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p in the Territory of Hawaii.
Hon. J. K. Kalanjanaole.
A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
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,
James c: Quinn.
Honolulu Win. K. Simerson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Franl Pahia.
Waianae J. K. KlpaU.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
Wc think our fathers fools, so wise
Our wiser sons, no doubt, will think
us so. Pope.
progress provents dc-
' If ynu luno nny doubt about voting
read Rixon lllshop's straight ticket
talk n Fcrond dine.
Down with Ilosslsm. Vote tho
Dtratght Ilepubllcau ticket.
Tho 'solicitation for a straight Ito
puhllcnu ticket Is an appeal to rea-
r . Bon nlid' logic.
Wo trust that the inhabitants of
Hawaii contemplate the news of tor
nado devastation in Tuba, with prop
' or Christian resignation.
. Hlnco Presidents nro getting the,
Imblt of going out of sight of land,
E' thero Is no reason why Honolulu
Kc should not aspire to a visit,
If Delegate Kuhlo Is weighted with
explanation for Campbell und Frcar,
It U also true that I loss McCandless
Is .carrying a horrible load of un
truth. " It Is' a dlity bird that fouls the
community In. which It lives with de
liberate misrepresentation of tho
cluiiiiejer of our cltlrcnshlp and the
meUio'dflof Industrial leaddrs.
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.OCTOBER 14, 1910
Wltli Hie Democratic party under
tlie absolute Bway of u Dona, tho ques
tion (or the peoplo to decide nt the
polls Is whether they want to be
bossed by the Doss for two yearn.
An extra dividend declared In tlic
midst of the sugar stock slump car
ries Its own argument of how serious
tho experts In the sugar business con
sider the drop in the prlco of raw
It Is that which Is left unsaid by
Uohs McCandless that Impresses the
Intelligent voter nnd causes him to
turn away with' a tilt' of the noso
which might bo given when passing a
From now on to tho 8th of next
month Is tho opportunity for pro
gressive citizens to demonstrate thdr
patriotism nnd ability to keep 'tow-ill
on tho move upward and onward
A Republican Delegate In Washing
ton Is vitally essential to the con
tinued success of Hnwall. Wo nro
'on our way" to Statehood nnd this
Is no tlmo to monkey with experi
When n public ofllcer asks "How
'iich Is thero In It for mo. If I boost
Ills thing!" wbero would you nntur
illy class him ns a man to bo trusted
Ith tho' responsibility of giving n
f.Ur dcalto'ovcry citizen nnd taxpay
Ilnvllltf III mlttfl tirfnfrv.ilnra tfml
oral buildings and other contracts, it
sometimes appears as if tho people of
Honolulu, Hawaii and Maui were tho
only ones interfering with tho speedy
expenditure of Federal money In this
From the wording of tho protect
nnd tho general public understanding
of tho people's rights In dealing villi
transportation linos, the question to
bo decided by tho (lovernihent la tho
Kahulul Ilrehkwater contract is,
whether In this Innd of tho free unci
homo of tho bravo it Is possible to
establish with government sanction
an absolute monarchical rule, In. bus
iness, FOR AMERICAN SHIPS.
America's merchant marlno Is clear
ly tho principal subject to bo consid
ered at tho Congress called by Gov
ernor Hlllctt of California.
The navy figures In the call, and tho
demand for u battleship fleet In tho
Pacific Is an excellent feature for
stirring tho sel'lsli Interest of men
unit rilmmunltles which nro asleep to
the need of effort to put Amurlcnn
merchant ships on all oceans.
In a'Congress of this chnr.ictcr Ha
waii should be represented and bo
found In tho front rink of nggrensho
LATEST MISREPRESENTATION OF
Villlflcatton and misrepresentation
of Hawafl continues to be carried on
through tho medium of tho Paclllo
Monthly and under tho authorship ot
B, P. Irwin, an employe of the Pa
clllc Commercial Advertiser, which
J-orrln A! Thurston declares Is "my
, Sonio months ago tho samo writer
published an article In tho samo mag
azine, 'flint artlclo was recking with
crude misrepresentation nnd the us
ual amount of deliberate untruths.
Tho excuse niado In tho Advertised
editorial columns was that pos
sibly tho editor of tho magazine hud
changed the wording of the artlclo.
"Possibly" Is godd mid It seemed en
tirely satisfactory to Thurston.
Now comes another article entitled
"Importing n Population for Hawaii,"
the most vicious portions of which
have been handed to tile 11 ti 1 1 o 1 1 n
In tlul form of clippings from (ho Kort
Wo'rth "St'nr-I'elbgram" of Texas, und
will buy n nlco homo
near I'nlatna,' wfthtn'jj $ '
j walking distance ot '
' ' i "w I
downtown, ,..,' '
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two and four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal riece of property as
to location and size for a pri
' vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank nnd tennis
courts. Well planted,
Bishop Trtfst Co., Ltd.
Office is open on Sunday mornings
from 8 untf.l 10.
thb "Concord Patriot" of Now Hamp
shire. Thcso newspapers like others
throughout the' country have pub
lished tho extracts of tho Pacific
Monthly article sent them In the ad
vance sheets that nro sent to all ed
This samo document Is also being
used by the bossed Democratic part)'
of this Territory, and tho II it 1 1 n 1 1 n
is Informed Is being translated for
use among tho Hnwnllans.
Tho clipping that Is going tho
rounds of the- mainland follows:
I.UT0KT1,I A 1'OriHiATIO.V
It was long ugo demonstrated
conclusively by experiment that
no good can result from an lit
tcnipt to time tho blood of tho
white man with that of tho yel
low und tho brown. Vet Hie su
gar plimterN of Iluwill, vthllc
talking ('ntliiiUaMlcull)" about the
Aiu'rlruiilznllon of 'Hie Territory,
lune tilled It up vtlth ClilncM' and,
Japanese, I'orln Illrmis, I'orlu.'
giiese, Spaniards, Filipinos ami t ''
JtiiHsliuiH, ami vt'oiild lune Hie rest
of' (lie romtininlly belleie that
from this mixture of Incompatl
liles thej' run roticorl it Aiiierl-l
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MA'KIKI DISTRICT, KEWAI0
STREET Desirable Building
lot, 100 by 225. Price. ...$3500
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with
CO feet frontage. Two or
three left at $7500
ment plan at
rO, Tort ted
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A Watch Should
If your watch docs not keep
correct time it is in need of
an expert watchmaker.
Our watchmakers are good
mechanics ; they have to make
good, and they do make good.
Your watch will keep time
if you bring it to us.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
rim rlltri'itshlp north)" to rank
vilth the citizenship uf other com.
It limy even ho truo that the
majority pf the Immigrants
brought to Hawaii turn out to be
peaceably, law-abiding home
builders who really desire and
work for tho prosperity of the
country. Hut they nro not Amer
ican In color Ideas, Ideals or cus
toms. For the most part they remain-
Portuguese, Spaniards, Fil
ipinos, Porto ltlcans, Japanese
whatever they were -when their
passages to Hawaii wore paid by
a beneficent government or char
Ituble sugar-planters' association.
And the fart Hint there Is com
paratively little internmrrlogo
among the various races, though
u disproof of tho beautiful theory
of those IdeallstB who bollevo
that all men nro brothers and
should marry with their broth
ers' sisters of whatever rucc, col
or or previous conditions of serv
itude, Is probably tho chief re
deeming feature of llawull's as
sisted Immigration work as now
carried on. Miscegenation Is not
looked upon with favor In other
Merchant Btretti jfc ijTv
t 1 m HM l J m iniiwt w.. i - ... . .
THE RED HAIRED SIREN. . .
I : , -. . r
j 'PIFFLE i N3li m '.' J" "
D!icoyReo J vt&Eoy
I ' MvmVll 'I CALtTD,
hL&J!&Mt) The- '
': W&fiySN V BEAUTY '
Ate. fmvtWm 7 TTx 7
Amorlcun communities and thero
appears no good reason why It
should bo considered good for
Yet, If tho various races do not
coalesce, how Is It possible to
mako one people of them Tho
Territory or Hawaii, therefore, Is
Impaled on Jie horns of n dilem
ma a most uucomforUihlo situa
tion, to put It mildly.
For decades the planters huvo
been paying a labor wage upon
which ii white man would starve,
and It gut! sadly ngalnst tho grain
with ( i! Itu' to uilse wnges. The
plum. . j they cannot nfford
in pay i.iMicr wages than tlicy
nhw pn yet Kwu plnntatlon In
I .i net. J approximately $1,000,
i. . T..o .plantation could hnvo
paid every ono of Its Held und
mill hands doublo tho wages
that wero paid and still would
havo cleared many hundreds of
thousands of dollars. Tho Ha
waiian Commercial and Sugnr
Company cleared during tho year
lOOd a million and a half dollars
)et could not itftoid tb pay its
laborers n iulr wage, tho plan
tations of the Island of Kauai
netted over a million nnd threo
iiuurters dollars but when tho
question of Increasing wages wus
brought up tho planters held up
their hands In horror and had
terrible visions of Imminent bank
ruptcy. Kdtturd P. Irwin In the
October Pacific Monthly.
For Intcnsllled Insult to many ot the
best nnd most patriotic cltl.cns of
this Territory, mfd ubsolute misrep-
escntutlon of tho wage -question on
the plantations ot thcso Islands, tho
clipping Horn tho Pacific Monthly is
probably the most perfect thing In Its
lino that bus recently Issued from tho
city ot Honolulu.
If tho Democrats feel that they can
mako any"polltlcn! capital by quoting
from tho writings of a man who de
clares that tho Chinese-Americans and
the PortUgueso-Amerlcuns It should
bo' remembered that these ure tho
only nationalities of those, mentioned
that lune been In tho Islands long
enough to establish their stiitus us
Americans are a mixture of Incom
pntlbles who oro unworthy to runk
with tho citizenship ot other com
munities, If the Democrats bcllevo that
this gratuitous Insult Is timely polit
ical material, let them mako tho most
And then tho plantations. It Is u
favorite habit of thoso who wish, to
injure Hawaii, to point to tho remark
able dlvlddnds paid by Kwu planta
tion., Hawaiian Commercial and other
exceptional piopertlcs ot the Terri
tory. In order to apparently pioui their
caso against tho sugar men they point
to what these particular "plantations
might do towaid paying hioro wuges.
They do not tell tlio whole (ruth,
which' Is that it these plantations were
to ralso' thd wages of their1 employes
It would mean that less fortunate
properties would bVi run out or busi
ness. Tho rate or wages paid on tho
plantations represents an nverage Hint
the sugar plantations as a whole nro
able to pay, and live through seasons
of low as well as high priced sugar.
Thurston, for Instance, who em
ploys K. P. Irwin. Is heavily Interest
ed In Olna plantation. If tho Kwa
plantation should advance wages to
n Ilguro Fntlsractory to Irwin, Olou
would exist twelve months, perhaps.
These facts regarding tho popula
tion of tho islands nnd tho fate of
wages on tho plantations uro so pat
ent that the publication of 'statements
mndo by Irwin nnd scuttorcd through
out tho mainland, ovldcnco .n vicious
and studied Intention to Injure tho
Territory,-satisfy n grouch, or 'pluy
his part as a natural born fool.
Tho clippings handed tho-Hit 11 c
1 1 n camo from tho clipping bureau
patronized by the Ilnwntl Promotion
How much do you figure that tho
community will hnvo to spend In proJ
motion work to offset the evil dono nt
homo nnd nbro.ii! by. such an effusion
as tho latest attack upon Hawaii pub
lished by Irwin In tho Pacific" Month
NM:K:VANDfWILT, Jr" 1
NKW YOrtK, Sept. S3 William K.
Vunderbllt, Jr., has Just received from
Franco u Illeriot monoplane, which
has been dtlvcn at u rnto u' olBhty
two miles an hour. It Is u novelty in
that It Is equipped with nu uiixlllniy
motor. The main power Is derived
from a 'sixty horsepwor Oiionio mol
tor, and tho snuillor motor will de
velop fifteen horsepower. Iloih en
gircs ran be used ut the samo tine.
It lx expected that tin i.ionoptano will
in able to' develop n, oped of U"J
inllct an hour. It was Lullt under tho
Kttt.n In New York Worlcl.
Lizzie Moore and Mary Win-
kelfield Will Run Half
Thero will bo a horso roco tomor
row afternoon at Knplolnnt Park aiU
the distance will bo hnf a mile.
I.lzzle Mooro and Mary Wlnkelflehl
are again to try conclusion', anil' It
the ruco Is anything like the first
one betweon the two mures, thero
will bo a great contest.
.Several wedB ago 'the mares met
over n half-mlto course, and after
getting away nt tho samo instant,
finished within n hnlr -length ot (hie
nnother. The loser did not havo
an kind ot a decent Jockey on that
occasion, and most peoplo thought
that that was the reason she lost;
Two good Jockeys hnvo been en
gaged for tohiorrow, and Oploplo
will rldo l.lzzlo Moore, while Cnil
Leonard, who steered sovernl wln
neis at the Matit races, will havo
tho mount on Mnry Wlnkolfleld. The
race will start at 4 o'clock nnd Uie
stnkPs amount to Ii00.
WORK OF CONSUMPTION
Radiographs Prove Great Aid
in the Diagnosis of
IIAiriMORH, September 22. m
portant discoveries havo been made
by tho aid of X-rays at tho Phlpps
Institute. It Is being demonstrated
that It Is posslblo to diagnose tuber'
culosls and to Identity tho dlsenso In,
Its early stages before It has devel
oped Btilflcleiitly to generally demon
strate ltseir. The discovery or tho
utility or tho X-ray In tuborculnr
diagnosis was made by Dr. Konon
Dunham jit Cincinnati, who has been
nt Phlpps Institute slnco Juno mali-.
lag a study of tho disease
In deference tg Piofessor Welch,
who Is now making an examination,
Dr. Dunham will not discuss his work
In detail, savo to' say that bo believes
that what has been accomplished by
radiography will bo an Invaluable'ald.
rjpjr-"For Rent" cards on sale at
lha Bulletin office.
t' f t-f .
direction of nlorlot nt Neul.lly and.
cost approximately $1uu0. kdoinril
Dupro made lllght.i In tho monoplnmi
dining his stay in Paris. In night
at Neuilly ho drovi (l.e machine at
a rnto or sovonty-Ilvo miles an hour
und In nnqthor twolvo minute flight
ttnvclcd at u rata or eighty-two mllos.
The monopliui'i Is Lclleved to-be ono
of tho mobt poworAil over coustiuct
ed and cipublo of do eloping u hlg'i
or speed Hum upy ether machln? cf
iU type. Upon urrUa! Hie" monoplano
vw.b taken direct to tho aviation
Brcunds at Heufpst.Mt1, whore Dupra
will glvo It imtiicr trluls. Mr V.iu
dcibllt has sent to Iianco for u