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JiVRNIKM IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. II, TtUMDAY. NOV R, 1010
DAIIY nnd WEEKLY FubHthcd by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly isiued on Tueiday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Farrlnton, - Editor
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He that contemncth small things shall fall by little and
GOOD REPUBLICAN PROSPECT.
Honolulu is enjoying a quiet election day in the sense of
the voting proceeding without untoward incident.
One of the gratifying features of our exciting campaigns is
the fact that when it comes to the final balloting, the people
go about it without disturbing their neighbors or indulging in
viole'hTe"at the polling places. We are a very peaceful com
munity if a very excitable one. t
The forecasts of the day before election hold good up to
the hour of the balloting. According to all the rules of the
political game as worked out by experience since annexation,
the Republican ticket should be carried into office by a very
It all depends on the amount of straight voting that is done
by the Republicans, as the city of Honolulu and the island of
Oahu are normally Republican.
There have been petty tricks played by the Democrats in
the last twenty-four hours, but these are so childish that only
the weak-minded voters could be swayed, and only a very
few. votes influenced.
The Republicans are moving forward well organized and
confident. The people are making the decision between Re
publican progress and Democratic retrogression thai threat
ens Government by Commission.
No election ever held has been more vital to the future of
the 'Territory as a self-governing commonwealth moving to
ward the honor and, dignity, of statehood..
WHERE TOUJHOULD BUY,
No word appeals more strongly to
the ncrngo person than loyalty. Wo
nil loio to lie spoken ot as loyal to
famly, friends, country nnd to our
Ideals. Wo should also Include our
Tlicro Is no doubt of our sincerity
in this and wo would feel vory much
offended wcro It questioned, hut is this
loyalty always' or tho right sort; Is It
intelligent and active or Is It some
times a sentimental und pleasing fan
cy with which we dcludo ourschos?
Tho happiness of tho people, of a
city depends largely on tho prosper
ity of tho community as a whole, und
this prosperity depends lu part upon
tho amount of money circulating
thoro. Tho moro money tho people
send uwny to tho mainland for things
they tan buy from their own Honolu
lu merchants, tho poorer tho com
munity will, become. and, conversely,
tho hioro they' spend at home, tho
moro Mho place, will thrive.
Do thoso who patronize distant mall
ordoit houses while making their
lionierYntnWulil'evcr think ot the
hnrm.'rionc? If nil tho good people in
San (Francisco, for Instance, should
Ignore, tha local merchants and for
ono year buy nil their supplies in
Chicago, lluffalo and New York, thcro
wouldbo 'Tor Sale" signs on tho city
hall, tho I'ulacc, tha public library
nnd tlio Mission Tho samo principle
nppltes to all communities.
I'atronugo of homo merchants Is the
life of a city. Mall order houses that
offer attractive premiums with IiiJIf
forcnugoods, may draw- Inrgo amountB
of money which, If spent nt homo,
wouldJiclp to pay for schools, pining,
lighting und gonornl civic improve-
mentjj Outbldo business houses do not
pay any part of Honolulu's city tnxos.
IlutJ "Iltistucss Is uuslncss, some
say. vyos, but business Is moro than
that, (I Is reciprocity, und It should bo
apparent to evcryono that business
cleanup wuu moso no are worHjug
for tlw sumo local Interests ns our-
,Bclefavlll bo far moro productive of
Koou,'iuan trnume wim peopio who
aro far away, who buy nothing from
us nnd whoso only Interest In our
community Is tho amount of money
hcy can get out of It.
.Do you recall v. lion times havo been
hard "that these outside business
houses cor extended you credit to
help you acr the hard places? Will
they? Not In n thousand years It's
iifin-'ritnu,n nr nn irnntlfi. Thn Inpnl
merchants aro tho ones to whom we
must '-then turn for assistance, but
:i wo do so with good grace or
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Office, - 256
Entered at the PnatoRicc at Hooolala
u iecondla matter
NOVEMBER 8, 1010
reason unless wo support tnem in
They arc alert, Intelligent nnd pro-
crcsslc. nnd. if given tho oiinorlun.
Ity, will soil belter goods at mo same,
or lower prices, than tho mnll order
houses can or will and liclhor them
at once no express clinrgos, no long
delays, no disappointments.
Cease, then, enriching a few peopio
In whom wo havo no sort of Interest,
nt tho cost of lasting injury to our
own community. Try when at homo
In Honolulu nnd Hawaii to support
our own home business far u time.
Surely, loyalty, In this Instance,
means spend your money at home.
AMERICAN FLAG IS
BURNED BT DEMOCRATS
Democratic rowdies grossly Insulted
tho American Hag last night nt tho
Aula I'ark meeting. A small flag was
used lu decorating tho Homo Itulo
platform, and a gang of hoodlums,
jelling "Hurrah fur McCandlcssI"
made an attack on tho decorations,
Ono of tho rowdies applied his torch
to tho -Hag -hn!l irr a sooond tho na
tlonal colors wcro burning. Tho men
appeared to bo drunk und when sev
eral of tho bystnndors attempted to
Intcrfcro, thoy wcro threatened with
In another part of tho grounds, at
almost tho samo tlmo, a Mg Republi
can transparency wns torn from tho
hands of two boys by flvo Democratic
heelers and was smashed and burned.
Tho bos tried to protcct'tho banner.
but It wnB useless. Various other
acts of rowdjlsm, n'l by Dcmocrnts,
wcro reported, u was easy to seo
that thoy did not fear Intciforcnco
by tho pollco.
I SAW IT ADVERTISED.
This is getting to be one of
the most popular expressions
in everyday business Jife.
Now let that "IT" refer to
your goods. It means increas
ed selling.power. ,
Use the B u I l.e t i n and its
ten thousand readers will re
spond "I saw it advertised"
when referring to your sale,
store, or goods.
Phone 2256 and a B u 1 1 e
t i n advertising man will call
on you and quote rates.
Although the high cost of living Is
not receiving much public attention
Just nt present the man who pais tho
bills bus not forgotten It.
27 acres in high .state of cultiva
tion. House, barn, wagons, imple
ments, stock.' All &X6. bargain. ,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two and four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal piece 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.
TO YOUR FRIENDS ON THE
On Sunday Morning- the Office
Is Open From 8 to 10
(Continued from Faze 3.)
a Republican cnndldato appeared
"The straight ticket-Republican" wart
tho word that was being pjssoil
around nnd tho weight of confldencu
appeared to bo about uvenly divided
between Democrats and Republicans,
Tho Republican vote lu this precinct
can bo counted upon us being strong,
Ninth Precinct Fort and Beretanla.
Voting was early nnd heavy in thlu
precinct und tho Republican wutchorH
declared that It looked llko the Ro
publican ticket with tho possible ex
ception of Jarrett and McClellun who
resides In this precinct.
Two hundred votes had been enst
before noon, and ut tho noon hour
dozens of otprs wero brought, Jo,-hv
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can secure a nice home'
in KAIMUKI at a discount of 10 '
on its actual cost, owing- to the fact,
that the owner has left the country i
and wishes us to make a quick sale.
Cash or instalments. Particulars at
Wo have also a
FORT. AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Craft Work
Mottoes and Prints
1 ;, ,i mii mv i
automobiles to cant 'illinjr ballots. It
wns n sccno of ncJI,i(Hyun(Uind this
polling pliicciuuh both liq Republican
and Dcmocrutjc watchers iWfAc acthc
in ineir worxn ,
Tenth Preclrct Nuuanu and Bates.
The Dcmocijits mado ia iunilir of
claims In this prcclnr,t declaring
thing" werq goliy; their ,o,wii way but
from tho surface, of .things It appears
as though tho scctitlmcnt In this pro
duct was nbout cwnly divided. Vot
ing wns nenvy anil regular with n
Hwnrm of watchers and workers with
sample ballots constantly on duty.
Dili I'nclnit Kallhl I'miiplng Mil
This is a Republican precinct ac
cording to the runners of tho Re
publican and Democratic workers,
Out or -ISO Mites, 110 wcro cast at
11:30 o'clock. Tho bcntluicnt then
was Republican Tho Democrats wcro
scratching their own candidates, ac
cording to bomo of tho Democratic
$2000 bargain on
I I Kpuitn SWPUgJJ J I
Hon.,J. K. Kalanianaolc.
Cecil Brown, .
A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
lohn K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long, '
A. Q. Marcallino,
Norman Watkins, '
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
S. K. Mahoe.
John C. Lane,
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwirjht,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Wafalua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Kupau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
BUN FRUIT CO.,
72,. KINO STREET
it appeared that thorn mm umnn
difference of opinion among thorn and
nence mo trouble.
Sol Mahelona, tho Republican
wutch-dug. assisted bv Col Kiinx nnil
other good Republican runnois, wcro
curciully guarding tho Interest of tho
O. O. 1 Jarrott's men. consisting of
Pollco Captain Knlmlcuuhu, Olllccrs
Oloson and Kulhirwero thero albo,
trying, their loud best to swing the
votors to support tho Democratic
candidates. They wero in civilian
luih 1'rcrliict Kiilllilniirua .School.
Tho conernl romurlcH nf tin, wttnru
nt 11:13 this morning wcro In favor
of tho Republican ticket. Vory fow
runners of tho Democrats wore pres
ent. Out of t!S0 votes, 137 wero cast
at 11:13 u. in. ,
Mill l'mliul-rl'.ilaaM ,eur' Asjluui
' Road. v u ufjg
This Is a Domncrnllc Htrnni'lmlil .
in cording to the runners of all ,par-
iifs. jwuyur roru lives in mis pro
duct, anil, Judging from tho Indlcu-
Prices Gut in Half
To make room for new
goods, we have marked a large1
lin0 of fine
at HALF PRICE. This is less
than cost to us, but we need1
the room. This paper is sold'
in bpx lots;of 120(sheets only.
We do mot 'break the,, boxes.
A good opportunity to 'ger'
some fine writ ng material at
a ridiculously low price.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
To harmonic with tho handsome costumes worn
by the ladles this season.
SATIN AND VELVET E00TWEA11 IS FASHION'S
LATEST DEMAND. THERE ARE NO RICHER,
DAINTIER OR HIOHER-TONED MATERIALS.
You will bo surprised nt tho i:i.i:OANT nnd I3X
CUISlVi: STYLUS wo are showing tills season lu
SATINS and VKLVUTS.
PUMPS IN NEW
The finest variety of
livening Slippers ever
nbscmblcd. Newest nnd
best styles In every ma
terial, Including stub
by short-vamp velvets.
I'rlco us low ns $4.
tlous ut 11.35 this morning, It seemed
that tho Democrats wilt get a small
majority of Sotcs
Tho Republican runners claimed
tills morning, howocr, that before tho
ballotH -have been cast the Republican
ticket will poll high. At 11:35 u. m.
1C0 ofcs were cast out of a total of I
1'Jlli I'rrclnct .School mid I.llllui
hi feel". . .
This Is a Republican precinct. Tlio
Republican runners wcro wido awake
in their work, mid It was evident this
morning that tha Republican candi
dates will nil receive' mnjorltlcs.
Thoro was only ono Democratic run
nor. 13th l'rcilurl Kuaklnl anil iiiiiiiiu
This Is u Republican precinct. Most
of tho early votes wero for tho Re
publican ticket. Hero also tho Dcm
ocrnts wero conspicuously absent
from tho booth.
Mill 1'rccliict Vim1) nrd mid llhtr
At 11:40 a. m. 170 o(es wero cast
out of 499. I'ostmustcr l'ratt was In
tho line, waiting for his chutico to
7rist his vote. The Republicans wcro
leading at Iho time.
I .'.III rrtilurl Aula I'ark.
From all indications, It Is almost
tafo to predict that tho Republicans
will poll tho majority in this precinct.
Roth Cathcart and Thajcr, candidates
for tho office of County Attorney, wcie
working ln.ro this morning. At that
time 96 vntos wero cast out of 253.
High Sheriff Henry and other Re
publican leaders wcro among tho
spectators hero this forenoon.
"Tho Republican candidates will
certainly win hero," said Captain Holl,
ono of tho Republican runners.
The upper floor of tho Mclutyro
bulldjng presented n ery desorted ap
prnrnnco during tho greater portion of
tho dny desplto tho fact that word
had been passed along tha lino that
tho CJty and County of Honolulu was
officially "open for business."
Tho silence und loneliness pervad
ing tho Major's ofllco was likened to
that of a well-ordered und regulated
A few stragglors wandered Into the
olllco of County Attnrnoy Cntbcait or
tho prhnte dens of his deputies, Mil-
orton und Drown.
engineer Ouy Oero was nway on
street business most of tho day.
Thoso who desired olthcr building
or plumbing permits had no dllllculty
In getting what thoy wanted ut In
spector Mcllslcln's olllco.
Tho City and County Fathom will
havo to hold a regular session this
e enlng desplto tho fact that It Is elec
tion night and u (urge peiceutugo of
the body Is more or less vitally Inter-
"" - Sr
The Home of
Shoe Co., Ltd.
ostcd in tho result of .the day's battlo
with tho ballots.
Tho charter Jinnldcs that tho Hoard
must convene on thef second, Tuesday
utter tho first Monday of cnthliibtittl.--"When
tho matter camo up for set
tlement. Mayor Fern looked pcoved,
whllo his chief clerk und adviser, Rort
Rlvenburgh, actually protested over
an unkind fate.
It Is undei stood that If "Jim" Quluu
can bo cornllid for sulllclcnt tlmo to.
climb tho stairs ut tho Mclutyro build
ing und enter the meeting place of tho
Supervisors, a clerk will bo present
to record the fact, u meeting of tho
minority will htio been held, and then
adjourned to another' and more favor
able date. ' " . a
Quinn has promised that ho will not
attempt to pass another paving ord
inance during tho absence of his col
leagues. THOUSAND UP "
".luck" Scully, Munagcr of tho new
Snoy Theatre had ono thousand dol
lars In his possession this morning and
wns looking for u lliinnclnl enthusiast
of tho Demociut persuasion who
would hack Richard Trent for n simi
lar amount or oven a portion thereof.
Scully found nit Inkors ut noon to
day though ho had hopes of landing
sonio member of tho (licat Unforti
fied pnity who would bo willing In
back his cnnlctltm that Trent might
come under tho who as City and
County Tioasurcr. by tho display ot
cburiigeoiis coin of tho realm,
KIo hundred dollars of good Ame
rican coin was sicking a taker this
morning from tho John Lnuo camp.
Tho Kern backers fulled to connoct
with any part of tho amount at ono
Mr. Marsolls Clark i'arsons, prosl-
dont of tho l'arsons Trudlng Company
of Now York City, Is u passenger on '
tho Zealftndla, returning, wlh Ills fuin
lly from n tour nround' Uio world.
Mr. Pnrsons visltl'd the city of Ho
nolulu eighteen years ngo and tho
clmngos ho noted ottlilgnrfharthlil
morning can be iydl iiridyriitdodlhy,
'tho peopio who'tiuvo' ielinifdll jhf
city that long. ,
"It inukos mo swell with prldo for
what tho Americans havo dono In this
town Blnco I was hero Inst," bald Mr.
rnrsons this morning In speaking of
Honolulu then and now. "This Is il
splendid Anmrlcnii city. Klghteen
yenra ngo It wns In a condition that
recalled Suvn, where we stopped n
few days ngo. Now It Is a hustling
Ameilcnu city. I wish my plans wero
such thut I might iciualu longer,"
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