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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1912.
THE MAUI NEWS
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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1912
WELL, it is all over now and the only thing to be said is that,
on the day, the stronger side won. It was a Democratic
year and the result was inevitable. The mainland returns
show how strong the Democrats are this yeai, and the Oahu results
couhl only be expected. Kuhio, however, goes back as Delegate to
Congress and, under the circumstances, it is almost a pity. What
chance has a Republican Delegate of getting anything from a Demo
Maui once more proved to be a Republican stronghold, and the clean
sweep here insist worry the Democrats of Oahu. This island knows a
good thing when it sees it. Maui sticks to good men and re-elects
them as often as possible.
MCCARTHY IS ALRIGHT.
CHARLIE J. MCCARTHY will make as good a Treasurer as the
County of Oahu has ever had in the past. The Colonel is a
straight, clean, smart man, and all those people who know him
well, are aware of the thousands of good acts he has done on the quiet.
Good luck Charlie although you are a Democrat!
The road to Haleakala should be built. It will be an expensive job
but the return Maui will get though the tourist trade, will make that
all right in a few years. The article by Mrs. Katherine Yates, which
is printed in today's issue of the Maui News, is well worth reading
and pondering over.
It will be hard to find a man in the Democratic ranks who stands a
chance of filling the shoes of Governor Frear. There is a lack of
available material, and it puzzles one to figure out the possibilities.
In W. H. Hoogs, Maui has a booster from away back. The Hono
lulu man advocates the building of the road to the summit of Hale-akala.
Now that the elections are over, and Superintendent Bishop is in the
Department of Public Works office, will the Kihei boat landing be
The return, unopposed, of County Treasurer Baldwin and County
Clerk Kaae, was a tribute of esteem offered by the whole of Maui.
"To the victors the spoils." We wonder how many Federal officials
will lose their job, to be replaced by Democrats (?)
Poor John Vivas never knew what killed him. It was a dramatic
incident, his taking off on the night of election.
The election of Sheriff Jarrett is pleasing to all persons who think
good, straight men should remain in office.
"Let Brotherly Love Continue." Coelho and Kalama must think
that way-or, at least, their supporters do. '
Bonine's moving pictures of Haleakala should prove to be a fine ad
vertisement for Maui.
Cathcart must have got the shock of his life at the late election.
MAUI GOES REPUBLICAN
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helped out in the News office. In
fact, without them it would have
been an impossible strain on one
man. The Wailuku public are in
debted to the- gentlemen who
kindly worked bo hard last Tuesday
As soon as tho final figures come
in from the county districts, the
news of the Republican clean sweep
was wirelessed to Honolulu. The
full vote for the different offices
Delegate to Congress.
Clark, B. C. Sol. 28
Kahuiianaole, J. K. R. 1408
McCandless, L. L. D. 528
Notley, C. K. II. R. 66
Baldwin, II. A. R. 1231
Clark, Thomas D, 851
Kahtilelio, D. K. ' D. 735
IVnlmllmv, II. B. R- HW
Cook. , Geo P. R. .1132
Goodness. I J. - R. 7 12;5
Halemano, J- K. D. (".''
Kekoowai, S. K. D. 716
Kuula, Sam D.. 821
Makekau, Chas. K. R. f ll28
Ross, Mi C. D. 812
Tavares, A. F. R. (-1125
Waiaholo, Edward - R. 1138
Wilcox, John . R. (y, 1197
Chairman Board of Supervisors
Coelho, W. J, D. 719
Kalama, S. E. R. 850
Bright, John M. D. , 756
Devauchelle, E. K. D. 787
Drummond, R. A. R. 1325
Henning, Wm, R. 1187
Kaloa, Nelson D. 736
Lake, Chas, R. ; 1183
Meyer, Theodore T. R. 1050
Crowell, Clement R. 1098
Mossman, II. C. D. 819
Kaae, Wm. F. R. 1352
Iv-.hf.lu.inV, Morn K. P. '719
W'm-ox, Cluw. R. 1105
Case, D. II. R. 1071
Vivas, J. M. 1). 805
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Tho efficiency of the German clerk
in the counting rooms of tho world
is proverbial. The German business
man is credited by competent critics
with extraordinary technical know
ledge. Surely this is not because
he is any more intelligent or indust
rious than the English or American
Whatever advantages our German
cousins have in this respect conic,
I believe, from their careful, system
atic Bchool-training. The German
connects his schoolwork with prac
tical life because ho believes in
education as no one else under the
sun does. Ho discriminates, how
ever, between theory and practice,
and recognizes as clearly as any one
what can and what cannot bo done
in tho schoolroom. Tho American
makes a fetish on education so far
as the talk about the little red schoo
louse is concerned, but is apt to be
incredulous when you propose to
prepare people for commerce or in
dustry in the school.
Germany has been our teacher for
many years so far as university
work is concerned. She is prepared
to be our teacher in tho manage
mcnt of commercial and industrial
schools. We cannot blindly imitate
her. Differences in conditions, in
aims and ideals forbid. Neverthe-
ess a careful study of her commer
cial and industrial schools will fur
nish convincing proof that America
ms not yet realized tho full measure
of what an efficient system of schools
can do for a people. Salurday
WHEN IT IS TIME TO
DO NOT FORGET THAT WE CARRY
ALL WE KNOW.
Wireless returns from Honolulu
have been meager. We publish,
herewith, what we know regarding
the Oahu Election Returns: Mayor,
J. J. Fern, 2,605; Sam Parker, 2,
033; C. Hustace, 675. Sheriff, W.
P. Jarrett, 4162; Robert Parker,
2,167. County Attorney, J. W,
Cathcart, 3,289; J. B. Lightfoot,
3,225. C. J. McCarthy, Treasurer.
Kuhio beat McCandless. Wilson is
The Honolulu bunch got Maui
full returns by wireless on Tuesday
night. We, on Maui, are still wait
ing for figures. There was an agree
ment that we wirelessed our rosults
and got Hawaii and Kauai results
in return. However, let it go at
that. The Democrats simply knock
ed our bunch out.
Because the American demand
readily absorbed a steadily increas
ing output, the Packard Company
never has pursued an aggressive
policy looking toward distribution
in Europe. Several years ago, a
service depot was established in
Paris but this was for the express
purpose of providing technical at
tention for Packard owners from
America and assisting them in dis
posing of the red tapo which attach
es to touring on the continent.
Out of this practice grew a de
mand for Packard cars in France
with the result that a sales depart
ment was added to tho Paris Ser
Now the movement has extended
to Germany and within tho last few
days a contract for the sale of Pack
ard cars and trucks has been closed
with Carl Dreyman, who has his
headquarters in Dusseldorf. He
has arranged to open a number of
"I was greatly surprised to find
the Packard "38" for 1913 so much
in advance of the latest German
models," Baid Mr. Dreyman. "Its
electric self starter and other im
provements, backed by the touring
stamina which European cars do
not jmpski-s. ;isuie it a ready market
iu the tieriiian empire.''
Don't forget the Pala
Store Holiday Opening on
Nw. IK. ... . .
COME IN AND LOOK AT OUR STOCK
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Company, Ltd.
CHICAGO, Nov. 6. Wilson has excellent chance of carrying
NEW YORK, Nov. 6. Wilson took 36 out of 47 States. Elector
al vote of 393, largest ever given for a President of the United'States
Roosevelt carried Oyster Bay by 292 votes. Arizona and New Mexico
went Democratic. The South went for WilBon. Colorado, Wilson by
22,000; Oregon, Wilson by 5,000; Indiana, Wilson by 10,000; New
York, Wilson by 150,000: House of Representatives went Democratic.
Democrats 293, Republicans 127, Progressives 14, Socialists 10. Utah
only State Taft carried. Texas went Wilson by 225,000; Florida by
20,000: Colorado by 35.000. Wilson swept the country. Some small
returns still to come in.
NEW YORK, Nov. 7. Sultzer has heen elected Governor of New
OYSTER BAY, Nov. 7. Roosevelt says he has nothing at present
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. Eighteen States have Returned two
Democratic Senators each. Seven States have returned one Demo
cratic Senator each.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 7. With two-thirds of precincts count.
cd, Wilson leads by 10,000 votes. So far looks as if Electoral College
will consist of 387 for Wilson, 99 for Roosevelt and 12 for Taft.
HONOLULU, Nov. 5. Republicans and Democrats both san
guine. uellel oi the masses mat mere will be a uemocratio landslide
Jim Quinn's wife attempted suicide laet night.
The Bishop Estate will probably build a huge structure opposite
the Young Hotel.
HONOLULU, Nov. 6. Democrats got six supervisors, three sena
tors and four representatives. McCarthy is Treasurer, Cathcart Coun
ty Attorney by twenty votes. McCandless carried Oahu by 700.
Hawaii, Kuhio 1789, McCandless 899.
Maui went solid for Kuhio and the Prince defeated McCandless
!y i majority of 1,000. H. A. Baldwin and II. Ji. Penhallow were
eli-cti-d as Senators. All the old board of Supervisors got back. The
Sheriff, County Attorney and Auditor remain the same. Kalama
was elected as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, The following
Representatives were elected: Cooke, 'Li oodi. ess, Makekau, Tavares,
Waiaholo and Wilcox. ' . ... .. 1
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