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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
r" I Editorial Rooms,
Independent candidates nro lost
sheep Bono astray, and awfully lonc-j
Admiral IlecUley In In n class by
litmteir. 1 1 U platform Is not elee
mosynary peripatetics and Isol notes.
Make the opening Hcpubllcan rally
n notahlo assembly with the head of
the tickctprescnt to set tho ball toll
The National campaign has re
solved Itself Into n contest over who
can heave tho biggest brick of person
Any cause lacks fundamental ele
ments of strength when Its support
ers clto tho errors of great men ln
tt i,i,i i. ,,nin,i n.nt n .lliorro
has been refused. Tho movement for
closer scrutiny H already exerting
nn Influence i
Investigators of tho Punchbowl!
mystery discovered the usual nccom -
patilmcnt of spiritualistic manifesta
If citizen labor does not proilt from
the construction of fortifications on
Oahu and tho development of Peailiwill assure tho unity and organiza-
Harbor, no ono does.
Railroad extension on tho Island
of Kauai will bring about nn era of
development that will placo tho Isl-
nnd far outside tho baronial cstnto
Notlcy's talk Indicates that ho Is
for Government by Commission, al
though his party followers probably
don't reallzo whero he would lead
- -" I
Our Httlo brown brothers from tho
Philippines might bo enlisted in tho
They havo Joined the critics of Ha
waii as It Is.
When there are from threo to thir
teen tickets In tho Held every man
may know bow ho will vote, but ho
can't for tho life of him promise with
any degree of conlldcncc that tho re
sult will promote good government.
No National issues nro Involved in
Hawaii's election other than to show
whero tho Territory stands on tho
tariff. Consequently the local cam
paign committees need not follow tho
National lead and indulge In person
alities. Never mako pledges you cannot
flit. Say vvhnt you can do, hut never
promise what is Impossible. L. L.
McCnndless' speech ut Hllo.
Has Candidate McCnndless not
promised that tho Lannl exchange
will be upset? Is ho certain ho can
"fill tho pledge"?
Incidents of ocean transportation i
servlco for theso Islands suggest that
passenger accommodations will be a
feature of now freight stcamors doing
business between Island nnd Const
ports. It this turns nut to bo tho fact
tho most serious problems In tha pas
senger service will bo holvcd,
Ono of the Independent candidates
for County office declared provlous
to his party convention In which ho
sought u nomination hut withdrew
at tho behest of tho leader of his fac
tion that ho was willing to sacrlflco
himself for tho benefit of tho party.
Having now declared himself "Inde
pendent," ho suddenly Indicates that
lie Is willing tn sacrifice tho party
for tho benefit of himself. Voters
tire not likely to accept his second
thoughts us tho best.
"Every delegate to any convention
shall, by virtue of his taking his seat
therein, be deemed to have pledged
himself to abide by the result of the
convention and to support the candt
dates therein nominated." Section
15, Art. VII, Rules of the Republican
mils rulo under which tho dele
gates of tho Republican convention
assembled requires no extended ex
planation among men who stand for
honorable dealing nnd straightfor
ward methods In politics.
rer Sin Months B ,llo
Per Veir, myw litre In U.S I.oo
Pet Year, anywhere In Canada... I. no
Per Year imipald, (orelcn 3.ou
Etitrtcd at the PostofTiCf at Honolulu
m urtrond class mailer.
SEPTEMBER 29, 1908
STAND BY YOUR PARTY.
I Let Republicans support tliclr
Hrnlght ticket and Democrats do the
, lly fighting nut the fall political
campaign on IIiIh basis Intelligent
I voters of the Territory will accom
plish something definite toward ele
vating tho standards of political ac
tivity and bringing better men Into
Oentlemeu carried away with tho
fallacies of. tho "best-man" doctrine
do not, If they nro honest, stop to
consider the conscientious party
workers who havo nothing to gain
from politics, want no office, but go
to the primaries nud attend tho con
ventions from a sense of patriotic
duty. Men of this stamp hnvo helped
frame the ticket, shaped it perhaps,
""J nro In the ranks to elect tho can-
'llJltc'' "" Tllcsc workers have
becn ln constant touch with all the
complicated personal and factlonnl
They hnvo given way hero and won
there, always centering their efforts
wlth perfect sincerity on assembling
tlie manv elements Into a representa
tive combination of men, in whom tho
people may place confidence, nnd
whoso nlleglnnco to party prlnclplo
tlon necessary to tho best govern
Is It Just or is It reasonable that
these honest nnd rellablo party work-
ers should have tho product of their
efforts condemned because in ono or
two or threo instances they have fall
led to accomplish that which sonio
critical outsider thinks they should
I Is the reward which these workers
reap to bo criticism and lack of sup
I port for the ticket, when tho
complaint Is, at tho worst, against
0no or two nnd splitting tho ticket by
support of Independents Jeopardizes
every man who has been named?
Aro theso watchmen on tho civic
towers fair to tho workers?
Some arc not nnd do not intend to
Two-acre building site in the
Makiki District. One of the
choicest locations left in this
district. Bargain price for quick
MANOA 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
tri 1V ' ?
j .U "'
Tfif Qtei lp New home; modern plumbing; all
" " CTd'At latest convenience!; 4 bedrooms; sit-
COOKA 3i lmtc on Young Street near Punahou;
vdrvOU "fl convenient to all carlincs; only ten
"minutes to Fort Street. Terms Easy.
Trent Trust Company, Ltd.,
916 Fort Street. Honolulu
be they live by misrepresentation.
We put tho query to tho honest men.
l'.trtlrnn government In Hawaii is
not coriupt government.
The greater danger Is that thnco
who would place personality above
party wilt by unjust and nagging
criticism, disgust tho workers and In
volve the voters and candidates in a
wranglo to determine which ono can
thrust tho political knlfo tho deeper.
P.trtizuu campaigns, not personal
campaigns, will carry Hawaii for
ward to better standards in govern
ment. Support the parly!
HOME RULE-ACHI MEN
(Continued from Vvze 11
to the office of Mayor, Kennedy would
be tho C.'ir of Honolulu.
Pocpoe Out for Secretary
J. .vi. j'oepoo was unntiicr speaker.
Ho stated that ho would like to see
Notley elected Delegate to Congress
so that ho (I'oepoo) could go along
as secretary to the Delegate.
Speeches wcro made as follows:
l-'eilow-citucns anil licnucmen:
Wo havo come hero tonight to learn
for ourselves what nro best nud most
advantageous things for us to do. Ac
cording to tho platform of the Homo
Hulo party, I am directed, in thu
event of my election as Delegate to
Congress, to oppnso the Immigration
of laborers from Europe. I mean by
It tho assisted immigrants. I cei
tnlnly am opposed to such u proposi
tion for tho reason that thcro nto
enough laborers In tho country In
day. Tho planters do not want to
pay them fnlr wages and on that ac
count tho laborers seek better places
elsewhere. Instead of Increasing tho
wages nf thnso who mo ulrcaily In
tho country, they reach out for moro
people to conin here and wnj-k nn
their plantations. That's the "trou
ble with theso planters. Clvo the
peoplo hero good pay and satisfactory
Bcrvlco will bo rendered.
'Another thing I deslro to nddicss
you on Is tho land law, affecting tho
homesteads. Tho Democrats nro not
tolling on the truth. If such n law
wcro applied here It would menu that
the revenues which are being derived
from tho Government lands today
would bo taken by tho Federal Gov
ernment. 11 means that tho Kama
alnas of tho land would bo unemploy
ed, which means hunger nnd thirst In
"At present there mo many peoplo
without employment, Thoy Maud
about on tho street corners, evidently
and eagerly looking for homethlng to
do. Slncn tho Federal work com
menced, very fow llawnllans or la
maalnas wcro employed. ThfJso who
nro being employed today iccelvo
comparatively small wages.
"It Is high tlmo that )nu, tho
Homo Killers, tho Labor!) cs, tho Dem
ocrats, and tho Republicans should
como in nnd Join tho parties of tho
poor, so that jour Interests mav bo
better cared for."
Pocnoe on the Stump i
"1 stanil before you tonight, gen-;
tlcmcn, as u Homo Ituler," said Poo
poe, "nud a si; von In excuse mo for1
not being nblo to talk loud. I was at
Wc will be CLOSED
All Day Wednesday
ON ACCOUNT OF
teww Aatrt . - .' SMMaiBtatjafi tf HwtfM4i '
I.ahainu recently, whero my olco bo
caino hoarse, ltcslde attending tho
Home Itulo convention there 1 did
some stumping for tho party.
"Tho Home Hulers nnd tho Labor
lies nro supposedly united today.
They nro trying to better tho labor
condition In the ( nun try. It Is thcic
foro nilvlsablo that Mm and all of us
should bo united In ono effort, so that
our ulni may be gained.
viy encouraging words to ou nro
"lrj, try again.' Wo have becn In
political campaigns many times nud
on many occasions wo wero disap
pointed. Wo should not give up our
hopes, but we must work together
unitedly, so that we may bo victorious
nt the polls. The Hcpubllcan party,
which Is In power, stated that It Is
the party of progress, etc.; but today
It seems us If wo nie going backward
in our business. It Is truo that cer
tain men nro benefited, but tho ma
jority mo not.
No Benefit from Pearl Harbor
Look nt tho opening of Pearl, Har
bor, tho construction of the forts,
nnd the arrival of cannons. While
they may have! been a great help to
many of us, tho majotlty of tho peo
plo did not derlvo nny good from
them. In limes of war they may ho
useful, but vvlillo they nro being put
In position very fow of tho citizens
and knninnlnj get bonoiu from them.
In tltuex of war tho cannons bomo
tlmcs liecouielour enemy. They turn
around nud do damage lo many nf ns.
"Ah a Homo lluler, I would Ilko lo
have you all help tho Homo Itule and
Labor parllei ln their work. If their
candidates nro elected to various po
sitions jou will bo benefited by it.
faoml Notley tn Congress with Poo-
poo (myself)' ns his secretary, and
tho results that this country will get
will bo great. I would 111.0 to go
Ibeio its n Hawaiian-American and
prove to those nt Washington that I
can tin something. 1 will bo able to
advise our Delegate as to laws. I can
speak to Unite at Washington In tho
Englhh languaga such ns ho would
1 proud of. Notley Is nn Independ
ent man -independent in means and
Independent In speech.
Pitches Into Kuhio
"Our Delegate, Prince Knlaiilaun-
ole, I nni torrj to say, has not done
any good for tho poor. Ho was thote
as Dclegato only, lytd his work was
tlono by his secretary, McClellan. Tho
Delegnlo could not do his vvoik Inde
pendently without tho dictation ami
the ndvlco nf his secretary. Ho show
ed that ho (ould not do nny thing
without tho assistance of n haolo sec
retary, who on his arrival hero was
awarded SB, 000 for his services by
tho plantcis. Tho Dolegalc, whom
For over Twenty Years we
have been making Souvenir
Jewelry, Our experience has
taught us how to make
Our stock is the Largest in
the city and our Prices arc
We welcome a comparison
li. F. Wichman & Co.
Good Dressing and
Two terms thit are never at variance with each other. The tasteful dresser is al
ways pleased to s:e a MANHATTAN shirt in his dresser, ready to be put on. . . p' '
We have a larRC new assortment of the latest artistic designs in these shirts a splcn
did stock, most exclusive in style, design, and quality. , -,'
We also make shirts to order. '
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
tho planters speak well of, received
-....... ... ,.,- . -H..tnntf flint la llin
JlOUllIlg lUr llin Bl'ltlirn, .....v -
way the Republicans treat a good and
faithful servant. It Is about tlmo
Hint we, tho electors, should elect nnd
send u strong, feat less, and Independ
ent man to Congress. That man is
Charles Kahlllaulnni Notley."
Achi on Monopoly
"l am opposed to a control ") '"
nopoly." said Achl. "In tho gieat
United States of America, the leaders
of the two great turtles, namely, tho
Itcpubllcans and thu Democrats, aro
todav fighting thoso who nro or wero
nflllinted with tho monopolies. H"8
kell, n well known Democtat and tho
treasurer of the Democratic parly,
wna loeonllv temoved from his nfflco
tin account of his connection with thu
Standard Oil Company. Senator I or
iiknr. it Iteinibllcnii leader, an nccom
pllshcd orator and u bosom friend of
President Roosevelt, was discharged
from Bpceclminklng tn tho Interest of
tho Republican patty, becauso ho nlso
received some enumeration fiom tho
Kennedy Pulls the String
"Right hero In Honolulu, tho Inter.
Inland Steam Navigation Company, ti
monopoly, Is placing befoio jou tho
electors of this city, men who hnvo
been and aro getting their support
from tho company. Thoy nro John
Lnno nud Joseph Font. Should either
ono of them bo elected, ho would bo
dictated to by Kennedy, president of
tho company, what Kennedy wouiii
hnvo to do would bo It) simply pull
tho string and Ills order would bo ex
ecuted. It Is unsafe for tho Laborltes
to vote for such men for tho offlco nf
Mayor. Kennedy Is not satisfied wllh
theso two men: but ho sends Frank
Hnrvey and W. O. Smith to tho Senate
to watch the Interests of tho company.
Still, he is not satisfied, ho sends nut
JUrrctt nud Chas. Roso to run for
Sheriff nnd Deputy Sheriff respective
ly. All theso men aro not safe. Ken
uedy. tho Czar of Honolulu, will lead
them and tell them to do as ho
pleases, and they can't help but carry
out his wantB. All theso men can get
work In the Inter-Island company In
tho event of their defeat or after tho
expiration of their term In ofllco. Ken
nedy can tell these men to leduco tho
pay of tho laborers on tho toad and thu
Interests of tho people will practically
bo controlled by Kennedy, president
of that monopoly.
Inter-Island Loves Figs
"This company or lis president,
Kennedy nnd tho directors, hnvo no
aloha for men. They lo.o tho pig
moro than they do thu man, and tho
licit peoplo get better consideration
at tho hands of tho directors nf tho
steamship company than tho poor.
This is shown by tho fact that a man
who goes to Konn in a stecrugo has
to pay $3 fnro whllo tho pig Is charged
50 cents or ono dollar.
"Above that, tho pig does all kinds
nf dirty things nn board tho steamer.
necessitating tho sailors to clean up
nt tho end of a tilt), vvlillo a deck pas
sengcr looks after himself until tho
nrilval of tho steamer ut his destina
tion. With nil theso things, Kennedy
Kt 1)1 bits aloha for tho pig and placo
tho mail nailer consideration.
Poor Man Soaked
"Might years ago, n cabin passengor
cuulil go to Komi fur $10, whllo u deck
passenger paid ?'- for his accommoda
tion. Today tho llch mo paving the
Bitiuo rato whllo tho poor. hnvo been
compelled lo pay $.1. Tho prlco of tho
plgB, I mulct Btuud, Is iibout tho samo
as It was eight yours ago.
"Unless vvu look out for ourselves,
tho labor men of tho country will bo
confronted with nlpk'lmls of plliktn. I
mil not looking for my own beuoflt
only; but I am looking nut for tho In
tcrest of tho peoplo nnd nf nitr chll
drcu and children's children,
"Send Clins. K. Notloy as our noxt
Delegate to Congress. Ho Is n man
of Independent means nnd could not
bo misled by u fow, who nro couttol
Hug tho country today.
Achi's Bluffs in Senate
"if nominated its candidate for May
or on thu Labor ticket, I will do what
Is best for tho country. Send good
men to tho Legislature to mnko good
laws. I havo been In tho Senate nnd
know what Is to bo done. Thoso who
desrro to get ndvlce nro wolcomo to
consult mo on any subject. It was
thinugli tho bluff that I played dining
tho Legislative session that I succeed
ed In getting ninny bills passed, i am
prepaied n help tlinro who want to
cot advice, t.et un therefore stand
:, itiJ; '? : .;'i'Ak,
"Made right here at home, equal in every respect to the im
ported and for less money. With a little cabbage and a
stein you can have a pretty good night lunch.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
firm, bravo and courageous In our ef
fnits and we will bo successful In tho
Previous to tho opening of tho meet
lug tho Democtnts In Knknnko tried
to hold u meeting asldo and npjit from
the Homo Rulo and Labor meeting.
Thoi-o who bid come Ihuru waited p.i
tlenlly for the arrival ot those who
piomlBed to como to the Democratic
meeting: but flnJIng that, thcio-was
nothing doing In tho premises, thoso
who stood out hi tho stioot turned
about nnd went to tho Homo Rulo
Tho music was furnished by tho Wal
pa glco club.
' The Atllclo published, In the "AD
VKRTIsr.R" Dated Sept. 20th., 1108:
under tho "IlilADINO": "WAIK1KI
SWAMPS" nnd the first fow words,
which read: "WlIATF.VKIt Till:
FACTS MAV III'.?
For Instance; Comparo tho "Mo
OHKW" MANSION, whom My Sister,
Mrs. W. L. l.YI.i: Resides; on tho
"ROYAL HAWAIIAN IIOTEIj
OROUNDS" opiintllo "CKNTRAI,
UNION CHURCH", nnd only u StonuM
Thiovv from tho "ALILNANDKR
YOUNtl HOTKL," but a row Ilundied
Foot from FORT STRUCT, ttho MAR
KET STRUCT ot tho County of
"OAHU";) with tho "ANNIK LAI-TIN
ROL" (Deceased) KSTATK MANSION
whero the writer Resides: and Certi
fied, under "OFFICIAL IMPRESSION
SEAL" n "ACTUAL IIONA FIDI!
(Legal) RESIDENT or tho County of
"OAHU" for TWENTY-FOUR YEARS.
MOSQUITO Who Screened Win
down, I havo dono nvvny with, jo.trs
ago, ns I found them unneresbiiry for
MOSQUITOES do not bother the
Residents ot "WAIKIKl"; especially
when tho first FLOOR ot tho
"HOUSE" or "MANSION" Is "SIX
FEET" above tho "OROUND."
Tho "McOREW" .MANSION, Is Wlro.
Screened nnd nppcars as though
"HARRICADED" Against snmo other
Insect or "DECEASE" UERM; be
sides thu "MOSQUITO."
"DOCTORS" havo no "TRADE" out
at "WAIKIKl", 111 "COMPARSON" to
tho "CITY RESIDENTS" "SICK
Tho "QUEEN" LILIUOKALANI,
(QUEEN ot tho "HAWAIIAN" IS
LANDS; Is coming nut to Resido In
"WAIKIKl" ns "WAIKIKl" Is tho
"HEALTHIEST" PLACE TO LIVE.
(Signed by) CHAS. 11. ROE.
Sept. 2Hth. 1908.
Letter No. 92n8.
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