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Wallncu R. Pnrrlnjfton, - Editor
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Oh! let us fill our hearts up with the ulory of the day, ,
And banish cv'ry doubt and care and sorrow far away!
For the world is full of roses, nnd the loses full of dew,
And the dew is full of heavenly ' love that drips for rtic and you.
James Whitcomb Riley.
Reorganization t tho Hepulil. m
part) la announced.
Tills Ih very Important If tiue
Coincident with tliu announced re
organization It Is ussortoel tluit Ilia
uxeciitlvo committee picamualily ot
tlio City ami County of Ifonolulii
has iut llila Important work In tlio
hands of John l.uno ami l.orrlu An
drews for tho Fomth cllstlt-t ami
A. S. Kollopu mill 1). I.. Conkllng fur
tlio Fifth dlstilct.
If tlio 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is correctly lu
fonucil, neither I-orrln Andtows nor
lyi.. Conkllng nro members of tho
Itoimlillcm committee, ami poihnpa
.Kill it Liiiio IioIiIb a proxy.
Two Ut theso estimable gentlemen,
however, are at present h"ldlng
prominent offices umler the Terri
torial government. ,
It' Was tho butchering of "jov
urmuuiit" olllccrs Into tlio organiza
tion with tho obvious purpose of
tontiolllng It that eaine near ill
ruptlng the Huiiubllcnn puitv not so
very long ago.
And for this reason moro than
ono citizen In the rank ami lllo . of
tlio Republican party wants to lnow
why they are to bo leorgnnlzeil ami
why It Is necessary to go over tho
heads of tho men .elected to tho .
gnjilzallon by tho rank ami 111c to
been re men to do tho reorganizing.
Viewed finin tho uiccl; nnd lowly
piano of tho rnnlt and Illc, tho self
sacrificing reorganize of tho Ito
luilillcan imi ty have mado a very
impolitic more if party welfare us
opposed to tho Individual aspira
tions ot persons nnd factions Is to bo
Thus far tho rank and file have
. hcaid of no general call from the
executive committee to the commit
teemen that they bhnll rally to tlio
muse- nnd get In nnd work, W'a do
no know of any general meeting of
.committeemen called, with tho ro
Vult that tliero was such a small 10-
sponso ns ttJ mnko It necessary
send In tho hurry-up icquest
i No. Nothing, of this character
has been spread on tho public rcc
cuds. I.lko a holt fiom tho blue, how -
' over, comes the statement that tho
Republican party Is to bo rcorgan-
lied. And, according to tho names
, given out, tho Hist men selected to
It Is very grntlflng to have J. 1'. 'sustain all tho pi.sscngor liners necd
Cnoke, lopiescutlng 'ono Important oil now or In tho near hcieiifter, It
blanch of tho stockholders, stilto
thut ho believed tho JIatson 'Nhvlga
tlou Company should Immediately
place nn order for another passenger
Btenmor as largo or larger than tho
AVIIhelmlnn, for tho Honolulu-San
Let tho good work go on. It Is by
building our own ships to carry our,
own passengers and our own frelgut
that Honolulu will establish a pas
senger transportation Bervlco ut
onco meeting tho now conditions of
development and icsponslvo to tho
demands of tho local people,
Novor was theio a better time for
tho move to bo uuulo that will place
this Tenllory U an absolutely Inde
pendent position ns icgards the out
sldo foiclgn-iontrolled transporta
tion Hues, and at the same ttmo sus
tain the icimtutlon of llnvvull for
standing by tho Flag, tho American
iiieichnnt marine and tho ptotectlou
, 1'ieslilcnt -Tuft hug said thut no
moro Important (incstlon Is beforo
tho Amcilcau people today than tho
Amcilcnu merchant marine, and par
ticulate that section now eking out
an cxlstenco In tho raclllc.
It this bo true of tho nation, how
vital must It bo to this Integral part.
How obvious our duty to do what
wu, may, lo piomoto tho American
nioich.mt marine, and at tho sumo
time uciommodiito the public.
Of ono thing theio can bo no
doubt.' ludustiles ot tho Tenllory
of Hawaii renteicd In tho city of
Honolulu havo enough Height.' to
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rr Ver, ftnywlicteln US I.uu
Pel Year ativl,cre In CanfttU. . l.fto
I'erYeat iiMaiJ, loieijn 2.oo
OCTOBER 4. 1000
usalst nte g.-atlcmen holding posi
tions under tlio "government." Ono
of then ha i said ho didn't cumo hero
to do poll) lis, and another lids snld
to ono man that he bellcicd'ln tho
licst-m.iu policy and dldn t caui,
imicli for the party, and to another
that ho wnntod to be a part) man
mill work with tho organisation.
Just nt prefecyt, huwowr, the gen
eral drift of iierrounltty or what
ono lias dnno or hadn't done doesnlt
cut much figure.
Jlore than nnythlng olio, tho Ite
publlean parly Is interested In not
gcttlug off on the wiong foot early
In tho game. That is Just what the
"reorganlzers" nppear to have done.
Tlio Teriltorlal Republican organ
ization has not been taken Into tho
confidence of these reorganizes, nor
hao the members of tho County
committee at largo been so honored.
Now, biicccssful politics don't
work out along such lines.
Tho Republican patty has a thor
ough organization In the Territory
"id In tho city made up of men reg-
rly elected to their positions.
Isn't It n good plan to let theso
; leu named by tho Republicans to
1 1 least hnc a look-In before they
re drawn to tho shambles to bo re
organized? ' Isn't It better for nil concerned
that the pulltlcal woik shall start
right, or Is the net campaign to be
n proposition of telling tho voter,
"Heie, you leorganlzcd slavo of n
gieat cause, get up nnd voto ns wo
tell jou to?" Of course they won't
Tho II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n has no desire tu
mix In the Inner counsels of tho re
organlzers, but It does hopo that tho
affairs of the Republican party will
not bo factlonally mixed when tho
party has such a tremendously Un
portant campaign befoco it.
What tho Republican party needs
" ""I1VIB, uui IvuiHiiiiui-in 1HU K"
to at their uronoidtlon In a wav that
'.will alienate as many' voters as
they get in.
(let down to. work! ' And do It
I'so the committeemen who hnvo
1 been named by tho innk and lllo of
the party. When tltuso men fnll
and provo themselves Incompetent,
then start In wllh our leorgnnlzn-
Hon If necessary.
"",l '" prupony piaceu
Such being the case, tho transpor
tation business of this port will not
bo In a coudllon to servo tho Inter
ests of tho public until tho frclgh
cairicrs recognize, the, passenger
needs, and piomptly move to satisfy
them. It Is good business to give
freight to the lines that will carry
the passongers, but ou tho other
hand, the freight Hues, to retain
this popular good will mul suppuit,
must put ou the passenger bhlps.
If tho freight men show a icadl-
iess to lespond, and moio ot local
capital goes Into our pecan transpor
tation business, theso Investors nnd
American lines ns u lciogultion ot
their good faith are entitled to u
cessation of the local agitation to
to In lug the alien steamships Into
competition thiough tho suspension
of tho toustwjso shipping laws.
Tho practical value ot tho protec
tion given our sugar and enjr pine
apples Is tho upbuilding ot u homo
Industry tu supply homo needs. On
this name principle tli.e cnastwlbo
shipping law has been enforced, and
when It operates to ercuto and on
hit go locully owned American htcitni
ship enterpiltes, theio should bo no
moro thought among tho business
men ot Honolulu of calling for sus
pension ot tho lo.istwlso shipping
laws than theie is of demanding u
suspouMou of the tin Iff ou sugar' or
Wo should woik together for the
upbuilding or Hawaii ami all Ita 011
teipilscs unelur tho Amcilcaii Hag.
I Wo should not put ourselves lu tho
Ui'l . .
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To Let V
"" , AjCountry House
Onndall Lane 2B. It. .$12.00 -, .
Kinau St 2B.R.. 17.00 l
Middle st .2B.R.. 18.00 Furnished
Union St 2B.R.. 18.00
Kaimuki 2B.R.. 25.00 '
Vine-nrd st 3 B-R- 2-00 At Waikane, on the
Pawan St 4B.lt.. 25.00 windward side of 0a-
hu on main road,
Kinau St 2B.R.. 20.25 near beach; 4 bed-
Kiu st SbJ5:'A S
Bates St 2B.R.. 35.00 for six 'months or
tj c-l n t. -r. .nn shoitcr term. t
Berctania St 3B.R.. 40.00
Elsie Ave 5B. R.. 40.00 Rent ....$30 per mo."
Nuuanu St 5B.R. .100.00
Trent Trust Co,, Ltd.
hands of fotelguers lit any point, hi
Wo should build our own BhlpR, j
carry our own freights qnd provide .
for all tho patsengeis who want to'
come nnd go.
When wo have our own capltnlliti
rcadyfwlth. tho money to do what
they sdiould have done years ago, lot '
us ifVKlnji to dwell on tholr faults'
f W)ea''''st. but rather help thenl
along hu, best w0 may, and ilinnk i
Cod that tho light Is llnally dawn-1
Ing on the minds of men with the
wherewithal to back up shipbuilding I
piojiosltlons. - i
Onco this Is backed up, slay with.
THE TELEPHONE "HOLD-UP,"
An' article apparently prepared by
(he attorney for the tolnphono torn
pany states that tho telephone com
pany Is being held up by tho Coun
ty Supervisors In the Interests of
small graft or something as detest
If this be true, thore is but ono
thing for tho citizen to do. Stamp
out tho graft nnd condemn, tho Si;
pervlrois. ir thto'ls not ti no. It Is then of
rijunl Importance that tho citizens
should ieo whether or not n public
service corporation Is practlclly
asking them to put their heads In a
noose, nnd thicatenlng that If this
Is net done to refuso to glvn tho
public tho sen Ice to which they arc
entitled under the charter ginntcd
by tho people.
What timid bo moro outrageous
than tlio statement of a public ser
vice corporation that It will not glvo
n first-class tervlcn, and will Indeed
cut out sonio of tho present nilser-
MIIIO bervlCU 11 1110 OIllCUllH Ol II Cll)
do not do us they 1110 told?
This Is a matter that should not
bo decided on tho hearing of ono
Tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 n hellcvca that
someone In ntuhorlty should know
why a stieet is dug up or a post
This may not be In lino with prop
er civic development nnd protection
ot the pcoplo, but In Hunt every
ollier city they elo business that way.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A fifty ($00) dollar cash payment and ten (510) dollars n month
will buy a lot in the KAIMUKI PARK TRACT. These lots command a
view of Koko Head .and Waialae Bay and aie convenient to enr line.
EiRht lots in KAIMUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con
taining 15,000 square feet. View of Diamond Head and Honolulu. Har
Two desirable building; lots!1
30,000 square feet '. S2,000
13,000 squaic feet 050
Let us show you an investment
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantasc of it,
Fort and Merchant Streets,
will please note that
'THE ALEXANDER YOUNG1
Hotel Street corner of the
Younc Hotel Building.
From 6 a.m.
to 11.30 p.m.
' Send a' wireless to
your friends at sea.
Tnrds of c'lltnriii explanation devot
ed to the mlbor.iblo cunniflnn of tho
Han all County loaJa cannot wlpo out
the damaging nii'l icgretnblo fact that
the present Supervisors havo to their
discredit tho reenij of refusing to em
ploy u competent load engineer to
oversee tho woik.
This Is all-siiflli lent to provo to tho
average thinking person that whllo
tho Hawaii Couni road policy in-iy
not be going fiom b.id to worso. It If
not based on tho first pilnclplo of com
Hawaii County, ro.idHrnro n dlsgr.ico
to the pcoplo iiiul (ho otllclajs nt die
County responsible for thorn. Any al
leged Impiovcment carilcd on without
an englnci r la merely lo promote n.ls
criible roads and m.iko tho rccoid of
lnciiniibtLiico mere pcimunent.
Reorganization of the Republican
paity w.e-. nppatently planned In se
ct et. Let us hope that tho fame
was not iMiitrmplatcd In connection
with- the Organic Act of the. Terri-
toiy of Hawaii.
in COLLEGE HILLS real estate
i The A. HBCKING" house at the
mauka end of Kewalo street. Com
pletely furnished. Thui is the most
desirable house in Honolulu being
offered for rent at the present 'time.
Rent $100 per month.
For particulars call at i
Bishop Trust Co.,
GAMBLERS OF .
Thirty-Four Experts At
Dicing Face Judge
OamblcrK weio served up In a dozen
dllfeient stjles In tlio I'ollcn Court this
mauling nnd weru boiled, fri( ' frleca
seed or plcljloil by Judge Audi,.! te ac
cording to their respective) " Us.
Tholr 'tirreitn nil occuricd late bsf
night nnd during Sunday when I.oal,
Kolly and Ap.uia cleaned up a dozen
iiolenloui ganicn around totvu.
Willie Tolxelra, .loo Fernandez. Jos
eph I'hllllps. K. Nnhlnu and Willie Ka
piml ennttitutud one bunch of youth
I ul gnmllers that vvmi hnlcil up fur
Mir pluvluer 7 ceinio 11, and Willie, who
w.i8 a trine under IS ai.d liable to tho
JuviMille court Instead 'of the District
Court saved lfls skin nt the luntuucp
or tho police by pleading guilty nnd
testifying ngallisl tho others. lie was
given a siinpoCettM sclilcnco of thirteen
months nnd U' - otbeis were let off
easy with a ?j lino and u warning' that.
worso awaited Ihcm It they ever catno
back. Tho gang is well known to the
Don Knmahu. Jijuies llann, T.. Kulao
paa. IMwnrd Hnrf. Joo Klkala, I). Ka
piialilnul. 1'c'ler Hrlght, Anlono For
nandcz and I Mlnoe were nlso nuest-
ed for pla Ing 7-11. Fernandez "turned
tifrtlo" In coutt and showed his koel.
In' this Interesting iosltlon ho looks
like ji l.i'ormcr and when bo Ir right
tlel' l'p ho looks lllto n gambler. His
case was nollo prossed by tho prose
cution nnd his ovldcnca convicted his
nrstvvhllo companions, who wore .fined
$7 npleco with (ho exception of iflknla.
Tho latter wns r'inandeil to tho .luve
nllo Couit nn being under ugo.
Twenty Cblnamcu who vveie uircst
cd during a laid last uigbt made by
Chief heal, had 'better luck nnd their
enso wiib taken uiutcr ndvlsemeivt by
Judgo Anilrado, tho ivlde nco not being
sufllclent to warrant n hasty dectslun
They nre nllyeged to have Indulged In
'lhoro wan u von enjoyable after
noon function . Iioaiil tho Gorman
cruiser Alcona e Kte-rday, when Cap
tain Hcluocder and his oulce'rs enter
tained a number or guests at afternoon
The ship was beautifully decorated
for tho occasion, and tho palm
branched ami bunting looked very well.
Hnrill tables woro scattered around
tho uppei dock, which, was enclosed
wllh canvas nnd thu captain and olll
ccrs received their guests nt tho gang
An olllcer ptesldcd at each table
cud blue jackets handed nroiiud tea
nnd coffee le the guests Xipun each
3e,"-i,i 'Vff fXi -r i
J.tUv- Vp&V' WliuftyMfeft rTeTHt 'fcM-
Let us show you 250 t
kinds of iron beds at
specially reduced prices
during the next few days
J. Hopp & Co.,
King Street, near Alakea
ARE WORTH MONEY
Wc can make them jjcod as new. Oar repair ma
chines arc the same kind ns used in making the shoes at
the factory. Shoes repaired while you wait.
MEN'S SOLES and HEELS $1.23
WOMEN'S SOLES and HEELS ' 1.00
Regal Shoe Store, - cor. King and Bethel
tablo wa a it nf JapmcKo iln-mfcd
trees ami In eaeh mound of earth was
u tiny stnnd.ird ol a miniature Hag ot
a foreign natb n. v
Jinny nutitalo vlsllurs, included
Governor and ilrs. Kiear. Admiral
Harry, U. S. N.; c-ipuln Rfes, II. S.
N., nnd Mrs. Rols, Ca tain Fltzhcr
beit, of tho lllIIWi crulsei llejfonli
Acting Ocinian Cemsul Roillek, tlio
Italian Consul and Mrs. Sehaefcr. Oth
er guefts vvcret Jllsn Sehaefcr. Mr
and Sin, (lustav Schacffer. Sir. nn 1
Mrs. Hchultze. Sir. nnd Sirs, flu Ilol,
31 r. and .Mrs. I), von l..imm, .ludgo and
.Mis. llulliiu, Sirs. Kopf, Sir. nnd Mrs.
Hagens. ,11. F. Wlehmnn, Captain Hit
val. Captain, mul Sirs, llorgcr, SlUs
Scbuppc, Sir. and SIra. Ousierold, Dr.
nnd Sirs. Waller Hoffmann, Sir. nnd
Slr.e. Constabel, l'aslor and Sirs. Fel
my. Sir. and .Mrs. Glade, SIlss I'aty
and Mr mid Sirs. Weight.
Tho Arcoun sails for San Francisco
on Thursday next to take part In the
On Saturday ntternoem tho Geiman
residents or Ibis city cnloi tallied the
olllccrs nnd men of the German war
thlp Arcoun nt n picnic to tho penin
sula. A start was mado ut 2 o'clock
and about thieu hundred pcoplo made
they tilp down.
As foou us Iho giicsls nrilvccl nt
I'eatl 1 1 i bur rcfreslmienlB weio In
order, mid llieu to tho strains eif the
cnilsor'a band un.) u Hawaiian orches
tra, tlio parly danced to their lieart's
Songs of tho Fatherland woro buiir
For baby's bath, tie
this anron around you,
and after washinsr.
wrap the infant in the
apron, which will ab
sorb every atom of
moisture; this apron
can also be utcd for a
cai riaRC or cradle
It is made of cotton,
closely knitted with a
lone;, downy fleece.
nnd'bomo comic releclloiii' were also
given. A iniiviiftdrchcir eoiiiposed id
men of the cruh-er, was n icaturo e f
tho nfterroon jnd vvna iniicli enjoyed
Captain Schroder of the Areou.i a'll
Mrs. Scbnllze led nit lu the gt.iul
march tor tho dam . Th i -lrty -i
lived hack lu lown In gnu I .time u id
till uppiaici! delli.hli.,1 ii ill oulll.g.
A Jury was net 1 1,.ls iuomiIi i;
for thu trial ot the eb.ar .l.ip.uu e
charged vvlthilot at Wn. ruul-i pi .
tatlou dining Hie dUiir Ikiih-.m lncii. ut
tei tho recent btilko.
William V. Iliirlilo, one of th - lu I
who votcel for-acquittal lu th fi l
licit trial, was passed by pieisicutb i
Clly and County AtloriK- C illicit
innelu tlio opening stntenie ul' fur Hie
pioseciUhm and tho tilal begin lemur
Tho Jury Is composed of W. F. Ruck
Ip. William IC. Isaac Robert K. Hremii,
William K. Nallj, Jainos ii. Fo. ,1oi.
nthiin Alau, ThuinnH C. -McfluU".
George It. Greene, (leorgo K. .11 ,
Gcorgo H. Kurratl, David Jl-il;eui,
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