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AT AALA PARK
Attended by an enthusiastic and
orderly crowd, tho Democratic candi
dates held their ratification meeting
at Aaln Park lust Saturday night.
Various campaign songs dedicated to
many of the candidates, from Line
kona Klwnl (Link McCandless), the
Delegate; Haallllo (.Inrrctt), tho
Sheriff; and Joe Pern, the Mayor, en
livened tho meeting. The arrange
ments of tho rally were good.
Tho audience was greatly pleased
or, rather, amused at hearing four
of the speakers address them In cos
mopolitan languages, such as English
Hawaiian, Portuguese, Spanish, and
As Is usually the case with tho
Democratic and Home Hule meetings,
the rally was opened with prayer by
llev, Kulkahl, During the offering
of Divine blessing the candidates
arose and stood In silence.
Kd, Ingham then made 'an address
Senator McCarthy, the permanent
chairman, then took his sent and
said, "There are none of our cantll
dates hiding behind tho building.
They nro ull hero facing you." He
told tho audience that ho was not
ashamed of any of tho candidates.
Qirdler's Maiden Speech
CliaB. airdlcr, candldato for Hop
rescntatlve from tho Fourth, was the
first speaker. Although he read his
iipeecli from a carefully prepared
mantfscilpt, ho was nervous and his
Kcawchaku, ono of tho best of Ha
waiian political interpreters, came to
Ills asslstunco and brought the Ha
waiian uadlencc to a point of great
I may not bo an eloquent speak
er," said the Interpreter for Qlrdler,
'but my head hero" (pointing at
Olrdler's) "is like a young cocoanut,
full of Bwect milk and meat." The
speaker, through tho eloquence of
the interpreter, was loudly applaud
ed. W. A. Hall, D. Kaeka, and Duke
Kahanamoku, candidates for Repre
sentatives, asked tho nudlenco to sup
purt the Democratic ticket.
Robert K. Pahau, n candidate for
Representative from tho Fourth, said,
"I don't want to stand here and tell
you things which I know I could not
do in the Legislature, or I would be
doing an Injustice to you. Should I
be elected I will make good laws,
that will bo beneficial to the poor as
well as the rich." "Pololel!" was
heard 4u the crowd.
Edward Haunpl, Apuakehau, and
Dau Kamahu followed Pahau. Ka-
muhu said that the law making the
pay of the road laborers$1.50 a day
was passed by tho Republicans and
not the Democrats,
iapana Kcawepoqoie, canaiuate
for Representative from the Fifth,
distinguished himself by announcing
that he was Mr. Lipana and the only
Mr. Lapana with ono of his ears
partly disfigured. He asked the vo
ters to voto for a well-known Mr.
One-ear Lapana. (Laughter.)
R. II. Trent, commonly known by
the Hawallans as Kalena Puuku, re
ceived an ovation when 'he stepped
forward to address the audience. He
told tho peoplo how ho met a well
known Republican on the street, so
liciting a voto from a Republican Ha
waiian, saying that ho (Trent) was
a malllilnl. The Hawaiian said, 'Ka
lena two time stop In Puuku house;
you no stop one time. I think you
tho mallhlnl.' "
Trent then told the audience to
vote for him and tho rest ot the Dem
Father of the People
Jarrett was loudly cheered. A
young girl stepped forward and threw
a carnation lei around his neck as
he rose to speak. During that short
ceremony, Jarrett s campaign song,
entitled ''Father of tho People In
Times of Pillkla" was played by tho
Ho said: "I have the honor to ap
pear before you tonight as a candi
date for Sheriff for tho County and
City of Honolulu. I thank you for
the honor that you have conferred
upon mo as your Deputy Sheriff,
which position I now hold. I ask
you again that you give me your
samo confidence and to give me Your
support on election day for promo
Chan. II. Rose, candidate for Dep
uty Sheriff, next addressed the au
dience. He also thanked the voters
for tho support given him when ho
ran for Auditor.
Auditor and Linguist Andenon
j, u. Anuerson,- canaiuate (or Au
ditor, next addressed the audience in
three different languages, English,
Hawaiian, nnd Chinese, His last ora
Hon was most enthusiastically re
ceived by the audience. The Chi-
aeto in the vicinity rushed forward
to see the speaker, whom they
thought was a real Chinese. Ander
son's command of Hawaiian made
quite nn Impression on the Hawall
ans. Judge Quarlei Speaks
judge viuaries snorieneu in 8 spcecn
on account of the lateness ot tho
hour nnd promised to speak at some
future time, when he would touch
upon tho principles of tho Democrat
ic party. Ho paid special comment
on the qualities of McCandless and
Joseph Fern, nnd promised to help
them on election dny.
E. M. Watson, candidate for Su
pervisor, npologlzed for not being
ablo to speak in Japanese. Ho Bald
that the Republican party was able
to get an appropriation for the Agri
cultural College, but failed to secure
the land on which the College stands.
He then dwelt upon the proposition
of mortgaged property nnd showed
the way by which It could be secur
ed. He also spoke of tho Republican
party'B doing away with campaign
booze, which it formerly relied upon
during' the campaign.
Judge Edlngs, realizing the num
ber of spoakers yet to follow him,
made a short address.
Oeorge K. Low, candidate for
County Clork, thanked the people for
having nominated him during his ab
sence from Honolulu, showing that
they had confidence in him. Ha spoke
in three different languages, much
to the amusement ot tho voters.
Sam Kalon, a Democratic war
horse, admitted that laukea was an
intelligent man, but criticized him
for preventing tho officers from tak
ing part in politics. In this connec
tion, he .praised Oovernors Carter
and Frear for not interfering with
Judge Mahaulu, who always works
together with the Delegate, Prince
Moore on Figures
it, i. juoore, wno is running lor
tho Senate, delivered ono of tho best
speeches of the night. He stated the
Democratic party stood for economi
cal government and that it was ready
to bring the government out ot the
debt which was accumulated under
the Republican administration. The
speaker stated that the Territory at
present Is In debt $3,900,000. which
had been spent to make the voters
believe that the country was pros
perous. The Republicans had passed
a sinking fund bill at the last Legis
lature, with the result that this
year $15,000 had beenJseTnsldc. The
speaker stated further that it will
lake 274 years to pay oft our present
Rathburn Attack Cohen . . .
E. K. Rathburn, who blso raauo nis
maiden speech, Bpoke of the leper sus
pect law and Incidentally attacked
J. C. Cohen for taking nnd leaving
tho band boys on the malnland.where
thoy suffered much. He said: 'When
the election comes, kill Cohen at the
McOandlesi' Land Policy
Link Mcuanuiess received on ova
tion which lasted for a long time.
The orchestra played the campaign
song dedicated to Link. A little girl
canio forward and presented him with
an lllma lei.
McCandless said: "The time has
como-for all citizens to come forward
and wake up. There are 1,600,000
acres of land in this Territory. I have
been lironnd Hawaii and' found that
tho Hawallans were living on worth
less lands. This Is the work of tho
Republican party. Today I' want to
speak to you on tho land question. The
Hawallans today cannot 'get land from
tho Governor or Land Commissioner.
They will toll you to wait until later
on. But the trouble is mey uoirt lis
ten to tho voice of poor Hawallans;
thoy prefer to give, tho same lands to
tho planters, who aro very few here.
This Is the fight of the Democratic
party. Tho Hawallans who are .cn
titled to homesteads nro being dlsre
garded by the Oovernor and Iand
Commissioner. .Give your support to
tho Democratic, party, for It Is the party
for tho people, I admit that I have
purchased lands from many peoplo, but
I never bought any mortgaged proper
ty. It Is proper that you Hawallans
should cultivate tho land so that you
can live on It." In 1901, the lato Dele
gate Wilcox introduced a bill in Con
gress, relating to homesteading.
Our Delegate introduced an Immi
gration bill, so that the mallhlnl Immi
grants may come aim seine on tno
land. How about you, the, kamaalnas
of the land. They brought mulllilnls
hero to livo on tho land but they did
not settle down. Twenty thousand
malihlnls will como here und will
eventually become votors. There aro
only 12,000 In tho Torrltory.
"I admit that ( am a 'kolea' (plavor) ;
but I have lived here for 27 years.
Had not the kolea como hero, that
gentleman, the dlvlno gentleman, Ste
phen Desha, would riot havo ueuu the
light of day. Why does ho speak bad
about tho kolea, when his father was
also a kolea.
"I am not a 'kolea.' I am 'Iliwat,'
which moans 'level and equality.' "
Fern on Mayoralty
Joseph Fern, candidate for Mayor,
followed McCandless, Ills address In
English was as follows:
WATTY BLDG. 74 S. KINO ST. "As a candidate for tho Important
E BEG TO ANNOUNCli TO OUR PATRONS,
and to all who arc interested in the art of Cooking,
f 4 t 1 M 1
that there will be a scries ot special demonstrations at
the Y.W.C.A. for the purpose of showing the right and proper
use of Flavoring Extracts; and the place of a gas Jtm - mi the
The Expert Cook who will have charge of'ihe demonstra
tion has been sent by The Vail Dlizer Co., from New York, to
show the superiority of their Flavoring Extracts.
The demonstrations will begin Tomorrow Morning, and will
be held Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning from 9.30
to 11 o'clock until further notice.
Everyone who is interested in good cooking is cordially
invited to be present.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
office of Mnyor of the City and Comity
of Honolulu, I feel that it Is expected
by-tho' public, ns'well ns by'lhu mem
bers of my own parly, that I nhonUI on
this occasion niinoiinco what my policy
will be, If successful In buing elected
to thnt office.
"I am nwnro that tho office of May
or offers' those opportunities, which,
If abused, will bring about a condition
of affairs worso than any yet known
In our city. On the other hand I be
Hove that a clean and honest adminis
tration will bring blessings to thu peo
ple and honor to tho man who may
administer tho office, nctween those
two conditions I chooso tho Inttcr. If
elected I will strlvo to keep my nnmn
and reputation as free from scandal
and bad report as it has been In the
past. 1 desiro .that my children, who
aro many, shall Inherit an honorable
name If nothing olse.
"I stated to tho convention, that hon
ored mo with this nomination that I
would never do anything that would
cause them to regret tho choice thoy
had made; that I will never betray my
friends. I now renew this pledge to
tho public. I told tho conventlqn that
I would always bo ready to listen to
advice that I knew I did not know
It all and I was witling to be shown.
Dut let mo say that If advice is given
me by anyone It .must bo good advice
or I will not take It. I offer no apol
ogies to thoso who may consider that
my Inferior knowledge of English Is n
bar to my successful administration ot
tho office, feeling rial n man can do a
thing In Hawaiian Just as well as lie
can In English,
"Fellow-citizens, I respoctfully so
licit your support and 1 promise that.
I will give to tho public, if elected, the
best that Is In mo and no man can
Frank Harvey was the last speaker.
lib asked tho voters to vote for Mc
Candless as ho (Harvey) was certain
that Dryan would bo elected.
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Currying a very large number ot
passengers bound for tho Orient, the
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morning from San Kranclsco. She
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freight from San Francisco, amount
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When she leaves at S o'clock this
afternoon she will havo In her cabin
106 passengers, nnd will curry 650
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Japanese Consul Genoral Uyeno
this morning received among his
cullers Judge T. Yufti of the Japan
ese Court of Administration In Ja
pan, nnd K. Abeko, president ot tho
Japanese American Industrial Ahko- I
elation and director ot the Japanese J
American Hank in San Kranclsco. Tha
visitors made inquiries relating to
the local immigration comtltloiui.
They woro accompanied by Vice Con
sul Abe and Mr. Negoro to tho Wall
op Museum and other points ot in
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