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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1903.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
UVUNINa HULL.!!'! IN
Per M,mlh anywlifrf In W S. 4 .711
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1 I1 RnulneNrf Office.
tiilcrf J at the rntoflice at Honolulu
n urtoml das mttlrr
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1908
pluuitlty. Tliero mo it kooiI number
or local troubles In Ma.lilu that way
or tray not rIc wny to nntlunit
TIip Mnln proliltil tin j law Ih not
In (lunger of repeal but tbo opposi
tion to It Is ko xtiong In the iltles
that man of them urn like!) to io
Peat tin- lilstor) of two jenra iiko ami
to Into tfie Democrat Ir (olumn. fills
inemiB n reduction or the imirnllty
for the Statu ticket. Maine nlso has
It share of bitterness between fac
tions of the pnrtv that lime recently
come Into conllkt In tin stniKRle for
thu CoiiRtesslonnl nomliiatlons to
sue reed Coiimessnian I.lttlvllclil anil
On the other hand, the Democrats
li.ic n few Statu elections for the
earlj I'ull nnd It may be that the re
sults In all the States will Indicate
that thu people rcalh don't much
rale who wins. If this be the case,
II will be niooue's Katne In Noem
hcr, for ninth) wlll'liclp Ilran more
than Taft Republicans win If) gct
tliiK out the Mite.
IkiaOAl PATADOII .
nilOHU UHinnllll ,
RELIEF IN PCRU-NA.
Mr. K.J. Arlces, iOV City Hall Are.,
Montreal, Quebec, la an old ROiitloinan
of wide acquaintance, having served
thirty-eight years in the General Post
office of Montreal, a record which
Bpcaks for Itself. Concerning his uo of
l'oruna, see letter given below.
TiiKu the tluiu to riKlsler now.
Then uu will bu certain of jour utu
in No ember
Thero Is no doubt that tho politi
cal whip began to snap when the
icHUlts of tho Vermont election be
gan to come In
Honolulu thliiKs of the Cruiser
ricet iiB Its own, mid miij li for
given for the little comclt, since It
lus not jet been ho'ioied with u war-
fr.KHJp to nimc. jtk.i.J
When HooncAeU has to freaucnlly
declare tli.it lie Is for Hughes, It c.ir
lles th suggestion that the New
York tloMinor Is more In need of
boosting thiin was supposed.
Honolulu Is glad to fceo all ships
'of thu Nay nnd hopes to tiuiUo the
fctaj of Admiral Swinburne's men so
pleasant that they will feel as If
the) were the llrst to nrrhe this
A icar iiko todaj. the nrrlnl of
four urmoied cruisers was classed as
n great cent for Honolulu. Thu In
creased size of tho tleet that calls on
this iinnleis.irj Is out! of the IntlU.i
llniiH of Honolulu's steadllj Increas
the Milue uf thu Nmy nnd Its tin
pottnnce to Ameriian Interests In tho
development of thu Pacific.
Incidentally the people of Hono
lulu during the stay of thu Tleet lu
port will eniluator to Impress tho
olllcers and sailors that they are In
deed In n home port. Wo are glad to
to see the men of thu N.iy at nil
time;, tr. the oplc of Hawaii ma)
bo depcmV I upon to do their share
towa-il 1 1 iMng the slat of the ships
In port i oflt illo to the Nation un
der all i In iimstanciH.
!! ! -5- H
IS VERY MUDDY
Throw the town open to the men
of the l'k ft nnd let them remain on
shore daj and night It It suits them
HnNlng taken c.iic of the Ilattteshlp
Fleet tlieio should now be no doubt
of tho iltj's capacity to acconiiuo
datu th'tv men of thu cruisers.
Delegito Kuhlo and his Secretnry
McClellan in iKo olio of the best work-
ItiK ttnius Hawaii lias eer had In
Washington, and It Is good news, that
both are willing to go back to Wash
ington and continue the campaign
foi the development of Hawaii at a
time which may properly be said to
be n trltltnl period In the history of
the Isl mils.
VERMONT RESULT NOT CHEERING,
Vermont's election returns ore not
quite satlsfactuiy for a Presidential
)ear from a Ilepubllcan standpoint.
1'ium tho brief details of thu re
sult glcn In the cablegrams. It
would appear that tho Kcpubllcans of
the State were not sufficiently Intel -efctcd
In the cam ass to turn out and
roll up a big uite for the moial ef
fect In otlu-r States. Kcr)onu knew
Vermont would go ltepuhlltan. It
was a mere question of pluralities.
One of two things Is true: Hither
thu Republican party Is In danger
fiom ovci-contUletuo or the enthu
siasm for Taft Is not up to standard
on account of his being looked upon
ns the agent of thu President rather
than the repre&eututhe of the peo
Whatever the reasons for the
slump In thu ote, It cannot fall to
raise the hopes of the Democrats and
at leist uiouse thu Republicans to it
more tgorous aithlty.
The next Stntc contest In bo held
In a Republican stronghold will bo
the Maine election of this month.
Tho probabilities are that the Ver
mont xerdlct will tend the-campilgu-ers
of national Importance Into the
Maine field to stir up the people. Hut
theie are local Issues to bo takm In
to account and It will not be sur
I rising If the Republican C.otcrnor
of .Maine Is elected by a reduied
bo a sign on
"Nuuniiu water Is muddy."
Tho aboe statement of Super-
llitvudeiit of Public Works Mars- -
ton Campbell this morning sums -t-
up tho situation at the big dam. -f
Thero Is all kinds of water, to
bo sine, for oxer) resonolr has
about Its full capaclt), but It Is
muddy, dirt), wntir and unfit to
uso for drinking
There used to
Marstou Campbell's desk vmlch
read, Smile, damn jou, smile,"
nnd, whciicxor an) one mentioned
Nuuanu dam, Campbell would
Hash this sign on Mm. Of lato,
howeu'i, matters bao been pro
grcsstng so well that tho t.lgn
leinporarlly disappeared from his
desk. This morning It wits bick
In tho old place. "And wh)?'
Niminii water is nnidd).
came tho answer.
Tho announcement of Delegate
Kuhlo's c.indldacv for reelection to
Congress is thu signal for Hawaii to
prepare a musing majority for him.
Tho woik of the Delegate during the
last session of Congress was such as
to Justify his reelection h) a unani
mous Mite He has done more tor
thu Terrllorj of Hawaii than can be
credited to ono man since the great
Knincliamelia. Hull up the oto nnd
show that thu citizens of Hawaii ap
preciate good men nnd good work.
THE CRUISER FLEET.
Honolulu looks upon the coming
of tho cruiser nnd torpedo fleet In
command of Admiral .Swinburne ns
of cqunl It not greater Importance to
this naval renter than the battleship
lleot tlyi? Is touring the world In
command of Admiral S perry.
Tho ships now In port constitute
tho Ploet of tho Pacific In the move
ments of which Honolulu will always
figure ns an Important base of opera
tions. In other words, this is Our
Fleet and n most oxcollent one for
offensive or defcnsUe purposes.
Thu cruise to this port nnd on to
Samoa Is an incident of the National
awakening to tho importance of the
Pacific, and the necessity for n more
Intimate acquaintance of tho Navy
with the outposts of this ocean.
These ships will Indulge In pructfse
of tho war game, whkh assures n
lii'glt stato of efficiency that Is the
best guarantee against the possibil
ities of war.
Considering the recognized Impor
tance of Honolulu as u naval tenter
It Is somewhat remarkable that on
only ono previous occasion lias It
Jieun vUlted by torpedo boats of our
' Niivj". While It Is true that our tor
pedoers tlavo trneled longer dis
tances nnd possibly experienced moi'o
ndverso conditions, it Is natural to
supposo that tho various Bhlps of war
should bo sent over the couiscs that
will glvo their crews n fair knowl
edge of whnt they will encounter
when out for serious business.
So the coming of the cruisers and
the torpedo boats nnd the extension
of tho trulso to the faithest outpost
in the southern seas Is highly grati
fying to tho people of this Territory,
Who iiio In n position to understand
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KHzabeth Hinjes to V A Schaefer;
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