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I Ji.j Business Office,
The St might
tlcl.it tn vote.
ticket Is the
"As I said in my speech nt Anl.i
Park, couutiy cemes Ilrsl, putty sec
ond, ns n matter nf rouree.
"Tills I10K3 NOT MIJAN tli.lt
PARTY should lio lONOlli:!) or that
lho VOTIIR should KPloJt from the
i)irn:m:NT paktiks the hi:t
mi:. vu:wj:d as individuals.
"PARTIES AKI1 Ni:ci:sSAUY ant!
i:siuaiii.i: i.v rf.prkskxtativi:
"Team work Is essential to accom
plish prnrllcal results. Accordingly
In politics as well ns basinet's It I
often necessary to select mill voto for
men who hy working together can nc
complleli tloslrda results even though
they nre not men who. might ho pre
ferred ns liulh liluals.
"Of course, thorn may ho men on
onlyiTorritoiy to protect the elections "10 l'a" cnci who should not ho
Ifiom fr.id. Is It the Intention of0,eu Ior cll"cr or "ia Rood of tho
CIRCULATION LAROEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
Enirrcd at the ToMorTcf at Honolulu
KfToiitl clan m liter.
R1DAY OCTOBER 23, 1008
I the Attorney General to enforce the
Cathcnil , law or not?
If the threats made against Mr.
Cathcart to fence him to withdraw
Tho mnu who hopes by his vole to irm ,iH enndldney for City and
County Attorney arc not n distinct
rio in the lully tonight
Mill speak fur himself.
promote the Interests of tho Terr!
lory will ote tho straight ticket.
Print Iples mi against personalities
would wite .politics fiom the degen
FrniliiR Influences of the defamation
Inukca's noonilay talks would havo
more force If the pollee hnil n lecord
fur hMiik residents of Muno.i clll
i lent pultee protection.
Elimination of one nnmc from the
Itralght ticket incnnstlint the friends
of that man will thrust their knife
Into the other candidates whom you
country or party, hut Just where tho
lino should ho drawn Is n matter for
Individual Judgment. "
nnd In tho
The challenge thut Cnthc.ufs do
f.tmerH come luto luurt Is being ac
(opted with the same speed that thei
mall hoy lcsrnnds vto his father's
cull wtion ho expects It means a
Tho ilorutiiatluii Imicnu luis litinip-
iJl in. nmilnttt tiiiifli tli.it wjik lint nv i I' "I
pectcd. It needs to consult with lts!'"uro w"' '' P''' ." "l
nttiirney hefore proceeding, notwith
standing Its press agent said the litl
lenn Mas loinpleti'l.N prep.ucd with
all Its data and Invited iflsctuulon
mi the Ktuuip and In court.
FOR THE STRAIGHT TICKET.
After Mr. Cathead has made his
Kpeech this ovenlng thero should ho
mi end of tho Lacking and lining on
Jlio part of tho Republican candi
dates. Ah the Bulletin understands It,
tho coinmlltoo Is to hao a final meet
ing unit piss upon tho Cathead af
fair aftor tho upecch is made1. When
thut nction Is taken the party candi
dates ns a unit ehnuld get behind tho
tlckot as a wholo and work heartily
and honestly for tho straight ticket.
If stialght M.tlng docH not prevail
i In this City and County, thero Is tho
gravest danger that tho chief suffer
er will lie tho head of tlm ticket and
the Senatorial candidates. A divided
jiaity means knifing all along tho
A Ktralghtforwaicl campaign for
tho straight ticket means Ictoiy.
and dl.'cct violation of this law, the
wording of the stntuto Is mciely
such ns to decorate the p.ises of a
law hook, hut of no value to the people.
Threats havo not only
In the public prints to
havo been made verbally
presence of witnesses.
Nor has the movement to force tho
withdrawal been confined to threats.
Cathcart has been offered Immunity
from attack if ho would withdraw.
Ho has been threatened and ho has
been offered favors. Some call this
blackmail. The law indicates that it
Is election fraud.
Testimony should he gleu on this
point by overy member of tho com
mittee before whlrh tho charges
against Cathead weio originally pie
scnted. They should be able to tes
tify as to tho truth of cine of tho de
tainers swelling up like a poisoned
and announcing that cino day
proposition, which Included ns Its
"price" the withdrawal of Mr. Cath-
And If a money consideration had
been offered to Kaca to liillueuco him
to withdraw from the ticket, Is that
any reason why the law should not
The Eltuatlcn Is such that It Is up
to the Attorney General to determine
whether the law on election fraud Is
to pioiect tho ballot or not
What arc vou going to do about
Is election fraud to go unpunished?
ELECTION FRAUD COMMITTED.
CHILLINGWORTH AND CATHCART.
Tho General Election Laws of the
Torrltor under Chnpter 9 on "Of
fenses Against niectlon Laws" con
tain tho following:
SEC. 103. ELECTION FRAUDS.
The following persons shall be deem
ed guilty of an election fraud:
0. Every person who induces or
procures any pcrton to withdraw
from being a candidate at an elec
tion in consideration of any payment
or ifift, or valuable consideration;
OR OF ANY THREAT: and EVERY
CANDIDATE WHO WITHDRAWS
FROM BEING A CANDIDATE IN
PURSUANCE OF SUCH INDUCE-'
WENT OR PROCUREMENT.
SEC. 109. PENALTIES. Every
tierson found guilty of an election
fraud shall he punished by a fine of
not less than one hundred dollars or
exceeding one thousand dollars, or
by imprisonment at hard labor for
any term not less than ten days or
exceeding two years, or by both such
fine and imprisonment at the discie
tion of the court. Besides such pun
ishment, such person shall be disqual
ified from voting and from holding
any otHcc under the government, and
from being elected or occupying a
seat in the legislattue, If the person
so convicted shall hold any office
either elective or appointive, at the
time of such conviction, such office
shall at once and without mention, in
such sentence or other proceeding
be vacated by such conviction. The
judge or magistrate before whom
such conviction is had shall imme
diately transmit to the secretary of
the Territory the name or such pei
To say that tho "caBe ag'tlnst Calh
cad" has surfered a sovcie and ridic
ulous slump U to put It mildly.
The community U flnnll aroused
and tho almost unfailing ordlit or
the reputablo I uslness men Is one of
condemnation of tho attacks made oa
tho candidate for City and County
i:erj charge that has been
brought out was then (Highly gouo
over by leput.ible huslncbs men and
attornejs befo.e tho enemies of tho
pady made them piddle. Tho cha.gcs
were not considered siilllclcnt to con
demn Mr. Cathcart and furnished no
leason for his withdrawal from tho
party ticket or public life, 'lho
t-ources of information were not con
Now comes the tlireat thnt tho ex
act words wlileh Mr. Cathcart used
In his alleged conversation with
Ch.ules ChlJllrigv,oith, regarding
making u deal with lawbreakers, will
be made public.
Mr. Clilllingworth has nlicady giv
en the wolds of this alleged conver
sation to members of tho County
Committee and other lepiltablo busi
ness men of clear head and careful
Clillllngwoith has himself admit
ted that tho phraso which he alleges
to quote Is capable of many interpre
t'hlllliigwoith has admitted that
there Is a possibility of his having
mlsundcihlood Mr. C'athcnit.
Clilllingworth has admitted that
he, Clillllngwoith, put an ovll lutCr
pi citation on the wuids ho claims nro
a dlicet quotation.
Clilllingworth has also admitted
Dial the alleged conversation occu
pied only about four minutes and
was never again lefened to by Cath
ead on nny subsequent occasion.
It Is a case of the wind and con
clusions of Chlllliigwoilh ng.iliiht
fathead In' the llrht jifaco. Cath
cart has a lecord of most vigorous
pinsccutltm of criminals. Clillling
worth has been charged hy the men
now using him ns a witness with
having been not oHir-enthiisla"'tIc In
limning down violators of the gaiii-
Chllllnswortli, who retailed the talk
to Hi own and Dote, now admits that
ho might poslhly have put the
wrong Interpretation on tho words
rinnlly It appears to leasnnablo
men, and llrown Is man enough to
admit It, thnt tho Interpretation
was wrong and n serious lnjtistlco
win done Mr. Cathcart. This view
of It Is certainly supported hy tho
fact that Chillliigworth said himself
that at no other ttino licfore or sluco
has Cathead over liiado any refer
ence to the subject or repeated tho
It Is to be expected that tho evil
Interpretation will be plajcd up hy
Cathead's enemies, hut It Is' not nc
cepted by those who rcfuso to con
vict a man and try him afterwards.
Had the same comse hecu pursued
ngalust Chillingworlh, while ho was
Deputy Sheriff, that ho novr counte
nances against Cnthcait, he would ho
standing before this community In u
much more unhappy light than oven
his new friends tried to put him.
if this community had consented to
condemn Chillliigworth on tho tin-
suppoitcd evidence of an alleged con
versation ii'gaidlug the laubic.ikcrs,
ho would have been down unci out
long ago, and possibly Indicted by t'ao
(J rand .luiy.
It 13 a mighty poor rulo that will
not work both ways. When Clill
lingworth was attacked ho called for
u fair deal.
The people of tho City and County
of Honolulu will not support tho spe
cies of blackmail mid mlsiepreseuta
tlou which ' tho campaign against
Cnthcait pioduccs va Its leading fea
tures. It will bo n matter of genulno sur
prise If the people find reason to
make t amnion c.iusn with tho ene
mies or the Itepuhllcnn pady afler
the meeting tonight.
NEW; two bedrooms; electric lights;
modern plumbing; sewer; gas; and
other modern improvements.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
91G FORT STREET.
HIGH SUGAR PRICES.
The advance In the prlco of beet
sugar when the new-ciop Is nbout
coming into the market bears much
promise of a certain and perhaps sou
national rlso of the price of sugar. In
vlow of tho private dispatches re
garding the beet ciop, thero Is "no
telling" what may happen.
Comparing the rango of prices for
thojiast three or fuur eai's, tho rec
ord shows that tho sharp advance In
beets at this time nt the year Is un
usual. Kvcn In the year when the
price of sugar went to Ilvo cents mid
later fell most abiuptly, tho Increase
In the prlco of Kuropeau beets did
not begin till well Into tho mouth of
On tho assumption thnt the pics-
cut advance Is duo to tho outlook for
the crop that Is to supply the market
for the next six months, the man who
prcdlcta mi extraordinary soaring of
pi Ices and oen live-cent sugar has
precedents to suppoil his catiho.
If thoi shodnge of tho Kuropeau
crop Is as heavy as predicted In the
Kuropeau centers, tho prices should
go very much higher. The Cuban i
ciop, while cuilalu to ho well hit a
lutll loll tons this J car, is uo luge
enough 'to ovTrcoino the shorluge in
Uuropc of tun licet ciop.
Sugar consumption In the nnliii.i!
order or events should be laiger this
coming jcar than during the twelve
monlliB passed. This will hold prices
high and peihaps put them very high
during tho early part of tho year.
Tho picwpeclH for a well-sustained
market for our own sugar aio excep
tionally good, TJio advlco of a jc.cr
ago to "buy" will hold good for tho
coining sugar seabon.
For Boys and Youths
Correspond to STK1N-BI,0CK Clothes for
Most' Koys Suits are just "slammed
ton-ether" and pressed Into shape. "Sam.
are tailored by sp
There's just as much style in a Boys'
"Sampcek" suit as there is in his big
brother's. Let us fit a s.uk to your boy's
M. MdNERNY, Ltd., Fort and Merchant
!' i' I
$4 a Year and up
Individual hexes in our Safe De
posit Vault may be rented by the
month or, year.
Deeds, wills, nnd all documents of
value may be kept where there is ab
solutely no danger of their being de
stroyed or lost.
The rent is fifty cents a month, or
four dollars a year.
You have easy access to thcXbox
a( all times; no one else can open it.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
, son, Hie oireme of which ho has been I'lim: laws.
convicted and the sentence of the
The foregolug is the law ol tho
Ii Is a ca'se of tlm Interpieiallon
of Clillllngwoith In the second place.
Assuming for lho snko of argument
that u toiivcrsatlou did tulto place,
Messages may now ho sent to friends
on arriving or departing
.THE RATES ARE LOW.
: Republican Orphcum, Cathcart
Democratic Opposite Kalulanl
Democratic I'auoa Chinch.
Thn llopubllcnns aio making prep
arations for a big meeting to bo held
tonionow evening at Kakaako. The
Coiiconlln Ham' has been engaged to
tour tho sliects in the klnltv for
some tlino before, tho meeting opens
to ilium tho voters together. On
Monday evening the Republicans wilt
hold a meeting cm tho silo of tho
old Normal School on the corner of
Port and School streets. This nlM)
will ho pieceded hy u musical tour
of the Concordia Hand.
TO THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, AND
WATER O. SMITH.
In your paper, the Advertiser, you refer to my libel suits
against you as "bluffs'' and intimate editorially that they arc
never to be tried, but will be dropp:d after election.
Thcie is time to try these libel suits or some of them before
election. Under the law you have a right to delay, but there is
no need of it. There arc now four cases filed against you.
I hereby challenge you to an immediate trial of any of these
cases you may choose to select, and offer to go nt once before n
jury ami give you an opportunity to prove your assertions.
You have repeatedly said that your cases arc ready. You
may file your answers instantcr, waive your rights of delay nnd
go into court at once if you desire.
I am ready to meet the issues at a moment's notice and my
attorneys also arc ready to conduct the cases.
If you accept this challenge, there is time enough for a jury
to decide between us before election day. If you refuse it, the
only reason for refusal will be that you fear the result of meet
ing responsible witnesses in court, nnd prefer to keep up your
daily campaign o! irresponsible slander.
JOHN W. CATHCART.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1908.
Judge I.Indsn'H Couit:
Kstalo Counter; adiulnlstiatlon, 9
IMwanls v. Itcgo, fl:S0 n. in. w
Judge Do Holt's Court:
Kalelklul v. A. Waloi house, aduille
(ration estate of A. Kauhl.
Jiidg cDole's Court:
Wynne trial, continued.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Former County Attoine) Kalua has
been Indicted for perjaiy b lho Maul
Grand Jury, according to reports that
hnvo reached lieie. Kalua was for
meily a Clicult Judge. He wns u can
didate for lecdecllon for C niuij Attor
ney thee. -
A. I., U. Atkinson, the chaluu.iit
of the Republican Ccntial Commit
tee, Is expected to arrive fiomcMaul
tommrow. Delegate Kalanlnnnoln
may ulso uridvc.
Wc are showing two of tho swell
t'.t pieces of SILK ever imported
These arc of ,
Doublo .Width, a dress pattern
Light Blue and one of Gray.
Entered for Record Oct. 22, 1903,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4'p. m.
S K Castle I.'bt Ltd to Mary i: Chirk. I)
Hank or Hawaii Ltd to i: C Winston
I! C .iibtmi In lllshop Ttlitl Co
Hank of Hawaii Ltd In W M Wen
Loo Chun and by Tr to Lou Chuck ,AI
I.oo Chuck to Ah Kill '. AL
Helen C Carpenter hy Tr In A'uo--
tusla llrliowiill Hoi
Mrs. Cloud Uaupir et all lo Albert
N Cnni.ihell I)
KohIii Kiiiiiakahiikllaiil ami hsh to
(icorgo F. Davles .1."
Entered for Record Oct. 23, 1303,
from 0 a. m, to 10: 30 a. m.
W M Minion unci wf lo Kllza V Mae.
li II Herrcy to A N Camphull Tr. .AM
A N Camphull Tr to Mary llaupu
et al ltd
Marlon C Ciook and hub to Jnnies
II Raymond Tr Tr 1)
James II Raymond Tr to II Water-
liouso Tr Co l.t I Tr Tr 1)
II Wateihousc Tr Co Pd lo Marion
C. Crook 1)
Angela M .Mann do Mailou C Ciouk
Mailou C Ciook.Jo !' i: Thompson. l'A
.Marlon C Ciook hy atly to Western
& Ilawn Invst Co Ltd M
M II da Sllvelia and wr lo James I.
McLean ,. , D
Walliiku Sugar Co to C Hi ewer &
Co Ltd 1)
I N Kahiiln and wr to, O 1) Lufklu ..H
I'aomoku and wf lo C I) l.ufkln ....II
David Mahoo and wr to CI) Lurklu..!)
Chlng Abu and wf to C I) Lufkln . .1)
C llrewer & Co Ltd lo C I) Lulkln.KxD
Mnry Caetapo and Iisli lo 8 W Na-
William R Castle Jr and f lo Maiy
M. Sllva D
Theio weio SIl.Mi mllea of over
head and cabin wlies III operation la
India In 19IIT, ngalust -l,riGr in 1 KT.7.
Tho annual earnings of tho cables
between India and lhuopo since
IHOli-iao.l show ft surplus each year
of from Sl.0u,000 to $1,200,000
THE POPULARITY OF
IS UNSURPASSED BY ANY
For Elegance in Design, Du
rability, and Cheapness of
Price it acknowledges no superior.
j In our large stock will be
! found many Hew Pieces ofi
I this Famous Ware at New)
I Yoik prices, i
11. F. Wichman & Co.
LEADING JEWELERS. I
A Ileilln paper bajs that Now York
j the thlid (icrmnu city In tho
win Id, In point of population, "With
Its lifiikfiU!) Cermnns," it ;ays, "It Is
exceeded in size only by Herlln, which
has about 2,000,000 nnd by Ham
burg, which has 730,000." ,
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
J. K. KALANIANA0LE
E. W. 0.UINN
' Firth District
E. B. MIKAIiEMI .
A. ti. KALEI0PU
S. P. C0RRF.A
D. K. KAMA
S. P. MAIEIUA
' Fourth District
A. D. CASTRO ,
R. W. SHINGLE '
J. C. COHEN
E. A. D0UTHITT
E. A. C. LONG
, JOHN C. LANE .
JOHN WISE !
HilRRY YON HOLT
). KALAU0KALANI JR.
Tho total aiea sown lo glngelly In
the Madras piesideucy, India, Is 5:15,
000 ncres, tho estimated yield for
which is 11,18!) tons. Tills Is tho
lommoiclal iiiimo for sesame, from
which tho'valuo of oil pioducccl an
nually IsTibout $.1,1193,01-1.
0m a I
It Is said on tho authority of llioso
versed In statistics that there mo to
I day 12,000,000 pupils on tho nctual
lolls of tho Sunday schools ami that
they aio distributed among 151,000
schools and taught by 1,500,000
ACcoidlng to Chlueso law u wife
who is toh talkative may ho divorced.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
ST. (IKOItlli: RIJHF, CALIFOR
NIA Notice Is hereby glvon that
owing to continuous fog and scnulty
of water, R may hoiouio nciessar- at
any time to discontinue the opoiatlcm
6f tho bteam fog-slgnnl at St. (fpoign
Reef Llglit Station, off Critcpnt City,
California. Tfln signal will not bo
discontinued, limynver, until nbso
lutel uecessars, mill Will resume op
nation again as soon ns sulhclent wa
tor Is on hand.
R. W. AYLETT
ANDREW E. COX
WM. "A. KA-NE
J. C. QUINN
DEFUTY SHERIFF OF HONOLULU
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
Thos. G. Thrum.
1003 FORT ST.
4000 (Jreen Roofing Slala 10"xl0".
600 Ono and Two Prong Iron Fenct
1 25-gnllon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12'" Wrought Pipe.
EMilELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
Pau Ka Hana
IN THE HOUSE.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. lienr Vnrt
Jiy ouler of the LIsMhouse Hoard. Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
itasatSkkMlMsi ;':. I'urt
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