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'" Evening Bulletin
f, DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO,, LTD.
1 At 120 Kinj: Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
. ' ' Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
.1, . '," MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
.Wnllnoo R. Rrrlnaton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLU iN ADVANCE.
Pet Month, inpihm In U 3 ,7ft
Per Qu.tlerjmijrwhtr.ln US . .. a.oo
ri Yr, nvbfn InUS. H.oo
fi Yeti, poMaid, foreign, .. .la.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
npij-1 I Editorial Rooms,
1 wIiBuane8S Office,
, Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
" A. S. Kalciopti.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES -John K. Kamanoulu,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L Castle,
S. P. Corrca, -.
Chas. Kanckoa, . -S.
John C. Lane.
- -Andrew Cox.
,;; CITY ATTORNEY
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Frank Kruger, i
Eben R. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa -John Fernandez.
Koofauloa L. K. Naone.
, So oftjhe doing of Ood's will
finr fnnH-.li umtri nnrloetri!
And yet what idle dream breaks ill
Which morning light subduethT
And who would murmur and mis
When Ood's great sunrise finds him
E. B. Browning.
, Don't bu upsh ruled or Iiohk tooled
That's thti Democratic progrum.
President Wilson will get lots of
material for a now book, If nothing
better comes from his candidacy for
Governor of Now Jersey
Mr. Kurtado of llamukun knows a
(political boss when ho see ono anil
. , lh3 (eft thp Deniocratlc party. So
shall It bo
with all Independent ell-
It would liae been sail Indeed for
tbeFathcr of Itcgatta Day to havo
suffered defeat In his exhibition of
how iin-o.irstunn of former days can
I fMt I -
"come back "
Itopresentnllvo Arfonso ought to get
the vntn of every holiest man In lla-
, nu cuiiiuyj inr pig piiiu in ifMiiiiiunu
' Intelligent road
construction by ox-
Of toursu not nil lliu oidui'H of Ihu
)en;iicra(hi lonvimllon were dullv
rnl I')' 'bo lllg'lioss direct Tlir
nUiii Inu to bo ii llllle Ihim W Iwn I
iirrmiMlnv iimiiuU '"
ref Sift Mfmtrtt.t, , ......0 u
Per Ye.r, .nrwhtrc In U.S. .. l.fK)
Pti Ycir atiywrim n Cin.dt., t.ftii
Per Yeif ixliald. toieixo S.im
entered t the Foitoltic At lloootvlu
u second -cli matter.
SEPTEMBER 17, 1910
Supporting the Hcpublliun ticket
by predicting tlic defeat of Indlvl
dual candidates In n form of political
knlvlng iik dctcstlhlo us It la ancient
Standpatters are Ilcgulnrs out) no
long as they arc victors In the slrug
gle The exhibition made by Stand
patter Ilontcll running as an Inde
pendent umdldato Is n sight.
ltccall ns it appears In tlio Demo
cratic platform means the rubber dol
lars Iloss McCandlesg is throning
against the nail In the hope that they
will coiuo back to him In tho form of
Iloss McCandtcss having completed
his slato In tho local convention, will
now proceed on bis mission of fool
ing the voters on the other Inlands
This Is not (he yc,at when tho people
are easily gullcd.r-'
Hos McC'andlcss scheme for im
migration means vetting bnik the
clock or llawirg.3irosiorltj That's
not tthnjed liy-thoTjoutig men of tho
Islnnds who bellcri) In Hawaii and
Intend to do all thiiy can to promote
its progrosH. '
a& no:ona-prrkunin that tho disso
lution of tho Sugar Trust would low
er the price of ran sugar It would
nnablo united BUgar growers to tako
tho advantage of warring buyers
Tor years tho shoe has been on tho
CANDIDATE OF THE BOSS,
DcmotratB appear to bo highly
pleased with the fact that they Imto
secured solrin gocwl niih to accept can
didacy on their Cly .and legislative
lt tlii 16) bo unconllned
Hut that Is no reason vvh) the pub
lic should be mlsltd Into believing
frjat the success of the Democratic
dltkct can be considered as anything
but n step toward oblivion tor tho city
of Honolulu and tho Territory of Hu
mid Kvldentlj t of tho tandldnUs
hopu to make the public think that on
iccount of raising u iloud In tho form
of a Count) platform they Inno cut
themselves loose from the policy of
depression fathered by the Iloss of
the party and expressed In tho party
Hut they can't fool tho voters.
The vory excellent gentlemen, and
others, who have allowed their names
to go before tho people us candidate:!
of tho Democratic party are part and
parcel of the Ilosscd machine of tho
Democratic organization, that Is oper
ating for tho personal aggrandlzo
ment of Iloss McC'andless That's tho
whole thing In a nut shell
In tho contest that Is soon to bo In
full swing, the peoplo will bo Inllu
onccd by principle! and tho main pur
poses that are behind tho political or
ganizations in tho Itepubllcan organization and
candidates the voters find a sincere
nnd earnest band of citizens working
with inlglit and main to preserve the
prosperity of the Islands and carry
the government and the enterprises of
tho peoplo forward to tho speedy ful
fillment of n progressive future
In tli Democratic party, thoy find
the wholo situation dominated by tho
porsonal ambitions and tho personal
dictation of a political boss llvory
thlng must he secondary to tlm Iloun
ship Tho good mon in tho ticket urn
taken along meroly because thoy will,
In the estimation of the Iloss, aid the
The Democrat!) tunilldalcs may re
pudlats the Iloss us they pliasn They
may shout in loud voice that the lloua
shall not lomiiiiind their uitloim
should the) be mi Imky us to get no
III mi snyliig I he) arc talking mm
"'l'" Itiiil (lie) know It
TN nfMriieiiillv'lliMHi iflrlntM lliu
The Interstate Com
mcrcc Commission gives
the total number of
casualties to passen
gers on railways for
the yoar ending June
30, 1900, ias, follows:
Killed, 253; injured,
10,311. During the pre
ceding year. the record
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., Ltd.,
sells policies which
protect man and wife
as well as a single per
son. FOR SALE
Very desirable home, corner
Fcnsacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our ofllee and
we will take you out to see
The price is riglit and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Friends at Sen Appreciate a
Office Open Sunday Mornings from
Eight Until Ten
platform on which tJiey are to go be
fore tho pcop)o anil lor wlilr'i they
must apologize if the) wish to secure
tv baker's docn pf MVtcs. Thoy had
to get thfclr nom'limtloiiH subject to
tho approval of tho Iloss, who hut
been paying tho expenses of delegates
attending tho bossed convention.
, Consequently It follows us surely
us the night follows the day that the
creatures of a bossed convention and
a bossed organization will be, can be,
nothing inoro than bossed puppots,
If placed In control of any department
of the Government
If there Is one thing that tho cit
izens of tho Territory of Hawallv.wlll
not have, It Is government by tho
That's why tho very excellent gen
tlemen, and others, who mo named on
the Democratic ticket will not and
should not receive tho Voles of tho
majority of the electorate
During this month only we offer the following choice
Katmuki residences for purchase, upon torms within the
reach of anybody desirous of acquiring-a home. Small cash
payment' and balance in monthly instalments. Call and get
paiticulars of these two special bargains before they are
1 Three-bedroom house on car line. Spacious la
nais. Newly papered and nainlcd throuchout.
, Lot 100x225, covered with shade and fruit
trees. Stables and servants' quarters.
NO. 2 New two.bcdroom bungalow. Magnificent view
of two o:cansj adjoining Kaimuki Crater (re
served as a park). Either one or two lots, as
WE 'ALSO Ol'WIR TOR LEASE
Thrcc-bcdroum furnished hungulow on the Knlmukl car
line. One of the most comfortable Jiomcs in Honolulu.
HONOLULU, T I!., SATt'llDAY. 8KPT 17, 1910
., Two - s'.ory 10 room
i .modeni house; nil mod
"cm, improvements; 75
?by lip lot; city arte
.isfan water. Property
' , li'clow to cnr-linc.
" S '
'' PRICE $1000
Ws udvtrtlso watches nnd
wo art: enthuslabtlci when wo
.spcuk of them, Jiecniuo we
want sou to know tho pleas
ure of owning nnd carrying
u good watch.
You m.iv have a watch
now. Hut Is It a good one i
ono that tells tho tlmo Wir-'
recti)? Most watches don't.
If vvc should meet )oy face
to face and present tho mor
11b of our watches, )ou would
sell the old and Imv the new
Wo handle HOWARD, WAI,
TI1AM and SWISS vvutihcs
Our guiraiiteo goes with
li. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
llr-WAII COUm PROGRESSIVES.
The II u 1 1 c 1 1 ri of September
r, h is another strong editorial on
"Hawaii 'County Itoad Pulley,"
that Is as gospel-truo as It Is
splcey reading Kohala Midget
What the peoplo of Hawaii Coun
ty should nlso rcnllzo Is that tho Gos
pel truth Isn't worth a "whoop" un
less It Is followed up with enthusiast
ic united and determined prnctico on
the part of tho people
Hawaii County voters havo n mag
nificent opportunity to retrlevo the
fallen fortunes of their roads nnd
their civic spirit. To Impiove the op
portunity they must Join the forces of
progress1 In every section of tho Coun
ty and work llko Trogans for the Pro
Hawaii County's best people aro af
flicted Willi u combination of hlilo
funk nnd Inability to sacrlllco homo
of their opinions sufllcletitly lo
nllow nil progressive elements of nil
districts to meet on a common ground
They ought to get over tho habit of
thinking that they must bo beaten I
every year, and begin to rcullro that
the) have been defeating themselves
by lack of courageous nnd Intelligent
cooperation. , I
8I weeks remains for the progres
sive citizens of Hawaii Count) to get
together and prcpuro to present a
united voting phalanx nt the polls
Tho prize to bo won Is worth tho un
divided attention of every man In tho
County who boasts of an nvcrsgo
amount of public spirit
It Is not only necessary Hint tho
crooks nnd tho Incompetents should
bo show n up The rtblo men and tho
honoinhle must get out add work to
preserve the good iiamo that has been
so long soused
Hawaii Is to bo congratulated, thw
Nation Is fortunate, In tho assign
ment of I.letit-Col II I Hullurd to
tho duty of conducting the bchool of
Instruction for tho llawnll Natlonul
Col Dullard Is a thorough soldier
He Is more He understands tho need
for nnd the means of arousing public
Interest In tho activities of the soldier,
an interest that reacts and Inspires
the soldier with more enthusiasm nnd
helps him to not,.i;nly tt do better
Work but keep at It
Co? Dullard has taken the trouble
to state! that bo Is glad to havo the
public know , lint .1. being" dona by
the men of tho Army and,. National
Gilirdi and that! publicity Is wel
come The Hullo tin Is ready to
cooperate; tho Colonel hall the rlr.ht
Idea , ' !
Honolulu, of nil cities under tho
Ping, Is a community that should be
enthusiastic in Its support of the
I army and tho National Guard At
present It ncicpts the Arm) as maim
I from Heaven and manages to tolerate
tho National Guard nhcu tho appro
iprintlon bills are passed
l'atrloll-m and Hellish Interest ns
,wcl should stir ho people to give
more of their altenlfuh' to tho vvoik
nnd purpose of tho National
and tho Territorial branch of the
lirmeil hcrvlco to make this outpost
Impregnable, n unit cnibla of taking
care of Itself nnd hv so 'doing pro
tecting the vast population and piop
crty of tho west
OUNCE OF DIVORCE PREVENTION.
Men and women marry In hasto
now as much as ever, but It Is seldom
they repent nt leisure, DlWco courts
are too easy of access, and tho list nt
causes for legal separations is too
exbausttvo to mnlio this atato of af
fairs any longer obtain to any general
This "condition docs not meet ulth
mo npproval of the i;oinmIsslon on
Uniform State Lnvvs, that met at
Chattanooga. That body, ns thou
sands of other orgnnlrntlons nnd in
dividuals havo done beforo It, Is at
work to find u remedy.
This time, however, tho subject is
being gone Inlo rather more deeply
than usiiul Tliu euro for tho divorce
evil should be begun befoio tho wed
ding ccrcmoii) Is performed, It be
lieves. Tho need Is not so much for
Improved statutes covering divorce, ns
for bettor marriage laws
If nil unions wore happy, It Is easy
enough lo realize bovV tho divorce
probfem would automatical!) solvo It
self Most of tho marital, unrest Is
due to hasty and III considered rush
ing Into matrimony, the Commission
believes. It urges that tiicn unif wo
men bo required to take tlmo for
thought, by tho publishing of banns
for a ccitutn tlmo to bo llxid bj leg
islation legislating peoplo Into wedded bliss
looks llko a prctt hopeless proposi
tion, but at least tho further delibera
tions of tho Commission on tho sub
ject will bo watt lied with general und
Tho l'lrst Mothodlst Episcopal
Church, corner lleutanla uvonuo and
Miller street ,f. Ty Jones, pastor
Sunday School, nj IT, a m ; It II
Morning worship,.! 1 a 411,; bormnii
by tho (lev, Frank II Uacholor, a Il.ip
llstrinlnlster of (fold Wutcr, Mlthlgnn;
mbjict, "Christ tho Kourco of I.lfo '
Mr llachclor Is on a toui of tliii world
ami Is making a brief visit boiu Hpo
(.1111 music hv the ijuurtette
l.'pvvurth League, 7 oclotkj topic,
"Two Wavs of lleaillliL- Ibn llihln im.l
Ihilr IteauUsi" :ltJQiia(oy, Under
I. , hIiir ....l.fi, ft. ,-
i.i,,H uirtnii, ,;i, ji in; HOI
1111111 by Ibn pastor, subject, llod'n
I'lei Ions Jew els"
Toilllsls, mildleis, sallois, vIsIIihh
and friends am most lonllally Invltid
In attend the servlies or this iliuiih
llllildlllK sliun INIll, l.lvt'l Hiii mil)
icicnllt loiiipliiiii n grnit wiilm iii
ii si In me, liu ludliig I he liupmindliu
if a UeUh iiver nnd ihu Imltdlux nt
a ii'iii) llu 111 1 tu iiiiieiiut I
The Great '
White Frost Refrigerator
'Combines Beauty -an I Usefulness
t-r iTA iaij sisri .
w s3& l Tan
IP iff? SIS
' Young Building I
FROM AUSTRALIA IS BETTER THAN USUAL. THE
TURE I'LAVOR AND BUTTERY FRAGRANCE ARE IN
EVIDENCE ALWAYS. 45 CENTS TOR A POUND SQUARE
HEILBR0N-& LOUIS .
I f '" Now bi-ing otityotir 1
a. riWeatherw I
I WestinghonsfeEtectricFan"s' I
You Get the True ,Taste
in the famous -
These large Queen Olives are'care
fully ' cultivated and are picked
and packed at just the right time.
Order a bottle from your grocer
Five Pounds of Thoro
Now selling for 75c -Containers
Reduced to' 75c
Bonson, Smith & Co.,
I'HONE 1207 .
SUPERIOR LAUNDRY WORK
Fronoli Laundry '
777 K1N0 STIU'.KT-J AIlAI)Ji:, Viaiulctor I'HONK HOI
No. 32 ll
Price, - $6.00
Price, - $3100
No. 325, ;
Price, - $36.Q(J
Tor Sale Only in Honolulu at
Electric Co. 'Ltd.
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