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EVENING EULttTIN. HONOtUlU. T H, TUESDAY, AUG U, 1910.
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M itcond-clAis matter.
ITruc dignity is never Rained by
1 And never lost when honors aie with
) drawn. Massinger.
j 0r nhrnil Willi the Pedoraltslte anil
.. (tin building llmiciliilii i:ia wiiIIimI
Itcpubl leans don't worry nlinut tho
future mi long a theirs In u icprcscii-
tatlve iKilltiful organization Tlio inn
innitt It becomes subject to boss mlo,
'thonlho Democrats may have reason
' to Up pleased
Kona Ih tho greatest homestead (Hot
s trlct of tli? Territory nml only iiu-
proved transportation In needed to
. make It ono of tlio most pnbqh'rous
, So tin- rnllroaj promoters have some
thliiR worth while to work upon.
Hiiri'ly there cm In- no olJi i lion
raised l Ureal liriialu lo the uppo
Blllnn nrrricd tho Hindus In Sim Prnn
oltco. Omit llrltulti can't makn koiiip
of her own possession accept t Ik
Hindus, though they arc llrltlsh sub
JecU. Organization without harmony It
f what Uncle Joe Cannon attempted,
. mill lie l going down to defeat; glor
' loua defeat hut nevertheless cortnfh.
. That's tlio way with all men who
' start out In politics to nrganlio and
Lloyd OriMciin t utly visited
Tloosovelt. Vice President Sherman
has been Riven the preference by
OrlEcoin'H committee. Can It bo that
Uilscom, liiRtend of carrying a peace
message from Tnft. called on Iloosc
VQlt to tell him that ho ought not op
poso tho Vice President.
Just why thu llepuhllcan commit-
H too wants charges preferred agulnst
I Its employe Andrews wo don't Know.
iiu una uircuuy uiuue iiiuikuii iiupus
slblo as a factor for strengthening the
llepubllcun party. That should be
charge enough If tliero wero not oth
era. 'I licrcfiire, iw recommend, If a new
agreement ran not he Intel reducing
this tonnage tax at leant " per rent,
on all Items mentioned, that the Leg
islature take such action us may lie
neiev-ar) fur the iHiiiiMllon of tills
.tvluirf li) the Territory nud extend the
wharf ho as to furnish docking facil
ities for all vessels coming to the
port. Wharf Commission lteport.
Prom tho foregoing comment on
; tho Kahulul whuif offered by the
Commission on Wharves and Land
ings, It would appear that the Investi-
. gators are very much on the sldo of
; protecting public Inteicsts hy public
Primaries hold today In the State
of California will show pretty con
clusively whether the Insurgent spirit
has thoroughly permeated thu life of
that great State.
Hiram Jolmton for tho Governor
ship and William Kent for Congress
aro thu candidates about whom the
hopes of the Insurgent lorces have
entered. They aro both good men,
uxceptloi.ally ablo men. They will
icpresont tho people and como as
near to making a practice of tho
bqiiaro deal In public life as It Is pos
sible to do.
Hut tho question Of the hour Is
whether California is even yet thor
oughly aroused, whether It has not
become so much In tho Irabit of belnt
controlled by tho railroads and the
Interests that It does not know how
to break loose.
If California docs 'eventually wake
un. there Is no doubt of tho result.
Tho nggrosalvo citizens of the Golden
West never do anything by halves.
rerSli Monlru ,fio
Trf Year, anrwheteiu U.S I.ou
Per Year anywhere n Canada, l.fto
Ptr Year fmatpald, foieie.n 3. cm
.AUOUST 10. 1910
PROTECT LANDING PRIVILEGES
Clearly the commission appointed
under authority of the legislature o
Invesllgato the wharves and landings
of the Territory. Ih iu l.ivoi of the
puhllp-owned whnif In I tic larger ami
more linportiiiit pons
On this matter the commission has
followed the lines of the best thought
In tin1 I'nited Slates, where the peo
ple have dlsrovcicd all too late that
by disposing of their waterfront to
private corporations they have given
the transportation companies the op
poiliinll lo grasp Hie public by the
throat and demand tilliuto from the
shippers for the use of and to pass
ner what should be their own prop
erty. Under local conditions the small
er landings can hn operated at less
expense by private Interests than by
the government, but there Is no ipics
Hull Unit Ihe government and Ihe peo
ple generally shnuldfhc. espeel.ill) on
guard -ngiiliiht any suricndiT 01 pub
lic rights and public property coo
trolling transportation outlets, Into
tho hands of private Interests.
Ono has only to reail what the com
Ulsslon has to say of tho conditions
t Kahulul to become convinced of
ml body's Idea of what should not
.0 repeated In other principal poits
Whether the Immigration question
is to be met by a compromise or not.
ceitaln It Is that this Issue latiuot be
shunted off with the assertion that the
party espousing It cannot carry tho
A great deal of reckless talking has
been done in connection with the Im
migration policy. Hut our fellow cit
izens should not forget that despite
the threats that have been made, a
great number of tho voters of the
Territory believe that continued activ
ity along this lino is a necessity of
Hawaii's best progress.
ANDREWS AND THE REPUBLICAN
Tho necessity for tho elimination of
Ixirrln Andrews from tho manage
ment of the Republican party requires
no moro serious and specific chnrgo
than his record In his own precinct.
Andrews continued in his present
position means tho defeat of tho He
publlcan party, because tho party as
a wholo will merely duplicato on a
broader scale thu revolt that Is on In
Manoii. Continuation of Andrews In
olllco makes tho llepuhllcan party
sponsor for u brand of politics tho
voters will not support.
If Andrews was placed in tlio posi
tion of assistant secretary to do what
ho has been doing, then it means that
tho llepuhllcan organization is mere
ly n medium for building up a system
that can bo bought and sold to serve
tho purposes of whoever puts up tlio
money and delivered by whoever Is In
charge, of tho manipulation at head
quarters. Any party operating nnd conducted
undor such conditions deserves to go
to defeat. Tho sooner tho truo char
acter of such an Institution Is made
manifest tho bettor, becauso tho hon
est average citizen has nothing hut
condemnation and eternal opposition
for vvoik and wotkors of this type.
As an olllccr or enlplojo or what
ever ho may bo of tho llepuhllcan
Central Committee, Andrews has made
n complcto falluro In tho capacity of
one Inspiring Increased conlldcnco In
the organization on the part of tho
rank and file. Wo doubt that tho
wldespiead suspicion and dlBtrust 'ho
has aroused has ever been equaled by
any man at headquarters,
Andrews' salaiy has como Indirect
ly from Importuut taxpaylng Inter
ests. Tho role Iu which ho has shone
with tho greatest brilliance, Is In tho
espousal of tho candidacy of Joel C
Cohen, who Is going up and down this
Investment bonds Eenorally aro
relllnr; at a price that will yield
higher return than lor jeara past.
Consult ii" when investing In -curltles.
Trent Trust Co.,Ltfl.
Member Honolulu Slock ami Iloud
Very desirable home, corner
Pcnsacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
The price is right and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
The Right Way
to communicate with
the other islands is by
town making speeches that array
class against class, more especially
the non-taxpaving cltlrenR against tlio
It may bo that Andrews will re
spond that ho has been receiving
money from Cohen or that Cohen Is
paying tho runners whom he sends
out, or ho mny deny that ho knows
Cohen or ever heard of him. Iu any
csibo tho public, und moro especially
tho llepuhllcan voters, havo u right
to know on what theory and under
what rule this sort of organization is
going on. If Andrews and Cohen are
tho llepuhllcan party the voters want
to know It.
Ono of the serious charges that Is
laid at tho door of Andrews Is that
hn has so conducted himself In tho
olllco to which lie was appointed that
ho has brought about a deep-seated
and threatening dissension iu tho lle
Just what tho Committee put him In
chargo to do, we aro not yet fully In-
During this month only we offer the following choice
Kaimuki residences for purchase, upon terms within the
reach of anybody desirous of acquiring a home. Small cash
payment and balance in monthly instalments. Call and get
particulars of these two special bargains bcfoio they arc
NO. 1 Three-bedroom house on car line. Spacious la
nais. Newly papered and painted throughout.
Lot 100:225, covered with shade and fruit
trees. Stables and servants' quarters.
NO, 2 New two.bcdroom bungalow. Magnificent view
of two oceans; adjoining Kaimuki Crater (re
served as a park). Either one or two lots, as
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE
Three-bedroom furnished bungalow on the Kaimuki car
line. One of the most comfortable homes in Honolulu.
Fort nnd Merchant Stret S ,
When Buying A
One that meets every demand
for perfect service; one that
combines perfection in the
works, style and character in
Ihe case to satisfy nnd picas
individual taste and rcquirr
ments. Onr Watches wc recommend
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
formed, but we know that the voters
of the Hepublb.m party will not kiip
poit this woiK Hint has been done
III the liaiiie oi I ic bod) c lotllcil with
authority to Menk for tho Hepubll
R. W. PUHVIS RESIGNS.
LIHUi:, Kntiiti, Aug. 13. Mr. It. W
T. Purvis, who has for years occu
pied Ihe position of Clerk o flhe Clr
cult Court her . In addition lo ids
many oiler duties, has sent In his
resignation, lo take effect September
Ho was first appointed lo this place
In Janttai) 1SS.", niter having lived la
l.lhuo for figliti-on months nnd lias
hold olllee ever since, with tho excep
tlotl of the yenis from lb!i9 to 1U0U
Ills parents anil brothers and sisters
then resided In Kealla, whero his
father was engaged In tho business of
raising sugar cane It Is understood
that tho new Incumbent of tho olllco
will bo Philip L. Klco. Garden Isle.
(Continued from Pace 1.)
"This Is an era of consolidation,
nud I most earnestly liopo that Im
mediate steps may bo taken to place
Honolulu In Ihe line of progressiva
cities, nnd I would recommend At
this time that a special committee
bo appointed hy thin Chamber to meet
with a llko committee from the Mer
chants' Association, Willi a view to
effecting a consolidation of the two
bodies. Should a union be brought
about, as 1 hope nnd believe It may.
Immediate slops should lio taken In
sortiro a permanent home for Ho
nolulu's greater Chamber of Com
merce, whero all tho work thai may
devolve upon that body can ho car
ried on conveniently nnd effectively.
Tho placo should ho made oaBlly ac
cessible to the public, particularly to
tho stranger, whq may bo seeking In
formation. Wo nlready havo the nil
clous of n representative nnd attrac
tive exhibit, which can bo added lo
as opportuully offers.
"Last year I submitted a plan for
purchasing n central site and ererl
liig a Biill.ihlo building for the home
or tho Honolulu Chamber or Com
iiier e. At that lime several mem
bers expressed tho opinion that the
Idea of a property to bo owned li
our Chamber was too premature, but
matters of such Import to the fit
tnro growth and welfare of our city
nro never premature. I am more
firmly convinced than ever of Ihe
great need In our Cnmumnlt) of a
Chamber of Commerce building, and
sincerely hope that Biirh a building
may bo provided within the ver
"Tho splendid support I have re
ceived during lit) different tonus of
nfllco from tho ofllceis, trustees and
members of tho Chnmber, It Is need
less to sa, Is most slmcrely appre
ciated. ItcspPi tfullv submitted.
".IA.MI0S P MOIttiVN.
' President. Honolulu Chamber of
Tuesday, August lti. Ill 10
Yeslerdnv flnvernor Prear irrant-
led a general pardon to ono Lukcln.
i.uitein wuh convicted or larccnv
at Knit, Hawaii, In September, 18S7,
and served his sentence for the
Tho pardon testotes him to full
' Ivil rig) Is.
, ' i. ,ly .in ()ig.i M'U'Kiiret
' l.uluibori,, .cd II years .mil It)
(Months, i' i ,?!ii;r of Olo llolmberg of
i ' ft v. i.s pla)lng with matches in
t e i -K yurd about C o'clock last
i.lght, ui.eti tier diess caught II ro nnd
before her mother could reach her
every stitch of clothing was burned
i off und not a spot of her body except
tho soles of her feet escaped tho
flames. She lived about three hours
in great suffering.
Woodward Will Try For
fMward Wnnilnanl, ox clerk of the
IIousp of IloprosriitatlrPR has sudden
ly appeared over Ihe horizon ns can
dldato for Count) auditor, mi the He-
publican ticket. He will opioso ".Mm"
lllckneli for nomination
Dan Pnliu, now nsslstnnl registrar
of Knmelininrlin Schools will try to
capture from Knlnuokalnni Jr.. the
County clerkship. Mo Is being backed
by his ndmliets, who seem In Ihlnl;
that there Is a chance of his nomlna
lion. Woodward Is considered nn able
man, hnvlng been graduated from
Onhu College Willi honor. Hn grad
uated the same year wtlh Kalauokalaiil
Ihe County cleik. Ho Is nt present
working along Ihn wharves, checking
freight for tho Ameiicnn-llnwnllnn
Palm Is a giaduale of Kamehani' lia
Schools and Is quite popular. Ho will
struggle with Kalauokalaiil Iu u linn
dclcrniluajlon lo snatch nvv.i) the olll-
clnl pen of the county government
Attorney Tries To Prove
Case Put Up ,
l.enng Kee wits found gulllv nt
the police court this lnorullig of hnv
lng sold opium to 'no informer for
the police. Tho case was a peculiar
one, as the informer did not tell a
straight story about some of tho in
cldcnts that occurred at tho time ho
purchased tho dope.
Judge, Hiinlphries appeared for the
accused and put up a good defenso
Hint was mado possible by tho fart
that tho Informer had purchased tin
bacco while In the Chinese house.
Tho defenso duluied that tho marl
ed coin that was found III tho store
drawer was tonileied In payment of
Ihe tobai o and not the opium. Hum
j. biles also tiled to prove, thiough
the defendant, that the Informer had
brought opium of his own into (ho
house In order to put up n Job on tho
Tho court listened to all the evl
deuce In tho case and then found the
defendant guilty and mdered him to
pay n lino of $Ii0 and costs.
'For Kalo" rnrds nt Tlulletln...
Victor of Victors
On Traok, Road and Tour
No car ior the price has ever
equalled the Chalmers' Record.
Few cars that sell for more have
surpassed the Chalmers' Record.
Spccificfations for the beautiful
new 191 1 Models on application
- r? - Ti -Tii
Continued fiom Pace 1)
nnd will bo carried to Knhiilul, whero
Ihey will be dlscluirged.
' The 1 1 llim Ian cornea from San
Prnnclsco und Pugel Sound ports. The
vcnsel was nine days In making the
Inlands. The (rip down from the
Sound wan characterized by fair
Twenty-four he.li) of horses arrived
by Hie vessel nnd Ihey are conslnned
lo Ihe ritib Slables.
The Height list Includes a wlilo va
riety of general merchandise from Iho
Plvc passengrrs wero left nt tlio
port by the Illlnnlan.
Tho Illlnnlan Is expected will bo
ready to sail for Kahulul, Port Allen
und lllto tomorrow evening, Tho
steamer, takes no sugar at Honolulu
but will gather up her return cargo
at other Island ports of call.
I.II1PR. Kauai, Aug. 13. A meet
lug or tho Kealla Itepubllcan Club,
Klghth Pieeliicl. was held at tho
Kapaa Courthouse on July Id, 101(1.
nnd tho following list of nlflcera wns
elected for tho two ensuing )oars'
President, diaries II. Hray; first
vlro-prcslilent, Hnso M. Castro; sec
ond vice-president, Joseph P. Ilellen
coiirt Jr ; seeietnry. James V. HKe
kela; assistant seCrctnry, II. H. Ab
bey; treasurer, John K. Knmnknl.
Kxccullvo" Committee (JeorRo II.
Palrchlld, John Oplo, Itoher't Puukl,
Joseph Schnrsch, Joe Hodtigucs.
Judges of niectlon John Victor
ian, John Ilililu, Joe flcln Jr
KEGEL CLUB OFFICERS.
UIIUi:. Kauai. Aug. 13. The l.l
huo Kegel Club had Ha annual elec
tion last month, at tho clubhouse,
and the following officers were ap
pointed to servo for the yenr 1910
President, P. Malm; vice-president,
II. Woltcrs; secretary and
treasurer, C. Maserj inspectors, fl.
V. Winter, W. II. Hlco Jr. and II.
A llltlu girl who frequently used
the word "guess" wns told tn say
' presume" Instead. Ono d.i) a caller.
Hoiking the ndtulrable lit ol tho llttlo
girl's apron, asked where lnr mother
got tho pattern "Mamma doesn't cut
my aprons by pattern," said the small
miss. "She just looks at mo and cuts
them by presume"
A man's life may bo like un open
hook of tho blank variety.
a m m
Kvcu u miser may ho liberal when
It comes to giving himself away.
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