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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. il. SATTltrUY. OCT. 17,1808
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BY FRA ELBERTUS
' Written in n sincere and kindly desire (o help the young who do not know, and the older ones who sometimes
If you dislike a fellow employee or arc disliked by him, do not
make a parade of the matter. Quarreling and backbiting arc not
compatible with good work and, if persisted in, will lead to the dis
covery of the blue envelope on your desk.
Ho not stop work until the prsparatory bell rings, then clean up
your dc3k and be ready to leave it in perfect order when the last
Superintendents and heads of departments must give their orders
to the foreman of the department, not to workmen in that depart
ment. If your salary docs not suit you, do not blame your employer
blame your services; when they arc worth more to him, he will
pay 'you more.
Your mistakes are blamed on your chief, and you must not com
plain if, after a time, he adopts drastic measures to relieve himself.
Try these : a kind thought, a kind word, a kind deed.
When a mistake is pointed ont to vourdo not display indifference,
mnVp eyri,p tinr frv In lav flic hlflme nn other if tlio fault in .
yours - Mistakes arc shown you simply as a guide to avoid. the making of them in the future.
Criticise your foreman, not his helpers.
If you are laid off, spend your time in fitting yourself for better work. You would be with your employer as
he faces the difficulties of Hard Times if vou were what those are who arc on his pay-roll now.
Do not try to make scale money after working-hours at the Shop by working elsewhere. It is better for you
that your leisure time be spent in profitable recreation ft Get the fresh air.
If yon are a foreman or a superintendent it behooves you to be doubly cautious of your speech and manner, for
your subordinates nrc quite apt to quote and imitate you. If you do work on the outside don't expect that
they will not,
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His Speech At
YOU NEVER SAW CURIOS IN SAMOA IIKE YOU WILL SEE AT THE
DON'T FORQET TO SEE THEM.
4000 Orecn ItooflnK Slato 10"xl0".
tiOO Ono and Two ProneIron Fence
1 25-galIon Drum Commorclnl Eth
er. 1 Castlron Flttlnc with Ffaneea,
tot 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.,
145 King Street. Phono 211.
. fr 9
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S"PHE Old Stan-
dard for the
best of things in
the eating and
drinking line. Just
ask anyone where
M the mooting of iin Domocratlo
part-, livlil last nli;!ii nn ! i- Hip nproail
oC u liumtlfii! Irci- In I'm diurrh yard
at I'nitoa, JiiiIkc IC.lln;, In a brief
upcccli, took occasion m slap nt tlio
"DlHKiiatcd wltli llir wiiy tlio IIO
tmlillran party In con luctcrl." Bald tlio
t-pealior, "Alex. Itolicrunn. who has
bern tlio HvInK artor of ihu lUpnlill
can .party for many yci;-,, loft It anil
ctlrcrt Into prlvalr lir
"Tlio party today l prnnllcEa mid
could not tio truatod ii ImixIiiusa moil.
Iho Domocrntlc p:ut U liiinuit nud
haH tlio conndoiico of Hi" i;ood ppoplo."
Itoliurt K. l'aliau, c.u: Ihlitu for Hop
roEcntatlvo from Hip I mi.-ih. mado ono
of Iho host Ilawnlliin sin'i-rlimi of tlio
nlslit. Unlike tliu ii ri of iho Hawaii
an (.po.iknrK, l'nlian liuiii ihmJ those
present that fio was out for Imslnosx
and not for promise. Ho Bald, If
(looted, ho would do . lmt was right
liv tlio people liu ili Ir'i or poor.
".Mnkliis pionilBOH Ii Miiilu'iid and
then fnlllllK to oxeculc i'hmh utter idee
Hon. Is mlBleadlns Hi" .olcrn," said
Wm. Jarrett, candlilair lor Sheriff.
was well received as lie iniprcd tlio
ilni; to nddrcsx the aiMinicc. While
his campaign wmi; wns lulus played,
ho was presented Hh ii Ixautlful lei,
midst long applaud, lie unlil that
If eleoled ho would run III i (lopnrtmeiit
nccordlng to law. lie asked the sup
port' of tlio voters lor liU deputy mid
!?. IC. Hathbiirn announce I that Kti-
hlo wail not doing wlmt u.m light for
his people ami aBlted thai McCandlenB
bo sent lo Congress ns die next Dele
gate. Jno Cohen reoltcl his-share
of roast at the !iandn of the speaker.
J. C. I.ano was Jimit"-1 on by the
upeaker, who Raid tii.il ilic word .mm
meant a sinall p-ttli. I.ano could not
(llrdlcr, tho 000011111' o- iter, noconi
p.inled by Ids ofllelul iim ipreier, was
given loud and entliu-ln lr npulaiini-.
J. C. Anderson, envn.itm-rt his an
dlenoo by his IIiiiuiImk' mliut. Ho
Ml.l he was 11' poor 1111111 mid was ablo
to perform tho duties of the onico of
auditor. Ills last remark was: "Tho
bo.iven mid earth are lull of Demo
crats." Tlio most forcible spoakor of tho
iitglnH was i:. M. W.unn. Ho aald:
"I wish to talk upon a matter con
cerning myself. It I. my doslro and
tho deslro of the Uc.n iciatie party to
conduct this campaign ultbnut any Hu
ll. He nalil that t sntd that tho licpub-1
lie. ill candidate : 11; Kstubleis and
tinhorn pur Is. mil h vrantod to brand
that Riatemeiil nB falro. Ho did not
mentlsn my 113 mo, am Iho Bnllo
1 1 11 must have known lhat ho re-1
Ion ed to me. 1 Cu onl' attribute Ms
in.iklu:; n;di h otatenient to one of
two r.-i'en1. riihor he wn ndsquoled
or he v. as mUldfaruied lis ta what 1 '
until. I cm not bellow Mr. Hugtiog. I
whom 1 have olwaya considered an
honrit man, gillltv uf uttering eo ma
licious a Ho to Injure an opposing can
didate. "I utato In all liouccty that I never
made such a Btatcment.as jlhc. Hul
lo 1 1 u attributes u'lno hjs charged by
Mr. Hughes. Furthermore, I would not
mrkc such a stnlcmcnt a some Of thq
best friends I Ua,-c nro ltepubUcann
and are on tho Republican ticket, hut
that doca not prevent 1110 from ex
picfeBlng my lews about eomo of tho
"What I did say wait that tho nen:
crath; party has put up a clean ticket
and we have no gambler. nor tllvhorn
eporla on It. I made Ibct tfiiomciit
before and I make it again, hut I did
sot mako any such statement n at
tributed to mo hy the 11 11 It o ti 11. ami
aa charged by Mr. Ilunh." 'rhceh.Mgo
Ik fnho, foolish and absi.rd on Its f.ic.
Hut I say again that I hoHc-.c .Mr. W
To TypBwritox, Operators
Uso aiotliiiig but
Remington Carbons and Ribbons
ci they nrc THE Skn.'arJ for Quality in every rcspsrst.
Call in sud see the new
Typewriter Adder & Substeractor
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd. - 931 Fort St.
EXCLUSIVE TEr.niTORIAL AGENTS FOR THE REM.
INGTON TYPEWRITEU CO., OF NEW YORK.
HiiKbes was olthcr lulsq;:in,., or mlh-
inrormen, and I don i belie, r he would
deliberately falsify abim mo or my ,
candidacy. ' !
, "I thought It fair lo nn .eif vd In '
you .to niiko this :.i.( im n. --n mini '
now on 1 wl'l refr.. In from iv...kl-i!? '
any. personal references in n;
II. II. Trc.it told the piili- pi-esrnt ;
that ho had been In unieo id-icv the I
county Bovornmont went Into efr.cl I
and that If elected ho would cnutluii"
to glvo every road 'laborer what was!
d.io him. He complimented his clerk.
.Mr. Hopkins. ery likhly mid asked
the voters to vote for blm ro lhat Im ;
iTrentl could keep him In odlce to -oe I
lhat every road eniployeo.was Ire Mel I
Tho oilier speakers of i iilihlM
woro Luke Kaliniininokn. D. Kncka. ifl
Chus. ItoFO. W. Ii. McClclJan ami IM
ward Ingham and Joseph Kern.
BE GUESTS OF HONOR
for ANY TIME
in ANY WEATHER
St costs less than half as much as ordin
ary cows' milk.
Best for all table and Kitchen uses.
Guaranteed to bo perfectly pure
Aslc youz' grocer.
. The chief pelly oftVcru of the crul
fcr Miimdiim itl be given a ball at
the Alexander Young Hotel next
Tuesday owning, l'loparullons nro
now actively under wav and the
event promlsea lo bo a particularly
A floor reception, comprising foily
prominent mjn and women of this
city, will unlto with tho ball com
mittee fiom the ships In endeavoring
to make tho uffnlr a success. The
committee will meet this afternoon
In tho lounging room nt tlio Young
agreeable personalities, and wo.havo to eoinpicto Hie final arrangements.
blilven bard to kep out 01 tins moiii
od or doing illllcs.-'l -wait 'very much
siirpiised to t.eo a ktatcnic.lt In tho
Hull ot In concerning myself and
what Senator Hughes said of me. lie
bald he had never entered Into iierwin
alltlcs himself but lie wanted lo cull
attention to oineililng said by a Dem
ocratic Scnatulal candidate at Moll II-
Tho IKt of patroncFSries, which In
n.pldly being (omplctcd, Includca tho
n.ttnes of uintroiis piomlucnt In local
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Dullstln fj'vts a complete summary of
ilm news of the ri.iv.
ran rw ex r . i 'A
sneo. n. uavies & 10., og
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art of
;mhalmin;r, so that bodies can be
kept any length of timo, r.nd still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Give him a call mid his work will
speak for itself.
Office. 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 170;
Night Call, 10M.
is they will tell
you. The oldest
rant in the city.
For tasty meals at
the lowest prices
come and visit us
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A Complete Stock, All
Styles, at our Store
Between Kintc iul Hotel Streets,
Straight up from the Naval Docks
Look out for the Walkover Sign
Honolulu Department Store
Sheriff Henidoy of Oklahoma nttath-f Travus Ilofa. who has been tho men
ed a I'rltico ayvtem frelnhf canine at fencer for seventeen poitmaster-seu-AllilB,
Okla.. nud chained It to the oraW. from I,. M. Key to fleorKO von
track to force payment of J2.2MI In I. Meyer, died in Wnslilnslon, of can
taxes. J ecr of the liver, at tho ase of CO yeard.
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