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BVBNWO BULLETIN, ItONOLTTLC. T. 1I THUnSDAY, OCT. 8, 1908.
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VVultuce R. Pnrrlrijjton, - - Editor
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THURSDAY OCTOBER 8, 1908
We'll get tourists yet, you bet,
nfter the election. I
LAND POLICIES OF REPUBLICANS
Government bj' Commission Is not
properly ileail. It never drew u
lucatli of life.
Tlio Democrats ot tlto Territory
point to the land laws as the lending
Issue of the campaign. They charge
U'hv should the mnltilanders think that tho poonlo arc not getting the
of any licet, when the national bate-1 land that chould bo given them, ns
ball championship Is In doubt?
'speedily ns might bo done under a
Independent candidates have the
pleasure of running under most nd- rectify
circumstances. They cannot.
change of tho law.
Our Democratic friends propose tn
this condition by following
out their platform declaration that
the Federal land laws bo extended to
One fact develops In tlio Koolau- Thin, they claim, will do the work
poko affair. Thorn Is no love lost',, ilrryi
between the factional and political j i ,Il(,r .,.,!, t)l0 Democrats dc
lcadcrs. ,larn that no Improvement can bo
made until Hawaii's land law Is rad-
Tho Fleet? It will arrive In duo!
course of time. All Honolulu has till
worry about Is how long tho sltlim
will stay In port
.too Cohen wots the smllo that'
will not conic off. Also a toupoo
that will Etand the pressure ot a
There is one worse than tho man
who refuses to nttend tho primary
tho disloyal citizen, who refuses to
register nnd to vote.
Wo hope tho intern have stopped
to consider bow long it will tako to
bring about this proposed Democratic
change assuming that it would bo
advisable. If so, they must
know that this FROMISK of speedy
refoim nnd prompt turning over of
the public lands to the people In a
HOLLOW SHAM. It bounds well;
In the first place, tho United States
Congress would not under nny clr
cumst:incci undertake to extend tho
Federal land laws to this Territory
without n thorough Investigation of
tho wholo situation. This would re
quire u SPECIAL 1NVKSTIOATINO
COMMISSION, nnd involve a LENG-
Verniln who nralso tho orcanlz.i- " ui.Ub&iu.N in mo committee
Hon and help defeat tho ticket which.0' '" Senato nnd House ns well ns
the organization is striving to elect.'0" t' ,!oor ' the- Nntlonnl Legls-
nro Tallin friends In ovorv sense of the, '"fro.
President Roosevelt's decision that
the situation docs not rcqulro him to
take tho stump for Tnft is very for
tuna'to In more ways than one.
Buy a Lot at KaimuRj
Not too far fiom
car lino on 12th
Ave,; 100 x 150;
til; splendid view.
One halt block
from car lino; 7!x
ed; good view ot
sea ; m n c a d a m
sticct; 12th Ave.
Two blocks from
car line; 100x160;
good view of city;
cad am street; 11th
Won't have to bo
told that theso tiro
great bargains. Jf
you nro looking
for Knlmukl prop
erty, see us..Thoro
arc no better lots
on tlio summit ot
tho hill at nny
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
The purveyor of HATE, if there be
one left, is WITHOUT a FOLLOWER.
The VOICE that would kindle the
flame of PASSION and PREJUDICE
is rarely heard and NO LONGER
HEEDED in any part of our beloved
The late President said this when
speaking of the mainland. Is It not
obviously the duty of every patriotic
citizen to make this assertion doubly
true oMhe Territory of Hawaii The
men active In politics can keep the
standard high by holding to Principle
and eliminating Personality.
People who nttend tho rallies don't
suffer from any fear regarding
sentiment that prcvnlls for tho
straight ticket, and straightforward
Such a program cannot bo carried
to conclusion In tho coming Congres
sional short session. It could not bo
taken up In the extra session nt Con
gress to bo called to consider tho tar
iff. It could not bo fully started
until tho session which meets n year
from noxt December. Then, it thero
existing under a wcro no opposition nnd there will
Cuba, which is
military government by commission, I bo ample not less than
Is Involved In a very nolsomo scan-; would elapso befoio the law was In
dal. Yet this Is tho government that
should be perfect.
Money you bnvo mndo in Hawaii
should not bo too good to reinvest for
tho greater development of tho Isl
ands from which your sbaro of pros
perity has been derived.
Don't forget that Principles count
for mora than Personalities. It Is
the enemies of tho regular parties
who strive to force petty personali
ties upon tho candidates.
Investigation may provo Hint thero
lire somo men of Democratic leanings
on tho public payroll, who deserve to
be released not bccatiso of their po
litical affiliations, however.
One dozen men Mopping tn ono
hotel refuso to register bo that they
may not bo called for Jury duty.
Think of It! Is civic duty foreign
to tho thought of such men?
A straight Republican ticket elect
ed In Novembor would convince ov'
cry malnlunder reading tho news, of
wlicro tho people ot Hawaii Bland on
tho protective tariff. It would also
strengthen their confidence In Ha
waii's ability In sclf-govornmont.
I' rflC 1 111 UIU
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.
Tho AVrlght brothers nro fortunato
in living at a period when applied
Kdonco has a definite, value. In for
mer ages their great work would
liavo been for glory and tho poor
houso their homo It they held truo
to their Ideals.
With everything coming their way
It would he Imposslblo for tho Dem
ocrats to carry out their land prom
ises within flvo years from tho time
thoy got fully started. Thclr's is a
"sweet mahopo" proposition that
would furnish material for years of
conversation but no other result.
Split-ticket men tnlk of high stan
dards of ctvlo vlrtuo which thoy
charge straight-ticket men do not
accept. And thon thoy spilt their
ticket in favor ot n candidate whoso
official rocord Is marked by his Bond
ing public employes on monoy-bor-rowlng
expeditions, nnd signing u
noto lu favor nt'tlio notorious koopor
of a notorious house ot vlcol
A property suitable for a large
family. Large house and ample
grounds. Price, $3,000.
Call or write to
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Democratic promise Is, that tho peo
ple are offered n remedy represented
ns a prompt solution. It Is tho
LONGHST and SLOWEST possible
route. Action cannot bo secured
within flvo years nt the outside.
Meanwhile tho old laws which tho
Democrats abhor must remain In
force, nnd tho WHOLE LAND 1IU3
1NESS of Hawaii will be HELD UP.
Compare this state of affairs with
tho Republican position. Tho Repub
licans icnllzo tho necessity for
amendments to tho present land laws,
to meet changing conditions. These
they proposo to secure ns rapidly as
possible, meanwhile using every
means to learn Just what tho people.
desire. Also tho Republican party
proposes to CONTINUE tho LAND
nusiNESS under tho present laws,
do the best possible, with tho law ns
it Is OVERCOMING IMPERFEC
TION with nn AGGRESSIVE AD
The Democrats proposo revolution.
The Republicans plan cvotution.
Tho Democratic plan means a
"hold up" ot tho land business, a ces
sation of homesteadlug. Tho Repub
licans mean to do tho best possiblo
with what offers that Is Progress.
In no lnstnnco aro tho principles
that guide the two parties better ex
emplified than lu tho stand taken on
tho lnnd-lnw problem.
We may assume that each Is equal
ly honest in tho dcslrn to put public
.land in tho possession ot citizens who
will establish homcB and develop tho
I Territory, while making themselves
happy and comfortable.
The Democrats HUG TO THE THE
ORY thnt wo must havo tho direct
application of tho Federal land law.
.And while striving to put this theory
Into nctual practise, they put a stop
to an progress.
Tho Republicans proposo changes
that will facilitate homestendlng in
tho future, but KEEP CONSTANTLY
AT IT under tho laws as thov nro.
They do not haggle with and over
theories. They GO FORWARD, using
all that Is good In the old law and
avoiding that which must be revised.
Wa cannot bellovo tho Democrats
nro Intentionally dishonest. Thero
is no doubt that they aro Intensely
The Republican program Is HON
EST, PRACTICAL, and PROGRES
That is what tho peoplo want.
That Is what makes happy homes and
an enlightened community.
To havo Republican policies car
ried out, It Is necessary to elect tho
Republican ticket straight.
Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
J, 4 to 7.
William L. Reed of Portsmouth, O.,
nn Elk nnd prominent In Insuranco
circles, was killed by a fall from tho
ninth floor of tho Havlln Hotel In
Cincinnati. Ho was in that city tor
treatment for cancer.
Telegraph Message makes short work
of the distance between Islands.
TRY IT; RATES ARE LOW!
VW JrX3IEWT " VS."" fifrlt
(Continued from Pae 1
them of tho fact that ho had onco
belonged' to tho elect of Kakaako in
the past. Honolulu was going to
grow very fast, ns, through Kuhlo.
millions woro tn be expended here,
nnd It wns therefore Important to get
u good city government. Tho Repuh
llcnn platform pledged itself to hon
est, economical, nnd efficient govern
ment. Tho Republicans had given
tho community a fnlr deal; thero
wcro flvo Hawaiian candidates count
ing Lane, and four hnoles. He warn
ed agnlnst electing mixed candidates,
reminding his hearers of the tragic
end of tho Kilkenny cats, which ho
feared might bo emulated should
Democrats and others be elected as
well ns Republicans.
Logan evidently bad many old
friends in tho crowd, for nfter ht3
speech ho was greeted with cries of
"Good boy, Dan!"
Cohen for Pleasure
Joo Cohen said that this was, tho
first timo he had mndo a political ad
dress In Hawaii, and he was glad that
this happened lu Kakaako, us he liv
ed in, that prtjcjlnct himself. Ho knew
pretty well, wlint tho peoplo wanted
In tho shnpo of laws, and would try
to pass BUch.. , "I havo no fool bills
to bring up, 'or wildcat schemes to
promoto," ho Bald. "You know I am
III the entertainment business. I be
llovo In giving tho peoplo who nro
hero and tho strangers who coma
here a good time, so that wo don't
havo n closed;.tpwii, but thoy stay
hero nnd onjoyj themselves Instead ot
going to San Francisco to spend their
Tho audience, clamored for music
nnd tho quintet club responded nobly
with a new hula composed in honor
of Delcgato Knlunlansolo.
Aylett Nails False Rumor
mil Ayictt was greeted with thun
derous applause. Ho spoko In Ha
waiian, dwelling on the good work
dono in tho way ot providing good
roads and lights for Kakaako, which
tho Republican administration wns
responsible for. Ho gnvo a mimic
imitation ot a speech by Link Mc-
Cnndles3, quoting him ns saying: "I
am n rich man; I have plenty of mon
ey. Vote for mo." Ho compared tho
three candidates for Mayor, Lane,
Fern, and Achl, very much to tho
disadvantage ot tho two latter. (This
however, displeased Fern men ot tho
audience, who shouted "Fern
Ho read tho leper bill which Shel
don Introduced In tha Legislature nt
1907, providing for tho examination
of leper suspect, and ended by hay
ing that ho had been accused of knif
ing Cuthcart In favor of Long. Ho
utterly denied this accusation, nnd
asked that his . hearers voto tho
Quinn Is Popular
Qulnn was greeted with cries of
"Sunday-Law Qulnul, Good boy,
Qulnn!" Ho nsked for support be
cause ho bclloved tho Republican
party was tho best and guaranteed
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
, 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-shrunk
material by the greatest collection of
tailors in the United State's.
Come and try a try-on you'll see
what we mean.
M. MdNERNY, Ltd., Fort and Merchant
nn honest nnd efficient government, thnt tho Democrats had had coulrol'ovcrtlunw, n thing which would
Tho party was not ot tho rich or tho f tho Treasurer's office for four show that bo was willing tn sulTcr
poor, of the Hawaiian or the haolo, years, und now It was tlmo that tho for tho sake of his opinions. Ho re
but of all tho peoplo alike, (liilnn, 'voters support tho Republicans for furred also to bis retort! In tho Scn
If elected, would aim to ho a credit this office, As far tia Ilcckloy was'nte, as showing Hint ho was qualified
to the peoplo who elected him. Iconccrned, ho said, his business had 'to hold Important public offices, anil
"I Intend to go Into this campaign boon that of a purser, nnd ho belong
in a fair and squaro manner," ho oil not to Hllo but to Kawnlhac.
said. "1 will Indulge, In no person- "D fool, Kawnlhac!" shouted
nlltles nnd resort to no underhand tho crowd with glee, this being a
work. If I am elected 1 will do the popular Hawaiian slang phrase,
best I can, ami If 1 am defeated I lady Takes Stumn
will be us good a loser ns anyone. 1 Mrs. Klknhu, an elderly Hawaiian
point to my record In the House. I lady, was tho next attraction. Sim
worked for a bill it it wcro good, spoko In Hawaiian and received gicnt
whether it was introduced by a Re- nppjausc. Sho roasted tho Domo
publtcan, a Democrat, or a Hoir.o.crnts with gusto nnd boosted I'riiicn
WE ARE SHOWING A SWELL
IN MANY NEW STYLES AND
Prices $15 up
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.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Ruler, in tho Interest of tho people.
The Republican party presents to
you ns good candidates ns you could
wish for. It Is Imposslblo to satisfy
everybody, but wo como beforo you
this timo with ns good a ticket ns
you over had, and 1 ask jou to sup
port tho straight Republican ticket
from top to bottom."
Chris. Holt, cnndldnto for Deputy
Sheriff, spoke In Hawaiian, saying
thnt If ho wcro elected ho would ho
fnlr to everyone. Ho spoko briefly
but to tho point, and was much up
Ticket Deserves Sunnort
.Nornmn waiKins nam mac nu
wished to apnloglzo for the fact that
when tho Lord dealt out tho speech-
making talents ho had been cither
under tho bed or behind tho door.
Thero aro mnny hero whom I do
not know," ho said. "Thercforo 1
will Introduce myself. 1 hnvo for
ten years been In tho fertilizer busi
ness here, and when 1 used to pass
hero you wero up to your belly In
mud, but now you hnvo good roads,
and this tho Republican party is rc
Bponhlblo for. Ab a Republican can
didate for Supervisor I seek your
votes, not us it politician, hut as a
taxpayer nnd business man, and I
bcltcva I nm qualified to work for
your best interests.
"On tho Republican ticket wo havo"
many men who havo served you
faithfully In tho past. You know
them by thefr records und ou should
support them. Those of us who hnvo
not served you beforo nppenl to you
on our records us citizens, and ask
you to glvo us n chance to liiako
shilling records. My friends, tho
Democrats, tho tiny after I was nomi
nated, spread the news that I was a
haolo mallhinl on tho Republican
ticket. I will toll you what lntet03ts
I havo here. What fow dollars I
havo aro Invested In this country;
my homo Is hero; my wife is a daugh
ter of this country; my children were
born hero, nnd I expect to llvo and
dlo hero. At n futuro dnto I hopo
to nddrcss you on tho Issues of tlto
day. I will only obIc of you now to
support tho Republican ticket. It'
deserves tho honest effort of overy
ono hero. Gentlemen, I thank you."
Wise Slams 'Tiscr
John Wlso spoko In Hnwallan, re
minding his hearers thnt they woro
his old friends, ns ho was a knmn-
aliia on Oahu, and ho told n Republican-Democratic
parable, which oxclt
ed considerable lnughtor. Link Mc-
Cundlcss and his laud talk ho cavo a
roast and Iuukcn was also referred tn.
Tho Advertlsor, ho Bald, did not want
nn Independent man, but ono whom
It could pull by the noso. Ho asked
tha audience to voto for tlio entire
John Knmannulu, candidate fur
Rcpiesentntlvo', spoko In Hawaiian.
von Holt Is Humorous
Harry vnu Holt was greeted with
applause und his speech, In Hawaii
an, was interrupted by cries of ap
probation. Ho made, for Instanco, a
play, reforrlng to Heckloy, on tho
words "moo" (a snako) and "moho'
(n cnndldato), which vastly amused
his hcarcis. La no, ho snld, wns a
graduate ot 'St. Louis and Wise of
Knmolinmrhn, so both theso great
r.chools were well represented. IIo
further called attention to tho (net
Kuhlo, referring to tho work ho had
done for Hawaii,
I desire to thank you for tlio
honors jou hnvo conferred on mo In
tho past," r.ald Ella Iing. "It is
to bo shown whether or not you still
retain tho conlldcnco you hntl lu mo
wlie'n you sent mo to tho House. If
you no longer hnvo that confldcnrc
It Is your privilege to show It nt thin
tlnicv-Eitch-man hns a right to'voU?
according to the dictate:! of bis own
tnnscleiirc. If you show by your
voto that you havo lost confidence, I
deslro to itssuro jou that I will not
Icel sore about It. I have desired to
conduct my affairs lu a way which
cannot put a blush to your faro as a
man In whom Hawaiian blood flows.
What reflects on mo reflects upon
you. What lellectlon is cast on you
Is cast on mo. Having that always
In mind, 1 tried to do right by my
people. If you still havo confidence
in me, I ask you to havo tho samo
conlldeuco in nil tho members on tho
Representative ticket. My record Is
open to your Inspection. Tho Re
publican party has Always Btood by
tho poor man as well ns by tho rich.
If you elect me to tho House"! might
us well bo playing with you as to
tell you thnt I would do no moro for
you thnu for tho rich, no more for
the rich than for you. Not being
aide to speak my mother tongue, I
havo bcon forced to convey my few
Ideas through an Interpreter, and 1
hopo that this will not reflect on mo
or thoso I have spoken for. I will
some other evening enter into a ills
cushion of tho details ot tho platform
I deslro to thank you for tho earnest
attention which you hnvo given mo.
Gentlemen, I thnnk you."
Democratic Bills Dangerous
uasiit) inniiKcti ror tuo support Mo
had been given nt tho Inst election.
In (ho 100G campaign ho had prom
ised to tiso his best efforts In tho
Legislature, und this, ho said, ho had
kept, as well as had tho other mem
bers of tho House. They had con
ducted tholr business $10,000 chenp
or than tho previous session, und
hud completed their work In sixty
days. Tho Republican party would
at tho coming Legislature do all In
Its power to encourage diversified In
dustries. Tho Domocrats had tried
to pass a special school tax, but tho
Republicans had defeated this nox
ious measure Tho Domocratlo par
ty hud always proposed mciisiiica
which on second thought would piovo
disastrous, whllo tho Republicans had
kept nearly all their piomlscs, and
their laws had been to tho boneflt of
tho peoplo. For this reason tho Ilo
piihllcuu administration should bn
continued, which could ho dono only
It his hcarcis voted tho straight Re
publican ticket. Custio'B speech wns
rnlhcr long, nnd towards tho last
ho fallod to hold his audience.
Jamc3 illckncll, -ns usunl, made a
shoit, ctimmon-sonso speech, rofertln
io ins record ror two terms in tho of.
nee of Auditor, and promised, it
elected, to cnntlnuo tho good work,
Mrs. Atcherlv on Deck
Lnno opened his speech, which was
In Hawaiian, with a refutation tit
tho charges mndo by Achl to the of-
fect thnt ho wns a mere corporation
tool, and reminded his hearers nt tlio
fact that ho had suffered for tho
causo ot tho people at the tlmo ot tho
ended his remarks with nu nppe.il for
otea for Wlso for Sheriff.
Lnno during his speech lef erred
briefly to lccent leper legislation. Ills
lcmarks wcio frequently Interrupted
by a feminine voice emanating front
a hack, which In no untertaln tones
flatly contradicted his statements. In
vestigation showed thnt tho voice, iim
might havo been expected, belonged
to Mrs. Mnry Atcherly.
Rov. Stephen Desha concluded tho
meeting with a speech lu which ho
defended Lane and Chilllngwoith
fiom tho attackH mailo mt them by
Achl, nnd compared Ihclr rccordJ
made In the Senato with those uiado
by Achl and Knlaunkulunl.
MM, CONVINCED, IS
' OF OPINION STILL
Editor Evening Bulletin:
I wish to correct u statement appear
ing in your issue of tho 2d Inst, un
der the head of "Land Talks of Maui
Men," wherein Mr. Carl Smith of tho
Advisory Land Law Commission, in
speaking of their meeting at Wallu-
ku, Is represented ns sajlng, "Dur
ing tho discussion Judfio McKny'il
vlows as expressed In his open letter
wcro materially niodllled."
I certainly did not, by anything I
said, Intend to convoy to tho minds
of my hc.iicrs tho Idea that I bad
materially modified the vlows cx-
picFscd In my open letter. 1 tlo not
claim Infnlllhlcncss, nm always open
to conviction, and often ready to
compromise on tho assumption that
half a loaf is bettor than no bread,
but I havo heard no argument so far
to induce mo to materially modify
tho vlowv expressed In my letter. I
fonslder tho land question tho most
Impoitaut problem that ran tome be
foro tho Legislature of this Territory
nnd I tlo not wish the people to h.no
any doubt ns to where I stand on that
Thanking jou lu nilvniico for your
valuablo space, I am, dear sir,
ours very respectfully,
W. A. McKAY.
Walliikn, Mnul, Oct. 7, "08.
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