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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, OCT. 27, 1908.
E veiling Bulletin
DAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Bally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of eaoh week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
Wallace R. Parrlngton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARQEST OF ANY
in the Territory
TVI f Editorial Rooms,
Vote jour ticket straight. Don't
throw ll away cm Independents thut
i. . war in tmim.il !
Chic lVderutlnn In Iloiioliilu hat
all eaily hecome a Bynonyin for Hy
pocrisy nnd Witless Folly.
Gov crnmcnt-uy-Commlssloii people
aru doing their utmost to malic the
piesont campaign as dlsroputahlo as
i- , . - -i
Would It be (.ommlttlng a caulln.il
'sin it anyone thould ask -whether
Mr. Roosevelt .it fifty has anything
' Defeat of the Uepublle.in candi
dates means defeat for the Rcuuhli
tau organization. No good can be
gained from it.
Delegate Kuhio leaves nothing for
the Democrat!.- i. mill. late to say. A
joint debato would l.-.ne the opposi
tion completely i'oored
There. Is Just one way to nld the
weak spots, and nssuro tho election
of the specially desired candidates:
Vote straight, thioughout.
Are we to prcsumo that the lit.
Hon. William A Kinney believes In
the IGO-ncro buncombe nnd the ex
tension of Federal land laws?
Hawaii needs straight Republican
votes If it is to be assured of future
prosperity, and maintain a reputation
for average decency in politics.
The Republican candidate for City
nnd County Attorney will bo reelect
ed. It Is tho remainder of tho ticket
that his cncmlis tiro Jeopardizing.
After listening to what the local
representatives have to say, one
might think that Iloosevelt has sup
ported tho cause of every character
assassln In existence.
If the Republican ticket during tho
community's most thoughtless mo
ments should contain one-half the
yollow dogs Thurston now has on his
string, it would be a peach. .
i i j '
llryan has hail many record audi
ences In Madison Squat u Garden. Ho
always draws crowd. Tho pcoplo,
like to hear him speak. Hut they do
not vote for him on election day.
Note that the Party of Equality
also has endorsed a few candtdutcs,
following the example of that other
notorious Pleca Club, tho Federation
of secret membership and no general
The country will not suffer if lllo
people during tho next Bevcn days
give undivided attention to politics
tho BClence r government, Tho
pity is that many begrudgo even this
1 1 -I- LJJI J
If you think Achl would make a
pretty good Major, you have only to
knife tho Republican ticket, split It,
and accomplish your end. Then turn
jourself over to the Fool-Killer, aft
, Why select one portion of tho Re
publican ticket for "the especial at
tention of the voters' favor? Tho
Congressional candidnto Is of no less
importance than tho Legislative and
One week from today Mr. Taft will
bo elected Prcsidont of tho United
States. What would It profit Hawaii
to have Mr. Tnft read a return from
this Territory dicappolntlng to a Re
i One of tho "Independent" candi
dates has been characterized as hav
ing Humphreys whispering In one
oar, Ashford In tho other, and Col
bum's grip on tho back of his neck.
The farther a man gets away from
his party tho mora his independence
becomes tho di'enm of a disordered
Vice Presidential Candidate Sher
man has been frequently referred to
us a' friend of Undo Joo Cannon. The
following interview ho gave out nt
Utlca suggests that In manner of cx-
Ptr tl Mmtln s .n
Per V cat, anywhere 1,1 US I.oo
Tel Year, auywhere hi Canada, ., I. Bo
Per Year tHMi,iald. foreign 3.oo
E Birred at the PoitofFicr it Honolulu
u .ond cliax mitter.
OCTOBER 27, 1908
liaic much In rominon
nothing to say to The World. It can
go to hell. It's .i f.itslller and I can
not recognize It "
It bceips Impossible, to Honolulu,
that tho Oceanic Bteamois should re
sume servlco nj New Zealand nnd not
Include this city us a port of call. It
would be a sad blow, It Tahiti should
become the half-way station of the
There is no change In tho situa
tion us the ti'iull of dny-nfter-dny of
misrepresentation it Is still u iase
J. P. Cooke
W. 0. Smith
A. F. Judd vs.
L. A. Thurston
Qoo Wan Hoy
A. S. Humphreys
What would Iloosevelt say to the
Isol transaction which Honolulu's al-
leged moralists have endorsed?
And what would Roosovelt say
when these morally twisted person3
bespattered a Itcpubllcan candidnto
and the organization back of him
with the mud of vilest slander that
could be Imagined?
What WOULD Iloosevelt say?
CERTAIN FOR TAPT. '
The forecast of tho National elec
tion contained in tho private letter
published In this Issue is ono that
comes tho closest to tho Inside opin
ion of Eastern political and busi
ness leaders of any that has been
This review gives Rryan tho bone
fit of tho doubt at every posslblo
paint, and contemplates tho Taft
prospect from tho standpoint of the
most unfavorable possibilities. The
result Is that Tnft is assured of a
good majority in the electoral col
lege. New York has always been consid
ered tho pivotal State In every Pres
At KAIMUKI. House lot contain
ing 20,000 sq. feet, cleared ready for
building. Three minutes from car
line. Fine Marine view, Pnce
MAN0A VALLEY. Three-quarter
acre house lot on West Manoa Road.
Unsurpassed view of mountain and
sea. The best and cheapest house lot
offered in Manoa Valley. Price
House and lot corner Piikoi and
Lunalilo Streets. A fine piece .of
nroperty at the bargain price of
New modern cottage MAKDU DIS
TRICT for $1800.00.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streeti.
Messages may now be sent to friends
on arriving or departing
THE HATES ARE LOW.'
Vwv xgB6r.h,,y m "
There Is no need of
worrying when away
from home and the fire
whistle blows, t you
hnve Insured your pro
petty In one of our lire
We are agents for
Companies that paid
their San Francisco
losses in full.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
916 FORT STREET.
idential election. This Is evident at
the present time, as both tho loading
candidates are giving that Stato their
undivided attention during this last
week of the campaign. Hut Mr. Taft
can win without New York, should
that State go to llryan, as It may to
Chanler, the Democratic candldute for
Mr. Taft will be tho next Presi
dent of the United States. Tho
shadow of doubt is so small that the
man who would bo on tho winning
Bide will no more look to llryan than
to Tom Watson as a probability.
This Is evldutit from the course of
tho hotting In tho financial centers.
There Is Just as much Democratic
money among the gamblers as there
is Republican. The gambling popu
lation Is probably more generally
Democratic. Out tho money Is being
wagered on Taft at heavy odds. llry
an men ate taking tho short end of
it everywhere, nnd Dryan volunteer
wagers are few.
The administration of the United
States for the next four years will be
(No greater folly could be Imagin
ed than for Hawaii to chanre Its
course In politics. From tho parti
san and (he non-partlzan standpoint
Hawaii's prosperous future will bo
seriously threatened should the vo
ters place In office a Delegate or a
majority of legislative and municipal
officers antagonistic to tho Republi
can administration and Republican
$1231.15 NETTED BY
Following Is the financial report on
tho Gypsy Encampment, given under
tho auspices of the Humano Society:
Mrs. F. M. Svvanzy, pillow
booth J 202.50
Miss Irmgard Schaefer, ico
cream booth 127.00
Mrs. L. Abrams, roso booth .. 10C.OO
Mrs. A. P. Taylor, tllma lcl
Mrs. C. Kimball, badges 90.75
Mrs. S. G. Wilder, candy booth 89.05
Mrs. S. M. Ballon, cut flowers
Mrs. A. ET Murphy, peanut for
tune Miss E. Sargent, grab bag . . .
Mrs. J. Cornwell, post office..
Mrs. O. Wilder, tea garden .
Mrs. E. J. Walker, coffee gar
den Mrs. Marston Campbell, lem
onade Mrs. A. S. Wall, ilng cake ....
Mrs, A. G. Hawes, palmistry..
Mrs. Mary Gunn, pantomlmo
Mrs. F. J. Center, Gypsy dance
Mr. J. McGulre, Hawaiian
Miss Adelo do l'Artlgue, Span
Total receipts 81,283.15
Tom Sharp, painting signs for
cars $ 20.00
Decorations, etc., Gypsy En
City Transfer Co., cartage . . . 6.00
Capt. il. Berger, carfare for
Dergstrom Music Co.. moving
We are showing two of the swell
et pieces' (ft SILK ever imported
These an of
Double Width, a dress pattern
Light Blue and one of Gray.
"As I said In my speech at Aala
Park, country comes first, party sec
ond, as a matter of course.
"This DOJiS NOT MHAN that
PARTY should bo IGNORED or that
tho VOTER should select from tho
DIFFERENT PARTIES tho HK3T
MEN VIEWED AS INDIVIDUALS.
"PARTIES ARE NECESSARY and
DESIRAHLE IN REPRESENTATIVE
"Team work Is essential to accom
plish practical results. Accordingly
In politics as well as business it U
often necessary to select and vote for
men who by working together cau ac
complish desired results even though
they are not men who might bo pre
ferred as Individuals.
"Of course, there may be men on
tho party ticket who should not bo
voted for either for tho good of tho
country or party, but Just whoro tho
line should bo drawn Is a matter tor
Receipts . . . . , 11,283.15
Net results $1,231.70
KATIIEIUNE 'K. A. MURPHY.
Chairman of Executive Committee,
TRENT TO TASK
"To bo called a scalawag by a gen
tleman like Trent Is certainly tin In
sult to our candidate for Treasurer,
Georgo C. Deckley. It Is also a big In
sult to iho Havvnllans at large. Tho
mere use of the word scalawag Is de
grading to 'tho Hawallaus, nnd Is suf
ficient to make them uphold tho good
name of tho Hnwallans. It should bo
their duty to defeat the man lio made
such n statement In tho newspapers
of this city."
Chas. J. Rroad, candidate for Sen
ator on tho Homo Rule-Labor ticket.
mado tho abovo remarks last night at
tho meeting at Mollllll. Tho meeting
was quite large, there being moro than
100 peoplo present In tho ynrd of Hoik
I kaca, a well-known Homo Ruler.
Mlko Palalna, formerly a staunch
Democrat and tho president of the
Democratic club In Mollllll, has now
turned about nnd Joined tho Homo
Uiile-Uiliiir party. He said so last
night In his-speech nt tho meeting of
the fuslonlsts. Ho stated that the
Democratic platform which contained
the clause providing for tho establish
ment of leper station In tho counties
was detrimental to tho Hawallaus. He
advised tho Democrats present to fol
low his footsteps and Join tho Homo
Rulc-I.iibor party. Ho was loudly up
George C. Ueckloy mado ono of the
most successful Hawaiian speeches
last night. He mndo no personal at
tacks on his opponents, hut Instead
ho complimented them very nlcelv ami
called them gentlemen. After describ
ing the duties of his ofllco ho told his
hearers that he was Independent nnd
could run the office so thut It would bo
a credit to tho Hawallaus. During IiIb
speech ho was repeatedly cheered and
W. C. Achl and D. Kalauokalanl
made speeches, each analyzing the
platform of tho Homo Rulo-Labor
II. C. Vlda, an aspirant for the of
flco of Supervisor, appealed to tho
voters to voto for him nnd the rest of
tho candidates on tho ticket.
185 editorial rooms 256 bull
neei office. These are the new tel
enhane numbers of the Bulletin office
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Price it acknowledges no su
In our large stock will be
found many New Pieces ofi
this Famous Ware at New
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WIRELESS FLASH IS
CAUGHT FROM FLEET
A wireless from the licet, received
last, night at Kahukii station, gives
tlieiioidlliin of the vvainhlpn us l.at. 21
dog 6 mill, north! Long, U0 dog, west
The bhlps wcro steering? degiecs east
magnetic. Communication was also
established with tho U. S. S. Solace.1
Her position at 8 o'clock was l.at 20
deg f5 mill. North; Long. 143 deg. 15
mln. west. She was steering north 15
second magnetic, Operator Isbcll also
was able to copy messages fiom Sitka
end Taloosh Island,
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Most Boys Suits are just "slammed
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There's just as much style in a Hoys'
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Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
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CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Fainting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
You Wont Electrio Wiring Done or.
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
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PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
GeneraJ Jobbing A Specialty.
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