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10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAHTtHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1010. 10 PAOES.
.PRICE 5 CENTS.
His Land Deals
Twenty-Four Years of Frenzied
Finance Shown By
Link McCandlcss, land grabber for twenty-four years.
Link McCandlcss, forcctoscr of mortgages, lender of
money, dealer in property of poor Hawaiians.
Link McCandlcss, whose record since 1886 shows that he
has "cut into" m.ore petty deals, grabbed more kuleanas from
Hawaiians than any other man whose history is now public
Link McCandlcss, who now declares that the Republicans
arc trying to get all the lands for themselves.
Link McCandlcss, who is charged on the stump with pay
ing his own plantation workers a few dollars a month, with
hiring Japanese wherever possible, with driving his own
workmen to the wall.
" Finally, Link McCandless, bpssof the Democratic party in
Oahu discredited- inhie-own-countyy'Boss" , McCandlcssr
candidate for Delegate, to Congress on the Democratic ticket!
FlRiircs ilo not llo. Hint's on old
mux I m that oven Hobs McCandless
with Ills specious arguments and
fnlso premises can't disprove.
Hero aro roino ilKUrcs on McCund
loss's land deals since lio lias been u
resident of tlio torrjtory. Tlicy nro
set down In 'black und while nt tlio
Territorial lTiirouii of Conveyances
Anyono can sea thorn.
Slnco August 28, 1880, wlicn Mc
Candlcss begun Ills career of whole
sale land-grubbing, lie lias pcen mixed
ip In thrco lumdrcd and forty-soven
deals Not ono year lias passed In the
last twenty-four that JlcCundlesa lias
not bc.cn bcIiciiiIiik und planning and
contriving to get land, got laud, al
ways to get land lor himself.
Tlio rccoids show that bo has taken
ccry means. Ho bos dealt In mort
gages ol all kinds, contracts, releases,
agreements, chattels, dowers, notes,'
foreclosures anything that would
glvo him inoio land. Spread ou the
public record Is many u story of
Link's Bcbomes, undVomo of the peo
ple that Link has dealt with, sunio of
the I Ian al luns fighting to hold their
little pieces of property, could tel In
teicstlng stories o't u hard und un
Hlnco McCundlcss's naino first ap
pealed upon tlio public rccnuls, In
1886, ho has owned, bad mortgages on ;
or controlled no less thin tbrco lain
dred and forty-seven pieces o'
In tbo Torrltory.
BIRTHDAY OF UHITO IS
CELEBRATED BY JAPANESE
, WITH CEREMONIAL HOLIDAY
Today Ib tho birthday of lllj Im-
perlal Majesty, Hmporor Mutsuhllo
of Japan. rhrnughout tho wldo
world bis subjects uio celebrating
,tno cvcui wnn pauiuuc spiru.
In Honolulu toilu), wnuro a largo
number Pf Japuunoo teeldu, the ir-
caslon la albo commemorated with
feasts and tuclal calls, l-'iom fciin-
rlro until j,unset thero will ho plenty
to keep tbo Jnpaneso hero busy
I'rnmpth at fc o'clock tills mum-
lug tho Japanese vvaishlps, In om-
inn ml ot Admiral ft. Yushlio, vvIiIlIi
are now in pun, uiuuu uuv in cuiuia
from stem to stern, Two largo Jap-
micro Hags nto vvnvlng proudly from
tho mainmasts', whllo tho toiois or
the other nations adorn other parts
of tbo ships.
In honor of tho bhtlidiiy nmilrer
fiuy of tho Hmpcror, Admiral Yn
rblio's mini ibis morning decniatod
tho nuvul dock wltu' marine und In-
irf U;.. Mtea-m mtmmavmr vwiin
When bo appeared beforo 'be people,
two ycais ago, seeking to lie elected
Delegate to Congress, tho record
shotted two hundred und eighty four
conveyances, lie was dcftia'ed thou
Ho lias spent the last two yens work
ing to bo elected now, but bo.lma not
been too busy to secure convevaucca
for sixty-three additional nicies of
This Is tho Hiimo man who declared,
In n speech on tho land iJesllon at
KiUno.i, l'upalkou, Hawaii: "If olio
grubs tho whole thing for hlnitolf, tho
land will not bo prosperous."
Of course, McCandlcss may not huo
been trying to grab tLo uholj thing
for himself when ho grabbed soino-
thing like three hundred and forty-1
union nlernH nf land Hn mav bo In i
tending to leave bis money to charity,
to found a college, to send Sunday
school books to the Hottentots, or to
lit out nn expedition to tlio moon. Ilo
may not liavo been trying to grub tbo
whole thing for himself when ho took
mortgages and assignments, mort
'gago releases und chattel mortgages
to the number of sixty-seven. Per
haps ho felt that the, land would bo
sufcr In his bands than nnywhero clso.
Hero aro home more figures on Mo
Cnndloss' dents, nlso taken from tbo
I-cntes and assignments, 30; chattel
mortgages, 3; agreements, surrenders
of leases, mortcaeo releases and re
leases of dower, 17; miscellaneous, 4.
tornntlonal colors, In honor of tvn,
........ .i.n4 7.A.J
ai nonio to ne j;iveu hub niiurnwni
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t0 Ym1K ott,, t,,p(lt Hio o,
IllirillC I Mil rPI'HIIIItlll LfltllK 1IUIII I
thins will ho lirlllautly' llluml
with electric nguis.F , i
llglits from tho
ho Ivvn' ship
thrown upon tho Young,
signals given from Admiral
I Rccention Tonicht
C'onsul-fleneral Uycno, assisted by,
niovo Consul Mori, this morning
held a reception at tbo consulate for
mo japancso pcopic. in iiirvigui'is
worn niPtJiit. Tho band Buronadcil
tho Impprlal icpiosoutatlvo from tbo
. bctond (lisir of tho building.
At u stated hour this morning tho
Jupaliesu scbool'lrhlldreu, jiumbnilng
nbout onn thousand, piled at,, tho
cnupiilatn to iy their rospocts tn
Consul-Oncral Ujetio and i:ieo
" (Continued , on Page 0 r .
TRYING TO GET
A &L A 0 &&
Tbo above figures lire corroct up to
October 13 last. Probably during tho
time, McCandlcss has added a few
"ro kuleanas ,to Ills cndlt-or dis
Vet McCandleBH Is the man posing
ns tlio savjor of tbo Hawaiians, prom
8inK n!in higher wages If ho Is elect
cd, promlulng them projpcrlty, prom-
Islng tlfcm nnythlnsc that ha thinks
iv ill catch a vote.
If Uio records Bhowed, Instead of
baro figures, the ruth, behind tho fig
ures, McCuiidlcfat) would not catch
If the devious trail of twenty-four
years could bo followed In ull its
windings, It might reveal many deals'
that ate not on tho public records.
Can catering notes und catching
votos be successfully combined Ask
Doss McCundloss utter November 8.
, (Aiumclatril Prms' Onbl.)
WASttlfcll'ION. B. 0., Nov. 3.
Daniel 'JjVKccfo, Conimlsslonor-(lon-
leiul ot immigration, win bo in lt-
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Mk r '-
t VI t -$. !J-gf
HB& ""- fvlIaGC
EVAjw- "" t-2? rygd! X --y
i" s xrtr." ' st-? --
i -JL&ZJufte&ilM2& . X
Jim h- &9SMff
A TP Jtl3SSi ' t-i3
jlitlre. uolnliiiln a I
j uoljiliiiln a few weeks nu an Jmpott-
i insi;tfllultlvllL11 ini-iuiii'a
'V1 t il vm uui vo, iv in uiiiici
r... .... ..m .. I, I. .....IH
Ip's will wLa T stood, iw well ns that, of , yrll
K, Hotel, (utj try ' Hnwnll, Commissioner Kpnt
al Yasliiro's ' lnaii(uratlng u number of reforms
I In the Immigration service ami
wishes to get In i-Iomi tourh with
tho work now going on,
nv a DCIni MTIDM
lAnKoclatt-d Pri-M Pabl.l
Ti:OIICIOAl.PA. Honduras. Nov
3 Martial ,lavv has Ihhiii dmlaicd
n 'iioliduras'ns a vesult of a gn-
,,,.. rMf,i',011 iipier,il Vnllnilarls
t, liii0,"p,i n commnnilor of (lie
ni;y, - Tho guubvat,, I'llnccton is
tiulslilg in lonuuia ,wateis, pfo-
AWAfe FROM HIS
jr.fr JrK' S.l
' . "V : Mr-
imJ v&f rvffi
WWW- - -
J dvi'ir iJLrr JWS
A WORD ABOUT TAXES
Link McCandless, candidate on the Dcmosratic ticket for ,",, ' ' ,,olwwir "f''""
Delegate to Congress, is delinquent in his taxes to the extent Cli'L."''"! X.nSr .rter"
of $549.15, according to the figures of Henry Colib Adams, mab.ei-crnerai Aieshiro and rCPie
Deputy Assesspr of Koolaupoko McCandlcss has been try- ""' t ll" t-tt ':"".
ing to make political capita, by charging Republican candi- V ulXZ&
dates with tax delinquency. Here is what his1 own record is. ,., m i,,kiiiC over the umi ami
according to the Deputy Assessor's figures on the first of this
L McCandlcss, successor to Polani.
Real property, including penalties:
L. L. McCandlcss, (Waikanc Larjd) ,
Real property, including penalties.
IU05 ,-., I3J.25
1110(1 '.?S...,...' '.' 178.85
Rev. Stephen Desha,
Icby certify that this is copied from the Koolauloa as
(Dated) . Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1910.
IT'S A LIE, SAYS
BOSS ON SOAP-BOX
Boss McCandless, in a speech en
thn nnn.hnv mnilA a llm Tt n 1 T r.
tin is noinir to nress declares that
" " R "V?. f I T .m
the .Matement that he has unpaid'
taxes standing against liil property ,
js a lie. "I'll bet five thousand dol-
lars this decsn't. show on any books
wtw(u-wwu'wv i in" w
in the county," declares the boss.
HENRY COBB ADAMS,
Deputy Assessor Koolaupoko.
CHANGES MADE IN
a..i,.,.-i r..,.. ,
v,wl. ...... ..... .. I..1...
I lAIAUU,,, I.1IH iOV i IUIII1
, H(vntai, of State foi India,
U4 hceil niiiilo nicttldeiit of thn Ijjh
, -...- --
,0 c,l Couiit.ll. vlco tho Karl of
UeaiKhalnn.'ivho Is made' First Com-
m,,0I,r ,,, WorkHj , nlnru of
i.ovMs llanmrt. i:arl Crowe Is Sec,
rotary of State for India, replacing'
Mortar. Hariourt Is Socrctarv of
State tor1 thu Colonics, 1 enlacing
ass . v. mu
Given For Park
'Ex - Governor
Friends His Wishes To Pre!
serve Beauties Intact , m
That inclriictlons for inahliig ex i
Gocrnor Clrgliorn's homo. Ainahau,
1.., .. . ,.,!-. .. .( . l.n I.Ma.Afli lt
all Honolulu aro rint.ilnod In bis
will and are tn bo nude public when1
that doetuuent Is opened, Is Hie re-l
I fcvcral times diirllig tho past few,
imnltiH the ex Coveruor told his In
tlmitc fi tends of bis purptrc to lit n
over the bo.iutirul grouinN to tho (
puhll allPr bin death, and lie tpoko,
of rcM-tnl plaur li) which Ibis mlr.lit
le acontplltbcd ., , i
It was his dc?lio that Hip licautl-
fill cttate, which has been njnliiJicld niJt)icuAHelluiu.culnlrul-Ua4
bjrrtC'hv'nulrrujIs o ict'lclr-uls
Hnu visitors, Elton a noi n cui, un
Into rmallcr In' when lio wus no
longrr Its mttcr, and Iq tlUii end
Up detcrmliind 16 clvo It Intact as n
public trust to tho Rovcrmilent to
bo tnkrn care of In tlio way ho has
card for It during 'his nnny jcars'
rrsldcnco ukiii It. t
GENERAL BLISS CONSIDERS
LEILEHUA FINE LOCATION
I'ollovvlng tlo confercnio that was
making (nmpariron of the tw sites
Tor Mi JicMnuncntf army .port,' to
tost $2.1100,001. , " '
It was rcHirted this myriiliiK in n
tho negotiations that vvcro formatlv
begun ji'storduy with tho rrprcsen
Itntlves nf the Dowsctt Kstuto prom
. Iso to result Mittstactorlly and that
I no obstacles aro expected, to bo cn
I 'vuntered In tbo acquirement by tho
1 Kei'l ral ngvernmeiit Vif thn neces
sary 3000 uucs of tho Dowsctt Ks
I lain, mmiio adjoining und rome In
J eluded within tho present rctcrva-
. lion lines of l.ellehua.
II Is also Btated tint the succors
fill (iiitoomo ot tho nrst daj's nego
I nations will havo a hearing unu
the KolCLtton ot the slto for tho new
periuincnt port liutldluge, a piublcni
which Is now to ho determined by
ONE IS LOST INj
Yesterday morning, Juit u day was
breaking two boats containing eight
ll-iwailaus, who had been out flsblm;
nil nlfilit, '! "re ntluniptlng to muko
n l.iH.ll.m ni Vfnlf.ini. Imnnh 1. rn ...tit-
Hlimnih u. ,lMM ,.v., v., vm,.-
"! ')' I'10 heavy surf that was run
ning just outsiiio oi i no reol, iuo
.. .. . .. .,
men wero olt struggling In mo water
hllo tho tWn boats werv washed over
the reof and In a hhnrt lime wer plied
"H on tbo shore,
All of tho occupants of the two bonis
except 0110' .succeeded In reaching
I nhoroBafely b'ut'only aKcr.a.t terrible,,
Cleghorn ., Tdfi
Not ccn bis most intlmatfljj
friends know in detail the pt.mfqtj
.1 lv....ll I .( ... .I.n lnmM ...! AlllMh
biillillngs, whether they mo tobfV
und as a niucuni or not. 1 ' v
It Is understood from the conver- ,
L.ittius ho lir; 1'icld wljtl frltindi
that tho late (iomnor h left thu
rc-arrlnK out of bis pUns trtlhe trus?
tecs appointed In tho will, merely
outlining In a general way Ilia'
wirlirs in lespeit In thu matter. 3
It lias been dpcldcd that ftiparnld
services ovqr the, remains "of taM
lute cxtliieruor Clcglinrn wlllj.t)'aa
irniit Sunday afternoon. 'iUcv.i
million .auil uuiri.iiiiiK, nun iiiiv.
mint will he made at the 'mauso-.,
liitm, vxherc the other moilrs of .
the family nlrcndy lie at rest. ,.
Tho pall-hearers chosen are Chltf ;
Justke A, S. liar tw el), Judge San
ford II. Dole, T. Clhe I),ivlcB-,e. )'.
" (Continurd on Jure 4) vr
U. S. ARMY P0S1
Becrcturj of War Dickinson
(cticral llllis, their oplnlnii oni, tho,
ncrmanont slto for tho bulldlnga.
und goncral location of tho jpoat,! ,
proper being final. '
(lenrral llllrs has cxnrcwcd hlin-i!
itjlf t tbo effect that with thej'ac-V
qufrcment of tho 3000 RcrftrTroins
the Dowil tt Hstatc, I.ellcliua .will
bo one oi mo linest cavalry poti;
tho army, ho having boon I nip re1 si
with tho adaptability nf tho count
to the needs If a big post, concUiuJi;
Ij Increasing lit slic. oA.'
Tbo necessity for quick w6"?ir In I
tho determination of tho Incatloot'J
the post buildings nt IllehiiJbJ'5
further evidenced by tho Ijifojros.-':
lion tlial a run uilamry regimenr-;
Is to bo stationed there, Hclfoin'elfi
Harrntkn thnn bq'omlng il brlkads
pott. No Inforniatlon has berr tb
reived as l tho reglmentthnt "Hl(
foino, imL nit nppreiionston is ow
leu inai negro iroops will uo p"u.
Colonel Macomb, who hecomts a
brigadier ccnoral shortly, will , sr-.
rlvp In January to romjnatiA the nnvr
army district of Hawaii . , ,
Rlrugglo with tho heuvy rollrj. Ir
lllilll win, vfii.i iiiiiwntii nils 114. ja- ij
mil wb't was nb'iiii 41 jnirs of aseaj?
lie Ins n siuiill kulc-imi In.that'dlv
lrlc and leaves 'a family of seven ,'
children, tho eldest- ot which, a sou,, Ji
was in mo no.it wiin. ins i,tnef jvn;it j
niadn heroic efforts to biive tbcinulfcM-i
llllmti. nipn. " i
All ilnv ontr.r,ltiv A "nmtnln dftijltia M
soarclied In thn v'cnlly of tbq nccldentVl
or tho Irvdr hut without avail Th9.iS
water nt tlint pliro Is ver; clear anil
nil, objects m tbo bottom aro clearly
mAM I. tat llin txi.ltr . n i tlt tiMttiiV
ft--l tMIV vliv ifVFii n its iivi iwMuts, f S'ill
Tmluv u m tn 1i- f nf lutnla urn UPi3tI
wt J MUIKWVI iri .w.m ....- i- rs
IijB up tho nuarch with a hojKj or KCt-
line tho bot.y of (ho drowned nan
SAN' rnAKCISCO, Nov. 3. noctB:Jl
nnalvls, Js.: pajlty, 3,Sf, rrc3S
S3 nnnbl, Js.: parllr, a,
lntia nuntnttnn fts 11 1S1.