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RVENINO DOLLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., TMUnSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1910,
.' "tEVJENIN""G BULLETIN
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Kins: Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Bally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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yVallnoo R. Rnrrlnatori, - Editor
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES , John K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Norman Watkins, . - .
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Chas. Kanekoa, - -
S. K. Mahoe.
i John C. Lane.
Robert W. Shingle
James Bicknell i j
D, Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight',
Eben P. Low,
I Harry E. Murray,
! James C. Quirin.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Ko'olaupoko Frank Pahia.
WaJanae J. K. Kigali.
EvJfi John Fernandez.
"Koplauloa L. K. Naone.
Thai purest treasure mortal times af
Is jtI'rospcrlty or rersona! Poll
tics thut you will oto to support this
1h there any connection between
tho capture, of Anderson Grace and
tho lutest opium discovery?
tit it bo truo that tho now thing In
the, heavens Is HaJIcy's comet, all tho
itHtronomcrifiwIII hnvo to tako to the
j Appoint yourself n committee of
ono to secure at least one other
atraight voto for tho Kepubllcan
iMunoa Insurgents will score an
cither lctory when they sccuro the
Ktibatltutlon of water for mud In the
I Sewn Inches of rain on tho Island
nt Onhu ought to belli out unless It
llan'iill been dumped thliijilde of tlio
Hawaii County. Duimx rnlH appear
lb Iiumi Bldutlnppod when It ruino in
Jlractly approving the Immigration
toll of lions Mcf.'andtess
St a i
BMtf.tWmk'H condition rovv tlmlund so lacking In hirjli principle that
PcfSlftMoatM O .So
Prt Ytir,np,bett lnU9. I.oo
PtrYeur anywhere Ciiidi t.flo
PcrYttr otnldilotei(n a.nn
Intend at tht Poctoffict tl HodoIbiU
u iecond-lMi matter.
.SEPTEMBER 22, 1010
tlio people holding llnwnll sugar ho
cttrlttcR hato to como down to tlio
now crop basis.
Democracy taking with It tlio In
competents of the Homo ltulc party
should send tlio progressive Hawaii-nn-Amcrlcahtt
to the progressive Ito
llawnll County Democrats appear fo
hnve patched, up their ticket with
such rag-tag and bobtail or the Homo
Hula Tarty, as could bo picked from
tho scrap heap.
Suspension of Immigration menus a
suspension of prosperity for Hawaii.
That need not worry tho Democratic
capitalistic boss, iut where docs tho
norklngmnn get oftlf .
President Taft ought.to carry n.
ralibjt . foot wUen1.conferrlng with
tho. lenders, tof pblo peddles, Ills ex
perience with New York conferences
was such as to suggest a need for
charms to keep oft evil spirits.
f v ' ' i -1 ,
Roosevelt may bo credited with hav
ing dono things townrds developing
an. answer to the ancient query about
what Vlco Presidents nro good. for.
t least the latest victim of tho Vice
'rcsldoncy has been brought from
collvlon. i ,
Col. Itoosovolt has no sins of omls
.Hon or commission that will not bo
paraded before tho public. He has
entered the fight In a stylothat up
sets any claims he might hae to tho
spjcjnlly kind treatment an ea-Prcsl-dent
Is supposed to enjoy.
"MJeiifnl orevcrythlng that has been
said otitilm. In connection with the
Ilcllamy Storer' incident la one of the
Ilqoscvelt policies. (The Colonel's rc
spopso to tho Springfield Republican
will be n confession that he expected
"my policies" to bo nttneked from
A3 tho Democratic slate is made up
on this and other Islands, tho Demo
cratic party looms up as an or
ganization mado up of Doss Mc
Candlcss and those thinking no little
of the welfare of their country that
they are willing to support his prosperity-killing
YODNG HAWAII SHOULD REVOLT.
Accepting Kanluo for the House of
Representatives and especially Ka
lalwaa for the Board of Supervisors,
the Democrats of the County jot Ha
waii show that they have picked up
tho most unreliable and most com
petent of tho Homo Hula party In tho
hope of attracting the Irresponsible
element of tho Island of Hawaii to a
saturnalia of graft and wusta ot
We assume that tho Jtiilalwaa
named on the Democratic ticket tor
Supervisor is tho samo who baa mis
represented the district of Kona on
tho Hawaii County Board.
The young Hawaiian-Americans ot
Hawaii County should make the elim
ination ot this man their particular
business. His presence on tho Hoard
ot Supervisors Is a disgrace to tho
progressive .young men of his County.
As long us ho and men of his typo aro
allowed to decorate- tho halls' of tho
government, tho electorate, especially
the young men who nro growing up
under now conditions and wore In
touch with progressive IdoaB will al
ways bo subject to tho charge ot
lacking capacity for self government.
I'rogtosstvo, alert, energetic and
loyal Hawaii Is not now and never
can be represented by Kululwaa HI
claim to fame Is solely In his ability
to mis-represent the people ot his dis
trict and his County Progressive,
courageous joung men will not fol
low Mm. They will not only refuse
to vote for him, but they will como
out In open revolt, get Into tho polit
ical linltlu ntnl pill I1I111 wliiw lu be-
That the Democratic purl) should
hue picked up such men nliows that
It U no hard pressed for cundldutos,
The Interstate Com
merce Commission gives
the total number of
casualties to passen
gers on railways for
the year ending June
30, 1909, as follows:
Killed, 253; injured,
10,311. During the pre
ceding year the record
was: Killed, 381; in
Many thoughtful pco.
pic provide thomselves
with accident insur
ance policies before
starting on a trip to
the mainland. Tho
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.,
sells policies whioh
protect man and wife
as well as a single per
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
Tho price it right and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Lt'd.
A PERFECT SYSTEM
Of Instantaneous Communication
It., will do anything to catch a ote.
That Is tho kalalwaa type. He ap
peals to people who hae np patriot
Ism and arc deficient In civic pride.
Especially should tho young Ha
waiian-American citizens throw nil
their otcs, their power and their In
fluence against tho further appear-
nnco of this man and men like him in
the official life of tho County. I!t
him pass to oblivion 'and tho Demo
cratic party Buffer accordingly.
If a man Is In politics he Is a graft
er; If lie is out of politics you enn't
plnco him und ho Is an undcslrablo
When a young man doesn't know
what to say ho Is apt to say what ho
afterwards knows ho should not hnvo
Kteryono can read tho signposts on
tho road to perdition except the man
who is traveling along It.
Weekly Bulletin $1 per jrnr.
During this .month only we offer the following choice
Kajmuki 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
particulars 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, covered with shade and fruit
, trees. Stables and servants' quarters.
NO, 2 New two-bedroom bungalow. Magnificent view
of two oceans;, adjoining Kaimuki Crater (re
served as a park). Either one or two lots, as
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE
Thrcc-bcdroom furnished bungalow oh tho Kaimuki car
line. One of the most comfortable homes in Honolulu.
Fort indMlcrcaiat 8trtU
Two story 10 - room
modern house; all mod
ern improvements; 75
by 140 lot; city arte
sian water. Property
is close to car-line.
Va advertise wntcliea and
wo nro enthusiastic when wo
epenk of them, because wo
wnnt you to know the pleas
ure ot owning and carrying
a good watch.
You may havo a watch
now. Hut Is It n good ono
one Hint tells tho tlmo cor
rectly? Most watches don't.
It wo should meet you face
to face and present the mer
its of our watches, jou would
sell tho old and buy tho new.
Wo handlo HOWARD, WAL
THAM and SWISS watches.
Our guarnntco goes with
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
. LEADING JEWELERS
' FORT STREET
(Continued from Paxrr 1)
" 'Just a lino for tho Sierra to buj
that tho excursion Is moving on sat
isfactorily. Tho matter has not )ct
been given to the press, as Mr, Yau
dcll wishes to announce It through
17fi different papers throughout the
State simultaneously, and ho has ono
of the glad-hand State excursions on
tor this week, thus must hold tho
announcement until next week.
"'Hierjthlng is being dono by
both Mr Yandell and Mr. King to
make It first class, and tho best ser-
ltc Is assured. Vancouver Is Inter.
ested also, und I trust tho lectures
which I nave scheduled there, as
follows, vlll greatly assist In Btlr-
ring up more Interest: September!
19, Mount Pleasant M, H. church;
September 20, Wesley M. H. church;!
September 22, Kltsalntio Presbyterian
church; September 23, Y. M. C. A '
The ono noted nbove on the 20th Is
one of the largest and most Influen
tial churches In the province.
'"The llev. Mr. Kraser of Vancou-'
ver, who visited Hawaii last )ear
and to whom ou requested hio to'
furnish' slides, has written for them.
Wo havo had two Honolulu callers
at Jtlio office today, one being Mrs.,
Kcarlis and the other a Mr. Jenkins
connected with the Fertilizing Co. I
"The following letter from Mr. I
Cockroft, general passenger ngcntofl
the Oceanic Steamship Company, Is1
of general Interest:
"'I received jours of tho 20th and
also n paper with Item In about Mr.
Lynch'a fishing trip, which I wag
glad to get.
" 'I nm In receipt of n letter under
dato of August 30 from Dr. Payne.
Ho has been delivering his lecture,
"Hawaii, tho Paradlso of tho Pa
cific," In tho Chcrryvnle, Knn ,
Chnutaun.ua. He says that ho has
given a lecturo about every other day
all summer; delivered It nt tho Chau
tauqua, N. Y., In tho session from
July 1 to July 25, nnd thnt It has
pleased tho people greatly, being one
of tho most popular lectures, and he
considers It the most "beautiful"
lecturo ho has ever had. He sas
thnt hundreds of people express their
desire to go to Hawaii, and he hopes
they will make tho trip. Dr Payne
ns thnt If ho can got thattlmo ho
wants to mnko another trip to Ho
nolulu to have n lecture ns a leader
for another season. He proposes to
gho lectures throughout tho winter.'
"It Is n sourro of satisfaction to
know thnt directly ns a result ot our
efforts, travel to llllo and tho Vol
cano of Kllauea has largely Increased
during tho past 5 ear nnd that more
tourists have been Introduced to the
beauties of lao. Valley and tho
grnndeur ot Hnleakala than ever be
fore. We havo also Induced a num
ber ot strangers to visit Knual,
everono speaking In pralso of the
"Tho service of the Inter-Island
Steamship Company, the courtesy of
tho officers, the splendid table, tho
cleanliness of the staterooms, etc.,
enable us to recommend tho differ
ent Intor-Ulnnd trips, knowing thnt
tho traveler v III be well cared for
at Bea, ns well as. on land."
OPIUM VALUED AT
'Cor'inued from Page 1)
( . -. Caau Yee's wife was on
guaiu when Hrctkuns arrived at the
houso this morning, and sho made
tho best of tho situation.
"When the woman took us Into
tho house," said Ilreckons, "It was
evident that she was making careful
calculations us to eomo successful
way ot falling us. I waB pructlcally
certain that the opium was there nnd
that the Information was correct.
She offered mo a chair, and I no
ticed that sho hastily placed tho
chair with Its back to a door that
ieu 11110 uuuuier ruuui. i ihb wu.
enough to Indicate that sho did not I
Intend to have mo pay any atten
tion to that room It posslblo, and so
I thought I would begin my Invest!
gatlon by taking u peck Into thnt
room. I openpd tho door with a
skeleton key and looked Into tho
"Thcro wns a susplclous-nppcaring
pllo of stun In the corner, and when
wo took tho newspapers from It wo
found tho opium nnd plenty of It."
Tho thrco cases, containing about
a hundred and twenty-Ilvq tins of
tho contraband and precious drug,
show plain evidence of hnving been
In tho salt wutcr, a number of tins
bolng sealed in larger tin cases con
taining a dozan packages .or more
In tho room was a fine lenthor
suitcase, which was also taken by
Ilreckons, tho handlo showing tho
effects of being nearly dragged from
Its placo by weight ot the sultcaso
contents, presumed to 'havo been a
portion ot the opium seized this
GOOD FORM IN BOUTS
Japanoso Fans Gathering In
Hundreds to Watch Mat
Ijist night the Japanese wrestling
matches were started up, and the pre
liminary rounds were brought oil,
Tho contests uro bolng hold on tho
vacant lot of land oft Aula luno, und
11 fence has been erected around tlio
place Then) was 11 hugo gathering
thoro lust night und noiiie Interesting
bouts were pulled oft,
Tonight tho contest!) will be con
tinued mid, by tho end of the week,
tho horiiiiil tliiHri Mnwllnrx will lie
fcllmlwitod, and the I Nil hiimplniiH
will be on deck, All tlio Japanese ot
the city mu wagering mi tlio result of
tlio tournament, and many nxpi'd to
vu the llllo I'liumplun will out ukuIii
Our Sale is an Unpre
Business is Immense
WE have been complimented on
all sides. Bargains are simplv
wonderful. The .people are
ry Vk j!C t
Thursday, Friday and
Of This Week
Will be Speoial Days .for
Children's and Women's
Coats and Capes
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
Is the Store
To Buy Alb
We have given a fair
idea of what the big
stock comprises, but
on account of being
crowded for space
we will specialize
right along during
the Sale certain lines
that will be brought