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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1 9 10
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
J. Kalanianaole (Prince Cupid.)
SENATCR. " ;
; Philip Pali. ;
Cooke,, Geo. P.
Kawaakoa, J. W. ... s ..... '
1 Tavarcs, A. F.
For Lahaina, Wm. Henning. ;
For Wailuku, Chas! Lake.
For Hana, W. P. Haia.
For Makawao, W. F. Pogue.
For Molokai, Theo. T. Meyer,
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY."
Dan H. Case.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
; Chas. Wilcox.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
' L M. Baldwin.
FOR COUNTY CLERK. vl
Win. F. Kaae. '.,
Keia me' Keia mea
i Pili Kalaiaina.
He fnlota polio, he balota make ka
balota lilo i na moho holo kuokoa.
Aole pomaikai a toaa 1 ka lehulehu mai na
nioho holo kuokoa mat. nokatnea aole
kahuahana a ia poe moho. - Aole o lakou
mau hoa paahana e alu like ai no ka hoo
holo ana i kekahi kunnihana i make
niakeia. Noluila, mat l)UHwi l ka balota
no ka moho holo kuokoa. .
No ke Deuiokalaka me ka Repubalika,
be kahuahana mapopo me na kumuhana
i helu-pnpaia ko keia mau Aoao Kalai
aina. : He maualakai- a he papahatia
maopopo ka ia mau Aoao Kalaiaina. A
oiai eia ka mana Aupuni iloko o ka lima
o na Repubalika, nolaila, na ka Repuba
lika ka hoonee mua ana i na hana pili
Aupuni apau. Ka ke Deuiokalaka hoi
ke kue aku ia papahana ma na ano apau.
O ka balota lilo i ke Demokalaka he
balota. kue ia, a o ka balota lilo i ka
Repubalika he balota ia no ka hoonee
mua i ua hana o ke Aupunt,
Owaike loaa ka pomaikai' ke puka na
moho kuokoa? Ou mau moho ala no, aole
o ka lehulehu. Loaa kona uku mahina
mai ka waihona aku o ka lehulehu, na
keke ka eke pakeke, pnhi kika ua
kanaka, nokamea, aole e maliu aku ana
na luna aupuni Repubalika atne Demo
kalaka i kana alakai. He lele like na
manu' hulu like, aole e hahai ka raoa' i
kekahi kaka. No na moho luna kalana
ame Senatoa e holo kuokoa nei, ina puka
kekahi o lakou, e like ana oia me na
kamali! balaki kainaa o- Wailuku. t
' Ina tnakemake ka Repubalika e hea
aku iaia e bele mai e balaki i ke katnaa,
a inaqohoi e makemake ke Deuiokalaka
boounauna aku iaia e balaki mai i ke
kaniaa, a ina aole pau aela no. " '
GOOD MEN make (!OOD LAWS
Vote for Republicans for the House
and Senate. c
For -Good roads and plenty of
work, vote for Republican fcupor
The petition signed by some of
the citizens of the County of Maui
to have V". J. Coelho run as Sena
tor for the County of Maui, con
tnins it strange mixture' of names;
1 so say those who paw i ' libfore
the day !of tlie Republican Conven
tion held on the 28th day of Octo
ber last, the day Coelho hoped to
be nominated by the Republican
Party as Senator. There were a
few Republican names on the peti
tion; a large numler of Democratic
and Home Rule names.
The query is; If Coelho had
Wn 'nominated at the above men
tioned Convention, to which of the
above parties would he belong?
Perhaps lie wouldhave affiliated
with aU.three parties. r r
W.:Jii Coi!lho is . running lude
pendent,' , that is, ho ia pledged to
no party nor he is pledged to sup
port any platform.
. The ''Republican Party is pledged
to support a very , excellent pljit-I
fonii in every particular. A plat
I fornl fur which ail measure! are for
tin- lutiefit of ali the i pl t niid the
:vunir.v: v , tu
I All Kcpiiiiliciin C'i t ii 1 1 !;i t fur jjji
itlir lli.iusi iiinl the iioiiiince for tiicd
Senate niv ! I to suppoi t t his , B
j l-b.tfot in. i 2
; UKAD THE PLATFORM
Vniii fur ; In: emuliil; tc who1 lire
pledged. to KUpiMirt ' and carry
through this platform, and do., nut
vote for Coelho who is not pledged
to work. with any party in. the
If he should le elected he will
not lie alile to accomplish anything
in the legislature because he will
lot belong to any party with whom
he can work. ' " :
' To accomplish-'anything and car
ry through ary Bill in the legisla
ture a Representative or Senator
must belong to a party in the ma
Kuhio has obtained, since he has
lieen in Congress fifteen and a half
million dollars for the benefit of
the Territory of flawaii.
The administration in Washing
ton is Republican and the adminis
tration in Hawaii is also Republi
can. Elect Kuhio and a Republi
can Legislature and he will continue
to obtain several millions for the
lienefit of Hawaii. ' ""
1 ' i -
A vote for Kuhio means more
Federal money to Ik; spent in
Hawaii. ' ' ' '
One of the most important items
le obtained for Hawaii is an appro
priation of $150,000 for the Bacteri
ological Experimental Station on
'Molokai, and obtained an ann'ual
appropriation of $35,000 for the
expenses of this Experimental Sta
tion and for studying the leprosy
disease in order to discover a cure
for the 6ame.
Link . McCandless states that, in
his . platform and in his speeches
round the Islands that he is against
If he. should be able to carry out
his policy in this respect and shut
out . European immigration the
inevitable result would be that the
plantations would have to import
laborers from the Philippines and
Porto Rico which are American
colonies, and laborers from these
two countries cannot therefore be
shut out from coming to the Ha
These people are not desirable
people to become citizens for Ha
waii, but the Plantations would be
forced to iinporl them if they could
not get laborers from European
countries, that is, Portuguese. The
Portuguese are industrious and
make' good citizens' and are the best
immigrants 'we can import,, but
Link McCandless wants them shut
More Evidence of Prosperety.
The Maui Dry Goods & Grocery
Co., Ltd., in their policy of ex pan
sion have purchased the business
of A. Fernandez, Jr., of Paia,. and
will shortly run that end as an ad
junct to their main store in Wai
lukil. Frank Medeiros w ill be placed
in charge of the Paia division, and
the Maui Dry Goods Co. figure on do
ing a nice little business at that end
With this additional investment,
the Maui Dry Good Co. now operate
six departments and branches. The
Capital stock of the Company .will
in all likelihood le increased, and
their friends in Paia, Makawao and
contiguous districts allowed tho op
portunity of acquiring some of : the
stock. ' The disposal of this stock in
that district will probably be an
easy matter, lis the stink has been a
steady dividend payer for the past
five or .six years shice its iticoriMira
tion. : The business acquired in Paia
is simply the store business oL Mr
Fernandez, including buildings
horses,1 wagons and ether items ne
ccssary to the proper conduct of
general store business,, . . '
You can buy better furniture at lower prices at our store than can be bought else
where on these Islands.
We have just received from New York direct via American-Hawaiian Company a
complete line of the newest designs, and best made furniture that can be secured on the
Coast. Our prices are lower than other stores for the reason tjiat we take advantage of
all discounts'for cash, and give cur, customers the benefit. '
Our high grade furniture comprises of -
Quarter Sawed Oak
in all in the latest and newest Designs. We also have a fine line of excellent furniture
of a cheaper grade. ; ' -
: i :) ; v .
' Our Weathered Oak Dining Room Sets are of superior workmanship and finish,
and, would prove an added attraction in any home.
, We are selling the Celebrated American Refrigerators at the unheard of Price
of $7.00 Up. According to size.
Don t think about it, but come right in today and see the Finest Rugs ever brought
into these Islands. Made especially for this climate.
We are afraid to tell you the Price because you might think they are Cheap Goods
but the only thing about them that is Cheap is the Price. All sizes, all colors, all designs.
' j Bring in your old Chairs and have them re-upholstered instead of throwing them in
;the rubbish pile. We will surprise you with the price and quality of our work.
Our new Diamond Spring is a marvel of comfort. Solid iron frame with diamond wire
1 Full size $6.50
: Threequarter size 5.50
Our new Line of Oriental Couch Covers and Portieres is the finest that has ever
been shown on these Islands. These Couch Covers were selected especially for the trade
here by our, buyer. The Portieres are a new design made especially for this climate and
are distinctly new.
' We have also succeeded in getting a fine line of Novelties in the way of Pictures,
Smoking Sets, Sewing Tables, etc. These are all unique and classy.