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SEPTEMBER 20, 1010
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
-" 1 Chas. Chillingworth,
' J Pnnil Dtxruun
A. F. Judd, '
A. S. Kaleiopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA'
John K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A.' L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
S. K. M alloc.
lean citizen has done
Oldest residents can tell you when
,wo tmd weather llko this. And Doss
McCandless can explain why tho Del
egate) to Congress should bo held re
sponsible. Candidate Shlnglo finds tho friend
ship for Candldato Trent making It
self manifest In tho ranks of solf-ns-
ncrtlve but non-performing morning
lloss McCandlcss wants tho peoplo
tc forget, that- tho nito of wages In
Hawaii has Increased' and Imailgrn
,llon of cltlicn labor under Territorial
auspices has dona IU
The Interstate Com
merce Commission gives
the total number of
casualties to passen
gers on railways for
the year ending June
30, 1809, as follows:
Killed, 253; injured,
10,311, During the pre
ceding yea the record
was: Killed. 381,' In
jured 11,550. , '
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 as a single person.
Two -story 10 , room
modern house; all mod
ern improvements; 75
by 140 lot; city 'arte
sfan water. Property
is close to car-line,
PRICE $4000 j
: . Ererjf person with. Democratic; sym
pathies poorly Concealed Is much dis
pleased, with any reminders ot what
the success ot n tloss-rulcd Democ
racy mentis to Hawaii.
Every civilized and rcputablo resi
dent ot Hawaii Is free to uso the col
umns ot the B u 1 1 o 1 1 n to secure n
hearing, but never to abuse n prlv
Mega for his own private gain.
Very desirable home, corner
fPensacola and Kinan streets.'
Your; choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
..I.. . !l.l
JJ1II.C 1. "A11 1
terms' can be arranged.
. John C. Lane.
Andrew Cox. ,
Robert W. Shingle
. James Bicknell
, CITY CLERK
DV Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn. r
'Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
11 Walalua-r-Oscar Cox.,
i Koolaupbko Frank Pahla.
I Waianaev J. K. Klpau.
1 Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naono.
Waldron, McCarthy and Raymond
..o threo representatives, of the De
mocracy who reluso to bo -.fooled or,
juled by tho Doss. And tho. phalanx
of. tho unbotsed Is growing every,
day. - -'
A PERFECT SYSTEM
Of Instantaneous Communication
Inmates of the Fool's rirndlin liavo
'said, In their hearts; that this , Is a
campaign of plalltudlifous pomposities
That's 'just what Boss McCandless
wants so"he caii imitate, tho man rep
resented as going In and out among
mentis a saint and slip quietly Into
Congress without observation.
Delegate Kuhlo and Governor
Frea have como to u very sensible
c'pncfjislon on the methdd of handling
the Efcderal' building site. Congress
havlnx .appropriated the money for an
enlarged' site, and owners ot the. prop
erty having refused to accept tho sum,
ottered' by tho Government, there Is
but one thing to do proceed with
tho condemnation. Any other courso
Is certain to compllcato matters and
IncreoBO the delays that have already
become Intolerable. ,
Confidence is that feeling by which
the mind embarks in great and hon
. orable courses with a sure hope and
.trust in itself. Cicero. ,
The wajbr question In Manoa has
(rprung n leak.
i p i '
i'i Why does the Boss of the Ilnmo.
Icratlc parOiiilso seek to boss tho
EvfrrUory. !K ,t
4 Iloptiulld&ns ,Who tlilnk they, have
Buciivan ens waiaovcr inui ioey can
utTorit to split thei ticket, should pinch
iiienitioiYCtyana wnqo up.j,
Whcu Bos MciVindleea leaves town
the wholo.jbcmocrAtlo party ailjourns
to go on afptlll hunt: for a party man-
jnger durirtj; the Interim.
g i ,i
.Under the hew system inaugurated
Ihy tho weatherman, prepare.v(or rain
llmmedlatolj after thn noon hour--ev-fery
day tllfj further orders.
'A vote for any candidate who har-
yjprs such n prosperity clogging no-
jtlon as docs Bosh McCandless, Is a
Vote cust for Territorial suicide.
!,-T , i
Ifc that New York convention only
had' the secret ballot system, the del-
legntes who Iiiivp mndn promises to
both nldonVould not bo-fnund nut.
ti ' ""
M l'roslapnt Taft .would run for
reelection, .if- nominated, he would
be "responsible" when It emanates
from tho Democratic Boss?
Tho truth Is tlint Boss McCandless
has started out on tho most Irre
sponsible and dangerous campaign
that has ever threatened the Territory
of Hawaii. Ho Is ranking statements
that he knows aro not true. And. Is
he therefore "responsible"!
Uoas, .McCandless s referred tn by
lhe,jnornlng.,papcr, as among the re
Now Ipt'e see. ,
, How am wo .to Interpret, ."respons
ible" in Its- relations to tho facta of
.Boss McCandless' political, activity.
and his absolute domination ot the
Js O candidate "responslhlo" .when
ho, appeals to tho Hawaiian. Uyaar
Ing, for Instance, that the Delcstvteto
Congress .can't have much Influence
or popularity, because of Ills falluru
thus far to socure a pension for his
sunt? Doesn't tho .Boss know that
If biv were-sent to Congress he would
obtain hardly a hearing on this
matter? Cn ho .be -Vrospouslblo',
when he expects the voters to be In
fluenced by such twaddle?- , .
.Is a candldato, "responsible ' .when
h) goes before tho voturs in a dullo
erutu attompt to mlnlual them on tho
facts ot Immigration,! andi In order to
gratify his poreonal pasufon tor pplltt
liat control, throws to. the; wlads all'
thought for the continued' proisp'orKv
pftho Industries, of the Territorjy .'.
Is n candidate 'responsibly''-, wh-l
he is UBlnc every, art nnd sunudlni:
fuiuuty to foster la tLo mlndVof the
Irrrirponslblo ot(iu n ureltirtlce.
against tho Industries of tha . Inlands
on which the prosperity of every per
Isn't that tho brand ot "responsi
bility" which, when voiced by a Ha
waiian, is slated In the nrchlvos ot
'"my paper" ns thn fulmlnnllnnn ot n
"d od kanuka"?
Since It Is Irresponsible when com
ing. from the Hawaiian who has boon
THE BOSS IS'TIIE ISSUE.
The principle Involved In the pres
ent campaign Is the prlnclplo or lack
of principle found in tho desire ot
Boss McCandlesa.to extend his Uoss-
shlp from the Democratic party to the
Territory, of Hawaii nnd thus satisfy
his political ambitions, let tho toll
ot. Industrial disaster suffered by tho
people be what It may, ,
That's the whole thing In a nut
shell. , No one would, be happier than the
Boss If, the campaign, would., turn .to
Ws "Advertise watches and
wo aro enthusiastic when wo
speak of them, because wo
want you to know tho pleas
uro ot owning and carrying
a good watch;
You may lmvo a watch
now. But Is It a good one
one Hint tells tho time cor
rectly? Most watches don't.
If wo should meet you face
to face and presont the mer
its of our watches, you. would
sell tho old and buy tho new.
We handle HOWAIID, WAI
THAM nnd 8WIS3 watches.
Our guarantee goes with
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd., .
lean this week wns told lie could
have the only cabin on n New
York going steamship for $2,000.
He declined, deciding tlint It wns
cheaper to spend another month
In England ' Ills example has
been followed by numerous other
delayed American voyagers.' This
Illustrates tho, necessity of, trans,
atlantlc voyagers engaging their
. return accommpdatlo.ns In. nd- '
Mrs. Whltelaw. Held decided to
salt on the Adriatic but tho Will to
Star lino oillclnts rcgrotfully In
formed her that thero were no
accommodations. By good fortune
she managed, tTsecure ii cabin
on the Mauretanta, where sho,
will have among, her fellow pas
sengers Judge fend 'Mrs. Gfrry and
Mrs. O. II. r. Belmont.
George Gould nnd family led
Iondon on Wednesday- and the
noxt day embattled on tho Kron
Princess Cecilia. ,
For n season which started out
so dismally that the steamship
folk and hotel keepers nllko
prophesied, disaster this has
turned out most successful In
point of expenditure and numbers.
'Tho Bu.lfotln commends tho
Xorcgolng cablo dispatch Jo the at
tention ot the cltltens of Hawaii who
may have really been convinced that
Honolulu Is the only port whero ocean
steamers are over crowded.
The New York-London routo Is one
of1 tho sections of the world's, com
merco whero our American shipping
Is not protected'nnd therefore thero Is
no Amcrlcnn shipping. That routo Is
absolutely frea to tho foreign- steam
ship operators nnd tho result In tho
rush season speaks for Itself.
Come to think of It, tho conditions
on our protected shipping route be
tween Honolulu and San Francisco
are much more satisfactory than ex
ist between London and New York
during the rush season In that part of
the world. No ono Is asked to pay
12.000 for n stateroom,
So why not be thankful that pro
tection extonds to our transportation
nnd do our utmost to. Increase the
supply of America's protected ship
tho ponderous and Impotent dlscus
Blon of n lot of platitudes that have
no connection wlththe real facts and
the real conditions Jthal are presented
to tho voters this Fall.
Tho Boss wants the public to for
get his boss-ship. Ho Is as anxious as
wcro tho labor agitators ot another
brand but ot the samo type, that the
public avoid consideration of tho pure
ly solllsh fact that is behind the whole
sltuntlon so far as lie Is concerned.
And the Democratic Boss finds the
samo kindly consideration from the
'same source from whence Issued such
deep and sincere sympathy for tho
treatment of the agitators and would
be labqr bosses ot another period.
llr a. J. Lambert
(Special Correspondent ot tho
San Francisco I'xnmlnor.)
I.ONDON, Sept. 10. Ono Amor-.
Kmlybo :. doing wlist every other Amer-msBuldea R,ld fooled, why should It
. .During, this month only we offer the following choice
Xaimuki. residences, for purchase, upon terms within the
reaoh of anybody desirous of acquiring a-,hbme. Small cash
payment, and, balance in monthly instalments: Call and get
particulars ot these two special bargains before they are
NO. 1 Threebedroom house1 on "car linfcVSpiiiousljuv
nais. Nowly papered and painted, throughout
i Lot 100x225,- covered with shade.and fruit
trees; Stables'1 and servants' quarter.,
NO, 2 New two-bedroom bungalow. Magnificent- view
of two oceans; adjoining Kaimuki Crater (re.t
served as a park)." Either p,ne' or"fwo"!ots, as
desired. ! ',, r
, v. '..
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE.
Tljree-bcdroon furnished bungalow oh tfic Kaimuki car
line. One of the most comfortable. homcsrinjHonolulu.
'Continued from Page 1)
Ca ' '-x Jjb Is about all ho can bo
oxpectd to look out for,
Tho DcniocralB were all at sea. at
tir It, becaino plnln that nfvcriburglt
would not accopt the Job. Another
name was proposed, -that of AttornC)'
E. M. Watson, but It developed Im
mediately that, this was llttlo .more
than a,gue. as Watson had not been
Interview by nny of thoso proscnt,
and as n matter of fact tip until n
lato hour today ho was still unaware
of tho honor that may bo thrust upon
him If he doesn't dodga In time.
After tho county committeemen had
finished tho tnlkfest, they decided to
take, a week In which to scout out,
candidates for tho campaign manager
ship, nnd noxt Monday night, It wns
stated at Democratic hcadquartors
this morning, tho man will bo defin
itely settled upon.
.Tho temporary- organisation Is
hoaded with Mnsos Akawa as, secre
tary, and ho will very, llkoly bo ma'do
tho permanent sccrotary. Tho com
niltteo Is mado up as. follows:
Four district Saundors, Makaalna,
John Kfflngor, Dr. Raymond,- B. M
Watson, Klakahl, J. S. Martin, J. 8.
Nobrlgn. W. If, McClollan, O. J. Wnl
ler, Moses Plpl, Kahalopuna.
, Fifth district Noa Mahuka, Moses
Akawa, James Ahuna, D. Mnlo; It. W,
Holt, S. Kaalliuo, Kuhlmana, James
,Kaalhtio, D. Kahaleaahu, Wm. Kaal,
.lames Auld, It, KoklpI, James Knnoho,
J. C, Anderson, II, Jucn,
White Frost Refrigerator
Combines' Deputy and Usefulness
, No. 'al-Sit, 4.$
Fort ind Merchant Strccti
DEATH PLOT FAILS
IllnckB .Schemed (o Hob Iloue, .tn.
snult Woiuen nnd Murder Fumlly.
AiimiNH, ua.,- bept. b. Four non
groos wera Kiuou nour uarllon, IU
miles oast of. her. resisting arrest. It
Is said that tho negroes planned to
muruor tne family ot j, w. nutfor
I'lakoloy., a planter,, and that a daueh
tor of Mr. Huff discovered a negro
tn her room.
I flirt's daughtor, according- to .re
IKirls,' aroused hor father, who held
the negro until neighbors could be
summoned by tolophone. Tho negro
confossodi that, ho and .four othors
planned to rob tho house, assault tho
womon, kill tha occupants and then
burn the dwelling.
Tho dispatch Baysi tho four other
negroes wero Immediately located and
when resisting arrest. were shot down.
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atralns and sprains in Joints or muscles
from .any causo. All druggists,.;, 35,
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Price, ,.- $31 001
Price, - $36.00'
For Sale Only in Honolulu at
Coyne Furniture ,Co.,;
FROM AUSTRALIA IS BETTER THAN USUAL. THE
PURE FLAVOR AND BUTTERY FRAGRANCE ARE IN
EVIDENCE ALWAYS. 45 CENTS FOR A POUND SQUARE
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBR0N & LOUIS Proprietors
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in the famous
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These large Queen Olives are care-
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Five Pounds of-Thoro
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