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gVBOTNq BULMBITN, nONOLULD, T. II. TUESDAY, NOV. 0
Of the Campaign j
Held By the
The record-breaking rally of tho.
campaign was thn one held by Hie Ho
publicans nt Aula liar It last night. It
was Imrqcnse. Tim whnlo big pails
teemed filled with n nt ctliln muss nt
ntteiitlvo listener) who had etmio mil
tto hear what thn candidate had lu say
on the evo of election.
It was a glorious wind-up of a hot
campaign, and If tho numbers present
are to be taken ns an Indication of th
way thn election Is going, tho Republi
cans have nothing to fear
The general nUltude of the nuillenco
was not one of wild enthusiasm. It was
one of close attention, of a desire to
nettle nny remaining doubts, to con
firm previous Judgment or made a llnnl
decision nil to tho candidates to bo vot
The lack of the wild cheering that
marked the earlier rallies of the cam
paign was distinctly not tin tinfuvor
able fi'itme. The general atmosphere
of thn meeting showed th.it. It merely
betokened the fait that the audlcnia
was so Interested In what the speakers
had to Hay they were unwilling to run
the risk of losing n word by maMiie
A feature of the meeting was the
music, whlrh wun suppllid by the Ka
walahao orchestra and Krnest Kaal's
Glee Club, usslttcd by Mrs. Alapal. The
tendering of tho new campaign song
to the tuno of Honolulu llclgh was ev
tcclally well ricelved.
The stnge was decorated with Hags
of various kinds (Iter the Bput wheio
the speakers slood was draped the flag
uf tho Union, while other Hugs wer
hung about thn walls of the stand.
John Ijtie acted as chairman of the
evening. He Introduced tlin speakers
III a particularly pleasing manuir, mid
his lutroductor) remirks eol.ed much
Moving In and out through the rrowd
during thn early part of the evening
was nn audacious Democratic trans
parency bearing the words "Volo for
II. T. Moore." Hut tho atmosphere ol
tho meeting seemed unfavorable and
niter flaunting Itself for u while in tho
lam of the candidates, it disappeared
no hoom kou a nr.i-oit.M pau rv
After u brief address by Juscph Kn
lama, ehulrman John Ume Introduced
A. Lewis, Jr. Mr. U'wls said that elec
tlou day means a great deil lo Hawaii
and In the Hcpubllian party. The Mit
ers ought, ho said, to prove to tho world
that they are fitted for tho exercise of
free nnd unlimited franchise. Ho urged
them to ote for all tho Hcnubltcaii
candidates. "This hi not a caso of
'turn tho inskals out,"' said Lewis, "It
Is a case of send the gentlemen back,
There Is no room for a reform paity
to step lu hero.
l.wli referred lo the statement limit'
by one of tho Democratic speukcrH at
the dehite Saturday night, that tho
United States has Intervened In Cuba,
and that a Itepubllcau President is go
liiK to annex Cuba. This, sfttd Ia'wU,
li. nn admission on the part of the
Democrats that they expect there will
ulways be a Republican President.
Lewis denied that tho llepubllcan party
has any Intention of acquiring c'ubn.
They have Intervened only for the good
of Cuba herself. Hut If at some time It
should lie necessury for the United
States to Inter wile permanently, thn
Republicans will sen that the American
IlilnrestH nre protected.
Lewis summed up what the llcpublf
cuu party has done for Hawaii. "What
It has done -for jou," ho said, "proves
that It can ho trusted. I trust that to
morrow morning every one of you will
east a Republican vote."
Lewis was followed by J. II. K. Kalco,
who spoke' briefly on tho Issues of the
rjmpalgn and urged the supiHirl of tho
At the conclusion of Kaleo's address
Lriust Kual sang ann of thn old ll.v
P. E. R. Strauch
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for a chort time only,
Two story Residence, Young Street
Lot 75 X J 50.
Residence of Mr, Chuck Hoy, Kame
hameha IV Road; lot 170x200.
A Cosy Home on Klnaii Street
llullillnu lots at all
Cash and on ImUlm.nl
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watlnn songs, nsclsted b Mrs. Alapal.
who was stationed out In the crow I.
The song n roused thn greatest enthus
iasm. A. I). Castro urged the oterg to place
ihelr dtsllnles atiil those of their laud
In the blinds of rcspousble men by
electing the Republican candidates. If
you won't responsible men to III! these
positions of trust, he told the voters,
it Is J our duty to vote tho straight Ho
After n speech by H P. Correa, Mrs
Alapal nnd i:rnest Kaal's orchestra reu
dcrcd tho llepubllcan campaign song
to the tune or Honolulu Hula, Hula,
Heigh. It was recehed with a storm of
applause that would not stop until thw
song was repeated. The mention of
Henry Vlda's iinmu lu (he song nrouitii)
the greatest enthusiasm.
Hon. James Donsett was tho next
speaker to address the big crowd. A
(. member of the last Iglslalure, h
Bald that tho finaiUM of the Territory
wero never In a beltir condition. .hli',i
If owing In the fuel Unit the Itepubll.
cuu legislature went lu and cut down
thn estimated bill for running the gov
eminent. As a result the treasury has
n balnuce.'-aiid he could only hope that
In tho future the Territory would sail
on as prosperously as It has fur tho jiutt
Speaking of Kalanl inanle, the speak;
er said that he had Just been in Ihi
Kastern States, ami he could say that
the work done by the Prince has Inert
a credit to himself dud to tho Territory
he represents To tmko n change at
this time would irot only lie folly, but
It would Lo political suicide lo think
of sending a Democrat lo a Cougiest
that will bo for cars lo come as l( Is
now, Republican. We have many fav
ors to get from Congress, and what wn
want Is friends, not a windmill or u
w Inciting. Kuhlo has the friends In
Congress, and he Is thn one who cau
et the money needed for tho Terrltor),
"Tho Democrats have been trying to
tcaro jou with this bugbear of the nn
liexatlon of Cubt. Ut me tell ou that
If thn United Stales decided to annex
Culm it couldn't lie stopped by all tho
McClnnahans Hawaii could send tn
Congress. Arn you going to trust to a
Domoratlc policy with a free trade pol
icy staring 5 on lu the fact that would
be the ruin of llawalt? The Republi
can party has, madq thn entire country
inoro prosperous than was ever .Imag
ined. Tho Democrats are a party of
wreckers-where the Republicans ore a
parly of bulldern. I should be very
sorry to sco the Democrats creep Into
jiow er." i
Charlie Ilustacn kopt thn audience
laughing ns ur.uil. Charlie ulways
makes good, ,
(Icorge A. Davis begun his raltllna
speech by thn statement that the man
who attacked thn police In the debate
Is the mm who raUed tho price of
beef. "In has got righteous nil of a
Hidden." etld Davis, "and I believe ll
Referring to thn talk of dlsfranblslng
tho Hawalluns, tho speaker quoted a
Democrat, John llmineluth, who said,
"You can't disfranchise them. The fif
teenth amendment won't permit It.'
"In tho namo of God," said the speak.
err, "who passed the fifteenth amend
ment? It whs the llepubllcan party.
"You have liberty now. Don't sur-
lender it, even if such men ns (Jllliert
tell' ou thu police nre corrupt. Th
police administration for thn past ten
rurs has been better than In any other
city of tho United States.
They tell you that with tho Kame
humehas the glory of thu Hawaiian race
passed away. Has It? I suy no. It
is greater than ever before. And It Is
Coo to thu llepubllcan paity."
"1 think," said Davis, "that the ladles
ul this audience can resent thn foul and
Jjndarous charge that this campaign
has been carried on by the aid of liquor.
And when tho present liquor law was
passed, wheie was Palmer WoiiiIh? Did
ho rise up unci object? And will mil!
a doien Democrats do any better!"
, "Ixiok ut Mr. Harris," said the speak
ur. "Docs he look like u boodli r? '
"'lbe past Is the forerunner of the
tutuie, mid the past Is safe In tho hands
lot the moil who are thu successors (if
Abruhum Lincoln. v
"The Democrats nro willing to en
trust the Legislature to tho Republi
cans but they want control of thu Hoard
of Supervisors; they want control ol
tho police department; they want to
defeat Willie Harrlu."
W.-W. Harris said that lie wauled lo
say a fev woids In regard to tho ma-
chine, "Wj3 It n machine that nomlli
iitc.t Culatilauuulo at Wnlluku? If to,
I'm glad I belong to tho machine. Aiid"V"ln.y ,",l,"!,t.,!'!? .a,"1 httH !',VB",,1,
I udevothtiUho result tomo, row will -, - ,VTf ZnUruff t, ' 'hi' hal,
show that Kiilanlmiolti Is us mne of t lriixlietl '1 heio Is but ono real scion
tlutlon as tho Him Is lo rise. Wns It title way of em lug dandruff; and that
a machine Unit ut thu Orphcum mini- Is to Kill the germ thut causes It. anil
inattil for Keuntoru W, 0, Hinllh, I. lolling bull, mid llnully bnlduess. There
I,, Mrl'iiiiilless and C, l Chllllngwnith? ' ! "-1" Preparation Hint will des
Hue. mote rcprescmullvu mm could .ft" l,'l,:KTi,,'E2 "SU," '"f1
not have been found w It nu, "V,, S",',''?.''
chilli- Hut nominated thu six llepuxeii- that Is bised on thn new sileiillilc prln.
talltes lioiu the 1'oiirlli mid dm clplo lu addition Herplcldu Is n very
fmin ilio I'llili DUlrkls, aguliUt wliiiiiriefioliliig liulr ilreslug ror ugiilar
ml a word inn lie said? Was It n inn. toilet use Hold b) I'ailliitf drtlliKUm
eliliii. Unit luimlimli'il A M llnmnT I
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i inn iu nil i ihi in un it nn i mi viiii um in
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"" !' i ! ' MHwnmiw lrwliiRuiitn 0;vs. comnUti ummary tl
I" ,,,,' '"'ll'ly' ' Hnwir llciln nrwi ef h dty, '
I00C. JJ III
. - iCH
recelvcd'lOO votes out(of 130. If that
does not "Show the majority of the 6on-
wrvatlve "totes In favor of A. M. Drown,
I don't know what you can call It. A,
M. Urowh went Into (he convention and
fc.ii nominated by acclamation. And
the same "machine" nominated fred
Watcrhousc for Treasnrcr and myself
for Supcrvlsor-nt-Lnrge. it tionllnatecl
David Kalaunkalanl and A. V. Gear and
Chnf Hustace and the rest. Does that
loolc as If 'the so-ieallcd machine were
knifing us? If it wcro It would hdvo
opposed us in the convention,
v Iitt night a minister of the cloth
openly denounced! mo as a man he
4 could not support except for the
fact that a saloon keeper was op-
posed to Tlie. He look the trouble
f to ascertain that certain slate- t
r ments mado In 'the public press
f against l'rank Harvey wcro un- -f
true, but he did not tako the -f
t trouble to find out whether the
utatements made against me wcro
true or noL He did not give me
f n cllanco to defend myself 1 deny -f
here that the statements made
OKalnst me lu the nubile press are
t true. I
' tn conclusion, I ask you to go (o thel
polls nnd volo tor the party that has
douo things. Vote for tho Republican
Harris 'was heartily applauded wheu
W. II. Lerelwl mado an address that
aroused applause at Intervals all the
time ho was speaking. He seemed to
ttrlke the crowd nbout right
W. O. Smith 'spoke lu Hawaiian. He
mado a logical argument, urging the
support of thn Itepubllcau parly at the
pulls. He was listened to attentively
and his address was well received.
A. V. dear said: "In tho United
fitates there ore but two parties, the
Republicans and the Democrats. The)
ar parties of principle. 1 ask jou when
you go to tho polls to voto for thorn)
principles. Co to the polli tomorrow
and put the Democrats to flight. Let
A. M. Drown and Kalatiianaole did
not speak until nearly midnight. They
ircelved their usual hearty reception,
tho crowd refusing' to go away, despite
thn lateness of the hour, until they had
Great Interest Was Shown
Last -Night In
Tho election day fever was already
evident on tho streets last night, when
crowds much larger than usual turned
out to hear for tho last time this year
tho majestic eloquence of tho cam
paign speakers. It was not only the
usual stylo of crowd which turned out,
but entlro families wero to be seen In
numbers, In tho family surrey, pater
familias driving and tho ladles of the
household filling the seats. Tho ) citing
men of tho family wcro Invariably
with the crowd.
Many of those who came down town
vliAted both meetings and qulto n lot
cf traffic was kept up between tho two
places where the politicians held forth.
In the Fourth, tho phlegmatic and
npathetle Fourth, nothing very unitsii.
al could be noted, but II wob very no
tlceablo in tho Fifth that them was
something doing. Thu meeting at
Aala Park had simply cleaned out that
part of town. The big tenement build
ings were practically empty, tho
streets, which are usually quite lively
between the hours of S and 11 p. m ,
were practically deserted, and the sa
loons were empty, Hvcryhody who
could walk or crawl had gone to the
Aala Park meeting.
It was a very noticeable feature that
In splto of thu excitement under
which tho crowd labored, generally ail
Inducement to quaff tho cup that
cheers, there was no drunkenness, thu
crowds being invariably quiet and or
derly. It Is reported that there bus been
conslderiiblu betting of thu Sill lev alty
cluellon, tho hots being generally two
to ono In favor of ,Urown. I.lttlo In
tel est Is apparently being taken In the
other candidates In tho race by tho
"sports"; at least (hero is little ur nn
betting on their chalices.
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You Cannot Cure Dandruff Without Da
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.Many people wash their scalps Hal
unlay night or Sunday to try to l.eef
the dandruff down for tho week, but on
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Q. 8. LEITHEAD
t 4 V'
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
haa moved his residence from th cor.
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240 King St., near Richards
New 'Phone Number-BLUE J0J J
Ice Cream Parlors,
We havo every variety of mackerel at our Dellcstei
sen Counter, Some from the coast of Irtland, othera from
Yarmouth; and they range In price from a dollar and six
bits tho kit to forty cents each. A bit of broiled mackerel
with a boiled potato Is a rare luxury for breakfast.
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HOME OF GOOD THINGS
Our BUTTERNUT and GERMAN
BREADS ar th most nutritious
breads made, and THE PALM'S bate-,
er ha the knack of making hi bread
just a bit better than ether. Ask for
either of these bread; you will Ilk
them and they coat no more than th
ordinary kind, although they ar Much
What we truthfully claim for th
bread Is also true of our Home-mad
CANDIES. They are mad here un
der the management' careful super
vision, thu assuring their cleanly
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