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TUESDAY -----jj---ii. OCTOBER S, 1909
Wondroui it the strength of cheer
fulness; altogether past calculation
it power or endurance. uanyic.
Union St. .
aCaimukl . .
' Vineyard St
Pa'waa St. .
Elsie Are. . . .
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A Country House
"At Waikane, on the
windward tide' of 0a
ha on main road,
hear, beach; 4 bed
roomi; hot and cold
..waters barn: will rent
for. lis monthi or
40.00 Rent ... .f 30 per mo.
Citizens of thta Territory called
Waikane 41. R. .$30.00
Kaimnld 3B.R.. 45.00
Nuuanu St. 5 B. R. .100.00
Evidently the hung
given Higher Wage friends new
courage to come to the front and
show their hand. .
Iiw II.a flnvrirtin.. in .1I..MI.. t,rnnn..,t I
Juries hare .,.,.,.,. . ,,,. n...... i.twilll
U...V..U...V...D W ..... V.0U.. .W ....,
participate In n most Important con
On the result of that conference
Honolulu has reason to thank the " the action of the Governor
promoters of the Portola festival. for J the fate of the Dclcgale
giving It a very pleasant visit from u , "f : u ,u , , lu ,
most agreeable International guests. , Unu w" b o of the com-
, Ing campaign. It Is nn Issue now,
Everybody get behind tho propo- " mlKh'y momentous one at alt
iltlon to carry our own passengers ilmcn- d
as well as our own freight In our -
own ships under the American flag. CO-OPERATION OR ELIMINATION.
He a Working Republican and let
Reorganized nnd Ellmlnnted Repub
licans see the error of their way and
finally Join in the light for tho com
Hawaii's cheapest stocks nrc al
ways one hundred percent better In
vestments than the dreams of avarice
Imported from abroad to draw dol
lars from local pockets.
Only the assurance that they aro
coming this way again, nnd soon,
smoothes out the regret occasioned
by, the departure bt Admiral Scbree
and his men of the cruiser fleet.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
According to law n doctor can
cdmmand a hospital ship of the navy.
What the public wants to know is,
whether, when it comes to a show
down, tho doctor can run the ship
as il should be done. r .
Here's hoping that when Minister
Crane makes a new start he will
Journey by the Pacltlc route and
thus enable" Honolulu people to form
a' slight acquaintance with the man
hbldlng one of the most important
posts 'in the American diplomatic
Judging from the personnel of
that meeting from which was Issued
that Republican reorganization pro
nunclamenlo, one man from the
Government building Is the Invent
or, author and sponsor for it all. Of
course reorganization may be neces
sa'ry, but It would appear at least
courteous to have those Blated for
the reorganization granted a hear
ing. There Is always the possibility
(hat some of them will not approve.
Defore anyone has a fit over the
relief suspension of the coastwise
laws would give Honolulu, he should
learn for a certainty whether the
through steamers under alien flags
are any less crowded with through
passengers or give less attention to
through traffic than the Pacific Mail.
We believe a complete statement of
facts will further prove that if Ho
nolulu wahts Its passengers accom
modated' It must provide for them
In nrst-class freight and passenger
that some of them may have some
thing of advantage to suggest.
Tne better class of Ice cream
vendors wash their glasses and dish
cs In running watei, and the con
tainers arc sterilized each day, but
others have a bucket or tub behind
tho counter in which tho soiled cups
and spoons aro dipped. After n doz
en or two liavo been rinsed In this
gunner, .tho condition of the water
unmentionable. There is proba
bly no law making this a misdemean
or, but every person in Honolulu bo
foro patronizing a soda fountain or
especially boforo permitting tholr
children to patronize one, should as
certain whethor sanitary conditions
Tho BUgar market is at last reach
ing tho point predicted for a year
past u closer approach to parity
in the London and New York prices,
.With centrifugals still abovo four
cents, Hawaii has no cause for com
plaint, and tho reduced price of beet
sugar Is most gratifying because it
will tend to provent Increased how
logs for next year. Should prices
rule very high this fall they would
probably slump heavily next spring.
Under the present quotations an
other season1 of reasonably high
prices may be expected, and that is
whnt best serves tho interests of our
Assurance has been offered the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n by the Secretary of tho
Republican County Committee that
no reorganization was Intended by
the executive committee meeting of
last week, at which prominent Ter
ritorial office holders were brought
Into the political game and an
nounced as reorganizes.
The newspaper that announced
the reorganization, however, makes
the bald statement that reorganiza
tion is contemplated, and further
that some factions of the party mutt
be smoothed over and others eliminated.
Tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n, speaking for
the pooplo of tho Territory, hopes
and suggests that the alleged Re
publican reorganizorB unite In
telling the same story so that tho
ordinary, common, evcry-day citizen
who has always voted, the Republi
can tlckqt may., know whether he Is
to 'be In 'the list of .Reorganized Re
publicans, Eliminated Republicans
or.jusi piain working nepuDiicans.
As lias been remarked before In
these colmtins, It. is very Important
for' tho Republican party to start
right In preparing tor the 1910 cam
Of course, the Bulletin may
be entirely .wrong, .but the idea of
opening the preliminary- politick)
conversation by talking of eliminat
ing Republicans appeals to ihls pa
per as ralher poor politics. Hither
to and In most evory free and en
lightened community on the main
land, the rtonulillcun slogan has
been, "while tho light holds out to
burn tho vilest sinner may return."
Reorganization of Republicans
by a systematic scheme of elimina
tion seems like tho most complete
method of political sulcldo that has
been Invented. It Is Impossible for
us to agree that such a plan Is ad
visable, especially when the alleged
purpose of organization Is to carry
elections, and the voters of a party
have regularly elected certain of
their number as membors of an or
ganization to carry on political
With all due respect to the alleg
ed rcorganlzers and their volunteer
eliminators, the Republicans en
gaged In the meeting from whence
originated tho reorganization plan
appear to have alighted on the wrong
So far as can bo learned, they did
not consult the Territorial commit
tee managers as to tho necessity for
reorganisation, and it has yet to be
learned maj any Republican pre
cinct presidents appealed to the con
irai uouy tor a reorganization or
that they wero consulted, and If a
gonoral call was sent out for tho
members of tho County Committee to
bestir themselves, It' must have been
a very quiet ,calm call, because only
a fow, if any, heard It.
Consequently, it Is not surprising
that not a'll tho men who are In tho
Republican organization In ono ca
pacity nf another tko kindly to tho
volunloor reorganization before the
men whose official duty It Is to work
have been asked.
Nor Is It surprising that ono of
the very substantial citizens of ito
holulu has roqucstcd tho Rullo
tin to remind the reorganize that
not so very long ago a rousing ma
jority was given tho Republican
candlrtato for Sheriff, first because
ho was n Republican, and secondly
as n protest hgalnst tho attempt of
the Territorial offlcors to get Into
city and county politics and run
Since the alleged rcorganlzers
linvo gono ovor the hnnds of so many
men In their own committee and so
many others of , other committees to
seek workers, It' Ik only fair that
they should stale why tho men elect
ed to the organization by the rank
npdflle of the party have not been
asked first, and also to be fair and
tell the voters of the party why they
do not consider these regular mem
bers of the organization competent
to carry on the work assigned to
Co-operation will beat reorganiza
tion by forty blocks when It comes
to successful management.
Co-operation draws men to the
party on election day. Reorganiza
tion by a process of elimination
gives moral support and votes to the
other fellow. Votes win political
PACIFIC FLEET OFF FOR SOUTH.
(Continued froa Pan Y
tho flag of Admiral" Sebrce, . com
mander of the" squadron. V
Despite the fact 'that the Tennes
see coaled up to'mldplght lost night.
mis morning nor necks wero.spicK
and span, her metal, work bright and
no signs of the thick. coal dustady
where about her. The other two
cruisers wero. In the same condition
before they went outside to form In
line. . ,-, ,. t
At Nares' Harbor' thore are four
colliers awaiting the fleet, two Urlt
Ish, and the Alexander and Nanshan
of the American cdlller fleet. In the
little equatorial Islands but a five or
bIx days' stay will be made, a col
lier tying up to each boat to unload
1,500 tons of coal. Into her. Each
vessel will take about a day to coal,
and the' sailors will be turned-loose
on tho Island to see the sights. Tho
American colliers wero dispatched
,-On tho way down tho trip will bo
spent In gunnery drills and naval
tactics to further increase the effi
ciency and training of the men.
whom, It may bo remembered, were
classified among the grcenhands be
fore coming here,
The war vessels had their patrols
out tip to the list moment, and It
was not until noon that the men on
patrol duty returned to the ships.
At a little before 12 the men began
to roturn to thVpolIco station from
will please note that
THE ALEXANDER Y0UNQ'
Hotel Street corner of the
Young Hotel Building.
to 11.30 p.m.
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wmmimmm , .
The A. HOCKING home 'at the
rnanka end of Kewalo ttreet. Com
pletely ifnrniihed, ., This it the ntoit
de$itble houae in Honolulu! beinfr
offered. for rent, atAther present -time.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. ' -Rent
f 100 per"' month.
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For particulars call at
Bishop Trust fo.f
Send 'a wireleu to
your friends at tea.
their dlffere.nl posts, and march down
to tho" Wh'aVves.'' jHardly any cases
of desertion aro reported and there
have ;been ,yery few stragglers.
Now that, tho excitement has died
down and the memories of the last;of
tho many receptions have beeh laid
away In lavendar, cooler consideration
of tho men who'havo been hero may
bo had.' ' In a fleet on which was be
tween eight-and nlno thousand men,
ono man, tho Admiral, stood out prom-
lmenliy, against all tho .rest.
Ills humor and courtesy have al
ready mado their mark on Honolulu
and his present visit has only served
to strengthen tho Impression ho has
mado on jirovloua visits.
When sovoral newspapermen .board
ed the Tennessco when It' flint camo
off, tho harbor, thcro was a general
scramblo lor news on tho part of the
officers. Chief among tho ocntH of
tho day with which they wero unin
formed was the death of Harrlman.
Admiral Sebret was the last to hear
of It and approaching tho reporters
asked for Information. "Let's sec." he
said reflectively, "Tills Is Thursday,
TO CREATE PARK
It is now possible that the, United
States will officially rccognlzo, the
"hero mariner of the South Seas,"
Captain Cook, nnd convert tho' land
centering around tho monument
erected to him at Kealakakua," Bay
Into a national park. ,
A. Rlchley of the, U. 8. Engineer's
Department has charge bf tho move
ment to take the monument ovor,
and ho lately wrote to the' British
Consul requesting Information ns to
the nature bf the title held by,tho
British government to tho monu
ment. Tho- Consul replied that ho
had written back to. tho .Keeper of
Public Archives to, answer correctly. I
Meanwhile resldohtn.near tho' land
In question ore preparing 'a ipetl
tlon to the, Federal government re-'
questing that a park bo made, out '
of It. This petition will be pre
sented at Washington by Mr.
Rlchley, and It will then come be-;
fore the official attention of tho
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A general round up of boys was
mndo last night by tho nollc'o. all thu
arrests being mndo at avcry-latohour.
Owing to the constructlnhof the-Juvenile
law tho pollen have to be, wiry In
taking them urVas.thcfoarojjrpulilc
somo phrases In It. ' -. i -.
WOfJTY" MONTGOMERY CA.NED.
" : ''
Tho boyj from tho U.- 8. S. Pennsyl
vania did not proposoto leavj' Hono
lulu, today without paying their ic
spects to "Monty" Montgomery. Last
evening a delegation called uion him
at his placo of business and beroro tak
ing their leave, left, a han.tsnmo gold
headed cano. Tho stick la n b'oaiitll
ful trophy, of valunblo wood and suit
isn't It?" .
Ho was hastily assured that'll was
"Did Harrlman dlo yesterday?" ho
"Oh, then ho died of a'ThiirsUjday,'
didn't ho?" said tho Admiral, solemnly
and walked off. This was bis only
Htatement.at that tlmo to tho newspa
When the launches woro being sent
to tho old Pacific Mall Wharf tho Ad
miral camo down to Inspcct'tho condi
tion of tho dock, which, was reported
bad. Tho patrol pointed' oiit tho big
gaps in tho planking' and explained
that sallqrs coming- .down at night
wero liable to fall in and Ifljuro them-boIvcs.
, "H-m-m-m," said Sobrco. reflectively,
'.'So would an Admiral." and and tho
landing changed to tho foot' of Fort
Admiral Scbrco Is ono of tho last of
the old navy, of tho navy that boasted
of "Old Ironsides," nnd counted among
Its heroes suchmen as Paul Jones mid
Perry nnd tho sldo-to-slde scrlmmagos
that mado thu Americans master of
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