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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. IT., Tt'KSDAV. OCT. IS, 1910.
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.OCTOBER 18, 1010
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaole.
: Cecil Brown,
A. F. Jucld,
A. S. Kalciopu.
jQUSE OF REPRESENTA
lolin K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcalli.no,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
. . S. K. Mahoe.
I, ' John C. Lane.
. " SHERIFF
i Andrew Cox.
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Qumn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
j Waialua Oscar Cox.
i Ko'olaupoko Frank Pahia.
IfWaianae J. K. Klpau. (
i'Ewa John Fernandez.'
ijKoolauloa L. K filaone.
Heuubl lenn Ism luenna BonieOiIng
more than the nierq, selection of men.
liepuuiicnnism biumuh ior jiuierii-uu-Ism.
Democracy Is lined up ngiilnst
Amcrlcniilsni. How do yon Intend to
Voters of the mnlnland are voting
dow'n the Dosses everywhere. What
will they think of the patriotism of
the Ilnwnllan Amerlcuns If it majority
of our' electorate vote to establish
Doss rule in this Territory?
Honolulu should bestir itself to
have nblo representation at the Con
gress (o be liold next mouth In Cali
fornia to promote the American mer
chant marine. Hnwnll should make
Itself heard early and often for more
ships flying the American (lag.
Should nn unkind I'rovldcncc have
visited serious disaster upon the
sugar cane fields of Cuba, the Inhab
itants of Hawaii will endeavor to view
the sltuntlon philosophically anil offer
the hope that l'rovldenco will quit
the hurricane business before reach
ing these Islands.
Wahiawa Land For Sale
This land consists ofn number of
small pleres of from two to six acres
In extent, and In close to the Hall
way Station. Till:) Is Just the place
to own a summer home. ,
Trent Trusjb C6., Ltd.
Two and four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within, five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal niece 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.
i Whoever you are, be noble;
Whatever youvdo, do well; '
(wnenever you speaic. speaic Kinaiy
Qive joy wherever you dwell.
Wnltcr Wollmnn appears to have
('encountered somothlng that he had
not looked for.
A vote ngainst Immigration menus
,h vote for government by commission.
Don't have nny doubt about that
If Cuba's HUgnr cane Is storm
swept, it Is ulsu true that Hawaii's
sugar quotations have been nll shot
lloaa tlcCandless Is tho advance
agent of (lovernment by Commission.
Vote for him nnd his ticket and there
ii no doubt of what Hawaii will get.
Honolulu's one hundred thousand
club will have no show of success If
(fA'Peniocrats arc to bo voted Into ofllce
IF. to stop European immigration uud
frame up organizations to feed an
army of men from the public service.
Misrepresentation Is promised by
f tho Democrats. There are no two
cundlduteii on the Democratic ticket
gwho Interpret tho platform tho same,
for who speak twlco alike in expound-
BIds their views to tho voters. '
K. I). Tcnney's views on the poj
lltlcal situation in this Territory in
the Fall campaign, are of more than
ordinary interest -and significance.
Mr. Tcnney is not now nnd neor
has been a politician. He is one of
the business men who Ilgures out the
situation for himself and votes Inde
pendently. He declares in today's Is
sue of the 1) u 1 1 e t i n for the straight
'While allied with Important Inter
ests, he has never been lu the political
gnjiio like Faxon Ulahop, nnd
could not be appealed to as a one
time campaigner who should step in
to tho breach at n critical period.
Mr. Tenncy has tho reputation
throughout the Islands of looking at
both sides of every question and mak
ing up his mind with absolute. Inde
pendence, l'olltlcnlly ho Is generally
clnssed with the split-ticket voters
who are not ashamed. .
Consequently when such a man
comes to the front and states as 'his
conclusion that tho present situation
Is one of issues more than men; that
tho broad Interests of the Territory
demand'' the solidification of all the
forces that are naturally ltepttbllcan,
naturally for protection of our'indus
trles, naturally for the development
of the Islands by Americans, natur
ally for progress as against retro
gression and decay, naturally for lo
cal self government as against Gov
ernment by Commission, it Is safe to
assume that the time bus come when
the opposition party is threatening
the very foundations of our prosper
ity, and Jeopardizing the status of
Hawaii as nn Independent, self gov
erning Territory of tho United Mates.
Independent mon are thinking along
now lines in this campaign. They
have been brought to It by the utterly
reckless methods and statements of
the Democratic. Doss.
They hnvo had thejr eyes opened
by the cpnsplrucy that has boon
hutched by the Boss und his hench
men to make of the public sen Ice in
tho city nnd county of Honolulu a
feeding trough on which they may
fatten politically nryl tttko euro of
tho members of their ring at tho ox
penso of the taxpayers.
Tho citizens who ordinarily go off
on tangents of personul perference
for particular cundldut.es regardless
of party, seo that In tho campaign of
Iloss McCandless, and the terrific .ef
fort he is 'making to land himself In
Congress, the first steps ore being
taken to bring about conditions that
will force government by commission
in Hawaii whether tho people hero
wont it or not. '
These Independent thinkers can
clearly foresee that the success ot
the Doss McCandless purty will be
uccepted In Washington ns u declar
ation' by the majority of Hawaii's
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electorate that they are opposed to
Doss McCandless may talk as ho
pleases In Washington about his plat
form, but his talk .will have no moro
effect In changing, the conclusion of
the members of the American Con
gress, than bis talk before the Com
mittee on Territories led the Demo
cruts of that Committee to endorse
his views on tho land lnws. The,
Democratic members' voted for the
land measuro of Delegate Kuhlo.
Intelligent, thinking men can plain
ly discern a most serious sltuntlon
for tho people of this Territory If the
men who are now In control of tho
Democratic party aro successful.
Therefore they are voting tho
straight Itepubllcan ticket
They know that the Interests of the
Torrltory of Hawaii demand that the I
. . . .. . . r . .... . t r
patriotism unu integrity or our elec
torate shall be demonstrated In
Washington, The Issues are such
that thla can only be done by n sweep
ing Itepubllcan victory.
BOSS WANTS TO
Senator Stephen II. Hiking Is 111
at IiIb home, Klklns, W, Va. Worry
over tho talk regarding his daughter
and the duke of tho Ahrti7zl Is said
to bo tho cause.
Although the Ilcpuhllcnn and Home
Hula campaign man.igeis hnvo agieod
to keep their candidates nnd spcak'era
nwny fiom the leper settlement at
Muloknl, Link McCandless Is making
an effort In go Ihcro himself, Tho
Democratic Dork Issued orders to n
lieutenant this morning to getHilin n
speclnl permit from tho Hoard of
This morning, before ,tho Milium
Ken pulled out Into the stream, Mc
Candless, leaving for Maul, told T. It.
Ilynn his conndpmi.il ruond 10 get n
anpcLil permit from tlifT Hoard of
Health, .o that ho could isn to the
settlement, whero ho snld, tho inmates
thorn want (o hear htm.
ltynn promised to do his part, and,
If It Is obtainable, ho will forward 10
tho noss at 'Walliiku tho necessary
Lightning at K.ibtonvlllo and El
bert, Colo., killed four persons.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Voters Throng to Meeting and
Cheer Good Government
Republicans of Onlut fired tho
first guns ot the local pollflcul cam.
p.ilgn Inst night at u big meeting at
Knkaako, with practically every
county nnd legislative candldntn
present and indst of thorn speakers.
Hot shot -was poured Into the Demo
cratic ranks and verbal artillery rat
tled and roared, und the Fourth Dls
trltt voters liked It.
A lot of Link McCandless' the
ories wcie punctured like toy bal
loons by tho Itepubllcan speakers.
His attack ou Immigration was dis
cussed u good deal more seriously
than almost un thing else, for this
is hlf chief wcupou lu tho cam
paign, nnd his policy ot misrepresen
tation Is bnsod chiefly ou this. Facts
and ilgures wero given by the He
publlcnus that made tho boss' pet
arguments and catch-phrases look
As a matter of fnct there was less
spi end -eagle oratory at the meeting
than is usually the case at any polit
ical gathctlng. There vns more
sound penso, und Instead of making
many bold, high-sounding state
ments, the Republicans got down to
hard fads and by doing it gained :
lot of friends In tho audience.
Tho irlnclp.il addresses were made
by l'rlnco Kuhlo, John C. I.a.'e, can
didate, for major, and Norman Wat.
kins, candidate, for the House. Tho
Prince took up In detail some of Hi
many charges McCandles? hns been
flinging broadcast, and after giving
undeniable figures on what ho has
secured for the Territory, he turned
to Immigration. "Immigration of
people who can becomo citizens Is a
necessity," ho declared. "If wo do
not add to our voting population, In
a few years tho Islands will be over
run by Japanese, and they will fair
ly force us out of tho way.
Skilled Labor Needed Now.
"Wo need Bkllled lnborcrs In the
Torrltory now, nnd thero (b no dan
ger of taking employment away from
tho Hawallar Hut If we are ever
to get Statehood, we must have, n
strong body of citizens here." He
also took up tho land questions
briefly, showing that McCandless'
promises are Idle.
The question of employment was
also dlscu sod by Norman Watkins.
Wntsor ' collected a number of
Impn'' es on waterfront cm
pl'-ynicnt. imo of which were pub
It .bed In fie II ti t 1 e 1 1 n n few
ili7 iro They prove conclusively4.
that lie llusslnns oie not driving
the i. .w.illnns nwny from tho docks,
but, on tho contrary, the Hawallans
arc nlwnys choFen first for stoVo
doro woik. Mr. Wntklns was flat
footed 'Jn his chargo that McCand
less" stntemeflts are not borne out by
the fact's In this case.
John C I.nno, cnndlato for mayor.
devoted his time to n dlscuMInn ot
needs fof Improvement In munlcl
pnl affairs. He reviewed vhh rcc
ord on many public riusstlora, show
lng Hint he has been active In work
lug for tho IntcrestB of the Terri
tory nnd of tho Hawaiian, nnd was
A dozen "more candidates spnkoot
cnmnalcn Issues nnd were well re
ceived. In fact, the Kakaako nyjet-
lng was so far ahead of. recent Dem
ncratlc meetings lu enthusiasm that
tho nopubllrnii managers are Jubi
Tonight tho riftli DUtrlci v,-l
hold n big rnlly on I.lllha nnd H.-lioi.I
streets. Thoro tho ,Hopubllcnn guns
will continue to roar and.domoiisn
tho flimsy strttctur of mlsreprcson
tatlnh that lloss McCandless has
built up around his campaign of
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Lot, 100 by 225. Price.... $3500
WAIKIKI. BEACH Lots with
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W. C. T. ys to Elect Officers
For the Ensuing
Hov. Wm. II, Oleson, pecrotary of
tho Hawaiian Hoard, ono of tho In
fluential speaker's In tho IslanUs.-wlll
deliver n lecturo to tho members of
tho W. C. T. II., who will meet this
afternoon nt tho resldcnco .of Mrs.
J. M. Whitney, their president.
Ilefore 2:30 o'clock, tho hour sot for
tho mcotli'l tho membciH will eloct
their onicers for the ensuing year. It
Is expected that Mrs. .1. M, yiiltnoy,
will bo reolectod president of tho so
ciety. Mrs, DorrmiH Scuddfer, ftthe
vice piosldrnt. will probubly kurcccil
herself, nrcotding to ono of tho mem
bers this morning,
It Is expected that Miss Yarrow and
Mrs. CohCn will bo respectively elec
ted as coiresondlng und recording
sectetnrles, and that Mrs. J. w. wnd-
man nnd Mrs. K. W. .Ionian will act
as directors of tho society.
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