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EVENINQ DtJLLETIN, HONOLULU, T H.. FIUDAY, SEPT. 16, 1910.
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A. S. Kaleiopu.
(HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
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E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcaliino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
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Robert W. Shingle
James Bicknell '
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
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Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
' Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
' - DEPUTY SHERIFFS
Honolulu Wm. IC. Simerson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank- Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.,
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
Out of this nettle, danger, we
pluck this flower, safety. Shake-
Don't bo fooled or ruled by a po
litical Iloss Don't be a Democrat.
To bo boss ruled Is to bo fooled.
That's the Democratic party this
Referendum ns used In tho Demo
cratic platform means, Go ask Iloss
Hawaii's prosperity depends on the
" ' Yo-i'tecHon of Delegate Kulilo and a
straight Republican ticket
iloss McC'.imlless' "No Immigration
for Hawaii movement, classes up
fairly well with tho avlutors' "good
Senator L.i Toilette wlll;smlle when
lie, learns that local advocates of lloss
Ism and ruin by Interests announced
his defeat at the hands bf his own
Deacon Tient will now proceed to
liilorm his lutfeiiutes tliut hu can
nmlle, and smllo ami smile ami smile,
lit Hosh MtCanillow' planks mid still
bo nil liiiiiilKinlloiilHt
Though I'liclo .loo Camion secured
riiomlimilon, he'll Icol like u eat In
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u mcoihI -clans matter
.SEPTEMBER 10, 1910
a strange garret when lie returns to
Congress anil .lews the solid ranks
of Jtepubllcan Insurgents.
Initiative, Interpreted to milt the
Democratic party of Hawaii, Is an
other name for the wad that Boss Mc
Camlless Is prepared to waste In a
vnln attempt to carry nn election.
Btcadllyi and rapidly the nitrifolio
hae ntiy regard for the future of Ha
waii are giving notice of their refusal
to Stand on the hoss-ruled platform of
a Iloss-fooled Democracy.
All Iloss McCatuller wants In that
the Immigration misrepresentation
may be continued long enough for him
to fool a majority of the lieopte Then,
If he is successful, hn thinks Immi
gration will be all right.
That crowd on the Sierra Is mere
ly nn advance guard of the mob of
tourists and brldul couples that are
coming to Honolulu this season.
Those who are wise will Immediately
proceed to bo ready for the rush
Iloss1 McCnndless' platform puppet
"'ynn Is the tnnn whoso remarks at, a
Vlllo mass meeting regarding' thb Fed
eral Government wefd so Insulting
h'nd obnoxious to (lie Democratic and
Republican members of tho Congres
sional parly, that (hey united In
calling hfm to order am) refusing to
listen (o what lie presented In the
name of crltlclsui, The members of
Congress would liave mighty little to
do with a Delegate who uses such
men to do his political platform job
DEMOCRATS AND EDUCATION.
Democrats, particularly tho bossed
Democrats who bob their heads when
lions McCandless twiddles tils lingers,
nre nothing if not Impractical
Their bosa-ruled Territorial plat
form for Instanco gives volco to n
great many platitudes on education.
It says that the teachers don't know
how. It also holds that tho manage
ment of the schools should be turned
over to the Counties. 'Hut nowhere
does It intlmato that the Dcmocrato
and their boss hove any Idea of, the
responsibilities Involved In the finan
cial 'management of the public school
The Democratic boss wants to boss
tho teachers and throws out u bait
about more "liberal payment," but
saya never n word on how to get tho
The Democratic bosB also wants to
turn the schools oer to the Coun
ties but Is absolutely silent on per
manently providing sulllclent funds
for the Counties to properly conduct
the public schools.
The Democratic boss in other words
alms to saddle tho teacher with more
work und the Counties with a greater
financial burden. Where the money is
coming from, for the teachers, and
where It Is coming from, to supply tho
County treasury, the Ixrd knows and
the Democratic boBS doesn't care.
Compare this foolish und frazzled
scheme of the Democracy with the
definite und exact declaration of tho
Republican party that stands for
making tho public Bchools, tho edu
cation of the children of Hawaii, a
first charge upon the revenues of tho
Republicans promise to supply tho
money for tho teachers and tho
schools whutover huppens.
The IIosb McCundless Democrats
want to cull the teachers names, and
throw all the burden of piovldlng
money upon the Counties without
looking forward to ways and iiiHuih
for assuring tint funds
Nn citizen who believes In I he pub
lic schools of Hawaii, and no teacher
III Ihii public schools of Hawaii will
vote for u Dvmncrut this year
The Interstate Com
merce Commission gives
the total number of
casualties to passen
ger on railways for
the year ending June
30, 1B09. as follows:
Killed, 253; injured,
10,311. During the pre
ceding year the record
was: Killed, 381; in
Many thoughtful pco.
pie provide themselves
with accident insur
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starting on a trip to
the mainland. The
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terms can be arranged.
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IMMIGRATION AND THE DOSS.
Iloss McCundless has caused the
Democratic party of tho Territory of
Hanali to make a political Issue of
Rowing tho humble knee, tho De
mocracy, through n pn6ked platform
committee, bus declare!) for tho sus
pension or 1'orttigueso Immigration
for two years.
With that linn sense of tho Illness
of things that lit his personal for
tunes, Iloss McCnndless lias forced
tho Democrats to make u temporary
issue of tills matter for one cam
paign, long enough for him, In his
estimation, to fool tho otera Into giv
ing him n scat In Congress. After
that? Why, of course, after that the
There can bo no other explanation
of tho immigration plank, no other
practical explanation, as tho Demo-
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speak of tliein, because we
want you to know tho pleas
ure of owning nnd carrying
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You may have a watch
now. Hut Is It a good onto
nno thnt tells tho time cor
icctly? Most watches don't. '
If wo should meet you face
to face and present the mer
its of our watches, you would
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criitlo party admits the wisdom of tho
principle. Invoiced In tho present Im
mliifuilon )uvv. , ,,
Read lit 'tiro light of practical facts,
thn Immigration plank In tho Demo
atfor,. is an address t.Mhe
oters by ,Ross McCundless (n which
bo requosts tliq pepplo to allow Jiliu
tho privilege of fooling thu Ignorant
und unthinking voters for this one
campaign In order that ho may secure
u majority olo for Dolegutej after
that Is douo he Is perfectly willing
that tho Immigration business should
bo resumed nnd the Territory bo ul
lowed to do Its utmost to recover
from the blight or Ross McCnndless by
any means that seems best.
The Democratic platform Is the ex
pression of selfishness pcrsonillcd, It
Is tho prostitution of tho Democratic
party to tho passion of Ross Mct'and
less for olllcc. It Is the harbinger of
a campaign or misrepresentation In
order that ono man may ride Into
Merchant 8treti JL
power. After he gets what he wants,
ho Is willing that tho horrible Immi
gration that he has painted In' Its
most unattractive forms shall do Its
worst with the peoplo of the Terri
tory of Hun nil
This Is the only explanation of the
situation that can be accepted by rea
There Is no business sense In the
scheme of suspension that Is outlined
by the lions-dictated plunk. There is
nothing of (jooil business manage
ment for tlie Territory to go to all the
expense of establishing tho connec
tions and tile paraphernalia nee'ded
for securing Immigration, and nftcr
tho whole tiling Is In perfect work-,
lug order, drop It for two years, allow
the plant to lie Idle; then ut tho end
of this forced period of depression,
Incur the ndditloiiut expense of get
ting the machinery in motion again.
No ono knows tills better than Iloss
McCandlcss. Ho would never think
of handling one of I.lnk McCundless'
properties In that manner. He would
laugh It to scorn If such a proposal
wero mado In the directorate of sugar
plantations with which he Is con
nected. Hut tho system appeals to the Ross
of tho Democratic party. Why?
That Is tho way with all bosses.
They will "lake It out of the peoplo"
without the slightest compunctions of
conscience. Thfcy will do things In
politics that they would refuse to con
sider Hi the management of their own
personal n flairs or of a corporation. '
The only question In this campaign
Is whether the peoplo will allow
themselves to bo fooled by the Demo
crallc Iloss, '
The electorate Is too Intelligent to
bo either ruled or fouled by !,, Ross
of tho Democratic party. "
LA FOLLEtTK "WAsTTcTOR.
Scnatbr Rohdrt M, iJiFolletto wnR
renominated by tho Republicans of
Wisconsin by nn overwhelming ma
jority. Thunks to tho misinterpretation of
Associated Press cablegrams by tho
morning paper, tho defeat of tho Sen
ator wus heralded only In Hawaii.
Some months ago the same mlsln
terpreters killed off John Qulnby
Wood much to thnt gentleman's sur
prise They probably wanted to kll
off Ii KoRette because he Is the fath
er of all Kcpubllcuu Irisurgoncy ,tiu1
It was the only opportunity of tho
morning paper to defeat an Insurg
ent. For the Information, of Ii it 1. 1 e 1 1 ti
renders Interested In the truth of
mainland politics, 'the Associated
I'ress ii-'ie concerning tho Ws-
nmifelli t.i I,, i t.tti .,u .,l,i In it... ...J
f II.VA1 KKK, Wis. September C
UillloJ States Senator Robert M. I
Kollette has swfipt the Btute. of Wis
consin In thn primary elerHInu for re
liumluutlon, defeating his opponent,
Samuel A. Cook of Neenoli, by from
three to lite to One.
V. I J. Mc(!oern, Republican, who
won fame as tho untl-gratt District
Attorney of Milwaukee, Is making a
strong rnco for tho Gubernatorial
nomination. There Is now a certainty
that county option has been defeated
by u hlg majority
(Continued from Pape 1.)
by Ihe trustees, first whether Indigent
pupils cau.be admitted .to other than
.-I .j,.i ti . . ? .... .
ivaiuemimcua acnoois. ami 'their ox
pensbs paid In such schools, ami sec
ond, whether either BUfinort nnd edu
cation can bo Kheii Independently of
Attorney General Lindsay In giving
nn opinion in tho-caso holds thnt tho
clnuso means thnt Indigent children
limy bo bent to uny school either hero
or on the mainland, In regard tn the
llrst question and us to tho second
that suppnit and education may he
given Independently of each other, ns
others refers to someono besides clill
diou, Tho caso w III bo taken to the Supreme
Court In order that a deciding opin
ion may ho gained fiom tho highest
tilbiiual of Justice in tho territory,
LITTLE STo'cK TRADING
The business done In stock trad,
ipg today Is worso than )esterd,iy.
lletwcen boaids but two stocks ITg-
tlied lit transactions twenty livo
Wnlliiku nt 1SG and the same num
ber of shares of Ilpuokaa at 18.
At session sales Oahu Sugar was
the only Block to coma to tho sur
face In a trado. Ton shares moved
ut 32 &0, which wits tho extent of
Tomorrow being Regatta Day,
theie will bu no sossluu.
Th" moro a woman believes In meii
tho less slin knows about them
Tips ou get mo iiluioHt as worth
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