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8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. OCTOBER 26 1908-8 PAGES
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Says of Cathcart
(By CIRCUIT JUDGE ROBINSON) '
".liilm V. C'ntlKiiit, If not tliu host. In ono of llio best prose
cuting olllclala wo linvu ovar linil Mi the C'licult Com to licic. Ah
In tho tiulli or falsity of tlio charges ngalnst lilm, I, of course,
Know nothing. Hit t of IiIh record as a prosecutor, not u perse
cutor, I can speak. Ho has tried his enscj ndir.tlly and well; 1m
liaH alwajs been fair to llio Court, iictcr wishing to conceal
things that might liao n tendency in favor of an accused man;
lie has shown a deslro to leacli tho libitum of every case, and at
all times linH boon an able. Inmost, mid uiilliiRfriiiK officer In tho
perfonnanco of his duty, so far at ho has como under my notice.
This Is not politics; It Is tho truth."
Tho majority of criminal cases luivo been tried during tho
past jenr In .Judgo HoIiIiimiu's court.
ARE ROOTED OUT
Kuhlo's Tour of Maui Is
Great Success for
(Special to the Hullo tin) ,
WAII.UKU, Maul, Oct. 23. Itu
liubllcan Delcsato l'rlnco Jonah Ku
lilo Kalanlanaole, accompanied by
lion. A. U. C. Atkinson and Magls
trate A. S, Mahaulu, arrived on Maul
fiom Hawaii by tho steamer Claudlno
last Tuesday morning. '
Tho Delegate opened his Maul
iitmp.ilgu at 'Knupo and Kipabulii
Inst Tuesday forenoon, and at liana
tho same evening. His ciowds at
tended tho iiicctlngH of tho Deloguto
nnil hh traveling companions,
rlpcorhos were Hindu nt NablKu and
Keanao Wednesday inmnliig. On Wed
ncsday evening u largo and enthusi
astic mooting was held at onu of tho
HiiRiir warehouses of tho Kahulul
ltallroad Company at Kabulul.
Trains convoyed people fiom 1'ala,
I'miiicuc, and Sprockelsvlllc. About
seven bundled Republicans greeted
tho l'rlnco that evening. Tho plat
form wiiB gnlly decorated with tho
American and Hawaiian Hags, whllu
tho l'uuncne orrhcHtrn furnished
campaign music for tho delectation
of tho 'hundreds of hlralghl Republi
Hon. Joel Nakaloku of Mtdoknl was
tho Ilifit speaker of tho uveutng, and
the woida of this budding young ora
tor from lllua'B cornt strand caught
n respouslvo chonl with Ills hearers
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mid was loudly ihecred. Tho Intcr
picleis of tho (veiling were S. KcIII
liol, A. S. Mabaulu, and Hon. W. .f.
Coelho. Hun. A. I. C. Atklnton, 13.
Il, Carley, mid W. T. Hiiblusnu, wore
tho other speukeiH. Hon. H. 1. Jl.tld
win Introduced tho speakers.
Tho l'rlnco spoko for'nvcr an hour
In butb Hngllsh mid Hawaiian and
was moot enthusiastically received.
Kal'inlauaolp spoke at I'ulcbu, Kula,
'Ihiirsday morning, and at Tutures'
Makawao poslollUu at noon.
Another hip meeting was held lit
Walhcc Church in tho evening, but
llio blgg(-t,t .nut most enthusiastic po
litical meeting yet hold on Maul was
on Market street, Walluku, last oven
lug. A decorated platform wan erec
ted on Market street, being adorned
with American and Hawaiian Hags.
Long before 7 o'clock Mnrkct street
was lined with peoplo from Ray
mond's butcher shop to tho Kepolkr.i
building. Ladles of nil ranks turned
out to hear the l'rlnco In tho open
air meeting, mid Market street In all
tho political history of Walluku was
nctor graced with mi many of the
leading ladlea of society before,
Tho Democrats had a meeting at
t'apohnMi tho curly part of tho even
ing and they hurried Hack to bear
tho l'rlnco elucidate llio different
matters which bo successfully han
dled In Congress. I'orhaps It is safe
to cstlnutto that tbeio wero over
twelve Hundred peoplo present, mid
their cx client bubavlor even sur
prlsd tho Delcgulo, One or two
Home HuleiH who hud freely Imbibed
at an adjoining saloon, attempted to
ask foolish (incstlonn of tho I'rinoi
mid tho Democrats mid Homo Hulers
ptesent worn disgusted with, tho ns
clnlnu (itiestlons propounded, Ilnth
Atkinson ami tho Dolegato wcio well
leeelved, which was mcisL encourag
ing to tho ItcpuhUcau leaders. Tho
(Continued on Pace 2)
Fort and Hotel Sts.
WORK FOR COMING WEEK
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WILL DE IMPORTANT
Wynne's Murder Trial
Promises To 8e
.lames Heed, former hccoml offlccr
on the oil bteamer Itosccrans, was
tho first witness put ou tho stand In
tlio trial of John Wynne for tho
murder of Engineer McKlnnon, and
Ills testimony promises to bo of tho
Lensatlonal order. This morning tho
most of tho time of tho court wns
taken up by the settlement of vari
ous points of legal pioccdttro for ex
ample and precedent. In tho contin
uation of tho trial, lloth Rawlins
mid Thompsuoi: nro steeled for a le
gal strugglo that will undoubtedly
bo dragged out over conslderublo
length of time, mid consequently nro
allowing no point In tho early part
of tho trial to escape their notlco or
go without objection or contradiction,
In tho first place, It was agreed
this morning that tho uicmhci'H of
tho Jury would not havo to bo con
fined' together during tho course of
tho trial, but they will lie allowed to
i.oparato and slay at 'their respeetlve
homes until t'.io trial has closed. A
motion to this effect was allowed by
.ludgo Dole. Attoruoy Rawlins for
tho prosecution then road tho Indict'
ment on tho counts under which
Wjnr.o Is now being tried, tho read
ing or tho first end second counts be
ing objected to. Rnwllus then slut
oil to tho Jury that ho would bring
witnesses to show that tho crime had
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823 FORT ST.
John C. Lnno was given rousing
cheers today by the employes of tho
Honolulu lion Works, where ho gave'
nu nddiess ut uoou. His speech,
though brief, was right to the point.
and tho voters tolccd their approba
tion at Its end.
I.uno cniplinslred the fact that ho
was not n corpoiallon man, mid that
ho would, in the event of hit election
as tho first Mu.wir of Honolulu, per
form tho duties of his olllco econom
ically mid lmp:irll!ill. and that ho
voubl eo that cverjone was given a
i;iii;fte de.il. lie fold the Ironwork
eis that the Republican party did It.i
best for tho benefit of ecrybody, re
gardless of Ills station In life; that
as a Republican he hail done what
was most beneficial to tho citizens.
(Continued en Pace 4.)
Both Parties Work Hard
As End 0? Hght
Republican- I'oit and School
Republican .Moannliin. -f
f Deinoeiallc-Aala I'ark.
Republican meetings will bo held
tonight In the I'oiuth and Fifth Dis
till tx. In the roiirlh. tho meeting
will bo at llio coiner of Fort and School
streets, nt which tho speakers will bo
A. I). Cast i o, .1 0. Cohen. K. A. Don
Ihltt. .1, Kauiaiioulit, l:. A. C. I.onk'
and It. W. Shluglo all candidates for
Representative from tho I'ourlh;
John (,'. I.auo caiidldato for Mnyor; N.
Watklns. W AIott. Dan Logan. A. K.
Cox, W. Ahla, .1 C. Qiilun and W. A.
Kline, all running for Super; Ii.or.
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KUHIO EXPLAINS HIS
STAND ONJLAND LAW
Shows Hearers Fifteen
Year Lease is
Tho land laws of llio Territory of
Hawaii was tho chief topic entered by
Delegate Kiihto In his address to the
oters In Kewalo Saturday night. Tho
speaker outlined tho conditions exist
ing hero and told what ho hoped lo,
accomplish. Snld ho;
"I havo worked for tho flftcen-jear.
lenro law becnuso I believe that it will
glvo the men of smalt means tho best
cbnnco to get hold of small pieces of
property and mako something out of
tho soil. It would mako It possible for
People of meager wealth to get hold
of small pieces of land and work them,
vshcro they would not havo tho capital
necessary to buy proiicrty outright.
'In fifteen years time, a piece or
property will produce a whole lot. and
any one holding a flflcvn-ycur-leaso ou
a fcrtllo plceo or land should bo able
to reap a considerable harvest. Thcso
nro soiiio of my reasons for supporting
tho nftecu-year-lcasn proposition, and
I consider Hint my stand Is sound.
Any claim that I am working
against tho welfare of tho llawallniis
Is ridiculous. havo always worked
for them and shall most certainly con
tinue to do so. Any talk along that
score Is too ridiculous to answer."
Tho claim made by I- 1,. Mc.Cand
less, that ho had not taken tho Hawaii
an people Into consideration when ho
framed tho Pearl Harbor appropriation
bill and like measures, Kuhlo quickly
dlsappioted, saying Hint some eoplo
never could bo satisfied.
Kuhlo then madu a brief rot low of
tho Republican platform and asked tho
support of tho voters, not becauso ho
wns on tho Republican ticket, ho said,
but because ho bclloted that tho Re
publican ticket represented tho prin
ciples which would provo tho niiut
beneficial to tho Territory.
J. C. l.ane, candidate for Mat or,
made a brief talk, telling of his rea
sons for bellotlng In tlio Republican
platform, and risking tho support of
(Continued on Pace 3;
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Beets, 88 analysis, 10s. 2','id. Parity
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Illankels, comforters, and curtain
nets aro selling this week nt tery at
tractive prices. Call and sco them nt
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WASHINGTON, D. C. Oct. 20.
American Federation of Labor, has published a letter in reply to the let
ter of President Roosevelt attacking Oompers and urging the labor men
to vote for Taft. Mr. Oompers scores the President in measured terms.
President Roosevelt today issued another letter urging laboring men
to vote for Taft.
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Oct. 26.
nn are tourinp; New York State in a
LIEUT. D0DD PLEADS NOT GUILTY
MARE ISLAND, Calif., Oct. 20.
for the trial of Lieut. Dodd for neglect of duty. Dodd pleaded not p;uil-
CULGOA ARRIVED AT AM0Y
AMOY, China, Oct. 26. The Culuoa, advance guard of the American
Atlantic fleet, arrived here today.
OPENING UP M ANILA AGAIN
MANILA. P. I.. Oct. 26. The men of the cruisers in port were al
lowed ashore today as a result of the
GALVESTON WINS TARGET HONORS
MANILA, F. I Oct. 26. The men of the cruiser Galveston won
the highest record in this year's tarcet practise.
TWO MEXICAN REBELS MUST DIE
T0RRSON, Mexico, Oct. 26. Two rebel raiders have been sentenced
to pay the death penalty. The others will be sent to prison.
BUTTERS IS DEAD
BERKELEY, Calif., Oct. 20. Henry A. Butters is dead. i
Now Up Against It;
May Buy Evidence
"I do not see that anything tho Ad-'
vcrtlser is saying now Is worth rc
pljlug to," said County Attornoy
Cathcart this morning. "II Is mere
ly rehashing a lot of stuff.
"This Adacht charge they hold
hark to avoid plvlnc mo u chmico to
reply. Tho enso tvhlrh it connects
with Aduchl, was nolle protd. nt tho
leanest of tho police oirWont nnd lift
er nn Investigation show that there
was no criminal Intent nt all.
"As to anything thnt Thurston
says, a man who puis tho worst pos
sible construction ou n casual con
versation, had, as I supposed, with ti
friend, Is hcueath contempt, nnd I am
Inclined to leato him to tho opinion
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iVstti i'II.-i, rtiliWfbl..1 miiV IJUMjl 'llyy
Samuel Gompers, president of the
William H. Taft nnd William J. Bry.
lively campaign to sway the voter.
The court-mnrtinl convened today
decrease in the cholera epidemic.
of tho decent men of tho community.
"Tho report has reached mo that
aiming the denizens of Itvllcl it Is ru
mored that the Adtcrtlser Is ready
to pay money to any J.ipaucxn jilinp
or prostitute who 'will inakef an ntll
ilavlt against me."
Tliu charge refened to liy Cath
cart was mado In tho Adveitlscr jes
terday, and alleges that ono Oti
Kuimiuo, who was charged with
stealing u hloyclo, was udvhed by
Aduchl to employ Cathcart as hla
(ounpel, and that after ho had paid
Adachl SLTi ho was told that tlio ciieo
would not como to trial, whereafter
the eiiKo was nolle proad. Tho Ad
tcrtlser admits thnt It cannot provo
that Cathcart received tho money.
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