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DAttY wd WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
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M'allnca R- Pnrrlnston. - - Editor
LAVaIIuc R. Parrlngton,
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CIRCULATION LARQEST OF ANY
in the Territory
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A strnlght Republican vote will vote to offset the nmrth District Rc
nronerlv nole tlio problems of tho publican vote for Trent. Cathcait
Territory of Hawaii mill tliu City ol
Tlio Oif.il ilays of tlio campaign
have brought out demonstration fa- ,na no otner f00wlng.
omlilo to the Republican party auil'ujir Democrats nor Iter
Us candidates that must ho lntcrpro-
led us posltlvo evidences of victory ,
for the whole ticket. wlici la sitliilHteuiy one m me siroiig-
Tho public meetings held by tho est lumlldales on tln Deniociatlc
Republicans have been well ntteiide I ticket.
anil the enthusiasm genuine. If tlio' Viewed from every standpoint, tho
natural vote of this City mid County joutconio or the election will bn debr
is cast with reasonable regularltj I mined by the strength of Republican
If It holds to straight-ticket voting j allegiance, and the measure of lion-
... lit I . ......... I.a TlnnitMlflnna rltf.t
-every Republican canuiuaio wmirai uii"m mu muunuiu. ..
The danger points nro the Dele
gate, the Muyoi, and the candidates
for the Senate.
TIcket-scrntchciK, like death til
was seek for shining marks.
it. In ii moBt extraordinary state of
nffulrs that tho Delegate to Congress I
should be most bitterly attacked, and
assailed with an apparently tempor
ary success after having completed n
scAslon of Congress crowned with re
sult that would be regarded bv a
full-fledged voting member of Col.
greM ns remarkable. Delegato Ku
hlo, after a record of accomplishment
that should Justify his reelection
without opposition, finds that many
people can forget ciulckly and bo eas
ily misled. Many peoplo In the city
today bcllcvo Unit the Delegate to
Cnncress will not bo reelected. Wo
do not share this fear. Tlio sltua
Hon Is such, however, that no ono
who realizes how intimately tho pro
perlty of thmo Islands Is linked with
the cauce of tho high protective tar
iff, will waste his ballot on pornonul
nplto against Kuhlo or personal
friendship for cither of tho cundl
dates of tho opposition.
iln the Majornlty contest J.nno or
Fern will bo tho victor. Tho sue-
cess or defeat of Lano Is dependent 01 (o a position of trust In this coni
tolely on tho number of votes liU old niunlty Is founded upon the hopo
enemy Aclil is auio 10 iahe away
from him. Fear of Achi's election
Is not well founded. The labor can
didate, is n wily politician, but tho
record Bhows that ho has never made
a successful fight outside tho Repub
lican party. His work as an Inde
pendent has always been a failure.
Ho will not be elected Mayor. The
only danger from Achl Is tho vote ho
may divert from Lane. For some
years past Achi's main purpose In
life has been to defeat Lane, and ho
has not succeeded, if split-ticket
voting prevails, Achl may crcato
enough of a mix-up to elect Fero,
Split-ticket , voting will unques
tionably result lu the dofeat of ono
Republican candidate for the Sennto
and possibly two. Straight Republl
can voting will elect the three. Oca
of tho most dangorous propositions
on foot for election day Is that of
tho coterlo of Republicans who in
tend to vote for Watson. This nviy
elect Harvey and llroad, but not Wat
bon. Tho only doubt rogardlng tho Rep
resentative ticket In the Fourth Dis
trict Is the size of the plurality by
which tho Republican candidates will
bo elected. In the Fifth District,
no approximate forecast can bo mauo
If split-ticket voting provnlln.
Straight voting will carry the day
for tho Republicans.
Tho city Supervisor ticket may bo
put in the same clats with the Sen
atorial slato. Republican voters can
carry tho Hoard of Supervisor.! if
they will. If Broad la elected to tho
Senate, Vlda will unquestionably
gain a seat in tho Board' of Supor
Isors. Vlda's method of campaign
ing Is the houso-to-house canvass. It
was by this means that he broke Into
tho Legislature ns a. Republican from
tho Fifth. Ho Is ns likely to break
into tho Supervisor Hoard ns a Homo
Ruler. It tho "bcst-man",schcmo nf
voting prevails in thn Fourth Dls
trlct, Vida will ho elected, and it Is
Impossible to predict what the pop
eonnel or tho political complexion of
tho Board will bn.
Kalauoknlaul and Illcknell will bo
re-elected, von; Holt will win tho
Treasurorshlp wJtU tho Hawaiian
Pet Sin Moulin B .Bo
Per Veal, aiywlirlc 1,1 US t.oo
I'ci Year, ftutt litre In CatiaJa... I.Au
Per Year itosttultl, foreign 3.ck
Eattred at Hie PcwtoflT.ee flt Honolulu
n ntcoml clats milter.
NOVEMBER 2. 1908
promise to lead tlio County ticket.
Ills clilef help lias been tho oumi
sort of opposition that elected Hob
ert Wilcox Dclegatcto Congress. TJio
mictcss of John Wine for. Sheriff de
pends on tho'slzo of tho Ministerial
I Union vote for Inukea. Tho latter
any uso for him. but ho will draw
from Wise rather than from Jairctt.
llielr organization woriters.
The straight ticket voted by the
natural Republican majority will
make a clean Republican sweep easy.
if "best-man" voting Is to bo tho
order of the day, If split tickets nro
to beromo n leading feature, If prcj-
udlec Is 'to overwhelm partUanshlp
'und principle, the election 01 one aim
only one completo Republican ticket
Is warned: tho Representatives of
the rourth District.
All has been said. It is now up
to tho people.
BUILDING H0IS ON TREACHERY.
"Republican workers pretend to bo
collcltlng votes for tho straight tick
et, but ns a matter of fact thoy nro
getting votes for me."
This In effect Is the claim of one
of the Independent candidates for
election to nlllce In the City and
County of Honolulu, about whoso
cause an effort Is being made to un
born bio u shadow of "good govern
Tho claim for the candidate; ro
veals the campaign of dishonesty
His success, according to this toast
made for him. Is based solely unon
treachery. His hopo of being elcvat
At KAIMUKI. House lot contain
ing 20,000 tq. feet, cleared ready for
building. Three minutes from car
line. Fine Marine view. Price
MAN0A VALLEY. Thre.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
property at the bargain price of
New modern cottage MAKIKI DIS
TRICT for $1800.00.
Corner Fort and Merohant Street.
to friends on airiving or departing
steamers. Rates are low.
ir.V'Vf 0m JH
"As I said in my speech nt Aala
Park, country comes first, party kec-
ond, ns a matter of course.
This DOKS NOT MEAN that
PARTY should be IGNORED or that
tho VOTER should select from tho
DIFFERENT PARTIES the REST
MEN VIEWED AS INDIVIDUALS.
'PARTIES ARE NECESSARY nnd
DES1RAUI.E 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 can ac
complish desired results even though
they arc not men who might be pre
ferred as Individuals.
"Of course, there may be men on
the party ticket who should nut bo
voted for either for the good of tho
country or party, but Just where the
lino should be drawn Is a matter for
that he is to profit by the felsehood
told ut Republican headquarters and
by corruption of the people.
Who believes that an honest ad
ministration of a public office can
conic from such a source? What may
be expected from a man who gains
high position In such a manner, nud
Is proud of It? His whole lntlueuca
tluoughout the campaign Is to con
vince the voters that personal Integ
rity, common honesty, doesn't count
His supporters report with plenu
uro that men, canvassers in tho em
ploy of the Republican party, are un
faithful to their trust. Thev view
deliberate untruth with deep satis
faction. Honest men will not support such
a candidate or Buclin cause.
Such a campaign Is nn Insult to
the majority of the electorate of this
City and County. It will not suc
ceed. NEWELL AND HAWAII
In closing. I wlsli to express
my appreciation of all that I
hnvo seen In the Islands and my
belief that here we have condl-
tlons, while differing from
those on the malnlnnd. which
nro exceedingly favorable for
tho support of a great many
families on the unutilized land,
especially on that broad belt of
land nbovo the cane and below
tho forests, where tho climate (a
moderate, whore the hollls fair-
ly good and where with water
conserved In tho mountain!) by
tunnels. It will he possible to
make hundreds or even thou-
sands of small fnrma suitable
for dlvorslfled farming. I np-
predate the fact that transpor-
tatlon and many othor problems
aio yet to bo solved, but know-
Ing tho results which have been
attained In apparently lmpos-
4- Bible places throughout tho arid
icglon of tho mainland, I firm-
ly believe that you have here
ono of the most attractive op-
portunltles for tho upbuilding
of communities supported by
diversified Industries of any
part of the United Stntes.F.
II. Newell In his Opora House
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 30, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m.to 4 p. m.
Charles Copp Jr and wf to First Am
Sav and Trust Co of H Ltd M
Charles Copp Jr nnd'wf to first Am
Sav anil Trust Co ol tl Ltd
' Assmnt rents
James R Lovo et al, sucr by Regr. .
Theonhllus C Davles by iitty et al to
Francis M Swanzy M
William E B W Tuylor ct nl by gdn
to Ng Yow I.
Kahului Railroad Co to Antono Fer
nandez Jr D
Western and Hiiwn Invst Co Ltd to
Oeorgo W. Pnhu D
Entered for Record Oct. 31, 1903,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
M Tiimiku to F Sektdo CM
MONDAY, NOV. 2
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
All sizes will bn sold at from 33 1-3
to 60 per cent, reduction,
There Is no need of
worrying when nway
from home and the flri
whlstlo blows. It you
hnvo Insured your pro
perty In one of our fire
Ve ore ogenta for
Companies that paid
their San Francisco
losses In full.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
916 FORT STREET.
WHAT ADACHI SAYS
Wulluku, Maul, October 30th, 1008.
Editor Evening Bulletin:
My attention has been called to a
statement published In the Adverti
ser, which statement purports -to
charge Mr. Cathcart with a trans
action In which my name and that
of Oto Kumano are brought In.
The publication as reported to mo
Insinuating a conspiracy between my'
self and Mr. Cathcart is false. Al'
low mo on behalf of fair piny to mako
public tho true facte of that Oto Ku
Some time ago, an old friend of
mine, Oto Kumano, was arrested and
rhnrged with larceny of a bicycle;
Mr. Kumano came to me and stated
to me that tho facts wero Hint while
he, Kumano. was under the Influence
of liquor und In n playful manner
took a bicycle and Btarted off to ride
the same, and white so doing ,vns
arrested nnd.chnrged with larcony, I
thereupon advised Mr. Kumano to
call on the Sheriff or tho County At
torney and make a full statement of
the facts. I had no doubt that cith
er of them -learning that thoro was
no Intention on the part of Kumano
to steal tho bicycle, that tho clinrgo
against him would be dropped.
I did not accompany Mr. Kumano
to either the. Sheriff or tho County
Attorney, und I do not know to
which of them did he go.
The next thing that I learned In
regard to Hie matter was that Mr.
Kitmnno, some tlnio afterwords, call
ed nt my houso and thanked mo for
my advise to him, telling mo that
the charge against him had becii
dropped, und when leaving, left an
envelope wiU S10.00 as a present to
mo for my advise to him.
To these facts I can verify under
oath If necessary.
Delegato Kalanlanaole, W. O. Smith.
Atkinson and Judge Archlo Mnhaulu
mado u flying trip to Molokul, leaving
hero Saturday at midnight and arriv
ing back In Honolulu at 7 o'clock last
evening. Tho trip was mado on tho
Noeau. The party was mot by sov
eral hundred of tho residents of tho
Settlement, and great enthusiasm 1h
Eald to Iiavo been aroused. John Hau
lanl acted an chnirman of the meet
lng, and W. O. Smith was tho first
He spoke of the work tlio uoiegato
was doing to luivo u scientific investi
gation of the (licenses of leprosy car
rlod out by tho authorities nt Wash'
lnflton. Kuhlo reviewed the work ho
bad done nt Washington, polutlng to
the vast amount of Federal money
that he had secured to be spent on Ha
waii. I)y request Kuhlo told how ho
licked a man over In Hllo, and It
scorned to have mado a hit there
lAUKEA IN DANGER
"Now politics," said Private John
Allen, remlnisceutly, "Is a mighty un
certain and precarious business. You
never cim tell whero you are going to
'There was a fellow onco, down In
my State of Mississippi, who had am
bitions. Ho wanted to-go to Congress,
but ho couldn't get tho Democratic
nomination. So ho decided to turn Re
publican and run on tho Republican
ticket. Ho ran."
The Private Btopped and puffed at
his cigar. "Well," said everybody,
"Why, he got two votes mid, was
arrested for ropoatlng." Saturday
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