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EVENING nOLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1910.
,'BAILY and, WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
S'At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Don't you be a "leaner," be a "lift
er" if you can;
, Don't "hinder"' men, but "help"
them on their way;
And vow whatever else you do
vou're coinc to be a man
A full-sized man, right here, just
' Nixon Waterman.
Kntml tlilnkn Honolulu would like
4 I...... tin (V,1ni-n1 iiitl Iff I tit fin tll.
jtV HI llini' I ID 1 lUt'l HI UUililH - "
t1tco Square. No, thank you, very
Pniui h. Please.
if' Kciiiotnlicr that unity anil rooper-
K'ntlnn In tlio campaign organlratlon
'are quite ni liiiinrtatil as tho noinl
'natloii of good men on tlic ticket.
Hot ween Roosevelt, Seldol and
Lorlmer. tlie list of undesirable
guests llil fair to become ns -lone
its Ilia membership roll of the Ana
Standpatters tarried the prize
fight State. Republican Insurgents
bae never been vetv strong tn com
inniiucnlilm that are corrupt and
Itopubllcans need not worry over
ihnt tho Democrats will do. If tho
Rcpitblltan party In Its platform and
performance demonstrates Its gijpd
faith In Keeping closo to tho people.
' Members of tho District and
County Convention will show their
good Judgment by postponing action
on nominations until after the Ter
ritorial Convention has outlined the
party's position on the main Issues.
Mayor Scldel of Milwaukee docs
not strengthen himself nor does he
add dignity to his oflltc by refusing
to meet Theodore Roosevelt or any
other guest of his city. A mayor Is
supposed to represent nil the people
of IiIh city In matters of common
Sonic of Ilalllngcr's friends must
havo slipped a cog when they al
lowed tho minority of tho Investlgat
lng committee to get off by Itself
and pass a full-Hedged resolution
that must appear on the record
Usually tho minority's only chance
Is to oto "No" on tho whitewash
How much better overyono feolB
when an ancient dispute llko the
old Newfoundland fisheries case Is
icttled In a civilized manner. Wheth
er America won all tho' vital points
for which It contended or not. tho
peoplo will bo mu-h better satisfied
with tho result than with tho past
hundred cars of bluff and counter
bluff. Honolulu should bo regarded ns
nn especially appropriate center to
first glvo expression of America's
good will toward China. Wo havo
furnished China with ono of Its
most Important luw Interpreters,
ulso Its most famous revolutionist
Tlmo extremes havo liecn filled in
with n good nuinbor of hlgh grado
rEDKRAL SITE JOCKEYING.
Co uway from homo to learn tho
news. Is ono of tho remarks ono ofton
liearB In business matters
It applies to the following from tho
(Jardcii Island editorial columns, that
Indicates how tho schouicrs for ma
nipulating tlie Federal building slto
have become loss cautious In talking
to their outsldo Island friends than
they nro lit Honolulu:
Many of our residents am
I' iliiK('tl to no that public opin
ion In Honolulu Is Inclining more
anil more to favor the slto for tint
liuw Federal building which Is In
llio villi Ity or th" Capitol mid Ju
diciary UlllilillK. th" ' II '
Placed I i the plan drawn lust
iwr by A 'mimus iMiiiUrapii iirtut,
fur tho IiImhI kiohiuk of the pith
lie IWlltlJllK" nf Hie tit)' III a 'CU
ill (Vltiif " '1 lt' lIMllHI' liflVtrH'll
bl. U mul tn Miitr Mttw w
tMNptftwi I np' mh utel b
IWfMiillf Htti f$ i)WH,-.H-i)
mt&m&-M . , J&kidtmt&k fc .
rf Year, mjwtnie In U.S I.oo
PerYtat anywhere n Canada,, I. no
Per Year lostpalJ.toitiin 2,o
Rnlncil at Ine PoatoKcc at Honolulu
u eecond-clais matter.
SEPTEMBER 8, 1910
vnntaga In building It on Fort
street In the place of the business
block thoro now, to make nny se
rious illlfcrenco to tho residents
of tho City or tho nrrlvnls at tho
waterfront, or tn compensate. In
any decree for tho loss which
would result to the plan for tho
hc.tutlucntlon of the city If tho
finest of our public buildings nro
scattered nt haphazard all over
There has not been n sufficient
reversal of Honolulu public sentiment
ou tho Federal building matter to
make It apparent to tho naked eye
50,000 FOR PROMOTION.
Twcnty-flio thousand dollars Is tho
modest sum tho Promotion Committee
ask? this year for Its work, and tho
secretary adds that fifty thousand dot
lars could bo used to gobd purpose
And why not fifty thousnnd dollars
for Promotion, the coming year'
Most every ono ought to bo satisfied
that the money this city has expend
ed for promotion Is on the wholo
money well spent. It Is n good tlieo
retlcal Investment and excellent prac'
tlcji returns, direct nndtfridlrcct, have
Tho direct return is evidenced In
the steadily increasing number of
tourists coming to tho Islands every
Xo less Important is the indirect
value that comes from a wider circle
of American citizens gaining it knowl
edge P(. the (actB of tho Territory of
Hawaii Irreparnblo damage may bo
done the Islands by misinformation or
lack-onttforirmrton. All the fncts and
the truth nbouto.nr development nnd
opportunities Is." the best possible in
surance 'against adverse and foolish
Fifty thousand dollars a year paid
out for publishing broadcast the facts
concerning Hawaii Is a comparatively
small insurance premium on a hun
dred million or more of value In per
sonal and'propcrty Interests
This has been a prosperous vear.
Tho peopfo can afford to Invest their
money In further guaranteeing tho
prosperity of tho future.
Glio tho Promotion Committee fifty
thousand dollars, Tho peoplo nro pay
ing tho tax that provides the fund.
They reap tho benefits of promotion
THE IMMIGRATION ISSUE.
Immigration will bo a lending issuo
In this ) car's campaign, becauso soma
of tho errors of tho Republican Immi
gration policy nro to bo selected its
tho special object of attack by the
Immigration will bo it tower of
strength for the Republican party If
u campuign or enlightenment, a cam
paign of truth and it campaign of
honest consideration of obvious facts
Ik carried on.
In framing up tho party's position,
It will bo worso than folly to ap
proach tho peoplo In nn nrbltrary
style nnd attempt to Jam down their
throats a harsh, tyranlcal, arbitrary
declaration that a fow very reputable
citizens hnvo expicsscd their opinion
that the Immigration luw is all right
and thoreforo It must he so mid It
must bo continued In exactly Its pres
ent form, and it must be this or It
must bo that.
Let no one fool himself with nn Idea
that tho peoplo of tills Territory ran
ha driven or scared Into doing that
which, for want of Intelligent discus
sion, does not appeal to their Idea of
what Is right.
Opponents of Hid Immigration law
may bn divided Into two classes.
First those who kmm lliuy mo nils
leading the pinplu and thereby nnd
in mining tlm piimpurliy of iim Terri
tory, hut willing In do anything In
K'i II a few Miles; and, ti'iniid thorn
linliwlb iipWtwM Ihmiiuw tin rri'l
II) I he iwtwi' stMirsil nom ilu o-
Ai&flail iiniLitartiliiiti im i ,.n I,. .. ...i n.
lijft!rtt ikv flrt (tt HSI Hunt III
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Very desirable home, corner
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Your choioe of two proper
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The price is right nnd
terms can be arranged.
TO YOUR PRIENDS AT SEA
Office Open Sunday Mornings From
Eignt to J.en
carried right Into tho enemy's coun
try and waged with unceasing energy
to expose their hypocrisy nnd deceit.
Tho blazo of publicity will send them
scurrying to their holes. Hut tho
campaign of education and exposure
must bo vigorous, Intelligent and In
With tho second class It Is differ
ent. They must be met half wny.
Tho leaders nnd tho enthusiasts on
both sides must remember thnt all
government and tlie best of represen
tative government Is a Bystcm of com
If nny particular mcabiire docs not
meet the approval of the majority, It
villi sooner or lator go to defeat. The
clear headed and honest pnrtlzan will
do his utmost to make tho compro
mise before going to tho peoplo for
tholr votes, rather than court defeat
and havo tho compromise forced upon
him by successful opponents.
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. Ncwlv nanered and nainted throughout.
irsta fit ali lit
2 New two-bedroom bungalow. Magnificent view
of two oceans; adjoining Kaimuki Crater (re
served as a park), Either 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.
-ite mg TifTiMiiiiiiriiiii V-nfi riifil nn liiifH In l
These.quotations are speci
mens; all ages at pwpor.
tionate rates. See us for
full particulars about this
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
Is Your Time
Docs your watch keep
good timet If it does not, it
is in need of expert services.
If your watch is not run
ning right, bring it to us for
examination. We will give
you an honest report on its
condition, and if it needs re
pairing wo will give it care
ful and competent attention.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Ono phase of tho Immigration work
has gone under the nnmo of n failure.
Admitting this to bo tho caso, let It ho
noted that work in that direction
stopped Immediately failure threat
ened All will admit that Portuguese Im
migration lias been a success. Tho
Portuguese lias not run nnyone out
of work, nnd he has found homo mak
ing In Hawaii to his liking.
The wise policy therefore for the
Itcptibllcnn party In dealing with Im
migration, Is to stand firmly for tho
proved success of the Immigration
policy, and meet nt lenst half way the
voters who bcllcvo that a portion of
tho fund secured from the conserva
tion and Immigration tax should bo
expended for such permanent Im
provements us permanent construc
tion of tho main highways of tho Is
lands. For, wo must remember thnt
roads nro equal In Importnnco to lm-
covered with aljade and fruit
nnd aMr-trn ni-t miattr
ntiu suh uivn
None better than those carried by us
Get full value for your money
by buying from us
The Regal Shoe Store
McCandless Bldg., King and Bethel
migrants, Tho man who wants to
establish a homo must havo a pass
nblo highway over which to trnvel
Oood roads certainly go hand In hand
The only lime when the Ilcpubll
can party can afford to bo arbitrary
Is when exposing the falsity and con
foundlug the schemes of Its enemies.
(Xon''iucd from Pasr 1)
I. I-'- lie brown complexion rod
d ' -s .tat marks and scars, two
molt., .(.uw right nxllhi; molo 1 In
below right nipple; molo upper left
hip. Hoar right cjebrow; threo niolet
between scapula; mole below left but
tock. Kindly arrest and wire mo nt my
expenso If ho Is discovered or If his
body Is found. I hold warrant charg
ing him with murder.
Will forward photograph If I can
Kindly request your locnl nowspa
nors to Klvo as much publicity as ios-
slblo to this matter In tho hopo of
apprehending this mnn If ho Is allvo
or of finding his romntns u iieau.
(Signed) C T KLMOTT.
United States Marshal.
Following Is, tho program for tho
concert to lie glvon tonight In CIiiib,
k. Illshon Hall. Punahou. at 8:15
Piano Solo Mrs. S. M. Halloti
Itncltotlon Sombre. Miss Kay Hell
Solo Mother o' Mino. . .Philip Hall
Accompanied by Mrs. Henry
Hecltntlon Sweet (llrl Graduates
Miss Hay Hell
Piano Solo Mrs. llallou
"Tho Porslau Oardon,"
Artists Mrs. Allan White, Mrs.
Stephen Norton Hobo, Arthur Wall,
(Icorgo A. llrown.
Accompanist Mrs, 8, M. llallou.
' Tickets aro ono dollar. Tho pro
teeds of this contort go to buy n
piano for tho dirts' Industrial
This Is tho last opportunity of
hearing Mrs. Allan White, ns sho
leaves on tho China for Huropo,
iiitali to tho regret of Honolulu
Mrs. Ilasmus Hugo of Warren,
Minn, and her elght-months.old
dilld wore drowned when tholr nil
loinobllu Kllppoil limit Into the river
after falling lo mount an Incline
fiiim a feirj hunt In n dot k,
- i i
Hrti'iiil linlluii luliorriw wt'in Kill
ed ami n liiign Milliliter "Pin Injured
to Urn iniKipio of h imil nf II ilPlil
of tlm I' (Illlp Nmipanv, 01
Miiwoiik, N V till tlt Mu poner
Boys and Girls ,
(Continued from Page 1)
gates, have been widely distributed
through tho malls.
"Kxcurslon matters seem to ho
progressing satisfactorily. Through
tho efforts largely of Mr. James Mc
Can ill ess, that Indofatlgablo worker
for Hawaii, tho S. S. Wllliclnilna has
been chnrtered for her February tilp
and Is expected to bring ns many
Shrlncrs ns sho nut possibly carry.
If the present schedule Is maintain
ed, this steamer will arrive at Ho
nolulu February 21, In tlmo for her
passengers to participate In the
Floral Parade and Carnival. An ef
fort should bo made, however, to
keep the steamer In port until tho
23rd, In order that tho Shrlncrs may
havo nn opportunity to enjoy nil of
From Los Angeles.
"Ilcgnrdlng .tho Los Angeles ex
cursion, Mr. Frank Wiggins, secre
tary of tho I.os Angeles Chamber of
Commerce, writes under date of Au
gust 29 us follows;
" 'Wo are taking up tho proposi
tion of running nn excursion to Ho
nolulu some tlmo In February, Just
now it Is all talk, but I would llko
to havo ou glvo nio this Informa
" 'If wo succeed In pulling It off,
whnt arrangements can bo inndo nt
Illlo for tnUng tho party to tho
volcano, nnd the rate?
" 'What nro tho facilities now for
docking tho vessel at Illlo; what
are tho hotel rates there, and ulso
whnt will bo tho hotel rates In Ho.
"'Wo had a conferenco with Mr.
Diinuii. Saturday, and ho Is moro
than mixlous to cooperate In pull
lug off a first-class excursion, using
tho Uueon ns a means of transportn
Hon. Mr. Hnymond Is enthusiastic,
and I think will tiso very strong
nigiimonts with tho board, Wednes
day, urging that wo accept tho prop
osition he makes.'
"Mr. Dunan roforrcd lo in tho
letter Is the gonornl passenger ugent
of the Pacific Coast Steamship Com
pany. Mr. llavmond Is chairman or
tho IJa Angeles Chamber of Coin-
nierco excursion committee owner
of tlib Itaymond Hotel, Pasadena,
nnd piesldeul of tho Raymond Wlilt
comb excursion Agency.
"With rcfoiento to the proposed
oxcurslon from Puget Sound, our
agent lit Seattle, Mrs. lleadlco,
writes ns follows:
From the Sound.
' 'I am happy to leport that the
pumpettlvo excursion, Is moving
very tatUfnttnrlly. Mr. Vandell,
Mr. King, nuvuial otlieis lilul ni)elf
I impel led the Prime. Rupert, tlm
Meinuer Unit will probably bn lined
for Iliu trip. Hint U Imbed n beauty
till nuuldtt stulmoniiis, largo ami
nil); iinl) tv. n lierths In imii'Ii, Hlie
Is limiiiilfiilly (iirnlidiwl, new uinl
trim, iibi hi iRir at us miKhi wim
did m iii iMiiiilii. Imi In fVMir
ullmr imtfwi Jut liut It iHM
Sho can' carry 22,1 passengers. Thoy
havo cabled to London about her In
surance, ob that docs not cover a
decp-sca voyage; so wo oxpect to
know definitely about hrr nnd I will
then forward photos for uso In our
locnl papers. Mr. Yandell nnd Mr.
Klug are both enthusiastic about the
excursion nnd I feci assured of suc
cess.' Teachers to Come.
"The principal of tho Humboldt
High School at St. Paul, Minn.,
again" writes stating definitely that
a party of llftccn or twenty teachers
from that city will spend next
j car's lutig vacation In Hawaii.
Pointers for Porto Rico.
"In compllnnco with tho request
of Governor Coulton of Porto Ulco.
wo reported hull fully ns to our
work at Atlantic City. y the last
mall we itro In receipt of Informa
tion that tho Legislature of Porto
Rico has appropriated the sum of
1 1B, 000, which, with n llko amount
furnished by tho merchants nnd
planters, will bo expended by their
Chamber of Commorco In advertis
ing Porto Rico at Atlantic City,
commencing Mnrch 1, 1311.
'Hie puuiicity ct-ininuii-vB ui mo
various chambers of commcrco nnd
boards of trado throughout tho Unit
ed States nro planning for vigorous
campaigns during tho next fow
months. Following Is a short list
of appropriations decided upon its
por recont letters:
.tluffalo, $100,000; Poughkccpsle,
$50,000; Des Moines, $30,000; Port
land, Me.. $50,000; Scnttle, $100
000; Huntington, W. Va.. $25,000;
Chicago, $500,000; Memphis, $50,
000; Portland, Ore., $100,000; Spo
kane, $75,000; Minneapolis, $25,
000; Pnrkorshurg, W. Va., $100,000.
"I hopo that our committee may
securo ii fund of at least $25,000 for
this year's work. Wo could use
$50,000 to distinct udvantagc.
"During this month and next wo
should gct special clrculur matter
Into tho hands or fully 25,000 rail
way mid steamship agents. Tho
matter for n special mailing card Is
being prepared, and will ho submit
ted to tho committee, one side giv
ing a series of views representing
'Winter Sports In Hawaii,' tho other
containing', besides tho address, a
brief message to tho man(Wo want
"A number of letters camo to
hand by tho Wllhclmlna from dif
ferent pnTls of tho world, many of
them stating positively that tho
wrltors would visit Hawaii the com
Promotion's New Work,
"While tho Promotion Committee
has at dlfloront times received pecu
llnr loiters nnd been asked to do
queer things, wo scarcely ex poet ed
to bo called upon to serve legal pa
pers, nnd et by the lust .steamer
a letter came to hand from un at
torney In n Western (Ity, asking us
In servo pupers In it divorce action,
nun nf tho put lies being uuiipoui to
ri'tldo III Honolulu ltei'iettflll
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