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HAWAII'S FIRST VOTD.
I lawaii's ole for McGmcrn, llic Rooeclt candidate for lcniKrar
chairman of lite National Republican rontrnlian is cry c idrnlly a play in
tlic political game.
Coming, as it did. after llic elrction of Senator Root was assured, makes
highly probable the explanation that it was a moc intended to be good
A few days ago the cables from Mr. Atkinson referred to the excitement
of the California delegation in consequence of the delegates from the out
lying possessions oling so solidly for Tafl, and, in the heat of debate, we
were told there was talk of reprisals.! So it may be that after seeing that
the Taft candidate for temporary chairman was safe, the I lawaii delegation
swung into line with California to prcscrtc appearances. Though when one
thinks it oer, such an action seems weak and not likely to fool anyone.
Also, a day or two ago, the Associated Press cables had reference to a
possible bolt of Gomnor Frcar and the Hawaii delegation from Taft to
Rooscclt forces. This was promptly denied, as was to be expected. Th;
delegates hae their instructions.
i It is possible that the Goernorship politics enters into the matter, and the
Governor and his associates arc trying to throw a scare into the Taft camp
by giving the appearance of jumping off the band wagon once in a while just
to show their independence.
So far as Governorship politics are concerned locally, the information com
ing to each of the opposing camps is all the way from a "tinch" to most
' '-'joyfully satisfactory." There seems, to be no doubt that both Holstein and
the Governor have been assured, according to each one's way of interpreting
it, (hat his recommendation will be
Therefore long range interpretation
'fTcult at best. What we arc sure of is that Hawaii will vote for Taft on
the final ballot. And Hawaii is in the limelight, as usual.
DELEGATE KUH10 AND THE FUTURE.
Delegate Kuhio's declaration against any third parly movement is what
was expected by his friends, and we know of no true friends of the Dele
gate who would urge upon him to take part in -any such political mistake.
What the people have reason to hop- from llic Delegate is a vigorous pro
gicssive policy that will lead the wav lo united action and a solid front for
efficiency in government and an advancement of standards all along the line.
In the natural order of human even't. the decision of President Taft on
the matter of the Governorship is ccr' un lo exercise an influence. Hut let
this decision be what it may, every true and loyal son of Hawaii must real
ize that "Forward" is the slogan anj "Get Together for the best develop
ment of I lawaii" is the spirit of the hcur.
Wc'must not stand by the wayside, bickering and worrying over' the little"
petty personalities of small politics. There is too much to be done; there is
Ico much at stake for the future of I lawaii nci to admit of narrow policies.
Delegate Kuhio can depend upon it that among the responsible leaders of
thought ,and action there is not the slightest sympathy wilh racial divisions
and factionalism. I lawaii needs each man in the place where he can do
the most good for 1 lawaii and return jhc best service for selling ideal stand-
ards in government that will secure th? best results for the people as a whole.
The men arc here lo do it. and Delegate Kuhio is one of the leaders who
can exercise a great jrowcr in helping to bring them together for effective
work. C ' i
The Republican contest for the" Fall campaign should be a united front
, for, efficiency in government. The Delegate lo Congress holding the highest
ofjicc, in (he direct gift of the people, has a grand opportunity to lead the
way, antl set a standard that will more securely protect the popular rights
yjfctjic people and give undying fame lo his name and character in the history
Let it be remembered that during the periods of contention and bitterness
the, man really worth while is the man who can sec beyond the turmoil of
'an immediate battle, and, breaking through the little "afTairs" and the fac
tionalisms, come into the open with the rallying call, "Now, fellow Amer
icans, get together for our homes, oui country and our flag."
. . "Tlio pinduclH nf iiotrnltMim nro vnry
numerouR," Bald tho iirofesnr. "Can
you name ono of tho most Important?"
' "Vch, Hlr," rcpjlctl tho pupil, "intm-
"I'a, what's n 'iilnywrlKht'?"
"A man who wrltcH Bluff to ko with
, tho Bconcry, my on."
HP'V '"What law la that timid, shrlnkliifi
KlKj. ono over tlicro by tho donr?"
HSL, "Tlio unhappy law that looks, uh It
R'it wished it wore dead?"
Bfg' "Yes; 'tlio nuo with tlio black uyo."
Per Six Month $ ."(
I'er Year, anywhoro In U- S...1.IIU
I'er Year, anywhero In Canada 1 511
Per Year, pout) aid, foreign ... 2.(10
entered it lb PmitMttic l Hnnniula
.JUNE 19, 1912
think first: Is it true? kind? Is it
tuaiwtc u. juococif.
carried out by the President.
of the convention incident is very dif-
"Thill's tlm Sherman law."
"And what Is thiH hold florid one
! tliat ovpryhoily treatB with bo iniich
"That's tlio unwritten law."
"Ilow.dld you Kot a .now maid mi
"l.mlvertlbed tho fact that our houuu
clcnnlne lu all clone." . I
It Ih UHolcbH to hope for tho best If
you aro determined to keep thtnkliiK
that tho 'Worst nlways linppcua.
SEVERN SAYS HE
(Continued Irom Page 1)
horticultural coinmls'lon that the pent ,
liml almost dluppcarrd 111 the qunrnn-
tlneil district, and that there wan no ,
further clnimcr of Importlnir It to Cali
fornia, ticvrrln llntly cinilriullctii thin.'
Campaign a Farce. I
"The ciiinp.tlnn iipihul the Medlter-
riineiin fruit fly In llnunll at present
Is a rlilH ulmm farce itnd n useles unit
cxtr.twiKnul ate nf money," said Hcv
erln vexterday mornlnif "California I
Ih'Iiik deceived. I 'hies n general itmr
iintlne of Hawaiian frultM q declared,
thl SI. ilc i In Imminent danger of tlio
pet KettliiK n strong foothold mi thH
;or effort Iihk heen inude hy tho
llauallnu fruit crimcni anil other kin
dred Intcrots In the Mauds tft prevent
Mr llnrtiimr nnd myself from comhiK
In I iillfnnilii In tell the truth rthmil
the frull ll v pent. ThnittM were made,
mill we wire vwirned tliat If vp left wu
li.nl lietter not ntteinpt to return."
lnpeitii Wchilniiit Kalil eterday .
mornhiK thnt the rlmrset inude hy Hev-
rln were not lieu to him. hut he re
riixed to Inlk nhoiit them lie admit
ted, however, that 111 return wan dun
lo the lU'tlvltle of Profesnor Severln
nnd the fnet that he wait coining hero
with the iiuiioiiiieeit Intention nf at
tempting to crejtte a riiiillnn mill n
frtilt-ily M-nre liefore the t'lillfornln
Krult flrnvviTH' ioneiitlon
Inspector Weliilaud hud heen Kta
lloned nt the iKlandu fur nix months.
The cllj nnd count) supervNorx went
IroiiRl) on reionl last nlKht iim favnr-
inir loeul llrms against nialiilaud eon
etrns In the purchase uf a set of lu-
triiinents for the Hawaiian hand.
The matter wan brought up through
the introduction of n lesolutfon pro
dded h Murray, culllm,' for the re-
jettion uf all hltN received t-everul
weeks ago, in whkli dealers III nilisl-
inl liistriinientH from all over tiiu
t'ulted .Slates mid also In England en
tered thu lists.
Hy the passage nf a resolution, tho
city clerk Is authorized to nsk for tc.li-
hr for llrsl-elam hand lustriiim ills.
all lilds to he la the hands uf thu ho.ud
not lalir than July i. As the time
lluil is closu at hand, the prospect of
concerns oilier than .those In this city
submitting tenders Is considered Vtry
remote. To supply tlio baud with ll
complete Kit of Instruments the city
fathers hnvu appropriated about two
Bitulithii Up Again.
l'rcshlcnt Oilman of the local tutu
Ik'ile company Is In the livid to p.tvo
Cum l 'street, mid submits u bid to
ftirioim tho worlf at iipprnxlnrtt -ly
UiCuu, guarmileelnB the llfo 'if tlio
liavemciit at ten years.
I lly Kuglneer Whltehniise In pre
Kiillug new estimates for. bltu'l'r'o
mill ihla block paveiuents for Qui en
, licit, Muled that ohla, with tho joints
lIlKd with iisphaltuin, resting on u live,
ineli concrete base, would cost about
J O. l'ratt, postmaster, notltlcd tho
board that tho 1'edcral government ac
cepted tlio proposition made by tho
city for the removal of rubbish from
A report received from City Knglncer
Whitchousc was to thu effect that the
White house municipal machine trav
eled m; miles In April unit UL'S miles
l'reustirer Shingle HUbnlltUd a btnte.
"Wo now take pleasure In advising
vou that we have succeeded In making
a compromise with the tax assessor by
a reduition of his llgures, of twenty-
live per cent, so that the llrst 77
feet tilling Hotel street from tlio D.I
liioti corner. Is now 17 70 per siitar
foot, and the balance of the frontage.
milk that Is pure) milk
that is rich) milk that Is'
wholesome) milk that Is
food In health and medi
cine in sickness) milk that
comes from absolutely san
itary dairies under condi
tions that are open to all
who care to Investigate.
That is the kind of milk
HONOLULU,'T. H WD'NE8DAVJUiV.fi '19,-19I2. ' ' '
, HOUSES. EOr?ittENf;i'TO ''
No. of Bedrooms
' Tanlalua 3 $40.00
Kalmukl, 8th Avenue 3 40.00
Kali Road 2 25.00
CfiillcK. Avenu . 2 25.00
Klnau Street 3 60.00
Kaliala Deach 2 105.00
Puunul' Street 3 60.00
Nuuanu ,8treet 6 75.00
Kalak'aua Avenue ...,r i 3w , 37.50
. Paclflo .Height! ..,.,.11 )..'... .5 100.00
Beretanta Street ,; I. ..... 4 '..'..'75.00
UNFURNISHED , "
Walplo .'i, ..... 3 $12.00,i
Wilder Avenue ,.j.... l..lw..6 50.00
Wilder Avenue ...,,, '. .6.... '..'.,.' 20.00 '
Pua Lane .., ,'..,.. !,.'.M2ii. ..,.'..' 17.00" '
King Street .,..'...i. I...r.'.2f.'..'...i 22.50' - -
King Street ' J :2.. .,,.:'..' C0.001
Alewa Heights ,..:Vr. ).. .'.'.2.,....'l.. 20.00
Lunalllo Street ... 3 30.00
Kalmukl, Ma'unaloa Avenue . i 2 270
Beekley and Kalihl Road ...A 4., 35.00
Young Street . 2 20.00
King Street ...3 35.00
AlKkea Street i 3 40.00
Kaill Avenue 2 18.00
Maumae 1...(See book)
Hillside and Lower Manoa Road ....3 40.00
12th Avenue, Kalmukl 2 27.50
Nuuanu Street 2 35.00
Nuuanu Street 2 25.00
Young Street 4 18.00
Pawns Lane 2 18.00
Magazine Street , 3 22.50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
i A suggeslion lor, a wedding ' .
i A Picture from pl
House on Green" St.,"
:-4 Two BedrppitMi
$45 per m)n;tii
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL 8TREET
3.1 feet, nt the rate of ;r,
"Therefore, wo u?e now willing to
necept for the 153T Kiiutire feet of
land required fur widening Hotel
xtreet, the huiii of $10,633, ijio other
terms mid conditions to MJml as by
our orlglnsil offer of IVhrunry 2p. A
Large terraced lot, corner Magaxlns and 8pencer streets. Well
Improved and splendid view.
Lots at Palolo Valley and Wilhelmlna Rise 500 and up.
Story and half house on Klnau street) 3 bedrooms, parlor,
diningroom, kitchen, bathroom, servauts' quarters and garage
Maklki Street t 2 Bedrooms $50.00
1915 Kalakaua Avenu 3 " 50.00
Keeaumoku 8treet'., ........2 " 00.00
Pilkoi Street, near King , 3 Bedrooms $30.00
Kalihl Road and Buckley Street 4 " 35.00
Palolo Hill (to Oetqber.n 1912) 1 "
Kalakaua Avenue ..,,,.,.,..... 4 " 45.00
Judd Street ,.,.. 3 " 50.00
Matlock Avenue 2 " 27.50
Luntlilo Street ..i..,3 " .. 30.00
Lunalllo Street , ,...,..3 " " 35.00
.Beretanla Street 3 " 27.50
Henry. Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
THE MODERN WAY
nummary It ui follows: Land, SlO.nSS;
.liulldliiRs, 12,tr9; rents, JU0; reduced
rents DS.r, lotiil, t2.1,S."9."
That tho l'rojnutlnn Committee. Is In
line yir it continuance nf munlci.tl
help to tho I'Xti'tU nf S2.r,0 n month Is
iiHxurril hyrtho friendly attitude now
promised hy the puld cnmpiilRnerswhn
tiro to spreud the fame of 'llnunll ncl
nlmiK the length nnd hrendth of tho
mulnland. It Is snld that Kdltor W.
tl Hmltlt's statements regarding his
attitude tuuards Ilawallans while nwny
Is satisfactory to the hoard. Among
other things, Secrctnry Wood of tho
l'romotloii Committee, In replying to
tlie board, says "that Mr. Hnilth fully
appreciates the fact that tho llnwtill
Promotion Committee will not for a
moment stand for anything tending to
Helmet from the fair tiiinio of Jfawall
ami her people, mid that he Is In thor
ough accord with our well-known
lews on tliih matter Is mado evident
ment showing u cash halaneo on hand
May 31 amounting to 33,990.39.
Campbell Estate Has Cheering News.
In a tiimmunleulloii from the Cnmii-
hell i;late, tile hoard wus Riven somo
cheering Information In regard to the
widening of Hotel street. The letter
from his letter of acceptance) of; tho
llfTf) ,tlll,l, htlt, I,,, ft, n mmrfilll-A "
FOR SALE,y v, '
Two Cottages, Kalihl ..' .'..$1800
Cottage, HarbotOe Lan '.,., ' 1, 2000
Cottage, Harbottle Lan ,.'1200
Cottage, Harbottle Lan 1750
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 iq. ft 1100
Lots 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewalo , 1000'
2. Bedroom House, Anapunl 8lreet .' 4500
3-Bedroom House, Pilkol Street 4750
2. Bedroom House, Lower Punihou 8treet 2850
Lot on Young Street, 12981 iq, 'ft '. 2000
2-Story House, Wilder Avenue. .'
Lot on Tantalus.
;' Cottage., Wilder Avenue ,..-..... 5
Tantalus Residence of Qeneral Davis, furnished. ,
' Furnished1 House, Alexander Street, for 2 months.
GUARDIAN TRUST CO, Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDINQ
tll Organizations con
templating taking part
Fourth of July
will please notify De
puty Grand Marshal
Norman B. Courtney of
such fact as soon as
Address all communications
Deputy Grand Marshal,
Norman B. Courtney,
Fourth of July .Committee Head
quarters: Hawaiian Trust Co. Bldg. 2nd Floor
"A. to. fcRbwri,
AUDIT COMPANY OF
124 BETHEL STREET
F. 0. Box 646 - Telephone 2033
Conducti ill classes of Audits, and
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial work
Sagpestiona (riven for simplifjlnn
,or systematizing office wotk. All
"AKKurlnR yen f our Hlncero tippre
elation nf )iuir cnupcriition and Ihmn
ciiil iiHHhitiincc In the past, mid Tilth
thu conviction that our work Iiiih heen
Hitch uk tn wnrriint jour fulth In our
ulnccrlty unit honesty of purpose unit
believing Hint our future work will
continue to Justify your much-needed
Favor Armory Donation.
In n coinmiinlctttlon m!drei.heil tn the
iMiitrd, I'reHldent (ilKilnux of the Mrr
cimntH' AnHoclntlon itnnotmced that the
tllrcctorH of that oreaiilzatlnn were
uuiiiilmotiH In fuvorhiK the propoiltlnn
that the municipality cnntrlhuto Jill.OOO
to tho itrmory fund i
The city eiiBlneer Ims notllled the
I ton lil of tiupcrvlxorx that ho Iiiih taken
tlm matter up with K. ,M. Damon nnd
MnniiKcr nihil of the Honolulu plan
tation, and the former, lie xuyH, Ih will
In k to Rive tho county the rlsht-nf-ny
for tln ncy location of the rnud,
In exchiiiigo for tlio rleht-of-wiiy of
tin iiliandnned portion of the old road
Mr. (I I lit,, for it leasehold Interest In
tho required rlKht-of-way thrntiRh the
crino lands. tlKureH tlm diimaKes nt Jl,- j
101. Tho eniilneer recommends that I
this leiiKChohl Interest ho purchased
iilul thn amount churned to tlm appro-
priuuoii or cue .Moaiiaiiiii-ruuioa roan.
NF.W - TO-DAY
! Notice Is hereby given that Jho tm
nuul meethiB of the Hawaiian I'lshcrles.
Ltd., will he held on Juno 29 at 7
o'clock .p. m., at tho Kakaakn Japan
eso school, Coral street, corner Queen
M'TINO SKCRRTAnV TUDITA.
52(17 Apr 19, 22; Apr 2S
LisiittCciiiJ lrnac; smooth, un
broken surfece: no conspicuous
lines cementing clone avay with .
no clouding and no lodging
places for dust and dit i. M
Doon Building - Fen street
Over May & Co.
Is made fn a large va
riety of sizes and two con
tacts. Suitable for all classes of
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i " iwumwr;
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Fort and Pauahl Sts. Phone 3021
Accurate, reliable timekeepers
with watch movements.
Just the thing for a gift to a
friend golnij abroad.
Ours are guaranteed. They are
Imported direct from Trance.
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