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BVBK1NQ BUlXBTfl, HONOLOLU. T. II., FIUDAY, 8RPT. 25, 1908.
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EftlPAY SEPTEMBER 25, 1008
Lot the kuoiI wi k ro oir Nt
personalities, no runner" Kraft, anil
Dutch trctt w lien It coi les tu drlnKu.
Senator ClillllnfTUorUi'x slgntlng
of the Now 12ia m:i lo an cvldcnco
n( tho Influence- of the Anti-Saloon
I.cnguo on Hcpiilillcan utilities.
An (ilIH'lal statement k.ijh thnt
otir (tuintry now linn twtMity iinnl
essels ttntlcr construction. IC Uicmo
were tilt liuttlcslillii tho enthusiasm
mi tho l'aelllc Coast would lio wurlli
Mr. Aicliliold's letters to Senator
l'orakcr were probably not consid
ered as very bail In 19U0, when they
Mere written. Since that time the
public conscience has chunged inate
i tally. Particularly In Its nttltuiU
toward Stalidaid Oil anil Hh allied
It matters little what brltiKs about
thin dunse, mi It In real and becomes
peinianciit. (Jood speeches will
bring out good eiowd. and nru
inent Is more certain to carry con
lctlon than the nlmlglily dollar nc
rciitablo onb to otcis on whom no
dependence can be placed.
Let I lie workout and tho honest
titers assist In tho refornintlon. It
that be tho proper term. Then wo
shall btno ti Btialght ctttipalRti, trco
fiom chnt-Kca of trickery and cnslou
of the law on election day. Further
more, when tho Legislature Is elected
bj honest methods It may bo pos
sible to cot an honest man's law
through that body which will put an
end to tho political assessment of
men In public ollke.
If they nto not i ilcu with stage
fright, tho Iltilletlu newsbojx will
treat tho ptthllc to as "classj" base
ball as the Icaguo teams ordinarily
offer. Tbeso corner-lot teams of tho
little fellows tiro the real thine In
baseball, and llullcltn boys nlvnH
ret u good paco.
llr. Llttlcflcld has como to the de
fense of Undo Joe Cannon, who has
becomo the target of the Methodists
of bis district. Hut oeii Mr. Llttle
Ileld's argument has little- Inlluenco
nfter Uncle Joe lets loose a few of
bis ctihs-words picturesque, but not
at tract ho to Methodists.
Captain Mutton Is ut present tho
man whoso sllcuco worries tho eu
llous of Hawaii and wliono denials
of great plans for future transporta
tion nro taken with a grain of salt.
Honolulu dislikes to believe any man
who sas ho does not expect to rev
olutionize our htcamshlp accommo
dations In tho very near future.
Hearst's Independence Leagtto ap
pears to bo doing a great dctfl to
wards upsetting calculations without
profiting much for tho new party.
Tho Independence candidate for gov
ernor of (icnrgla lias declared for
llryan and bis State committee has
gone with him. Also a New York
Independence League Slnto commit
teeman has declared that ho Is done,
with Hearst mid will work for llry
ttn. The apparent plan to break
down llrjan'rf peibonnl ptestlge with
the otera hah cldcntly failed.
IMPROVED POLITICAL METHODS.
, No personalities.
No political 'runner" graft.
No monoy for political "booze."
The declarations that linvo lomn
fiom tho p'irtlz.iu workers lining up
for tho local campilgn aro of it n.i-
tttro to meet tho hearty approval of
the voting population that dcslics to
too a straight political appeal to tho
Intelligence of tho voter.
In this method of campaigning
Hawaii is not alone. A paragraph
dealing with polltknl methods and
campaigning schemes has been trav-
.ellng over tin country accompanied
by favorable roniraect from nil
fouices. It appeared originally In
tho Ilangor (Mo.) Commercial and
loads as follows:
There Is great hopo and great
safety In tho campaign methods
of toduj. It Is tho Intelligence
of tho citizen thnt Is appealed to.
It Is a campaign of education anil
discipline; not ono of torchlight
parades and n big noise. Tim
nowspapor which educates and
informs the niatses, Is tho great
factor In politics as It la In other
incafetircH, educational, Intellect
ual, and social. Tho old war
horf.es and tho former bcliool of
politics bavo had their day. They
may hiivo boon Indispensable for
ptlmltlvo methods, but tholr oc
cupation Is gono. Wo welcomo
mi itilidllgcnco which liibtircH n
good govoinment atid an honest
Some may bcllovq that tho local
rofoimntlon has been brought about
DIRECT EUROPEAN FREIGHTS.
The direct freight servlco to Euro
pean ports, instltllteil liv llin AmnH.
eau-IInwallau Hue and Its connec
tions. Is a forerunner of Honolulu's
closer relations with nil tho ports of
the Atlantic. It Is tho beginning of
gi eater things thnt will como when
the I'.inniiin Canal Is completed.
Ilappll). there Is no occasion for
tho Islands to wait for tho canal he
reto branching out. or at least test
ing tho piospects for a wider market
as the result of lmpinved transpor
tation. Immediate Interest centers In the
nmnutit of business Hawaii already
cloes with Utitope. Our total Imports
from all foreign countries for tho
!jc.ir ending Juno 30, 1908. wcro val
ued at l,82,39y. Tho largest sin
gle item In tills total is tho $l,S7l,
070. to tho credit of Japan.
Of tho Undo that will bo handled
over this new route, tho statistics of
tho Department of Coinincrco and La
bor show that our business with tho
United Kingdom for tho twolvo
months was valued nt $ 181.2(19. and
with German $3l0,i:l. Thero nro
Hawaiian Sugar Stocks and
llonds of the better class are
regarded its good and safe in
vestments by our most caro
ftt) and conservative business
men, nnd many of them nro
now deriving good Incomes
from their investments In
tbeso securities. Why not put
those Idlo clollart! of ours to
work by buying n few good
dlvidcnd-ptolng shares? You
will be surprised at the re
sults. Consult us about It
In person or by mall.
"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
goods and the money."
Hawaii's Prosperity and ratrid
American development depends on
continued tariff protection, and tho
vote of the people in November should
bo a demonstration of where Hawaii
Two-acre building site in the
Makiki District. One of tho
choicest locations left in this
district. Bargain price for quick
other smaller Items In the list, wi
that It Is snfo to estimate our prev
ent purchases fiom Dattopc as about
u million n jcar.
This business tho steamship com
panies consider woith going after.
nnd the suggestion or Hawaii devel
oping n market for Its products In
Europo is entitled to consideration.
Transportation Is tho key to every
problem of marketing. If Hawaii
can placo any of Its piodttcts on tho
European markets at anywhere near
an equality with It's competitors, tho
superior quality ot tho goods should
sell them. Riven prompt transpor
tation and reasonable freight rates.
tho possibilities should bo attractive
to men ot broad business capacity
and unfailing energy.
MAN0A VALLEY BARGAINS.
Two three-quarter acre buil
ding lots for $1600 each.
A property suitable for a large
family. Large house and ample
grounds. Price, $3,000.
Call or write to
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
with other ISLANDS
Kddlo Douthltt 13 making . hard
liai.t for tho defensj In the, mscot the
U'llled States vs. Httyin and Latt Kan,
cin.rgcd with adultery, tho case whlcr
it. now being heard before Judge Dole
I'nnncr pollco officer Apann wn on
tie btand tho greater part ot tb nurn.
Ing, and Douthltt is bringing evidence
vblcb would appear to show tha. the
testimony ot Apana Is not to be tied-ited.
Tatt retuscs (o contliitm newspaper
controversy with llryan, who declares
Taft Is dodging and Issues challenge
asking Republican nomlneo to deflno
Ofllclals or Springfield will try to
make tho Stale pay damages for
losses sustained In the recent rnco
riots. It Is assorted that all tho dep
redations weio committed after tho
troops bad taken charge.
An ordoi to rid l)cs Moines, Iowa,
of Its "led-llght" Inhabitants In bo
ing rigidly enforced. Itespectnblo
cmpln) incut Is offered for women
that dcslro It.
We arc showing a full line of colors
tho popular silk for tho coming Fall
ana winter wear.
231-2 INCHES WIDE,
Breckons Starts Test In
A criminal Information was filed
by United Stntes District Attorney
Hreckons against the Halcakala Ilanch
Company, charging It with making
n money contribution to a political
campaign, contrary to an Act of Con
gresr. Thero nto two counts In tho
Information, one alleging that It Is a
corporation existing under and by lr
tuo of the laws ot tho United States,
and the other stating thnt it Is a com
pany nnd made a contribution In con
nection with an election of a Delegate
The penalty for violation of tho Act
Is n fine of not moro than $S000 for n
corporation, The llrtt count of the
ltobcrt W. Hreckons, Attorney of tho
United Stntes for the District of Ha
waii, who In this behalf prosecutes In
the name of tho United States, and for
tho United Stntes, conies' hero Into said
court, on this 21th clay of September,
A. 1). 190S, In his own proper person,
and for tho United Slates gives tho
said court here tn umlcretnnd nnd be
informed that Halcakala Hanch Com
pany, a corporation organized under
nnd by virtue ot the lnvvs or tho King
dom of Hawaii, on September 1, A. D.
18S8, nnd by virtue of the laws of the
Republic of Haw nil, and of tho United
States of America, thereby being a cor
poration existing under tho nuthorlty
or thn laws of tho Congress of the
United States of America, heretofore,
to-wlt, on tho 2Hrd tiny ot September,
A. I). 1908. nt and within tho Jurisdic
tion of thli court, did mako n money
contribution In connection with un
election to a political odlce, to wit, to
an election for tho offlco of Delegnte
from tho Territory ot Hawaii to tho
Sixty-first Congress of the United
States of America, contrary to tho
form of the statuto of tho United
Slates In such case made and provid
ed, to wit, nn Act of the Congress of
tho United States of America approved
January 2B, A. I) 1907, and ngalnst
tho peaco and dignity of tho United
States of America.
itoriT. av i)ui:ckons,
United States Attorney.
PUCE TO LIVE
Editor U roiling Iltilletlu:
"Walklkl" Is thy Healthiest Placo to
I.10 til PntTimirlenn In nnv ntlmi mrl
of tho County fir "OAHU." Kor In
stance; compare tho IlobiiHncss nnd
Health nf tin. Tipnnla lime rfnoi.t.. ..,
nt Wnlklkl with people who Kcsldo In
inner parts or nils county; such ns
Mnnoa or College Hills; for Instance;
comnnro the RolmstnpAn nml itonttii nt
tho following Gentlemen Residing In
wuiKiKi , c.overnor cieghorn; Jnmcs
A. McCandlcss; A. L. C. Atkinson;
Judge llallou: nnd A. M lirnun- vm,
tho Following Ciontlcmcn Residing In
Jlanoa or College Hills: r Athcrton,
K. Cooke. C. 11. Reynolds. R J. 1'iatt;
A. (I. Hawes; and H. C. Drown.
(1. Oshorno's Article published In tho
"Advertiser." Sept. 25th.. 190S, under
tho Heading": "THU WAIKIKI
FLATS AND TUG MALARIA"; la a
uncalled for Article; and as fl. OS f
nORNIJ Is not known out nt Walkl
by Residents whom'havo Resided there
for many jears; ho Is considered ns
being one. out of tho Wholo Populat
ing of tho Territory or "HAWAII",
who would treat this matter as ho did.
"WAIKIKI" lui3 always been spoken
ot ns being the bcrt "SKA sum" -,
of tho County of "OAHU" and a
""""" pari to iicsltlc In; as the
above named (Icntlcmen physically
(Signed by.) CHAS. It, ROK.
Tho S2.000.000 fortune left by Mrs
Rosa M, Shattuck, is deeded virtually
to her niece. Mrs. Wllllnm r- wi.
nnd her nephew, John W. Havens. '
California Insurance companies win
milt In Kcdcinl Cotut for admission to
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY
Finest California Bellfleur Apples, in prime shape
Henry May & Co.,
Good Dressing and
Two terms tint are never at variance with each other. The tasteful dresser is al
ways pleased to ae a MANHATTAN shirt in his drciscr, ready to be put on.
Wc have a large new assortment of the latest artistic designs in these shirts a splen
did stock, most exclusive in style, design, and quality.
Wc also make shirts to order.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
OUR STOCK OF
Is Larger Now Than Ever.
Several New Patterns have
been added this year, which
are very popular.
You can start a set with
one or two pieces and add to
it from time to time at a small
Call and sec our New Goods,
It F. Wichinan & Co.
THE HAWAnAN 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-
, wan, and many out of print, may
be had at
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery T City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII.
P. 0, Address, Kawaihae.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 657,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1283 Miller St. M. H. DE SA.
"IN DEAR HAWAII"
New Song by
BEEGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
SHELL LEIS o
c SEED LEIS o
That Shoe Is Good Yet
There's no need to throw away
slices when our expert machine oper
ator can mend them for you in 15
minutes so that they will be ns good
We 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 Fino Hand-Turned Soles
and Heels, $1,50,
Men's Rubber Heels, G5o.
Women's Rubber Heels, 50c.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
Vvii ? g-
1 ill1- TR
111 1 1 ' HKl
King and Bethel
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281.
P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St.. Odd. W. O. Irwin & Co.. Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rook, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
Auto for Hire
941 NUUANU ST,
iij iiiu iiuiiceuvu uuonago or uiptls.
Others suggest that pionilbes to bo
good, made by umno of tho workers
, nro too cood to bo true. .. '
MANUEL HEIS, Call un at anv
"J " .c-JlwCfife"
time bv telcDhone anv one of the
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
numbers: 2D0, 200, 1007.