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r.VKNINtl llltl.t.KTIN, HONOLULU, T II SAIIUPAY. NOV. b, 1910
E V ENING B ULI.ETIN
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
'At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each .week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Parrlnjjton, - editor
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Sattrtd it Itae Poalnrtict tl Hnuonta
u teccnd-claM irttler.
Truth is the source of every good to gods and men. He
who expects to bo pleased and foitunate in this world should
bo a partaker of it from the earliest moment of his life.
REPUBLICANISM SHOULD WIN.
Republicans with their progressive policies have the retro
gressive and disaster-preaching Democrats- on the run at
every point of the political game.
Republicans are "United as they have never been before.
Republicans have with them the business men, the work
ing men, the men who make specialties of theoretical civic
morals and honest practical politics.
Republicans stand for that which is right and worth while
in the administration, of the local government.
Every indication is that the Republicans will make a clean
sweep on election day, but they will do this only through the
natural Republicans of this city, who are easily in the major
ity, voting their Republican ticket straight.
Republicanism has stood for progressive government, and
it is responsible for the steady advance of popular govern
ment throughout the Territory. Republicanism faces the
present issues of the day with courage and ability.
Republicanism should receive a splendid endorsement from
the people, and we believe it will.
KILL THE MOSQUITOES:
Kill the mosquitoes and the
the slightest alarm over the proximity and closer relations
with the yellow tever ports of central America.
The people of this city know exactly what to do.
The only question is whether they will take hold of the
mosquito campaign in a manner that accepts no such word
as fail, or a partial success.
Havana wiped out the mosquitoes. The Panama canal
zone has been practically freed of mosquitoes. Americans
did it. ' '
Can it be that the city of Honolulu that boasts of its great
achievements is to be the only city within or near the trop
ics in which the mosquito will come off best.
When Honolulu makes 'up its mind it usually gets results.
Honolulu should make up its mind that the mosquito must
FEAR OF DEATH
(Continued from'Page 1.)
It Is known thut ho persisted In fol
lowing tho other man's wife every
where. hen seen by Chief of Detectives
McDuftle jesterdSy, Driver said: "I
expected some troubli) for a long
time past." Driver has constantly
becn seen in the company of Mrs.
The, (principal vjlctlm In yestei
da)'a shooting' affair Is doing as well
as can be expected. This morning
McQuald was resting easily, and no
attempt at an operation was made.
The doctors decided thut unless
tome great change took place, no
operation would be performed today.
The bullet thut ponetruted Mc
Quaid's lung has not et been lo
cated. Tho wounded man's temper
ature Is about!.' normal and unless
very unfavorable sjmptoms set In
he has a fighting clianco for his
Mrs. McQuald culled to see hor
husband, but was denied admittance.
She did not neo Driver, its he Is In
custody Police Offlcor I'eter kuhed,
Is keeping close watcTi on Driver,
and the man who attempted to kill
McQuald, when tho latter was de
fenseless, Is never out of the sight
of tho officer.
Tho two young daughters of the
McQuald's are with their grand
mother, and they hardly reall7e the
tragedy that has come Into their
Driver sent a wireless to his fa
ther yesterday, and It Is expected
that the futher will natch tho Wll-
,helmlna at Hllo and airlve In Ho
nolulu on Monday, i up wnoie, mat
ter vllj lie "investigated ns hdon ns
McQuId Is strong enough to tell his
story. He Is conscious now, but
fef Sit MonlM.. .
Per Year, loywheic Id U S t.oo
Pei Year anywhere n Canada. I.Mo
Per Year inpatd, foreign ., a.cM
NOVEMBER 5, 19J0
city of Honolulu need not feel
very weak at presont. Dilfci's ton
4lltloii Is nut thuuRht to bo very
rcrlous, although the bullet went
very close to his 1,lducys'
McQuald ami his wife had many
Una. Somo time ago McQuald, m:.
cording to reports, took to drinking
heavily, and It Is thought Unit his
brnln was affected by the worry nnd
the stlmuljis of liquor.
Fourteen I'lllplnos w)io hud been
given, transportation from tho lli II ,
Ipplnes to Hongkong, and hud bcon
instructed to take passago by tho
Japanese liner Nippon JIaru for Ho I
nolulu, fulled to connect with thut
vessel nt the Chinese port, I
However, ninety-one llttlo brown
brothers arrived nt tho I'aradlso of
the Paclll- this morning, and tho
gangway had hardly touehed tho
whnrf beforo they woro ready to go
ashore, carrying an assorted collec
tion of poisonal and household -effects.
Included In tho party of rillpluos
nro a very small porcontago of wo
men and children. Out of a total
of ninety-one, but nlno are womou
and six children.
The newly-nrrhod natives or
Uncle Sam's farthest possession will
take up work on tho virions Islnnd
sugar estates and plantations Thoy
were quickly transferred to tho Ha
waiian Sugar I'lnnteis' headquar
ters, nnd from there will he nsslgnod
to tlieli future Held of labor. .
V.ery girl owes It to hersolf to bo
good looking but some girls hid un
able to pay.
A spinster says n man under n wo
man's thumb beats two In n breach-of-promlse
HOMES FOR SALE
1 . A nlculfi-room hoiife, Three bed
, 1 rooms; nmderu plumbing Arid
' ntlicr loiiYcn'Ibiiics;' fruit llces
V In Jiinl ..." WltM IL'SAo
Mnkiki District '
A ! room,
lliimc mi KnliiKmui ncnuo, n
car lino; large yuld; Kh oaimt
trees unit shrubs on ground.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two and four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal p'ece 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.
YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE
BENEFITED IF YOU
. - USE THE
Have Obtained Land at Lei
lehua for Army Res
ervation. (lenernlB Dllss and Alcshlrn )mo
denied themselves to nil visitors nt
the Young today, being busily en
gaged In winding up tho business,
that brought them to Honolulu.
'fluey rail ifor San l"rm lico this
nfternoon on tho transport Logan.
IJiJo $cetori) tho final njrroc-i
ment wns reached with tho repro-'
scntutlvcs of tho Dmvsett Hunch '
whereby IlflOO ones, or us much ofi
this amount ns Is desired by tho do '
partment, will bo turned over to It
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can secure a niceiliome
Ah KAIMUKI at a discount of 10
on Us actual cost, owiiiR to the fact ,f
' -that the owner has left the country
,aml wishes us to make a quiik sale.
..'.Cash or Instalments. Particulars' at
"f i'' .r
Wc have also a
FORT AND1 MERCilANT STREETS 'HONOLULU, T. II.
mullein, in .a jitnl
Bli.ulo trees, elr
. . l'rko J29U0
1 ? (S?.!H1iSj.' I
for the military rrscivatlim.
Ah to Just Jnlicio the permanent
post will bo located no dellnlte in
formation will ho oli till 11.1I1I0 until
after the whole mutter has been laid
beforo Secretory of War Dickinson
In Washington, with tho recommen
dations of tho ollleors. There nro
nil number nt nviillnhlo sites' op tho
reseivntlon for the permanent poht.
liver slmo the two officers have
been In Honolulu their time, hns
been fully occupied with olucl.il niiit-
tcis, and most of tho tlmo has been
spent at I.ellohlia. They woro guests
of honor nt n dinner given by Chief
Justlio llnrtel of tho Supremo
Couit at his homo liiBt e.enlng, this
being their only relaxation nlong so.
rial lines slmo they hate been In
Tho plumber .ri n lot of money
by being ubto to do his own repair
The now woman Is all rlghP at tho
ago of IS
$2000 bargain on
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
A. F. Jucld,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcalli.no,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Corrca,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
S. K. Mahoc.
John C. Lane
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwitjht,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simcrson,
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianac -J. K. Kupau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KING STREET
IN MUD-WASP DAYS.
By E. S. Goodhue, Holualoa, Hawaii.
Where nil good icoplo toiuo from,
In tho land or mill and imakefi,
There aio (lajs In biiinmcr when It
Wnim enough to fry hot-cakes.
In that land of doud and lightning,
Whoio the poles and tropics iuct,
You will Hud mid summer dog-d.i)s
Trimmed with su'try nights of
Then tho hojs all go In swimming,
Ami t lie girls dici up In while,
And tho time It's root, It Isn't;
In the middle of Uie night.
In ll uvull, wlii'io (lip weiltior
Docs not even lime a name,
Whnfo It's novei -'od ,1 winter
And vilicic summar" hrtho sumo,
'I hero Is nut it tilugla dog duy,
Prices Cut in Half
To make room for new
goods, we have marked n large
)ln0 of fine
at HALE PRICE. This is less
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 Dne wrib'ng material at
a ridiculously low piice.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
X&yXT ,!?! 1
THE market is
w a t e r-hcaters
selling for ten
for one minute think such a heater
will Rive you really efficient hot water
service ;' can't Jo it.
To get eficienf, luxurious hot water '
service you absolutely need a
Ruud Automatic Gas Water-Heater.
The initial cost of the Ruud is
greater than of ordinary heaters. Hut
we ask you to judge whether it is not
worth the extra cost by what it
Briefly it furnishes inexhaustible hot
water at the turn of the faucet a
tcacupful or twenty tuhfuh any minute,
night or day, to laundry, bathroom,
bedroom and kitchen. The women
like the Ruud it runs itself stands
in the basement needs no attention.
Let us show you its economy and
Honolulu Gas Co.,
Comer Alakca and BcrctnniaV
There is a big variety to select from
here, such as Children's Go-Carts,
Tricycles, Automobiles Express
Wagons, Wheelbarrows Air Rifles etc. "
Carpcnters'.Circuhtr Planes, new stock,
priced from 25c to $4.00. '
CITY HARDWARE CO.,
Cor. King and Nuuanu St.
And tho 1'iog .1 tloodlo band
Dortm't cro.ik Its mournful music
Thioiigh tho borders of tho land.
Hut. Intteid. tho imulivaspa gather
I.tkn tin, K(ittts1i (h.1K of old.
Currying through tho d.i of sum-
Tons of dirt) mud and mold,
Soiling alt ) our bonks and p.un
rilling ko) holes In tho door,
Daubing stulnctltii llgures
On the (oIllngH where the) soir
When you think you 'have
try . i, '
Pau ka Han
F. L. WALDRON,
Aivv V ftl?-ai
T--L-- g :
Willi u buying, bus) murium,
To nnd fiimi the illt h they Uy,
'I hough jou kill iilmut ,'i 'lmndrcd.
0tl,l!18 follow "icrillj.
Muiwasp i1ih. O. trjlng sencon!
Snidest tluiii uf nil the jiai'
'' -' 'n ' wlndowi on jou
j Till Novciuboi docj npiieur1
Ah u work of nit tho old-fashlonol
coiiiiti ) -cm cd ham 13 hard to licit
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