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EVENING BULLETIN, BONOM7L0, T. II., KIUDAY, SKPT. 4, 1908.
0AI1Y and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISKINQ CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wtitlnco R. Pnrrlnjjton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
r-p I ( Editorial Rooms,
Kvory squabble In every precinct
m al.es muro Impressive Uic Impor
tance of a direct-primary law.
l'Jatform-nuiUers should prepare,
for n stioiiR tariff plank fur every
recugnlzcil party In the Islands.
Times tiro Improving. Tlio Su
premo Court linn learneil to luok (in
local self-gmcrnmcut laws na estab
It is certain that Honolulu will
have a Mayor. It Is up to you wheth
er you will Jo our shaio toward a
EUarnulce that be will bo a good one.
. . i
As the public la nblo to view It
from the distance, tbo International
game at Morocco looks more lllco time
consuming tlddledcwlnhs than n mat
ter ot real Impoitamu In the world'
Senator McC I'.i'lexs sajs tbo cor
porations arc too tiirong on Maul. Ac
cording to nil account?, they nro not
all in the same class, hi It Is not op
position that tbo corporation power
It Is often said that Oaliu Is al
ways able to elect good men to tbo
Senate. That being tbo case, the fu
ture City Supervisors should bo lop
notcbers. They aro products of the
electorate of tbo whole Island.
President Castro plays no favorites
In his npparent dcslro to rnlso n row
with bouicono. Having failed to
rouse Holland to tho lighting pitch,
ho has turned on l'ranco nnd deliv
ered a five-million lino .13 a prelimi
Swlnburno's ricct numbers ninny
record-breakers In its list. Honolulu
will bo entirely satisfied it tbo offl
ccrs nnd men find conditions In tbo
city such that their stay will bo a
record-breaker In good work accom
plished nnd the good tlmo enjoyed.
So far ns Honolulu Is concerned
tho rulo ot bending tho men on board j
tbo ships at night Is not based on tho
will of tho majority. With ono or
two notablo exceptions, Honolulu peo
ilo look on tbo American sailor as a
llist-clnss, self-respecting citizen, nnd
tbo longer be stnjs on shore liberty
nnd enjoys himself, the better.
ATTEND YOUR PRIMARY.
The Republican primaries are to
le held Saturday afternoon.
Tho workers do not have to bo told.
They aro always on guard. Tho gen
tleman from whom tbo fact deserves
especial attention aro those who. In a
great many Instances, forget that tho
primaries nro to bo held, until tho
day lifter or bovrral days after,
when they bomctlnies wnko up and
Join tbo complaining minority.
Tho favurlto remark of tho stay-al-hotues
and tho sour balls of politics
is that everything H fixed and it
doesn't make any difference whether
they oto or not.
How do they know that "every
thing is fixed" If their individual nnd
collective ballots nro withhold from
tho voting nnd only their complain
ing whlno is ovldonco that they nro
In exlbtonco? Tbo only fixed quan
tity bo far ai they aro concerned Is
their absence, and whllo they main
tain this attitude tbo full responsibil
ity for shortcomings nnd errors fallH
upon them they havo not dono what
Tbo Republican party has an Im
portant campaign beforo It. Tho le
iionilnatlon ot Delegate Kuliio Is (in
sured, but tho convention that will
name him should bo mado up ot care
fully selected men who will draft a
platform that will bo a sourco of
strength. And tho cummltteo that
will conduct bis campaign bhould bo
a combination of men who can sco
tho Importance nt giving tho Dele
gate an especlnlly largo plurality In
order that tho people of tho mainland
may have a demonstration of Ha
waii's attltudo toward tho great tarlft
If tho local tickets aro named by
tho gentlemen who sit In their back
parlors and tell tho people how It
should bo done, tho party will prob-
rer !Mx Mouth .n
Ter Year, anhtrc In U.S ,uo
Pel Year rtnhere in Canada... l.Ho
Per Year jJOJtujid. toicljn 3.o
Entered M the PoMnfficr at Honolulu
M snoiut clais nuitcr.
SEPTEMBER 4, 1008
nbly go to defeat or an Indifferent
Duo legard should bo had fur tbo
suggestions nnd the common bcnsc of
the conscientious party workers who
nro in touch with tho people, know
what they want, and can strlko a fair
average In picking the candidates.
Tbo back-p.irlor men should not ho
.without icprcsentatlon, but there Is
no good leason why tbo drones should
ho tbo dictator. Tho political loaf
ers' nto entitled to no more respect
than tbo street-corner loafer. Money,
clothes, position, or what-not do not
make one any less n loafer, if ho re
fuses to do his share in the active po
Hardly less Important than tho
ticket to bo named Is tho personnel ot
the local campaign committee. Hero
again proportional representation Is
desirable, but every man on tbo list
should be u WORKER a promoter
and supporter of fair play nnd honest
Wo all know what is needed, Tbero
Is Just ono way to get it.
Size up tbo tickets offered in your
precinct, attend tbo primary, and
If each individual selection is not
to your exact liking, don't bo n whin
ing sour ball of politics. Tho gcncrnl
standard will be high If every Repub
lican turni out to vote.
Do your share.
Members ot n llrltlsh royal com
mission that Investigated Institutions
111 tho United States for earn nf 11m
fecblo-mlnded, have Issued a report
In London praising tho American sys
Ilcnn ritman, brother of tho lalo
Sir Imihc Iitman, tho Inventor of
phonography, and himself still nct
lvo in bis profession at tbo ago of
SC, addressed tho Shorthand Report
ers' Convention In Milwaukee.
Dlank books of all sorts. ledgers
otc. manufactured by the BuIWJn Pub
Have you any busi
ness that needs attention while
you are away from the Ter
ritory? Have you interests that
require more time and ex
perience than you are able
to give them?
Have you valuables that
you wish safely deposited
where you can have access
to them at any time?
Do you need life, fire, or
accident insurance ?
Do you need surety bonds?
We are in business to
supply just these .wants.
Call and see us,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Have you got the
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9 ac 15 at base
Made of 4-inch Angle Iron.
(Continued from Pace 1)
trrlptlons be considered as with
drawn, and the suggestion was adop
ted. Then, on the inotlun of .1. I'. Mor
gan, the icport of Mr. Carter, that
all affairs of tho lommltteo wcio as
they should be, having been found bo
after tlimoiigh Investigation, was
Mr. Carter then read tho gist of
thi auditor's statement, saying, "I
wish to call attention to the fact that
this Is the adjusted statement of the
finances of this l'leet Committee, con
sidering tho unpaid subscriptions its
Tho auditor s1 report was unani
mously accepted, and the committee,
adjourned slue tlio.
Prjday. Sept. I.
U S. A. T. Thomas, J"or San r'rmi
Cisco, r p. m.
WILL HAVE FIGHTS
Civic Federationlsts Are
Whllo tho political pot Is simmer
ing and bubbling mcrilly tbo politi
cians nro at present In such u stato of
uncertainty as Is not often seen. Whllo
tho election of delegates to the Terri
torial and County conventions of-tbo
Republican party aro to tako placo to
morrow afternoon, between tbo bonis
of 2 and 7, no iiuu prufesscs to know
what will bo tho outcome in tho pro
ducts whero there nro contests, ex
cept the thrco candidates fur tho May
oralty, l.auo, Lucas and Hustacc, each
of whom bravely nnd with sublime
raltli In himself predicts that ho will
bo tbo chosen one, anil that tlicro.will
bo nothing to it.
That tbero will bo a grand battle
In sonio of tlio precincts between the
followers of thebo tbreo candidates
cannot bo doubled, tho light between
tho tbreo hating become unlto bitter
Blnco tbo primary nominations, when,
at least, a fair degreo of harmony prti
vailed. In tho righting Soventb of,
tlio rifth this contest will bo marked,
ami in the tbo Squabbling Second ot
tho Fourth unrulier Interesting light
will tako place, though In this placo
It is rather over a sldo Issue, namely
un tbo election of ltawilus as u dele
gate, Rawlins Inning proclaimed that
TUESDAY, SEPT. 1ST,
AT 0 U'ULUUit
EMI F? IP
dWIVL JflWVi u
ho will bo elected In spllo of tlio pre
dlctlun of Duffandeau, madu last l-'ri
day.i that he would not succecil.
Tho Cllc Kederatlonlsts (if this pre
cinct, who nro fairly numerous, liavo
taken Bitch an Intel est In this matter
that they havo forgotten their civic
vlrttto and aro actually betting, In
spite of all moral and actual laws
against this nnd other forms ot gamb
ling, on tbo result, with Rawlins ns
Tho Democratic County Commit tro
will hold u meeting tomorrow to pick
out candidates for tho county ticket,
whllo tho Central C'ommltteo will meet
this evening to nrraago tho Tcnltoilnl
convention, which will tako place next
Some of the voters In tho righting
Seventh this forenoon kicked strenu
ously becnuso Secretary Mabelona had
declined to rccelc from some of the
candidates tho dollar, which, according
to I liu resolution passed must bo paid
by each candidate for dolcgalo to havo
his name placed on the ticket. Malic
luna admits doing so, but says (hat ho
was compelled to tako this action by
tho rule which prmldcd Hint such pay
ments must bo made before I p. in.
The Pacific Hulldcr and Engineer
of Seattle publishes tho following re
garding C, II. Smith, who is favor
ably known in Honolulu:
Mr. C. II. Smith it a consulting
and construction engineer who, after
twenty years of experience in tho
business hns como to aid In the con
structive development ot tho North
west, nnd Is now located at t20 Col
man block, Seattle.
Tho foundation ot .Mr. Smith's spe
cialty wet ground work was laid
In tlio early nineties, when ho was
employed under Hownrd A. Cnrnon,
thief engineer for tlio Mctiopplltnu
Scwerago Commission of Massachu
setts, In driving a compressed air
tunnel through tho soft mud nnd
clay tinder tho Mystic river. Thou
followed tho laying of foundations,
.1 1 feet below low tide, for tlio sower-
pumping station nt Charlcstown,
Kollowlnctheso Jobs. Mr. Smith
was put In charge of night construc
tion on Section (!, Roston subway, nnd
for tho next two years ho was busy
directing tho shield nnd oport-cut
work on the 19x23 tunnel through
pea gravel mid hatdpan.
1'or tbo years following 1808 and
up to tho sfuliig ot this .tear. Mr.
Smith wns -located at Honolulu,
wbero ho did general engineering for
tho Department of Public Works; de
signed nnd constructed-the Diamond
Head rcsortolr; got out plans nnd
specifications for the Kallhl lcservolr,
100 x 2!i0 and 21 feet deep; was en'
glneer In chni'go ot construction on
dam fur -lOO.O'OO.OOO gallon reservoir,
Honolulu water works; designed the
Walmca water works; got out plans
and specifications for tho llllo sewer
system; constructed tho Honolulu
outfall sewer, 1700 feet through
hard rural and tho laying of a -1-incli
btcol ptpo Incased In concrcto
thinugh heavy surf.
Lord & Reiser, contractors, era
plojed Mr. Smith as consulting engi
neer on work In Manila nnd the Ha
It Is evident that Scatllo has in
C. II. Smlth'n good man to handle
sea wall, bewor, nnd subway con
struction, all ot which aro problems
of the hour.
The National Harness Mtinufactur-
eis' Association, which met In Kan-
tas Cits. Mo., decided to hold Its next
meeting in Chicago. John !'. W.ird
of Kanr.au City was elected president.
The Kaiser hns practically closed a
deal with a Hoqulam, Wash., firm for
spars of Washington fir for tho now
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