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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
OalJy every day except Sunilay. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Parr-.njjton. - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
r Month, anihete In U.S. .8 .7n
Per Quitter, arvwhere in U.S.. . 3,uu
Per Veur, nlicre InU.S H.oo
Per Vctr, postpaid, foreign, . f 2.00
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
Hrvj Evditorial Rooms, . 185
CIMBusiness Office, 256
Entmil it the TolofTice nt Honolulu
m apcoml dai imttcr.
THURSDAY 777. SEPTEMBER 17, 1908
No- secret balloting In tills yc.ir'n
Comity com ent lull.
Don't let the Republican party dis
grace Itself with u repetition or last
year's ohlbitlon of delegates voting
In seciot booths.
ltcpubllcans saw tho crovvdod
schtml problem mining and promlito
to provlilo school liour.es to accommo
date tho children.
Of course yon hnvc registered. You
would not spend all this llmo talking
of what ought to bo tlono and wind
up by losing jour ole.
Democratic success depends on Ite
'publican dissension. Therefore what
is to bo accomplished for thn Heptlb
llcans under hatched liruwiiv ?
Hon. Cecil ltrown Is one uf the
best men Oalm intili: Imvo In tho Sen
ate. The cry fo "Rood men" need
not bo raised while ho Is a .n liable.
The threats of tho Civic Federa
tion to do or not to do remind ono of
Sir. T. Itlchards' letter to Senator
Coclho on tho Local Option question.
In spile of results In .Maine and
Arkansas, no ono Is roa'dy to become
excited over tho probability of Mr.
Taft's majority being seriously re
duced. ' '
The Secret Voters' League Is tho
latest. And It probably hau us latgo
n voting membership as tho other
sandbag political organizations of tho
livery man with a otc Is privileg
ed to use It to satisfy spite. The
cause of decent government and self
respecting manhood must suffer, how
ever, from such an unfortunato abuso
Chairman Atkinson wilt find
enough to occupy all his time If ho
starts out to straighten tho Hawaii
muddle. Tho first thing needed Is
to root out tho stny-at-liomo sours
and set them at work.
Candidate llcCandlcss on Hawaii
Is no doubt making it easier for C.ui
illdnto Kuhlo, by rousing tho pcoplo
to a realization that thcro Is an elec
tion this fall nnd they aio supposed
to come out and do their part.
Depa.rturo of Dr. Cofcr from serv
ice at this port Is mlsfortuno for Ha
waii. Dr. Cofcr Is by far tho ablest
officer of tho Marino Hospital Service
ever stationed at this port, and that
castB no discredit on tho others.
it Is safer to bet on a horso race
that Is llxed than to risk funds on the
outcome, of a convention whero n
good share, of tho delegates nro said
to havo piomlsed to voto for each of
three candidates for tho s.imo nfllcc.
Candldato llryan will not fijll of
election if tho number of speeches
made is to determine tho successful
man. The trouble, is that ho has to
say so much In explanation of what
ho was ouco and Is not now.
IMItorlal comment of Australian
papers Indicates that thn enthusiasm
over tho American Tlcet caused wor
ry lu London that tho Anglo-.Tnpan-csn
nlllunco might bo forgotten. This
was mado moio Impressive by Alls
tiallan rcassuraneo that such was not
tho case; tho pleasure, over tho en
tcitntnment of tho Amoi leans was
merely tho result of kinship nnd
blood being thicker than water.
Commissioner Loomis suggests j
that Hawaii diversify its Industries.
Ho Is quite right, but theso dlyoralfl
catlons must havo tho asslstanco of
tho ptotcctlvo tariff it thoy aro to
succeed. Coffee, If given a very small
measure of protection, would bn an
ideal industry for tho man with a.
small plot of land and a home. With
out protection It merely exists In a
very insignificant wny and Is noted
principally for what It might bo. l'io
tcctlon Is tho keynote of nil industrial
suce'ess in Hawaii.
Whilo tho Amorlcan Fleet wns at
Bydnoy n correspondent of tho Hci
ald delivered himself of views on
immigration in a style that makes'
Per SI Montlu s .Ho
Per Ver, anywhere In U S. 1 .00
Pet Year, nnywliete In Canada... I.Bo
Per Year postpaid, foreign 3.oo
good literature for Hawaii. Ho said:
I "The best qualities of lhiropeau laces
llinvo contributed to establish tho
great American lepubllc, ct wo havo
In our midst men who repel tho Idea
of encouraging Immigration from Ku
rope. An unreasoning prejudice
seems to prevail against tho Italian
and tho .lew, who together are con
ti Hinting moro of tho elements of tho
'coclal organism la Amcilca than alt
jollier nationalities put together. Tho
word 'D.i go' litis lu It tin element of
dread; It carries tho sound of thn
dagger and tho dynamltn bomb. Yet
Ithu experience of tho vast majority
of tho Italians in America has shown
them to be temperate, frugal, and or
derly cltUcns, and ery deslrablo ax
Immigrants. Tho Jew is branded us
iueiccnaiy and unscrupulous, on nc
I count of his natural greed for wealth.
Yet thcro are no moro law-abiding
citizens of the United States than tho
I denizens of tho (Ihcttoes. nnd their
;ambltlon, success, nnd patriotic spirit
ihavo made them n byword among tho
Inatlons. Tho Italian nnd tho Jew
have not wrecked Ainorlcn. On tho
tontiary, they havo contributed
their slimo for tho country's weal,
jr.iid have left her the better for their
coming. Here, too, In Australia, an
opportunity should bo given tho Ital-
II.1U and tho .low. 'Removed from tho
I Hweat-shops and slums of tho great
cities, and given tin opportunity to
ncqulro n home, however radical their
theories of government and Individ
ual right may havo been, thoy will
becomo conservative, and support in
piuctlco thoso Institutions tinder
whefto piolectlon they acquired. thol'r.
SPITE WORK IS NOT HARMONY.
We doubt that tho delegates of tho
Oalm convention will forget that
when thicnts of scratching tho party
ticket becomo a habit, two can play
nt tho same game.
Spite does of courso enter Into pol-
Two-story house; modern; lot 75x
'New 2-bedroom Bungalow; corner
Lot 1UUX10U $2700,00
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
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Huljt' Toiler rn m Da nv
lfnwnllau Sugar Stocks nnd
1 loads of tho better class tiro
regarded as good a nil safe In
vestments by our most care
ful and conservative business
men, nnd many of them are
now dcilvlng good Incomen
fiom their Investments lu
theso securities. Why not put
thoso Idle dollars of yours to
worlc by buying n few good
dividend-paying shares? You
will bo surprised at tho re
sults. Consult us about It
lu perron or by mall.
5jwd Ijmk &W
"I do not know much about the
tariff, but I know this much,
when we buy manufactured goods
abroad, we get the goods and
the foreigner gets the money.
When we buy the manufactured
goods at home we get both the
noods and the mnnnv."
Hawaii's Prosperity and rapid
American development depends on
continued tariff protection, and tho
vote of the people in November should
be a demonstration of where Hawaii
Hies nt times. Hut splto must bo rec
ognizee 'fn ills tmo-rhnratter. it can
hoi lio softened or changed by calling
Tho duty of tho delegates Is to te
lect n fair tivorngo ticket for tho pal
ly, whero officers havo carried on
their duties to tho general satisfac
tion of tho public nnd scok rcnomlna
Hon, they should have It. It splto
vvorkors threaten to kniro n candldato
for purely personal reasons tho con
vention should rlso nbovo petty work
nnd trust to the common sense of tho
pcoplo to reputllato such methods.
It Is qulto as Important that tho
majority should not bo ridden down
by the minority na It is to prevent tho
tall from wagging tho dog to no good
political or governmental purpose
BRING OUT THE CANDIDATES.
Tho request that candidates for of
flco on tho Republican ticket shall
make themselves known, Is timely.
Tho situation presents n prospect
of ono or two convention contests
that will bo fought with considerable
bitterness, and to much Intcicst has
centered ou tho rclatlvo strength of
various candidates for Sheriff nnd
Mnjor that legislative necessities aro
Honolulu needs n stiong Hoard of
Supervisors qulto as much as a capa
ble nnd good-looking Mayor.
Tho requirements of good govern
ment demand the nomination of ex
perienced and, Intelligent men for tho
Sennto and House. The Legislature
should not bo Blighted becnuso thcro
happens to bo a brisk fight over tho
municipal candidates. Uuslncss
should not wholly censo on account
of n dog light on tho corner.
If the best results nro to ho obtain
ed In tho legislative lists of tho Ter
ritory and municipality, tho peopln
must know who tho candidates aio
likely to bo. Tho canvass for tho
I M " ' ' i -i i
TUESDAY, SEPT. 1ST,
AX S U ULUUit
nominations must bo carried on In
tho open. Tho leglslatfvo poslH
should not under nny rlrcumslnnces
bo left In tho gnrbago box to bo used
merely for trading purposes.
A resident of tho country districts
has said that n man who aspires to
nn ofllro In Hawaii should get under
tho bed nnd let someono tomo nnd
find him, so that It will appear ho
has been dlswnorod nnd called by tho
people. Should ho come out In tho
open and worlc manfully nnd honest
ly for n plnco.on tho ticket, ho would
bo Immediately attacked on, all sides.
Thcro may ho a measure of truth
lu this, but that does not change tho
fact that the pcoplo should hayo un
rpporlunlty of expressing themselves
berore tho convention votes.
In this way nlono are they nblo to
register their objections before, nnd
not scratch their ticket after, tho
Lino up tho candidates whero tho
public can see them all.
Hdltor K v o 11 n g 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n :
Is not Walter (1. Smith, editor of tho
Advertiser, now nt hugo without u
dial, because tho Indictment found
by tho Ornnil Jury against him for
tho crime of Perjury was no), prosed,
by tho Attorney (lencraPs Depart
ment, when Cnthcart was prosecut
ing Deputy? ,
Sept. 17, 'OS.
Editor Kvonlng Hiillotln:
Doing n seeker after truth, I beg to
ask If tho Ap Taylor mentioned In
tho morning's Bheet Is tho same Tuy
lor who, nt tho lsot Inquiry, admlttod.
that ho received clgaru galoro fiom
tho lied Light Agent?
If the person I cuqutro about la
tho Into Chief of Defectives then tho
nomination of him -ns Shciin. on
the Republican ticket would, nt
least, encourage tho trade In smokes.
And, too, 1 am told that this man,
now hlied by tho Thurston outfit,
was, and Is, a Democrat.
Yours for Information,
Mr. Taylor admitted reccjvlng
Itol clgnrsrtt Is understood that ho
Is an "jiidopcndent" Itepubllinii.
L'dltor Iluljlo't!!.!! .1
SENATOR ,SC0TT IN PIST FIGHT
WUHIILlH, W. Vn.. Aug. 31.-,-Niithan
HnytSrqtt, United States Sen
ator ami. rtMiiomber of tho Nallonal
Republican KeciitlvoCpninilttee, was
badly vrnrsftil today in a fist'' fight
with S. 'O. ijnitth, ono of tho former
members of'tho State Senate and ono
of tho foremost' members of tho
Schcrr faction of tho Republicans in
this Slate. Tho two have been polit
ical enemies for years. This nftcr
rtooti they met in tho offlco of tho
Dollar Savings nnd Trust Company.
Scott nsk'ctl Smith nbout a state
ment whlcn" the latter 'iiitulo In u
speech nt I'arkcrshurg about a month
ago lu which ho said that tho present
West Virginia Senators bought their
scats In tho United States Senate, and
Smith repeated tho assertion.
"j'ott'io a liar," said Scott.
The tonihat Immediately began.
Tho tiistomciH who crowded tho Trust
Company's offlco Moil, Chillis wcro
broken and tables upset by tho com
batants. Finally tho cashier of tho
Trust Company separated' tho men.
Scott, who is over 70 years old, but
considerably heavier than Smith, had
both eyes blackened nud was pain
Tho American liar Association
went on record at Seattle, Wash,, iih
favoring tho restriction of appeals to
tho higher courts to cases whero
actual prejudlco Is shown rather than
thoho In whlcji technical grounds aio
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SENATOR CQELHO AND
HIS HAOLE FRIENDS
Hditnr 10 v o n 1 n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n t
In tho Maul Xqn'g of Sept. 12 1 nolo
tho editor of that paper. Mr. Ilugl
M.Coke, Is using his paper for thu
purpose of lulsiopresentllig facts and
to malign me.
In mder Hint my hnolo friends In
Iho Teirllory may know tho truth
concerillng my feelings tovvaid3 tho
llaoles, I ask you as a filenil of the
Hawaiian to say: That I havo never
advised a Hawaiian to dinvv tho lino
on tho hnolcs.
Ml. Coko (II. M., not .1. L.) bait,
over since ho fulled to securo tho Re
publican nomination two jcarn ago.
tlono ever) thing In Ills power to In-
llticnco pcoplo ugalnst me. Hut, for
tunately, thu pcisoual bitterness now
existing; is solely between II. M.
Coko and myself.
1 told several of my friends ihut
Coko had nt noon of "primary day!'
published a libelous or slatidcious ar
ticle) against tho Hawnllnns Just to
stir up bail feeling; that lio was no
friend of Ufo Ilavvatlans, ns pi uvea
by his own publication.
No vvotd against Wndavvorlh, whom
I Aotcd for, mid for whom over since
I ciimo luck from tho Legislature,
worked to bo In favor with tho lla
wnll.ins na Supervisor for WNilltikti.
To close, I will uay'tnero nro only
nbout three or four pcoplo In ,Wal
luku of tho II. M. Coko kind, but they
aro Jiibt enough to, cnuso unpleasant
feelings to exist.
1 would havo had a communication,
nddrosbod to tho "Maul Novvs" edi
tor, but, knowing what wns done to
my Ictlois before. I send this to joti.
Hoping j ou will allow this in jour
paper, I am,
W. .1. COHL1IO.
Kahultil, Maul, Sept. 1(1, l'.lUK.
CLASSES AT Y. M. C. A.
Tho Association Institute! offers
courses lu Knglluh, Japanese, Hawai
ian, Arithmetic, Drawing, Commer
cial Law, Automobile Operation,
Uookkceplng, Shoithnud and Type
wililug. Students should cuioll liy
Tho nbove sign Is now seen lu many
shops and olllcoi In I his city, because
drinking men nro unreliable
Competition Is too keen and Ufa Is
too slieniiou3 for an emplovcr to keep
men on his payioll whoso nerves aro
unsteady and whoso brains aro not
Hvery lino nt business Is beginning
to close its doors to drinking men.
Drunkenness is a disease, nnd Ilka
most diseases, hnB Its lomcdy. Or
lino Is tho rclinblo treatment ami In
told under a posltlvo gimrantco to ef
fect a euro or your money will ho re.
funded. Orrlno Is lu two foims! No.
1, which ran bo used without tho pa
tient's kuowjedgo In tea, colTco of
food; and No. 2 for thoso who wish tu
Tho guniantro applies to both forum
Mailed In plain se-iled packago on ic
eclpt of Jl 00. Wrlto for free booklet,
mailed In plain scaled envelope. Tho
Orrlno Co., Washington, D. C, or Ho
nolulu Drug Co., Ltd.
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL for
facts and figures of Island infor
mation, past and present, or
HAWAIIAN FOLK TALES for the
legends and traditions of this in
teresting race. These, with oth
er current books relating to Ha
waii, and man out of print, may
be had at
Tkos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
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