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EVENIN BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY. OCT. tft, 1910
UDAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
JAt 20 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
'Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
) MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. i
Wallace R. Parrlnzton, - - Editor
ri . '
Per Month, ftnrwhcrt la U.9..0 7tl
Prr Quarter, ftnjrwhcff In US. 3.oo
Pe Yrr,&ny where In U.S H.oo
Per Vett, pottptid, foreign t3.ou
CIRCULATION LAROEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of HawalL
.inp-l 1 Editorial Rooms,
Hon. J." K. Kalanianaolc.
i Chas. Chilliiujworth,
" Cecil Brown,
i A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
J , TIVES
lohn K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Qi Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
S.'K. Mahoe. , "
" x '
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. Qulnn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Sirnerson.
Walalua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank ahjla.
Waiariae J. K. Klpau. '
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa LJ K. Naone. '
f There ii no eliAnp in remiHi!
No one will fcay that Wellman re
turned sooner -than una expected.
l'hllndelphln Is hitting up an nwful
gait after being asleep all theBe
What can Iloss McCandless do for
tho Hitwullann hoao votes ho seeks?
, No section of America that shut out'
IKuropean Immigration has ever been
"known to grow and proBpor.
Kvery voter who la boss-fooled lly
if tho Democrats Is putting his neck
under (ho collar to ho boss-ruled.
Of course Honolulu should be rep'
lesentcd at tho Merchant Marine Con
press 'of tho west coast. let It be
I" iiiiulo known early and often that Ho
noiulii Htnnds ror a bigger and better
American Morchant marlno ns well ns
n great navy.
Cabin reports now begin to, wig'
gest that the storm that has Bwept
Culm might lutvo reached the agri
cultural districts where sugar cune
Is grown. But tho 'man' whb' can't af
ford j, to speculate should neyer bny
sugar stock uii the assumption that
the damilgo Is heavy enough To change
... . J .-. J . - i
me worm b price lonraw sugar.v.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
feSU MootM,.. Bo
Tcf Yeir, nywbettlO U.S l.oo
Per Yeiti Anywhere n Cinida... I. So
Per Ycir pottpaM, foienn..., 3,nn
entered at the Pojtoffice at Iloooltla
u second-clat matter.
.OCTOBER 10, 1010
It is a pity that our leading busy
men do not get Into the political game
moie actively, but In view of the fact
that they don't tlio appearance of E.
Faxon lllshop on the stump Is deeply
significant of how serious Is the
threat of Industrial disaster brought
ubout by Boss McCandless through
the Democrats. When Industry Is
threatened, the laboring man, whom
McCandless und his followers are try
ing to fool, will be the 11 rut to suffer.
Misrepresentation Is the proper
platform of tho Democratic party and
that Is what the people will get by
placing the Democratic party In pow
er. Misrepresentation Is the stpek In
(rude of Iloss McCandless. He is mis
representing facta. He Is misrepre
senting his capacity to secure results
In Washington, lie is of courso mis
representing his opponents, but with
a candidate possessed of tho political
Integrity productive of confidence
among the voters, there should at
least be some appearance, of truth in
Is assertions made on tho stump for
I olltlcal effect,
Misrepresentation Is tho gamo of
practically all the Democratic can
didates who do not sympathize ylth
the Boss McCandless-platform but are
seeking the votes of citizens by pri
vately repudiating Mia damaging nnd
disastrous policies that McCandless
has forced upon tho public and Is ex
pounding with the enthusiasm of ex
Ono of the Individuals in point Is
tho candidate for Treasurer on the
Misrepresentation is what Candi
date Trent stands for as he nominally
pretends to be In lino with his party.
He otands with the Iloss McCandless
policies among tho Hawaiian-Americans
through his continued .and stud
led silence on ltal Issues of the
campaign. lie repudiates. McCand
less In his private talks with the vot
ers whom he knows aro opposed to
the disaster producing policies for
which McCandless has made the Dem
ocratic parly responsible.
That is Trcnts misrepresentation.
Trent Is, like other candidates on
his ticket, trying to slide Into ofllce
on the prejudice that McCandless
arouses,- while at the same time nurs
ing the so-called Independent vote of
the Fourth District by stating that be
does nol believe In McCundlegslsms.
Misrepresentation Is another term
for bad 'faith, and that Is. exactly trie
attitude of these men.
No man can bo true to tho people
whom he nsks to vote for him, If he is
all things to all men, supporting the
McCandless doctrines and tho con
spiracy to establish boss rule
throughout the City und County of
Honolulu, when dealing with Mc
Candless men, and opposing tho vic
ious McCandlesslsms when talking
with those who have at heart the
general welfare of the pepple and tho
best development of tho Territory.
Men 'of this character aro a men
ace to tho cause of good government
In any community nnd thetr's s tin
evil and dangorous candidacy to sup
port. To yote them into office Is to place
tho machinery of tho government In
the hands of men who will run It to
suit thomselves rather than for tho
Such men, under tho gulso of per-"
soual and political purity, will stand
by while the corrupt Influences, with
which they nro associated, build up a
vicious It not unlawful organization,
tho solo purpose of which is to hand
out the graft, tho loaves and llshcs of
political pickings on which lazy men
may futten at the oxpenso of the pub
lic treasury. .
Just U'ls tiling has been going on
and If tle people allow the Democrat
ic party to have control, they may bo
certain that tho misrepresentation
wiU be carried to such lengths that
there -will be creuted from the ba'sla
Wahiawa Land For Sale
This land rnnslstn
rmall pieces of from
..-In rxtciit,"a'riil U close' to tho Ilnlt
way Station. TJils la Just tho place
to own n summer home.
Two and four.tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal piece 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 EIGHT
1 UNTIL TEN
of tho public sen Ice, a corrupt Com
bination of grafters taking Its sys
tem from that which mado Iloss llcuf
famous nnd landed hi in and n num
ber of associate grafters in jail.
That Is what the comblncdI)emoc-
racy stands for at tho present time
misrepresentation, bad faith, and a
political conspiracy to hold up tho In
dustries and the prosperity of the
You can't make nny exceptions this
year when dealing with tho Demo
Republicanism means this year
what It has always honestly nnd fear
lessly represented honest govorn
men, n -fair deal, and clcar-clut up
right declarations from Us represcn
tatlyes In public nnd pilvatp. To es
tablish representative government, tho
straight Republican ticket Is a ne
cessity of the present day. Vote
National Democratic platforms
fayor tho admission of such territory
as should ultimately bo admitted as
States In tho Union, therefore pur
oply hope for Statehood lies In the1
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MAKIKI DIRICT, KEWAL0
STREET Desirable Building
lot, 100 by 225. Price.... $3500
WAIKIinjEAOH Lots with
GO feet frpntage. Two or
three left at $7500
ment plan at
of a numhcr'Ot
two to nix acres
Pricey Cut in Half
To make room for new
poods, we have marked a large
linc of fine
at HALF PRICE. This is less
than cost to us, but we need
the room. This paper is sold
in box lots of 120 sheets only.
We do not break the boxes.
A good opportunity to get
some fine writt'ng material at
a ridiculously low price.
It F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
" Leading Jewelers
success of tho Democr.itlcjiary,"
Following' Stales worn uilrjilltnl
under Hopubllcuti administrations:
(leorgla, readmitted July JS, J870;
South Cnrollnn, readmitted Juno 2S,
1SC8J President Johnson.
Vlrghila, readmitted January 20,
1870; President Grnnt. ,
North Carolina, readmitted Juno 2H,
1808; President Johnson.
Kentucky, admitted Juno 1, 1792;
Tennessee, readmitted July 24,
1866; President Johnson.
Ohio, admitted November 29, 1802;
Louislunn, readmitted Juno 2.',
1808; President Johnson.
Indiana, admitted December 11,
181(3; President Mudlson.
, Mississippi, readmitted February
23, 1870; President C-rnnt.
Illinois, admitted December 3, 1818;
Alabama, readmitted Juno 2', 1808;
Maine, ndmltted March IB, 1820;
Missouri, admitted March IS, 1820;
Arkansas, readmitted Juno 22, 18R8;
on the instal- "
Merchant Strati TjJl. h-.
(D.) Michigan, admitted January i:C,
1837; President Jnckson.
Florida, readmitted June 25, 1SCS;
Texas, readmitted March 30, 1870;
President Urutit. ,
(D.) lowd, ndmltted December 28,
181C; President i'plk.
(D.) Wisconsin, admitted Mny 2D,
1818; President Polk.
California, admitted September 9,
18V); President Fillmore.
(D.) Minnesota, admitted Jfny 11,
18.8; President liuchnnan.
(D.) Oregon, ndmltted February 14,
IS." 9; President lluchannn.
(D.) Kansas, admitted January 29,
18C1; President Uuchanan.
West Virginia, .admitted Juno 19,
18C3; President" Lincoln. t
Xcwula, admitted October 31, 1801;
Nebraska, admitted March 1, 18G7;
Colorado, admitted August 1, 187C;
(D.) Utah, admitted January 4,
189G; President Clocland.
Now Mexico, admitted 1910; Pres
Arizona, admitted 1910; President
Wyoming, admitted July 11, 1890;
Oklahoma, admitted Novombor IB,
1907; President Hoosevclt.
Vermont, admitted March 4, 1791;
North Dakota, admitted November
?, 1889; President Harrison.
South Dakota, admitted November
2, 1889; President Harrison.
Montana, admitted. November 8,
1889; President Harrison.
Washington, ndmltted November 11,
1889; President Harrison.
Idnho, ndmltted July 3, 1890; Prcs
ID)' There were only scon States
admitted during terms of Democratic
Presidents, out of a total of 48
States, so Link's "only hopo" ntlll
HORSEY HORSELESS AGE. "
With tho advent of every piece of
labor-saving machinery n hue nnd cry
Is sent up that tho Innovation repre
sents so many people to bo thrown
tint, of employment. This docs not
work out. The new machines create
Tho "horseless age which was
prophesied with the coming Into gen
eral use of the automobile, has not
arrived, and, what Is more to the
point, It seems to have been indolln
Not only has tho nutomnblle not re
duced t e i mber of horses In dally
u6 but l. u , through the amount of
K'palrs neru-ury, opened up a lino of
cniVrymci Hint has kept thousands
of i ' al.cs busy iho might other
wise i.avo been walking tho streets
It Is learned on the authority of tho
I.jvo Stuck Journal that horses have
Increased six million head In the last
ten ycurs. Thcro are now In tho
country 31,000,000 furm ami city
horses, with a Miluatlon of $3,!00,
000",000, and prices are better than
evor before S2S0 to $".00 'for goad
How Is this accounted for? Tho
answer Is! The lallroads and various
forms of machinery have called for
more horses to do the Increasing
work. All tho automobiles maiuifac
Hired In the world In 1910 will num
ber, It is estimated, 235,000, and their
vuluo will bo ubout $235,000,000, Tho
2,000,000 horses In Illinois ulone nro
valued at $256,000,000. Horso breed
ing Is tho most Important IndustryMn
tho country us wo) I as tho most. profit
able, It Is claimed, and wo aro told
that farmers cannot supply the In
creasing demand from American mid
Kuropcan markets for more nnd bet
Now all ths must conyey a senso
of deep satisfaction to tho mind of
every right-hearted man. All thpso
who fuvor progress will bopo for n
tremendous expansion' of tho outomo
hilo industry in tho years to como.
Kvery observant and well-poised per
son must sea that the automobile has
como to stay and that its use will
constantly Increase. Hut we all want
tho horse to continue to hold a pluco
in tho world's activities, and it Is
pleasing to know that so far steam,
gnsolluo and electric)!', Instead of
w testing occupation front jiim, imo
Incrpaued his oppo)tunjtlos, und, on
the whole, bettered his condition.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for.Record Oct. 18, 1910.
Look Jnrk to Look Jong. ...... .'II B
Hank of Hawaii Ltd to A II In- '
A II Ingalls and wf to Hank of
Hawaii r,td M
Itohe'it L I'ullor and wf to Union
Loan & S.IVB Asm; of II .Ltd. . . M
A .1) Castro, gdp, to San Ant
Tort Itent Socy of l AM
John 1' Johnson and wf to A I'
Trent Tnmt Co Ltd, tr. to Wll.
Ilnm (1 Androde ,,, l)
Kalienno Illco Aim Co I.td to
Notice ,, ,..,, . Notice
A large, firm, juicy, Qiecn Olive, not
fibrous that retains all the olive ilavoK
Your .Groper Has Teni
MADE FROM HAMMERED COPPER,
in whole pieces, is a fancy of people who wfth their possessions
distinguished as different from others.
BOOK lARKS, PAPER KNIVES, nnd other useful nrt'cles
made from this material are in stock here.
Arts and Crafts Shop,
YOUNG BUILDING - .
Higlfest in Quality Lowest in Cost
The Hawaiian-Electric Go., ltd.
French Laundry, I abame, proprietor 777 King St
I REMEMBER lTHE ADDRESS 777 KING, STREET. There is no
branch office of tin's famous laundry. ,PH0NE 1491.
Candidates Hasten to En
rollment of, Names On
City nnd County Clerk Datlri Knlau
okalanl, Jr., kept open house at his
office In'McIntyro huiiillng until nild'
night in nn'tr to nfford opportunity
for candidates to flle.thclr nomination
At twelve o'clock last ecnlng the
following candidates had reported:
llepubllcan Mayor, John C. Lano;
Sheriff. iA. K. Cox; Attorney. J. V.
Cnthcart; Treasurer ft. W. Khlnglo;
Auditor, Jus. Illcknell; Clerk. I. Ka
lauokalani, Jr. Supervisors, Mnkanoo
C. Amana, Chas. N Arnold, Hamuol C.
Dnlght, Frank Ki tiger, Harry V.. .Mur
ray, Khcn I. I-ow, Jns. Qulnn, I)0
lity ShorllTs: Honolulu. V. K. Slmor
Bonj Kwn, John Kcrnnndoz; 'alaiuu
J. K. Kupau; Walalua. Oscar P. Cox!
oKolauloa, L. K. Naono; Koolaupoko,
tlemociat Major, .lokojih J. Tom;
R,heilrf, Vni. P. Jarrelt; Attorney. V.
W. Thttjcr; Trcubiirfr, It. H, Trent;
Auditor. J. C. Anderson; Clerk, Chus,
H. liakor; Supervisors, locla Klukahl,
V. It. McClellan M. C. Pnchoco, Itobt
K. Palinu, II. II. Plemnior, lister Po
trio, Manuel p. Sllva; Deputy Shorirfs,
Chas. II. lloso Honolulu; D. Kuhlmnun,
Kwa; It. L. Olllllanll, Wnlanao; Tljns
K. Clnrko, Walalua; Henry J. Knla
wala, Koolauloa; Uobt. W. Davis, loo
laupoko. Homo Itulo SilK!rvlhors. Moko Kii
malanl, Jns. -M. Kcaloha, Sol. I'.fPn
Iclhnlanl, John Poo.
Independent Deputy Slicrl, John L.
The Husslan government has or
ganized n bureau of Infprmntlon, J.ho
object or which is to disseminate on u
)age sculo Information concerning
foreign commerce with u view Jo en
larging lli)ssluu trade throirgfiout tho
IV cell j ' II 11 'l ( 1 1 11 f 1 per ) cur.
You Use a
WORK BY HAND
""SoRTAgeMs ' .
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL - lAUNDpV
We call specia 1 -attention to LAIES' SILK GOWNS.
. Our methods in the Dry Cleaning Department nre of
the very latesf. Phone 18Q1.
WILL TALK TO
Republican Campaitjners Sljift
to Moilijli for Meeting
Itepubjlcnu party workers, candi
dates nnd speakers, will shift' 'tho
cantor of tliolr activities over to tho
Fourth District tunlght," thu Fifth
District having had Its turn last
night at n big meeting on Ltllhn nnd
The stago for the 0. O. P. workers
tonight wIIMjo set nt Mallllll school- '
yard, and tlio meeting promises to hn
one oflhc best of tho weok. John
Who is scheduled to preside, and
thero will be n soro, more or less,
of speukors, Including tho leading
county and legislative candidates.
Tho Republicans hnvo o(ten Into
a fast strldo now, nnd are getting
out gicat crowds at every meeting.
Last night more than n thousand
were present at the Llllha street bat
tleground, nuiKtliey were treated to
soma rattling good campaign talks.'
Most of the candidates were present,
nnd Hddlo Fernandez was thero wlti
his. Illustrated political Jccturo, slow.
Ing photographs of tlio candidates,
which wore received with 1100.''
Tlicio will ho (ilcuty of music nnd
como hot speeches aro propilscd for
tonight nt Molllill.
Tho Democrats of tlio Pqnr)li Dla.
trlct meet tonight at Kumollilll, und
thoso of the riftli at Llllha and
Washington witness In rosiionso to
tho Judgo'g question said this country
had twp Presidents "Teddy" and Mr.
Taft, Then, wo proximo, thoso pres
ent took out their notebooks and madu
a memorandum of "Mr. Taft."
English hanlieiH and the Husslnn
Minister of Flnnnce,' according to n
consular report, huvji agreed on a
chain of rntlinads In tho Caucuses,
all tho material being of English,