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til going to ho n llRht of platforms, not
of men; of Issuqs, not of cliarnctcrti.
"Wc, tlio candidates here, with
clmrlty to nil parties, wc stand on the
Republican lirlnclplet bcuuso wo
know they nru right and Know they
will pimnll, Wo pioposo thnt ocry
Ibsiio ruined l) our opponent!) shall
ho fairly mid squarely met, for It Is
upon our Ibsucs, our principles, that
wo will win this hnnl-fought battle.
"I tnko It that otery citizen hero
tonight will cant his voto for tlio
lunn unit tlio parly with the right
lilnd of n retold. If in) contention Is
right, then ccr) person hero will
Milo the ltepuhllcan ticket, for It was
tlio ltepuhllcan party that has done
nil the great things for this country,
ami It Is the only lnrty. The Repub
lican pint Is tlio friend of the worlc
Ingiunn and tlio ch iniplon of the poor
Vote a Straight Ticket
"The ilnltns of the Hcpubllinn par
ty to superiorly nro clear nnd
htrong. The only paltry for ou pco
ple, t may saj. Is to voto tlio llepub
lli'.ui ticket straight.
Cupid's Good Record
"Tlio lender on our ticket, Trlnco
Cupid, defcorves tlio unqualified sup
port of oery man In our country.
And jou know joii cannot send ntiy
man who will protect jour Interests
better than he. It would ho disas
trous to )pur Interests tit bend nny
other man to Washington. Ho has
the confidence) of oory man In
Washington from President Hotno
John Lane Qualified
"John Lane, candidate for Major,
Is well qualified for that position.
Wore It not for him thn Municipal
Ait would ncer hae been passed.
"Adulated with me Is Mr. Qulnn
nnd Mi. Hcnrlques, and wc hnvo
adopted this motto, 'One for all nnd
all for one.' 1 want jou to voto for
llioso men. If there Is nny doubt
about scratching this ticket, gentle
men, scratch ono and voto for tlio
Chairman Lucas then Introduced
Atidicw Cox, whom tin said would be
a faithful and honest official.
"Equality and Justice"
"Ladles nnd Gentlemen," said Cox,
"this is my first appearance hero be
fore ou. Formerly I worked and
nddrcsscd tho people at Walalua.
'Equality and Justice' is my motto,
My record on the Hoard of Super
visors speaks for itself. Voto the
straight Republican ticket nnd jour
rights will bo protccfod. Don't
scratch any of tho Republican ticket,
for It will disflguro tho ticket. A man
s no gentleman If ho bad his silk
bar on nnd no shoes or collar. Voto
for mo and all those on the Republi
can ticket. I thank jou for jour at
tention." John Wise was introduced amid
tho cheers of tlio crowd.
Wise's Good Fledge
"A fow weeks ago," ho said, "1
was duly nominated for tho position
of Sheriff. It has been said by Boino
thnt I was not n straight Republican,
but if I had not been nominated at
tlio convention I would still be hero
woiklng for a straight ticket. So I
want j'ou all to voto n straight ticket.
I liuc mndo no promises, nor do 1
Intend to make nny, except this: 'if
elected I will carry out tho duties of
my office according to tho laws of tho
'Ierrltory without fear or fntor.' Gen-
tlemon, I thank jou."
IIo then translated his speech In
The lone lawyer
IJildlo JJoulliIlt was introduced as
tho only hiwjcr on tho ticket.
'Within tho fow minutes allotted
mo," said lie, "I deslro to call jour
attention to somo of tho tilings dono
bj the Republican party since tho In
auguration of this Territory. And I
nsk jou for your support for tho men
wlio nru on tho" Republican ticket.
"Tho Legislature of 190t was main
ly n Homo Rule Legislature. They,
attempted to pass u County Act, but
thoy woro loo slow nnd they failed,
Tho Republican party realized tho
trj thnt popular government should
bo extended to this Territory, and In
ipo:j thoy g.io jou tlio first County
"You roalls-o that It was not tho
fault of tho Republican party that
the Supreme Court declared that act
iiticoii8lltutlnu.il. Did tho party do-
nlst, howoer, then 7 No, not a, bit
Era for Laborer
"So It remained for the Lcglslatuic
of 1905 to pass the County Act, and
not content with the County Act they
passed the Municipal Act list jcar,
to glvo voters more freedom In their
choko of men In responsible posi
tions. Tho jenr 1903 wan a marked
era for tho worktngmen. Cvcrj thing
advantageous for tho worklngiunn In
the way of hours nnd wngo wns pass
ed. There Is a platform In tho Re
publican party which promises to
nsk the federal. Government when it
begins tho work for an eight-hour
day nnd citizen labor. If this law U
In forco there will be six million dol
lars' worth of work at Pearl Harbor.
etc1., upon which Aono other than cit
izens may bo employed.
Hawaii's Creditable College
"lou can 8co inai mat win gne
employment to thousands of Hawaii-
ans. The Act'nf the Leglslituro of
1907 creating tho College of Agricul
ture nud Mechanic Arts dcones men
tion and credit. And when tho
joung Hawnllans nro graduited thej
will hno on. education equal to any
student on tho mainland.
"We also plcdgo thai If tlio Repub
lican ticket. Is elected wn. will Ntis a
bill to aIlqvtho bonding of Counties
for public works., This ngtin means
tho employment of additional labor. .
"The things that liuio been douo
by tho Republican party tiro unde
niable. 1 therefore ask jou fellow
cltizons If jou are going to desert
this party for an unknown quantity,
"When wo compare the tickets of
the parties, I think jou can have but
ono choice, for, from John Lane
down, tho ticket Is a good one. Wo
have fulfilled our pledges In the past
und by jour assistance we will in the
A. S. Kalclopu was next Introduced.
Ho spoko about as follows: "Since
our election ns representatives of tho
people In the legislative session of
1906, we, the Republicans, havo ac
complished much for tho sood of tho
citizens. Tho .County Bill was pass
ed, tho license bill was passed, and
tho result is being recognized and the
benefit being felt by tho people. Ypur
Ropicscntntlvo from tho I'lfth , Dis
trict accomplished good work for tho
peoplo. As n father of a child, I work
cd hard andjsecured Rood educational
Institutions, whero our children may
receive good education,
"At the meeting of tho Home Rule-
Lahorltes last Saturday night the
leader of the Laborltcs said that our
mndldato for Major, John C. Lane,
was subject to the dictation of tho Inter-Island
Slcnmshlp Company, n mo
nopoly. Lnno has no share In that
monopoly. Qcorgo d Beekley, candi
date for Treasurer on tho Home Ilulo
Laborlto ticket, has n number of
shares in tho Inter-Island Steamship
Company, Is not, then, Dccklcy moro
of n monopolist? As to tho Immigra
tion law, Achl was responsible for tho
passage ot the bill. Ho worked hard
for Its passage in 19QS, .Achl. dur
ing his tep years' ciperlenco In the,
Legislature, did not do- anything for
our Queen, He opposed any measuro
that would havo been beneficial to
our beloved Queen. When ho was In
tho Republican party Achl used to
disregard tho worklngmen when-they
applied ior worK. sucn a man as no
would itbcrofore npt da. anything for
the good ot thq people, ;! elected , to
oflleo. , , , , ,. a , i
"Our .Delegate to Congress secured
for this country $6,000,000, for public
Improvements. Tho citizens today
aro amply provided with work tho
work ot tho Republican party.
Homestead Law - .
"Tho law. provides that, tlio rove
mies from public lands would bo to
ken by tho Tedcral Government to bo
expended toward educational purr
poses. Tho Democratic candidate for
Dolegato to Congress, Link McCand
loss, was tho first ouo who got Gov
ernment land nt Walahole, exchanged
for a small plcca ot land. Ho Is
A Rare Opportunity
The Government recently paid 40o
per square foot for a strip of land on
the corner of Judd and Nuuanu Sts.;
and less .than 80 feet from it, facing
Jull St. and opposite Mr. Clive Da-
vies' residence I am authorized to of
fer for Sale a lot 02 x 42 on Judd St.
at 20o per Square Foot, together with
a small G-room"Cottage on same, all
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITYBLDG, 74 S. KING ST.
also secured $30,000 for the expend
itures of tho Territorial Legislature
This country Is prosperous todaj. An
Imposition will ho held In Seattle nnd
this Terrllorj will bo represented. Tor
the benefit of oufjouths who want
to nttnln a Knowledge of agriculture,
I secured $30,000 for the Agrlcultur-
nl College ot Hawaii, No Republican
Senator or Representative from nny
Stnto or Terrllorj secured larger ap
propriations than jour Delegate
from Hawaii. An appropriation of
$850,900 was promised for our Ted-
cm! building. This was larger than
the appropriation provided for the
federal building in Chicago, n cltj
with a population of millions.
"The, lender of tho Labor party
spoke ot tho appropriation for our
fortifications, evidently criticizing mj
action. On account of that appropri
ation, tho citizens here arc getting
work with fair paj A $3,100,000
appropriation was secured for Pearl
Harbor. Tho pcbpla aro getting good
wages for the work they arc doing
there, Tho expert mechanics arc al
so receiving good paj
"Who gave jou County govern
ment?" asked tho speaker "Tho Re
publicans, of course; not the Homo
Rulers or tho Democrats. It wns'in
tended that the Hoard of Supervisors
was to bo appointed by tho Governor,
but I opposed It so hard that It was
Anally left lo the people to elect tho
members of thd "Board.
Notlcy spoke of the Federal Jury
fees. LlttlefloM,.ono ot the foremost
Congressmen, opposed tho liar ease of
jurors' fees. It was, fought hard in
Congress and, tho Senate especially,
but fulled to materialize. I did my
best to raise it to the same level as
that ot tho other States and Territor
ies, but failed.
Homestead Laws and Immigration
In tho matter of th-fifteen-) ear
lease of Government lands, I favored
that, thinking that It 'would ho to
the benoflt of the poor people.
"Tho Immigration question, was
brought up n, Congress. President
Roosevelt, who Is In favor of Ameri
canizing Hawaii., urged In his mes
sage to Congress the Immigration of
Ktiropean laborers. He, was opposed
to the Immigration of Asiatics.
Lane for Mayor
"John C. Lano Is the rlzht man
for Mai or. Ho has been a hard Re
publican worker and a man that ev
ery Hawaiian, would. he proud of.
Achl ot today Is the samo Achl of tho
pact. Ho has not changed, jiar has
no ucen reiormeu. you nil know htm
well In his work, -As for. the Dele
gate, It )s bettor that you.depend on
a man whom you havo tried and
whose, work,, you hayo seen rather
than sending one whose work Is not
The Silver-Tongued Divine
ucv. stepnen uesna was introduc
ed by Mr, Lucas as tho"slIrcr-tongucd
divine from Hllo," Ernest Kaat's
sweet-voiced singers sang "lko Hon
Ana la Hllo" In his honor.
Rev, Stephen L. Desha wns Intro
duced as tho silver-tongued orator of
Hawaii. He, an usual, started to ad
dress tho audience by relating Hawai
ian stories, which were greatly ap
plauded by tho lfawailans. He com
plimented Lano a's a competent mitn
"Lane roreived his education at St.
Louis College," said Desha, "Ho is
making nn honost living nnd doing
honest , labor with tho Inter-Island
Steamship Company. Ho Is not do
ing any rcal estato business. Achl
accuses Lano ot being under tho Inter-Island.
How about Charles J.
Ilrond, an employe of Levverit &
Cooke? hi Is an honor for u Hawai
ian to know that Lane Is an em ploy o
of a largo company llko tho Inter
Island. Thero nro several Hawnllans
In the employ ot that company, hold
ing responsible positions. Capt. SI
mcrson of the Mauna Loa, for In
stance, Is n Hawaiian, highly respect
ed by tho company. Lane,, I believe,
If elected, will ho a credit to; tho Ha
waiian. Ills record Is clean nnd
thero Is nothing to bo ashamed of
about It. Voto for him and thn
County will be conductcd'ln a crcdlt
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Jack Waxes Prophetio
As sure as the fun rises In the
uoriiinK,)ti,ild Jack Lucas, "wn will
co Win. H. ThU in tlio Presidential
ihalr and Knlnnlaniiola ns our Dela
gato nt Washington." i,
, This was 8nl(l,just njtcr tho orchest
ra had sung the beautiful melody
oni posed by Krncst Kaal and dedi
cated to tho Prince. Jack then railed
tor threq cheers tor tho Republican
party and tho Delegate, which were
given with a will,
I'rinco Cupid then spoko.
Delegate Kalanianaole's Speech
"Ladles nnd Kcllow-Cltliens, on ac
count ot many accusations which are
being circulated In the community to
day, I decided that It .would, bo well
for mo to spenk on what I have dono
"First: I bneured an appropriation
of $300,000 for breakwater and har
"Second: Appropriation, for tbo
erection of the leprosarium.
"Third: Appropriation for light
houses. The lights are Important for
the safety ot our steamers which
bring commcrco Into this country,
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"The County,, government was the
work of the Krpublicanjiarty and not
tho Homo Killers und Democrats, who
now butt, In and claim 'tlio credit of
i i . .. ....
mo pnssaga oi me uui.
"Notley siioke of his aloha for you.
hilt tlio, facjt Is liBt ho ulmply(,loc)kji
up lo tlio stars and passes ou by,
I.ano Is the man, and I urgo you to
vptq for him, Voto for Dolegato Kn-
lanlannolc, who Is our princely (low
er, and, voto for the straight Ilcpub-
limn llX'.t '' '
Chnlrman Jack then paid a splen
did tribute to John C. Lane, whom lin
introduced ns tlio next speaker. "I
am not a backslider nor an Independ
ent. All these. Independents aro do.ul
dogs, nnd every man who otca for
theni ought, to beKttpo,"
ju'ck was heartily applauded for
John C. Lane's, Speech
"Ladles and rellow.CIUzenn, when
Kamchamcha tho Great wai king qf
Hawaii the Government was conduct
ed by tho Hawnllans. it continued bo
until tho oerthrow of our beloved
Queen Lllluokalanl. Since tho pas
sigo of the County Act by tho Itepub
Mean party the peoplo havo become
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