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A ''iBuslness C
fettered ( iIm Pctottce at Honolulu
m ntcmitl-ctaxs mMttt
APRIL 14. 1910
I am clad that there is a national' filMI, FOR MFW YI1RK WHY NOT
ft VVAiifit tMAfn unliiAliU 1irlH i-rllil fin '
r-k jiuuuvv iuuit uuuavic tuewt uiu ut mn llllifllll
silver, more valuable than cotton or lUlV IIAtfAUl
wheat cr corn or iron an ideal.
William Jennings Bryan.
.What n brilliant I ilea that U in
put nil nddltlonnl iirlce mi over ut
1 trnctho lawn in the lt) of llo-
Surely law mill orilor will respond
"to tin! nmicnl of eight hunilreil
t school children of the Knllhl til"
p Iclct, nnil chauffeurs must obey
The man who framed the schemo
for chnrultiR nn ndilltluunl wnttir
rate for IrrlRntlnK lawns Is enti
tled to a monument nn Niiunnu dam
bearing the title, "The Honolulu
p inink nt H' auor pacing wirce
apricos ror wie lonsirnciion oi uw
tilainB and the works, Honolulu prop
Sertj owners nrn to lio saddled wlUi
; additional water intes, or lcae their
lawns to dr up.
It Is gratifying to learn through
kthe counts that the Cltj and County
at Honolulu lias some right to do
something boaldes pay salaries and
i follow tho ancient and oxponaUe
Is) stem of road-hulldtng handed
fdowu froui the Terrltor.
William Randolph Hearst sends
out an emissary to say that all hU
(follow Inr; will leturn to tho Demo
fcratlc pirtj It his principles nr
adopted bj tho Democracy. Is'thcro'
nnono on earth who would i.ot get
,lntu line on those terms?
, Itepubllcans of Indlann anil Deru-
jocrats of California nro quite iigrecd
their Uews on tho tariff. So all
at Is left for Republicans and
(Democrats to do Is fight anion,;
Ithemsohes. And at last account
'they wore attending to tho duty ot
jtho hour most beautifully.
Sugar comes In under the new In-Eurgo-Dtmocratlc
tariff principle all
( right, Our sugar costs moro to pro
kduce than tho'Kulopcan sugar, and
'our consumers pay nearly a tent a
jfjiouiul less than the European;
t therefore, tho tariff on sugar should
'he raised. All of which is Just as
logical as one-holt tho tariff arguments
Governor Krear sajs that It Is post-
'slble for n man to hecomo wealthy
Efwltliout Injuring his fellowmen.
Nearly eery wealthy man who has
iuad tho courngo 10 u pea it nis nunii
lIr on record to tho contrary. So tho
raluo hundred and ulnety-lilnc silent
ones will recelYO tho words of 11a
Avail's Uovernor ns tidings of com
port nnd Joy '
Ihory theoretical supporter of
good government in Honolulu falil
' hear, hear" In n loud volie after
reading tho dc laratlnn of Uovern
or Hughes of New York against the
lorrupt men nnd corrupt forces that
havo been biought into tho lltno
llght again In his State. How many
of theso thcoriits believe that Oov-
ernor Hughes' solution of the reign
of error may ho "all right for Now
York," hut dues rot apply lo Honolulu.
Wo commend the good government
fortes of this city and Territory to
a perusal of what Governor Hughes
said, iiIwhjh bearing In mind who
it was that defeated tho direct prl
mar) movement In two Legislatures
elected by tho people of Hawaii.
"I nm," ho said, "a Republican,
strongl nttnehed to my party nnd
earnest in the desire for Republls.in
giicVexs.t Hut I chcrl'h a , concern
iloeprr nnd moro vltnl than that. 1
want to seo the Illicit efforts ot
privilege frustrated, bribery and cor
niJt arrangements destroyed nnd
tho market places, where govern
mental favor jias been bought nnd
sold, converted Into true assemblies
of honest representatives ot tho
To remedy tho foul conditions
hlch nro known to exist' tho Gov
e nor advocates publicity nnd dt
lcct primaries, and this Is what tho
self-assertive supporters of real good
government in Hnwall. should tare
fully tnko homq to themselves, "The
single aim," declared Governor
Hughes, "of political corruptlonlsts
Is to place In olllce men who will do
their bidding, upon whom they can
depend to further their Interests.
These generally nro not party Inter
ests, but purely personal Interests,
and tho stnmp ot tho dollar is on
most of them,
"I favor n plan of direct nomina
tions by which party candidates for
electivo offices shall be chosen di
rectly by the so-ret vote of the party
voters. I also favor tho election ot
members of party committees by the
dlroct-vote of tho party voters"
Let tho people of Hawaii who aro
Jutt .plainly honest remember that
the- niojt-'successful, though net al
wns open, opposition to tho dlrec'
prlmarj law In this Territory has
cento during two sessions of tho Leg
islature from tho pcrbons loudest in
their tails for "good government,"
which I J to them "government by u
few of us."
That is tho brand of government
that has corrupted Now York.
Honolulu extends lta congratula-
FtltSns to Mr Tokleda nnd his nsso
folates of tho Yoliolinnm Specie Hank.
rholr new building Is proof that
' they uppreclnto the tertalnty of Ho
nolulu's business future, and they
' nrq showing their good will by using
a part of their shnro In our prosper
ity for the construction of a most
attractive business block.
Superintendent Campbell's nn-
Inounccmont of an additional charge
Jfor lawn Irrigation Is the first nolo
at n foolish campaign to destroy tho
Llicnuty ot Honolulu homes. There
is no need for this action The pub
lic hnB not called for It. The water
fwnrliR of this ilty aro not being op-
! orated at a loss, Tho whole thing
i Is a fool attempt to turn ono of tho
' departments of the government Into
a'inoucy-mnking Institution and fur-
fiils'hes another fortlhlo argument for
tho speedy ti mister of tho Honolulu
wntcr works from tho control of the
r Territory, whero It has been out-
k'lageously" lulBinnnngod, to tho City
nnd County of Honolulu, where tfio
ttaxpajers will at least be saved
Pfrom tho exhibition now prpsentpd
lot crownlhg the monumental. nnd ex
Jpeiislvo follies ot Nuuauu dam wfth
hin nrbltrnfy order "foiclng housc-
liolilers to'new expense ror me priv
ilege of keeping their lawns 'green
ejaml their homes nttractlve.
LA FOLLLTTEAND TAFT.
Coincident with the report that
President Tatt will not visit Indian
apolis on account of his fear that
he might cause trouble In the Ho
publican part) tomes tho story that
Mr, Tuft will endeavor to prevent
tho leelcctlou ot Senator La Toi
lette. Thin Ih mighty dangerous husl
ncsfi in which tho President Is en
gaging, and from moro than ono. In
dication ho nnd tho stalwarts In
whoso behaf ho appears to be act
ing stand n good chance to get tho
worst of It. Tho temper of tho in
dlann Republicans Is shown. In tho
tariff plank ot their platform that
so displeases Mr. Taft. llecrldgo
Is not leading tho van to much as
he Is shaping his course to meet
History has. proved that It 1b a
very hard matter to frighten La I'ol
lotlo Roosevelt had an oxperlenco
at that nnd camo off second best.
Party lines are not hard nnd fast
In Wisconsin, and La Toilette has u
large following among tho Demo
crats, During the campaign ot 19U4
tho Republicans split, tho stalwarts
withdrawing from tho State conven
tion, and they were by tho request
of President Roosevelt recognized by
tho Republican .National Conven
tion Roosevelt was promptly noti
fied that If ho did not keep out nt
the factional trouble tho State would
bo delivered to the Democruts. He
looked Into tho matter and decided
that It wns best to lay a3lde tho big
stick, ilo didn't Interfere co that
mi one could notice It. TInally tho
Supremo Court of tho State decided
In Sea View,
iii favor of thi Ii Tollrtto mrn, and
patty men breathe! raaler Ths
people of the Male -rowntril Rnnre.
veil's Interference and the only The
odore has never regained his pop
ularity In Wisconsin.
Now Taft Is said to bo following
In tho routo marked for those who
do tho right thing at the wron?
time. Wisconsin names Its Ttilted
States Senators In the direct pri
mary, nnd If, ns leported. President
Taft stumps (he State against I -a
Toilette, there will bo real trouble
for Mr. Tuft and tho Republican
party In Wisconsin.
Some of our elder statesmen seem
to bo forgetting In theso iIih tlitu
tho Republic-ill party hits held Its
strength nnd gained Itn greatest sue
cesses by being suntckntl clastic til
meet public opinion on national
questions nnd thus bo thoroughly
One of the secrets of Roosevelt's
great success was that ho knew
when to quit If ho found hlmsojf
going contrary to the general drlrt
of public sentiment. L-i Toilette's
career Is n hnnd-wrltlng on tho wall
Ho Is tho original Progressive Re
publican. Desplicd ns hi) may bo
h good men and stalwarts, It If
nevertheless n fact that tin was tho y-v , ...
only man In Tnft'R Jtepubllcnn nn- UPPOrtUnitieS
.w..... .'.. . ...... ii.in.i.t .j
enthusiasm; ho was tho only man
In whose favor a stampede was
threatened. La Toilette wns "In
surging" long before lleverldgc.
Cummins, Dolllvcr nnd various other,
good men saw tho light nnd wero
convinced. ' .
Theso men represent n forco In
national politics that will not he re
strained nt tho command or Mr' Three finc;lots, all having an ocean
Taft or tho Republican party. Such frontage. Large (76x150), high and
a restraint will result In nn event- i.v,tlv
unl explosion that will rip tho wholo b y
organization wldo open. ' The entire property three lots
Political parties from tho very nn- arc ofTercd for n glort tIm for
turo of popular government nmst bo .mm
responsive to public opinion If they !,luuu-u-
expect to meet success. And that Take advantage of this exception
applies to the little politics of Ha- ai barcain
wall as well as the great national
affairs In which tho Presidents, ex-
Presidents nnd Senntors figure,
EAGLES HAVE BIG
Last night nt tho K. 1 Hall tho
Kngles held ono of their cnjoynbln
annual, socials, nnd about threo hun
dred members and friends dropped In
during tho evening and had a good
There wor cmany nmatqur perform
ers nnd most of the stunts wero good
Hob Ross recited an Australian poem
In Ills' best stlo and niado quite n hit
with that Auction of tho audlcnco
which could henr htm. Contractor
Chalmers was another elocutionist ami
he choso a humorous subject for his
turn. At least that Is whnt somo ono
near the stare, said It was lmposslhlo
to hear anything from tho back of tho
hall as tho talking novor seemed to
A soldier from tho transport sang a
couple of songs that brought down tho
houso and ho was encored tcvornl
times. A banjo solo was well rend
ered by n well known colored musi
cian and far nn encore ho gavo an Im
itation ot n train pulling In and out ot
Henry Vicrra was, of course on
deck, and his Impersonation of n Chin
ese, wns immense. Ho alto Joined with
a partner In a Japanese sketch and
It was also good.
AiiKo t'aton was a
Trent Trust Co.,, Ltd.
Lot 50x130; well
kept, House has G
rooms) 2 bed
rooms, Plumbing modern.
Electric light, gas,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Mould future characters. Forat
the saving habit NOW by
opening an account with
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus:
'Bishop Trust Company,
The office of the
tear '""" """'iKAWAHAri GUILTY
FiMiivnnui!iiFn! MURDER 2ND DEGREE
IN POLICE COURT
these fnmlly rowa to tho Police Coutt
was n nulsanco to over) body
Polico OulrcriAhrtni camo In fo. n
roast from JuiIkq Andrailo thlx morn
ing, whon tho Punchbowl assault mid
batter case, was heard Iho first
chargo was that ot assaulting a polico
officer, hut tho piosccutlon soon saw
that they had no clianco of obtaining
n conviction on that complaint
Tho charge was a Hi! red to plain dm-
snult nnd battery arid Senator Chll-'
llngwnrth, who defended tho four nc
cuscd two of whom wero women-,
succeeded In getting threo of his clt-1
cuts off nnd the fourth fined n small i
The wholo affair was a family squab I
bio that resulted from tho picking ot'
n few mangoes that grow In Ahreu'tf ,
ynrd. Tho officer got mixed up In tho
host In himself scran, and then losing his head.
nnd his song3 nnd monologues wero called up tho patrol wagon nnd tnoki
well received Mlko Is ns gbod as any tho whole bunch to tho polico station. '
professional at tho game, nnd ho al- .ludgo Andradu stated In court this
wajs makes good nt n show morning that Ahroau had gotten In- j
Tho Ilttlo girls from tho Park The- vnlvcd In n row ns n private person,
ntcr did n couplo of turns, and thoy nnd that then ho had used his stnnd-'j
were woll rewarded for their efforts, lug ns a polico officer to get oven with
Their bongs nnd dnnces went woll nnd his neighbors nnd relntlves. Tho
wero much enjojed In fact tho wholo Judge furthermore stated that thoi
cvcnln gwas n success nnd over) body whole matter should hnvo been fixed
had a good tlmo. up ut home, nnd that tho bringing of
At tho Wnlluku Clicuit Court this
morning Kuwahara n Japanese who
wns cnarsol wnn mtirner in tuo nrst
degree iiintl guilty of murder
In th t i ?grco, nnd ho will bo
icnfsncuJ i iiirraw Attorney Dou
thltt. ot the inn of Dnuthltt & Coko,
appeared 1 Jia accused man, who, it
wtr tie rem i.ibercd, killed ills wire at
vc i u somo months ago
David Hniun.ls n unmo that Is bet-, tho thiMtergnm who witness nijden-
tor known tbroushont tho world thnii''J klich plajs receive n moral frtlm
nnv other character In American lle-l wl,leh ,ho can not help hut licnnflt.
any other ennracter in American lie u ,s nnl,tCOTar. ( Bhu tho Btory ot
tlon Alnios' everj man, woman nnd tll), Krcnl ,llnj ()r g() llllo ut.tal) wh
child who can read, luis read Iho very icgaril (o tho entertaining character-
Interesting life ur tho shrewd old Istlcs of II ns i-vtrj good rltben Is
banker nnd "Iioss" tinder acquainted with "linvld Harunt." Tho
It Is such th.iincters ns David fact that lln Mellao Compiny Is going
Hnriiui that tend to iiinku good citizens, to give an elaborate production com-
of joung Amvilc.t. His llfo depicts plelo In ever detail should mean n
true Anicrlcnnmn Hint dogmatic
Itoosovcltlan spirit of do or die, to do
the right thing for our fellow man,'
oven If joii loose his friendship In tho
doing of it It Is such stories as
"David Iloriim " when pioperly depict
od that tend to clovato tho stage, nnd week
full opera hniiro uver evening during
tho rest nt tho week. '
A special mntlneo will ho given' on,
.Mr McP.r.e announces a big nrcxluc-
tlon of "Paid In-Hill' for lh0 coming
lrr, I lAt
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EVERY SPARE MOMENT
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mRwXSMOBBBiamvAn'Btiia, rr lnatu mTMnaty
MANOA VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
MANOA VALLEY Two story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine view. House mod
ern, (jrounds well improved $5500
UANOA VALLEY Building- lots. We have two bar
gains in building sites .,.$050 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Twb bargains in homes ...'...
$3000 and $3500
A ROOMING IIOUBE NEAR, TOWN Furnished; to lease
for a term of years, Good opportunity for the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of four to six
months. Rentals , ... .$60 to $100 per month
WICHMAN & CO. make a
specialty of fine copper plate
and die work.
Orders for Wedding and
Reception Invitations may
safely be left with Wichman
& Co., with the assurance
that the order will receive
careful and prompt attention,
and be executed in correct
H. F. Wichman
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A.B. ARLEIGH SCO., Hotel nr Fort
Starting April 2nd,
' . For Two Weeks Only
CORSET COVERS , 15c. to 75c. Apiece
. PETTICOATS t 40o. to $1.50 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS 50c. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now 5c. a Yard
TXANNELETTE 12 Yards for $1
Big Lot of LADIES' BELTS t 5c. Apiece
" " " MEN'S SHIRTS 25c. Apiece
" " VAL. LACE 12 Yards for 25c.
BIG LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
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