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EVENING UOLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FMDAY. 8KPT. 2, 110.,
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.SEPTEMBER 2, 1910
The manly part is to do with
might and main what you can do.
Of couroe Hawaii In prosperous.
That's no reamm why It hIiouM be en
tented uiul corrupt
Uo to jour primary early. Vote the
ticket that HtundH for liunent repreneti
tatloti by liuni-Ht men.
UooshW'U vniiit eerytlilng fortl
fled He most ulwnyH nctH on the the
ory of llik or net licked.
. Cast )oiir vote for the men who
have oppoMed trick und treachery
with honesty und u fair deal.
One thing nieuk for luelf as re
gards the HtiitUH of the AlidrewH-lluf-fandeau
slate lt' only hope for
Euccesrt In tho iirlmary tomorrow ii
the ability of the crowd on It and be
hind It to do tricky and dlnhoneitt pol
ities to force misrepresentation In
place of honest representation.
Kvery person who Is mixed up In
a Job to Mitit In u ltepubtlcnn prim
ary contrary to rules will do well to
change his plaint for Saturday. The
precinct workers are on guard
ugulust thu Individuals who allow
themselves to be made the tools and
Implements of political shysters and
are iiepuuncnns, uemocrais, uuu
Home Hulers combined entitled to
vote at a regular election lu Manon.
That sort of a political game Is what
the voters of Manoa are up against In
consequence of the roll book being In
the hands of officials who have con
tested every move to make the names
That Is the brand of politics that
should stir the fighting blood of every
honest man in the Republican party
and take him to the polls to vote the
Insurgent Hepubllcau ticket that
stand for honest politics and honest
See that you do your share.
Is Andrews the man who was re
sponsible for that brilliant scheme of
holding thu County and District con
vention to nominate candidates who
'lire to go before the people on a plat
(form to he framed later In the Terri
torial convention? Was that his last
act of NuiKileonlo politics previous to
his ubsolutu refusal to again vote lr
jregulurly under the proxy of a Coun
ty Committee member?
V' The Republican County Commit
tee heard nil of the evidence of the
protesters in theSevei(th Precinct of
the Fourth District and con
cluded that the unfair methods
alleged existed only In the Imagina
tion of Mr. Cohen. It was proven
that the executive committee named
the slatu after being accorded unan
imous consent. Despite Cohen's con
tinual Interruptions, each side was
'given a fair chance to be heard and
. thu committee's action was based on
the evidence presented. Fair play
should prevail always.
THE PRESENT LIQUOR LAW.
In making a signed statement of
their opinion that the present liquor
license law of the Territory should
stand unamended, tho men connected
with the liquor trnde of this city put
in definite form their acceptance of
the vote of thu plebiscite.
Whether there has been any doubt
among the liquor Interests as to what
that verdict was, we do not know, but
there Is not the slightest doubt of
what the people will do to any Inter
8ts that, taking a different view, at
wnpt to work a new Job upon the
The Bulletin has felt confident
hat any sensible man must under
stand this.' ' '
The formal declaration however
could do no harm, and it has perhaps
done some good by bringing again to
public notice the lack .of character
possessed by the so-called Anti-Saloon
or Prohibition forces, who, after ap
pealing to the people are not willing
to stand by the verdict secured.
As between the selfish liquor inter
ests and the selfish anti-saloon Inter
ests, the former have shown up to
much better advantage In this matter
The Incident shows what a blind,
fanatical prejudice moves some of the
otherwise excellent citizens of our
town. But the people have declared
that such a minority shall neither rule
nor ruin the town or tho Territory.
Theodore Roosevelt Is preaching the
doctrine of iKilltlcal honesty in Kan
tan, und this Is the cheering headline
he gets from the crooked morning
organ of Honolulu that has been
talking so much about decent politics
and doing so little toward acting the
part: "IVrrllilc Ted In Spotlight
Again. In hmiKiiH Itnnipiiiit tliOjdrent
Oriiudotiiuder Utters Platitudes ou
the Old Ioiik Urges M'ur on Crooked-
ne.i." As exposures are made of the
schemes of the gang who thought a
man v. us u very good citizen until be
refused to do politics with them, their
enthusiasm Tor anyone who urges
"war on crookedness" has steadily
THAT MANOAROLL BOOK.
Poss'esslnn by thu Audrews-Uuffan-dean
outfit uf thu Republican precinct
roll book of Munoa has done some
fearful und wonderful things for that
beet Ion of the city.
According to the record of that roll,
men who have passed to their final re
ward remain on thu roll hook und are
numbered among thu people now en
titled to vote by proxy for representa
tion in thu Republican party.
AU( thu roll Indicates that It hus
been complied so us to Include resi
dence, In Munou fur political purposes
only. Ill other words It hus been
packed Willi people who do nut Jim III
A folding in lint bust Information
obtainable, t hut llcpiibllnui roll hook
iimilH fur lliu totliiK at thu llnpiilx
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HONEST GOVERNMENT AT STAKE.
In the Republican primary election
to be held tomorrow afternoon the
man who believes In honest politics,
or In other words who believes tho
science of government Is founded on
a square deal, hus his opportunity,
The discussion und political activity
that has gone on for the last few days
has served to delineate the Issues
very clearly and present to the vol
era very complete information on
what the opponents In the precinct
contentions ure driving ut.
Public uttentlun bus been centered
on the Munou precinct und well might
It be. There, the people find thu ng
jregutlon that started out with most
pious protestation of u deBlre to do
straight politics and create a "clean'
party ticket, finally exposed lu their
true character und now using every
urt of political chicanery to prevent a
straight vote and a proper count.
Thus the little local affair of the
Manoa precinct hus risen to such pro
portions that the result will be re
garded us an expression of whether
honesty and a fair deul shall prevail
in the political activities of this city,
und especially In the Itepubllcun par
ty. The Munoa contest has developed bo
much trickery und political dishon
esty, und such Indefensible methods
for defeutlng thu wishes of thu regu
lar und legitimate Itepubllcun voters
of thu precinct, that thu success of
thu so-called organization ticket, the
Andrews-Iluffundeau crowd, would
amount to u public dlsgruco
Hhould thu Androws'Iluffuiiduaii
statu he carried It will ineun thut Ihu
llupubllcnn party rules ure merely
thu medium fur persons, who happen
to hum control of u few olllces of Hie
precinct club, In defeut the ri'lduiil
Volers uinl iulnreireelil lliu pHiiplii
II would ineali Ihul Ihu puny no
to fraud or a scrimmage to determine,
how many more men can be voted
than the precinct uctuully holds on
tho regular election rolls.
It would mean that officers of a pre
cinct may, without rebuke from the
peoplo, practice it system of political
fiaud that would Kemt them to Jail
under a direct primary law.
It would mean that tho people cnu'.i
view un outrageous assault upon thu
pilnclples of representative govern
ment In these Inlands und not hi
alarmed beci.ua it is "politics."
It would mom that tho sense oi de
ctr.cy, Jusilco, fulr piny, per-nnul hill
or and civic rlrflitroujnesj either docs
no1, exist or hus beer, deadened by n
wider use of corrupt practices limn
li't been thought possible
ll would mtnn that tho Republican
laity would .'are probable dotvat lu
ti.o Full electlo.i becuuse II in lonuiit
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those precincts where 'there is a con
test, he should take enough Interest to
learn the truth of what the various
tickets stand for whether for honest
representation secured nt tho hand of
honest Republicans, or a Job slatu
slummed and Jammed through by Ir
regular schemes to accomplish a mis
representation of the people.
Constant vigilance Is the price ot
holiest government everywhere. Our
ttepubllcnh citizens must begin their
work In the primaries If they expect
to gain the desired end In the final
transactions of government
Attend your primary election
Vote. And make your ballot count
for fair play In party mutters and a
square deal for the people In tho 'if
fairs of government
U8E ON DATTLEFIELD
Specially Bull.t Machines to Aid In
Care of Wounded to Be Used In
Mi:itl,IN. August 20. In addition to
thu motor buses which will tnk patt
for the first time In this year's Kalsor
maneuvers, another featuro will bo
tho adoption of field surgeons upon
II has been found 111 tho past that
tho caro of tho wounded has been
most unsatisfactory owing to tho
Brent length of time which has often
elapsed beforo medical amdslnnru
could be rendcied to a wounded man
Hitherto It Iiiih been necessary to car
ry him upon n stretcher to the nearest
lazaret te before help could ibo rem
Now. however, tho surgeon will
carry all thu necessary materia! for
first aid with him on his mutotrl
ryolo, which will bo built lu tho same
way us those used now by ninny liust
It v. Ill render aid to' tho wounded,
and can, when necessary, convey tho
ninn himself to the nearest lazaretto
for tho wounded. The mototrlcjclo
will be so constructed that It enn go
over tho heaviest ground, nnd It will,
owing to Its spued, savo many hours
of wenry waiting to thu wounded on
tho battlefield or thu mnneuvorliu;
I.lttle Phyllis was at a concert, The
lender rapped and the buzz of conver
sation ceased "Oh, mamma," ex
claimed Phyllis, "listen to the hush'"
and mean und treacherous habits,
would huvo small claim upon public
confidence when It goes beforu the
voters und nsks for the honor mid J
ptlvllege of conducting the govern
The Issues and the principles have
been etched nnd Illumined In Manoa
on account of tho exceptionally vic
ious methods thut have been use I in
an attempt to prevent honest reprc
sertntltlon In thu Republican conven
tion. That thu operations of the gang be
lieving In and working under this
Bystem of politics ure confined to one
precinct Is Improbable, although it is
certuln that thu work If done Mf.u
where Is being carried on more ipilet-
The Immedlnto lesson, of tho con
test and of tho situation Is thut every
Itepubllcun voter should cast hla bal
lot In thu precinct primary, and, 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 before they are
NO. 1 Three-bedroom house on car line. Spacious la
nais. Newly papered and painted throughout.
Lot 100x225, covered with shade and fruit
r trees. Stables and servants' quarters.
" NO, 2 New two.bedroora bungalow. Magnificent view
of two oceans; adjoining Kaimuki Crater (ie
served as a park). Eitlter 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.
.1, rtl uJ UruUiit UrtMi l
San rrauoisoo, Aug 30, 1010
Address: Jordan's, Honolulu
Purchased entire stock, fifty-eight cents on
dollar. Returning Wilhelmina.
IXIHE FOREGOING CABLE received by us
means much 'to the ladies of this city.
Our Mr. Curtis left in a hurried trip to the
mainland to personally examine a large stock
of merchandise that was intended for a Coast
House, and through reasons over which they
had no control the delivery was not made.
The goods were offered to us at a big dis
count, and, knowing the character of the mer
chandise we were prepared to buy the line at
more money than the cable tells us the deal
was closed for.
The stock comprises
ReadytoWear Suits and
for Women and Children
Coats and Skirts
in Linen, Silks, and Cravenette
and a Big Assortment of
General Dry Goods
In short it is the greatest purchase so far
as extraordinary values are concerned that has
ever been placed before the public of Honolulu.
We will hold a
QUICK CLEARING SALE
the date of which will be announced when Mr.