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Just at this timo, following tho endorsement of Governor Frear by President
Taft nud Secretary of tho Interior Fisher, assertions havo been made
by the Delegate, according to report, and openly by his closest friends, that
Kuhio would coutinuo his fight against tho Governor in congress and would
attempt to hao tho senate refuse to confirm tho reappointment. Tho Delegate
is before tho peoplo becking a reelection and such being tho case tbo peoplo
have every right to know exactly where lie stands on this important question.
It has been n Bubjoet for legitimate enquiry.
Thousands of voters aro interested in this governorship fight of Kuhio
and they feel that thoy have a right to know how tho man thoy nro called
opon to vote for or against may stand.
The Delegate to Congress has repeatedly refused to answer tho direct
"Will you coutinuo tho fight against Governor Frcar and try to block
confirmation of his reappointment in caso you arc, reelected to congress!
Ho asserts that ho will not bo bluffed by Tho Advertiser into answering
such a question, hut it is not Tho Advcrtisor alone which has been seeking
this legitimnto information, it has been tho thousands of Republican voters
of this Territory who havo desired to know how Kuhio will net toward tho
man President Taft has announced ho will reappoint.
They .are certainly entitled to know tho truth, but it is too lato now
for Kuhio to answer. Any statement ho muy make today can not bo sent
out to tho voters. If he should speak at this lato hour it will bo proof that
be does not want his words to reach tho outsido districts beforo the polls open.
It, is ono of the principles recognized in tho United States that any candidate
who appeals to tho peoplo for election to a public office in which ho
is supposed to represent them directly should bo outspoken as to his stand
upon questions affecting tho peoplo of his district, Stato or Territory, or their
government. On tho mainland any candidate who sought to dodgo a direct
question propounded to hira In behalf of tho peoplo interested in his election
would bo quickly brought up -with a short turn nt tho polls,
"Tho people be damned." policy has become so moldy tlcso progressive
days that even the most egotistical candidate Bhudders nt any approach to
voicing such u Bcntiment. Yet how is it in this fair Territory! Hero tho
public has becu told that it Is none of its business what Kuhio may do in an
important public mutter.
IlAVAtlAV 0AKBTTI3, III MJY, . I9I2. I WICltKLY.
KUIUO DAUE NOT ANSWER.
At a Hopubllcnn meeting In Knllhl on Thursday evening, II. W. Shlnglo,
close personal friend and advisor Of Delegate Kuhio, told tlio Hawaiian
Hint thoy should support Kuhio bocnuno ho was fighting Governor Frcnr
and tho business interests of Hawaii,
Mr. Shingle, In n signed statement yesterday, says that Tho Advertiser
"twisted" his words and thnt ho did not any what this paper reported. During
tho height of n political campaign, and especially In a campaign such as
tho present one, when tho Itcpublicnn organization hns gono to pieces nnd there
i every Indication of n Democratic landslide, wo suppose thnt Mr. Shlnglo
feels justified In signing n statement such as ho has given out, but thnt docs
not altor tho fact that ho did say exactly what Tho Advertiser reported and
that did appeal to tho llnwntians to voto for tho Dclcgnto because tho
Delegate was, nnd 1b, fighting Frcar and the interests.
Wo aro not surprised nt Mr. Shingle's words, because ho is simply using
tho lino of talk that Kuhio himself has been using from one end of tho Tor-1
ritory to tho other. Kuhio has been mid is fighting tho Governor nnd tho
intcrosts and intends to hecp on fighting them nnd that is the very reason
why wo belicvo that Kuhio should bo defeated on Tuesday.
For tho benefit of thoso who do not see what la published in tho nfternoon
paper, wo hero republish Mr. Shingle's statement. Ho wroto:
Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin: Tho Advertiser has misrepresented
and misquoted tho Delegnto until it has conic to such a point thnt
tho pnper is not even fair in its news columns. In my speech nt
Kalilli last evening, I was appealing to tho Hawaiian vomers who wcro
afraid of Prear and who thought that tho big iutorcsts would control
tho bcnato If Kenton and Dow sett were elected, to tuko Kuhio 's word
for It that their best interests lie in voting for the Ilepublican ticket.
Tho Advertiser twisted my meaning.
As a matter of fact his various statements made during his speeches
of tho past week fully explain his position relative to Goornor Frcar,
and can bo misunderstood only by thoso who nro pronounced enemies
of tho Prince, nnd tho Hawaiians.
Kuhio does not intend to bo bull-dozed into making n signed statement
of his position by Tho Advertiser nnd I don't blnme him.
My advico to tho Delegato will bo that ho do not oppose the confirmation
of Governor Frcar if ho is reappointed.
(Signed) KOUHBT AV. SHINGLE.
Fassing over Mr. Shlnglo 'a references to the misquoting of Tho Advertiser
because a man win) denies iu the morning what a hundred heard him say
the night beforo is no authority on tho correctness of any question wo desiro
to tako up tho J very significant statement that "Kuhio docs not intend to bo
bull dozed into making a signed statement of his position by Tho Advertiser
and I don't blnme him."
Tho Advertiser, first through a representative and then through its columns,
las aBked Kuhio a plain question, requiring only a "Yes" or n "No" to
answer it. Wo havo asked him whether he docs or does not intend to oppose
tho confirmation of tho reappointment of tho Governor when his nnmo is sent
to tho senate by tho Frcsidentf Wo feel satisfied thnt he docs intend to do
that very thing, thus doing what tho nvcrngo thinking voter of Hawaii does
not want, hut we want to put him on record, ono way or tho other.
Tho question is a plain one; it is n fair one; it is a question that Kuhio!
hould not hesitate to answer if he intends to do tho fair thing by tho peoplo
of Hawaii, tho peoplo ho is now asking to reelect him. It is something in
which tho people of Hnwaii nro vitally interested. It is a question to which
the voters should insist upon a plain answer, and an answer given now.
Kuhio is dodging tho Issue nnd tho reason lie is afraid to say cither "Yes"
or "fro" Is because 'ho has bedn telling one thing to ono class of voters nnd)
hie cnmpnlgn workers nnd have been tolling another thing to
another class of voters. Kuhio has been telling tho Ilnwailans that he intends
to carry on the fight ho has started against Frcar and tho business interests
nnd to keep up tho fight for tho next two years. His backers havo been telling
tho business men of Honolulu thnt Kuhio is going to bo n good little boy
hereafter and is not going to opposo tho reappointment of tho Governor nnd
tho carrying on of tho legitimnto business of tho administration
Ho can not answer the question. That is why ho is dodging nnd why
Mr. Shinglf; "Viho was speaking for him, has to deny for tho benefit of tho
white voters of the Territory what ho said on Thursday at the luau tablo for
tho benefit of the Hawaiians,
Kuhio is relying on the fact that ho never yet lias had to answer a qucs
tion fairly nnd squaroly to let him coutinuo to dodgo this question. If wo
know tho voters of Honolulu, his dodging" nnd his quibblings will not save
iim from a substantial defeat, on Oahu at least.
If tho voters of Hawaii reelect Kuhio they will havo no cause to object to
whatocr further muckraking ho may do at Washington to tho detriment of
Hawaii nnd its leading industry.
Kuhio is slipping off for Maui today, if reports on tho street last night
bo correct, and will nofbo back in Honolulu until Monday, too lato then to
answer the question so ninny wish to bo informed on. IF HE IS NOT AFRAID
TO ANSWER HE WILL NOT LEAVE OAHU WITHOUT MAKING A STATE-
lint the ee grwit )iiI1ob ttf ItiiofMl to th utiren ol of tho Terrl
lory of lUwnll U rvMtttd In tike Uml of Urn federal grt'rrimienl retarding
Mir nnlonomy an a Territory. f'nl', personal peevlshheiii on tho pnrt of
i In- Delegate to t'ongr ARnlnti tne lottnor of tlin Territory, ah shown
iy continued nttaeas on tho Chief Ksillr of tho Tctrltory anil the business
Interests It bound tn tenill In trouble nt Washington, with the final mult
Hint Urn porfrif thnt be there Me Apt to wipe out tho otitlro hiftlnc anil My:
"Wo will run theao Island from Washington nnd stop this bickering."
DErOKE TUB BATTLE.
When nn elected nfnolnl "makes good" and ilomonstrnien his honesty nnd
his ability during his term, ho should bo reelected nnd kept tn office just ns
long ns ho continuos to mako good. Unless this bo tho rulo and recognized as
tho rulo, tho greatest inccntivo for faithful work nnd honest servico is removed.
When a man Jins Remonstrated his honesty In tho midst of tho temptations thnt
conio to ,th(i sheriff of Honolulu, ns Jarrctt has dono for four years, thcro should
bo no question In tho minds of sensible peoplo nbout supporting him, not only
at the polls nt olection time, tut during his term. Tho Honolulu police depart
ment hns bcon elenn; not a fair doubt has oven arisen regarding cither Jarrctt
or his deputy, Charley Hose. Tho sumo good reasons exist why they should
havo the support of overyono who npprccintcs honesty in public servico ns City
Clerk Knlauoknlnni nnd Auditor Ilickncll should hnvo It. Wo havo nothing to
say against Captain Parker, but ho should not bo elected to tako tho placo of a
proven official just for the sako of a change. Wo expect to sco tho majorities
for Jarrctt and, Roso tho two biggest majorities registered today.
Attention is cnllcd to Colonel McCarthy's forecast of today's voto in tho
mayoralty contest. He estimates that Mayor Fern will bo reelected over Colonel
I'nrkcr by n mnjorlty of three hundred, whllo eight hundred votes will be
thrown nwny on Hustaco. That is, Hustaco will bo up to his chin in tho soup
but will havo tho satisfaction of dragging Parker a llttlo way in with him
lamenting I'nrkcr from having u majority of from thrco to fivo hundred.
Colonel McCarthy believes with Tho Advertiser that n voto for Hustaco is n
voto for Fern, but ho figures on a good many more wnsting their votes that)
way than wo do. Tho Hustaco sympathizers iro tho fourth aro not going to lot
thoir sympathy run nwny with their good sense. They arc going to koop on
sympathizing with Hustaco, but thoy aro going to voto for Parker nnd thereby
You nro all invited to visit Tho Advertiser ofiieo tonight to sec tho olection
returns, which will bo shown by stercopticon on King street. Arrangements
havo been made to give quick nnd nccurato servico. Tho mainland returns will
conio by Fcdoral Wireless and by direct wire to Tho Advertiser; tho returns from
other islands will conio by Knhuku wireless; tho procinct returns from Oahu
will como over a special wire by telephone. Tho ovents of tho evening, ns they
will bo illustrated by cartoons and portraits, tveryono is invited;
is welcomo, and, however tho olections may go, overyono will bo satisfied
with tho way tho Jesuits of tho polls aro to bo displayed. Tho first news from
tho mainland may bo expected About teven o'clock.
Those who havo no desiro to havo tha character of Hawaii and its peoplo
further blackened by tho Delegate to Congress; those who beliovo tho sugar
industry should bo helped by legislation nt Washington and not harmed; those
who aro tired of having tho politics and business of the Islands made a football
of by the Dolegato in his personal quarrels; thoso who favor a SQUARE DEAL
for Governor Frcar nnd beliovo that tho impartial and thorough investigation
mado by Secretary Fisher should onco nnd forever settle tho socnlled Kuhio'
Frcnr controversy, will voto for L. L. McCandless today for Delegato to Congress.
They will vote against Kuhio, who plans to keep up for the next two
jenrs the fuss and racket of the past twclvo mouths.
Thoso who aro interested in tho futuro progress of Honolulu; thoso who
desiro to see n broad foundation laid for tho great things to como within the
noxt five years; thoso who wnnt to seo tho nock of incompotonce broken nnd
tho way cleared for efficiency in municipal administration, will vote today 'for
Col. Sam Parker for mayor. A voto for Fern, cither directly or indirectly, is a
oto ngainBt Honolulu. A voto for Hustaco is a voto for Fern. Elect Parkor
ns mayor and give tho city n chanco. T.ho voters run no risk in electing Parker.
Fern has had four years' trial and has dono nothing for Honolulu excopt sign
tho payroll. Parker can do no less, and we know ho will do a great deal more.
Kaleiopu, tho Hawaiian representative on tho Ilepublican ticket for senator,
deserves election. None will say that tho Hawaiian electors of Oahu aro not
entitled to one representative in the senate, and while wo beliovo that tho selec
tion of Kaleiopu by tho Hawaiians was a mistake and that there were better
candidates boforo tho Republican convention, yet the Hawaiians did choose
Knlciopu, and having done so their chblco deserves consideration. Fourth district
voters will bo making n mistake if thoy scratch Kaleiopu.
PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE1 THE ADVERTISER OFFICE FOR 'NEWS
OF THE ELECTION TONIGHT. WE CANNOT FURNISH INFORMATION.
WE MUST HAVE THE LINE CLEAR FOR THE REOEDPT OF THE RETURNS
TO BE SHOWN ON THE KING STREET SCREEN.
Look out for tho "last minute" report. It will probably bo n lie. Everything
lias been enid that need be. Xu Itnow what tho situation is. Now go
out and vote.
This is tho day tho Straight Ticket gets it ia tho neck.
Byron 0. Clark will got some votes: so will Ryan.
Georgo Smithies deserves support.
ATTACKED BY KUHIO
Making liin usual nttack on Governor
Frcar 's administration and Tho Adver
tisor Delegato Kuhio wound up his
specchmakini; campaign last night iu
Ho is not biggor than tho electorate yot, nor can ho afford to ignore alio oxecutivo grounds, wliere tlio no
4h .t. .1.n nrn n mnrlt tlmir linlWa nnvt Tnosiln I PllUJlCall party Held ItS llliai TOUy,
. . . ,, , . . . . . ,, ', ... . . . I'llioiisands of men, women and children nr Tromo Rulers
Tho voters of Honolulu nro not going to bo satisfied with any statements ...,, . Tjonnbiiean candidates and. , . .
from his campaign managers of what Kuhio is going to do. They want to
hear from HIM, and it is up to HIM to answor. Ho is prolific enough of words
when it comes to telling tho President of tho United States that tho voters
of Hawaii were bribed to voto for him two years ago, that tho sugar planters
'of Hawnii aro dishonest, tyrannical and untruthful and that thero is no man
in tho Territory good enough to bo Governor, Ho has had plenty to say in
Washington; now let him do a littlo talking in Hawaii.
THE PUBLIC BE DAMNED IS KUHIO 'S STAND,
drizzling rain, tho majority
, Democratic party wero thoso of
tion, just the opposito of thoso of tho
Republican party. Tho platform
ered propositions of reform nnd progress.
Col. Sam Parkor, candidate for mayor,
I was greeted with cheers when ho arose
to speak. Twelve years ago, he said,
lie was the standard urearer ot tnc Ke-publican
party and received a majority
of votes on this Island. Ho asked tho
electorato to givo him tlio snmo majority
today, and he would occupy tho
mayor's chair and do right by nil tho
peoplo, whether Democrats, Republicans
managers who gave oratory music and caInpaicn.
t1 Ilont th Ho believed
mown); lucura uuu. .o,.BiiBr u.c,, ., , ... .. j
o'clcelc. TJiero was ontnusiasm ana ro(ilw A , Tr0. i,v m v i,,i
fire applause and shouts of approval fc
conclusion that ho would
to the appeals, for support of tho Re- , mention his name. He knew
publican ticket, and, in spito or tuo . . . . . , , . ..
inn .. - . - .. .
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crowd remained to the display of i'"",,,ri J l
n.l ..!. , l I J'
As Prince Kuhio was expected tho Hon. Charles A. Cottnll, collector of
latter part of the evening from ,inrt"nnl revenue, delivered tho address
K "o eveninp, and gave somo ho t doc-with
lua, tho specchmnking was strung out,
music sandwiched between, in or ,,mnc ov ojMy to tho party which had
.i- . i.,.i i.. .. i .....si i, o. i accomplished so much since it was born,
Ho arrived at ten o'clock.. ""nK t'1? w,.le.n ho Un'on as
' threatened and which it saved. Fro-
Preceding tho meeting thero was a
torchliuht procession, landed by a band. , q?nt bursts of applause greeted his
On its arrival at tho grounds, R. W,
Shingle, the chairman, opened tho meet'
ho had spnt nearly two
ing by stilting that tho Republican years in Honolulu studying conditions,
party Und tieen twelve years in otlico ana huu mem wucu
nnd in control of the affairs of tho Tor- thought he was doing something else,
ritory, nnd its record in the past was ni "You havo the most prosperous
of the good it will nccompllsh pie hero that I know of," said Mr. Cot-in
tho future, if the pnTty Is kept in itrfll. "1 havo seen on the soapbox
'ner on ninny occasions recently, many
George A. Davis followed by saying Ijeoplo rise and toll us what awful con-
that no man ho loves his country nnd Unions exist here. These people aro
party will scratch tho ticket. He said
tli ere nngnt havo lieen causo tor dis
satisfaction at tlie manner in which tne
Republican tonventlon was held, but it
is too late now, ho argued, to discuss
that part of the question. He launched
into it long Ktateincut of what tho continuation
of prosperity meant to the
community; that tho irou works and
the docks and the other many and
varied interests in tho country' would
be stripped of their employing power if
inese industries wcro curtailed in tneir
development of the resources of tho
Up challenged anyone to call tho
ticket a "sugar ticket," for there wero
but four men upon it out of thirty who
wero really identified with tho "sugar
interests. Ronton and Dowsett were
men of tho sugar industry, ho added,
and thoy wero going to ho elected.
Not Afraid of Frear.
"And they are not afraid Of Trcar,
either," he shouted. "Thev will do
what thoy think is rieht."
A, D, Castro said the policies of tho
domagoguos who rock a boat! and try
to mako you believe thero is a great
storm. However, Hawaii is still the
Paradise of tho Pacific. The
Lean party is bigger than any man in or
out of it. It has nccompllsnca tne
greatest results that have been witnessed
on this footstool of tho Savior, of
liberty and progress and substantial
growth, nnd nil in spite of tho protests
of tne Democratic party.
Taft for President.
"I believe that William Howard Taft
will bo reelected to tho presidency tomorrow.
I have been unable to ses
wliere the business interests have beon
preparing for n chanco Taft haB ac
complished more than any President,
save Lincoln, it you want business de
stroyed in Hawaii then pray for a
Democratic victory tomorrow. Thoy
will then tako tho tariff off your sugar
nnd the laborers on tho plantations will
lose their jobs fifty per cent, will, and
fiftv por cent, of those employed in the
stores will lose their jobs.
"You who nro citizens of this great
!, 'A3. '"M-'--i' hW 4..1
TO CUM SUICIDE BY
111 ANT POISON, OUT WILL LIVE
Taking nnt poison boenusf, aim n For a week Mrs. qulnn ling brcrt ielc
crta, her hiialMml has deoerted her, i!iomiijt regulnrlv to the poiiro station,
.Mrs. J. C Qulnn, wifo of the asking the officers to riM her hutfjaml
tnr of the Auto Livery f'ompntiy nnd Inck to her, a duty which wns ncjt in
former supervisor, yesterday attempted power to pcrfniui
her own life, but was aed by rapid morning Qulnn published n tiftieif to
trentmont at tho hospital to which she tbo effect that ho would not bo rcapon
was brought by tho police. sible for any debts contracted btf his
Mrs, Qnlnn took what sho believed I wife, and tho polico beliovo this ;flnnl
would bo n fatal drink in tho Qnlnn 'notice wrought tho wife, who is "part
stables, in Knknnko near the brewery, 'rhineee, up to a point whero shjjile
A friend discovered her a minute after- elded to tako her own life,
wards nnd summoned the iiolice. Tho I Tho doctors at tho hojiiitul belicvo
ambulance wns rushed down beforo in- that sho took something else besides
vestigntion nnd flftcon valuablo minutes ant-poison, but nro reported confident
saveu in consequence. oi saving ncr lire. J
Hcpublla should sco to it that nothing
takes niaco hero thnt will cause tnls
great body of alien residents in Hawnii
to loso their respect for tho Stnrs nnd
Stripes. You peoplo hero do not know ,
whnt democracy renlly Is. You cannot '
know whnt It renllv menns. Them Is 1
no ticket in politics that did not hnvc I .
in its personnel all elements represented. ' .. . ,
Politics is a ramc of give and take. A CaVS HG bUDDOrtS McCand CSS
ticket mniio up entirely ot wonting men
would bo a.wcnk ticket. A ticket made
up entirely or rich men would be, a
weak ticket. But ono made up of all
classes of men should appeal to you."
(By Federal Wireless Telerraph.)
WASHINGTON, November 4.
cinl to Tho Advertiser) Revolutionary
changes in procedure in equity cases in
United States courts through tho United
Stntes are effected in revised rules
promulgated today by tho Supreme
Court 'ot the United Stntes.
Tho object is to roduco tho cost of
litigation and to eliminate delay.
Among tho new rules is ono which
would prohibit issuo of preliminary injunctions
without notico to tho opposito
party, and also restricting issues of
temporary restraining orders.
ARE DRAFTING PLANS
FOR NAVAL RESERVE
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, November 4.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Under the
plans of Captain C. 0. Marsh, United
States Navy, a. draft of legislation U
being prepared for submission to congress
for tho formation of d national
naval reserve to include all the former
naval pallors who can bo renched and
other murines whoso services would bo
of value in caso of war.
Miss Jocllo G. Scoby and Frank
Clechorn will bo mnrried nt three-thirty i
aFiaL. Wndnnerlnv nftnmnon of this 1
FEflW DENOUNCES AS
LIE HE WAS BOUGHT
Because He is Good
Andrew vox spoke in Hawaiian, "it's a lie." said Mayor Joscnh Porn
t -...-'..J. . .
loweu uy air. oningie. wno reau. a wire- on mo soapuox, yestomay noon, when
AAn from H. L. TlnlHiAtn from TlAntn it llrt rl rtfl 1 A.I tbo IIrtk...K1.I.HM J 4 . A-
saying that West Hawaii was stronger
thnn ever lor ivuluo. .
Pnnco Kuhio entered at this time nnd
pnoke. commencing ns usual by telling
of "my fight against the
nnd tho Governor," nnd continued
his lino of nttack on The Advertiser.
Among other speakers were Georgo
Renton. A. S. Kaleiopu, W. T. Raw
lins nnd many other of the long list
of candidates the majority of whom
were npon tho stand.
OBJECTS TO PHOTO
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
PRINCETON, New Jersey,
4. (Special to The Advertiser)
Governor Woodrow Wilson forgot his
lacerated scalp today, and continued
with his correspondence as usual. Ho
said ho was not bothered by tho injury
received early yesterday morning,
when ho was knocked against the roof
of the closed motor car in which ho
A few photographers today sought a
picture of the Governor with tbo narrow
strips of plaster across his partly
"No, no; certainly, not," was tho
Governor's answer, and nobody got the
that he had been "bought" for $500
fey McCandless to campaign on Maui for
tlio Democratic candidate for Delegato
"Tho Republicans p'rinted nnd sont
out n circular on Sunday alleging that
I had received $500 for boosting
That is a lie, and wfas probably
written by John Wise. 'It looks
like his work.
"I am a Democrat and soils
Why abouldnoti I work for
Democrats nnd the success of my party.
This is a lie from start to finish and
I challenge any one to prove such a
1 wonder, then, whether Kuhio
'bought' Bob Shinglo yhon tho latter
went to Hawaii with tho Princct Thero
is just as much sense in that as to say
that McCandless 'bought' me.
"I will be tho next mayor of Honolulu.
Col. Sam Parker who calls mo
his nephew is afraid of me now. He
calls mo his nephew and says he is mv
uncle. That is true, but it's tho first
timo in twenty years that I heard Col.
Parker say that. Just now -it's politics
and ho claims relationship with mo.
"Tho Republicans aro again carrying
cm their booze campaign. On Sunday
when I left my homo to go nround the
island the Republicans wcro gathorcd
near my place, and when I came homo
that night they wore drunk and carous
ing. It was Republican booze which
It was also stated afound tho soapbox
that the Republicans sent out much
liquor to various precincts on Saturday
night, intended for Sunday political
luaus, but most of it was drunk on Saturday
night nnd early Sunday morning,
with tho result that tho meetings
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MAY DECIDE SI
UPON BIG BUILDING
But for tho abscaco of E. Faxon
Bishop from the city1 the Bishop Estate
would probably have decided on or
about November 2 to call for competitive
bids for a seven-story fireproof
building to be erected on tho Bishop
Estate propeity at King and Bishep
'streets. Mr. Bishop will return in about
ton days at which time it is expected
te trustees will have a quorum when
thr building proposition will be decided.
Mr. Damon, ono of tho tr.isUvf, who has
been absent on the maial.iud, has refuted.
Plans are in tho mnkiuj'for a
block, 110 by 100 fct, to iveupy
tho lower portion of tho block,
Q.i King aud Bishop ftrtcts. Tentn
i.vt plans for such a bull ling contemplate
a structure in the form of a U in
order that all offices In the building will
have direct light. It is possible the
building will bo of reinforced concrete
and of a style of urchitocrura wnich will
rival tho splendid lines .; tnc Alexander
Young building opposite.
E. O. Hall & Sons, who now oicupy
the corner at Fort and Kuig streets, aro
for a now stoic Bite unit their
proposition for ground flour spare hns
been laid before the Bishop Estate trustees.
The Mahukn site mit'.er haB compelled
tho firm to look elsiivlinc for n
home and tho Bishop lot and location
aro favorably regarded by the firm.
The building committee, oi the
Club hns had tho plan
before it and should tho building b?
erected it is possible the jilU m.iy take
tho two uniicr floors, which will bo ar
ranged to meet its requirements.
week at tho homo of Mrs. C. G. Bockus I Tho second whist gamo in the OUvo
at Wnikiki. Canon Ault will read tho Branch Robekah Lodge tournament will
wedding service, and only a few ut neid Tnursdny evening, November
mato friends ot the young couplo will " are invited to bring their
be present. -. frienaB .
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