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EVENING MTLLETm, RONOLtlLU, T. H., wtbjlfclbAY. AUG. 24, 1910.
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WEDNESDAY ..AUGUST 24. 1910
The only failure a man ought to
fear is failure in cleaving to ,h"
purpose he sees to be best. OeorRe
'l Incendiary llrcs in the great for
trsts o,(lio Northwest may bo put
jfdown an figuring later In. tlm wnr
M. ' . , , .,
ono iiuiHireti iiiuusuuu iijuiisis
oilo hundred tnousaiiu mum
now mill ii (inn hundred thou
'sand Honolulu In l'J in.
kr To one
Preliminaries to tho Itepubllcan
primaries make obvious to honest men
tho necessity for u primary 0nt I
'controlled by law, anil protected In
' the Interests of honesty anil justice.
Of course Korea Is annexed by
i Julian. That was why tho wnr was
fought, and Japan having be en: the
j victor "tho question was merely ono
of the 'date when the peninsula should
i bo taken over. :
President Taft will declare that he
has not, seen n great light but merely
wishes to secure tho adoption of his
Tariff Commission Idea. So don't fight
over how It was accomplished, but be
Jhnppy that the obvious trend Is to
Sward Progressive Ideas.
f It Is not uirprlslng to llnil a propo
"sltlon put forward to exchange tho
reileriiltl)UlldliiK silo. The enemies of
'!,tho MulTukii situ hnvo been working
. without' ceasing to open up the site
question iind get Congress ioncccjitljilljncn,
, a. transfer to tho Jrwln site.
I Honolulu doesn't need any "Now'
,York political methods for doing Its
jpartlsun politics. Tho light ,qf. Uie
.Manoa citizens Is n fight against ir
EbcIiciiio to graft tho New York Idea
onto tho honest Manoa treo. Wipe"
Kout tho grafters In Manoa and else
wnero. ' -
i Acht was all right till ho refused
to accept the political scheme, of tho
morning paper's errand boy. And
now A. U C. Atkinson Is represented
as being various kinds of on ignor
amus becnuso ho refused to accept
'tho dictates of an Andrews-Cohen
In vogue In tho corrupt and misgov
erned cities of the mainland
Tho main body of tho lleptibllcau
party stands for government of, by
and for the people, not government of,
by and for (tie bosses.
An honest vote and an honest count
Is what the Insurgent Republicans of
this city demand, and It is sufficient
to say of their enemies that every de
vice and scheme Is being brought to
bear to prevent such a vote and such
a count The necessity of n fight for
fair Methods bespeaks the degener
acy of the organization and tho char
acter of the bands Into which It may
have temporarily fallen.
, Manoa is tho precinct on which Im
mediate Interest Is being centered,
but the light Is on in every precinct
of the city.
Tho Issue nt stake Is represented
n the declaration
No 0 rafters,
A Square Deal for All.
Andre ws-Iluffnndeuu campaigners
In tipper MilHoa are telling the Hawaiian-American
voters that men -like
8teere, Hemenway, Cooper, vou
Datum and Glade are missionaries and
enemies ot the Hqwnll&ns. Through
"ie organi that .Andrews has referred
j as, "my. paper," these same treach
erous campaigners are declaring that
he Manoa Insurgents, are In league'
with i.'id doing the business of tho
liquor Interests. Crooked politics nnd
crooked politicians aro nil things to
Tho. Insurgent republicans
ot Manoa aro lighting for honest pol
itics and a square deal.
When ono of tho officials of the Ma
not precinct declares that he has two
roll books ono that ho .gives when
people ask for tho roll and another
that ho will tiso nt tho primary for tho
benefit of his faction tho people are
given nn ovldencn of tho brand of pol
itics that tho Republican Insurgents
uro lighting to eliminate from tho Re
,. '.SQUARE DEAL, THE JSSUE.
Voters of the rtopubllcun party
should not and wo bellevo will not
ih nliow tho petty personal nttacKs, and
mean insinuations of the aggregation
that seeks to boss the Republlcon or
ganization, to distract their attention
from the. main Issua that Is to be met
In tho primaries, namely, a fair deal,
n square deal, and tho assurance of
honest methods In tho party counsels
Every sensible man recognizes that
It )s, childish nnd pucrllo to try to
m make, tho people think that A, I. C
W. Atklnann ilnen tint l:nnv whnt the nn.
lltlcal situation Is In this city and
coun(y. I'qunlly foolish is tho strug
gle to put the vigorous and determined
citizens of Manoa In tho position ' of
lighting for that which lb wrong In
partlzanshlp or crooked In politics,
Kiilr politics and fair, representor
tlon by honest men Is the demand ot
tho Insurgent Republicans not only
of Manoa but of every other precinct.
Tho pooplo Imvo shown what they
think of ono man coming here to tell
them, what they should do,
Them Is no doubt of what Itejiubll
cans should ilo'to tho men who urn
lining every possible energy to sad
die upon thi) ounnfon pf the Re
liubUuu.iijrly the bnssUm und thy
GET THE BEST-AND SAVE MONEY
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These quotations arc speci
mens;; all ages at ppor
tionate rates, tee us for
full particulars about this
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Cut this Coupon out and mail to ns:
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The Mutual Life Ins. Co, of New Yoik,
Without obligating myself to, take a policy, I would
like information as to your new contract and tho rates for
I was born on the day
MAYOR GAYNOR -PLANNED TO TAKE VACATION
'INtEUROBE UNACCOMPANIED BY HIS FAMILY
Very desirable home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our oflke and
we will take you out to see
The price is right and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
SPACE. AND TIME ANNIHILATED
BY THE j
OFFICE OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 8
TO 10 A. M.
.. KUHIO'S JSLAND TOUR.
Delegate Kulilo does well to re
spond promptly to tho invitation from
Jlllo and thus get in contact with the
The Delegate cannot do too much
personal work now, or during tho com
ing campaign, In which he will again
head the Republican ticket.
About tho only danger that threat
ens the Delegate this year is the pos
sibility or tho peoplo In the outside
districts beginning to feel that
through his absence In Washington
and his association with important
personages at the Capitol, their rep
resentative has grown more or less
distant la his relations with the aver
age citizen of tho Territory. This Is
something that most every Congress
man usually encounters It he remains
In office long enough, and there Is no'
doubt that tho enemies of tho Dele
gate Imvo been fostering this sentl
ment In every possible manner during
tho months that he has been absent
attending to the public business of
Kuhlo's opponents havo been rank
Ing'a business, for the last two years,
of going ubout tho Territory promis
ing everything In sight, and .always
handy with the glad hand, tho "Hello,
Dill," "How uro ycr, John," and "I
hope, all tho folks aro well," and ri
Some people call this doing bun
comb politics. Others bellevo It a
proper method of getting acquainted
with the people. Kveryono knows that
except for tho reckless promises It
shows n personal Interest in nil the
peoplo whom tho candidate promises
to represent. Tho voters like it. v
Kuhlo should do more ot this circu
lating among tho peoplo and do It
with nn enthusiasm that sIiowb ho
means It. Ho should meet his en
emies on this particular ground and
while doing so establish In the minds
of tho citizens In every district that
he Is not unmindful of tho personal
views of his constituents when ha Is
handling tho big projects boforo Con
gress that have to do with the Terri
tory ns a whole and the welfare of
tho Nation generally.
If, the Delegate has tho time, n tour
of (lie Islund dlttrjcta jy easy stftgus,
enablliis,lilm to1 itpji atvery wayside
huullet ntid rii.it -with the. people,
would bo oiiu pf I ho best political
Itlcs becnuso It would bring the repre
sentative of the peoplo Into a closo
personal relationship with tho cltlzcnii
for whom ho speaks.
for whom he speaks. It would also
give tho opportunity for him to per
sonnlly expose tho falso promises
mado by his opponcats.
TAFTTs NOW PltOGRESSlVE.
will make your silver shine
like new, if expended in the
purchase of a ctke of
gorham Silver polish
Gorham Silver Polish
One ,cake will last you for
& Co.. Ltd.,
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TUairyVM i ' ' " -fivH t nits ,, iMMsisHJrA ' M v . v .J, I yt Aft n jyrrn I Wi
"' - ,";---., fTl. --. i - ' -Toll''"'.' ' Am ii.UIy..i. M.--.nny,i
peoplo best served If tho (arlff Is dealt
with sclcntlflcall, nnd each schedule
work that Justll a tho study of years
work tilt jiiHtin- . i h study of years
Is attempted in ono session of Con
gress, and that Is "Job" work wl.cu
President Tnft bus nppurenlly dons
his utmost In staying with tho reg
ulur tariff oiincted by tho regular It"
publicans. As tho returns from the
President Taft bv .Ills latest tnrlft l'eopio tnrougn mo primary voio iiiite
declaration may be wild to hnvo gono '""-' n- '" "nas ""'t lltl" ""i'os-
Blble, anil no now taucs up mo views
NKW YO. K, Aug. 10. When Mayor Qnynor was shot hp had Just bidden his fnmllv rare well nnd was
watching tho crowd, on the, dock, nt tho samo time talking to pei'Minnl ft tends on the steamer t'ntll u few
days before the day of tho assault It was tho plan of the Mayor to take Ills joiiiigest sun with hllu to Kurnpe,
but tliJi was abandoned, mid tho young man yis to remain with tlm other members of tho Major's large fam
ily on this sido of the .m call. The large group shows .Mayor dayiiiii' anil (wo of bis younger daughters. The
small picture Is Unit of Mrs Oiiynor and nn elder daughter
over tq the camp ot', tho Insurgents,
and, the claim can ahiu bo mado that
he Is carrying out lib own policy ns
represented in his demand from Con
gress ot a $250,000 appropriation to
enable the. present tnlrlff commission
to properly forward ins work.
Kvcrythlng points t tho tnrlft com
mission idea winning out nt last, 'and
the country has reason to feel grati
fied If this proves true.'
It must be ncfcpted by nil, that the
country will be bettur off uiid the
of tho Progressive element of tho
party, that unquestionably represents
an overwhelming public sentiment.
Mr. Taft has Indeed fallen In lino
with tho pinn pioscntcd In the Inwn
republican plntinrni. Of this the
Chicago Dally News, ono of tho Pro
gressiva Republican papers of tho
country, said somo woeks ago:
"In Its platform tho Iovvn Republi
can State Convention embodies a dof
inlto plan of Ueullns with tho tailff,
ciooKud mid trlcKy method Unit mo movta pomilblo. It tumid bu good pol-
During this month only we offer the following choice
Kaimukl residinces 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 before, they are
. NO, 1 7hree-bedrotm houe on car line. Spacious la
rials. Newly paperedvand painted throughout.
Lot 100x225, covered with shade and fruit
trees. Stables and servants' quarters.
. NO, &-New tw'o.beilroora bungalow. Magnificent view
of two ocetnsj adjoining Kaimuki Crater (re
served as a park). Either one or two lots, at
Tho pl"ii follows fiigp.eMi'iiis mado
from t to tlmo bv fcenator Cum
n'.. in , '.. .idilr.-jsen.
It call ji; mi intlepcniUnt, non
pa ''ir.ra tiMfl commission to kecure
fi i u: I' of Cougicss nnd tho pub.
lie iV ,-iucJse Information that Is nec
essary lo fu'iiMi u Ivils for Intelli
gent notion In icvirlng tntliT sched-
i'o.i. II Is siitsted that tho sched
ules should be cimhltlcicd separately
by Congresc wherever levislon Is
undertaken, so (hat Vach subjeet may
bo liandlu! on its own, merits,
"This is the .senslblo way to deal
with tariff revision. Tho usual policy
ot permitting tho Intorests to write
their own schedules and then to pass
them In luliimp by n hard and fust
combination among nil Interests nnd
sections works monstrous Injustice to
WE ALSO OFFER FOR 1EASE
Three-bedroom furnished bungalow on the Kaimukl car
line, One of the most cot ifortable homes in Honolulu.
l j Tort and. Merolunt BtreiU CL ,......,,. A
(Special Correspondence )
IIII.O, Aug. 22, Wm K, Itowoll, tho
vctcrnn cnglneor, Is at present busy
mnking soundings for tho Hllo Hall
load Company. Ho Is securing data
which will bo used in planning the
construction of the n6w- vvhurf near
the breakwater which was discussed
recently" nt the public meeting, and
will remain hero ubout n month. Ho
well is no stranger to wharf building
In Hllo, as the old Kinau wharf was
built while, ho was In charge of tho
Department of Public Win lis.
Tho railroad surveyors have run
their lines beyond Luuiuhochoc, and
tho location of the road lias been
made ns fur ns Muuluu. The perma
nent track Is now being laid on the
Pnpalknu sldo of the Hunolil bridge.
Tho riveting up ot tho brldgo Is now
being done. This wotk was delayed
owing to tho fact that the air com-
presbor which wus needed for this
work lny for flvo months on the whnrf
in New York before it whs shipped.
The following wireless message has
been iicelved by tho Agents fiom tho
H, H. Bleria
S, 8. Hluint. nt Ben, August 23. 11)10,
8 p, in. Ot cabin pass;iigi'rs. 8 steer
ago passengers. 2807 tons c.irgn, 210
sacks malt nnd Wella-Hireo l.'xpress.
1101 tulles from Ban rranclwo jleht
ship; moderate UNI!, winds, mnoolli
son; llm, clour vvuntliorj nil well. t
Politics oil Knuu: ate blxed up ns
follows In the Unrdeu Islaiid of Au
gust 20: , ' .
While imlltlcB on the Onrden Is
land does not cicnfe tho sensation
Hint It does ou.Oio other islands,
etltl there Is dmo of It that com
mands intersst. Mr. (Ico., 13, II.
Ilaker, tho.'prcsent County Auditor,
has positively btntcd to somo ot his
friends that he will not seek nil
other tcim ot. ofllce. Tho man to
till his place Is nut yet known. It
seems to bo even beyond tho spcSu.
J.Uion of tho wise onen.
It Is rumored that Sheriff Hlco
will again. t,cek the nomination for
another tnrili. Thero is no doubt
Hint ho wVll land the plum at the
Kopuhllcau county , nnd dish let con
ventions. With tho nomination set
tled, (hero will be no doubt as to his
reclcitlon In November.
Thu hiiggestlon tunics also Hint
Mr Joseph I. will oppose Mr. mm
again for the olllco. Tho IlepuUlJ
cans, hovvovor, aro not figuring to.
liously on .Ills i mining.
It bcenis certain that S. K. Knea,
County Attorney, and J. M. Kuno-
akua, County Clerk, will receive the
nominations of their party for tneir
icspectlvo joinces without abklng.
Tho latter, however, .'ri undecided
whether m: not ho would seek an
other term of ofllto.
There Is no talk nbout the sitper
vltorlal honor of tho district ol I.I-
hne. but It may ho safely predict
ed that Mr. II. D. Wlshnrd will ho
the unajilinous ihoKo of the Itepuh
llcnn party for supervisor; as yet
no opposition Is known. M. K Ka
nlkanlhlo, with his talk for higher
wages for thq road men, may try his
lujk, once more.
j It Is understood that Wnlnioa und
Koloa will icUiin 1', liny add W.
D, Mcllrjite to the .supervisorial
lu Kawalhnii nnd Ilaualel thoro
uro Klioly to be some haiiges, Tho
report from Kiiwnlhuu Is that S. W.
Meheula, tlio proscnt dcpu(y sheriff
of Kavvnlhau; .1. K Apohy'ulid John
Oplo, tho piobcnt supervisor of tlio
district, will all seek the nomination
for the county futheis Job.
John Oplo. however, may retire,
becauto tho iliUiwi of thu ul'.lcc lutur
feio Kouuvhat kci)iily with his
plantation vynrk. In that event, S.
W. JlVjyuilft' eems Jlliely 'to bo tip
man trT1- limU the plum euslly.
In Ilaualel It If learned on rolla'
bio Infornintlon that J. 1C. Ixjto'will
opiioso William Jluddy, , Hie piesent
"father" of the wet district. Iotn
Is a very popular )oung Ilawa'lan
nnd ho may be counted on to do
somo strong polling.
Tho aspirants for tho Legislature
on the Kcpuhllchli ticket mo .said
to ho lion. 13. A..Knudben, fori thu
Sonalc. Messrs. C. A. Hlcc. J. II.
Conev, Dr. llco. Iluddy, W. J. Shel
don, .las. K. Iviila and Manuel Jar-
din, fbr tho Hoiiho ot Representa
tives. Tho Homo Killers nnd Dem
ocrats aro not saying anything, b'lt
It may ho tafelv said 'that they are
sitting up and Wing notice.
Tlio closing nttracUon of the vnu
dovlllo and fnrco comedy pcugram ot
the Casino .Musical Comedy Company
continues to drnvv w'ell-lllled bouses
to the now Orphoum nightly. All of
tlio vaudeville numbers hnvo caught
ijn with the patrons of tho house while
tlm faico comedy "What Happened to
Jones," Is ono of the best in which
tlio members of tho Casino Musical
Comedy Comparty havo us jet, ap
peared In. Miss lluuyca's songs and
stunning gowns mnko up una of thfi
features ot the bill. Muudo Hockwell
makes u distinct hit In her two songs
while Olga Block's contributions aro
tho best she has done hcio. I-aurcl
Atkins Is doing another ono of her
character bongs und Is hrnrtly re
ceived. One of the best numbers on
tho bill Is Hurry Yiuriity'H1 turn. Ills
original skit called ' At Wnlklki" Is
the talk of'tlio town. Harris MtQuiro
Is right nt home, In his "lubej' Imper
sonations nnd Carlton Ohuso earns his
nightly plaudits with his well sung
Bongs. Thero win bo only rour moro
porlnrmanccs of tho picsont bill. The
usual matinee will bo given Saturday
but there will be no performance Sat
urday night, the Now Orpheum having
been engngod for tho Cordcll-Cprnyn
KO.MiK IIV A I.OCU, COMIMISIIII.
Jack I). Clenry, the gonial, nt Mny
& Co's. has blossomed out as u rival
of our own Bonny Cunhn. Clcary has
taken to song writing und his latest
Is u real lilt The new bongs, entitled
"Hunaway Vim Candy Man," Is being
very cleverly Interim ted tit tho Art
theatre by tho Mcluotie sisters, and
Its catchy nlr makes It pmlmhlu that
this little bong of WulUlkl will soon
bo whistled on the street by tho small
Uoy. Cle.iiy urltON his own words and
Mlldtrt fUtil Til II Alt I j nil. n.lr..l.,.. !..'
'ih"v "' mm i I'livirniMiuiD iuu
ill talent by Mttglns hi tonga.
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