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NOVEMBER 9, 1910
TIio icwaid of. one clutv is tlie nower to fulfill another,
THE ELECTION RESULT.
Overwhelming overthrow of the enemies of European im-
migration is one of the most significant results of the election
returns in this Territory.
Though some of the local offices, are lost to the
j Republicans, the Republican sweep of the Congres
sional and Territorial ticket demonstrates where the pco
I pic stand on the leading issues of the campaign involving the
1 prosperity of the islands as affected by Congressional and
The splendid majority over all given Delegate Kuhio places
this Territory squarely on record as regards the policy of pro
' tcction. No one reading the returns can question the allcg
i iance of the poople of Hawaii to the protective tariff.
The same can be said of the vote on the immigration
1 question as represented by the election of Republicans to the
i Territorial House and Senate. The size of the majority points
impressively to the duty of the next Legislature to continue
' the policy of enlisting Europeans, and Americans as far as
I possible, for the further development of our independent
Hiomcs and our industries.
In the City and County of Honolulu are to be found evi
dences of the continued follies of split ticket voting.
Heavy inroads have been made on positions that the Dcm-
' ocrats felt certain of holding, the most notable victory being
, the success of the Republican candidate for Treasurer, which
breaks from Democratic control one of the offices that was
msed to give greater prestige to the campaign of McCandless
in attacking immigration.
Snlit-ticket voting among people who ought to know bet
ter has resulted in the sacrifice of exceptionally capable men
and hard workers for Republican success, who were candi
dates for the office of Mayor and Sheriff respectively.
Thurston's attack on Cathcart undoubtedly helped to de
feat Cox and carried Cathcart into office by a good majority.
It is a pity that the city has to suffer such a loss in order that
Thurston may practice with his idiotic and ruinous political
pass-times. Thurston's enmity increased the Cathcart ma
jority and caused retaliation on some innocent candidate
fa thought likely to be his friend.
The defeat ot Lane is another evidence of the split ticket
folly, and while Mayor Fern can't do much harm when sur
rounded by Republican Supervisors and other Republican ex
ecutive officers, the fact still remains that a more progres
sive policy for the future of the city would have been pos
sible with a complete Republican control of the city government.
Taken all in all, the contest throughout the Territory as a
j.whole was a splendid victory magnificently won.
'. V HAWAII ANS AND STRAIGHT- TICKET,
Republican Hawaiian-Americans as a whole stood by the
It is no surprise that the immediate friends and support
ers of Lane are therefore bitter and outspoken in their con
demnation of the record of a natural Republican precinct in
the Fourth District, the Thomas Square precinct, where the
defeat of Lane for Mayor was accomplished.
Hawaiian-Americans are not the only ones who are ang
ered at this outrageous treachery, consequently it should not
be considered as a matter between the haole and the Ha
waiian but rather one between honorable men and despicable
"(he Hawaiian-Americans stood by the straight legislative
ticket in both districts with the feeling that their good will
and loyalty would be reciprocated in connection with the
particular men on the city and county ticket who might be
put down as their representatives.
But the treachery ot one precinct, though it was costly, ana
the traitors of one section, though they" are beneath con
tcirjpt, should not be allowed to wreck the good work of the
great majority of Republicans of all classes who stood
shoulder to shoulder in a splendid fight against the traitors 'in
their own camp as well as the more honorable open enemy.
It is clear that the defeat of Lane was brought about
through personal spite, petty childish spite.
The good men of the party cannot afford to turn around
and injure the whole party and thus satisfy the spite work
ers. The thing to do is, to pin the incident in political mem
ory and be ready to wipe out the party traitors whenever
they show their heads in the operations of the organizatoin.
Afoovo "Wilder Avonuo
A HOME FOR SALE
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two find four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal piece of property as
to location and size for a pri
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swimming tank and tennis
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J. K. Kalanianaolc
J. J. Fern
TO YOUR FRIENDS ON THE
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Mottoes and Prints
Mainland returns strengthen the -position of Senator La
Follette as the leader of the Progressive 'Republican movement
of the country. He is more than a Prpsidential'pos'sibility.
All praise for the progressive spirit, that has taken posses
sion of the citizens of Hawaii County, and especial praise for
the young Hawaiian-Americans, who, coopbrating with other
nroaressivo men of the Kona district ended the official career
of Supervisor Kalaiwaa.
Mr. Roosevelt has been noLified that he cannot dictate
tprmc tn fhp Amprinnn npnnln Stirnsnn should have been
elected Governor of New York but the people appear to hvave
become atraid that nooseveit is getting 100 oig icr ins uuuis,
and they had to strike Stimson to hit Roosevelt.
Most everyone will take notice that John W. Cathcart is
re-elected City and County Attorney by a very comfortable
majority. This is the first election in which Mr. Cathcart has
made the contest with but on.e opposing candidate. The re
sult is a pleasing endorsements of Mr. Cathcart's public ser
vices, and also again proves what the people Jhink of L. A.
Thurston and'his associates a!nd following of character as
sassins who have made Mr. Cathcart the special object of
their abuse. '
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Real Estate for Sale
Someone can rsecure a nice home
in KAIMUKI att, a discount of 10
on its actual co it, owing to the fact
that the owner has left the country
and wishes us to make a quick sale.
Cash or instalments. Particulars at
our office. . . i ;.
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We have also s $2000 bargain on
W. P. Jarrett
Charles H. Rose.
Robert W. Shingle
John W. Cathcart
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
M. C. Ainana
Charles N. Arnold
S. C. Dwight
Frank J. Krugcr
Eben P. Low
H. E. Murray
W. H. McClellan
SENATORS FULL TERM
C. F. Chillingworth
A. F. Judd
SENATOR SHORT TERM
A. S. Kaleiopu
J. K. Kamanoulu
E. A. C. Long
A. Q. Marcallino
Frank K. Archer
S. P. Corrca
L. i. .i ijsoe
ATTEMPT TO BLOW
LP fOURTEEN JAPANESE
Dynamite Under Bunk House
OI.YMI'IA. Wash.. O-t IS
charge of diiamlto was exploded last
night under n bunkhouso. at (late,
Thurston count , In whjch fourteen
.tapiucse loggcra woro sleeping but
tlio explosion was unsuccessfully car
ried out and although part of tho
limine wuh demolished, tho dlshis
broken and scleral Japanese thrown
out of bed, no one waft seriously In
jured Tho Japanese were tinploed
bj tho (late City lumber company,
which bad refused to discharge them
nt tho demand of 'whito laborers Tho
sheriff of tho count) and tho Japan
ese consul at Simttlo have been notified.
To linrnmnlrn with tho handsome continues worn
b tlio I iillra thU Fonmni.
SATIN AND VELVET FOOTWEAR IS FASHION'S
LATEST DEMAND. THERE ARE NO RICHER,
DAINTIER OR HIOHER-TONED MATERIALS.
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TUMPS IN NEW
The finest nrlcty of
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1031 TORT STREET i
threshing, but as to tho relations of
the boy with Mrs McQimld, that Is of
course u matter of which I know
"Ho was n juuiig.iiuui, and ou
know what they do hoinotlniis," sahl
the father In it s.ul touo which his
l whole attitude Indicated that ho did
not care to shield hi boy for any of
his wrong dolnrf,-but- was bitter
I jgalnst those who had rcpresnted the
(young man as planning to take t&
I life of anyone.
Tho doctor tells :no that both my
r.rha. tt Vr.lnatr nHver
shot McQuald ays that the revolver j'"" MrQuaM wljl h-l 11 1
. n.h hi. riM ih .hiln:?'' supposo tho wholo matter of
was purchased In IJllo ar.d tho nam- ' relations with tho woman will
ber I registered In that town' The,come ""' ,n "lrt- of lhat Vnow
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To make room for new
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than cost to us, but we need
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We do not break the boxes.
A good opportunity to get
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father bought the weapon
was In the midst of a strike of work
men and had some very vigorous work
to do , j
Tho statement Is also mad that far
from the youth doing tarct-t practire
nt Pearl Harbor, tho box nf eartrMK '
from which tho revolver was loadirt
Is tho samo box that the fattier pur
chased with the weapon som- months
Mr Driver, tho father, also t lis an
Interesting story of tho cliys In Kona
when young Driver and MrQnald were
friends It sarna that (luring tin so
days there was a man In Kona who
wan piyln nttentlon to Mrs MrQuald
that tho hushind did not f.onnldi r
proper MiQualds Iden at that tlrnii
was to notify tho offender that ho
should leavo tho country Mr Drlv r
says that his boy commented on tho
mntt'r nt tho time that tho nffttider
nierlrd more radical ti nlmint, tho
Iddi being that the boy thought M -Quald
ought to put a holo through tho
It would appear from tho father's
talk that young Driver's rel.itloiu with
Mrs Mc()uald began nltir his arrival
In Honolulu to work at I'earl Harbor
Tho father Is very ninth dowm.mt
ior tho terrible affair In his gen
eral convi rs.itlon ho dots not nppour
to defend his son for his actions with
another mans wife I In rifusis to
bollevn that tho young man was prat
tiding with n gun and follow d tho
practise with a view to using a ri
olvir on McQuald
"Volmy tells mo that ho thought
ho was done for after ho filt tlio bul
let hit him If It had not been for a
pigskin lull that bo wore dollettlng
lllii iiuiit.1 I Km-"" nil nuiiiu iititu uvru,
"Votney swears that when ho Hied
tho llrst shot ho shot at McQunld'H
leg and tho naxt shot hu winged him
Volney Is coot huidid and ho says
that from the way tho Idiots cnnip bo
tholicht McQuald had an automatic
gun and wns hiding to take another'
shot at him
"Tho stall mcntH mado In tho Adver
tiser nbout tho actions of tho' boy
and his unpopularity are not tine.
Volney was for u cndetshlp by United
States Senator Mitchell and tho only
icasoh ho fulled was on account of a
"It Is awful bud business I don't
bui why McQuald had to shoot Ho
might liae Blvcn him n mighty goud
Beaten Boss Now Declares
That Intimidation Was
The sweeping victory of tho Repub
licans lanscil a feeling of extreme
miJIfiiKohlln In tho Democratic head
(liiartors In tho VaerI) block and the
disappointment of Boss McCandlesi
gavo rlso to a tcport nt a (oiilem
plated contest of Kuhlo's election.
Tho ground that wns mentioned by
ll0 Democratic camp followora was
I hi) Intlinldallon of otem and other
till) god Illegal methods that tho Demo
crats claim wcro adopted by tho He
publicans at tho polls mid befoio
MrCiiullcss was missing this after
noon and tho lite lloss inuM not b"
located to glo his low on tho re
port of tho contest oi whether ho
planned to mnko such an nttempt
against Kuhlo's selection at Delegate
McCandless Is declaring that holms
been knifed by pooplo who promised
him support and Is ntti Uniting his do-
feat to this claim which ho couples
with tho allegation of Republican lull
A full shipment of Australian coal
amounting to licarlj flu thiuisiud
tons has arrived nt tho port bj the
Hrlllsh stPiunshlp KUmohr Tho w.
sol was 22 das In making tho piss
ago Thp esscl hi ought c.iigo con
Blgnod to tlio Inter-lshuul SI earn Nmi
gallon Conipmy nnd proceeded to
their coallus Vlnnt to discharge
l'olks with tho must dough are not
always tho bent bred
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