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EVENING- BULLETIN, HONOMJUJ, T. It., TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 190S.
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Wallucu R. Pnrrlnuton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
rp f Editorial Rooms,
fl Business Office,
(IlIlK .itlCtlllOll t( St
was iiImi Judas Isctulot.
Split-ticket ve.us usually go down
In history tin cincl.cd-binin periods,
,, . ,. , .. , . '
hn dlffcuenco il..e it make to
llcnubllcan what the Democrats ilo?
Don't join the i mil -ball brigade
Iteglslcr, woik for tho ticket, and
Has the Stock Hxchnngo become
Biiffocated or livpnotlzcd by the polit
Tho rourth Dlstilct did great work
in solcctlur; a list ot candidates that
will raise the avcuge
Honolulu 11111-.: ruaid against the
cholera, but don I .el tho excitement
reach tho cxeluslon-shotgun-iiuaran-tlnu
It Is now about time to revive tho
Btoiy ot diverting the artesian lava
vvoll ot Kllauea to pioduce siibstaiiLO
for the Hllo breakwater
No contributions to tho campaign
fund from corporations is l evolution
ary for Hawaii, where tho corporation
habit extonds even to individuals.
Bryan's reminder that Itoosovolt
lias not put any Trust magnates In
Jail resulted in another unhiippj day
for Senator 1'ornker, whoso
seems tho handiest to hit.
It Is about tlmo tire mlnlstois of
tho city took a hand in the divorce
mill business. It is not only an ap
propriate Held for action, but involves
moral dut to tho ciimniunitj.
There are mnn people In Iiono-,
lulu any one of whom would make n
good Mayor. This car tho peoplo
will vote for Mi Lane as tho one to
c.ury the honors and responsibilities. I
Charlie Achi will probably appear
before the peoplo on his newly epito
mized platform To h 1 with every
thing! Whereupon theie will bo
great Jo in CJovurnment-bj-Coiumls-tlon
.Mr. Kac.t s.in he lias a $500 cam
paign fund ot his own. On this in
vestment and living expenses for the
legislative period ho Is not likely to
declare a largo dividend out ot his
People who believe that Kuhlo
might lie defeated on "local Issues"
without serious Injur y to tho statin
of Hawaii iu tho tariff light, should
retail what happened to flen. Han
cock, tho Democratic candidate for
I'resldont, when he bald tho tariff was
merely a local issue.
According to tho W. C. T. II., tho
i-n tli o ship's company ot tho now bat
tleship New llnmpshlio struck their
Hag and completely Kuucndcrcd io
nn attack of tho "vvatoi wagon" lulg
udc. Not a single man cues to splice
tho main brace. Hut it hounds won
derfully llko a fish slory.
Ai cording Io flguics compiled ill
Washington tho conviction of Htanil
urd Oil for its misdeeds will occupy
twenty-six jours at tho present rato
of piosecutlon piogresi. So it would
appear that tho Trust piosccutloiis in
Hawaii have not hit a much morn de
liberate pacn than the gcncinl run.
Why strive to mnkp something mys
terious from tho coming of tho cruis
er Colorado to Honolulu? When tho
Cruiser fleet bailed from San Tran
clsco tho officials stated 'that tho Col
orado would bo repaired in n fow
weeks ami Join tho I'lcet nt Honolulu
early In October, Thcro is no reason
whatovcr to tnippobo that tho Itiner
ary of tho fleet or tho Colorado will
lie changed from that originally outlined
rr six Moulin a .i
Pet Year, an) where In US l.o
I'd Year, auynliere In Canada, . I. Ho
l'erear iwiimUI, forelRi 3,i
tillered at Hie PostoJTicr at Honolulu
it-com. clas nititcr.
SEPTEMBER 23, 1008
DLSERVES SOLID SUPPORT.
The completed ticket of the Uepub-
Hcnn pirl roi the I'llv mid Comity
of Honolulu which Includes the Il-
ami of Oaliu Is li all odds tho most
representative unit bcst-lnlunced Hint
,, Mc, lwn ,ef()rp
,,y nn rBgM7ltimu
To ro about IIavv-plcMng In the list
or men piccntcd for the miiuiitp.il
government anil for the l.cglslatuio
is to evlneo u greater ileshe to niako
tiouble than to promote the t aiiso of
It mnkcM no illrfereiKc what tho
Democratic ptrty docs in Its conven
tion, the people ot Honolulu will not
bo able to place In office n more capa
ble combination ot mi n for tho ad
inlnlstrntivo and legislative olHcers o(
tho Tenltory than are to be found
on the Itepubllcan ticket with tho
chniigo to bo made in tho fifth.
SIcn may be selected by tho op
position who mipe.il strongly to In
dividual Kepuhlirnns for reasons of
personality or piejudlcc. Hut a
vote svvaved by peisonallty and prcj-
uill'v will not assist tho cause of bet-
tr , oveimiient l.'jpeelally Is this
tiue when an atmosphere of bjiIII
ticket vnlliig will result In an appeal
to tl.e iiiosi dangeious phases of prej
udice and lovenge.
The iteputillcans lmvo offered a
flist-class ticket. (Jet in line, siip
poit It, and vnto it straight.
KUHIO AND TDE ISSUE.
The man wliu will allow a local
convention row, In which hot words
vcre exchanged, to become tho chief
Issuo of a Congressional campaign
when the most vital Industrial Issues
nro at stake, either forgets or has no
well-balaiiLCd appreciation ot his
(.ranting, for argument, that Dcle
gato Kuhlo was justlj subject to crit
icism for hit heated leninrks during
mi exciting fight of tho County con-
volition, does any level-headed man
Ibcllcvo that tho cause of Hawaii's
progiess can be promoted liv with-
drawing suppoit from the Delegate
Two-story house; modern; lot 75x
New 2-bcdroom BtuiRalow; 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
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
Hawaiian Sugar Stocks and
llonds ot the better class are
icgardcd as good and safe In
vestments by our most care
ful and conseivatlvc business
men, and many of them aro
now deriving good Incomes
fiom their Iiivcitmctils in
these securities. Why not put
tlicwo Idle dollars ot jours to
woik by buying a few good
dividend-paving shares? You
will bo suiprlsed nt tho ic
siilts. Consult us about It
in person or by mall.
i do not know much about the
tariff, hut 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
goods and the money."
Hawaii's Prosperity and rapid
American development depends on
continued tariff protection, and the
vote of the people in November should
be a demonstration of where Hawaii
to Congicss because of this
l'or tho first time In Its history.
Hawaii is Involved, deeply Involved,
In a National Issue.
True tho Delegate from Hawaii h.iscPOislblo man
nn vote In Congress. Hut tho mem
bers of Congress and tho peoplo of
tho United Stales cngnged In tho
great tariff contest which will ho
fought out In the next Congress inn
not fall to regard tho election of Ha
waii's Congressional Delegate ns nn
cxpicsslon of our citizens on the tar
The pirtlzan conditions nro so well
established that Hawaii cannot ex
pect to loform tho mninlnnders. Tho
Democratic party stands for tariff tor
icvenuo; tho Republicans for taiift
for Industrial protection.
Tho election of a Democratic or
Homo Itulo Dclegato to Congress will
bo accepted on tho mainland ns a dec
laration by tho peoplo ot this Terri
tory that they either believe in tariff
eduction or don't care ery much
what Congress docs.
MembciH of Congress would mnllo
If Hawaii should defeat or reduco tho
majority of its Itepubllcan Delegate,
and then show up in tho committee
room with tho assertion that tho par
ty successful and tho Dolegato elected
really did not repiescnt tho bcntlmciit
of tho people local Issues did It.
Congressmen would very promptly re
spond thnt a people whoso "Intelli
gent" voting population ccnlcied
their attention on a dog fight whllo
their houtn was threatened with de
struction, deserved all iho dnniago
thero was coming to tho house.
Kuhlo must hnvo a record-breaking
majority If Hawaii Is to present
an effective fighting front on tho tar
iff in tho not Congress.
l'orget tho follies of conventions
(let down to tho great responsibilities
that rest upon tho voters for main
iainlng the hauls of all piosperlty In
We arc showing a full line of colors
the popular silk for the coming Fall
ana Winter wear.
231;2 INCHES WIDE,
GETTING AFTER ROOSEVELT.
Candldalo llrynn has now turned
on I'resldcnt Ilnoscvclt mm is twit
ting him of lack ot results In his pic
turesque campaign against the
Tho development of this phaso of
Mr. llrjan's canvass Is especially In
teresting and perhaps significant, ns
It appears to scenro the particular ap
proval of tho New York World, tho
great l'ulltrcr paper that has, after
twelve jears ot lighting llrynn, swung
Into lino ns one of his supporters.
The addition of tho World to Hryan's
small list of newspaper helpers Is a
powerful nld Tor tho Nehrnsknn.
Mr. llrynn when speaking at Sioux
City, town, gave a forecast of how ho
would treat Hooscvclt. Ho then de
clared that tho strenuous Trust-fighter
"has not succeeded In putting ono
Trust magnate In the penitentiary."
This biought from tho World tho
enthusiastic outburst: "Mr. llrynn
has btruck tho trail at last. Now let
him follow It."
Continuing, tho AVorld Indicates
that tho Democrats will hold Kooso-
velt nnil his District Attorneys re
sponsible for nil the Trust ahortcom-
tugs to ho charged up against tho
Administration. It snjs:
"A hostile Congress may turn u
deaf car to tho President's sugges
tions for now legislation; but Con
gicss has nothing to do with tho en
forcement ot law. Within that prov
ince no reactionary Scnnto can tie
tho President's hands. No hostile
Speaker, no Committee on Utiles can
thwart his purposes. Ho Is. n frco
and Independent agent, who can re
move uiiy District Attorney who falls
to piescnt uvldcnco of presumptive
lavv-bicaklng to u (Irani! Jury.
"Yet In what cases has Mr. Koosc
velt ever attempted io enforco tho
criminal section of tho Sheiman law
against Individual 'mnlefaciorR of
great wealth?' In what cases has ho
ever ordered u District Attorney to
piescnt cvldcnco of personal guilt to
a Grand Jury? What District Attor-
nej has ever boon removed for thwart
Ing tho President's Instructions and
granting immunity to men that con
trol nnil opcrnto law-lireaklng Trusts?
"Mr Ilijan wastes his time, his
energy, and his opportunity in at
tacking a vague, indefinite, incoher
ent. Impersonal Itepubllcan party for
failure to enforco tho criminal sec
tion of tho SIoimnii law. Parties do
not enforco laws. Individuals en
force tliem. Tho Constitution knows
nothing nbout parties. Hut both tho
Constitution nml tho statutes know a
great deal about tho President of tho
United Stateswlio Is the Chief Mag
istrate of the Nation, and whoso duty
to cxeiute the laws Is mandatory.'
"if the I'edcrnl nntl-Trust laws aro
not enforced, Mr. Roosevelt Is tho ono
11 Is ho whom Mr,
llrjan ns leader of tho Opposition
must hold icsiionslhlo and account
able not Senator Penrose, or T.
Coleman Du Pont, or Speaker Can
non, or .Senator Aldrlch, or the icac
tlouarles, or Wall Street; but Presi
dent Uoosovelt, tho only poison In tho
Nation who can compel the enforce
ment ot the Nation's laws."
Dr. D M. (loodwln. Indicted for
Oicgon hud frauds, dies In I.os An
geles. Mrs. Astor flays Now York soelcly
women, dcclailng notoriety hole ob
ject of many.
President may mnko lllght In
Milliner gets Judgment against Hv-
clvn Thaw and picture la celred to
The Duke ot Norfolk entertained
several ot the highest priests attend
ing London Uucharistlc Congicss nt
a house parly.
1'rance and Spain send note to Povv
eis regarding recognition ot Mulal
New $20 goldplcco Just coined has
a number of novel features.
Automobile tilpH piovo great fac
lor In ilrculatlng money.
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Several New Patterns have
been added this year, which
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THE DIVORCE WAVE
IMIIor i; ve n I n g Bulle
tin: No ono who has lead
tiiu Honolulu papers for tho past
few weeks can have failed to
have noticed the nlaimlug num
ber of divorces nsked for and Is
sued. In tlu'Mi c.ibes nil soils
of conditions and reasons aro
given, and often tho divorces
have been granted with consid
erable lapldlty. A new marriage
is also often the quick suuucl of
the bcvercd bonds. Yestenlaj's
paper Mated that "six unhappy
peoplo filed libels for divorce In
tho Circuit Couit this moinlng,"
Many dlvoices were Issued
last week. A veiy recent caso Is
one of a woman ch.nged with u
grlovous crime, who. It boema
secured a divorce to avoid a pio
Kcrutlon. It would appear from present
Indications In this city that dl
vones may becomo moio com
mon than marriages. The old
saving of "Mairy In n huiry, le
pent nt leisure" Is changing Io
Many when ou please, for in
voice Is alvva.VH easy. This Is a
serious condition, and menus a
heavy blow nt tho home.
Tho II u I I e t I n has already
sounded a note ot warning at
tho frequency of tho dlvoico
evil. In tho causo ot better
homes, hcio mid now, nnil in
Hawaii, keep It up. Tho mlnls
teis of this city should take ac
tion and ngico to mairy no in
voiced pel sons without a most
careful Investigation Into tho
Hvery dlvoico case biought
beforo a court Bhoiild bo adver
tised for a ceitaln tlmo beforo
tho decreo Is Issued. It should
be made moio illlllcult to sccuro
a divoice and then only foi cei
Is Hawaii Io becomo noted for
tho ease with which the solemn
covenant of m.irilage may bo
dissolved? Here, with tho great
v.ulety of nationalities, Ameri
can Ideals and stand, uds must
bo held high.
Yours for belter dlvono laws,
PItO HONO HAWAII.
: : ; : : ! : !
(Continued from Feze 1)
thoio Is nothing but hard work befoio
them, nml, on this account they nro
prepared to ho thoroughly gioundcd
In tho foundation work."
"Wo will havo n school that will, 1
think, bo u great Kiupiiso to Iho ma
Jority of tho peoplo hum. Them ate
not many students ct, to bo kuio, hut
wo plan to get many moro each yotu
fiom tho High Schools and pilvalo iu
stltutlous of tho Teirltory, 1 am veiy
pleased with Iho students from tho
schools here. They nppear to havo
had nn oxt client tdiirt In tho woik
"Tho Collego of Hawaii will follow
on State unlvmslty linen, and Iho
Connies In Its cuirlculuin will lm sim
ilar to those of the leading state In
stltutlous. Wo shall bo so picpaicd
that tho student leaving tho High
school or private school will bo en
aided to go light uhoud with now
woik, advancing him In the particular
branch of study which ho piefeis."
THE HAWAUAN 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 many out of print, may
be liad at
Thos. G. Thrum.
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