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OCTOBER 29. 1910
False friends are worse than open enemies. French.
WHY THE STRAIGHT TICKET.
Why should I vote the straight Republican ticket?
You hear the question quite frequently from people who
have forgotten what happened two years ago. Just to re
mind such voters of the facts, a letter of A. G. M. Robert
son published just after the election two years ago is given
"The election returns present at least one interesting il
lustration of how the best man propaganda works out in
practice. Norman Watkins.was defeated by the votes of
white Republicans in the Fourth and Fifth Precincts of the
Fourth District who scratched Kane and voted for McCleilan.
"That Watkins was popular in those two precincts is
shown by the fact that he led the ticket for Supervisors with
a vote of 469.
"The average vote of the Republican candidates for Sup
ervisors, other than Kane, was 422. Kane received only
258, showing that he was scratched to the tune of 164. The
average vote of the Democratic candidates for Supervisor,
other than McCleilan, was 119. McCleilan received 294,
showing that he received 175 Republican votes in the two
precincts. For the whole county McCleilan received 120
votes over Watkins.
"Those who split their tickets expected to defeat a Ha
waiian Republican and elect a haole Democrat, but instead
of doing that they beat the very man they wanted most to
"In a sense, it served them right, for honesty is the best
policy in politics as well as in all other affairs.
"It is to be hoped that the thoughtless 'hens' will realize
before it is too late that the straight ticket doctrine is not po
! litical buncome but practical common-sense."
A. G. M. ROBERTSON.
WIPE OUT BOSS RULE SCHEMES.
Government by secret clubs as was planned by the Dem
ocrats, meant government of the people, by the Bosses, for
And when the Democrats deny vociferously that this is
not so the voters should remember that the Democrats also
made a sweeping denial of the existence of such clubs.
After the B u 1 1 e t i n brought out an ex-member of a sec
ret club and spread the System before the public, the Dem
ocrats forgot their denials and declared their right to organ
ize. At the same time the men through whom the treachery of
the Democrats was exposed, were threatened and brow-beaten
by a Democratic police officer sworn to protect citizens,
v The same day that Democratic managers denied any con
nection with the secret clubs, an ex-officer of one of the
clubs told the story of the Democratic manager demanding
the money that was in the club's treasury.
Those clubs are now pretty generally broken up. The
members find that they were being misled and made the tools
of Boss-rule So they have quit the clubs and quit the Dem
ocrats. But that should not make the Honest Voter withhold from
marking hfe ballot in a manner that will completely wipe out
the clubs, and the secret System and the Bosses that plan
ned the scheme.
The straight Republican ticket will do the business.
The straight Republican ticket will put the politics and the
business of the people on an honest basis. See that you do
your share for the cause of square politics and honest government.
A HOHE FOR SALE
A splendid G-room home within
250 feft of the King street car-line.
Lot is planted with large trees., co
renmit, alligator ncars, ctCi Modern
pluihbing nnd other conveniences.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two and four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal rtlece 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.
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slasni shown anil tlio monikers named
for ilia general committee are nil en
thusiastic boosters, Colonel Jones
heading the list ns chairman of the
Suh-commlttcea which will hnvo
charge of tlio coining carnival that
promises to far outulilno last car's
fcorts ure, those on groumla, lights
i and decorations, side kIiowb, nubile
Ity, niuulc, ball, program, police, wa
ter carnival, reception of visitors,
transportation and railroad matters,
tlckclH and admission and general re
The denernl Carnival Committed
MESSAGES TO FRIENDS AT
On Sunday mornings
the office la open
from eight until ten
Hughes, H. K. Bodge, J. It. Horgstroni,
Monday ecnlng n general rarnlvnl
treasurer and secretary will bo elec
ted. Colonel .loncs will appoint chairmen
of suh-conimlttces on Monday evening
and these chairmen will namo the
members of tlio committees to work
under their directors.
Second District Court Judge Weav
er was on the Police Court bench this
morning nnd ho had somo -fourteen
cases to dispose of. The new Judge,
W. I.ymor, was present in court, nnd
ho made notes on the various cases
ns they came up before Judge Weaver.
Soon after qoprt adjourned, Judge
Lymer said t licit, h would xomo time
this aitcrnoon decIUo upon tlio ap
pointments to the 'clerical stnff of Ills
court. 1'lvn applications are in for
the positions Micated liy Hen Zabhm
and Henry Clark, and the Judge Is
considering them now.
It Is certain that Kli Crawford will
retain hla position, nnd there Is a
probability of his being promoted.
Crawford has done good work since
the recent nilxup at the Police Court,
and ho has performed three men's
Prosecutor A. M. Drown and Judgo
I.ymcr met In the Judge's room nfter
court adjourned this morning, and
they had a consultation over the
stnte of tho criminal and civil cal
Tlio new Judgo will tnko his seat on
the bench on Monday morning.
Chief McDuffle Is rounding up all
the loafers of the city, and he will nr
reel any man he knows Is not nt least
trjlng to got work.
named fast opening which commences
Its meetings nnd work at once In pre
partition for tho big otent conslftts of
the following members of the Antler
ed Honl: J. W. Jones, chairman; Jas.
D. Dougherty, deo. T. Kluegel, O. W,
II. King, S. A. Walker, J. Wnlter
Dojle, A. K. Murphy, V. 1 Winter.
J. P. Lynch, ii. II. Ilruiumond, ;J. V.
Doyle, J. I,. Coke, L. M. Whltohouso,
W. W Harris, K, A? Douthltt, W.HET
Kmory. W. D. Adams', A. Gartley, J.'
D. Mclncrny, I-orrln Androws, A. It.
Ctinha, Jos. C. Cohen, C, n. Hall, J.
J. Ilelser. Arthur Ilcig, It. E. Murray,
fleo A. Martin, J. M. Illgga, Ilaymond
Irwin, Wndo Warren Thnycr, C. D
Wright, C T. Wntermnn, P B. Howes,
Geo, J. O'Ncll, C A. Mackintosh, Nel
M)n I.nnsliig, N II, Young, It. J. Ducli
ly, Henri Iierger. Geo. H. Angus. C.
II. High P, A. Untchelor, Mnrstnn'
Campbell, II. Ityeroft, I,. A. Sawallsh.l
J. S. McCandlcss, W. V. Drake, J. A,
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can secure a nice home
in KA1MUKI at a discount of 10
on. its actual cost, owing- to the fact
that the owner has left the country -and
wishes us to make a quick sale.
Cash or instalments. Particulars'
our office. ,- .
We have also a $2000 bargain on
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
Hon. J. K. Kalaniarjapjc.
Chas. Chillingworth, '
Cecil Brown, ,
A. F. Judd,
A. S. KaleiopUi t
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K. Kamanoulu,
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
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
. MakanoeC. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Walalua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Kupau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naonc.
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Brings Turbine Dredger Down
Tho powerful sea-going tug Her
cules with the turbine dredgo In tow,
from Columbia rher ports, was sight
ed off the Islands at noon today.
Tho Hercules was about tlvo miles
off Wnlklkl shortly before I! o'clock
and it Is expected Unit tho vessels
will bo Inside the harbor by C o'clock,
The Hercules Is reported na In com
mand of Captain Dan Thompson and
sailed from Astoria eighteen days ago.
The machinery for tho turbine dredgo
Is already here und by the Oceanic
steamship Slerrn, arriving jesterday,
came Captain K. S. Johnson nnd sev
eral men who will servo us craw on
what will lie known an the largest and
.most powerful dredge In the world.
Prices Gut in Half
To make room for new
goods, we have marked a large
line of fine
nt HALF PRICE. This is lew
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 wriu'ng material at
a ridiculously low price,
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Sold on time
qpHE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING
A ' PARLOR is the latest move in the
undertaking line, .where families 'can be
accommodated xith sleeping quarters;dining
room, kitchen and bathroom. Call and in
spect. 34 Chaplain Lane.
M. E. Silva's Embalming Room is the best; in fact, the only one
of its kind in this city and county with modern ideas pertaining to the
care of the dead.
OUR PHONE NUMBERS:
Office 1170 House ...?,...,' .,..,.2514
Assistant Undertaker and Embalmer... Jacob Ordenstcin, Phone 2100
M. E. SUVA
31 Chaplain Lane, Opposite Catholic Sisters
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