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EVENINO nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. It. SATfttDAY. SEPT. .".. IfllO.
DAILY 7nnd' WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120'KlngStreet, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Wallace R. Parrlnjjton, - - Editor
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SEPTEMBER 3. 1910
He would be the finer gentleman
that should leave the world without
having tasted of lying, or pretense
.of any kind, or of wantonness or
conceit. Marcus Aurelius.
Andrew, In the Intenlcw cliilmlnR
to bo authorized 1) him, docH the
iipiml Htunt of luylnR It all unto the
Vote at the primary If you arc u
' .Iti'ptibllcun. Don't let the ote of
Home Itiilem and Democrat elect all
the delegates to the convention.
V Crooked work In connection with
the Munoa nreclnct ballots lb aided In
f Ilio'otlUf tliut liu been howllnt; In
such loud.toni'M about decent politics.
i, No one I'xpeetH that Mr. Dnrnci of
New York liked Theodore Hoosovolt
and the Insurgent iiimeiiient gener
ally No 01)" cnies whether lie does
, or not
Sonicwburo down In .Massnchusetts
t tueru is a iiinii caueu ituv wnu in iuv
I' umn.ililv ullll Pri'Klilent of thn United
HtiileH, though ery little, has linen
heard of, him In the dUpatcIIcd of
Vi".t . , ' -
Some chauffeurs are under the Im
pression that tooting tho nulo horn
frees them from all further responsi
bility. Other chauffeurs think that
the tooting of their auto horns slm
fjply sounds tho warning "If you don't
, .want to get killed, lieut It."
"I nm not fnmlllar wltli every
thing that occurred In the (Ma
noa) precinct prior to my arrival
...therein, hut since my return I am
k'not nwnro that either I, myself,
- or the persons with whom I lmvo
; t associated have done anything
. that would deseno criticism." .
i. " Lorrln Andrews
Listen to the chatter of Hie Inno
, cent child.
THE DUTY OF TOMORROW.
warm political light and descrlng no
further attention from them
The spirit and the letter of the
party rules linwi been iolatcd and!
the student of political crookedness
1ms found many loopholes for cheat-1
lug the honest oter. Tho rules pro-
. . -. .1... H '
iue no itenaiiy, aim wm lespuiict ui
the manipulator Is, What are you go
ing to do about It?
To retain public confidence the par
ty must Mile the tricky politicians out
of any share In tho party control, mid
follow this up with a thorough can-
miss of the part rules so ns to bring
lo Lear Mcry possible safeguard for
protecting the Integrity of the prim
Today the voters havo It In their
hands to record their votes for honest
methods and convention delegates
who stand for honest politics.
Unfortunutely there. Is no aisuranco
of honest balloting or ail honest count
In the Munoa precinct today In bo fur
us the precinct organization olllcers
tiro concerned. Thoro Is every renoii
to belleic: however, that die sentiment
against the Aridrews-lniffnnde.iu
scheme Is so strong that they wII he
overwhelmed, trfckB and all.
Tomorrow, the duty: bf the Itepub-
Jlcan party will M put the rule In
such shape that the political Jobbers
Will hae the least possible chance for
success, and the primaries will be
come so'methlng better than a farce,
which they now nre eory time honest
men aro pitted against trlcksteis.
At tho Inst moment previous to the
"J,v opening of (h primary polls the rep
utntilo Republican voterB of tho Mn-
.. mm ,irMln..t Mini tlinmu,.llu turn ffi
S """ ' -
-face with their old enemy, the com
, inon enemy of the common good, n
c Till Irlrtr lllru nthura tlint finin
Jgono before, Is the work tf the ho-
"called regulars or what ure generally
known us the Andrew s-Iluffundenu
' Having treated the public to sever
al Incidents properly coming under
thuheud of u political dlsgruce, these
Npeople appear to believo that u few
imoro can't do any harm. And besides
this political trick may help them to
pull through some portion of their
"0 What the result of tho stuffed roll
iniid the tricks mid the treachery will
Jbj Is pretty well known but the def
finite figures must await the counting
mr What the honest, fair-dealing clt-
liltens In the Republican party, aro to
Jclii is a mutter that Is of most Immed
iate Importance. On their nctlon or
Inaction will depend the fate of the
Republican party In tho coming elocution.
jjlegardless of party feeling, party
linMlllatloti und party regularity, the
Average citizen of this community und
uf.tnery other stands primarily for
ntriilghtforwurd methods and u square
lit mu'sl bo apparent to every Intel-
illgmit person that a party which falls
poiiu'operly guard Itself ugaiust a rep
letJtloii'of thn Irregularities, und pollt-
Fal 'chicanery, that havo been going
DiiiflIn the Manna precinct at I lie Instl-
ffiutlou uiiil under tho protection of the
Ktfiilyw'g.fluiruniltMil crowd, must loao
he coiillilrllfti (If (he livuruue Pllliull
TIiii llupubllmiu parly iviiiiiiii lltu us
JaHH fur pnllllt'iil iit(iny, If llui
MiTjnilliwni, iif Dm uutiJK!lliiii loik lip
msmmiu ern m l inuiMti MHiuki
fy hu if II liHih(fl
FEDERAL SITE BUSINESS,
Isn't It about time to get down to
business on tho Federal building site?
The latent thing to appear on ttio
horizon Is a proposal to have the Fed
eral olllces In two buildings. This Is
someuue's Individual scheme for go
Itig'tlle longest way around to reach
a gpn point.
This town has hud enough of Indi
vidual schemes tho upshot of which
Is to deluv the construction of the
Federal building. Tho people would
like to liae a few community Ideas
worked out and a little work done for
tbo welfare of the people as it whole.
The Federal olllcluls huvo hut one
tiling to do us u longcqueuce of the
most recent action of Congress.
They must learn whether the prop
erly lor the extension of the site can
be purchased at the figure named by
Congress. If this cannot be done,
these olllcluls should proceed at onco
to condemn the property, fihould tho
condemnation proceedings not bring
the desired result, the sultject Is then
up to Congress.
Honolulu hits been kicked nbout by
pompous Territorial olllcluls until It
Is quite tired.
Tho Federal officials should possess
enough sense to do better.
Let the business of the people bo
dono promptly Otherwise tho Feder
al building for the city of Honolulu
will awolt the coming of the next
century and n vncant lot filled Willi
weeds will bo a monument to the folly
of tho olllcluls trying to force their
Ideas down the throats of an unwill
ing and disgusted populace.
HAWAII'S PUBLIC LAND INCOME.
The American nation devotes the
Incomo (torn Us public lunds to edu
cation. livery Stnto and Territory of the
mainland gives the largest sharu of
the Incomo from Its public lauds to
The Uiud Commissioner of the Ter
rltory of Hawaii Intel p;etH thn
amended Organic, Act tu uioun that
the Income fiom the public hunts of
this Territory shall ho given over tu
hlui to Im expended us hu thinks best
III what ha tails the development or
Mil lui mi nilstullii Any such use of
thn Iiicoiiih from Hie public lauds of
UiU Torrllmy will result In a fur
Ihcr iiiiieinliiieiil or Urn irrituiiic Am,
ami Urn lll i, prtwivu Hie public
Ijth'l ! 8 IttIllrHK for Him yimih r
'Dim MmU Will not iul by hid m. ,
' GET THE BEST AND SAVE MONEY
RATES PER $1,000.00:
Age 21 $11.38
The'sc quotations arc speci
mens; all ages at propor.
tionate rates. See us for
full particulars about this ,
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
Cut this Coupon out and mail to us:
TRENT TRUST CO.. LTD., Superintendent,
The Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New Yotk,
Without obligating myself to take a policy, I would
like information' as to your new contract and the rates for
I was born on the day of
shall be changed, unit Hint order huii
ported by the mandate of tho Terri
torial government representing tho
Tho tequcst of the tlnplil Transit
Company Is one that should not be
Tho Territorial government Is sup
posed to represent ;tfitiulillc In thin
matter, nnd If n vote were tajten of
thosn who patronize the cam. how
Intitiy could you expcjcl ttJ (favor tho
uoriM! I'lcrrmis itt
r.NDKIITIIK MM" in irvi.Y
HO.Mi:, August 13 Objectionable,
moving picture shows aro to be sup
pressed by law in Italy for the reason
that the government believes that they
!..... i Him l.inlt fittlui, (if fill, I Itt-fllltlt III
cieiii'c in Juvenile crime.
According to tho new Invv which the
government has framed, all films must
ho submitted before exhibition to local
(ommittees for uppiovul. Alter ap
proval the Will will Lo taxed unless
they ale of an educatlonal.charucter, I
reureseiitliic natural scenery, cities.
monuments, sportn, Industries, cpl-
jsodes lit natural life, etc. t
, Muniigcrs who Infringe tho law may
no linen up 10 ?iiu tor mo nrsi onense
For second and other offenses tho pin-
ally will bo lyuch heavier. All nbjec
tlonnblo nlmsvvvlll he dcstro)cd. No
ihll'licn under thirteen will bo allow-,
eu to witness me entertainments tw
ins their parents aro with them.
II takes a good cook to fit up nn
thing to cat so a man can't tell what
FIVE YEARS' CHASE
MEXICO CITV1 Aug. 20. After a
pursuit covering live .vcais, John
Joseph I'lnv, a 8rlan, Is about to
bo returned to Seattle to stnnd trial
for the murder .Im Hint city of l.ntn
Nicholas, n 17-yenr-old girl of his
own rhee, Flav will leavd .Mexico
on rVonduy In -custody of a deputy
Eherlff. Flav lied to Mexico nfter
Hie crlmo was committed In 1905.
Ho vvus recognized reicntly In Tu
Innclngo, Stale bf' Hidalgo, by a
(Ireek dealer In Syrian goods, who
notllled the Seattle authorltlei.
Philosophy Is tho thing Hint makes
you take other peoplq's distress with
Very desirable home, corner
Fensacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
The price is riglit and
terms can be arranged.
BishopTrust Co., Ltd.
QUOTE YOUR PRICES BY
The office is open from 8 to 10
a. m. Sundays.
will make your silver shine
like new, if expended in the
purchase of a cake of
G0RHAM SILVER POLISH
Gorham Silver Polish
One cake will last you for
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
with the declaration of tiuv ii'llclnt
or olllclutri of the Terrlloiy id Ha
waii. There are men In Coiigiom who will
fight for Hie preservation of tradi
tional lines In dealing with public
lands and education In Hawaii, If self
ish or scheming olllchtls of Hie Ter
ritory will not
Governor Frenr Is soon to pass up
on the idea of tho Ituplil Transit that
the street car conductors shall not be
forced lo change live or tin-dollar
gold pieces when given them by pas
sengers paying a fuio.
It .Is perhaps better to put It that
the Itapld Transit company has asked
the Governor to expel from tho cms
every man, woman and child who hap
pens to forget to get small change be
fore going to tho street cur In other
words tint Itapld Transit Company
asks the Cov'eruor to linpohu a penalty
Al llrst thought, this sounds 1'il.e
mighty good discipline, but after
thinking It over this plea uppears
inoru like an adiimatitlno assumption
on the pint of our excellent public
service corporation now having e
cliisivu use of our streets.
Thn people of Honolulu havo yet to
In conv luted that tho habit of forcing
street car lonductors to muko change
lu lnrge amounts Is so strong and so
genera, and indeed such an epidemic
that the Itapld Transit Is entitled to
special relief from Its woes.
Who can Imagine nil) thing more
productive of public disgust alul ic
sentment than a condiiotor, uetluj.
j under orders, tefusing to nccept II vt
I dollars that a lady might profer him
on account of having no change, Iho
woman put off tho car because the
order is that no lurgo money piece.
During this month only we offer the following choice
Kuimuki residences for purchase, upon terms within the
reach of anybody desirous of acquiring a home. Small cash
payment and balance it monthly instalments. Call nnd 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
trees. Stables and servants' quarters.
NO, 2 New two-bedroom bungalow. Magnificent view
of two o:cans; adjoining Kaimukt Crater (re
served as a paik). Either ono or two lots, as
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE
Tliree-betlroom furnished bungalow on tho Kaimukl car
line, One of the most comfortable homes in Honolulu,
Kurt llui Urrcluiit Btri
Sail Tranoisoo, Aug 30, 19 LO
Address: Jordan's, Honolulu
Purchased entire stock, fifty-eight cents on
dollar. Returning Wilhelmina.
mHE 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 dqal
was closed for.
The stock comprises
ReadytoWear Suits and
for Women and Children
Coats and Skirts
in Linen, Silks, and Cravenette ,
and a Big Assbrtment 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.
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