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KVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T 1! . KIHDAY, OCT. 21, 1010.
. Evening Bulletin
"DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
(At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
'i MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PEESS.
'Wallace R. Frrlnaton,
Pet Month, iwrwliere In U.S 0 7ft
Per QuKtlcr, ftnywhert In U.S..... 3. no
Tci Vm, ftnvheretnU.S. H.ou
Tcr Vcni, Kisttftul, lorciin 13. uu
V CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
I in the Territory of Hawaii.
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaole.
A. F. Jtidd,
A. S. Kalclopu.
TIVES lohn K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. Pf Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
S. K. Mahoe.
MAYO ' -
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 -Wm. K. Simerson.
4Vaialua Oscar Cox.,
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
waianae J. K. Kupau.
JEwa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
A It is a pood and safe rule to so
journ in every place as if you meant
f-p spend yqur life there, never omit
.ting nn opportunity of doing- a kind
iess, or speaking n true 'word, or
linking a friend. Ruskin.
Deceit Is Trent's platform.
iM'opIe will not endorse It.
ylloHK McCandless Is tho next best
friend and director of Uosslo Ticnt.
(jjTrcnt In his political fortunes Is
Hnkcd to Doss McCandless. Don't
Daso your Investments on a pros-
iect of threo-anir-u-half cent sugar.
,That can't put you far antra)-.
ml.lar! .Frajzled byGeorge!! Geo,
Wit Theodore localising tho atmos
phere tb sizzle with strong language.
First class school facilities and the
RJudlmut for nil Btrangersto the best
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, tuitui iibiiik uiui uuy uu uuu iari.
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Walter Wellman has never been
jjnblo to muko his stunts more thnn u
Jour-day wonder ut tho very outBlde.
i Hvcry voto cast against Kuropeun
dtumlgrntlon Is u M)te to aid In
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"t vriek tti- Mm iti-nuiiihrttv rt tlm la-
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jSiTho I)otS agitator Is rapidly cliang-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
ttt Sli.Montut 1 .Bo
Per Yetr, tnpthtte In US l,ao
Pel Yur anywhere 3n Canada. ., t.rio
PerYett poatpald, foicttn a.ttn
Butcrcd t the Pottofficc, at Hodoi-Iu
as iecotidlus muter.
.OCTOBER 21, 1910
Ilosis and followers of Doss rulo down
Ilosg Mct'nndlcss plnys tlio untl
mlsslonnry game, mid Trent plays llio
missionary stunt. Such a pretty pair
Americans of the mainland aro vot
ing down the polillcnl lloss. Tlio
ivould-bo political Doss of Hawaii
More straight llepubllcan tickets
will he cast In the coming election
than hale ever been found In llono
lulu ballot boxes.
Thp bull In tlio china shop is nut to
bo compared with tlio havoc lloss
McCandless has made within the con
lines of lila own party.
. Patriotism ns well as Territorial
loynlty calls for n straight Itopubll
cau vote November S by every man
ocr twenty-ono years, of age.
The voters of Hawaii aro moro
likely to honor a Congressional can
didate for what ho has accomplished
rather than for what he promises.
Take notice that the split-ticket
men are seeing the error of their
nys,- Thoy aro straight ticket vot-
.3 this .year. They are with the pco-
'trf J j ;
' 'MahugerfCohcm has found''fn tho
Howard Coiupanyby far tho best the
atrical talent that has. favored Hono
lulu for a season. As Honolulu grows
bigger Its theatrical attractions aro
Some theatrical concerns have what
Is called the hook, to be used on act
ors that don't know enough to get of!
tho stage when they hnvo become a
laughing stock. It Is n wonder that
somebody "does not get the honk for
the Democratic Doss.
That shipload of horses for Iiniil
makes you think of what would hap
pen under Democratic rule. Demo
crats promise great things but tho
performance would bo a greater ex
hibit of brokendown skates than was
landed from San Francisco tho other
Did it ever occur to you that lloss
McCandless, If elected, must work ac
tively to check tho progress and de
stroy tho prosperity of Hawaii, oV
oIko "vlolata ovcry promise and go
back'on every supposed voto-catchlng
utterances ho has mado from tho
Tlioso who banked their prospects
pn1 Cuba's storms had no long to
wait In learning that the mlsfortunos
of nnother nro mighty poor banking
material. That's exactly what tho
Democrats want tho people to do
bank their votes on promises to carry
out lioliclcs that will help wreck tho
prosperity of Hawaii.
Tho Republican convention gave
tho people of this Torrlfory n square
deal; square for tho people's Inter
ests, square to Its high call for prog--
ress, square in selecting candidates
who havo the courage to carry out
tho flanks of tho platform (hoy stand
on, square In recognizing ' tho "good
work of the Delegate to Cihigrsst and
square to every othor Interest' that
seeks to better tho condltifm of Ha
waii, Its people and Its reputation ns
a loyal unit of 'the nation.
It has boon remarked that Honolulu
exhibits piggish propensities when It
refers to tho amount of money this
or that bund of tourists will probably
leave In the Territory. There ure oth
ers. Nofejho following, editorial,
from the 1'usadena News: "San
Francisco's Panama Imposition Is
bound to benefit every section of tlio
Stute, Kvery visitor to San Francis
co Is going to sco Southern California,
ami thousands nf tin in wilt make
their pornianont lunnes hero Thosn
who dp not remain 'will )eao, In tho
nggregatc, hundreds of thousands of
Wahiawa Land For Sale !
This land consists of n number ot
small pieces nf from two to nix acres
In extent, ami is'cfoso to tho Hall-
.."lw;nySlalon.'. Things Just tlio placo
Ttu qwiuu summer homo.
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 nnd tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
OFFICE IS OPEN ON SUNDAY
MORNINGS FROM EIGHT
CAN'T HAKE TRUTH FROM
Democratic calls to public meetings
request that the titers come nnd
"hear tho truth.'"
That's rather funny.
Campaign speeches of lloss Mc-
Cnndlesri have been marked by moro'
Heltons than truth, and iclous lie-;
tlons at that.
Uoss McCandless' right bowor,
Trent, bus not told tho truth ot his
relntlons with the lloss nnd It Is ob-
Iotin that ho docs Hot dare to,
though ho will Icani jit tho polls that
honesty Is tho best policy. The vot
ers will repudiate him.
One of tho exceptions of truthful
ness . tho declaration ot Cundldntu
Turrill that ho never had moro than
twenty dollars In his life. That's ono
of tho things necessary to take IiIh
word for, as wo know of no way to
dlsprno it, and tho fact that he has
become nn odltor makes tho rulo of
probabilities operate on his side. ',
Hut fccrlously, tho wholo Democrat'
Ic campaign could hardly bo loaded
with moro misrepresentations.
McCandless Is misrepresenting him-
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEWAL0
STREET Desirable Building
Lot, 100 by 225. Price... .$3500
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with
GO ' feet fronl'age. Two or
three 'left at.f $7500
KAIMUKI On. 3rd Avenue,
New Bungalowon the instal
ment plan at., , $3250
Prices Gut in Half
To make room for new
goods, we have inarked a large
line of fine
at HALF PRIDE. This is less
than cost to us, but we need
the room. This paper is sold
in box lots of 120 sheets only.
Wc do not break the boxes.
A good opportunity to get
some fine writt'ng material at
a ridiculously low price,
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
FORT STREET s
self. A mun can be credited with n
fairly exaggerated idea of his own Im
portance, but when ho assumes the
credit for that which everyone knows
was done by another. I' 1' I'Ut down
us a fool or a knave not an expound
er of truths.
Tho Democratic Doss Is hot truth
ful In lil.l statemonts of what tho
Democrats did in Washington regal d
Ing tho land InW. u
The Democratic lloss Is not truth
ful In his presentation of what the
Delegate has dono In Washington.
Tho Democratic lloss Is not truth
ful In his fuvorlto statement to coun
try audiences which ho obluusly 'jo
lleves he enn moro cnslly fool tint
tho Dclegato has no friends and in
fluenco In Washington becauso he has
not yet secured tho appropriations
sought for tho Queen.
The Democratic Uoss Is not telling
tho truth when he says that cessation
of Kuropran Immigration will bcnclit
this Territory and put citizen labor In
11 moro satisfactory position,
There Is no truth In the Democratic
claim that Russians nro running tho
natho born citizens of the country
out of work on tho waterfront.
There fs no 'truth In tho tlcniocfuV
(TMT tt i t.rtt. Vt".V
Ic sonp box oratory that tho citizen
laborers of the Territory nro starv
ing by reason of tfiolr Inability lo ob
tain employment pi fair wnge4 from
tho Inrgo cinployers of labor.
Truth, Democratic truth?
Why, the wholo game oflie Boss
nnd nil his followers Is to mlprcpro
scnt conditions und thus bring nbnut
n misrepresentation of tho people lit
Washington, misrepresentation lnttho
I.eglaljitiirp, urnl, misrepresentation In
tho city and counties for the nt two
McCandless, tlio lloss, 'IS obviously
basing his whole lioua of success on
Trent, tho right bower and errand
boy of tho Uoss, expects to slide Into
his usual placo of scrvlco by kecpfng
awfully" quiet ami nover allowing tho
people to know tho truth of his 'rela
tions with the lloss nnd tlio program
for putting tho public servlco under
tho domination of tho most Irrespons
ible nnd eventually corrupt gang of
grafters that ever worked In Bccrot.
Deceit Is Trent's political gnmo.
Democrncy has studiedly and with
ample forethought adopted a plat
form of falsifications.
To frequently cry that tho false
statements labeled truths nro so In
fuct, cannot muko it so.
Austrnlla is going to have small
farmers nnd largo farmers it It Is
possible to get them. At present
II. McKeiulc, an ugent pf tho Aus
tralian government, is touring tlio
States, making n thorough study of
tho irrigation systems that rro UBcd
throughout the- land, and t tho
fame time ho is looking for settlers
to take up lands In his home coun
try. The Inducements Hint are offered
to people to take up farms In Aus
tralia nro worthy of nil Imitation
by other countries that nro scckihg
to populate land Hint Is now idle.
After buying lands tho government
Irrigates them and then offers them
for eao. A house Is built for tho
cnlryinnn and tho government offcis
to advance GO per cent, lu 'ash of
j tho amount spSnt for Improvements
and allpws 1." jcars In which to pay
tho loan, Thlrty-0110 yoarB is tho
time allowed for the payment foj
the Innd. T take ndvpntago of this
offer prospective settlers must have
nt least $2000 or $3000; this to
buy slock, seed, etc., to tarry tho
farmer through tho first few years.
Mr, McKenzle, who (Is doing tlis
Immigration wotk In tho States,
will !eae Vancouver about tho first
nf next - ' and It Is understood
Hit li give nn address here
ot tho v 't he has been doing
S.' J3 SELLS "STRAD"
VIOLIN FOR $1
TACOMA. Wash., Oct. 10. A
pawnbroker 011 Pacific street Is be
moaning his luck whllo u Com
merco street cobbler and a denier lu
musical Instruments both nre con
gratulating thpmselves today as a
result nf the pabsngo through their
bauds of it 1 aro Stradlyarltis violin.
The pawnbroker .ilrst seeurcd pos
session of tho Instrument fro'm! 11
German sailor, who, being broke,
parted with the treasures for. $1. Tho
pawnbroker in turn sold It to tho
cobbler for $10 and thought himself
Tho cobbler was playing 011 It tho
same evening when n prominent
music dealer who was passing tho
shop stepped In und offcicd to buy
tho Strad. Tho lnuslcmlin finally
secured possession by paying $.109.
Tho dealer is holding tho violin
Weekly II 11 1 1 0 1 l.n II, pt;r yrnr.
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ITor.OneWeqk-'Only P,! For One Week Only
Regular Price, 65c
Large Size, Regular
Small Size, Regular
, Henry May &Co.,Ltt,aSKs
' BIG VALUES IN
The following special offerings make this fact plainer nnd
stronger than iny words can:
10c yard , 5c yard
15c yard 10c yard
20c yard 10-12V2O ynrd
25c yard 15c yard
30: yard 15-20j yard
35c yard ....'. 20c yard
40c yard ,30c yard
45o yard 30c yard
COo yard 35 40c yard
65c yard N . . ,40c yard
75c yard 50c yard
00c yard G5o yard
Fort Street, opposite Catholic CHiirch
Soap for the Laundry
Your Grocer Has It
Many .Japanese Coming ofi
Age in Next Few Vears
" On "Kauai.
j WIthln',tlio next lows years llio In
cioaic of Jnpaneso who will bo elll
bio, to otojiji Kauai will bo moro
tjiap I'm tugiie ho and all other nation,
alltles combined, according to tho
military census which has jceu sub
mitted to" Cocrnpr Fiwir,
This shows tho great need or n
largo Iminlgintloii of Caucasians 10
control tho balance of power for If
this Is not done, then lu n few years
Knual will bo controlled by Japancso
voters according to tho figures: avail
ablo at picscut.
At the present tlnio there nro 2S37
males on Knual over tho ago of eight
years, 12S8 over tho ago of 2t and
eligible to vote, and ot this number
1182 hnvo been registered as voters of
tho Tcirltory. Thcso figures, do not,
Of course, include I'orfg" Itlcnns npd
Filipinos who do not Imvo tho right
Interesting flguics are picscntcd by
tho number of voters who will bo ablo
to cast llio ballot In llio next few
elections. In two years 135 moro
will bo eligible ut voto, In fopr yoars
170, In six yearn .ISO, ami In tho thrco
elections following tho number will
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Cooper's Pure Olive Oil
Sale Price; 50c
Brand Standard OysterK
a . u liLji
Thirty to 42 inches wide.
Regular. Sale Price.
$1.25 yard $ .00 yard
1.50 yard :. 00 yard
2.00 yard ' 1.25 yard
2.50 yard 1.75 yard
3.00 yard 2.25 yard
Increase to 10fi2, making tho total
number of voters nearly doublo whnt
It Is ut present .not taking Into ac
count deaths und removals.
For the coming election thcro nro
registered on Kauai C01 Hawaiian.
218 Caucasians outsldo of Spaniards,
1'ortugucBo nnd uusslous, 217 Portu
guese, 103 Cnucnslan-IIawallans, .11
Anlnllc-Hawallnns, 31 Chinese, flvo
Spaniards, flvo Koreans, flvo Ulucks,
four Russians nnd ono Hindu.
AS BJRTHDAY PARTY
Miss Ancle I'nngollnan cave 11 de
lightful birthday surprlso party to
Miss Cairn last night. Ten or twelvo
couples, mutual friends of tho young
ladles, went In a body to the homo of
Miss Cnrra and surprised Iter greatly
when they lushed In fhto tho house.
Tho evening's chief plcnsuro was a
happy diversion from tho usual house
parly ns tho crowil of young folks
hud n moonlight picnic on Damon Isl
and lu Moannlua I'ark. Tlio young
Indies linn come well supplied with
icfrcshincuts and thcso vvcro eaten,
much to tho enjoyment of tho young
folks lu a picnic style,' At a Into 'hour
tho final birthday felicitations wero
mnilo to Miss Cnrra and llio crowd
caught tho last car for town declaring
II111L thoy wlshod such happy informal
ovciits caiuo ofU'iicr,.
An Kngllsli periodical conipurcn tho
Kaiser's poetry with that' of Alfred
'Austin, War between Germany and
Knglnnd probably cannot bo nvoldcd
much longer. Washington Herald.
W n n k 1 y It 11 1 1 0 1 In li'per jour.
i !l jx liil 5;WtIL .Juifit
Sale Price, 20c
Sale Price, 10c
',ng InuiajlioAgliHled lloss. Vote the
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