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HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDQ., FORT ST.
AT PUNAHOU RALLY
County-Atty. Makes Hit;
"Jack" Springs Lists
Clinlrmtui Jacl, Atkinson sprung
PoniclIitiiR new lr.t nlKht nt llio Hc
pulillcuu tally" nt the punier of Wit
ilor avenue mid Punnhou street when
ho lirtnluccil a Ioiik list. of tlto luilo
mias and UasohoIiU of l.lnlc McC'and
Icwi, Knlliornl fiolil tlio public rec
cmls which showed Hint the major
ity of them had been secured by Me
Otmllros by nioi'lgnRcs. Jack stated
that tlicso puollc diicumcuts mado
ui the record of the Democratic nom
lnco for Delegate to CoiiRrcss, a man
who wlillo publicly announcing It as
Ills policy to divide tho public lamU
tip Into small trpcts for homes, va
at the same time acquiring nil the
lands of tlicsa peoploid turning
t Ii cut (o Ma own use.
.Inch thou referred to what had
been done nt WaMiliiKlnn by the lie-
publican Delegate to Congress, how
ho hail secured various appropria
tions that woulil In tlio end o of vast
valuo to tlio wliolo Territory and
give employment to tliousands of tlio
working peopla of the Islands. Jack
s.ild that $50,000 a jear with which
experts from all over tbo world
lould lio brought hero would bo of
more value to I he people at tlio Set
tlement than nnytlilng clso that has
been dono for Hum. This has been
nought about through tlio work of
Jack then staled that ho would pay
for every wireless messngo sent to
Haul or Hawaii that McCnndress will
dispatch denying tho atory that he
has promised thi peoplo thoro to sco
llml they would get lfiO acres of
land. , Ho tolil tho peoplo who had
kulcauas that It would bo safer for
them to get a hammer and nail down
all their looso Kuleanns before Link
gobbled them up.
Cathcart Receive Bin Ovation
joiin v. uatucnri icccivc-ii tup
henity applaiur of oery ono present
when ho stcpp"d to the platform. Tho
gutting was c initaneous, coming
fiom all as one. and tlio candidate
for reelection for County Attorney
tsooiucd to bo in great favor. Cuth-
cart's reception did not como from
the few, as stated in tho morning pa
per, but It was the quick hurst of en
thusiasm rlslug from tho general
crowd when he, oerompanljd by Clinfr
mau urown, mounted tlio platform.
Mr. Cathcart's bpeech was short nnd
to tlio point. Hn didn't quibble; ho
met the issues uni! conqucicd thent.llo
was Interrupted by npplnuso frequent
ly during his speech. Ho said:
"l-adles nd Fellow Citizens' I
nm not going to dctnln you moro
than a few moments, nnd I am Borry
that it is my rnlnful duty to have
o refer to myself tho greater part
n("the time, while, as n mntter of
fact, I would rntlier give tho reasons
why I think tho Republican party Is
tho best -for the country. It is dis
tasteful to ma to havo to refer to
myself, but eat'li morning when you
pick up tbju Advertiser jou sco col
umn after column dovoted to abiiso
of mo. Now as to these ubustvo
charges. A cinmltteo composed of
tbo Hon. W..O. Smith. J. 1 Cooke,
and A. !'. Judd Investigated them,
and then, after bcclng tho lino of at
tack pursned by tho morning paper,
advised mo to remain on tho ticket
and miiko the light." (Applause.)
I don't tlilmt that I need to draw
any comparison between tlicso thrco
gentlemen nnd Lorrln Thurston nnd
Smth of tho Adicrtlscr, for there is
In reality no comparison. Surely no
imo can say Unit tbo civic Ideals of
Thurston and Smith aro higher than
I huso of tho Kepubllcan commlttco
which exonerated me; surely no ono
can say that Thornton and Smith aro
moro honest than J. l CooUo. W. O.
Smith, and Alneit V. Judd.
"If a mau, djlng, had to leave his
property in trust for his wlfo mid
little children, ho would unruly
chooso ono of thoso threo rathor than
either Smith or Thurston. I think
I can safely say that my record as a
prosecutor speaks for ltsulf, nnd
when this commlttco of reputable cit
izens has exonerated mo, I think that
tbo charges can well bo Ignored.
"Now I want to urgo upon you nil
to vole tho straight Republican tick
et. I think that this aiidlonro Is In
tho main a Republican ono and be
lieve that you will nil agree, with mo
when I say that It Is for tbo best
Interests of the wliolo country that
a Republican President bo erected.
The Republican party has brought
prosperity to the wholo country, and
to 10111111110 this tho party organiza
tion must bo maintained. It must
not only bo the leaders who uphold
this straight-ticket policy; It must
bo cupportcd by nil. Wo must work
from tho bottom up, nnd keep our
organlratlon Just ns solid for tho
best Interests of tho country here ns
Is done In the States. I believe that
this will appeal to you all nH good,
"Now ns to myself ngillli: J luivo
spent tho past two years In tho olUcO
of County Attorney nnd my straight
forward record ns nturosecutor speaks
for Itself, t linvr been lit the Attor
ney (leneral'rt office fur three years.
Tho records show that nty prosecu
tions have been active and successful.
Hut I havo never tried to prosecuto
an innocent man. Every man gets a
fair, open, square deal from me. 1
believe that It ie for tho best Inter
ests of you ull that you voto for md
and for tho straight Republican tick
et. I thank you." ,
Mr. Cathcart was heartily applaud
ed ns ho left iho stand.
John Wise to the Front
Candidate tor Sheriff John Wise
mado u straightforward talk, dwell
ing In the main on tho qualities of
his various opponents, Wlso makes
a clean, vigorous, strnlght-from-tho-shouldcr
sort ot n Bneccli that Im
presses ono thai he Is a mau who will
do things. Ho urged ovcrono to
voto tho straight Remiblkan ticket.
and stilted that, If elected he would
carry out the laws of tho County
and Territory without fear or favor.
A. I). Castro was Introduced as a
man who had Icon tried and never
found wanting. Ho spoke ot ' tho
Republican parly as a homchultdcr.
He eulogized tho members of tho last
Legislature, nnd expressed the hope
that tho people of tho 1'ourtli would
stand by their Republican candidates
this year ns faithfully ns they had
Robert Sblnglo stated that there
was a great icsrouslhlllty on the
shoulders of (ho olcis when It came
to selecting men for the positions of
Senators' and Tlepiesentatlves, for
tlicso wero the men who mado the
laws. Ho plead for tho peoplo to
voto tho straight ticket throughout,
and said that it was not so much a
mntter of men; It was a matter of
principle that tho peoplo must look
out for. Ho sttd that he would llkn
to voto for K. M. Wntwm, u wnim
personal friend ct his, but It was not
a question of filcndshlp; It was the
difference hot ween Republicanism
and Domoeincy. ,
Other spcakew wero Harry von
Holt, K. A. Douthltt, Prince Cupid,
and John Hughes,
i-:Livi:iii:ri to icm-
deuces and offices nl 25c
per hundred utter Nivoni'
W. 0. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Tel. 1 10.
Smoke the OWL
5c CIOAR 5o
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
FOR GOVERNOR'S PARTY
WA1MI3A, Kau.il, Oct. 27. Thu
rnin did nut dampen tho spirit ot nil
tho guests vh wero asked to como
and meet (loveinor and Mrs. Kronr
and their parly out at Wiilawu on
Monday evening, for all cano who
As ono came down from tho bridge
over tho Wiimwi gulch, tho heavy
road was fursoitcu at tbo f est ho
sight of all tho Chinese lanterns and
tho warm woi-onio received from
Mrs. Augustus Ivjinilkcn, who Intro
duced overybody to tlio (Jovernor and
Mrs. Frear and fiom Mrs. Wuldcninr
Knuilseii and Ilr. Augustus KniiiUen,
who mado oit ccqualnted with Mr.
nnd Mrs. Newili--mado overvbody
feel nt homo at once.
I It was a perfectly lovely affair.
No detail wiw forgotten. After all,
it Is tho little things Hint add tho
charm to such nu affair.
Walawa Is n beautiful place for n
dance It Is so decidedly tropical, and
surely tho Knudsens must havo felt
how all their elicits appreciated their
kindness In giving them all u chance
to meet tho (inventor and his charm
ing wifo. ltotU Mr. nnd Mrs. Kicar
havo that greit gift of making jou
ono of thcmscWes.
Mr. nnd Mrs Nowell nro visiting
Uicfo Islands for the first time. Mr
Newell Is sent hero by tho (lovern-
incut nt Wiuhli.gtou to Investigate
tho water, supply of thoso Islands. It
was dollghtful to meet him nnd his
lovely wife. Mr. Campbell, Mr. Hos
mcr, and Mr. (Jartley nro ull well
Several fine BUILDING
LOTS at PUUNUI above Li
liha St. on proposed exten
sion of car line, good soil,
no rocks, unobstructed' view,
cool and healthy. 50x105.
Trice reduced to $150; $25
cash, balance $10 p. m.
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDQ, 74 S. KLNQ ST,
Of the Reason
Seedless Raisins, Sultanas, Currants,
Assorted Candied Peels,
A5 orted New Nuts This Season's Crop
Mince Meat This Season's Pack,
Henry May & Co.,
Ltd., Fort Street
VOTE IDE STUNT
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
J. K. KAIANIANA0LE
E. W. QUINN
E. B. MIKALEMI
A. U. KALEIOPU
S. P. CORREA
D. K.' KAMA
S. P. MAIEIUA
A. L CASTRO
R. W. SHINGLE
JT. C. COHEN
E. A. DOUTHITT
E. A. C. LONG
JOHN C. LANE
H4RRY VON HOLT
R. W. AYLETT
ANDREW E. COX
WM. A. KA-NE
J. C. QUINN
DEFUTY SHERIFF OF HONOLULU
.- ' .yy.-i rev .W- - -rMMB I'd-Wir -'
RAWLINS ILL; WYNNE
Tho tilal of John Wynno for the
murder of Kuglneer McKlnnon on the
hleainor Itnseernnu wan this mnrnliiK
poRlrponed on account or tho midden
ilhiemi of Deputy U. 8. Attomoy W. T
Hawllnu, who Is eonductluK tho prono
ciillon. Mr. Rawlins' physician ap
peared in Court this lnornlnK and fltat
ed to JiuIko Dolo that Ida patient had
an attack of ptomaluo polsnuliiK which
would compel lilin to remain at home
all day today, and perhaps tnmonow
although tho probabilities aro that
ItawlliiK will lio nldo to rcsumo his
dulles lu tho mornliu;. Tho case was
nrrorilliiiily net ur on tho c'aleudar
until tomorrow luuinlnK
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COO One and Two Prone Iron Fence
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LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town. I
The Fashion Saloon, .
v Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
jgf"For Rant" cards on sale at
Us tVkJ&- . , r
tw. i ti"'&u JLAm&j? .