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VRNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II , WKDNKHIMY. NOV. S, 1910.
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. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1010
,t The world will soon forget its masters, but will cling witli
i?; loving remembrance to its servants. L, T. Sweeney.
DEMOCRATS PREACHING RUIN FOR THE
K SUGAR INDUSTRY.
f Democratic candidates through their recognized and ac
t ccptcd official literature, have tied themselves up to the
statement that the SUGAR INDUSTRY of these islands "lb
IN A CONDITION TO DOUBLE WAGES OR AT LEAST TO
VERY MATERIALLY RAISE WAQES."
These same candidates are also responsible .in their offi
cial printed literature for a statement urging the voters of
the Territory to "keep out the pauper plantation laborers
and forcche plantations to pay honest living wages
INSTEAD -OF ALLOWING THE PLANTERS TO SWELL THEIR
MONEf PILES BY THE SWEAT OF SLAVES."
This lines up the Democratic party and each of its candi
dates with a definite declaration that the sugar plantations of
this Territory are in a position to double the wages of their
laborers in some instances and Materially .raise them in all
cases. t , i ,
That is what you endorse when you votor McCandlcss,
Trent, Thayer ,and others on the Democratic ticket.
In view of the present status of Me .world's sugar .crops,
these Democratic candidates must stand before the. .com
munity as either fools who don't take the trouble to know
what they arc talking about, or
taiion .wages cannot dc raiseu,
campaign literature is uttering
they arc misleadinn the voters
In either case, these are not
to posmons'-.df .public trust bythevoters.ofthis.city. or Tec-'
The ahilitv of our sunar nlnntntions to. increase wanes of
Mhn larinrnre flnnnnrlc nn thn
M.I. .UMU. V. J Uil.llUU Wl, lilt. .IIVU VI WUJlt . W V, . I MU, ,W W l
..present prices might assure an era of .large income for the
But. present prices cannot prevail.
Reliable statistics issued by the world'sbest sugar author
ities sjiow that the increase of the world's supply ,of raw
sugar, for the coming year amounts to twelve per cent over
the year just clpsing, or to be exact, an increase of .1,755,813
Cuba for 1911 will turn out a larger crop than th.is,year,
I by one hundred thousand tons, or more.
r The increase in the -European beet sugar crop reaches a
I figure, of tremendous proportions, almost equaling the total
! Cuban, output for 1909-10.
Whereas, .the increased production of raw sugar amounts
y to twelve per cent, the increased consumption of suganfor a
. period of twenty-eight years has averaged only four and for-
ty-sevjen hundredths; per cent.
There is not a man in the Democratic nartv who 'knows
anything about the influence of the world's sugar production
upon jthe world's price -for sugar, who does not also .know"
that a campaign.'for'doubling or materially increasing he
rate of wages on oursugar plantations during the coming
year means ruin for ninety per cent of the sugar properties
jvof this Territory.
There is not the slightest doubt that the firstdays of the
new year will see inhis Territory a radical and sweeping
readjustment of the dividendpaying policies of the sugar
plantations and it is highly probable that the number of
, plantations suspending dividends during the year 1911 will
' be larger than the number paying a profit .
That mav not sound nice tothe Democrats or to-the .stock
brokers but jt ;is;nevcrtheless1he forecast; of truthful iproba-'
bilitle). Jl ' . , 3
r-otjtne uemocrats.to nom out tne nope ot nigner wages
on the plantations in view of the coming year's outlook for
sugat1 priced,1 is worse than folly. It is absolute buncomb; it
is handing the laboring men ofHayvaii a gold;brick. :
Thi Democratic campaign, judged by its official literature,
is thclworst and most damaging to the Territory that has been
carried on since Makino and his associated thugs attempted
to cinch up the plantation laborers through the manipulation
kbf a Secret organization.
3isTo,vote the Democratic ticket this year is to vote for a
policy of industrial ruin, that is clear cut and definitely out
lined in the literature for which McCandless, .Trent, -Thayer
and their associated 'Democratic candidates and managers
Pel Rlt Montnt IS .Ho
rT Vfir, anywhete In U.S I.oo
Per Year, nnywhm n Cantd... I. Bo
Per Year Mttld,fotriKn 3m
knaves who know that-plan- -
wnu Know mat weir omciai
falsehoods, who knowthat
and are doing so deliberately.'
men who should be elevated
r.rifo nf.cnnar nnntiniianoo nf
A splendid 0-room Atot Avlthln
230 feet of tliC King street car-line,
Lot is planted ;with . large trees,, .co
coanut, alligator pears, etc. Modern
plumbing and other conveniences.
Price, $2350. -. . . .. .
Trent Trust Co,, Xtd.
Two and four-tcnth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five (
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal piece of VPerty as
to location and size (for a pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
. swimming tank and tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE
BENEFITED IF YOtf
, USE THE , ' '
. .Tho kindly feeling tliat exists among
nil licoplo of Hawaii toward tlio lato
Governor Cioghorn Is ilio best 'testi
mony of the lielpf ul life ho lived for
tlio country of Ills adoption.
Thcr'o wns a mutr whoso experience
its a innn of tlio world und his asso
ciation' with the Icadors qt a .kind'
hearted iwoplo llnblo .to ho Imiiosed
upon, placed him In it position to exert
u most powerful and salutary Inlln
enco upon tho .public affalru ot Ha
waii. Ho carried himself through
many a crisis in u manner that proved
how well he understood his oppor
tunity and tho responsibility that rest
ed upon him. Ho was nil agent of
pcaco without sacrlllco of dignity. In
tho years ot his activity ho did Ills
work .well, nud as ho fpllowed tho
tide of life to u comfortable old uro
ho occupied n most happy position
among) his fellow citizens who wcro
proud to iionor him and return his
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can secure a nice home
;in KAIMUKI at a discount pf 10
on its actual cost, owing to the fact' ' '
that the owner has left the country') 'v
and wishes us to make a quick sale.' ' ' ;
Cash or instalments. Particulars at';'
our ofllce. ' " ' -
We. have .also a, $2000 bargain pn
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
OUR JAPANESE GUESTS.
Honolulu nlwllys ' has a cordial
greeting fpr thb' ''representatives or
l ' ' L
tho Jnpuncso natlqn, und oyr pcoplo
delight to Iionor Uio men who have'
(o their credit such deeds Of valor In
tlmo of war.
As Hawaii knows (Jicin, tho Japan
ese uro first of nit 'tlio agents of pcaco
and Industrial progress. They havo
practised hcrp only tho arts of pcaco,
and by tholr Industry strongthpned
tho bonds ot commercial union that
aro constantly bringing Japan und
.America Into a closor community of
Tho olllcinl statistical records show
that during tho last year the Terri
tory of Hawaii did nearly as miicli
business with Japan as with nil other
foreign nations combined. And Amor
Ica lends nil nations In the foreign
trade of Japan.
In other words, .wo .nr.o,, especially
good friends und neighbors In h bus-
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
Chas. Chillingworth, i
A. S Kaleiopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K.'Kamanoulu,
'A. Q. Marcallino,
A. L Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Eddie 'Kane Fernandez,
John C. Lane
Robert 'W. .Shingle
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James. C. fluinn.
Honolulu Wm. 'K. Simerson.
Wafalua 0-car Cox.
Koolaunoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Kupau.
;Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L.K. Naone.
Incss way. nsd tho cordlnlllv nf lin.
iiotulu l't . . of tho real Honolulu
CAMnrtI "IB, JIass., Oct. 22.
I'la I. IE a .letter came. It was by
lliifc. . ,'.u only that Harvard BcorcUJ
a 1: to 0 victory over Ilrown to
day. Tho lltigortips wcro thoso or
Umustoln,. tho Harvard back, who
snatched u Ilrown forward piiM nftpr
tho crimson team hud been 'driven
buck '.to Its own two-yard lino In tho
Una! quarter ami, dodging tho Ilrown
bncklleld, ran tho length of thb grid
iron for a touchdown. Hnrvard also
mndo a touchdown in tho second
COM'MUUB, O., Oct. 22. Michi
gan played Ohio State u :i to 3 gamo
here today. The Held -was a trillo
slow on account of heavy ruin' Frlr
Hotli sides adhered to tho old btj'lo
footbull line plunges .nmljciiil runs.
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72, S. KING STREET-
Prices Cut in Half
To make room for new
goods, we have marked a large
line of tine
WITH 'ENVELOPES J
"TO MATCH A
at HALF TRICE. This is less
than cost to 'us, hut 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 writfng material at
a ridioulously low price,
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Order a Case from
Fountain So'da Works
RESULTS VS. PROMISES.
Editor K v o n I n g 11 u 1 1 o t In:
-In rn thn romlnir btrticirlu between
tho iiroercsslvo Hepubllciins and tho
' Whoa, Hill" Democrat!! of tills Ter
ritory, I don't think that too much
can bo said, throiiKh tho II till c-
t'l n, regarding tho political duty or
every citizen. Theru uro too many
hnlt-awalics, too piany who lot tho
privilege of BtntiiiK their preference
ttp .iiintv (inirtiilu un liv .lnfniilt. or.
Ahcn they do vote, they do so In a
Kvcry man who has n voto should
exhibit tho samo lntcrckt 111 the
coming election that Is manifested
by the candidates themselves.
Thaso lnliewarm In election mat
tors wo shall nrotmhly havo over
with us, and it does seem tnat it is
labor lost In endeavors to bring them
to a sonso of their duty.
Taking all of this Into consldora
tlnn whv Khmilil thn voter who bo-
Stows vefy little attention upon pol.
Itlcs turn aiJ,do from tho man who
la at present tho Delegate to Wash
ington nnd Is up for reelection, io
tho support of any cundldnto In op
position? Then) may bo wmio who (ttuld
do us well as Kuhlo, but who could
do better when his record Is looked
over? Ho has been tried, not only
onco, lint twice and more, and he
has proved a mini worthy of tho
honor. .Ho has been faithful to tho
triiBt, that has been reposed In him,
jMi wLintMjy 4K
and his wholo career ns n public
servant of tho Territory can be
summed up In tho Flaug phrase,
Kuhlo is entitled to u continuance
In tho billco which lie now holrtu and
should have u dccislvo majority In
the coming election, und if ull men
who think that tho Territory has
been well taken rare of by tho pres
ent Delegate to Washington will say
so on the eighth of this month, by
cnftlng n voto for him, lie will come
nut of the light with nmnjnrlty of
the old-fashioned style that will en
courage him to do bigger nnd better
things for tho Territory than he lias
done lu the past.
Sold on time
When you voto for a man who hnu
Iho welfare of tho Territory at heart.
Instead of for one who Is nursing
KClllvli unds, yilu got closer to 'tho
principles of Lincoln, (I rant, Garfield
und McKlnley. A VOTKll.
November 1, 1910. ,
Soap-Box Jester Talks About
Something He Knows ,
Onco more tho soap-box mallhlnt
cut loose today and, being annoyed at
sonm remark Ihat.wuB printed in tho
II ul lot in, begun to rovllo that pa
per. Tho lllllo follow attracted tho
same old crowd that enjoys seeing n
man mnko u spectarlo of himself. Tio
sawed-orf Individual wandorcd Into
stories about thoTur "It land whern
weeping niolhors aro supposed to bo
awaiting tho return of their sons, who
uro held In bondugo by tho sugar bar
ons. Tho picture iiiuii got quite eloquent
on tho subjeft and, It ho only know
how to speak tho English language,
sliino of his dopo Would ho worth
printing In the Domocrat.
Tlio town fool was, In nllMidanco,
and ho brought choers by nsklng Iho
niiillhlnt whoro nil tho things ho was
relating, took placo. After u general
talk about hlmtsplf und his great fier
yjecs during tho 8au Francisco disas
ter, tho hornnd Ilrya'n In his own esti
mation got down from his perch, 'and'
soma ono who knows something ot
local conditions look the stand,
A gang of laborers and tramps en
gaged In a fatal battle near Sacra
mento, Cal., recently. Two much
wlno started the trouble Onn mnn
was Injured so badly that he died.
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