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MARCH 19, 1908
Mr Vlerrn'H letlci miKgcsts that
polittcianit are moving, anil some on
tmteJ delegations are In sight.
How many plnntntlnn inatuiRcts
believe In the prohibition of lliiu'dr,
cither of foreign or domestic manufacture?
Secretary Mott-Smltb will find n
lull lay' work for each day of the
next few months, ghlng his undi
vided attention to the preparations
for the Fleet?
Mm. Hugh Tevls has reached IV
tenlth or "high society." She Ik oc
rupyriiK a prominent place bcToro tho
v.orld as tho principal factor In a
miserable divorce case.
where our eonontlon delegates
vhould stand on tho question of pro
tection. Hawaii's prosperity is the crcatura
pf the protective policy Hawaii's
Icpicucntntlvcs should stnnd first,
lust ml nlvas for protection and
with the forces of protection.
The II it 1 1 e 1 1 ii never enthut-cs
ncr an unlnstructed delegation nf
any character. This paper believes
In clear-cut declarations that win
the enthusiasm of friends and tho re-
iipect of opponents. It is the more
manly way of going at it, and, say
what jou will, tho straight-deal pol
itics win In the long run. An unlti-
tlructcd delegation Is one that is nd-
mtttedly looking for n band wagon
to get Into.
However, this Is a matter for the
drained that the recorof.the L.4rrUorja, convontlwrto Ulrc3h out
Playhouses l the barometer of proa- Jn(1 mfifo welpJcr0 as the only
I erlty nmong the people, attendance
at tho Lilliputian pcrformancca.:putsJ
Iiiinolulu near the hlgh-wntcr mark.
Six delegates, high tnrjff,? and a
full-sized American are ttjtr polnti
for Hawaii to Rain tit Chicago. Hven
the Democratic delegation Bhoul'l
stand for the samo thing, though
high tariff Is heresy.
bolnt or convcntloiitUlffcrcnces.
six ueiPKatcs; support or nign tnr-
Iff and votes for the candidate who
jVfiows auiT licllevos'ln' the future of
America in the Tactile are matterH
of the hlgliestlmpdrt that should
have Hawaii's unanimous approval.
Judging frnm nil tho reports, tho
friends of I'earl Harbor are thicker
than files around the molasses bar
rel. Here's hoping that Hawaii
.lands the appropriation, and does
V.ot become a" horrible example of
"loo much friends."
(Jrovor Cleveland's geratcst vic
tory has been IiIb ability to servo
twi. terms as President and have
enough health left to carry him
through a comfortublo old age. Tho
cares of office materially shortened
the lives of nearly all Ills predecosi
tors. '??". J. :
It Is nothing more than fair for
the people who cry out against beer,
to take a careful census of the rela
tive amount of alcohol i on tallied in
a popular beverage and some of tho
things some good pcoplo put down
their throats under the name of medicine.
Alexander Hume Kord's rccommen
datlona have ono particularly good
point to popularize them. They do
not Involve a preliminary expendi
ture of a mint of money. Hustlo
and Ingenuity are tho first things
demanded. Then just enough money
to grease the wheels of progress.
A great hue and cry Is being made
against the anarchist and properly
so. A national enemy equally dan
gerous Is tho fool who preaches that
America needs no Increase In its
Army and Navy to hold its own
among the nations of tho earth, Tho
anarchist kills one man. The
"peacemaker" lays tho mitro for the
slaughter of thousands of tho best
men of tho land. It doesn't sound
nice, but It Is so.
Have you Insured yur house
hold effects against loss by fire?
MoVrls Larie,)2 bedrooms J COO
Punchbowl, 2 bedrooms'-, t. . . 8. (JO
l.lllha Street, 2 bedrooms! . . .. 15.00
I.uuulllo Street, 2 bedrooms .. 15.00
Punchbowl Street, 2 bedrooms 18.00
Wilder Avenue, 2 bedrooms. . 18,00
Pcnsacola Street, 2 bedrooms' 20.00
Wilder Avenue, 3 bedrooms, 20.00
Wntktkl, 4 bedrooms ..'.... 20.00
Clandall Lane, 2 bedrooms . .
Kinau Street, 3 bedrooms'. . ,
School Stroet, 3 bedrooms..
Lunalllo Street. 3 bedrooms.
Hates Street, 2 bedrooms...
lleretanla Art., 4 bedrooms .
Matlock Ave., 2 bedrooms..
Young Street, 2 bedrooms...
Punuhou, 3 bedrooms
Young Street, 4 bedrooms . .
Pacific Heights, 4 bedrooms.
N'uuanu Ave.,' 3 bedrooms...
Manoa, 3 bedrooms
Siikk mk bo, f fit
so far as this session of Congress is
It has been blockndcd .by tho ene
mies of Hawaii on the mainland act
ively assisted by the enemies of Ha
waii within tils Territory.
Tho enemies of the mainland have
gained their point by mlsrepiescnt
!ng the character of tho labor
tought and the purposes of Hawaii.
One of their best weapons In this
work has been tho moro damaging
misrepresentations of European Im
migration made by the traitorous
persons within tho Territory.
And all this campaign of great in
jury to Hawaii's future is carried on
under tho name at homo ntid
abroad of "Anierlcnnlsm."
liig.ls fair piny, and not a paper no
ne'e for'a door
Youis for good government and
A. K. VIKUUA.
March 19, 1908.
Tho deed by which liugh Howell
transferred his Nnhlku rubber prop
erty to tho Hawaiian-American Rub
ber Co., Ltd., datqd May' 2, ISpG, was
filed, with the Registrar of Convey
ances .th I a morning, The amount
paid for tho land, 32.3 acres, both In
fee simple and leasehold, was
PEARL HARBOR IS
(Continued from Pace 1)
tho concrete dock shall have been
completed, and It might possibly re
main there Indefinitely,
Tho committee report on . tho
Pearl Harbor bill has received prom
inent mention in the Washington
papers, and Mr. Hates thinks It nd
Wsablo to have a copy sent with a
personal letter to each member of
Congress; ho nlso favors my sugges
tion that It be sent, with n circular
letter, to the editors of the leading
papers of the country, suggesting ed
itorial comment on tho samo as be
ing a subject of national Interest.
Ilccauso the bill as reported is
more conipreliennlvo than the Nnvy
Department estimates, thcro may ho'
tomo effort in ill 6 Houso to tut out
rome of tho Items.
if the bill Is blocked In the House
In any way, we aro now In a much
better situation to secure its inser
tion in tho general bill as n Scii.ito
Delegate t0 Congress.
ENEMIES OF HAWAII.
It In probable that tho Immigra
tion amendment that would give Ha
waii an opportunity 16 secure Euro
pean Immigrants direct from their
homo is "deader than Hector's pup"
Have you been to the
Don't let anyone dissuade you from
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The advice of Delegate Kuhlo con
tained In lila letter published In this
Issue Is commended to every llepub
Hcun of Hawaii.
The Delegate first recommends
Hint this Territory demand n repre
sentation of six delegates in the Na
tlnnnl nnmlnntlnir convention. ,
He urges that tho "Influence of lfo?
wall's delegates shall bo caBt with
the lot of the high-tariff men.
The U u 1 1 e t i n can hardly Im
rglne tho Territorial convention dos
Ing otherwise than follow this courso
the Delegate, has outlined. It Is. very
much In keeping with what this pa
per has been constantly urging,
Larger representation should be
yie constant effort of cur people nt
all times and In every convention.
We believe the Democrats should
follow the same general prlnclplo
and endeavor to gnln as largo a nu
merical Jorce from Hawaii In their
It is good for Hawaii and good for
tho, country. The Natlonhns novqr
!ostMretitlger Bni1 " party" can, -by
allowing liberal representation of
There Id not tho" slightest doubt of!
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well planted in fruit trees, and house
of three bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitehen, bath, etc.
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Beretania Street $40.00
Victoria Street , .$35.00
Matlock Avenue $22.60
M Kinai Street i $30.00
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Punchbowl Street .,$30.00
King Street , .$15.00
Kewalo Street J $22.50
Kinau Street , ,'..". i $36.00
King1 Street .V $18.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Nuuanu Avenue $20.00
Piikoi Street $27.50
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Kdllor i: v e n I n g It u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
In the Interests of Fair Play permit
mo space In your valuable medium
to express tiny sentiments felatlvo' to
the manner In which politics nro
conducted In the 12th Precinct of
tho Fifth District. I happen to; bo
a member of the executive commit
teo, not that I was duly and legally
elected to such position, but on ac
count of a shortage I was appointed
by ono of tho body, '
Some time ago tho central com-
niltteo sent out notices to have tho
various precincts hold elections for
their respective officers. In our pre
cinct I do not know nor does any
ether living creature with tho excep
tion of the chosen few that attended,
where that election was held, elect
ing tho present men to office in oiir
precinct. All that I do know, from
what I can gather, Is that from fifty
to one hundred men were awaiting
the call to order by the president,
but were disappointed when told af
ter a little while that the meotlng
bad already been held and the offi
cials elocted for the ensuing term.
Thoy began to remonstrate with the
men who had treated them in this
manner, as the legal notice or public
notice had not been placed before the
public, or, abovo nil, before the resi
dents of the precinct, but the only
Mitlsfactlon thoy got was that a
piece of paper was hung over some
door, and that constituted public no
Now, Mr. Editor, aB I am a mem
ber of the executive committee, I
should be informed for the benefit of
others who come to me and ask at
what placo Is tho meeting to take
place this coming Friday, which I
nm unable to Inform them. Thus It
goes down In history why some good
men are not brought out to run for
the Legislature, simply because thoy
are not Interested In the primaries,
the public not knowing where to go
to nominate them.' This state of af
fairs Is corrupt; It recalls tho condi
tions of the dark ages, and the cen
tral commltteo should patch up their
laws Instead of allowing them to re
main as they are in reference to tho
railing nf U") pieclnct clubs.
Public notlco of tho placo of meet-
(Continued from Pace 1)
lnado tho long rldo down tci" lUiipilv
kila, whoro tlic spent tho night On
Sunday the rode oor to Knhlklnul,
where no Governur of Hawaii had oer
been before, and went up to the for
est reserve rhauka.
Monday tho (Imernor and his party
looked over, lands about Ulnpalnkua
and UienTTodo oor to Mhkcna landing
and viewed that. Thenco thov wont
'on td,Kllii)I plantation, traveling along
mo ueacn. ine uuvcrnor aiso visu
cd Mnahioa'and MbQrbgbr landings
in company with Superintendent
CaTkpbclJj' iiThit unlght they arrived
in Walluku,,filcvpt.vMott-Siultli, who
Vent ,iier,.io.(U)iakudiiikn to spend
llui bight:.:'. '- ' i .til,
Tuesday morning tho party roilo up
IfQivaUoy. The town of "Wallitkn has
for some tlmibcen short of water on
account of tho destruction of tho
water pipes about throo miles up the
valley An ottem.pt Is tn bo made by
I lie citizens of Wallukll to Induce thu
Government to .replace theku pipes,
unci for this reason tho ftotcrnor and
tho Superintendent wnntcd to see
what needs to bo done.
In (ho afternoon tho Governor rodo
over to Kallui and looked oer the
Government reservoirs and resonolr
Mtes( while Mott-Smlth went tn Ma
alaca to see the Government cane
lands thcro. In tho ccnlng Walluku
gave a big reception to the Governor
and his party and things wero Joyful
far Into the night.
Wcdnesdny morning tho party rodo
from Walluku around the northern eniU
of the Island to Honalua ranch, arriv
ing In the oventng. From there Mott
Smlth mado a record rldo of eight
miles to catch tho-Clandlne at La-
halnn, arriving only len minutes be
fore tho steamer sailed
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the deportation cases which attract
ed considerable attention a few
weeks ago, when It was tried, paitly
uecauso of the fact that an attempt
was made about tho same time to
have the Chinese editor, I,o Sun, de
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