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aVBMlNQ BULLETIN, HONOLtJUJ, T. II., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1008,
'. DAILY and WEEK.Y Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LID.
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day exce. ot Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday ot each week.
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Wallaco R. K'-nrrlni'ton, - Editor
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Straight-ticket talk Is common
talk. Hut lwvo you registered.?
Paitlznnship ami Principle appeal
to the people with far greater force
than l'ctty Pertunnlltles.
The l'lcct? Will Klvo Honclulii
Information as to Its wherc;ilotita
when Admiral Swlnburno issui tbu
You can't BticiiKthen a good polit
ical organization by iIoIiir jour ut
most to discredit tho ticket It Is
Working to elect.
Tho Star-Spangled Manners still
wave, hut wo hope Honolulu's patrf
otlsm Is not to ho gauged by the
frazzled nppearnnco of thoso over
head In the streets.
Manila's hiudncs-i 111111 are entitled
to sympathy. Honolulu can well un
derstand what It means to our trans
Pacific neighbor to havo inado nil
preparation for entertainment ot the
Fleet, and hae tho town shut up by
When tho citizens ot Hawaii unite
to glvo tho Territory and its peoplo
n good name, even tho military men
will forget to talk of tho character
of our population nntl possible neces
sity ot its being ruled, rather than
ORGANIZATION AND THE TICKBT.
It Is fortunate that any perron
contemplating n departuro from tho
straight Republican ticket should bo
convinced thus early In tho campaign
that ,tho ncntlemen in charge of tho
party organization aro exceptionally
The rank and fllo of tho party
know this long ago.
When tho civic sleeper awakes on
another occasion, ho should recall
that tho.convcntlon that created tho
campaign organization was nlso re
sponsible for the candidates tho Re
publican party put In tho field.
It is not possible to smash tho tick
et which tho Republican organiza
tion Is trying to elect without there
by smashing tho standing ami
strength ot tho organization.
DUF13AT of tho TICKET means
DEFEAT for tho ORGANIZATION.
NO PRACTICAL OSE.
It Is u sourco of great satisfaction
to hear thnt (lovcrnment by Commis
sion Is purely nn academic question.
Tho II it 1 1 o 1 1 11 has felt that tho
matter was originally brought up
merely for purposes of discussion
among a very Binnll minority of our
population thnt Is not and never has
been In favor of tho American form
of government, although taking most
kindly to nil tho promlso of stability
tho presence of tho Flag may afford.
Spokesmen of this minority nro leao
tlonarlcs in every senso of tho word.
They fought populnr government
when tho Territory was established
11111I hnvo been opposing It at oveiy
Happily, their campaign has not
been and cannot bo successful, be
cause it appeals neither to tho good
ncnso of tho American peoplo nor has
It tho forco of National necessity.
Consequently, of course. Govern
ment by Commission becomes u pure
ly academic question. Hawaii has
no practical uso for It.
THE NEW MATSON STEAMER.
Tho now passenger steamer to bo
built for tho local tcrvlco of tho Mat
son Nuvigatlon Company appears to
bo a development of the plun which
tho 11 ii 1 1 0 1 1 11 has insistently es
poused that carriers of freight
should also ho carriers of passengers.
Whon every steamship that comes
Into this port for tho freights to ami
from tho mainland Is equipped fur
pabsengors, a long udvanco step will
bo taken In tho solution of tho trans
portation problems of tho Islands. It
Is not necessary thnt every steamship
offorcd to tho peoplo of Hawaii
hhould bo a palatial liner. Far bet
tor Is It for this Territory that nil
tho steamers ot largo freight-carrying
capacity should carry passengers
Per Sin Moulin
Pet Yfir, anywhere in US....
Pel Year, anywhere in Canada
Per Year postpaid, foreign ...
Entered at the PostofTicr at Honolulu
as ftt-iotul class mi tier.
OCTOBER 7, 1908
nt a low rate, mid make It pay, than
that great passenger ships should ho
added to the local licet without tho
assurance of people to warrant tho
continuance In the service.
Under the schemo which tho Mat
snn people evidently havo In mind
U10 passenger (service will bo devel
oped. This line started with tho En
terprise, later added tho Hllonlan
and tho I.urllno each of which aro
recognized freighters hut with very
1 comfortable, though limited, passen
ger accommodation. Now comes a
larger steamship, primarily built to
carry freight but with n larger and
'better passenger department than
nny .of thoso now In tho sorvlce.
1 The announcement. Is good news
to tho people of tho Territory. It
i shows it progressive spirit on the part
jof the transportation company and a.
'particular regard for tho facilities
our people havo sought for many
HELP YOUR OWN TOWN.
No one will be round to OPENLY
opposo the suggestion that money
mane In Hawaii should ho Invested
lit promising now enterprises.
It Is very seldom that small buyers
vlll admit that they are buying their
supplies elsewhere than from tho
tradesmen of tho city In which they
nro making n living.
Loynlty to your own town, Its bus
iness ventures, it ml its business men.
Is so generally recognized as being
llimiT that tho backslider Is asham-
' ed of himself. Ills explanations aro
'excuses, NOT JUSTIFICATION.
I Tho man of means. If he be of tho
average human temperament, gets
! nioro real pleasure from tho Invest
ment ot ins surplus in tho country
where It was mado than ho docs by
bending It abroad. DEVELOPMENT
OF YOUR HOME TOWN and tho nd-
ulttlon of new Industries is n sourco
, of satisfaction to :t man WHO HAS
HAD THE ENEROY AND AUILITY
to build up 11 good business while.
' "rTftii'lt.. .... ...11. !. ..-..,
Honolulu mid Hawnll are not as-
Two-acre building site in the
Makiki District. One of the
choicest locations left in this
district. Bargain price for quick
MAN0A 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.
5ra ( xiBW . 0-jjT
Not too far fiom
car lino on 12lh
Ave.; 100 x l&'ij
partly c I 0 n r -ed;
One - half block
from car line; 75x
ed; good view ot
mountains a n d
sea; macnih m
street; 12th Ave.
Two blocks from
car lino; 100xl5u;
good viow of city;
cadniu street; 11th
Won't havo to bo
told that these nro
great bargains, 'f
j 011 aro looking
for Kalmiikl prop
erty, see us. There
nro no belter lots
on tho summit of
tho hill nt nny
Trent Trust Co., Ltd. 1
slsted, prosperity is not guaranteed,
by Investments abroad, when thcro Is
opportunity to help tho pioneers nnd
workers nt homo.
Tho capitalist or tho man work
ing for wnges Bomctimes points to tho
other as proof that he Is not tho only
one. That shows neither believes
he is RIGHT.
At the piescut tlmo Honolulu has
great opportunities offering. Tho
cash surpluses for Investment nro
said to be reasonably largo; tho
workers and tho salaried men aro
All that's needed Is to form the
HABIT of homo purchnso and home
Investment. Tho combination will
cause this towu nnd every other
town of tho Territory to grow nnd
prosper as never before. This Is nn
object WORTH STRIVING FOR.
THE TREATY OF BERLIN.
The treaty of Merlin to which tho
world's attention Is now directed was
n "settlement" of tho differences be
tween Russia nnd Turkey which
have always kept tho Dalkans In tur
In 18TS, some of the Turkish prov
inces began a revolt; Herzegovina
took the lend and was soon followed
by Scrvla and Montenegro. Hut It
was not until Inter that tho coun
tries becamo free, to nny extent, of
Turkish rule. Tho differences be
tween Turkey nnd Russia wcro grow
ing to an importance not only to tho
two empires but to the wltolo ot Eu
rope. Nono of tho European nations
wished to hnvo Russia cnlnrgo her
territory or Increase her power. Left
to themselves It seemed as if tho nb
Borptlon of Turkey by Russia might
In 1878 tho great European Pow
ers decided to Interfere and tho first
reform they asked of Turkey was
better treatment of her Christian
provinces. Representatives of tho
"six great Powers" met In Constnn
tinoplc, but Turkey rejectod their
overtures and Interference. Russia
announced herself ns defender of tho
Christian provinces and war with
Turkey was declared, April 12, 1877
Roumanln declared Its Independence
the following month.
Turkey wns forced to ncrept Rus
sla's terms ns mado In tho treaty of
San Stefano signed March 3, 1878
This was modified In 1879 by tho
treaty of Ilerlln, which provided that
Montenegro, Roumunla, and Sorvln
should be Independent. Russia ob
tained Roumanian Rcssarabla, but
gave Doorudja to Roumunla. A por
tion of Armenia, Including llartoum,
wns also given to Russia. Uosntii
amj Herzegovina wcro given to Aus
tria. Ilulgarla north of tho Balkans
was erected Into n principality still
under tho Bwny of Turkey nnd llul
garia south ot tho Dalkans was mado
itn autonomous provlnco called East
Other changes not derided upon nt
Berlin but which went Into effect In
1877 and succeeding years, vcro tho
right granted England by Turkey to
WE ARE SHOWING A SWELL
IN MANY NEW STYLES AND
Prices $15 up
"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 cither not true or not helpful t
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 win be established.
occupy Cyprus; the transfer by Tur
key ot Thossaly to Greece; placing
Tunis under the protection nt
France. Eastern Rumclla wns an
nexed to Bulgaria in 1885.
'TIS GOOD TEXT
Editor Evening II u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
The splendid editorial In last night's
II ti 1 1 c t In , "Your Business Duly to
Hawaii," should bo used as n toxt In
Honolulu's schools. It hits tho nnll
on tho head. Where Is all tho money
going thnt Is received In dividends
nnd redemption of bonds? It Is not
finding Investment In Hawaii.
As to one ot the lesser things you
mention, It Is common report thnt
certain business houses, depending
upon the community for trndc, com
blno amongst proprietors nnd em
ployes to purchnso groceries, shoes,
etc., on tho mainland. Where would
these firms be If everyone did like
wise? They need n warm applica
tion ot tho Golden Rule.
Honolulu, Oct. 7, 0S.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered fori Record Oct. 6, 1908,
from 10:30 a. mo. to 4 p. m.
Caesar R Jardln to James K Kula.RS
William Chnrmnn to James K. Kula.I.
Pnlnn Nuholo (w) to Tr of Church
ot Latter Day Saints D
Kallma to Tr 'of Church of Latter
Day Saints D
Mary Munsmanu and hsh to Tr of
Church of Latter Day Saints ....D
Scnzo Honda to Sautaro Tanlgnchl
Arvllln S McWnyno by ntty ...Notice
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Abel A Car-
Abel A Carrelro nnd wf to Julia
II Afong .., d
Arloll Bros lo Olnn Sugar Co Ltd.. CM
Y M Wco and wf to James II Castlo. .1)
0 N AInpal to Yuen Fat L
Yuen Fat & Co to Y M Wco D
Yuen Fat & Co to Y M Weo US
Nnaunn (k) et nl to Akuna L
C K Chow to Chun Knm Moon et
O K Chow & Co to Chang Knm Chun
et nl Appfm't
lcnry i; cooper to Rank of Hawaii
Manuel Francisco to S K Sylvn D
entered for Record Oct, 7, 1908,
irom a a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
F D McStocker Tr to Tr of Violet L
Knmakuwlnoolo et nl D
Tong Ylck Wni Co to Chang Suslo
Mco , i.
YOUR VOTE ran't ho miitiM un
less you REGISTER. -
A very timely pamphlet Is being dis
tributed by tho Bishop Insurance
Agency, being "Tho North British
Mcrcantilo Insiiranco Company's Po
litical AthiB." This Is n complete com.
pendlum of tho fncts, figures, plat
forms, men nnd issues or tho Prc3l
dcntinl campaign of 1908. Tho pub
llshera nro Hand, McNnlly & Co. It
Is very handy for tho election Info.
matlon which everybody "knows" but
Just can't think of nt tho tlmo when
Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
1, 4 to 7.
MAKES AN APPROPRIATE
We 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,
M. F. Wichman & Co.
A Popular Insurance Man.
Mr. I. Barton- Youirx, no Carlton
throughout Canada as agent for the
Canada, and who if also
a local preacher
Khool teacher, writes an intei csting letter
'It Is only fair to give praise where It Is due. Some time ago I con-
traded a cold, which being repeated caused catarrh In my head. I had
seen Pcruna advertised frequently, and upon Inquiry was advised by a
friend to try It. The help It gave proved Its merit beyond a doubt, very
beneficial lndecd."-.,Rt f. BARTON YOUREX.
IT may seem n. small matter to snmo
peoplo to euro a cold. Hut experi
enced physicians nut only reallzo tho
importance of neglecting a cold, lmt tho
difficulty that sometime attends upon
Colds aro tho causo ot moro notilo dis
ease than all dUcaso germs combined.
More peoplo lose their lives ns tho
direct result of catching cold than from
11 other causes put together.
Tho following wholosalo drug-) ...,
a.c ...til a.t.n't III. fntnll ImiIa1 ' "
felClO ...II OU,',' ItlW .V....I HH.j
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 76.
Nothing, unless that name
has been made to stand for
"Stein-Bloch" on a suit
means that it has been carefully and
correctly tailored from pre-shrunR
material by the greatest collection of
tailors in the United States.
Come and try a try-on you'll see
what we mean.
M. MCINERNY, Ltd., Fort and Merchant
Equity Fire Insurance Company, let ante.
and was for ever twenty yeai s a uv
street, Toronto, Canada, ;
Hence, tliolm porluncoof curing n cold.
Perunn. has been tried u title r all cir
cumstances, all times of year, and by nil
cIhrscs of peoplo In thoclvlll7cd world,
and found to bo n reliable rcmody for
Tltero Is no tlmo of yenr when such a
remedy Ehotild not liokepteoiiveiiloiitly
at hand, but It Is especially necessary
during tho winter months that Perunn
bo kept In tho ltou'c, convenient to
nicol the first symptoms of colds.
NSON, SMITH & CO.,
Has Left Punchbowl For The
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411,
Pau Ka Hana
IN THE HOUSE.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. 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.
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL for
facts and figures of Island infor
mation, past and present, or
HAWAIIAN FOLK TALES for tho
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.
from us. besides
you save money.
113 HOTEL ST.
Wonderful Motion Pictures.
Two changes each week'.
Monday and Thursday
Picturcsouc Java, Forty Winks,
Stag Hunt, How To Make Time Fly,
Shoeing the Mail Carrier, Transfor
mation. Admission lOo. Children 5c.
Scats in boxes, 25c.
Call and hear it and see what
you can make it do.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, 00, 1097.
941 NUUANU ST.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper. Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St.
M. B. DE SA.
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