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EVENINO nUtLETIN. HONOLtJLt), T. H.. MON'DAV. AtlCl. 2ft, 1910.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 KitiR Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
Dolly every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
'MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallnco R. Parrlnuton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
ry -i I Editorial Rooms.
I Business Office,
Cunning pays no reward to virtue,
mid is but the low mimic of reason.
Trust the pcoplo to voto down boss
Ism whenever and wherever It Ik nt
tempted. Who I paying for tho Andrews-Uuf-fiindeati
lunus In Mnnon. Arc the
funds contributed by Interested can
didates? No olio has yet arisen to declare
lilnisctr the author of that brilliant
plan for framing tho party platfoim
after the candidates have been nom
inated. Sending wireless messages from
aeroplanes uhould prove n comcnlent
method of notifying tho crowds Just
where the aviator expects to land
when liu fallH.
Uitr cunimerchil friends from the
mainland nro welcome Indeed. As
messengers of pence, nnd good will
! t ' they hnvo a great work and a neces
sary ono to do In tho Orient.
Hawaii County otcrn should retire
P to political oblivion every candidate
fcS ' fnr filMrn tl'lwi rnfiiana In dnt.i.iml fni.
M tho County modern methods of road
construction and u full day's work foi
evrry dollar paid out for road labor.
Though some of the Instruments are
not ipilto up to tho mark on the first
lay, tho new telephono system glvet
ino great Improvement on which nil
agree It Is not necessnry to raise
your olce to tho four-block pitch in
order to bo heard.
Fortunately Vlco-Ircslcont Sher;
man and Theodoro Ilooaevelt have
mapped out speech-making routes
Hint will not bring them In per-umil
collision, though thcro Is no telling
to what extent their opinions may dif
fer before they get til rough with It.
Kugcno tluffandeau Is lending him
self tn political tricks that' will soon
nrnuso tho people to call for his elim
ination from public olllce. Thcro Is
it limit tn what tho pcoplo will stand
from a public ofilcinl devoting his
time to political tricks In an. effort to
establish)' boss ruin.
Saturday afternoon and Saturday
night Important Incidents woro being
recorded In tho struggle, to gain
something llko fair play from Presi
dent Andrews and Secretary Iluffan
ilcuu of tho Manou' product Vet tho
'morning organ that claims to have, so
much Interest In clean politics could
not find tho space to publish any
thing about it.
Tho County Committee should put
its foot down on tricks and Irregular
methods. It should also remember
; tlitit tho precinct club Is 'an Inrte
pendent organization in which the ma
jorlty 1ms tho right to rule There
are tho points Hint will como up in
dealing with the protests from the
Kahuku and Kakaako precincts. Ma
jority rule must prevail when it is es
tablished under regular mothods
mapped out for the direction of tho
people In making up their organiza
tion. J.orrln Andrews In one of his Snt-
s-,urtliiy opening struggles to support
tho Impossible position taken by hlin-
,.HOlf ami lluffaiideau remarked that lie
',' supposed a full account of what wiu
('being said would appear In Hit) II ul-
1 11 II ll. Ill course. ,llil wny uou
tils lie dnliiu thlnuH and wiving things
Wi 1h ,(iMliiiiiinil of. (Vrliilnly tlw Mil-
fflusi llini'H"iilB inn lint. Tlioy Miiii'l
fmr lionwtt pnllilns nnd u Hjiiuro il'Wl.
kvWtlrwi li milling wllli (rltlw nnd
iiKridwry wllli b pollllonl lmf slitp
4W I'fl HgI)l.
Tcr Year, anywhetf In U.S l,oo
Per Year anywhere n Canada.. l,ro
Per Year xtnld, loieif n 3.nn
entered At tht Totioffict at Honolila
u tecond-cl matter.
AUGUST 29, 1010
HAWAII COUNTY PROBLEMS.
Discussion of tho llouolli rond
building contract has brought out an
Interview from Supervisor l.yman In
which that gentleman Is represented
as saying that tho criticism of tills
contract has Its source In a deslro to
prove that the Hawaiian-American Is
Incompetent to conduct public busi
ness. That Is all buncomb.
Tho I! u 1 1 e 1 1 n Is surprised that n
man of Lyman's reported Intelligence
nnd clear thought should allow any
such statement to go beforo tho pub
lic. As a matter of fact It reads llko
something thnt wns prepared by an
other, fully cnpnblo of making trou
ble, but representing himself as a
friend of tho young Supervisor.
Delegate Kuhlo never snld n truer
word than when ho wroto a frlond
that the time for tho racial method of
treating public questions Is passed
There, are Homo Individual excep
tions to this rule, but they serve to
prove tho rule that tho public looks
'or results and It puts tho Huwnllnn
Vmcrlcnn on the same piano ns nil
.hers when judging those results.
So far as road making In tho Coun
y of Hawaii as a whole is concerned,
tho results do not rctlcct credit on
much of anyone. When Supervisor
Lyman or any other person tries tn
defend the system or lack of system
that has prevailed in that County for
many years, ho Is tackling a fool
Ish struggle to make something out of
Possibly the most striking exhibit
of the fundamental shortcomings of
tho present Hawaii County road pol
icy Is tho continued refusal to cm
ploy n competent road engineer for
tho construction of Its highways.
This is worso thnn nonsensn as It
brings ubout a dollborato waste of tho
money of tho people. Neither Super
ior Lyman nor any other citizen of
Hawaii County can go Into any civil
ized section of our common country
und find any support nmong tho men
who do things nnd among tho men
whoso energy nnd Initiative havo
mado tho country great, for tho con
tention that roads can better bo nmdo
without engineers than with them.
Tho position Is preposterous. Ono
might as well claim that tho fast rail
road trains enn better bo handled witli
n blacksmith nt tho throttle instead of
a man trained In getting tho fullest
value out of his machinery. As well
declaro that a Komi Jackass Is better
thnn nn automobile, for making speed,
Nor do thoso responsible for tho
rond construction of Hawaii County
gain anything by going back to tho
past nnd declaring that tho Territory
didn't do any better.
On this particular point tho Hull o
1 1 n is inclined to agree with them, al
though possibly not reaching the con
clusion by tho sumo route.
Tho man who says he is doing bet
tor than wns done under the Territory
or nny other ccntrnllzcd government
doesn't necessarily add anything to
his credit. The peoplo who nmount to
anything these, days nro not tho onos
forever living In the past. History is
all right In Its way, but that Isn't what
tolls tho story of today.
Hawaii County's roud policy should
bo Judged and will bo Judged by the.
present day demand.
Thcro wns n time when old horso
trails would do. There was u timo
when everyone wns satisfied to go In
sailing vessels botween thn different
Islands. There was n time when tho
character of the ronds nnd tho ineth
oils of construction used on tho Island
of Haw nil would not effect the reputa
tion or the citizens of thnt Island In
the slightest Ther whs ii timo In
deed when tho public might swallow
the bait, hook and linn of thn alleged
I.ymiin claim that Hie Hoard nr Trade
Inn liei'ii rrlllrlhliiK the lliiiiolli con
tract III 01 dor In illsmdll tin Hawaii-
Hut Hint will jDitordHy, not tuda
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Thnt Is whnt will count to tho credit
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only thing that will.
THE PRIMARY ISSUE.
Hovlvnl of the flvo hundred dollar
Incident Is apparently bandied by tho
morning paper with n view to Influ
encing votes In the primary election.
Tho latest statement Is given in these
columns to give It publicity nnd fur
nish tho pcoplo with all fncts as they
nro brought out.
So far as known the flvo hundred
dollar Incident does not enter Into tho
present matters before trie people In
what may be called the Insurgent
precincts. It Is n closed Incident.
Tho determination of the voters to
rid themselves of tho political meth
ods far which 1jrrln Andrews stood
ns the active promoter, wus in full
swing, before any questions of An
drews connection with Cohen or what
ho did In tho l'leblsclto cume beforo
Furthermore Joel C. Cohen's unfit
ness for tho further support of the
Republican party as a candidate for
tho Legislature was wqll established
und the opposition declared long be
fore (Jolicn appeared beforo tho pub
lic In n maze of prevarications.
Andrews and those with whom ho
has seen fit to nssocinto himself, nro
opposed becnuso of tho trickery and
unworthy methods they havo adopted
in their political activities. These
tricks und tho Improper schemes for
controlling tho operations of tho pnrty
und then tho government of tho city
and oven tho Territory were nnd nro
of such n nature that tho. party ac
cepting them would go to deserved do
fcat. Mnnon precinct uffnlrs Hpcnk
volumes on this score.
To becuro a fair representation In
tho party, nnd establish the party's
reputation for n square deal Is tho Is
sue, now ut hand. And tho purposo of
It Is to rescuo tho organization from
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the defent which tho Androws-Uuf-fandeau-Cohen
This Is tho Issue that Is now beforo
tho people. It is the Issue on which
they nro to voto for delegates to tho
Republican Territorial nnd County
conventions noxt Friday.
Intelligent citizens nro not fooled.
GOOD PLATFORM PLANKS.
Manon Insurgents lighting for hon
orable political methods nnd by rea
son of this, lighting tho Andrews ma
chlno In tho .Manon precinct, ex
pounded some mighty good principles
when they mado reply to tho silly
declarations that they didn't know
nnd don't know whnt they nro doing.
Tho uholo stntcment of the Mnnon
Insurgents Is a good ono. It Is a
splendid guldo for tho political ac
tivities of all Republicans In all pre
cincts. Thcro are however certuin partic
ular and forceful paragraphs Hint may
well bo accepted ns tho platform on
which all broad-minded Republicans
nro standing In tho contest for tho
election of cnpnblo mon to tho con
vention and capnblo anil representa
tive mon us candidates, to go beforo
tho people. Tho Hu lint In
mends them to Its rtis.ri.cr8l I
"Our fight Is one solely, for ):lcnn,
open nna fair methods: fornonesty m
politics; nnd for representation kf our
precinct by nominees nnd mrh to
whom wo feel wo may entrust till best
Interests of our precinct residents.
"Tho methods employed In tho, re
cent precinct club elections In iour
precinct, which duplicate sltilllar
methods employed In tho past, do not
meet with our approval, tindlwo pro
forced Into our irrcsont fight to elect
clean nnd representative delegates Uo
mo coming conventions.
"Wo believe, from tho voto poled oil
July 26th Inst, thnt tho people nro sat,
Isflcd with the present liquor law nni
Hint It should not bo changott by Hid
uexi legislature, somo oi us toicu
for prohibition nnd somo of us against
prohibition, but wo belle vo nnd mnln
tnln, unanimously, that tho liquor
question should not enter Into tho
coming campaign; nnd wo nvor that
it lins no part In our present precinct
contest nnd has not entered Into tho
selection of our committee, or of our
"Wo trust to tho fair consideration1
of tho voters of our precinct to Judge)
of tho good faith nnd honesty of pur
poso and effort of ourselves ns pro
meters of what we be love Is neces
sary for clean politics nnd fair deal
ing. "Our ticket will go to tho conven
tions unpledged. Wo hnvo mado no
promises and will mako none. All
Bupport Is being given on thh under
standing. There lins not been oven
ono offer of support made to us on
condition of pledges of nny sort on
just the Tacts.
On Saturday afternoon Dr. Ilruco
Muckall called up the I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n of
flco nnd stated that ho had with
drawn as n candldnto for delegato In
tho Mnnon precinct. Tho following
appeared in tho columns of tho Sat
urday Uul le tin:
Dr. Ilruco Mnckull, city physi
cian, was nominated Inst evening
on the Ardrcws-Iluffnndcau tic
ket of thu Alnnou precinct. Dr.
Mnckull todny announced his
On tho first page of Its Sunday
Issue, tho morning paper published tho
The last bit of dirt yesterday
was i- " - ico to the withdrawal
of 1 ., - ..incknll from tho An
drews' t: '.let In .Manon, tho refor-
oei nt t iiptlng to show that ho
l i "di mn out." As a matter of
I.. , Doctor Mackall simply
learned that ho was not cllgtblo
and had to withdraw.
Tho presentutlon mado by Hid morn
ing paper is about as near to the
truth as It ever gets In handling any
part of tho situation in Mnnoa.
(Continued from Pace 1)
mice, there being sovornl t'hlneso pre
sent to go security for licr.
It nppeara from tho story told that
tho matrimonial relations of Chang
hnvo been somewhat mixed, and as a
result of having too many husbands
she now faces tho chnrgo of bigamy.
Krom all accounts thcro havo been
thrco men mixed In this wbman's
life but thu first of tho thrco Is ap
Two others arc mentioned in tho
complaint Tin Sang to whom bho was
married ut koiiio timo pi lor to .Inly
S last, and Ho Ht-o whom sho took
for husband on that date.
Tho case will bo investigated thor
oughly and In tho meantime tho mo
ther nnd daughter hnvo gone freo.
Tho Jail slnco Saturday, when thu
first examination wns hold, nnd
thoughts of llio Chinese method of
treating ptlsoncrs mado tho woman
think she wns to bo tortuicd and cull
ed forth her tears und cries.
fflnntlmil! from Vaor 1
tho whole matter as a Jo'ke, two of
them being nblii to talk lull little
Tliuy will hn held by Marshal lieu
dry until culled for by Captain Nell-
sen, und will then ho ilellvcicil nn
hoard their ship,
Tho men asked to sen )n Danish
Consul nml will liu given nil iippor
Tim fiHMiwlJ, upon wliun tltoy
i amti in Honolulu, sxillod from Lei ill
on Mm ill n end arrival Id IIoiiO'
lulu AugtiM 13,
There was n Jolly crowd of nenrly
ono, hundred, ami fifty persons who
sailed out of Honolulu harbor nt 9:30
Saturday evening on tho Inter-Islands
steamer Mauna Kim, nnd tho crowjl
which nrrlvcd back In port nt 0 this
morning wns even more enthusiastic
thnn when it left Saturday.
It wns n fine night with Just enough
sen on to make things pleasant when
the Mnunn Ken turned her noso
Knunlwnrd Saturday ocnlng nnd tho
music from tho Hawaiian quintet on
tho upper deck of tho stciuner blend-'
od with tho sccno and tho spirits of
tho company In it delightful manner.
All tho wny over to NawlllwllI tho
sen was smooth and upon arriving
there nt dnyllght passengers realized
Hint they had been asleep but two or
thrco short hours so great hnd been
tho attractions of tho evening thnt no
cno hnd retired until tho smnll hours.
At Nnwltlwllt n number of tho pas
sengers took nutomobltcs for tho over
Mid trip to Ilanalel, President Ken
nedy of tho Intcr-lslnnd Company tnlt
ln( this trip to sco thnt everything
was done for Hi comfort of tho trav
elers. Several boatloads of pooplo went
nshoro nt Nnwlllwlll and others rnmo
off from that port to mnko tho Island
clrciilt. Soon nfter 7 o'clock tho
transfer of passengers hnd been mado
nd then anchor was weighed and tho
Mnuna Kon startod for Hnnnlcl, ar
riving Just before 10 o'clock.
'The high peaks back of Ilanalel
drew forth exclamations of wonder
nnd surprise from tho passengers lin
ing; tho jails of the steamer nnd ns tho
esol proceeded ctoso In shore tho
beatitlcff, of beach and mountains were
moto sharply brought to tho eye.
Here at Ilanalel passengers were
transferred to tho phoro In tho ship's
boats over waters ns smooth as tho
provcrblnl mill pond, und until 12
o'clock they wandered around tho
town, climbed tho cliffs or took auto
mnbllljs to .points of Interest.
In idl nearly three hours was spent
at this stop, and as tho Inst of the
nutomoblles arrived from Nnwlllwlll
overyooe embarked again for the
Manila Ken. Lunch was served whllo
tho steamer Will lny In tho little bay,
and soon afterward tho vessel e
sumed tho trip around tho Island.
Chiilrx weru brought nnd lined along
tho upper deck on tho port sldo thrco
deep nnd It was from tLls vnntngo
ground thnt this bounties nnd wonders
of tho rugged Kauai roast were seen
during thu afternoon hours ns tho
vessel steamed) along a mllo from
Kor inlbu anil miles tho coast pre
sents a hold face to tho sea. sheer
dllffs rising hundreds of feet abruptly
from tho wntcr, 6r recrtilng In gradu
al verdure covered slopes to necdlo
points from betwtan which mountain
streams fnlljiumtreds of feet, cutting
whlto pathways hi tho green of tho
Hours woro sutnt passing theso
rugged outlines r Kauai and from
Inild brown cliffs! which resembled
thoso in somo of tlio famous trips of
tho western state l, tho change to
green trees and thli lighter green of
waving cane Holds ilas suddenly made
nnd for the remainder of tho after
noon tho routo lily along fcrtllo
I.ato In tho nftciWm the Mnuna
Ken dropped anchor lagaln at Nnwlll
wlll and tho Kauai ijassongors, num
bering more tthiin Ihlrty, who had
mndo tho Islnml clMiilt, woro takon
Dinner wns served While In thn bay
nnd nfter lying anchored but n few
hundred ynrilB from u 'rocky point up
upon which tho wnve dashed them
sches Into whlto foa h Incessantly,
anchor was weighed kigaln nnd tho
Homeward start was Inado .nbout 10
o'clock, arriving: at t io Inter-Inland
wharf Just beforo 0 till li morning.
Officers of Hid Mnun It Keu did ev
erything In their pov er to nuiko
things pleasant for tin ii r passengers
during tho excursion. 1 President Ken
nedy of tho toinpnny Was along to
seo Hint everything run (smoothly und
W. J. White, passenger I agent of tho
company, wus along us imrser of tho
craft, looking after tho i wmfort of all
I'riiu e Knluiilannole. tho Dolegnto
to Congress from HawalO, will lenve
for Hawaii tomoriow oi I tho .Mauna
Ken whleh khIIb lit 10 n Vlncl.- It In
snld thnt n certa:n numh.tr of Hnwni
Ian dintois, presumably IColouol 1,1
lluoknlniil and otheis, tilt accom
puny him on his camp.i Ign tour of
C. G. llockus returned Ithls morn
lug on tho P. M. 8. S. Kor l-a from tho
mnlfelnud. White on board i the steam
nr ho acted as Hawaii's ipiomntlon
agent by furnishing tho hi
egntloii with Information
Hawaii. Ilo Is.n close frl
lllatno, chairman of the.
-lid of Mr.
Tho will of Jusiipli A. Ci lllnm was
admitted to probate today I and tho
IIiiwiiDim Tliist Company Ipisiliiteil
liilniililstnilor of tho iwliiln, Iwlilih Is
vnlin-il nl soinetliiiig nvor I'limn,
Mury M I.iicib wa imlny ;iipolnt
etl nilmmiilrntrli nr Ilia c Ih1d of
w. T. i.uim when Hid will m nl
niiuej iu probatp today,
will make your silver shine
like new, if expended in the
purchase of a cake of
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James Webb, nllcgcd sender r ob-1
Bccno matter through United Btntpi
mnlls by depositing It In mall boxed In
Hits city has bofu arrested in Vnl
pat also, Indiana, upon cnblo Instruc
tions sent by Marshal Ii H. Hendry1.
It was on April 2 that Webb mnlleil
n letter to llbnlne Picture Show Com
pany which wus Indecent In tho ex
treme besides li'lng described by sov
era) other adjectives In tho complaint.
Through a request for forwarding
his mall received from Webb by Post
master Trait thu whereabouts of tho
wanted man wore found nnd for tho
past thirty-six hours cnblo mcssngcB
between Marshal Hendry hero nnd
Mnrshnl Petit nt Indianapolis havo
been traveling under tho sea nnd over
tho land frequently.
That Wobb will mnko n fight for lilt
liberty was realized with tho receipt
lato yestordny of a rysh cablo from
Marshal Petit asking that tho full text
of tho cliaigo against Webb be for
warded quick for ho was starting ha
beas corpus proceedings.
This morning tho full text of tho
chnrgo ngnlnst Webb wns cabled to
Iiidlnnnpolls, pud ho will bo held un
til further Instructions nro received
from hero or a deputy goes to Valpa
raiso to bring him hack for trial.
Continued on Face 4.
Charles Hustaco, candldnto for Mil
or on tho Ilvpubllcnu ticket, stntcd
todny Hint ho has not promised tho
patronage of tho Mayor's ofllco to any
one. 11,3 says that as far ns tho He
publican pnrty Is concerned bo under
stands Hint tho Cmmty Committee
controls tho p.itionngo. If ho should
bo mayor of tho city of Honolulu lie
would coopcrutu with tho party organi
zation whllo always recognizing the
fact that ho cannot escape his per
sonal responsibility for tho men placed
Mr. Hustaco says Hint ho lias not
paid any runners, to work for him,
nor has ho paid runners who hnvo
been sent to him by Lorrln Andrews.
Ho says his record Is absolutely clear
of spending money to get tho nomina
tion or of premising pntionngo.
Prlni:cs8 Kiiwaiinnakoa, who was
royally entertained, since sho return,
ed from tho Stutes n fow months
ago, sailed this morning on the S, S.
Siberia for tho States. After spend
ing a few- weeks in California, sho
will go Kast, und expects later to
proceed to Huiopo for u fow months'
Don't go homo without calling nt
tho Cillcrlon, Hotel and llethol, nnd
enjoying it glass of tho good beer bcrv
ed In tho Crlttilon wny Tho right
boor at thu right temperature
Tho hmso pnllco pnhol wagon mny
l0 dispensed with liororo long; It Is
not finally settled, but an unto truck
mny lxissibiy ho put into commission
i m .
r.irm Chung who wan pinvtil to
hnvo hold uimi'hiiuilliut without hav
ing ohtiilliKtl ll lli'l'iiuii. was lined i;5
nml (lists Ihls morning by Judgo An
ilrndo. V. (. Arlil Jr., win nf Honiilnr
.Will, mllei) on Up) Hhr) tills
bmrnlnK rnnOdKiRriilu, liu win io
guttle hit muJIw at Stanford unl.
MX. .. -l..iilJK'A41i. i