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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
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8inv will) torn uin. Don't pl.i
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Inn t II il' ill tune In hc.ir of tonr
lit iiixi' -t rutin the winter phin
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(ioveriWr Haskell has fuitlicr
rliiliu toa'aliie 111' W1IM 1)11111 III
.Ohm. ml nppmeiith uttciulotl Ihu
This will ho ii tnlghl.t ilry cnr for
the inilllU.il grafter who looks mi the
t-.llllplillSII pCllod IIH II Jlillr 80118011 of
piih mime) unci rlveia of freo booze
II 1 1 Inner Inle (hull never, to ie.il
Ixn ih.it I lie Htmlglit Heiiililliiin
llrki t offers the hUhct nvenme for
honest pulillcs .mil good government.
Mr. Newell, ,ip thu reprenuntntlte
of those who hivo encountered "Im
pOXHllillllli'K" mid nmstPted etery one,
la ItiMt the mini needed for win It in
The mnn who wees nothing good In
nny of I he tickets Ik not mining tho
Llthtcn to lie deiipilil'ei! llHill for
ctiniiminllv picgicss. Contempt Ik
111 proper sh.iio ot public opinion.
Hiving something to do with the
purne-Rl rings. J. P. Cooke will U'l
dnuuleilh make uood In his opposi
tion to the political i minor who tnltci
nil the eoln and delivers no tote.
ISirli having pxpurg.ited lcmnlnd
orvnf its Niitlnniil campaign commit
tefoi thu ftcpiibliciiii nnd Demoerntto
parties of tho ninlnhinil will now
proceed to tho real work of the cam
paign. Did anonp pininlse that Honolulu
would he kept In Immediate touch
with tho I'aillh ricnt? And if oth
iT8 of our countrymen ato not wor
rying about tho iU-itln ol Swln
Inline, win Khould we?
'The Republican party believes in
a representative Kovernmcnt, as
planned by the fathers. rormer
Sectetary of tho Treasury Leslie M.
All of which Is opposed to Govern
ment by Commission.
The caiiKo of uood Kovernmciit must
bo ti.iellng by devious paths to
loach tho Roal. whou Judge Kalua
can seiuip a Republican nomination
for C'ountv Attorney at the ".oiy mo
ippiit lie was dofoated by tho Demo
cratic contention In which ho sat as
On tho Island of Oahu. Mr. Xotlcy
Ir litnnlug for Delegate, while In
Komi ho Is rcgaidud as a candhlato
for tho Semite. A little straddlo lll.o
thin doesn't worry n Homo Itulo prili
tlclnn any more than u Itepuhllcaii
nomination disturbs tho Democratic
pence of mind of Sir. Knlua ot Maul.
It would ho of vastly moio Intel est
than politics to have tho robust men
of Walklkl low lands lined up against
thu long mid leans fioni Munoa
Heights. What moie glorious than
Mr. I toe writing his 'nth lcttor nnd
culling tho Knights of Walklki to
light for the honor of their wind
swept rlco patches!
THE DEVIL, HIS DUE.
(live tho devil Ills due.
And assuming for put poses of con
.ciilono that I,. I.. MtCnudlcs is tho
devil in thin Instance, give him the
honor that Is dun for that pmllon ot
his speech nt llilo In which ho seated
the County Sheriff for tho political
fund he Is alleged to have on deposit.
This money, It Is stnted, Is miido up
of n percentage of the salaiies paid
oftlicrs by the County.'
Itegaulless of what may happen to
Mr McCandlcss In his quest for the
Delcgiileshlp, tho noxt I.eglblatuio
hhould make It u ciimlnal offense to
J political tissossinents on cm
jilojea ot either tho County or thu
Ten J lory.
The fait thut tho system was onto
-woiked li a fonncr Itcpuhlican iu.ui
ligemcut does not 'innko It a let.B t'o
llom Ijieach of good cltlzvUblilp uud
AA.iwi i&U .k.-J'M,jtl.ii tint,
EtilPicil M tlif rostofTice ot Honolulu
us Minn I clis iiMiitr
SEPTEMBER 20. 100S
THESE PNREIGN ALLIANCES.
Tho Auicilcui eagle Is Jnt now
minus niiother bmu h of fenthcri".
owing to I lie 111. n 1 1 me id Mix Mar
shall t-'lelil to mi I'liRllslininu Mulcl
wln A. Dinnmioiid and the coiho
(litcnt picsumptlic iniusfci of niioth
oi large nnd u l-c ganl7rd Ameri
can blink . i mini mum the biliiy
This i.i i Inpe, like ln.in ntlicm,
piesom.4 a iiolitt to which the atten
tion of tho tnillt loUxlonlHtH oiiKht
to lie directed: iintnul), whether
Ainerlrn Is tint entltlpil to sonin pro
tot Hon nu.ilnst tho forelKiier who
mart lea ns he almost Inwulnhly
doiw when ho in.'irrles nn Amcrlrnu
wom.ui-one of our wealthy widows,
or nn helieas. A law icipilrlni; tho
furolRii pui'Min lo send :m unit li mon
ey of Ilia own oor heie as he e
peets his wlfo lo take oxer theio
would piob.ihly meet Ihu reiiulie-
inenls of the ultu.ulon. Smh a law
would oipinllzu the economic aspect
of thfvp nun i Iuroh.
Nor would It lend lo dlmlulsli pcr
(pptlhh the number of loe maldieri
lielwcpu American women and foi
Srnator Dnpont. whom Itoo?oelt
has forrcd off the Itepuhllcaii cani
palKii (onimlttee. Ik tho head of tub
Ponder TniM, nnd when unupiiipd
with llnnkcll of Oklahoiua Is pioh
nldj about "horse 'n hoi he."
I'm mer Sccietary of thn Tiensnrv
Sh.iw has dealt with Mr. lliyan In a
most (onvlnclUK niamipf. Spc.iklus
before tho Illinois Stato Coinontlou,
llr. Ilrjnn said: "I like .Mr. ltian.
Wu are peisonal filonds. lio Is my
neighbor nnd a eltiirmlutr Rentlcnian.
I alw-ios ro to hear him speak when
I (.in, nnd at one time I helped pay
his expenses. That was In IYIjiu
ar 1S0C, and I never regretted tho
Inu'Minent. . . . William .lonnliiKa
Ilrjnn is a cieat orator. I ndmlio
oraloi: I wish I had It. but I hae-
n t. 1 admit lock . I wish lie Im.l It
'but he hasn't "
Two-acre buildinc site in the
Makiki District. One of the
choicest locations left in this
district. Bargain price for quick
MANOA VALLEY BARGAINS.
Two tluxe-auarter ncre buil
ding lots for $1600 each.
A property suitable for a large
family. 'Laiije house and ample
grounds. Price, $3,000.
Call or write to
Corner Fort and Merchant Street
with other ISLANDS
K u.i,ii- haiu..
I II II III IBM HIMI.
'lUUHrr TDIICT PntJflANV
idy-Sif; r AN WVWMWW?I
Hawaiian Sugar Stocks nnd
llonils of tho hetler class are
regarded ns go)d and Bafo In
estnicnta hy nur most caie
ful nnd coiiRorvntlvo business
men, and' many of them are
now del It lug good Incomes
from their Investments In
these securities. Why not put
those Idle dollnic of jours to
woik hy buying n few good
dlt htend-iniug shares? You
will be surprised nt the io
sult. Consult us about' It
In person or hy mall.
SfUfd mk &M
CAMPAIGN OF MISRKPRESENTA-.
The IlawallaiiH, who now. hold
the tollng powei nnd the piajoi
it of the public ofUu-R, and miiiio
few others, aio Ktrongl) opposed
to mi) ihange In the present fin in
or Ruternmeiit. hut many, repre
senting the thinking part of tho
population, tvhii can kcu the ill 1ft
of eteiils. :ue strongly III fator of
tho I'eileial (Intel nmelit taking
hold nnd plat lug this Tenllory
on the Mine basis us the District
of Columbia. Honolulu corie
spondencoot San riiiiiclsco Cull.
Another Inrldent of tho campaign
of misrepresentation Is bioiight to
Note tho manner In whlili tho
writer or the Call article jilajs upon
the racial line. Ills purpose Is to
cicato the false ilinpresslon among
the people of the mainland Hint tho
Irresponsible i" ot the Teirlloiy mo
In fator of tho picseut form ot
American got eminent willo thu
thinking part" dcslro the Islands to
bo placed on tho samo basis us tho
District of Columbia.
Tho statement of tho situation la
so eternally false that it must In
the long iuii defeat Its own puipose.
People ot Hawaii know that tho
' thinking part" ot our population,
gauged hy fator of Clot eminent by
Commission, is so kiunll ns 'to liu ll
dleulous. The net result of such articles,
however, Is to discredit Hawaii ns a
whole, ictmd its piogress, stir up
hitter feelings among our own peo
ple nnd hinder tho patriotic Amcil
cans who aro successfully working
for tho American development.
Any man who will stop to think,
knows tho Impossibility ot placing
the government of these Islands on
the 'same basis as tho District of Co
lumbia." Hawaii is thousands of
miles I emoted from tho seat of gov
ernment. The District of Columbia
Is tho ccat of got eminent.
Malicious pui pose, n dcslro to de
stiny Americanism, Is found in every
line of the piopaganda now setting
out to Injure the Rood nnmo of tho
Tcnlloiy and Its peoplo thiough tho
Lahnlnn, Sept.Mt, 1D0S.
IMIIor ot (ho i: v c n I n g U u 1 1 o 1 1 n,
Dear Sir: Wo havo three now
teachers. Their names aro Miss Ahil,
.Miss Ho, and Miss Gohlcr. There are
eeteii sihoolrooins now, Hu.pst Cock
pit, one of our schoolmatus, graduated
and ho went to Honolulu to tho Nor
mal school. Pat Shaw unci James Ilu
channii went to tho I.alinlnuliuui
school. The fleet was ut l.nhalua dur
ing tacatton, Many peoplo from Wai
lukil came to I.ahalmi to visit tho
l-'lcet. 1 Bpent my vacation at Wallu-
We will be CLOSED
AH Day Wednesday
ON ACCOUNT OF
. J.iAjJi..uii,.tuAjb,.u!. ;iu ..-.liluitliM Xk. -i,,amih Ju..i.
Uu 1 will (lose hoping tu sco lliU let
ter Hi the b till rllii.
Kdllor of the V. v e n I n g '! 'I ! 1 e 1 1 n,
Dear Sir: It Is two months and
Ihrio weeks since we sctiool ihlhlicn
wiote to the II ti I let I if nnd wo nru
gl.ul that wo are In siliont toilay busy
leiidlng to our lessons PImrc Mr.
Iliillttln put In a spaie .lain of your
valuable paper our little news.
We" havo three new t achers, their
names are MIsr Ho. MIm Aim. nnd
dl3s (lohlir. MIs Holder teaches In
lhi third room nnd so do tho two
Mr. White has built two omci
Bihoolrooms for the nhool of l.ahnlna.
The grass is growing tcry well now
nnd so nrcour plants I mil going lo
mil my notva nnd I hope l vo It In
the i: t e n 1 n g II u I I o 1 1 h.
Ilnnnl.,1 K, l.nl siclit !t. 1!lllS.
To the i'llltor of H v c n 1 n g 11 u 1-
IP 1 1 II, llllllllllllR. I. II.
Ilnni !4lpttn nil llin'llk Villi !fll'!l
the botloin of our hearts fo" t'll.V.lst
half pil?o of 512.no Our pilnclpahas
plnnncd lo buy some prizes for, the
.l.ll.lpj... fl.nf .nrl inl-V llfllil (ll.llin
.llllil.i. ..... v,. . ....... ..,. .
)nrd without lielni, spo'oui to twlie
utiiir (liiiuren winiu 10 imy hiuh uu
bails, nut wo liatmi c,uuo ueciueu
what lo do with It Well' wo thank
jou tcry much.
I icni.un. respectfully )onrs,
HATCHUSI "l MAMOTO,
Orndo IV. Iirlgator.
itanalel School Sept. 21 1908,
To the Killtor ot tin I. vcnlng H I
lot I n, Honolulu T. II.
Dear Sir: 1 am going lo write you
these few words lo let ou know-how
llic sihcol is getting along. We hate
a nlcp school now I he yard la all
(leaned up every Trulay nnd Tuesday.
Wo thank )ou for the naif url.se of
money. The ilanalel ihlbiren arc very
glad, biinuso yon illtldcil the money to
each of theso two silinms. The chil
dren arc IKIng the garden again, they
arc going to fplnnt miiio llowera and
This Is nl the nt.a I can write
about. fours truly,
Ml YOUN TAM.
I'dltnr Kv c n l n g Bulletin.
Dear Sli : 1 has often occurred to
mo that It would benctlt tho Icadiera
tcry much, nnd perhaps others, If jou
could give a small php In the II ill
icit! n each week fur open discussion
of sdiool MibjectR. Tho sdiool being
the mod Important f.-etor In nny com
mtinlt), does It get the amount of at
tentlon Its needs clnuand? Might not
teachers bencht hy an exchange of ex
perlcnco now nnu tlirni Will tomo
pup answer this Idea'' If possible,
would It not be good for leathers once
a year or so to visit one of the best
tihools In session for one week? 1
Uatc thn thought with jou
Vours very Intcrestedlj-,
, A. TUACI1F.II.
Kalap School. Sent. in. moS.
IMIIor. i: v c ii i n g bulletin, Ho
On Monday tte were all glad to sen
tho money oider. twelte dollars nnd
f.fty cents, for half Ine prize offered
by your company to tho kIiuoIs on
Motokal for the hfst work In ngrlcul
lure. We thaok y.-.u tery iniiili for It.
Olaa 12 Miles School, Hawaii
fcept 24. mns
.Mr. W. It. rnrrliiRton, Hrtltor i;t un
I nc II ill lot In, Honolulu
Dear Sir: Pleaso accept out thanks
for tho money Older lor the amount of
IwpIvh dollars and fifty cents ((12 SO)
which jou havo given our tchool as a
pi lie In the Agricultiinil Contest we
entcieil hist term Wo woiked tery
hard and jou can bo sine Hint wo aro
"trj happ. to receltc tho pilze
Yours tery ttulv,
1 Cor Secj'.
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