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None are so seldom found alone, plo think tho Insurgents nro bb
and arc so soon tired of their own crooked as tho outnt they arc flght
company, as those cox-combs who lag. Tlio cltltens know better.
arc on the best terms with them-
selves. Colton. I Who Is furnishing tho coin for tho
Pavo Kort Btrcct untl don't be for-
ever getting at It.
Tlw rhnrcn In lnnilo that tho Mnnoa
Hcpublican Insurgents liavo bribed n
man by giving Mm a Job. Obviously
It Is a part of tho Andrews-Iluffan-
dean game to strivo to mako the peo-
THE ANDREWS-BUFFANDEAU'S LATEST
Tlio latest exposure of shady trick
cry In the Mnnoa precinct circles di
rected by I.orrln Andrews and E. Huf
fnndenu furnish 'ifn; exnmplo of-why
the term politics lms.Bo frequently be
come In 'the minds of many synonym
ous with disgrace.
How many men will view the Kail
inapchtt ncldentanrj declare, "If that
Is politics 1 want none of It." And
still othlrs conrMenl'ln disgust that
"life Is' 4o short?. UJ Indulge In such
miserable, contemptible, little, pesky
uuil pimply Ktunjti as this.
Hut the man who deals honestly and
acts honr-stly and fights for a square
deal shohld seo In such affairs a de
mand that they get Into tho struggle
with greater vigor. When Incidents of
this character aro brought Into tho
open, It Miould be the signal for nil
straightforward, courageous, right
thinking men to rally nt the call and
turn thejrascals out.
If anything more were needed to
prove the disgraceful character of tho
contest that Is being mndo by the so
called political organizer nnll his lieu
tenant, the affair of Friday -night
should filnilsli enoffgh to satisfy tho
most skeptical and every man of com
mon sense nnd average reason.
Andrews and Iluffandcau wcro not
satisfied to go Into tho fight with a
roll book--the contents of which has
been kept secret, contrary to the rules
of tho party.
They woro not,, content fiwith . tho
tricks and tho trades und the debauch
of fair play that had gono on before.
No, Indeed, thut was not enough. In
fact (ho very certainty of defott mado
more drastic measures necessary.
Consequently they deliberately con-
, spired to tatnper with a candidate for
ofllco on tho opposing ticket, very ap-
' parcntly hoping that tlio game would
riot bo found out till the last moment,
or ni 111 too lato to repair the dam
GOOD PLATFORM PLANKS.
Mnnoa Insurgents fighting for hon
ornblo political methods and by rea
son of this, lighting tho Andrews ma
chine In tho Manon precinct, ex
pounded somo mighty good principles
when they made reply to tho silly
declarations thnt they didn't know
und don't know what they aro doing.
Tho wholu stntcmont of tho Manon
Insurgonts Is n good ono. It Is it
splendid guldo for tho political ac
tivities of all Itcpubllcuns in all pre
cincts. There nro howover certuln partic
ular and forceful paragraphs that may
well bo accepted as tho platform on
which nil broad-minded Republicans
nro standing In tho contest for tho
election of capable 'men to tho con
vention nnd capable and represcnta
tho men as candidates to go before
tho pcopl.i. Tho Dullntln com
mends them to Its renders:
"Our fight Is one solely for clean,
'open and fair methods; for honesty In
(pollllt'Mj und for representation of our
precinct by nominees nnd men In
whom wo feel wo limy entrust thu best
, Intel oils of our precinct residents.
"j'hit niHlmds rlilplnytil In I hit n-
urc)M( t dun HUtiioii m nur
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ill imi'lw! In In" iwl, tin iml
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AUGUST 30, 1910
' Andrcws-llurfamleau luaus In Munoa?
No explanation has been offered yet.
Tho brand of politics that at lenst
two employes are fostering In tho
Mnnon precinct Is certain to result
In n gcnornl call for tho elimination
of bucIi persons from positions, of
trust In the public service.
age. Ily reason of tho Insurgent tick
et being ono man short, It might liavo
been posslblo for cither Iluffatidopu
or. Andrews, to. slip Into tho list of suc
cessful candidates nnd tlniB gnln somo
measures of comfort from the drub
bing that the voters of the precinct
have In mind to give (lie Andrcws
Mind you, this political Job was put
up by the men who nro parading be
fore this community from 'day to day,
In a self-constructed garb of "decent",
Tho Individuals who hatched tills
nefarious schemo to decclvo n voter1
and accomplish tlio mls-ropj.escn.t"-tlon
of the precinct In tlio convention
counsels, arc the samo persons who
nro talking about tho remarkablo de
slro they liavo to Inaugurate "decent"
politics nnd nssure a "decent" ticket
that can be voted for by "decent" men
of this community.
llow-.majiy citizens of llonqluju
want'to-roto .for candidates who are
to be put up by tho.Andrews-Duffaii-deau
gang nfttr the-'cxhlblt of Friday
If these would-be lenders find It Im
possible to bo decent In their ordin
ary political battles of an ordlnnry
precinct primary how In the mime of
nil that Is reasonable and fairly ro
spectablo can they be expected to
select decent nominees and carry on
n decent campaign to elect those
Why, tho whole thing Is such n mis
erable, wretched, mangy yellow-dog
farco that the merest child can seo
through tho sham and would right
eously blush for shamo thnt, such
things can bo dono by portions who
call themselves pen.
The ou'tllt In Mnnoa who aro charg
ing the Insurgents with consorting
with the forces of evil, huvo mixed up
forced Into our present fight to elect
clean und representative delegates to
the coming conventions.
"Wo bellevo, from tho voto polled on
July 26th Inst, that tho peoplo nro sat
isfied with tho present liquor law and
that It should not bo changed by tho
next legislature, Somo pf us votod
for prohibition and some of us against
prohibition, but wo bellevo and main
taln, unanimously, that tho liquor
question should not enter Into tho
coming campaign; and wo avor that
It has no part In our present precinct
contest nnd lias not entered Into tho
'selection of our committee, or of our
"We trust to tho fair consideration
of thu votors of our precinct to Judgo
of the good faith and honesty of pur
ppso and effort of ourselves its pro,
moters nf what wo bcllovo Is neces
sary for clenii politics und fair dealing.
"Our ticket will no to tho conven
tions unpledged, 'o huvit inudu no
promises nnd will mnki ntmiv All
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The office is open from 8 to'
a. m. Sundays,
a political mess that Is a stench In tlio
nostrils of every honornblo mnn In'
tho city. It Is n combination of du
plicity and falso representation that
ought to run Uuffnndcau out of tiny
Important position of public trust and
permanently cllmlnnto Andrews from
any further connection with tho Hc
tat It also be remembered that tho
ones who engineered this deal aro tho
men who have expressed such n great
aloha for tho Hawallan-Aincrlcnns of
tho Mnnoa precinct Every tlmo An
drews has said anything about tho J
dimcultlcH of the precinct, ho has
studiedly framed his phrases so as to
make It appear that ho Is fighting the
battle of the I Inwnllnn-American, nnd
tho In urgents nro thcreforo tho en
emies if the Hawaiian-Americans.
Hut lyiial" do these solf-nssortlvo
friends of the Hnwallans do Wjlion
thpy wii'nt tpjvork .out, a ditty, polit
They pick n HuWullarf. They select
a man whom they think they can de
ceive. They were successful nt the
outset and therefore very happy. But
the Hnwallan was too honest for them
and landed right, when it came to tho
And hyfiy did they select this lltt-wnllan-jAmcrlcnnf
Did (hoy try t,o get him off tho In
surgent ticket In order that another
Hnwallan-Amcrlcnn of their ticket
might profit by the change?
Not much. They wanted this mnn
off the ticket that they might be nblo
to sneak ono man at least into tho
convention nnd that man to bo either
Uuffnndcau or Andrews.
As n matter of fact tho whole deal
with Kallmapchu wus obviously n
game resulting from n recognition of
tho fact that tho Androws-nuffandeau
slate Is beaten, Ignomlnlously
dumped, and this was one of tho
straws nt which they grabbed In tho
dentil, spasm to save tho- political llfo
of tho "olllclal" leaders of tho pre
cinct. Andrews loves tho Ilawallan-Amcr-
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leans to Just the limit Of his ability
to uso! tKcni ns a truck horse tin
Lwhlclt ho may rldu Into political office
nnd gain position and prestige In the
organization. HIh gun); bus tried to
trick one Hnwallan-Amcrlcnn und tho
samo combination will try to do tho
samo thing again should they ever
get into ofllce.
When the ,Hiiwnllan-Amerlcans imk
.them (or any explanation of tliU
treachery, they will get tho answer
from tlio Andrews-lluffantleau ' gang,
"Oh, that's politics, Yon 'must tako
your chances." (I ( rVM'
Surely It Is tho "pollllcs" or tho
gutter. Ily nil means It Is tho "pol
itics" thut Is being rooted out of ev
ery nook und hnmlct of the mainland
where tho people nro aroused in n
grand nnd victorious revolt against
tho political boss. Unquestionably it
Is tho "politics" represented by Indi
viduals who look upon positions of
public trust ns commodities for bar
ter und trade, regardless of tho Inter
ests of tho people, regardless nt the
Integrity of rcprcscntntho govern
ment. Oh yes, that's "pollllcs" of the
brant! which merits tho scorn nnd de
testation 'of tho citizens nf this city,
of this Territory nnd of every other
community over which tho American
Hag flics citizens who lire combat
ting tho forces of graft, of greed, of
servlco of Interests for u price,, of
manipulation of men und parties-ami
politics and organizations, not for tho
public good but for tho selfish bene
fit of n few llnnnclnl, political, blood
sucking leeches who drag nt the vit
als of liberty and honor nnd of gov
ernment of, by und for thq.jiepple.
Thnt Is the "politics," of iths. con
spiracy brand thnt makes u hero of a
crook and hatches up cv'ltlcn'bd'lli un
attempt to l.ing about' tho downfall
of nbte und honest members of thu
Yes, Indeed, that's "pollllcs." Tho
politics of horse thieves and prevari
cators, bums nnd Incompetent Job
chasers, loafers und scandal mongers,
falsifiers and paid pcnny-u-llncrB who
ulr portion of tho sack
double gnmeJwlth. their
1 ' ' U them attempt to '.'dignify
thu utcraco by whatever nnnio they
seo fit, there Is but ono thing for the
Ilcpubllcnn voters of Mnnoa to do to
And tho Republican voters of the
Mnnoa precinct ns well us tho Repub
lican voters of nil other precincts will
Turn tho rusculs out.
Iluslness tin the stuck board today
was nothing out of tho ordinary
and was characteristic of tho volume
that has held placo for it number of
l'Vuicor took a inovo upward, fill
shares going between hoard; nt
232. 50. This shows n healthy ad
vance, tho last previous salo being
O.ihu docs not appear to ho iib
strong us could bo wished, although
20 shares went at tho ruling quota
tion of 32. Fifteen sliurcs changed
hands nt 31.875.
Twenty-five Haw, C. & S. Co.
changed hands at 41.125. Kwn la
holding tho quotation of 33.875, nt
which 75 shares moved between
At session sales 15 shares of Oahu
moved nt prices botweon 31,875 nnd
Twcnty-llvo Haw, I'lnenpplo moved
nt ii sl');ht drop from provlnls sale,
tho quotation being 31.50.
Cood nowa la contained In , tlio
statement by tho Hon. II, & M, Co.
that the dividend of ono-hnlf of 1
por cont. will bo Increased to three
quarters of 1 'per iccnt. under ditto
of August 29.
Ono thoiisajd splendid bonks, 55c
Drown nnd I.yon Co. Until wo move
A drliik-crnzci woman named
lliooks lrln to kill lieixdf In llio
llnlol Crystal lu Hnu l-'iiiuclsco,
Colonel HooMivell's daughter Ml"
IHIiel Is In Mniiiiiiiu milking a study
Nun heiilili ruins hunt hwiu ftdoptml
i.) iIim HisiirMiiriinlvrtli'.
1 1 .i i ii a . -t wrjM 9
ciiiomtMN wiW!Wu I (MlMMlilt
WHAT ELSE SHALL I TAKE
NEW YOIIK, Aug. 5. Tho much-tnlkcd-of
trust to ttinttol tho rctull
drug and tobacco trades In this c)ty
.lloston, riijlndelphltt and Baltimore
wns organized today by the merge"
of tho Hiker and liegeman drug
ntores. ' Tho moving spirit in this
merger, It was declared by attorneys
who nrc attending to wimo ,ot tho
dcta.lB of II, Is J. II. Cobb of Stam
Cobb, although figuring, merely ns
a director of the Hiker drug bto .
company, Is regarded' as. the virtual
owner of that coriioratlon. ' In addi
tion he Is vice-president of Thomas
!'. Hynn'i? American tobacco com
Cobb and Alfred II. Cosden. presl
dent of the Hiker company, were In
conference almost nil today with
John II. I-'lngler, president of the
corporation of liegeman & Co. Tho
outcome of that, It Is said, Is to bo
tin otllcln lannouncement tomorrow
or Monday thnt the Hiker and liege
man -companies have bco ncomblncd
and henceforth nro to bo known ns
tho Hlker-IIcgcmnn stores. The now
combluat'lin, It was added, would ex
tend Its business In this city nnd
brunch out at once In lloston, Phil
adelphia nnd Baltimore, taking In
other cities later on.
As soon ns tho detnUs- In connec
tion wlt)i thu rearrangement of tho
drug stnro business liavo been cuntr
pleted, It is said, tho management
of tlio new concern will turn Its nt
Icution to tho rctull tobacco trndo,
and, It la understood, will work with
tho American tobacco company and
Its rctull department.
Another end to tho combination
Is tho posslblo acquisition of tho 3000
retail drug tttores nil over tho cutin
try, pparntcfi by tho United drug
stores company, n corporation in
which Joint II. Cobb and A. 11. Cos
den of tlio ICttcr company nlho tire
Interested. When tho SlO.OOO.nitu
corporation waa formed In Delaware
somo time ago it was said that Its
principal object whb tho combina
tion of tho retail drug und tobacco
trades. In connection with it. the
nnnio of tho United cigar stores wns
out or tiii: .mouths or n.iin:s.
Hobby "I'd like to lie rich."
Nolllo "About how rich?"
Hobby "Oh, rich chough so I
could wear my Sunday clothes uvory
Small Ulmer "Iloro's 10 cents. I
want my hair cut."
Harbor "llul u haircut Is 15 cents."
Small Ivlmur "Well, go ahead and
cut off a dime' worth."
Mttlti Tommy "8ny, pnpe, did Opd
innkii my rabbit?" ,
I'nita "Cnilnliily, my boy."
I.lttlo Toininoy "Well, I guess
when ho got ns fur ns thu lull ho sort
or got III t-U or tlio Job, illdu'l lio?"
Curtis, nged ii, wns very fnnd'ul
Wlidy, anil mi" ilny while milllig a
slick of It lio said: "Miimuui, run
(l(n iuhU.0 KIIYltjIllIT"
"(If CH)UW 1 1 pun, dHr," pll
"ttW eftflJuWMl ftUFlU, "I with
'III vmuIii Baltii ii I tiii ff ffialr
-Damnr In Philadelphia Record.
(Continued from Face 1)
"rurlhernioie, thcro will bo no
more 'kokuu' front tho Homo Hulo
party for (he prospective candidates
for unices on tho Republican and
Democratic tickets. Wo Intend to
put up a mini for every ofllce In tho
"llow about Kulauokalttnl Jr., tho
County. Clerk? Aro the Homo Hul
eiH going to support him?" ho was
"Wo will support no ono who Is
not n liome Hitler. What wo In
tend to do Is to put up a candidate
for cver ' pluce. In ornior years
wo huvo bellied. others get tho offices,
which thoy are enjoying today, btt
tho result hits been that thcro yas
nothing doing for us after they wcro
"It 1st posslblo thnt David Kull
hcu will bo honored with n nomina
tion for County Clerk. Ho Is nn nblo
man, having bcrvcd in tlio legisla
ture with honor."
"Who lo your luun for County At
torney?" Ilnkor wns nsked. ,
"Well, wo' liavo a man, whoso abil
ity as a lawyer is Unquestionable, but
tho plllkla Is that ho can not speak
Hngllsh. Should 'ho bo elcirtcd, ,ho
will doubtless nppolnt an official In
terpreter for himself."
linker when Asked would not di
vulge tho nnnio of tho gentleman.
As yet tho Homo Hitlers ha.Y6 not
been nblo to get a candidate for
Sheriff, It Is rcpoilcd.
linker says It la certain that Ka,
Iniiokalnnl, tho County Clerk, and
llirkncll, tho Auditor, who havo been
receiving tho support of tho Homo
Rulers In tlio past, will . loso tint
litany votes, which necessarily 'will
weaken their political strength at
tho coming eamisilgn.
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