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, Be concerned in voting for someone or something, rather
than against someone or so lething.
' , It is during the present week that the voters must guard
against eleventh hour statements and charges hy the ones
who arc stopping at nothing to elect. L L. McCandless Ed
itorial, Thurston's Advertiser. Oct. 3y 1910.
The Advertiser advises its friends to support Mr. Thayer
as the man Honolulu should have in the city attorney's of
fice. Editorial, Thurston's Advertiser, Oct. 31, 1910.
L. L. McCandless can look for no better support than the
Republican who splits his ticket. And the Republican party
can find no more'destestible enemy than the hypocrite
whose allegiance Is no more to be depended upon than the
chronic falsifier subjecting party and community welfare to
the whims of his personal spite.
YOUNG HAWAIIAN' OPPORTUNITY.
The young and progressive Hawaiian-Americans of Ha
waii County have an opportunity to make a splendid record
for themselves this year by voting Kealaiwa out of office and
putting J. N. Koomoa in the position of County Supervisor
from the district of Kona.
The contest .between these two men is practically 'the con
test of the old and shady do-nothing against the bright ag
. gressivc, progressive and educated young Hawaiian-American
of this Territory.
Mr. Koomoa has behind him all the progressive elements
of his district and he is entitled to the vote of every young
Hawaiian-American who wants to see his people and his dis
trict go ahead, and command respect from all its reputable
elements of the country.
Make the balloting of next week a victory for the young
Hawaiian-Americans who stand for the right kind of men in
office and solid progress for tc Counties.
J l a i -i .1 ..
Tlint Mnk McCandless, who made -i
. 'circuit of the Island ot, Kauai iocoiit-1
;'. ly on u imllllcal mission, told many
f Jlos in mo iiawaiuiun un,iii.ii- ixianu
was charged this afternoon py llev.
Stephen I., Dosha at tho corner of
Kins' and llfllhel'Btrcels In n soapbox
, Affording to Deshn, who went to
Kauai Willi "D'eloKalo Knl&niaitaolo,
milisenuently said todav that during
'tht'lr lour on Knunl. tho Hnwallnim
jV told lliem that SlcCandlcss and Ka-
nllui declared that wllliln four years
tho Hawaiian language ceases to bo
fvT(cWHZPil nun mui murcmier, iui ui"
Haw annus who sjioko tnoiiawaiian lan
guage would ho Imprisoned.
Tho Kauai llawallans who heard
'' tho icmarks mado hy McCandless ask
ed tho I'Unco If such was tho case
' Tho I'rlneo was ImllRnnnt nt hearing
t that tho llawallans liavo lieen made
to hellevo that thoy will ho sent
4n .nil te ilimr .,..,, In tin.1 in afmnlr
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their mother tongue.
Desha warned tho llawallans to
fkeep themselves wldo uwnko so that
Jirunnciiess win 1101 no auio 10 caicn
. their volos on tho election day.
i Desha was given musing cheers and
. applause, from, tho crowd, who tuny
' JimI their back on .1. M. Poopoo, Demo
",'crat, who was, occupying tho Kwa cor-
V Tim -l....l, .f tl.n tu,n nanUhd ti.
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'traded n hlg crowd, of which by for
Mho larger part was Republican In
UYENO'S ALOHA TO VASHIRO.
: v Japaneso Consul Oenernl Uyeno this
morning sent n wireless to Admiral
l Ynslilro. commander-in-chief of tho Ju
panexo training Kquadiou Asama and
Knsagl. exlondlng his nlolui to him
nnd tho men under him.
It Is oxpee'ed that tho squadron will
arrive off port early Wednesday morn
ing, November 2, n day beforo tho
birthday anniversary of Hmporor Mut-
'fuihlto, winch will bo commemorated
Sliero In grand style,-
W e e 1 1 j II u 1 1 ts 1 1 n f I per year.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. v
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Nl Sli Monlrit 0 .Bo
Per Year, anjrwheieln US I.mi
Pet Year anywhere n Canada,. I.Ko
Per Year postpaid, loteiti 3.w
OCTOBER 31. 1010
Ttear Admiral Conrad P. Hees Is ar
running- for ,tho official reception of
tho olllcei's connected with the Jap
anese training squadron including tho
'Asnma and tho Kasagl.
Tlio vessel arc dtit to nrrlvo nti llio
port on Wednesday morning a diiy be
fore (he anniversary of Emperor Milt
suhlto. Tho ships will remain at tho port
until November Sth and will lay nt
tho naval wharvcB.
No steps havo thus far heon taken
by tho Territorial officials toward tho
entertainment ot tho officers or tho
Upon leaving Honolulu tho Japan
ese vessels will follow this Itinerary:
November 8. arrive at San Francisco
November 19; leave San Francisco
November 33. arrive Ban Pedro Nov
ember 25; leavo San Pedro December
1. nrrlvo Manzanll n December 9
leave Manzanlllo December 11, arrlvo
Acnpulco December 13; leavo Aca
pulco December 17, arrlvo Sallnn
Cruz Decomber 19; loavo Sallna Cruz
December 24, nrrlvo Panama Decom.
bor 30; leavo Panama January n, ar
rlvo Aca'filco January 13; leavo Aca
pulco January 17. arrlvo Honolulu Fe
bruary 3; lenvo Honolulu February I)
nrrlvo Yokoiuka February 28.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Monday, October 31.
SRATTI.t: Arrived Oct. 30( U. S. T,
Dlx, henco Oct. 20, ,
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Oct."30:
' S. S. Hyades, from Port'AUen. Oct.
21. , . I -
SA NFHANCISCO Arrived Oct. 3flj
8. 8. Hllonlnn. nonce Oct1. 22.' ' '
(WAYS HAHnOR Snlleil Oct. 30;
Schr. Hopeat, for Honolulu,
SYDNEY Arrived Oct. 20: Schr. John
Meyer, hence Sept. 14.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Oct. 30; S. S.
Asia, hence Oct. 18,
HI! O Arrlvod Oct. 29: Schr. Philip
pine, hence Oct. 19.
II ii I le Mn Hdllorlnl Honin Plume
2185- II u Me tin liuslness Offlro
A HOME FOR SALE
A splendid 0-room home within
250 feet of the Klnu street car-linc,
Lot U planted with large trees, co.
onnul, nllie,ntor pears, etc. Modern
ilum1)ini; and other conveniences,
riice, $2350. ' .
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two and four.tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, vwithin five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal piece of property as
to location and size for a pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank and tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust' Co., Ltd.
MESSAGES TO FRIENDS AT SEA
On Sunday mornings
tho ofllce Is oiitjn
from eight until ten
(Continued from Pace 1.)'
mil that Mr. Thurston helped It
"You will tlnd, no inntter whom
yoli send to Washington, that I havo
mado It my policy to make friends In
stead of using hot air. Whtin Mc
Cnnilless was In WnllUku, lie nsked
who was a liar, Thurston or tho He
publican party. Yet ho dares to como
beforo you mid clulth that ho Is re
sponsible for tho amendment to the
land law which provides that land
must be opeiled upon tho application
of tweiity-flvo citizens. You can Judgo
for yourselves who Is tho biggest liar.
The cheok of tho man! Anyono cun
go before a committee In Congioss.
He knows that, and ho knows also
that tho bill could never hslve iiasscd
wlthbut my approval.
Real Estate for Sale
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N Special Opportunity
. Someone can secure a nice home
in KAIMUKI at a discount of 10
on its actual cost, owing to tile fact
that the owner has left the country
' : and' wishes us to make a quick sale.
Cash or instalments. Particulars at
We have also a
Jt A7 O- ?,
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T, H.
; VJISI ' 1
An to Hip I.andJ.awH.
"Ho is showing letters from Cand
ler andiJiidgq ijouston. Congressmen
prolnls'ti tnjt'oi tlilnks'lu'st-t", get rid
of those 5wilo',bMhev; them. 1 will go
on lecdrd lis Wing Hint I cannot
understand Candler nnd Houston. I
inoved that the, two bills be rercrred
to n Biib-coihihttee, innd the Republi
can party, the I dominant party, does
tho legislation In Washington. These
amendments wcro put In by myself. I
wanted the land given to every citizen
who npplied for It, but Judge Hatch
opposed that, and thought It was not
fair, but finally the twonly-nve appli
cants clause was Inserted by myself,
and neither Candler nor Houston was
there. Candler said that he did not
propose to Introduco McCandless' bill,
and that ho hud never read It. Neith
er ho nor Houston had any amend
ments to my hill."
Hy a deed dated September 10th 'ind
illcd In tho bureau of conveyances
October 29, (Jeorgo Lycurgus trans
ferred to I llio Hotel Co., Limited, two
parcels Jl land for tho sum of $20,000.
Theso two parrels nro located at
Plihouim, Haw'all, tho first comprising
1.92 acres, the second .10 of nn acrt),
$2000 hnrp;ain on
'", i mm
Hoss .McCandless' Inrlstcnco on lit-
own Ideas and theories as In Doino-
rnttlc pnlllloH nnd campaigning hns
nllonntcd lit in ho badly from the toil
Doniocrntle leaders In Onlm coipiiy,
Hint on tho last w'cjk bcjforij nice
Hon, when ho ileeds every inuirii of
support that tin can get, lie has lfcn
nlmnst llno'wn ovcr'bV hU own Jim-
During this InM week McCimdlrss
will havp lo wage practjcnlly a fouc
fight for tho delegnlos'hlp, Tho Dijno
crntlc cnmpalcn innnngers nrp doing
n lot of hustling for tho county 'tin;.
ket, lint McCandless Is lgnqrd JTlit)
best lip can do Is to attend 'the imot
Ings palled by the district loidersnni
speAk on his own behalf.
Two rnmpalgns nre being rnn from
the local Democratic headitinrtern,
the county campaign nnd Hip hots'
campaign, Col, C, .!. McCarthy Is riiu
nlng the county campaign, nnd iho
boa Is Vimnlntr tlin other.
MrCnniiless nnd McCarthy speak J
wiipii they liavo to. nnd thats nliniit
nit. McCarlhV has n desk on one sldd
of tho room, nnd when McCandless
has nny polltlcnl liuslness to transact
that has to bo dnuo nt headquarters,
hn i.lllla II off nvor In n rnrnpr
Tho boss Un'f nrntimi lipailiiuarlnnj
lory much, for ho Isn't particularly!
welcome, nnd when lie does como, lie
goes over to his pet corner, holds
whispered rnnvqrsatlons with his
lieutenant nnd soon Is out again scur
rying aiound on his little buttonholo-
campaign. Aicunniuess is one or mo
busiest hittton-linlers this .Tcrr(tbVi'
McCnndloss' porsonnl workers nr
rlvo at mill Jlmca durlng-lho day. re
port to tho boss, got tlfctr Instructions
and whalovorls necessary In n male-.
rlnl M'ni li. r..itv llinon lnal.nlln,ia
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out, and then depart. Col, MrCarthy
has mado It plain In tho few days hoi
has been In charge that hu Isn't oil' I
ducting McCandless' campaign, nnd
doesn't Intend to bo drawn Into It. 1
nor to allow the county candidates to
be drawn Into It.
In fact, McCarthy savs openly that)
he doesn't bellovo McCandless' Imml-j
grntlon plank should hnvo been Inject
ed Into tho local cnmpalgn, nnd right
hero Is where McCandless hns lost
tho platform support of tho Demo-,
cratlc candidates. They are nil busy
trying to get themselves elected, nnd
as tho week's fight gets hotter and
hotter, McCnndloss Is going In hac
more nnd more to do to keep himself
hofnro the voters.
Democratic meetings liavo been
scheduled for " -pry night this week,
from two to fi ,ir each night, and Mc
Cnndlcss plans to tnke In ns manv
of these ns possible. Tonight tho
meetings nro nt Jack I.nnp, Nuuanu
nnd Knliilanl tract, In Knllhl alley.
Sheriff .lanett anticipates no trou
ble this evening, nl'hoitgh Hnllowo'eil
Is In sonio countries (lip causa of much
gate shlfllng and other nllogod Jokes.
Tho local police will keep an oxlra
Bharp oyo out for nny daring fun mak
ers and should any of them bo cap
tured wulio planting nn iinucrtaKcr ft
sign board outsldo of n doctor's olllco
thnro will bo somo arrests mado.
Tho removal of gales, and- tlio
changing of signs, may bo carrier nut
to a slight dcgieo, but to nothing like
tho oxtcnt that prevails In older coun
tries. Ducking for npptcs and biting
at 1 1 en clod buns is considered to bo
tho correct Jhlng for this evening, nnd
much merriment Is occasioned by tho
attempts of tho unfortunate, whoso
hands aro tied behind his or her hack,
to liito n bobbing applo In a tub of
Tho festival of All Saints Day 'Is n
very old ono and many centuries ngo
It was Instituted lo eclebrato tho oc
caslon of tho conversion of tho Pan
theon nt Homo Into a Chlsllan placo
of worship dedlcalod to Iho Virgin,
nm nil tho martyrs who had been
slain there, f f , ,
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J. ABADIE, Prop. PHONE 1491 777 KINO STREET
Remember the Address. No Branch Office.
English Bath Towels
BATH SPONGES, HAIR BRUSHES, CORNELL'S
Benzoin Cosmetic Soap
ALL OF STANDARD QUALITY.' 'NEW, AT -
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Ono or tho lliimano Society' mem-
bortt this afternoon urrcsted r. C) I-
nco who was drlvlliR a lame lioriso,
The wagon whleh tho horse wiib
drawing was loaded with bnnenns,
and nfter an luturvlcw nt tho pollro
station tho Chliu po wim bailed out
and oiderod to aniioar' In couit to
Sold on time
T?-n tti i.n rtx
JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
John QmnCH was arrested Ilila nfu
'crnoon on a tluirjjo of malicious In-
Jury. Tho Injury consisted In cut
tliiK eomo onda of u creeper whleh
'had sjired from his neighbor's yard,
Hi i oti jili a iilcltet fence. Theowner
of tho loot side of thu vino objected
to tho uiula In lila nelfilihor's yard
, being cut iiml honco Iho arrest,