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EVEN1N0 nULLHTIN, HONOLULU, T. H WT,DNT.S3nAY, OCT. 28, 1003
DAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHINO CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily erery day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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I VVuIUico 12. Fnrrlnuton,
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Per Quarter, mi)iv1ietc In l' S. -I.oo
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Tet Vr, otpoJ, (o cin, I2.tf
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
rvy ( Editorial Rooms,
Il Business Office,
v. , '-:
Vi i -ti.nu'-t Split tickets lielpi zctte. June t 190fi. llcport of
tin- iu .lit. - ,.11 incompetents, meeting of lbi.ii.lulu liar Assiiclu-
Hi.- nt" i dais to the election.
An. i iii Hi. t'l.mtry will he safe. J '''n'8 I" a paiagiriph from the rtJ-
' lord of the latent witness Thurston lias
'.It' i'li. It it: is tcrtalii. rollow brought Into the flRht against the
II n. with a ti ujht ltepilhllcau tick-
c( i 'i Honolulu niul Hawaii.
ir li Mew .myjite else, W. C. I'.iiKe
mlglu ho nkcil why he did not think
of how lie fell phuiit Cathcart, before.
livery guii't'r Is pruyliiR fur the
I pill ticket th-it will weaken the can
didacy of tepiKtil'Ie'iiioii anil let lilm
Don't vote wilh the (li often!
Cutheait Is i heady elected
only question l.t whether Republicans
nan pull through tho lcmalitOcr of
Thin la the psilod when the candi
date's imliti.nl cut-mlcs save the most
limlhlous lie ') o tolil the .morulas
of the election.
The Incrensl.ic showers of mini be
itoweil iiiion C.i Jicart Is the best evl
ilenre thiit lit piinitili'4 11ml thnli'l
muse In dospcirto straits.
Splll-tli-ket vo'Iiir In either paity
Mill help the cause of tloernment b
('oiniiil'wliin. Mhlih Is another name
lur the iitti'nii:tl iiliKrare of Hawaii.
When tlio T.iriit Coninilsslmi as
tiemblcs on the Until of Novembc"-, It
hhoulil have nn expression from the
people, of ll.tw'i.l In the form of a
fctralglit KepuUT.in ticket electeil.
If Uoosevelt thnuhl II nil that the
tiblest prosevutliiR nlllcer hi his nd-
mlnlhti-atton were heliiR nttackcil
with the most malicious libels, what
ivoulil Unosovelt tin?
What WOULD Hoosovelb ilo? I
Mr. Aehl wnl not bu the II rat May
. nr. lie In 1ii die flRht only to ilefeat
I the Itepulillr.iti (.imllilate. It needs,
Hie Mr.ili;ht licpiihllian voto of I ho
I'ouith Dlstiiit to Riiar.inteo this
, illy a tompetuit mail In the Mayor's
A iinublniiliou of his Republican
friends has been formed ti vnto for
Mr. Watson ns Senator. Tho result
nf the work of these Republican
fi lends will Mr Jo defeat cllher
Hughes or lleini'pies and elect liar
ey, not Wnteon.
C.itlicnrt's enemies are wilting let
" lers to themselves on Uie liar Asso
Llatlon's Mnter.U In passing events.
Jt would bo o.iby to turn tho liar
Association Iiuj a political oiganl
zatlon It it wore iimtrolled by the
hay-so of dlsciedlted attorney's anil
's their nttoinos.
.N - "
Japan's JS.upeior nnd Hmprcss
i' .have put an eu 1 to the war talk that
threatened to c.Mise trouble between
their nation mid the United States.
What, then, cu.iij It profit the .Inp
nneso residents of Hawaii to stir up
labor troubles Mint will undoubtedly
lenow the UElfiiloi, and reMve the,
feelings of upiiivUensIon on the main-
land and In Jap in? Hiiwutt's record
for peace shou'd be kept clear
i jpii ii-i-
s The Democratic platform would
Hhlft tlio Land Ofllco to Washington.
'lf It Is hard for the voter or citizen
t'o get land today with the Land Com-
l jnlsMimcr In Honolulu and tho elcct-
orate subject to his beck and call ev
ery two years, hew much harder will
yit be for li I in when ho has to nddiess
Jil3 pleas to Washington and has no
jpoice In Inlliieuciiis the voto on tho
'mainland. (ierige r.ilrthlld to Ka
t J :
. "The sense of tho meeting"
- ' (liar Astoclii'lon) 'however was
Smith" '(Car) "hi
"had ylolated tho
ccjuflilentlnl ii'allons that 'must
exist between attorney and client
In 'disclosing the statement of fnct
ntailn him by the defendants,
which nowlimo appeared In the
rocqrd of tho case, and which
.would never have been-made pub
lic except thioiigh tho nttomey's
tnvu dlvulcncc." ll?wulluu t!a-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Mi Mont In 9 ,nt,
l'er Vejr, aitywIicreluUS I.tio
I'ti .c.ir, aiiyuhrrt In CanU .. I.Ko
PtrMt isl).alj, loTcIci 3,(iu
Entered At Hie IWoQicc Rl Honolulu
urea nil claw mtlter.
OCTOBER 28, 1008
Republican paily mill Catlicait
C. SMITH'S BUTT IN.
Not s."tlilcd with Humphreys nml
Goo Man llov. (he Thurston ycllow
iloR'brlKuile hn niliieil Carl Smith of
llllo to the list. To put It inoie eor
lectly, Carl :Siulth of llllo has buttcil
Thin ls t,lp "''m" C"1' Smith who
was lnvestlgat.nl by the Honolulu
Tlio"ar Association nml was subjected
to tlio most level e censure for
unprofessional tomluct. This ls the
same Carl Smith who "ilefenileil" a
bami of Koreniu ami then stntcil that
they ileservwl to he limiRcil. Since
this Is Ills reconl for ilefcnse his
"opinions" on the payment of C.ith
i.ut's ilebls arc not such us to In
spire an iiililitl'iual measure of con
Ailence anil icspeit for the ellov-
iIor iirlRiiile or luuke their cause np-
PLOT LAID BARK.
.1. P. CihiKo h.ia cry fciiccessfully
expoieil the whole scheme of the
irowil that sfiitril out to ilefeat
Cathi-art, nml, falllnir In blackmail
lactic), now Inlenil to take rcvciiRO
on the whole republican ticket.
Coullrniatlon of the stato of nf-
f.ilis Mr. Coikc belleveil to exist
makes his iom liislon u very correct
one tl'.e-fly.lit for Cathcart Is the
light for the .itiulght ticket.
No one foiceil to watch the ene
mies of Cathcart hitherto the secret
enemies: of tlu Republican part
will bo MirprR'il nt the plot Mr.
CikiKo tyas opeiieil up.
One citizen of Hawaii has snlil that
he woubl form partnership with the
Devil to gain hi. ends. Ami when
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building. Three minutes from car
line. Tine Marine view. Price
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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
T.litialiln Streets. A fini. nipcn ' nt
roperty ttt the bargain price 'of
I ! $2,050.00.
New modern cottage MAKIKI DIS'
THICT for $1800.00.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streett,
Messages may now be sent to friends
on arriving or departing
THE RATES ARE LOW.
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il get n character of tills (tort mixed
In 11 iiulltlrul game, you may pxpect
ex cry soil of tiinchciy that lmtiinii
Ingenuity U able to Invent.
It 1ms now limine n ease of C.ith-
rart nml the Mii'lght ticket, mil of
Hip straight Republican ticket am!
As It stands 'mliiy, 11 ote ngalnst
Catlicait anil tin- straight ticket In 11
vote to alii the most disreputable po
litical scheme ever tin nil ilium the
people of tlio City ami County of Ho
nolulu. The principle nt Btnke In ConiuiustJ
Decency In pollllis,
REPUBLICAN ENEMIES TURN '
Enemies of llir Republican p.trty
lire using cut' disreputable means
to Rata their einl. The Devil nml thu
Partner are up ngnlnst It.
Klsc why should there be the ilis-
tlnct appeal thai has been made to
race prejudice In making the fight
The racial Irsue I being preached
assiduously In the alleged effort to
defeat Cathcart and the Republican
Hvery effort Is being nmln to
aroiikc the Hawaiian by adroit and
sinister use of the statement that
Knen, a Hawaiian was taken olf tho
ticket, but Catliimt, the haolc, was
This race-Issue ngllntlon Is com
ing from the .rsci owned by tho
man who wrote the resolution by
which Kne.i wan icmoved from the
Thurston wroV that resolution at
the request of Mr. Atkinson.
J I tit what unutterable Injury ho In
now doing by lining this Incident
with his fulrtnie besmirching of
Cathcart, and the proposed secret
knlllpg of the Republican ticket!
Using falsehood and malicious mls-
icpreoentntloii In dealing with Cath
cart personally, tho next step to the
demagogue Stirling up raco hatred is
an easy and natural dmp.
The Thmstou ciowil Is asking for
votei for CailoJ Long on the race Is
sue pure ami sin pie.
The Hawall-ias me being asked to
vole for this cindld.ite because he Is
Hawaiian, nml Knen was side-hacked
from the ticket. Hut Kncn's place
was taken bv an Hawaiian. Tho
I .ice division does not tomn into the
situation except na It is dragged In
by the people now le.uly to do any
thing In iirdcr that they may save
themselves flora defeat.
Theio is nliiolutely no parallel be
tween tho Cathcart and the Kuea
case. Intelligent voters know It. Tho
attempt to make It appear otbprwlbo
merely cmphaslzcii the libel of Cath
cart. Tlio resort to the racial appeal Is a
definite anil deliberate move to gain
the favor of the Ignorant, misguided
and prejudiced xntcr.
Kvery respectable voter will cast
his ballot to not only defeat the pinna
of these enemies of good government
nml decent politic, hut administer
the rebuko they so richly deserve.
UNITARIANISM AND EDUCATION
In view of the barges against Unl
tmianlsin cii ciliated for political pur
poses, It might not be amiss to reo
what I'nltniliiiis hno done In uu od
ucatlonal anil tllslnteiested way for
tho tountry nt large.
"The Unitarians me very shy, or
toy, In establishing what would ho
called denominational schools," says
Dr. Kdwnrd Hverett Ilnlc. "In cer
tain Instances, how over, they luivo
established boarding-schools with
special reference to the education of
their own children, providing that
thero shall bo no denominational
pressure biought to bear upon tho
Dr. Georgo AVIlfls Cooke, a well
known divine of Now England, says:
"Tho Interest of Unitarians In edu
cation bus always been very gicat,
but It has not been In tho direction
of building nnd fostering scctnilan
Institutions. As a body Unitarians
havo not only been opposed to de
noniiuntlonul colleges, but they have
been leaders in promoting unsecta
linn education. . . . .Mental liberty
first found oxpicsslon under Unltn
linn auspices. From tho first, Amer
ican Unltnrlanlsm hns been unsecta
rian and llber,ty-!ovlng, taking nn
attitude of tolemtlon, free Investiga
tion, and loyalty to truth." '
Higher Criticism was begun early
by Noah Worcester, who pointed out
We are showing two of 4he swell
est pieces of SILK ever imported
These are of ' ,
Double Width, a dress pattern
Light Blue ami one of Gray.
There Is no need of
worrying when 'away
from home and tlio tiro
whistle blows, It you
hae Insured your pro
perty In one of our flro
Wo me agents for
Companies that paid
their San Vranclsco
losses In full.
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916 FORT STREET.
the dofect3 In the common ltlblo, and
In 1S08 Joseph lluckmlnster brought
out a Oreek New Testament based on
the best toxts securable at that time.
He was tho Hrst lecturer at Harvard,
taking the Chair of Criticism, made
possible by Samuel Dexter, nlso a
Unitarian; then followed Everett,
Palfrey, nnd others. Seven Presidents
of Hnivnrd and many mofessors havo
lieen Uiiltmlans, as Is well known.
In 1S19 Prof. Norton's "Statements
of Reasons" appeared; then "Histori
cal Evidences of the Genuineness of
the Oospcls" nnd other works which
gavo an impetus to Investigation of
the Scriptures. The translations
from the Hebrew by (J. 11. Noyes. a
scholar and country preacher, culmi
nated In conclusions on the Messian
ic prophecies which so exasperated a
class of people that Mr. Noyes was
thicatened with nn Indictment for
blasphemy by tho Attorney General
of Mnssachiiscjts, This was In 1S.1I.
Referring to this. Dr. Allen says:
"These decisive first steps were tak
en by deliberate, conscientious, con
tervatlve scholars; tho best and so
beicst scholars wo had to show."
Kzra Abbot, professor of New Tes
tament Criticism nt Harvard, soon
followed with a book on the "Auth
orship of the Fourth Gospel." Work
followed woik, srhol.irly, dispassion
ate. In 1S78 Dr. Kllot, president of
Harvard, asked fiom the Ur.llnilniu
11.10,000" as nn endowment for tho
school, which li'e'lnslsted should be
wholly unsectarl.ln, though estab
lished and maintained by Unitarians.
This was gladly granted by them.
After leaxlng 'tho Friends. Kzra
Cornell attended Dr. Stebbln's church
if nil through his Influence waa per
suaded to found Cornell University.
It wus bared on tho Harvard Ideal
but maile iinsectarlan rrom the first.
Then followed Washington Univer
sity under the um'plccs of Unltail.ins;
the establishment of Washington In
stitute at St. I.ouls thiough the of-
foils of another Ullot. This school
finally Included Smith Academy, Mary
Institute, nnd a manual training
In 1S37 Hoiaco Mann, himself n
devoted Unitarian, advanced the the-
)ry that chlldicn should bo educated
by the State. Ills work for common
schools has given us our present sys
tem. "It Is now universally conceded
that to him wo nro indebted for tho
diffusion of tho common-school idea
thioughout tho country."
When Charles II rooks, minister of
the Second Church nt Hlngham, ad
vocated the Idea of training teachers
in a school, Kdmund Dwlght gavo hlih
110,000 for thft establishment of a
school, and Mr. Vlcrco was tho flr'st
THE POPULARITY OF
IS UNSURPASSED BY ANY
n For Elegance1 in Design: Du
rability, and Cheapness of
.Price it acknowledges no su
perior. In our large stock will be
found many New Pieces of
this Famous Ware at New
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Had it not been for Cyrus 1'lerco"
says a writer In tho Anierlcmi Jour
nal of Kdiicntliin, "I consider tho
cause of -Normal schools would havo
failed." Mr. Pierre had been thn ml ti
Ister of North Reading Church for
leu yea is. I
Mrs. Mann, being u sister of MHz.
Poabody, and u fileuil of dimming,
Miss Peuboily bccaliio interested In
the education of small chlldicn, and
Introduced the Kindergarten Bysteni
Into the United Slates, Her books on
the subject arc still classics.
In 1ST.1 four members of .tho
School Committee of Huston wero
piomlnent Unitarian women, and tho
next year wcro added the Penbodys,
Kate Gannett Wells, I.ucrctln Hale,
and others of tho same faith. They .
wcro not appointed becausq of their j
faith, but because of their abilities
und peculiar Interest In education.
One of them was made supervisor nt
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.lie jmiiiiii finiwum. ...iiiu .,.,... ,, .11-.
ter einteii tno "Transcript, sno was
editor and manager.
With this Impulse, Miss Tlcknor
started the "At.llome" courses which
have ended In Correspondence Col
leges nnd the University Extension
As Is well known, llenjnmln Frank
lin originated tho Idea of circulating
and other public libraries, but tho
Anna Tlcknor Library Association
furthered the Idea and inado It prac
ticable. Mrs. Mary Hemcnway, a devoted
and wealthy woman, gave her money
nnd her service to the cause of edu
cation. She Introduced Swedish gymnas
tics Into the country, and did more
In various ways than many peisons
know. "It Is impossible to enumer
ate her noble undertakings In de
tail," says Kdvvln Mend.
Two notable Institutions, Lowell
Institute und the I-uwrcnco Scientific
School, were founded nnd iiialntnlncd
by Unltnrlahs, nnd taught by Unita
rian teachers, but In .an unscctarlan
In 1851 Peter Cooper founded his
Institute, and In i espouse to an Ev
angelical delegation who caiuo to
thnpk him In 1STU, he bald: "I look
to bee tho day when thu teachers of
Christianity will ilse nbovo all tho
cramping power nnd lnlhicuco of
coullictlng cieeds and systems of hu
man device, when they will beseech
mankind by all the mercies of Cod to
bo icconcllcd to tho government of
In 1S2C the first entirely flee pub
lic library was stinted by Levi W.
Leonard, minister of the Unitarian
Church at Dublin, N. 11., nnd eight
years later Ablcl Abbott, minister nt
Peterboro, persuaded the municipal
ity to fomid and maintain n freo li
brary. Three of U.iltlmore's best Institu
tions wero established -through tho
minister of the
there .Inrcd Sparks. These wero
Poabody Institute, Pratt Library, and
Johns Hopkins University.
Of education In the South. .1. L. M.
Curry, nn Evangelical, bays:
the most helpful ugenclcs
work of freo and universal education
In tho South for tho last twenty
years has been tho ministry of A. D.
Mayo," a Unitarian minister.
K. S. (iOODIIUK.
llolualoa, Hawaii, Sept., 190ST
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Joe Cannon In cpy to a. question
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a .out li w wi-iillh uuat an lrroprM.lnll(l w (,mtll)lllo ,,,, llIln,irci, ,Io.
mum joiL'i- l'huio .iou is; luo lax
lists merely Bhow how easy It Is for
a i ic-li man to llvo on "a pittance.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Tho Hon. John , Kern, Demo
cratic candidate for Iflco President,
bcems to havo contracted the habit
of losing things. In Indiana tho oth
er day he lost his rallroarl pass, and
now- ho Is reported ns having lojt his
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Editor Evening II u 1 1 o 1 1 u :
m,r lMl,rr " O-tober 27th you
report that Ch.uiirs ltioad Is Jump
Ing all over nt" for calling Admiral
Hockley u "sciil.ivviig." Allow mo to
bay that I haw nut only never been
rjul'lty of speaking of or leterriug to
in uio,ii1n Ailml r:il in ho i sresiiectriil n.
minner but on the contr-irv I on-
iiianner. uu , on the co tiary, I in
tertaln tho klndiict.1 feelings for him
und havo spoken of him only In com-
pllmcntary tenib. If Mr. Ilroad will
pioduco cvidenco mtlsfattory to any
fair-minded m-iii that I mil guilty of
what, he charges me with, 1 wilt np
al , L.,)(ll.u,a lliectiK he may-
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bus to the Admiral's campaign fund.
Thanking you for giving this pub
licity. Yours truly,
RICHARD 11. TRENT.-
Theie's Just cno saving thing to
bo said about ll.n New York citizen
I wlio Is not registered this morning.
I Ho has no llccnro tp "talk politics"
from now to tho end of the campaign.
Shame ought t-J keep him silent, uny-
hovv. New Yoilc Herald.
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high quality rof material.
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e.ipo through tho bowels when they aro
regular, rlicmnnttsm ls tho res nit.
Aeld blood f.orms crystals, which ac
cumulate nhout the ligaments, carti
lages and sometime the bones In tho
Such morbid accumulations of blnoil
throw extra work, upon tlio kidneys.
Tho kidneys belnginablo to perform
tho unusual lalmr 'of excrellng tbeso
poisons, often glvo way nnd klduoy
I rou bio Is the result.
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Mrs. W. W. Iiinastcr, 3lt7 .McAteo
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years with bladiler and kldnoy trouble,
iinil that I'lght Isitlb'S of Peruna and
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UBNS0N, BMIT & C0.,
JOEN REFUTES IT
Editor Hv oiling II u 1 1 ct I n :
Tho morning Advcithtcr staled that at
u I.aliorula mooting tho olhor ovcnlng
at .Mollill! It w-as rciiorted that tho
president of tho Democratic club
mounted tho stump and inado a siicech
favoring l.nborula chieftain for Mayor.
Thin political He can't go unchallenged.
I happen to bo the president of Molllill
club und no man that walks this earth
dine face mo nnd Miy that ho oyer
hcanl mo make i.uch a tnlk. Most of
ll I'1"!'10 r ,hlH ,,m" k,mw llC10,1
H ,,()utlcnlly. nnd where I havo al-
jr vvore a Illii-Ilop. turncoat poll-
' tiii.in like laukea, and many moio of
bin Ilk nml slump, such a thing might
happen und no one bu surprised. Hut
my political rnllh Is well known ami
I'm no -speak cany whispering Johnny
II. A. JUEN.
Honolulu, Oct. 2S, 'OS.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 260.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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