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tutor)) or dcmmuation. William Howard Tall,
THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN OUTLOOK.
Thou shalt not steal" is a mighty
It rests with the American people
led to get away with the goods and we have perfect confidence in their
bility to make a decision that is entirely just.
wiihl the future has in store for th. Republican party, as a result of the
tsalTection of Col. Roosevelt and a partion of the Progressive element of
ie. organization, no one can forecast with any certainty at the present time.
, Much will depend on what the Democrats do during the present week.
t hould the so-called coniervative or r;nctionary element of the Democratic
arty control the nomination for President, there seems not the slightest
oubt that Bryan. Wilson and their associates will join forces with Roose
elt despite the fact that Col. Roosevilt in the course of his career has said
ven more spiteful things of Bryan than of President Taft. Pblitics make
' ueer bed fellows, especially when th- people are so deeply stirred as they
ppear to be just now. It i quite within the range of possibilities that,
lould Woodrow Wilson be defeated for the Democratic nomination he
ill join with Col. Roosevelt. Thes: two men, though of opposite parties,
re of very much the same political faitl when dealing with immediate issues.
' It is well to note that Col. Roosevelt in accepting the mass meeting nom-
t nation of the Progressive party, utter.-d the saving clause that his accept-'
nee was conditional on the action of a future convention. This gives lime
V- '" evefyne. even 'be Colonel, to go home, think it over and cool off.
gPtetident Taft holds the strong and consistent position he hai maintained ,
i!?1 ,hc ulset- Hc tantJ fr h und and lime-honored principles of
Jj,RePub''can parlv Sometime agj when announcing his candidacy for
"enominalion, he declared his readiness lo accept full responsibility fot.the
ds of his administration: if he has made mistakes he felt tha he should
' e Ihe man to lake ihe results; if the people supported him as he believed
'iey would, he was entitled to the duty of carrying the good work on.
' 'L A" lIle present wrilin8 the outlook ji not pleasant for the Republican
k j!?r"y' !' " we" ,0 remtm')er that not many years ago when Bryan made
J.break in the Democratic ranks, his election seemed absolutely certain. The
itobcr second thought of ihe America', people fostered by a campaign' of
Irtgorous education, led lo the election of the conservative Republican candi-
I'll he American people are in ,lhe final
!B' . ;
liWIiat is Hawaii to do in llie nrrtrn'
J Keen right on in the fight for effici
K." D ui: ...
r-iiiCj icjtuuui.aii (tarty.
iavl. Republicans of. this Territory have
(fflfc' .." .. . ... V -,-"'" jiiiitniiB weir
'kje?d vvilh the third party movement: than ihey have, for worrying over the
politics of the inhabitants of the planet Mars.
'fttP16 onjy opportunity this or, any eerier Territory of the Uniled Slates
has for participating in National politj s is in the national 'nomnVatirig c6n-
entioiu. The Republican delegates have completed this duly for this year.
The Democrats are meeting in Baltimore. ' '
When this work is completed; the citizens of Hawaii have one plain duly
before them, the improvement and fu ther perfection of (heir own local gov-
We want the man in Washington with the widest acquaintance, the high-
:Kta ,,am!ing P"'bre a2l lle greates: capacity for guarding the interests of
' Wc mu,t ave '" 0,rice etc m Hawaii (he ablest and most patriotic and
( (unselfish as well as the most efficiepmen that can be brought to the front.
S jK That's all .there is lo it.
"JWhile the people of the mainland are fighting put the national fact'ional
battles, the people of this Territory must get down to the very important
',business of pulling our own house in, order, so that any administration which
our fellow' Americans of the States may place in office will turn to Hawaii
fand find its government efficiently administered under the direction of cap
ile and patriotic men.
We have enough to do here at 'home without going afield and striving to
. ,-ck up and adopt any of the troubles that are smashing up the political
' jhomes of the States whose votes are t, be 'recorded for President.
K Hawaii doesn't need any third parly movement today any more than it
t did in the old Home Rule days.
It wants and must have first class men in the front ranks of political ac-
Tjvity. men who appreciate ihe magnificent future before us, men who can
j (understand what a terrible loss will ,be suffered if we allow factionalism to
prevail and inefficiency lo inevitably rciult.
, tm Let us not attempt to shoulder the burdens of the statesmen, of the main
f IJ. when we have so much to do in minding our own business here and
jRow. We have no vote to cast for President.
! Jk '" 'j16 avs w',en ,',e mainland was in the throes of financial upheaval
&nd disaster. Hawaii stood ill arnnnrl firml. rnnt.,u.i!,..l I 1 i.. i
Jlhe record stands a magnificent tribute
i Efficiency of its business leaders.
It is proper to assume and it is th;
so that when the,balance.''jheet of
,ne,ra" we ha" be found lo have duplicated that high standard when ap
plying ourselves to the science of government.
Forward, is the word gentlemen. Cel together for the welfare of I lawaii.
I'er Six Months $ ,()
Per Year, anywhere In U- S...I.O0
Per Year, anywhere In Canada 1,80
Per Yeur, posti ntd, foreign . . . 2.00
ntrr4 tl tbc Potlottic tl Hunoiiilii
. rDt.rlftf muter
JUNE 24, 1912
good political text.
to determine who is the thief who
-nt government under il. I, -,,,., f
no mnr nr,mn .fA. Ui!...: .L!-
lo the courage, common sense and
highest duly of every man lo do his
our politicaractivitieVisfsummed up '
To commemorate the end of the
flrBt Kchool year of tho Honolulu
School for lli)g, the pupils and a
largo number of friends had ti Jolly
good time Inst Thursday evening In
which a dinner, a general program
and a big bonfire figured conspicu
ously (Ireen and guld, the school colors,
wore used In the decoration of tho
dliilngroonifuiid It made a very pretty
Ilcsldcs tho touchers and trustees
gnthered about the banquet board, the
following guests sat down: Hon. W
I Whitney, Hon. C. V. demons, Dr.
J II Whitney mid Messrs. K. Stiles,
C Crane, .1 .laegar, P. Deverlll. An
appropriate grace wits offered both
berorc und after dinner by I)r. .1. M
Whllnty. Immediately following the
dinner the prices for school work
were presented on the part of the
trustees by C. XI. Cooke. Jr., the prize
High School (icneral work, Pa
hnu; business course, tcld.
Urammur School Upper, ilhlslon
Ji May II; division Z. Tso Shin. Mid
dle, division I, I-i-o Hunt; dlUslon 2,
Intermediate Department Ilhlslon
1, Mutheson; dllsion 2, Seurle 1.
Preparatory Department Judd 2.
The following special prizes were
Assistance to School Norrle,
(Icneral Progress Woh Sing.
Tho prlres consisted of standard
nlithnf(i In wMMi ll(bitiu nml lliitntio .
were well rpreseiitj'd, while the
smaller boys received volumes of old
time fairy stories,
Harbor Police OMlcer A, K. Carter,
who made a flying trip to Maul last
Thursday in the Honolulan, returned
esterday morning In tho Mlkahala
with two prisoners, whom ho arrested
at Pala plantation. Tho prisoners aro
Homer M. Davis and Howard A.
Moore, soldiers, deserted from Kort
linger Juno T, It Is nllcged.
As soon as Carter landed here yes
tenlay he turned the prisoners over to
Major, U. J. Tlmberlako of tho Coast
Artillery Corps ttiul received a receipt
for them. .This morning Carter ro-
rtti I'ntl tlin rlnlilrral lilnllniia nf 1.1a
friends for tho good work he has dono
In this caso. I
When Carter was first informed of
the runaway of the two soldiers ho
got busy Immediately, On learning
tbut tho deserters, had gone to Maul
lie took passage In tho Honolulan last)
Thursday and went direct to Pala, ac
companied by the Deputy Sheriff Of,
walluku, and arrested the prisoners.
They made no resistance
TAG YOUR BICYCLES;
TAX ASSESSOR BRUTAL
Stores (if lilvyili-H, of all ngtx mid.
makes, ure piled up (ln the tnx assess-'
or's utlliv toduy, kIvIiik the ruom the
appearance of an old Junk shop. This
I hei-niiso th re arc ninny blejcle nun I
ers In Honolulu who have fulled to pa
the tax of tl 10 Hpecl.ll otllcerH liuve j
been working all morning, gathering up
the prupirty of the delinquent)., uhiij
now wll be fnrrfil tit imy .1 fee of 60
rents. It uddltlon to tho regular tux.
hs tlip-niipeiise Incurred In niuklng the
OAll r-n tlnlo A ke s . m '
Deett: 88 analysis. 11a. "3d Parl'tv
4.37 cnt.Prevlou. quotation, .'
wh.. ncYiuue qugiauon, in.
For news ..nd the trull. ..boat It ..II
oplo buy the II u lie tin.
! .Pi 1 ' ' 'l
all who are Interested In
the rn'lk question to call
at our depot on 8herldan
street and see how we han
dle the milk delivered to
our customers. To many
the absolute ileanllness of
the depot and the modern
sanitary machinery for the
handling and sealing of
bottles will be a revela
tion. Every dairy under our con
trol is as sanitary as this
depot, and the same Idea
of perfect cleanliness Is
carried out Ino every de
HONOLULU, T. H 'MONDAY, JUNE Z4, 1011
HOUSES FOR RENT
No. of Bedrooms
Tantalus . .....3 ...J-IO.bO,
Kalmukl, 8lh Avenue 3 40.00
Kalla Road 2....C,.. 25.00
Qullck Avenue 2 2500
Klnau 8treel ,.., 3 60.00
Knhala Beach ,,,, 2 105.00
Puunul 8treel 3 60.00
Nuuanu Street 6 75.00
Katakaua Avenue. 3 37.50
Pacific Heights ... 5 100.00
Beretanla Street ..." 4 7500
Wilpio 3 $12.00
Wilder Avenue .., 6 50.00
Wilder Avenue 6 20.00
Pua Lane , 2 17,00
King Street 2 22.50
King Street 2 0.00
Alewa Heights ,, v 2 20.00
Lunolilo Street 3 30.00
Kalmukl, Maunaloa Avenue -.2 27.50
Beckley and Kalihl Road 4 35,00
Young Street 2 20.00
King Street ,.'.....3 3500
Alike Street 3 40.00
Kaill Avenue 2 18.00
Maumae 1..,(8ee book)
Hillside and Lower Manoa Road ....3., 40.00
12th Avenue, Kalmukl 2 27.50
Nuuanu Street 2 35.00
Nuuanu 8treet 2 25.00
Young Street 4 18.00
Pawaa Lane 2 18.00
Magazine Street 3 22.50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
' 'y'';",lutll"n,, ,mxe 1,w" coiisuin.
'.'.'"V" w."" l" '''rPne" wvemment by
postmaster neiiernl lllir.w,w rnr n,u
I Postmaster neiiernl Hitchcock for th
establishment of a direct change of
1 irHtatTaL0 MlntaiT" "'e U"""
I ' "' Mlir"nl""?-
I llTli suggestion lor a wedding apa
ife&r? present $$
fff A Picture from 111
LJL. II r II
WSM gurrey's iamfi
Henry Waterhouse Trust
BEACH PROPERTY 70 feet on Beach, 100 feet on Kalla Road,
or 64,000 sq. ft., with 9 cottages and room for more. Desira
ble for hotel purposes
PUNAHOU DISTRICT House and Lot on Artesian Street.
Lot 75x100 feet Throe bedrooms, parlor, dining-room,
kitchen, bathroom, servants' quarters. Only $2750
PROSPECT STREET Largo Lot with small Cottage for... 3000
Houses For Rent
1638 .Anapunl Street , 2 Bedrooms $35.00
Maklkl Street 2 " 50.00
1633 Anapunl 8treet (for 4 mos. from 7-1-12). 2 " 60.00
Keaaumoku 8treet (2 mos. from 7-1-12) 2 " 60.00
Walklkl , 2 .. 35i00
Lunalllo Street ... .3 Bedrooms $35.00
Matlock Avenue 3 " 27,50
1266 Matlock Avenue 2 " 25.00
Plikol 8treet 3 11 30.00
Lunalllo 8treet '3 " 3o!o0
Kalihl Road and Beckley 8treet 3 " 35.00
Beretanla Street 3 " 25.00
Wilder Avenue (July 15, 1912 4 " 40.00
Walklkl (Jul 16, 1912) . . 2 12.50
Henry , Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREET8
TO CIRCUIT COURT
Heiiltit Abiniaiite. who Is suppoxed to
have Htalibed and killed Private Joseph
IJmtlo ut Iwllel on the night of June
lu, vi-um ehurgeil with murder In Polleo
Ci'int tliU morning Tho defendant
whs (ommlttcil to the Circuit Court fur
tl lilt. Judge MnnHiirrnt having no Juris
diction In the matter
Altitiiunli-. according to Acting Chief
of Deteetltex Kellett, has been under
IHtlkt- siirvelllniK-e slnee the night of
iiiunlir In Iwllel Kellett was able, ho
says, to llnil enough evidence to prove
Unit Alanmiite was linpllniled In tho
slabbing of the soldier.
On the sume night Private City, 11
frit nd of the di ceased soldier, was shot
by someone, as jet unknown
Ahimiinte was arrested by Kellett,
who fouiu " P'llr of bloody scissors as
11 flue Together with tho other cir
cumstantial evidence, the police au
thorities lire now positive that they
have the right man under arrest.
Yir In circulation First In the
Iieiirts of (he people,
That's (he II u I.
1"'. ? ?' U"llBt,n
Ton rich returns.
Two Cottages, Kalihl $1600
.Cottage, Harbottle Lane ,....2000'
Cottage, Harbottle Lane , 1200
Cottage, Harbottle Lane 1750
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 tq. It 1100
Lots 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewalo... '...: '. 1000
2-Bedroom House, Anapunl Street .....v.......'. .4500
3-Bedroom House, Piik'ol 8trect '....... 4750
2. Bedroom House, Lower Punahou Street '....'..' .'.' ti1 2850
Lot on Young Street, '12981 sq, ft 2000
2-Story House, Wilder Avenue.
Lot on Tantalus.
Cottage, Wilder Avenu , 45
Tentalui Residence of General Davie, furnished.
Furnished House, Alexander Street, for 2, months.
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
SALOONS TO BE
Inspector I'ennoII at Iho meeting ol
tho saloon license board this afternoon
will report the result of his Investlga
tlon made Inst Saturday among the
ilg'ncrs of tho petition protecting
against the renewal of the license, to
It. Murakami, owner of a ten-bouse at
G School street. Tho gist of Ills re
port will be Hint tho slgncrK, when
they nut their names 011 the document
wero ghen tho Impression tbat-lt wna
a protest against Murakami only, and
did not reallzo it was woidcd to bo In
opposition to all other saloont or
liquor houses In Iho Fifteenth Precinct
of the Fifth District.
It Is possible that on this charge ol
misrepresentation tho entire petition
will bo thrown out by tho Hoard,
though there is little objection among
the members to-the withholding of tho
Tho other protests brought by the
Antl-Salooil League also will be taken
up for consideration. In addition to a
now batch of licenses, about twenty
seven In number. Another meeting Is
scheduled for Wednesday, and tho
Hoard will continue to sit at Intervals
of n fovfa.B from tho present , time
until Ihe entire number of llc'ensoHfor
the ensuing yenr has bqen ilfetermtn
LATE JOHN FERN
I'ndor-the polleo escort, which Slier
Iff JarrcttBt"Iered out lhl3vmornlng
the remains of '.lie late Jolrt Llplne
Fern, brother of Maor KcnlV who
died cs!erdny In his homo onKlng
fctreet, will bo hurled this nfloiVoon
In tho Knwuialiao cemetery, rnillaln
Chas. II. Ilaker will bo In ehnrgA ol
Iho pollen. N
I.lplue Fern was ynlll recently n
turnkey In tho polleo station, lie lirts
been 111 for somo tl.no. and on that ac
count .Sheriff Jnrrott gavo him p, vacui
won. i.nsi Jiouuav evening ho com
I plained of ncutu pain of the liver nil'!
neiuiu ineuieui uiu louiu nunni roiiei
ho siicciiinheil, dying yesterday morn
in? nt 10:30 o'clock.
Tho remains wero removed lo tho
Sllva undertaking parlor, until the fu
neral Hcrvlccs 'this afternoon a) 3
o'clock. ' ,
I.lplno Fern was nn 'employe of (ho
former Hawaiian Trnmwnys Company
ror elghrecn years. He was born at
Kalualhakokp, Maul, about Til years
ago, and has been a resident of Hono
lulu about twenty-eight years.
I Mr. Fern Is survived by a wife and
two children bv n former marriage.
111s urouicrs aro .Mayor Kern and Hen
ry rem, mid his sisters aro the Misses
Kllzalictli and Mary Ann Fern, both
ot wnoin aro living in Honolulu.
NEW PARK FOR
MUCK, Kauai. Juno 18. Ono of tho
most Important things Land Commis
sioner J. I). Tucker did on Ills recent
trip to Kauai was to confer with W
O. Mcltrydo, tho leading homesUmdliu;
spirit of Kauai, as to tho advisability
of setting asldo lot 23 In tho Oman
homestead tract for public park pur
poses. Tho lot lies as nearly In tho
center of tho tract as possible, Is al
most lovol and tonlnlns OVi acres. Mr.
Tucker was ravorabio to the project
and since his return to Honolulu has
informed Mr, Mcllrydo that upon tho
louirn or (iovcrnor i-rear the neceB-
tary proclamation will bo signed.
tho owners of tho Oman lots are
getting them Into cane as rapidly as
possible, and the Mcllrydo nlaiitatloii
is rallying out n building scheme
which calls for twonty-flyo jiow
houses, much of tho lumber belnc al
ready on tho ground. A movoment Is
well under way to havo water turned
into tho homo of each homesteader as
soon as his homo is ready for occupa
tion. Ersklne M. Phelps Speedy.
Tho Ursklno M. l'holps has made
(ho voyage- around tho Horn In 110
days, nrilvlng at tho Delaware Ilrcak
water June K with sugar. The I'lielps
Is known as 0110 of tho speediest of
tho big wlndjamtiibrs uflont and has
oven better lerords than tho one Just
Tho oil lankshlp Falls of Clydo,
which airhefl shortly after .10011 Sat
urday, Is discharging her 18,000 bar
rels of fuel oil.
Light, solid lcnccs-j-grnoolh, un
broken surfaces nb conspicuous
lines cementing: done away with
no clouding and no lodging
places for dust and dit U .
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