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MAUI AGAIN REPUBLICAN STRONGHOLD
Great Victory For
Republicans On Maui
ltcpubllcuns on Mnul swept ONcrj
thlng In their i.t h on elect Ion lay,
Nov. :i, electing 19 cnndldntea out of
2fi, tir 70 per cent., tlio Doniocrutit
only I rtttrnltiK six, or 21 per rent.
tlic two Dcmociirtlu Supervisors, Mcs
tr, T. I). I.jons of Wiiiltiku mid dec).
Kntilil of I.nhnlnn; the Democratic
HcpicHcntnllNc, J. K. tlllito from Ka
nnapali; J. U, Coke, Attorney, of Vil
luku; iiiul n. K. DeNnuchcllo. Dcm
(icrutlc Deputy Sheriff fiom Molo
Idil. Coke, for County Attorney,
polled LTil Notes In Walluktt. or 151
abend of J. V.'. Knlun. Lot It ho
H.ild that the Democrats who were
elected nwo their ulcctlon to tho
knifing dono hy the discontented Ko-
puhtlenu leadcrH liotli In Lnhalnn and
Wnlluku, nnd without their moral
mtpport tho flv! DcmocrntH would
have taken a hack seat tho name ng
they did In tho .elections of 1J0I
nnd l!l 0,". Tho ftefe.it of Knlu.t,
Wndsworth', and Ilcnnlng wcro fore
cone conclusions even lie fore tho
election, hut Campaign Malinger S.
I.'. Kalaina was ror.fldent of electing
Defense In Wynne Case
Bests After 1 Witness
When I'rank Thompson, attorney insanity. Ills big fight will ho made
for .lolm Wynne, who is on trial for on the question of Jurisdiction. To-
,, , , .1 ,n I morrow tho nttornojs for tho prose-
tho murder of Kngluccr McKlnnon, , ., , , , . , . . ,,.
tendon nnd defenso will arguo tho
put ono wltncsi on tho stnn.it this t nntrtictlons heforo Judgo Dole,
morning and thon announced that The Jury has been excused until
tho dsfenso icsled Its case, ho created Monday morning. This Nvas dono on
n little nnngullnli In on t I It n kiilf '
to say tho very
was vciy generally
thought that Thompson would spring
something unusual In n lino of de
fense, nnd this ho tertnlnly did when
ho retted his ease so abruptly, after
lalllng J. J, MacDnnald, a member
of tho coroner's Jury, on tho stand.
MncDon. lid's testimony was not over
consequential, In mi far ag tho de
fense was concerned. Ho Mated nt
first that Wynno had tho nppenrame
of a man who was Juiit getting oer
a big drunk NNhen ho appeared be
fore tho coroner's Jury, nnd later, on
cross-examination, tald that Wjnno'H
nppenrnnro might liavo been caused
from nervousness from relating tho
details of tho tragedy.
It was also thought that Attorney
Thompson would uo the insanity
but this, it seems, will only ho
used Indirectly, tho man's drunken
condition bolng argued as a phnso of
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I M 1 XUll HUH AUU.-I i3l3, j S -J lJ
II - ' m vT?SFv w wi i"i I Ml II
n majority of Republicans, nnd tho
Hiiccomi of the Maul County Republi
cans Is duo to Ills nohlo work for tho
cause nnd aim that of Hon. II. I'.
Itnldwtn, whoso policy has iilwas
hern to Note for tho straight tlckot.
Kalaina was 107 Notes hchlml Hob
inson. his running mate In Wnlluku.
This was dun to n remark Nvhlch ho
made In the convention which nomi
nated Carloy Instead of IJnos. Who
thcr It was duo to a poorknowlcdgo
of tho English language on tho part
of n foNV of the Portuguese In Wnl
luku or not, mi (lice It to say that his
remarks were twisted until It Nas
innile to appear that Kalama put lha
Portuguese In n claps distinct from
the white race, which Knlamn never
paid nor intended to Give that im
prcsslnn. Hut the defeated candidato
nnd his friends wcro sore. Kohlnaon
ohtnlncd 224 In Walluku, Raymond
198, White 1C2, while Kalaina only
received 117 votes. A largo number
of Wnlluku Itepuhllcans voted far
both Itnymond nnd Coke, leaving out
Kalama ami Knlun. Republicans nl
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account of tho fact that tho argu
ment of tho Instructions will tnko all
day tomorrow and probably part ot
tho next day, and, in enso tho Jury
hnd tho case submitted to them,
they would probably bo locked up
over Sunday. Thompson will ask
for n dlrertcd verdict. Deputy U. S.
Attorney Hawllns and Deputy Attor
ney (lonernl Whltnoy feel confident
that they ImNo made out a strong
enso against Wynne, but they do not
expect a verdict of murder In the
first, degree on account of tho fact
Hint Wynno Is alleged to have been
under tho Influence of liquor when
tho deed was committed.
Nnlim Knhapca, a sailor on board
tho steamer Mexican ot tho Amerl-
ciu-lluwnllnn Una, wns arrested on
n charge of assault nnd battery on
i ....... .. , ,. ,.
NNiiiiani l'onin. rno assault w
' committed on election day.
SSSJSSSSSJSJJJJ TULVr ----------. i , , , M
Claims He Gould Not Have
Caused Defeat Of
"I seo Hint Sam Dwlght makes tho
iitatomont that I made tho stntcmenl
nt tho ..County Clerk's office that ho
thould 'go to a warm place.' I em
phatically (Jcny having said so. Ho
tlso mentions, according to tho paper
lenort. that. In conseqiienco ho knifed
I.ane in tho KloNenth Precinct of tho
Fifth. I ray that. If ho hod knifed
1-nuo In that precinct then his Influ
ence dlil not cfTcctt ho result of tho
election very much In favor of Kern.
Tho result shows thnt Fern received
157 votes and l.ino 70, showing n ma
jority of 87. It Dwlght claims that
ho gnvo Hits majority to Kern, then
ho must havo ghen tho samo majority
to McCnndless. as McCundlcss re
celvcd Hut same number of Notes In
that precinct. Look ngaln nt tho
number of votcB recclNcd by Crahbc,
n Democratic candidato not endorsed
hy any other party. Ho had 1G3 votes.
Does Dwlght claim again that ho gnNO
tho 87 votes to Cruhbo. If Dwlght
had his revongc, ho had shown it In
tho Sixth of tho Kourlh. whero Ham
Johnson hail control nt tho last elec
tion, and also In tho Ninth of tho
Fifth, whero tho Republicans had a
rood majority at tho last election.
TIicbo two precincts nro controlled
by tho road and garhago depart
ments." "1 furthor say that tho Republican
Club of tho Eleventh of the Fifth Is
composed of straight and split ticket
Republicans and Lahoritos. Ttds
shown that ir Dwlght hod nny rovengo
at nil, It had very little effect on this
Tho nboNn statement was mado this
morning by Nngaran Fernandez,'
l.ane s chief counsellor and friend. In
answer in tho remarks made by Sup
ervisor uwlght nl tho meeting of tho
Hoard of SuperNlsors last evening.
"Thoy'ro sailng that Tommy Cum
mins is responsible, in a measure, for
tho defeat of I.ane nnd tho election of
rem." snld SunerNlsor nleht last
CNcnlng. "That result was not clue to
Tommy. My shoulders aro4irund. nnd
I II shoulder the responsibility. Iwk
nt tho result In my proclnct, KloNenth
of tho Fifth, and ou'll sen what kind
of work I did for Kern. And why?
"Well, Nugaraiu Kornnndcz goes to
tlio County Clork. .and when my nnmo
Is mentioned, Nngaran speaks of mo
in rntlicr disparaging terms, and Intl
mnicii inai cciuiu go to n warm place.
i(ONengo is sweet. I did not work for
Lane. They'll read mo out of tho Re
publican party? Oh, well, I'm out of
polities now, anyhow.
"Tonimv Cumullns had nothing to
do with It."
Aftor tho meeting was over, Dwlgh't
"I want to statu rlght'her now that
Mr. Cummins wns not responsible for
tho work In my district nnd especially
my precinct. That was up to mo. 1'vo
heard, Chair Ilustace, they say you
helped dump Mr. I-ano. I will statn
right hsro thnt you did not, and had
nothing to do with tho booBt Kern
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The final correct election returns
have been mn'do up by Secretnry Jas.
l.lnvil nt thn Renubllcan hcadnuar-
tcrs, and are an follows:
The star Indicates- tho candidates
who nvcio elected.
Knlanlnnnole,, J. K. (It.) ... 2S9ti
McCnndless, I,. I,. (D.) 213S
Notloy, Chas. Kt (II.R.) ... 1019
THIRD DISTRICT SENATORS
llroad, Charles (ll.It.-I..) ...
IlarNoy, Krank H. (D.) ....
Ilenrlquci, Edgnr (II.) ....
Hughes, John A. (R.) .....
Kuplhca. David M. (II.R.-b.)
Moore, II. T. (D.) ,
I'oopoe, J. M. (H.R.-I.,) -i . . ,
Qulnn. -K. W. (R.)
Watson, K. M. (D.)
Castro, A. D. (R.) lfifiD
Cohen. J. C. (R.) 1G18-
Douthltt, K. A. (R.) t.rill.
Olrdler, Chas, (D,) 1097
Hall. W. A. (D.) 1133
Kacka, Dan (D.) 778
Kahannmoku, D.'H. (D.) ... 1018
Knhlnu. A. K. (p.) 291
Kahoohatahaln, J. 8. (II.R.-
L.) .v .'....-... S7B
Kalclhula, W. K. (II.R -h.) ..,' 343
Kamanoulu. Jno. K. (R.)... 1219
Ixng. K. A. C. (R.) 16U
Knhuahua, D. W. (Il.R.-D.). 288
Pnhau. R. K. (D.) 1156
Rathburn, K. K. (D.) 832
Shlnglo, Robt. W. (R.) 1G96
Umauma, S. (II.U.-I,.) 276
Akuakchau. W. K, (D.) ...1 7Cr,
Correa, S. I'. (R.) UBS
Damlcn. D. (H.R.-I..) 694
Ilnnapl, H. (D.) 921
Knca, a. (H.R.-I..) 641
Kahahawal, J. (H.R.-U) .,. C39
Kalelopu. A. S. (R.) . . . n . . 998
Kama. David K. (R.) 1170
(ConMnuedoii Pace 8)
Judge Roblnbon's Court:
Arraignment of Ah Loy and
Judge I.lndsaN's Court:
Drcler vs. Urovn; motion to set.
Judge Dole's Court:
Wynno enso; argument on Instruc
tions. C. K. Wordcn, former trustee of
California woman's hospital, flays
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ACHI BELIEVES HOME
RULERS KNIFED HIM
Accuses Other Parties
Of Having Bought
"An long as the laborers nro not
given proper nttcntlon by cither tho
Republican or Democratic parties, tho
Labor partywill keep up Its fight In
W. C. Achl, leader of the Labor
party, who. was defeated In tho election-for'
Mayor, made tho foregoing
statement today In ihe prosenco ot
his1 supporters who assembled1 in his
offl'co ntinoon. Chas. Urond, S. ft.
MaJioc, and Abraham Kckal were In
Achl devoted, his tlmo to"slr.lng up
tho returns from various precincts.
Ho found from-tho figures that the
Homo Rtilcrs had not voted for him.
He was worried ovor this breach of
With regard to tho continuation
of the Labor party, Achl said: "As
long; as (tho laborers are not "Riven
proper, attention hy either tho Re
publican! or Democratic parties, tho
Labor' party wilt kcop.up Its fight In
politics. Tho strength of tho Labor
party today Is over 1000. This Is
shown by' tho figures. Our defeat on
election' day was 'duo to lack of
funds. I am quite certain that somo
of our people wcro boucht' shortly
before tho election., 'I,know'that oiir
lonoNyors wero men wunout, means,
and when they found out that they
could no longer' stand risstnat' hun
ger,. I bcllevo they,tavlp. c -"Tho
fight will, go on Bo lone an
tho laboring men aronot treated
properly. Personally, I can get along
with my profession.
"I bcllevo mo defeat was partly
duo to the action of tho Homo Rut-
i. They did not -vote for me solid
ly. And, It necessary, I will carry
on thn fight of my party Independ
ently 'of tho Ilo'ni Ru'o-. But I
would rather wait until I have con
sulted with tho leaders ot that par
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will have 319 electoral votes. Late returns make the situation appear
even more promising than at first. Missouri has gone for Taft, though
Bryan has probably carried Maryland. The Socialist, Independence
League, and Prohibition candidates have polled but small Notes.
Taft On His Victory
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Nov. 5. President-elect Taft today received tho
congratulations of William Jennings Bryan on his election to the Presi
dency, He at once replied, thankine Bryan for his good wishes.
Ruef Jury Completed
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.,Nov. 3 Aft:r sKtv-nine days of haggling
the Rnef jury has' been completed. Prosecutor Heney today made hjs
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CHOLERA STILL THEPE
MANILA, P. I., Nov. 5. Cholera hm not been stamped out as vet.
There are, on an average, two cases
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Judge De Bolt Rendered
Judge J. T. De Holt this morning
rendered an important opinion In tho
suit ot the First American Savings
ft Trust Company ot Hawaii, n Ha
waiian corporation, versus A. J.
Campbell, Treasurer of tho Torrllory
ot Hawaii, Tho caso wns submitted
on polnts'of law Involving tho valid
ity of an Act ot tho Legislature of
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5. It is noNV thought that Taft
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Atlantic Fleet sailed
Atlantio Fleet will reassemble hero
of the dread disease daily.
IfHi", proNlding that "Tho minimi fco
for n banking liqriiso for n IiiibIiiush
In Honolulu tdinll bo $no; in Htlo
$500; nnd In all other places 1250."
The Klrst American Savings nnd
Trust Company paid their license un
der protest, contending that tho Act
wan unconstitutional and void, nnd
the suit Nvas brought to recoNcr tho
sum of J7G5 for money received.
Deputy Attorney tlcneral E. W. Sut
ton presented tho case for tho Terri
tory and mndo an excellent showing,
winning his iiibc. Judgd Do Holt
took u connnmi-Fciifeo vlow ot tho
case, finding for tho defendant, nH
will bo seen from tho following ox
trnct from his opinion:
"To rcqitiro n banker on Molokal
or Lannl to pay tho snmo feo for a
license that Is required In Honolulu
would clearly bo n caso wherein tho
lack ot discrimination would bo
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