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BVBN1NQ BULLETIN, H6N0MILP, T. It,, TUKSDAY, SEPT. IB, 1008.
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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Wttnco R. Pnrrlnjjton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
THl ' Editorial Rooms,
I CI,eusiness Office,
Kcr)boil Bocny li be iilcKltip on
-rrr 4 r r ,
at PotcrsltttrK lins it fiill-llcilKcil
clmlcni epidemic Hint Bliuulil bt.ut
the sinltnry corps at vorU through
out tlia wurlil !
The lii(Icioiiiloiil-i)tliiK business
ran w orK both nH, The best plan
Is ii ticket at :teiac6 citizens anil
then Bland 1 It.
The Kcpuliitctii ptrty nlanila pit
on Kuiopemt limnlfiiatloii and thn
Kooil work will bo on with Btcaillly
Increasing 1'eder.il support. I
Having rccclM.il the support of the
President, the. net (liustion la wlietli
rr Governor IIukIich will nsk hint to
'O K" his lottet of mri'ititncc. i
If lila opponeiiP-i cnulil miishnl its
I.irge ti Bharo .if public (onlldcnco
and otea as Ale itii.torlson, their
nast erltlclsm illicit bu considered
The niau wlio unulH the part) tick
et fr.ttued Just to suit him would, if
lie had Ills way, produce :i curio, but
of no .iluo lu K .lining the .ippioval
of the people. ' '
Maine's Republican Convention for
nomination of a candidate for (Un
ci nor was marked hi ttio most uiic
)0Etcd wltlidruwal of Sir. rruald'a
chief opponent Kvldcutly hu t.iv
If the Hawaii College, of Agricul
ture nnii Mechanic Arts flturted with
less than flo regular students, it
would still lime u morn uusplclous
opening than many institutions now
ilcvelope'd to great universities.
The depositary law has nt laRt
gained the suppoit of a part plat
form. This should mean a speedy
cluingo from the old system of taking
Territorial coin from general circu
lation until it gradually works out
through the npproprhtlotis,
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM.
Tho Republican platform adopted
by tho Territorial Convention meets
tho Issues of tho hour und tho appeal
to the people Is supported by a splen
did record of accomplishment.
"The document is long but thero Is,
full Justification for It in tho appro
priate recitation of tho many things I
tho party has done and the definite1
declarations on tho lending problems,
now beforo the peoplo of tho TcrVi-l
Successes ot tho two je.irs just
passed mako tho plunso "point with
prltlo" lit tho occasion. Tho Nation
al and tho Teirltnrlal Jcaders como in
for enthusiastic endorsement ns tho
greatest and most offoettvo working
team tho Islands huvo cor had for
the iKhanccment ot thoii welfare.
On tho National issues with which
tho future ot tlicso Islands is vitally
nssnclated, tho platform Is direct, pos
itive, and epitomizes tbp patriotic
public sentiment ot Hawaii.
Continued prosperity hero nnd on
tho mainland depends on continued
Tho prestige, of tho American Na
tion in tho Pacific rests on tho up
building of a merchant marine nnd
tho probPtuo of American steamships
in tho avenues of tonimercc. To
compete with foreign nations theso
lne3 must ho assisted by tho Rovcrn
ment, Hqu illy Impoitnnt to tlin Nation Is
tho development ot Pearl Harbor and
tho construction ot tho Navy Yard
which Is now practically under way.
Citizen labor is a (list considera
tion of local prospcilty, nnd tho freo
fisheries aro worthy a vigorous cam
paign. Thn land plank of thn platform Ik
a flist-class statement of a common
Rcnso business polity for this Terri
tory. Tho spirit of this plank is lo
cal sclf-govfirnmcnt fiom llrbt to last.
Tho shortcoming of tho present law
Is admitted, but litis Is no reason why
tho Torrltory of Hawaii should sur
render tho administration of tho pub-
lit liindu nnd In f.n rlnlnir Rnrrlflm ti
largo,' measure of Independence which
distinguishes Hnwall hs a Torrltory
of moro than ordlnnry capacity.
TerSk Moulin,,,,., J ,aj0
Per ear, anywhere In US I.x
Pel Year anywhere In Canada ,, I, Bo
Per Year vosipalj, lorelci a.to
EntercJ at the rontoiTicr at Honolulu
SEPTEMBER 15, 1008
Immigration Is not met In tho
x.uiio frank und nggresle manner.
Tho plnnk wis olnlousl) diawn to
temper thn hi ml of opposition, but
umplllled lij the vlgoious words of
tho Delegate In his speech of accept
ance, It shows that the pirty Btamls
b the Itlght on this important topic,
"Dcvulopinont on traditional Ameri
can lints" coers n great deal of
gronntl, hut does in In tho rlglit spir
it, Tito Republican party of Hawaii
l.tiB not anerved from the policies of
tho federal and Tcriltorlnl Ailmluts-'
lMiiuitlon Is tlic siHnm for grcit
results In tho Tenitory. The party
tould not do better than promlso that
the good work shall go on, Tho great
leprosy pioblem Is to be met by a
new line of action that should place
Hiiwall more than ever lu tlto lead of
all places on earth In its struggle to
wipe out the disc mo and nmcllortao
'.ho terrible suffering it brings. Not
a whit less important Is tho fight
against the .great white plaguo that
kads all other diseases as a destruct
ive agent among our population.
Tho tn question is handled in a
spirit of p.orressho Intelligence. Tho
time is lumlug when the whole taxa
tion rivatim of Hawaii must bo mod
crilroil, mid t'nt nieans revolution
ised Tho Republicans plan to do
this gradually no that thn revolution
will bo in ho form of a natural, pro
Tho plank for a depositary law Is a
llnnl victory for right business meth
ods la conducting tho iluauics of tho
Tenitory. There should ho nn end ot
Idle coin locl'cd up lu tlto Trctsttry
Miults, when thn people need all tho
cit diluting medium possible.
This ) pal's deiliratlou for a direct
prlimry law. ton pled with a similar
ono li tho Democrats, must usstira
tho passage of this law ut tho next
session of the Legislature. I, Hiding
facilities at the Island ports am inti
mately associated with tho progni-s
of tho Independent propert -holder.
An imcstlgatloii tin outlined Is a very
necessiry Item lu tho campaign of
Two-story house; modern; lot 75x
New 2-bedroom 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,
' . ' aWTSPrMLBHiBarB. bar al II.
Hawaiian Sugar Stocks and
Ilonds of tho better class me
rcgatded as good and safo In
vestineiitri by our most r ire
ful and conservative, business
men, and tunny of them am
now dorhlng goofl Iniomei
from their Investments lu
these seiitrltloi. Why not put
thte idle dollars of jmim to
work li bit) tug n fow good
dlvldcml-pnjIiiK shares? You
will bn urn prided at tho re
sults. Consult us about It
In pcri-on or b) mill.
Sjwnfc Ijwd &W
Amcrlcsn growth. If c aro to hae
bona lldn settlers and ImnilgrnntH and
fruit-growers, theso people must linvo
free and convenient landings.
Taken as a whole, the platform sets
forth n blind schemo for Territorial
progress. It shirks no responsibility
and lends the way In u masterly stlc
born of high purpose. Willi tho flrst
chss tlcktt which Delegate Kuhlo
will lead, tho Republican party
should bo certain of victory und tho
people of another two Je.us of prog
ress and proipcrlt).
MAINE RESULT CAUSED BY PRO
HIBITION. llalno has ghen anj thing hut n
wclcomo response for the Republican
campaigners. There was reason to
opcct a reduced plutnllty on account
of the bitterness on tho Piohlbltlon
Issue, but tho oto ot Monday must
hao been a surprise to ecu tho
A great many of the citizens of
1 Maine, especially In tlto cities, aro
violently opposed to tho present pro
hibition laws, and this opposition has
found expression through tho Demo
cratic demand that tho poitlons of
tho Stato Constitution bearing on
liquor prohibition ho resubmitted to
Tho Democrats this jc.tr In addi
tion to their growing c.tuso among
tho residents of Maine cities, had as
a candldito for Governor Obadlnh
Gardner, a former master of tho Stato
Grange, a very powerful organization
throughout the rountiy 'districts.
Thus tilt) opponents of tho Republi
cans had a moro popular cnuso with
which to draw from tho cities and a
moro popular man to gain votes from
tho rural districts than Tor jcais.
Tho returns show that tho combina
tion wotkett well.
X. 1 Incu I Id nvrl ri ti 4 linn Ili inln
for Governor will be tho rctuins from
tho Congressional districts. The Re
publicans linvo two now candidates
in tho Held us successors to tho lain
Congressman Powers and Congress
man Llttlcllcld, resigned. Powers'
successor probably won by tho usual
margin, but tho Republican dissen
sion has been serious In I.ittlcllcld'R
district, where tho Democrats had
homo hopo of success.
It is not surprising that tho dis
patches announcing the slump In
Mnlno enrr) the statement that Can
tlldato Taft will tako tho stump for a
swing nrountl tho circle. Tho Malnn
result in Its Infliionco nn tho Nation
al situation Is almost as fortunato for
tho Democrats an tho.clcctlon of their
Governor would havo been. It will
stir tho enthusiasm of Democratic
workers nnd rouso tho Republicans
from any apathy from which they
may he suffering.
Ono of tho possibilities of tho Im
mediate futuro is that tho Republi
cans may offset tho moral Inlluonco
of tho lo3a lu Mnlno by ranking In
roads on tho Democratic plurality ot
Southern Stales holding elections
1 rovlous to November.
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Tho best aid to temperance Is some
thing that will strengthen tho drunk
ard's wrocked nervous sstcm nnd euro
his iinnntur.il ci axing for drink. Wc
jio'.lovo tht nny man who really do
siras to bo cured of the liquor habit
can cure himself by using Orrlnc. This
remarkable treatment has made so
many cures that wc aro glad to sell It
under an absolute guaranteo o refund
he money if It docs not cure.
It Is In two forms' No. 1 that can
bo given secretly, and No. 2 for thoia
who wish to he cured. It is not only
tho most reliable treatment known, hut
It Is also tho most economical ns It
toslB only $1 a box and thern Is no de
tention from the usual duties, while If
n euro is not effected, thero is no ox-
penso whatever. .Mall orders filled on
.ecelpt of prlco In plain scaled pack
ape. Wrlto for fien booklet. The Or
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(Continued from Faze 1)
Sheriffship, tho talk about nominat
ing Carlos Long, who it Is thought
would hnvo better chances ot defeat
ing Jarrett, tho Democratic candidate.
Is getting stronger. Long sildthls
foienoon that ho could not say as ct
whether ho would trv for the oincc,
as this depended much upon how
nutters turned out during tho next
few das. lie had hud no confei
enecs with Wlso about Hie ptoposltlon
of having him run for "Deputy Sher
iff, or about tho matter at all.
Tlicro aro iuan candidates for (he
Deputy Sheriffship, though nona of
them seem to ho making n very
strong fight for tho olllce. Tho latest
asplinnt Is Joo Leal, who has been
seven jenrs In tho pollco department
with an excellent rtcoid, nnd who
hopes that his experience may help
him in landing the nomination. Tho
others who havo bicn urged by thclt
friends to run me Henry Van (ilcsou,
Kaletopu, and Harry Lake.
Tho new Hxfcutlvc Commllteo of
tho Republican Territorial Ccntinl
Committee held Its Mist meeting nt
headquarters, Jhs morning, all being
piesent, with tho exception of Ilol-
stcln of Kohulu, Tho financial end
of tho campaign was discussed nt
some length, hut It was Dually deetd-
n.l I 1. .!..A n ... ..111.
Jl til IILIKU Mllllll ill IlltlgClllUlllH Willi
tho County Committee, whereby the
work of getting jmrmcrlpllotiB for tho
campaign fund Would ho divided liu-
'J lib rominlneo"wJis iiiianlmnus iip
favor of ronccnlr.itliig tho sttcngtli
of tho organization especially in tho
place where it nar, weakest, particu
larly West Hawaii, nnd with this
cad In view Clialruinn A. L. ('. Atkin
son will leave for tho Rig Island tho
week after UtAt. i His pjirposo Is to
perfect the,-(iK'a,Ulzatlou .there, and
to ntt as fir as poslblc as a liiihln-
gcr for Kuhlo, traveling ahead of him
to arrange for his meetings.
It was also dccldcM that tin ntlempt
blioutd bo made, to sccuio thn use ot
tho old hcidquartcrx nbove thn II t
wailan Trust Co. on Tort sticct din
ing the cimpilgn.
After this meeting hud been con
cluded n meeting of tho cntlm Cen
tral Commllteo was held in the s.iirn
place. Hem tho plans iIIhcusvI at
the picvlous meeting wcin taken up
again, and Atkinson oil ltd for ie-
ports fiom tlitj varloim districts. Tills
tesulted lu a showing to tho effect
that West Hawaii .was tho weukist
spot In tho Republican, organization.
.Maul promised a clean sweep; J P.
Cooke stated that tho Fourth District
was nlwajs "theio with the sooth";
whllo IVrnandcz opned, spinklng for
tho riftd, that a. good deal of hard
work would bo necdod. there to insure
Link McCamllesH loft tills noon In
tho Mnmm Ken for Hllo, wheutn ho
will Btnit on Ills slumping tour
.wound Hawaii. It Is understood tit it
Kuhlo will Blurt on ills trip of tho
Hlg Island next week.
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