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KVBNIINU BUlJliEiimnunuuuuvi ,
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(Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
',V'allnco R. Pnrrlngton,
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Pet War K1tid, foreign , I3.ti
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
ry ( Editorial Rooms,
1 d. Business Office,
MAE THE PLATFORM CLEAR CUT!
AND PATRIOTIC. !
The print Ip.tl vvorU before tlio He
litililU.tti TorritorI.il Convention, tlt.it
meets on Mondav, Is tttc platform. !
'lltu rciiiiiiitu.ttloii of Delegate Ku-I
Mo N of course assured. Tito otei
-wilt bo unanimous nutl although lu
'one senso oitl a form.illtj . will gtvoj
tilt opportutiltv for tho members of
"the p.itt tti express their high npprc
tl.ftlon of thu Doltgalo's efforts for
t lie peoplo nnd ptopurb congratulate
lilltt tin Ilia lcinnrUitbto success lit I
ifr.ilnltiK results for Hawaii.
1 lie lteptililic.in pl.itform will of'
)ic(ossitv be homcwlint lengthy bc-l
jiaiiFe It la pioper tlntt In tills docu-'
incut tliu people should lie remlmleil
'of the Kplentliil letoul of accomplish-1
mint tltu part) has to Its credit. Tito
two jcars passed sltico tlio Litest Itc-i
ptibllenit victor lino been marked
b) grand U'Stilts both In tlio National '
('oiigr.H, (ontiolleil by the. ltopith-j
. llcans. nml tlio Hawaii LcglsHtuio, j
'coiiliollcd b tlio Itcpuhllcans. j
There Is more to do Ami the Tto- f
publican part) will be expected to
ret tlio p.ico and otitllno Issues thnt
appeal to tlio people while promoting
our development as mi Amellcati com
monwealth. Tlio declaration for a, high pro
tective tariff nud a further protec
tion of Industries that will ndwtncc
the iiiuso of t lie Independent holder
of land and of tlio American vvorh
lngman, should be clear and unquall
lied. The land question Is certain to ho
a leading Issue In tlio campaign. Re
publicans should meet It ns the) have
mot other problems, by loading tlio
way In n definite ptognim of local
contiol exercltod In the spirit of llb
i oral Americanism, hand for tlio cit
izen who seeks n livelihood and a
permanent homo Is tlio object all
Invo In view The Republicans
should demand that our I mil bo put
In the hands of bon i 11 de settlors and
laws icvlscd as may be necessarj to
best serve this purpose I
Revolutions in the administration
of tlio public land business are de
manded The) should bo brought
about without the ttiln which would
lie Involved In the Demoiintlc part) '4
plan of titMng this featuro of local
folf-Kovciuini'iit aw I) fiom Ibo peo
plo of Hip Terrltoi), to suv nothing of
- the revenue derived under tlio pics
Immigration Is nnother luipoitaut
Issue on which the party ought to
take it positive stand, though oppos
ing pintles strive to make this vital
factoi of Americanizing IlawuII un
popular. The Democrats have passed this
subject over with, a generality that
Hawaii must be cither nll-Amerlcan
or nll-Oilcntal That Is trtio enough.
'1 ho Republicans should present u to
Iutlon nn till Aincrlcnii scheme
'llils solution Is found in the J'.u
ropcin Immlgiatlou project for la
bor. Opponents of the party nro already
"fostcilng ultlclsm of thn Delegato
t and of the Republicans for what has
hi en done to put cltlcns or thoso
illglblo to hecomo citizens In tlio
Ileitis to do the libor for which our
developing Industries have u steadily
growing dim. mil. Under tlio elrcuni-
sinned) mid at the present tlmo this
oppodtlnu amounts"' (f seditious doc
trines for lulsleadlug tlio Ignorant
nud aiding Hie Nation's enemies.
The tltlt us of thhVTonltoiy lne
spc(tlvo of lace, ot color huvo n gieat
icsponslblllty to perform In their re
lation, with their common cotintiy.
Thoy will show neither patriotism
nor n proper nppicclatlou of their
(Juty If thc oppoo Immigration "bo-
(icaute It will bilns now vutcis Into
?l'tho Islands" or icfratn fiom Its nd-
' - ... .n.' l.n'il.CA .... ffr.in.a.nt nt .. nil.
1IIV..V IMlllUOU .... lljllWllUll 1.1 llllllt-
.clous oleinont in tlio elcttorato inaj
bo Input need by vicious persons who
tippc.il lu projudlic, lot tlio result bo
destructive us It may to our Nation's
The Immigration policy carried
out b) thn Tenltoiial Ailmlulstiatlon
under thu Immigration Hoard criitid
by a Itepubllcin Legislature Is a safe,
guard of the piospcious fiituie and
of the Americanism ot tfils Tcultoiy
It is Hlght. It should bo advanced
lu every way possible
'St destructive us It may to our Nation's
K" v vvcii.tie.
mf The Immigration policy carried
IRjju ' out h) tho Tenltoiial Adiiilnlstintlon siXT OftQalt '
fflRr under thu Immigration Hoard crtitid MvlSiwBSK!fU. " TUESDAY. SEPT. 1ST.
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Issued on Tuesday of each week.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per "Six Month ffl .Bo
rtr Year anyhfre In V S I. no
Pri V,car atijwhcte In Canada ., f.fs
PtrVcat kimiIJ, itrtlRi a.tio
Entered At the rt office at Honolulu
a ftcvumlclaii nmtttr
SEPTEMBER 12. 1008
That being tlio case, there Is but
one thing for tho Republican party.
In convention, to do. Stand bv what
Is obviously n patriotic tint) that
which Is Right rianie a straight
forward Immigration plank, stand by
It, light for It. And If there bo any
who wish to nil) themselves with
rotrcgreT'l 1 1 ait. iin-Aiiicrliau pro
gram' 1 1 tliemdolt '1 hen wo shall
knov how manv pitilollc (ltlzens wo
hnvi hi t P'tiltui) The Nation
will know whom to 1 1 list.
Tho II it I I o 1 1 u believes th it land
nud Immigration me two all-lmpor-t
nit Issues bcfoio tho people today,
so far us local administration Is ton-
A Chance to Spend Regatta, Day
at the Crater.
If stilllclent bookings arc made be
fore Tuesday, Sept. 10th, tho S. S.
MAUNA KRA will leave Honolulu
I'lldny evrnlnr. Sept IStli, and re
turn Monday morning following lu
time for business.
Latest leports indicate unusual
demonstrations in the pit. Local au
thorities who witnessed the tempor
ary disappearance and subsequent ro
turu of tho lire last week pronounce
It to have been the grandest exhibi
tion that "I'elo" has ever given.
Don't delay; i?ct your name on the
list. You wll have over twenty-four
hours at the Volcano.
Tor tickets appl) to
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Hawaiian Sugar Stocks and
Hands of the better class nre
legarded nn good and bafo In
vestments h) our most cue
fill and conservative business
men, and many of them arc
now deriving good incomes
fiom their Investments in
thoso securities. 'h) not put
those Idle dollars of )ours to
wink b) bii)lng u few good
dlv blend-paving Bhnres? You
will bo stirpilecd at the ic
tulls. Consult us about It
lu pel son or by mall.
qit. Tent U,HqmUv
rcrncd. They should not bo side
tracked bv squabbles over tho liquor
law or tho pctt) things of which cx
(ovcrnor Carter made pointed lefcr
enco In his nddicss Friday before tho
High School nNscmhly.
The ptuposo of tho Republican par
t) Is to build up in Hawaii it patriot
It, Holf-irspoctlng, law-abiding, liome
bulldlng citizenship rapahlo ot tho
largest lncisute ot self-government
possible uiidei the American l'lag.
Its plitfoim deelaratlons should bo
WHAT OUR JAPANESE CHILDREN
Captain l'uiu)a, ot tho Japancso
tialnlug ship now in tho haibor, told
tho ehlldicn of ti lotal Japanese
school to bo ovci loval to their coun
tiv, which has never been defeated
in war b) nny nation.
Dr Katsukt, educated In America
and numbered anions tho leading
professional men of Hawaii, told tho
audlcnco gathered at the opening of
tho McKlnlcy High School that tho
Japanese children born and educated
lu tho county will bo thoroughly
American and lo).il citizens ot the
These speeches, made on the samo
day, nio Interesting and significant.
Tho captain of tho training ship
said what might bo oxpectcd. Ho
doea not wish to lose any Japanese
citizens. Ho Is a warrior by profes
tlon. Tho phjslclau bus become a man
of tlio world, untl whllo Ills lovo for
the home-land Is not dimmed ho np
picclatcs tho fact that tho natural
tendency ot nny people Is to ncccpt
citizenship in the land ot their birth.
Ho believes this will bo ns truo of tho
Japaneso ns It has proved to bo ot the
Huropcans who have como nnd ate
continuing to come to America in
Keep those speeches In mind when
studying out tho fultiio of Hawaii.
CONGRESSMAN JONES' SUCCESS.
Hawaii has n special Interest In
the sin cess of C'ongn ssmiiii Wesley
Jones at tho primaries which named
the Republican candidate for United
States Senator fiom tho Stato ot Wash
lugtnn. Mr. Jones was ono of tho
vlsltois with tho Congressional party
and while gaining knowledge of tho
Tcirltory made friends ovcrvwhero.
Ills nomination undoiihtedlv means
his elcctlctjn to the Senate. This will
give tho Nation ono moro proved p.i-
1 1 lot lu tho uppci house, and Hawaii
a powciful f i lend who is In touch
with nnd undeistauds tho needs ot
Amcilea In tho l'ac'llc.
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l'lrst Methodist episcopal Church
David W. Crane, pastor. Sunday
school, 9M5 a. m. Morning worship,
11 o'clock; sermon b) tho pastor, "1)1
vino Drawing." Epworth League, C:J0
p. in. livening service, 7:30 o'clock;
sermon by the pastor, ' Hternal Hell "
l'rof. Lewis will prcsldo at the orgnn
nnd direct tlio chorus choir. Mrs
Well will sing during tho morning
servlco and Mrs. rinlcy in tho even
ing. Tho public Is cordially Invited to
meet nnd worship with us.
Central Union Chuich Hlblo school,
!l! If. n tl1 M flt.ihii twlratilli n t 11
n'rloek! tlin mlnlutnf ulll ntnnrli. mill
ject, Old Testament Topics No VII,
woman h rain. 1110 uiiiiitunn i;n
deavor Society will meet at fi..10 p. m.
In tho nevy Parish House nnd will bo
led by tho president, Miss Lulu Law
Rvenlng worship at 7.3') o'clock; ser
mon by tho minister, subject "Orlg
Tlio Catholic Church of 8t John tho
llaptlst, Knllhl-wacnn, In chaigo ot
Rev. rather Clement Tomorrow, Sop
tcmber 13th. Tcnst of the Holy Naino
of Mary, 8:30 n. nx. high mass, ser
mon, collection, smui.iv scnooi ! p
m , Uosnry.
KOREANS AND CHINESE
IN LIVELY MIX-UP
(Special to tho II u I lc tin)
WAILUKU, Mnul. Sept. 11. A
baud ot Koreans attacked and in
Jtlled seveial Chinese at Klpahulll
Prld.iy night. The Koicans and Chl
ncso wero cujojlng tho plcnsuirs of
gambling. Tho former won cverj
thlng and tho Chlncso went Into
debt. Tho Koreans piessed for Im
mediate payment, nud tho cunning
Mongolians IcTt tho building, telling
the winners that the) would return
with tho money. The Koreans watt
ed but no Chinese or money hovo lu
sight. Hours passed mid tho Chi
nese were still looking for a loan to
pa) their honest debts
The Koreans could wait no longer
to they searched every houso lu tho
in Igliboi hood for tho missing Chi
nese, nnd when tho latter wero found
landed on thcni to get their money
or their Just pound of llesh. Money
at that time nnd place was a scarce
(ommodltv, whljo ot tho latter thcro
was enough to go mound. And llko
a hand of hungry wolves tho Koreans
Jumped on the Chinese and almost
made inlnco pic of them. How tho
Chinese managed to i scape with their
lives wits n mstery, but such Is tho
(use, nnd thoy have vowed never to
engigo In any moie fi loudly guues
with the sons of tho Hermit King
dom. Deputy tpountj Altai ncv 1), H.
Knhnulello Is at lldn.i now Investl
ratlng tlio caueo of tho row, and In
cidental!) taking advantage ot his
presence theio to study othei Inlii
cite subjects for 'tho benefit of his
Tcmperiturca G n. m , 73; 8 am,
"(! in a m. 79; noon, SO; niornhg
I liiilinuiii 73
fl"i mietir. 8 u. m . .10 01; absolute
iiiiiuhlli) S ,i. m, (1 27fi grains ir
cubic root, Kljtlvo hunilcllt). S a m,
(. per ti ul do.- point, S a m , CI.
Wind -tin in , vuIim It) 1, dilution
S. W; 8 a ii, vcloclt.v 17, dlitcllon
N. i: ; Id n. m , velocity 20, dliecllou
N. i: ; noon, velocltv 20, direction N K.
Rainfall during 21 hums ended 8 a
n. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
bonis ended at noon, 297 miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
Executive Committee of hoard of
directors of the 'grnpo growers pio
posei to Innugurnto campaign
thioiighoul tho United States In tho
Intel est of California wines.
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