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EVENING BCIABTfN, HONOLtTLTJ, T. IT., TUSDAY, OCT. 6, 190S.
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VVrtUncu R. Pttrrlnjfton, - Editor
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TUESDAY OCTOBER 6, 1908
Tlicro Is ct tlmo to Jal.0 In tho anil declared standing for righteous
faded Hags beforo the ltiilllc l'lcct ncss Into bucIi .t position as these men
nrrhes must soon put themsches beforo tho
- : world, IS AMAZING.
Hunk Koodmss, the Jue sotno it shows to what standards tho
war talU oer In Kuuine to occupy "reformation" of Hnwall has dropped
puhllc attention for .1 Benson. This if Indeed it cer possessed any of tho
should allow tho Pacific a short no- essentials of reform COMMON HON
rlod of rest. L'STY and 1'AIU PLAY.
I It is to bo IIOPKD that tho Depart-
C A. Spreckcls sajs ho an't fceo'ment of Justlco W'lUU I'llOSKCUTIJ
wh Hawaii should oppose tho freo tho fnustlgatlon SO V1GOUOUSI.Y
entry of Philippine sugar. Auother that It will go much further than tho
lnvtinrc of a man's interests lullu- INSTIOATOUS of It hae any ilcslro
encing his ejesight, for It to i each lint will he tii tho
- false bottom on which the "rcforma-
nev. Thwlng snjs his I.iilKpi reso- uun" i,awi
lutlon was not Intended to lino po-1
litlcal bearing. The Note of bis asso
ciates shows how a man may ik'cchc
himself, but not them j
Y'UR BUSINESS DUTY TO HAWAII.
I.uck will (lunge (leorgo Tali
child has bteti jo-iik trlng to settle
a Ultlo land dlllUnlu but hu walks
Into an election 10 the Territorial
Senate as casll) as tho water conies Islands,
down at Kapaa.
The man who reaps a return or
DIVIDENDS from Imcstmcnts In Ha
waii should Ili:iNVi:ST his SURPLUS
In the further doNcIopmcnt of tho
IIUSINI.'SS and INDUSTRY uf tho
The man who earns his Ihlng In
Honolulu Is cqunlly in duty bound to
I1UY HIS SUPPMKS and household
gooils of tho HONOLULU HOMU
John Wise was applauded by tho
nudlcnco when ho mado his first ap
pearance on tho speakers' platform nt MIIHCIIAN T.
Aala Park, and was onthusuLstlcally ! Kwiy man and woman in tbeso
rcccUed later when ho mado his 'Islands has a moral obligation to hU
speech What would jou call an out
fit that stated ho was glcn a cool
reception? Tho samo party enemies
put personillty beforo principle.
THE OPENING RALLY.
Iho opening rally of tho Republi
can party held at Aala Park was1
most successful, judged from tho
standpoint of men who belle; n In
straight-ticket otlng and LOYAL
Tho TACTS uio NOT CHANGED
by reason of tho UNEMIUS of tho Rc-
cltj and tho Territory to satisfy when
Investing 01 spending his or her
If tho Island Industries nro of suffi
cient alno to mako a man RICH, If a
sharo of their prosperity ghes tho
workman, tho mechanic, or tho clerk
.1 good living, a decent senso of PA
TRIOTIC DUTY should lead tho man
of wealth to uso of his surplus In as
sisting tho now Industries sponsored
by men of honesty, brains, and en
ergy who need a little capital to glvo
them u btnrt; It Is also the DUTY of
tho mechanic, tho workman, tho clerk
as well ns tho men nnd women of
Buy a Lot at Kaimukj
Not too fnr Horn
ctr lino on 1-lh
Aie.: 100 x 11');
cd; splendid view.
Ono - half block
f i om enr line; 7 ox
ed; good view of
sea; m a c a d a m
street; 12th Ave.
Two blocks from
car line; 100x150;
good view of city;
partl clearcdjmt -I'.ulam
Won't havo to bo
told that theso uru
great bargains, 'f
jmi nro looking
for Knimukl prop
erty, see us. Tlicro
arc no better lots
on tho summit nt
the hilt at any
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
"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,
ana 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 yonr own people
as a matter of habit, an evil reputa
tion will be established.
DUS1RY or a now I2NTDRPRISL',
lcsponda that ho desires ONLY
riltST-CLASS INVESTMENTS, ho
ically cannot nfford to take the risk
of something that has not withstood
all tho tests of preliminary vicissi
tudes and become established.
This Is tho spirit tint some call
conservative. IT IS, IN PACT, DEAD
WOOD. Let It prevail I.ONU
KNOUOII and It will wlpo all tho EN
ERGY and VIGOR out of tho REST
JTOWN that wns EVER KNOWN.
I Had tho men who backed the plo
nccis In tho sugar Industry taken
this view, whcio would Hawaii havo
Unci San Pranclscans who Invested
In the now enterprises of the Islands
refused to consider nn tiling hut tho
old-established enterprises nnd plnccd
no valuo on the ability, Integrity, nnd
.vigor of tho men behind the now
ones, how many new departures
would It liavq been posslblo for our
business lenders to havo mado slnco
tho annexation of tho Islands gnvo
Fortunes WERE NOT obtained,
IlnwaU'8 present progress WAS NOT
IIUILT UP by tho policy that is NOtV
liEINd PURSUED I1Y SOME, not all.
of the men who havo "mado their
pile" nnd now eschew any "specula
Nor were tho mercantile enter
prises of this city enabled to glvo cm-
plnvmcnt to an Increasing number of
people, by virtue of tho small bujers
sending their week's pay to the main
land for tho purchase of supplies.
If tho town Is good enough to
MAKE YOU WEALTHY, If It Is good
enough to GIVE YOU A LIVING, It
hns a RIGHT to DEMAND of YOU
that YOU show moro than nn ordi
nary nicasuro of LOYALTY when jou
Invest nnd when )ou buy supplies.
Stand by jour town. Rack up tho
homo enterprises. Invest In Hawaii.
nuy in Hawaii, no n Helper, not .1
Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
1, 4 to 7.
STRAIGHT TICKET ASKED
publican party having stated that it woaUlli , lllal(0 tlcr mlrc,lnses of
was NOT a straight-ticket rally and MVIN(. NECESSITIES, nnd even tho
It was .NOT a vigorous partisan dem- LUXURIES among tho TRADESMEN
onstratlon. of , Clrv , wn,CH Tn,:Y uv,.
Republican cindldates were well Tl0 nI)scntce ,.,,,,, , a ul:c.
received ami mo spcahCTs uro gneu QGNIZED WORLD-WIDE CURSE.
Ills I'lRST COUSIN Is tho capltnl-
tho respectful and enthusiastic at
tention o tho audience Tho crowd
nsscmblcd was icprescntattvo find
It was EVIDENT to anjono, pres
ent at the meeting, that tho AT
TACKS on tho party by tho OPPOSI
TION nro EASILY DISPOSED OP, nnd
what Is cqunlly If not moro Impor
tant, that speeches dealing with RE
PUIILICAN PRINCIPLES rather than
PETTY PERSONALITIES appeal to
the voters and will ENLIST VOTES
for tho Republican CANDIDATES.
Tho Idea that tho Hawaiian-American
PREI'ERS to bo fed with politi
cal flap-doodle and pergonal mush lias
been given a SET-HACK from which
It Is to bo hoped It will never recover.
That persons claiming extraordi
nary standards of vlrtuo tako a dif
ferent vlow nnd nro rarr.vlng on a
splto campaign, DOES NOT CHANGE
THE TACTS. Tho spite-workers and
JIUD-THROWERS will bo allowed to
PLOC1C 11Y THEMSELVES.
"I'orwnrd on Prlnclplo" well epito
mizes the Republican policy In HiU
campaign. And It will win.
Tho people aro getting Into line.
Tho Republicans pUco Patriotism be
foro Personalities. They call for
Manliness, not Mud.
Tho Republican PROSPECT LOOKS
partlculnily GOOD for tho City and
Count) of Honolulu.
Tho editor of tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n has
beon honored (?) with a copy of homo
of tho charges that havo beon filed
against United States District Attor
noy IlreLkons by Rov. Thwlng and his
Tho chaiges nro vicious enough.
There Is no doubt of It. Hut Mr.
Ilreckons has not been heard,
Tho most striking feature of tho
whole, business Is tho Inconsistency,
oven hypocrisy,, of Mr. Ilrcckoim' an
tagonists, who appear beforo thin
community ns ASSAILING his good
standing and IMPEACHING his IN
TEGRITY, at tho samo tlmo EXCUS
ING and EXPLAINING and UP
HOLDING Sheriff IAUKEA In his red-llglit-Isol
no to transaction.
How nny mnn or nny set of mon
can SO TWIST their mental attitude
"" " -t-i
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
1st that, whllo living within the coun
try, HOARDS his ever-Increasing In
como and holds out NO HELPING
HAND to tho workers who nro cntci
Ing now Holds of enterprise, striving
to develop new sources of prosperity.
Another CLOSE RELATIVE Is tho
man or woman who gains a living In
the town but sends elsewhere for
GROCERIES, to n mall-order houso
for DRY GOODS, to another place for
SHOES, and even to the nbbcntco
.tailor for CLOTHES, all of which can
be purchased In the local stores.
The town Is entitled to tho trado ot
Its own people.
j Tho pel son who makes household
'purchases abroad Is In Identically tho
same position us tho financier who re
fuses to help.
How many people rcalizo tho POW
ER OF A DOLLAR paid Into tho LO
CAL COFFERS OF TIIADK? It pajs
bills all along the lino from tho llttlo
retail merchant to tho wholesaler
nnd the banker, it STARTS ANOTH-'
ER DOLLAR MOVING and keeps tho
wheels of prosperity In motion, ft Is
two dollars added to community
Let that SAME DOLLAR be sent
AWAY FROM THE ISLANDS for
household purchases or investment,
and its ictardlug Influence, Its AID
TO 11USINESS DEPRESSION and do
laj of prosperity Is IMMEDIATELY
FELT, Tho goods of tho local mer
chant remain on tho shelf. Tho coin
Is taken out of circulation. Tho mer
chant Is DELAYED in meeting his
OBLIGATIONS. Iluslness, local busi
ness, becomes dull; all becauso tho
RENEFICIARY OF' LOCAL INDUS
TRY shares his good fortune with
somo other community interests than
those ot Honolulu.
Wo often speak of tho nhscntco
landlord becauso ho Is a glaring ex
ample What marked dlfforeaco Is tlicro be
tween this man and tho resident
whoso dollnrs nro rolling In m rap
idly that ho hardly knows what to
do with them, nnd who, when
asked for TIMELY ASSISTANCE
to tho WORKERS In a NEW 1N-
(Continued from Pane 3)
Independent. Aclil has accused mo
of being under the control ot the Inter-Island
Steamship Compiny. John
C. Lano will never ho nnd could not
be controlled by nny corporation;
never can be. I promised jou beforo
my election ns Senator that tho leper
suspect law would bo repealed, and
today 1 am glad to say that It Is no
longer in our Ktuluto book. If I am
honored as yonrMnyor I will conduct
tho duties of the oftlco ot Major hon
orably and with dlgnltv. Aclil has
done dirty work to jou people. Ho
cheated ou and stolo jour money in
real estate. My record is clean and I
nm not ashamed of It. Aclil claims
that ho Is a good politician, but ho
deserted tho Republican party be
cause ho could not bent inc. I thank
jou for jour attention."
Ilrjan accuses Tnft of being Imi
tator of the reforms that ho advo
cated ninny jcars ago.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
For Inter-Island Communication.
'J ' . e (t j
iJsArWAitfci tuu - iiIitMuftfifalliitli iiilllir
WE ARE SHOWING A SWELL
IN MANY NEW STYLES AND
Prices $15 up
liiWaitiMii v, J.cii.'il.A,t.i jl .. ... ,
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN S1.E0 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN S3.00 A DAY UP
Q A new down town hold. Steal and
brick structure. Furnished at a cost at
$150,000. Ewi comfort and condol
ence. On oir lines transferrins to all
parte of city. Omnibus meets all trains
ilU I EL STEWART
Now recognized as Hawaii
an Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "HOSTEW,"
MAKES AN APPROPRIATE
Wc beg to call attention to
our stock of FINE CUT
GLASS, among which will be
found articles at All Prices.
We invite your inspection
of our Large Stock.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Dust and Rain Coat
ou a nioitioaani
This is the neatest and dressiest of raincoats the very latest com
bination dust and rain-coat.
It is very light, and buff in color, and makes a serviceable dust
coat for autoists and ready at all times for a shower.
Wc have, in addition, an extensive line of the finest rain-coats,
chiefly cravencttee, the first of the Winter's Styles.
COME NOW and GET your PICK.
M. MCINERNY, Ltd., Fort and Merchant
The Way to Rest
Is the title of an article which shows how
health and happiness are greatly increased,
and how life may even be lengthened
through the use of simple exercises wfiich
will eventually teach.one. who practises
them how to give his mind and body com
plete relaxation. The article is written by
Eustace Miles, the well-known English
Tennis Expert, in the
I 15c. a Copy
THIS NUMBER ALSO CONTAINS
PLENTY OF GOOD FICTION
$1.50 a Year'
THE HAWAIIAN 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
waii, and many out of print, may
be had at
Tlios. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
RED KIDNEY BEANS
Beans that are Really Baker
We want you to try them they are really delicious.
You'll Never Eat Better Beans.
INSIST upon getting HEINZ.
New Shipment of DILL PICKLES just in.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
MMIJ l A Has Left Punchbowl For The
I IlO I ilinCT Orpheum
LARGE STOCK. LOWEST PRICES.
Coyne Furniture Co.
AUTO and CARRIAGE
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Merchant St. bet. Fort and Alakea.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
King St. near Bethel. Phone 70.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Pau Ka Hana
IN THE HOUSE.
King Street. Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
from us, besides
you save money.
113 HOTEL ST.
Wonderful Motion Pictures.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Picturesque Java, Forty Winks,
Stag Hunt, How To Make Time Fly,
Shoeing the Mail Carrier, Transfor
Admission lOo. Children So.
Seats in boxes, 25o.
Get a Victor
There's One for Every Home
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, LcL
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
number : 290, 200, 1097.
941 NUUANU ST.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Vart.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGINQ AND
General Jobbing A Specialty. 1
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St.
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