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EVENING EULLETItl, HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY, AUG. 1C, 1910
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Experience shows that success is
due less to ability titan to zeal. The
winner is he who (jives himself to
liis work, body and soul. Charles
t Republican Miters lire beiliilng
dicmxclvcs. Keep tii the Rood work
plltll I he hint vote Ik counted
lluiuiliihi litis ton many progressive
mt'ti to make II probable that Its lead
ing parties will 'Ik iluinlnati'il by
bosses or factlomillstH.
' National Committeeman Hnlstclii
lias tin' right' Idea If ho holds lo the
IirlntilptP that proper organization of
Iki Republican party can not ln car
rlcil un liy the promotion of faction
Congress hns voted to secure H com
plete city block for dm Federal build
ing In Honolulu. It In not only the
duty but tln irlvlliKn of our people
in do all dint they ran toward tho
pcctly 'Oi...uinmallon of the plan.
Cheers nnd n tiger for the Hummer
School nnd tlm ftploudld record made
by the teachers of our public schools
I.i;t this bo n reminder that money
spent rut public, education Is the' best
fnvMlment n commonwealth" "can
I I'rnsldout Tnfl npponra to finally
realize that the Republican party
must ndJiiBt llitelf lo the njnv spirit
of the times, or lose a Rood share ot
Un strength and power through, the
organization of n new parly repre
senting the Progressives of the coun
try. i They must liavo pessimists In Tex
as Judging from tho following edi
torial comment from a Texas paper!;
"I hate to vote for u scoundrel
thief, llnr, or general reprobate " for
fiovernor of the grent State of Texas.
And us wo must depend on hearsay
and tho stuff that Is printed In the
newspapers concerning tho sovor.il
candidates for llovornor, wo have con
cluded that we aro up against n hard
proposition. J. Martin Jones of
sotijewhero up In north Texas, seems
to be, tho only ono in tho bunch who
should bo permitted out of tho ponl
tcntlury. Say whnt you please nbout
Mexico, tho .Mexicans never had to
mal:o n choice from among such an
HAWAII COUNTY'S AWAKENING.
Wo commend tho digest of tho Ho
nolll road Investigation published In
this Issuo to nil citizens of tho Terri
tory lint, morn especially to tho vot-
; ers and taxpayers of the County of
It Is to ho hoped that the findings of
!hu Investigators will not only arouse
ho people of Hawaii County to take
tho necessary legal steps for protect
ing the public and to bring tho delin
quents to account, but also stir 'them
(o political activity Hint will make
Impossible tho election of County
Supervisors who will carry on such
a disgraceful road policy as has pre
vailed In that County so long.
I Huwull County voters should wipe
out overy Supervisor whoso record Is
"not absolutely clear on the tldo of
good Imslness'nilmlnlstratlon, partic
ularly In bundling tho roads of the
rj They should put In. tho pluco of the
neglectful nnd delinquent olllccrs.
IWnioii who will pledge themselves to u
(5 business-like, honest and progressive
policy, nnd men Vhoso records are
isuch us pluco them on tho list of de
1 pcndablc citizens.
'r. Hawaii County peoplo nppeur to
jhavo started In tho right direction for
It weeding out tho Incompetents and
liutllng In olllco representative cltl-
jf7.YUS WHO Will UCl IUI UIU tuliimuu
Etat ns hong. that for (heir own ben-
font, as well ns tho good namo cfilla-
iwall, they will continue In tho good
:,!,. ,K Lwa-mM'-''"
tntered at the Poitoffice at Honolulu
aa aecood-clast matter.
.AUGUST 15, 1910
LANE ON B0SS1SM.
John Iino was misrepresented by
tho morning paper. Thai was lo be
What Mr. I.nno said at (he time nf
the Interview with the morning paper
reporl'er Is published in uiuarbled
lnriii In the minimis of tills paper It'
expresses living truths of politics.
Ilosslsm cannot prevail in this town
or Territory while the voters of tho
Itepuhllean parly are nllvo to their
resiMinslbllllles. The rules of the Re
publican party nro such Unit tho pre
cinct club organization und tho con
vention organization und tho commit
tee organization will be thoroughly
representative If each citizen will
glvo to the science of government,
sometimes called politics, the time
and attention that It-dcservcs.
It Is hardjy true dint the rules of
the Republican party make boss rule
Impossible. It Is possible under nny
rules that might be framed In keep
ing with representative government,
for boss rule to become established,
but only through tho Indifference of
the nverugo voter. It is possible for
a man In whom BuindoM confidence
.h reposed to place lilin.ln toucli with
ho detulls of .party management, 'to
uso dint opportunity for his own
nds us to build tip a personal ma
'bine, an organization subject to bin
demands and not lesponslvo to the
demands of the people.
UventB of tho last few V'ocks nnd
days o far to confirm the conclusion
of Mr. Luno that Urn voters of tho Re
publican, party, intend to have u rep
rcstntittIvirofganlzntion, not ono that
Is bossed. We bellovo events of tho
coming weeks will clinch tho conclu
sion. Tho awakening of Republican vot
ers has 'been widespread nnd most
gratifying., M4n Jn the ranks and men
not hitherto engaged In politics ns a
regular diet, have decided that thcro
shall bo at least n fair deal, and hon
est methods sbnll prevail. They In
tend that the Republican organiza
tion shall be an organization of all
elements working harmoniously and
cot an organization manipulated for
tho benefit of an (individual or n fac
tion. Thero Is no doubt ot tho peoplo
getting together for tho purposo of
making tho Republlonn party a repre
scntntlvo body of men working for tho
best Interests of Hawaii, not the In
best Interests of Hawaii, not iniwcr
Ing tho beck nnd call of a few schem
These nro good signs nnd It is to
bo hoped that IJ(o Republican man
agers will tako notlco nnd govern
(Continued from Pace 1)
W. Halcmano, Sam (1. Kalmuloa, Abel
Ah You, .James Achong,
MrB. Hendricks, Mrs. Weaver. For
ester Ralph Hosmer und W. It. Cusdo
each told tho teachers this morning
ot tlo Ideas of conservation nnd each
of them was enthusiastically received
and applauded at the end ot tho short
From tho point or achievement, tho
session of tho school which has Just,
closed has been moro than successful.
Of tlm 133 teachers enrolled 112. re
colled certificates for tho first tlmo
or have certificates of n higher grado
than held boforo,
Tho work which has pleased thoso
In rhargo of tho school tho most Is
that ot the teachers of what has boon
known ns tho fourth division In which
thcro were thirty-four teachers enroll,
od and twcnty-nlno of whom recelvoil
certificates for tho first tlmo. This,
division was made up of Hawaiian
teachers woli had been In tho teach
ing servlcd for many years but who
had never qualified for certificates by
passing tho required examination. At
the first their work was rather poqr
Mr-t-'i' tAtc.l ti'iA., 1i Mr
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REACH FRIENDS BY
THREE OR POUR DAYS AFTER
THEY HAVE SAILED
Office Open Sundays, 8 to 10 A. M.
but heforo the term was half dono
they had struck their pare nnd wore,
doing ns woll us any of die' tenchors
in tho school.
In division one, grammar grade,
there were twenty-two tcachors, twen
ty of whom received certificates; In
division two, primary grade. Ihoro
wero forty-ono of whom thirty-five
were certificated; division direo thlr-ty-slx
with twenty-eight certificated;
nnd In division four thirty-four enroll
ed and twcnty-nlno rertlficntod.
Chief MCDuluo and Sheriff Jnrrctt
left' town for Bwa this morning and
they had not returned up till ono
o'clock this afternoon. Tho cnuso ot
the hurried trip was tho news Hint
reached town to tho effect tlint An
(ono Lopez, n I'orto Rlcnti laborer,
had stabbed n boy who In soma way
Tho assault Is said to liavo taken
placo In tho camp yesterday, nnd for
During this month only we offer the following choice
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reach of anybody desirpus of acquiring a home. Small cash
payment and balance in monthly instalments. Call and get
particulars of, these two special bargains beforo they aro
NO. 1 Three-bedroom house on car line. Spacious la
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Lot 100:c225, covered with thado and fruit
'' trees. Stables and, servants' quarters.
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of two oceans; adjoining, Kaimuki Crater (re
served as a park). Either one or two lots, as
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Iho case to satisfy and plcasfl
individual taste and rcauirc
Our Watches we recommenrl
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a tlmo It was thought that the lad
was fatally Injured. However, tlm
plantation doctor was quickly on the
scene, nnd ho ntlondeil to tho wound.
Tho boy has every chniico of recov
ery, nnd It Is leportcd that Lope
will bo In custody within n short
t mt 4
Tho Sunbeam und Crndlo Roll
classes of Central Union church will
hold n picnic ut Kuplolanl l'nrk on
Wednesday of tills week.
Tho mothers and children nro invit
ed to bring lunch, which will bo
served ut VI o'clock. '
Children's games will bo pluytd In
the afternoon und Ivappelmclstcr Her
gcr und hand will furnish appropriate
SUGAR from Hnwull to tho omount
of U.iOO sacks lia3 arrived by tho
Intcr-lHland sleamei- Holone. Tho ves
sel nlso brought 122 sacks coffco nnd
18 packages sundries. .
Fort and Merchant StrcU S . . . . .
When a Cool and Refreshing Beve
rage Is an Important Factor in
WARM DAYS causc nervousness and
weariness -minds become sluggish and
do not work with the alertness they
should. PR1MO BKER' not only
corrects this, hue is a tonic food and
promotes health., .
Order a case todayput some' on ice and drink a bottle
when you are hot and tired. Be sure you get
m 0OxM .
(Continued from Pace 1.)
Hon to his valor).
Tho ci.'.iple wero married In Texas
and h"- - II "d In various p-irts of
lie- I .ica before coming to
It: nou. lt .May, lOOfi.
Abtolut divorce, peimnneut all-
i."" am. ustody ot the minor son
a- eil by Mrs. Norgnard.
11. morning n motion wns filed
by Nnrgnnrd's attorneys to strike out
iiom tho record tho nffldnvlt of Mln
nlo Todd ns being Immaterial und In
competent in tho case.
-BULLETIN ADS PAY-
The .Reer That's
To Suit Tile
lj3yytJ!g''"',1' ' ' '
(Continued from Pace 1)
was plainly shown through u series
of conversations1 that wero hnd with'
the Japanese by the officers nnd men1
fiom the Com old
Tho .Tapiinei'o vessel continued to
Ho off Lnysnn even after tho depar
ture of tho "Concord for Honolulu the
latter part of July.
Other Japanese vessels wero met
with on tho outward and Inward
voyage of the Concord. It Is believ
ed Hint a systematic campaign Is be
ing conducted by the Japanese, with
Laysau and other neighboring Is
lands nnd reefs as their field for op
Victor of Victors
On Track, Road and Tour
No car tor the price has ever
equalled the Chalmers' Record.
Few' qars that sell for more have
surpassed the Chalmers' Record.
Specifications for .the beautiful
new 1,911 Models on application
, ' , ; ' . ,
Mm Hp 'JjjIH
Tho Thetis, while unavoidably -de-1
laycd In getting nwny, may yet over
haul a poaching party, slTould sho ho
able to sail within tho next few days.
Inquiry of the KedornI authorities
concerning tint tlmo of departure of
tho Thetis elicited no definite Infor
mation regarding her sailing or her
However, tho Thetis Is tlm center
of considerable! activity, nnd co.it
mid supplK's ill o being hurried Into
tho cutter at u lively rate.
A CAIU.i: to tho lotnl blanch of
tho Merchants' Exchange announces
tlm departure of tho American ship
Falls of Clyde from Caviota, des
tined for Honolulu,
Till: AMERICAN oil tnnkcr Rose,
crans, with u shipment ot fuel oil,
has arrived nt Knannpall, The ves
sel brought fuel from Onvlota,
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