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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, OCT. IS, 1910,
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At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Wallace R. Parrlngton, - - Editor
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lotcttd at tbc Poatoffict at IIodoibIu
at aecond-claai matter.
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaoic.
A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kaleiopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA'
lohn K! Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
- S. P. Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
, "Chas. Kanekoa,
S. K. Mahoe.
John C. Lane
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokatani, Jr.
.Chas. N. Arnold,.
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K.' Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
If a man really loves a woman, of
course he wouldn't marry her for the
world" Cf he were not Quite sure he
was the best person she could by any
poMiDliity marry. Holmes.
, Duty determines destiny. Hawaii's
destiny Is safe in Republican hands.
t Iletter wait till tbe final reports
are In, before believing stories of
damage, dope, the Cuban sugar crop
by the hurricane.
United States Senator Newlands,
Democrat, from Nevada, is preaching
the doctrine of the straight Itepubll
Can ticket for the voters of Hawaii
nel, C ,
vStop! Look! I Listen!!! Demo-
' crude United States Senators do not
declare for European Immigration In
Hawaii without there being mighty
lood reason for It.
You can't support the Demo
cratic UpsH'lmmigratton platform
and at the same time hope Jo retain
the friendship of patitotic officials In
Washington, d: C.
' Hawaiian-Americans have the rep
utation of being thoioughly patrl-
Are they now intending to
rvote for lloss" SfcCaitdfess un-Am'erl
can, views on Immigration? If so,
'It means government by commission
fcr Six Montdt t,a) .flo
Per Vtar, anywhci.la VS. .. l.oo
Pet.Year anywbert n Canada... f.fto
Per Ycir (KMtptld, loicitn a.oo
OCTOBER 15, 1010
Kery man Inteiested In educa
tion should vote the straight Hepiili
I.orrln A. Thurston has penned a
few "lines for the benefit of Theodore
Hlchatds, that show some of the Pro.
hlbltlonlsts to have dlscoered what
sort of cattle they were hitched up
with, when lighting a losing and
worthless cause. '
United States Senator Hughes and
United States Sonator Newlands, both
Democrats, have declared themselves
squarely for Immigration, lloss Mc
CanuMess In Congress would be. the
most lonesome soul In Washington.
And Hawaii could get nothing
Evldenco multiplies that a vote In
Hawaii against Immigration will be
accepted throughout the mainland as
expressing a readiness on the part
of Hawaii's electorate to turn. the
Territory over to the enemies of our
country. Thero can be no doubt on
this point. United States Senators
do not plant themselves squarely In
the pathway of n Democratic candi
date while he Is campaigning, with
out there being Rome very ulgnlfl
cant reason for It.
DEMOCRATIC SENATORS OF
UNITED STATES SCORE. ...
United States Senator Hughes, the
Democratic Senator from the State of
Colorado, stated while In this city
that Immigration Is tho foundation of
Boss McCandless, the self-nominated
candidate for Deleguto to Con
gress, forced upon the Democrats of
Hawaii a platform that declares
ngalnst Immigration of Europeans.
United States Senator Newlands,
the Democratic Senator from the
State of Nevada, in u speech delivered
last evening In San Francisco, spoke
unequivocally for the Immigration or
Europeans to tho Territory of Hn
wull. Boss McCandless, therefore, cam
paigning on his un-American plat
form with Its direct opposition to the
Immigration of Europeuns, is In open
and flagrant opposition to recognized
leaders of the Democratic party In
the United States Senate.
If these Democrats of national
prominence and power had any sym
pathy with McCundless they would
certainly refrain from openly oppos
ing his chief Ibsuo while he Is in tho
midst of a campaign.
Let the Intelligent llnwnlinn-Amer-IcanB,
and the Intelligent Americans
carefully deliberate on the deep nig
nlllcnnce of (In- ponltlon taken lij
these Democratic United Slates Sen
ators. It is accepted that the Republicans'!
stand for European Immigration In
Hawaii as well as the mainland.
Now tbe Democratic leaders liato
Tlili means that lloss McCandless,
elected to Congress on Mm antl-tniiiil-grutlon
platform, nonld lie absolute
if without friends or Intliii-iice In, bin
own party at Washington.
Ha would bo looked upon us a man
of doubtful patriotism who has gona
about this important Territory, mis
leading the people and preaching a
doctrine that is oppesod by every
patriotic American principle.
Xo anti-Immigration policy should
lie nlloncd to disgrace (lie good name
Election of Boss McCundless would
Indeed be such a disgrace and If tho
people should vote tbe Boss In
to power, the dny would not
Le far distant when Republi
cans and Democrats of tbe Unit
ed States Senate and House of
Representatives would seriously con
template the need of Government by
uoiiuiusbiuii io' uuvu mese isiuuug
from the disasters tha,t threaten from
the Democratic uutl-lmmlgratlon
Spend, Your Money Now
(,.wlll buy a
n oar l'alainn.
walking distance nf
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two, and four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within- five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal p'ece of property as
to location and size for a pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank and tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Office is open on Sunday mornings
from 8 untfj 10.
INTELLIGENT CITIZENSHIP AND
Lyman Abbott, editor of tho Out
look, with whom Is nsoclntciKTheo
dore Itoosovelt, cx-1'resldent of tho
United States, has given his opinion
on the reason for tbe political upheav
al that occurred in the State of Maine.
Thnt opinion, published In the editor
lul columns of the Outlook, follows,
and ve commend it to tho men and
women of Hawaii who quote the ed
cdltor of tbe Outlook as an authority,
but declare thut thoso who opposed
Prohibition In Hawaii represent all
that Is evil:
"Tho reason for this has been the
Increasing unrest of an intelligent
piplo under the State law prohibit
ing the manufacture and sale of alco
hol. No matter how lofty the prin
ciples of those who framed the law, It
has proved a premium to deception.
"Liquor has been smuggled Into tho
State and sold under guises which
have Btrongly appealed to the udven -
turo-lovlng. Among such tho law nasi
only stimulated tho liquor habit, and j
has perhaps proportionately lessened I
the wntchfulness of State officials, lie-
publicans and Democrats alike have
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEWAL0
STREET Desirable Building
lot, 100 by 225. Price... .$3500
WAIKIKI BEACH lots with
GO feet frontage. Two or
three left at ,$7503
KAIMUKI On 3rd Avenue,
New Bungalow on the instal
ment plan at $3250
A Watch Should
"Mf your watch does 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.
& Co.. Ltd.,
chafed under tbe humbug. The Itfe-
puhl leans, retiring to lose their "stand
put" majority lis regards tho law, hne
not paid enough attention to the pro
testers. So pluralities declined, not
because llcpubllcnns stayed home on
election day, but becnuse they actual
ly toted with the Democrats. The hit
ter promised, If returned to power, to
rc-submlt tbe prohibition law to u
popular vote. Tho election of a Dem
ocratic Governor has at last naturally
eoi'KT mi'st dkciim:
IF IIK.N IS A lllltll
WASHINGTON, September 2G. The
new Court of Customs Appeals Is in
full suing of Its, Unit session. The
much disputed question, "Is n hen a
bird?" which tho Treasury officials
passed up us hopeless, will probably
come before the court at this term.
The question Is, If bird's eggs uro free
under the tariff and hens' eggs nre
tuxed C rents a docn, why Isn't a
ben n bird? An Imnorter who laid
,tie duty wants to know.
. a .
The International gynocnloglcal
congress ia opened at -6t. I'eters-
burg recently. There ,uro forty n'ne
fort and Merchant 6trcti m"e-B
HILO MAY GET
Legislature Will Be Asked for
WILL BE DESTROYED
Board of Health and Land Of
fice Will Be Homeless Soon,
Circuit Court May Move
(fix rlul It ti 1 1 e 1 1 n Cable.)
HILO, Oct. H. Tho Territorial ad
ministration will nsk tho legislature
at Its session next year for n substan
tial nppropilutlon for n Territorial
building In llllo.
News to HiIb effect has besn receiv
ed fiom an authoritative bourco in
Honolulu, and tho report Is strength
ened by tho fnct thut the Territory
will be virtually forced to erect such
There uro at present threo Territo
rial iiftlces in Honolulu, besides the
Clicult Court, namely tho llonrd of
Health, the Land und Public Work,
offlco und tho Tax Omco. Tho build
ings In which the Hoard or Health
und tho Lund OHlce officials are nt
present housed, will soon havo to bo
torn clown or moved away. Tho Hoard
of Health office stands partly on tho
slto for tho new street which will
run below the Federal building lot.
The authorities hope to bo able to let
It remain there until the session of
the legislature, when It Is hoped that
tho appropriation for the new build
ing will be mado. Tho Land Oillco
is on tho slto for which the Knights
of I'ythlas hae made application, and
which will soon bo sold at auction,
und us a consequence that building
also will soon have to bo moved. The
lax office could, of course, remain
Indefinitely where it Is, but tho build
lug Is old and dilapidated, and tho
forco Is so cramped for spneo that a
now building would be necessary In
tho, near future under all circum
stances. Two Plans Talked Ofi
As matters stand nt present (her?
nro two plans possible. One Is to
place the Territorial building cm
Bridge street next to the Mnsonlc
Temple, with a twenty foot alley run
ning botween tho two structures. This
Is tho plan which tho administration
has In mind at present. While noth
ing has as et been said In regard to
tho method of construction of the
structure. It seems certain that n con
crete building would be wanted, part
ly because It hns of lato years been
tho policy of the government to build
permanently whcrojjr possible, but
mainly on account of tho fnct that tho
Territory, after demanding that tho
County, If it wanted a building on lhl
site, must build n concrete structure,
would necessarily have to follow this
rule Itself In order to bo ut ftll con
While tho plans, as far as they havo
been considered, provide for a build
Ing to house the offices mentioned
alono, tho suggestnn hns been mado
that when a Territorial building Is to
he built It would be n good time to
Include accommodations for the Clr
cult Court therein as well. In which
case all the Territorial offices would
be under ono roof. The courthouse
Is nt prosent in a pretty poor contll
Hon, iiml It ran certainly not la,st
many jcars longor. A two story build
ing, bousing the Bonrd nf Health, tho
Land and Public Works and tho Tax
offices on the lower floor, and the Cli
cult Court rooms on the upiier floor
would therefore seem to bo tho emin
ently fitting thing to construct.
Location In Doubt,
The latter plan will lead to tho
question of tho location for such a
building, whether It should bo erected
on tho slto of tho cnurthouso, or whe
ther It should he placed on tho lot
facing Bridge street. It has been
suggested thnt If tho latter lot woro
chosen, the present courthouse lot
might be turned Into a park, as tho
removal of tho pollco station, which
Is nono too ornanien'nl a building at
hest, would then ieato the entlro
block maultn of the Catholic church
empty of building. On the other hand,
some Territorial officials havo oxpross
eil the opinion that tho. courthouso
lot Is too spiall to be of much use
for park puriiosos, nnd that therefore
It would bo better, to build th6 Torrl
torlal building on the courthouse, site,
and to dispose nf tho lots makal of
tho Federal building site for otior
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, October 15.
SRATTI.K Balletl Oct. 15; S. S. Moxl
can, fur Honolulu.
V, II, Carlisle of ElUahcth. N. J..
will sail from -New York to llonnutlan
soon in n cathnat that he has built
frtjin dilftwocxl at au expense of
:i.80. He will take with him fifty
fowls to replenish a poultry yard.
tha Bulletin olflct.
cards on tals at
for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INFANTS aro peculiarly siucoptiblo to. opium nnil Its various prep
arations, all of which aro narcotic, Is well known. Even In the smallest
doses, If continued, llicso oplntei causo changes in the functions and (jrowlh of
the cells, which aro likely to becoino permanent, causing imbecility, menial
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics In later life. Nervous diseases, such
as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, nro a result of dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In their ((fancy. Tho rule among
physicians Is that children should never rccelvo opiate In' tho smallest doses for
morn than a day at a time, and only then if unavoidable.
' Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials,-Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, nnd
tho druggist should not bo a party to It. Children who arc ill need tho attention
cf a physician, nnd It Is nothing less than a crime to doso them willfully wlllinar
cotes. Castorlacontalns no narcotics If it bears t lie slgnuturo of Chas. II. rictchor.
T' j J?7--- " fc'Mnrnnlccii Rem
of I'&z&XTcMcCtK Cnilorln
Physicians Recommend Castoria.'
"your we pi
preparation known ai CtitorU I h.TO tifed
?or yrtrt In children' compttf nU and 1 bare found
no'.blng bttur." Joux J. Lu n, M. I).,
- Cleveland, Oulfl.
v For itTtral years I recommended yonr Caatorla'
and ihall alwa)a continue, to do ao,aa It bae lnra
tloblj produced beneficial rtiulu,"
Ecwik I. rauntr, M. I)., Ken York City.
MTctif Caatorla U a mrrltodnui houechold
remedy. It !a p-arel j Tccetabla and acta M a mild
catbartlc Abora all, It doe no harm, nblcb la
mora Iban can ba laid of the great majority of chil
VioToa U. Corrmn, M. D., Omaha, Neb.
Children Cry for
In Use For Over 30 YYears
Here is hot water service for
, your home such as you've
never dreamed of before. The
Automatic Gas Water-Heater
( - ( V
h "always on the Job" ready any minute, clay or
night, to heat water steaming hot and send it rushing
to any faucet you may open. There is" no delayno
gas to light The Ruud awakens at tiie turn of a
faucet lights its own gas
water flowing through its copper coils
extinguishes, itself automatically when
you close the faucet The supply of hot,
water is inexhaustible economical. Call
in and see this wonderful devicc'self
operatlng." Attaches to the gas and water
pipes in your cellar.
HONOLULU GAS CO.
Corner Alakea and Beretanla Streets
So long as
you can buy .
Pan ka Hana
And sufficient mentality to
direct, your dwelling should
At your grocer's
F. L. WALDRON,
'I hava pittcrlbcd tour Caatorla In maij cre
and hare alwaja found It an tfllclent and apcedy
remedy." A. T. l'ctLtit, IS, D., St. Loulj, Ho.
" I hate ned roar Cwtorla In my own hou elmld
with good UK ilt, and lave advlaM aeveral patb nta
to me It for lu mild, lixatlra effect and frttJoiu
from harm." Kowanu 1'Aiiniiii, M. I) ,
tM . !.. S " Bruolljn, N. T,
j'Yonr Caatorla bolde the'eatem of tbo medical
profetilon In a manner held by no blbcr proprietary
preparation. Itlaff lure and reliable medicine for
Infanta and chlldrin. In fact It la tbo nulrcraal
homehold remedy fur Infantile atlmenta."
J. A. Flatus, M. D., Kaniaa City, Ma.
heats instantaneously l
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