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CIRCULATION LABQEST OF ANY NEWPAPEE PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
r- J Editorial Rooms,
dumpers does not soem to li.io
licuii In a position to dolhcr tlio
There Is nlre.uly talk of fusion be
tween tlie Home Ilulers nml Demo-
rata for 190S. What In most llkol?
to prevent It Is tlio flglit for the Del
Kitoilili between Not ley amt Mc
Cumllcss. . Some of the idle l.ilior on the main
l.iml should lie Rettlue to work iirhIh,
thouRli theio Is ccitaln to be more or
Hss uncertalnt iimonR inanufactur
'is until the new tariff hill In signed
ly I'uskleiit Taft.
It Is rumoreil that the confirmation
of I-mul Commissioner Pratt b latest
iippoliitniciit, b the Teriltorlal Sen
ate, Is in danger. At least one, If not
two, Republican Senators, It In claim
ed, from the other Island will Join
vtilh the Democrats In turning tlio
ELECTION ON HAWAII.
The result of the election on the
Island of Hawaii tihows u decided lm
)ruemcnt for the Republican party
mer Its results In 19UC. Then, with
all thu money that was needed, tlio
Itepublltaus elected the Delegate, two
Representatives, one Supervisor, and
the County Clerk. This year they
win with the Delegate, one, Senator,
three or more Representatives, at
least four Supervisors, the County
Cleilt, and the County Sheriff, at least
eleven landldutes this year as com-
pnied with live In 190G.
Hut thcro Is a big cloud to tlio
fllher lining, Delegate Kulilo receiv
ing 742 votes less than two jeais
ago, while more of the gain of other
candidates has gone to the Homo Rul
er rather than t the Democrat. One
of the reasons n&Vigned for this, and
it seems a fair one, is that the Dele
gate does not visit Hawaii to meet
his constituents after his return fiom
Congress. The Hawjllans would np
pieclate such a visit nnd gladly listen
to what the Delegate has ilono and
what he Is trying to do, besides hav
ing an opportunity to make sugges
tions to him 'as to what they would
like done. It could do no harm, the
Hawallans would like It, and It would
not lose any votes.
The Republican Executive Commit
tee and the business Intel estB in Ho
nolulu have been thoroughly In
formed as to the position on Hawaii.
As usual, the white voteis took no
intciest In the prlmniles. Nnno could
bo found, likely to make a good cam
paign, who would accept n nomina
tion. Their sjmp.ithy was almost
cvcluslvely with the head of the
Home Rulo patty inthor than with
tlio Republican leader whom most
of them fought to the end but who
was elected to tho office of Sheriff,
Sir. Samuel I'ua was nnco a member
of the II u 1 1 e 1 1 it staff nnd here, ns
elsewhere In his career, ho gave ev
With the control of tlio police goo1.
on Hawaii, control of tho political
machinery of tho County. After n
decidedly unsatisfactory experience
with a Home Rule Hoard of Supei-
Msors nnd other officers of that party
most of tho whlto voters wcro willing
to re-elect the head of their ticket
leavo tho polltlcnl machinery In tholr
hands for n further period of two
years, nnd give them an opportunity
to still further strengthen tho Homo
Rule party nnd nssuro a greater vie'
tmy for It two jcars hence. Kortif
r.ately this folly was checked by the
joung Hawaiian Republicans nnd by
tho Portuguese voters who mainly
stuck to tho Republican ticket, being
list Influenced thereto by tho ablo
speeches made on Hawaii by Mr. At
kinson, speeches that bristled with
Tlio term "kid politicians" lias
lieen applied to tho County Commit
tee of Hawaii which managed the re
cent campaign thete. Of course It
is meant disparagingly, but tho
"kids" have certainly made good,
winning more offices, switching tho
political machinery to their Bide and
saving Delegate Kuhlo from defeat
on tho big island, It is truo that
Kuhlo'H voto dropped by 712 votes
in two years, but had not tho "kids'
jnnilo such a vigorous fight against
the Homo Rule leader, cutting down
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Office, - 5tt
EiilrrrJ at Itie rottoSce at llooolula
if Kucuiul oi mttlcr.
NOVEMBER 7, 1908
his vote bj 700 nild reducing that of
others on his ticket bv .".00, Not ley
would have had fur mure than
enough strength to gitln the -CI
votes he needed Jo defeat tho Dole
gate. The "kids" were badly handi
capped, beginning their campaign
late with no money and no nssutnnco
of any till nliout the middle of Octo
ber. Not even the manager of tho
tampatgii ever knew what was nt his
disposal or what he could depend
upon. The Homo Rulers had a turgor
campaign fund and a compact organ
isation. The latter was lacking In
the Republican ranks, due to tho
Homo Rule sentiment among the
haoles and to no other leason.
The business Interests of the Coun
ty of Hawaii have had an escape, in
tho contest for Delegate, which It Is
to be hoped they tcullze. "A house
divided against Itself cannot stand."
To the "kid politicians" of the Island
of Hawaii nnd their "kid" manager,
Mr. W. A. Ileers, every man thete
who Is In business, plantation or oth
erwise, should mlse his nut. Ha has
baved them from strengthening nnd
pcipctuntlng Homo Rule government
nnd from tho selection of n Home
Kdltor n v o n I n r II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
In re our teccnt election thero seems
to be considerable speculation ns to
whom Is to blame, nnd why certain
candidates on tho Republican ticket,
on tho one hand, were, and on the
other hand weie not elected to office.
To my mind, It Is n matter easy of
solution. The modus operandi of tho
morning paper was In n great meas
ure to thank, for tho re-election of
Mr. Cnthcart, In the first place; nnd
It Is to be hoped, now tho Advertiser
has received it lesson fiom tho result
of tho polls, which will be n salutary
One acre and a half in choice fruit
trees. New house, modern in every
paiticular. This property will yield
four or five hundred dollars annually
from fruits already planted. Owner
has authorized us to sell at bargain
price to bona fide purchaser.
Three furnished houses in good lo
cntions. Paiticulars at our office.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
to friends on airiving or departing
steamers. Mates are low.
There Is no need of
worrying when away
fiom hoait and the Are
whtitle blows. If you
have Insured your pro
perty In one of our Are
We are agents for
Companies that paid
their San Francisco
losses 1b full.
ono to them, and after two cam
paigns of personal vllllflcatlon of can
didntes on the Republican ticket,
should surely have learnt that vitu
peration is no argument, and that
when the electorate of Hawaii go to
tho polls to elect a professional or a
business man for office, thoy will not
bo badgered Into electing the supposed-to-be
"pillars of righteousness"
who stand for such "good govern
ment" as tho Advertiser dishes out.
The people of this country today need
no Government by Commission; they
have shown clearly they arc well able
to govern themselves; the pet scheme
of the Advertiser has utterly failed.
On tho other hand, worthy candi
dates were left off the ticket through
no one's fault but their own, and thoy
alone have themselves to blame, and
pet haps now see the folly of assailing
honorable and ptivnte interests In
FOR EASTERN TRIP
Governor Trcar Is at present mak
ing outlines of the various mattcts
which he wlsllcs attended to by tho
different Teriltorlal departments
during his absence nt Washington.
Ho Is making out a scparato list for
the head of each department.
The Governor Is also preparing a
number ot things which will be pre
sented to tho consideration of tho
new Legislature. He will Instruct
tho heads of departments to have ev
erything ready in the way of plans,
etc., for the Legislature. Tho Chief
Executive expects to return from
Washington nliout the first ot Janu
Saturday, Nov. 7.
Temperatures 6 u. m., 08; 8 n. m.,
72; 10 a. nt., 76; noon, 78; morning
Daroinctcr, 8 a. in., 30.06; absoluto
humidity, S a. m C.871 grains per
cubic foot; rclatlvo humidity, 8 a. in
C9 per cent: dew point, 8 a, in.. 61.
Wind 6 a. m., velocity 7, direction
N. W.j 8 u. m., velocity 6, direction
N ..; 10 n. m., velocity 10, direction
N.j noon, velocity 0, direction N. K.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 n.
m., .06 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 229 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
Dltcctor Nowell of tho Reclama
Hon Service recolved callers in Sec
retary Mott-Smlth's onico this morn
Ing. Among them wcro Mr. Kotln
sky of the Federal Experimental Sta
tlon, nnd Mr. Hosmer, chtof of tho
local Forestry Service. Both callets
went over tho work connected with
their department with Mr. Newell.
Three Japanese were brought to
the police station from Walalua this
morning. They nro alleged to have
committed an assault with hammers
nnd hatchets on a fellow-countryman
Fancy Laces & Trimmings
Men's Negligee Shirts
MONDAY, NOV. 0th, 8 O'CLOCK.
Andrew Ijirsfn of Sorenwn Laren
merchant tnllora of Salt Lake City wu
o luw with kidney illaraae Hint ha was
In bed and death was looked for almoat
Tho treatment m changed. He be
kmi (o mend. Ills riartner rjtioned the
doctor he wan slightly bettor. The doc
tor replied. "It makes no difference. It
Is as impossible for him to recover as It
Is to empty the ocean."
Tho prnarreM was o slow that the pa
tient would K-t (H'couraged nnd read our
uook ror a Dracer. no says lie mimes ne
read It a hundred times. Hut the day
he nnlshed tti third Uoteu he was back
to business. Wonder what his physician
thinks about emptying the ocean.
Miyslclnns onll kidney trouble Neph
ritis. This mcnnl Inflammation ot the
The old diuretics (kidney medicines)
are kidney excitants. No wonder the kid
ney deaths have doubled.
Fulton's Renal Compound Is the first
successful klilnev emollient thus reiluo.
Ing kidney Inflammation and controlling
niuney troubles tnai nave reslited all
known treatment as In the above Bait
Lake cute. Literature mailed free.
JOHN J. FULTON CO.
Honolulu Droit Co. Fort tit., are our
sole local aicente. Ask for bimonthly
llulletln of Into recoveries. is
Within the past week there lias
been quite a chapter ot nccldonts on
the Island of Hawaii, In three out of
five Instances the victims being chil
At Wulplo, a child fell oft tho
brink of it precipice, down a depth
of five hundred feet nnd was smashed
At Onomea n Portuguese child was
killed by falling down a bank.
At Kntwlkl a child was drowned
In a flume.
At Otan n Japaneso laborer was
killed from an embankment caving
in and rock falling on his head.
At Kohnln an inquest was held
upon the rcmnins of Charles Fox, who
lied suddenly from heart failure.
DR. HAYES SAYS
(OenMnat from Pace 1)
sary this morning who had been re
ceiving constant treatment for tra
choma for two jears past. Dispenser
Nugent stated that a euro was not
Jet effected, but tho llttlo fellow's
condition had greatly improved. The
rough protuberances on tho upper
nnd lower lids of the eye were, how
over, able to be detected. This Is the
btatus of the disease in the public
schooilNhere now.. Dr. Hayes states
that 2G per cent ot the cases he has
examined are new, that is the pupils
were not before aware that they had
contracted the Ulseaso. The other 75
per cent, has 'been receiving treat
ment at the free dispensary. During
the month ot October, 1G29 pupils
have been treated at the free dispen
sary, which shows that a great deal
of work Is being accomplished there.
Dr. Hayes' Good Work
The following figures show tho
number of pupils examined by Dr.
llajes at seven schools during tho
past month and also the number of
Ex. Trn- Conjunc
Schools: amlncd. chomq. tlvltls.
Moanalun ... 38 4
Kallhlwacna . 3C1 40
Pohukalna ., 432 40 23
Mnemne .... 131 12 7
Girls' Ind. ... 49 1 2
Knlulnnl .... 489 37 11
Knahumanu '. 484 69 C9
Totals .... 1984 203 112
E fallcular conjunctivitis.
LINDSAY In Pula, Maul, October 29,
to tho wife of George It, Lindsay,
RICHARDS In Honolulu. Novcmbor
6, 1008, to Mr. and Mrs. Theodoro
Richards, a daughter.
Australia's largest cattle herd Is
that running on tho Victorian River
station, northern territory, 320 miles
south of Port Darwin. It numbers 60,-
1 ' ' "'gHng'j'g'g
WE NOW HAVE
MANY NEW PATTERNS
Cups and Saucers
Also a Large Stock of
on display in our show-rooms.
We .invite your inspection'
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New Shipment in at MAY'S
brings Operatic and classio musio to
every home. A musical education!
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Our Stein-Bloch Clothes are
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the Tall Thin, the Short Stout,
the Small man, the Large man.
Let us show you a suit that was
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at 25 cents.
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When you are contemplating
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In the year when yonr dinner
puts the finish to it and pro
vides a subject for which you
should be thankful, remember
onr old-fashioned Pumpkin
Pies with the crisp and flakey
crusts. The pumpkin piled-in
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