Newspaper Page Text
KVKNINO tUlt.l.KTIN, HONOLULU, T II . SATtfliDAY. OCT I. 1010.
DAILY and WEEKLY Publishdd by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
Dally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
Wnllne R. Porrlngton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Tn Mmtth. anpvhcrt In U.S 4 .7H
Per Uitmtcr, anywhera In U.S .... 3.io
ret Yrt, anvffhete InU.S. H.uo
far Ytai, rmiid, foreign 12. oo
J"ct Sla Montna 0 .no
Eet Year, anywhere In U.S I.oo
Pel Year anywhere n Canada.. I.ffo
Per Year loslpald, foieitn 3. em
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED .
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np I Editorial Rooms, - 2185
1 &l, Business Office, - 2256
Kutercd t the Posiofficc t Honontu
u trcond-clais matter.
SATURDAY OCT. 1, 1910
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K. Kamanoulu,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Norman Watkins, . .
- William Williamson,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L Castle,
S. K. Mahoc. -- - -
John! C: '.Lane.
Andrew Cox. ., ,.
CITY ATTORN EY
John Cathcart. -
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Ebon P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Walalua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
The Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York
: . .
Elicii L. Smith, Los AtiKelcj'"v..':.;vJf,V.V.'.$GG2,000,00
Samuel Ncwhousc, Salt iLakeV.-.. ;-.. ifk.k, . 233 800.00
Chns. W. Stiihson, ScitU.t lU. 200,000.00
Isaac Licbcs, San Francisco ,.V. 'IGO.OOO.OO
NEW POLICIES NEW ADVANTAGES-LOW RATES
$l,000.00'at ngc 21, Rate , .ft. $11.38
1,000.00 at ngc 30, Rate '. 12.5!)
1,000.00 at ngc 35, Rite , 13.G5
1,000.00 at age 45, Rate 17.59
For further particulars, sec ns.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
f . Daintily' pleasing to the taste .;fj
is every one of the famous
J.MI DUUUIU ,V...V.. .
what all awful row )im make wlicnj
our f.illuie to support tlie stratum
ticket results In bad government.
Isn't It rather straiiso that the so
called missionary clement Is opposed
lo the straight ticket voting? And
the split ticket Is what- wilt clce
McC.mdlcss, who is making the nils
slon.iry element the spoclul object of
Tlio voters of Hawaii, regardless
of paity, can In no wlso show their
appreciation of their manifold bless
ings than by giving tholr earnest
support to Delegato Kiihlo. No
pledges nio exacted for him. IIo
works for tho good of Hawaii, not
""Sonator Coclhn will .finish his ini
mical career by Ills Independent can
didacy for tho Somite. Furthermore,
the" practical effect of hit? candidacy
'oil. tho remainder of 4hji,- ticket will
lie. " to strengthen McCandlcss as
'."Tlie "babies In tho. land arc wecp
Jng arid hungry be'causiryou hao let
Iho jinmlgrants be imported wno
will causo them to starve." Kanlho
In a speech calling for tho support
of McCnndlcss. -?
Is any' other exhibit required to
prove that tho Uomncrntlc Moss Is
willing to accept any" falsehood and
brand It as truth provided It helps
htm fool a few voters?
L JZ-Sz .
Every attempt to make others
ha-" every sin left behind, every
temptation trampled under foot.
every step forwurd in the cause of
what is good is a step nearer to
heaven. Dean Stanley.
ah inot,e mosquilocB that wcro
klllMl-ott a short Unto ago arc-like
cats Jhcy havo I'ome back.
Very desirable home, corner
'Fenssccla 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.
To Your Friends at Sea a
On Sunday mornings the office is
open from ciclit to ten. .
A 'good Fountain Pen
makes writing a
Wc enrry in stock n com
plete line of
Every Ten Guarantied
H, F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Include in each morning's order to the grocer
some of Heinz's absolutely pure goods. "
Tomato Soup India Relish
Sweet and Bill Pickles .,
Baked Beans Apple Butter
Pearl Onions Red Kidney Beans
Mince Meat Horse Radish
and ninziy others
A NEW SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED
FOR SALE BY YOUR GROCER
Another attraction for tourists
this tall Is tho thrco-rliiRod politi
cal circus itliat will bo going full
blast for five, weeks.
On tho liiht day of last month
Undo Saim had Jl. 700, 000, 000 In
Hip strojig ,bo nnd,.wuB running a
strong Bcuiim to uny jonu u.
Henubllcan leelslators nio better
able to ii'rlng aboul administrative
reforms and eliminate) Incompetent
officials than any opposition party
Men who think they a'ro gaining
anything by fulllpg to icglstcr aro
In tho saino class .with superstitious
.lioss.rulcd and boss-fooled Demo
Tlicro was novfir a bettor time to
be allvo and u citizen of Hawaii.
The eighth of next month you can
take u hand In preserving Hawaii
from a threatened blight by voting
for thotie who stand for go-aheadlsm
and .prosperity. These candidates
will ha found on the ItepubU'can
aiftttoliet.-- - -
"Htralgtiftallc o:r tho straight ticket
was Indulged' In 'at the business men's
meeting on Friday afternoon, and
from all Indications It Bhould do some'
Rood. :.;:;:. -ir .
Tho speakers who hit the null on
t'lio head soro those who pointed out
Unit a great many so-culled good cit
izens spend all their time piling up
dollars ami adding to their msn self
ish Interests. They walk blindly Into
ua political, itIhIh and then when in
tlio midst of It, expect the situation to
right Itself without any atslttanco
from them or in spite of their half
The same Is truo of sumo of tho In
dividual placed In churgu of the ex
ecutive olllces of tho goiernmenL
They havo nn idea that they can sail
pompously along Insulting tho good
senso and judgment of their fellow
citizens and riding rough shod over
those who happen to hold opposing
vlnws. Then, when their follies liuvn
brought down on tho head of tho ad
ministration, a widespread condem
nation and n deep-Bcated revolt
ngalust their nibitiary and selfish
policies under which they play fav
orites In the name of goi eminent of
and for tho people, then, after all
this, they expect the men whom they
havo insulted and whosu suggestions
they havo scorned, to win the light
for them a fight that might go
ngulust them in overwhelming nuin
hers If It wcio not for tho fact that
the whole Industrial fabric is threat
ened by tho opposition.
That Is tho exact situation today
and no harm can bo dona by looking
It squarely In the faco as was douo to
a certain extent by tho business men
at tlio meeting of Friday.
Honorable and earnest nieii'do'not
stop to quibble over what the lazy
men and certain' olllclals havo donu to
ninko the task of the nctite supportr
crs of good government a dllllcult
ono. Honest workers look at tho big
problems and let the petty, and be
littling things go. And If thoso who
hao bcon ImllfTciont. to politics and
tho general drift of public affairs will
havo tho decency and tho common
sonso to exercise an equal degree of
good Judgment and vote tho straight
Ilepubllcan ticket, tho Munition will
probably be saved.
If they havo not Unit good sense;
If they do not understand the seil-
ousncstof tho situation; If they don't
know enough to put asldo their petty
prejudices and personal grudges that
(hey have tried to work out officially
nnd nnolflclnlly, there Is -Just ono
thing for It the foiccs that nro lead
ing tho Territory to poli'icnl mid in
dustrial disaster ulll !' iicouuiis.
More than one butlr.ess man haw a
now light 'by being brought liitlinn'oly
and directly In touch with tho nihi
rt'prescnlatlon and falsehood with
which, tho Housed Democracy Is cam
paigning this fall to thrust. Hawaii
Into a general disaster.
Others will see u now light If they
will take tho tioublo to get at the
WWt they all havo to do ua their
share pro hied they uro not willing
to do political wink la to into with
the Itcpubllcalis and into stialghL To
cut out one man la to endanger the
wliolo ticket, more especial!) the Del
egate. As for the olllclals. Tlio unhossed
and Progressive Itepiibllc.iiiH uro bet
ter able to take euro of and correct
errors of administration, than the
puppets of a not llxli belf-sei'kiug Hobs.
. 'M'CANDLESS FALSE LAND
, LAW CLAIM.
Ono of tlio first frijitH of tho Ha
waii four of Delegato Kuhlo Is tho ex
posure of tho land law fraud that tho
Democratic Doss Is palming oil on tho
ol"iH of tha toctloii.
MiCumllvss has hem I'l.U'iung all
tho credit of the fcuitin'rf of ll'O laud
law especially favorable to tiio poor
Delegato Kuhlo shows Hint t iu Me
(.'nudlcsM claim Is framluli'iit In eveiy
put titular. The iiinetidiiiciit lo vhlch
such frequent referelico Is innito, was
put forward by' Iho Delegato himself
In a commit leo .caucus ami It w.p np
pioied ami mailu possible by tlio lte
puhllcun members of the committee.
I'vrn tho Democratic ubsocl.Ue.) or
Mit'auUlesH did not approve the lill!
bo put liiUoro them, nnd Jaudler ami
Houston, tho Demoiiatli' i.iemb-jra
who visited tho Islands supported the
Delegate iu bis amendments.
flack of nil this Is tho reoul of tlio
Legislature that pasioil upon tl ' laud
law amendments that wiut to Wash
ington for the cousi leratlou of Con
gress. McCnndlcss lalki u great d'.il of
what bo and tho Democrats Old. An
n matter of fact tlio Democrats of 'he
Turllnrial Brnnto Unit llousi votiil
with the Itopul.llentis on th" hill lli.it
llnnlly went leforo t'nngrjJH.
Not one single imlm put forwaid
by .MeCiiiidli-HS in connection with the
present land law Is valid, cCcept too
assertion that bo i nt to tViuhlugtoii
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
m MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEWAI0 H
m STREET Desirable Building
' , lot, 100 by 225. Price.... $3500 M
H WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with I
I GO feet frontage. Two or IS
I tlucc left at $7,100 H
I KAIMltKI 'On 3rd Avenue, B
New Bungnlow on the instnl- H
Q nicnt ilan nt .... $3250 m
anil was Iheie nlloued to talk.
It should a'ni be ivnieinbpri t that
bis Man Friday, Ilym, made sucli a
illsi'iiurti hum iqesi II t ill ) in of land
m.itlei'H when hpeak,ug In Ililo that
not only tho ltt publican Oon.-re.ii-
ineii, hut Candler and Houston, !Km-
ociuts, Jnlneil In culling upon him to
Truth is what will make the people
free. Not the falhotioods that tho
Democtatte Host Is dlshcmlmttln:;.
BOSS EXTENDS 'HIS TRIP
JicCinullcs I'lmN .More Murk
.Veiled on .M.i ul.
l.iuk McCauillesH niu-l hae run up
against a snag soiiietilicro on Maul
for ni'tts lenehed the llenicerullc head
quaittrs this morning that the boss
Is going In slay three days looter on
his tour than ho originally expected
IIo mis to luivo returned this morning
on Iho Manna K"n fioin l.ahuina, but
now Ms itlneraiy will not bo com
Ideled until Tu sdiy night and ho will
get leiek lo tills city by the Chindllii
on W'eilnesd'iy. ,
I'utll ho leluiiis. tlio Deiuocinls a'--'
rci-tiiig on their oars. Tho lU'lhe
ciimpalgn Is not duo lo op u Kn' a
week or ten d.is jet. Man.mcr Ill
cnhun;h sabl this uioiiilng tint nn
lejs Mct'anilleis wnnls O.ihu e'iim
lo get tins) lniiii'diilol. the eatull
dates will be at leisure until l.ik next
w ih k .
f$.v"For fient" cards on sale at
Hie Bulletin o(llr..
NONE BETTER QR0WN ANYWHERE, AND WE KEEP
IT SO IT GOES TO YOU IN GOOD FORM AND WELI
S'c have Australian lltitter of excellent quality.
metropolitan Meat Market
IIE1LBR0N & LOUIS
y WT nia':c Special Rates for delivering
,J W Itivitations, Doilers, etc. Our
Parcels Delivery passes your door
twice a day. Sole Agents for Alexander
Young Hqtcl Laundry.
I0?H Nnuanu St
Tort nnd Merchant Streti
Special. Sale of Mens
Shoes this Week
Our Strong $4.50 and $5.00 Shoe Lines on
. Sale for $3.50.
$3.50 and $4.00 Shoes now $3.00'
Prices are cut on all other shoes. The prices vary
from $1.25 up. This is not a clearance sale of old
shoes, but the giving of special low prices on standard
Yee Chan & Go. Kinfefist,