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Vol. X1II No 35:12
Extra Mainland Election Extra
But Break Ma) Be
Made In Legislature
VOTING IN ALLJPRECINCTS IS SLOW
In npltc of the predictions to the leading, but laukca Is putting up a
tontrary, tho election lias no fnr boon Rood run. Tlio two candidates nro
carried on in tho most orderly and sue- about even In Homo precincts, both In
rcssful manner, and no disturbances tho Fourth nnd tho Fifth, but In oth
havo marked tho quiet carrying out of crs, as for Instance tho Third of tho
tho work. The saloons, and also the Fourth nnd several precincts of tho
rafes aro closed, nnd no drunkenness Fifth. Drown leads. Inuken, seems to
or disorderly conduct Is nntlccnblc. bo lending In one preelnct.
8ome Precincts Slow Supervisor MIx-Up
In tho morning It wns feared that n Tho 8uperlsorlnl IIrIiI Is every bit
number of voters In Homo of tho InrR. ns mixed up ns that of tho Senators.
er precincts would bo shut out on nc-
count of tbo slow voting caused prln-
clpslly by the largo number or cnndl
dates running. Whllo In somu pre'
.clnctH tho voting wns rapid, oven ox
tranrdlnarlly so, it was so slow In oth'
crs as to show that If It did not lm
prove, somo would bo shut out. hulcr
In tbo day thcro was, however, con
Hldcrablo improvement caused In somo
precincts by tho addition of extra
shelves, so that flvo Instead of thrco
-voters could bo accommodated at
Protetta Filed """"'
A few protests were filed, but theso
were against Individual voters nnd on
the matter of taking snmplo ballots
Into the booths. Thoy wero all satis
factorily settled by tho Inspectors, and
In no caso have they as yet been car
tied to either Clerk Knlauoknlanl or
Chief Clerk rtuckland.
Tho Hoard of Registration was In
hCHslon all day, sitting In the hallway
of thn Capitol building. During tbo
forenoon about b score of voters camo
to bo transferred from tho precincts
In which they had been placed by er
ror to tho ones wbcro they belonged.
Taking It as a whole, the rtcpnbll.
ran ticket Is well in tho lend, hut. as
Ihero Is a largo number of split tick
ets, It Is difficult to keep track of tho
run mado by tbo Individual candldatcr,
Thcro are, of course, somo cnnJI
dates, as Prince Kuhlo, D. Kalauoka
lanl, C. F. Chllllngworth. Sheriff Brown
nnd J. W. Cuthcnrt, whoso election Is
As regards tho rest of tho Senatorial
ticket. Ilroad Is polling tho largest
vote In tho Fifth, and Is followed by
Chllllngworth. W. p. Smith Is doing
wen in tho Fourth and fairly well In
wen in mo rourth and fairly well In
parts of tho Fifth, but not a great deal
seems to bo heard of McCandlcss. Col.
McCarthy Is making a fairly good
show in tho Fourth, but Is weak In
In thn Shrievalty fight Brown Is
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ing garments that will
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COHN-H FORT AND HOTEL. STB,
Joo Fern was undoubtedly lending In
the Filth. Hiistnco nnd dear followed
111 in. In tho Fourth, lltistaco lead his
follows, but A. V. dear Is nlmnst neck
nnd neck with him.
Harris Ir running well In the Fourth
but In tho Fifth Hnrvey is ahead of
Tho chances of Vidn aro good In tho
Fifth, where ho has n good lead. In
tho Fourth he is not doing so well.
Dlckncll Is ahead of Charles Roso In
both' districts, The same Is the case
with Cathcart, who is well ahead of
Thayer. Kalaunkalanl Is sweeping ov"
erythlng before him. Trent leads Ya.
tcrhouso In tho Fifth. In tho Fourth
tho voto Is about even.
4th DISTRICT, 10 a. m,
First Preelnct, Fourth Dlttrlct
In tho First of tbo Fourth n different
situation wns found. Tho voto was
lornlng in more slowly nnd evidently
there wns n Rood deal of scratching ro-
lug oil. The nntlvo voto was coming
out very slowly nnd out of 374 voters
on tho list only 72 hnd voted nt 10
o'clock. At this time, however, thcro
were nearly 20 in lino waiting for a
chnnco to get to tha booths. In the
first hour 47 votes wore cast.
Two candidates had voted In this
precinct, Samuel Noar and Kd. Ingham.
It Is Sheriff lirown's homo nrcclnct but
ho had not voted though ho went pnst
In an automobile, and was cheered by
tho crowd at tbo booth. There were a
couple of Democratic workers at this
precinct hut they did not seem to take
very much Interest In what was going
8econd Precinct, Fourth District
In tho Second of tho Fourth tha poll
ing place Is at tho corner of Voting and
Alexander streets and tho voto thero
up to 10.15 was 87 out of a possible
243. Tho haolo voters from Manoa val.
ley camo In early and according to tho
Republican watrhcra vnieil n eimlnht
ticket as nearly as could bo told. Two
if rftvrri htuttm flirMra
Fop Kuhio and Brown
SPLIT TICKETS HAVE BEEN FEW
A lour of the voting precincts at .1 o'clock this afternoon found
all ths Republican workers hlgh'y dated over the progress of the
day's balloting. ,
The Fifth District will be swept by tho Republicans and the Fourth
4 will not fall behind. Tho greater part of the split ticket voting has
been In tho Fourth and In tho precincts whore the limited Civic Fed
cratton Influence Is welded.
The Hawallans generally hnvo voted for Kuhlo nnd Brown. Their
ote hag been a straight vote and tlils Is what will carry through tho
weak ones on tho ticket.
A fair count will snow an overwhelming Republican majority.
John 1-nnc, the Republican lead-
er In the Fifth District, Is rejolc-
Ing. Me mild to n Bulletin man
t this afternoon:
4 ' i nc Fifth District Is doing Just
as I said it would. Them is prac-
Democratic workers were on hand ot
this precinct curly In tho morning hut
left nnd had not been heard from up to
iO.IS. Fifty-two ballots were catt In
tho first hour,
From the indications this precinct
fchould go Republican., for tho cntlie
ticket for a heavy majority. The haole
opposition to Brown seems to have fad'
fid away and there Is a strong sentiment
In his favor ns against laukca, both
with natives and haolcs.
Third Precinct, Fourth Dlttrlct
The Third I'roclnct of tho Fourth,
tho polling place of which Is at Kccau
moku street and Wilder avenue, had
cast one-third of Its 100 ballots at
10:20. Thcro wero evidently very many
fctralght tickets'. The Brown men wore
exuberant In their statements of pleas
ure at the way tho voters wero turning
out. There wero a couplo of Civic Fed
eration watchers hero but no Demo
crats, tho latter seeming to have given
up tho fight.
In this precinct tho leaders of tbo
ticket should bn I'rlnco Cupid, Chll
llngworth, W. T, Rawlins, Ilustaco and
D. Kalsuokalanl, Jr. Brown should poll
a larger vote than In the last election
from the wny matters look, getting bo
twecn 200 and 225 votes out of the en
tire 300. Vlda will probably run behind
his ticket In this prcclncL
Fourth Precinct, Fourth Dlttrlct
In tho Fourth Precinct of the Fourth
at Thomas Square, a record was mado
for quick voting which is seldom beat
en. In the first C7 minutes C3 votes had
been cast, almost entirely for tho Re
publican candidates. D. I Wlthlng
ton ot the Civic Federation voted and
Mated that ho had voted a full ticket
nnd with one exception had been able
to And men among tho candidates on
tho thrco tickets whom ho could feel
would be for tho Interests of good gov
ernment. Thero appeared to bo llttlo scratching
In this precinct, tho voters marking
their Imllotis with llttlo hcsltatloln and
staying In tho booths for only a short
time. Thcro were 284 votes In the en
tire precinct, and at 9:15, 90 ballots
l'.ad been rast.
Fifth Precinct,, Fourth District
What has much the appoaranco ot an
Are Greatly To Be Desired In a
Trustee, Guardian or Executor.
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Thete Qualities It To Be Found
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OF HAWAII. TUKBPAY.
-t tlcally no scratching. That old
4- hen docs not and nccr did belong
In tho Firth. Wo will put the en- t
t- tire ticket thinugh In our district
and If there Is only a halfway sup-
port elsewhere tho whole tlrkct Is
rlerted rlRht now."
organized attempt to ko?p somo of the
Republican voters from casting their
Lallnts marked the voting at the Fifth
Precinct polls of the Fourth Dlstilct
this morning. Kven with four tickets
on tho ballot. It should not take a man
trom 10 to 15 minutes to work his bal
lot. A considerable number of the
Democratic, voters were taking that
amount of time, and. holding back tho
long lino of men awaiting their turns
to get Into tho boothB,
So slow was tho voting there that nt
tho end of tho first hour only 39 men
had voted, nnd as thcro aro 417 reg
istered voters In tho precinct, atlcast
350 of whom will probably coma to the
rolls. It was evident that at that rate
they could not all get a chance to vote.
To remedy this troublo and give
every man a square deal and a chance
to cast his ballot, tho election Inspect
ors of the Fifth Precinct of tho Fourth
District agreed to have two extra
bhclves put up In tho corners of tho
loom, nt which nny voters to Inclined
might mark their ballots. As much
secrecy Is obtained In this way us if
tho man wero In ono of tho thrco
booths. Thcrc Is no compulsion In the
matter: no nun Is ohliecd tn iiho nnn fir
I the shelves unless ho Is so Inclined.
But every man who marks his ballot at
u shelf is required to step Into one
ot tho booths before depositing It, so
that tho letter of tho law shall be ob
served and no troublo may arise later.
At 9:55 u. m. only 7 votes had been
cast out of the total number of 417 rcg.
letcred. The first man on the list and
the last man bad voted.
There Is no disorder around the vot
ing place How the voting Is going Is
difficult to say. Cbarllo Robo expressej
tho opinion that tho Republicans aro
trying to do the Democrats up In tho
County offices. There appears to bo
Sixth Precinct, Fourth District
At the polls of tho Sixth- Precinct ot
the Fourth District tho voting Is pro
BresBlng rapidly, averaging about 60
an nour. At a:3G, 85 votes bad been
cast out or tho total of 480 registered.
One voto, that' of Mocnahclo, was chal
lenged, on tho votor's being under uge,
but bo sworn It In. The general Im
pression around tho voting place Is that
things look good for tho Republican
candidates, though there appears to bo
Seventh Precinct, Fourth Dlttrlct
At 10:20, 118 ballots out or a total
icglstratlon or 348 hud been cast In the
fioventb Precinct or tho Fourth DIs
trlct. At that hour tlioro wero only u
low people around tho voting place, but
one voter being In tbo booths. The vot
ing, so far as can bo judged, seems to be
most straight ticket voting, with tho
Republican candidates loading, Hv
erythlng Is quiet and orderly and thero
huwi In on no rhulluiigcs,
(Continued on Page 2)
NOVEMBER 6. 11M)K
(Attoeialut Prt$t Special Cable;
NEW YORK, N. V., Nov. 6. The
returnt from 438 election districts out
side of New York City give Hughes
76386 and Heartt 68,901.
The tame dlttrlcti In 1904 gave
Hlgglns (Republican) 96,488 and Her
rick (Democrat) 68,412.
Forty election dlttrlcti of 855 In
Manhattan and Bronx give Heartt 7r
134 and Hughes 4,770.
In Brooklyn, 20 district! of 507 give
Hughet 2,462 and Heartt 2,032.
Complete returnt from Buffalo give
Hughet 31,982 and Heartt 32,012. Thla
It a Democratic gain of 2,118.
From Elmyra the count It given at
Hughet 3,146 and Heartt 3347, a Re
publican Iota ot 1,008.
In New York
(Af minted Prm Aprrtal Cabin
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 6. Pretl.
dent Roosevelt voted this morning at
Oytter Bay. The uncertainty regard
ing mott of the States la cautlng In
In Boeton 163 precincts out of 201
give Moran, the Democratic candi
date, 15,207 and Guild (Republican)
A Democratic paper In Z ' con
cedes Hughes 500 plurality over
ncarst in Erie County.
The vote In New York City Is very
heavy and over 300 arrettt for fraudu
lent voting have been ,made. Many
Indictments were made Immediately,
but there hat been no teriout trouble
at the polls.
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cat., Nov. 6.
A big vote Is being cast in thit city
and throughout the 8tate. There have
been no disturbances.'
The Democrati and the Independ
ence League each claim they will elect
the Governor of the State.
The count will be tlow In all placet
except thlt city and other placet using
Don't let your vnlu
emblaagret away from you
whtsn you hnvo protec
tlon right at your hand.
We (irtspreparud to take
cartj of them In our natm
deposit vault and guar
Truat Company Utd.
Holiday Time Now
and nothing would pletse your friends
on the mainland more than a box of
pineapples or a bunch of bananas,
LEAVE ORDERS AT
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(Special Cable to Tho Bulletin )
SAN FRANC ISCO. 0:30 V. It.
Ni:V YORK, Nov. G. KlRht hun ored nnd four election districts outside!
this city Rlvo Hughes 137..11 and Hear M 117.278. '
The same districts In 1901 gave II Iggins 151.210 and derrick, Democrat,
Two hundred and forty election dl strlcts in tlreater New York glvo
Hearst 45.09S and Hughes 31,032.
Tho Now York Herald, In Its biles t edition snys tho result is doubtful
with the probable election of llimlirn, the Republican candidate.
Tho Brooklyn Kagln. Democratic, says that Hearst has carried Brooklyn
by 15,000 and tlreater New York by t'.u. ftoo,
Republicans Have , ;
BOSTON,- Not. 6. The Republicans claim tho election of Guild, their
candidate for Governor, by a big majority.
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i Prospect Bright
! For Straight Ticket!
"The outlook Is excellent lor
ticket." said Chairman Tlnbertsun
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4- the political situation,
X Sheriff Brown when seen liv a
afsa, I '.'''''"'"'""gBBMwsjJwa-giqaaj.
x ornoon, mado tho following statement In regard to tho outcome of the
X election: . ?
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x Tho Fifth District will give us a solid voto and I expect wo will got K
. at least 3000 votcH In tho Fourth. The ticket should b elected from top X
x. to bottom. Wo might nH well buy tho brooms now. Tbrro has been X
a llttlo scratching In the Fourth District, which was to bo expected V
x but tbo Fifth has come through In flno shape, nnd wo aro now cor- K
'x tnlu of tho outcome." y.
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