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HONOLULU LEADER GIVES VIEWS ON SITUATION IN PRIVATE LET
TERDELEGATE AND LEGISLATURE MUST BE ELEC
TED IF POSSIBLE STRAIGHT TICKET BY
ALL ODDS BEST
following in a letter on tlio political Blttintlon written by a lending
Honolulu business nun 'to one of liU fi lends on onn of thu other islands.
It presents conditions us they appeal to the business ml ml:
1 Dcir Sir: To us here In Honolulu It appeals ns If llttlo Interest was
bolng token In the political campaign by Its more prominent and repre
sentative cltlehs, nnd also by tlio3o who represent to a marked degreo
the prosperity ot the largo agricultural and grazing interests. In this
wo may tin wrong, but rumors, anil In somo instances actual facts, appear
'to corroborate this view of the picmut situation. The ngrlcultuinl In
. (uresis nf the whole group of Islands are so nllllhiteil that it would bo
Inothlng shoit of folly for the reprciQiitntlxe men on each Island -Jo take
but a passing Interest in the situation which confronts us (luring the
'present campaign. There has been a gic.it light on Onlut, Maul, and Ku
Ual to get the best available men for thu Legislature, and It Is ery nec
essary Hint the best men be elcctod fiom the Republican ticket, which
lis the only party Hint can score successfully under tho present Republican
Of ptrumount importntico Is tho fact that the Republican nominee
for Delegate to CongicMH should bo olictcd by a large majority on all 1st
amis. To liae tho Island of Hawaii un more than any other island
In the gioup show n mnjorlt) for the Democratic or Home llulo nominees
would be dlsastious. Thu ltepubllc.iu Delegate, Kulilo, has made uu u
cclleiit record in Congress during the putlod he has hcrved there, und as
tho next Congress will bo Republic by a large majority It is ery es
sential that our Delegate be a Republican If we would have him secure
what wo require fiom Congress during tho coming period In the sanro
manner as he has dono In tho past. He Is well known In Washington nnd
,well liked umongst Congressmen, nnd has been given recognition befoie
Committees where others bine failed. A Democratic or Home Rule Del
egnte would hardly bo In the samo position were such a one elected from
his Territory, and in view of tho projected tariff revision which Is ex
pected to be tho strong iskuo next session, tho election of n Delegate 'from
I either ono or tho other of the two latter parties would result In disaster
to all agricultural Interests on the Islands. J
I am not prepared to say that the nominations made at our Repub
lican convention for Senators and Representatives to tho Leglslatmc, and
tnnl t li o men mentioned ror supervisors are me nest mni )our island
tnn afford, any moro than that thoo which were nominated on other
Islands uro altogether satisfactory. Thotc aro certainly some good men
on tho "Hawnll" Republican ticket, and pcihnps ull of them arc moiu
or less satisfactory.
Ilccauso one or two poor men get on the ticket Is hardly sufficient
reason for splitting and thereby giving the other political parties the
chance they are working and looking for.
It Is Impossible to get n whole ticket that will plcaso nil Interests
in all districts, but where a majority of fairly good men nre nominated,
In my opinion u STRAIGHT TICKET IS THU ONLY THINO to voto for
under existing conditions. This particularly as regards the nominations
for Delegate and Members ot the Legislature. ,
It has been said by thoso who have very largo agricultural Interests
on jour Island that tho people hno not jet got together and are making
or will make no concentrated or energetic effort to woik for tho Repub
lican as against the Democratic and Home Rule tickets. On tho other
hand, woul has been passed around that both the lutter parties are work
ing tooth nnd nail already In the Intel ests ot their Individual nominees.
It goes without snjlng that the Interests with which ou are associated
are stiongly Republican nnd their future Is centered In that party fiom
which It Is expected to rccche with the best assistance of our Delegato
and other Republican Congressmen tho continuance of an ndequnta pro
tective tariff on sugar. It is also expected that with a Republican Ter
ritorial I.cglslatme Island Interests in which nil nro concerned will be
fully piotertod, nnd that there will be no radical chnngo In tho Terrlto
lial luws, as tho Democrats und Home Ruleis would desire to hne.
I therefore sincerely hope thnt ou and others In your district, und,
In fact, all on the Island, will get together, hustle, nnd unitedly work to
make tho Republican ticket come out strong as a wlnnor ut tho next
election. Lot our districts, It possible, make n good record this cnr es
pecially ns to tho Delegate far Congress nnd tho Legislative ticket. If
friction or Jealousy exists because ot divergent Interests In.dirferent dis
tricts tho3o should bo set usldo for thU campaign In particular, for the
reasons nboe mentioned.
Let us liae, If ou can assist In bilnglng It about, a winning ticket
for Republican Delegato nnd a Republican Legislature regardless of Coiln
ty politics, although ou must admit that neither Homo Rulers nor Dem
ocrats huvo been much of a success In tho Inst respect, and with snmo
.hustling- tho olcctlon of the Republican nominees should be a vast lin
.pioveinent on those before them,
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Real Estate Transactions
ousiness, use ine miuuiMH meinoa 01 securing uuji-
to Henry Wntcrhouso Tr Co Ltd
Agrmtj In ro agency and management
Recorded Sent. 29. 1908.
L Alio! b atty to Wong Leung!
n,... ;.. .:? ;.' 0::: : , ... su. 10. Dated sept 23, isos.
r i,,i.n i.. ....... n. .- n- iik 1 Jnnn P dn Sllva to Launahoehoo
... . liui.v INIUVIII, If, I1UI VII oiiu, - " . ' .... . , ..!. ..! !..
Kahulul. Wnlliiku, Maul; 11. II 311, Sugar Co; Kxch L; por Land l'atcnt.ioi i, iuiiauucuuir uumweau .w.n.
P 7 Dated Sept 17. 1908. 4468, WalpunuUI, N llllo; 5 is pd.X Hllo. II 300, p 127. Dated Sept
for 5 rs of all property of the heirs' 0. .,r i ii ((jr) 982,
of W II Cornwoll. Mnul. 11 304. p ,. iina' $1 nnd
W0 Dated Aug 1, 199S. ,""; ""?""?..
of lot 1, Laupahoehoe homestead loti
N Hllo, It 300, p 123. Dated Sept
Florence Rlcknrd to Laupahoehoe
Sugar Co: Agrml, In re cultivation
of sugar cane on 27 53-100 acres at
p 28. Dated Aug
. u Jennings to w A Kinney; AM; $i e(C, 31
1111K " jiDUKini ami nsu on uu 111 ia- ni inns
mall Kst. Koloa, Kauai; 170. I) 309, , , a , ,
p 203. Dated Sept 25, 1908. Laupahoehoe Sugar Co to Juan P
C H Jennings nnd wf to W A Kin- dtt sllva: l:xch '! parturage right
nc. D; 1-8 int In R P's 4053 and on por R P 0798. Kill 4575, Wnl
4054 and bhlg. Koloa, Kauai; $70. U punnlcl, X Hllo; 5 rs pd $1 etc. II
310 p 107. Dated Sept 25, 1908. 313, ,, 2S. Dated Aug 21. 1908,
i.m"Iri-.CfVn","L"1. V, V.1' Al.tone Jardln to Laupahoehoe Su
Ham A Kinney; D; 12 8 Int In R Pb , ,P.n ... , ,
4051 ami 4054, Koloa. Knual; $140. R En'- Co: '" 1,or 0r 4r,7' nl'nnlcI
310. p 109 Dated Sept 21, 1908. N """i G rs I"1 S1 c,c- u 313 '
Kannll (k) b gdn to McUrydo Su- 3n- tcd Aug 21, 1908.
gir Co Ltd; L; Int in R P's 4053 and Laupahoehoe Sugar Co to Antono
4031. Koloa. Kauai; 7 ra at $10 per Jardln; Kxch L; pasturage right on
r II 313, p 23. Dated Aug 25, 1908. por It P c798 Kul 4575, Wnlpunn-
lel, N Hllo; 5 yrs pd $1 etc. U 313,
11 30. Dated Aug 21. 1908.
I' A Schaofcr nnd wf to Jno S Tul- Mnnoel do V Adrian to Laupnhoc-
ler: D; Ap 1. R V 7577, Kul C247, iloc Sugar Co; gxch L; por Or 4493.
rents, etc. Nuiianu ltd, Honolulu; wnlpiinnlcl, Hllo; 5 rs pd $1 etc.
$2,.U0. i; 311, p 11. Dated Sept 21, 11 313. 11 33. Dated Aue 21. 1908.
Recorded Sept. 29, 1908.
Win Charmnn to C R Jardln; Can
L; pc land. 1) 313, p 27. Dated
Sept 24, 1908.
Punoliii Mulr to C II Hcrlng; P A;
gcnernl powers. II 301, p 38 1. Da
ted Apr 13, 1908.
P W Olado and wf by ntts to Goo
Hodlek; D; lots 8 and 9, Ap 1. R P
702 1, rents, etc, Coney list tract, Nu
uiiiiu ltd, Honolulu; $4000, II 311,
p 14. Dated Kept 18, 1908.
A X Campbell tr to Knhal (w) et
al; Rel; R P's 903 and 883, Puahaa,
Wutalua, Oahtt; $300. II 309, p 238.
Dated Sept 29. 1908.
A lcwls Jr to Antono (1 Pntaka;
I); Int In lot 21, blk 7. Kuploluni
tract, Honolulu; $233. 03.
Lnupahochoo Sugar Co to Manoel
dc V Adrian; Kxch L; pasturage
right on por II P 0798, Kul 4575,
Wnipunnlcl, X Hllo; 5 rs pd $1 etc.
11 313. p 33. Dated Aug 21, 1908.
Manuel dc Costa to Laupahoehoe
Sugar Co; L; R W oer Gr 4509,
Walpunalol, N Hllo; 20 yrs pd $150.
II 313, p 30. Dated Sept 6, 190S.
Anna Relnhardt to Laupahoehoe
Sugar Co; Agrmt; to sell for $1,
055.04, Int In cane on 50 24-100
acres of lot 2, Laupahoehoe home
stead lots, X Hllo. II 30G, p 120.
Dated Sept 9, 1908.
Anna Relnhardt to Laupahoehoe
Sugar Co; Agrmt; in re cultivation
ot sugar cane on 50 24-100 acres of
Maul Dry Goods and Groe Co Ltd
to Tokunaga; Rel: bldg, 11 horses, 3
hacks, harness, etc, of Puuneno sta
bles. Kahulul, Maul: $700. II 307,
p 172. Dated Sept 25, 1908.
Tokunngu to J Oarcla, C M; bldgs
11 horses, 6 hacks, 2 buggies, etc,
of Puuncne stables, Kahulul, Maul;
$750. H 307, p 173. Dated Sept
K Xoborl to Y Tnkakuwa; C M:
2 horses, harness, mdse, stock In
trade, furniture, fixtures, etc, lethal
nn, Maul; $2000. II 309. p 280. Da
ted Sept 29, 1908.
Win Charmnn to M R Jardln; Can
L; pc land nnd bldg, Koloa, Kauai.
11 313, p 27. Dated Sept 24, 1908.
Recorded Sept. 30. 1908.
Henry Wharton to Kaapulkl Ktthl-
laina; Rel; pc lund, Kumnnanul, W11
nlun. Oahu; $100. II 309, p 2E8.
Dated Sept 28, 1908.
Kuapulkl Kahilamn nnd wf to Jn
G Dimrte; D; Int In R P Gr 840, Ka
lananul, Wnlaluu, Oahu; $000. tl
311, p 20. Dated Sept 28. 1908.
Wong Tow to Yong Wat Toug;
C M; 1 share In Knnng Cbong Lsg
I firm), cor Mnunnkea und King Bts,
Honolulu; $1500. II 309, p 289. Da
ted Sept 18. 1908.
Wstn & llnwn lmst Co Ltd to Luk
M Chun: D: lut 53, It P 5715, King
St Tract, Honolulu: $900. B 311,
p 21. Dated Sept 4, 1908.
Walpahu Meat Market; Co P D:
meat market business, etc, Walpahu,
II 311, p lot 2. Laupahoehoe homestead lots; Ewa. Oahu; capital 13000, u 304,
. Dated Sept 29, 1908. X Hllo. 11300,1)122. Dated Sept P '" , "?,,,, ,:.l. ,.u
,.,.. n p,.in , m-,1, n in 'n mac Hnk of Hawaii Ltd to Elliabeth
Antono a Putaka to Maria O An- 9, 1908. ' ,,,, ,.,,,,. ,. , , , ,
drnde; D; lot 21, blk 7, rents, ctc.l riorence Rtckard to Lnupahochoo ((1))ll Kul 104lL,'walklkl-kal, Ilono
Kaplolanl tract, Honolulu; $1, etc. Sugar Co; Agrmt; to Bell for $495.- iuiu. 13500. R 309. D 291.' Dated
II 311, p 18. Dated Sept 29, 1908. 50 Int In cane on 27 63-100 acres Rept 30. 1908.
1 Recorded Sept. 28, 1908. 1-G Int In Kuong Ick Loy Co, Tmnt
William II Cornuoll and uf by St, llllo; $800. II 304, p 371. Dated
attjga to Jobephlnu 1. Coinwull et I ; . fopt 1, 1908.
M; int In Kst of W II Cornwcll deed
Int In lauds, leaseholds, DxtuiCB, its,
Maul; $750. U 309, p 283. Diled Aug
John Mnchado and f to I'elcr Mn
chudo ut ul; 1); lot 1. blk V, Kululuiit
tract Honolulu; Int in ost ol Manool
Muchndo, dec; $500. II 311, p 4. Da
ted Sept 14, 1908.
Lelalolm Muiillana to William P
Savldgo; 1); por II P (Ir 101, King St,
Honolulu; $425. II 311, p b. Dated
Sept 28, 1908.
Chlew lllen to l.au Sum, II S; M2
Int In Kwong Ick Loy Co, Piont St,
Hllo; $400. II 304, p 370. Dated Sept
Chlew lllen to Lau Tong; H S;
1 12 Int In Kwong Ick Loy Co, Pi out
St, HIK WO. I) 304, p 370. Dated
Sept 1, 1908.
Leo Wall In to Kwong Chong; US;
Cheo Sing to Kwong Chong; 11 S;
1-fi Int In Kwong Ick Loy Co, Kionl
St, Hllo; $800. 1) 304, p 372. Dated
Sept 1, 1008.
Iltniy WatPi house Tr Co Ltd to
Wm H Conittcll; Rel; various pes
land, hi dgs, Ho stock, wagons, tools,
etc, Kaouoiilu, etc, Kulu, Maul; $u,
500. 11 309, p 2C9. Dated Aug 1,
W O Alkun nnd lit to Henry Wnter
hoimo Tr Co Ltd Ir: D: lots 8, 10 20.
100 acres .laud, Kuonoiilii lots, Kula,
Maul; $000. It 311, p 1. Dated Jan
Heuiy Wnteihouso Tr Co Ltd to
Josephlnu Cornwoll (widow) ut nl;
D; lots 8 10 20-100 acres lain), Koana-
11I 11 lots; Patent r.nns, Kumaole, all
Kula, Maid; $1. II 311, p 3. Dated
All' 1, 1908,
THE REGAL SHOE
THE SHOE THAT PROVES
$3.50 AND $4.00
Hawaii Shoe Co., Ltd.,
TELEPHONE 343. P. 0. BOX 567.
HONOLULU, T. H.. October 13, 1908.
TO OUR FRIENDS:
We regret exceedingly that during the last thirty days we have been obliged to dis
appoint so many of our customers who wished certain styles in REOALS; and also those
intending trying them for the first time, whom we were unable to fit to our satisfaction:
and, too, on our part, losing a large amount of business which would have been ours,
had we been able to foresee the enormous demand the "REGAL SHOE" has created in
this city. Our sales have been so phenomenally large that it would have been impossible
for anyone to estimate the demand sufficiently in advance to take care of them. We de
sire to state, however, that we have been cabling orders weekly to the factory, together
with statements concerning the depleted condition of our stock, and that now we have
received in the Korea today double the amount of our initial stock. We have assur
ances from the REGAL FACTORY that in the future everything possible will be done to
rush our orders, so that our advantage in pleasing our trade will be equal to that of any
of the 487 REGAL STORES at present doing business in the United States and foreign
countries. Our present shipment, to the amount of $30,000 in REGAL SHOES alone, we
will open within two or three days, and will include all that is new in the creation of
fashionable footwear. All the late models, shapes, and leathers now being shown, for Fall
selection, in the fashion centers of the East, will be represented here in the famous
quarter sizes of the REGAL, and only obtained in these, thus assuring everyone an
absolutely perfect fit.
' Yours very truly, "
REGAL SHOE STORE.
Joscphtno Coin well (widow) ot al