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EVENtNO DTJLLETW, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, OCT. 3, 1910.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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j Chas. Chillingworth,
i Cecil Brown.
A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
I lolin K. Kamanoulu,
i E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Ed Towse, i?
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa.
S. K. Mahoe.
John C. Lane.
Robert'W. Shingle - . .
D. Kalauokalani. Jr.
! P.has. N. Arnnlri. !
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
iWaialua Oscar Cox.
4 Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Walanae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez;
.Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
i rnnttnunl nvrrr4inn is a vir.
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piy oi a imsc position. jonn nay,
it ' When In doubt, register. .
Land Mrs nro a natural remit of
nu attempt to establish boss rule.
i October and Nopmber will rotn bo
put down on the calendar as tho Ho
nolulu warship season.
j Independence on mnttors of prln-
;,clplo Is ono tiling and Independence
Ito cat Isfy a great personal desire, for
otnro is quite nnotnor.
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j Only the cheerful idiot sneers at a
political enemy, especially when tho
enemy is enlisting votes by what ap-
.pear to bo silly courtesies.
Tho championship of tho National
league haying been decided pnrly In
tho year, political workers enn get n
fair sharn of public attention.
Only non-cltlzcns nro exempt from
Jury duty. Don't try to expatriate
yourself by failure to register. You
can't escape Jury commissioners that
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Republicans have alwuyH won on a
,, platform that Btnod for u square deal
nnd progiess. Thnts their platform
'thls year and that's why they will
j, Vptprs lio spill their tlcltot bo-
, cause iney uou i mm un angei lur mien
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latered ftt the Fottoffic at Honolulu
M mcowI-cUm matter.
.OCTOBER 3, 1910
position will piohably wind up by
lasting a ballot Hint will assure the
Cleitlon of a Jail bird.
Mr Qonsalrai Is a mighty good cit
izen who lias voted In lluwull elec
tions slnco the day of Kalakau.i And
the straight Republican ticket Is good
enough for him.
Jury Commissioners should an
nounce that they Intend to secma the
names of all citizens who hno re
fused to register In order to oscapo
the Jury 'panel. And having mado the
announcement, act accordingly.
National leadors will do belter to
devote their undivided attention to
the upbuilding of the American mer
chant marine so that wo shall hao a
few ships of our own to furuUh an
excuse for fortifying the Panama
Hcry year tho Vanderbllt cup race
takes a largo toll of dead and Injured;
oory year there is talk' of stopping
the fcpprt tlmt-lfl deadly to drhors nnd
snectalo'rBT" Next year, most cory-
one-hns.forgotfen'all. about It when
tho first of October comes around.
iTvcrytfar th& 'Bludghter Is 'repented.
Ho It must be that the great American
Itilillc enjoys a human sacrifice
For years the common peoplo of
llawnlt have called the sugar plant
ers names because of their Indlfferenco
It not open opposition to appropria
tions to promote Kuropean Immlgrn
tlonNnw that the sugar planters are
In Jlno, nre you going to kick them
ohrRntt-refuse their cooperation Just
because Boss McCnndless wants to
sntlify-a"'lereonal umblUon to go to
:a.. i l .i- i
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Horrible"" wholesnlo murdors, like
tho, -wreck of the Jxjs Angeles Times
building should' prompt right-thinking
people 3o the duty they ouo their fel
Tov? "citizens 'In taking n nioro nctlve
and consistent purt in public alTairs.
Tho "average citizen allows tho other
fellow to do tho lighting and Is
aroused to action himself only when
some, inoro or less serious Incident
cnlls fits attention to what Is going
on among tho men on tho firing linn.
If these nverago men would do their
daily duty, such things ns tho assets
sinatlon of our Presidents, the at
tempted murdor of Honey and of Ony-
nor, nnd tho wholesnlo destruction of
Ufa nnd property by murderers or
Irresponsible fanatics, would to Im
possible. The citizen who docs his
full duty Is always on guard.
The Kohnl 'Midget represents Su
pervlsor Shlpman and ex-Senator l'nl
mer Woods as liming tested Oahu
roads and comparing them very un
favorably with Hawaii county roads.
That's Just what Is the inatt.tr with
Hawaii County peoplo and their roads.
Instead of getting together for bet
tor roads throughout their country
nnd boosting for good roads Inces
santly and consistently, they cock
their feet on the table nnd tell funny
stories nbont Oahu roads. What Ha
waii County needs Is a larger num
bor of citizens who wilt conduct them
selves like big, broadmlndod, aggres
sive men, whatever wo may Co on
Congressman Charles N. Fowlor, of
New Jersey, failed of renomlnatlon
recently but he isn't sulking. Ho
has Issued n statement In which he
says that ho cheerfully'acqulad'cs In
the pcople'fl'-nctlon. "I nma Repub
lican," he says. "Indeed, 1 allow no
man to go beforo me In loyal deration
to the fundamental principles of tho
Republican party; and therefore I
shall continue to !lghtfor those prin
ciples In the future ns In the past
within the ranks of the Republican
party." Thut's the way to talk. That
also shows you why the democratic
hope of controlling the next House
of Representatives Is fulso. A major-.
Ity of the citizens of the United States
aro Republicans nnd they won't let
factional lights In tho primaries des
troy their loyalty to principle,
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3 Knimukl house nnd lot,. 1200V
4 Kalihi, house and lot.... 1800
6 Kaimuki, house and lot.'2000.
,0 Komuki, house and lot. . 220b
7 Maklki, house and lot. . 2700",
8 Matlock Avenue, house and
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On Sunday mornings the office is
open from ei?ht to ten.
, SCHOOLS AnDLAB0R MEN.
"Flr'st Freo schools, frco toxt
books and compulsory education."
This is the llrst plank In tho plat
form of tho National Federation of
It moans that tho worklugmcn bf
tho country plnco tho public schools
That Is the position tnkeu by tho
Republicans of tho Territory of Ha
waii. FORCING WITHDRAWALS.
What the good Judgment of citi
zens who hno allowed tlmir names to
go before tho peoplo ns candidates for
oince, mny prompt them to do is ono
thing. To threaten nnd frighten them
Into doing that which does not ap
peal to their Judgment is qulto an
other. First, tho progressiva Republicans
of this Territory stand for at square
dent and respect for the law.
Under the heading of "Offnnses
Against Election Laws," the llelsed
Luwb of tho Territory contnln tho
"Section 108. Election Frauds.
Tho following persona shall bo
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Lot, 100 by 225. Price ,v...?3500 4
WAIKIKl' BEACH Lots with J
00 feet frontage. Two or
three left at...i $7500
ntent plan at
A good Fountain Pen
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plete line of
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Every Pen Guaranteed
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declared guilty, .of an election,
, "!). Every person who lnducos
or procures nny person to with
draw 'from bctng.a cundldato at
an election in consideration of
nny payment or gift, or vnlunblo
consideration; or of nny threat;
and cLry candidate who with
draws from being n randldato in
pursuance of audi Inducement or
Kvery grent Itopubllcan victory has
been won by u straightforward ap
peal to the common sonso of tho peo
ple, und an active promotion of pro-
gressUe Ideas for tho deelopment of
Hvcry attempt on the part of any
wing of the Republican party to go
forth with a sledgo hammer to maul
tho peoplo Into submission has mot
with ignominious defeat.
Tho lctory of the Republicans this
year will bo won as other victories
have been won. A solid, aggressive,
progressive nnd enthusiastic working
organization, hacked up by right
thinking straight voting and loyal cit
izens, will turn tho trick.
Tha Republican purty can afford to
let tho people place their estlmnta
upon tha i candidates who havo allied
3rd Avenue, V
on the instal-i
Merobsnt Strati Hs
Ice has ncVer cooled a beverage so '
dcliciously refreshing and hcalthlul . , V
in its absolute purity as
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Fountain Soda Works
themselves with bosslsm nnd reaction
ary declarations. In this manner pro
gressive Republicans havo conquered
In previous yoars. Thero is no bet
ter method lur practical politicians.
When all Is suld and done, tho suc
cessful politician is tho man who
lights his battle on the merits of his
cnuse. The stuffed club becomes n
The ""'-n 'i Auxiliary to tho Out
rider f.i i l Jb will hold its regular
monthly Looting at 3 o'clock tomor
low, Tuepil y ufternoon, at tho Club
Uou c. Winlkl.
Ralph B. Hosmer, Territorial For
ester, leaves tomorrow tor 1 1 Ho on
tho Muunn Ken, whoro ho will Inves
tigate tho reforesting schemes now on
foot at tho big Island.
Purity ; Absolutely Guaranteed
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, the one ettcrvcsccnt mincrar water
- combining-every essential of-' per-
Man Who Tried to Open Safe
At Kakaako Is Gharged
I.anl Kekon, a Hawaiian, has been
charged 'at tho police station with
larceny In the second degree. Ho
has also had a charge of .vagrancy
laid against him, an A tomorrow
morning he will havo to appear In
Kekoa is the man who was cap
Is a Pure, Refreshing
Beverage that Contains
malted barley and extract
of hops. .
The barley malt is a food
whose nourishing properties are
well known. . '
The hops are a tonic recom
mended by the best physicians.
a glass with your meals
fhc J3eer Thai's
to ouit lne siimoje
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tured In n storo nt Kakaako by the
proprietor, who was 'awnkened by ,
hearing ilia sound of tho combina
tion of his safe being manipulated.
Although nothing was stolen from
the Japanese, tho native has con.
fessod to another theft that has
puzzled the police for some time. A
demijohn of whisky was rtolen from
a blacksmith's shop In Kakaako' and
the owner waxed very wrath over
the proposition. It appears from
Kckoa's confession that lie nnd two
other men annexed tho booze, and
then when properly loaded suggest
ed that Keoka should rob j the Jap
anese' ' i 1 'f '
The two men who assisted Kekoa
to steal the whisky are now on the
high seas on their way to the main
land, and It Is probable that a 'cable
will be sent to stop them and' havo
them returned to Honolulu. '
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