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EVENING BtJMJBTm, HON0LPL0.T.tl.,WIU)XnflnAY, SEPT. 23, 190S.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hooolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
rv J Editorial Rooms,
1 I. Business Office,
Thp cmnnnlfin fur Hi'IcKnlr tills
joar in n iaiiii).ilRii rnrtoittlmicilt.tr-
Iff protection for the agricultural
lirodtii-ts of the loitnlr).
Our Democratic frleiitfii appear to
bo assembling n ten fair ticket, lint Australians will undoubtedly fully
tlint causes no tremors In the Ucpub- urico to, tvlien tltey get over whoop
llcnn camp, where the ttorkrrs uio lug It up.
In line behind a slate of llto highest. The Spcclator also has n plcas-
nterngp. .'"nt tvoi.il for Uio gcitcrnt lotull-
tlon of tho I'leet anil Its men, cspe-
The Domncrntlc platform will Burn- tlally grntlfjItiB to Honolulu, becatno
ly not point with prlilo to Dm Dcni- t protes that good words hate been
ocratlc motemeut In llto llonril of Sit- tCnt abro.ul, for tho I'leet, from tills
pervlsors to divorce the garbage anil pr(.
load departments and thus multiply -as a conllrinatlon of tho remarks
tho Jobs. we made last week on tho proved of-
' " , flclency of the licet," continues tho
A. 1'. .Tudd Ims always been a llrsl- Spcctnlori ..wp nro ,,, , ,,,,, fr()II,
class party man. nml If ho Jnal.es its elWr tia ,,., jugt mi(,he(1 ,
great a success of handling Uio Conn- Honolulu. Tho writer, describing tlio
t campaign as He did the toiiten- valt f tho ,,cct HayH. .,,.,, CTOW(,
Hon. he Is sure to liatu mi cntliusl- 'XNMicIl turned out nt night was sur
nstlc following , 9ngy great, but tho pandemonium
A campaign fought on Blrataht par
ty doctrine will bo tho Jicst political
education Hawaii has over cnJocd.
It will raise politics to ji standard
that will attract llrst-clasa men ami
supplant, general disgust with icnl
...-1..1 il ii-iiij r.jie.uit oiiiiiii's mr
Tho sutlden death of 1 llaln Walk- thj, jat.,,u r lho ,r s Nnvy . ..
cr Is tcry sad news for tho pcojilu or ,,.,,, ,ommcIll from , S,c(.tainr
Hawaii. Although Mr. Walker lias br,I(?8 ,,, , 10 AmcrIcan r(,.l0er
not llted hero for tutiio e.trs, his lon lnt ,,, Al,.mtlc ,.,pct ,, nrcom.
residence and piotulncnio in business. yMlcll whnl lt WilH KCllt out f()ri u
KKdal, and chuich nff-ilis placed lilm Ims niln,tt,,i , ,,c1)lcs ot ,ll0 pa.
among lho factois of Hatvali'H prog- ,nt.-our included that Amer-",!,s-
lc'1 ,1"H nn '"'e'ent Navy nnd our
I country is kindly disposed to all cn
IloosctPlL htitlng reptiillalcd Mr. Hslnl In tho i-niiso of jicnce. llatull
routker, Ilijnn Is nnl(iiis to know i,avn ,P,, exlenilcd across tho sea
tilint Is meant by lining up his p.irly for no other purpose.
tiensurer with Statnlaul on . it it.
should ptove that Haskell ot Okla
homa, tho Stato of governmental ex
periments, Is also taricd with tho
Standard Oil brush, lho tutor will lu-
deed bo ut a loss lo know in whom ho Commenting on tho recent .Tnpan
niay place full conlldenco to rcpro- cso birth statistics appearing In tho
tent the people. 1 11 it I I o 1 1 n , tlio Chicago Dally N'ows
'NO PERSONALITY" CAMPAIGN.
The RepublUaii County Commltteo
has made a good beginning.
II propobes to ollmiuatu personali
ties In the campaign and make a
straight light fur tho part, the tick
et, and the pilnclples of good govern
ment and efficient Horvlcu In tho Tcr
lltot of Hattali. as outlined in tho
If tho Republican committee and
tho candidates will stick to this pro
gram if the excitement nt tho cam
paign does not stir up Irritation that.
will cloud cum juugmciii mo cam
paign of 190S will be a memorable,
step toward elevating tho blauilaid of
politics In lho Territory.
In daH gono by, a great many ot
tho candidates bato devoted their
tlmo on tho stump to a lino of talk
that would seem to bate appealed
moic to tho prejudices ttian tlio com
mon scnto of tho electorate. Tho his
tory of a man's life is a vnluahlo
thing for the tutor (o know. It Is
worthy of note, hottctcr, that lho
men tvho hato mado dignified and
carefully prepared addresses lo tlio'
voteis on tho questions of public ad -
mlnihtiatlon hato neither been
hcomed nor liavo thoy lost prestige
If Hie Republicans eet tho pace, the
others will follow. Tlioy'll.lmto to.
Tllpy alw:is do.
LONDON COMMENT ON OUR FLEET.
Itofercnco has been mado In llieso
columns to tlio enthusiastic icccptlim
glvon tho American I'leet at Sdney
having nppaieiitly uimcd London to
icmlnil tho Australians thai tho An-gJo-Amcrlcau
alliance lias not been
contemplated or consummated, al
though it Is admitted that blood is
thicker than water,
A recent Issue of tlio London Spec
tator has a paragraph tho (ono of
which is quite on tho "remlndor"
stlo. It says: "Thero appeals to ho
as much enthusiasm at Sydney as
thero was at Auckland, but wo need
not icgard sorlnusly tho wild com
ments which loprifcont tlio Amoilcan
fleet as In bomo vnguo senso a tt capon
lo bo usod In u inco conflict between
tho niiKllsh-spcaklng peoples and
Asiatics Tho.oiily object which wo
Entered nt il)e PoMoflier at Honolulu
H ftCCfHtil lla mvtir.
SEPTEMBER 23, 1908
olivluusly untl professedly liavo In
tommim with tlio Pnltcil Stated In
tltc l'atlllc, it ml lliat wo li.it o ultra!,
Is the lircscrtatlon of peace,
That Is ttliat London ttnnts Aus.
trnlla to lemcmber. Anil It Is what
which I had expected was nowhere,
mid when one lemcmbers that during
tho icpK clctcn tlioiisiinil sailors
tvero let looso In tho place, ono could
only exclaim at tho extrcmo orderll"
nesi which obtained from first to
I. ..4. ,Nn umcblxni of any hind oc
kiirred, nor cten were there tiny accl
I.1..H.J 1. ...,! 1 , ..
CHICAGO DAILY NEWS AND
sat s editorially: "Thus tho voting
nntiol in local affairs may pass In
time to lite citizens of .lapaneso dc
icent What tbiu may mean lo tho
Two-story ltouse; modern; lot 75x
New 2-bedioora Bungalow; corner
Lot 100x150 $2750.00
a cnoice umicunp; jot oi halt an
Xwo lots near car line on high
i ground, partinlly cleared. ,?800.00
j COLLEGE HILLS
i Two-bedroom cottage, good location;
lot luuxiau $2750.00
Liberal terms on all above prop
Corner Fort and Merchant Streeti.
"I do not know much about the
tariff, but I know this much,
when wc buy manufactured goods
abroad, we get the goods and
the foreigner gets the money.
Wlicn wc buy the manufactured
goods at home wc get both the
goods and the money.
Hawaii's Prosperity and rapid
American development depends on
continued tariff protection, and the
vote of the noonle in November should
be a demonstration of where Hawaii
future of tlte InhimK ttlilth are of
Bticlt enormous sliatcRk Importance,
t() ti,0 tTtlltoil Stnlct. not to mention
their great value In other respects,
can only bo lonjccturcd "
Tho lonjccturo means of courso a
very strong suspicion that tho result
may not bo fatorablo to America.
Using the birth statistics alone, tho
suspicion might be Justified assum
ing that lho American public school
will not Itate tlio samo inlliicnco on
tho Japanese that it has upon tlio
children of ever other nice and na
tionality born under lho l'lag.
ltlrtli statistic taken In (onticc-
1 ion with the arritals and dcparlutcs
of .Inp.incso children should allay tlio
fears, lie the suspicions tthat they
may. Statistics for tho past three
and one-halt ears ending Willi Juno
30th, 1908, show Hint tho atcrago
at rivals each car of .Inpaneso chil
dren in Hawaii was ninety nnd the
This means that a larco share of
lho surplus Japanese children born
In Hawaii nro scut lo llto homo of
their parents In Japan.
Ilcfcrcnco to the public school sla
listlcs also sheds much light on tho
situation. Of tho lS.firil children In
thn public schools of Hawaii Juno "0,
190S, r.,0:r. wero Japanese. At the
end of December 1907 there wero
4SS .Inpaneso children In the total
attendance at private schools of I,
SS1. Assuming that all the Japanese,
boys who attend tho public schools
will becomo toters, thoy will still
comprlso not moio than one-tblnl the
toting population. In fact, an :;! I
mato of thirty-three per cent. Is tory
At tho samo lime it must bo ad
mitted that tho predominance, of citto
foreign nationality among lho work
ing population Is not to lie desired,
Elnco It forces a serious piobleiii of
absorption on the American public
What America needs Is a belter bal
ancing of tho Immigrants coming to
Hawaii to labor In tho field. If a
mainland American-born population
could bo obtained for this woik It
ttould bo so much tho better. Till
not being available, tho Terrltoiy
should bo gltcn tho opportunity to
draw from tho lnimlginllon ccnteis
of Km ope.
The malnlander will respond thai
this opportunity Is not closed to Ha
waii. Hut he forgets that these Islands
aio tho farthest remoted from the
nuropean Immigration centers of any
plaro on earth. Hcnco tho Territory
must seek special methods If not spo-
clal fatois. In straightening out lho
population ot the Islands to satisfy
industrial needs and tlio opinions ot
those, suspicious of our citizenship.
Illds for alterations and ndditlons to
two MlionlhotiscH will ba opened In
tho Public Works offlco next Monday
Ono Is for lho Ilaiiaiuaiilii scliolohouso
on Kauai, and tlio other for tho build
lug nt Halawa, Hawaii. A wing will
bo added In tlio former and tto looms
added to tho latter.
A communion net presented to tlio
Congregational Chinch of l'rlneeton,
.Mass., lit 17(17, by Lieut, (lov. Moses
(illl has been dlscovoiid 111 n closet
under tho church organ.
Wc arc showing a full line of colors
the popular silk for tho coming Fall
and Winter wear.
231-2 INCHES WIDE,
A Frank Statement
P-ru-na is tie lltst Medicine it the
We ) 1,1.
I RECOMMEND PE-MMfo.
MR. EMIIX MAROIS.
Mil. DMir.H MA1UHH, 1ST!) Ontario
streot, Montreal, atiad.n, tt rites:
"After Inking nine boltlet of l'crttna,
I find Hint I am cured.
"I still tnko It occasionally. 1'or mo It
is tho best medicine In the world.
"1 bnvo recommended il to a number
Mr.. 1. 0. Hervus l'olletlcr, T)cpt. do
l'Agrlculture, Otttiw n, Ontario, t rltei:
"Tito rcruna U particularly cdlca-
ci0,,(i n nl0 euro tit citarrlial nllpctloiiii
of tho lungs and hronchlnl tubes.
"Six bottles cured mo this ttlnlcr of
bronchitis. I nm completely restored
and I otvo thanks to tho IVruni.
"I liavo recommended this remedy lo
largo nunibor of my friends r. filleted
with tho samo trouble, nnd thoy liavo
verified my good opinion of this val
Tho following wholesale- druggist
will supply tho retail tra-lo:
llcnson, Smith & Co,
Hawaiian Sugar Slocks and
Honda of tho belter class are
legariled as good and safe In
tpstments by our most care
ful and conBorvntlto business
men, and many of them tiro
now deriving good Incomes
from their Intestmcnls In
these bceurltles. Why not put
thobo Idle dollar of jours to
ttcirlt by buying a fow good
dltldeiiil-paying shares? You
will bo stiiprlsoil nt tho re
sults. Consult us about It
In person or by mall.
git font M,N(mllv
OUR STOCK OF
Is Larger Now Than Ever.
Several New Patterns have
been added this year, which
aic very popular.
You can start a set with
one or two pieces and add to
it from time to time at a small
Call nnd sec our New Goods.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
IN DEAR HAWAII1
New Sons by
BER0STR0M MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
Good Dressing and
Two terms tint ara never at variance with ,cach other. The tasteful dresser is al
ways pleased to s:c a MANHATTAN shirt in his dresser, leady to be put on.
Wc have a larRe new assortment of the latest artistic designs in these shirtsa splen
did stock, most exclusive in style, design, and quality. , -
Wc also make shuts to order.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
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 many out of print, may
be had at
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
What spot in these Islands can ex
cced the great Walmea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest ana
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Knkuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
Tho premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAn.
P. 0. Address, Kawaihae.
The restful spot
GO miles from
Honolulu. 0 R & L Co
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
STYLISH SHOES .
A pair of shoes that wears
long and keeps its shape
A shipment of up to date
Tan Shoes for ladies was re
ceived per last S, S. Ala
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUTJANU ST. NEAR KINO ST.
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Qarage.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Our Sodas 30c per doz.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
JjESf'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
M'CANDLESS BLO. King and Bethel
FOR TAN, ROUGH SKIN, AND FRECKLES.
CURATIVE SKIN SOAP
will prevent llicin. Ws recommend it for the BATH,
the BABY, and the TOILET.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Motel and Fort Sts.
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. O. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; als deal in Crushed Bock. White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE-CIALTY.
At All Watohdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
SHELL LEIS o
o SEED LEIS o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORr
Is Good Yet
There's no need to throw away
shoes when our expert machine oper
ator can mend them for you in 15
minutes to that they will be as good
Wc MEAN IT! We'll
mend your shoes for you within 15
minutes from the time you give them
to us, and it will be the best repair
ing job you can get in the city.
Men's Soles and Heels, $1.25.
Women's Soles and Heels, $1.00.
Women's Fine Hand-Turned Soles
and Heels, $1.50.
Men's Rubber Heels, G5c. ,
Women's Rubber Heels, 50c.
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEL
Auto for Hire
MANUEL BEIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 200, 200, 1097.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.