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RVENINO nULLETIN, .HONOLULU, (T. ,lt., HIIDAY, SRPT. 23, 1910
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dally every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday ot each week.
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L CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
r , in the Territory of Hawaii,
np , ( Editorial Rooms.
1 elBuslness Office,
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
i Cjias. Chillinnworlh,
A. F. Judd,
Al S. Kaleiopii.'
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES John K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
' S. K. Mahoe.
John C. Lane.
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
-Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
V James C. Quinn. .
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
iWaiaiua Oscar cox.
-Koolajipoko Frank Pahia.
( Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
, . '.;Koola,uloa L. K. Naone.
. t, Friendship improves hanoinejiand
abates misery, by the doubling of our
joy ana tne dividing of our griefs.
f fliei-rn "
i Ferula's ruler Is getting tho Iiablt
of dying an frequently us Menollk.
. Inln nni.lt 1 1 te n llftl.. mIh ....,
u, "iu i hwi c. ,,,, ,w.u umoi
SMfall. Honolulu got. a fair slmro last
L Castro went, Zvlayu went, Madrli
ftciiit.IIo' long will It be until Es-
'. J.'llfro'B to' tlio man who runs the
?&klorjillrurndo. Ho deserves" "overy
boost no enn get.
' Tuoiiidmlnlstrntlon ran nlwuyti bo
obovo criticism when tho lund board
.McCandless' "lay out"
,Tcriltory'H future would bo like pi
tlnlt Into u hobble skirt
. '.., ',. ...
.j i ne tonunueu immigration of mu
jurors to these shores will ho tho ruin,
atlon of tlm Torrltory." Oh! I'lfflo!
t , i i i
Colonel llonM'Viilt lilts never lucked
fassiiriiiirn nor Ims ho thus fur fulled
.to secure the votes he has clulmed
1 .DemoBrallc luturguiit InUnd to
liiuwijr (be yoke of the Hobs. This
'tn ii ay ror boss ruio in any
lout purly nf HuhuII,
rfoiiiifiiiiiiil iiiyiitA''MiiftMiAiiiiirtiftfliltir'firit rT
fet Sli Monloi... , q ,Bo
rtf Vur, .njwlwit In VS. I.oo
Pr Ytf nrwhr n Cnd.. I. no
PwYeir (xtld;loiio 3.n
Bntmd ( IW pMtoffic tl llooolola
u ecoallui m.tter.
.SEPTEMBER 23, 1910
When Homo of the Democrats cct
through with their Doss ho will feel
like n yellow dog. And tho voters on
November 8th will effectively tlo the
tin can to its tall
Why not give ovcryono In tho Klor
nl Tnrndo ft prize? Then tho judges
can look pretty. All their place In tho
scenic effects and escapo criticism
whllo everjono Is happy.
Calling the llepubllcan party pretty
names and picking Individual cnndl
d.ites for knocks Is Jast what the
Doss wants In order that he may cs
tabllsh his rule In the Torrltory. , .
Kcry time tlio military and naval
men havo anything to say In public,
Honolulu gets new reminders of the
fact that they arc working day after
day on pinna that, guaranteo the Ju
turo of a greater and better city
Hrcd J, LotTey, saja. be thinks tho
straight Republican ticket Is good
We commend Mr. Lowrcy!a conclu
sion to nil good Republicans.
Wo are especially Interested In
his views because he, whether rightly
ir not, hos usually beeii'rj classed
. Uli',rtha citlteps who; nrcif generally
speaking, .Republicans; but ol too
many occasions exerctso their Ameri
can privilege of picking tho tlckot to
pieces, talking about the, best men,
and the'worstmannnd' going oft on
tangents- thst'dlsconrage tberwonccrs
and worry the organization.
It Is of little use to spend time now
illsciuistDR.whethcr men of this stamp
lunre tfts-sjiear"sccnf the errors of
tEctrVar'or tha'tlckefls'so good''ilmt
they cannot go wrong; probably a lit
tle of both has something to. do with
Better be happy over the healthy
state ot mind that exists among the
so-called independent Republicans,
and keep up tho good work of as
sembling them Into a vigorous and
victorious phalanx of voters and
This Is u year when the straight
Republican ticket should bo support
ed early and late.
Tho man or faction that goes Up
and down the lino picking Haws hero
and there, giving certain candidates
a nasty knock and others half-hearted
support, must expect to ba slated as
so frltr.diortlie Ttapubllcan partyjand
entirely out of touch with tho spirit
ot tho times.
Cltjzens of this Territory havo to
contest tills year a movement to sad
dle, tho Territory with the most abso,
lute and dangerous bosslsm that have,
evor threatened tho commonwealth
Tho chief weapon of tho boss in this
campaign Is an appeal to tho preju
dice of the- Ignorant, and with this ho
Is striking at the sources of our pros
In ordor that tho boss shall not
win, Uia voter must cast bis, vote for
not only the Individual opponent of
the bosH but also for 'every man on
tho tlckot that Is opposing tho boss
and hU rule.
To place tho Territory of Hawaii In
a propor position before tho Ameri
can people,., and prosorvo Ha protec
tive tariff, our citizens must olect tho
Republican candidate for JJelcgato to
To-retain our hold on present pros
perity as.Kuurontecd by Immigration,
tho cltlzans of Hawaii must elect tho
llepubllcan candidates to tho Legis
To keep the alno'wa of political war
fare In tho hands of those who will
use, them for supporting the progress
of the city and Territory as well ns
ghe compe'Unt administration of loc
al uffulrs, our people must elect tho
Republican candidates for the inunlr
Ipal offices, both In this city and on
tho other islands.
Straight Republicanism Is all I in
pnrtsnt If the people honestly hope to
obtain straight results uiul rrnl prog'
(ilialiflit IlupuLllcotileui la also line
cssary If cober-mlndsil rltlrein hope
lo muku u successful Unlit against the
motcment, futhemt by the lion 4, tlmt
The Interstate Com
merce Commission gives
the total number of
casualties to passen
ger on railways for
the year ending June
30, 1009, 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
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.
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
The price is right and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A PERFECT SYSTEM
Of Instantaneous Communication
Is 'urouatng raco prejudice moro than
over before within tho Territory.
The Hawaiian-American In natural
ly ft straight vote man. Ho will vote
straight this year because he believes
thijt the gospel of tho scratched ticket
Is ;on tho wane. Ills fellow citizens
ard in duty bound to play fair, else
tlicy cannot hope to retain tho con
fidence of the joung and powerful
element that controls the electorate
of the Territory.
Straight voting and fulr dealing
will wipe out 'tho Doss and nil the
men he hns lined up In his little band
of selfish politicians.
REVOLT AGAINST THE BOSS.
Opon revolt In tho Democratic par
ty against tho rulo nnd folly of Uoss
McCandless Is to be expected
Won of Independence und solf-ro-spect.
cannot stund for tlio things that
tlio Democratic Doss Jammed ,dowu
During this month only we offer the following choice
Kaimuki residences for purchase, upon terms within the
reach of anybody desirous of acquiring a home. Small cash
payment and balance ih monthly instalments. Call and get
particulars of these two special bargains before they are
' f 4
HO, 1 Three-bedroom house on car line. Bpaoious 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
, Three-bedroom furnished bungalow ontho''Kairauki car
line, Ono of the most comfortable homes in Honolulu.
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Two story 10 room
modern house; all mod.
ern improvements; 75
;by 140 lot; city arte
'sion water. Property
is close to car-line.
Ws advertise watches and
wo are enthusiastic when wo
Rpeak of them, becauso wo
wnnt you to know tho pleas
ure of owning and carrying
a- good watch.
You may havo n watch
now. Hut Is It a good one
ono that tolls tho tlmo cor
rectly? Most watches don't.
It wa should meet you face
to face and present tho mer
its of our watches, you would
soil tho old and buy tho now.
Wo handle HOWARD, WAL
THAM and SWISS watches.
Our guaranteo goes with
II. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
tho throats of his former associates
on this Island; tljoy havo too much
patriotism io endorse ft sacrifice of
civic pride nnd tlo prosperity of tho
whole Torrltory jn order that lloas
McCandless may succeed In his llttlo
private political Apheme.
They might better wipe out their
party than continue with n bossed or
ganization made up of puppets to do
a jnaster's blddfug
The spirit that' Is abroad In tho
Democratic ranks of the City nnd
County of Honolulu should become
contagious among the young Hawall-an-Amerlcnns
of the County of Hu
wall. There, us here, open and deter
mined revolt siould bo declared
against tho political disgrace of pick
ing up Incompetent, men for public of
fice, men whose principal aim In Ufo
Is to gouge tho public and bestow up
on a few grafters the favors that look
good to loafers, and for which tho
people, havo to pay.
L'llmlnato tho .boss nnd the Incom.
Merchant Btrtsti 1 . ,.
jn MMfi fllffiritoliiirttoffi inintsui v 4 1 iliirtiiiiltliii 1 1 vi , 1Mmkite&i'mxm, , J..,a .
pctcnts, That Is good work for any
party at nil times. It Is tho duty of
COL. DULLARD'S WORK WITH
Tho camp school uf Instruction be
ing conducted by U. Col. It. I Dul
lard nnd his nsslstnnt regular army
ofllccrs at Fort Shatter for odlcers
of the National Guard or lfAw'iill, Is
drawing to 11 close. It, Is the first
one of Its kind ever held for tlio Na
tional Guard In these Islands. Its
results will bo far-reaching, bene
flclnl beyond nny expectation find for
It hero cither by 'public or guards
It has stirred jtho Territorial au
thorities nnd ngnln turned their at-)
Mention to tho needs ot tho National
Guard here. Governor Krcar and
Chief Justice Hnrtwcll, Col. Schuyler
and Adjutant General Jones have tak
en special Interest nnd visited tho
camp. Governor Prenr seeing" the
work has promptly prohilsed his
hearty aid for help with the next Hn
.wallan legislature for better provi
sion and for bettor armories for tho
Guard This Is a tremendous effect
The school hns by figures developed
the fact to tho United Stales author
ities that the- Hawaiian blood Is pat
riotic. Eighty per cent ot the officers
of tho Guard nre of that blood und 80
per cent of all the oflTcerB "of tho
Guard attended the ramp.' 'This out
rivals the best attended camps-In tho
It has of courso given tho officers
In attendance 'n'largo amount of In
formation along all military lines.
And best of all It has so Btlrred
their Interest and desire for knowl
edge that they nre already arranging
with officers of the regular nrmy sta
tioned at Honolulu to 'Continue tho
work of Instruction.
No school or camp of maneuver, It
Is safe to say, can anywhere show
better or quicker results, and tho
general government Is to bo congrat
ulated. September 17th: 1910,
Editor Evening fiullotln:
Whilst swimming nnd diving In the
sea aU rimlliiii In this district of
Kiiu, io o"t y, I dcovcred that
Johb unsiuernble quantities
we.e groi. u on tho rocks ft few feet
beneath tin. surface of the water.
Huvl-; ne of met with these animals
1 il), though I have visited most
of t..t .w.ands of tho HawitUan.Arc'h
Ipejago, I removed sonle of them and
Inter endeavored to cure them, but
fnlled owning to lack of accurato
knowledge concerning the prepara
tory procedure, of which I could find
no account In the works at my dis
posal. SInco then, I have often wondered
how It was that BUth nn Important
industry as tlmt of spoigc-growlng
should have been neglected on thcsei
islands; and my surprjsa was In
creased tho other day, on receiving ti
lotter from California which demon
strates how great an Interest Is taken
In Hawaiian affaire at tho Coast.
Perhaps, some of your readers, hot
ter Informed than I am, may bo utile
to supply thq writer of the following
tetter wlthvthoinformutjon whlqh ha
desires; concerning which I hifvi been
ablo to tell him so little.
v Vours truly,
EUWAItD AIlMfTAGCM.D . ,
Alameda, Calif., Sept. litis. Jl'lO.
Mr i:. Armltago, Naalohu, Kuu, Ha
waii, T. 11. ' '
Dear' Sir: I heard In 11 roundabout
wn that you wero Intorosiul In
spongu-flshlng In tho 'slnnds, nnd, nS
I tun also lntorostcd in the ,xuoi.ta
luminous In America, I tako tho Illi
cit:' to wrlto you and nsk you for any
Information that you can lot mo have
I would llko to knoV what grndo of
'spongo is found there, nnd It It U of
any commercial valuo, also how tho
llalilng nnd curing Is done.
I havo been In the upongo-lnduttry
for tho past four years, getting tho
sponges from Florida nnd thoiMedl
tcrrnnean, bo you see any Informa
tion would bo very interesting to me,
I havo seen sponges that .came
from tlin South Sea Islands and from
Manila, hut not from tho Hawaiian!
Islands, nor have I hoard how they
If there Is anything-1 cun do for
)ou In tills part of tho world, or any
Information that you desire, let mo
know and t wll do tlio best I can to
supply'you with sume. 1
Awaiting your roply, I beg to re
main, Yours truly,
' KDOAIt l. YOUNG,
431 llnlght Avenue, Alumcdu, fill.,
U. S. A.
Australia hns Increased Us inont
exports In tlm pust llvo years from
$7,000,000 to S0,ouo,000 mutually.
When a girl thinks shu Is beginning
lo lnvo n iiinti Ion much, nil nho him lit
Ju is to marry him
A boy will get uverythlnii )(iil
promise him, und as much mine as
WANTS LIGHT ON
Our Sale is an Unpre
Business is Immense
WE havo been complimented on
all sides. Bargains arc siniply
wonderful. The people are
Thursday, Friday and
Of This Week
Will be Special Days for
Children's and Women's
Coats and Capes
Weekly Bulletin SI Pep Year
Is the Store
To Buy At
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 .
ithe Sale certain lines
that will be brought