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EVENING DULUCTIN, HONOT.TJIAJ, T. H., SATURDAY, SEPT.
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Wallace R. Pnrrlnston, - - Editor
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CIKCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
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Hob Hhlutle for the House? Jluku
I Living voted lit tho primary, don't
forget to ri'Rlster for tlio election.
"OxyBcn Jugs" Iti the latest London
fad. Next will bo a eamiialcn for
tho prohibition of oxygen.
Attcml onr primary nml vote,
Number juurself with thu WOMC
IIHS. Don't be a dronu.
Carlos l-mg In the hands of his
fi lends will inaKe a kIioiik candidate
for nti ollke. Ills friends are numer
ous. If lull; amounts to anything, Ad-
miitil hperrys iieet tins completely
captured the good-will of Australia
tind New Zealand,
5rTr " " "
A niuadron of new battleships to
meet flie leturnlng Atlantic Meet
will be n decidedly lively llnlsh fr
tour uf the
Co eminent by hack-parlor politi
cians who whine but ueler work Is
one of the steps to political degener
ation and (!o eminent by Commis
sion. Admiral Swinburne might well
iniii.o the parade (ft men from the
I'leet conditional on the ability of
Honolulu's American citizens to dis
play a little enthusiasm us they
march the streets.
Mr. Kinney also says that tlio Isol
note Is oiio of the lecommcndatlons
of the luiikea administration! To
what strange toncluslons will u man's
political prejudices lead htm.
Hawaii County Home Hulcrs nro
can lug things with u high hand
that should convince the citizens of
thu Count that the time has como
to throw tho old crowd overboard.
The man who can safely predict ,
the future of tho sugar market will j
join thu ranks of the moro-tluin-hii-'
man. his Is the day and hour when
tho ilve-cent piophets expected to
incidents are not lacking to prove
that Hawaii's land laws need fixing,
it can best be done by a Republican
administration that understands the
shortcomings and knows how to cor
Should advocacy of putting consci
entious WORKKHS at tho head of
political affairs ever become treason,
government of, by, and for tho peo
ple will bo about iduo to perish from
tho face of tho earth.
. J 1 1 L Li !J
After all tho back Counties havo
been hoard from, tho total vote In
favor of Government by Commission
is summed up in ono Sour Hall. No
patriotic citizens have answered fa
vorably to the call.
Honolulu will have n first-class
celebration when tho Swinburne
Fleet returns from its trip South,
incidentally the town is enjoying tho
present stay of tho ships though not
making over-much noise about it.
Mr. Kinney says the prospects of
Mr. Ilrynn for election as President
nro bright. Thero is where enthu
siasm gels tho best of a man's Judg
ment, lly tho Eiimo token ho finds
thn Democratic administration of tho
police department tho best ever.
Young men find better opportuni
ties with the party of progress and
piosperlty. Those who como to tho
front when associated with tho party
of calamity are undoubtedly good
men becnuso of n record for having
overcome gient obstacles, and as u
matter of fact risen above tholr po
Hawaii mirrors a distinct loss In
tho death of Immigration Commis
sioner Sargent. Mr. Sargent know
tho local situation In all Its Intri
cate peculiarities, and ho wns en
thusiastic, in his offorts to woilc nut
tho Kurnpcan Immigration policy of
tho Administration. Tho Tenltory
Tci Six MontM , o .rttj
Per Year anywhere tit U 8 I. cm
Pet Year ati)vhrrr In Caniuta I.Ko
t'trar poMimM. forelni S.uo
Office, - 256
Entered at the I'oMoffict Hi Honolulu
m tiutnl clans milttr
SEPTEMBER 5, 1008
has lost a Rood frleml anil the coun
try n patriotic nntl capable olllcl.il.
Henry Clews still has woids of
(heer In his latest hanking ilrcular.
lie states that the people nro con
duced of tho ccitalnty of better
times and the disposition Is to hold
on rathe than sell Commenting
furt'-.c:- ci il e rclut of mone tho
Cli ill i vn: ".Next to good ciops
the Moi lmi'oitaut factor In the
out lor i H ih.. unusual e:)se of the
money maiKet, which crop demands
ale not lil.ely to materially Interfere
with. Loanable funds tiro nlwas
abundant and (heap after a panic.
This is because of money released by
tlijuldatlon, and the lack uf demand
accompanying the subsequent inertia
,of business. This ) ear tho excessive
,,.,,,,, ril), tllIg Mmrce s erc.,ty uug-
niented by the tremendous nrriiniiiln
I tlon of gold both here and abioad,
(, ,)y (ll(J llICJBtk,ty of ,mr cul.
rencv system, whleli nreveiitK ,i nrnn.
;i, - contraction of bank notes In times
of redundancy. Attention lias al
ready been called In these advices tu
the extraordinary expansion of over
$2(10, ooo. 000. In our circulation
within twelve months and that neiii
ly JL'20,000,000. of this was In gold
coin, bullion or certificates. Tho Ku-
opean banks ate nli-o carrying n
much larger suriilus than n year
ago; In fact, the whole world Is
threatened with a surfeit of tho pre
cious metal owing to the record
breaking ncttvltlcs of the Kami. Tho
effect of this upon values must of
course ho powerfully stimulating, for
aB we cheapen the standard of valuo
wo luovltahly rnlbe tho pi Ices of nil
commodities und securities. 'While
I " Iaw f ""Hl'ly '' demand Is still
the most potent factor In establish
ing vahu'x, tho ttememlotis additions
to the gold supply of the world dur
ing tho past decade have no doubt
'much to do with the present high
level of nil prices."
Two-story house; modern j lot 75x
New 2-bedrooiiT Bungalow; corner
Lot 100x150 $2750.00
A choice building lot of half an
Two lots near car line on high
ground, partially cleared.. $800.00
Two-bedroom cottage, good location;
lot 100x150 $2750.00
Liberal terms on all above prop
ositions. Waterhouse Trust
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Have you got the
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1 ,rriJi nps &
9 x 15 at base
Made of 4-inch Angle Iron.
(Continued from Pace 1)
party can point with Just pilde to
tlio retold of Senators Lane, Chll
llngvvoith, Kahuna, and Coelho, and
Representatives' liolsteln, Kulctopu,
Long, and u scoic of others who have
held their end up in tho last, two
sessions of the Legislature.
"Then there sue ilnpal, Knlauoka
Innl, Kunewn, and iniiiiy others, nil
Republicans, who have done excep
tionally well In other spheres, going
to show Hint In this Tcriltory. ns
well as on the mainland, tho party
of ptogress and proipeilty is tho
pally tli.it oITeis tho best opportuni
ties for the joung men of tho coun
"Tho Republican party can win
the coming election hands down If
the Republicans will bury factional
ism and pull together. Tho Demo
crats depend nlmost altogether on the
votes of Republican soreheads. Of
rouisp, it goes without saying that
our candidates must be honest, ca
llable men. We have plenty Biich In
our ranks, and they will be nominat
ed If they will permit their names to
go before tho convention. And hero
Is where tho principal I might say,
only real difficulty occurs.
"Thorn Is too much tendency on
the part of good men to hold back
nnd take it easy, it has happened
more than once that n convention
has put In nomination Indifferent
material for the want of better.
"There aio enough competent nnd
trustworthy men in the Republican
ranks who ran got elected If they
will consent to stand for election. If
such men will come to tho front, the
Democrats will not get 'n look-In'."
STIRS UP YOUNG
"I had ?..() stolen from my place
last Monday," said Keeper Voting of
tho Kaplol.ini Park today, "and
though 1 complained to tho Chief of
Detectives the samo day, I havo nev
er hcaid tiny thing more about tho
matter, although It seems a clear
"The money was In a trunk In my
house. It wns nil In ton-dollar
pieces. Tho thief opened the trunk
and took the purse and all. I sus
pect that ono of the gang of pilson
ers who wns cleaning my windows
took, tho money, nnd this man paid
his line with a ten-dollar piece tho
AT 8 O'CLOCK
Robert !'. Lnngc. who had clinreo
of thu financial affairs of the loiucit
given last Saturday evening for thu
movlng-plctuio fund, forwarded u
check this morning to Superintend
ent McVeigh for ono hundred and
nine dullnis and ninety cents ($109.
H0). This Is a hplendld return from the
concert and will bring the amount
subscribed und toiill United up to the
pevcii-hundrod-dolliir mark set by
According to the reports previous
ly sent in, tho amounts subscribed
f lorn various sources amounted to
JGO.I.GC. Tho neat sum added by tho
concert-workers brings tho total to
$713.40, which Is believed to he mole
than enough to cover nil tho ex
penses consequent to giving tho leper
settlement people n first-class moving-picture
machine and a proper
iiiulpmcnt to run it.
SHINGLE IS LIKELY
(Continued from Pcse lb
speculation ns to whether Rawlins
will ho elected or not. On the whole',
I he situation remains unchanged, nnd
the icsults of tho election alono will
tell how masters stand.
Signs of harmony existing between
the leaders and lnembeiH of the Homo
Rule und Labor pintles aio beginning
to become evident. That is shown
by Hie fact that ti Joint meeting will
be held this evening nt Aula Park,
commencing nt 7:30 o'clock. Thn
meeting Is called to latlfy tho action
of tho convention of the Home Rule
paity In selecting Chas. K. Notlcy
as Its Delegate to Congress.
Thn speakers of tho meeting will
be Chas. K. Notley, .T. M. Poepoo,
Win. White. W..C. Achl, and n few-
others. D. Knlnu'okulaui Sr. will pio
Tho party loaderR are endeavoring
to innko this meeting one of tho
most successful of the senson. it Is
expected that tho-speakers will dwell
on thn Municipal Art which wns de
clared valid by tho Supreme Court.
Aelil, when ,Inlorviovyid tcidny.
tinted that he consented tn spent; ho
rnuso tlio platform of the Home Rule
party coincided with his views. It
was only yesterday that ho consented
to sneak nt tho request of the com
mittee of the Homo Rule pait:'. It
li expected that tho two parties will
within n few davs como to a fusion.
United Stales District Attorney
Rircknns did not show up nt his ofTlco
this morning and Jt Inter developed
tip) ho w.is so 111 that his doctor has
ald tint he mould remain In the
lioii'o for several days. IIo n 'icon
bothered of late with stomach trmble.
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Catarrhal Diseases of tho
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Arroyo, Porto Rico, writes!
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neys, and catarrh of tho pelvic organs
nro most frequent.
a phase peculiar to such countries.
It may not nt all rcscmblo tho catarrh
of cold climates In appearance, yet it is
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Catarrh means congestion of n mucous
(lencrally In the cold climates tho
Membranes otlenest affected by catarrh
i nro tho ones lining tho noo or tho cavi
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Tho mucous membranes oflenest af
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Oucs lining tlio organs of tho abdomen
Wherever human beings dwell,
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catarrh Is the principal disease
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(Archbishop of Linares.)
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