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VOLUME XVII j
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1910
jtfa ReptMkais, Democrats, Hone Raters
amTIiidefeMtoits in Thick of Fight.
. Link McCandless opened up his
campaign for votes on Maui last
Saturday.' 'Democrats did a lot
' ofytalkjig at the. Saturday, evening
meeting on Market street InAVai
luku, ami the voters did pome tall
thinking nnd were rude enough to
to talk 1 mck and to "wish' tlie
speakers several times.
The McCandless' meeting at Wai
hee was fairly well attended, hut
t not enthusiatic. Wlu'ii Mr. T. B.
Lyiihs.the Democratic candidate for
supervisor, spoke the people got Up
and went out one thy one.
At the meeting on Market street,
Wailuku-. Judge A. N. Kepoikiii was
given an opportunity to address the
croml, arid, he announced himself
as an Independent candidate for
County Attorney. He stated that
he was a man of the people and not
a corporation man. t
Keawehaku, who was the next
" speaker, made a rehash of ancient
history 'about the ovrthrow of the
monarchy etc., having unwittingly
perhaps borrowed Tom Clark's
every day speech.
From a soap box in the middle of
(he road L. L. McCandless. sur
veyed the crowd and spoke, attack-
' ing immigration. He denounced
ha'i BUgar 'plantors for bringing in
Russians. & If immigration is. not
' stopped ' according to; McCandless
Ithe country won't be fit for the dear
-native Hawaiian people to live hi..
After McCandless had subsided
Hi M. Kaniho,,the Kohiila jCannon
Ball, changed the base of operations
over to tho balcony above the Aloha
- Saloon. He probably had an ink
ling of what Ins former tionfrcercs,
1 the Home Rulers, had in store for
him, hence his selection of a safe
pefch to speak from.
;The Home rulers, were out in force
anJ shouted' for Notley when Kani
ho" plead with' them to vote for Ell
wai. They kept busy talking back
tb'Kaniho, and when Kaniho .wax
ed rv eloquent to them over Democracy-they
reminded him that the
Home Rulers were ,thc ones who
-showered honoas on him and not tho
Democrats, and that Kaniho was
Kaniho told of an incident
wherein Eliwai had help an Hawai
ian widow over her troubles. The
- widow had a piece of land which she
inade over to McCandless, but he
was generous enough tp tix it s6
thhtshewas to. enjoy, tho income
from the land, aliout 8150 a year,
(Juringtho remainder of her life,
an'd McCandless was to get the land
after her death. He thought tins
showed . McCandless was a kind
Some times during the speech
miking the croftL,out talked tho
speakers but that was only, an m-
Ttio fusionists have inauo some
changes on their ticket this week,
Noa W. Aluli of Wailuku, formerly
deputy county attorney of Hawaii
lias been nominated by the Homo
. Rule County Committee as candi
date for representative.
-. . i ii i.x 1 1 .
ir. A1U11 souglli me iiuiiuimwuii
"from tho Republicans at first but,
since tho Republican choice went to
' canother, Aluli went over to the
Homo Rule and will henceforth vote
- for and support Chas. Notley.
R. J. K. Nawahine, tho Wnihco
Democrat, is reported to have sent
down his nomination papers this
'week and will run as an Indepen
dent candidate for tho House.
John Andcson, the Light House Keeper
Falls From Cliff anl is Swept Awrfy.
Wlnle looking down from the
edge of a cliff at the foot of which
lis wife and her sister were picking
opihis John Anderson, .the Makena
ight house keeper; fejl to his death
in the lioiling seas among the rocks;
below hitn. Apparently the heavy
seas which tlirow'hi'm against the
rocks must have stunned him so
that he was unable to. do anything
to save hinisclfi At this, writing
(Friday) the lihdy which must have
been carried to "Sea by the strong
current has not and may never be
found until the sea shall give up its
lead on that 'lust day.
John Anderson was sixty years
of age., He was a native of Nor
way, and his hotno.'was -in u little'
.seaport town close to the Arctic
circle. He led the roving life of a
sailor untiMie came here to work
on the Spreckelsville plantation
some time during tho year 1879.
Alter a while, in partnership with
another of his sailor comrades,
known as Charlie, he went into the
hog ranching business near Makena.
Later Mr. Ande'rson bought out his
partner, and when a light was es
tablished at the rocky point two
miles south of Makena) John An
derson was appointed its keeper.
This was sometime during the year
1883, .after the S. S. "Kinau" ran
aground there on a dar,k night. Mr.
nderson has held the appointment
under various changes of govern
ment from the tiiflea of King Kala-
.kaua until the light house system
finally passed under'Federal control.
Judge Chas. Copp of Makawao, is
running lis an Independent candi
date for supervisor from that dis
trict. At the Republican Convention
Copp lost out to W. F. Poguo in the
caucus when the latter was named
as the Kenuolican canuiuato lor
supervisor from Makawao. Now
Mr. Copp is carrying the contest to
Moke. Keohokalolo, the Demo
cratic nominee for County Auditor
is reported to hve withdrawn from
running on account of poor health,
John W. itecaru, their nominee
for County Treasurer, is reported to
be too much of a sick man to make
a campaign and may not run at all
Sheriff Saffery is being urged hi
people interested in the Independent
movement to run for County Sheriff;
"but has not yielded, to their prompt
ings at .this writing.
With all this excitement in poll
tical camps on Maui, tho candidate
of all candidates who started his
campaign with an out an out defi at
the G.. O. P. and tho Democrats Jias
disappeared lost in tho shuffle as
it were, or lost in tho smoke of iho
coming fight. When last seen Tear
ful Willie was carrying a grip sack
headed for Honolulu. His followors
say Coelho went down to file his
nomination papers.and will run asan
Independent candidate for senator
from Maui. As things stands today
Tearful Willie is a lost leader, and
his followers are fast lining up for
Pali and Kookoo, the only senator
ial aspirants in sight.
After studying over the' situation
hero McCandless is reported to have
declared that ho will give no money
for the Maui, campaign. Loca!
Democrats must cut Notley but en
tirely" lieforo any campaign funds
will bo entrusted to them, and Mau
fusionists aro said to be getting
ready to BaudbajfNotley and to cut
him out entirely.
Republic of Portugal.
LONDON, Oct. 5. Advices have been received here to the effect
that a revolution lias taken place in Portugal The rebels are in com
plete control. They have captured the palace, and the King is held a
prisoner. The rebellious warships of the navy are bombarding Lisbon.
The revolution came as a complete sur.rifce, and shows careful plan
ning. All Portugal js convulsed. v
LONDON, Oct. 6. The British
Republic of Portugal was proclaimed
MADRID, Oct. 6. It is reported here that King Emanuel and
the,Qiu.en Mother is on a war vessel bound for England. The govern
ment of Spain is alarmed at the ananifes'ations of sympathy toward
the successful revolutionists. An uprising is feared. British warships
are bejng rushed to Lisbon.
LISBON, Oct. G. This city is
volutionists. A temporary president
escaped last night, with the Queen Mother. It is thought here that
they are hiding in the Mafia mountains.. The city suffered greatly
from the bombardment. Admiral
sis. torgna, who cominatiueil the.
little of interes
FUNCIIAL, C)u. 7
The revolutionary element took
receipt of news from Lisbon,
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 5 General Otis has been arrested for libel
asjtinst Gallagher of the Trades Union Council. Detectives have fuund
the launch that carried the explo-ives supposed to have been used in
the Times building explosion, from the factory to San Francisco.
LOS ANGELES, Octi 6 W.
is on the track of the parties who
caused the great loss of life. The
Chinese Prince Threatened.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 7.
touring America, and is jhow returning home on the Chiyo Maru, was
insulted by a man who was flourishing a revolver, When arrested
the man said he aspired, to murden'oue of the men who had stopped
progress in China. "The" Princb
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct, ( Tho
the transport Sherman. He will
home -to the Philippines., He is 'a
on a tour around the world,.
PEKIN, Oct. 6. The Pacific
BEVERLY, Oct. 4. The resignation of Supreme Court Justice
Moody has beou acceptedum account
NEW YOBK, Oct. G. Tho Hearstites have nominated. Hopper
for Governor of New York, and Hearst for Lieut. Governor. '
ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. 6. Hoke
of this'State by the Democrats.
BOSTON, Oct. 7. The Democrats have nominated' Frederick
Mansfield for governor. Tho Convention va8'o?8ce,ne.of wild disorder.
Many fist fights taking place.
CALL AO. Oct. 5. The cruisers
sylvania, have left here for San Francisco.
ST. LOUIS," Oct 5. Gen. Wood
shoot. ' He would outgerman the
of the younger generation.
WASHINGTON, Oct.5. The
Avas created horo today.
. NEW' YORK, Oct. 5. Professor Halley Thurston lias. 'been re
moved from Uolumhia University
suit against him.
NEW YORK, Oct. 7. Roosevelt has gone on a tour of the South
Honolulu News Items.
HONOLULU, OcU6. A son
Hilo, died here today after a short
A Chinese youth was instantly
with a gun.
HONOLULU, Oct. 5. Bently, the pineapple man is here. Ho
wants to gain control of and consolidate all the pineapple industries
of the Islands.
Rudolph Spreckels is here to
Bishop Street through to Queen.
HONOLULU, Oct. 7. Judge
tificato of the High Sheriff as to
This jnay effect many divorcees in
On Habeas Corpus proceedings
born children of Chinese paronts
This decision has sustained the
McCandless is not talking much
He has asked Ryan to be 1) is spokesman.
Immigration Agent Cumpboll has received no encouragement in
Madeira and the Azores, and has gone to Spain for emigrants.
ininiflter to Lisbon cables that, the
yesterday after a severe fighting.
completely in the hands of the re
has been mimed. King Emanuel
Reis personally led the revolution-
garrison, lias committed suicide.
is so censored that there is
The Republic of MadeUa has been declared.
over the reins of government on
J. Rurns, tha detective, believes" he
blew up . the Times building, and
sixteenth body was taken from the
Prince Tsai Hsun, who has been
was'saved -by a secret .service man
Sultan of Sulu is, a.paBsenger on
pass through Honolulu on hU way
vassal cf the United States, ;nnd is
Coast business men were well received
of poor health.
Smith hus been elected
rajgfy ' ' j
California, ColoraTlo. and Penn
favors teaching all boys how to
Germans in the military preparation
Military Department of Hawaii
on account of a breach of promise
of William Watson, "formerly of
illness with typhoid. .
killed here todny while playing
make arrangements for extending
Robinson has decided that the cer
service of divorce1 papers is void
it has been decided that Hawaiian
residing here, could not be landed.
stand taken by immigration agent
since he came back from his trip.
Boy Scouts c!
Enthusiastic Audience Greeted Col. Bui-'
lard at Alexander House Saturday.
When Col. Billiard gave his talk
Saturday on the Boy Scout move
ment, he caused a wave of enthusi
asm to spread throughout the town
of Wailuku", and '"that in turn is
spreading throughout the County,
until now, a wock lichee, comnjt
teca are being organized in Wailuku,
Ktthului, Makawao, Lahaina and
liana, and it will c only a short
time until Maui will have a regi
ment of Boy Scouts to join with the
other Islands in' forming the Divi
sion of. Hawaii, in the Boy Scouts
of America. The talk by Col. Bill
iard vas a plain straight-forward
appeal for the boys, and when he
finished it was soon apparent that
his appeal had taken root in fertile
soil. Mr. H. P. Baldwin, took the
floor and asked those present to
join with him in furthering the Boy
Scout movement in Maui, and to
make better men of tho generation
of boys now growing up.
A committee was formed of the
following gentlemen, who wll pro
ceed to "organize the boys in HVai
luku: S. Keliinoi, Chairman;
Chas. C.'-Clark, Secretary; H. P.
Baldwin, Treasurer; Revw R. B.
Dodge, Rev. H. P. Judd, T. B.
Lyons, Lieut. Kaluakini, Capt.
Bal, H. B. Penhallow, Capt. White
head and Hugh Howell.
Col. Bullard was surprised and
pleased with the rapid and business
like way in which the matter was
handled ,x hut then tlmt is the way
Maui does everything.
Tho committee met again : last"
Tuesday, and sub-committees were
formed, and the"" boys are now being
enrolled, and in a short time,
parents will see their boys with new
ideas, and new sentiments regarding
one another and life in .general.
Celebration at Kuau.
Tho celebration of Our Lady of
tho.Rosary at Kuau Catholic church
was a decided success, nantically
Despite tlfe threatening clouds
and occasional showers about 500
people gathered at the church,
finding shelter wherever possible.
After the church service the band
struck up Homo lively music which
rejuvenated in a, marked degree the
dampened ardor of the many
Tho bazaar was well patronized
much interest being given to tho
drawing of prizes which were at
times quite laughable; some of the
boys drawing articles of wearing
apparel for which they can find no
immediate use. "
When midway between, tho
chdrch and train a generous shower
baptized the returning party, and
all rode home in semi-soaked gar
Much credit is duo Father Rod
ngues lor tho progress mauo m
beautifying the grounds; although
he has been located hero but
short time yet many trees and
flowers have been planted, and with
continued good care it will p'rove a
beauty spot well worth going m'les
A good battling beach near by
awaits development and it is alto
gethcr an ideal placo for rest and
The Burial Association gave -an enter-
tnlnnient ami dance nt Laliaina Hall last
A Success -
Local Patients Treated With the Gilkian'
Discovery Show Great Improvement.!!
Observation of the cases treated
in San Francisco hospitals with the
Gilman cancer serum indicate, ac
cording to the physicians in atten
dance, that the Identical clinical re- .
suits reported by Gilman will re- '
ward the efforts of the members of
the local medical fraternity. In
spite of the fact that the theory is
being submitted to a most rigorous
investiualion and that the most, nb-
stiiiatecases have been treated al-'
most exclusively, tho patients have
shown signs of general improvement.
Owing to tho fact that a complete '
and extended hospital history of the
cases must be compiled before an in
dorsement can be given, the physi
cians decline to make an' annonnce
ment which will directly accept, tho .,
army' surgeon's theory. However, H
both Dr. John Gallwayand Dr. W. -
B. Coffey, who worked with Gilman
while he was iu this city, declare
that inost promising conditions have
been Observed and in iKmirnber of
cases the anxiously looked for "re
action" lias become evident. Not
only has a healing process set in at.
the attacked tissue regions, but the f.
general health of the patient has im-
Doctor Coffey has under observa- ''
tion 25 test cases, in which aro in
cluded almost all forms offcancer,
operative and inoperative, . Some of
these cases are at the Southern
Pacific hospital, while other's are ati
private institutions. A quantity of v!
the, scrum has been placed in cokK..
storage by Coffey and he is to make, '
an extended scientific report as soon
as is possible.'
The Maui County Band.
Exactly one year from date of
their first public .encatrement the
Maui County Band received their
splendid new uniforms, and when
next seen upon the street will pre
sent an appearanco which will do
credit to Wailuku.
Tho uniforms are Of the regula
tion stylo adopted by the American
Federation of Musicians a dark
blue' woolen cloth trimmed with v
black braid and with just enough
gold ornaments to make a-servica-
ble, business uniform without too '
much "ginger-bread" work.
Under the able and efficient
leadership of Mr. Geo. B. Schrader
the boys have made good progress, .
and considering the scarcity of
strenuous recruits musically inclined
the band lias done remarkablv well.
Today thefband. is on a sound finan
cial footing (no joke intended)
besides purchasing uniforms, new
music and instruments it has a
modest reserve fund, and with the
co-operation and patronage of tho v
people of Maui will bo better:!
enabled to do satisfactory work .in j ' '
ine muni;. - -, i .
V..W (., &V..VI UllllUll.l.jn
several new instruments anil new?!' V : '
music, was received whinh will nilfl'.'i" ': wl' .
greatly to the voice of the band and h "
Tho boys do not expect to rival
Souza but they are doing their best
for Wailuku and for Maui, and
their enterprise and public spirit is
to be commended by all. .
To sit back and criticise is easy J
to condemn a town becauso it is
not as lively as it might be is not
tho proper way to make it what it
should bo. ." -
The band is doing its part the,.' '
boys receive no personal monetary
compensation, all moneys received
being turned into a general fund for "
supplies, ana every cent is strictly
( They areloing their part toward
making Wailuku a better place in
which to live. '