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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1614
E BF RICE MEETINGS
D OF 0A1
The following, giving tlie ac
count of some oi t li o meetings
held in the outside precincts of
Onhu at which Chas. A. Rice and
his'J father appeared, is from the
pen of a special correspondent:
BSSaturdnv morning the Rices re
turned from Hawaii and the cam
paign was taken up with much en
ergy. Last week we had planned
several meetings for the 5th Dis
trict, particularly i n those pre
cincts where Hawaiiaus predomi
nate. When word was sent out the
leaders in these various precincts
sent a delegate into headquarters to
find out if the Rices were to be at
the meetings. As both of these
gentlemen were on Hawaii we had
to tell them that it was impossible
for them to hold these meetings
until after tiie Rices had returned
fiom Hawaii and that we had bet
ter postpone this. Thev said they
wanted to meet Rice and hear him
speak, and to meet and grasp the
hand ot their old triend V. H.
Rice and to also hear him speak.
They told us they were pledged to
no candidate notwithstanding the
rumor that was being circulated to
the effect that they were pledged
Saturday morning a party of six
teen started around this island.
'Meetings being scheduled for
Kailua, Kaneohc, Ilaaulu, Laie
and Waialua. The meeting at Ka
ilua was a small one. The heavy
As the party was leaving the
women said they intended to fol
low their respective husbands to
the polls to see to it thr.t they vot
ed for Rice. At Kaneohc a gather
ing of about 100 w a s waiting.
With the exception of three or
four the people seemed for Rice,
although it was thought the vote
would be split between Rice and
There was about 100 at the
meeting at Haaulu and this one
was also very satisfactory. Rice
made a fine impression and took
well with those present and I be
lieve will get a majority of the
vote. Rice, Sr., was particularly
well received although he spoke
for less than a minute, the laugh
ter he started lasted for ten min
utes or more while the Hawaiiaus
were congratulating him,
At Laic a luau was tendered the
party and about 350 attended the
meeting. The colony tendered their
new social hall and it was filled to
the doors, the overflow being not
less than 100. The Hawaiiaus at
this place are a fine lot of e; r.iett
men and if Rice does not get 90co
of all voters cast in that precinct
there will be a great surprise
sprung on the Rice supporiers.
At Waialua, where the next
meeting was held, there were over
600 present. This was a record at
tendance for political meetings in
that precinct. Judge Malmulu and
rain of the night before had led the ; other Kuhio workers had run then
people to think the bad road would legs off in an endeavor to prevent
not be tackled. The meeting made the Hawaiiaus from attending this
up in enthusiasm what it lacked in ( meeting, but without results as
numbers. shown bv the large attendance
Continued from page 1
na, Mr. Rice and attorney A. G.
Kaulukou. The latter also officiat
ing as interpreter.
OFF TO HANALHI
After having a rest on Sunday,
Senator Rice and party left early
Monday morning for the Hanalei
side. Knthusiastic meetings were
held in Hanalei, at Wainiha and
at Kapaa, the return being made
in time for the grand rally in Li
luie in the evening.
The Kapaa meeting was held in
Chinatown at 7:30, and was presid
ed over by J. M. Kaneakua, who
introduced the speakers.
" Throughout his campaign on
Kauai Mr. Rice has refrained from
personalities. He has usually be
gun his speeches by saying, "l am
here to tell you why I am a candi
date." Then followed a statement
of the accusation by Kuhio that
Rice had prematurely gone into
the campaign. In answer to that
Mr. Rice has produced and read
letters passing between himself and
Kuhio, clearly showing that Rice!
came out as a candidate on agreed
schedule and that no advantage of
Kuhio whatever was taken in the
Mr. Rice has then plunged into
the facts of Kuhio's frequent and
prolonged absences from Washing
ton, and his neglect of important
duties at critical times. This he as
cribed as due largelv to the condi
tioii of the Prince's health, it be
ine such as to not admit of his
staying in Washington.
Mr. Rice has then continued to
promise his hearers that if elected
to Congress he would be "on the
iob" all the time and see that
Hawaii was represented in Con
gress every minute of the time.
As To Foreign Ships
Malcolm A. Franklin, collector
of the port of Honolulu, has re
ceived the following from Wash
ington, which brings the echo of
war close to home:
"Collector of Customs. Honolu
"Have the representative of each
foreign vessel in your port certify
to this department whether it is
merchant vessel intented solely for
the carrying of passengers a n d
freight, excluding munitions o
war, or whether it is a part of the
armed forces of its nation. This
information is for the purpose o
maintaining the neutrality of the
United States under the recent pro
clamation of the president. Clear
ance will be refused in the absence
of this certificate. Wire depart
ment particulars if such case arises
E, F. Swhf.t.
What's the Coolest Thing
this Side of Winter?
Dressy serviceable Clean-filting.
Palm Beach is the sane wear for these
The "KEEP-KOOL" Palm Beach is
You can wash it at home without fear
of its shrinking Simply use warm water
and any good soap.
Every seam is interlocked that's why
"KEEP KOOL" will outwear any other
Palm Beach made.
A varied selection in pkin and fancy
Drop in to-day for your share of Siw.mer Comfort.
J. I Silva, Prop.
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GOODS. BOOTS & SHOES, MEN'S FURNISHINGS,
CIGARS & TOBACCOS and NOTIONS of every description.
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Honolulu School for Boys
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Next Term Commences September 14th.
For Catalogue apply
L. G. BIACKMAN, Principal
P. O. Box 502 HONOLULU
BANK OF HAWAII, LIMITED
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
auai's Vote In 1912.
Following is the vote of Kauai, by precincts and nationalities,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT
Louuh. discounts and over
Hank premises, Honolulu.. 171,885,08
Bank premises, I.ihuc
Customers' liabilities un
der letters of credit 80,827.87
Other assets H,184.:5S
Cash and due from banks.. I,:t7:i,071.40
(In this column, continuing until
election day, will appear the cards
or announcements of candidates
for Congress and the Hawaiian
Legislature. Voters are urged to
read them over catefully each
week, and act accordingly.).
FOR TIIE SENATE
Julv 28. 1914.
To The Voters Of Kauai:
I hereby formally announce my
self a candidate for nomination by
the voters of Kauai at the primary
election to be held September 12,
1914, as a Republican, for the Sen.
ate of the Territory of Hawaii.
I feel that I can rely upon mv
past record in the Senate as a legi
timate and reasonable basis of ap
peal to the voters of Kauai for their
support in the primary and at the
polls in November
Very truly yours,
E. A. Knudskn.
HON. J. H. CONEY.
FOR TIIE LEGISLATURE
To the Voters of Kauai:
I hereby give formal notice that
I will be a candidate in the pri
mary election on September 12 for
nomination as a Republican to suc
ceed myself Tn the House of Re
presentatives of the Teiritory of
I have been urged to seek elec
tion' at your hands to the Senate
this time, but after due considera
tion have concluded that I can best
serve you and the island of Kauai
in the House.
Soliciting your individual and
united support, in the campaign,
and at the polls, I am,
J. II . Conky,
Representative Sixth District.
July 17. 1914.
FOR THE HOUSE OF
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUNE 30,
up $ 000,000.00
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SU.M.MAHY ALI. ISLAND
M7 1 103
Surplus and undivided
i'ension fund 41,141). 47
Letters of credit outstand
Dividends uncalled for 1,020.00
To the Voters of -Kauai:
l Hereby announce nivselt a
candidate, as a Republican, for
nomination by tlie primary t o
be held September 12. 1914. for
the House of Representatives.
Xi nominated and elected, I
promise the people of this island a
vigorous and intelligent adminis
tration of their affairs,
I solicit your support and votes
in the primary and at the regular
election in November.
Jambs K. Kula
Koloa, Kauai. Julv 20, 1914.
r 1 .
in rim Circuit Court. IVtii f.
uircuit, tukritory of
At Chambers In Probate, No.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Alt Con Che', deceased.
Order of notice of Petition for
allowance of accounts, determina
tion of trust and distribution of
On reading and filing the Peti
tion and accounts of S, K. Kaeo
administrator, wherein petitioner
asks to be allowed $1188,39 and
charged with $1175.30, and asks
that the same he examined and
approved, and that a final order
be made of Distribution of the re
maining property to the- persons
thereto entitled and discharging
petitioner and sureties from a.l4
furthcr responsibility herein:
It is ordered, that Saturday, the
5th day of September, A. D. 1914,
at 9:30 o'clock A. M, before the
Judges of said Court presiding at
Chambers at his Court Room in
Lihue be and the same herebv ,js
appointed the time and place" Td
hearing said Petition and A o
umo, unu iimt an persons
tercsled may then and there at
and show cause, if any lliev
why the same sliouM not be grunt
ed, and may present evidence a to
wno are entitled to the said
Dated the 21st day of July, 19H
(Sgd) Lylk A. Dickhy,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd) D. Wm. Dkan.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Inly 28th. August 4lh, lltllrsth-
YOU will always remember your trip
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If you travel via
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Through the Jkn
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FRED L. AVALDHON, LTD., Agents
The only two ideas behind the
munufacturu and sale of KEUAL
SHOES are: to kivo the maxi
mum of style and comfort for tin
most reasonable price.
soul m tins Territory by
(Parcel Post Charges Prepaid)
Territory of Hawaii )
City and County of Honolulu) ss.
1, 1'. JJ. 1M.UU.N, Cashier. IWinir first dn v sworn, iln sn emnlv suenr tlmt (In.
above is true to the best of my knowledge, and lnilief.
Examined and found correct
F. MS HOP.
1 2 II 1
Hawaiian 028 1102 1715 1170
Part-Hawaiian... 170 ISO J'.:i2 407
Amoriaiu 22U 83 1IKS 1202
BriUtfli 80 24 51 200
Ui-nuau 28 14 2(i 0(1
Purttigiiua- 121 88 2SH 181
Cliinoas Ill 22 2(1 lie
Japanese 21 7 4 IS
Qthors 4U 5 20 yji
Total. . 11)18 Wi 2021) 7020
SuWri!cd and sworn to lieforu me this 1st day of July, 1014.
(Notarial Seal) "
J. D. MAHO.UES,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit,
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Ofii"c: Hawaiian Hothl
P. O. Box 524
Fly Wheel Breaks
The flv-wheel on the engine run
ning the mud press at Koloa Mill
literally exploded last Thursday,
putting the machinery out of com
mission but most fortunately injur
ing no one The accident was an
unusual one and hard to accouiu
for. I he Hy-wheel was a part or
me new macmnery recently ms
Stevenson To Herald
v. u. oievenson, a veteran in
i ins uocra acre ot tlie newspaper
world, has been appointed editor
of tne Hawaii Herald. "Steve,"
as he is familiarly known, has serv-
1 lt f ! T
eu on an oi me xiotioituu papers
at one time or another and was for
several years editor of the Maui
News, He is a conscientious and
enterprising newspaper man.
Two seater and double rum
ble Overland automobile in Rood
condition. Will sell for cash very
M. J. Fassoth, Makaweli.
Refined Sugar Up
A wireless was received on Sat
urday stating tha Honolulu refin
ed sugar advanced from S4.60 to
$5.65 per. bag of 100 pounds, or
more than one cent abound.
Yesterday afternoon anothc-wire-less
arrived reporting a further
advance to $5.85 i bag, follow
ed by still an hour later getffng
the same sugar at $6.65.
Cold Drinks At Waimea
Hofgaard & Co., Waimea, a r e
installing in their store a new an
up-to-tlate soda fountain, together
with all the appliances for satisfy
ing the thirsts of Waimea. When
in place the pretty fountain will be
a distinct ornament to the center
of the store.