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RVKNINU llUt.l.i.TIN, HONOLULU, T II. THLTtSDAY. 8GPT. IB. 1910.
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DAILY nd WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Kinp; Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
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Wnllnuo R. f'ttrrlnnton, - Editor
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u leromt-clM mutter.
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
" 'A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
. John K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Chas. Kancloa, "
S. K. Mahoe.
John C. Lane.
SHERIFF .' :
&Kt CITY ATTORNEYS -
Robert W. Shingle.. .
AUDITOR ; - 1
James' Bickncllr. .-
CJTY CLERK T "i
D. Kalauokalani, JrT "
Chas. N. Arnold, ;
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
' Frank Kruger,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simcrson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ew'a John Fernandez.
KoolauloaL. K. Naone.
"Avoid creatness: in a cottaec
there may be found more real happi
ness than kings or their favorites
enjoy in palaces. Horace.
SUndatlllcrs Is a synonym fur De
mocracy in lluwiill.
McCandloss Bays lio Isn't a party
boss. Jvo boss ever admitted It
Charles Achl Is taking a liolltlcal
stand ttils year that shows tie lias the
All Itepubllcans look nllko when
nig'Ilrntlior Hill Is cutting tho pat
y t --
Kvory InsurRciit Is Itcgulur nf
course, nrter the. iirlmarles. Ilcpnb
Means are fur fair play.
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Huns Mi ('undies hus the llniir III
cldontully llin Democratic riimoutlnil
Is ilnliiK what he mils in tin
Iluwuli wllhiiiti Hnmliiiiithiii will In
Ttirrimry iiidvIuk lutikwuid Nw
jiiiirli' full for morn mmi
Hji PYi'rv l)filw)4tili dwlutfuin M
W EOHiMlllluil jful H imMJ lh 4J
Jia ii ii iJUtmiili ilt (Nirn uttt
I I IMI II. IIU II I
Villls uWuil TluuillllilllAir ' avlll Iw
tH Irf luiUliUfH sltfUdUl l'
FMJMiif m4,wmmiw urn-
I'er Sli MotitiM f .flo
it Year, anywhetein U.S. I.h
Vti Year anywhere n Canada.. I. An
Per Year loatpald, foicijc. .., a.wt
...SEPTEMBER 15, 1910
Maine has c rtalnly proved the '
down east" expression that "Mines!
hate changed since Itcuhcn died."
"We are HulTiilneil liy Link" Is tho !
phrase with which the Donioeiutlc
iilatrorm should start irf It the truth
What does Hoss McCundlcss care
for Immigration when he Is spending !
money made In Hawaii, to develop
he State of California?
Col. Hooscvclt reminds Itepubllcans
hnt the spirit nf trim sportsmanship
should prevail after the rank and lite
have selected tho leaders.
Should President Wilson be (defied
Coventor of New Jersey wo shall
know whether university training un
fits a man for public life.
Delegate Kuliio is the man nil' has
led In bringing about Hawaii's great
progress, lie Is the man for progres
sive men to place In Congress.
Dividends are being paid with the
snmo old regularity and may we hope
lh.it nt least ilfty. per cent Is
finding Its way Intp reinvestment for
the further development of Hawaii.
Honolulu will be boiling over with
excursionists next February, and tho
tent city scheme will bo ono of the
live wlro Ideas for ways and uwaus
lo propel ly provide homes for tliu
erowdr -' -
tho youth of Hawaii a good education,
good school houses and capablo tench
rirsSvhcther tho tlmeiMira "hard" or
5iro3DorousyDU "fill vote tho Repub
lican. llcKei. . . i
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" JSvrry DcniScrSlc!eiindldato on tlio
illata sees that aha3 honor of ciindl
itarythls jear Is'hn cn'ipty ono. No
Democrat Is threatened with election
wjillo tho Republican spirit or l')10
President Taft has made It known
that he considers all Itepubllcans us
equal. Some people In Hawaii jliould
take notice, especially thoso who
can't Imagine any Republican entitled
to p.itronago unless hu belongs to the
According to tho plans now on foot
tho Democratic party Is not only
driven by a boss, but plans to Import
a Congressman from tho States to
help ply the whip on the backs of tho
Hawaii County Republicans havo
named candidates who will rcciio tho
lost reputation of that subdivision of
tho Territory. Now get In and elect
them, unless you would liaio Hawaii
County continue Incompetent and con
tent. THE REPUDLICAN SPIRIT BF 1910.
"Ho a sport."
This phrase used In its best and
truly sportsmanlike senso may bo ap
propriately applied to politics,
Nothing appeals to tho good wllPof
tint average man mom than the can
didate for honors who, going Into a
race, doing the best ho can, but'.llnal
ly defeated, accepts tlm result' good
uatuiedly. lie Is a "true sport.".
Nothing disgust tlm average man
more than the other candidate fur
honors who, going Into the lace, and
doing tint best he ran, sits down mid
whine mill (iiiuplallis, and infuses tn
play, litiruusii lui had tlm inlsforluui
In iutTur defeat lie Is a "grmt bin
b.iliy," iiinl iiiii.i eiery hIiiiIk-soiiIi'iI
liiall Is imhained nf hllii
''hti ritltWI (if Mlllli'lle spoils hum
vijunl fni i w In uiii
II Is up In the itefMHlml i uiudiiii
l) M IMtlf III ilplH llif tpllti ill line
HH lmMtilp IMhi'l!' II" will
f-t .ti4fj.a h),11) m, " iiii
Mill IH Hu intltili .! h HIM ll I
It ltii Is MMMM4M.
The Interstate Com
mcrcc 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 lecord
was: Killed. 381; in
Many thoughtful pco.
pic provide themselves
with accident insur
ance policies before
starting on a trip to
the mainland. The
Trent Trust Co., L d.,
tells policies which
protect man and wife
ns well as a single per-son.
Very desirabtc home, corner
Fcnsacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
The price is rij;ht and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Friends nt Sea Appreciate a
Ofllcc Open Sunday Mornings from
Eight Until Ten
the culprit who haiiistilugs the win
ning horso so that It sha'I not win
I-et's luivo nothing of the h. tides and
tho linmstringcrH among llepubllcan
in this campaign. Or If they show,
themselves, let us cxposo and put
them where they belong.
While tho Republicans are piovllig
by the good mamigeincnt of their con
ventions that they are best capable nf
liny partisans In the Held to handle
the public business, let the men who
havo taken part in the conventions
and tho preliminary activities sliow
that they havo the real sportsman
ship In them; that they can get out
and work us hard for tho other fellow
to win as for their own little hilllsh
Make the Republican spirit of the
campaign or l'Jiu tho spirit of honor
nblo.sportsumnslilp. That wilt assure
u snunro deal ami a. glorious victory
During this month only we ofTcr the following choice
Kaunuki 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
jmiiicul.us 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, iQvcicd with shade and fruit
tiecs, Stables and ictvants' quarters.
Ncw two.bfdroom bungalow. Magnificent view
i of two oceans i adjoining Kalmuki Ciatcr (re
crrved as a park), Either one or twj lots, ui
Wj; ALSO OITKB TOR L.JABB
Tin ro hrilinmn fiirniilicd iMingdlovv mi llin KitiiiiuU car
line, On i) of lliu most tuiiifnil.ililp liumei In niio'ilti,
Two - s'ory 10 room
modern house; nil mod
cm improvements; 75
by 140 lot; c'.ty arte
sian water. Tropcrty
is close to car-line.
Is Your Time '
Right ? ;
iocs your watch keep
good time! If it docs 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 we will give it enre
ful and competent attention.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Hawaii's Democracy h giving tho
public at exhibition of the imut per
fect tvpo of absolute boss,lsm that
could be imagined.
The whole party In its declarations
and in its actions generally Is under
the absolute domination of Uo3a Mc
CruullcKS. Some of tho party men wanted to
take a' position on Immigration that
appealed ( them as having some of
tho elements of progiess In It. Hut
Ross .MiCandless said "No" and what
tho boss says goes with the Democ
racy. It has to.
In other words the Democratic par
ly of the Territory of Hawaii Is under
tho absolute rule of u boss who alms
lo use that organization to satisfy u
personal ambition. And ho brooks no
Interleience from nii)ouo whom he
rri-. p-f JSP "
1L2J ' . VVnni v
S.viS-'lwl&W yWrh., AAVPPOPRIATIOM iT
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thinks Is getting In the way of that
Finally the boss wants to make the
Territory tho victim of bis boss-snip.!
We call attention lo this meiely tn j
show the public what the Democratic!
party Is In this campaign Just tho
puppet of a political boss.
11 does not represent the people. It
voices the iomm;ind.i of ono man vvho
says In effect, "You must do this be
cause lu my opinion it will elect lio."
Some very excellent comment on
tho Influence of political iigltatlou on
buhliiesii Is given In tho banking cir
cular of Henry Clews that arrived by
tlio last mall. ' .'
Clews reminds ,tho jiubllc lh.it tho
final action resulting fioiu political
agitation Is never as nidUal as the
iigltatlou, so there Is no occasion to
In the paragraph dealing with this
matter Clous says: "Tho political
campaign which lias aroused no little
concern la now fairly under way, and
tho Issues uro clearly dellned. Dur
ing the next twil months vvn may look
for n great deal of heated discussion;
and through the smoke of political
battle It will not always bo easy to
discern the final outcome. Neveitho
less, tho recent declarations of Pres
ident Taft and Air. Uoosevclt havo
clurllled tho political horizon nnd
served to inako the Issucb piiiln Tlio
(arllf, tho regulation of corpo) niton
and the Impoitant question of inll
ro.ul rates are now the ruling l.(Mie3
and their Iigltatlou must leave u, cer
tain measure of uncertainly still to bo
reckoned with. Nevertheless, tbcro is
nothing alarming connected, with any
or these problems.
"It should not be foi gotten that ac
tion always inns on jiiolofiojisena
livc lines than agitation. 'e are now
in tlio period of disturbing agitation,
which Is apt to excite and mislead
those who lose their balance. When
It cornea to positive action, coiiat'i'vat-1
Ism will unniicstlouubly rule, and
thoho who In a spirit of vengeance
seek to destroy tlio tin Iff, or tho
ttusts, or tho railroads will pot pre
vail, It Is easy to tnko an over-sen
Blllvo view regarding thcHo pioblcins.
ToUtics may nvorshadow the outlook
fur snmo time to come, hut the piob
abilities ale that Justice, order ami
good sense will rule In the long mil.
"Iteferrlng to President Taft's re
cent tariff letter urging downward re
vision lliroiigh schedules considered
Hi'pnnt'ti'ly, (he Idea Is npt a new one,
iillhoiigh a eiy good one' 'it was ad
vocated by me over two years iigo In
a speech I made before the annual
convention or the Alneilcnti Hunkers
lit Providence, II. I July :t, !lns, In
Willi li I sub): 'I mil null of Hume vvho
believe Hull Hie host Itilerifts nf tills
rniinlry ileiimml Hint lh tin Iff should
be sllliplllleil mill Krildllilll) liivveieil,
say mil) ehiul at lime, with U
mouths nolliB uf uuy IuihhIhiii
iIimphii In It Till wiuilil nlwblii (in-
rl 1"! " III plOlttl'l IH)VhS Mill).
Ilelllly III llullll llM m iMl (IllUllllt.
iiniHiilulli.il) 'Mm leduillnu id im
I 'in dulh on iiiuiiuiiiIiiIm. uiul ai
i'- "I s'll'iiil nil. OBllilloU ''Mild
"" i ' 'Miio . tin lit lim i .,.1'u . ,
! Lo li ,ili M" ! hii .11
I "I !!' I .""II I I III! .li..
BUTTONING UP THE NEW MESSAGE."
AT BIG LUAU
Kuliio Challcnyos Advertiser
lo Produce One of Its
Willi linnuouy and good feeling
prevalent, tho Kepubllcaim of O.1I111
opened their cauip.ilgu last night in
lllrnno Hull, Hie members of Hie two
conventions, nominee.) or tlio pally
and delcaleil candidate:! l.efng giuh
ered around tho board and declaring
for united ltcpuhlleanl.ini In Hawaii.
Delegate Kuliio, In Ills reiiinrks,
challenged lliu Advertiser lo name 11
'yellow iog" on the Ilepubllcan tick
et. Ho stated that the Advcrtlsei
seemed to think that It was particu
larly rltvcr In picking "yellow dogs"
but it It could not come forward and
prove hor.iethlng of tho kind It should
support tho ltepublicnu ticket as 11
The tlrst speech of the evening war
made by John C. Ime, the candidate
lor tho Mayoralty. Uino declared
tint no promises havo'been mndo by
candidates and that If ho was elected
ceciitlvo of the Clly and Cotintv of
Honolulu ho would work consistently
You Get the True Taste
in the famous
White Label Olives
These large Queen Olives are care
fully cultivated and are picked
and packed at just the right time.
Order a bottle from your grocer
SEVENTY CENTS '
,l'01t A riHST-CLASS HAlIt 1IKUSII 1'IIAT MLVEIl
SOL J) Ilium I'Olt L1.SS THAN $1.25, NOW 13' Tim
timi: to uuy rou SCHOOL.
Benson, Smith te Co.,
SUPERIOR LAUNDRY WORK
... kind vriwi-r ahadii: I'l-wifUi won,, im
Part Jn Minneapolis Journal.
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for the best Interests of the commun
ity. Colonel Parker, ns master of cere
monies, predicted a sweeping Repub
lican victory but stated that It would
bo made sure only by hard and sys
tematic work. As rhalrmaii of tho
executive committee ho declared that
lie would labor to (ho best of his abil
ity mid that after a week's trial hi)
would bo able to decide whether bo
would be utile to handle tlio chair
Tbeie wiui somo surprise when It.
W. Shlnglo stated 'that Charles lluo
taee had scut In his resignation aa n
member of tho county committee.
Shingle slated that ho regretted to
learn that llustaco could not uuppurt
11 ticket that It was conceded on nil
shies to bo the lst Hint had been ad
vanced by tho Republicans of O.ihu.
Shingle called for a united front to
the enemy and to-slaml by tho Immi
gration plunk in tho platform, tl.o
basis nf the Teriitory's piosperlly.
I. I,. .lcClln(llcss earn would bavn
burned bud ho been within earshot of
"Hilly" Hongs, who said tho Demo
cratle leader was a master of falsi
fication anil that ho was working for
his own Interests and not tlio Inter
ests of the Hawaiian people.
It wns n limit replete with good
tilings and harmony and all present
declared their Intention of being prc-i-eut
at tho big Ilepubllcan r.itlllcatlon
meeting on September 21.
Only ono hundred ami thlrty-revcn
days left to do votir Christmas shop
ping. Spoknno Post-.Staiuhird.
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