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HAWAII, TUHSDAV, NOVJtMKKR IS, -1904.
Bad Blood1 REPUBLICANS CARRY
WITH A CLEAN SWEEP. :
pitsrim-t, Slilpiimu nppcnts to have windward vide, where he tnnile jK't
liwl hi ivicst, being $s toll's below ceptuble gains despite Inning to
Fe-uauiK, (I votes behind Lewis cnulciid with two oppuiu ills. Cupi I
lluvn rniilnlt"irti lil Aver's Stiriii
rlllit II linn lii'eu ruling h-uiIi In all
rir1n nf tlio w.nld fur nvi'Ml'i veins,
it Ik the glean-.! fmtiilv liieillrltie in
III Hnllil It I'lllillu-, Slll'll(llll'llt.,
illllclicn, lltllllU lip,
anil i Miti-s liehiinl Smith. Senile li
ng must have In m an iinpnrlnul
li.'ilntf in tlu llnuokuu entupigii.
Anliuii Fernandez, the former
Homo Rule tepiesenl ilive, ran
stiiinuest in liis Inline meiMiiel. lit.'
tory Within the Territory -Kuhio Carries Island ,,0iic.l good votes in Laupahochoe
hv Rio- Mninritv Entire Republican Ticket Carried and Knolie, making up his losses in
1- r. u...::l ..MfiQK, Rnnnn, VStt tl precincts of the district
III Vtlnl I lilTTCllt liUUliUiivviivw wuiiiivi a viuwtt
Hawaii Takes First Place in Swelling Republican VlC-
Wr. ofe V nintaln, f Mt. Turret, .
A intraim.H ltlilii..otir.i'liainl UiM lu
ll rem i;ik"'er:
1 leul .i v pi Inilerionf cfiMiu. Mi-illcal
in-jii li.'U iniil 1111' molil'iir, iiiori ill J lil
,!,,., 1 t'l-ili.i r 1 1 'oil ri'im'illn, lmt
li'lwiit ; li'l 'Hi.' prinnmii M.WOTIT tlio
h .1 im 11. li'ii ""I ariii. My frit-mi
I.Oil 111 1 1 1 10 in ) ' KiMiurlll.i. 'Iij
i, !!-. i 1 'i 1. 1 1I1. 1 ..i l til' t'mtriitli, lillil
imt Iiimi 'iniili ' iiilnU'iii' in II. 1 lii'l rrli'il
c ,n im'.l 1.11 -i 'In my i:re.tl minirlw. I
I iii.nl ii 11 I'lir mill (im- iKitlln tlio mulvn
iio lift mniii't t ilfiii-jr. It tiik Jiut
Im' lmt I k lii iiiiku .1 niiiilcto litre. My
el 1 1 1 n iw crti,i'ilyiiii""tli.aiuliiotatracii
im I UiiiMit my lurincr trouble."
After n six week's energetic
campaign by nil three parties, there
was an ominous quiet on the day
preceding the election and none of
the party leaders would offer pre
dictions of the probable result. The
Republicans lrnvc stoutly main
tained they would carry the Dis
trict by n large majority, and it
was conceded if the party ticket
carried Hilo, Waiakea. Honomu
four voles anarts
Kukiiih.icle, where he has done the
uluminir tlmm milv K'tnt work, Fernandez ran about
There was a
even with Sliipinan. Fernandez
ran ahead of Kuhio in Paauilo and
uniformly straight Kcpublic.111 tic-, WJW ,Jed wlh (. I)t.leKnte , u.
ket voted tbroiighout, and only pahoehoe and Kukuihaele.
occasional evidences of scratching.! Lewis, Smith and Shipman ran
Laupahoehoe leads in rolling up ahead of the Delegate in Knlapana
the greatest Republican majority and Hilo. Hernandez ran nhead
and probably wins the banner of Kuhio only in Kaohe. The De
oflered by the Territorial Central legate does not appear to have been
Committee. This was a prize as strong as be was two years ago,
banner to be given to the precinct although this is accounted for by
which turned out the best average reason of two oilier candidates be-
ilioppeil behind his previous reeonl
in IIiId and l'lini, but regiiiud
some of his losses in lliuuaku.i
His heaviest loss was in Hilo and
Waiakea, where he ilioppeil 112
votes behind bis vole of two iais
Jim I.cwis increases his vote by 1
1 73 votes over two years ago. He
dropped slightly behind in' Hannud
Waiakcn and recei'ved only two
votes less in Hilo than his former
election. His greatest inn ads 011
the other candidates atrd over his
former record were in Puna, Kaohe
Purely, who was elected two
years ngo, with one vote less than
Lewis, did not appear to hi in it J
this election. Hnahco, who polled
n very large vote in Puna two years
ngo, lost 7 r votes in the combined
precincts of his borne. David Kwa-
ELECTION RETURNS FROM HAWAII BY PRECINCTS
Tli-ri'jir mini linlliflmi "irinrilln.
U- puri' m U't .Vii'r '
I'r.-fwr '.V Dr. J.C Ajer Cu., Lowell. laj.,t S..V
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Iiicorpornted I'mler the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
I'. I'liCK l'reililcnt.
C. C. KI'.XNHDV Vlcc-l'rc.
, JOHN T. MO!K. .mil Vlci-1'rt-t.
C. A. SI'Ollllt Cnnliicr.
TIIOs. C. miiC.WAV, M-cnt.iry.
J. .Cnuar John J. Crnce,
U.S. Lyman, II. V. ratten,
Win. 1'iillnr. V. II. bliliiiiaii.
I)ruv ICxcliunKe on
11 Hank of Hawaii, Mil Honolulu
Wells, Rirgo it Co. Itaiik...S.iu Kraiicisco
Wells. 1'arK" & Co's ll.mk New York
The Niitioiiiil Hank of the Ue- l (j,cai;o
jinlilie ) '
KAI.A.MANAOI.i:, .1. K...IR.
! Iaukca, Curtis 1 (.1).
Notley. Chas (II. K.
! HltOWX, .1. T (R.
I IIKttlTT. (1K0. C (II.
Slilumiiii. O. T (H.K.-D.
I! Woods, J. V (D )
liKnohlJ. 11 (U.K.)
4 m:wis, .1. (R.
SMITH, CAICI. S (R.
SIIU'MAN, W. II (R.
it FKItXAXUKZ, A (R.
KwiiHko. I) (
Kamoku. I. N (D.
West. Henry (D.)
West, Henry K1'-)
Keolanui, M. M (H. R )
Naloilelina, T. N (D.)
.(II. R.) 37
! Kcoiaiiui, n.
l'unly, W. N.
Hnaheo, S. II..
Hilinonds, W. I
m M nh
" C o "
t-t " . s. o
o 6 2 x
n 1 r. a - s
? t 5 5 :
: : : o :
: : : : n :
107 211 43 70 71 87
85 118 53 ' 9 8
16 17 7 6 t 8
U3 2t4 45 7" 73 HS
81 194 32 63 68 79
91 132 46 13 6 10
57 107 49 7 5 9
33 25 3 9 15
"I 239 45 70 75 S3
109 240 39 70 71 82
103 241 38 69 63 76
96 203 33 67 71 88
78 107 60 13 6 I 8
59 7 5 4 I I
69 81 51 9 412
51 49 8 9 6 14
56 49 39 4 2 4
23 27 7 7 4 19
26 21 I 11 9 o n
24 11 m 7 3 8
r. ' -r.
K A I, AM AN A Ol.i:, .1. K...(U.)
Innke.i. Curtis 1 (D.)
Notley. Clms (!. U.)
86t , IIKWITT, (J P.O. U (R.)
702 HIIOMX, .1. T (R.)
524 '' llltuiaii, U. T (II. R.-D.
35 Woods, J. !" en,
222 Kaohi.J. II....
48 ! 4
33 I 32
41 I 31
S71 IMJI.AA, C. II (R ) 179
8ii K AM 110, II. M (H. R ) 160
817 IIOI.STKIN, II. I (R.)I34
768 (IICKKNWKI.I., Y. It (R.) 61
440 Keliikoa.J. W 1,11. R.) 89
3J(i Wnnht. Win. J (R.) 63
316 , KtoiiliJ. N (D.t 43
298 I,i..ito. S (II. R.' 85
277 I Ka, Charles (D.) 42
229 , 1'aakiki, . (D.) 31
222 ', Kihe, J. W. II. I D.lt 36
4 J 174
" - "
No amount l taie can ke p
noxious in-i-i is out nt the
lionvc, lmt (Ih in i'il not lo
hiirboird. Tin v "-(h' ililv mi el
thuir dnoiu ii von will use out
fieely. Kills ants, roadies
bed bugs vvaiei bugs and nil
other vatii'tiis ol insect in
truders. Money back if it
fails, 25 cents a bottle.
H. I.. SHAW. - Man'ai;kk
CoinpUte Sloek of l'iiust Table
Wines. Ileers hiskies, dins,
llratulies ami 1.iiihiiis.
Sole Anent for
Serrao Itlock, Sliipiirili Street
Teleplioiie No. 7
16 I 540 I
17 ' 467 I
38 1 10
49 , "u
24 I l
and Laupahoehoe, a Republican
viclorv was assured.
But the fondest hopes of the
Rcpublcans were surpassed when
the returns began coming in. Early
in the evening, the Home Rule and
niigkoiig-Slumgliai ll.mk. (. ,"i TiioLo ; Democratic leaders retired to their
inK Corporation j j,, ,)on)eSi dsgusted with n0 interest in
1 the final array of figures placed on
Olynti, Mills, Carrie & Co London
HonKkoiiK-ShatiKhai Hank- Hongkong. ,
iiik Corporation ) v.uiua.
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- (Shanghai,
iug Corporation )" China.
. ) Yokohama
Republican vole. The competition ing in tbe field. Kuhio received
was keen and was open to every !" majoiity of all' votes cast, i.e.,
precinct tbrougbout the Territory. M47 against rfxjg two years ago,
Honomu made a mighty effort to when Wilcox was his only opponent,
secure the coveted pi i.e, but was Of the total number of votes cast on
outclassed by Uptown when the the Island for Delegate, there is a
liko displayed greater strength
than two years ago, when he ran
as an independent. He received
412, as against 226 two years ago.
Atkinson Coucratulates Ills Chili.
AIvmivs on Hand
Of Wines, I.iipiors, lleets
Mixed Drinks a ,Svciallv
Draught and llollleil
lOc Per Glass
Telephone No. 7
J. G. SERRAO, Manager
returns came in.
gain of only three votes over two I On Wednesday Secretary A. I,.
l. Atkinson telegraphed to the
Young Men's Republican Club o
tieulars on Application.
t?,i.. ., i..-., ,io.. ,i. r years ago. Hecnuse ot three tickets
went abroad that the election iiiicht ' dividinK lhe vott- the RePl'Hcans
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES the bullelin board in front of te be i,1ValitIated because e ich ballot ! Iel1 l,ullllKl 25o votes, based on lhe Which he is the founder, and guid-
Ueuted by the Month or Year. Par- Baldwin block. There war an bore a mnnber which was a dis-1 ldegate'.s vote. ' ing spirit, as follows:
tinguishing mark and therefore Senatois Biown and Hewitt poll- j "Well done. Yours is the greatest
illegal. It appears tint the ballots ed a nearly even vote, the personal victory of all. Extend heartiest
were attached to a uumbeied stub popularity ofone in certain precincts congratulations to your Club. Oahu,
and in a perforated corner of each counterbalancing the other's in Kauai and Maui elect every Rc
ballot intended for the purpose of other precincts. Brown showed up publican candidate. Am leaving
detachment was a corresponding strong in Waiakea and Hilo, while for Washington tomorrow."
number. It was claimed the in- Hewitt displayed great strength in j The Secretary left for Washing
snectors of election were denositinir ' I'apa, Waiohiuu and I'ahala. Their I ton, D. C, on the Alameda last
enthusiastic crowd present, good
natured and unmindful of the
occasional drizzel. As the vote of
Mn-ronn Naumatinn P.n
iiiuluuii iiuinjuiiun uu (the various precincts were put on
The only Direct Line between San l'raii- J the bulletin, it was met with a lusty
Ci"ndU,wint,S,ane l"e shout Irour the crowd. The Young
, I Men's Republican Club was largely
3ii j represented and when the result
jSfi&T I showed the election to have become
; MATSON NAVIGATION GO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
Juno 19, '04 July G, '04
July 23, '04 A"S- 9 '04
these ballots without detaching aggregate vole for the island show-' Wednesday noon. He is being sent US- 6, '04 Sept. 12, '04
QQQittQn FWTFRPRIQF a landslide, a number of members tijjs number. The mistake, ed Hewitt to be only 4 votes ahead- by the administration to consult H-") - ". "
uLcdillui . LN I LuTIUOL 0f Uial aggregation chartered a jf aVi appears to have Ollie Shipinan's strength lay in with the President and Secretary of Nov 2, '04 Nov. 19, '04
Dark ANNIE JOHNSON lanre omnibus and with horns and 1 1, ",n,i ;., not rnmnfiiur tin. Olaa. Waiakea. Hiloand Waiohiuu. the Treasurv. recardinir the llOlld'',oc 6, '04 Doc. 23, '04
Hark RODERICK DHU
Bark MARION CHILCOTT
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Tin; CHAS. COUNSELMAN
' fire works made merry through the
'streets until a late hour. During
i the evening Candidate Smith en
(tertaiueda number of supporters
iid other Specially Chartered vessels ! and friends at his offices and re
makes this trip vvith'at lea.st one of these J , collBraUllatioilS Oil all sides
boats each month, carrying both I'reight ' h ,
mid Passengers. , for his conduct of the compaign.
I'or dates of sailing and terms, , The entire Republican ticket in
Call upon, I ......
, ,. o t t o n n East Hawaii was carried, electing,
Jtio. I), bprechcla & Bros. Co, Jas D Uxi Carf s ' Bth
' TT 01.!..H.ni. ...1 A ilntinltni'MnttMtq
II. OII4JUIUU UIIU11IIIUIIV.JUIIUIIIIW.
,137 Market St., San Francisco.
It. T. C.UARD. Agent,
as representatives. In West Ha
waii, one Home Ruler, H. M. Kani-
number before depositing the bal-' rn which latter precinct he polled1 issue lor the second mijlion dollars
lot in the ballot box. However, 103, quadrupling either of his run- 'of the loan fund authorized by the ' GUARD, Agent.
the error was rectified at the close uiug mates. His strength on the legislature in 1903. Gov. Carter is t
of the day, by tearing the numbers ( fusion ticket did not materialize. ( fearful that owing to the decrease flllO LlCCiriC Llgllt 10., UO.
from the ballots before they were Frank Woods received the highest 1 in securities caused by the with-
opened and recorded.
1 vote cast in Kohala, 147. Kaohi
Jim Lewis led his ticket, making carried his home precinct of Kohala,
a gain in nearly every precinct ex-! and Kalapana, etc., but as he
cept Hilo, where he ran nearly even j practically made no canvass in other
with Smith and Shipman. In ' parts of the district, he could not
strong Home Rule precincts, like , retrieve himself.
Kalapana, Kapohoand Kukuihaele, J A comparison of the returns two
Lewis showed remarkable strength. , years ago with the present election
ho was elected, the Republicans I He ran ahead of Kuhio in every shows some remarkable conditions.
WJntnimn RamI Haiico carrying the balance of their ticket, ! precinct of the District, except , On the othes side of the island,
TT dlulVvwil 1IUUL llUUOv ciL.ctu,K c. II. Pulaa, F. R. Green- Kaohe and Ho
Houses Wired and
drawal of deposits for the Panama
canal, the Secretary of the Treas
ury may be disinclined to accept
the Territorial bonds as security ' In accordance with the, rules ol the Na
for deposits of public money in, tlonnl Hoard of Fire Underwriters
national banks. The former issue
were received in lieu of national
j well and II. I,. Holsteiu as re-
I Delegate Kuhio ran slightly bc-
, hind his ticket in many of the pre-
Jcincts, but throughout the entire
Island, polled twice as many votes
l'OU I'UliI.lC IHKlC n, iauea and Notley combined.
KiKM'tigeis ami baggage taken to and In Hilo where Notley was once
K.A. I.I'CAS & CO., l'rop'rs.
WAIAKKA BRIDGIv, IIII.O
IIAVK NOW A I'LI'.IvT Ol'
and Small Boats
nokaa, and tied the West Hawaii returns Pulaa, Kani-
Priuce at Laupahoehoe. In the , ho and Greeuwell, who were in the
entire district Lewis outdistanced last legislature. Holsteiu takes
Kuhio by 50 votes. , Wright's place, the latter beiug de-
Carl Smith ran ahead of the De-, featetl at this election. Two years
legate in Kalapana, Waiakea and ago Wright ran ahead ot Kanilio
bonds at 90 per cent, of their par
Democrats Charge Fraud.
There was considerable excite
mentin Democratic circles in Hono
lulu on election day over what was
A complete itock of
fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
Lamps, etc., aluajs on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Fan Motors, swivel fianie 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
alleged to be a violation of secrecy 1 Power for operating them f 1 ii month
of the 'ballot. Curtis P. Iaukea, Installation chaigul extra.
Democratic candidate for Delegate KslImillCb f,miWlcl, cliwc)l o(
applied to 1 Federal Judge Dole for Hlectrical Work and Contracts taken to
Hilo. lmt was tM Willi Mm III and not in. This year ho poilcd an nijulicUo 11 restraining the in- , ,,,,,,, c ,e.
Olaa. Hon,,,,,,, and I ahochoe. abet the same reB,h and M-SSSXS," ZT. " "
Smith dropped behind the rest of ' by the wayside. Pulaa two years, remov:ntr ti,e numbered corners IlftV TBIIj Till
from vessels in the harbor in reiiMuiiilile col,ector of customs, hecauglit only his ticket in Kukuihaele, where , ago headed his
Im tirivate nienies and moonlight rides. , seventeen votes and in his old home 1 inroads were made by the republic- . Greeuwell second. Kaniho, who the ballot box. Upon the showing
( . 1
ticket as now, with fron, ballots already deposited in
RING UP ON TKLKPHONK
He 1 ans. In Hilo Smith ran one vote j was fourth at the last election, ex- --. J"K " wm 01
i.n.r f T,.,!o .,...) .... 1.M..-...I nlmiiir,. nlnoo with c.reenw',l"J"""u"uV"l"K.,"l'lulyi
UliWilVt J1 Jttll tlllV JIIV. IJWlltllVI jjwt' -. .. ....-- -.- .. ,
.third on the ticket. Pulaa
at Ilonokaa, he received four.
1 found only one supporter in Lau
1 pahoehoe and at Kapoho.
. -.- . a
Inn T ewis 111 liast Hawaii and1 v. II. hlnninan snowed urn
Pulaa on the West side have shown Wciallvstro.m in Hilo and Olaa, strongest candidate 011 the Republic-
Self-starter and reversible engine. Ill ,i.iP inwlniiliii-ii stri-nntli and no- hut fiH holiind tbe rest of the ticket nil ticket ill West Hawaii, leading
iraclicability it is equal to the steam en-, , ' 1 . , , T, ... over Kuhio hv Co votes,
fine Sizes from Pi b. n. ui.wards. pularity. John IJrowu and Geo . and far below Fernandez tu j,,,,,. over kuiuo ny oy uii..,.
Ito.itb fitted with this engine or irauies 01 , m TTewitt the republican nominees I pahoehoe, Kaohe and Ilonokaa.
any se to order. lfor particulars apply ' . . ; .. . ,. . ,
tl, k.a. LUCAS, Miiunger I senators, ran about even, the 1 In Ilonokaa, Fernandez'
PAY FOR THE BEST
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
olpnlinn nnlntnliiir tllfm frnm il... AND THAT'S Till? CLASS OK WOK K
Shipman, who led the ticket here. I who is now fourth. Holsteiu ran fac;, ,B altering or in any manner ivXHCl'TJCD nv
. . . ...
Kuhio s losses this year were
greater in West Hawaii than on the
the , whatsoever chaiurint? the ballots
cast at said polling booth. The in
junction, however, arrived too late
at the polling place to prevent the
inspectors from tearing off the bal
lot numbers. They had already
done ho, 1
KUONT ST.. Ol'. Sl'RKCKlCL'S I1I.0CIC