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Stirr-inl ottenrlnn for IboMm
If the tie ef a crowd at a political meeting the Inttrest with which they
ll3ton to the tpeakcrn and the enthuiiattlc applause with which they grset
each telllnu point may be taken as any Indication cf the result of an elec
tion and there Is no better polltlcil barcmclcr lh Dimocratle rally at
Aala nark last Saturday n b' t may be looked upon rs forJcattlno a sweep.
Ire Cemccrjttlc victory at ths polls on November 8.
Not less than l,C03 pecple gathered to hear the prl-iciplcc of Ctmoeracy
expourded by the Democratic candidates. The Advei titer, with Its usual
fatuous policy of misrepresentation, estimated that the oritcrs tpoke to tev.
eral hundred people after the raln'ttirted and to "five times that many bi
fore the Huuanu clouds ben-n to spill" The Advert scr, strangely enough,
forgot to mertlon th-t at the conclusion of Mr. McCandlccs" speech ths
wildly enthusiastic chccri cf the crowd could be heard ever In the sacred
editorial rooms of that organ of sugir nlanter Republicanism.
The rain began to fall just as candidate McCandle'is stepped to the front
of the rostrum t beg'n his speech. Holding up his hand for attention, Mr.
McCandlcss declared the meeting adjourned ad :dvlsed the aud ence to go
heme and get out of th: rain.
Dut the people would not. A storm of protests arose. They wanted ta
hear VcCandless and he"ar him they would. Seteral times McCardless.
seeing that his audience was In danger of getting drenched, tried to dlcmls3
the meeting, but the crowd only called the louder for him to rpeak. At last,
ccelrg that the audience would rather hear him than avoid the danger of
fettlrg wet, Mr. McCandless consented to go ahead He spoke first In
Hawaiian and then In English, and he handled the Issues of the campaign
In a masterly way. Immigration, the land question the contemptuous attl.
tude cf the Republican Governor Walter F. Frear, toward the legislature and
the people, these and m:ny other po'mts were dwelt upon clearly, decisive
ly and pol-ltcdly. "
And that the polr's he made were appreciated by the crowd was ev denced
by the frequent hursts if applaus'e. Hawaiian and Inole both Indicated that
they billevcd f.'cCandless to be expressing their own views on the subjects
dealt with and this Is ominous for Republicanism. The people are think.
Ing for themselves a thing they have no right to do, if one Is to acc:pt the
dictum of the Republican leaders.
All the speakers were well received and listened to attentively. C. W.
A6hford, Dan Kamahu, M. C. Pacheco, Kanlho all tpoke. Pacheco's speech
on the Immigration policy advocated by the Republicans was a terrible ar
ralgnmtnt of the rule or ruin attitude of thote who for the sake of fatten
ing their own pocketbeoks, are will ng to fill Hawaii with the scum of
earth, to crowd the Hawaiian out. ano raise cane and cain at the expensi
of ths blood an sweat of the half starved, under-paid laborer.
A fringe of anxious Republican Ieader3 and candidates hovered on the
outcklrts of the crowd, their enxlouj faces when the p;cple enthusiast eally
applaused the sentiments expressed by the orators indicating how desperate
they know their caute to be.
The people are thinking, as they showed Saturday night. No wonder ths
Republicans arc scared. " j
THE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE.
G. 0. P. RALLIES I
(Continued from Iv;e I)
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thl nriorniion r't Km I, liit c r !
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lie IIkIiIh nml intulo niul Hlioeehcs Rnl
" t'liailci Cmti will iirohihly pre
Trmnrrow tlio fifth O'atrlct will open
I hnrd rntnpilRii with n nicotinic nt
nlxlit nt tlio corner nf School utroet
niiil f.lllln Not iilalit Wrilncrtl i
tlio fnmlli will liolil i mo IIiik at Mo
llllil Thiirsdm nlBlit Is llio firih'rf
turn at Wnlp.iliu I'rhhiN nljjht the
fourth will Round, tlio hal'locrv nt
Kliniu mill l.imi. In tlio I'unchhnwl
"'ollnn, nml mi Sntiirdnx nlqlil n moot
ing nt Knliiiku W omitoiiiilnlcit nt
which l'rlno- Kuhlo will ho tlio prln
Tlio deloijato lonxos tonight for n
few ilovt nf haul wmkxon Kninl Tim
(iiirilon Ir'o received Hnsi McC.m lieu
vrv onlill nnd repnr's nro III it n
Mr nnjjniltv Is nwallliiK Knlilo thoin
However ho will work Just at. hirl
ni If MeCindlem were tlio fnvgrlU
nml nnt himself
GRAND JURY TO MEET
ACTCD nnnnrnio nr-ririrM
Mr i en uuurcn o ucuiaiuivj
There will ho no meeting of tho
Tonltorlnl rmihI Jury until afloi )
Woilnoiilaj, the only matter now ho
fore tlio hnily of tiny liupnit nice ho
Iiik tho matter of Cli.ii'les Clark, tin)
niroRoil oinhez7lor of imllic comt
l OB Wednesday tho contempt pro
ceedings ronie up In .liiilne Cnoper'R
court, and nt that time It will ha
Know ii whether I lie ni cured g Riitlty
or contempt oi not In icfusliiR to
jiiRwor certain o,tietloiif put to him
lcfoio tho Rrnnd Jurj.
If contoiupt Ik found, then tho
Kinml Jur) will rii Into session Im
inodlatoly nml question tho aceusod
fiuthor mi point which have not jot
boon futthMctoilly nnswerod.
Whitney & Marsh
Have just arrived. These were lor
warded by our New York house just as
soon as the strike ended and conse
quently hre in the latest styles.
SI a Year
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NEW LAWYER GOES ls Rrmlunto of Cornoll. Iii nrti
Tn mi n pnR pnAP.Tinp
W ...MW 1, wt iw I IWJ, -,,,
JOINS CUSTOMS STAFF.
Fiuniiol S l'nlph, who nrrUul jot.
toriluy h tho llllonl.in fiom ' tho
Stuti h will go to llllo to ho associat
ed In the pr.icllio of law wllh Carl
S-'mllli on tho bit; Ihhind Mr llolpli
or tho "HI out or f.i.S rnndlilatoi
wlin- wns ndliilttwUiii.lir.lclIco liofntp
tho iiproinc Toiirt of tho hl.it" of
Xow Yiirk lit n roiont o .ninlniitloii
Itoliiho d rrlodoredorrf, Tor soino
tliiio (oiiui'itod with thn piiRlnlllio In
tho c.ip.lUt of Roucinl ileller
ilork, ban received tho iiipolntiuont
ns clerk In tho customs.
rrledorsdnrff tool, un his new du
ties this imunliiR.
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Sale began Saturday Morning', Oct. 15, at 8.30
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