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Delegate Gets Fine 'Results Where
Republicans Feared loss 'of
I filial llulli'riy CcrrcrxmdcnccO
HII.O, Oct. 7. SupeWisor Fcrnan
lci, cniidldnlojor thp Hcnatc, return
ed to Ullo last Wodnosday In time
to Jittcnd tho meeting of Iho Hoard
of Supervisor!! nfter hnvlng been with
Delegate- Kalanlnnanlo 'throughout his
stumping trip through llio Kau, Kona
nnd Kohala district.
Tho Kau nnd the Kona districts
lno alwa)s boon regarded ns tho
most dangerous ns far as Ktihlo Is
concerned, Kau because tho mattcrn
licrtnlnlng to tho administration qf
ho land law had Jherc cqinq to some
what rnqro of n focus'thah Is general
ly the case, and Konabccaiisc theso
districts' have always In the" nast lienn
a Homo Uulo and DoinbcYallc hotbcil.i
l.,,.i.,..... ,. '. '. . ':.!''
that Link McCnndlcsa had m morn
than nn ordlnaty.sucws.-of.hls- tour
Chcerlno Renerl " '
I;or that reason tho report which Is
. - '
"iroiiRht here by Korinndnz U nartl.
cularly pleasing S
well rocelvcl In most -,t.,coV mi
whllo thn .nn.i .X ' i... v,Z ..-"
, , ' mj-uimiuan
In Poveral Instances cropped forth
i. . .. ., ..-- : .
.......iKii qiicsuons nnd' objections
Tiiado by voters who attended tho Ku-
VZ VnC.?ilnKS' l,h. i,ClBn,c ?"" " ov-
cry instance .hlj, to show the Just.co
U?, CTf.r. "C,r n"d '? -":
vinco (ho doubters that McCandlcss
had not always been strictly truthful
On tho wholo thb trip of the Dele
galo on tho leeward side' of tho Isl
and was a success, and there can bo
no doubt but that ho Rtrengthcnod
inniscir considerably, and did much
tcratlnrf-tlfc work done by
Pahala Meeting... f "
When woolen Puna for Knu on to hear us; so wo had to retraco our
Saturday, Howltt, Charles Swain (lie- steps and go back there,
publlran candldato for Treasurer). There wcro ubout sixty voters wait-
Charllo Achl and nijsclf woro with Ing to hear us, and we held a good
tho Dclegato. and we went with him mooting "
nil through Knu and Kona." said For- pjhoe..o- Telc-nhone " ? ' ? -y
Zm? ,!!?. Snt,.'rny. ftorno.on wo ""y this tlnie wo had received an-
held a meeting at Pahala. At first other telephone message, this tlm'o
a T " '!"m, ? f ""c,,,1lon8 R,C- ,rom Phoehoo, which Is about thirty
McCan PHvfJT-8-M?Wlnf "J. m,Ies "ds Kau from Kallua. and
work-in ' ,T'U!,B. 'n .hl? nBaln wc 1,ad 9 w ack on our trail.
h n'oonn .hern -'?! L,n,c.i;c9.tCti 0-B ,ho "C0Pl0 that ptaeo had gotten
ho people there tho most Was that of together and were waiting for us (o
Iton""." "V0 " J,,n,, Tml!- come ,0 ,hen'- Wo held a meeting
OovornL nJnbnn nWhr,h0 " ' that evening, (hero bo-
Oovornor had been given tho power ng about thirty voters present.
wB,K,n (8"Ch,tt rmml"slon- nw- Thit Land bw Clause.
haii.i i,nv ,? Wh.' "re b,ClnB nlBllt' nni1 "10 follow""f wnl "
tho commission, such ns hold a meeting nt Kalaoa (North
Z Z ti . ' u!cn),covcrc,, Kona.) Here a number of queallou
1 statute. Tho Prlnco was. however, wcre nskcd nl)nut lho Ian la'w. Tho
vMM, V1 ,1 ,nia. CrS.'n.u manner rcPl0 wante1 lo kno" w"o had had
ih!' m! 7, t0 ih?ttn: l"ertcd In tho law the amendment
nn in ,i i f thoroughly good relative to tho opening of public lands
. understanding had been established, upon tho petition of twenty-ftvo cltl-
Walohlnu Pleased. zons. Thoy said that McCandlcss had
"Wo had a Rplcndld meeting at Wal- told them that ho was responsible for
ohlnu on Saturday ovcnlng. It was. this provision, hut Kuhlo told them
nccordlng tn lho statements of people that this waB falsa,. and ho proved It
who llvo there, tho biggest meeting to them bj reading extracts from tho
they could remomher having' seen report of (hp proceedings beforo tho
there. The feature of the meeting Congressional cunmlttco. Tho pfoplo
was the presentation to the Delegate 'wore thoroughly convinced nnd an-
of a resolution, which was presented swdred that tho 'Kclklatll' was right,
to him by a commlttse of twelve or P'trVftoaHild'e.
fifteen voters, expressing the appre- ''On Tuesday noon, ax wo wcro pass
cljtlon oftjhe people for his work InMiiK Pumvnnwaa. w found that a nuni-
making Itposslble 'for the' people who ber of pcoplo had gilhorod on tho
had been giving onooverrnTient, land 'roRd to hoar t). ti ulthoush wo had
for many,yerj to txerclte a prefer, not planned to h'Jlh n meeting Ihoro,
enee right when Hfrei lands' were to wo stopped nnd mado a few speeches
be disposed of Ram Kauhane made As a matter of fact, we held n very
n presentation speech, which was ably satisfactory mooting there,
answered 'by tho Trlnco, Thoro was "Wo arrived nt Wnlmca Tuosday
much onthuslRHmshdwn. and th'ro evrnlng. nnd found that qulto a largo
wns no opposition whatover npparont.. crowd had githercl at t.ho courthouse
No question woro asked of tho Dele- I left for Illlo nfter having made '"a
Knto, although ho offered to answor speech, being tho first speaker. Tho
any which might b(i asked. rest of lho party conllpued on ifs
"Tii Simday morntnc, l foro wo tour through tho Koh'alas.
took tho MaunaLoa for Kona, wo Hewitt On Land Law.
Hold n meeting at Hnnunpo, and had
vury k'puii meeting cimsiucring mo
fdzc nf tho village
"Wo went In tho Mauna Loa to Ho-
' " - r r'" "'- -" -'
opulon, whero wo spolo tb lho ronplo
who had gathered at 'tho wharf. ThU
wus on siinuny ovening, Thoro was nnd Hint ho could thorefore speak
n good crovd.,,f)d lho speochos made with authority, when ho 'oxprcsscd Ills
liy tho Prlnco nnd his followora wora satisfaction with tho' work dono by
well recolvod, The jJooplo said, after tho Delegate.
they had hoard tho Prlncn's oxplana- "My main point wub tho pointing
tlon of tho Issues, that thoy would out of the provision of tho Organic
lonvo McCandlcss nnd voto for Ku- Act which makes knowledgo of tho
h'- nngllsli "or Hawaiian" languago --a
NHookena Understands. , ' qualification for tho "holding of tho
- "Wo continued In the stoamer to franchise. I contended that as long
llookona. 1ioro wojhol.da flno meet- an tho'llaWalfans'-Bent a Hawaiian to
ting Sunday) night. Thero was a great Congress he franchlso of those who
crowd of peoplo tticro. and they would' could speak only Hawaiian, was safe,
not let us go, to the meeting lasted Link might be alright, nnd then again
from 7 until 11 o'clock. Thore wero i,0 might not. Tho Hawallans knew
. no quostlona nBked, but as wo left t,oy 'could trust Kuhlo to see to it
1 ,thopeople Bald 'wo understand now.' that that provision was never knock
Early Morning Meetlnfl. cd out as long as ho represented them
"From Hookena wo went overland Congross. Thoy could not know
to Nnpdopob, where wo held a meet- wi,Rt McCandlcss might do, I told
Ing nt glx! o'clock ln tho morning, them that thoy had tho franchise, nnd
Thorn was ir big n crowd thero ns that It was their duty lo hang on to.
.there bod boon nt Hookena, nnd wo
iieid nun o,iiiq iiobi nieonnga oi hip
trip. Tho' sentiment nf tho ponplo
Roomed to ba nil for tho Prlnco, Thoy
said that they' had .hoard what Link
had said, hut that they
uiu noi lie-
novo him. -
Kallua Convinced. '
"Wo held a mooting nt Knllua'-ht
about noon on Monday. At first tho
. .,,.. .. ......
.ii.iln.ni i.i i I
ii.iu,. ..in nni enrm nn ft . .... in .. i.aii
Link, but n; the meeting went ol
they v, armed toward tho Prince, nnd.
when It was over, they all c-imc an I1
wanted to shako hands with him, any-
Ing that they wcro going to oto foe
him. Tho people ald In the be-r'n-
nlng that they thought tho Immlgi-h-
Uon bill was n cry bad one. Link
hnd 'told them that If a Iloiiubllcin
Dtlegato weto oleciod. It would re-
suit In tho brlnclnc nf Inr-rn hnr.lo
f n"?8!"n- " "'cans and Mil-
- Q.f"?: muVu T , " , .
ouId be nodUd with had people, nnd,
, ' """" woul" " "" -ot.
lliuir 1DC1Z. If wn rvninlnM hum
,Mnt U11(,cr ,no law F,ii ' n,l norm
n '"' mipinu anu rotio
p ,"", d S? the" Sl,f,,0." Im""
..!' -,.,?. -..- i'a!8a5 0f. .."?
"'" . ,iCOTary in orIer.w01lM ,!.,.. n, a,min, Th
10 rnaK0 noss ilo tho Importation ofn . i . . . T
n no.i t. ..t JZ, .".I ..ri1 business Interests seem to feel that
ftwu tiuoo ui nvuiiio. sucn ns mo
Portuguese, rather than Flllnlnos and" s""u,uacr 0I slr- aicfanuiesa is
ior,o nican. .The nenublcan nart a mCnnco ,0 tho "ntawata and tho
.iXLiotti"' 5 "nw?"; l hardly neces-
who"uM wat 7 ,
"" f -age, it was against I
cheap labor. If tho Immigration of
good labor were not made possible,
tho plantations would Import tho In
"Tho audlcnco was satisfied Willi
''In thn NMn tln.n u-a lm.1 ma.I.ii. I
telephone messago from Kcokcn'.
lhfrn Tnrn.l Cn.ltlt.. ..ln..tntn t.
. ..- H...wl, ui...... o iiniiiiiiiuii in.
Hiaung wiai mo voters- tnero wanted
"AI the main speeches wero mado;
y mo ucicgate. Hewitt and I both
(Hpoko for the Delegate. Howltt dwelt
particularly on the land law question.
JIo said that ho had lived In Kau
v noui mm iiu mill livi'll III Juu j
for many years, and had been fight-
Ing land laws for' the past flvo years,
, nn,i n !nl0 nn poi-,n rlinnei
0f losing It.''
i . i
Weekly llullolln l per yenn
11U1T1 UlVl lULiiTlllJ nnd. ns I said before, (he plnnk It 111
(Continued from Tuer
"Altogether, It was a satisfactory
irip, win i iook ior n ncavy itcpuu
llcan vote from tho Hlg Islnnd."
(Special Hill let In Cirrraimniltnce.)
IIILO, Oct. 7. A. U. C. Atkinson.
the chnlrman of tho Republican Ter
ritorial centra) committee, came to
Illlo for. a'sho.rt visit Inut week, ar
riving , In the Wllholmlna Thursday!
Kea the .following morning. Ills
object was Mo' get 'a vlcw at
first hand of the way In which the
political situation was shaping htfro.
On his return he met National Com-1
IHIHCUIHUU 11UI81C1I1 Ol J
mltt,ccmnn Holsteln tit Kohala, and
no bibo nan a conrercme with, tuo
legate, who boarded tho Mauna
e . at Kilwnlhuo on "'8 l,
' nm nm;n pienscu ai mo way in
which things are being organized
ero," ald Atkinson. "Hut I feel
that we must wdrk to tho last for
oVery possible vote. The buslncsa
men of ltonoltllu'ihavc taken bold
this ifcnr. .It "is the first time we
have' ever rcal'ly rotten together.
Tlihrofor. th nun llln nnrlnnro. I
wUch,tho llcpitbllcan party grow. I
li Against a Destroyer.''
'This6 campaign has d
Into, not so much n fight agnlnstt
,tlio Democrats becauso ,tho test
flRht " "8 ,,nnd"
as It Is a fight ngalr
Democratic element has tho snmo
aa wo have1'
gainst the man who.
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' KU UllU IIIU UUlllllH UI HUB,
'b Industries nnd tho protec
tion which Hawaii ro:elvcs for all
her Industries, Including sugnr, beef,
lumber, wool, pineapples nnd many
other things, would ha in serious
Jeopardy If Mr. MfCandlesa was In
Washington, supported by n Demo
cratic House, and the question of
lowering the tariff on these articles
should como up. The Democrats'
well-known policy of nbollshlng, or
perhaps a modified policy of lower
ing, all duties would put somn nf
the business Interests of tills Island
In n very bad way. An how, it
wmldBtqn, Mh". jjeyclopmont .or l
iRsTrytlouji capital and put us" In
a very serious plight. ' , ( ,
"It woujd certainly beem Hint Ku
hlo should havo a right to feel that
he had a considerable right to tho
support nnd sympathy of tho elec
torate, as a show of confidence and
appreciation of tho excellent results
which ho has prndu:ed during tho
terms he has sered at Washington.
"The business men of Honolulu
seem to feel so strongly about tho
mntter that they are taking an nc-l
tlve Interest. I have always no-'
tlced that when tho peoplo of this
fountry get together on any propo.l
kltlon, they can canry It througn.
Thoy have gotten together many'
times In epidemics, plagues and on
civic questions, and fhey havo alwajs
accomplished that which they start
ed out to do. Personally I feel
proud to belong to such u commu
nity, and I havo the greatest confi
dence In my frllow men, i
"I think that beforo we gel
through with this cnmpalgn the Im
migration plank will be an asset In
stead of a liability, when It Is un
derstood what we are after, Havo
you ever realized what tho condition,
of this country la In relation to the
growing number of Asiatics? Do'
you, ns a'tfilnklng man, propose to
sit tight jind let jQiir family ho
swamped -by tho rising tide of the
Oriental vote? Do you realize that
there are nearly 90,000 Japanese in
this country and only 30,000 IIu-'
wallans? T';nt In tho last tonycnrs
tho Japanese have Increased by 19,
000 and the Huwn'llans 'havo 'de
creased by 6000? That there 'nro'
more Japanese children In the)
rdhnols than thero are Hawaiian'
children? Thoro nro only 6200 Hn-1
wallan and over 7000 Japanese chil
dren in the schools today. Do oii'
rcnllzo that the Japanesa In Hawaii
have Increased since 1900 on an nv
" T"-- - ,- .
rage of over n,jijindrcd per cent.
every two .yearB? ,,npther fact Is
that tho, Becrctnry'B-offico has regis-j
tered 'as Hawaiian-born Japanese In J
one year 3202 mnlo chlldron
Japanese Vote a Menace.
"Now let me ask you to. figure It j'
out. Jlow long Avlll It take before .
me (Japanese voters on nun iniuuu
can elect' Senators,- RoprosontatlveR.j
supervisors, a sheriff nnd so 'forth? ,
Iri the 'First, -DlHttict last year Ku
Hlo got only 7i3 voies and caried
the 'district. How would you llkoto
seo a Japanese board ot supervisors,
a Japanese sheriff,' wllh only Jnpan-f
ese working on the rondB nnd only
Japanese on tho pollen force? Ifc
nothing Is done to Increase tho num.
Jier of Hawaiian nnd Caucaslon rot
voters, tho time Is only a few years
distant when we will nil have to
take n second place, 'and then how
..III ... lll.n It I U'nn'l t rtn lift
lll U imr i t if w. . j ...i (
mriv Hint nuilld not r.eo tho ttuow
ennilltlon of things Rnon enough? I
don't bellovo Hint tho United Stntos)
government would nllnw ihc Hav.-al-Ian-born
Japanese oer to Inke
charge, but that Is another question
for ou to figuro gut for i ourselves.
"Tho pcoplo arc! rceliiR this ImnU
grntlon question ln' the right light,
nnd, ns 1 said before, the plnnk Is
getting to be nn nsset distend of u
liability. Thoy are learning that
where there Is n Int. of Cauraslnu
labor the wages nro nUs high In,
other words, where there Is luiichj
inoor, ns in imnoiuiii. ma w.igcs nro
much higher than they are In Nil-'
hnu, Lnnnl or Molokal. The cur-'
rent' rnte of Wages for rommon la-1
hor for Caucasians Is from t:f0 up,'
with a great growing demand for
lnbnr. In Isolated parts or the 13-'
lands, whom thero nrc no Cauca-1
flans nnd not much Inltor, rnmc poor
devils are glad to get a Job at fifty
tents a day. Industry Increases In
comes. Immigration Necessary.
"My cffortB for yenrs past to gnt
Caucasians Into Hawaii are well
known This Is the onlv way In
which to Aincrlcnnlzo the Territory
nnd to develop It along American1
lines. Tho Hawaiian race will never (
merge with tho Asiatic rate. They
do npt mix with tho .I.ipancc, nor!
do they Intermarry. As the thrco
colors of the dear, old Hawaiian lias'
merged Into the red, white and bluo
cf tho American emblem so will tho
Hawaiian racp ovontuallv merge In
the growth of tho American nation I
"The crisis Is before the people of
this Jountry, nnd as far as I can
sec, we must either Import people to,
offset tho growing Japanese liillii-i
enco or ou people will !ue to ln-
crease vour families Hawaii must
go nhcad. Wo enn hot go ba"k-j
wards. Our dostlny Ih the Amcrlrnn'
destiny. Either mirrtiirngo white
people to come nnd help develop Ha-'
wall, or raise mnro children. Iloo-'
ulu lahul." ' ' . i
Firm Is Lowest Bidder By Far
On New Y. M. C. A.
The Pacific EngilietTng Company,
Ltd., of Honolulu V'ai nwarded tho
fcintrnrt for tho now Y. .M- (,. A..
bulldlasiit irmreilnkiflii building
committee (held , ntf Soup Mijilay lb
tho pfesent'AsjtirlayluJ rbotns, "on
Hotel Btrce.t., Th 4" s(cceiaf ill ..com
pany put In a bid of $132,200 for
the work, guaranteeing Its comple
tion In 300 days.
A remarkublo 'difference In the
bids Is noticeable In the figures Biili-j
mlttcd. The hlgt)Cht bid was no
less than $27,900 more than 'the
lowest, nnd thero jvas ulso a vnit
difference In the time each bidder)
considered necessary for completing
the structure, which will standi Just
nerotB Hotel street from tho slto, of
the present building.
"Pay out yol!ir Whole
week's salary ki one
lump sum, for a suit &
i -i i i
. Francis Levy
The other blda today wore: Cvi
crete Construction Company, $IC0.
000, twclvo months for completion;!
Lucas ilrothers, $1S9.222, twclvo
monthH; Lord - Young engineering!
Company, (lix.ftoo, 2S0 das-, and'
John Walker, 148.000, twelve
Work on tho new building will
start within a fow days, and as It
1b to be completed in th.roo hundred '
J 'ffS B if'
Pride iri the
i , -1
-i i i 1 1 i i. i
Good Clothes and-nothing else
SACHS' BLDG., FORT STREET
t13 I !
days, the AsFoclntlon wU liolnta
luinro Home next septemiier. .
REGISTRATION ON MAUj.
WAILlIIU.Maul. Oct. 7 The
Maul Hoard d( Registration, Messrs.
Oen. Weight-MJ Kcohokalole and
David Morton, 'Will bo In sceslon nt
tho Wallukn" JSjurtlimiBC tn register
votora until mlllnlglit this evening!
is the common sentiment of
the man who sells it, the man
who buys it, and the typist
who operates it.
Remington Salesman, Reming
ton Owner, and Remington
Operator all share in this
pride, which comes natuially
from association and identifi
cation with , .
T 'i i
for the Territory
i ot '
td.4. o'clock this uftcrnoQii thero
were 2427 registered voters In this
division,' viz.. 'Lnnal, 3C; Lahalnu.
''C'J-'HVnnlua. 41; Olownlu, 40i' Wa
jllnku, ,370; Walhce, 147; Puunene,
227; ll,onunplu, fi2, Kula, 76; Ma
kawno,7! Ilamakuapoko, 22R; Ilu
cjo, 52; Kcanae, r7; Nahiku, 30;
liana, 170; Klpahulu, 69: Kaupo,
50; Hnlnwn, 34; Pukoo, 108; Kau
nnknknl, C6; Kalaupapa, 2CC
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