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BVENINQ ntn,LRTIN, nONOI.TJLt;. T. I!., MONDAY, OCT. 22, 1900.
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t.ji iuii.hdav pppppfK w q 'ea3iitC J. Day & Co.
gHnk Leahl Chapter Initiation KiitS ()
fjtjKim ' 'Mimituv IRHRNMiiiHRH fxi )
rXlMm ' Peffee'lon Regular 5 p. in. j-t y"'-8 '!" i iu S
fUFlW Hawaiian Second Degree Sj? Tex Old'littnd CTJ S
Mr J 7!30p,m' ' ff" H fa
K . -ooa" m. . Illllll'r1 i Fort ntreet.
K Lei Aloha Chapter Initiation li BlMiLtU !' (EllAP S Q
Wf' i I tsTiiiJi1 0n,,Mj T.f '"PH 3 liolulu lion Works,
mkd. ,u 1- . . .
BHbv Alt visiting members of the I .CUMf r
MP' order arc cordially Invited to at- 'V'SwJtfi s x O
MB tend meetings of local lodges. . jgyjg
Klf' i - tUiM tJu "" T . be i
KV "i'-n,r.,r-- I I I '
t-i' r.s-!--?rra it
HL HARMONY LODOC, No. Sf 1. O. O. F. zZZXXZ<t? N
Aterfi every Monday evening at 7:30
In I. O. O F. Han. Fort street.
i: II. HHNDUY. Secretary
c ci tuvrwr,. n. c.
All vlsltlrg bru'hera very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE,. No. 2, K. of F.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, KfUF
tlteeU Visiting brothers cordially Ir.
rltcfi to attend.
O J. WHITEHEAD. QC.
JF. WALDRON, K.R.S
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of f. I
Meets every Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall, Klnn street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lode, No. 2, Wm. Me
Kinley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited
A. D nONO, C. 0.
A 8. KENWAY, K.H.H
HONOLULU LODGE 16, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge .No. 1, D. P O B..
Till meet In their ball .in Miller
ind Beretanla streets, evtry Friday
By order ot the E. II.
HAnny. h. bimpson.
H. E. MURRAY, B.U
tVm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
T'.O oMock In K. of P. Hall, King
trtL Visiting brothers cordltlly In
rHi to attend
II. M JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A JACOIISON, K.K.tf
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th Wi:iNI
DAY evenings of each month at 7;3i
'clock In K. of I'. Hall, King strfL
Visiting Eaglej are Inlted ti- nt
0AM McKRAfiJR. W.P
II T. MOOIlt:. W 8ocy
Hawaiian tribe n. i, i. o. b. H.'Tei. Main ids.
Meetk every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. C. F-1
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
XV. F. DRAKE. Sachora. I
A. K MURPHY, C. of R.,
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets ovory sctond and fourth Wed
nesday of eaph month nt San Antonio
Hail. Visiting brothers cordlnlly In
mi to attend.
T 1 M.-TIOIIE. Prcs.
K. V TODD. Secy.
A Superior Light to all others.
Aceytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
ind cheapness radiates ss heat, viti
ates the air leas .ind has no Injurious
affect' on the eyes.
the office. j
ni.u Wtfll. will uoi.-.us w, iwv, ,i,
drums and small cant, for Generators
Jnd Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gat Mantles and Gas
. Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE. Manager.
Telephone Main 145 143 Merchant HI
That's the chief thing to be cecured (
when you buy a delivery wagon. i
Correctly constructed so that It It '
the most convenient vehicle for tho
purpote It was built. 1
That's the way we build them. Tell
us how you want yours we'll bUllcl It
that way and at the right price, too.
427 QUECN 6T. TEL. MAIN 4? I
P, O, UOX 103,
C, W. ZRIOLCH Manauer
Illnik book nf nil .oris, Miser,
flu,. niiiiitirnrluriHl by Ihu Itullutti. I'uli j
' Choosing paint should be a matter
1 of careful consideration.
I After examining the merits of the
several klrds you will be almost cer
tain to order W P. FULLER'S
IT IS BEST FOR ALL PRACTICAL
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST.
For Over 60 Years
M Mrs. Winslow's
JUULJHUfi 3jrj lip
hss hftn uwil for over rtlXTV
VKAUH hv MlLl.lON'll of y.jthfnl
lVfl. trllh nerfrt r.ufrrlLS. IT
hOoTIIi:s tho ClllMl, SOFTENa
Iho (1UMS. ALLAYS nil .pain,
CURI'.S WliiU COLIC and In tho
by Drugi;ikts In r. cry part of tho
world. J to huro and title for Sirs.
Wlnitow'n B"iotlilnf' fiyrupond take
no i.iUtr Lind. Si Cents a Buttle.
P. O. Box 192.
Lord and Belser,
Sewers, Oracllnjj, Paving, Teaming,
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KnWAIAHAO STS.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
STYLISH FALL MILLIN
BOST.ON BLDG., FORT STREET.
Private Cottage "Johnson Houto
MRS. J. A. RODANET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
p r , p. . a.
bun Rise Dyeing House
1316 FOnT STREET.
G. FAR I A
riNC 6UIT8 FflOM 15 UP,
inadt In up to
ililt i-i utrli.
HOTBU opp, HISMOP ST.
One man and a Bulletin Want ad.
will sell a houseVwhlle another man
e wondering whether an ad. will pay.
The Qlobo sells It cheaper.
Autos for hire at Ter. Stables.
Your grocer fell Pol Hrenkfast Food
A roll top desk Is wnntfil Sec ltd
Dest cup of tolteo lt tho city. New
Hugluiul ll.ikery '
Apple blossom minion mid !.lllon'a
'p.-iaut C J. Day & Co.
Judge Klugshuiy litis nnillcil the
number of lut-.il uuto's1'1 IK!.
An exiierluicod Japan, so. took de-
slr.s fclluallon vvllhhlriv.ilc f.iinlly
Attend the liiugnllln,iie millinery I
opening this week at Mrs. III. ker '
Neatly furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular. $1, l.f0 mid $2 per week. 1243
V C. Hop but Saturday completed
his "'Mi je.ir In the employ of the Ho
nolulu lion Works,
'Mm vmitiir tm.ti tit the Phrlfttlntl
'church have Organized n Saturday
1 night flub for lllhle Btmly.
W (1 Cooper, who wiib formerly
cashier of the First National Hank, Is
now running a hotel In Oakland.
The purP.Hl nml richest creamery but
ter In tliP' market Is Sweet Violet Hut
I lei. sold by P CJ. Yce Hup & Co.
i II. II. Cant, now manager of the Ma
i hogany Lumber Co, nl llllii, expect.
tne mnenliiery rot- luu new mill lu u
Wnlklld tun Is now owned by W. C.
Ilerglti. Accommodations, supplies
and ntteudanco absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
When tho weather Is but "Arabic"
will cool your Iron roof. When the
weather Is wet "Arabic" will prevent
rust. California Feed Co., agents.
Haebs' consignee, salo of Oriental
drawn work and emhroldpred linens is
mi opportunity that should not he oer
looked Kvcrythlng plainly marked
and nt astonishing prices.
8. K Knloa, who is with E. II Me
Clanahau on his Hawnll stumping tuilr,
willes that Knlapann and Wulpio me
now Democratic strongholds, and that
Ihn Hawallans are with the Demo
crats Father Mnxiuui of Kalaupapa 1
sending uround an appeal for subsirlp
Hon to rebuild the church nt Knlau
lupn, whlih was burned u short time
ngo It Is estimated that about $10,000
will be needed
Remember a delicious dinner at tb
popular price of ono dollar Is served
every evening on the great seml-clr-mlar
Innal of the Seaside Hotel. Host
Mi I u e for the money nnd coolest place
In town to dine.
Akslstuut File Chief Deerlug luU
Wednesday night discovered and put
out a blaze In a lubblsli bi lu the ill-
leeway between the Sachs building mid
Hi.. Orpheuni, which' might easily lum. "i!!1 '.' ,Ib '"n claimed that II in ben
hud mHoiim results. , '"' ' "' uu" ,,..,
The Hawaii I'unol Society will give
mi Interesting enteitaliiment at Ihu
. j Orpheuni next Saturday night, the
in iil'iimi ii-uuirrn uviuk uiuiiaux lep-
irseiitlng hcenei of ancient Hawaiian
history, mid muMcul numbers.
Dr. Mousurrat hopes li iudiirn Ihn
National Asuodatlou nf Veterluailmii
In hold (s next tonw-ntlon hern. Ilo
nolulii will lime. to compete with At
lantic City. N. J.; Chautauqua, N. Y.;
t'libniffl III llenvi.r fVU Knnui.i '
Clly, Mn.; Niagara Falls, N. Y.; Nor
folk, Vn., Saginaw, Mich.; nml Se.ittl",
A fresh lot nf Lowney'n t'ho.ohites
Just to huii.l ulth all tho latet Month;
American IleautlCH, ColU-gu (III tri. Ic
Irienm Drops, I'reuch Mixed nli.l inmij
jotbei delkloiiH kinds. Lewis & Co..
' Ltd., are tote iigeulH for IIicmi relebrnl
!' .undies for the Hawaiian Iul.uuls, I nil
King Hlieot, Telephone Mnln 210. Tnko
u box honiif-ullli j oil tonight; It will
1 in i lie her smile.
I The grand ball glen nt Sun Anto
nio Hull by tho Kuulit Athletic Club
was a gieut biictCKtt, u largo crowd be
ing present. Music was furnished by
on.) of Haul's Hiring hands, nml danc
ing wuh kept up until the sinull hours
of the iiiumlng. UerieslimentM wero
ecrwil between ilau.es. The com
inltlees lu linage weio us follu.vs:
Arrangements- Vm. Itapnzo Lliulr
nun, M, Comes, R. Knlaunwa. lie
freshmcnls: Wm Medelios cliulrinuu,
M. Conies. O. II. Muelmdo, Willlmii
Mnrnhall, 11, K. Asum. I'loor muiia
ger: J (liiildu.
The funeral of tim lulu Albert J
l.jiin was held Jjiom tho family it'Hl
ilen.ti on Annpiinl street Sunday fore'
noon. There nus a general out-tiirii-
ing of the many linn fi lends Mr. l.yoti
uiado during lila life hern unit the ser
ilcea tti-ru parllculurly upprofrlulo to
Mio (pilet, home-loving llfu ho led.
Tho Rirlcpu were conducted by the
Iliiv. Doieinim Scudder, whoso scrlji
turn detections nnd brief remarks were
especially fitting. Ho noted that "Love'
was tho keynote, of tho life of Mr. I.yon
nml slum his time hud romo how thor
rughly In keeping were the very lnsl
moments of his sluy on' earth.
A ipiarlrt mudu up of Miss Million
Hell, Mis. Doughiss, T Cllvo D.ivloi'
and Arthur 1". Wall sung "Jesus Lover
of My Soul," "It Is Well Willi M
Soul," nml "Newer My (loil to Thee
Tim enskrt mid til" loom wliei.i It test
ed bur.1 beiiutlful' floral emblems from
the host of ft lends who extended their
i.jmpulliy to the hei en veil. After tho
BiTiiiea mo iriiiuuin vveie uorili) innil
ui nom i.y nn. fonuwing pan i,.ar
I r" ,',',,1- I- l-nwrcy, Kied. Hush, I,
bcrvhcs Iho lemulns were bonm from
Tenney I'nck, (leneinl D.ivls III. H. A
lellreil), John T. Wui'ien, I'. I,, (lib
Kim. I'ratiii i:, Tlininpson mul Kiigiuc
Cutting. Thu luo hut nuiiicd icpin
Mlileil llm Dnlei'lif CII.K,
Thu boOy will bu ueiuuleil, Hits ills
piwlllilll lii'lllB llliuln by illllwllun u(
Mr I,) mi.
Do I Need
? No, I uon't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
1 BOSTON BLOCK. con
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDQ.. 176-130 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
AGAINST JIANGO PEST
Tho Departmeiu of Agriculture and
Forestry nre norklug In the e.leaor
to destroy n neu blight which hue
been uttucklng sumo inuiigo liees
ucs. of Hiinoliilu. The work In belug
rushed that the new pent may not
have time tu spieud mid Is being done
In a rattier unusual manner.
Tho tree which In found to lie nf
fected In corred with it largo tent,
lusldo of wblib fumes of liyilrocjuiilc
acid in ii luiueil louse mid 111 u fen
'ilniituu all llm paraul'.cu lu the- tent
lira (1,'Hlruji il. There Is no Injury
doui) to the tree by llio fumigation
This .same i;u3 Is usud by the I)e
paiit.iivnt for tim killing of u number
the steamers I rum (he Cuu.st lu tho
shipments of fiehh flult Among Ihu
wrost pf these Is Ihu San Jnsu hi-ali'.
A gieut deal of the fruit which bni
been biought to llitn .It) of lute hail
been subjected In llib. bydroeyuulc
nelil gns treatment on Ibis nuoiint.
BIG NEW ZEALAND TIRE
Wellington. N. '.., Oil. .21. Tho
Dillon uiul New Smith Wale, bunks, tbu
L'ouiuieicljl hotel mul others h.ie
bo. ii burned.
STORM CAUSES DAMAGE
Salt Uike, lllah, Oct. 21. A sloriu lu
IIiIh lu-lglibiirliooil has .uiiseil u h",
uf a ipimlei- million dulhiid.
TRIBESMEN SEIZE TOWN
Tangltr, Ott. 21 - Tilbetunen liae
colzeil the Ion n uf Arglllu nml nssuiued
Its got eminent.
BIG COMPANY FAILS
Oct. St. The Aibulhnol
has suspended with heaty
FORMINQ FRENCH CABINET
l'arls. Oct, 21. M. Clemenccau Is en
gaged In forming u Cabinet,
LYNCHING AT MOBILE
Mobile. Ala.. Oct. 21 A uegio was
lynilied hero yesterday.
MINE SINK8 STEAMER
vii.tiw..i..k ni ,i -n... u',,-1 ,ui.
n .oasllug Vessel', "struck u Homing
mine mul f.iuudeied. Two bundled
passengers weio di.ivvned, but one be
BANNERMAN A PEER
London, Oct. 22. II Is ruiunied that
Sir Henry Ciiiupliell-Ilaiinernuiu will
be elevated l u peerage, leinnliilng as
I'remler, mul that Sir llerbeit Akqultli
House of Commons.
Toklo, OU 20. Strong resentment Is
fell line over thu iictlou of San Trim-
rls.o Is segiegutlng thn Jupanesn lu thu
EXPERT AFTER GRAFTERS
San Krnn.ls.n, Oct 20. I'm nc I a J,
Heney. ivlm prosecuted the Oregon hind
frauds, will nsalst Attorney l.iingdon
1 nlbe prosecution uf local gmfleis,
rilOM CUBA TO PANAMA
Waahlngiiiii, Oil 2d - Herbert (I
S'lUleis milliliter in Cubi, has been
niinlmid United III.Hi's Minister lii
-' ' i i
Nuifiilii, Vn )ii. an All iiiiI.iiii
(.iwiiinr ii imlmiu iicur lure,
IN TWENTY-rOUR VOLUMES,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Piof. of Greek In ll.irvard Unl.erclty.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLC ACES;
MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Payments At
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
FORT AND HOTEL" STREETS
SAFE8, IRON FENCE.
ly reiont to a remark that aphearcd
lu jour editorial notes of your weekly
Ustic. Oct. lit li. lz,: "that I would ns
slat Mr. .mob Coerper of Kona to pu
rify politics lino."
In icply to this I wish to say that
1st, I am not associated with this Juk
lu politics nor do I endorne bis caudl
illt.Hhlp ns Representative from West
Hawaii; mid 2ndly. I do not think It
mi honor to our little family In having
our num.) draggud in Ihu panels lu
luiupauj with that of Mr. Cu.rjrt-r's af
ter the trial at the last Koh'ala term
I shall be grateful to sou If eucb re
tnarkt will not occur again.
MAItY 11. ATClilMtLUY.
CORNWELL AND VIVAS
(Continued from Paot 1.)
Mr. Com well's ilicam Is to get tho
inajoilty of the llimr.l of Hupervlsots,
and If ever bis lifelong ambition Is nt
luiueil ho will lest easy ou ills laurels
and bo llm Muipby of Wulluku lu Its
model u uic.ptcd sense. In his ll
lades ngatust Iho Itepiiblban admin
Istialiou of Mnul County, both lu his
spuihcH nt Molokul mid nt l.iihalun,
Mr. Cornwell .barged County Kugl
ueer II. Howell with smuggling Into
Hie July County pay roll uu Hem for
uoik dono un tho tmw luo load when
that road was still under tbu thurgu
of tho Tvrillory. Thu claim, amuuiil
lug to ?;s2.!i5, was npiiroved nnd or
ileied paid by Hie llunril of Supervt
sins nt tbu Oitober meeting, and thus
he .latins over filuo of thu County's
paltry earnings wero used for paying
a chilm Incurred by thu Tciiltory.
Lust September thu Hoard appro
printed $2ri()u, Mr. Cornwell concur
ling, for finishing tho luo road, which
was given up by Ihu bondsmen of thu
louiruitors of said toad. Mr. Corn
well claims that thu County had no
hiislncis to pay uuy of tho claims
whll.i tbu loud was still under tho
Territory. Hut Mr. Howell claim
Hint the Iloanl bad authorized him,
Mr. Cornwell approving, tu borrow
money irom thu bank to pu thu said
Mr. Coiuwell denies over having
mudu such ui agreement, mill It now
leinuliis u matter of vciuclly between
Mr. Howell und Mr. Cornwell. Mr.
Cornwell will hoou go to Hiinn and
muKii use of this argument tu defeat
llala of 1 latin mid lu fnur of Ahiilll,
for lu the latter Mr. Cornwell sees u
most willing Idol for him, If thu
'' I"'luru "'"lvo lllu i"airy of
Mr. Cornwell mad.) his speech lu
n moil .onvln.lng way which took
the eiowd by storm, und II will tako
a long llino beforu tho Cornwell tldo
will bepiu to ebb ut Luliuluu. Mr.
Cornwell was most cautious In hla
lemaiks ut Lahalnu nut to offend the
. . ' ,,' '. Ml. ' ,Ih.
fig that M . 1h
veteian publlelst, Mr. Hciining, by
Heiiulug wuh not
luini was passed,
lining could not
be blamed for the passage of tho
claim; but ho said U lu u tone a la
Mark Antony, mid even his winds of
high nupicilntlou of Mr. llennlng
(ouvejed tbu opposlto lueuiilng to his
nudllois, nnd thus Mr. Cornwell of
Wulhapu succeeded most cunningly In
. IiIm Hint nollllcul nlleimit to knifo
llennlng III bis uw'ti precinct In favor
of (1, Kauhl, the Homo Itulu caiull
ilnto nf Lnlmlim illHtrlit for Hiinorvl.
when tho Ilepublliuti Hiipcrvlkiir
' ,,pp,.ui in answer the clmiges
immlu by Mr. Coiuwell, lh lutter'a
tlnr, which seemed of lulu In bo uu
the iiu.eudaut. If Judged by llm Lu-
liulim mvelliig, will boon nppear lll.o
a louienl. rug und liil.u lis pioper
pluro lu tho wchteni lioiUmi with otli
cr lesser uulelllicu uf ihu Milt, I umg
i It inlt.
'llm Inlliiwllig Is llll llklll I nip)' lit
Hid lillmilcs uf t'ounty I'lcilv V. I'.
J Kuan, iiuw iiii lllu III bis mill ii lii Wul
I "Wnlluku, Oil I, Ibuii,
TOR COUNTY AUDITOR
Special la thr tlulUlin
Wnlluku, Maul, Oct in. M. K. Keo
hokalole, the Home llul" cmidldiite for
Auditor, filed bis nomination papers
with County Clerk Knao last Wednes
day mornliig, nml If tho twenty days
prior to eleition as calculated by thu
County Clrk of O.iliu County were
correct, then .Mr Keohol'.alolo tiled his
papers loo late mid may bo considered
out of Iho race. Pimp. 7. sec, 17 of
County Act of 100J, linn -I, pago 7,
reads: " mul who rliull have been u
duly qualified elettor of snld Territory
nml of tho County lu which ho shnll
be elided for at least Gnu year next
prior to his election," mid 3lnco K'eo
hokalole wan still an elector of Oabti
County one ear ago next NoM-mbci-Cth,
Chns. Wilcox, tho Kepuhllean can
illdate for Auditor, would not have to
over-exert himself In order to get elect
ed, for his opponent h not eligible ro
cay many of tho legnl lights of Maul
County, according to the strict Inter
pretation of Hip law. T. II. I.yonu,
Home Itute candidate for Treasurer,
was shown the uboe fectiou of the
law, hut lie did not earo In express nn
opinion, preferring to leao the solu
tion of the section tu such shining legal
lights as W. A. Kinney and Jus, I..
"Hoard ciiiuo to ouler nt 2 p. in..
Church presiding, Renter, Meyer,
Cornwell und Church present. Hen
nlng came In later (.1 p. in.).
"Cornwell then muted tho adoption
nt resolutions from Noa. (.41 to C$7,
both Inclusive, which motion was
seconded by Iteuter and carried unan
imously." The following is a copy of the res
olutluii Introduced by Mr. Cornwell,
No. 1178, for the payment ol a claim
of $G82.S5 by 22 laborem on the Neu
Ian road, viz.:
"Walluttii. Maul, T. II.. Oct. 4, 1900.
"Mr. Cornwell presents and moiw
tin) adoption of Iho following resolu
"He It Resolved by the Hoard of
Supervisors of tho County of Maul,
T." 11., that wu hereby approc I'ay
Roll Demands numbered 1CS, und
the Auditor and Treasurer of tho
County of Maul are hereby notllleil
that the above liumbeied Demands
have been approved und' ordered paid
out of the appropriation known as ac
count New luo Itoad,
"Motion set onded by Heuler,
"Vote Ayes: Church, Meer, Ren
ter, Cornwell. No: none. Total, 4."
According to the nbovu resolution,
which was one of the many Introduced
by Mr. Cornwell, It was Mr. Cornwell
himself who moved thu adoption of
thu resolution favorlug tho payment
of $CS".SS to tho 22 laborers who work
oil on tbu loo Itoad diiilug tho month
In Ills haste to pass mauy resolu
tions tu bis credit that day lu order
to cum his monthly stipend, Mr. Corn
well never examined carefully tlu-so
claims which ho now howls about bo
f.nu his cunstlliients, mid make,s po
litical capital out of II by saying that
lie wasn't u paity to such a shady
And even If ho did Know about It,
then ho Intentionally laid a beautiful
snare tu catch other inembeis of thu
Hoard ot KupenUors lu order to
burn them up later on llm political
forum, ns bo Is doing with evident
success ut pteuont. Hut tho effect of
It will redound lo It lit Injuiy, for poli
ticians of such slump mo belter anni
hilated than allowed to now seods of
discontent vvlili Intentional false
hoods. It is about time tbu Haw all
ium worortTwam of theso delusions by
their so called friends, but really
their worst enemies In disguise, who
uiu professing outward undying lovu
fur the Hawnllans lu order to bury
the poor, misguided Huwullutis deep
er Into tho mho of oblivion than they
liiiva eer been before.
I.lhue. Kiiual. Oct. 1C Tho Hepuh
llcali County Commllleo of the County
or Kuual held n meeting last Haiuruu
tor the purpose of Inylng pluns for th(
(nmpalgu nnd devising means for the
defraying thu expenses to be Incurred
In this ronnc"tlon. The latter purl of
tho program wus left largely In the
Hands of the Ire.ihiuer, but the meet
ing mapped out llm former fully, llx
Ing thu dates when the candidate ure
to enlighten the public upon their su-
peilorlty over others lu the diffricnt
All thn candidates nt Inigo are to
meet at l.lhtio In Rutin day the 20th,
when they will address the voters ut
the Social Ilnll ut 7:.IU In the evening.
Tho tiext day being Bunduy they will
travel us fur as llaiialr-l. wheio tliei
will rcbt up for the atrenuuiis week
that lies before them.
Monday, the 22nd, there will lis meet
tngs ut Haoun In tho forenoon and Wul
nllia In the afternoon lu thn evculiiii
they will address thu voters nt Ilnn-i-lel.
Tuesday the 23nl will seo tho caudl
ilates ut Kllauea. whom them will bu n
meeting at noon. In Ilia evening they
Mil Un found ut Knpuu, wheio they tun
bo heard ut the Court House,
Wednesday tin. 21th. Koloa will
have u diuugn In the evening tu boat
whut they have to say.
Thursday, the 2.1th, will be devoted
lo ll.inupepu, kIsii In tbu evening
1'rlilay Iho 2Cth they will urrlve ul
Kckiilin und lu ihn iiftcriioon will niy
U few Wdrila lu behalf of thn Hcpilbllcmi
,rnty und Ihemtielve.. lu the residents
of Hie leioml preilucl
IVIdiiy llie2iilli will neu litem safe
ly Ihiough llm hirilent purl of their
labor when iltny have iiidicap, the
Wilem uf Wnlllli'il
llm (iiiiMiiliiui iilnii ilerldi'il Hint Hit
liililllllllei'liiiii III Hid NdVdllll ifriii'ls
I'liiullil IimI.ii I lie iicieM.ni) ti . it f t
Hindu fur pUi wlK'iu llm nutiiul
Opposes Brown, Gear,
Yida And Chillingworth
BUT mm ENDORSED
KALAUOKALANI, W. O. SMITH
AND M'CARTY FORM MIXED
SENATORIAL TICKET OF
The Civic Federation has finally
come out In tho open and has an
nounced the candidates whom it will
support and those It will opposo. It
claims that it has Investigated their
records and upon this It illvlden them
into three classes -those It endorses,
tboiu ll opposes, and the rest, as fol
Candidates Endorsed bv the
Kor the Ton llorlnl Senate 1).
Kulaiiokulanl. C. J. McCarthy, W. O.
Kor Representatives Fourth Dis
trict: A. I). Castro, John A. Hughes,
I.'d. Inghmu. K. A. C. Long, K. W.
Qulnn, W. T. Itawllns. Fifth District:
S. I'. Correa, 11. W. Lelelwl, Ed. L.
Like, J. L. Paoo. J. M I'oepoe
For Sheriff C. l laiikca.
For County Attorney. W.
For County Treasurer II.
For County Clerk D. Kalauoka-
For County Auditor James Blck-
For Supervisor at-Large W. W.
Harris, F. H. Harvey.
For County Supervisors S. C.
Dvvlght, J, J, Fern. C. Hustace Jr.,
Honolulu: J. l'aele. Koolau: Andrew
Cov, Wulmino and Walalua; Frank
Archer, John Defrles, Kwa.
lor Deputy Sheriffs W. V. Jar-
rett, Honolulu: Frank I'alila, Koolau
poko; L. II, Nalnoa, Koolauloa; Oscar
Cox. Wnlalua; 11. L. (lllllland. M. K.
There arc several cases In which a
word of explanation with reference to
the above list of endorsed candidates
Is called for. )
Tho Federation deemt the office of
Sheriff tbo most ItoDtlrlant In HilR
campaign, The'rccoTa of the preseut
Sheriff s glaringly evident and needs
no comment. The prostitution of tho
police force from lis legitimate sphere
Is so complete that It no longer
stands for public service. It has be
come the p'ersnnkl political weapon
of Its chief. The one Imperative clvlo
demand of the hour is to overthrow
this corrupt, menacing political ma
chine whlfii Is degrading and debauch
lug our clly.
There ran bo no question that the
nominee of the Republican conven
tion, Mr. Calhcart, for County Attor
ney Is by fur the more capable crlml
nul lawyer of the two candidates for
this position. Uut ho Is so complete
ly Identified witli thu Ilrown machine
that the Interests uf good government
demand tho election of Mr. Thayer.
Thu Federation fluds It an unpleas
ant duty to drop from its endorsed
list thu name of such nn excellent
public servnnt as Mr. F. T. V. Water
bouse. Ills record In the 1-eglslaturo
was good and he should havo been re
tained there. When the list of nomi
nees for Representatives from the
Fifth Dlstilct Is scanned, the action
of thu Republican Convention lu fall
lug tu put Mr. Waterhnuso In nomina
tion for Itepieseutatlvu assumes thn
dimensions of civic treachery. Ho
should have been renominated and ho
loiild have been elected. Hut the ma
chine took his nunie from this posi
tion In order to usu his popularity as
a club lo strlko down Mr. II. II. Trent.
Iho Incumbent of the office. Mr. Trent
bus done superior service as County
Ti eusurer, ami deseives re-election
on his recoid us u rebuko to tbo ma
chine. Thu Federation believes that Men
trs. M. O. K. Hopkins and C. II. Hoso
uiu excellent candidates for the of
fices for which they havo been named.
Hut thu Civil Service Iteform princi
ple, defended for years by our honor
ed president mid everywhere widely
aecepled by thu American people,
aught lo prevail In Hawaii, namely:
Hint a fultliful, elllcleut, public serf
nut should bo retained lu office.
Messrs. 1). Kalauukalanl Jr. and Jan.
Hlckuell fill this ieo,u!remeut and they
Thu second list ot candidates com
prises thoso whoso election tho Civic
Federation opposes. They are as fol
lows: Candidates Opposed by the
C. F. Chllllngworlh, for tho Senate.
A. M. Urown, for Sheriff.
A. V. Gear, for Supervisor, Hono
lulu. II.. C. Vlda, for Deputy Sheriff of
Tho third list comprises the names
of nil thu other candidates not con
till lied lu thn above two. und wham
tbu Civic Federatlun can not seo Its
wuy clear to endorse. There seems
no need tu print their names.
F. I). M'BTOCKF.IL
C. II. DIOKKY.
Committee ou Candidates.
DAVID l WITHINdTON,
took i of sorts, ltdfera
etc . inuiiiifurtiircd by the Uulletlu Pub.
! -i ? t M -i !
ti'CfiiiiKs iiuiid bu livid, mul iimku thu
Hum mul pl.ii'u known in ihu yuieis,
llrli'giiln K.iIiiiiIiiiiihiIii Is tupnlt.l
In iiimu ilmvn iuu join u cmiipulKti.
u In ihidr uboin,-u,ni Uiu,
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