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At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Wallaces R. Parrlnifton, - - Editor
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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 0, 1008
How happy Srmitor Lauc'8 ene
mies would be to have him side
tracked Into the oniic ot Sheriff.
In the search for a legal man for
tliu new Senatorial ticket. It In not
necessary to bo bejoml lion. Cecil
It la about time to hear that Sen
ator Dowsett will have to accept a
icnonilnntlou whether he wants it
The first Democratic caucus name
13. M. Watson for County Attorney.
"Wnttlu" Is worthy a better fato than
a place with the "also rans."
Opposition is kooiI in somo In
stances, but Hawaii would make 1
great stroke for ptoRress If it mailu
Delegate Kuhlo's election unanimous.
there arc from 0110 to fixe persons
In Hawaii who would head this f.ilr
land for the degradation of a Com
That feat of catching a baseball
dropped from the Washington monu
ment, accomplished on his thirteenth
effort by Cit-'ie.- Chailca Street, of
tho W . 1, 1:. iu.Mlcnn hc.iKtic
team . st attempted In 1S85 by
I'aul i li A curloua effect noted
by t' ' . i . was an apparent In
crease In the size of tho sphere. At
the start the ball looked like a pea;
is It dtew clobo It seemed to the
Btr.ilncd eye ns large bb a football.
Trying three times, Hlnes once man
aged to touch tho ball. Striking tho
IM"iiii" in iif turcci ocseciii, iiiu
I sphere made n dent less than nn Inch
Honolulu learned to admire the
American sailor while tho Atlantic
licet wns in port. The only change
brought about by the Pacific licet Is
to make It more so.
NO SPITE CAMPAIGN SUPPORT.
Governor Cummins of Iowa hnB a
reputation as tho "Stormy Petrel" uf
politics, l'rom preseut Indications,
Pathcr Hepburn and his associates
ltavo clipped his wings. .
It Is an ambition of tho citizens of
Hawaii to develop 11 stiong patriotic
I (immunity that can govern itwlf nml
satisfy nil tho demands of tho wur
base. They will do It, too.
(lompers with llrynn soliciting tho
labor oto for the Democrats Is in
II more happy position than Uompers
, iilono trying to overthrow Uncle Joe
Cannon In his Congiesslonnl district.
Tho United States anvarnincnt l
moving tho Philippines nw.iy from
liovci'iimcnt-hy-CommlsMloii ns mplil
ly ns possible. Tio tendency Is to
ward sclf-govermuciit, not colonial
ism and nil Its degrading evils.
Hawaii's Colleso should have
easy entraucu examinations, whllo
making It clear that this Institution
is not established to finish olt pupils
who uinunt make good elsewhere.
The Itcpubltcnn lank and fllo hav
ing elected n very repiescntntlvo lot
of men for delegates to tho Territo
rial and County Conventions, tho cn-
jemles of tho party are now striving
to iiiaKc trouble by n general attack
on Itcpubllcans in otneo misrepre
sentation bucked by malice, threats
Inspired by evil purpose.
It Is the old campaign ot spite over
again. Malice. Is evidenced In every
move. Ilrst un effort was mndo to
dlscicdlt tho character of the dele
gates elected. This died ti-hornln'.
Now tomes tho splto campaign
against unicorn of tho County who
have been 11 credit to the party and
faithful servants of the people.
I What tho inembcis of the Munici
pal and Legislative convention will
Ido, this paper has no means of Know
ing. 1 It Is mi obvious fact, however, that
the campaign of spite will have Its
Don't make any mlstako about the
tariff planks ttuit should bo put in
tho political platforms of this Tcril
tory. it js n case of "High Tariff or
Hunt" with Hawaii, mid no tourbo ot
argument will change tho facts.
Tho wold has gnno out from tho
Congressional campaign headquarters
of both parties that no contributions
will .bo lcfiifccd, and n mlstako has
been made If tho people think money
In small quantities is preferred.
effect in n strong retaliatory move
ment if the error ot allowing it to
prevail should bo committed. The
powerful Independent vote of this
County mid Municipality Is llrst for
fair play. If the Illathcisklto and
the llludgcon nie to dictate what
shall he-dune, and the vicious put-mis
Balling under the false cry of
icfurni aio to placo their heels on tee
necks of the delegates mid tell them
what to do, It will bo found that ti.o
Independent spirit of Americanism is
not so far perished from the fine uf
this small M'ltloii uf Hie eaitii as
might be suppobcd,
vc believe that not only the 111.1-
joilty but the overwhelming vote ui
the municipal convention will be for
tlie leelettlou of efllcleut ollhcrs and
the nomination of candidates fur the
complete ticket who will Hccuie for
tl.c ttepuhllrau party on this Island
it j ceplng victory at the polls
1 lie spite campaign wilt assmo (le
SUFFERED FOR YEARS
Says Pt-ru-iui Ccwfilctely Rtstoiti
THE P0L10Y OF RUIN.
Wc can well understand why poli
ticians and papers that seek to cull)
favor with politicians would llko to
ictnlti the old order in Hawaii. Ad
"This is a large Territory, capable
cf growing and forming a great com
monwealth. It would be undoubtedly
best for the proper development of it
that the government go on as it now
is." Governor Frear's statement to
Today a new lssuo Is nrlsing which
will undoubtedly test, once more, tho
elasticity of the American system.
MFIS. CHA3. G!'.03 LOUIS. .,
y-Tyrygsr isr v &,
''The tendency of late has been to
talk Statehood for Hawaii instead of
Government by Commission." Gov
Just what the Govcrnmcnt-bV-Com-mlsslou
organ Is driving at needs lit
tle discussion. Destruction of popu
lar government supported by insult
ing criticism of tho electorate has
been the distinguishing feature ot Its
cffoit since tho Hag was raised over
its picsent contention finds no
merit In necessity, no favorable, rc
sponso from tho people, and not .1
Blnglo support from tho undent prin
ciples or present policies ot the Amei-
How little It coincides with the
views of 0110 who has been intimately
associated with tho progress ot tho
Inlands for many ycaru past and was
selected by the President for tho most
Important HxccuUvo position within
tho Tcirltory, Is obvious.
As n factor In the policy of ruin
for Hawaii, tho campaign of Govcrn-luent-by-Commlsslon,
nml n conse
ntient step down to. tho degraded po
sition of n colony, Is well under
stood. The only question Is: 'how
long the people vWI stund for the
work of the wreckers.
AN ASSISTANT FOR
Congressman I.llloy having been at
tacked by the united millionaires ot
Connecticut it now remains for him
to provo whether tho Now York, New
Haven & Hiutford railway still owns
' tho State. That Is tho headquarters
for orders in the Nutmeg State.
Two-story house; modern; lot 75x
New 2-bedroom Bungalow; corner
Lot 100x150 $2750.00
A choice building lot of half an
J !.J1 .P
Certainly " "knnnka-haters" will
falk Government-by-Coinmlsslon Just
ns tho "Ilnolc-huterH" advocato draw
ing the lace lino and taking nil the
offices. Hut tho two combined make
such a b'nall minority that they are
jnuclt llko Drother Timing noisy,
but not much Ube.
Honolulu dots not much caro whe
ther Harrlman buys tho Oceanic lin
ers or not. Hut wo Join 'in the deep
legret of nil patriotic. Ameilcnns
that our country Is so Indifferent to
tho merchant marine that the salo
of Idle steamers under our Mag must
be contemplated. Some day tho peo
ple will icallzc that it gieitt Navy
without a supporting merchant mar
ine Is ljko "painted ships on n paint
ed ocean." May it not dawn upon
them too late.
Two lots near car line on high
ground, partially cleared.. $800.00
Two-bedroom cottage, good location;
lot 100x160 $2750.00
Liberal terms on all above propositions.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
(Continued from Pise 1
known definitely that worx on :t Is
In tho meantime, n very strong der
rick, with n flno gasoline engine, is
being put up on tho harbor front, be
low tho custom hoiiHo, for tho purposo
of bundling Mollllli stone which Is. to
go to Penil Ilntbor.
Two loomy cars on trucks I mining
back from, tho whnif hnvo been In
stalled, iinil things loolc very business
llko In this particular spot on the
front. Tho gasoline engine has been
tested out, and found In good wnrkln
order. Tho derrick will very shortly
bo ready for Ube. It is n powcifnl
crane, which could linndlo very largo
stones indeed, nml Is to sling their,
nboaid very largo lighters, which nro
capable ot carrying a good many tons
MKH. CHAH. OUOS I.OI IS, Indian
Lorcttc, Quebec, Can., wrllem
"Por years I suffered from n dhease
that the doctors did not understand.
"Oncdsy I rend In the paper about
your oxcellcnt remedy, l'eruna. I pro
cured a bottloof itand look It according
to directions. It was tint long until 1
observed a change for the better.
"I can say that l'eruna bus cured me.
I could not tako any nourishment ex
"I will at nil times cay n good word
for l'eruna. I hold it in the highest
Not only women of rani: and Iclsuro
praiso l'crunn, but tho Industrious, use
ful women engaged in muiiual toll
Mould not bo without Dr. Hartmau'a
The doctor has prescribed It for many
thousand women cvorv vear mid ho
never falls to receive n inultltiido of
letters llko tho above, thanking htm
for bis advice, and especially for the
wonderful benefits ricclvcd from l'o-tuna.
Tho following wholesale druggist
will supply tho retail tru.-le:
Uenson, Smith & Co., Honolulu,
l x-..'"-' .ni$sgy
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fiSouBU. anuMKi u rtXaa
mrxmmor KMOWIWO liwe
We say to you:
Clothes comfort comes only
to those who try for it.
and we tell you plainly that
there are no other clothes
in America that will fit you
with the style that these
clothes dress tyou with.
This is all we can do.
M. McINERNY, LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
CLOSING NIGHTS OF
The engagement ot tho I.umloy Com
pany and tho talented actor Klthard
Duhlcr ut tho Orplicum Is drawing to
n close and theic remains but flvo
moio performances. Tonight will bo
the last performance of the present
bill, "At Plucy Itldgo," which has met
with much success, cinwded houses
having been the rule since the open
Starting tomonow night tho well
known emotional dramn "Cnmlllo,"
will bo produced with special Bcenciy
and costumes. Miss Virginia Thorn
ton will nxstimo ho name rolo, a part
sho has played n number of bcnsous.
It Is said that Miss Thornton us Ca
nilllo Uilngs out all the higher qual
ities of Cnmlllo's nature In such a
manner as to mako her audience for
get tho baser qualities nml to sym
pathize with her completely In bur suf
ferings. Mr. Hlcharda Buhlor will
I play the romantic lover Armand, u
part that fits him llko n glove. The
whole company will bo iiapplly cast
ns there Is not a bad part in tho play.
On Monday evening next, September
11th, u grand testimonial will be given
lo tho talented leading mail mid direct
or, Indian! Iluhler. "Why Snillh I.ert
Homo" will be tho bill Tuesday even
ing, September 15tb, a testimonial in
tho eiimp-my, when lite beison's suc
cess, "Zaza," will bo repeated for tho
last time. A number of high class
vaudeville artists have volunteered
their services and this big fniowcll
bill will end the company's -engage-incut
' Temperatures fi n. m., 74; S n. in.,
77; 10 n. m., 79; noon, 81; morning
llaromotcr, 8 it. in., 30.08; absolute
humidity, 8 n. m., ij.27fi grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n..m.,
G3 per cent; dew point, 8 ti. in., A3.
Wind C a. m., velocity 4, direction
N. H.; 8 a. m., velocity 8, direction K.;
10 a. m., velocity 7, dliectlon K.; noon,
velocity 9, direction N. E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a
m.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 20C miles.
VM. n. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
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The anniversary of California's ad
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with great onthuslasm. If California
had been turned over to (Jovcrnment-by-Commlsslon
on account of the
lnrgo'number of war basei It contains
pud because ot the agitation of Den
nis Kearny and tho corruption of tho
Abe Utiefs, this would be u day ot
jnourlng for Native Sous. And yet
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
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