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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
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"Who .lie the business men of the countiy? Aio not the
fanners business men? Are not the small tracleis business
men? Is not the sub-contractor a business man as well as
the conti actor-in-chlof ; the man who is building up enter
prise as well as the man who has built it up? Is not tiie man
whose cicdit is small and 'on the make' a business man as
well as the man whose credit is unlimited and established?
Is not every employer of laboi, eveiy purchaser of material
and every mastei of any enterprise, bis or little, and eveiy
man in a piofession, a business man? Governor Woodiow
HONOLULU POLITICS AND MONEY.
'aillllrs In Hit (II) l ir:i(llc.ill) n
Wc bc(j to differ with the morning organ, which, it should
be remembered, during the campaign primaries of 1910 tried
its level darndest to form an alliance with the particular men
whom it now characterizes as nondescripts and a long list of
Politics in this city witli the average honest voter is a ques
tion of MEN.
That is the keynote of the situation. Individuals and the
interests speaking through the Advertiser have indeed made
politics a matter of money. Of course they have. When
they had their feet in the trough and were wallowing in it,
they were happy with the veriest lot of mutts who ever
graced office, and everything for them was lovely. They
could bunk with the crookedest crooks, and use the meanest,
dirtiest politics that ever went down the pike or were ever in
vented to overthrow decency and independence of manhood.
They have not cared how many voters were debauched
by money or corrupt methods so they got the rake-off.
So it is the most natural thing in the world for the Adver
tiser to lead off its first political utterance for the election
year of 1912 with the only text that stirs its soul in time of
political activity "Politics is a question of money."
It is well to recall at this time with what sort of material
the Advertiser in days gone by has made its political battles.
Money was spent lavishly by its adherents. But that did not
get them the votes. The most these money politicians have
ever been able to do, was stir up enough trouble to elect some
of the opposition whom they did not intend to elect, and regis
ter an ovcrwhelmiig victory for the particular candidates they
hoped to defeat and singled out for outrageous libel and vic
Advertiser politics in this city no doubt has been a question
or money. The inner circle for which it speaks typifies the
purest hypocrisy that the Lord ever let live.
We repeat, however, that politics in this city should NOT
be a question of money, and wc believe it WILL NOT be.
Honolulu politics this year is a question of men, honest
men who are willing to give their time to the affairs of gov
ernment; average men who do not sit apart from their fel
lows and thank God they are not as other men; patriotic men
who are loyal to the interests of Honolulu and Hawaii; Amer
ican men who believe in their nation, who believe in Honolu
lu and have faith in their fellows; broad-minded men whose
souls arc not withered and seared by the consuming fires of
avarice and pampered wealth; men who stand for independ
ence of thought and action in all matters of public and priv
ate life, who demand efficiency in public office without re
gard for race or previous nationality of the incumbent. .
That's all Honolulu politics should be any year, and that is
what it will be if every fair-minded American citizen in this
city and county does his duty and starts early to perform his
share of the great work that is to be done.
"Sho holds peculiar views of uiatrl-
"That so?" ,
"Yes Sim saya that men If her bus-
baud flhoiildu't make u foilunr lu Hut
j earn she expects lu stick In him until
"I understand your wlfo Is taking
up sclentllle study."
"In what branch Is Bho Interested?"
"Well, as the Christmas shopping
seasons oiiens up,J should cull her a
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Per Yeir fcnvwU'r 11 Canada, I.ffo
Pti eir fotll foitixn 3.o
itrrct ftl llw Poatoffic HI Honolulu
JANUARY 12, 1912
iiietln of mime. tclirrllMT.
"Isn't that Miss Yawlor singing
across tho way?"
"Yes. 1 wished sho bolongcd to a
grand ojiejn t,ii)ujiiiy."
"You Hiucly don't think bIio can
"Not at all, but gland opera com
panics never como to this town."
"I Bu, that you mentioned my namo
as that of it possible candidate," said
Yes," iepled tho statesman, "I
w.inted to glo them a quiet hint as lo
how much win so they might do If they
don't take uiu."
Homo one serins stilt to be iinxliniti
to acknns Hit- Civic eVclcrntlon Into
foolish politic If mictcsxful liu will
iU'cuiiiiiUbIi the second ruin of the
WHY THIS HANFOR MAYOR.
Why In J. M. Dowsett the man for
Mayor of Honolulu?
Ilocnuso the nltuatloii ilciiianilfl n
man In that olllce who unilvrKtaniU
ImiislnoHH iniiiiiiEciiieiit of hum! af
fnlrs. llfcause municipal Kuvcrnniciit will
certainly i;o to the- wall and the Fed
eral Kon-rnnicnt take charge of the
whole situation unless we of Honolulu
put men In public olllcu who nr able
to deal on terms of eiiial ability with
tho I'Vdcral oltleerH who are and will
l'O stationed here and will rapidly be
come an Increasing factor In the ad
ministration of the city.
llecanso Mr. Dow sett Is one of the
men In whom elements that fictpicnt
ly clash, have coiilldonce.
Ilurausc there Is no good reason
why the business men of the town and
the workiiiKincn of eiery race should
not unite In supportliiK hlin.
lit cause hu has been before the
electorate of the wholo Island and the
attitude of the people toward him Ih
Ilecauso he can be nominated with
out a light In the comcntlon.
Ilecnuse he can hu elected by u unit
ed and InlelllKClit peoplo who reulle
that Honolulu must have for Its chief
cxecutho dinliiK the jenm 11113 and
I'JU the I'amunn Canal jears a man
with Inltl.ithe, business cnpaclty,
couratje, and unipiestloned ability In
handling big piobleins and cooperat
ing with the ablest men of tho coun
try. lipcnus-e the olllce of Mayor of Ho
nolulu will be more Important than
the fioMTiiorshlp and the peoplo of
Honolulu will bo everlastingly dis
graced If they fall to select for
that olllce a man wlio sizes up to tho
leipilrements of the position
These ate a few reasons Not all
by any means.
The California State horticultural ln-
ypii turn nt Sun Kr.inclscii cunilftnnt'it
ami dvHtniil 08 cases of nllluntor
pears, whltli w-ie broiiKht there from
HnrntoiiKH I'V the I'nlon Steamship
Ciimiunv's llmr Tahiti. An Inspection
i.r tin pears Khimeil that tO per cent,
of them wire Infested with the Innae
of the Midltirranoan fruit fly. S. "
Miiii'iise, to whom the pears were as
slmied. protested ilgorously ngalnSt
Ihelr distraction and declared that he
wuiilil have nil the Inspectors discharg
ed from tho service ot the State. As
the result of the discovery, the Impor
tation of all fruit from Itarntonga will
be prohibited Tho local agents of the
I'nlon Steamship Company were so no
tltltd, and they promlstcl to cooperate
with the State olllcers In tho work of
helping the pest out of the United
Secretary I'aul Super of tho Y. M.
C. A., was the speakor at luncheon
today nt tho Commercial Club, liU sub
ject being "What tho Y. M. C. A. Is
doing for Honolulu." Ho reviewed
hi lolly Home of the Y M. C. A.'s nmuy
We extend a mott cordial
Invitation to alt Interested
In pur.e milk to vielt our
depot on 8herldan atreet.
In thlt depot l handled
all tho milk distributed by
m, and the visitor can tee
In the extreme cleanliness
here the idea that we are
enforcing at every contrib
Own a home In the College Hills sub
urb. Modern Improvements at hand.'
Ten-minute car service) gas) electrio
lightt city water. Clots to Oahu College.
32 Lots Only for Sale
Tasy terms 1-3. cash, 1-3 one year,
1-3 two years. Interest at -6.
, TRENT TRUST
On Listed Stocks and Improved
Real' Estate. We buy and sell
Stocks and Donds and make. In
vestments for others in approved
WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co.. Ltd.
924 BETHEl STREET
C II Young who has been barged
by the president ot the Korean society
with being lonnectod' with (he alleg
ed slander attnks supposed to haw
brought about the suicide of Nheo
late editor of tho Korean paper stntos
that the report on tho matter made
by the president Is not correct.
"I nm sorry to say," said Young
Inst night, "that It Is nothing but u
battle lietwecn churches. Yee Nal Sol),
a member of .the Independent chmch,
Is nctiihcd of writing a letter lo his
friend stating that the .Mexican mat'
ter would never lie successful unlets
the treaty between the United States
mid Japan Ik phnnged, which wastio
thing but tho truth.
"If I were not one of the members
of the Independent iburih I would not
Tie nit used of stopping Cheung from
Real Estate for Sale
An opportunity for the Investment of $2000 In house
and lot In good neighborhood. Pays 10 net.
Our Puupueo Tract Lots offer the homo-builder a better
selection for soil, elevation and general desirability than any
other lots in Manoa Valley. Our prices are reasonable;
our terms liberal.
Punchbowl Slope 3 Bedrooms ,,...$30.00
Young Street 2 " 30.00
Manoa" Valley 2 " 50.00
Beretanla Street 3 " 25.00
1060 FORT STREET
HS5"1 - !
The Office of the
is open until eleven each evening for
the receipt of ships' messages
spending money without the subscrib
ers' consent. If Victor H. Nheo had
not been a member of the Independent
church lie would probably not have
I lieen compelled to resign from his
editorship and been accused ot spoil
ing the Korean newspaper."
Chief or Detedhes McDufao made
a retord last Saturday, during the
stay In this port of the steamship
Mongolia, whit h arrived from tho
Orient. One of the passengers, who
is traveling around the world, came
ashore to enjoy the city, and whllo
out In an automobile, be lost $ir0.
The matter was reported to Chief Sic
Duffle, and In less than five minutes
the money was recovered and return
cil to Its owner. The transaction ts
so quick7 and successful that Clilef
McDiiflle was much congratulated.
According to McDufflc. Hie Jiassen
ger emtio ashore and hired an auto
mobile and went out towards Wal-
kllil. Willie there, bo discovered the
loss of his purse, the report was sent
to Chief McDuffle, who, upon sefdlim
for the chauffeur, found the money
under tho sent.
Picture, inlicrlNIng rnpi or oilier
maltcr Intended for Insertion In (he
I' v r ii I n g It u 1 1 c 1 1 u's llll'J Spec
ial Edition, "American Hawaii, l'co
pltN and Industrie's," should be sent
to the II li 1 1 et I II olllce at once. .The
edition Is bring printed and will lie
ready for distribution on Floral
rnrndr Hay, Frlirnnry :!Snd.
Mr and Mrs J. l Ogden, who were
reported; In Wednesday's II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
lis pum-tiKcj on the Nippon Mnru en
route to I.os Angeles, t'nl , from lla ,
tang, China, In the province of Tibet, '
uht re their Uvea were endaimtrcd,
spent Inst night with Honolulu friends,1
the evening being given oer to n re-1
option In their honor nt the Itoynl
Hawaiian Hotel. Mr, mid Mrs. Ogdcnl
are Christian church missionaries and
wire met upon their nrrlvnl here by
the Itev. Carey l'ljters.
the Itev. DaUd Carey Peters and sev
eral other representatives of tho local
Stationed In the farthest removed
mlsilonnry station In the world, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ogden suffered n succession
of hardships, but stuck loyally to
their pot until the revolution of tho
Tlbetnns ngnlnst their Chlneso suzer
ains reached a point where they could
no longer remain with nny degree of
safety Prior to their flight they were
notified that If they did not leave with
in twenty-four hours they would loso
In every way poslble.
Mr. Ogden Is broken In health as a
result of the Hardships through which
the family hn passed and' will prob
ably be forced to take a complete, rest
upon reaching the mainland
FLEET IS STILL
The olllclnl mail foi the Pacific fleet
hrnught,m news of particular Interest,
nnd nothing that throws any light on
the lleits' stay hire, or Its probable
destination on receiving sailing orders.
Admiral Thomas continued his ollt-
clnl Inspection of the California this
morning, and the seamen battalion was
paiaiU'd on the dock III heavy innrchlng
older. The battalion made li splendid
showing, men, nrms and aecouterincnts
being subjected to rlpld Inspection by
the coinmander-ln-chlef and III regu
lar and Hpeef.il Inspection staff.
Whllo the landing force was nshore,
general uunrters was sounded on tho
California, and a demonstration given
ot how the ship could be worked and
fought by a skeleton .crew.
Pay Inspector Thomas IL Illcks, fleet
pay officer, has received orders to pro-
ceed to his homo nnd nwnlt orders, on
the arrival of his relief. Pay Inspector
Oconto O. Selbels. The latter has been
nt his home 111 Norfolk, Vn nwnltlng
ToniperntiircB C n m, fill; 8 a. m.
73; 10 n in., 74; noon, 7!i; morning
Itaioinetcr, 8 a, in., 30.02; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in, 0 0.VJ gralna per
cubic foot; relative humidity, S a. in,,
Cil per cent; dew point, 8 n. ni 02
Wind G n. in., velocity R, direction
K.; 8 u. in., velocity 3, direction Ij.j
10 n. in., velocity 10, direction S;
noon, velocity 8, direction 8.
Itulnfull during 24 years ended 8 n.
Total wind movement dm lug 21
hours ended nt noon, 128 miles.
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop.
Bishopi8freet - Young ,Holsl Building
you take the picture comes
the matter of developing
the film and the printing.
We have the best facili
ties in the city for doing
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT ST, BELOW HOTEL
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMINQ CO
CROUP ASTHMA COUCHSI
BRONCHITIS CATARRH COI
A ilmpte, life and rflectlrc trtaimcrit (or bronk
(Mil trodblti, iToldini dtuj. Vrotld Ctfo
l?n tiopi the pirotrtmi of hoofing L'ou h r1
irllevn Croup it once. It ti t toiuftfietl
from Asthma, The all ttndtttd uronttr aetliep
Ik, lliipltfd with ttttf bieath, RiakrabtrathlTiC
eaif j loothri the lore throat anl itopa the cuf.h,
atwilnf, teaifttlntfhti. Itlilnvatvabletomoiheii
with j-oo tie children.
ad tit pou a I or deicnpiife poohm
ALL DRUGGISTS. !
Trr Criftni AntiitttU
Tf,rt4t Tlht lot the
Inlttted threat, Ttir
ate ilmplc, effective and
antWtaiic. Of yu?
drlit of from us, 10c,
The New High Toe
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
I'linnr :il:H .'
IIANZAI SII0K STIMIK
llcritiinla Street, .War .Niiiiunii
iioNoi.ri.r, ii. t.
1158 TOUT STRHET PHONE 3001
Regal Shoe Store,
ClfJAl I0W la
. k STTMBT CO tmU
Likely It's a pretty good watch,
too but you surely aren't going
to expect It to run a lifetime
That's unreasonable and you'll
find it costly, too.
Because no watch can go on for
years neglected without wearing
We've a repair department her.
waiting to give you the best
possible service in keeping your
Timepiece running smooth and
Hand it In and let us take n look
at It, anyway.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
14itil,t of Itomb. loc. I sY'iP'Sir I
lnit.mil. It'JtyAas J
Vapo-Cresolene Co. I JO. V? jfl
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17 Hotel Street