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nVRNIXO nUIXETIN; HONOLULU, T. tl WrjDNnaDAV, AUG. 3, 1910
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BAILY tnd WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of etch week.
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Wrilluco R. Parrlnjcton,
P Month, anywhere In U.S .7n
Per Quarter, fmjrwhett In U.S 3.oo
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Per Yeai. iwtitaii, toielje n. . .. IS.oo
u CIRCULATION LARGEST OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii
rp; i Editorial Rooms, - 185'
1, SSI.) Business Office, - 562
entered at the PottsAct it lloooltla
u aecond-ttaia matter.
You may know the fellow
Who thinks he thinki,
Or the fellow who thinks he knows;
But' find the fellow
Who knows he thinks
And you know the fellow who knows.
' Creswell Maclaughlln.
Cohot. "Friend of the Hnwrllans."
Cull out tlio band.
Do joti want the Republican party
run by AndrewB-Cohonlsm?
Member of the lleptihilcnn Terri
torial Committee, what are you go
Ing'to tlo nhout It?
AmlrowH ami Cohen tlldn't'.wanl
the serUcos of John Wlso ct nl ; they
vlmply wanted assistance. -
Perhaps the editor of the tnnrrflm?
paper thought Senator Achi was
opening a political kindergarten.
What's this nhout closing l'cnrt
Harbor to commercial purposes? Is
there another foolish gumshoe game
going on in Washington?
Secretary llallli.ger tit making the
Fame response to the demaud for
party h annuity that will coins" from
the Andrews ramp of tin-pot politi
cians. In the, action of the Drills!) llousi
- of Lords eliminating the anti-Cath
olic phraseu from t ho King's oath;
Eft UU Illlll HUUIUIT CAirt:HBIDII UI I 111
stcaiiy ticciiiiu 01 intolerance.
Andrews and Cohen in their Inter
liw ndmlt that they have bean
sucking eggs, but declare mosta stren
uously that they did not hide the
eggs where the II it 1 I e 1 1 n said
Under the sway of Andrews, the
Republican party is being placed as
unnnimi. fnt tha rnwiwt iinrivinnl inll.
tits that havo eer been known In
Hawaii. And this is the work of
It is well said of a number of (ho
"ptirlstB" In tho "reorganization
camp" that they hao "reputations."
ffhey have. It Is generally under-
stooti unit tnej uoumn t no an tiling
that n burglar louldn't do.
To what bettor purpose, can tho
Territory devote its funds than tho
construction of a wharf, available to
all and on which all have equal priv
ileges? Isn't wharf construction
more to be desired than building Nil
tiaiui dams? '
Illhi shall lie, hoard, and It is u
pretty sitfo wager that Hilo people
sv will not consent to granting excltt-
slu ,wharf privileges that will levy
a' tribute- from eery passenger an-1
eVcr,)' pound of frolght going in and
out of Hilo.
'"Oh, jes; oh, yes; got In tho busl
iietfiulHi," sayB tho great harniontzcr,
Slxty.njno of them tried it In the
Manna prcclnst and were given a set
back with a unified. roll slate Headed
by tho great harmoulzcr and his ac
Ttj.uso the phraseology from Beverly-
thcro Is an uticonflrmed rumor
that-, party harmony und party" suc
cess,', woll us tho Interests of the
peoplo demand that political bosses
resign and tho action of the party bo
rop'resentahri of tho people.
j, . .
The gang caught trjlng to run
owuj with the Republican party
, shout that they nre being opposed
. bvy"tho liquor Interests. That dodge
w'uuj(. work. If tho liquor Interests
weio.trvltiL- to saddle such a lob on
1 the. 'public us Is being 'worked off on
Mho Republican party In tbe,namo or
harmony, thoy would'lie kicked as far
Into! the middle of i.ext weelj as lh
would-be bowl will go when tin'
ricoiJla onco got at them This In not
La't&t of Interests, but the do-
,est'polltit,B und'tlie wjuare deal.
PAYABLE IN ADVANC1.
fetSliMontm,.. .., ,,..,., ,ra
rr Yeir, tnjrwiiciela V3, .. .. f.oo
Per Year anywhere n Canada,, I. no
Per Year oatprd, lottftn 3. on
AUGUST 3, 10,10
HILO'S PROPER DEMAND.
Hilo has sent a messago to tho
Governor not only objecting to the
proposed wharf license Mint was all
but s!gn6d, but also asking the op
portunity to be heard.
Evidently there has been some seri
ous misunderstanding on the part of
the officials' regarding the amount of
intormatton the Hilo people had re
garding what wusjtbout to be done to
The solemn nssurance was given
by the Superintendent of I'tibllc
Works that the wharf matter was
brought up In the public meeting held
in Hilo to discuss the harbor lines.
-Ko.one else had such an understand
ing of -what went on at that meeting.
Few. ordinary citizens havo tho ca
pacity for wise flubdub and broad
wharf dreams that Is possessed by
the head of the Public Works De
partment llut nffer all wo find that It will be
necessary for the Superintendent to
come of Ills high and lofty perch nnd
get down to dealing with the com
mon herd, many of the best of whoin
sat through that Hilo meeting nnd
were unalilo to appreciate' "tho 'act
hat' when "the Superlnlcnddnt was
gihg them t'rf 'scna'rep'rciehtatlves
.j the Legislature who would appro
prlalo rdr-a-whtfrf.'liB Was- 'ali"'iiic
time thinking lit' "the "wharf llcYnse
ittow'ed B'ay",lh "the 'a'rcnlv-! nnd of
which Oie general public had not
We cannot help feeling Hint the
Superintendent 'sllppc'd n very' Im
portant cog when he said several
things about tho wharfage privileges
on Illlo and Honolulu.
Tho people would certainly be slip
ping a great many Important cog If
.they allowed the scheme set forth In
the proposed license to go through
without a full understanding'' "ol
where it would lah'd the jhibHc, while
it private corporation was getting
practical control of the nlco piece of
Hllo's request for a hearing makes
clear the, point made by tho Dull e
1 1 n , lb-it the people wnnt to know
something nbout their own business.
Let us hope that some tiny tho of
ficers In tho Capitol will learn this
REPUBLICANS MUST ACT.
"In myoplnlon It is to bo re
gretted that tho (Republican)
central committee should entrust
tho organization of Its forces to
one employing auch tactics as
these; and It seems Incrcdiblo
that after these facts aro known
that ho should bo allowed to con
tinue (he active management of
the party's affairs."
. This paragraph Is from nn open tot
ter written to the morning pnpor by
Alfred D. Coopor, a Republican vot
er of the Manoa precinct. It was pub
lished July 17, Tho manager reforred
to is Lorrln Andrews, who has been
placed In charge of the "orgnnlzu
Hon" tit 'tho Uopubllcah party
In tho rush of other, und at tho
time more Important ovents, tho I) u Y
let In did not dwell upon tho mat
ter at longth.
llut the day has cot'ni when the
rank and file or theJKeriubllcan jlnrty
should kndw why it man who attompts
to work personal politics and boss
rule in his own precinct is allowed
to continue in the active management
of the party.
What Androws did In his own pre
cinct Is undoubtedly being worked
out In etery other precinct, ilia com
bination with Cohen nnd the morning
pnper outfit Ib now vory woll umlor
stood It Is plain that he has con
ncctcd up deals to secuio tho nomlna
Hon of certain men and defeat cortaln
Is that what Andrews was placed
In the assistant secretaryship of the
RepnlillrTm )mrty to do?
IT thai llfo -worl: for whleh lio I
fcejng paid a monthly stipend?
Ih that what pooplo of prominence
In tills . city are putting up for?"
Learn To Swim
You will never learn to swim by
sitting on tho shore, nnd you will
neter own a homo It you continue
tho habit of paying rtint. Try to
swim. Hero nro opportunities: i
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Seven acres. House with
larpc livinp room, two bed
rooms,"rarage, servanti qnar-tersretc,""'-
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A Wireless Message
SEND ONE TODAY
The office is open from 8 until 10
on Sunday mornings.
If so the sooner it Is known tho
The II u 1 1 e 1 1 n does not bollovo
that Is tho work Andrews was named
to do. It believes thnt he Is operating
with the funds of others to build up n
little machine of his own. The evi
dence of It was In the Manoa precinct.
It is cropping up on etery hand.
Contlnuatlon-qf-this -sort ofthlnfe
means that tho Republican party will
go to certain defeat. Antl all on ac
count of this "harmonlzer."
Intelligent citizens of Manoa vill
not stand for It, though Andrews
proves himself so penitent thnt lie Is
willing to throw his associates over
board if he bo allowed to save him
No right thinking Republican will
support this sort of mnnlpilatlon,
and usurpation of authority.
It the reformation la not Instituted
by the Republican managcrs'tinj the,
llnancle.-s who nro responsible for
Andrews anil who should kno' of
what Is being dono, it will tortnttily
The only available Beach Prop
erty on -the-cor line.
We have for sale at Waikiki 400
feet of Heach Property, a portion
well improved with a large and com
We arc authorized to offer this
property as a whole or in. fifty to a
hundred-foot strips 'to suit- the pur.
Particulars and terms at our' office.
Fort and Merchant Strefti
excell in quality of work
manship. Our prices will be found to
be the lowest in the city.
Examine them and compare
them with others.
II. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
be accomplished at the polls when
the people havo their opportunity to
expiesi themselves Independently of
manipulated nnd bossed delegates.
Tho Republican party cannot evad)
tho 'sili.i.tlon that Is put before tho
cltlzenx of this city and county by
reason ct tho activity of Lorrln An
il re wb
Tho public should know whether
the organization of the Republican
party Is to bo curried on to establish
a bosshlp, working on other people's
jmonoy, or If' tho Republicans In tho
precincts nro to have honest nomina
tions, honest elections, and delegates
sent to the conventions who lire wise
and cnpahlo men and can be depend
ed upon to honestly represent tho
party spirit as well as their constit
uents. All the pooplo want Is H fair 'leal.
Andrews' harmony dodge Iff rl.liun
lous and it Is only necessary to point
to the record of the Manoa reclnct
itaione of the many proofs.-
ALL WORK, NO PLAY,
NEVER A VACATION
CHICAGO, July 20 George M.
Heyuolds, head of tho $200. '00,0(10
Continental and Commercial Hank
nt the age of forty-live, Is a living
examplo of what attending stiletly
tl) business, will do for n man, Pres
ident of tho second financial Insti
tution In America wlillo young
enough to bn tho' boh of many of his
directors, Mr. Heynulds Is a man
who" noer stepped out of tho beat
en track or ever stopped working
and never suffered1 n reverse. lie
has neter lost n Hay from slrknota;
he linst never tnkt'ii a vacation that
did not have business Inside; ho
does not drink; ho tloeB not smoke;
he does not play bridge; ho does not
play golf; he has' no fawirlto au
thor; he has o hobby but banking;
ho lias no country resideure; he does
not oven take exercise; hp works
nlr.e hours a day. "Mnko your bus
iness your pleasure and marry early.
These are my rules," said Mr. Rey
nold. "I man led nt nineteen n
girl In the Iltlln lown country town
where ' cashier or tho bank.
My Itc .ne. 1 don't play 'any
door i. -it-a I havo no Interest
l.i them- -d jet I never was In
be- tic i in my lire. I havo an
( ,i 11 I rltle three Utiles n
week. I never w-ent to any college.
I began rs a messenger In a bank
BULLETIN ADR PAY-3CT
fmsr I Xpl
JsLBl .Il-X . mm
Degrees Given Bv Harvard Td Morgan And
Starts The MerryGo-Round
rrioMHYpAnuirlcnn Vtenn AsftnctdUon.f i
Ilet!is Mass., duly 20 -When llnivard gao degree to ,1 i'lcipoiit
Moignn and lloorunr llught'S. with Colonel Itoosovelt looking on. little did
the college otllclnlu think the were going to keep politicians tip nights
neuritis out vailoua comblimtloiis of ftmt will and will not happen Tho
fact Unit Molina lulled to hurry up t0 meet Itoosovelt means that Wall
stroit 1b "layliis" l"r tho Colonel, u-toitlliiB to tlib gossip of aonie The
fact that Governor Ilughos smlletl uf(.,. ,H talk with the Colpnel means
"thuio'o a dark day eoiuliu, for otlior8." Then tho conference on lidrgess
point UHucfii Tuft nnd Itoosovelt moan's so ninny illfTeiriit things that tlif
puhllo Is left to tako Its cholcn. Ho patte.i Tnftj ho 'did 'not pat him, and
so It goes In the meantime Mr. Morg.m In golnn nhoad maklUK monoy
notwltliBtandlng his degree, and "Qoomor Hughes Is still flKhtlnk marchlno
polltlelims, ( "
Much Work Ahead If
It's nil a matter of funds that Is
bothering the city and county road
board In going ahead and rnrolim
oift the plans fur cither the malijtc-
nence of the present roads as tho
construction of now highways in Ho
nolulu und the outlying districts.
There were a lot of routine mat
ters turi.cd over to the road commit
tee nt last night's meeting of tho
Chairman Quluii reported thnt Hn
glneer Gere has negotiated with the
Oahtt Hallway and Land Compaii) fdr
the right of way for it road on the
Walalun sldo of W'alnca Gulch, tho
railway company agreeing to remove
tho looso rock ami stone along the
cut, which will effect n saving to tho
This is a piece of work that tho
committee has had in mind, but It
hits not been able to tlo anything
on this particular piece of road. It
Is at the present time a very sleep
hill and, very difficult to get over In
wet wcithcr. It is also very dutiKor-
ous. Tho proposed new rut will
eliminate the railroad crossings en
tlrely. It Is recommended that the
City nnd Coui.ty Engineer he In
structed to go ahead and negotiate
with the railway lompatiy mid make
till necessary arrangements, and that
the road supervltur of Walatua b!
Instructed to build the road as soon
as he Is finished with the work he
Is on nt the present time nt Wal
Tho road committee' also rerom
mend that the lOHldents of Kuua-
wal lane are entitled to ro-olvo con
sldcratlnn, and upon tincstlgatlug
the merits of a petition received fiom
this district, the mad board recom
mended thnt tho lane receive attan
tlon and I e pairs.
Itoad Supervisor Mejer of Walanao
district has been asked to investigate
and tnke Fteps to prevent tho Im
proper trimming of trees along the
government toad near tho l.ualiialel
homestead by workers from the Wal-
anne road gang. It Is also claimed
that the workmen started fires along
the road In order to burn lubblsh
ut.d tho flames ret fire, to tho trees
und that they ure dcstiojed.
Hotol street, between Alapal and
Nuuanii stieets. Is expected to soon
lecelvo attention nt tho hands of the
road board. Qitlnn and the commit
tee havo recommended that the
street be scarified nnd light material
added when necessary. It Is claim
ed that the work -will entail vcryl
small expense. inn lecomnicnoa-
tlon Is made -that no oil boused on
this pprtlon uf the street,
. The board has adopted the report
coming from lho road tOmmlttco re
garding tho proposed-' widening of
Nuunlul street' from the mausoleum
to the Junction with tho Country
Club lane. The. report reads as fol
"In regard to a petition from Sev
ern! property-owners nnd resident
from N'utinnu Vnlley, relative to tlju
widening of'Nuuanii street from tho
mausoleum up, which was lefcrr'ed
to your comtiMtlec on roads, bridges,
parks and public Imprmo'mciits, after
Investigating same, beg le.ivo to re
port that the Ilhpld Transit and Land
Company proposes to extend Its lino
ns far tip Nuuailu as the old Queen
Cumin's plate. Tho rarhl transit
urwit.tn ltiffif.ii flu. J'.uiitiiltf nn Hint
hey can not commenco said work'
until about the first of November,
as the materials, rails, .tires, etc,
have been ordered mid wll not nrrfvo
In Honolulu until about that time.
The iitupert)' -owners along said retail,
with hut ono exception, are wllllna
to give their lauds to the' city, nnd
county free of rharge, providing lho
city nnd county curbs said avenuo
and movei the fences back Them
nro a great many places nlrcndy
curbed, and tho majority of tho
places .tin not rcqulro nny fences, us
they aro already on tho proper lino.
The curbing and moving of fencei
therefore will not icost tho city an.',
county a great ileal of money. It
will be n boncrtt to the general pub
lic oh well as the residents of that
district to hao a good driveway.
"We recommend that the? city anil
county engineer tonipleto tho survey
of said street, which wo understand
Is about Ilnltlieil. with the under,
standing that tho street Is to ho fifty
feet wide and four-foot sidewalk; ami
that the cits and county 'engineer
furnish to the property-owners, when
requested, their proper street grade
apd width In the City nnd County
of Honolulu as foim ns tho Rapid
Transit and Land Company stitrta to
lay Its track "
The pulsation of tho local stock
market was not of the stongest In lho
manifest dealings today, ulthotigli
ipillo a little business was transacted
but mofllj In the lesser stocks.
The feature of tho session sales;
was. 133 shares of Alcllrydc. divided
In small blocks, changing hands nt
0.23. This shows no advance in tho
quotation hut 11 would seem, from tho
numerous unuill wiles of this Rtock
that considerable is being "sunk."
Ono hundred nnd ten of Oaliu Sag.
moved nt 31. A tilflo weakness lit
mnnlrest in thla aWk, hut no slump
$10,000 of W'alaltm Cs at 10I.7G and
$1,000 Kauai 0s nt 10it moved between
boards. A small block of Haw. C. &
S. at II Is-n lift of a point ocr tho
Inst previous sale.
"For Rjlo" pnrdtt at Thitlntln...
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