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BVRNMNO rWI.T.nTIN, ItONOMH.Tt, T. II.. TIIKSIUY, OCT. SO, 100?. . -"M
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Wallace R. Parrlnnton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
In the Territory of Hawaii.
rp ij f Editorial
II i .mtli' icruV-8 tn be mini-
licii-il lili th" yvlluw dog uwnililett
b Tlun fton.
Strnlght-tlcKot otltig will cany
the din.for biuiness admliilstrallun
ol public affairs.
Now wlm wan It tlmt said lie nould I Talk or blackmailing! Where do
form an alllanco with the i)ell lfitle lloriuaert or Catheart get off,
it wivcil his selfish purpiiM-u so lo;,vheii the, In the presence of wit-
Two weeks from
today the election
repare to Mite
will take place
join ticket straight
Stay with jour
Catheart has met every charge,
with a Hut denial and a SZO.nou. re
quest foi libi defamers to toniOyJntu
loiirt In n liuiry. .
Air. Thurston s yellow dog has
formed the titbit and Is yapping
itiarRei at .iuoue and anything so
it might rerve a rovcngcfiil cause.
It has et to appear that good gov -
eminent or i (immunity decency finds
mipport from persons whoso chief
neailons arc criminal misrepresenta
(loveiiior l'lear will bring out a
good audience and he ought to glvo
the peoplo n good straight-ticket talk.
The safety of Icglslatlu progress lle.i
in the sucies.i of the slralglit-llckct
j i i i
It Is entirely possible (hat the at
tack on Catlicart may elect .MiCnnd
less 'and Injure the head of the city
and 'utility ticket. There Is no tell
ing whole tho split-ticket work will
fctop, omo It gets started.
Wal.itu.i: No, tho yellow-dog onl
llt have not yet charged that Cath
eart committed Mm rr nl Inn irlui-li.u
111 Manna. Tliero inc. however, scv-1'1'1'0 1,M,,I,C ''"" "nly 3u'lK0 fr""1 Mr
eral chaiges el to come. One nf !l'nlh,'nil'H ari' :lni1 "l0 Klu'p'1 w1"1
these may bo that Catluait stole eggs. lWl,lc ''o lrt nllB icoilests to iiimo
r-, jlnto (ourt liulltates no lack or readi-
Iness to ni?et the charges and have
The peoplo want the latest Manoa1 them threshed out where 1IOTII
outrage rcnetcd to tho bottom. Think SIDICS MAY UK Ft'fXV STATRll.
or a suliuiban district llko College , It Is now Import mt that a speedy
Hills being allowed to continue n free, trial should lie hart on the tlrst
Held for tho operation of burglaischargo. Tho charactor of a public
and thugs In a city of tlicf size of oClccr is attacked In a mint virions
Honolulu! manner, and for the obloiis purpose
: of revenge.
. Honolulu Is making long mnrchea ". '""Ko and iiialUe did not en
Intn the laud or "reform" when the!ter ll"" "l0 ll"'l"l. "' chaiges,
pollio aie plumed with the capture lv,"m" '" Mr' Cathcaifs enemies by
of a few petty tho-ra gamblers, and ,lll'lr "wn "In'enicnt for n number of
allow a usldciitlal section to liecomo J0''"8' WH1'I Imvo been brought bo
tenorlzed by burglary and minder- foro llle 1,u,,-,lc whc" Mr- Catbeait
It has escaped general notice that
the old conservative State of Maine
in lis recent election voted In favor
or tho Initiative and leiorondum by
mi overwhelming majority. Not m
many jears ago this Popullstlc Idea
would liavo been refused even a do -
tent hearing In the effete Kast.
If Sheiiff lauke'a and his staff have
.,..1. ..... nt ..,t.... ...
(lllj illlli'IMIL III II11L IB IvIIOWIl IIS 1
Kiimntlon this Is ilm Mm. i !., i,
Tito excuse that the Supervisors do1, "ff'"1111""" "'"I nilmopieseutntlon
not allow him enough men will not,'8 tho lmne- Meet " Inimcdlntelj-.
be necciileil by tho people who lie-, , w"t,8 Te""," hoUnu lho olec-
.inanil speedy Justice for tho jierpe -
ttatoia of an affair llko that at tho
Tho following from Alfred Aus -
tin's latest poem should bo adopted
bj TiitiiMim and his jellow dogs ad
tho battle hymn or new-found filond -
When tho plover flaps
O'or tho Idlo plough,
And tho woodpecker taps
On tho lotting bough:
When the starved rook pecks
At the light-stacked grain,
And the liiltervd nesl
I'lecks thu lelilloss lano:
Then then will 5011 lovu
Me, and still no less
When the glass waes above
My ill Painlessness?
men of criminal Instincts it cannot
tsenpo aii oVil icputatlou. As toon
WIIUKLV I1UI.I.IS1 IN
Tcr Sli Moiitlu is .no
l'tr r amnlitieluUS I. on
I'ci Vrar ilnwlirre in Canada... I, Flu
Pcreat iK.st.aiil, lorelRt 3.
Emrrctl at Hie roitofHce At Honolulu
t kit out 1 1& niiitrr.
OCTOBER 20, 1903
thinK of Manoa retaining a good rep-
utatloii wlillc Its leslilents arc being
regularly burglarized and imirtlcr-
intsly ntwatiltctl. It Ms nil up to the
i,IOOple to determine whether they
Wi allow ,no criminals to have fiec
neM.es pi utilised to withhold the
charges-' If the Republican candl
Iilt0 ,or c( ,, Cou At;
M Rc, , ,ckel? T prov.
ed very conclusively that they would
let the alleged wrongdoer cscnpe if
he came to their terms.
CASTLE AND CATHUART.
The stntement of V. It. Castle in
connection with the (loo Wan Hoy
case brought promptly to light the
mischievous tunning and utter lack
of honest method on tho unit of Mr.
j J,r- Castle was represented ns
"coiillrmlng" the charges mado
against Mr. (Jatlicart in (oniicctlou
with a case, Involving (loo Wan Hoy,
In which Castle and Catheart were
Tho fact Is that .Mr. Castlo had In
his possession a lecclpt for inoiiejs
passed In the case.
Ilo was mi far from confirming the
i barges inaile against Catheart tluit
he piomptly expiesMcil wonder and
suipriso that aiione should liavo
"lugged mo Into the matter."
Jtr. Castle tcfuses to be one of tho
tTliurston jell.iw dogs.
GIVE AN IMMEDIATE TRIAL.
There Is no doubt that Mr. Cath
eart will sallsfv the expressed desire
of liU tlcfamora to meet him In court.
was Hist a candidate for offlco and
again when he was a candidate for
lenomlnation by the Republican con
What the peoplo seek Is tho honest
jrncts delci mined by as fair n court
or Justice as Honolulu can pioduce.
Let the case lie brought to trial
ltKPOICK Till: KLKCTIOX TAKHS
ll'I.ACK. Let a Jury of .twelvo men
Ipass upon the reliability of the wit
nesses, and tho evidence.
if Cnthrai t is the wietch his ene
mies attempt to make out, ho Is its
"""Ions to know It as anyone.
l" , , ,. " U,B, ""ll "180 " IM!"
Until that Is done the community
is hearing but ono sldo or the charges
shaped In a manner to glvo tho most
evil Import. And as to the nieilts of
.tho accusations the peoplo have the
Judgment of such men as
A. F. Judd )
iW, 0. Smith)
J. P. Cooke ) vs.
(A. S. Humplueys
(Goo Wan Hoy
(L. A. Thurston
HAWAII'S IMMIGRATION AND TEB
Tho loiter fiom tho Callfoinlan
0110 of tho unemployed wlrn wants
to know why tho uuemplojcd nic not
tougiit foi tho fields of Hawaii, pro
teins one of lho querlm h n soen.s
leabonable. It is a rail, llmww-r,
that the iinoni)loyed do not twk
opeiilngsfnr work in tho rountrj,
t notwithstanding they will stand
'mound lit their homo city for hours,
"As I said in my speech at Aula
I'ark, country ccines first, party sec
ond, as a matter of course.
"Tills DOKS NOT MI3AN that
1'AIITV should bo lONOItKU or that
the VOTKU should select fiom thn
I)ll'l'Kni:NT I'AUTIIIS tho 1IK3T
JIi:. VIEWIJD AS INDIVIDUALS.
"I'AKTIKS AUK Ni:Ci:SSAUV and
dhsiuaum) in m:i'ni:si:NTATivi:
'Team work Is essential to accom
plish practical results. Accordingly
In politics ns well lis business It is
often necessary to select and vote for
men who by working together can ac
complish desired results even though
they arc not men who might be pre
ferred ns Individuals.
"Of course, there may bo men on
tho party ticket who should not .be
voted for either for tho good of tho
country or party, but Just whoro the
line should bo drawn Is a matter for
all but starving, waiting for a Job to
It Is not n case of thero being any
lack of opportunity for tho tinem
plojed of tho mainland to woilt In
Hawaii. They won't work. Thal'j
tho reality, the fact of tho situation,
ami iccourse must he had to people
Despite tho fact that our corre
spondent has seen many men out of
employment in tho Kast, wo learn
through a dispatch' dated tho latter
part of September that Dr. Trunk
Hlnes, Immigration superintendent
of the Maryl mil State llureau, was
at that time 011 11 tour of thojWest
cm States looking for "0110 thousand
brawny farmers" who would man tho
land In the St.lto of Maryland. Hero
is Oppoitiinly, within walking dis
tance or tlio iiiicmploytd of New
Yoik and the surrounding cities, hut
still the ranks of those out of work
iiio tilled and tho farm lands go beg
ging. Dr. Illnes, In his effort to turn the
natuial tldo of immigration from tho
West back to tho Kast, tells tho
farniciH that good lauds can bo
bought in his State at from $20 to
$50 mi acre, am! that they will yield
abundant mips or every thing that
can ho giown In the Western climate.
In addition, ho tells them that Mary
land Is spending $5,01)0,000. for
good loads. Mnryland Is ono of tho
few Stales that has no Indebtedness,
and, consequently, has u low tax
Dr. Illnes says that the Maryland
fauns aie too large, and that ho has
been directing his efforts to have
them subdivided Into five or bIx farms
for (he dotiblo purposo'of increasing
the population and tho productive
ness of the laad. Ho says that most
of the farms, formerly tho estates of
--!7nv : '
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$4 af Year and up
Individual boxes in our .Safe De
posit Vault may be rented by the
month or 1 year.
Reeds, wills, and all documents of
value may be kept where there is ab
solutely no danger of their being de
stroyed or lost.
The rent is fifty-cents a month, or
four dollars a year.
You have easy access to the box
at all times; no one else can open it.
Corner Fort and Merohant Streets.
FOR ISLAND BUSINESS.
UMfTID, ' .
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SBtxmK i : r
NEW; two bedrooms; electric lights;
modern plumbing; sewer; gas; and
other modern improvements.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
DIG FORT STREET.
wealthy men, consist of 400 or COO
acies. These 1110 being subdivided
Into fninis of 100 or L'OO ucres.
This is an Instance of tho fact that
the unemployed appear to bo filled
with a deslro to remain In tho cities
anil starve rather than go out on the
vacant farm lauds and mako n living.
hy this Is so may bo variously ex
plained. It is not fair, however, to
believe that Hawaii would have great
success with marshaling these peo
ple, if those near at homo cannot hnd
Hawaii has to work with the facts
although gln-1 to listen to tho the
ories. HOW HAWAII APPEARS
Killlor K v 0 11 I 11 g 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 11 :
Thiough tho couilesy of 11 friend who
had received scveiai copies of jour
paper, I was enabled to read with
inleiest' und plensmo tho written
statement nml investigation, of Mr.
Tienor, into the picseut labor con
ditions in the Hawaiian Islands. And
his comparison to tho existing labor
condition, In tliiystatcs and those of
Ho reaches fho conclusion that
tondlUons, in many wajs, weie 111111.I1
boiler and blighter on the Hawaiian
plantations than among mail) labell
ing peoplo on tho mainland.
l-'otir j ears ago I left New York
City mr tho moro congenial clltnato
of Callfoinla. It was a cold, dreary
day In tho niontl( tit February. Tho
uiciciiry was lmvcrlng uicmnd zcio,
a 10I1I, plonlng wind almost pene
tiated tu tho bone, although at the
time I ttiiro a heavy oveiuiat. Thick
snow and ko aivered tho stieelB and
sidewalk.!, (Jangs of pooily clad
men, so'ito of tlicui none too robust
looking, weie shoveling away the Ice
and snow, and' others took It away
by the cartload. Other men wera
rormed Into line, shivering In thu
cold wind, whilst waiting to be en
gaged ror this kind ot woilc, which
at the best would last but a few
And at the end of It, what then?
Some of them with wles and sev
eral chlldien In buppoit out of this
few ilns of work. Many ot these
men repiescntcd tho various avoca
tions and walks of life. Many wero
joutig, and others still in tho prlmo
nnd stiength of their manhood. And
thero Is also tho daly and evci-In-cieaslng
bread' lino of New York
City. Men who linvo soon hotter
das, i"spoclahlo men, who would
rather wml; If they could get It than
to stand shlvping In, tho lilting blasts
ot winter, and for what? Why, Just
a loaf of bread to keep them from,
possibly, Sim allon. The Salvation
Army have laiten many poor but ro
spectable families fiom New York
City and fiom various parts of Hng
land and put them to till the laud on
a ta4r-s'iipcrllijir basis. In Colorado,
and, I think, n'1.0 Jn Canada.
There 111 0 ally thousands of men
who nio out of employment nnd who
vcnld llko lo work If It was olfeitd
them, and, I lulgllt .also add, In nl-
We ave showine iwo of the swell-
(t nieces o'f SILH ever Imnorted
here. -i '
These are of . '
Double Width, a dress pattern
Light Blue and one of Gray.
The Rainy Season Is
We have prepared for it. We have
the Largest and Finest Stock of
that we have carried in years. See them before you pick out
the Umbrella that you will have to carry around through the
winter, we have some very fine Ladies' Umbrellas, too.
M. MCINERNY, Ltd., Fort and Merchant
most any direction they might bo
'pout. In an editorial ot your Issue
for August 2.lli you say: "What Ha
waii alms at U a ptopcr liala'nco of
lho labor population nnd u btcady lu-
riease of a citizen population that
will become permanent workers In
the main lnclutrtes." "The speedi
est practical method of gaining this
cud Is to enlist tho Kmopcan immi
grant." "Who tomes to a now coun
lij to establish it new homo for him
self nnd family." "It means moro to
the Americanization of tho Territory
than any other movement that has
bem started or piopoied."
Now Instead of making special ef
forts lo eiic.ouiagt Kuropeaii Immi
gration to the islands why not let
tliou' eff.nta bo confined mainly to
the I'nitcd Stnles, where rcaily-ninila
citizens, and many ot them native
born, can be found, worthy men, who
need emuloymeul to support them
fcIvos and thoio dependent upon
Mr. Tienor fcajs In his repoit,
"I'ico rent and grounds, fuel, water,
Mid medical alltudaiico form tho
backgiooiid of .i-iciy attractive pic
title to the lir.lcr in tho fluids."
I tlilni; (hat these would piovo a
strong incentive lo numbers ot men
out of woik both In Now Yotk City
and also Oakland nnd Sail Kraiiflsco,
as well as othci huge cltrs tlnough-
out tho couilliy, and who would do
considerable to Amcrlcauizo tho Isl
Many men know but little concern
ing the Islands or their pnsMlillllIcs
and advantages In various w.ns. I
liavo lead live or six books 1 elating
lo tho Islands, but nunc of them tell
of tho Industrial oppoituultlcs for
wnrklngmen. Many of thcuo needed
fnits for woihlng people I liavo
learned finite recently from your plc-
totlal literature and jour newspapuro.
iuc.lly fiom tho livening II it 1 -1
0 1 1 n . Wo an know that Captain
llobson I1113 ptoved himself in lho
past to bo a brave man, nnd who
ever may condemn his lcLont utter
antes legnrdlug Japan must lecng-
nlro It as a peculiar fact that Japan
Is nppnienlly placing liciselt upon a
war footing. And for what? And
for whom? And what cause has she
to-clo so? She Is a power that works
very silently. If It over comes to a
contest for the bitpicmacy of tho Pa
cific, though foreign-born, I eeitaln
ly would llko to seotho Kiigllsh-
spenktng race gain nnd keep that
control. The Japanese, both in Cal
ifornia nml the Hawaiian Islands
liavo been too much, already, encour
aged to tako the work -out ot thu
hands of American citizens, 'When
this condition of things Is icvcrscd
)ou will liavo a moro contented nnd,
I may add, patiiotlc body ot men,
111010 wiling to even fight for tho
land of their blith or adoption', than
Jim have now. An honest nnd Indus
tilous man out ot work Is a discon
tented man, and sometimes cvon
luenks tho law where himself or fam
ily mo In wnnt. In a recent issue of
tho Machinery Magazine tho editor
sas, "Dm Ins tho present depression
thousands of men skilled nnd unskill
ed aie engaged in tho almost hope
less task of looking for work, Thoy
spend money and energy lu about tho
most dlseoui aging task n human bo
ding can engngo In. Kolmffed Jit
ccry turn, thero Is great danger of
a man's moral fiber being so deterior
ated that his former good habits aro
lost." "Such periods miiko tinmps
Vciy ti illy,
ONK OP Tlll'3 UNIJM
1'I.OYKI). W11 Ting Kang, the Chinese Min
ister, Is said to bo recuperating In a
sanltailiim. Tho average Ameilcau
who ask1; as ninny ciupallonn aa doei
tho Oilenlal diplomat would bo more
likely io land In a hospital. Now
Orleans TIiucs-Dcmocrat. .
MMHik $ t. W.AfraU tfliflatSrfajffi
Witt. If. MANEELEY
32d Degree of Mary Ccmmandcry,
Philadelphia, Recovers from
During conclavfl wocU In Fun rr.inrlfl
en, Sir Knlslit Win. It. MaiiMloy of VJV
N. Hci utrcntli rlitrt. IMitlailWfilil i of
Mary CommnnU-rv, cnUftl ot the nfllco t
tho Jim. J. 1'uUuii Co. to tt'port lila ro
Hi? Htntnl tlmt ho hml linth IlrlfTlit'fl
Dlwnfk1 itnl iJi.ilatrn for ulno yiirH nml
Imil koIUii km Jim lui cnuhl not hmU frtr
a li.Uf linur at a thun, ntul had In ho iut
In lc r"cUs A lervllni; plOMlcInn Bunt
liiin wonl Hint ho hail liad cfRil C-.xhph
rtcovir nml' r u pn-paratlDii mado In Call
fornln. rnllt rultn Comiioinul. M irnt
ly wat for It. Tho tlilni nlRht ho Kt
the tlrxt tiatunil Mmi la inontlm and lin
piocniiiit was llini Kradu.il but con
llmioiiH, umll he U now ttiu plcturo of
Anions ntlior wplllimwn l'lillidcl
phlaiiM who had rtcowrod Un mcntlouod
Itlrlianl rillurt, AIM. i:. T. Hnow of IK15
('nluiiilil.t ai'iiuu; iiIh'i Iwo riHldontH of
Knislnstpii, hom.hulohl of It. alo tlie
ulfo uf a iiliyiclntt and pcMr.il othcrtu
MfiMOUH will knmv how lo appro ich Air.
Alantvlpy to kU Hh rtt nml truth aa to
tin ipllnvnH of this piofound dlhttmry.
Wo aff.ila niinuiiiu lo tin- world tho
(iiiahlllty of i1 -irnio ItilKht'rt JMvuho and
DlnlHtiH In fiilh N pn ifnt gf all cnm-i",
Whtn to HUHptrt lIrJprhtM iil-uw
Wmkiitss nr Ur4H of v,i Uht , puffy ankhs,
hauiU or i Hurt, diopuy, Iclilncy troublo
aflir the ttilr-I niontii , in hie may tdiow
willnirnt; fall. at v,rn; diownliKHi; ono
or inoio of th Honolulu Drut; Co,
Fort St. 17
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN S1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PUN $3.00 A DAY UP
J A now down I own hotel. Steel and
brick structure. Furnished at a cost of
$150,000. Eier; comfort and conveni
ence. On car lines transferrins to all
parts of cltj. Omnibus meets all trains
Now recognized ns Hawaii
an Island Headquarters,
Cable Addres3 "TRAVETS."
AJB C Guide.
Have You Noticed Our line
You'll be surprised at tho
Elegance of these goods.
Each piece is DIFFER
ENT IN DESIGN nnd tho
PRICES aro very REASON-
II. F. Wichman & Co.
'wwiii'i 1 gggssEgEsaS
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG., FOP.T ST.
'4n 1 i'niu iiifc'-iiigjaii
WE IE SIMIil
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS I
J. K. KALANIANAOLE 1
ED. HENRiaUES I
K. w. auiNN
JOHN HUGHES M
E. B. MIKAIEMI M
A. . KALEI0PU 1W
S. P. CORREA m
D. K. KAMA
S. P. MAIEIUA
Fol th District
A. D. CASTRO
J. C. COHEN
E. A. D0UTHITT
E. A. C. LONG
JOHN C. LANE W
JOHN WISE I
HyiRRY VON HOLT 1
D. KALAU0KALANI JHf
JAS. BICKNELL "
It. W. AYLETT
ANDREW E. COX,
WM. A. KA-NE
J. 0. QUINN
DEPUTY SHERIFF OF HONOLULU
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS,
. Thos. G. Thrum.
1083 FORT ST.
4000 dreci! lloollns Slato 10"xl0".
COO Ono anil Two 1'rontr Iron Fcnca
,. 1 25-s.iIIou Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Cantlron nttlnR with Flanges,
or 12" Wrought Pljie.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD..
! 14R VJrv r:ftr, ni.... rm
" "'b um... iilUHU fill.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Bulletin Business Ofllro Plinn. oaa
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 165i
IWJ'Ww'lUigitllHHH 1 iiti,, , m ntV.