Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 13, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 4, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
CVBMNQ BVLLnm, RCMOLVMJ. T. II., TUESDAY, OCT. 13, 10J.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIH PUBDJHMO CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of JUwidL
Daily ererj dy exoept Sunday. Weekly luued on Tuesday of etch week.
Buy a Lot at Kaimuki
Not too fnr from
WHAT'S IN A NAME ?
HEMBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESf.
Wallac R. Parrlnijton,
8UBSCHIPTI05 BATES PAYABLE IX ADVANCE.
BVBNINO nULUBTIN WBBKLY BULLETIN
Iff Month, tnywhere In U.S .78 fet Sli Moulhi...,, .Ho
Pef Qmtur, tnywheit In U.S 3.oo Iff Yctr, anywlurehi U.S I.oo
PtrVir,inhtrelnU.S S.00 Pi Yttr, tnywlitre In Ciudi... 1. 80
Per Yau, poupiid, laiclcn 13.00 PtfYttr postpaid, lottltn 3.oo
CmCULATION LARQEST OF ANY NEWPAPEB PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
TVI J Editorial Rooms,
I 151. Business Office,
Kaea's refusal to depart hi peace
will result In his vamoosing In pieces
eo far as Republicans are concerned.
The man achlnR to tell all lia
knew of the Pacific Fleet's mystcrl
ous destination Is now at liberty to
unburden his heavily weighted soul.
Hawaii County under treatment
from the Governor, tho Delegate, and
the chairman of tho Republican Ter
ritorial Committee, ought to do or die.
Tho Equality Party, that wants
candidates to apply for endorsement,
will undoubtedly accept equally largo
sums from all thoso appealing for
Kecknr Island and forty-six acres
Is more than the peoplo rould pos
sibly gain from the work of a Demo
cratic Delegate in a Republican Con
gress. That Neckar Island nud Its forty
six acres is typical of Democratic pro
mises Involves no departura from tho
policy of placing principle before per
sonality. Reformation is making some head
way when those responsible for pa
rading Lorrln Andrews on a pedestal
of virtue ask for a better avcrago In
official and political life.
Three more Tuesdays to election
day, and the Republican managers
say the condition Is serious. Is It
not about ttmo to quit the split-ticket
folly and support the party straight?
Mr. Ilrynn has decided to attack
Mr. Roosevelt, and makes a showing
of his weakness which could only
have been equalled on the Republican
side by Roosevelt taking the Btump.
Independent candidates? They havo
no more hope of election than of fly
ing from Hawaii to Nlthau. Should
Cathcart bo proved tho worst villain
that ever walked, the last man to
profit would be Carlos Long.
Now that tho Mnnoa kickers havo
a precinct all their own, thcro
should bo great doings for the Re
publican party In tho Fourth Dis
trict. Is there now nny further ex
cuso for the Civic Federation?
Wm. H. Taft caught the Colorado
crowds by promising that when tho
tariff Is revised he will do all a Pres
ident properly may to assure contin
ued protection for beet sugar. Ho
can protect Colorado sugars and-cut
Straight-ticket voting will elect
the Republican candidates to support
a Republican Governor nnd a Repub
lican Mayor. Split-ticket voting may
defeat every Republican candidate,
for If the slide onco starts it may go
with a rush.
Split-ticket men nro mighty hard
pressed when, to prove their cause,
they havo to cut .out tho vital sec
tions of Governor's Frcar's Interview
in tho II u 1 1 0 1 1 n . Theirs is a
crooked though ludicrous game, nnd
thef know It.
THE RETURNING FLEET.
Honolulu having calmed (ts fears
as to tho fate of Admiral Swinburne
and his section or tho Pacific Fleet,
it Is to be hoped thut our people will
now settle down to 11 realization that
tho Fleet returns after having accom
plished all that it went out for.
First, It Is not only proper but ery
necessary that the Navy in fleet for
mation and discipline should become
acquainted with tho naval station at
Pagopago. That Swinburne's is tho
first fleet of any size to visit that out
post of our country is more a com
mentary on tho lax methods of tho
past than tho dangers of the future
It Is highly probable, nnd wa hopo
wholly true, that'Admlral Swinburne,
the moment ho left this port, put tho
men of his ships on a strict war dis
cipline; that thero were night alarms,
and practise drills of a nature to glvo
' tbe men training In tho war game.
Drill, drill, drill, In time of peace
is the secret of a successful Navy in
time of wnr, as we understand It. Ev
er)' cltlzon may rojolro that tho drills
Entered at tbe Pot t office tt Honoluln
u Mcond cUm m titer.
OCTOBER 13, 1908
arc being held and tho practise
cruises are being taken, Instead of
the ships rusting out and tho crows
sleeping In the lackadaisical life of a
pleasant port. This notwithstanding
tho hope that the Fleet will complete
Its schedule time of ten days In this
We hope that tho time will never
come when It may bo Bald of an
American naval ship that It goes
to sea with any other purpose In tlio
minds of officers and men than strict
naval business and snappy naval
Honolulu is pleased to greet the
Fleet again socially. Our people art
I more grntlfled with tho business at
mosphcre that pervades tho Navy,
and though schedules may bo broken,
Honolulu Bhould gain a reputation
'for knowledgo that tea parties am
not the first consideration of the
Candidate McCandlcss Is dropping
to a piano that will defeat him when
ho tells the Hawailans that they
should combine as Hawailans to voto
him In and another out. That Is Simon-pure
ruin, and every Intelligent
Hawaiian knows It.
Seven millions of dollars will bo
expended in the development of Pearl
Harbor by the Federal Government.
This ought to Justify our local finan
ciers Investing an equal amount of
this year's surplus In the developing
Industries of the Territory.
What would a mainland church
conference think of a reformer who
came before the assembly urging tbe
peoplo to voto for an officer with a
iccord for borrowing money from a
leading dlve-kcoper of the town? Tho
request would bo put down as an In
sult to common political decency and
average good sense.
NECKiR ISLAND AMD DEMOCRATIC
L. L. McCandless, Democratic can
didate for Delcgato to Congress, In
his summing up of tho public lands of
tho Territory of lluwall that remain
unsold and are available for settle
ment, places on the list FORTY-SIX
ACRES ON NECKER ISLAND.
Whether It Is proper to expect Mr.
McCandlcss to make an explanation
if called upon to go extensively Into
the details of the joys of life on Neck
er Island, wo don't know. The sup
position Is that this particular forty
six acres Is thrown in as a part nt
the bait to catch tho voter. The
wonder is that the Democratic candi
date so presumes on the innocence of
the voting population.
So far as known Mr. McCandlcss
has not stopped to explain to any of
his audiences how many'people Neck-
cr Island with Its forty-six acres will
support, or on what part ho expects
the homesteader to rear his house.
When ho does, tho peoplo will
learn that Necker Island Is typical of
the whole gamut of land Illusion
which Democracy Is running these
Lot us not forget that It Mr. Mc
Candless were elected, ho could not
carry out a single promise ho has
mado In connection with land-law re
vision. In the Congress that will occupy
the Capitol for tho two years for
which ho seeks election, tho DEMO
CRATIC CANDIDATE would bo as
lonesomo nnd UNFRUITFUL of ro
suits as NECKER ISLAND and its
FORTY-SIX ACRES of public land.
PERSONALITIES FOR ROOSEVELT.
Roosevelt's campaign of personal
ity has not failed to bring him Into
the limelight, as witness tho follow
ing on "Outraged Vlrtuo" from the
New York World:
"As leader of tho Grand Old Par
ty Mr. Roosevelt Is morally outraged
by tho thought ,that a person llko
Charlie Haskell can hold public of
fice and bo Identified with the man
agement of a great political organi
zation. "Mr. Koosevelt himself was nomi
nated for Governor of New York by
that eminent purist Thomas Collier
Piatt. His nomination for Vice Pres
ident was forced by thoso equally sin-
"As I said In my speech at Anla
'ark, country comes first, party hec-
ond. as n matter of course.
"This DOES NOT MEAN that
PARTY should bo IGNORED or that
tho VOTER should select from tho
DIFFERENT PARTIES tho REST
MEN VIEWED AS INDIVIDUALS.
"PA1TTIES ARE NECESSARY nnd
DE81RAIILT2 IN REPRESENTATIVE
"Team work Is essential to accom
plish practical results. Accordingly
In politics as well ns business it is
often necessary to select and vote for
men who by working together can ac
complish desired results even though
they are not men who might bo pre
ferred ns Individuals.
"Of course, tlKjre may be men on
the party ticket who should not be
voted for cither for the good of tho
country or party, but just whero tho
lino should Ijo drawn Is a matter for
glc-mlndcd reformers Thomas Collier
Piatt and Matthew Stanley Quay.
Mr. Roosevelt used to call Mnrcus
Alonzo Hanna 'Uncle. Mark,' nnd
when that unselfish political philan
thropist was not sufficiently enthusi
astic over tho Roosevelt candidacy
the President used Joseph Ilcnson
Ko raker to club Uncle Mark Into sub
mission. "Standard Oil Is a stench In tho
Presidential nostrils; but tho Stand
ard Oil bank still maintains Its Inti
mate relations with tho Trenmirv De
partment. Hnrriman is hateful; but
Harrlman has not yet been compelled
to nnswer the Questions nut tn him
nineteen months ago by the Inter
state Commerce Commission.
"No Presidential llchtnlnir strikes
Uncle Joo Cannon for nrotcctlnir thn
Paper Trust. John Dalzell still rep
resents tho Steel Trust In Congress,
and Mr. Roosevelt lumps him among
the Republican candidates whoso
election I; necessary to preserve tho
Government, from corporation Influ
ence. Tho virtue that cannot! abide
Haskell counsels frc6ly wlth'Aldrlch,
Penrose, Elklns, nnd Scott.
"Ellhu Root. Who wns Thnmnn V.
Ryan's personal uttornev. remnlnn in
the Cabinet, ns Secretary of State. One
01 j. I'icrpont Morgan's partners is
Mr. 'Root's Assistant Secretary; an
other Is collecting Republican cam
paign tribute In Pennsylvania, nnd :i
third camo back from' Europe recent
ly to express his creat 'satlsfncllnn
with the' election -returns from Ver
mont. George R. Sheldon is still In
Wall Street divorcing tho ruthless
malefactors from their camnnli-n
"Surely It cannot be tho .HaBkoll
corporation ntnilatlon alono which so
A BARGAIN AT KALIHI. Lot
76x100. New Hnnu nt fhra hA.
rooms. PRICE, $2,000. Twenty-five
per cent. ii man com 01 property
one year ago.
PUNAH0U DISTRICT. Several
(rood properties ranging in price from
MAN0A VALLEY. Choice build
ing lot on East Manoe, Road, two
minutes from car line; good marine
view. PRICE, $1,000.
We have several annltcntlnni fnr
furnished houses from responsible
parties. If you have a furnished or
unfurnished house for rent, consult
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Telegraph Message makes short work
of the distance between Islands.
TRY IT; RATES ARE LOW I
car line on 12th
Ave.; 100 x 151,'
partly c 1 0 n r -cd;
One half block
from car line; 75x
ed; good vlow of
Bca; m a c a d a m
street; 12tU Ave.
Two blocks from
car line; 100x160;
good vlow of city;
cadam street; 11th
Won't havo to bo
told that these uro
great bargains. If
ou nro looking
for Kaimuki prop
erty, soe us. Thero
are no better lots
on tho summit of
tho hill at any
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
incenses Mr. Roosevelt. Neither
can It bo the sordid fact that Haskell
has been caught with tho goods. Tho
author of tho letter to 'My Dear
Sherman' In tho matter of tho Hnrri
man $260,000. campaign contribu
tion would necr repudiate a fellow-
statesman simply for being tho vic
tim of n llttlo unexpected and unite-
"Mr. Roosevelt has weighed the
Democratic Haskell and finds him
more offensive than nil tho Republi
can Haskclls combined, except. such
as happen to be In opposition to My
Policies. Can anything Bhort of per
sonal 'and partisan prejudice account
for tho Intensity of this disfavor?
Surely Haskell has given ovory proof
that he, too. Is 'a practical man,' "
RAEA AND THE TICKET.
Tho withdrawal of Candidate Kacn
from tho Republican ticket for Repre
sentative from tho Fifth District bus
been accepted as n foic&one conclu
sion by tho straight-party men over
since Chairman Atklnron of tho Ter
ritorial Committee nnd VIco Chair
man Chllllngworth of tho County
Committee Muted publicly that ho
would go bf force of circumstances.
All that'hns remained Is for party
managers to carry out their promise
to tho rank' and fllo of tho party, nt
the tlmo and In tho manner deemed
Kaca was not regularly nominated
In the first placb 'and tills applies
with equal forco to other members on
the ticket who wore put through un
der suspension of rules which the
convention of Fifth District delegates
had no right to suspend. Tho better
way out would havo been to recall
tho delegates of tho Fifth and
Btrnlghten out tho tangle.
It Is too lato now, however, (o ar
gue ovor whnt might havo been. Tho
fact Is that the party managers prom
Iscd to eliminate Kaea, and they nio
responsible for statements that con
vlnce party men that they nro war
ranted In calling for or forcing his
withdrawal. Tho managers had only
to make good.- This they hnvo done,
by tho resolution of Monday.
The bituatlon Is such that the Kaea
mix-up will probably rauso heavy
knlfe-wleldlng in the Fifth District.
It Is probable that tho Representa
tive ticket will suffer, ns tho dis
trict Is always a doubtful one. Knoa
has a considerable following, nnd
this, combined with the power that
Achl will gtvo him, may secure his
election and the defeat of better men
on the Republican ticket.
Do this ns It may, tho managers
have given tholr word both as to tho
character of tho candidate, nnd tho
necessity for his ollmlnntlon.
Let tho business of tho party pro
ceed. IAUKEA WOULD HAVE
(Continued from Paze 3)
tho two members, and. they told him
that they wished to tako tho stops
recommended, instead or taking niit-itn
Injunction, as thoy did not wish to
risk ilaniugcs. This, tho Sheriff told
WE BEGIN A
Table Covers, Etc?
Next Monday, Oct. 12
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 States.
Come and try a try-on you'll see
what we mean.
M. MdNERNY, Ltd.', Fort and Merchant
them, was exactly what ho did nut
wish to do cither. 1
Later In tho afternoon Ahford had
complaints Issued In his own namo
ngalnst six of tho Japanese. Including
tlio two whoso case, under tlio old
charge. Is nt present ponding. Tlio
cases camo up this morning, but wero
continued until tomorrow.
Sheriff Inukca, when seen about tlio
matter, had tho following to say:
"Yes," said tho Sheriff, "1 regret that
theio has been any feeling shown and
no doubt a great deal of nilstcprcscii
tatlon mado ns to my attitude In tlila
matter. I can Imagine bow tho prop
erty owners In that locality must feci
to reo their residences being sur
rounded by labor camps unit tenement
houses. Nothing would the mu mnro
pleasuro than to sec thcs,o objection
able structures removed to some other
siiltnbtc quarter. Hut when tho peo
plo thero, I don't say all, but mjiiio, ex
pect me to do their dirty work, I'll
not stand for It, ami tho fair and un
prejudiced mind wilt uphold m when
they know what their attorney, Jlr.
Ashlord, tiled to get mo to do.
"He, with two of tho committee,
called nt my olllco jestordny and de
liberately proposed to havo mu nr
rcRt, through warrant If need bo, nnd
keep on iirroHtlng, tho men who nrr
employed In putting up tho building,
ns a means, mind ou, of presenting
tho building from being proceeded
with, pending tho trial of tho kiiiiiu
enso now on In tho courts. No man
can bo-hrrested and charged with tho
samo offense until after conviction and
tho ordinance plainly says fo. Mr,
Asliford should know this and does
know It, and for an nttmiicy ami an
offlccr of tho Court to deliberately
maKo a request of an executive ollicor
to piustltuto his onicr, ho should bo
disbarred and not permitted to prac
tice. "Knowing Unit AsliTord wns doing
tills to projudlco 1110 In tho eyes or my
constituents In tho coming election, I
wasn't in a cry good humor when tho
coiiimltteo called, especially us Ash
ford, who acted as spokesman, began
telling 1110 iibout my duties nnd the
lack of n proper appreciation ()f them.
Coming from a man llko Mini, I told
him in pretty plain lunguitgo that 1
didn't euro to hear anything moro
from him. If tho commit loo hud any
thing to say I would bo vory happy lo
tulk tho mutter over with them and
if tlicro wiis unyllilnc nioio that I
could do In my official capacity, with,
out lending myself to any uiifitjr mcniiH
as proposed by their attorney, I would
gladly do so. Tho committee, then left
my ofTlco at tho ronuost of AHhrhni.
Tho men employed lit tho building
ncru iicr iiiTesieii 011 a warrant sworn
to by Jlr. Asbford, whom I released
at onco on their rocognlznnco upon tho
nssuranco of their uttnrnoy, Mr. Iet
crs, that work will cciiho until tho caso
of tho men camo up for hearing this
fiow, inerii-H 1110 wltnlo story of
MAKES AN APPROPRIATE
We beg to call attention to
our stock of FINE CUT
GLASS, tmonp; which will be
found articles at All Prices,
We invite your inspection
of our Large Stock.
tho unpleasant little eplsoito that li;is
ppiinl nt my offlcu ostordiiy afternoon
In tlio proM'iieo of Mr. S. II. Rose nud
.1. I.. Mel.eiin of tho luter-Islaml Co,
and C. V. Athford, representing the
committee, nud Dr. Kniersnn mid iu
self of tho pollco department."
(Dally Times, llurtl.n, Cil.)
Tin illae.-ne wldeli nuikH si-ntnl 10 con-
numpUim In fulalltliM and wlilcli li.ia 1cii
tif-ciiMii f'MUiiliy ratal is nrmiiis lii.ieaso.
That It Is iiuw iHislttvcly curalilo N known
lo t-ninrurullvelv r,'v iwonlf. Unfortu
nately, llii new sptelllG for Ilrlitlifa
iiiHiMso coiwH iiiitirr uirt lunu or 'iupri'.- ,
Inry preiMmtlmiH, and medical ettdes for
hid a rfcuunillnii of Its turrits. Tho Her-'
aid lakcK tlwi liv lli.it liavliiK positive,
knnnltiiKo of tuns tmlil. Its fluty lo
Its iriulcrs and t humanity Is to stnto
tho farij. Thu piihllshcr knows of. two
cases In which It h.tx ifTrclcd pcriniuunt
cures mill uf two oilier who li.nl prae
llc.tlly nhiiiulotiid hiitx', hut wlio uro now
rcealtihiir llu-lr lu-ailh. This -.vr Is
mu rxcunlnilly lulilcsli-l. nud this Mali-(
uicnl Is Tn.idu sol, ly wllti n lcw- of alii
hut xucli peoplo an may l nl!lkt"d Willi
ItitvhlH JHNenso anil hao ilcHuUd of
n-,-ncry ShntiM any audi mvlwt Ul"
lit wo will fed limply repiilt! for dtvcrKIni;
from tho hc.iuii Jitmuiitlxilo path,-
Mirrmnm (t'nl ) llcralil, July 1, ivn'i. t
Tho iiIhivc ImIiiks lo niiliil the can" of
J. II, (lysetanr if Hits city nnd lin-slsllMy
IumIi to thn Ik lie r that at last th cum
lias Insu found. Mr tl.il.iiir wns hi tlio
l.int kMrcs of ilniiwy He Ii.nl Ih'cii hild
his days wcro uuiuhcri-d - lo-day he Is
hale and hearty. An nhsnlulo euro was
rffirtcil, iiinl 11 iiiaicli,us one, too. -KurckU
Dally Tim. s.
Ilolh of tho iilmin nrllehs icfcr lo
I-'ullun's Compound Tor llrlHht's IMsi-asi!,
nud uilthcr was (iM fur. What do you
think of Ihriii? iiid fin hiKiklet on tlio
iiimhllltv of llrhrht'n I lira use lo Jno. .1.
fullon t'n.. Sum Mm l'.ihlo iivcnue. Oik
hind, (Ail., or In Honolulu Druij Co.. l'nrt
Tho caso of tho Territory vs. KI
mum, tho Japanese ucriisoil or slash
ing n Clilnniiiaii out at tho .Moan 11 lin
tel, mid who Is thought to liao Incl
MMiicthlne In do wllh Hie iiijiitrrlnna
disappearance of u wicked looking
butcher kniro from tho (Iruinl Jury
loom, was set for trial before .IiiiIko
Holiliison this morning, but on ;i count
of thu fact that hla nltorney, K. C. Pol
ers, wits engaged In another Com t
loom, was hot oer for tlio Mine.
Twn itior eases nio set lor dial,
before this Judge for tonioriow. !.
Anno nud Klml (w) nro tho defend
nuts. The Bulletin Publishinc Co.,
Ltd., is agent for tho best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in tho best of form
for smart functions.
Dr. Miirgnict Mulioiicy, mlmliits
tr.itilx of the eslato of David Malm
noy, claims largo poillon of submerg
ed land of LiikCfMorced, whlih Spring
Valley Water Company assumes to
W. A, Ilnrtlelt, wealthy llay point
contractor, drops out of sight, while
In S.111 Piiinclsro.
San Trnnclscn Chinatown plans to
wclcnnio high Celestial who Is hoar
Ing China's thanks to United States
for rcmlltliig Indemnity.
IlcrnrilH show that thorn nro moro
buildings In course of construction
in Oakland than over liefoie.
Oakland Iioquots Club holds its
twenty-sixth annual banquet and
speakers crltlclso Hearst nnd Iloosc
Velt. Knox Presbyterian Chinch In Der
koloy Is appropriately dedicated.
lllg bear tears baby to pieces in
presonco of panic-stricken pleasure
teokers In Tucson Pnrk,
Mgr. I.iivelle, vicar general of Now
Yoilc, may bo appointed coadjutor lo
j Archbishop ltlordnu.
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
TIios. &. Thriisu.
10C3 FORT ST.
THIS BEAUTIFUL V.'ALL
FINISH IS SUPERIOR TO
ALL OTHERS FOR BEAUTY,
ECONOMY, AHD DURA3ILI
TY. A few pounds will cover a
room, lyul.makc it look as
clean and fresh as it ever was.
Have your painter use it.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King Ct. Phone 775.
A Specially is made of repairing
When you gtl
us to in alio
r $25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitablo
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272,
rACTdliVat Iwilcij Tel. 430.
lmii&JmJalimmiilulmmim3MtaBBV i "i , iiii"i tm mil t Jl JJ 1U inuillljliu. i mmw mm n n I
,u- ..-. .w .r).U-.A.A,.iy.tfi
-wiiiiriilivr BiiiM? llj?'&y&-'