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The foolish and the dead alone novel change their opinion,
Democrats have stopped denying the existence of their
secret political labor club system. They have been caught
with the goods.
They now claim that they have a right to organize such
clubs. . ...
That was what Makino said with his Higher Wage Asso
ciation for controlling the plantation labor of the Territory.
Those secret Democratic clubs furnished the basis for the
greatest system of Boss rule and eventual' graft with which
the people of this city and Territory have ever come in con
tact. The success of those Democratic clubs meant and now
threatens labor war for the city of Honolulu. Those clubs were
the basis of the Democratic organization.
Although the secret clubs havo been broken up on account
of the members learning how they were being misled by the
Democrats, the fact nevertheless remains that the success
of the Democratic party will aid in bringing about a revival of
the clubs and a return to the System by which the Democrat
ic party planned to feed from the pickings of official patron
age. Republicanism stands today as never before for the pro
tection of.-honest politics and, the maintenance of. honest gov
ernment in 'the affairs of the city and county of Honolulu.
The secret-club system of government backed by reckless
and false promises should receive its final blow at the com
ing election. . .
Your straight Republican vote will do the business and it is
the. only thing that will.
REPUBLICANISM FLOORS WOOLLEY.
IlcpubllcnnR nro nlways on guard
for .tlio wolf.irn of tlio people
This lias never been lnstnnced to
better ndwintngo than b) tlio action of
W It Castle In putting nn end to tlio
ft scliemo Intil by onu John (J Woolley to
trick tlio American Hoard of Missions
Ilntn i.ioulllir n rt.df.l lit llltl fnlllMIf tlltntl
Congtcss to timet n Prohibition law
for Hawaii. In tha face of the adverse
'f declaration of our inople last July
Thtt deep slgnlllciinie of tlio action
of Mr Castle should not bo over-
ll.i u'h. nnr nf tlin nilinnntna'nfM'rn-
lilbltlon Ho declared hinseTf openly!
and-was on tlio sldo of tho I'roblbl-
Homibllcnn Presidents always glo
tho pcopla'iif llawrfll n hearing. A'
square ideal la tho real Republican
Makino objects to being named with
such nutublcs as Tammany and Huef.
If Makino Is In politics It would seem
rather hard on tlitm
Woolley Is merely n blot on tho
faro of the unlverso Ho la so thor
oughly unrepresentative of Hawaii
that oen tlio former I'rohtbltlonlsta
li.ivo deserted him In disgust.
Why should there be un nppnicnt
friendslilp bttwecn the Sheriff of tho
city umi tho ox-President of tho High
er Wage1 Association iiboiit the time
when tho secret Democratic dubs
Mere In tictlnn
nomocracy ns It la now set forth
from il.iv. to (lav Is a blatant nttiuk on
tho peaco nnd tho prosperity of tho
Territory. If successful It 'la iin-as-Mirniico
of go eminent by commis
sion. It Is significant that a Demociatio
circular that carries an ni title in-
titled "Tyrannical Itclgn of the Sugar
beats the photograph of
W. P. Jnirett opposite the words, "Ilo -
member the duto and don't forget the
- - Editor
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as itcoml-clais matter.
OCTOBER 28, 1910
tionlsts In tlio July contest oer the
'.control of tlio liquor tralllc
Hut Mr. Castle, though tlio
went against lilui, ucicptid the man
diilc of (lie people.
Consequently, when Mr. Woolley
sneaked Into tho American Hoard with
his resolution to ovei throw tho peo
ple and undermlno them when they
worn not looking, Mr Castlo was there
to represent tho Integrity of Ilnwall,
and defend the right of our citizens
to not only bo heard on public ques
tions but to huo their maiidiitu rec
ognized and accepted throughout the
That Is good citizenship That la
Keep jour mind on tho fact that to
vote down lloss-rnlo and tho scluunos
Ul IJIUIII'IH Jtl ItlUBk ,UIU IIIV I,VIIIM"
llcan ticket straight.
With Sheriff Jarrett a beneficiary of
tlio secret Democratic clubs, what
unrt nf n tinsltlnn would tho Sheriff
bo III when the labor war should bo
A lending Democrat vociferously de
nied that there wero ono hundred sec
ret clubs; It was ull a lie. Ho loudly
avorrcd on his honor that thero wero
What sort of a political system Is It
thut Is now In possession of tho police
department, that allows police otllccij
when 1 duty to threaten citizens
who lmvo left the Democratic party;
Ijlliorlnir men find thut the Ilcmib
1 Hum piomlses aro kept. The Denjo
cratle secret club stlienio was merely
a medium for making promises that
would enablo Democratic schemers "to
lay their hands on the money of tlio
Abo Huef and gratters are about
the only peoplo who would claim to
find lituo in the Dunoci.itlc secret
clubs, organized nuiiiiiially for social
. nnd political purposes, but really to
bi lug Honolulu Into thu thiou uf u
I Intuit n rtf
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MESSAQES TO FRIENDS AT SEA
On Sunday mornings
tho olllco Is open
from eight until ten
All But Two Oahu Candidates
Have Filed Nomination
I'.lcclloii Inspectors nro resigning,
nomination papers of candidates aro
coming In, and most of tho time tliero
Is something on In tlio olllces of (lo
crnor Trcur and Seclotarj Mutt-Smith
In tho election line
H K Itatlihiiru has presented his
resignation fiom tho lwiard of election
Inspcctois In tho sovcitth of tho fourth
to run for rcprcsontutho, and tlio
Ooumor Is awaiting roconimendntlona
from tho party lenders bcfoni appoint
lug unvotio In his place
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can secure a nice home
in KAIMUKI at a discount of 10
on its actual cost, owing to the fact,
that the owner has left the country
and wishes us to nuke a quick sale.
Cash or instalments. Particulars at
our office. L
Wc have also a
TORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
Jra m $mimv
Mysos Kahnlol lias been apimlntcd
to the board In tlio seventh of tho
third In pluco of V. I,. Hock who ro
signed, mid ill tlio sixth or tlio Ihlrd
Hen Mauonnon fills tho place of J. M.
Whllford who teitdercd IiIb resign i
(Ion, Nomination papers aro coming In
for Oahn nnd all must bo tiled before
In Hits connection It might bo ro
marked that Candldato Chllllngworth
for senator and Candldnto Long for
tho house nro tho only ones who havo
not filed their papers as jet
Thcro wore four papers Died this
morning, W. S Idlings nnd S Knlel
opii both presenting their papers for
senator. Tho other two were homo
tillers from the (Hth, .1 P Kuliiwnl
maka and K. Knlelhiilii both being
candidates for Ilia house.
"I wonder," mused the philosophic
motormun, "whs It Is thut tlio girl
with n half gill of brains Is so all
fired crazy to wear ono of thoso two
lnuliel lints?" -Sprlnglleld Union.
$2000 bargain on
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc,
Chas. Chillingworth, '
A. F. Judd,'
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES - -
lohn K. Kamanouiu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
S. K. Mahoe.
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.
Waialua C.car Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Kupau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
(Continued from Page 1.)
trlct, a bopletj with stxtj-rour mem
bers on Its tolls tiled to hold a meet
lug Wednesday night. Only tlneo
men came, and the did not stay.
In another case a club with sov-only-two
niembeis dwindled to fle
when a meeting was called. Another
case of a society with fort-Bl mem
hers Is reported wheie not a man
appeared tho tegular meeting night
Tho brcaklng-tip of tho clubs fol
lowed the exposure of the fact that
tho Democratic "hlgher.tips" were
using them unscrupulously for so'
flsh political purposes. Many of tlio
leaders havo gone oer to the He
piihllraiysldo and me urging their
followers to do the samo,
The Enterprise tolls of a Hartlcs
vllle man that met n "grass widow
the other day afid has had hay fover
over Blare, Kansas City TJracs,
Prices Cut in Half
To make room for new
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line of fine
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than cost to us, , but we need
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We do not break the boxes,
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some fine writ'ng material at
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EARTH SHOCKS ALARM
Remarkablo Disturbances in
Vicinity of Grand Canyon!
Cieato Feat i ". v
n.AOSTAKP, A, T , Sept. 27.-.H0-mailttble
e.ttth disturbances continue
noi tit of riagstuff, extijiulliiK through
to tho Uiujul Call) on. .1. I. ChatcS,
a well-Known stocl, man, lMng at
Cedar Wash, brought In his family,
unci others hao sliuo follow od, all
very mui.li iiKiimed, Chines' adtilXx
houso was sh.iKen ftoiu Its found t
t Ion, tho coiner uiu.Keil nnd the
rhliiiney toppled on. I.avu stunes
wqlgltlng nian tons worn loin from
thu !aa bed and trashed down thu
Mi - Kviltf. IV
t 0 .
Sold on timer j
payments. "' '
Young Bid j-
mountain side. Only a few.etoclc
men are llvlnij In that leetlon. Thpsu
who liuu ome In refuse to go back.
Tliu lumbllngs. Rcqm, to conje from,
thp ij licet Ion of tho Onind Caii'on
and covet an area of foity or fifty
miles along the nioiitituliis. Tha
inrtli tomhlois linvo been outIiiiious
since Siturday, and occasionally wlth
milcli vlolou'co. Hotli whlt.es 'and Iiw
'dliiiisili.ive (led from (htjioglliii.
Thoro tiro nioro than thirty- old
volcano craters In the section, but,
so far as known, nono linu shown
iiinj sign of it(tllty. Tho phononio- .
Lnon Is bollovcil to bo due to faulty
j formation In tho earth's cuifit, which
Is slipping Tho whole country Is of
wilciinlr uilglii. No alarm Is felt In
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