ion .with their -plans
- far as circumstaaces will
1 they also propeso to ad
outlined' campaign as
; :-;ILle during the seesicn.
. : d as practically certain
::cpubllcan3 have already
t:::ir minds to introduce a
1 aLIic- v.tK.tics Lilf shortly after the;
session c. ::.e, aad with this the-Eour-Lc".i
ar planning' to get a record ci
tho c:ic! I. attitude Mt the Republican
paity t .ard some of the rcforr. e
which ti.o Bourbons urged in . their
platform. ". - ..J- ;'' "-..V:v:;-Of.ccareo
such matters Will bo left
for settlement until after the ne- i
memtcra have shaken together- ia j
their i . J.iminary meetings Tho' rep- j
reeeiit: lives, it is asserted, , have al-1
ready met several time3 and have laiJ
down certain tentative plan3, but the
senators, owing to the absence of : a
number cf '. them since election,! have
been unable ) i ' meet each" other'1 or 'to
talk-matters 'over with-the represent
atives. This state . o f af f ai rs w i 1 V it e
remedied as soon as possible,' and , a
meeting of the . solons arranged" for,
at. which a program. will be outlined
and provisions' made; forj future meet
ings at stipulated. periods-; until the
legislature opens. - ) y" ' . '
RUBBER PROSPECTS
; DalGHT WATERHOUSE
: AVI:ose .trcr::s; are. now 1;jI:: : Izs Uy calarre j for,; pos rrr.r.
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F. . T, P. Watcrhouse, of - the water-.
house Company, Ltd., returnea this
morning; from a trip of inspeciton to
that corporation's , rubber industry: in
tv - "' -' - v Ffxipratrd St.,.tr,s.v Sppri
briefly . as he ;was tasing a car, .Air.
Waterhcuse said to a, Star-Buiietin reporter'-:::-"
aia' i'a;; a;'' a;:;v7.
"Things are goins on. nicely on the
rubber 1 plantations; and the prospects
are good for next year. . - :y -V'.
"Owing to my being laid up for six
weeks withUyphoid feV.er, Ineylon,
1 did-not travel a3 much as I had in
trnriPfl . ''Ypr. I am ouite recovered
"We saw the assembly of the J
anc'se fleet in Yokohama,- it "haying j
been assembled- for inspection by , the
Kraperor. a r. There ; were about' thirty
large ships gathered in the array. " I
suppose there was more In it than a
mere: re view," from' ; all the war, nqws
we hear." ;. ' -'-':.a-:
War in Europe Would Affect
nuiiuiuiu in i.Jciiiy wctyb, oay
Local Bankers and Sunar-
m'en Cut Down Labor Sup-
One
i Fresh shipment of Lbwney's assort
cd chocolates, nut chocolates, 1 chocoq
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tare caxarucis, auu. uugauutja juai.'
celvedv Get .your Thanksgiving can:
d ies t from this shipment;; Henry May
& Co.; Ud. ; Telephone : 1271. Adver-lisement-'
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: The . exhibition ' of . paintings . by
Hitchcock, the; local artist, ; will ,be
open this evening, tomorrow evening
and .Wednesday evening at the Kilo
hana Club rooms. Doors are openecf
; One of the first ; results of-the, re
ceipt here of the ; news that v Europe
appears to be on the verge of a" blaze
of war, was the anxiety 1 manifested
by f the; reservists belonging; lo athe
French and German ;armies. who are
now living' in Honolulu. Some 'large
firm si where --theer 'Ct are .a. a number
of German reseryists. at .work, were
more or less upset by the receipt of
the Information 'that the .Kaiser may
call upon his sons in foreign lands to
go.to; the assistance ot: the Vaterland.
French reservists are also perturb
ed, for If G ermany and the other pow
ers 1 begin ,mobilixing It will : not , be
long before the Great-. Republic, will
(ell compelled to follow suit and call
her reserves ; Into '.the first line, of de
fense or offense. -i-V;N;.3j.r;S t
Affect Labor-Market' "v '1 "f
That a war In Europe would in no
little - way affect , the ; immigration to
thel Hawaiian Islands; 'was the state
ment given . out this , mornings at the
Territorial Board of ImmigrationTIrAs
high as the present charter rates' for
vessels engaged In ! the ti asportation
of immigrants are now, "should thjs
mr Irr" ct th w f1"" v.-r"' 1 -t
even higher aand iVitiis doubtful' If any
ship at all. could be gotten for, thi3
purpose. , ; , ;r . . .
In speaking of a the a present situa
tion .' in Europe with Regard to Immi
gration to the Hawaiian Islands, R.
A.' Kearns,. secretary of the Board of
Immigration; said; f.'. .";0; ; a V,
aa T"am sure'thatany largewanin
Europe would not, only affect the im
migration, but it; would also affect
shipping as a ivhoie ; not 'only H Ho
nolulu but at other points. , Of. course
no one can make- any definite-statements
In regard; to the results of. this
war, but it is ' probable that 5 in ;case
such ar war, happens, that it will mean
the '. stopping lot : Immigration ; to 1 Ha
waii ior, some time, a in , tne auaiiian
states, where--we were at first confi
dent lots getting a people . to come ; to
these Islands, - all passports a have
been stopped, , and D'eople of the lab
oring class cannot leave the country.
This would no doubt be the same In
any . other countries which .would see
fit to go to war.. - On the other hand,
It would, be almost impossible, to se
cure shipsa to :; bring any immigrants
herei and our operations . would ; be
hampered considerably - a . a
Sugar: Untouched. . ' . . ; tJ-r-":-: '
a ; With regard tcr the result of such-a
warden the sugar! interests, It is5 gen
erally thought that with all the"- mo
dern methods of warfare of the pres
ent day, It migbt not last long enough
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si:t th2 ur.:; . Y.zrrzvz cf a
vi!l havo cr--t cf f a at.
ROCHEDTH PI, r;:v:a:r l'-":aal C:
ed as prc:id:r.t cf t.u.- Aa-.:r;:m r:Jcra;;n cf L:.
c'svn. with a s:ri-3 attaal; cf paauaiuaia, ar.J it i:
cians that hi3 Ufs j in Czrrzr.
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( INDIANAPOLIO, . Indiana,. ri;v:mL:r i:. ; :
given hy. Ort:e,C f..cr.ar.i:i! darir.j I'r.z ;
dynamittr3 hsre this mcrnin, J. J. f.'.ar,'; a :
great Gatun Icck cf th5 Panama canal e :! t: ...
year or mere. f.!cr.!ar.ial said that l.'il.'-rai
ity cf the earth in'ths 'vicinity cf th:!::k, an
would start. a Iar.d:!id2 that would bury th: .
a year cr so to clear away. '
fdcManisaf sail a!ao. that amon-th p!--the
structural Ircn workers union v, as t: ; .
duct now building for th2 city cf Los Ar; '
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WASHINGTON, D. C, fiovtmb:r :;.::
Land, who ha3 t:sn in Congress slaos 1ZH7,
died here today cf neuritis. Ths Maryland z
a Republican to suoossd Raynsr, which" will
the Cer.ste, according to the present outlook,
the Senate,. Rayner has been locked upon 23
of that bodv. .
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'dor Rocoevelt, was taken io th? a:yia.
town of Forest, cne cf his C- ' - re
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