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RVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II, WEDNESDAY, OCT 28, 1910
DAILY nnil WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
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Wallace R. Pnrrlnjtton, - - Editor
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Sclf-scckinp is commendable or not, according to the self
beckois; egotism can be noblo or it can bo worthless and
contemptible. Nietzsche. ,
SECRET CLUBS MENACE HONEST GOVERNMENT.
Democrats didn't knov anything about it. They had no
secret societies in theirs.
That's what the small boy always says when he is caught
with his fingers in the jelly.
It is a part of the Democratic business to not know any
thing for publication when in the midst of schemes for tying
up the government and the business of Honolulu in one of
the most perfect systems for establishing Boss rule that has
ever been proposed to saddle upon the Territory.
. IT IS THE PART OF THE REPUBLICANS TO FIND OUT
THE TRUTH AND PUT THE PEOPLE STRAIGHT.
THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT THE REPUBLICANS HAVE
The statement of an officer of one of the secret Demo
cratic clubs, published in this issue of the Bulletin is of
especial importance as showing how grievously the promot
ers of these Tammany-Makino-Rucf clubs misled the men
who were wheedled into membership. It is the old Demo
The men were promised all kinds of things everything.
Doubtless this included the promise of assistance at the time
when they might decide to strike under Democratic aus
pices. These clubs, the Democratic promoters promised, would
be used for the benefit of the laLoring man along the water
front and in the public service.
How was that promiso fulfilled?
The first rattle out of the box, the laboring men were
called upon to put up of their hard earned cash for the benefit
of the Democratic party. Make note also, that the hard
earned cash on which the Democrats wanted to get their
hands, was the money earnc-l from the good wages paid by
the despised Republican business houses.
Poolas know their business. They know when they are be
ing fooled. Consequently, they were quick to see that the
DEMOCRATIC SCHPMR WASPRIMARILY NOT FOR THE
WORKINGMAN, NOT FOR. THE
rHiviiuea wno are nappy wncn ine lamer oi me nouse nas a
full week's work at good pay. Not by a jug full.
THE DEMOCRATS WERE RUNNING THE WHOLE PROP
OSITION FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE MEN IN HEADQUAR
TERS WHO WERE MAKING SO MANY PROMISES THAT
THEY COULD NOT POSSIBLY FULFILL ONE-HALF OF
THEM, and who by reason of their recklessness could gain
no financial assistance from business sources.
All Ujq, Democrats wanted of the poola on the waterfront
was to get their hands on the moneybags of the working
men. This would help to establish Boss rule.
All the Democrats want of the misguided but honest voter
j is assistance that will enable
ltlic money Dags of the people.
Thus would the Democrats complete their scheme for .Boss
ruje. AND BOSS RULE MEANS the rule, not of the people,
not of the poolas, not of the honest workingmen, IT MEANS
THE RULE OF GRAFT.
NOW, MR. HONEST VOTER, WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO
The poolas know what they arc going to do. They have
seen the trick and the treachery of the Democratic secret
'clubs and they will vote the honest man's ticket the Re
Shall we not hope that the honest voter of the Fourth, Dis
trict who believes that he is more intelligent than tne rest of
us, will also vote the honest man's ticket the straight Re
4 Shall we not be sure this yegr that the honest men of the
.waterfront and the honest men of the plains, and the hon
st men of tho hills, and of the country will all join forces
a'nd combine in an overwhelming majority to maintain hon
est government, thereby saving the city from the greedy
hands of a Boss rule, that means Grat rule?
The Bulletin believes that the promise of the .success
lof the honest man's, the workingman's, the Republican par
ity is more certain every day, because there has been a great
tqwakening of honest men, a great stirring of public senti
sincnt for, government of, by and for the, people as against
government of the Boss, by the Boss and for the Grafters.
i But it is necessary to make assurance doubly sure in situ
ations of this character.
" It is necessary that" the voter of the up-lown business
"section as well as the voter of the waterfront shall work as
well as vote straight Republican.
That is the how and why of tho Republican victory on the
cighth of November
'' Remember, Mr. Honest Voter, YOU have a duty to- perform.
fri Sfi Montns O .o
rt Vcr, inywlicicln U.S. ., ,, I.m
I'rt Ycir anywhere n CuntdA.. I.n,i I
Per Year (.nslpald, loitijin..
Entetcrf at the roftoff.ee lit llovoicla
m sccoml-cUss matter
OCTOBER 20, 1910
POOLAS, NOT FOR THE
them to place their hands on
A splendid G-room home within
250' feet of the King street car line.
Lot is planted) with large trees, co
coanut, alligator pears, etc. Modern
plumbing and other conveniences.
Price, $2S50. , .' '
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
ntc hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank and tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
MESSAGES TO THIENDS AT SEA
On Sunday mornings
tho oltiro Is open I
(mm eight until ten
Controller Will Keep List of
National Bank Loans,
WASHINGTON, I) (.' , Sept. 117.
Ill orilcr tu proveut corporations,
Huns ami Individuals from boriow
lug to tho extent of their credit IK
their own cities, then negotiating
cUcwhcio nml doing tho same, Cuii
tioller of the Ciirrenc Murray lin
deililcd upon tho establishment of a
central credit buicau In Washington,
In which Will bo I collided nil such
borrowings from National banks
Tho ciedlt bureau will bo located
In tho olllce of tho Controller. 'Iho
neccsbllj for Its establishment iiiIeoi
from tho fact that ei often tho
local bonowlngs of Institutions .no
to tho extent of their ahllltj to pa),
and If obligations of which the Na
tional Hank Kxnmlncra hae. no
knowledge exist 111 other districts,
Real Estate for Sale
Special . Opportunity .
Someone can sccuro a nice home
in KAIMUKI at a discount of .10
on its actual cost, owing to the fact
that thcj owner has left the country s
and'wishes us to make n quick sale.
Cash or instalments. Particulars at
Wc have also a
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II,
I . J f mm n?,pM& I i J
tho effect U to impair the sohene)
of tho National banks, holding the
Jlanj examiners already h.lo or
ganlrcd individual hiiicatis, which
show tho borrowings of firms or In
illvlduals In his uun dlstilct. Thuy
hnto been very UECful in assisting
tho ctainlners to determine the nine
of commcrUal papci mid other obli
gations bold by tho National banks
Contiollcr MnirnJ Is expanding this
Bjbtem Into u national one, bj wlijth
nrlwito liifni iiiatlon of tho resources
uud boriowliigs of eerj linn, part,
ncrshlp or cQiporatlou will bn rt
corded In Washington and conllden.
Hull) exchanged between the exam
iners Did you ccr heal u woman boast
ing of lion llttlo it cost her to havu
her last year's hut remodeled?
When u joung widow gots on n
man's ti .ill liu can do ono of two
things surrender or tuko to tho tall
$2000 bargain on
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaole.
A. F. Judd, i
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OR REPRESENTA
TIVES lolin K. Kamanouiu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
S. K. Mahoc.
John C. Lane.
' John Cathcart.
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwkjht,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simcrson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianac J. K. Kupau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naonc.
CCcntinnpil frnm Pnim 1
k(kuu, HopuhllcatiH spciko at I'liimcue
uiuu nouso last ounliig befoio nn
limueuKo audience This mining tho
will speak ut Walkapu and rrlday
night tlie will iiiiike their llrxl luillll.
cil speeches this campaign beforo n
large crtlcil Walltiku niullonn. i.inic
.MeCandless expcctB to speak at I.a
naina Irldaj ocnliig piioi to boaid
lug tho Mmuii Kca that night for
Members of tho memorial commit,
tco of the Ijiko Chumiilaln tcreenton.
ury commlsulnn of tho States of Now
Y.ori. and yermont havo decided to
uiako tho $7.',,000 pormuiient niemor-
i.d to Kitmupl T) (MiiitMiiliiIti,. ltf.1.
lioiiso Instead of a tsUtuo 6f tho dis
liibn rillliirliil' runm J- oorin
lnixlnexs ortlct. f'llic lire Hie U-lt-lilmiic
numbers of the II u 1 1 o 1 1 it.
Prices Cut in Half
' To mako room for new
goods, wc have marked a large
line of fine
at HALF PRICE. This is less
tlian cost to us. but we need
L 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 writmgmaterial at
a ridiculously low price.
It F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
In late and artistic designs, hand-toned and carved, for the
autumn demand, have just bc:n reel vcd.
Arts and Crafts Shop,
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cil to keep In touch with ilemo
eratlc headiiuarters, mid fiom each
ioclctj a report was scut in after!
each meeting, telling oxactij wiini
was done, who wcra there and what
(ho, EClitlnicut wus,
"i:ery man that attended was
fclippused lo bring another man, and
ubu.iII) hu did. Tho clubs glow fust.
In my own there were slxtj-four
memboiH, and mini) others wcro
"At Hist we wcro told that tho
Democrats would help ua'out In out
expenses, such as pa) lug for our
lights and bomethlug for refresh
ments nt meetings. Hut this was
ncer done. Wo were also held to
gether by promised of higher wageu
foi members of tho clubs and told
that we could aluajs get oniplii)mciit
cither nn tho waterfront or the load
or soiiiuw here.
"Howecr, wo did not get any
money from tho Dcnuirrats, although
wo had been promsled some, instead
of tli.it, n few weeks ugo wo 'got
word from headquarters that wo
would li.no to 'dg up' to them to
help mil tho campaign."
"Who told joti lo pay Into tho
campaign fund?" Stupplobccn was
"Itheuburgh, tho campaign man
ngei," Tie' answered. "Tlint was not
liked ti) tho societies, most of which
bad llttlo money In the treasury. My
owji boclety had about tlilrty-lhe do),
lars. Wo wanted to uso this In tho
tocl.il sessions. So wo talked It oer
and decided that wo would stick to
gether and icfuso to turn this monej
over to tho Democrats.
"Well, not long ugo wo began to
tee that wo had been fooled by tho
iiroinUes. Wov,oro getting nothing,
4ml they did not ceu send rcpicscu.
tilth cs from licmlquartcis to llt us
at oui boclct) meetings, as wo asked
again nud again, 'llioj Just wanted
to use us, that was nil. That is why
I got tired and siw that tho Demo
eiats wcro hinting us, I havo quit
them, nml two of tho II vo boclctlcs
tu my picctuct havo hustcd up,"
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Sold on time
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Dosplto tho fact that (Ireat Ilrltaln
Issued a proclamation of neutrality
Dngllth oillctals are said to hao obey-
ed tho secret wishes of their superior!)
navcll ns their own sjmpnthlcs ami
n number of Kngllhli built stored nii.l
manned et-sels scoured tho seas dur
ing the latter part of tho clilt war
ca'pturlug und limning United State I
Merchantmen Including n number of
whalers of which wnH tho llttlo three
hundred toii Harvester owned by Ho
Iho Shenandoah, ilttod out as n
prli nicer Is lesponslblo foi tho cap
ture, scuttling and destruction of tlm
When overhauled tho Harvester wai
blng In tho lenity of Ascension Isl
nml, mi Isolated olcinlc spot situated
near tho mlddlo of tho South Atlantic -and
a iiosscasion at Oceaf prltnln.
To tho fact that Iho island was did
tocred On Ascension Diy, by Portu
gucso nuiigators Is attributed Its
When by u Bpcclal treaty of Wash
ington In 1871 It was ngioed that tho
Alabama claims which Included thnso
for depredations of other vessola
should bo rcferied tu fivo arbitrators,
ono to bo nainod by tho United States
one b) Knglind and ono each by tho
King of Italy, tho "Umpcior of Uracil
nml tho President of Switzerland, tho
claim for damngos und loss of tho
Harvebter was Included In tho list.
It appears houotcr that after nl
theso long jenrs of patlont waiting
tho dlscotry has been made that tho t
I Inn ester being owned by Hawaiian!
could not como under tho claims es
tablished liy American vessels.
'Now (jomes n tuoo upon tho part
of thos.0 Intorostcd In tho ownership
of tho whaler to fllo a now claim
with tho powers that bo ut Washing
ft Is understood that damages to
tho turn of ono hundred and fifty
thousand dollnrswlll bo asked.
At tliu tlmo o'f thej award of dam
ages lutorpo'iated In tho so called Ala
bama claims, Uiigt.ind was held liable
mil) for tho Alnbamii, rioildn and
Shniaiitloah In putt, Tho total amount
fixed was a lump sum of 115,000,000
tho. United Stntes government beliu
left to kettle with tho prlnto claim
ants, That tho total sum collected
fiom Client Ilrltaln was high enough
to com nil dliect loaned Is shown by
thu fact that eight )vmb, after tho
establishment of u Unllcut' States court
fm Hh dlbtilbiitlon, claims for only
thice-llftlm of It had been allowed. It
wus on June, lb8. that n bccond court
was fstabllhhcd to deal with the re
mainder of tho claims.
n nencial ndiances In freight rntos
between Now Orleans and points,
north, west nml cast, which wcro lo
have becomo pffertUo Nov ember 1,
hio been suspended by iho Inter- v
.stnto commerce commission. '
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