Evan da Silva Political Ad—a Mix of Hawaiian and Western Idioms, 1920.

CANDIDACY ANNOUNCEMENT

I am once again putting my name before the voters of the First Voting District of the Island of Hawaii, and asking for your support on this Election Season coming up on the 2nd of October, 1920. My work at the Legislature these past sessions was putting effort into and watching over our rights, O makaainana from the reclining coconut trees of Kalapana all the way to the sheer trails of Hamakua.

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Political Candidates, 1916.

YOUR VOTE

On Oct. 7, 1916, will be appreciated by yours truly,

SAMUEL KELIINOI

Republican candidate for the House of Representatives, Fifth District.

(PCA, 10/7/1916, p. 3)

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Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume LIX, Number 10663, Page 3. October 7, 1916.

Political Candidates, 1916.

FERDINAND J. H. SCHNACK

Candidate for Republican nomination for Representative from Fifth District Solicits your consideration.

Qualifications:: Graduate of Punahou, Standford University and University of Chicago Law School. Practicing attorney for over 6 years in all courts of the Territory. Born and reared in Honolulu, he is familiar with conditions and needs and will work for the interests of the people and particularly of the Fifth District.

(PCA, 10/7/1916, p. 3)

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Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume LIX, Number 10663, Page 3. October 7, 1916.

Political Candidates, 1916.

W. C. Achi

Republican candidate for senate. The interests of the taxpayers and voters are safe in his hands. He is for greater and modern Honolulu. the hearty support of every voter will be greatly appreciated at the primary election, October 7th, 1916.

(PCA, 10/7/1916, p. 3)

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Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume LIX, Number 10663, Page 3. October 7, 1916.