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EVENING PCLLETIN, HONOLULtT, T. H . THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1910.
DAILY csr.,1 w i,7 1.1.7 Tclltf.nl hj 7!HI.7IT7iT TTI7JT ISTTT77Q CO, 7.TD
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tflc who wishes to do wrong it
never. without a reason. Sydm.
Col. Roosevelt Is entirely unfu In
declaring Hint Iip asks tin quarter.
New York has been prnlng fin
Kiln. When New York prays for any
thing it la very budly needed.
If tliu Hepulillcun party fulls of vic
tory nt the coiaiiiK election, It Is cer
tainly up to Tour citizens to explain
Tlio frost Unit Kxploror I'erry run
up against on tlio, lecture plalforin
Bpoins 'r iiinl tn tlio one lie foiiuil lit
the Biibposcd North I'ole.
Any city blessed with a surplus '.1
"grontqr anil Letter" promoters can
reach most any figure In population.
Honolulu has such a surplus.
It Is loporteil that an Ire wagon
ran oer n ilog In the Kalinukl dis
trict yesterday. If Unit iIim-h WJHires-
nge KU&.OOO for lllir, then go to Mis
souri. Docswl'reslilont Andrews of the' Mri
not precinct onlcr that Seeretnrj
Duffanacau shall not expose, tlio list
of motors to the view of tlio despised
Onoltiundrod Uintis'and 'for Hono
lulu liti 1 K 1 r. will not ho so li.ird tc
reach with one hundred thousand
tourlstH and one hundred thousand
Immigrants on the way.
Seciclaiy Wood reviews tlio tour
ist Blttlntlon and declares that Hono
lulu u'linnklng- (good, frhere'jrnOtr
douht of It, nnd possibly tlio IOO.O0C
mark will he reached beforo 1'JIE.
One of the things that tho Andrews.
Cohen ring might feature Is tho mem
ber who evidently ihnuglit It (rleasant
nnd funny to tell vulgar stories o'l
his' alleged relations with n woman.
J. I). Rockefeller was lined $S for
"scorching" In his uuto, and he. paid
it. That Is not bad when It U known
that his income Is nearly thnt much
n minute nnd ho was also using hie
uk that 'faintly trou
bles In tho Republican party moan
U cay imya for the Democrats. Did
thoy ovr hear of the licking a man
once got for thinking thut ho' would
, profit by n family row?
Huffundenu must bo crazy with the
heat when he goes so far as tu refuse
Republicans of his precinct access tc
tho roll of voters. Hu must know
that ho cannot maintain such a posi
tion beforo honorable citizens of any
It does seem rather nwful that tho
business inon of tlio city living In Mil
lion should hno suddenly bocomo so
Ignorunt and so unworthy, and so far
E'l beyond tho pnlo of decent politics,
since they imvo decided to contest n
fc7 prlmnry election with Andrews nnd
7- 1 111 ft ,, n ,1.1, t , 1 .1 ,1 C.I...W. .I.nw I. ...... .1a
4il.,lMluil, ...lit nilllU lliu lltlvtT ue-
clared an eternal warfuio agulnst the
brntid of politics thut Andrews and
i r Ilurfundcuu stand for In that precinct.
Ml. llnf It Ic.'i .... r..l n.i.n it t
witfc .1 intl t uniui, 1 1IU .UtlllUil Jll-
v surgent Republicans know exactly
wliat tliey uro doing.
,. Thoy know what soil of on honest
deul they want In politics for them-
P sulvos und livery other Rcpubllcuu
lv voter, and offer u sulllclent export-
Jtr enco to comlnco n ory largo number
Kt it I tin iifufil tint rutililiitilu llinii li..
ilocldud tlmt they cannot Kt such
trttti tliuMt friitii tint nMlt((il ilm lu.ml.
PA ti ii ml tmiPulifilnil liv Amlrtu'u
t "i Mica ri i ft j )tvnn
Nothing could bo more ridiculous
'than Hie talk thut these InmirKouU In
(kMujinn mo having llin wool pulled
r;,oui (liolr ejus by somu ilnnp-ilyeil
LHU'' Hl" Aiihl, rJJiMiiy (JJailt
hvr vyit" r imynnw i-Uo wiio Imiiiivii.
rtrSli Mootal ......,. .Bo
rr VOr, mfwbttc la VS. .... I.oo
Per Yer. tnjrwbere n Cantdi. t.ffo
Per VMf txMtrxId.'fotcifD .. 3.on
Intend at (he Ptxtoffie at IIodoIoIo
u tecood-clait matter.
.AUGUST 25. 1910
to oppose the Andrews brand of rol
llics that Is being grafted into tho Ma
Theso men know thnt they linvo not
received a square deal nt the hands
of the present olficlnl ring They
know that tho precinct hns not been
properly represented nor Ims It been
fronted the position mi I considera
tion that Its Importance in the gener
al community affairs Justifies. It lias
been blighted by borlsm nnd manip
Theso men know thnt In order to
defeat tlcm, tho rres.Mit olHrlal ring
must use and Is using tricky methods
mil liberal misrepresentation, tie
tatter In the hope of misleading Ignor
That Is the gist of It. And when
Mieso Insurgents are told that they
;c cooperating with the opponents of
It cent politics, they smllu und .ill oth
.'r Intelligent people of tho city smile
.vlth tli"in nt tho follv of the perrons,
iiijiportlng the Andrew combine, who
Jfas'v- si-t. (liprusclvcH up jib political
mentors, nnd would-be dictators.
,.'rTHAT SECRET ROIL
i j, , ., .
Secretary Ruffandcau's refusal to
illow tho members of his precinct
ub to seo and thoroughly. Investigate
. jo roll of citizens whose names nro
ifinou nsivoters in tho precinct, takes
.l'o Mnncju dlftlculty beyond (he Con
ines of a local struggle, nnd makes It
ouo thut Involves th very touhdiitlons
jf party Integrity.
Who ever heard of n fair and lion-
ost and strniglitforvvard election car
iled on by olllclnls who rcliiscd to nb
jUVU'iJltLuL.V"lcrsjo bu mudo lmh-
What sort of a party must tho Re
publican parly or any other organ
ization be, whoso olllclnls declare that
;hey will niako up n list of tho voters,
uut nonw others .Hum tho olllclnlB shall
jave access to UxuX list, und nona oth
er be In a position tn pass upon tho
fights of tho persons enrolled.
If this Is what tho Republican party
In nay of Jts .minor organizations Is
to be allowed to stand for, what can
ihe peopie expect of It uhen conduct
ing the business of the public.
If It Is not proper that the list of
voters bo glvon full publicity, why is
it that the law of the Territory re
lulres that the list of voters In tho
regular election shnll be posted out
ildo tho voting booth?
This latost position that tho Ma
rion ofllululu lmo taken Is an insult to
'.he sense and decency of any man
who wunts an avcrngely square deal
In politics of any kind.
It may bo that Ilurfandeau mndo
this refusal In a fit of anger nnd will
think better of It. Ha needs to.
This brings up n vital Issuo on
hch the party might well go to u
complete and absolute defeat, If tho
position of Uuffandcau bo persisted
In, as concerns Manoa or If It bo
found to prevail In uny other pre
FORT STREET PAVING,
Proper paving of Fort street, or at
least repairs to the main thorough
fare between the waterfront and Her
etunla nvenuo hits renched the propor
tlous of a solemn duty.
We uro now approaching tlio Bea
3on of the year when tourists and
prospectlia Investors begin to drop
In nnd mnko their estimates of the
city. The uppearance of our strectB
gives tho first Impression, (lint Is us
Tho condition of Tort street, In the
center of tlio retail district, Is most
deplorable. Tlio street Is u disgrace
to a wldennuko city, und If not with
in the supervisorial power to repac,
it should ut least bu repaired,
A city's HtreetB Is a certificate to Its
character. Tho strectB uro tho things
by which a romumnlty Is most fre
quently Judged, mid rli;li(ly ho, If
wo lnnu lltllo prldo In inir town, (hero
Is mi reason why other should get
excited id er It.
Tlio s)aVni of utpiet putrliliiK, Unit
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bus been practised by various admin
Istratlons practicing on Honolulu has.
tailed forth iiuruioratilo comment
from nil sides. It Is not proposed to
repave every street immediately, but
Fort street should" most' certainly re
ceive attention If we ever expect to
arrive nt that lOO.OuO mark. -!
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Only tlnee inoro performances niv
to lie glieu by the member of the
Casino Musical Comedy company nt
the Now Orphcum. Tlio season will
como to n c'otp Saturday afternoon
when a special matlneo will bo given
Saturday evening; Hi ' theater will ho
glen unr In 'lio flghl promoters.
"What Happened to Jones." the
fnrco comedy which follows eight
splendid viudoWllo members, has
made iln biggest lilt of any of tho
pieces lr which tho members of the
Casino Musical Comedy company hnvo
appeuru! "At Wnlklkl," a skit which
Harry Onrrlty originated nnd appears
In the vaudcvlllo program Assisted
by four girls, Is ono of tho features
of tho hill. Ilimyca nnd fildoon, .Mnudo
Rockwell, Laurel Atkins, 01g.i Stech,
Carlton Chase, Harris McOuIro and
Vllma Stech aio appealing in special
numbers The'ro will ho a complete
change of vaudovlllo program IhU
Blocks Of A. & B. Selling
At $250 - Oaliu '
Tho wholo market strengthened this
ferenorn. espoMnlly Willi On'iii nnd
I'loneer. The people who. hnvo beli
waiting around for Oalm nt .ID hnvo
been treated to snd disappointment,
and their hopes vp'ro npp.irently com
pletely dashed' to tho ground by the
rnln of last night. It Ii generally con
ceded that all Oahu needs to nssuni h
big crop for next )inr Is plenty of
rnln, nnd timely. Recent ruins uro of
Unit character. The Mock could not
bo had at 32 after tlio session toil iv.
one sale having been mndo on the
board nt 32.30.
Pioneer has mmb one of Its regula
tion ndvnncos, This Is olio of the
slocks wnlch no one enn iccnunt for
Hutchinson lohl ut n fraction off ol
Its prciioiiH (Inuro. mid Mclliydo
changed hands In small loti at u in
duced flgille. Although tliu piospect
i.t Mdlryilo m short eiop has been gen
erally known for homo time, n num
ber of people luuo ppiiirentty Jiwt
round It out and wnnt to ill. The
prospect fjr next year however In
brighter than ever lefore.
Scvornl good sized blocks of Alex
ander & llaldwln Block have changed
hnnds In the last few days at 2t0. This
is on tho busl of the now rapltnllra
Hon of llvo millions of dolln. i The
former price wns threo hundred, hut
tho splendid Income that has been
reaped by tho company during this
prosperous )ear has inado tho stock
ospeclnlly desirable nt considerably
NEW INSURANCE OFFICE
The Sun I.lfn Assuiaiico Co. of
Canada, which for evernl jears has
been represented by the Insurance
department of Illshop & Co , hns, on
account of tho growth of its business
(u these Islands, decided to open a
local branch office, It being tho com
pany's pollc to bo represented by
Its own managers In qll localities
where tho business warrants It.
This company now 'stands nt tliu
hnnd nf nil the C.unidl.in rouip.inlesi
nnd when it U lehiemhcred thnt
tlieie has never been n failure of all
Insurance company In tho Dominion
of (Mr ' 'l'i i no menu tland-
Inr .id lc holders will no
loulit bu "h.ibi'd' lo learn that tho
iwallan 1, aiiL.'i hai grown to such
pi -irtioiu as lo warrant tlio
'luo .c;nl malingers will bo W. I).
MrCnlhim, Into manager for Al-
borta, Canada, nnd Maluilin Mucin-
tyre, who has been connected wjth
Illshop & Co. for'the past ten years.
Theso gontlemen will ho In a posi
tion to glvo prompt attention to nil
tho wants of tlio loil policyholders
at Room No. 210 of tho McCnmlless
building, finm September 1, 1910.
$HP-"For Bale" cards at fliillotln..
I '. : : ' c ., 1
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Kj,wxMJarflpK.Af a ' i y!? arsis
rx?frhfr9PRriv kbsHsKM tVPBbShOs&luL- -?ViikikikikiVBlE KtLLt
r'n , 'tiiitii. iu,rrr tn.i mi pi -mT-"!" " ' ' psi
OlUla Harmon Caisctt laughs nt lior grnndfiilhei h iflovornor llarninnui erf oil tu trying to catch n wliulu
While thn llnpiibllciius of Ohio wuiu ilurldlug on tho man lo bond thn a lute tickn lioverno, iiuiuinn, who
will lifiul tlm Demnfliiitic furies nualn, Is busy Milling nt ('Imilovmu. Mlc h The (Iohiiiihi in not i niching hji
llsli, hut he U ciili'hlng hiiiu'. IIo Iiiih IiIk fiiiuily wllli him, mU ciiiisIiiiiI o piiiihiioii IicIiik lil gHlliiloufilitori
Olhlii lliifiiiun Ciiisclt Tttln lltllo Mlm follc-uri hliu ur Utu null llnliK tin n oil Ills flulilnij tiU'iiiiluiil.
Program To Cntertain
Thn program of cntcrtnliiinent for
the delegation fiom tho I'nelllc CojrI
chnmhers of rommerco who nro on
their way to China, ami who will nr
rlvo on the Korea next Monday, hat
been plnhned im follows,
A specl.il rommillto of the local
clinmber will go nut nnd meet the
Korea off tho harbor, extenillnR u
welcomo to the visitors, who will lm
decorated with leis. At the wharf
tlieio will be another delegation from
tho loenl chamber, with n number
of nutos, to meet tho delegates. IVom
tho wharf n run Will bo mado to
I'cnrl Harbor. Returning, tho route
will bo changed, so that tho vl.lt
ois will bo given a look nt Salt Lake
nnd a general run around tho beau
tiful grounds of tho Damon estnto.
Minn there u trip will bo made to
the Museum, whete. If conditions nio
favornhlo, u half hour will lm spent
viow'iig tlio Island curlds.
Tho- Pall .will butjlio ,net point
tu bo vlsittd,' hn'd iiher-ri -tow mln
tiles spoilt theio thrj paity will re
turn to towii,,nndiavtrlp will bo made
through 'the rMiletitfiu''dikYfct nlid
out to the Armarium for n look nt
Ihe fish: from thero to tho Moaiin
Hotel for lunch. , t
After Ihfichi Alnnliau tho be.nitl
fnl grounds nnd home of cx-dovern-or
Clogliorn, will bo visited, and aft
er n Bhort rest thero tho party will
be couvejed to the steamer.
Tho committee having tho enter
tainment In hnnd nro H. I. Spalding,
i:. H. I'nxton. Wnlter Dllllnghain. .1.
Waterhoiim, ,1 V Maefnrl.iue. Col
lector Slncknble and Se(retar WimhI
of tho Promotion Committee
(Continued front Pace 1)
in nny such hlgh-Unti'ded, manner ns
he Is now iittemptlng t; do without
hearing from the peojilo tu very de
cided tonus. . , v ,
llulTandeau Hill morning conde
scended to allow auyouo to leglstei
on his roll book, that lm apparently
carries around In his pocket. Hut
no ordinary cflfziin was tfilowcd to
look nt it. Whether llulTandeau for
got IlinJiqJt, linnlc ypstii(i)ilui'lOft
It nt home eo that It could bo eu
dtcil uroiind nnd signed up to suit
tho AiidrowB-lliiffandenu eomlilnii'
t.lni, hns uol yet been explained.
Tho mero fact of lliiffaiidcau's ro
fiis.il to allow tho names on the
book to bo made public spenks for It
self of the Irregular n-ork that must
bo contemplated In the endeavor to
(rantimird from Pagfe 1)
After tho nounNilCtho 'motion
for trlil by Jury w'anjilenled and tho
cue IB nowMielptf nrgued beforn
Tho he.-irlng beforo Judgo Andrndo
wnsi'Dlilliiued ibis nftefiibon, mid J.
Nnlin.'n police nlllror, wai i.llled n
tho first wUnosi). iS'ahn told of how
llurehllelil had pointed n gun at a
hunch of men nt Wnlklkl. nnd nt.it
ed Hint hn, wWliI fe.ir of tho lieu
llurchflelil tluiii went on tlio.sl.inil
and told ,i utMlght forward r.lory nf
nil that occurred on the nlcht In cjiies
tlon. He Raid ho had no Inlenllnn of
harming Knhn nnd Hint thn latter
would be perfectly Prtfe frpm htm In
Aftoi Mcllryde had asked for the
discharge of hid client, nnd Prosecut
or Ilrown had replied, Judge Andrndo
found that the chargo of threatening
l.iuriuuec uns not groundless ami unl- J
ercd Iliirehneld to llnd bonds to tho
iimouiit of $2."0, such bonds tu Inst for
one eiir. In default of the IioiiiIh he
lng furnlsbed. Ilnrehlleld would go In
tho llouolulii prison for six months.
Mcllrdu ut uiuii mo', "I in tliu matter
of a writ of habeas corpus and, If it
bo returned, Rurclilleld will be re
leased lor the present
SUh IN, EARLY
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Tlie following .YrlrctcsH mesago lint
been n-celied by the. Agents' fiom tho
S. S. Hlci Hi
fi. S. Sierra, at Son. August 21, 1910
8 p. m 824 miles, from Honolulu.
Flno clear weather. Hea smooth.
Barometer 30.2fi. Anlr t3.,All well.
Will ho off port nt (1 n. m. '
niCKSON-KHDWItlSHN In Hono
lulu. Auk 24, Mis Hlhnl H. I.ud
wlgseii to Caleb II. Dickson.
Till-: OCHANlC steamer Sleirn that
H duo to nrrlvo at tho port early to
nlorrtiw morning from Snn Krnnclsco
In hrliiglng 1)1 cabin nnd 10 steoragn
passengers, 210 sacks of mitliiland'
mall, and nearly threo thbiisnhd tons'
of general cargo. Tho freight list of '
UiO Sierra Ib tho largest Intcndcfj'for'
llio IhIiiihM In u iigoil mail)' Irlps. 'Tho
Sierra Is cxtieCtiM will comcf up to
tlio Oceanic whuff liefuro eight o'clock.
:t :: :: :: :: :i : r. tt n :t :: :t u
cirry through Hie tight against tho T
Tho Idea thab thla .roll of pro.
'liM vlolraa mid MuiriiosOd club nk'tn.'
bets should bfe litpt K tectefcxceiit"
to tho Bccretnry of the .club Is pro
postcrous, olid absolutely unfair.
f In the Terrllorlari'lecHon tlm-ljnt
or oters In tho pro; Iticl.f Is always
mado public In ordnV that the vot
ers may havo amplo iipportuullylu
go over tho names nnd nolo any pos
sible Irregulailtles. Hut lluffanileau
doesn't do Republican precict busi
ness In that manner. Ho says that
tho men who want to know what
names are on the roll nre "too d ed
t t ,-. , w ,
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