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Vol. IX No. 1080.
HONOLULU, TKHlllTOKY OF HAWAII, TUHHDAY. KOYKM1IKK IJ 11100.
Pitirn 5 Ur.N7H.
Hosts of Republicans
fha Last night's torchlight
Flaming psrade of tho Repubil-
Line rn party sot away tin
better time than usual. In cdnseqtienoa
,manywho would bare bcula It did
not reach the ground Itfiaffi
A marching corn In red, white and
blue uniform preceded the Hawaiian
band. The Young Man' Republican
Club In white and two decorated au
tomobiles followed. Tben aereral
marching corps In uniform, Including
squads of 'longshoremen and Wllder'3
Steamship Co., with N.O. U. drain
corps at a proper distance from the
band. Walter P. Dillingham's rough
riders, with Wright of Roosevelt's real
thing at San Juan riding at the head,
came In before aereral of the uniformed
marchers bringing up the rearj Many
telling Inscriptions appeared1) In' the
transparencies. The flambeasax made a
sensational variation In the traveling
mass of flame. At Intervals rocket,
were shot off, colored drea" burned,. the
rough riders fired volleyaof blank cart
ridges, while the cheering of marchern
ancLspcctators rang all. along the line,
and almost unlntermlttentry the steam
calliope screamed contempt for the
"Little Hawaii" and the "Stay-at-
home American" parties both.
Same While the seven nun;
Old dred patriotic pairs of
Story Iokb bore the Republican'
streamer of flame about the strceU, a
thousand Republican men and women
made, haste to secure chairs In tb.e drill
shed. The spacious floor was crowded
to tho entrance several minutes be
fore the rub-a-dub of thedrum crops
Heralded the return qr tne procession.
Such a "rubbering"" was nover seen at
mcctln' as then took place, ,aa Dor
ger'B command approached playing a
favorite march. Before the band en
tered Geo. D. Gear, W. A. Hcnshall and
Frank Wllburton came up the middle
aisle, singing a campaign song and
the audience cheered Its applause. Dl:
rectly afterward" dovernor Dole am
wife entered and It was "three checra'
for tho Governor" given with a will.
Then the band camo in playing at
the head of the talent advancing to the
stage. Dy this time the side aisles and
tho rooms of the N. O. H. companies
wero Jammed with people. While some
preliminaries were taking place on
tho stage, cheers and campaign shouts
rang throughout the whole place.
C0 Col. J. H. Boyd called
Boyd the assemblage to order
Opens Up at 8:25 and was vocifer
ously cheered when he predicted ,i
glorious victory for the Republican par
ty today. A little story ho narratrd
was received with loud hurrahs. It
was of a man who went home the oth
er night with a Republican ribbon on
his hat. His wife told him he should
wear a Home Rule ribbon. Thereupon
the goodman removed the ribbon and
starting a fire In the stove went
through the form of cooking, .Answer
ing his wife's amazed question as to
what he was doing, he replied that, as
he earned bis living working tor a Re
publican Arm, now that he bad become
a Home Ruler he was making a be
ginning by hustling for grub at home.
The point was seen Instantly by the au
ditors. Col. Boyd then Introduced, as
the first speaker, Hon, D. L. Naone,
Oratory former Speaker of tho
Begins Legislature, now a good
Flowing Republican. Mr. Na
one addressed the meeting In Hawaiian
He was loudly cheered as he proceeded,
Reminding them of the advice ot tho
leading mercantile Arms to eschew -the
Home Rule party, he would emphaslza
that advice. It was given by tho mer
chants from whoso employ they deriv
ed their livelihood. They ought to know
We offer a Valuable
Oahu College Grounds.
Comer 140:300 for $7,500.
Or will subdivide Into 4 lots.
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
TfcL. MAIN fig. JUDD BUILDING.
letL-ii-ftr" -snf -t-r--..r.fcsiaaltAi..a-i.a JiUuim
what was likely to be of benefit or of
Injury to business. Whatever advan
taged the business ot those Arms would
accrue to their benefit In constant ereS
pMfm'M and good wages. In a torrent
of eloquence he reprobated the candi
dature of r Wilcox for Congress and
urged the election of Samuel Parkef,
besides that of Senators and Represen
tatives on the Republican ticket
Hero of Mr Wright, l Roots
San volt's Rough Riders and
Juaa hero who planted the
American flag on the hard-won heights
of Ban Juan, was received With up
roarious applause. With measured and
well-chosen diction he beta by say
ing he had heard In the Stale that
evhen anyone was about to leave for
the Hawaiian' Islands the advice he
waa given waa to settle all his business
affairs, for he should wnrr return. Ah
old friend of his met soon after arrl
Ing In the transport the other day told
him he was not going home. Having
seen him that evenlng,(wfth a beautiful
form clinging to his arm, he wondered
no longer at bis, decision to remain
here. The speaker bad been In Alaska
this year. He would congratulate thu
people here upon their beautiful' city,
but it was no use because they did not!
BDnreclate It It was a dream of beau
tiful scenery, beautiful flowers, beauti
ful women. When he got rid of the
military crown of thorns on his brow
he' hoped to come here and becom'e ono
ot themselves. Hawaii might depend
upon getting full Justice to all her pub
lic needs from the Republican party.
The -people ot theso Islands were now
able'to take pride not only In belonging
to the American Nation, but to the
ever-growing and expanding American
Ration. He paid, a high tribute to
Theo,- Roosevelt from, personal know
ledge or mm aa coionri is uuu
Speaking of expansion he told ot the I
opposition encountered by every act ot
territorial extension, lnciuuing mei
Louisiana and Alaska purchases, but
events had proved that expansion had
been in every case most profitable to
natlonalolevelopment. He ridiculed tho
Idea of mllltary'domlnatlon arising out
of present circumstances. Were the
people ot Hawalll afraid of the 240 sol
diers here ''garrisoned T And what waa
there to fear by the 775.000.000 people
ot the United States from the necessary
Increase In tbo army and navy compel
led by events? It was not the differ
ence In armaments that made the Am
ericans victorious over the Spanish lit
the Philippines and the West Indira,
but It waa the men behind the gunj.
So, he would be ready to write a party
platform It he knew the men who wero
to be behind It He predicted victory
for the Republican party In the Preal-
(Continued on page 6.)
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
In a recent fcollege number' 'of the
Plhladelphla Saturday Evening Post
there Is a picture ot the room of Cunha,
the Hawalan athlete, at Yale. It Is
given as a sample ot cosy rooms of
college students. Mr. Cunha being a
versatile musician, as a matter of
course a piano figures In the furnish
ings of his room. 'The latest Ladles'
Homo Journal's house decoration de
partment shows a Hawalan grass hut
In miniature as a novelty for adoption.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Mrs. Wm. C. Clench, whose husband
died a tew months ago, has sold lier
homestead In Lunalllo street to W. R
Castle, whose demonse It adjoins, fur
Yote the Straight Republican Ticket
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Kerr & Co. have values In men's and
boy's clothing that cannot, be dupli
cated. They are making a specialty
Just now' of boy's tweed pants at 25
cents per pair.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Men's dress shirts, open front or
back, the largest and' most complete as
sortment In town at )1.00 apiece. L. D.
Kerr & Co., Queen street
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
The latest styles In shirts and tins
nro to-be found at Iwakaml's, Hotel
street Tel, 3301 White.
' .. -
Sam Rrkr Rhaiari Voting Straight
BsMtvveen Democrats etna inaepenaents- uooa
INattured Crowds About Polling:
trict Conceded to the Republicans They are Sure
of the Fourth Parker Oreeted by Rousing Cheers
as He Makes. Rounds of the Polls Voting Slow
In 'Many Pr,eclnts Not Likely
"" Shut Out.
At 8 o'clock, when the poll opened,
every city polling place was throngd
with voters. It was necessary at tho
start to form them Into line, aud
thenceforth the line grew of Its own
accord with fresh arrivals. Appoar-
ancea Indicated 'the largest vote pro
portioned to registration ever brought
out In Honolulu. Particularly was this
the case 'In the second preclncl'bf tho
fourth representative district.
As the morning wore on, the talent
began forming conclusions from symp
tomatic developments. It was notI"e
able tbat Republican ribbons and Par
ker buttons were moro In evidence thaa
any other decorations. This would
have been a stronger symptom than
was the case.but that many old tlmeis
had an Impression that party badges
were still prohibited as under former
The Democrats looked serious, rare-
ly displayed their colors and seemed
to bo without workers. The same
might be said ot the f Independents,
whose eanuiaairs ana neeierv seeracu
to be Just looking round without doing
anything In particular. Home rule rib-
bons appeared hero and there along the
lines, exclusively upon the hats of na-
tlve Hawallans, but tho wearers were
Thorough organization and activity
characterized only the Republican,
Their workers had voted ns early as
posslble and then asslduousl) -ultlvat-
ed the lines of the free and Irdependent.
They pressed sample ballots with the
straight ticket marked as when voted,
or neat cards that could be held In the
hollow of the hand, upon all voters
who would receive such aids to qui:);
voting the right way. When any ot
their candidates appeared In sight, a
cheer would bo started and ring out all
along the line. Thus tho pa rty en
thusiasm was kept warm, tending to
brace up anyone's party loyalty tint
might be Infected, In more or leas de
gree, by personal antipathies or undent
grudges a condition that always has
to be discounted In party calculation!.
It was early reported that the Ii
dependent ticket was being murdered
relentlessly. The defection of DlolUne
was said to bb an embarrassing .'actor
without any li-nely understanding b
I forehand to t-.ildo the Honiv Ruler O-.u
visible consequence was thj uncon
scionable time that the "Kuokoa ' dei
orated head was bent over the ballots
In the marking stall.
Dy 11 o'clock It was conceded on the,
Democratic sldo that the Republicans' of thirty seconds, took JuBt seventy
would carry the fifth representative I flvo precious moments. Some natives
district. This Intimation gave ml Sid wearing .Independent rlbDons stuu'eu
vim to the Republican workers In the' their ballots hard, marked them labor
fourth, who had counted on easily car-' lously and perused their marking with
rylng off the honors of the day. Thenco- painful deliberation.
forward they had tho fresh Incentive of
not allowing the neighboring district. 11:10 there were zss pronounced rar
to snatch their own party laurels from ker ticket men checked off by the Re
then,, ltL publican workers. The "banner" pre-
At this writing pessimism Is a lost clnct will give an account of the Jay
quantity .In the Republican ranki.'that will perpetuate its glory and Its
Most Inspiring optimism has replaced . title.
it and will undoubtedly have a power- At 12:30 there had been 465 voU-s
ful cdect on the tale of tho afternoon, polled here.
From the opening of the campaign! Sam Parker was loudly cheered along
there has not been such an air of R-j tho lino when he visited the polls thH
publican cheerfulness aa pervades the ' morning.
polls. It Is confidently believed, mon-1 Robert Wilcox, who paid this place
over, that tbo knife Is less In use than 'an early visit, was asked If ho hai
common talk has had It would be the ' seen any cockroaches this morning. Ho
case. Tho strong campaign ror tne
straight ticket urged In the prsi and
on the platform, is generally thought tc
be having gratifying fruitage.
Samuel Parker's election by a hand
some plurality, If not by a good major
ity evepjWas at noon deemed a fore
gone conclusion. Also there was roo.I
reason to hope that the entire Senator
ial and Representative tlckefon Oalu
would be returned. Tho specious sut
fallacious propoganda of a selected
ticket from all three, or at least two
tickets, Is felt to have failed of effect
as It should. Intelligent voters have
recognized tho futility of scratching
to effect Its object, and with Its fu
tility its danger In consequences both
Alii i l& '
In the count and In the composition
ot the Legislature, moreover its undo-
slrabllltv from the confusing Impres
sion lUwould create among the states
men and people, of the Mainland to
have an uncertain political sound from
the new Territory of Hawaii.
First Freclnet, Fourth.
Up, to 11 a. m., the vote cast In ttiB
first precinct was 190.
cans showed a very good majority. If
tho Bame proportlonontlnucs, the Ili
publlcaus will win there.
Second Precinct, Fourth.
No lack ot Interest In the duty of the
day has appeared In the "banrcr" pre
cinct, the second of the fourth repre
sentative district. At the opening of
the polls there,, In an old building of
the Derctanlu street school, a line of at
least two hundred voters was qulcklv
formed. It extended from the Walklkl
fence of the compound, pasct the new
Kuuhumanu school building, to the
vuung ooom maiue me uuuae incnuur
ly mentioned. In a straight line this
would be about 400 feet, but as the
column became denser It took on a ser-
pentlnc form, which made It close on
200 yards In length. A man taking bis
place at the rear occupied a few mln-
utes over two hours In reaching the
For the first three hours, with com-
partmenta for six voters at a time, the
rate of polling was about 100 an hou.
There are 910 on the printed register,
an dtransfers make the number about
915. Tho 300th voter passed tho boxjs
at 11:10. At this rate the entire rcgli-
ter, even with the statutory number of
compartments doubled as has been
done by executive order, would not be
polled before 5 o'clock, when, accord
Ing to law, the polls must close like a
steel trap. Many voters among oven
the most Intelligent who had given bp
cial study to the duty In advance found
It hard to make a quick record.
Straight tickets are much scattered and
tho bilingual naming of some candi
dates differs on the official from sample
unofficial ballots. These circum
stances added to the shade of the com
partments, made darker from onlookers
filling the windows, took many vot
ers aback who properly put accuracy
ahead of speed. One of the shrewdest
financiers of Honolulu took more than
six minutes to vote. A voter who had
his straight ticket carefully commlttcJ
to memory and 'calculated on a record
Out of the J00 voters polling up 10
' ftnaurni-n.t fpnnd ltiimnrfrilv In thn nfllfil-
Third Precinct, Fourth.
In the Third precinct of the Fourth
district polling place at 10:30 th's
morning, the voting was going very
slow, some of the Hawallans occupying
the booths from five to ten mlnut-.-s
each. A long line of nnxlous men wero
waiting their turn and Parker ribbons
wero noticeably In the majority.
At 12:15 p. m. there bad only been
130 votes polled which Is about one-
third of tho registered list of vottrs.
,111s I an Meru (if about 20 par hour.
Ono gentlemcan who nothn-l the time
when ho stcppeJ into tbo lino said it
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- Remainder Split
Places -iFlfth Dis
That Any will be
was exactly two hours before hli Ballot
was dropped into the box
Fourth Precinct, Fourth.
Up to tl: 30 o'clock the vote at the
KoyntSchool had been 325. Nearly halt
0I ln8e w "epuoncan, me remaiii-
ing nan ucing prcuy equally uiriueu
between Independents and Democrats.
Hon tho Independents conceded a gooJ
majority 10 ine ucpuuiicans.
McClanahan, the Democrat, tried to
have Harry Kvans arrested for distri
buting ginger ale. This he characterlz;
cd aB "liquor." A police officer was
called away from the polls and taken to
where Evans was but tho bluff didn't
work. The police officer walked back
again to his post.
Wilcox and Kalauokalanl were veiy
busy at the Royal school. They went
away at about 11:30.
Filth Precinct, Fourth.
The voting at the fifth precinct was
very slow all morning. Up to 11:45
o'clock, only 195 'votes had been can.
A Republican majority Is assured al
though this precinct Is In tho heart of
the Democratic and Independent
strongholds of Honuakaha and Ki
kaako. There Is no doubt tbat the vot
ing will be raucji faster this afternoon.
The precinct has 631 votes and th9
work will have to be rushed.
At 9:30 o'clock this morning, 100
votes had been cast, 76 of theso being
Republican. At 11:30 174 votes bail
been cast, leaving 357.
Sixth Precinct. Fourth.
Up to 10:15 o'clock the voting at Ho
nolulu Haelo (Sixth Proclnot of the
Fourth District) reached 81, the major
ity of votes cast being Republican.
Jas. Kaulla, dressed in a white suit and
n earing numerous Home Rulo ribbons.
was very much In evidence. D. Kalau
okalanl, Jr., another Independent can
didate, was also there. The Democrats
and Republicans had their workers In
among the voters.
At 11:45 o'clock 123 out ot 199 votes
had been cast at Honolulu Hale. Of
these, thrtm-fourths were Republican.
D. Kalauokalanl,, Jr., assigned by thy
Independent party for duty at tho
Sixth, concedes a large Republican ma
jority there. The Democrats are out of
the race entirely In this precinct. The
Republicans will poll the biggest vote
and tho Independents will come next.
Seventh Precinct, Fifth.
The voting at the seventh precinct,
fifth district (Reform school) polling
place has been going on at the rato of
fifty an hour for the past three hours,
but In the lino of men watting their
turn which by the way Is fully taro
hundred feet long, more intelligent
faces aro seen and voting will go faster
the rest of tho day.
In the vast crowd that Is assembled on
the large grounds there wsb not an
Intoxicated person to be seen and good
humor prevailed everywhere.
During tho early part ot tho morning
Wilcox appeared to be the favorite but
tho Parker enthusiasts put on their
working clothes and have evidently
turned the tide in their favor.
At 12 o'clock 292 votes had been poll'
ed. There Is some doubt whether the
entire list ot voters will be able to get
In their ballots. Everythlng'has tiem
most orderly all morning and tho long
line handled with remarkable dispatch
considering the Inadequate spare. The
beautiful grounds have been well filled
with people watching 'with Interest tho
first election day.
Eighth Precinct, Filth.
At 10:30 there had been 167 votes
polled In the eighth precinct of tbo
fifth dlBtrlct (Achi's warehouse) out
of 418 to poll. There Is a long lino
waiting good naturedly their turn.
Everything has been quiet during the
morning with a leaning towards Sam
At 12 o'clock 210 votes hud been poll-
cd out ot -uts. mere nas uecn a sieauy
alream all morning and all the voIm
will be polled before I 30 n'clix k.
Mnth Precinct, Flflli.
Tim ninth precinct of the fifth dis
trict at IV: 15 was the scenn of greit
deal of excitement. A large crowd of
voters and politicians were around
the polling plaee working for their re
spective parties. Tho Republican
seemed to be In the majority, however,
and voting was progressing at tho ralo
of about thrco every two minutes. It
this pace Is kept up all the votes will
be polled by 3:30 p. m.
" At 12 o'clock 217 votes had been
polled out ot 395, an oorn,-;e of aluioat
one a minute with a leaning towards
Parker. Thtro will bo no danger of
not polling all th-j votrj In thls.rre
clnct If this regularity continues that
has prevailed all the morning
Tenth Precinct, Filth
In the tenth precinct of the fifth dis
trict, Aala warehouse, at 11 o'clock tho
voting was going slow. Only 100 bal
lots had been polled. Everything wii
quiet. To Judge by the yellow rlbbona
Parker's election In that precinct Is a
At 12 o'clock' there had been 130
votes polled out ot 220 and at this rato
the full number of votes will be cast
by 4 o'clock. Parker seems to be the
favorite so far.
Few Valid Complaints.
Electoral Registrar Wray Taylor and
Lorrln Andrews, M. A. Oonsalves anl
I). L. Naone, the Board of Registra
tion, arc in the Registrar's office all
day to hear complaints and rectify er
rors. Thus far only one man has com
plained of tho omission of his name
from the register whose name has not
been found registered. This Is Sail
Makana, 9th precinct ot tho fifth dis
trict Many who had complained tbat
their names were not there have been
shown that such was not tho case.
There has been only ono complaint of
"telegraphing," ond tho right namo
being voted by the wrong man. A
voter of the second precinct, fourth
district, makes this complaint and it l"
Registrar Taylor reports one case of
ballot box stuffing. It was a cock
roach found In one of tho boxes this
morning. Mr. Taylor was consoled with
tho reporter's remark that It was prob
ably one of Wilcox's enemies In biding
from tho wrath to come. f
Reports from the outside districts
received at 1 o'clock Indicate tbat the
voting Is proceeding rapidly with no
prospect of anyone being shut out The
best of order prevails. A Parker ma
jority Is reported all aloqg the line.
At Ewa court house 100 out of a total
of 282 had been cast; at Walanae 74
out 102; at Walalua 114 had been cast.
with 90 per cent of them Parker votci.
Kaneoho court houso reports 100 out
ot a total of 146 already cast.
Cheer lor Parker.
Sam Parker made the rounda of tho
town polling places this morning with
a party of-political friends In a smatt
turn out and llnon dusters. Included
In tbo party were Clarence Crabbe, W.
II. Hoogs, O. A. Davis and Arthur Wil
der. Parker was greeted with cheers
all along the way, and at each stop
the deafening shouts for Parknr coul I
bo heard blocks away.
A leading Democratic worker was
asked this afternoon bow things were
going and answered: "We are going
to be shy 125 votes at the Reformatory
school, owing to the slowness of vot
ing. Many voters take bo long to mark
their ballots that there will not bo time
to get the full vote polled.
Asked how tbo Portngueio wero go
ing a prominent man ot tho colony said
they were not voting for Wilcox. Ho
thought Parker woul J bo 1 'ected sure
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Heayy w .
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