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Industry, temperance and piety are the only means of
nrnsfnt nninvmnnt nnrl thn nnlw nm c.nrn ,,f I, .(,.. lnr
Much is exnected of the
Honolulu and the dissension now manifest in the ranks is
by no means gratifying to the average citizen who voted a
I .straight Republican ticket as the result of the promise of a
straightforward businesslike body of city legislators.
1 This is not uttered from the standpoint of Low men or
j anti-low men, Murray men or
i or anu-uwigiu men.
IMs the plain fact of public sentiment among citizens who
j are first and foremost for an efficient local government, bus
iness administration, with the least amount of fuss and folly
and a minimum of factional squabbles that retard the mcas-
. in us iur me common noon.
Representatives of the people
..wjuuiiuaii ui iy dim otifjui visors oi me uiv ann uounty oi
Honolulu should not fail to recall the practical, possible un
, written, platform on wl. ch they secured their election the
t platform of a straight t'eket and the superiority of united
J It is well to recall at this time, and later if necessary dur
l mg the life of the present Board of Supervisors, that a great
' many friends who believed in Petrie, and Pacheco, and other
J candidates on the Democratic ticket, were brought into line
t for the Republicans now on the Board under the plea that the
Republicans must have a certain majority in order to guar
I antee the city the best possible administration, and prevent
r a hold-up of city business by the bickerings of extreme par
j tizanship. The present Republican Supervisors-elect were
l voted for because they, and the party they represented ap
pealed to the people on the ground that they constituted the
-businessman's ticket. They were elected as progressives to
work out progressive ideas for the growing and progressive
Much that was promised in the campaign was not in the
platform of the party, but the Supervisors and their party
will be held for more than the written planks.
The party and the candidates promised a united Board of
Supervisors. They urged the independent voter and the per--sonal
friend to forget their independence and the personal
friend and vote straight for the party because to do this
"lant less quarreling and better government.
TV independent voters wiil remember this feature of the
election when every regular platform plank has been for
gotten. i Consequently the Republican Supervisors of the City of
Honolulu have the fate of the Republican party in the hollow
J of their hand.
I If these Supervisors prove by the frequence of their quar
i rels and the bitterness of their personal or partizan blcker-
ings that a Republican Board of Supervisors is not a synonym
for unity of action and freedom from factionalism, the party
i man two years hence may talk partizanship till he is black in
me race out ne win not oe awe 10 swing me inuepencient voter
from his natural desire to vote for whom he pleases regard
less of party.
The Bulletin does not attemnt to nlace the blame
for the contest now going on
This paper is not. inclined to
reached a point where the usefulness of the Board is serious
jly impaired or public confidence broken. We are certain
however that the early activities of the members have made
many people dubious of the realities of Republican unity that
was promised on the stump.
Just jone' thin0remains to
i must dc smpoinca out.
j The voters ofr'the City of Honolulu will not view with indif-
Jfcrencc a continued factional battle when there is so much
I of public work to be done and such a little time to do it and
keep up with the rapid development of the city.
Another thing must be remembered. The incoming Board
, of Supervisors and through them the Republican party, will
) bo judged by the efficiency of the service they give the peo
Jple, the speed and degree of perfection with which the public
, work, is done.
t If Supervisors dq0not frame-up well under this stand
ard frfTieajurement.Jiey need foster no hope of re-election
and thedRepublioan party no prospect' of successor the
I straight ticket doctrine. Two years is time enough for a
'great many 'thing's to happen and many changes to take
place, but there are certain lines of development in public
thought and public sentiment that are obvious to any man
l Sll Montiu f) .r,,
Tff Vrir tnyxhclflnUS .. .. I.hi
I'ti Ye.it .wuhrrt a C.-l.J... I.n
PerYe.r imtpa'd, folium a.n
entered tl I tie Pottoffirc it HoDoitla
u second -rlus m titer
DECEMBER 30, 1910
new Board of Suncrvisors for
anti-Murray men, Dwight men1
who arc also members of the "j
among the Supervisors-elect.
believe that the friction has
be done. These rough spots'
House ninl tlirco lots. llulldlng
Is new and Is loptcd so us to bring
In 10 on inunoy Invested. Thoro
Is mom to .hulld nunthcr dwelling.
Property Is cry near to carllno.
Tli rce bed room house on
King St.; now, with
nil tn odor n conve
niences; lot 100x140.
Threo.bodroom house on
Knlukaua Ave.; hard
wood floor, beautiful
Interior finish. 1'rlco 4250
Seven ncrcs with two
bedroom bungalow, gn
rago, ete . In Mnnoa. A
$10,000 property for...
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with average intelligence who takes the time or has the op
portunity to come in contact with men in various walks of
It behooves the Supervisors from the party standpoint and
the selfish standpoint as well as the service of the common
good, to select their committees with an exacting regard for
obtaining the highest efficiency in the several departments of
public service they are called' upon to administer.
They must do it or local government in general and the
Republican party in particular will be discredited and headed
toward disgraceful failure.
Real Estate for Lease
Makao Beach Lots, Kooiauloa, Oahu
We offer these desirable beach lots
situate on the windward r.lde of Oahu
for lease for a twenty (20) year terra
at a moderate rental,
This property can bo reached by
rail', S . t ,
TORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
HONOLULU, T. H.
WIPE OUT THE FENCES.
, Strike down the useless and nn
Dining the next four months IIih
ilolilm lll bo United by a laffior
number of strangers than has oer
before come to Uio city wltln,lby
The city is nllva beautiful nnd
the homes nttrnctlvo to thoso passing
thtougb tlin streets, but the city
would ho beautified, the appearance
of the. homes enhanced n hundred per
cent, and the Impression of the, Vis
itors, tho drawing power of the'filj?
of Honolulu would ho u thuusnnd
times greater if the owners of fenced
homes would tear down tho fences
and throw their grounds open to the
THE MXIKI CEMETERY.
A comprehensive park scheme for
tho city or Honolulu Is proposed as
n subject for general legislation nt
the coming session of tho Legislature.
This Is good. It will he better If
the movement Includes within Its
scopo the transformation of tho Ma
l;lll cemetery from iv disgraceful
weed Infested patch, to the well
cnreil-for cemetery park that It
might bo through the expenditure of
a cry small amount of money and
tho bestowal of a litttn constant at
tention from a gardener.
If the public has no respect for tho
last testing plato of tho dead, some
greater consideration might he shown
the feelings of the living
Maklki cemetciy In its present
Rtato of weeds and dry grans Is u dis
giacu' to nnv progressive city.
Gamblers Convicted; Said
Thought Rain Would
1 1 the Police Court this morning.
hearing mlBcellantous charges against
illllercnt defendants ami their trials
occupied the attention of Judgo I.ym-
er, who patiently listened to tho stor-
Tho Chinese gamblers who were ar
rested last night by Chief .McDuffle
an I his men, camo forward and ad
milled that they played palkau. They
pleaded guilty and wero each lined
the Tollars nnd costs. After they
ft th3 court loom thoy said that
hey did not think McUuUlo and Ills
men would come out last night on
nee-tint of tho heavy rain.
Tho bdys who disturbed tho quiet
of night at Kimklnl street wero lined
up bcfoio Ills Honor. They wero
charged with unlawfully holding a
dhordcrly assembly on Kuaklnl street.
Their cases were continued until to
inonow, nnd Judgo I.ymer set tho ball
at $20 each. C. F, Chllllngworth ap
pealed for two of them.
Kinest Ah Nco, who slolo valuable
lels, hats and other goods, and hold
them afterwards, was sentenced to pay
a fluo of $2.".
Judgo I.ymer Btatcd that It was the
first appearance of tho defendant Iid
Chnrlos Hatch, charged with having
assaulted his wife, faced tlio.ciurt.
Ills wife, tho complaining witness
asked for tho dlschargo of hor hus
band, becauso as sho clalmed.'he i(ld
not ill t her. When asked vhysho had
a black eye, sho hald it was swollen
fiom tho too-frequent uso of the cup
that cheers. Tho trial of Uio .defen
dant was postponed. ' ' IV'1
Nlshlmura, Oka nnd Nlshloka, and
sovcral other sons of Dal Nippon wero
on trial this morning for playing n
hiiklhukl gnmo. They woio charged
with gambling, and, on pleading guil
ty, woro each taxed $3 and'coslx of
couit. Threo of them paid tho tines,
whllo tho test forfeited their ball mo
Chcong Won, charge;, w,ft ,
tin a JniuiB,.,- WIl8 represented In
III" ny AUonly Claudius Mcllrldu
' otiso was postponed for trial, un-
'"Jnnuaiy 12. ., . ,
, (Tho enso of Thos K. Ctajlt, of, Wa).
", un who hit an officer somo' tlnio ngo,
wns tried beforo Judgo Lynier. Uf
was represented by. Attorney lllltlnir,
Deputy Sheriff Oscar Cx, who ap
pealed un n witness Muted that Clark
was standing nt tho cntraiicd'nf a cer
tain show plneo. one night, when Ma
boo was hit bv him.
I Clark w-ub n candidate) for Deputy
Sheriff of Wnlalua on tho Dcmnprntlc
ticket, Slnco the trmjhlo, lip hfy been
suspended troni niucu,
Manufactured from purs distilled wat
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
HE HAWAIIAN FISHERY has control of the fisheries at
Heeia and Kalae and will prosecute all persons' found
fishing in thgse reserves.
Commence the New Year with a
H. Hackfeld &
MAKi;S llRAl'N. WH HAVn SOME WV.V.V KHOM I'AIl
KEIfS RANCH. 11KST UVEK SOLD IN HONOLULU.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS. Proprietors TELEPHONE 1814
Tender and Sweet
The Pond Dairy
A NEW YKf',c J1ESSAHH I1Y
KING l'l' l,r.71 AND A HOY WILL
CALL 1'OIt THE MESSAOE
Entomologist Fullaway Back
and New Chemist A?- -
DuWd T. Kullawaj, cntoinoglbtB nt
the Hawaii Agilcultural Experiment
Station, arilM'd on the Siena todn
nfter scleral months' absence Mr.
1'iillaway has been doing somo ver
snnal work along rct-caich linos in thQ
labornlnricH of Slauforil ITulversltv
and loturim lo lake up his dultus here
after woiklug out soieral lulcrestlug
piobleius of Uio Insect woild.
Willi tho arilial of William Me
Oeorge. chemist, the Expeiiment 8ia-
ilon w'lll hao an ndd!llo;i o Its, uilcn-
illd staff, or experts, Mr. Mefloorge
will bo assistant chomlst anil will
mnko n specialty of soil nnalyscs Ho
Is from Kansas and Is well known In
Ills lino of agricultural science
Mntlc frnm wholo lln.
walluu l'lncapples nnti
.the best refined ca'uo
'At nil Soda rountatn
nnd Stores. '
Arotic Soda Water
Pincotnr Sales Co., Ltd.
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, -LTD. 1
King Street Market. ,
Co., Ltd., agents.
Jciiflry Is Jlked by ricrjrqnc.
It Is the gift forChrItniMrTire"
glilng of Jeiiclrj' deis1 not
uecptibiirlly incuti the Miu'lnllug
(if i lot o( in one). In our
largr, slock 3 on" ran find 'In
numerable articles of unrom.
111 on design at 11 moderate price.
(Iur goods are new nnd the
lines are icry cxKiisItc.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
J- - - .-a.-
(M. MPi I 1 1 i t,