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Sure of Victory
CATHCART ISjNJRONT RANK
SENATORIAL FIGHT UNCERTAIN
ACH1 STRENGTH A MYTH
Tlie sltimllqn, I'K fur iib II !iiil ltvcl(iioil ;it noon todny, wan
Biicb tunt-lhr Republican parly munnKcrs frit Justified in count-
Iiib on n cnluplcto or iimrtlrnl victory for tliclr ticket. No fear
Ik now lielnR folt for Cathcnit, anil the Achi ncuro proved Itself to
lie merely a creature of Imagination.
"I tlilnk that Cnthcnrt will run ahead of IiIh ticket In thu
Fourth ns well ns In the Fifth," said Chad man Judd of tlio lle-
publican County Committee, thin noon.
"Tlio rumors regarding Ach I'm -strength nro being very gen-
orally discredited. It seems th-it Kern will easily como nnxl to
"Ktihlii will heat MtCnndlthH hy a substantial majority.
"laukca Ik beaten, ami I believe that Jnrrett Is hcaten.
"Tlio Senatorial situation Is a mlx-uii, and It Is extremely
difficult to predict anything In regard to It. Qulnn.wlll lead tho
Senatorial ticket. I think that Watson Is beaten and that thoso
who vote for Watson are really throwing their votes to Harvey
"I expect von Holt to win over Trent, hut thu fight will ho
, oxtreinoly close."
In splto of tho great excitement
which Is being gencrnlly felt over
thin election owing to tho closcnc.il
in homo of tho contests, order pre
vailed throughout. Tho attendance,
at tlio polling places was good
Among tho candidates not mentioned
ahovo by Judd Interest renters on
Kalauokalanl, Rr who Is expected
by many to bo one of tho winners In
tho Supervisorial content. Tho Horn
ocrnts hope, to ho ahln to land either
Ingham or McClcllan In thn Hoard.
Tho situation in tho town pro
ducts this forenoon was as follows:
Second of the Fourth.
Delegate KuhloH precinct has u
(Continued on Page 2)
With a burst of enthusiasm thnt
spoke well for tho bucccss of tho Re
publican party nt tho polls today,
tho voters of Honolulu turned O'lt
last night to tako part In tho gr"ut
Republican rally at Aala. l'ark. Sel
dom In thn history of tho Grand Did
l'arty has there boon such a sponta
neous glorification preceding an election.
A great torchlight procession pro
ceeilcd tho rally. There wero men
on horseback, men on foot; there.
woro men In carriages nnd In auto
mobiles, and tho street-car sorvlcs
was kerlously hampered by tho vast
crowds that thronged tho strcots to
tako part In the' festivities.
Thero wero long lines of torch
(Continued on Page 4)
"Cathcart got three votes '
from our family from my fa- '
ther, my brother, and myself.
We have nothing against '
This statement was made '
this forenoon by Win, R. Chil- '
In other wards, the entire '
voting strength' of the Chilton '
family was thrown to Cath- '
cart for the County Attorney
ship, its members having evi-
dentlv sufficient confiflnr.f in '
his ability and integrity to '
support him for public office.
And this is the family from
which, according to the Ad- '
vertiser, Cathcart embeziled
the costs in a case in which he '
had been retained by it.
The action on the part of
the Chiltons carries its own '
comment on the strength of
There will be an extra hour's car
servlco tonight to sreommndntu nil of
tho citizens who desire to' ninio down
town to receive election returns. (Jen.
oral Manager Ibdlcntyno of tho llapld
Transit Company announced 'this af.
tornoon thnt ho has decided to have
tho clcctrlc ears on all of tho Unci
run nu hour Inter than usual tonight.
"Rumor lu It that Alexander &
Baldwin'?' llo;t, which was burnt-;! hut
night, was set on lire by nil Advertiser
loportor," r.ihl Chairman .lud) of tin
Republican County Committee, thla
noon. "As campaign manager 1
would, however, rathor credit anotl,
cr rumor, which has.lt that tho flond
who blow up Tnylor's tank was ro
r.ponslblo for tho outrage."
Ferdlal Cottschalf, for seventeen
years a member of tho St. Louis City
Council und for fifty years in tho ser
vice of Missouri, following tho death
of hli! wlfo. The rouylo had been
wed slxty-ulno years.
Rudolph Rredcmoycr, charged with
mallclous'mlschlef In wrecking tho
I-opcr restaurant In Springfield, III.,
tho night of Aug. ir, when racn rlota
were In progress, was acquitted by n
Japanese Consul (iencral Ueno this
foranoon hold a reception nt the Can
sutato General In honor of the birth
day of Ills Imperial Majesty, Mutsii-
hito, the Kmpernr of Japan. Tlio Con
sul, attired In his Consular uniform
and assisted hy Vice Consul Abo and
the stuff, rcwlitd bi guests as they
wero presented to them.
Tho Japanese wero received from 8
to 10 o'clock In tho morning. whilo
tho Government officials nnd tho
members of the Consular corps wero
received on tho second floor from 11
to 12:30 o'clock.
Almost all the prominent Japanese
merchants called on tho Consul early
In tho forenoon. They wero followed
by tho Japaneso school children In
charge of their teachers. Promptly
at 11 o'clock tho Government officials
nnd Consuls commenced to arrive to
pay their respects to tho now Con
snl, who has become very popular
with tho local people
At 7 o'clock tonight Consul llycno
will give a dinner to tho Japanese.
It Is to he strictly a Japaneso nflalr.
Tho ball Is beautifully decorated
with Japaneso flags and various col
ors. Flowers have been provided In
abundance, nnd the hall Is very at
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8 W. R. Harr, tho representa- tt
tt the of tho Department nfjiii- tt
tt tlcc, who has emtio here to In- tt
tt vesttgato tho rhnrges against
U. S. Attorney R. W. Hrcrkonx,
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PEARL HARBOR TO BE
GREAT NAVAL STATION
"I'eaii Harbor will bo logical-
ly tho greatest navnl and mill-
tary station In thoworil. npLoiily -f
for America Uut.for tho. cnllru -f
V vthlto nice . flack of Pcarrifar-
f hor there is a necessity of do-
veloplng thrco representative
f navnl stations on thn Pacific
Coast. One in tho north, ono nt
A company of responsible
men who are experts in law,
real estate values and invest
ments; who are answerable to
the law and subject to regu
lar official examination, or
An individual who, through
absence, death, inability, or
dishonesty, may entirely fail
to properly administrate your
Which would YOU choose?
823 FORT ST.
NEW WHARF IS
That a monster wha
will ho constructed at tho Ewn end
of tho harbor to accomodate tho great
freighters which aro now coming to
this port, is practically assured. Tho
Oalm Railway & Land Company'and
tho American-Hawaiian Steamship
Company hnvo practically completed
arrangements hereby tho railway
company will commence, nt onco tho
construction of tho wharf. .Tho now
wharf Is mado a necessity, by tho
enormous cargoes which tho freight
ers from tho Pacific Const nro bring
ing In hero almost ovory trip.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 31.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.95
cents, or $79. per ton. Previous
W. R. Chilton. Sr. stated thlK morn
ing that his sou bad no authority to
say how ho (Senior) was going to
voto. As a matter of fact, ho had
not voted ns yet. Ho would mako no
statement, ho hald, In regard to how
ho would vote, was asked whether
ho was going to oto for Cathcart or
not, tint said that ho would not say.
t f "- xi I
Mnro Island and ono at Han 1)1
ego. I am In favor of Maro Is
land not only repairing battle
ships, but also building them.
Now that tho channel question Is
prnctlcally settled, thero Is no
reason that tho Island, with Its
S 10.000.000 facilities, should not
ho Increased nnd given a chanco
r tit show what wo-li It li capable
f of," Richmond Pearson llohon
In San Francisco speech.
Delivered anywhere on election night
at soon as received.
liit'ciwil :' :X ji. in.
'to A. G. .M. KoIiciImiii, National C'oiiiiiiittimiii, Honolulu.
'In ft plurality in New York Stiito will cmtim me Inui'lm! tlious
nnil. His election ns irtil-nt N rcrtiihi.
Ht.wK ii. in r nan k.
i mt i n
New York Con
Wot't'ivt'd :.' :!." p. in.
SAX FKAXCISC'O, Calif., .Nov. ::. The Xi-w York Tim.-., Her
tilil, World, ninl Hruoklyu Kiigk .iiictI. llu victory of Tuft in Xuw
Turk Stntu. Reports Judic-uto that t'liiinlcr Ims probably ilufcatcl
Hughe for the, (lovornoivliip of the Kmpire Slate.
Taft Well In Lead
In Jmpire State
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y., Nov. 5. The returns from forty-scven
districts outside of the city show Taft 14,116, Bryan 8208, Hir.gcn 175.
The same-precincts in 1904 returned 14,013 for Roosevelt and G99S
Seven precincts outside of the city show a vote of 4G12 for Hughes
against Mm tor Uhanier.
Five hundred arrests were mado in this city todny for violations of
the voting law.
BRYAN LEADS IN THE WINDY CITY
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days, safely and permanently.
CHICAGO, 111., Nov. 3. .The count from one precinct in this citv
shows Bryan in the lead with 92 votes, Taft- havituc but 57.
THE BAY STATE BOOSTS TAFT
BOSTON, Mass., Not. 3. Returns from ten towns show 1571:voiei
for Taft as against only 470 for Bryan. ',
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BIG VOTE IN 'FRISCO 'Z.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 3. Fine weather chkmctcrired clcc
Hon day here and a heavy vote is being polled.
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