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NOVEMBER 3, 1910
, Make yourself an honest man, and then you may bo sure
there is ono less tascal in the world. Carlyle.
THOSE DELINQUENT TAXES.
Boss McCandless has inteiested himself in the delinquent
iaxes of Delegate Kuhio,
i Having his attention centered so positively in one directoin,
it is perhaps hardly more than natural that lie should forget
any recoid of his own in connection with tax delinquencies.
But the tax assessor of the district made famous by Boss
McCandless1 operations gives the information that Boss Mc
Caiidless as succesor to a poor Hawaiian is on the delinquent
As the public understands the financial strength of the
,two men, there is much less excuse for Boss McCandless
being delinquent in taxes to the amount of five hundred dol
lars, than there would be for Delegate Kuhio to be delinquent
Boss McCandless is credited with being possessed of sev
eral hundred thousand dollars worth of property.
Delegate Kuhio is by no means a man of wealth nor has he
Boss McCandless may make the point tjiat as a member
pf a land hui in Waikane there is no reason why he should
pay his taxes if the other members of the hui do not pay
If he should make this claim, it would seem reasonable
that a philanthropist like Boss McCandless who can afford
to pay for the meal tickets of de'egates to his convention
should also be able and willing to advance the taxes for the
other members of, the hui and hand the tax receipt over to his
delinquent assocfates, as an expression of his aloha for the
Hawaifans and of his desire to assist the poor Hawaiian to
get AND HOLD a piece of land.
Having failed to do this, it is impossible that Boss Mc
Candless should be classed as either a philanthropist, or the
great ifriend, of 'the poor man that he represents himself.
Taking Delegate Kuhio at the estimate that Boss Mc
Candless would have the people place upon him, Kuhio!s
delinquencies would not make a patch on those of the Dem
If Delegate Kuhio's taxes in some instances are delin
quent, it is certain that Kuhio is not allowing his taxes to re
main delinquent while he is pouring out his money by the
barrel to get himself nominated and elected to Congress.
That is what the Boss appears to be' doing.
If you nro a trim American you will
help vote tlon n Uoss-rulo.
l wliairiuail aikiiibuii imikhi ti.su bi-uu
; n cable to tlio President that ull'H well
i Voto down European Immigration
and you voto Hawaii Into Government
by Commission as cure at Fate.
--. I'epplo who lielleve III tho progres
sive development of our public
. (iclioola1 will oto their Republican
J llckot itralght.
i Aici;unuinss, irent nnu innyer nro
, linked together with tho Indissoluble
'jftlcs of political htincomb contained In
A .'tho platform of tho Hoss.
Straight rtopubllcanlcm represents
Civic Itlghteousness this year.
Always bear In mind that tho In
evitable end of iloss rule Is rnlo by
What has Iloss McCandless ever
dono to raise wages, except urgo that
the othor fellow tmould do It?
Straight Republican voting will
bring straight public business for tho
benefit of tho people, as against the
If you nro a progrcsBlvo man you
will bo found with tho Itepubllcans.
Tho Democratic policy Is retrogres
sive) In every feature.
', Nothing can stop tho poplo com
bing tojlnwnll this winter. They have
Jnindo, up their iuIiicIb and will soon
bo on their way.
ii Every additional regiment ordered
Ho tho Island of Oahti Is a now guar-
i nnteo; of one hundred thousand pop-
Si'ulntlont In Honolulu by 1915 or bo-
i This city Is naturally Republican.
ffAll you bate to Jo is voto'your ticket
T straight nnd thercsu1ts will ba the
best sot of offlclnls and tho best gov
ernment Honolulu has ever enjoyed,
"A IJnwnllan-Ilorn Chinese" who
ii went to tho expense of n special de-
jjllvory for his communication Is ro-
pmlndeii that this paper does not print
communications of anonymous auth-
L'yAnyono having tho sincere Aloha
,. for tlie Hawaiian people claimed by
' Iloss McCundloss would certainly bo
fc ( expected to not only pay nny dolln-
I quent taxes of,.hl"., ovfP but thoso of
ft, Jils hut associates
ma v. r
Judging from tho olllclal lltoraturo
of tho Democrats, Mnklno nnd Mc
Candless are of tho name mind, re
garding the sugar planters and wages:
paid by them.
When you voto for tho Republican
candidates you are assisting In over
throwing tho originators of u system'
of government by secret political
Let them buy up all tho runners
they please, they can't prevent tho
election of John Lnno us tho next
Mayor of Honolulu, nor head off tho
straight Republican ticket
William Kent, the Republican cnn
dlilate for Congress from the Second
District of California, gives us one of
his personal political planks: "The
revision of our Immigration luws to
tho exclusion of all undesirable Im
migrants and nil who cannot bo us
slmllated Into our democracy. We
must exclude Asiatics or forfeit the
future of tho I'acldc Coast us thd
homo of democratic opportunity,"
How far do you think Kent would get
S V .,-
HOMES FOR SALE
A nit f C-ronm house. Three bed
looms, modern plumbing and
other com ententes; fruit trees
In jnrd . . , I'rlco S.28UU
A 0 room, 2-hcdioom house;
thoroughly modern, neat and
attractive; shadn ti cos, etc.
Home on Knlnknua nvenuc, on
ear line; large ynril; toronnut
trees and climbs on grounds.
...... Price $2r.ou
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
I S ,
Two and four-tenth acres,
Nuuonu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal piece of property as
to location and size for n pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank and , tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE
BENEFITED IF YOU
toward Congress If ho wcro to op
pose Kuropcun Immigration? And
what would Americans think of tho
electorate of Hawaii, If It should elect
n majority of the candidates going bo
fore the peoplo In opposition to Eu
I'd Pollltz says he can't believe tho
Democrats would over try to do what
they promise. Thufs ono of tho best
reasons why they should not bo vot
ed for. Irresponsible In their prom
ises they are bound to bo Irrespons
ible In their performance.
Don't forget that tho move of tho
Democratic purty to buvo Its bold on
tho city government of Honolulu Is
merely for the purpose of building
up a machlno with which to pull Mc
Candless and his uiitl-lmmlgrutlou
scheme Into power two yenrs henco.
S"For Rent" cirri, on cats at
th. Bulletin- office. "
(Continued from Pace 1.)
lauhea, V. 0. Smith, Admiral Cor
"wln V. Ilees, i:, I. Spalding nnd
Definite arrangements have not
lioen mndd as jet for tho funcrnl
procession, but the Territorial mlll
tnry service will ho represented and
possibly both the military and naval
establishments of the United State.
The local Masons will be In line,
nnd representatives of tho I'cderul
and Territorial governments, ns well
', ns other bodies, which will lu this
way pay a last tribute to tho do
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will ho
prominent In tho prncesilon from tho
church to the grave, nnd tho at-
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can secure a nice home
in KAIMUKI at a discount of 10
,on its actual cort, owing- to the fact
that thei owner has left the country
and wishes us to make a quick sale.
Cash or instalments. Particulars at
our ofllcc. . ,
1 ' ' i
We have also a $2000 Bargain on
Kalakaua avenue. .
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
A. F. JUdd,
A. S. Kaleiopu.
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. M ahoc.
John C Lane
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalailokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. 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
wa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
for Infants a n'd 'Chi I d r e n .
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
rAiTKlA lias met with pronounced favor on tho part of physician's,
pharmlMi.Utlral societies and medical aullinrlllcj. It.1 ujetl by physician
with results mosV rutlfyln. Tho extended use of Castoria Is unquestionably tlio
result of 'Jiree facts : lit, The liulliputublo evidence that It li harmless 3ud
That It not cniy allays stomach pain and qnleti tho nerves, but ninlmllntes'U).
lpods 3rd, It Man nfrocable and porfectimbjtltuW for castor oil. It Is absolutely
afe. It does not contain any opium, morphine, or othor narcotic, and docs not
stupefy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, Ilutomaa's Drops, ClodfrcyM Cordial, etc.
This Is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, Is to cxKse
danger and record tlio means of advancing health. The'day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or ignorance ought to end. To cir knowledge, Ciis
oria li a remedy which produces composure nud health, by rt-gulaliug the
iv.tem not by stupefying It and our readers aro entitled to'the iuformutlon.
tialTs Journal of Utalth.
lour Caitorlt atanda flrat In III claii. In my
t. rt) year ot pracUc Icaaiayl barer hart found
ujUdag UuU k filled tl place." ,
M VflUMU lllLHOBT, M. D.,
" I bar aaed four CaatorU In the cue of my own
baby and and It )!eaaant to take, and bare obtained
excellent reaolu from Ita cm."
8. A. BccnimF, M. D.,
M I tain rjcunrt In recomme ndltc your Cantorlal
barlnf recommended Ita nee in many Jnetanrca, and
7" sJUfJ--' ertrnncts Rf-niilrj
conelder It .the beat laiatlvo tint could be need,
Itimumi K. tin, M. D St. Loula, Mo.
"I Iutii rd ynnr Caitnrli and ourd It a
eire)lrnt.rcuinly In myv Iji'imbold act prlr.te
lactlci) for many year, . IWonuulaJe excellent "
li. J. Tact, II. I) ,
Ilruollya, N. T.
fn 'Use, For Over 30, Years.
!'I find your Cwtorla to bo' a aandard f.mllr
remedy. It la tbe beet tblng for lnfanU and cblb
dren I bare ever known and I recommend it."
K. K. KxiLDeoH, M. I)., ,
. . , Omaha, Neb.
,1 t "i
"ITarme dnrlng the pit fir years preacrlbedyonr,
Ca.torla for IntanUle afomVh dlaordera, I meet
hc-arujly commend Ita.DaojrQ rraula conUvlua,
notblnc Jetetcrloua to tbo moet delicate of children.1'
J. B. iUJorr.ll.D.. Ken ToikClur.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.) .
teniLinrn li pvtinrtf.i1 In tin nun tt
the larRoM ef nny funeral held In!
Honolulu out years.
Republicans and Democrats
Strive for.Holdincj Aala
Thoro'll bo a buttle roynl lit
which verbal bou mots will conspic
uously llguro on next Monday even
ing, Aula l'nrk being tho scene of
strife between Republican and Dem
Tho right to first chanco to usp
of tho public playground was. not
settled at noon today, nlthough seveji
supervisors sat In solemn session anil
attempted to unravel the tangle con
cerning who should have" the right
of way on tho evo of election.
l'Tvo Iiopublican city fathers voL
ed to grout tho use of Aala l'ark
to the spellbinders .of. 0, ptlP. faith,
, j s w j n - i ; is r
t ' i' i-r i
Sold on time
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS JI0N01.UIU, T. H.
Prices Cut in Half
To mako room for new
goods, we have marked a large
line of fine
at HAIP PRICE. ,Thh it less
. than cost to us, hut we need
the room. This paper ii sold
in box lots of 120 sheets only.
We do not break the boxes.
A good opportunity to get
some fine wrifug materiAl at
a ridiculously lowtprice,
H. F. Wicliman
& Co.. Ltd.,
MrClellnn, the lonesome representa
tive of tho 0 rent Untcrrllled In tho
board, contended that tho Demo
cratic petition had been presented
before the major prior to that com
ing from John Wise, fciircbcntlng
Chairman ltlvcnburgh filed his pe
tition with Mayor Kent on the fifth
of last October.
The Democrats lost tho day when
a voto was taken, but Mayor FVrn
announced that ho wns of tho opin
ion that the poittbnl party to so
euro the light to tho bnndetnml
thero would bo the oiiq who had Its
representatives first upon tho n;ono.
This suggestion opens up i possi
bility of n delegation of Democrats
taking up a lonely but determined
vigil at Anln Park from today, nnd
thereby holding their place at tho
much-coveted Ftond through the em
ployment of four-hour shifts.
At the sumo meeting tho supervis
ors granted tho managers of the Ho
puhltran party tlio use of tlio Ter
ritorial linnd for tho evening boforo
The Democrats may draw upon tho
services of tho brass bands connect
ed with tho Gorman and Japanese
training ships now at the port, pro
vided that the combined ".iuslcnl or.
ganlzntlons will guarantee to mal.o
sumclcnt llolso to offset the hrnnd
of music emanating from Horr ller
ger's tried and picked men.
A loss of $100,000 was caused by
tho overflowing of n creek near West
Torre Haute, Ind., when tho kilns of
tho Atnerlcan Druln Tile company
CAMP NO. 2
Rotten Stairway Carries Away
When Man Tries to
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KINO STREET
StiLi.., ,JJA)0MtJjMiilliiiti.r. SyfMri,! ii.'A. ''Ask.-.h.a.u. ..JK.iy.fr.to,. LHii'LLMi
This nfternoon at ono o'clock a hur
ry up call was neiit to (ho police sta
tion for tho nmhulanco wagon. Tho
call camo from Camp 2, Vlnoynrd
street, and tho lollco lost no time
getting to tho place. Upon arrival
thero they found that n colored tuaii
named Oeorgo Knqg had boon Injured
through falling from a stntrenso.
It appears that tho man started to
descend to tho yard .by tho stnlrway
and, vthen halt way down, tho steps
carried away nnd ho was thrown to
tho ground. Tho stairs woro broken
off hnlf wny up, and tlio lower part
remained Intact. Tho wooden steps
v,ero lotted .away, and (ho heavy rains
of last lifglit did tho rest.
Tho police picked tho man up; ho
wns siiffeilng' from n sprained ankle
and n ehnck to tho system. Tints re
fused to go to tho hospital, and was
treated at the camp.
Tho. pollco offlcers had n narrow
escape In another part of tho camp
building; tliqy had ascended to Ross'
room nnd In returning suddenly folt
tho stairway bpaklng. Tho officers
had lust tlmo io Jump to safety whon
tjio old ilckoty concern wohhjcij about.
It Is said that tho place belongs to
Theodore Hlchards. who rented It to a
Chlneso named On, Tal.
Inter-Island and 0. 11. & li. Shipping
books for snlo at tho Uullotin
oince, DOc each, . ,
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