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VOL. X. NO. 4147.
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HARR IS HERE
V It. llnrr, the representative r tlio Department of .Ttia
tlio wlui Ik to lnu-stlR.ite the. charies made nRiilnst tlio I'nlteil
Btntci Dlstilct Attorney llrtckons, arrived today liy tlio Siberia.
Mr. llnrr hud not up In (lie noon hour culled on Mr. Hrcrk
(inn or Inlcn lowed llev. Thwlns, whh Is tlio author ot tlio
itraieht Ticket i
The Republican Coniinlttoo urKcs upon mcry titer ralllm; 111 m
tclf a Republican to Htand behind tlio I'.irly at tlio election tumor
low and o(o Hie ptr.ilRhl Republican ticket Kvery Mito counts and
It la only on thin basis that Iho Republican Party cm bo assured a
complete lctnry. "Your iivii ote mid anolher man's for Iho
ttratKbl ticket." That Is the. slogan.
KUH10 WILL CARRY
MAUI Al MOLOKA!
"llelei;ilo Knhlo will earr
f Maul, .Molokal, and pioli.ildy 4-
Kauai, with u Kreat iniJorll."
stilled l.lnyd Colliding, who has
Jiiht icturnrd from a linn up
I lip to thoKo Islands, Ihl'i morn-
Inij "Tho sentlm-nt i v-rywheiu,
t- mi Mr -is I eoul,; ,ieo, vmh III U 1
-f or of Knlanlnna'uV, mid It Heeuied t
-f lo lio u pretty-well established
f faet that hla majority would lm
f nci whelming." &
Her first class inssoiiRor nreiiui.
nioilntliiiiH taxed lo their rapacity, tint
Pntltlc Mall steamer Klbcrlu tied up
at Iho lliiekfuld wharf at 9 o'clock
(his ntnrnliiK The paisonRer list, as
f"r as thiiiiijih liookluH tn tlio Orient
In (oneeiiH'il. Is thn largest lu somo
1 1 mo and lint for tlio fact Shut a niitn-
her of peoplo stopped at Oils port,
thoso who hooked hero for Iho Orient
would havo been I'ard pllt 'In secure
.icinmuiod.itlniiH Die Slboilj carries
u considerable qu-intltv or fr'-lsht nnd
mai' for Hi- Oileul, Mall lor inneral
days mid 2G0 tons of ficlKnf were ills
ch.iiRcd hero this morning. Tlio shin
will sail at t o'clock thin afternoon.
sig Republican Rally
And Torchlight Parade
He publican p.utlMtilMu and en
thusiasm will le.uil their zenith to
night In tlio Brand toichllRht pro
cession through the business suction
of the low ir and the final lallv at
Aala I'.uK. The p.iiailo tonight will
undoubtedly c llpio nn llilijc of I'ho
Mud fiiT held In Honolulu heforo.
Many noel nnd hlrlMnjr featured am
lieliiK planned by thn p.ilt leadei.i,
anil thn IiusIiipms hniises of Iho tlty
linvn cnleied heartily Into their m
rrerlnct orRanlratloiis tiiKtnR part
In the parado will lie supplied with
fliowoiks, led fire, haiiueis, and lltiRi,
and theic will lie besides a body !
forty hoi semen who will display flru-
works In a npccliiLiilar luaiiuer. Iv
erythliiR will bo conducted In an or
derly manner, anil spectators need
liavo no fear of being ciowdnd or
jostled ho Ioiik iih they do not block
Tile pollru are piep.ued to Uko
(haiKo of the crowd, which they ex
pel t tu number snmethlnR Ilka 15,
fino, nnd will prescrvo strli t order
thloiiKhniit tho evenliiK. Thn pr
nido Itself will (tiiiiprh-o over l.ROO
inon, most of whom will ho In uni
form. Thn follnwliif firms will tuiya
tiaiiHparcmlcs In tho piocesslou:
Hackfold & Co., DavlcM & Co., Ilonu-
(Continued on Page 5)
SAYS EXPERT NEWEL
Urges- Activity In The
"Iteclamatlon and tho Develop
ment of Al lil Lands" was thn topic
imercd by Kicderlclc II. Newell, di
rector of tho United Stntcs Reclama
tion Service, In his mfclresn before
tho Commercial Club this noon, The
speaker cnumciatcil tho steps which
must 'be taken to Induce settlers to
conic into any new country, anil call
ed particular attention to tho needs
of tho llaw-nllan Islands.
Ho said, In part:
"You hao nlrendy taken up tho
iiucsllon of RcttliiR peoplo to conio
horo. Hut J on must take steps to
call attention to tho fact that Ihu
Hawaiian Islands, aro on tho map.
"Tho iRnoranco which oxlnta
nnimiR well-informed peoplo conccir.
Iiir tho Hawaiian Islands Is remark
able. I hnvo heard people who
bliould Know better say that If they
buy unjthlnR in tho Hawaiian Inl
ands they will hnvo to pay dutv
when they KO back to tho mnlnlnnJ.
Such miscomprehension should ho
corrected an Kcnernlly iui poralhlc.
"Now as to tho peoplo who mlK'nt
ho liiniiRht here. Theic are many
peoplo who aro lookiiiR for a plnco to
settle. Watch should bo kept for
them. -Now of tourso many of the'i)
peoplo havo no means at all. If limy
havo been unable to savo auythlni;
ko far, It Is not likely that they will
bo ablo to do so now. As a Renoral
thins a man should have from $1500
to I3Q00 before ho should he coiidUI-
ered as 11 c.indlilato to tako up any
Mr. Newell then enumerated the
kh lions of tho inalulanil which,
thoiiRh (omparatlvely sterile nt one
time, have been developed until Ihey
are amoiiR tho most fertile nRi (cul
tural sectloni of tho country
"Now there aro many products of
the Hnwallau Islands that inlnlit ho
dovclnped marvollously no doubt,"
coiitliiued ho. "Thoro is douhtlcsii
somothlnR that can bo raised here
In a manner superior to that which
la posslblo In any other section of
tho world. Take, let us say, thn ba
nana. It Is posslblo that a h.iiinna
might ho raised horn which would
far surpass that raised at any other
"Vim may say that tho climate
hero Is ton hot. If you comparo the
cllinalo horn with that of Imperial
County, California, whero wonderful
melons are heiiiR raised, J on will find
that oir climate hero Is .very moder
ate, "Tho thhiR that Impresses mo most
(Continued on Page 3)
CHICAGO. ILL., NOV. 2.
TAFX SURE. NEW YORK
SAFE. INDIANA, OHIO, NE-
B R A S K A REASONABLY
SAFE. PACIFIC COAST SAFE.
The foregoing cablegram was
received by National Commit-
tccrcan Robertion from the Na-
tional Headquarters at noon to-
day. It shows that the Rcnub'
licRna arc certain of victory for
where the most correct clothes aic worn, the preference is
given to the Hew York Fashions as shown by the greatest
fashion tailors in
Every garment is correctly tailored by experts in the
latest exclusive lines. There is no shoddy work, no misfit
ting in our suits.
"- Let 11s show you some of them.
The Kash Co.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
f flaltlmoro, Oct. 20. Hov. Dr.
f Hiram HluKlinm. tho noluil Con-
f Rrct.itlonal missionary, who nnd-
urwent a surgical operation nt
f Johns Hopkins llospltnl Inst
week, died there jesterday. Dr.
llliiRhaii was born In Honolulu
- in 1831, to which plnco his par-
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP
PING leave your order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Every Man who is interest
ed in Life Insurance has heard
of the PRUDENTIAL.
Let us show you some Pru
dential records and explain
what a policy can do for you.
I'lits had Rono from America in
f 1821) an pioneer nilsslonnrtcu. In
IKn ho neut to Iho Gilbert Is-
lauds as n missionary.
Tho Missionary Allium, which was
Rotten out by the H.iwntiilll Mission
Children's Society In 1901, contains
iho following sketch of Mr. IlltiRhnmH
"Itcv. Hiram itliiRluiin. II. I)., born
In Honolulu, Onhii. Auk. 10, 1831; was
educated In II. 8.; Yale CollcRe,
1853; Andover Seminary, ISM; was
ordained Nov 3, 18rii, and was sin
Honed at Ap.ilniiR, Gilbert Islands,
Nov. 18, 1S.-.7 until Sopt. 8, 18fi5, nnd
in thn next ten years marin several
annual and two stoiHiver visits from
Honolulu to theme Inlands ;slnco 187S
ho has labored In Honolulu for thu
flllhortcso nation imd tho colony tu
Hawaii; New Testament translation
wan llnlshed April 11. 1873; Old Tes
tament finished April 11, 1833; num
erous other books translated, and a
Gllhortopo dictionary not yet printed.
Mr. and Mrs, HIiiKham sailed from
Iloston In thn first brlR Morning Star,
Captain Mooro, Dec. 2, 185B, and ar
rived at Honolulu April 24, 1857; ar
rived at tho Gilbert Inlands Nov. 1857.
Mr. IllnRhnm commanded iho second
MornlnR Star for 0110 year (18fi7).
KHAitNKV-HICKMAN In thin city,
Oct. 21, 1908. hy tho Ilov. Mr. Kcl
my, Mr. Archibald Hickman to Mis.
OF DREDGING MEN
Preparing To Bid On
Great Pearl Harbor
Tho ndvnnco Ruard of the dredRliiR
men who will bid for Iho IiIr Pearl
Hnibor eon ti act camu In on tho Si
beria. They will ro over tho work
and proceed from hero to WashliiKtou
where the bids will bo opened thu
first day of December.
N. It. Harris, who Is aunniR the ar
rivals, is lco president nnd niiinnRor
of the American and Golden (lain
DfeilRlnR Companies. This In tho
combination with which W. II. Ilnoes
Is associated, Mr. Harris Incidentally
Is a Democrat and admits that Taft
will ho elected President.
It. A. Perry, who nlso cntno In to
day, represents Iho North American
Anions the oiiIroIiir passetiRcrn
booked on tho l.urllno in K. J. Lord of
tho local ilredRlnR company. It Is pre
sumed that ho has Rone oer tho liar
bor all ho deems necessary andds now
neniioil for WaihliiRton to bo roady
with his hid tho first of next month,
Tho follow Iiir business houses have
sleiilfled their Intention of closliiR to
morrow, election day'
Alexander & Ilnldwln, llrewer & Co.,
nncKielil a. 1:0, navltti & Co., r. A
Schacfer & Co., W. (1. Irwin & Co
Trent Trust Co.. Henry Watorliouse
Trust Co., Hawaiian Trust Co., Allen
& Itoblnson, liiler-Istand Steam Navi
gation Co., M. PhllllpH ft Co., i:. O.
Hall ft Son. 1 .ewers & Cooke, I.cls
& Co, Hawaiian News Co., Lucas
llros.. Union Feed Co, W. C. Peacock
& Co.. Macfarlann & Co. California
Feed Co, Honolulu Iron Works. l.ovo-
joy & Co., nnd Halnler IlottllnR Works.
All Republican candidates are to
meet at corner c' Motel and Richards
streets at 7 o clock tl-in -.venlna to
take part In the Republican torchlight
r 0 mm eT v7 ma
IN THE CITY
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 2. Candidate Taft will close hi-J
campaign tonight at Cincinnati, and Bryan will close at Lincoln, Nebras
ka. Both have made several addicsscs today.
The fight in New York and Ohio will be piolonpcd till midnight.
The Associated Press states that the indications nrc that ths vote
of New York, Indiana, Nebraska, and Kentucky will b: close. Ohio is
claimed by the Republicans and Taft has predicted n sweeping victory
in New York, including the election of Governor JIu'hcs.
Mr. Bryan has issued a statement cprcsiing his confidence in lib,
election. His national estimates have been relieved.
Democratic National Committeeman Mack claims that there will be
a landslide for Bryan. He also attacks Hearst, claiming that the Inde
pendence party was organized to defeat Bryan for personal revenge. He
expects that the lines will be drawn closely everywhere. 1
The final State estimates arc narrowing down and indicate tlmt the,
election will be the closest since 1892.
In the Eastern States cnthus'asm is intensifying. The Western sen
timent is dormant.
Delivered anywhere on election night
as soon as received.
Gold Tip Ideal Smoke
10 to Package 25 Oenti.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO.,
Lo Qatoa, Cal Pacific Coast Agents.
If not at dealera we will tend by
mall to any addren upon receipt of
lee Cream, and
Drug; Co., ltd.
023 FORT ST.
Bright Says Atkinson
On the last day of thn tampnlRii tho piospecta look bright-
or for the Kepubllrnus than I h.ul any exp'ctntloii of when Iho
canvass was bCRiin. Front oerj hide our reports tellt us that
the Hawaiian volo Is stroiiRly behind us.
Prince Cupid is certain to bu elected.
Last election the Homo Hulois weic partly fused with tho
Democrats, but now theto two p.irtleH nie bitterly iphisIiir each
other and thn Homo Hulern nro disposed tu fnwr Prince Ku- '
lilo. Thero Is every Indication that public Mmtlmciit Is stroiiRly
behind tho Republican ticket. ' .
Tho Republicans uro roIiir nhtnd in harmony and my fore- '
cast Is that tho Republican party will havo a sweeping ctnry.
There Is tut reason existing for a dellirtlou fi'oni tho Ito-J
publican strength, to look for a sweeping vlelnrv.
f A. I.. C. ATKINSON. ;
Tho nbovo statement wan IimiciI this moriiliiR by Clinliiiiau
Atkinson of tho Republican Central Committee.
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