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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1910.
rE v enibtg Bulletin
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jWollnco R. farrlnjjton, - Editor
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l Hon. J. K- Kalanianaole.
,i Chas. Chillingworth,
j Cecil Brown,
I A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kalciopu.
.HOUSE OF REPRESEIMTA-
, I lohn K. Kamanoulu,
i E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
j Ed Towse,
"' Norman Watkins,
;" William Williamson,
i Frank K. Archer,
. ' -A. L Castle,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
'S. K. Mahoe.-
John C. Lane
P.ITY ATTORN FY
;Y John Cathcart.
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Mqlnnnn P Am'in')
murvonui. w. nitiuuu,
i Samuel C. Dwitiht.
Eben P. Low,
I Harry E. Murray,
t. James C. Quinn.
DEPUTY SHERIFFS !
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K- Klpau. .
EWa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
It is enly by labor that thought
can be wade 'healthy, and only' by
thought that labor an be made
happy; and the two can not be sep.
orated with immunity. Ruskin.
, On alio eighth of nuxt month let no
'onoffirlovo over-much for McCand
less) Ilo's qulto used to It.
4- T - -
floss McCandless' status with tho
honornlilo Democrats Is very much
Ilka n burr under tho saddle blanket
Tim deeper tho Investigators go InH
to tho I-orlmcr enso tho moro wo nd
iiilru'tlio decision of Teddy not to cat
i "in Old Madrid" nt the present mo-!
incut tho conditions da not seem to
harmonize with what Was set forth In
Eorig and story.
Now watch tho Progressives roll up
n majority for tho whole llopubllcnu'
ticket that will amount to an advis
ory vote for tho noxt llfty years.
Jt'would seem that thq Monto Car-'
lo at tho foot of Fort street Is re
sponsible for tho thinning tint of the
'.evening stiollers on tho city's
streets. ... , .
!-. - - ,
-Tho llcpuhllenn prospects are the
brightest over at tho present moment.
The party Is responding to tho pop-
'Nl Sla Montofl 0 .flo
Ter Year, anrwbtlt In U-S I.uo
Per Year anywhere n Canada., t.llo
Per Year (KXtpald, foreign a. on
Bnteted At tbt Poatoffic l Honolulu
u iccood-clait matter.
.OCTOBER 20, 1010
ulnr demand. It la appealing to the
moral and progressive Benso of tho
Don't fool yourself with the Idea
that Trent Is not with MeCnmlless
In this campaign. Trent Is tho Mc
Cnndless right bower, and nlwnyshns
been "since McCandless became boss
of tho Democratic party In order to
satisfy his erent personal political
WITHHOLDING LEGITIMATE NEWS.
Coincident with the recent shake
up in public olllces, the Hulletln
has been beseiged by tho usual num
ber of unfortunate, ones whoso names
have been associated with tho real or
alleged Irregularities, to keep their
names or the Incident "out of tho pa
per." In one Instance n high official sent
a Bpecial messenger, to tho Hull o
tin olllco to stato that tho high of
ficial would consider it n personal
favor If this paper refrained from
stnting why he trad disciplined men
This paper docs not receive tho re
quests or the special messengers In
a spirit of resentment, but wo do wish
'i publicly state, that when theso of
llclals go to any newspnper olllco
with any such requests they nro ac
tually .conspiring to client tho public
out of that to which tho peoplo have
a right fit all times the factH.
Why should the Bulletin with
hold from Its renders the facts re
garding tho nets of public officers?
Why should the public officer who
has been thoughtless or delinquent
ask that the facts be not published?
What is u public officer anyway,
that he should be honored with a pub
lic trust, nnd then when ho has violat
ed a regulation or done that which
subjects him to discipline bn espec
AVharo would that sort of practice
among tho newspapers, whoso sub
scribers pay for the legitimate news
of the day, eventually land the public
There Is no place on earth where
tho newspapers aro moro lenient than
those of Honolulu, in withholding
names nnd facts concerning people,
who have got Into trouble. It Is a
question how fur this custom or kind
ness may be responsible for others
Joining tho delinquents.
There is no place on earth where
tho nowspupers are more ready to
protect from publicity tho unfortun
ate who huvo suffered somo particular
or great mlsfortuno for whlah they
aro In no way responsible or that In
volves purely personal matters. This
is ns it should be and no ono In such
misfortune liaa ever como to tho II u 1
I o 1 1 n and boen refused a request
to refrain from unduo publicity of
Hut when public officers or private
citizens, men or women, girls or boys
conduct themselves in a manner that
brings upon them official discipline or
lands them In the courts, they have
no claim whatever on tho newspapers
to refrain from publishing the facts.
In nine enscs out of ten moro harm
is done the persons themselves by
withholding the facts.
And If tho facts do harm them, it Is
almost certain that, tho rase Is such
that tho public should know ,what Is
TRENT AND M'CANDLESS,
It should be fully understood by
the voters of this city and county that
a voto for Trent is n voto for Mo
Candlesa. All through tho campaign thus far
It has been apparent that McCand
less hns slated himself In the, name of
tho Domocrutlc party to do the unilv
missionary stunt whllo Trent Is slat
ed to gather in the support from tho
missionary side of the house. They
ure working a Hue see-saw game.
Trent has' (c? do ills work In secret.
Ills Is ,tlo evasive and the sidestep'
ping stunt, while of course McCand
less lias to get out in the open and
Wahiawa Land For Sale
JL (1 k..
Thls.la'ntl,conBlsMW a number of
nmnlljplccesTiTfmm two to six ncres
In extent, nnd is closo to tho Hall-
way Station. This In Just the 'place
to own'ti summer
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
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 TR0M EIOHT
give free rein tb open misrepresenta
tions, lie Is used to that ' '
' Hut let It not bo forgotten that In
the prlvuto counsels of the back room,
McCundlcss and Trent are ns thick as
two peas; nnd each Is helping tho
other. Trent Is doing all he can to
land McCandless In Washington and
thus repudlato tho American policy of
Immigration for Hawaii, and MeCnml
less Is using his best efforts to ,pull
Trent through In order that his or
ganization may hnvo the prestige ,that
goes with the olllco of City Treasurer.
Politically, Trent Is McCundlcss. and
McCandless is Tient. You can't sep
arate them. They ure working for the
sume cause. They aro working to
gether and in perfect unity.
The only posslblo Individual differ
ence may be that ono Is ashamed and
the other Is unafraid.
If you vote for Trent for Treasurer
you are simply strengthening tho
bonds by which McCundlcss will es
tablish Doss rule In our local poli
tics nnd spread ruin through n' pos
sible temporary success of his uttor--
IV dnngernus nnd disastrous policies.'
Trent Is McCandless nnd McCand
less Is Trent. Vote for cither one nnd
you help tho other.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEWAL.P
STREET Desirable Building
Lot, 100 by 225.
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with
GO feet frontage. Two or
three lle'ft at ?7B00
KAIMUKI On 3rd Avenue, .
New Bungalow on the instal
ment plan at $3250
Waterhouse Trust i
v. Fott anil Veronant Btrw.f Ik, .
Prices Cut in Half
To 'make room for ncw-g-oods,
we have marked a large
line 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 writing material at
a ridiculously low price.
H. F. Wichman
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broken down horses when they woro
lauded on tho dock, tho tw Jacks In
tho outfit and half a dozen mates be
ing tho only ones which ic.illy resem
llllnd, sialned and raw-boned they
camo from tho ship and as they woro
heided together nnd started up tho
street from tho dock severjl walked
Into tho excavation In fiout of the,
dock and Into osts and other obstruc
tions near the right of way which no
BplPrespoctlng homo 'with oven ono
eyo would inn up against.
When Territorial Vetorlnarlau Nor
gnnrd looked tho animals over ho Im
mediately consigned them to quaran
tine station for they looked as if they
might luivo any or nil horso diseases
known to the piofcSBlon.
They went to tho pound nit Biinday
ono had to bo killed on that day Tho
mortality list slnco has been regular If
not largo for on Monday two died,
Tuesdpy saw two more go lo pnahtj-Qs
ii uie lire last nigm ulc .uuiiumgs
covered with MALTHOID were
safe, although sparks
them in showers.
g' 'ii and yr-Mfnlny thero wcro an
ad lltlonnl t to ndd to tho list of fal
1 'n must remain in quaran
tine iv.- twenty-four days from tho
tlmo they left San "rnnclsco, and If
tho presmt rale keeps up there will,
be but few to go to Initial for breed
ing jfurposeB nt tho end of that time.
Thorough Inspection Of the nntmnls
has been made dining the past tlirco
days by Doctors Norgnnrd, Monsafrat
nnd Hondon and the repoil that they
have prepared on tho animals reads
llkoa hospital or homo for tho aged
Horse after horso Is put down as
twoity, twenty-flvo .nnd oven thirty
ears of age, teeth poor, stocked legs
wind broken, blind In one or both
cyc9, and ho on. . ,
"Thpre nro about fifteen horses In
tho bunch which ,cau go out on .the,
range and breed colts," said Dr. Nor
gaard this mrirning. "There nro that
number of fairly young hoipca xovoral
of them rnngo, animals, but tho grent
or number nro too old to breed any
way, and most of them hnu nlways
been grain fed and copld not rustle on
tho rango' for themscjies or cults."
Dr. Norgaard and others of tho gov
ernment officials Ju charge of Import
ations of animals, say thero Is no way
to keop theso horses fiom tho Tcrrl
tory, us they aio nono of tlietu Buffer'
lug from Infeclloiw or contagious dl
ouhOB. there Is aliKolulely nothing the
matter with them on that Bcoro. Thoy
aro merely -hioken down old skate
which huvo outlived their- usefulness,
but which It Is u shaluo to bring In
hero or any other place, they should
hnvo been shot In tho first place, It Is
On good authority It Is stated that
tho I.anal peoplo will bring suit
against I,aiders to lecover tho piicq
of tho horses which tney navo pnui
merely Inking the few gtmd mares nnd
tho two Ja'rkn wllh which no fnul
ran bo found.
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' "Sole Agents
Topographers Will Go to Ha
waii For Job of Four
"It has taken moro than a year
to llnlslt"tho topographic snrvcy of
Kauai," said Superintendent of Pub
lic Works Campbell this morning,
"nnd It Is the moit important work
done in the Territory.
"Ninety per cent, of tho land of
this territory Is unknown 'oxco.pt' by
what people have gathered from r(il
11 over It," he continued, "hut the
work of the survey party during
these months has put. us In pos
session of Information about Knual
which Is absolutely nccurtite and
which will bo of great benefit to us
In many wnys, especially tho accu
rate measurement of ,111c forest urea
or tlie isiann
The work which hns been done on
Kauai was by cooperation of Kcder
al and Territorial governments, nnd
the party bus consisted of two chlefB
ami soveu assistant togoprapheis,
with assistants which hnvo brought
the 'total of the parties In the field
up to between thirty and forty men
constantly at work
Up to Jttup of this yea? the Chiefs
and assistants were furnished by the
Kedernl government, toge'ther with
tho necessary Instruments, the Ter
ritory i paying all salaries, and othor
expenses of the work, but slnco Juno
tho Kodorai government itsolf hns
paid the salaries of its own men.
Under tho conservation net this
work will bo continued, and ' will
tnko In" every Island, with the possl.
bio exception of O.ihu., which .the
military, authorities hnvo suryoyed
and mnppod thoioughly nnd whosq
data will bo available for tho gov
ernment without expense of any
As soon as soma of tho map-making
Is completed, tho topographers
will go to Hawaii and commence
work on tho Dig Island, which it
will take four or five years to llnlsli
rpmplctely. Tho mniiutniu hectlon
will bo loft until the last, however.
and ns toon ns Hie forest work Is
done tho party will bo split up to
do the mountain work.
In this connection tho paity will
probably bo broken up and pmt of
from the? 5
the men w'lfl go to Maul to do tho
The work Ijas been In charge of
C. II. Illrdseye and George H. Davis,
us chief topographers, and W.' H.
Itarrlnger, 1. II. Moncure. .J. D. Tay
lor, Sidney ltlnlsej, H. I McDon
uld, A. J. Oglo and O. O. Taylor, us
In tho work on Knnnl It was
found that Kauai was eighty feet
lower than previous figures had
given It, tho highest point being
r,170 feet Instead of fiSHO, ns was
thought. Tho noxt highest point on
tho iBlnnd was H0S0 feet Instead or
r240, ns previously thought.
(Continued from Page 1)
ti let will hnvo mi Inning,, a meeting
being scheduled nt Klliiui and I.uso
streets. In the Punchbowl district.
The ilopubllrans were rallying In
tho Fourth District last night.. Many
hundicifx turned out to the meeting
nt Mollilll, whoro James lloyil fand
James K. Merseberg were tho in'aa
teis of ceicmony.. Most of tho can
didates made lit lot tttlks, and somo
of them stopped for more extended
attacks on lloss McCandless and his
campaign of false promises.
Tho Democrats hold two meetings
tonight, ono nt Punchbowl and tho
otlfer nt K'nllhl rninn In tbn lrmirrli
and fifth districts,- respectively. The
Bourbon forces huvo heun divided
into two squads, called Group I and
urpup i'. No., l consists of ), (l.
nivqnburgli, Jack "Kalakleln, loeln
KUkrihl, V. If. 'McClclliui', J.ester,
t'etrle, Sheriff Jurrctf, Deputy Slier.
Iff ItoDo, Rlc.hnrd Tronf-.nn.d V. V.
Thayer, In (lioun 2 aio'V.S. lad
ings, Hdwurd Hiinnpl, Mayor Tern,
uoiicrt J'alintt, M. C. I'acheco, H. H.
'Plcmer, M.'K. Sllva. J. C. Aiidorson
and Charles linker. Candidates for
Represerttntlves Bperrk In their own
districts. Tho cnndldntes-nt-largo
move around by groups.
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