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8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. OCTOBER ?. 1908-8 PAGES
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Itov. Timing, who Is hacking lau
kea for Sheriff, Is salil to ho solicit
ing support from tlio members of
the Onliu .Uaoclntlon, n Christian or
ganization, which Is meeting today
In Knumnknplll Church.
It was reported on tho very heal ot
authority thin forenoon that Thwing
has had a letter prep.ucd In Hawall
nn which will he lend somo time this
afternoon in tho convention. Tlict loi
ter was originally written in Eng
lish, but on bccurlng uiUIco Thwing
bad It translated Into llawnllnn, mi
that It could be hotter understood by
the llawnllnn members of tho Assocla
Tho letter, it Is Bald, spcalts high
ly of tauKcn's ailmlnlstiatton and 10c
omnieuded that tho Association, es
pecially the Hawaiian members, up
hold his administration and help elect
him at tho coming election.
This Is In lino with the statement
made tho other day by laukea to tho
effect that ho expected tho support of
McCandless Is Back
Link McCandless returned this
morning rather unexpectedly, In tho
Maul from Maul, where he went aft
er he had stumped all over Hawaii.
He left tho Dig Island Oct. S, going
i,1 Klpahulu, whence ho went toVnl
luku and on to Lnhnlnu. Yesterday
lie hold n meeting nt Knlaupapa,
where he n (Id reused tho lepers, and
May Call Camp Hole
"If wo nro proventod fiom running
tho placo as n lodging house by tho
Supremo Court holding that this ordl
nanco Is valid, wo shall run It ns a
hotel. Wo will make It n Japanese,
Young hotel, and any legislation wlilch
Is then attempted against It will then
npqrnto against tho other hotels of tho
This stntement was made this noon
by Attornoy Peters, who appeared In
tho Police Court as counsel for tho
.lnpaneso uho aro building tho now
camp In Maklkl in violation of tho or
dinance recently passed, piovhling that
no tcnemont or lodging houso can ho
built within five hundred foet of n
school. Peters' stntement shows that
tho residents of Maklkl, who aro mak
ing a strenuous ctfort against having
their quarter Orientalized, will, oven
Made in New rk
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Tha lach Ci I iA Leading Clothiers
IHC IVdMl LU., LIU., anci Haberdashers
! V .n-ia i.".r .im i'wlLV-JflttWiii tflfUtt
hist evening ho held a meeting
McCandless says that he has been
well received wherever ho went, and
thnt gieat Interest was shown In
what ho had to Ray, but he seems to
have lost some of his enthusiasm, and
Is far more conservative in Bpcnklng
about tho probable outcome than ha
"I do not claim, liko Kuhlo, to
haio tho Island of Hawaii in my poc
ket," he nnsworod when he was asked
It he thought he would carry .Ha
waii. "The election returns will tell
the story. 1 think that Hawaii will
Link Roasts Desha
"I will sav this: that Stephen
Desha is tho only man on Hawaii
who has been drawing the color lino,
nnd I pointed out to the people thnt
this was n very poor thing for a
pienchcr to do. In his paper Desha
leferrcd to me as n "kolea" (plover).
This Is n term need by Hawnllans to
denote n haole who grows fat in
Hawaii, and, having done so, leaves
for his homeland. I told the Hn
wallnns that I had been hero about
27 )ears, and that It was time that
tho smell of the steamer was 'off me,
I did not toll the. people that ,1,'witsia
poor man or that all the public land
of Hawaii wero good. I told them
they ought tojknowfmoro nbout the
(Continued on Page 4.)
If tboy nie successful In (he matter of
the ordinance, havo u long low to hoe
hcfoio they como to tho end.
It seems, however, extremely doubt
ful that tho ordinance) will hold water.
Judgo Andrndo this noon overruled the
demurrer which held that tho ordi
nance was unconstitutional, but in do
lus so ho stated that ho did It merely
because ho wanted tho matter decided
with nnnllty by a Supremo Court deci
sion, and that ho thought that Peters'
point was well taken.
Peters' demurrer hold that tho ordi
nance was unconstitutional as It was
an Interference with and in conflict
with tho general laws of tho Territory,
nnd that It was contrary to tho amend
ments of tho constitution In that It
amounted to a deprivation of property
(Continued on Page 2)
TWO NEW NATIONAL
Veterans Camara And
Klemme Build Up
Two now companies for tho National, nonp box at tho corner of King and
Guard of Hawaii arc now in trnlulng, Hctliel streets
being drilled by a duo i of men .i tho j vw , convcrsa-
old guard. Major J. M. Comnrn, retired, ' ... , .' ,, ,
and Captain Harry Wemme. Some ""' whlc' ",l between him and
tlmo ago thcro enmo to Colonel Jones."- Waller. Ho said:
nn order from tho War Department
stating that hereafter all tho State and met me 111 tho Btreot nnd asked mo
Territorial National Guards must com- whether I was out for any nomina
lly with tho regulations of the regular (on the Demclatc ticket. I told
army. In that they, should havo tho .. .,..... ,, . , , ,, ; .
nJuorr Viimlmr nf rnmi.nnlm. nnd him tllllt I W8B. He told tile Hint he
men for each regiment. , , i
At that time thcro wore but eight
companies In tho local Guard, while
the necessary number to ench regiment I
Is twelvo companies. Col Jones then I
ut, m ..Uin.n.,.. m, ,.,.,
coo'ds." Cantaln Camara. as ho "will I
he with tho now company, has been ,sald I, -nui it uocs not necessarily up
drilling on an nvcrago of iX or 30 men ply In local politics.'
twice a week for some tlmo past In tho
Drill Shod, while. Klemme will soon
niuu iiiu nuinu mini ui Yt iv wiui ma
meiif Camara has at present a list of
soenty-flo men who have signified
their' Intention of Joining tho Nntlonal
Guar1, but ho has been unable so far
to get mem nil roumieu up at tho same
There was somo tall: that tho local
National tiuard might be disbanded
unless the order from Washington
couIdbo obeypd by" 191,0, lint .this
seems to havo been talk and nothing
else. Major JDuuhlugB' favorable ro
port to tho authorities on tho standing
(Continued on Page 2)
Gives a record of all the Presiden
tial elections from 1789.
Map and statistics showing how the
different States voted in 1904, with
number of electoral and popular votes
of each State, then and now.
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C. Vlda, nn aspirant for tho
of Supervisor on the Homo
tlule-Labor ticket, addressed tho noon
hour political crowd today from tho
"On last Hegatta IXly, Mr. Waller
thought It was not piopcr for mo to
run. as I was only a now man in tho
! the States.' snld Wnller. 'a
ncw , , tho party , not honorcu
Ith nomination for a position.'
'"That may bo so In the States,',
"Then I asked him what ho
t10llKlt of j00 Horn, onco a Ilepubll-
can, who ran for the nomination for
Supervisor and got defeated, Bubse
qucntly Joining the Democratic par
ty. Ho was taken Into the fold nnd
was shortly afterwards nominated for
Supervisor. Ho was elected and is
still serving on tho Board
"Waller said that he did not think
ot that matter.
He further stated that Link Mc
Candless, ii ucw-lSru Democrat, was
wnnted by the Democratic party be
cause of his money. Ho was given
the highest honor, thnt of a candi
date for-Delcgato to Congress.
Personally,' said Waller, I did
not and do not approro of the Dele
gateshlp nomination having been giv
en to McCandlcs3, because he was
only a new man In the party.' "
NO SIGN YET OF
BIG CRUISER FLEET
Where Is tho Fleet? Tho quos-
tlon grows as tho dais roll by,
t and nothing Is heard of Admiral -f
Bwlnburno and his fleet ot whlto f
cruisers. Ecn the wireless op-
erators, who hoar nightly tho
chatter of tho coast operators, -f
across 2100 miles of tho Pacific,
hear no wireless gossip of tho op
orators on tho warships. Durbcr's
Point operator thought night be-
foro last that a spark had been
-t- caught from tho ships, but last
ovonlng there was not a sign of
anything going on In tho way ot
f other messages. -f
Tho delay Is growing more and
more serious to somo of the local -f
f people. Tho men who havo fruit
anl vegetables ready for tho
ships will not bo ablo to wait In-
f definitely. Somo pines aro al-
ready picked and are being held
f by tho hum boatmen for tho occa-
t- sion or tne coming. r
Under tho supposition of a
slight delay somowhoro In the
progress of tho Fleet, tomorrow
Is sot by somo of tho wtso ones as
tho time for tho arrival. But It
f Is nil gueBswork for them, as it
f Is for everyone clso.
Tho Homo Rulers and Lnborites
will hold n meeting tonight at Iwi
lei, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
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tLnfatm .v , - toYiMM,&tfMfanf"th mmtblJimite
Rey. de Forest and Mr.
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Branding talcs of Chtneso cashiers
employed In Jnpaueso banks because
the bankers could not trust their own
people, as absolutely untrue and as
slanderous, and denouncing talk of
war with Japan, which In the past year
has mode him ashamed of his country
and has proven that mob psychology
can control tho sentiment of tho na
tion, Ilov. J, II. Do Forest addressed
tho Commercial Club today, outlining
tho growth of tho present economic
conditions In Jnpan, and demonstrating
that the reputation they hno for
trickery and business dishonesty Is
without proper foundation.
Mason Mitchell, formerly American
Consul nt Chungking, China, also spoke
on commercial conditions In Central
Hev. do Forest said. In part:
"It Is a high and unusunl honor to
bo hero today, nnd especially I feel
very proud over an invitation to speak
of a subject of which I know Itttlo or
nothing. As I havo left behind the
books which wero so kindly given mo
by officers nt Toyko at tho tlmo of my
departure, I am unnblo to ghe figures
which would lllustrnto tho commercial
Importance ot Japan, nnd so must fdll
back on a talk of the mcrcantllo
classes ot Japan.
"Tho whole world thinks of the Jan-
anose as a tricky and dishonest race.
This Is almost the unanimous scntl
mont and ntatehient given. In Uia'ctWu'-
merclaW world. Thoro are some-' dis
honest merchants In Japan, and the
whole race Is Judged by thorn."
He wont Into an outline ot tho, liri
portanco of tho classes, le'd' by the
samurai, with tho fanner cIobb second
In Inuiortanco, and tho merchants third
"Tho jreoplo who havo ruled Japan,
who havo raised her to tho rinks of
tho highest and greatest nations, are
tho samurai. And their traditions as
bucli as might bo known wlth.advant'
ago to tho wholo business world. Ac
cording to a 8alng In one ot their
books, they vnluo rlhteousncBs.fll'st
and roremost, nn I tl'en Ufa, and tney
hold of some sort of vniud silver knd
gold. Nothing besides, not cen life,
do they hold ot as much value as right'
"They havo a real dlsllko of money.
If ion havo occasion to pass money to
a' Japanese for any servlco he hns dono
(Continnedon Page 3)
WILL f GORGEOUS
Arrangements are almost completed
for tko coming Ceremonial Session of
Aloha Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S. A
largo class of cundldatos will tread
tho sands ot tho desert after they havo
given tho pcoplo of tho city an oppor
tunity to gao upon them in tho usual
street parade. New animals havo been
provided at great' oxpenso to add to
tho festivity of the occasion. Tho pa
rado will bo led by l'otoutatc E. C.
Brown and the candidates by Director
F. B. Richardson. Tho date to look
forward to Is November 14 at 1:30
o'clock in the afternoon.
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VALETTA, Malta, Oct. 9. Twelve British warships have been or
dered to the Agean Sea. It is believed this action is taken nt the request
of the Turkish Government. The licet will be commanded by Prince
PORTE SENDS HIS TR0TEST
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Oct. 9. The protest of the Torte has
been sent to the Powers.
m it i m
TAFT WIPED. OUT
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 9. The town of Tnft on the Islam! of Sanmr
has been destroyed by a typhoon.
LIMF INTO PORT
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Oct. 9.
wood, which were in collision off Point Qonla, arrived here today in a r- :
OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED
SAN FRANCISCO,' Calif., Oct. 9. The officers of the Trans-Mississippi
Congress were installed today.
EARL CEWS IS NAMED
LONDON, England, Oct. 9. The Earl of Ciews will succeed Earl .
Riper, who has resigned as Lord of
THIRTEEN CHOLERA CASES . '
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 9. There were thirteen cases of cholera in the '
"KISS MY FEET,"
With deadly venom leaping from
her sparkling, black eyes as she gaz
ed nt her husband, Mary Soura, u
fragile Itttlo girl from the sunny
shores of old Portugal, told story af
ter story this morning on the witness-stand
before Judgo Lindsay that
would seem to place her husband on
nn equal with torturers ot olden
days. The divorce suit Is plain
i On Civ. Fed. tines
A new political hut has been oi-
gaulzed. Its name is "Ahahut Ka-
lalalna Kolcun I kc Kaullke," or tho
"Political Organlintion for Equality."
The membership consists ot the Re
publicans, Democrats, Homo Ruler,
and Lnborites. Most of tho members
nro laborers, but a few aro mechan
ics nnd clerks.
This hul Is practically a new one,
having been organized since the
Homo Rule-Luborlto convention. Its
strength, according to J. K. Nnkoo
koo, the leader. Is COO, and with this
number It is expected thnt It will
mako n showing on election day.
DON'T LOSE SIGHT OF THE FACT THAT THESE ARE
NOBBY AND UP-TO-DATE, AND THAT THE PRICES are RIGHT
let us show them to you.
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The steamships Asuncion and Nor-
the Privy Seal. ,
enough hut the libel tells of such
mental nmt piijslcnl cruelty that oila
(ConUruod on Ie 3)
There were several fluctuations on
the stock market today, Wnlalua
dropping fiom 83 to SO, and Pnati
hmi rising from IS 4-S to lit 1--, no
particular reason being apparent for
either ihnngo. On tho whole, how'-
qor, tho market Ik Improving, and
tho prices nre growing llrmer both
hero nnd on the Coast.
While this hul Is technically ri fra
ternal organization, its leaders ex
pect to go into politics nnd elect
good men that will help them to va
i tous offices.
NnkooUoo stated )estcrday that tho
hul was organized purely for politi
cal purposes. He said:
"This hul was organized to purify
our politics. Our motto Is 'Equal
ity.' Wo do not want to bo dictated
to by u few loaders. Wo want to sco
(Continued on Page 2)
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