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EVEMINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It,, SATURDAY, OCT. 24, 1908.
Fall Exhibit of Exclusive Millinery
VOTE THE STHI
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
. W. QUINN
E. B. MKA1EMI
A. U. KALEIOPU
S. P. C0RRF.A
D. X. KAMA
S. P. MAIEIUA
A. I). CASTRO
E. W. SHINGLE
J. C. COHEN
E. A. D0UTH3TT
E. A. C. LONG:
JOHN C. LANE
HARRY YON HOLT
D. KALAUOKALANI JR.
R. W. AYLETT
ANDREW E. COX
WM. A. KA-NE
J. C. QUINN
DEFUTY SHERIFF OF HONOLULU
4000 Green Rooting Slate 10"xl0
COO One and Two Prone Iron Fence
1 25-galIon Drum Commercial Eth
1 Castlron Fitting with Flange,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMHELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. . Phone 211.
Pau Ka Hana
IN THE HOUSE.
LUNOHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., it agent for the but engraving
and lithographing company on'
the Paciflo Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
Democrats and Home
Rulers on Kuhio's Trial
KEEN CONTEST BETWEEN THREE TICKETS
McCandless May Make Flying Trip To Hamakua
And Hilo This Week To Win Back Portuguese
Vote-Home Rulers Strong in
Kona and Kohala
(Special to tlio II u 1 1 c 1 1 rf) . fore, that tlio ticket follows the Shcr
IIILO, Hawaii. Oct. 23. Tliero Iff. it would seem nlisolntelv nnces-
Is an exceedingly peculiar political
situation In the County of Hawaii,
Prince Kuhlo will probably carry the willing to see nnothcr Home Hulo
County for Delegate though his vote .Hoard of Supervisors and other Coun
f 1928 In 189C will bo reduced to ty officials, who will' naturally be
1500 or even less when ho needs ov- elected with tlio Home Hulo Sheriff.
ery vote that can be obtained. There
is reason for tills. terestcd In this contest as Is the Rc-
In the first tilnce. the Ronubllcan'tiiitillt-im lurmign inn if si.mio.1 viit
party In this County hus llred Its big 'probably carry with him some can
gun In Hilo two weeks before the'dldutcs from both these tickets, the
cl030 of the campaign. In somo parts'Democrnts having the ndvnntnge ho
of-this Islands, except for tho nctlv- cause they uro still touring this 'Isl
Ity of the Supervisors and Dcnuty'nml whlln Mm iim.ni.Monna i,,.v tin
Sheriffs In' their respective districts,
tney will Have no large ordnance to
nro ior ni least inreo weens ucrore
tho election, thnt time having elaps
ed betweon the visit of Delegato Ku
hlo and election day.
On the other hand, both the Home
Rule and Democratic candidates nro
now making a tour of the County,
undoing the work done by tho Repub
licans. Furthermore, the Home Rule
candidate for Delegate, Mr. Chnrles
Notley, will speak In Hilo on the
eve of the election, while It Is ru
mored thnt Mr. McCandless will make
a flying trip along the Hamakua
const and to Hilo at the close of this
month and early In November, re
turning by special steamer to Hono
lulu In time to speak there on No
vember .2. If these two leaders of
the Home Rule and Democratic par
ties carry out these programs, with
only the work of the local Repub
lican candidates against them, tliero
Is not tho least doubt as to their
ability to change votes.
Another factor, and an Important
one. In the County situation, Is tho
contest for the office of Sheriff. The
Republican and Democratic candi
date, Mr. Samuel Pua, has not got
tho solid support of the Republican
vote, many preferring to sco the
present incumbent of tho office, Mr.
W. M. Keolanul, tho Homo Rule can
didate, given a second term. In the
election of 190G, Mr. Keolnnut re
celved 1953 votes, 28 more than Del
egate Kuhlo, his opponent receiving
only 788 votes. On this baslB, there
fore, Mr, Pua must get more than
COO of the Keolanul votes of two
years ago In order to win. J, K. Na-
hulc, who tlion, ran against Keola
nul, was not popular with the Ha-
waliniiB. Sam Pua Is. Hut against
this is the fact that Keolanul has an
organized force of nearly CO police
officers, most of whom will work for
In a County contest, the candidate
for Sheriff heads the ticket. Among
those elected In 190C, with 8hcrlff
Keolanul n'nd on his fusion ticket,
were tho two Senators, five out of
eight members of the House of Rep
resentatives, six out of seven Super
visors, the County Auditor, the Coun
ty Treasurer, the County Attorney,
and flvo out of nine Deputy Sheriffs.
Tlio Republicans got what was left.
Sam Pua's Republican voto for Coun
ty Clerk in 1900 was 1527, or 420
less than that of the Homo Rule
Sheriff. It was exceeded only by tho
votes of Keolanul, Kuhlo, Magutre,
and Williams. Noxt to Kuhlo he
was by far the strongest candidate
on the Republican ticket.
This year, as In 1900, thcro arc
only two candidates for Shorlff. As
suming, as bus been the case hereto-
Jsary for every llcpubllcnii voter to'
cast his ballot straight unless he Isl
'Tho Democratic party Is as much In-
There Is one morn point for con?
sldoratlon. The Hawaiian voters In
this section, both Republicans and
Democrats, who are avowedly for
Pun as against Keolanul, hearing
that some of tho white Republican
voters Intend to cast their ballots for
Keolanul, have expressed their de
termination, If this be done, to voto
solidly for Pua and every Homo Rule
candidate excepting Keolanul.
On the south sldo of the Island,
where thcro nro seven hundred votes,
the Republicans nro weak, and It Is
doubtful oven whether Kuhlo will
beat McCandless there. In Kohaln,
us In tho Konas, there Is also much
Home Rule strength. So apparent
has this become thnt Desha leaves
hero today for 'nnothcr run through
thnt section, with Senator Hewitt,
and Swnln, tho Republican candidate
for Treasurer. This, of course, weak
ens tho Hamakua and Hilo soctloiiB.
The Democrats have a last contin
gent Just Btarted on the same tour,
but thoy have somo strength behind
thorn In Hilo, and if McCandless
should make a final rush trip along
this coast ha will cut heavily Into
tho work done by Kuhlo. The Homo
Rulers havo strong men on tho south
sldo and, for tho last ten days of tho
campaign, will havo good strength
hero with Notley nt tho finish.
Today the situation favors a con
tinuance of Homo Rule government
for the County, with tho odds only
Bllghtly In favor of Kuhlo In case Mc
Candless should return to tho Rig
Island for a flying trip with a special
steamer to land him In Honolulu on
Monday morning, November 2.
The Republicans need some good,
lint work with tho best men that can
bo spared by tho party.
UNCERTAINTY AS TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
with assets of over $14400.000, and a
turplui of over $1,300,000, Is now Issu
ing a Guaranteed investment contract,
with Guaranteed Annual Earning!
added, on payment of second and aub
sequent deposits. In ease of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and be paid during life.
It will pay you to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRU8T CO.
i m e
San Francisco Hoard of Works re
moves former Police Commissioner
Itngarty from position of district
Mr a. I, Lowenborg wus the guest
of honor at an elaborate reception in
Our Coast Unprotected
And Two Fleets -In
Washington, Oct. 1C President
Roosevelt has ordered the Pacific licet
to the Atlantic ocean tn give Indisput
able proof to tho Japanese of his belief
In their protestations of friendship, as
wnss as to convince tho American
people of his utter disbelief of com.
plications In tho Fur Kast likely to
lead to war.
Diplomatic conditions havo been
such since the Atlantic fleet reached
tho Pacific that tho President believes
Its full mission has boon accomplished.
Hu sees no reason for Its longer con
tlnuanco in Pacific waters and he has
ordered It home. The withdrawal of
the Pacific fleet Is u further conces
sion to tho manifested good will of this
country's far eastern neighbors and
Is a direct roBUlt of tho splendid wel
come accorded to the Atlantic fleot.
Will Meet at Guantanamo.
Tho Pacific fleet will leave Magda
lena Day, about December 1st for tho
throe months' cruN, around South
America, flu approximately tho samo
dafo the great Atlantic fleet of buttle
ships will sail for tho Atlantic from
Manila. via the Sues Canal and tho
Mediterranean. They will meet about
tho first of next April off Guantnnnmo
for record target practice.
, With tho sailing of tho two fleets
December 1st, tho Pacific Coast will
bo left naked to Its enemies. If there
bo any Biich. The few warships left
on tho Coast will not bo moro than suf
ficient to do police duty nmong tho
seal waters of Alaska should they grow
unruly and defy tho law.
Practice at Magdalena.
The Pacific fleet, under Admiral
Swinburne, Is on Its way to Magda
lena bay from n srulso to Honolulu
and Samoa. UKin its arrival nt Mag
dalena Hay It will begin battle prac
tice. About the same tlmo the Atlantic
fleet will have similar practice In Ma
At tho completion of the battle prac
tlco at Magdalena bay the Pacific fleet
will start for tho East.
It will visit Panama, Callao, Coqulm
bo and Talcalmano, arriving off Ouan
tanamo In tlmo for tho spring record
At tho conclusion of these practices
tho Pacific fleet will return to Its sta
tion at tlio California ports. It has
been announced that tho Pacific fleot
Is to bo sent to Ouantnnamo for tho
record practice Immediately after Its
visit to Now York, and tho necessary
cleaning of tho warships at the navy
Assembles Entire Navy.
It Is not necessary that all tho ves
sels of both fleets Bhould be at Guan
tanamo for record practice at tho same
tlmo. This practlco Is of an Individual
vessol, differing from battle practlco,
where tho vessels of a fleot act In
Should tho Atlantic and Pacifl (loots
meet at Guantanamo with tho vessels
now composing the Atlantic squadron
which will havo rccjord practice also,
It will mark tho assembly of almost
tho entire American navy, and will bo
ono of the greatest gatherings of navul
vessels ever held.
Stanford students fight blaze on
campus, which endangers fraternity
Knlomologlsts of University begin
Ihrco day discussion of Argentine ant
Abduction of Miss Tols Forsythe.
Snntn Rosa girl, still remains a mys
Lack of money halts trial of Halns
brothers In Queens county, N. V.
California Safe Deposit & Trust
Company s books show fraudulent en
try ,and receiver resists suit for mon
oy. Trans-Mississippi commercial Con
gress refuses to Indorce proposed par
cel post by voto of 140 to CO.
Walter K, Fuller, varsity football
captain, weds Miss Edna May Shop-hard.
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Our Big Ne-W Stook Is Here
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Expert mending done wlile you wait. Best materials
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L. L. McCANDLESS
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E. M. WATSON
W. A. HALL
E. K. RATHBURN
W. K. APUAKEHAU
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H. N. CRABBE
JOSEPH U. KUHIA
W. H. McCLELLAN
J. K. PAELE
A. V. PETERS
M. E. SILVA
CITY AND COUNTY SHERIFF
WM. PAUL JARRETT
CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR
J. C. ANDERSON
CITY AND COUNTY CLERK
GEORGE K. LOWE
CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY
W. S. EDINGS
CITY AND COUNTY TREASURER
R. H. TRENT
DEPUTY SHERIFF, HONOLULU
CHAS. H. ROSE
DEPUTY SHERIFF, EWA
JOSEPH H. MAKANANI Jr.
DEPUTY SHERIFF. WAIANAE
R. L. GILLILAND
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Men's Heels, 25 cents.
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