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RVRNINQ HULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, OCT. 30, 1008
DAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LID
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Bally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
Wnllnco R. Harrington, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
HPxfl ! Editorial Rooms,
Hot In line for the rally Monday
Cut lu .ii t Is elected lint whntof the
MMlcl'i IteimMlian tli-kct?
No response lias been made to tlia
OmHi-nue to lump Into comt.
M- - , J I .11 1
lJvi-ii pi after will nte with Hi I
KeimMlraii ti alien-,
Don't oto with
A few llhel nulla more or les iln
iM.i uimim'i int murmipi, l ea .
o? Uuugs npnln
H'k a pri-at time they will lip iniv-
Iiir In tln Republican enmp mi Tues
day ulglit the next.
Accnrilliie to those bout nlilo tii
Judge, n oto Cor Cnrlos Limp Is a voto
for lioo Wan Hoy anil Iliiiniilire.
Kvcry time Curl Smith has hutted
In In- has recalled the Darwinian thc
nrj that man Is descended fiom thu
If ynu would become nciiinlr.tcd
Willi the lU'imbllcan candldatca fur
nlllie un thin Islands, read 4lic Satur
Tall an I'lt-.sidciit, Kuliln for Oi'lo
Kate, and I..uic for .Major of Hono
lulu. That Ik i muo combination of
JiiKlcrti to dinw to on election day.
The next Const ess will be Kcniili
lldiii, and Kuliln must be thcic from
Hawaii whether fnclc Jou lomiuorH
the Methodists of his district or not.
Another luvltntlon has been lhsm.il
for the defamation bureau to cunio
Into court, and still Us ic-prcsenta-thes
dela. Is It fear ot contcnii.t?
Desha and Ilolsteln send jrreul
new fiom Hawaii Countv. Do your j
part to make the City and County of
Honolulu icturu more of the banio
Kvi-rj man nml woman who has
lost mono In Klhel will view tho
lecoid of Cat heart as spotless whin
compared with (hat of bis chief an
tagonists. - I I 1 ' JXJ
Uepubllcnn enemies hating hoist
cieil Ihcii attacks on falsehood, woi'Id
liatmulh not hesitate to utter a few
more each day lu order to cheer their
own hearts. I
Now that suffragettes hao been
tent to jail the martyr Jlist of woni
iiii'h suffrage hns been stnrteii nml
tho "cause" Is consequently on thu
road to victory.
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Some men na that enthusiasm mid
crowds i don't forecast elei-tlnn-ilar' re
mits. Somo men don't Know, nnd
theiuforo foolishly predict poor pios
liecla lu Republican circles.
J. T. Cooke's exposure of their
ilau to knife tho ticket thioughoit
Is tho bnddest blow tho enemies of
tho Itcpubllcan party have received.
It shows their truo character.
It Is not prolmblo that tlfc Hopub
llcnn iiinueis nro reporting exclu
sively to tfio enemies of tho pirty.
The word of tho latter may bo ills
cotinlcd at about ono hundred per
AlcCaudless hasn't explained lo
'which wing of his following ho will
present the foity-slx feitllo acreJ ot
NceKnr b.l.unl which ho Includes lu
tho detail of his public hind to bo
The outcome of tho Presidential
fight Is to certain that already llry
nn's opponents can safely extend
ftiofl CIHII'I n t II til t ffltiU llll lllli nnnlllitll
Jlp.litVe has li.ade. and Ngret that i,0''reineiit of tho United Btatcg.
bhould again buffer his regular disap
Kvon bceret bocletles make public
their membership roll. Only tho Civ
ic I'Vdtiriitlnii llliiU It iieceMarr to
work lu Jho daik nml keen tho un.u- MK Mareohl Is with us again. If
hprshlji uridnr lorl; and kuy. Wlilqh uu hoar atiariEC nml walrd conver
showK that Iho CUIc Federallon com- satlous In the hairet jou'mnj' know
.inltteo Is guided by Tolly aud oe:- that It Is nioicly n wireless nianlfcs
svholmca with rear. ' lUuu. Ym mouth Iteglstcr.
TtrSli Month. 4 ,n
Prr Vtr nwlitic In U.S I.oo
Pel War. anjrnlitri hi CatuJi... I. Bo
Pet War wMld, luttlcn. 3.tx
Eiitrttil t tlte rcn-lorV.ee at Honolulu
i hk-oiMcUm matter
OCTOBER 31, 1008
WHAT OF YOUR VOTE?
And what aie ion hele for, gentle
Is the main purpose of llfo In tho
Territory of Hawaii And the City and
County of Honolulu to blackguard
thoe whom you don't IIKo mid give
publli exhibitions ot how mean ;ou
inn be In doing It?
Is the alpha niul omega of political
ntiln In this city an attach on u
candidate against whom one man or
two men lime n particular spile? Is
tho Ideal of community life In Hono
lulu, the nasty, nagging breaking
Uown of character?
Is a dog light the chief end of man
In this town, while Important details
of public business and the nttltuclc of
the peoplo toward vital public ques
tions are passed up for n more con
Is Hie City nml County of Ilonol'ilu
to have the unenviable record of go
ing astray on the election of a Dele
gate to Congress who will olco the
bcntluicnt of the people on tho uni
te tlve tarllf. so vital to the pros
perity of these Islands?
Is It the plan to elect mi opposi
tion Legislature to retard tho busi
ness of tho Territory and nag tho
oecmlo administration with an ar
ray of foolish legislation mid Idlo
llo the people Intend to elect a
"iiiImmI" boanl of City and County
Supcrlor3 to hnndlo tho local af
fairs or, moie properly, to ninul-hau-dlo
and mismanage the Intimate bus
iness of this city?
Is It the purpose ot the people, tho
Intelligent oteis, to do all this or
any part of It and to gnlu what
That the Republican candidate for
City and County Attorney may bo do-
,.,,,, tmi, ,, ;,,,. (fcc)ilrei, u
leaietr: to satisfy tlio sinto or a
Intention to l.nlfo the Uepubllcnn
ticket? To defeat tho ablest candi
date In the field for this office? To
rcniovo from odlco the piosccutlug of
ficer who has received tho nlunlary
recommendation of the three Circuit
Judges before whom he has conducted
tho cases of the people?
Is that what the Miters of this Isl
and Intend to do on election dnj ' Is
this what the people consider their
fli't duty to their country, lliflr
homes, and their paity?
Is that what the .Men of this Cl.y
mid County arc living for and Intend
In voto for?
It may be so, but wc doubt It.
There Is no such Indication in tho
boll of tho voteis thus fnr mado.
Thero will bo no such return on elec
Let YOl'R 11ALLOT bo n htrnlght
Hepubllcan voto for c(vlc 'decency,
business administration, nnd n higher
((immunity reputation than the cno
niles of tho Hepubllcan party nro
TAFT, THE MAN.
Ouo of tho most correct Presiden
tial i.ui asses made during tho ea.iy
pait of the month wns that conducted
by tho Success magazine. This Jour
nnl covers thoroughly every Stnlo of
the Union, mid tho subscribers tnvo
been utilized ns Independent canvas
ting oHIccrs to obtain exact facts.
Tho .result is that tho magazlno
f.lvej Mr. Taft 208 electoral votes,
nnd lirjan lfil. This nllows 21 votes
In tho Electoral Collego doubtful, as
follows; Maryland S, Nebraska S,
Montana :, Colorado fi.
The most Important feature Is that
Bhould llryan sccuro tho douhUu'l
States ho would still fnll short of tin)
number necessary to elect him. Taft
ran loto Xew York and still win tho.1
William II. Taft will be tho next
llifng on Crcelmnn and nil tho oth
evTiotables, lint kind,!)' request iilni
to not ronnuico nn tho evil things hi)
may hour, or magnify Incidents to
give his 'leaders a thrill.
"As I said In my speech nt Anl.i
Park, country comes first, party ecc
oii il, ns a mntter of course.
"This DOKS TvOT MHAN that
PARTY should be lONOUHD or that
the VOTKR should select from the
DIIVKKHNT PAHTIKS the 1IKST
MI3N VIKWI30 AS INDIVIDUALS.
"PAItTinS AUK NKCDSSAUY and
DKSIUAllI.i: IN UKPUnSKNTATtVK
"Team work Is essential to accom
plish practical results. Accordingly
In politics as well ns liutlucsn It 13
often necessary to select nnd voto for
men who by working together ran ac
complish desired results oven though
thoy are not men whb might be pre
ferred as Individuals.
"Of course, theio may bo mejn on
the party ticket who Bhould not be
Voted for either for the good ot the
country or party, but just whore the
line should be drawn is a matter for
(By GEORGE FAIRCHILD)
1'rom tho (Jowrnmciit records wo
find that theio r.rc l,(!7C,705 ncics
of (Internment land, and fiom other
Government sources that there tiro
13,205 voters within Iho TenUory.
Were theso laud free fiom leases to
morrow, the Democratic candidate for
Delegate nilg'it give us each ilout
130 acres of 'and, mid the land
question woul 1 Lc a thing ot tho
Then those ot us who weio fortu-
nate enough to get good land with
water might go to work, while thoso
who got tho aide hills, mountains,
pnhoehoc, etc., might lay for Link
with n club, or hit on tho beach wait
ing for sucl.cn to come and buy our
Naturally when this state of nf-
falrf confronted us wo would nil
"holler" for n t.'iuare deal and send
eoiuo ono beforj tho division was
made lo find out how much good land
there was, so tli.it each ot us might
first have his hheio of tho best land
and water, leaving the other lands
to go In tho ditraid, mid It 'b my
purpose to tell Ihoso hero this even
ing (with tho help ot such maps and
books as I huMo), just how many
acres there nro which wc know tire
good agricultural land.
Thero nrn 21o,.1!)C acres of land In
tho Territory cltvotcd exclusively to
tho raising of cine. Of tills 213,393
acres, 30.40C acres belong to tho Gov
eminent mid nro leased to corpora
tions or Indlvi hulls. Of courso this
must be (so far as wo-now know)
tho cream ot tho land, at least It Is
tho land whlrh tho Democratic Dele
gate's follower bcllcvo they will re-
At KAIMUKI. House lot contain
ing 20,000 sq. feet, cleared ready for
building:. Three minutes from car
line. Fine Marine view. Price
MAN0A VALLEY. Three-quarter
acre house lot on West Manoa Road.
Unsurpassed view of mountain aud
sea. The best and cheapest house lot
offered in Manoa Valley. Price
House and lot corner Piikni nnd
Lunalilo Streets. A fine piece .of
nfonertv at the bartraln nrice nt
New modern cottacc MAKIKI DIS-
TRICT for $1800.00.
Corner Fort and Merohant Street!.
to 'friends on auivinr; or departing
steamers. Rates are low.
There Is no need of
worrying when nwny
from home and tho fire
whistle blows, If you
liuve Insured your pro
perty In one of our fire
We are agents for
Conipnnlci that paid
their San l'rnuclsco
losses In full.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
91G FORT STREET.
jcelvc should ho be successful nt tho
Let us sco how much land thev
will get provided he Is elected and Is
able lo condemn, as he threatens, till
existing cano land leases.
As It requlria n majority voto of
rthc Territory to elect him, and that
means ORIS votos he would only bo
able to give the fnlthful but a llttlo
over five acres each, mid wcro he com
polled to give .ill iho voters n squaio
'deal after tho election wc would each
receive scarcely moro than two nnd
one-half ncrcs or tho land mid water.
Supposing tho ntcrs on each Island
should dlvldo Hie enno land upon
Hint Island amongst themselves, wo
liquid Hi en liavi the following scheme
Hawaii with 22,fiC3 ncies and 3,
157 voters, each would recelvo about
Maul with i:,0S acres and 2581 vo
ters, each would recelvo about 1 3-1
Oahu with 33 1C acres and CI IS vo
ters, each woul 1 lecehc ubout 1-2
Kaual with !K)20 ncics and Hurt
voters, each would receive about 0
From tho foregoing we note that
Kaual would still lie entitled to lla
old nickname, the home of Ilaronlnl
Lords, ns IU rltlzens would receive
the largest amount ot land. Hard
to beat Knual, ss the reputation your
nblo representative" lu tho past hnvo
earned for Ihls light little- Island.
Upon tlie Island of Knual theio
arc 181,000 acre of Government land
leased to private parties or corpora
tions, nnd out of this nrca 0020 acres
are In cano and probably not over
1000 In rice 5r ether products. Tos
slbly there nro nnotlicr 10,000 acres
of agricultural land which might bc
como nvallabl'i fcv the conservation
and development ot wnter. Hut tq
put homcstc'idors upon the gi eater
portion of the.ic lands without llnan
clnl help, will result In nnotlicr Mo
loan Hul propoajtlon, where 200 mid
noro natives own In community 2000
acres of hind nnd find It u hnrdshlp
to pay the yearly taxes. Ot tho va
rious lands unlet leaso on tho Isl
nnd but two hnvo expired or will ex
pire within ten yctors, namely; Kn
paa and Knlahco Mr. McCandless
says nothing las been dono to put
homesteaders upon theso lands. Tho
settlement nt Kalahoo nnd tho at
tempted Mololcan settlement nt Kn
pan refuto this Btntcment. and I
will now show i, pon theno maps t ho
lands lu Knpaa which hnvo been bur
vcyed nml will be shortly opened for
Undoubtedly thero are many spots
within tho largo leatcii which might
bo utilized for h.inics, and had thoso'
leases been male as those In tho. fu
tmo will he, thanks to tho new; law
Introduced lu Congress hist session
by our ltepublhaii Dalegate, . much
moie might bo iono on tho Island In
tho illffeicnt dlsltlcts than Is possi
ble at the preij.it time.
A Itepubll'-an Governor has suc
ceeded in getting Mr. Gmllold to In
terest himself in Hawaiian land mai
lers with tho icsult that Mr. .Newoll
of the Iteclauuiclon "Service arrived'
hero this week to study tho nrld land
problem as the first step in tho bolu
Hon of out- land question.
Through him Influonco wo mny
hopo to socurm appropriations, as
Porto Itlco hits dono, to tho extent of
$3, 000, 000, for tho development of
Iho water udouireH for tho dry lands
upon which u now farming popula
tion may ho ietiled In tho future
If the voter wants to keep contiol
If the situation, ho will not nllow
tho occupant of tho Land Offlco to
he appointed except as now by tho
Governor with the approval of tho
local Legislature. And It Is Just ns
well not to.triUt UjicIo Sam with tho
revenue or our lauds, ns" wo need
them all u thu conduct of our affairs.
Tho loss of (he duties and customs Is
butely felt by the Territory, so much
The Suit for You to Wear
Tj. .iifci f
M 1A jm
M. MdNERNY, Ltd., Fort
so wo should hi loath lo trust our
pocketbook In the Federal vaulttl to
which only Undo Sam tins the com
bination. FOR THE STRAIGHT TICKET.
The enemies of tho Uepuhllcan lar-
ty have announced that the "major''
charges against Cathcurt, through
whom they hnvo sought to bring
ubout the defeat of tho Republican
ticket, have been put before the pub
lic, all that Is to couio uftcr Is ot
minor Import. '
Tho result of tho "major" charges
has been to make -votes by tho hliil
dredd for Cathcart. Tho minor
charges cannot estrange theso voles.
The fuithcr result has been to ut
terly illsgiiFt decent-thinking peoplo
with tho depths of degradation to
which tho mouthpiece of slander nnd
those associated with It have volun
tarily gone lu their campaign of mal
ice. If Cathcart were as black ns ho
wero painted the people would slill
hnve a sense of sluinio that nnv com
munity could have the lecord ot Heal
ing with tho worst criminal that u'vor
lived In the unjust and criminal man
ner characterizing the onslaught on
tho candidate for City nnd Cou'uly
The responsibility ot tho voter to
day Is to use his ballot nnd htn Influence-
to offset the ticket-splitting and
dlbloyalty to Uepuhllcan candidates
which tho trnltor crow have confes
sedly and admittedly put In motion
Tho plan has been to cast ns strong
a "rcvengo" vote as possible. This Is
tho only hope tho Democrats have of
Let your voto be straight Ilepubli
can, that tho final vcidlct may bo .1
demonstration of tho Intelligence nml
honest purpose of the majority of the
electorate In this City and County.
Friday, Oct. 30.
TenipcrntuiCR fi ii. in., 70; 8 u. m.,
77; 10 n, in.. 79; noon. So; morning
Ilarometer, S a. in., 30.02; absolute
humidity, 8 a. iu 5.077 grains per
cubic foot; relatlo humidity, K' a. m
CO per cent; dew point, 8 u. in, 02.
Wind (i n. in., velocity C, dliecllon
N. U.j S n. m., voloclty 4, direction U.;
10 n. m velocity 8, dliecllon N, H.;
noon, velocity S, direction .13.
Ualnfall dining 21 hours 'ended 8 a.
m ,00 Inch.
Total wind movement dm lug 21
hours ended nt noon, 138 miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Wonther Bureau.
Kalluo and .loiemlah Kahololua
weio haled lino court this iuoruug on
,i chargo of assault and battery on one
John Freltus.. .lohu had his oyo In n
sling, ami explained that ns ho had
been set on by a gang ho could not
telr"tfho struck him. As his wltneshes
had not bhovvn up tho caso wns'c'on
tinned. Tho fact that Frank J.Tlould'B
wifo Is putting up n stiff light nijnlnst
him Is to somo extent explained by
tho other fact that her maiden iinino
was Kelly. Lcnanon News. -
MONDAY. NOV. 2
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
All sizes will be sold at from 3d 1-3
to 50 per cent, reduction.
Right Hero in our' store we have
the very Suit for yofi. It is made by
STEIN-BLOCK Tailors, the
world's master) of tho technique of
It takes Brains to think out nnd
develop the cr.iart styles in our
clothes, and skill to put them there.
Come in and tiv on a suit; sec for
yourself the style, fit, tailoring, nnd
high quality of material.
VOTE THE SIMliT
DELEGATE TO CONGRES3
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
E. W. QUINN
A. 11. KALEI0PU
S. ?. C0RRrA
D. K. KAMA
S. P. MAIEIUA
A, L CASTRO
R. V. SHINGLE
J. C. COHEN
E. A. D0UTIUTT
E. A. C. LONG
JOHN 0. LANE
HilRRY VON HOLT
D. KALAUOKALANI JR.
R. W. AYLETT
ANDREW E. COX
WM. A. KA-NE
J. C. QUINN
DEFUTY SHERIFF OF HONOLULU
Will Keep Time
if proper attention is given'
them. No watch will give
satisfaction if neglected.
Let us tale enre of your
watch. We are EXPERTS in'
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