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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1906
J. M. VLVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : i : MAUI.
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Public, Convetenoer and
Aoent to Grant Marriage License
Onicc, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
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CHRISTMAS CARDS !
. Remember those who are fur away,
but whom you still love, with n
Christinas or New-year's Cml. I'
costs so little, and it will please fiem
so much. Do not wait till it is loo
We have a beautiful collection of
"cards from ten to twenty five cent?.
Come and make your s-lection before
the prettiest ones aro sold.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you wun t a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. 166 Makavvao
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Undor the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustaco Assistant Cashier
E. D, Tennoy, J. A McCandless,
G. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
Few peoplo give enough thought to tho earning
capacity of a dollar. When you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, but
HO WW MUCH IT 1A1LL EARN.
When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, you arc startfng on tho only straight
and suro road to wealth. Idlo dollars are of no moro
uso to tho world than idlo men. Every dollar you
mako over tho cost of actual necessities should bo
immediately placed under the safeguard of a strong
bank and kept busily at work earning other dollars
for you. Wo pay four per cent interest on savings
accounts and figure tho interest every six months.
AND LAIIAINA NATIONAL BANK.
The Cuban Question Presented from a Demo
cratic Point of Yeiw.Good
CLUBS HOLD SUCCESSFUL MEETINGS.
Portuguese Republican Club and Young Men's Republican
Club Hold Successful Meetings in Wailuku
Speech of Kaiuc. '
M;CLANA!IAN ADDRESSES WAI-
JUndcr the- protecting wing of
Cyrus T. Green, tho man of many
tradcssof Kaluilui, tho Democratic
candidate for Congress, E, B. Mc-
Clanahan, held the first Democra
tic meeting of the sca.on in Wailu
ku last Friday evening.
McClanahan is one of the ablest
attorneys in the Territory and it
was but natural that a largo num
ber of persons should turn out to
hear him even though they dis
agreed with him in politics and in
his arguments in favor of his elec
tion to Congress.
He paid in part: "A man who
casts a vote for an oflice without
knowing the why of his choice is
not casting an intelligent vote.
Our Delegate to Congress is the
only officer that has any thing to
do with national politics. Do we
always stop to think what the
words Republican and Democrat
There aro not many matters of
national policies that interest us.
One however is of vital interest.
Tho Republican party stands for
colonial policy or imperiallism, the
same that annexed Hawaii, the
Phillippines and now wishes to an
nex Cuba. Its the policy of broad
er fields for commercial purposes.
Against this policy of colonization
stands the Democratic party. The
party that opposed the annexation
of-IInwnii and the Phillipincs. 1
am not criticising this course but
will ask which you would choose.
Bcforo the Democrats and West
ern beet sugar Republicans would
consent to tbo Spanjsh-American
war thoy forcod tho administration
to proclaim to the world that Cuba
should bo free. Since then power
ful influences have been brought
to bear on the administration to
influence it and today in Cuba is
a foreign army, an Amorican
Government and tho only thing
that stands between us and Cu
ban annexation is public senti
ment in the States and the Repub
lican party is now at work on nub-
ic sentiment and will continue to
do so until the people will declare
hat the conditions there are such
that for humanitarian reasons an
nexation must be consummated.
Tho writing on tho wall is but
too plain thatj.from the adminis
trations point of view annexation
Do you not know that Cuban
ann3xation means tho closing down
of every mill in tho Territory? Cu
ba can furnish all the sugar the
American people require at Thirty
Dollars per ton.
I have a homo in Honolulu and
a lucrative law; practice and as
Cuban annexation would mean
that neither would bo worth ten
cents on the dollar is the reason I
am hero before you to night.
The people here can work on
public sentiment. There are forces
for and against annexation
There are men who will deckle this
issue. If we send a Republican
the inference will bo that tho peo
ple here are in favor of Cuban an
nexation. If on tho other hand
we send to Congress a man who is
opposed to annexation the people
will say that wc aro opposed to
annexation and havo sent a repre
sentative as a protest.
Tho press aro actively criticising
my arguments and say we will
send Kuhlo to exert his influence
with Congress but this is ridiculous
for when the matter comes up in
Congress Kuhio might talk himself
blue in tho face and not influence
them. Even though tho Re
publican party gave us tho tariff
under which wo sell our sugar so
advantageously, since it is tho Re
publican party that will tako it off
our sugar wo see there is a grave
danger in sending a Republican to
Tho Ilawaiians aro my best
clients and my best frionds, even
Kuhio and Notley aro among my
clients and yet Notloy is telling
the Ilawaiians that if they cannot
voto for him to vote for Kuhio as
I would disfranchise them.
Tho Fifteenth Amendment to
tho constitution of tho United
States says Congress shall not tako
away tho franchiso of any one ro
gardless of race or color and Char
ley Notloy knows it.
At Kalapana tho Ilawaiians Baid
they had heard Notley say that if
they voted for mo I would clisfran
chiso them. I saw Notloy in Ililo and
ho denied having said anything of
Dining my speech at Waiakea
what did tho Republicans do but
build a bon lire midway between
Ililo and Waiakea, and the firo
department turned out to put it
out, and tho peoplo who wcro list
ening left McClanahan and tho
(Continued on Page 3.)
MASS MEETING ON MARKET
Lnst Saturday evening took
place on Market under the auspices
of the Portuguese Republican Club
a mass meeting, which, notwith
standing the contra attractions,
was very well attended.
The first speaker of tho evening
was A. J. Gomes, candidate for the
Legislature and his words wcro in
terpreted in Hawaiian by W. J.
Coclho. Ho Bpoko well and con
cluded by asking tho pooplc on
election day to mark an X opposite
Ins name. "Not a very largo one,"
he said, "but one in proportion to
ANTONE J. GOMES
Candidate for Representative from
tho Third District.
Tho next speaker introduced
was M. P. Waiwoiolo, who spoke
in Hawaiian and was loudly ap
plauded. Ho was then followed
by W. J. Coelho.
Tho speaker talked in Hawaiian
of tho needs of the people and pro
mised to do his utmost for tho
masses. "Cast aside all ill feeling
toward mo, if any exists," said
Coelho, "and lot us work shoulder
to shoulder for tho good of Maui."
His words wore woll listened to.
Mr. Hugh Howell then under
took to answer "Billy" Cornwoll's
remark with roforonco to tho Iao
His answer was listened to at
tentively by those presont and they
formed an opinion with regard to
Chas. Lake, tho popular nominee
for Doputy Sheriff of Wailuku Dis
trict, addressed the crowd.
Tho last speaker was S. E. Kaiuc
and ho asked his follow Hawaiian
for thoir support on election day.
Tho meeting was then closed
after the crowd was asked to voto
the straight Ropublican tickot.
Tho Young Mon's Ropublican Club
of Wailuku havo becomo a strono
factor in local politics and aro to bo
congratulated in the loyalty of its
Wednosdny evening they conducted
a most successful meeting in tho
court house and had for their speck
ers soino of tho best on Maui. Tho
meeting wat presided over by tho
President of tho club C. II. G. Braun
with Eddio Dunn as Secretary.
County Attorney. D. H.JCaso was
tho first speaker introduced. Hn
thanked the Young Mens Republican
Club for tho honor conforrod in allow
Ing him tho opportunity to speak and
in a fow words refuted tho charges
mado against him by J M. Vivas.
Tho next speaker was ox-Senator
S. E. Kaiuo who was for years tho
loader of tho Home Rulo party and
who was so just aud so far above his
colleagues thathe prevented his party
accomplish tho wrongs that thoy
sought to do tho whlto peoplo in the
first legislature under annoxatiou. He
said 111 part: "Fellow citizens Igreot
you. By invitation of tho chair I am
hero to night but I was under the
impression that I was to bo tho last
speaker for which reason I am not
prepared to oddressyou,
Considers Hearst a Demagogue-Utes on the
Warpath. Chaffeurs and Sympathisers
Take Part in Riot.
ROBBERS KILL OFFICERS.
Standard Oil Loses by Fire.
quakes do Great Damage. Storms Wreck' many
Ships and Destroy Jetties.
(SPECIAL TO Tim MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 90 deg. 388. Beets 8s. Hid.
SHERIDAN, Nov. 2. Hostile Utes have captured a supply wagon
intended for tho troops.
UTICA, Nov. 2. Secretary RooJ,
the President considered Hearst a
election of Hughes as Governor of
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 2.
obtained a laigo supply of explosives
NEW YORK, Nov. 2. 500 striking
took part in a riot here yesterday.
PARIS Nov. 2. Count Boni
ciliation will bo effected with his wife. ,
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 2.
Council of Fourteen has been exiled
HAVANA, Nov. 2. Continued unrest is reported throughout tho
sland though there are no instances of violence reported.
WORCESTER, Nov. 2. Congressman Rockwood Hoar, a son of
ex Senator Hoar is dead.
SPOKANE, Nov. 2. In a battle
four officers wcro killed.
BOYONNE, Nov. 1. A great
dard Oil docks.
QUEENSTOWN, Nov. 1. Tho British steamer Numca is burning
lero. Two lives wero lost. M .
SHANGHAI Nov. 1. The Chinese Warship Chin Ta is ashoro
icre at tho enteranco of tho river Woo Sung.
NAPLES, Nov. 1. Avalanches of Vesuvius havodonc great dam
age here. Thoy were caused by earthquakes.
TULON, Nov. 1. A great storm
wrecking of many ships and the destruction of jetties.
LONDON. October 30. Important changes in the Navy assignments,
to go Into effect early in 1907, arc nnuounced. Admiral Bosanquct will bo
commander-in-chief at Portsmouth; Admiral Bercsford will command tho
channel fleet; Admiral Curzon Howe will command the Atlautic fleet and
Admiral Bridgcman the new home fleet. .
SAN FRANCISCO. October 30.
complaints will begin today: Major
bo the third member of tho arbitration
ATr.ATsJTin fiTTY. Ontnher 30.
from tho estuary where the victims of
ed. It is believed there are no more.
MADRID, October 30. Senor Deminguez, the Premier of Spain, is ill.
SEATTLE. October 30. Three men on tho battleship Wisconsin aro
dead and two seriously 111 from drinking bay rum.
. . ,.. . .
existing system of courts martial.
ST. JOHNS. October 30. The
a fog on Capo Race.
"Tho young men of Wailuku havo
decided that thoy should belong to
tho Ropublican party and havo form
ed this club. I believe all but a few
of tho young mpn of Wailuku aro Re
publicans. Wo have but a fow days
yot in which to decide the limportaut
question and and show whether wo
aro truo Republicans or not.
"I am not hero to abuse tho can
didate who is opposing me and while
that may bo regarded as an ovldcnce
of weekness on my part. J will not
take that course. I will uot stoop to
that course When we face tho is
sue Is it propor for us to give aid to
these who oppose us? Tho old say
ing United wo stand Divided wo fall
applies to this campaign. We must
not feel that as wo havo a raagority
of our officers that wc cau rest there
but we must stand togothor. Perhaps
somo of jou will say that I am a now
man. That may bo true. But I may
bo tho ouo if elected that will
give you a majority and assist in tho
work that you wish carried out.
"Allow me to say to my Hawaiian
frionds. I haw thoroughly consider
Avalanches Caused by Earth
in a speech here last night said
demagogue and greatly desired tho
Revo lutionists disguised as soldiers
from the Government.
Chaffeurs and their sympathisers
Castellaine has hopes that a recon
Tho President of the Workmen's
hero between officers and robbers
fire is raging here among the Stan
is raging here resulting in tho
-The arbitration of tho car men's
Frank McLaughlin of Santa Cruz, win
board, vice Francis J. ncney. re
Divers have vecovcroed 53 bodies
the'drawbridgo accident were drown
. 1 f.. t. M.n
steamer Elixir from Cadiz is ashore hi
ed tho mattor of which party wo
should belong to.
"The whites havo 6ccn fit to nomi-k
nate mo for tho office for which I now
stand by which you will soo that they
have not drawn tho color line, iney
havo not drawn the color lino aud bo
suro that you aro as just as thoy aro.
"Away off in that olden time there
was a man who told his sorvant to
go out and look over tho sea. fHo
camo back and reported that -there
was nothing. Ho went out and looked
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trhinii wns vorv small but It grow
larger and larger until itBpread ovor
tbo wholo sea and tho land, Now so
It. is with the Republican party. It
will soon overspread tho wholo Terri
"Since tho Republicans havo hfld
controll prosperity has ovorspread
tho w hob country. Cast your lot with
that party for it is tho party from
whom you draw your bread. With
theso few remarks I thank you."
Hon. II. P. Baldwin was tho Ticxt
speaker. Ho was followed by W. P.
Crockett. Excellent music furnished,