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RVRNINO lIUUiRTIN, IIONOhUhU, T II , TIII'IIHDW NOV 10,1910.
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1 O'lBuslneas, Office, - 256
An effect which I believe to be
observable more or less in every in-
l vidua! who has occupied a cw
emment position in that while he
leans on the mighty arm, of the Re
publi?, his own proper strength de
,) parts from him. Nathaniel Ha,vf
Wlmt next? Wh, b!ioi "uc), of
HooseAelt refused lo tulk Great
Scott, w hut's tho mutter wlli Theo
dore? ' California ilhl nobly, mid net u
Bplcntllil pace for the Progressives of
tho golden west
J It would huve been much better fur
' Balllngcr to tunc taken his departure
tr before the elections
t President Tuft hils gonu to I'nnn
mn Lois of bis friends and associates
. hnva taki.li 11 long trip up Suit lther
, National Issues nro shaping them
; selves regardless of parties It Is tho.
Progressive against ttad Heactlonary.
IIIr men go forward, nnd let tho put-
t)-hc.ided babies sulk by, the wayside,
K. und lay plans to stub nn enemy in the
Nexti Is Thanksgiving lit t don't
forget that Christmas Is only llvu
ISj wccks uisiani, unci no your shopping
Oiui hundred thousand tourists, one
hundred thousand Immigrations and
Honolulu for one hundred thousand
If memor) servos correctly It was
Gone Andrews who was deputized to
accomplish the defeat of John Y
According to tho returns, tho peo
ple who "ilqn't want no minor" hold
the batanco of power bclwi.cn Tarn
B- When it coipc lo serious Issues In-
fe -volylng the progress of tho Territory,
tho electorate, of Hawaii has never
, gono far w rong
Of course there wiU be a Denio-cratjc-
tariff bill In tho Sixty-Second
Congress Hut no Democratic tarlfT
law wll be passed
' Democrats have learned that their
cnuso cannot bo helped by an lrre-
)' sponsible boorollghtor urmed with u
;' i rioter's slop bucket.
Wlth,,Congrcss In'tlio hands of the
Democrats thera will bo no legisla
tion of, any particular importance by
tho Sixty-Second Congress.
Massachusetts I naturally InBurg'
ent Ilopubllcun. Hut having no In-
V: nurgcn enndidato tho Hqpubllcans
had to voto for tho Democrat.
I .a Toilette Is tho plouccr Insurgent
nnd ho HI return to tho Senate with
a popular endorsement that easily
makes Jilm the l'rcmler Insurgent.
Go ahead on tho cumpulgn tor one
hiiiWrrili thousand European lmnil
P. gruiitsij Tho peoplo hnvo given their
enaorseicm in no uncertain terms.
A, , r-j r-r
Sonujjpcople can't realize that tho
time lb) war with 111 tho Itepubllcun
party lij beforq tho conventions. A
solid plmlnnx should meet the enemy
nt tho 'polls
8plltllckot voters In tho City und
Countyyof Honolulu did soma mighty
low down work on election day, and
Increased the, burdens, for tho, honest
political workers, two years, hence
Icopnbllenu Ilosslsm pot n knock-nut,
blow In, tho prlroarlcR niyl ncmncrntle
Tosslsm re;qlved.i sohir ploxus at llio
TeriltOrJil olcctlons, If moqiic Htll
liollevc that the voters of this lei-
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NOVEMBER 10, 1910
rltory liao any use for llosscs and
Bosslsm, let him come on und get
Hero's to the, soap-box orator May
the last spasm bo final
Say good-bye tu tho Homo Ilulo
part). Tho )cur 191V marks Its com
Insurgent Republicanism won In
Hawaii. Washington nnd California
Old Kastcrn States will plcaxo tako
Oho thanks that wo hnu u. Itepubll
cun in Congress to bo on guard
ngnlnst tho follies that n Democrat
would hac Congress commit.
Uncle Joo Connon returned to Con
gress by a reduced majority will
hardly bo In u position to get minority
leadership of n Democratic House.
If all tho peoplo who say they oled
straight hud dono so, I-inc would havq
beep elected So why make a bad
matter worse by forcing them to add
falsehood to trpachcry.
noqsevtclltl got what, Is tomjng to
qrjvmun whogcts an Idea thut'hu
dan do us ho pleases wjtb, tlnj, Amcr-
-an people No leader can go further
than the moraga American will fol
low. No one will refuse our Democratic
friends their moments of happiness
nnd all Hawaii gives thanks that It Is
tho mainland elections nnd not the
local elections that gave them causa
Democrats of the city arc already
laying their plans for tho campaign
two years hence, nnd If Republicans
nro wise they will curry on a con
tinuous campaign of education nnd
If Kuwait Count) doesn't get ,i socd
road all around Hut Ills Island, tho
RepuMI'an Supervisors and the icp
resenlathes of Illg Inteusts on Hint
Iclnnd should be grilled us by tlo
llrcs of Kllauca.
Manoa InsurgcntB not only did well
In tho prlnmrjcs but led the Super
visor ticket. Thcro Isn't any doubt of
what tho peoplo think of tho work
dono by tho "Insurgent" forces of the
Third of tho,, Fourth
Somjwhcra back thcro in New
York Is our only (Jcorga Cnrter, who1
was helping pull Stlmson through, but
didn't hao time cnougli to shape
things so us to glvo them that suc
cessful Hawaiian twist.
What Is tho lending question for tho
Itepubllcun Legislature? Tho ono,
distinct definite platform promise
provision for tho public schools by
making the public schools a first
chnrge upon tho revenues of tlo Ter
ritory Opt In KulmukJ tho candidate for
Maor was also probably knlt,fd by
tho political Hcallawags who wcro
honored by being sent to the ltepuhll
can convention, and nttcr their wqrk
was dono talked against tho ktmlgul
I'rogrousho Huwulluns stepped In'
to tho front In grand stylo on Tues
day Tho victory of Hockley In Ko
liula and Koomoa In Kona was vic
tory for tho progressiva cducnted Ha
wallan-Amerlcnn of today over the
plug-hat brlgada of tho past. It Is
now iiy to tho progressive Huvyallan
Aipcrlcuns to mil.u good
Without money or organization IU1I
Coolho came within u hundroif, more
or less, votes of the man backed by
money nnd organization That provos
romnrknhlo campaigning nbllity, nnd
It In uufpriiiatn, that It should havo
been waste) on u plgOieuded strug-
gla uliuost certain tq be u failure1
Above Wilder Avenue
A HOME FOR SALE
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two and four-tcnth 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.
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TO YOUR FRIENDS ON THE
On Sunday Morninc the Office
Is Open From 8 to 10
Tho first duty of tho Itepubllcun
Iloard of SmicrvlKiirs will be to take
cup tlut the putrunugQ of .tho city Is
not used in building up stent polit
ical organizations subject to the ord
ers of a Doss. '
Among those who did tho best work
of tho campaign, number tho water
front laborers, who. when tho' wcro
shown tho deceptions practised by tho
Democrats, became aggressive light
ers for tho Republican causo and Ha-
TEAMING AQHlfULTURE IN.
Hawaii can look to Honduras for
piuctlcuj pointers lu agrlcultuiul ed
ucation for boys und girls
According to tho report of our Con
sul nt Tegucigalpa an (Amerlcui li.va
established a school In iigrlculturo ut
SlKuaUncq.no that foUowj -very much
thq fiamo plan us our industrial
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can secure a nice homo
in KAIMUKI at a discount, of 10
on its actual cost, owing- to the fact
thuti the owner has left tho country
and, wishes us to make a quick sale.
Cash or instalments. Particulars at
Wo have also a
i n, v ' ,.i '. y
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
Sf" ' I -
Mottoes and Prints
"Tho Idea," s.iya thn consul, "Is tu
tench iigrlculturo according to modern
MCthodx und to itmti) new Ideas rel
ative to tho dignity of work.
' There Is undoubtedly u demand foi
Just such Instruction Some or tho
progressive citizens of Slguntepcquo
tiro manifesting gre-at Interest In tho
progress of this school, and very fu
orublo terms have been made for leas
ing .10 ueies of ground with good
buildings Ilcsldcs, 130 acres were
obtained from the municipality, so
that the school has altogether lS'J
acres ut Its disposal Thuro will be
on tho faun u sullklent number or
cattlo and horses, und tho boys wl'!
bo taught to handle modern fin mini;
Implements roodstufTs will be i.ilso.l
for tho consumption of tho school, and
experiments will bo mndo with differ
ent grasses and wheat, which it Is be
lieved can bo successfully grown on
account of the temperate climate (i
"Whllo as jet no arrangement has
been inailo with tho Go eminent for
'similar assistance In this case, moral
$2000 bargain on
nnd iniitcrl.il aid has been promlstd,
mid if kiicIi u Kihool run glvo satlsfae
Hon there is no doubt that tho enter
prise will bo welcomed with great en
thusiasm ''Tli" chool will not be purb ui;
rlcultiiral, us tho Iiojh will havo id
met I tho requirements of the kcIioo'm
of this couiitr), nnd It Is hoped that
later on n commercial department run
also be op"i.ed
"It Is said that u number of people
III tfr United Ktat.es nro Interested In
tho Institution and that several men
of pricllcal oicporlpnco l"i0 pffrrml
their senlees, uinoiig ollnrH it weal
th) cattleman who Intends to bring
cnttle for breeding purposes At
present tho school has several imiloa
and n uiimbot of cows, plows, und u
few other Implements nnd tools "
MR. SAITO TALKS
Shows Australians the Folly
of Their Fear of
.Inp.incso Consul Snllo, who was
succeeded lu ' this city by Mr.
Ijeno, has been appointed to tho
consul.ito at Sidney, Australia. A
iceent Issue of tho Dally Mail of
October 15 gives tho following In-1
tcivlevv with tho consul, whoso unino1
Is given a spoiling peculiar to Aus
tralia. TOWNSVILU:, I'rlilay. Tho .1.
M S Yawata Mam, from tho Hast,
which arrived today, hnd on hoard
u distinguished member of tho Jnp
iiiiCEo Consular Service In tho port-on
of M. Sallow, who has been a p.
pointed Cousiil-Uciieiai for Japan In
Australia In succession to M.
Uouo Although tho hour was
(hurtly after down, nnd u bleak
wind was cutting nci.O?.s tho mil
ehornge, offering! llttlo Inducement
to tho cml) riser, tho coneul-gcn-eial
klndl) responded to a messngo
asking for nn Interview, nnd booh
appealed on de-1;.
M. Saltovv Is a man below mlddlo
height, with a slight stoop, the face
of a scholar, bright and piercing
tjpliall Oil tal ejes, tin attitude
of that poll3he courtesy learned In
tho tortuous schools of diplomacy,
mid ha speaks excellent Kng Ish. He
commenced with generalities. Ho
F.ild ho won mi hN way to Sjdnoy
to succeed M. Uono. "I under
stand," I idded, "that Sjdney Is a
oij il i place of resltVncov
both ,i i the cllmiito nnd tho
pciple ii' inesi In Japan, ho said,
v, as neve better than todn), and
Jnpin w finding thn'j she must
'o ustialla for hoi wool. Ow
ing c ihe new tariff, tho woolen
I ml ust r j was booming lu Japan, mid
fa lories wcic opening up through
out tho Miuntr). As a eoiibeniience,
the uiuket foi taw goods has iucrens.
ed enormously, mid tho market for
Australlu olfers tho very be&t pros
pects, nml itheisc must Increase ns
the trade glows. He mentioned u
leecut cable which stated that thcio
wus great untl-toclallst campaign on
tho part of tho pcoplu in conso
iucuee of tho dlscuvci) of a plot
against thq Mikado "It is cry
Etr.inge If It Is ," replied M. Sal
tow. "Of eotilbc, this ha happen
oil since I loft Toklo, hut 1 can not
bcllcvo that there was over u plot
against tho Mikado. Ho Is too be
loved by the nation."
Thcro wus tho Incvltablo Invasion
bogey question to bo made, (jilt ono
hesitates to touch uu such a subject
with it gentleman standing high In
diplomatic CJrUo ''Dp joi'J want
tu usU mo If Jap in intends coming
to AiiBtriillt,'" Impilicd M. Saltovv.
with a twlnklo lu his e.vo. This in
Prices Cut-in Half
To make room for new
goods, we have marked a large
line of fine
at HALF 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 .breajLtheboxes.
A good opportunity o get
some fine wrifr'ng material at
n ridiculously low price.
It F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
To lwrnio'il7Pvlth tho hnndsomo lustumcs worn
by tho ladles thli sc isun.
SATIN AND VELVET T00TWEAR IS TASHION'S
LATEST DEMAND. THERE ARE NO RICHER,
DAINTIER OR HIGHER-T0NED MATERIALS.
You will bo surprised ut tho HI.IKJANT nnd 13X
CI.US1VH STVI.Hj wo aro showing this eeabon lu
SATINS nnd VHIA'HTS.
PUMPS IN NEW
Tho fTncst nrloty of
livening Slippers ever
UBscmblcd. Newest and
best stjles lu every ma
terial, Including stub
by short-vamp velvets,
l'rlcc ns low ns t,
l espouse to a vaguo question remote
ly healing on tho ethics of Inva
sion. Tho Dallv Mall representa
tive cngerlj assented.
"Tho whole question of Japan In
vading Australia Is outside tho
bounds of possibility," mid the con-
Eiil-geliei.il. 'No mole Jupincse
will coino to vour countr.v, because
thcro me, ns .wm know, Korea and
I'onnosa to bo kdtled up The .Jap
anese (luv eminent is doing even
thing potslblo to Keep her subjects
ut home instead of letting them go
ut laiidom to foreign countries. It
Is to Japan's Intoicst to develop her
own colonies, nnd ut tho same tlmo
to I lie re. io tho peaceful uetlvlt)
there Tho consul general mention
ed the fa t of Japanese flshei men
coming down to Thursday Island and
the Noithcru 'lerrltorj. "1 uniler
ttand," he said, "Hint tho tow who
came down do not come from Japan.
The uro fiom theso belonging to
Hongkong und Singapore. As to lm
piovlng the lelntluns between tho
two eountilcs, tho best way Is to
luipiovo the mutual trudo lelatlons
and Incie.iso tho trade. Wo aro of
fering splendid openings for Aun
trallau trado over there, and us
trade. tin reascs wo ina hope for u
bcttei understanding. Tho fact of
the mattei Is that the two eountilcs
don't know euch other sufficient!)."
Tho consul gencrul expicssed re
gret that ho had not met Ml. Sut.
tor, tho Now South Wules Trade
Cominlssloiici, lu tho Huet, He left
Toklo whllo Mr, Suttur wus Ma) lug
In Kobe, but ho expressed uu oplii'
Ion that tho commissioner was do
ing ciy well.
M Saltovv was not ablo to Bpeah
ut length on tho Korean nucUlon,
but he undeistood that settlement
was going on ci) bmoothl) mid
ue.tecabl) With leguid to tho
Husso-Japineso rolntlons, tho con
sul-gciieral win emphatic All had
feeling eiigendeied b) tho war had
dlsappeaied, and, ho said, sinlllngl)
Wo mo nil good fellow b now. In
deed, tho leeont ontento la proof of
M. Saltovv, who wus lioin In 1857,
ejiteud tho Jupaneso foiclgn bci
vku lu Jul), i lKSTi, was eoiibul'iit
jyuigkiing until lS'JO, at Singapore
till 1805, vlco-consul ut Washing
ton till 18i8, und coiisul-goiicial at
Honolulu till taos, when ho return
ed to Japan and was appointed chief
of tho third teetlon of tho llureail
of Commerce In tho Toielgn Affairs
Department, which ho held until
July last, when he locelvcd his picB'
out appointment Ho has been dec
orated with tho sixth, llfth and
fourth classes of t)io Sacred Treas
ure for niciitorlous bcivleo.
Tho Yawata Maiu had un uiipvcut
fill M)iige Sho has fifteen Itusslan
Immigrants of n good elnss for Uils
bnnp She continued her o) igo
Wcckl) U'ullctlu $1 pir jinr.1
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TWELVE WILL s
SIT IN SENATE
(Continued from Page 1.)
election time comes around again, the
Republican party will have six hold
over Senators, an Immense advantage
at the Elurt of u campaign
On Ouliii, tho voteirt went down tho
lino for tho Republican senators.
Llnofllnal icturns show that Chiiilcy
Chlllingworth, running for tho Scn
uto, led tho Itepubltean ticket with
3891, and all of tho senatorial nom
inees were given big Notes
Outsldo of O.iliu tho Republican!
wcio lu tho ascendency
Tho membership of the Bcnato will
be as fo'lovvs: , '
Troni Ouliii Mooio, (hold-over)
Democrat; (Jiilnn, (hold-over) Itepiib
llcan; Drown, Itcpuhllcim; Chllllng
woitb. Republican; ludd, Jtcpubllcnn;
Kulciopu, (short term) Kopubllcnn.
Tio'ii Muni Robinson, (hold-over
Republican; Kalama, (hold-over) Re
publican; rail, Republican
Tram Hawaii Ilakpt, (!iold-oer)
Homo Ruler; Mnkekau, Home Ruler;
Hewitt, Itepubllcun; Dniwu (hold
over) riom Kuiiiil Palrcbllil, (I old-over)
Republican; Kniutacn, Itiptil'lcan
' a l
A NEW FLYING MACHINE. I
A Scotch inventor Is building a
ll)Ing machine, weighing about six
tons mid designed lo carry twenty
or thlit) putbengcis.
When (omplcled the machine will
cost about Sud.OOU It Is u llttlo
more than half completed at present.
The machine In shape bears rescm
blnn o to u bird und embodies ,tho
lotur) wing tlico)y of (light. 'I'or
euch wing will bt a laige g)roncopo
in fan -7 1-2 feet lu diameter, re
volving hoiloutall), like Inverted
basins 'lhe lotur) wings with thcli
horizontal movement will, It Is
claimed, enable tho machine to trav
el lii'ui) kind of weather uhd by lt
own powci tulso v Hsolf i vcitlenlly ,
from tho ground It Is bJld tho In
vention is lu ailvanee of anything al
rqud) eoiistiiieted. Aviators and ex
perts, however, express. considerable
doubt as lo tho bucicss of tho ui.t
aiued Improvement Jind question
whethoi a ninehlne) , wijgh(iiBi Jt'
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