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NOVEMBER 4. 1910
FRIDAY .. .
If the Democrats of the mainland supported the platform
of the local Democrats there would have been mainland Dem
ocrats down here to assist in the campaign.
The man who shoots to protect the integrity of his home
committs no crime against good morals. And Honolulu is
not lacking the need for lessons of this character.
Vote your Republican ticket straight. Placing city and
county Democrats in office merely means assisting in the
recognized plans now laid for electing McCandlcss two
There is no doubt about issues now before the people. A
vote for the Democracy is a vote that will seriously threaten
the future of Hawaii, industrially and its privileges as a self
governing Territory. A Republican vote is a vote for progress.
DEMOCRATIC APPEALS AN EXCUSE.
Nearly all the last words have been said in the political
All that can be dignified under the name of policies has
been fully set forth before the people for them to pass as
calm a judgment as is possible in the enthusiasm of a cam
The net result is that the Democratic partisans have been
put upon the defensive all along the line. Starting out to
attack the Republicans, the Democrats, bossed, and finally
disorganized and fighting among themselves, find them
selves distressed and willing to save what little they may
It could not be otherwise as the Democrats, led or driven
by a Boss, have seen fit to center their attack on. the very
vitals of Hawaii's prosperity, and to THREATEN THE INTEG
RITY OF ITS FUTURE AS A SELF GOVERNING TERRITORY.
This is the plan of the opposition party if that party has
any plan. And if it has none, then the party is so Weak
and vascillating as to be undeserving the trust and corjr
fidbnee of the people. A parly that cannot govern itself is
nojorganization on which to place the responsibility of repre
senting the people.
Apparently unable to say enough that was mean on the
stump, the official campaign literature issued jby the Demo
crats has been in tone and in word a repetition of the sent..-,
mqnts issued by the Japanese strike leaders of a year and
mpre ago. It has out-Makinoed Makino.
If the neople of this Territory and particularly the people
ofithc city of Honolulu, should go on record as .supporting the
political organization that is responsible for the utterances
of ithe official .Democratic campaign literature, the friends
anti well wishers of the mainland would be indeed satisfied
th&t the citizens of these islands are in no state of mind to
bejtrusted with the responsibilities of self governmept.
There is no middle ground on the issues that have been
created by the reckless utterances of the Democracy in this
It is impossible under the present conditions to pick out
individual men on the Democratic ticket and say "He is all
rigbt." That individual must lack one of the essential charr
acteristics of honorable and trustworthy citizenship the
coiirage to declare his opposition to the vicious and, damag
ing declarations made by his party. His silence has given
consent, if nothing more. He is either for or against the
utterances of the Democratic campaign literature, that
brjmd our leaders of industry as the drivers of ill-paid
slaves and the rest o fthe community an aggregation of
.There is no manhood in the man who listens to an insult
launched upan a whole community and says to his friends
on the quiet, "You know I don't believe in that." What sort
ofa THING is he, if he remains as an associate and active
supporter of the men makingthat talk, and paying to circu
late it throughout the community.
Among the intelligent men of Honolulu, the only clairn.that
individual Democratic candidates arc' making to preferment
is an excuse for the platform, an excuse for the other men
on) th eticket, and an excuse for the general attack that is
be)ng made in the name of the Democracy on the future
prpsperity of these islands.
(Under such circumstances, the intelligent voter has no
good excuse for failure to vote the straight Republican
i The Republican candidates and the Republican party as a
wtiole have no apologies to make. They appeal to the patri
otic voter on the record of Republican achievement, pro
in progressive iiuiiiuvunnjiu is wnai you want lor me cny
Honolulu and the Territory of Hawaii, you must Vote your
Republican 'ticket straight.
HOMES FOR SALE
A iilco (i-riHm limine Three lied,
looms, inoilcrii iilumliliiR niul
other ronwiiluiircB, fruit trcca
In J.iril . . . I'rlce SL'sno
uimtyru, neat mid
Hlistdo trccH, etc
. . l'rlco 2UUU
lltitnc on KiiltiKmia memic, oil
cur lino; liirmi .lanl; cocoatiut
trees nnd ulirubs on grounds.
Trent Trustf Go., , Ltd
Two and four-tcnth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal piece of property as
to location nnd size for a pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank i and tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. i
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A..F.Judtl. ' WkwkmSKUMlkmM
I Order a Case froni
I Fountain Soda Works
'YOUR BUSINESS WILL RE
BENEFITED IF YOU
USE THE '
, TINS FAKED
Discovery That Last Opium
Haul Was Illegally Stamped
in Unjted States.
It liau been found by examination
that the labels on the opium seized
in tho box nt tho express iiflko two
iI.ijb iiro a ro fuKes, nnd wcro print
ed outside n government ollke, tlnm
bIiowIiie that there Is u big piuiib-
rIIiir BChenio on in tho United Stiitcn
whero tho labels, or stunipa, uro
placed on tho tins utter their Im
portation. Gcprgp 0. (2ulld,,it paper expert,
was called in by Ulittod States At
torney IlrqcVim, this tnornliiB to ex-
amino tho St)iUius unit q'fouutl'tliut
iilthouBli tho,' stumps "jiail been var
nished over, UuJweip not of tho
a)uo paper iiHMt, tiscd on the rcg-
nilar statutist. " "' '
, When tljo law of'prjijiaO!), was
jMtscu,, mi opium men ip ,ine coun
try va8ta;ninil by tho government,
and any oiiluni brought Tnco . that
tiiup has no government stump upon
It. This Is u pl.iUr oviilqntfT of !
siiiuggllng, nlid (ill sufli oulttlf found
Is con(lt,tateiV)?t,on, jjl' '
inat tins opium which was round
licro with "Jhtf piko t'tanips opens up
u vista of vast Wibliltlcs In tho
opium BiiiuggllliR 'business In the
United States scorns evident,
Tbeio Imvo been no fuithcr ur
Tests nm , no further wlztiro I or
opluiu toduj, but developments nro
'xpectod In S.in Trancls o ut miy
i Ilicckpus (.ablcd thcio )eitcrday
tho names of tho persons who ex
ported opium to IlonobaUi, and It Is
expected that tlicy vvllj ho pla":ed
jtuidcf arrestt it any, moment.
Rea) Estate for Sale
Someone can secure a nice home
in KAIMUKI,at a discount of 10 '
on its actual cost, owing to the fact t
that the owner lias left the country
and wishes us to make a quick sale.
Cash or instalments, Particulars at
We havealso a $2000 bargain on
V Ti irJitt flu ,lW 4
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
lohn Ki Kamanoulu,
A. Qi Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer
' S. P. Corrca, .
Eddie, Kane Fernandez,
S. Kr M ahoc.
I CITY CLERK.
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 O-fiflr Hnv.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
waianae J. K. Kupau.
Ew,a John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K.i Naone.
islaf;; .fruit co.,
Cable ndvlro In regard to tho'fnUo
Etninns oil tho onlnni foiim! linrn
goerf forwurd by cablo today, nnd do-
voiupmoms tuong tuut "no may
tonio ut any time,
Voters who were out of tho Terri
tory or sick during tho period of reg
istration may obtain forms fur nlllda
vlts ut tho Itcpubllciiu hcndiimiitoiu.
Such citizen') by appearing before, tho
Ho.uil of Registration may bo regis
teicil ,:uul enabled to vote ou election
day. This matter should bo attended
to promptly us this is tho Ust oppor
tunity for getting names on tho legis
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J. A. OILMAN,
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Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
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Neuinan Clook Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET NEAR MERCHANT
In .late and artistic designs, hand-toned and carved, for the
autumn demand, have just be;n reca'.vcd.
Arts and Crafts Shop,
$1 a Year
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