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BVBM1NQ BULMJTIN, HONOMJMr, T. If., SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1908.
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Walluc R. Parrlnjjton, - - Editor
rr M'mtli, nti)ltaeln US, . 4; .7ft
I'rr Quiutcr, ntiywhcitlti V.S.- . 2. no
l'cr Year, ntivAlicte hit S M.t
Tcr Year, toitpAul, foreign, I2.no
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
'" I F?H!t-riiiI Kr
Slander nhvas defeats Its own
end, unit It is nu surprise tlint the
Cf attacks on Mr. Cathcnrt arc based
on n tissue of fulschood.
Men wlm support their natty can-
'illdatcs straight nro safely within tho
ranKH or wurkcis for better goern
HK'iit and efficient self-government.
It la about time fur something to
lroi outside tlto Whlto Houso as n
jesult of Mr. ltoosevolt's cpnfercnco
Ljtvlth Illtclicoel;, tho party manager.
Hawaii County has been 'quaking
tho past week. If l'elo stirs tome of
Uho tcnslble people to a ki enter ac
tivity In polities, the shaking up will
rile of sjme advantage.
So Timing Is to leave n string of
1 nmdavlts behind him. Those will
roon be dlsnobed of. Whereupon tho
only memory remaining in Honolulu
of Thwlng will be a bad smell.
Picturesque and alleged conver
sions to the cause of cood govern
ment oftllnics prove to be nu nssc
clatfun of men on the theory that the
dress-sooner or later reach n common
Assoclnto with nnil voto for tho
men who would build a better Ha-
j- wall. Sta with the paity men.
DoirtUie a winning sconi wno minus
Ljho 1h putting tho world right by can
Lieut. Kwins would undoubtedly
iimko one of the bravest lighters. It Is
a great pity that he and men of his
btniup nrc uualilo to combine self-control
willi, their bravery In- physical
According to Secretary Garfield,
President Roosevelt's ambition Is to
hne Hawaii a State. It cannot, then,
bu tho part of loyal American ejtlzen
tdtlp to icrk for Hawaii tho degraded
position of a Government by Commis
sion. The Democrats carry tho election
In September and the llemihllcnns In
' November, This nbscitlon of n main-
luud exchange Is a statement of hls-
torlcal fact iigiiliife? which may bo
charged the few exceptions that piovo
r the rule.
As for the lest of the Hullo-
s 1 1 n ' s rabid denunciations, tliu Trlli-
f -,u nn Is loiildit to set against them the
"npprmal of tho sanest anil most ic-
hpccti'il of Honolulu newspapers. -Hllo
This i espouse from Illlo's organ of
that foreign form of government
Government by Commission is eith
er a ship on tho wrist or tho first
thing that came to hand In tho gar
PLATFORM AND PERSONALITY.
Tho Republican platform declares:
Wo reiterate our firm belief In
li pioteitlve tariff as the basis of
tho piosperlty of tho American
Nation, nnd particularly of the
Territory of Hit wall. Tho devol--opmcut
of the agricultural inter
ests of this Territory requires tho
continuance of tariff protection In
older to shield our products
iigulnst ruinous foreign competi
tion. Now is it moro Important Hint tho
IKr. voters of Hawaii Bhould ict urn a
R. straight Republican ticket, thereby
WVX r JirOVing II1U illicsiiuau U4 I.IU licwjuy
fe t0 the Pnrty or protection,
'V v or. N
That Catbcnrt, for Instance,
should bp defeated for County Attor
ney or Wise for County Sheriff?
Tho response may bo that the Sher
iff or tho Attorney oi- the legislator
on the party ticket has no connection
This is half true. A split-ticket
fell campaign will endanger every man
T," .. . .1.1.. rnm llm
'-on tno tippuiiiicuu uwuui Hum ii.v
.Polcgnto down, twoai or renucen
.maiorltlea will bo acroptnl by the
SfpeoPle of tho mainland ns n definite
Sfojtpresslon tlint voters of Hawaii
PAYABLE HJ ADVANCE.
I'm SI Moulin, to ,m,
I'cr Vcr, iiijulictclii US I.oo
Pet Year. mtwlicre in Can.-wU... I. no
I'M Wat us(alil, lorrlj-n 3.hi
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Entered At llic rostoflicc At Honolulu
at noml clans hiitlrr.
OCTOBER 3, 1008
You can't uphold n principle by
voting for a candidate not nllled with
tho paity making tho declaration.
You can't gain the confidence of
the Alucilcnn people by writing a
platform plank on u -subject of great
Industrial moment, but proving by
jour vote that the subject uppermost
In your mind Is u dcslic to cult tiio
political thiu.it of one or more candi
dates of your paity.
REFORM WORK FOR MINISTERS.
Since tho Ministerial association
of this city has taken up reform
movements, which many consider out1
of Its province, while slighting Im
portant matters distinctly tho duty
of workers In the church, we com
mend to tho people and tho ministers
tho action of the Haptlst Association
of San Francisco.
During the recent session of tlto
Association, Itov. J. II. Travis, pastor
of tho llethel Haptlst Church, Intro
duced the following resolution:
"llellevlng that the home Is or
dained of (J oil, and believing further
that nny agency tending toward Its
overthrow Is vicious nnd to bo op
posed, we hereby protest against the
Immoral, Indecent, and unholy case
with which tho marriage tlo Is dis
solved In this Slate, virtually creat
ing n condition, In many Instances,
of progressive polygamy.
"And, further, wo hereby unite our
Influence with that of every Institu
tion seeking to lestrlct tho Issuance
of divorce ' to strictly scriptural
grounds, calling upon our pastors not
to oMckttc at the false marriage of
Following tho presentation of tho
resolution at tho clo'stug session of
tho Association discussion wan hnd,
the sentiment being unanimous In fa
vor of tho drastic action. The resolu
tion declnies that a Haptlst clergy
man thould not uincliito nt tho mnr
llago of any dhorccd person, but It
Is taken to cxcludo one who has ob
tained a legal separation on "script
Two-acre building site in the
Makiki District. One of tho
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.
For Inter-Island Communication.
l-'lno !cw of
nnd sea; soil
will giow nny
thing; slue iGx
200; two block)
fiom car, on
good stieet. I.ct
us show jou
these lots today.
Don't put It oft.
He your own
Bye nnd Bye
PARTISANSHIP TBE STRONGHOLD
OF SELF GOVERNMENT.
When an organization becomes cor
rupt. It Is time for the peoplo asso
ciated with It to keek means for elim
inating cither tho corruption or tho
organization. Until this sad stato of
affairs exists, strenuous Efforts to
prove the folly of organized action,
or charge that corruption oxlsts when
It does not, nro measures of destruc
tion; they do not promote good gov
ernment; they do not raise tho stan
dards of citizenship.
'Organized partlzanshlp Is as vital
to the success of a frco government
as the association of the people to
carry on tho government Itself. If
the perfect government has not yet
been Invented, It may o assumed
that tho perfect p.irtlzuu body Is ono
of tho things for which we must look'
to tho future. ,
Hy the same token, thcro Is no
more reason or good sense for en
deavoring to overthrow a party bc-
ciuso It docs not In some detail fit an
Individual view, than there Is causo
to"dcstroy n government which doe
not in each instaiico satisfy tho per
sonal opinion of some of lis citizens.
Tho present situation In Hawaii
nnd In the City rtnd County of Hono
lulu doc3 not find the regular Amer
ican party organizations corrupt. Nor
are these organizations urging cor
rupt men upon tho people.
Consequently attacks bused on per
sonalities nnd prejudice nro tho inci
dents of a policy of destruction and
disorganization. They volco tho spir
it of anarchy In politics, Thoy tend
to the samo result ns tho rioters that
would destroy nil government, for
politics mid tho methods pursued hy
tho people mnlto tho government In
n freo country.
Since It Is tho declared purpose of
a certain element In this Territory
to have tho peoplo ruled rather than
that they should ruin themselves,
what better lino of action could they
ndopt than n struggle to discredit
parly fealty, ovcrthinw tho discipli
nary forco of party Organization, nnil
thoieby ciuato u stnlo of political an
unity with each voter casting his bal
lot under tho sway of spllo and sel
fishness? Local self-government Is as much
nt stuko today In this Territory as It
ovor was. It Is perhaps more point
edly an Issue becnuso of n definite
movement to belittle strict partizan
ullcglanca and ruin tho prospects of
all partlzan tickets by singling Indl
lduals on whom to vent lavish mis
representation and pcrsonnl abuse.
People of tho earth wlm hnvo set
nbout destroying nn nvoragcly good
government becnuso sonio Individual
ofllccr Is not to their liking nro not
moro in error than the man who be
lieves in tho principles declared by
nn American political party, but aids
In overthrowing the whole bocaiifo
of tho presence of ono or two men for
whom ho or his mentor has n partic
ular personal Ill-will.
When Huwnll deserts partlzan gov
ornment; whon Its voters show that
their ballots nro cast ns prejudlco di
rects, thcro will bo n fair prospect
t - ss
WE ARE SHOWING A SWELL
IN MANY NEW STYLES AND
ALL COLORS. s
Prices $15 up
of government of, 'by, and for tho
peoplo departing from this section
of tho earth.
That such shall be the r.iso Is the
well-known hopo and definite object
of tho leaders of tho splll-tlckct prcn-
ugitnda. They aim tu bring about
such u saturnalia of "Independent"
strife that politics shall take on tho
character of anarchy more than or
ganization, nreludlcn miirn tbmi nn-
trlotlsin, and government shall be
come u fareo by the election of "In
dependent" Inionipctents answerable
to everjono and therefore to no one.
SENATOR FORARERy DOWNFALL.
The ablest comment tlint has been
published on the downfall of Senator
l-'oraker appeared In u leading edi
torial of the Now York World. Wo
glo It In full:
The World has no sympathy with
Senator l-'oralier; but neither Is It
disposed to exult over his downfall.
The caiiEcs of his political ruin mako
it not n private but n public tragedy.
It Is no mcro personal or parly
mnttcr when ono of the oblcst Sena
tors In tho Congress of tho United
Slates Is found to have been Bccretly
employed by the Standard Oil Com
pany, to have been n paid lobbyist of
tho Standard Oil Company, oven to
hnvo borrowed money fiom tho
Standard Oil Company for the pur
chase of n newspaper which was to
have been used to mislead public
opinion. It Is no mere personnl or
party matter when tho exposuro of
this Senator's secret relations with
Stnndard Oil helps to discredit every
thing which ho advocated In public
affairs, the good as well ns tho bad.
It was Senator Kornker who led tho
fight against a rallroad-rato bill
which places In tho hands of the
Presldont such tremendous powers
that tho greatest Inducements nio of
fered to tlto railroads to conttol the
Presidency. It was Senator Kornkor
who defied the whole National Ad
ministration of his party and fenr
lecsly champlonod the cause of the
friendless colored tioops whom Mr.
RooscvclUnrbltrarlly dismissed with
dishonor from tho service. It was
Sonntor Forakcr who led tho fight
wltlijn the Republican party ugulntst
Mr. Roosevelt's "attempt to niihio his
own successor through tho agency of
nu army of Federal office-holders, it
wus Senator Forakcr who, moro than
nny Democrat In Congress, did the
work of tho Democratic party tu pro
viding an nble, Intelligent, nggres
slvo Opposition to3onr-mau govern
ment mfil uutncntnoVv('r. ' '
Unfoitunately, tlni stench of Stau
daid Oil now cxlcujla far beyond tho
Senator himself. It clings to every
thing ho represented nnd binothcrs
every action, however courageous or
A Inige element of the public will
bellovo that ho fought against tho
Rate bill only because tho Standard
Oil Company opposed" It; that ho
championed tho coloied troop3 only
becnuso tho Standard OH Company be
lieved It was an effective wav of, at
tacking tho President; that ho was
iigulnst Mr, Tuft's nomination only
because tho Standard Oil Company
was against It; Hint he icslstcd per
sonal government only becnuso tho
Stnndard Oil Company, was incensed
by Mr. Roosevelt's course In prose.-
For ears to eomo demagogues on
tho plntform will cllo tho Furalier be
trayal of trust nn nn argument In fa
vor of every suit of wildcat legisla
tion that attacks pioperty. Socialist
orators will refer In It ns proof Hint
capitalists control tho Government
and that CongiesH Is only tho tool of
tho monoy power. Annrchlsts will
icjolco In It ns evidence that the Re
public Is rotten,
Senator Foraker's punishment has
been awlft, thanks to nn enlightened
nnd Irresistible public consclonco.
Mr. Tuft has severed relations with
him. The Republican organization
has nhandoncd him. His Stnto will
repudiate him If ho Is a candidate for
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re-election. His political career Is
elided. Hut tho evil will survive.
Joseph Hensou Forakcr Is done for,
but tho Standard Oil Company re
mains today what It was yesterday
and what It has been for many yearn,
the greatest single torporatlon agen
cy of political corruption known to
ACTION WANTED IN
Ratification Meeting Of
Chairman Judd or tho Republican
Coniniltteo him called n meeting, to
bo'helil this evening nt headiiuarters.
of tho chairmen of tho vnrlo.is precinct
clubs, tho purposo being to urouiio
them to action during tho campaign.
"Wo ptoposo to make tho precinct
club3, tho centers of Republican activ
ity lit tho different precincts," sal 1
Judd," and It is to further this woik
that the meeting has been called."
Rain or shine, tho ratification meet
ing of tho Homo Rulers mid I.aborlleS
will be held tonight nt 7:30 o'clock nt
Tho speakers havo been selected
and on account of tho vacation of Cm
band boys, tho music will bo furnlhiiL-d
by the Kahlllntilanl glee club.
Tho speakers, whoso lrtnii's wcro
published yesterday, will address the
audlenco In Kngllsh und Ilmv.illnii.
This was decided upon In ordei to en'.
lighten those who do not understand
Chas. K. Notley, candldalo for Del
egate to Congress, who iciii'iicd to
day In Iho Manna Ken, will bo Hit
principal speaker. His address, it is
said, will not dwell on local politics.
Ho will simply speak nu tho duties of
Iho Delegate nnd may loiK'h upon tho
land laws of Iho mainland.
Achl, llio candidate for Muyor, will
speak on tho liillucnco of monopoly oil
Iho commimlly. This, ho holds. Is ono
of (ho most Important Issues of tho
4uy, which In evidenced by tho uttt-
tudo of President Roosovelt In Iho
Achl promised to speak in Kngllhh
provided tho whlto element was pres
Merger of tho London and Paris
National nnd tho Anglo-Callfornlan
Hanks of San Francisco Is certain.
Funds nro ready for Hoalt law 11
bi-.iry building at tho California Stnto
University and ground will soon bo
Fntlro block in manufacturing ills
trlct in Oakland Is laid wnsto by
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Beans that are Really Baked
We want you to try them they are really delicious,
You'll Never Eat Better Beans.
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New Shipment of
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This is the neatest and dressiest of raincoats the very latest com
bination dust and rain-coat.
It is very light, and bull in color, and makes a serviceable dust
coat for autoists and ready at all times for a shower.
We have, in addition, nn cxtensivo line of the finest rnin-conts,
chiefly cravencttes, the first of the Winter's Styles.
COME NOW and GET your PICK.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 2, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m, to 4 p. m.
Parker Cummliigs to A F Tnviues. .1)
von llaiiim-Yoiing Co Ltd to K F
Abraham Fernandez and wf to Ks-
ther K Cockett D
R A Drummoiid nnd wf to KucleKu
Sugar Co Ltd lCxl)
Aparnhamn Mnhukona et til to
Chin Keo L
lMwnid F Fatten anil wf to Trent
Trust Co Ltd M
Entered for Record Oct. 3, 1008,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
George 11 Pierce mid wf tu John
Fitzgerald . . . . : D
John Fitzgerald and wf to Manuel
F lints ,...
Mrs Punoliu to J J Sllva ....:.. ,L
Manuel F Mendes and wf to Anto
nio F Mendes I)
Manuel llorgcs nnd wf to Manuel
Calrcs Jr D
Manuel Hurgcs and wf to John
Mary F Aiidnido nnd liib to AH It
Vlclni et ill D
YOUR VOTE can't be counted un
less you REGISTER.
(iuiuliio Indian Head, soft llnltli, nt
Whitney & Marsh's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank T. Dillingham
of lloston wcro Hie guests of honor
at n llttlo dinner at Aieadin, the'
homo of the Coventor, on Tuesday
evening. Music and conversation
completed a pleasant evening.
Mr. Rudolf J. Hiichl)'s rccllal, which
occi'rs. on Tuesday evening at Lls'-or
Hall, Puiiahoii, In being cngerly nii'le
lpatcd, Ho has been icpailiig for
tills event for a long time mid his
numbers nro already chosen,
Dr. and Mrs. Jumos Judd elitoi tallied
at dinner on Wcdncsdny evening In
formally and delightfully. Among 'ho
guests wcro Mrs. Oerrlt Wilder, Di, F.
H. Humphrls, Dr. Victor Collins.
Mrs. J. S. Spear, tho mothor of Mr,
James Dough'eily, was a passenger In
the Tenyn Miiru. She will miiku an ex
tended tour tu llio Orient.
Mr. C. M. Cooko und Miss Alice
Cooko sailed In tho Ter.yo M.iru for
un Oriental trip.
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