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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T It. WIIDNRSOAY, SEPT. 14, 1910.
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SEPTEMBER 14, 1010
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
1 j Cecil Brown,
A. F. Judo",
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
John K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcalllno,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
S. K. Mahoe.
John C. Lane.
f' John Cathcart.
Robert W. Shingle
' CITY CLERk
D. Kalaupkalani, Jr. "
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Ebon P. Low, ' i
Harry E. Murray, '
James C. Quinn. '
DEPUTY SHERIFFS ' .
Honolulu Wm. K. .SimersonJ
Waialua OscarCox. j
Kooraupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau. I
Ewa John Fqrnandez. J
Koolauloa L. K. Naonc. '
Tho truth is alwRyt the strongest
Tliero will be no '
member 8tli next.
'perhaps" on No
, It's ii great ticket. Now got to
work and roll up a great majority for1
fc-Koep wntch and mark up tbo, num
; bor oMJemocruts who bow tho jtnee
ami kiss mo root or Hoss McCand
When Democrats ovade or attack
vtho. ImmlKratlon Issue tloy am, pUy.j
Ins the old Democratic gitmo of
preaching ruin In tho hope, ot gaining
u ifou otos
1 iJJoiwOltCiMdleds y Immigration'
JH ,uot good ror Havvnll What, does
iHonolulii iilii)H do. to the Dona who
utartH nut to ust tho community fur
bin private purposes?
IIhhh .Md'nndless In in (oiiiploU
n iiniiiiii HI lliu ll'llllKllllir lllllip lllll
IJia puii'lii will not votu lo til vii a m-
Jltldil biHW uiiy uiithorlly mur tho
lirrilllN Uf IIUVMlll UK U UholH
lliu in, p i i, ji ,I M
Twiil) dull iwllllfw HI Urn Novt
'mi mMw wfa miiIi m Tmm
i itenia Pima cq)'
writ wwr fw
Tho Stato of Washington ItipuWI
cons, while gcncrall) In tho Ihsurg-
ch( column! hnvo had tho discrimin
ating Jullgmcht to ronomlnnto tho
standpnt father ot tho ship subsidy
Theodore Hooscvclt linn cxplnlncd
vhy he used cold print to call the
editor of the New York nvcnlnt; Post
"liar" Mvorjono la wondering
vhclhcr Uoosevclt thought thcio was
really nny reed for nn explanation.
Cecil Drown has it legislative rec
ord that w'll assuro him first placo
imong thoso sent to tho Legislature
this Pall Absoluto Independence nnd
legislative ability nro qualities that
ire needed In the law-making body.
Honolulu has set a pace for tho
Republicans of tho Islands to follow
(especially docs the County of Ha
waii Have need to tako notice nnd
name candidates who will not mis
represent the average citizenship of
Honolulu Is a community that
stands for absolute justice If cer
there was one on earth. In more than
ne city tho IneldcntR of the Porto
lean rape case, recently closed with
. verdict of guilty, would hate called
lor more prompt action than can bo
btaln(;d through the courts.
Maine was swept by tho Democrats
owing., to tho, rev pit against, the Pro
hibition larte, supportod by the Re
publicans. After Prohibition hns
been wiped out tho Republicans will
Tcturnrtovthcir old places and Dem
ocracy will find Its tenure of omce
mighty short As Hawaii has settled
Its Prohibition question independent-
hM .Party; politics, tho local Demo
crats! will nnd:rm cause., for hopo it
quoting mo returns rrom Maine.
irSrOREATI NOW WORK!
Tho Republican party of the Tpr-
LrltoryApt .Hnwall ,nnd, tho City nnd
County of Honolulu haa placed before
,lhp motors of tho Territory and of thp
Island, of Oaliu, tho best balanced,
most iroprcscntaflvo, apd Wrongest
list or candidates that has ever
bocn offered by tho Republican party
op any pther since jho Territorial
Boyernmeot was prganlzed. , ,
I, Tbo, ticket is Etrong.from tbo Btand-'
point pf jtho nvcrago roan. t Is well
shtp;d a .regards tho business jrcp
rescntnUpn. ( Qn t aro Jaund abjo
men, from, tho. eovcra) olem.cnt? (hat
K9 to nko up, our cpsmopolltun conv
munlty.1 And all the men are so wel
nchpole.it In the proic.nLday!jBj)Irk pt
comblnlqg ,for tbn, ppntmop qqpi of,
all, cloments and a gtnernl, odvanijo-'
ment, (bat the slato taken as n wliol'o"
'"thoroughly American In, character
.Any Ruction that,jcomcs out wth &
wlijne qf dlssatlflfactlou or .thoso
men nnd this ticket would seem to
come within that class, of persons to
which Mj Roosevelt referred In one
,of,bls recent speeches when ho said,
"It n man l(u natural born fool you
?an't do .much with him."
Out oven with men of this descrip
tion thero is, still Jtppp, In the present
Instance. , (j (
jA flrst class campaign, pondpeted
vyn jinrelentlng. Igor, and appeal
ing to, the. common senso apd good'
Judgment ot t,he idqctoratn Is certain
tp brln even. Jbo doubtful ,qoos to
Pderflfonvl (ho prror of tl)9l,r ways,
cause, them to otn right, and not pnly
tiini inn wiioio IICKet Dill roll up a
run) Hiring iippuniimn majority over
Honolulu lias ntner seen a Ilniuli
iieiui lonveniiou hi which Hunt was
lens ilUron) and Jemi btr fm,llnim.
lain hun ho ii)ivintiiiu Jut iond
ll wi" ry irMbly dim in Mm
fart I hut Hit' villein Mnpri'Mi!) hilr
ili'fnii'iM)t"t tiT ili'Hilj In iln prim.
Ill)' ImIIhIHiK 'III' IIIIUl.il (If iMltlll
wtm h(iw ihruKli mm Hiitiiifiin.i ,
Mr 'l lli&i HrHiiiiMicii nil Die mim
vfiiilwm Piirihwiwiv iim iiimipi
JJ UMILiU iJrtiWlw Umi iltti ,.ot)
f S) " (
The Interstate Com
merce Commission gives
the total number of
casualties to passen
gers on railways for
the year ending June
30, 1009, as follows:
Killed, 253; injured,
10,311, During the pre
ceding year the record
was: Killed, 381; in
Many thoughtful peo.
pic provide themselves
with accident insur
ance policies before
starting on a trip to
the mainland. The
Trent Trust Co., Ltd,
sells policies which
protect man and wife
as well oj a single person.
Two - story 10 - room
modern house; all mod
ern improvements; 75
by 140 lot; city arte
sian water. Property
is close to car-line.
Very desirable home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
The price is 'right and.)
terms can bo arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Friends at Sea Appreciate a
Office Open Sundav Mornings from
Eight until Ten
scnBO to noi attempt 10 uo loo mucu
In one session The postponement of
the nomination of legislative candi
dates to a dato when this branch of
the ticket could recclvo tho undivided
attention of the delegates undoubted
ly had a great deal to do with the
good character of tho selection Only
bossed slates ure Jammed through so
that thcro Is no time, allowed for care
It is now up to tho party managors,
the candidates, and tho men defeated
for nomination to organlzo them
selves Into a working forco that will
repeat the good Judgment. nnd tho en-
orgetlq handling ot tho situation that
was shown In tho convention Six
(ul weeks remain for campaigning.
Oct together and pull for tho whole
If'jbls Is done, ,nnd wo believe It
wlll.ithcro will bo nothlpg, left of tho
jPcmjjcratlcpar ty, byj, anjunjilcasant
memory ino city nnu mo Territory
Is Your Time.
Does your watch keep
good lime? If it does not, it
a 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 we will give it care
ful and competent attention.
H. F. iWfchman
& Co.. Ltd.,
will go forward to a moro speedy
realization ot the best, that offers for
the Greater Honolulu and the New
RICHARDS TO WOOLLEY.
Theodore Richards, In voicing what
ho terms an appreciation of the Into
John O W'oolleyj' takes occasion to
attempt a few phrases In criticism of
tho Hullo tin Ills comment' is
published as having appeared In Tho
This Is tho samo Theodore Richards
who wrote to Win J, Coelho on Ma
8, 1007, while Coelho was still a mem
ber of tho Legislature: ,
"Our business relations havo
nlwaya been on a distinctly
FRIHNDLY basis. You appear to
iloslro to havo that clement with
drawn. I druw my inference
from your nttltudo to my noto as
(vTDurinfrfMjijnqntponly we offer the following choice
Xaunuki residences" fjr purchase, upon terms within the
jreacji.pf 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. Kcwlv napcrcd and sainted throughout.
Lot 100x225, covered with shade and fruit
V ' ' ' 'trees. Stables and servants' nuarters.
HO, 3 Nevy,tyo.bedroom bungalow. Magnificent view
of, two oceans; adjoining Kairauki Crater (re
served as a park). Either one or two lots, as
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE
Three-bedroom furnitbrd bungnlow oh the Kaimukl car
line. One of tho most comfortable homes in Honolulu.
IWIlIffiJj'ABOUT TIME FOR YOU FELLOWS TO COME OUT OF THERE."
, J l dirt In Mlnntapolil Jiurrtnl.
well as our allying yoirself
openly with tho liquor Interests
In the vote on tho Local Option
question Notwithstanding jour
frequent statements to tho con
trary J ou opposed a measure
which jou knew then vvus op
posed by the liquor men on tho
distinct lssuo that such n meas
ure was Inimical to their Inter
ests. That Is jour business per
haps hut I Judge that having
made jour choice, of friends jou
nro willing to abide by It, and
will henceforth look for favors
from thai side w boll) My regret
In this matter will bo henceforth
considered I imutcrlal Now to
UUHl.Ni:SS, then since you will
huvo It so
"Should jou desire to buy tho
house on tho old terms, ptjlng
rent to date ou nro nt liberty to
do so If I do not hclir from ou
before 'ti-e Plrst I will undcr
st i"d I j oir sllenco that ou
u-u no loiigor Interested in tho
place ar ' will advortfso for a
r-r turn .t with the expectation
I i Hie I'ltHMISKS WIM- 1IK
VAC.wlKD 1JY THAT TIMH"
A man who would write such a
letter to a member of tho Legislature
after having sought his favorablo oto
Is not In a position to sneer or ques
tion tho mo nil o of any newspaper or
arty num without having that sneer
and that question accepted among
honorablo men as u mark of tho high
character of thoso ho assails
Theodore Richards llko John Q
Woollcy shines In tho sunlight of
I'alr Hay llko tho splfllcnttd remains
of decadent liMiocrlsy Ho nnd Wool
ley In their exchange of self-laudations
and their evil things s.ild of oth
er pcoplo romlnd nno of tho lines dedi
cated to a man In an auto
"And nil ho left behind him was
tho smell of gasollno "
'tft fin) MtroLiut fitrcMi ' 4
(Continued from Page 1)
completed lis labors, tho adjournment
iitliig tnkcn shoitl) after midnight.
Tho result was about us oxpictid
In m.inj quarters, Chariot Chilling
worth and Cecil Drown being noniln
nt.'d from tho Fourth District, John
Huglits bilng signally dcfealid A. F.
Judd was without opinsltlon and A. 8
Kalclopu's strength was loo much for
Achl who was also ambitious to be
como n nominee for a place In tho
upper hoiiso of th( legislature
lUBiirgont IMJ Towse of Kalmtikl
won out and there. Is Jo In the ranks
of Iho Kaimukl Insurgents Jon Colien
Inst ninl lost with duality, for his
iiaino was scnitf lied fioin thp ballot,
on tho giomnl Unit ho vvoili not lake
tho platfoiin pledge
'lliu t'ohoii Incident was tho fimtiro
of lliu iiiivuii(in, ho liofug illwiuull
lltd us a ipiib(uiii imiilliliilii alter
('hull until liivukimii hud ilt'ddod Hint
ln did mil Hike Hie plotlgu in mipport
Hie lliMUilillt'uil pint ni ill
Thi' qiiiiiin mid himumkh Hull li
uii". i in (.dim h.tu ilfPppAl vvwn
tt. i.,iii, .. uiuirbii mhi (Mm 11
UI' I llii h WliiMHl is m liU
iiivin mi hu IiiimiIIII4IW ktUllMvk Mltl
Mlln JiM Hl 14U lkMI Ibv kWur
in opiiosltlon to Cohen.
Chairman llieckons Mr. Colieu, do
jou pledgo joursclt to this platform?
Cohen If It floes not mean tbo
dumping of foreign labor on tho
btroets of Honolulu uud tho throwing
of Hawaiian labor out of woik,
Mr Breckons Mr Cuhcn lefuses to
pleIge himself to tho platform and
Is therefore disqualified Iho other
candidates will take tho pledge
Cohen Immcdlntel) retired fronr tho
platform, his political aspiration hav
ing been ended on Iho ground that ho
would -not subscribe to tho platform
Ukjii which ho asked to be a nominee.
As A. V Iiidd wns tho only other
candidate from tho Fifth ho was nOni
Iniited for thu Heualo by iicclamutlon
iinild great applauso.
Following tho appointment ot tell
ers balloting was In order and tho re
sults wcro a surprlso to many, tho
ballots showed Iho following result's.
For long term Senators Cecil
Drown, 140, Chiliingworth, 121; Clar
ence Crabbo, 47; John Hughes, i75.
For tho short term A- S. Kalciopu
defenleil Achl 12C to 80
When tho Semite oto was read off
John Hughes moved (hut tho nomin
ation of Cecil Drown ho made unani
mous, which wns done Tho samo
thing was dono with Chllllngwortli ou
tho motion of Clarcnco Crabbo and
A. 8 Knlolopu's nomination was nuiilo
unanimous ou tho motion of Achl.
Tho Fifth first announced Its results
on balloting for tho Houso us follow ti:
Frank K. Archor, 47; A I, Cnsllo.
75; S P Correa, C2; li J Crawford,
1C, pi. K Fernandez. 33. 11 .1. Ony.
il; Wm, K. Isaac, S; Jos. Kalana, 9;
. K. Kama, 27; 9. K. Kninaksla, 6;
Wm. A Kiino, 17, Chas. Knuckoa, G3;
Unci Kinney. 17; Sol. Mahelona, 29;
8 K. Mahoe, 40.
Tho first ballot in tho fourth result
ed as follows.
Robert Houplll Ilakcr, 4G; C. II.
Drown, 13; M S boponto, 3Q; I.lmn
Knhaiinaclc, 47, J II 8. Kalco, 3;
Jno. K Kamanoulu, 81; Hiram Kolo
mokij, 53, I: K. Mllkalant, 8; H. A. C.
Umg. 78; Geo. MnknlelinJ 14; A. Q.
Marcallliio, 77; A St, C, Pllanala, 37:
Uvl. Tows6, S8; Norman Watkins, 80;
Wm Williamson, SI.
The first billot In tho Fjflh gavo
nominations to Archer, Correa, Castlo
and Knnekoi He faro tho second ballot
Kane, Gay Isaac, Kinney, Knlana and
Crawford declared their withdrawals,
tho tecoml ballot resulting Ed, K.
I"crnandoz, 37; I). K. Kama, 21; 8 K.
Kamakala, 2; Sol. Mahelona, 29; 8.
IC Muljoe, 60
This ballot gavo a nomination to
S. K. 'Mahoo, ono moro to bo cboson,
an hopor whlcb fell to Hddlo Fernan
dez when Kiiluakala withdraw, Fer
nandez' nomination was then mnito
unanimous upon tho motion ot Den
Tho convention closed with a mo
tion of thanks to tho chairman, II, W.
Drcckons, mado by W, W. Harris who
was II reckons' opponent for tho placo
when tho convention opened.
Tho limit that Is to celebrate,
tho cud of tho convention and tho bo
ginning of tho campaign Is to bo held
tonight at Ulrnno hall nnd will bo at
tended by all tho convention delegates
and llcpuhllcan leaders.
The greatest care is used in selecting
the olives for making
Only sound, perfect fruit is used, It is absolutely pure'
with exquisite flavor.
YOUIl GROCER HAS IT
TOR A FIRST-CLASS HAIR BRUSH THAT NEVER
SOLD HERE FOR LESS THAN $1.25, NOW IS THE
TIME TO BUY FOR SCHOOL.
. i .
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