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JSVBrflNO BtJLUBtlN, HONOLULU. T. H., JIONDAY, OCT. 5, 1908.
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Wlluc R. ParrlriKton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
ry 1 Editorial Rooms,
WHERE PERSONALITIES LEAD.
The ilisratlatlon to which perron-
alltlcs In politics leads Is exemplified
In the personal abuse of Mi. Cath-
' Not satisfied with speaKliiB evil of
tho official, the ansallants lirlttg tho
lady stenographer of tho County At-
torno's ofllce Into lino of tho mire.
nmlplalnb intimate that she Is mor-
paid, although her salary is cstab-
llshcl by the County Supervisors. Tho
attack is more than unfair; It Is In-
Tho Itopubllcan party makes i
mlstako In holding He campaign to
plane of common decency and manll
nens The Independent campaign o
misrepresentation and nbuso will, ai
Chairman Jiuld picrtlcted, defeat 1U
Kill mctl'ivds appeal to the cll
jnlnded. THE NAlHuiJiL ANTHEM.
At tho close of tho cry interesting
nddrtss In Central Uiilon Church Sun-
da ccnlug, Row J)r. Scudder an-
nounced that tho concluding number
of the song serlce wfuld bo the Na-
tlonal lijmn. Whero.upon ho g.-no
out "Jly Country. 'TIs of Thee," sung
to tho tune of "God Sa.e the King." split-ticket men and party wreckers
What Is tho National anthem or of Hawaii. It has absolutely no iip-
thc National hmn? plication to tho local situation.
Easterners aro Inclined to tako tho Hawaii's partlzan politics laiks tho
lcw of Dr Scudder. Jinny South- one fundamental factor of tho sltuu-
erners would rather ting "Dixie." Hut Hon to which Mr. Clce!and'g remarks
tho authorities stato that tho "Star- might apply.
Spangled llanner" Is THIS National Hawaii's partlzan politics linvo not
nntliem. "grown to partisan dictatorship and
Mr. Scudder ought to luwo somo bctomo a thing of proprietary con
reason for substituting a sons which trol prostituted to tho uses of liar
Is not ofllclally recognized. It may gaining cud treacherous schemes."
bo that tho high noto of tlio "Star- When they Ii.no retched that stago
Spangled llanner" makes It unpopu
lar for congregational singing, or pos
sibly ho makes a distinction Tiotwoen
the National anthem nnd tho Natlou-
u 1 lij inn.
HnUng n National Anthom, wo
should cither sing it or change, it.
ATTEND TBE RALLY!
The rally tonight should draw cltl
zens from Mal.lkl to Palama, cspo-l
daily tho former.
Tho man who otcs for tlio "best
man" nnd thereby helps wreck his
party without good tauso usually
titays at home from the rally. Just as
he does from tho primary and tho
precinct meeting. In his own opin
ion, ho knows all there Is to know;
ho doesn't luno to bo told by nny
common, ordinary speakers shouting
from tho stump.
That's what ho THINKS.
So ho remains at home, and keeps
out of touch with tho people Ho
loses thnt knowledge of conditions
that must ,bo borno upon him by nn
hour or two In tho jostling, well
mannered crowd of Aala Park. Ho
gets out of Bjmpathy with tho people.
Ho hides his head In tho sand of In
difference, prejudice, or laziness, nnd
when ho goes to tho polls filled with
u pompous Idea of his superior Intel
ligence, he Is ns blind as a bat to tho
Tho otcrs of Mnklkl frequently
reckoned ns tho center of wealth and
intelligence should go to this first
rally, to prove to tho voters of l'.i
lamn that they aio In earnest In their
political thought and effort.
Thcro la tho sanio reason for at
tending a political rally that thcro Is
for going to prayer meeting. You
should show by jour presence, that
joti nro at least Interested In tho
Porhnpi tho speeches will not ho
up to jour Ideal of what a political
speech ought to ho; tho oratory may
bo frazzled or the discussion Illogical.
It will do n voter good to at least ho
nn tho ground nnd lenrn for himself.
Ho may leavo moro disgusted than
when ho camo. Very well, tho politi
cal workers nro willing to tako" a
chance on thnt. And If ho ho Influ
enced for or against tho speakers or
the candidates, or the party, ho Is at
least acting ns nn American citizen
should In mnttors of government
from his own knowledge nnd Intltnato
nc'qunlntance with the facts.
And suppose ou do not expect to
lL. the candidates, or the party, lio Is at y,WlfMltgS&Si PriCOS $15 UP
a'iT wn, (.mitt, .. ..M ...v..i-... . li ,... (srwftvr fZUmz MUlNMlu
tKi from Ills own knowledge and Intltnato iJi-T3m' f WWi.bUnrAnii
MBt acquaintance Hit the facts. Iff&QSmnS&t&ir PHI F? IV 5
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OCTOBER 5, 1003
lie pleased with all that tlto onntors
aj. Docs mcry remark of tlio Sun-
,'av morning upcakcr suit ) our fancy?
"" "" "Simons oi mo prnjcr meci-
,,,K n"er "'ll(0 " "c-lr"' Uoc9,
uu anuw ui iiiu inciter itir
w,llcI' "u W our K"'"1 nlonc'' '-
wn8 satisfy ou?
, '8,'hcrc n' rpa8("1 " " ho'''
'""' In "" discriminating and
IosslmlstIc rrltlclsm of tlio political
"iccllni; than ou do of any other jou
n,tcml for I'lcamiro or frm. - , so
Ai.l ro foil
Kuu-a. i it4 ..t tlt.fh-nilj ire lot
iut'1 1. 1 y pnulii'f, to iio.ie, .ny
tn r. .p iti o ttlc i ci rliichb met
j t i'ti o,ur I dp fM
WHEN PART1ZANSHIP BECOMES
"Nor should any fall to detect tho
humiliation and disgrace that ut-
itachcs to p.uty lcadcishlp AITEIt it
has grown to partisan dictatorship
and become n thing of proprietary
control, prostituted to tho uses of bai-
gahiln;; and treacherous schemes."
This Is an extract from a speech
matlo b Orocr Clocland.
it is quoted as aid and counsel for
It will bo timo enough to work tho
humiliation and disgrace end of It.
At tho present timo tho humilia
tion and dlsgraoo from which this
Territory suffers nnd of which tho
City nnd County of Honolulu Is tho
enter. Is that which attaches to tho
exhibition made by a cotcrlo of men
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"REPETITION IS REPUTATION."
As a citizen of the Territory of Ha
waii and of the City and County of
Honolulu, don't you feel that it is
BETTER TO SPEAK WELL of the
PLACE, its PEOPLE, its POLITICS,
and its BUSINESS, than to be com
plaining, misrepresenting, gossiping,
and repeating that which you know
is either not true or not helpful?
Remember that "REPETITION IS
REPUTATION," and if you condemn
your own town and jour own people
as a matter of habit, an evil reputa
tion will be established.
who nro doing their best to make Ho
nolulu appear corrupt when it Is not,
slander rellnblo and capahlo officers,
and deliberately misrepresent honest
citizens and political workers who aro
giving their timo nnd effort freely to
establish respect fot organized gov
ernment nnd organized political ef
fort. It's a sorry bird that gratuitously
fouls lta own nest.
II' dropping Iaukea and taking up
the divorce cll, tho Ministerial Un
ion dlsplujs a measure of common
senso that is refreshing.
Hdltor livening Dullotln:
" . . . Tho reception will bo nono
tho less glorious It tho faded emblems
of tho streets aro lcmovcd." Ilul
lotln. And so say all of us. To keep up
the dismal farco of these "decora
tions," In their present disreputable
condition, on tho streets nnd tho Ex
ccutlvo building (Klshmarkct except
ed), would be tho worst of bad taste,
not to say a downright affront to tho
returning Pacific Fleet.
The unstinted lavlshncss nnd whole
hearted cordiality of the Australasian
cities In their wclcomo of our sailors,
and tho magnitude of tho reception
awaiting them In Yokohama, make
Honolulu tho favored look by com
parlson liko tho proverbial thirty
Gentlemen of the Decoration Com
mittee, plenso wako up. Do not make
us any cheaper.
Oct. 3, 1908.
When tho Hllo High school wns be
ing built, thero wns moro or less dis
cussion nH to tho probability of Its
being lmmuno from earthquake. Not
a crack has appeared In tho big build
ing slnco tho sevcro carthquako of last
week and tho plaster Is porfectly
sound. In tho laboratory, moro or less
full of glass, where a row of glass bot
tles, t'BFe! nnd other containers
stood on tho edgo of n high Bholf nnd
closet, not ono plcto of tho glassware
fell to tho flooi, nor wns ono moved
from Its placo Hawaii Herald.
WE ARE SHOWING A SWELL
IN MANY NEW STYLES AND
PREPARE TO ATTEND
President of Precincts
Report to County
Tho meeting of tho Hcpubllcnn
County Committee and precinct pres
idents Inbt Saturda) evening was op
ened by C. T. Chllllngworth In tho
absence of Chnlrmiu Judd, and tho
roll was called. Secretary Crawford
ftntci". that ho had no record of tho
officers of scernl picclncts, and' ho
was Instructed to ndcrtlsc for such
Tho chairmen of tho various pre
cincts were nsked huw far their vo
ters had registered. In some town
precincts thcro was still a largo per
centage to register, hut In many
others, especially tho country pre
cincts, most of tho oters had been
Chllllngworth suggested that It
would bo well for tho precinct prcs
Idcnts to get to work on the matter
of registration when this wns needed
lie added thnt the idea of tho meet'
Ing wns to ascertain Just how each
precinct stood, so that tho Central
Committee could roneenlrato Its ef
forts on the precincts where it w.u
Crnbbo suggested that tho Central
Committee should throw moro work
on the precinct presidents. They
could do tho nctu.tl work nnd report
back to the Central Committee.
J. P. Cooko said that special at
tention should bo paid to registration.
This could only bo donn through tho
officers of tho precinct clubs, ns thcro
wcro still many otcrs who had not
registered. Tally was being kept of
tho icglstratlon by means of n caul
Index b) stem.
Chllllngworth said ho thought
Crabbo's suggestion wns n good one.
It was a wlso thing to luno the pio
clnct officers do tho work In their
own precincts. Ho thought tho
presidents could call meetings of
their clubs nnd later report back at
a gcnernl meeting liko tho ono being
hold. Tho-matter of registration
should also ho followed right up.
Mnhaulu reported for Wnialua thnt
tho club thqro had had several meet
ings, at which tho district had been
dhldcd Into fhe divisions, each un
der a lunn, who wero shifted about
frequently, bo thnt their reports
could bo compared.
Darker said ho thought tho power
of tho prcEfticl club executive com
mittees was, being taken nwny from
them and given to tho presidents.
Qulnn suggested that another meet
Ing be called of nil tho precinct pres
idents for next Monday. A commit
tee could bo appointed to notify
Cooko suggested holding such a
meeting on Tuesday. Ho stated that
out of n.OOO voters only 3,000 had
It was also stated that only about
fifty Chinese had registered this cnr,
while there had been 300 Chlncso rcg
Istcred at tho last election.
It wni finally decided to hnvo a
meeting of nil the precinct presidents
next Wednesday evening, when the
necessary data In tho matter of reg
istration would be at hand.
Cgmplalnts havo been made because
tho Sheriff appoints plantation men
as policemen. I think that Is right for
It saves our own policemen from do
ing cxtrn work. Iho Governor has
Bald the plantations nro tho backbone
of tho Territory, nnd It Is nil right to
appoint poMco fiom them bo that they
will not bo Btimmoncd as jury men.
Kcolaiitil should bo paid his expenses.
If thcro nro ien murders hero and ho
has to pay them, what will ho luuo
left?" H. M. Knnlho In his opening
address of tho campaign.
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