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McCandless Principal Speaker
At Opening of Local
In tlio t.rcacuco of about tlirco thou
8.1ml people, usscmblcd In Aula l'ark
last Saturday night, Milk McCandless
nml lils lieutenants opened tlio Demo
cratic campaign. McCumllcss was thu
principal .speaker and Kanllio, tliu
"Cumuli flail uf Kuliulu" spoku to tlio
tttidlcnco lot about two hours, before
tho cioud faded uwn to letuin to
M C I'aclicco, tlio supervisorial
candidate addressed tlic audlcnco In
Lngllsh. His speech wag antagonis
tic, to thu planters and to tlio prosper
ity or Hawaii nel, gcneially. Ho ut
tacked tho Immigration policy, us be
ing dctrlhicnttil to the workmen, who
are alrcad) In the countr). I'uclieco's
cue was evidently taken from Mc
Camlless, .McCundless' speech nan delivered
In Hawaiian It Is ho peculiar In Its
inlsieprescntntlon, mid go typical of
tho kind of campaign the Demociatlc
Iloss la making all over thu Territory,
that It In published below by tlio I) u I
let In practically In full.
Among tlio utterly absurd things
that McCamlless charged was that the
death rate among llawallans has been
duo to lack of food because they could
not get tniplojmcnt, that tho plaiilerH
bioiight the Italians here to keep
Huwullun labjrors out of work, nml
he follOncd(tlili by appealing for
his own election so that he could put
nn end to these conditions. Ho ulso
made u bitter attack on the "mission
During Ills address, McCandless was
sudden!) assailed h) uno of the audi
rnce, who nindo McCundless admit
that tlio Doss had voted for Itnmlgru
tlou himself In u previous election.
"lilles and gentlemen, fellow cltl
Uvcry two eais, wo are obliged
to vote for Senators ami Iteprescnlii
Uvea to administer our governmental
nffnlrs. Wc nro working for our liv
ing, which Is our duty.
"The Itcpiibllcnn and the Demon u-
tic pal ties aro likewise fighting for
our living It Is up to )ou, gentlemen.
to vo'c for tho paity that )ou think
will hcilont ybu most. In 1908. the
Republican party formulated n land
law, which Is not bcneflclul to the
people. They told ou nt that tlmo
that If they were elected they would
do what's right for jou all; but, much
to our uurprlto they did not fulfil
'Their land laws aro not good for
J mi. the people." shouted Link again,
"I would now nsk jou to be watchful
or else jou'll bo misled by them if
they try to mislead jou, watch, be
fore ou do uii) thing at nil Wm
Jenulngs Ilrjnn, In his speech, said
that If a man makes a promise to a
voter, with a view of getting his vote,
ami falls lo fill til I It, then ho Is guilty
of the 'embezzlement of chic rights,'
"Wo are not lioro to tell jou thut
If o'ected, on tho election day, then
wo would trcut you lightly and equit
ably. Wo f want to do what's right.
us much as wo can.
At to Immigration.
"Tho Hepiibltcan party wants to
perpetuate tlio Immigration prowl
lion, while tho Democrats nro opposed
to It, Tho Republicans want the door
open on Immigration, while tho Demo
crats uro opposed to It.
"You, each and every ono of jou
mo Responsible for jour action on
November 8, tho election day," ho
proceeded "If jou want some more
Immlgiants biought to this coiuitry
then vote for tho Republican party;
but If ou want to oppose tho mea
suro then vote for tho Democrats, who
aro prepared to curry on tho tenor
of llieli plutfoim
"The liiiKirtatlon of moro Immi
grants to Hawaii lie) Is n detriment
lo tho peoplo here, generally. If you
want to support tho Republican part,
that Is jour pihllego; but If ou
think tho Dcmoviatlc paity Is tho par
ty of the people, then It Is jour duty
to support It Whatever on do, jou
aic lesponslblo for jour action
"In order to show jou that theroJ
.no i-umiKU omnia in mu viiuiiuj in
do tho plantation wink," said l.tnk.
"about 1000 workmen turned out to
woik during tho icccut strike at Will
"In tho second week, two thousand
people weio ready to go to woik In
the plantations. Some of them slept on
tho cars in tho fatly hours of the
morning, In the hopo-of getting some
thing to do the following day. What
did the planters do with thoso peo
ple? Why did they not tuko them
nil, beeauso tlieio wcru moio moil
available to do their work, than they
ever thought of."
"The Imnilgiallon matter Ik ono of
the most Important Issues of tho pre
sent " continued tho speaker
"In IDfltt, tlio IlnwallaiiB were get
ting about (2 SO a ilnj each Hut
sline the Importation of the Russians,
tho wages luivo been i educed 1o $1 50
u day Tho Republicans have brought
the Russians hern mi ns to give them
employment, to fill mir places. That
Is pincllonllv whnt the republicans
nin lijlng to do ngnln"
Boss Is "Called."
"Saj. Link, did oit not favor
iuimlgratlon too, at that time," asked
a haole Bailor..
'Sure, In 190J, I voted for Imnilgra
lion, thinking nt the time that It was
necessary nnd a good thing foi the
Territory,"' nnsweied Mnk
'Then, whnt do jou want to come
here now nnd tell a different storj
then?'' came back another man In the
"Well," said Link, "the Illblo sujs
that n wlso man changes his mind,"
and this was all the answu ho would
"In 1008, I opposed tho Immigration
I would now leave the m.i'ler to Jou
to vote on November 8 ns jou see fit
"The newspapers ifie charging me
with having sold m shares In certain
plantations," continued Link, ns he
changed his subject to talk on sugar
business. "This Is not correct I still
have my shares In the plantations. In
Walalua plantation I have 350 shares
yet, I luivo also a few shares In Wnl
atiae, Kwn and certain plantations In
Kauai. 1 have no feathers In my nos
trlls, that could be pulled here and
there according to the wants of the
"During the plebiscite period," con
tinned tho speaker, "(he Republicans
said that the Hnwulliuis weio djlng
from drinking lliiuor This Is not so
The truth Is thnt the llawallans died
because they did not have enough
work, from which they could get food
for their support. Theie were no
employments along tho waterfront
then, to to speak. If jou havo no pol
In jour iimckcs (calabash), jou will
certain starve to death If jou have
work, them jou can ho reissurcd that
jou will bo plcntlfullj supplied with
'kaukuii' Your children will have
plcntj to cut, ami jour family will
not luivo occasion to worrj-. In thin
way, there will bo no trouble at all
"Aren't jou pnjlng jour'maii $1.50
u day to do jour work?" asked a man
In tho crowd.
McCandless paid no attention to the
rcmniks of the Intcrmg ilor, thinking
perhaps It was best for him to eon
tlnue telling all tho good things which
he hits bfen doing for the native Ha
"These Republicans are misleading
jou 1 am not hcic to tell jou lies."
continued Link. ;
"If I lev. Deshn 14 n true Christian,"
said Link, "ho ought to tell the truth,
and nothing but tho truth.
Tlio truth Is that ho Is not tiJUIiiM
the truth ,
"Iii(. Hawaii, Desha Is telling ,niinv
iintrno ,sorcs,r 1 nin, surprl.1'! to
hear him toll, Hie Macallans the mi
true things, which uroiallcgod o have
come from him. Jn ,1,890, I eontrlbut
cd n little tounrds.dofraj'liig tho trans
portntlon eJipeiiMes ortitho. tlien Dele-
gato ofnllawnll, tho Into irtoherti Wil
cox, i Before ho left hero to go to
Congress In Washington, I paid him
homo money to help hlni along. Doca
not this show that I havo nloh&i for
tho llawallans?" ho asked . i
Desha has repeatedly told you the
Hiittiillans that I have lied to them
This Is not so, as evidenced lij tho
way I bnvo treate'd jou In tho past.
Haolrs anH Indians.
"Somo 500 jears ago, the linolos
went to America. Today there are
about 90,000,000 people thcro now
Thoso liuoles In thoso dnjs fought the
Indians; but unfortunately for them
somo of them wero killed by the In
dlans, who fought fur their lights
Today they are Independent, nml main
of them uro well to do."
Hero Link quoted from tho Illblo
agnln, saving that If a man hits an
other on tils cheek, ho should turn flic
other to him This llttlo biblical term
caused laughter In the crowd.
'In 1820, the 111 st missionaries to
this Islands an I veil nt Kallua The'.
were good nml true missionaries. Of
course, I did not know them, except
by history. The) were welcomed and
fed by the llawulluns In tliosj early
dujs. In those dajs jour ancestors
controlled Hawaii nel, and nil the
things on the land," proceeded the
speaker. "Today, how about their
children nnd their children's ehll
dren? 1 did not say before that the
missionaries stole the hinds; but I do
say now that It Is best for us all
to wutch the Issues 'of the day and
vuto on them luiefullj'. If jou want
some more Immigrants to eoine to
this country, then vote for tho Re
publican paitj Hut, If jou want to
piotect ) ourselves from being
Biiueeed by tho Immigrants, then
vote for the Democratic ticket.
-''The Republicans claim today thut
Kulilo obtained for this Territory
about $15,000,000. On tlio bctond
day of August, Thurbtou said that
he got about $2,000,000 for the Hllu
breakwater and for the consti notion
of tho HIJo Rallioad Company. Ku
lilo claims the credit of this appro
priation, nnd Thurston, too, sajs It's
"Who Is tolling the ttntli? It
Kulilo Is telling the truth, then
Thurston Is not. If, on tho other
hand, Thurston Is telling tho truth,
then Kulilo Is uot telling tho truth."
In older to satisfy tho Hngllsh
speaking crowd, Link here mado a
short address In Kngllsh. Tio tenor
of his speech was uhcmt tlio same s
thut In Hawaiian
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