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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 25 October 1910

') ""tV VOL. I TEE THE DEMOCRAT The Democrat herewith makes its bow to the public. Its politics and its policy are clearly defined in its name. The reason for its being will be obvious enough to most of the voters. There is in Honolulu no Democratic daily newspaper, except The Democrat. This of itself might not make the publication of a special Democratic paper necessary just at this time if the Republican daily papers Avere animated by any sense of decency and fairness, and were not too cowardly, too venal or too prejudiced to tell the truth about matters Democratic. But even a casual perusal of the three daily Republican papers is enough to inform a total stranger that fair play is something of which they know nothing, or which, if they understand, they choose to disregard. Perhaps the Republican dailies should not be blamed too much for their attitude. They have too long to the special interests to have any independence. They have been fed on sugared water and watered sugar so lo...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 25 October 1910

r" 'I' PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRAT Published at Honolulu, T. H., each day except. Sunday, by H. A. JUEN E. P. IRWIN Editor TUESDAY OCT. 25, 1910 TERRITORIAL TICKET DELEGATE TO CONGKESS: ELELE : L. L. McCANDLESS SENATORS NA SENATOA: J. S. KALAKIELA B. G. RIVENBURGH W. S. EDINGS E. K. HANAPI REPRESENTATIVES 4th DISTRICT : LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA EHAi SOLOMON MEHEULA FRED TURRILL (Wela ka Hao) G. K .KEAWEHAKU E. H. F. WOLTERS F. 0. BENEVEDES REPRESENTATIVES 5th DISTRICT : LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA 5 : GUS KALE OH AN A J. K. LUKA DAVID KUPIHEA EDWARD LIKE J. M. POEPOE-SAM KAOHELE COUNTY TICKET MAYOR MEIA: JOSEPH J. FERN (Keo Pana) SUPERVISORS NA LUNAKIAI : IOELA KIAKAHI W. H. McCLELLAN (Makalena) M. C. PACHECO (Kahuna Nui) ROBERT PAHAU H. H. PLEMER (Palima) LESTER PETRIE (Pikale) M. E. SILVA (Manuela Kiliva) SHERIFF MAKAI NUI: WM. PAUL JARRETT (Haalilio Opio) AUDITOR LUNA HOOIA: J. 0. ANDERSON (Keoni Anekona) CLERK KAKAUOLELO : CHAS. BAKER ATTORNEY LOIO: WADE WARREN THAYER (Kea) TREASURER PUUKU : R. ...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 25 October 1910

-4 i 4- r i REPUBLICANS INADVERTENTLY TELL DAMAGING TRUTHS "What Ave want here is white labor, white, white, WHITE to compete, with Iluwaiinns," declared a Republican orator on the stump at Moiliili last Wednesday evening. "We want white immigrants, do you hear me? white, white, WHITE!" The Republicans are unfortunate enough to have selected as one of their campaign orators a man who, in certain moments of exhilaration, tells the truth and it is the truth that hurts the Republican party. It is the truth that they can't stand, and Judge W. H. Stanley's speech at Moiliili, in which he did the unprecedented thing, for a Republican, of telling the truth, has damaged the Republican cause more than anything the Democrats would have thought of saying. Judge Stanley's speech Avas illuminating as defining exactly what the Republican policy, as dictated by the special interests, really is. The judge appeared on the stand attired in a dress suit, having just come from a banquet, and immediatel...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 25 October 1910

- i s PAGE FOUR THE-DEMOCRAT . . 1 F ,f HBVHV''mVBVE B. G. RIVENBURGH JOSEPH J. FERN W. S. EDINGS For Senator For Mayor For Senator E. H. F. WOLTERS F. COSTA BENEVEDES For Representative, 4th District For Representative 4th District L. L. McCANDLESS Delegate to Congress & "" "?1Bb J. C. ANDERSON EDWARD HANAPI M. C. PACHECO For Auditor For Senatoa For Supervisor DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS Si Tonight, October 25th rntj At Kakaako and at Corner of River. and Vineyard Streets ? AT KAKAAKO B. G. RIVENBURGH JACK S. KALAKIELA IOELA KIAKAHI W. H. McCLELLAN LESTER PETRIE WM. P. JARRETT OHAS. H. ROSE R. H. TRENT W. W. THAYER The Following Candidates will Speak AT RIVER AND VINEYARD STS, W. S. EDINGS EDWARD HANAPI J. J. PERN ROBERT PAHAU M. 0. PAOHECO H. H. PLEMER M. E. SILVA J. 0. ANDERSON OHAS. BAKER ; -. i .j -

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 26 October 1910

THE DEMOCRAT VOL. I HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26, 1910. No. 2. REPUBLICAN ORGAN RESORTS TO DELIBERATE FALSEHOOD The Bulletin of last Monday, in a brave attempt to create a scandal, and failing for the reason that there was not even an iota of truth hack of its vicious statements to lend the yarn the faintest semblance of veracity, came forth with the printed assertion that the Democrats were in "a secret scheme for bold loot," referring to the "crafty conspiracy of sly grafters" and going on to unlimber its dictionary with the sweeping declaration that ''unscrupulous forces plan corruption of Honolulu government that would end in bitter la bor war." Desperation drives even the weakest minds to some form of bold falsehood, and frequently an experienced liar gets so drunk with delirium brought about by cranial vacuity that the lie is not only deliberate but foolish, thereby losing all the dignity of a lie. There is a certain amount of dignity to a lie, if properly told, or if p...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 26 October 1910

PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRAT Published at Honolulu, T. II., cnch day except Sunday, by H. A. JUEN E. P. IRWIN Editor "WEDNESDAY OCT. 2C, 3910 TERRITORIAL TICKET . DELEGATE TO CONGRESS: ELELE: L. L. McGANDLESS (Linekona Eliwai) SENATORS NA SENATOA: J. S. KALAKIELA B. G. RIVENBURGH (Livini) W. S. EDINGS (EMni) E. K. HANAPI REPRESENTATIVES 4th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA EIIA: SOLOMON MEHEUL A FRED TURRILL (Wela ka Hao) G. K. KEAWEHAKU (Gabriel) E. H. F. WOLTERS (Walaka) F. 0. BENEVEDES (Palakiko) E. K. RATHBURN REPRESENTATIVES 5th DISTRICT : LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA 5 : GUS KALEOHANO J. K. LUKA DAVID KUPIHEA EDWARD LIKE J. M. POEPOE SAM KAOHELE COUNTY TICKET MAYOR MEIA: JOSEPH J. FERN (Keo Pana) SUPERVISORS NA LUNAKIAI: IOELA KIAKAHI W. H. McCLELLAN (Makalena) M. 0. PACHECO (Kahuna Nui) ROBERT PAHAU H. H. PLEMER (Palima) LESTER PETRIE (Pikale) M. E. SILVA (Manuela Kiliva) SHERIFF MAKAI NUI: WM. PAUL JARRETT (Haalilio Opio) AUDITOR LUNA IIOOIA: J. 0. ANDERSON (Keoni Anekona) CLERK KAKAUOLELO :...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 26 October 1910

JACK S. KALAKIELA W. H. McOLELLAN WM. P. JARRETT R. H. TRENT I T S3 D3 M 0 0 R A T i'i 1GE THREE BRIBES AND TRICKERY USED BY REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANS WANT TO KEEP WAGES DOWN Another example of the lengths to which l he Hopubliunii parly will go in its desperate attempt to win a losing tight has just hui'ii made public. Jt is another ease of intiinidaiion. another cowardly m tempt at coercion. Charles Kaulukukui, a resident of Kalihi eamp, was at one time a Republican. Hut a year or so ago he became convinced that the Republican parly whs not sincere in ils proleslations of. desire to benefit the people, lie made up his mind that it was the party of spcial interests, ready to sacrifice the welfare of the people as a whole to the selfish desires of the favored few. So he left the Republican party and became a Democrat. When the present campaign came on, Kaulukukui organized a thriving and extremely active Democratic club at Kalihi camp and did splendid work. A short time before, Kauluk...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 26 October 1910

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Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 27 October 1910

THE VOL. I REPUBLICAN ORGAN INSULTS PORTUGUESE If the Democrats thought or ever said, as the Republican press charges, that the Portuguese were jailbirds and the of Europe, would they have two men of that nationality on their ticket? That of itself ought to be a sufficient answer to the lying charges made by the venal morning and afternoon press of Honolulu. The Portuguese know well that they have no better friends than the Democratic party. What have the Republicans ever done for them, except try to hoomalimali them about election time and forget them after the ballots were cast? It's about time for the Portuguese to get a new deal. Nobody has yet noticed the Republican press flying to the relief of the Russians. Why don't they say something about the children of the Czar having been called jailbirds and if they really think that the Democrats or their paper has ever said that about the Portuguese? The answer is obvious: . the Russiansnave' no" votes, so it is no use lying to them ...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 27 October 1910

PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRAT Published at Honolulu, T. H., each' day except Sunday, by H. A. JUEN E. P. IRWIN Editor THURSDAY OCT. 27, 1910 TERRITORIAL TICKET DELEGATE TO CONGRESS: ELELE : L. L. McCANDLESS (Linekona Eliwai) SENATORS NA SENATOA: J. S. KALAKIELA B. G. RIVENBURGH (Livini) W. S. EDINGS (Ekuri) E. K. HANAPI REPRESENTATIVES 4th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA EHA: , SOLOMON MEHEULA FRED TURRILL (Wela ka Hao) G. K. KEAWEHAKU (Gabriel) E. H. P. WOLTERS (Walaka) F. C. BENEVEDES (Palakiko) E. E. RATHBURN REPRESENTATIVES 5th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA 5: GUS KALEOHANO J. E. LUEA DAVID EUPIHEA EDWARD LIKE J. M. POEPOE SAM EAOHELE COUNTY TICKET MAYOR MEIA: JOSEPH J. FERN (Eeo Pana) SUPERVISORS NA LUNAKIAI: IOELA EIAEAHI W. H. McOLELLAN (Makalena) M. C. PACHECO (Eahuna Nui) ROBERT PAHAU H. H. PLEMER (Palima) LESTER PETRIE (Pikale) M. E. SILVA (Manuela Eiliva) SHERIFF MAKAI NUI: WM. PAUL JARRETT (Haalilio Opio) AUDITOR LUNA HOOIA: J. C. ANDERSON (Eeoni Anekona) CLERK KAKAUOLELO : CHAS...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 27 October 1910

EDITORIAL POLICIES The Advertiser is in this present avowedly to support the tieket, whereas it is only supporting certain men on that tieket. It is against Cathcart, but refrains from a repetition of its former libellous statements against him for fear of damnge suits. It is for Kuhio for the reason that Thurston fears tho power of McCandless in "Washington, not because Thurston has any use for Kuhio, for he has not. Thurston has no use for anybody who cannot do just exactly as Thurston wants done. It is a pretty situation all the way through. All three regular English dailies, Advertiser, Star and Bulletin, are alleged to be Republican, and yet each is fighting the other and each is conducting a different campaign, and each is lying in a different manner. The Advertiser lies chiefly from force of habit, For example, where there are four thousand people present at a Democratic meeting the management of the Advertiser will report it as three or four hundred being persent ; and if a ...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 27 October 1910

PAGE FOUR H. H. PLEMER For Supervisor B. 6. RIVENBURGH For Senator F. OOSTA BENEVEDES For Representative, 4th District C. ANDERSON For Auditor J. S. KALAKIELA For Senator THE DEMOCRAT f t W. H. McCLELLAN For Supervisor fU ' ,-Bb JOSEPH J. FERN For Mayor L. L. McOANDLESS Delegate to Congress jB .m EDWARD HANAPI For Senator G. K. KEAWEHAKU For Representative, 4th District I' Er B' 3'B R. H. TRENT For City and County Treasurer LESTER PETRIE For Supervisor hssBbi .:ijqW Bifida E. H. F. WOLTERS For Representative, 4th District plP $111 M. 0. PACHECO For Supervisor BHnHHK RjB3 .L?5B mm wmmmmmmmi mm HIS i'wEE ROBERT PAHAU For Supervisor

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 28 October 1910

I&.. r liAi4,"tVlW"1MfiWfig V"K '-. (T,r.i -.-i T TEE DEMOCRAT VOL. I HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910. No. 4 REPUBLICAN FALSEHOOD REFUTED BY A REPUBLICAN From the Republican camp itself comes -absolute refutation of the false and malicious charges made by the Bulletin in reference to alleged evil conditions in the road department. The afternoon Mistake charges that Republicans have for the past two years been dropped from the road department to make room for Democrats. It says : "The road department began months ago to show outward signs of the rotten endition of things within. Little by little the Republicans were dropped from the department and found themselves supplanted by Democrats or other Republicans who had changed political faith suddenly and without visible reason. This has been going on for two years." In reference to this false statement, C. B. "Wilson, a prominent employee of the department and also a prominent Republican, but a Republican whose sense of f...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 28 October 1910

kJL, .KV ll s.SMfe THEJDEMOORAT &. Published? Honolulu, T. II., caclufiay tsgfi raw except Sunday, by H. A. JUEN E. P. IRWIN Editor FRIDAY OCT. 28, 1910 TERRITORIAL TICKET DELEGATE TO CONGRESS: ELELE : L. L. McCANDLESS (Linekona Eliwai) SENATORS NA SENATOA: J. S. KALAKIELA B. G. RIVENBURGH (Livini) W. S. EDINGS (Ekini) E. K. HANAPI REPRESENTATIVES 4th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA EHA: SOLOMON MEHEULA FRED TURRILL (Wela ka Hao) G. K. KEAWEHAKU (Gabriel) E. H. P. WOLTERS (Walaka) P. G. BENEVEDES (Palakiko) E. K. RATHBURN REPRESENTATIVES 5th DISTRICT : LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA 5: GUS KALEOHANO J. K. LUKA DAVID KUPIHEA EDWARD LIKE J. M. POEPOE SAM KAOHELE COUNTY TICKET MAYOR MELA: JOSEPH J. FERN (Keo Pana) SUPERVISORS NA LUNAIQAI: IOELA KIAKAHI W. H. McCLELLAN (Makalena) M. 0. PACHECO (Kahuna Nui) ROBERT PAHAU H. H. PLEMER (Palima) LESTER PETRIE (Pikale) M. E. SILVA (Manuela Kiliva) SHERIFF MAKAI NUI: WM. PAUL JARRETT (Haalilio Opio) AUDITOR LUNA IIOOIA: J. 0. ANDERSON (Keoni Anekona)...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 28 October 1910

tii. i THE DEMOCRAT mafey t: i&w$ nay ini . fl IMfORTfMP A POPULATION f V In their heavy, padded coats, thick woolen .shirts, iur and astrakhan caps, and long leathern boots they almost made seem, unreal the warm sun, soft breezes and waving palms of the Hawaiian day. It was as if n village of the Siberian sieppes had been transported to the semi-tropics and set down bodily in the midst of the City of Honolulu. Some of them, mostly women and children, were sprawled on the grass or sitting patiently beneath the trees in the old palace yard, but most of the men, several hundred strong, were packed like sardines in the large office of the Governor, who was talking to them in a language that, except through an interpreter, they could not understand. Governor Frear, facing them, was facing at the same time new conditions, and the most serious problem with which the AVestern outpost of the United States has to deal. He was confronting not only a throng of newly-arrived Russian immigra...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 28 October 1910

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 29 October 1910

r . " .Wtf V" " TEE VOL. I FEDERAL EMPLOYE HAWAIIAN The Republicans, in limit1 desperate efforts to win at any cost and by any means, are violating not only the Federal, but ulso the Territorial laws by their efforts at intimidation and eoertion. These charges are not general; they are specific. For instance : Antone Manuel, messenger in the office of Unifed States District Attorney Robert W. Breckons, a night or two ago went to K. Kekipi, a member of the Democratic County Central Committee and an employe of the von Hamm-Young Company, and according to statement, vouched for by three witnesses, threatened him: "If you do not stop working for the Democrats and work for the Republican ticket, I will fix you and see that you lose your job in two days. ' ' And Antone Manuel is an employe of Robert W. Breckons, United States District Attorney, the man in this Territory to whom is chiefly delegated the enforcement of the federal laws. And the federal law makes it a serious offense for coe...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 29 October 1910

PAGE TWO c THE DEMOCRAT Published at Honolulu, T. II., cnch day except Sunday, by H. A. JUEN E. P. IRWIN . . '. Editor SATURDAY OCT. 2!), 1910 TERRITORIAL TICKET DELEGATE TO CONGRESS: ELELE : L. L. McCANDLESS (Linekona Eliwai) SENATORS NA SENATOA: J. S. KALAKIELA B. G. RIVENBURGH (Livini) W. S. EDINGS (EMni) E. K. HANAPI REPRESENTATIVES 4th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA EHA: SOLOMON MEHEULA FRED TURRILL (Wela ka Hao) G. K. KEAWEHAKU (Gabriel) E. H. F. WOLTERS (Walaka) F. 0. BENEVEDES (Palakiko) E. K. RATHBURN REPRESENTATIVES 5th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA 5: GUS KALEOHANO J. K. LUKA DAVID KUPIHEA EDWARD LDXE J. M. POEPOE SAM KAOHELE COUNTY TICKET MAYOR MELA: JOSEPH J. FERN (Keo Pana) SUPERVISORS NA LUNAKIAI: IOELA KIAKAHI W. H. McCLELLAN (Makalena) M. C. PAOHECO (Kahuna Nui) ROBERT PAHAU H. H. PLEMER (Palima) LESTER PETRIE (Pikale) M. E. SILVA (Manuela Kiliva) SHERIFF MAKAI NUI: WM. PAUL JARRETT (Haalilio Opio) AUDITOR LUNA IIOOIA: J. C. ANDERSON (Keoni Anekona) CLERK KAKAUOLEL...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 29 October 1910

THE DEMOCRAT '? '!.. IMPORTING A POPULATION . . (Continued from Yesterday)' You Can Load the Hone to Water, But Tlio throng' of dissatisfied and Russians who faeed Governor Froar that 1st day of April, 1910, was a part of Hawaii's investment in men, an investment that did not look very promising. For willi them from Manchuria had eome suspicion, indolence, discontent and anarchy. A few of them had been three or four months in the Islands, but most of them had arrived two or three weeks before and hud not even gone to spy out the land and learn to what kind of u country they had come to make their homes. Yet they stood before the Governor, sullen, obstinate,. and declared, "We will starve and die, but we will not work; we will not go to the And all that the Governor could say to them was that in this land of the free he who will not work may not eat. And in Hawaii he who will work must perforce work on the sugar plantations. The principal and almost the only industry of any great imp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 29 October 1910

P PAGE FOUR BpR W. For Senator B. G. RIVENBURGH For Senator F. OOSTA BENEVEDES For Representative, 4th District J. C. ANDERSON For Auditor J. S. KALAKIELA For Senator ", THE DEMOCRAT lV 'iB B 1 t4 II i 'Jjfr "" ..i rr$r H. BH HtHjv m' ii W. H. McOLELLAN EDWARD HANAPI For Senator L. L. McOANDLESS Delegate to Congress E. K. RATHBURN For Supervisor fw For Representative, 4th District ' iBt. biH vh BVHv JOSEPH J. FERN For Mayor ' sjso'i . - Pvn- pf, ' u. 5? k , H. H. PLEMER For Supervisor ? p ', v FRED TURRILL T v Representative, 4th District G. K. KEAWEHAKU .Tor RepreseLtative, 4th Eistrict .-! R. H. TRENT For City and County Treasurer F LESTER PETRIE For Supervisor BiiltlriBP E. H. F. WOLTERS . For Representative, 4th District M. C. PACHECO For Supervisor ROBERT PAHAU For Supervisor

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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