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EVENING! DULLETIN, HONOT.TTLrj, T. It., TUESDAY. SEPT. S, 1D0S.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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Wulliioo R. Fiirrlntfton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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1 ei'IBu3iness Office,
Entered at (lie PtwIofTcc at Honolulu
M k- (iml clan milter
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1908
SupliortoiK uf liov eminent li Com- pictlvelj largo gairlsmi at I'curl Ilnr-
iiiIxhIoii inlKlit vote fur At hi fui .Maj- bur na ttio hIkiiiiI ft" " ponderous
or uiiil Notlev for lelcKat5 i forecast of tlio Ucstrifctlon of the Ter-
' jlltorj of lluvv.ill to liinl.c .i) for tlio
Let tlio i imlldatiH ilcclatn Hum- miutaij Roveriiiiie-nt en n win base '
M'lus A iiulltliiil canvass unilcr Tlio e-Iieet of tlie development of
inui la HKel to lie tuLeii by the jvail Ilnibor on the local encnij of
people as u inmiMlEU under false popular uoverniiicnt. and one that
tolois. has deotei! considerable space to
"" " critic In . i i ic '.miilc.tn mechanic
Anothei steamship for the Matson wlm , , ,,,, to ,,, uhilllH
line means tint competition will bo for , a , aIi,m wink Is Inteiefct-
. : n-a
menu or leas sharp The little fellow
iilvvnjs has a show" under such clr
Mi. Til I n K lo ic form China. Now
theie Is a task In vvlilili our dear
frlind will lmvo the unlit d suppoit
of a tiultid Hawaii which reallv
has no need fen him.
Iiir ... !i the das when the
whole llusso-lapatiesc war was con
ducted from tlio editorial siuctum of
the hame Journal that Is now preach
Ing the (oveiiinieut-li -Commission
doc t line for Hawaii.
u doubt that I'oail Ilnibor when
eompleted will be the only war haw
In the I'nlled States of America Wo
arc satisfied that the American people
will not consent to limine all the
I lirl tirlf llfia uf cjiI f.niu urtt ttwiti t mm.
That Is n ', ' , ""-" - "-
imuttii, in uiiie-a ui peine', in Older
Sillor Cunnlnghnni with the
rrulsei I'leet, was an old II u 1 I c t i n
uewsbo, and a good one
I. iiKiitiiiniilnllfiii .itl.l .1 fe.ll.lltir-
... , , . , to (stabllsli war bases In mi) pirt of
which man) successful miiiRstcrn of ,. ..,. ..,.. ' ,.
Iliiuolulu li.ive to their eiedlt.
the Islands oi mainland under tlio
The Imiil piedlctlon of (lovcrnment I The ntl-Imporlitllats sa that our
1.) Commission for Hawaii In older '""'"'J l8 ''c.i.IIhb toward militarism
llmt P...1H 1li.il.ni nmv l.erom.i .1 Mr."1"1 n" ll8 "ttelldnnt Oils. NcitlilllR
b.iso Is one of the best examples of
ill sire belli); father to the thought
Ilulnous policies Unci faoi in the
hjnio old source In Hawaii.
.1 I' CouKo will make an excellent
rhnli iii.ui for tlio Itepubllcan Terrlto
tlal Committee. The man haid to
find Is the right ono to direct tlio
cnmpalgn for the ItglslttUo and city
tkKets. Ho will hae real work on
ills hands mid, like the Major of Ho
nolulu, he should kImi his full tlmo
to the duties of his olllce during tho I I-eoiilo will mil a halt on I'carl liar
mote distasteful to the trend of
Amcilrnn sentiment than to hao It
develop that the defense, of any por
tion of tho tountr) demands that tlio
municipal goicrnments and local con
trol mtibt be destrojed in times of
peaco and tho people luled by a per
Pearl Harbor can be made a war
baso without wrecking tho founda
tion principles of Amerlcanlgoicru
nient If it cannot, the American
Delegate Kiihlo In supporting tho
Immlgiatlon bill showed that he be-lleu-s
in the thorough Americanizing
of Hawaii Those who oppose him
place thcnisches In an unenviable po
sition, and it Is to the credit of the
people of Hawaii Hint political rallies
held to pieach tho antl-Antcrican j
doctiino are to poorlv attended as toi
JUMIIl ll.MIUIJl II. U I..H..11; CJl UUI..(.
called a meeting
U.or mid let the principle Ihe.
The overthrow of the Teirltory Is
not neecssir) to the success of Amer
ica in the Pacific.
It Is worthy of particular attention
tint tho advocates of race prejudice
In politics were unable to assemble
enough otcrs to hold a respectable
meeting on tho night of tho ilrst ral
I). Aftei two da) s of drumming up
tho gn'hs they succeeded In securing
mi attendance of two hundred or less.
Tills shows what a steadll) dwindling
following tho opponents 'of fair
American government hac in this
future war baso of the Pacific.
WHERE ARE THE CANDIDATES?
llriug out the candidates!
VH1 tho nominating conventions
for tho Legislature and the Munici
pality to bo held within tho next few
weel.H and tho delegates elected, the
number of known candidates for tho
Itepubllcan ticket Is limited to four
We know tho probable candidates
for Mn)oi. What of tho men for tho
Hennte, nail for tho House, nnd for
tho city iloaid of Sitpcivlsois?
They aio all apparently phi) Ing
the "lay low" ptrt in preferred stjlo.
Tho picsumption la that tho Ite
publlcan executive olllcers of tho
County will bo icuomlnated on tho
city ticket They desero It. They
iao (lono good woik. They can bo
Hut what of tho legislative bodies?
W'h) are moie candidates not coming
IN'10 Till: OPHN so that tho com
munity may slzo them up ptovlous
to tho convention
Tho people should know tho prob
nblo material that will go before tho
convention. It Is good politics nnd
prevents many mistakes of snap
judgment, likely in any convention.
Let tho candidates declare them
selvee. Let them come Into tho open
row, mi that they may ba tho better
assuicd of lieatttj suppoit after tho
TOE STRATC03IST AT WORK.
Tlio Honolulu Strntnoglst has nr
ropted tho announcement of a pros-
mmiMjjrT .r- j" i
'yraujr -. tdi
Away up In Mnncfi valle) adjolullf:
College Hills and In the- same ll.icf,
(o piitlrularlzc Is an Instliii'lon
where the jotini' Idia of tlio more for
eign element of Honolulu osssi) to
climb the sleps to hlglici knovviciliji
Tho oltlclnl name of .tills InstU'illnn Is
tlio Mid Pacific Inslltiite 1 re Mid
I'nclfir lnsttttilc litis no proKUIon
riom II 10, It Is claimed nnd Theoloie
Illtbaids called on lite Supcrlntcndi nt
of Public Works this nionilnu lo no
If sonio sort of nu airamtemelit could
not bo tnado wluul.v the iifo,tij!d
lepnitiucnt would Itixtnll a lijduint
Hit. (would be wllliln nsv vvntcrohoot
Ing loach of the college Hovvevei, as
ihe place Is, a good iniinv Minis too
tar rrom tho 1111I11 pipe, II seems pine
Irnll) Impossible Hi it tlio liwli lilt w:it
he put 111. and lonscqiteutl) tlio Mid
Pacific Institute will jirobabl li ivo
I use tho linniIlirtRn.de H.vstim v hen
theio is a flic there '
JMmizcxavmmn& Jh-M'MM-MMMll iligraj-irMrfiWt a-anwun m -Ttan Ui-KacJMBsMMil)k
COOL! VENTILATING! BEFRESHING!
IfiudSi UIBUOS NOCii
9 x 15 at "base
4 x 9 at top
Made of 4-inch Angle Iron.
Simk 1imJt Ufitt
Two-story house; modern; lot 75x
New 2-bedroora 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;
lpt 100x150 $2750.00
Liberal terms on all above propositions.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
THOSE BRAZILIAN BATTLESHIPS.
South Ameiicau countries hnvo
built mi many ships of wai which
soouei or later found their wn) Into
the lists of tho leading Povvoik of the
wot Id that eonsldeiablc speculation
has lesulled f 10111 the couth uctlcm of
three Dicaduoughts building In llilt
Ish shlp)aidt, fur the lliazilliu Gov
These are tliciiciiighly modern
warships. '1 lie Minns (leieas will be
lend) lit the fall of next cai, the
Sao Paulo b) the spilng of 1H10, mid
tho Itlo dc .Innelio b) tho spilng of
With a legulmlty that keeps step
with tho silly lumors of war, these
ships have been crecHted as being des
tined for the .Inpancso navy. That
Iheoi) Is pietty well dispelled Ijy
Cieorgo I'lennes in an at tic lo In tho
Nineteenth Centtti). He found that
tho .lapancso wero In no way exercis
ing supervision over tlio construction
of these ships, which, for that uuit
tci, they could have built In secret In
their ovvn jaids. In spite of a gen
et al likeness in plan, the) wcio not
being built according to methods
which the .lapancso Admiralty uni
formly enfoiccs furthermore, the
Ilrnzlllau N'nvnl Commission has clo
claicd that the tin co battleships wcio
part of mi old progiaui which had
been delajed foi )caiH beiauso of
feats that tho ltinzlllau navy was
anti-rcpubllcnn In sentiment.
Mr. riennes nlso cites tho fact that
slnco the era of aimorcd ships be-
(,nu no minor power has over possess
ed vessels which wero light up to the
ht.1nd.11d of the latest and most pow
erful designed for tho Icidlng Povv-
eis, and If mi) hnvo nppionchcd it
they hnvo nluavs been bought b ono
01 tho other of those leading Povvcis."
Ho recalls that othei South American
states have sold their wauhlps. In
1895 Japan bought tho cruiser Id-
zittitl and in 1S0H tho nrmoied ciuls
crs Ivvate and Itlzumo fiom Chill. In
1903 Otcat Hrltnln tool: over tho
battleships 'Iitumph and Swlttsttro
f 10111 Chili to limine ngainst their
passing Into Hussla's hands, nnd Ja
pan bought tho nnuoied cruisers Ku-
suga nnd Nlsshlu from Argentina.
An interesting situation Is pro
duced If mlnoi Povvcra like thosu of
South Atactica 1110 to go Into tho
business of building navies for silo
or hlie All tho carefully laid pro
Kiiinis of tho Naval Powers tiro Mealy
lo bo thiovvn Into confusion. In
tlmo of emeigeucy tlioio might bo
keen, bidding for theso extra vvm
shlps and minor Povvcis would bo
nhlo to pocket 11 handsome profit.
AND HEY SAVED
Washington, ,vur 2r. -An Increase
of J71. S91 nonsl nm btsiioil. with n hi.v-
llng of $l,TI3,r,r,(! out of tho lediicul
nppropiintlon for malnteminco or the
bureau during l'jnios, eovertng Com
mlssloncr of Pensions Warner's ad
ministration, an ajilnst the period of
i90I 04, Is nnnonnred In the compila
tion of figures giver! out at tho Inter
ior Depnitnient to da)
Pioin 1001 to 1901 Inclusive llieio
welc Istuiod 510 ill entincntcs 11 1 pen
sion. Prom 1903 to 190S Inclusive)
(line wcio Issued, not Including 202,
577 IncienscK mulct the act of April
I'l, 190S, made bv .Unctions to pen
fIoiib agintH. 887 ::M. This makes an
Inci case of 371.0S1!
rrom 1901 to 1901 Inclusive theio
was paid as pensions. 11HSSS,y77, and
from 1905 to 190S Inclusive $571,391
1)15 an Increase of $lfi."02,C7t.
ludgo lohn 1. Kotilukoti was this
moinlug apiiolntid ir a District Judge,
Noilli Koua, Haw .11 by Chief Jus
tlco Iliirtvwll and lie later took tho
oath of olllce. Tin ludgo was bus
11) engaged ltir,icc( Iving the constat
illations of his 111 m filunlH this
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Even on the hottest summer day never sticky,
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Fort and Merchant Sts.
Mr GjrssnjnBnsaxv "prat tfiaKnisB
Have you got the
(Continued from Pa;e 11
thing on Thursda) morning.
In cieo tlip-jlllahop had had tho re
quest granted? nnd wero to raalic tho
trip to Sanm with this I'leet, ho
would pi'ou'uttjj be4 on some other
vessel than t'iio'llagshlp, nb she Is ono
of tho fev.- In tho lot which Ins 11
chapluln cln liiard. Tliourh tho vej
soIm all camo out full) liiiiiiuil for
cventhlng warlike, the chaplains In
most cases wero left to othei pursuits
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