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EVENINO BDLLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, OCT. B, 1910
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HOMES FOR SALE
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lot S $ G00
2 Palama, house and lot.... 000
3 Kaimukl. house nnd lot,. '1200
4 Kalihi, house and lot. . . . 1800
6 Kaimukl, house and. lot. . 2000.
G Kai'muki, house and. iot.. 2200
7 Makiki, house and lot.-.-- 2700
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OCTOBER 5, 1910
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
A. F. Judtl,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
lohn K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
; S. K. Mahoc.
Taking everything Into considera
tion, the Democratic party of Hawaii
would best servo his fellows nnd Ills
Country If hewero to resign.
Honolulu's futuro Is no longer ab
solutely dependent on ono Industry.
It has tho tourist crop, that brings
In about one-iiillllonth ns much pros
perity ns sugar.
Immigration Is generally accepted
as n flrst necessity of prosperity.
"Why should It bo different In Hawaii,
If we nro to niovo forward on trad I
tloruil, American linen.
L .-ii U I
Make a market for tho fanner
tinder florernment protection nnd you
solvo seventy-llvo per cent of tho
problems that face the man who
takes up agrlculturo In tho so l
if tho Federal building does nut go
up on tho Mnliuka site, It will ho
erected on the Opera House site. Or
else Honolulu will lose Its Federal
building and havo nothing boitc than
a twenty-year row to Its credit.
John C. Lane,
CITYf ATTORNEY !
Rohert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalahi, Jr. '
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben 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.
Koolatiloa L K. Naone.
Ocneral Wood might go around
tho country singing tho good old Con
gregational hymn that winds up "I'or
we must light, If we would win.!' Ho
t'ntild, thus disarm tho few perpetual
..eneo. advocates with their own Wca-
Maui people Impress tho null c
tin correspondent as far from ready
to swallow the McCandless doctrines,
Maul people, are like tho majority of
Hawaii's citizens, mighty slow in tak
ing tho pills that a political boss
Does nny Intelligent man think
that Ross McCandless could bavo nny
Infhiencagln uin American Cqogrcss,
after making campaign speeches like
thnso.he let. loose upon tho residents
of 'Hawaii' nnd Maui. Members of
Congress can't support men of any
party whose political power comes
from an appeal to raco prejudice and
class hatred. Men of this character
occasionally roach Congress but they
are promptly submerged.
It is for us to resolve that govern
ment of the people, by the people and
for the people shall not perish from
the earth. Abraham Lincoln.
Dnlegalu Kuhlo ban tho most pow
erful weapon possible the lu'.li.
Iloss McCandless having arrived,
the Democratic party Is in town.
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American people nnd hold It in that
position during a period that may be
most critical, citizens of tho islands
must, elect thet straight .Republican
ticket. " For thoy should"1 remember
that the control of tho municipal gov
ernment must be In the hands of tho
Republicans, It Republicans' nre to
contlnuo to represent the progressive
Ideals of tho people. In tho locul Leg
Islnturo and in Congress.
H. F. Wichman
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Measures that assist In Riving n
Vrotltahle return to tho homesteader
. nre qulto if not more Important than
' glvlnu him tho land.
- stocks linvo probably not reached
.tho bed rock llguro. Hut tiio in
trinsic value of tho plantation prop
erties is not menaced.
Sugar mhytinvn Its tips and downs,
hut , Honolulu real cstnto Is guaran
teed' by no less, a power than thn
Untied States government.
ft wnen biock maritcts Birmo tiio to
boggan thoy usually recover tempor-
: arlly In order to tako u noyv start
down to tho doublo bottom.
Reappearance of Col, Z. S. Ppauld
Ing In town Is always a reminder that
the Kupim land problem, lllto the
poor, Hawaii hus with it ulwnys.
It's too bad that Judge Kepolkal
should also Join the ranks of thoso
digging political pits In which to sub
' merge themselves on November 8.
Rudolph Spreckels says there Is no
doubt In his mind that Congressw'llI
red u co the tariff on raw Biigar as well
as on other agricultural products
turned out by tho' American people.
Perhaps Mr. Spreckels Is right We
hesitate to'bollevo, however.' that tho
radical downward revision will extend
to schedules that involvo growing ng-rlcultu-iil
Industries In disaster and
at the Bamoitlmo wlpo out an Import
ant part of the revenuo of tho country.
Rut assuming .that Mr. Spreckels Is
right, bis declaration certainly turn
Ishea another reason why Mho people
of Hawaii should vote for a continua
tion or immigration under the aus-
plcos of tho Territory.
Should tho Industries of the Islands
bo forced to strugglo under tiio bur
den of a downward rovislon of tho
tariff and cessation of European Im
migration, mlsfortuno would Indeed
bo upon us.
As the penplo nro ablo to size up tho
situation here and on tho mainland,
tho arguments multiply for proving
tho necessity for 'sending a Republi
can Delegate to Congress nnd back
ing' blln Up With 'Republican' elective
bnlcera within' the Territory. .It
Tho election of tho 'Democratlo'can
dldate foi Delegate would bo-.pecept-cd
by tho citizens and tho legislator!!
of tho mainland ns n declaration that
the people of Hawaii view with favor
or at least complaconce, n, reduction
of tho tariff on sugar.
The election of the Democratic can
didates for tho legislature could only
be Interpreted on tho mainland as
meaning that the people of Hawaii
are opposed to the Immigration of
Kuropeans, and favor only tho 'addi
tion of Filipinos and Orientals to our
To keep Hawaii right, before the
To thoso who have followed tho
drift of events In Portugal, tho report
ed revolt against the monarchy nnd
the prospect of the establishment of
a republican form of government does
not come ns a surprise.
Tho recent olectlons showed n
marked growth In tho popularity of
tho Republican cause. The two prin
cipal cities of tho country, Lisbon nnd
Oporto,, were, carried by overwhelm
ing majorities by tho supporters of
the Republicans, and It, would now
seem that iheso victories wero but
the "preliminary test that gave tho
leaders of the revolution assurance
of' popular support In taking control
of the' government of the country.
Unless all signs fall, this present
outbreak is of no such murderous
character ns tho fanatical frenzy thnt
brought about the assassination of
King Carlos and the, crown prince.
Political leaders like Rernardlno
Machado, Arriago, and Affonso da
Costa nro not assassins nor could
they countenance tho work of assas
sins. Consequently, there Is every
reason to belle vo' thiit tho llfo of the
young King Manuel is not In danger.
Intelligent leaders of tho Republican
movement know that should nssnssln
ntlon mark their course, they would
not only lose all the sympathy that
naturally goes out to u people strug
gling for greater freedom, but would
merit nnd receive universal condem
nation, nnd bo reviled throughout tiro
Tho course of tho revolutionists
will bo watched with tho closest In
terest by nil the European nations.
If tho Republicans nre able to estab
lish themselves throughout nil tho
provinces and have such a grip upon
tho conlldcnco of their fellow country
men that they can accomplish u com
paratively bloodless revolution, Ku
ropo will let them alone, though suc
cess In Portugal will mean disaster
for the Spanish throne. 'Should the
contest, threaten u long civil wnr.
tho probabilities nro that some Joint
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEWALO
STREET Desirable Building
lot, 100 by 225. Price... .$3500
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with
GO feet' frontage., Two or
three left at..".- $7500
Girls' Goats, in cloth and waterproof, !at $1.75, $2.50,
$3.50; 'to $7.50
Women's Rubberized Coats, $9.50, $12.50, $15.50,
Silk Petticoats guaranteed, $3.95, $4.50 to $6.50
Lingerie Dresses, $3.50, $4.50, $5, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50
$10.50, to $50
$2.50 values in White Under Skirts, $1.50
Pure Silk Hose, deep garter top, lisle feet, 65c pair
Ready-Made Sheetsj full size, 65c, 75c, 90c
Pillow Slips, 42x36, fine quality, $1.50 dozeit '' jlik
$1.00 value in Table Damask, 68 in. wide, 65c '
Drawn ,Work Tea Cloths, worth $2.50, at $1.25
Another Case of the Bargains in Hand Bags, $1 tq$6.50
35c quality in Arnold's Dotted Swiss Dress Goods, 20c
Table Napkins, 22x22, at $1.50 dozen
Children's Initial Handkerchiefs, box, 6 for 15c
75c quality in Fine Lisle Hose, all colors, 6 pairs $2.50
Lace Lisle Hose, 8V2 to 10, worth 20c, at 10c pair
75c value in Silks, all colors, 372C
French Silks, regular $1.75 values, lots of colors,' 95c?yd
Rub Dry Towels, 50c, 7r5c and $l.p0
Thousands -of pieces of New Laces, Trimmings,
and Allovers at Special Prices this weekpositive
bargains every yard we are .showing. Our Lace De
partment is kept busy all' the time, because the pripes
we are selling Laces for during this Sale is far below
regular value. . ' .
OUR GUARANTEE ALWAYS STANDS GOOD
viz: " Money returned if not well satisfied V
action would ho taken to, force pcaco. luce for Blier.lffj was loo wenk d'lnaii" matter that came before .the confor-
Portugal's llnnnccR hrn In a most
distressing condition. And this means
that tho bondholders' ofttho 'country
will hnvo a great deal 'tn'ldHvith th6
final solution of tho political dinicul
tlcs. 80 far ns our own Immciliato inter
est In the people of Portugal Is con
cerned, It standB to reason thnt a gen
eral upheaval In tho government of
tho country will glvo rlso to ninny
delays in enlisting immigrants.
KAIMUKI On 3rd Avenue,
New Bungnlow on the instnl
1 ment plan nt $3250
(Continued from Pare 1)
oflljo of county nttomey. At one-
"llnio ho peeped ovor the
horizon with a vow To sizing up his, h
strength, but, wlion 10. found tbt ccl gocm,0 offl,c(,v() a
ii 11 i nun wji-t i iiinri'. Hint. iu. mi iiimiii . . . -'.. .
, , - : , :. , , ; :. i nntm upon nip part pi tno lomesioau
ho quietly plunged right Into tho f ., ' ,
to beat Clement Crowoll, the Repub- enco for discussion, tho Governor stnt.
ncan nominee. pnq that this problem was of an lm-
jliii order 'to placo tho pollco do- portnnco only pxeeeded by. tho opening
partment of Maul under' tho Demo-' of tho public, domain of the country,
cnitlc machine, somo of the loaders' l)r, Clark will toko n'p tho work of
do" tiled to put up Lyons. Much to preparing a booklet f'o'r distribution
their disappointment, howover, Moss- on, tho mainland "which Is to havo the
mnn refused to wlthdrnw from tho nfflcln,t backing of tho Territory, It
race. 'being intended lo mako tho data con
tained absolutely accurate in ovory
particular. Dr. Clark will show Just
what the possibilities of tho Territory
nro ns far as dovolopment Is concern
ed nnd tho demands' of homcstoadlng '
and general progress.
This booklet will bo published In
largo quantities and will ha distributed
freely with a view of general and ac
curate Information in regard to tho
Territory and tho correction, of any
false Impression that may exist. It
will bo tho first work to be undertaken
but tho commlttco named to confer
with tho Intcr-lslnnd will also got
down to work at onco nnd report ns to
Its success In a discussion of n rnto
for products from tho Territorial
homesteads to tho contrn'l market In
(Continued from Pace 1)
freight handled frgm lio outside. Isl
ands to tho lKirt of Honolulu nnd In
tended to ho sold nt tho marketing
Tho proposal was nlso mado that
fitihtdrilnrv m.irkntltu? nircnrtnti lm es-
political ... .. .. ,. - ,,,:., ,.nii ,,.n,
. ...oi.bi.v., .... ...V if.i.v, ,,i.(itiir ..in. n.t.v
sea again, to remain thoro at least,
for th6 iiox't two years. At present
ho Id not running for any' office.
Lyons for Sheriff,
j Tort and Verohtnt 8trtti Vi.
Tho Kaat Qulntot Club which has
It was bIro dolepnlnod lo approach j been tip at IIllo for the, opening of Iho
tho big, bind liolile rs 'of the Territory Gaiety theatro Ihoro, returned to Ho
who nro In possoshlon of largo ncroago'nolulu "on the Claudliio this morning,
with Iho vlow of hiivlnc It leased In On tho trln down tho Club -nlnvcil nnd
A few days ngn It was thought homesteaders or somo oilier method 'sang for tho passengers.
that Hen Lyons, the wniuiKu super-, adopted by which uncultivated nreasi . -
visor, would run for sheriff on tho wm become productive
Independent ticket, Homo of the! Tho making of all nvallablo prlvalo
The new umbrella trust overlooks
the fact that the umbrella Is the one
Ueinocrata thought that Harry Moss- lands produetlvo was declared by Gov thing that can't bo trusted to your
man, the icgular Democratic noin- crnor Kioar in bo tho must Importunl dearest friend. Wntortown (Standard.