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Wnllnco R. FUtrrlnaton, - Editor
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TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1. 1910
Tim mnrn work ilierc is to do in this country the hiclier the
ravages that will bo paid for doing it President Harrison.
Tn VOTE DOWN BOSS RULE that leads to Graft rule, vote
the Republican ticket straight.
Unbossed Democrats could not control their party Boss'
platform- declarations. How can they expect to control
Graft-rule if placed in office?
STRAIGHT VOTE FOR SCHOOLS.
Every man who Is interested in the progressive develop
ment of the public schools should vote "the straight Repub
licantickct if he expects a live American educational policy
to be carried out.
THE. REPUBLICAN PARTY ALONE MAKES A DEFINITE
AND TANGIBLE PROMISE AS REGARDS THE PUBLIC
SCHOOLS OF HAWAII.
The Republican Delegate UCongress is pledged Jo pro
mote the enactment of the Davis bill, Under which the Ter
ritory will be given a Federal appropriation for the mainte
nance of schools for the education of our children in practical
The Senators and Representatives of the Republican party
are definitely pledged to pass laws that will make the neces
sary expense of the public schools a first charge upon the
revenues of the Territory. The meaning of this is, that the
schools will be cared for first. Education of the children in
Hawaii will be given the position of first importance that is
recognized as its-right in every other part of -the United.
States. ' '
i You must vote for the Republican candidate for Congress
and for the Republican candidates for Senators and Repre
'slintatiVes if you Would have a progressive, intelligent edu
cational policy in this Territory. ......
f""Do you think you may stop there and get the desired re
Don't be fooled.
! Yoli must also place .the Republican county candidates in
office if ,you would have the progressive ideas carried to
! The County officers of the Territory are each year taking
jover rnore and more of the local control of -schools that nat
urally falls to the people of the several murijeipal divisions.
You must have the Counties in control of men capable and
tal iin sympathy with the progressive Republican educational
t policiesi, you expect tne nest results.
Giv.en the Republican Delegate to work in Congress, and
' . Republican legislators to revise the laws and place the ex
, Ipense of the public schools as a first charge on the reve
nues oi me lerruory, ana me nepumican bounty omciais
to watch over the local necessities of each public' school
district; and you have a perfected and competent system 'for
providing the best education for your boys andybur girls.
The educational policy of the .Republican party is in itself
a sufficient claim to warrant the election of the Republican .
Democrats, in educational matters ,have offered 'the. anc
ient and not honorable tjeneralities, that produce no results.
Republican educational promises are direct, definite, in
t,, line, with the best systems of modern practice, andexpre'ssing'
f the- American idea for providing for the schools; '
Educators and men interested in education, vote your Re
publican ticket straight ' ,
frl. Tuivcn mm upaammccc
I HSU Lit rtllU III lrtHULLOO. t
Republicans who have, in former elections, cast a ballot '
for Trent, declare they will not do so this year on account of
the Trent alliance with McCandless.
.We congratulate them upon their good judgrnent. A vote
for Trent is a vote for McCandless. And that means a vote,
for .the enemies of Hawaii's prosperity.
But some of these same Republicans, who will not vote for
Trent by reason of their sane.bp'nclusions ,annoGrce; their
intention or-voting for W. W.i Thayer, theDerhocraficcandi-,
date for City and County Attorney. ' i-
What is the difference between the alliance of MoCand-.
less and Trent ,and that of Thayer and McCandless?
Perhaps it is the recognition of the fact that Thayer has
not the slinhtest chance of beinci elected, so some of the'
N spiteful ones vote for him to show the public how mean thev
k- But make no mistake. Your vote for Thaver is a vote for
j McCandless. Of the tw.o, Thayer has less individuality and
inaepenuence'tnan Trent. He would be more the tool of a
RonnrHlocc nf ihnir rrilnfiun norcnnol ftnalifiootinric 4nr nf.
f icejuth'e' whole kitfand kaboodle is linked up in the combina
A HOME FOR SALE
A splendid C-room home within
250 feet of the King street car-line.
Lot is planted with large trees, co
coanut, alligator pears, etc. Modern
'plumbing and other conveniences.
Trent Trust Co., Iijfcd.
Two and four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town,
An ideal piece of property ai
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 offl.ee Is open
trom eight until ten
, and Printing
tion to establish the Boss rule of Democracy in this city and
over the people of this Territory. , u
Should Thayer, in case of his election', turn against' .Mc
Candless he would prove himself a perfect traitor, ou False
to his friend McCandless, Thayer could not be true'to'any
man. ", v
Thayer is a McCandless man out and out. There isn't. any
question of it. So is Tre'rit.
The only thing for you to do, Mr. Republican, is to Vote
your Republican ticket straight. ."
That will set things right Iri this city and in the Territory.
And it is the only thing in the voting line that will.
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaole.
, Chas. Chillingworth,
A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
tohn K. Kamanoulu,
.EA.C.'Loriij, " '
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank Kf .Archer,'
A. L Castle, ,
S. P. Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
S. K. Mahoe.
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
. Chas., N. Arnold,
.Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Ebeh P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simcrson.
Walalua -0:car Cox
Waianae J.iK. Kupau.
Ewa John Fernaridez.
KoblaulQa L. K.Naone.
H nfklkkkkkkHI yrWyrisH I
Orer a Case from I '
I Fountain Soda Works .1
I Phone 2270 ,
(Continued from Pace 1.) i
It wag a surprised Portuguese who
looked up Into the stern faco ot the
United States Marshal when ho was
placed under arrest on board the
steamer, and his llrnt thought was
to get even with those Implicated
He brotio down and cried on board
tho steamer and again In Ureckons'
office when ho was being questioned
' i From tho office of the United
Real Estate for Sale
i i '
Someone can secure a Mice home
iri KAIMUKI at a discount of 10
on its actual cbsi.'owinf; to the fact
hat the .owner has i ie'ftj.ihe counter
and wishf.s'Jbtto' make a'quick sale.',
. Cash or 'Instalments. Particulars at
our- offlce. ' '
y 1 't 'm
We have also a $2000 barRain-on
States Attnrnny ho;' was taken back
io tho r.viia a qftlce, and thorn ho
icc'liicd .... .o couch In the private
clllco of the Joughty marshal, bolng
too sick f re 11 all' that had happened
In the pan tew hours even to sit up.
Fci'iul.a .was 'dressed loudly .when
he arrived, but his glad rags were
not an Indication of ills Inner feel
ings when ho found himself In cus
In his first hurst ot confidence und
his chagrin at ttio others In tho deal,
it Is said that ho mentioned names
which were a imriirlKft. tn the three
oftlccrs with whom he was talking.
He .has , named at least one man
as connected with tho deal who Is
a person that tho authorities had no
Idea had anything to do with It or
with any smuggling business.
As this Is meroly tho statement ot
a badly-frightened boy. It will be
taken with a grain of salt until a
thorough' investigation can bo made
by the officers.
This afternoon several Chtneso
weror brought to the office of tho
marshal to Identify Ferreira as be
ing mixed up in tho opium deal; and
a rigid Inquisition is In. progress to
get all possible information from the
nrrested man and to clean up tho
smuggling gang nt one swoop,
Ferreira is held In bonds of 11500,
tho same amount as that required
lln the cases of Noyes and Ilowor, and
will be released should ho find bondsmen.
Yesterday afternoon the mother
and father woro arrested as the re
sult of the search of .their homo by
tho officials and. tho finding there ot
an empty trujik. wljh a falQ bottom,
showing that there were several
pieces ot baggago used In the smug
At a hurried hearing hold In
nrcckons" qfllco purine tho latter
part of thonffnrrioon In'thecase 01
tho mother, tho wireless oporator
was summoned and nil communica
tions which hnd'.beon held with tho
Mongolia since, the first hint ot tho
deal tpaine out,, were examined, thoro
being n'on'e,howovor, .addressed to
Searchers contlnuo;on t)iotrall ot
(bo cqiitrahand todays (topon further
Information received .frpm Fer.re'li'a
mis morning,, mm ouicr consign
merits, of th6 drug are expected to
ho located before tho afternoon Is
Sold on time
Coyne 4 '
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
Portuguese Prince Not Alarmed
Over Conditions At
IJEI.L At Kaplolunl Maternity Home.
Novemhor 1, 1910, to Mr. nnd Mrs.
William Bell, :a daughter.
Intor-laland and 0. R. & U Bhlpptng
books for, salo at tho 11 u 11 o 1 1 if
olllce, GOc each.
The recent overthrow of King
Mlnuol of l'ortugnl and tho banish
ment of tho roynl family will not
causo. any chnngo In uny present plan
ot action," wns a statement mado this
morning on tho deck of tho Pnclllc
Mall steamship Mongolia by , I'rlnco
ferdlnand lnmcpls ))uc do Mpntpeii
sler, unclo of the now deposed King
Manuel of Portugal and n brother of
the Duko of Orleans.
I'rlnco Ferdinand Is travelling In
cog and goes under tho nnmo of t)o
Vllllors on tho voyngo across tho Pa
cific. "1 am Intending to visit Cochin
China und my iplsslon will bo In tho
Intorests of geographical as well us n
big gumo hunting oxpedltlon," further
stated tho Prince.
It Is tho present Intention to pen
etrate Into the fastness and Jungles
of Cochin China, Indu-Clilna . nnd
Cambodgo for a distance ot several
thousand miles. I will niako Hnlgon '
tho baso of operations nnd, from thero
will organize an oxpedltlon that will
follow tho course of tho mighty Moo
kong rlvor through tho Hat1 and
swampy wastes of tho lower Cauihod-.
Ian' peninsula to Pnow Penh."
The I'rlnco prqff sscs to bo nn,, en
(fiusluitlc sportsman, lib fs proceed
ing to n section of tho Far Rust where
plonty of tiger hunting abounds.
Should he pass through tho upper
portion ot Uurmnh or Slam, his party
will come upon tho wilds wherein uro
found elephants und other largo
"I left Lisbon Inst May," declared
tho I'rlnco "and tit tjmt tlmo there
wero no signs ot nn uprising among
tho people, who wcro considered loynl
subjects ot King Manuel. I expect to
bo away on this expedition for at least
u your unless called back to Portugal
through tho receipt pt such nows ns
will vitally concern my relatives."
Tho distinguished traveler is1 no
stranger to Cochin 'China. This is his
fourth Journey to that Inviting field,
for tho sportsman nnd explorer.
Tho arrival of I'rlnco Ferdinand nt
Honolulu drow largo delegation ot
local Portugueso colony at tho Alukca
wharf this morning who awulted his
appearance with moro than .passing
Intor-Island and O. Hi & I,, shipping
books for salo nt tho E alio tin
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