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isrusu away niF-rmnNCES.
Till'' differences between the Republican ami Progressive wings
should Ik- brushed away. I!oth sides can see that it is nothing
luil narrow personal fueling that influences the separation, l'.very
day thai the Tariff and currency questions are discussed at Washington
is convincing that the only choice is union or Democracy. The logic
of events is plain. It is impossible to escape the conclusion that those
who will accept any reasonable or possible plan of bringing the Re
publicans and the Progressives together are virtually consenting to the
indefinite domination of the national government by the Democratic
organization and the administration of the people's business by a party
which stands for a minority of the voters and for a program many times
repudiated at the polls anil never approved in a national election since
S')2. When this choice becomes entirely clear to the people of the
United States there will be an end of the present separation of the
anti-Democratic, anti-Free-Trade majority into two armies, each too
weak to beat the Democrats alone, while both together could easily
oust the majority party and restore majority rule in the national govct n
meut. A GOOD IDEA.
7 CiOOD idea was mooted by R. A. Wadsworth at a late meeting
j of the Maui Chamber of Commerce, when he suggested that in
an effort to "get together," a dinner should be given at which
all those interested in the Civic Convention of 1914 could meet and be
gin to know one another a little better than they do now- The scheme
is an excellent one, and one that would really bring men together in a
manner that is almost unknown on Maui at the present time. Men
know one another in a business way and meet one another every day,
but that is about all. We have been too much interested in the hunt
after the almighty dollar in the past," declared Mr. Wadsworth, "and
we should now think of something else." Those sentiments show that
the speaker is imbued with the sentiments that made the late conven
tion in Honolulu such a great success, and it is to be hoped that the
proposed get together" dinner is held in the near future, on the plans
advocated bv Mr. Wadsworth.
VCKNTS TO I", KANT MARRIAGK
All Commissions issued prior toOclolicJ
1st, 10.13 to grant marriage licenses will
be revoked on the 31st day of this month
of October. Agents to giant marriage
licenses at present commissioned are
warned not to issue licenses on or after
he 1st ili'y of November 191.V
Honolulu. October it, 1913.
II. I,. CONKI.INO,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Oct. IS, 25, Nov. 1. 8, 15, 22.
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The following agents togrant marriage
licenses for the Mhving judicial districts
in the Territory of Hawaii have been
'minted this day:
COt'NTY Ob' MAPI.
J.ns. N. K. Keola Wailuku
Ceo. H. Dunn I.aliama
YV. 1'. U na Hana
ICdgar Morton Makawao
R. H. Hitchcock Molokai
COUNTY OF KALAWAO.
J. D. McVeigh Ka'aupnpa.
Honolulu, October 13 1913.
1). Iv. CONRI.INO,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Oct. 18, 25, Nov. I, S, 15, 22-
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER
OF THE CURRENCY.
I I1C vindication of Arthur McDufiie was no more than could be
.xpeetcd, and the general public feels that the Chief of Detec
lives is entitled to re-iiistalement in office. It has been known
to a few people, for a long time, that jealousy and spite were at work
to oust MeDuliie from his position. When the Deputy Attorney Gen
et al of the Territory declared that the e was not sufficient evidence
against McDufiie, to even put the matter up to the Civil Service Coin-
mission, he, in his official capacity, cleared the Chief of the charges
The effort of Olseu, a man who has been fired often for drunkenness
and who always got back by pleading that he would amend his ways,
to discredit MeDuliie, has ended as everybody thought it would.
The effort to form a larger Athletic Association on Maui and to in
troduce some new blood into the organization, is a good thing and can
only result in advancing still further the good standing of Maui in the
eyes of the sporting community of the islands. It is to be hoped that
Maui be represented properly during Carnival Week in Honolulu, and
that our baseball team be properly managed and its interests taken
Picsidcnt Wilson's Tariff bill will not stay longlon the statute'book
because it antagonizes and hinders the Protection of American industries
and will lower wage scales and impoverish the farmers. The next
Congress will be Republican, perhaps, with a majority sufficient to
repeal the Wilson bill and lo enact a Protective Tariff law despite the
veto of the President.
Some folks have a childish faith that removing the Tariff will give
us sugar at about three cents per pound. When the Tariff is off and
our sugar factories are destroyed, then the sugar trust will charge
Us precisely w hat it pleases for sugar. Are you innocent enough to be
lieve that that price will be three cents a pound?
Free sugar will cost the country S.Sti.OOO.uot) a year in revenue and
strike down one of the most promising American industries. The
Dcinociatic party claims that it can fill this gap to national advantage,
but what business man of experience can believe it?
The Democratic Tariff bill, voted for by all Pennsylvania Democratic
Congressmen, with the exception of one from Philadelphia, will put a
crimp in the farming business and throw men out of employment.
"Or; sp the shadow- and lose the substance." The home market is
the substance, and the foreign market is the shadow.
When your wages are gone, have you made up your mind what par
ticular class of foreign goods you intend to buy?
It ought to be our country first, before all other nations. Tree-Trade
is all for other nations, and our own last.
WASHINGTON, D. C, September
Whkkkas, by satisfactory evi
dence presented to the undersigned,
it has been made to appear that
"The First National Rank of Paia"
in the Town of Paia, in the County
of Maui, and Territory of Hawaii,
has complied with all the provi
sions of the Statutes of the United
States, required to be complied
with before an association shall be
authorized to commence the busi
ness of Hanking;
Now TiiKKKJ'OK-:, I, Thomas
P. Kane, Acting Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify
that "The First National Pank of
Paia" in the Town of Paia, in the
County of Maui, and Territory of
Hawaii, is authorized to commence
the business of Hanking as provid
ed in Section Fifty-one hundred
and sixty-nine of the Revised
.Statutes of the United States.
In Tkstimonv Wiikkkok, wit
ness my hand and .Seal of Office,
this Twenty-sixth day of Septem
(Signed) T. P. KANK,
Acting Comptroller of the Cur
Oct. 11, IS, 25, Nov. 1, S, 15, 22,
29, Dec. 6, 13.
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