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."THE. EVENNG BULLET1N: HONOLULU,' H.. I.,, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1900..
AtKr . K i
' Evening Bulletin
Published Every Da) except Sunday,
st 210 King- Street, Honolulu,
T. of 11., by the
BUUjETlN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE It. FAHHINOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Entered at the Post Ofllce at Hono
lulu ns second class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
Per year " " " S.00
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Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Onico Box 718
SATURDAY OCTOHUR 0, 1900.
FOR DELEQATE TO CONGRESS,
Clarence L. Crabbe,
W. C. Achl,
George R. Carter.
A. G. M. Robertson,
J. W. Keikl,
A. F. Gllflllan,
Wm. H. Hoogs,
L. L. McCandless,
J. L. Kaulukou,
L. J. McCabe,
H. R. Hitchcock,
W. J. Coelho.
The telephone company seems to bi
ra!ng the way for a well organlze.l
competitor as rapidly as possible.
Irotectlon for the homes of the lu
borers and prosperity for all are tre
foundation principles which the Repul
llcan party promises to fulfill.
The long lino of men at the Rcglstr.i
tlor olllco during the hours of the
Board session today should convince
the laggards that they must get li
eaily If they desire to have a vote nt
the November election.
I-rce trade for Asiatics In the lnbor
market must o'f necessity be a promt'
nent plank In the Democratic platform
since Its local stump speakers declaro
the Republicans are committing n
grievous wrong In protecting the bonus
of laborers from Asiatic competition.
Mr: I.tghtfoot had been granted Hi
for u horse. The horse died and liore
III) e coBts more than It comes to. No
ai tlon. This Item from the Board of
Education report reminds one of tho
kv.g discussions on weighty subjects
and "no action' of the "exccutUe
council" on account of lack of funds
The Democrats are staggering as
usual under a multiplicity of Issues
that do not fit all parts of the eotmtiy.
They tan not talk free Mher lu tho
Endi, they dare not ureas anti-expin-
clun In the West, they fear to dwell on
trie trade In the manufacturing din
ttlcts, and the "consent of tho govern
cd" Is an expression non grata In the
Mr. Pettlgrew complains that Im
mcnte sums of money are being poured
Intu South Dakota to defeat his re
election to the Senate. This Is the same
Hi-. Pettlgrow who recently tried to
discredit tho word of Admiral Dewey
by publishing a letter from one of his
Filipino correspondents The trouble
with Pettlgrew lu that he has been
homo long enough to ascertain that tho
So ifh Dakota people pfopose to have a
rtpierentnthe In the Senate who will
look after their Inteiests and not do
vote his entire time to 'encouraging (ho
enemies of his country .
"If there Is nny one who believes tho
gold standard Is a good thing, or that
It must be maintained, I warn him not
to rust his oto for me because I prom
Ise him It will not bo maintained lu
th!r country longer than I am nblu to
get rid of It."
Tnli statement was mado by William
J, Hrjan In one of his public speeches
as Democratic candidate. Of necessity
tho Democrats of Hawaii must accept
this policy. Do the working men of
this Territory want cheap money ndvo
-cates In power?
INSTRUCTION OP VOTBR8.
Instruction of voters In the prepara
tlon and casting of their ballots Is by
no means the least Important duty uV
vultlng upon party workers. In view
of the rather complex system for
which the Territorial law provides this
detailed Instruction should not be con-
unco, io mo Bo-cauea -ignorant- vot
er and those who have never taken
part In the elections before.
Mnuy n man who has voted straight
t'ekets under the Australian ballot sys
tem In vogue In the States Is In danger
o having his ballot counted out
through n mistake occasioned by over
confidence- and the belief that ho knows
Just whnt to do. In the majority of
the States the Australian ballot law
separates the candidates under dis
tinctive party headings, Republican
and Democrat. To vote the straight
tlclct requires only n single cross op
roslle the name of the party. Only the
voter who "scratches" the ticket maiks
tho names of Individual candidate.
All the names are on one ballot and all
ballots are cast In one box. Tho way
i' the "straight ticket" voter Is maje
at easy as possible.
Iiuwalt, ever prone to conditions
' quite different" has an election law
apparently drawn to make voting a?
complex and difficult for the straight
voter ns for the mugwump with no par
According to the preparations made
by the government under our'olcctto.i
hw. there will be four separate bal
lot two for delegates and one cacli
for senators nnd representatives of
thrfe distinct colors to be placed
In three separate ballot boxes. The
two ballots for delegate will
lotitaln thrco names; the voter
marks a cross (X) opposite one an I
I '.u-cs his ballots in the box for dele
m'c. The ballot for senators contains
th" names of all the candidates for sen
ator arranged In alphabetical order,
Tin' voter on this Island marks six.
Still another ballot contains the names
of the candidates for Representatives
In alphabetical order. Tho oter lu
eich district marks six names. Hav
ing marked the four ballots, the voter
deposits each In the special box pre-
pried for It. A mistake in the mark'
lr.g or placing a ballot In the wrong
bo nullifies tho ballots
This Is all done In strict conformity
with the law, but to carry nut all the
details of costing a ballot correctly
might puzzle a Philadelphia lawyer, lu
fact the lawyer confident that he knows
It all might be more liable to error
than the young man who casts his first
ballot. Every voter should see to It
that he thoroughly understands the
method of voting, both to Insure tho
counting of his ballot and prevent dc
la.vc. Time atone will be an Important
facte r on election day and unless the
voters nro rustled up early there Is a
possible danger of the full voto not
being taken before the hour of closing
Judge Ustee's decision that no man
shculd be naturalized In Hawaii if he
caur.ot read and write falls to do full
Jnf tlce to a considerable class of people
who have homes here, nro hardworking
c!tl7ens nnd have reared Intelligent
and well educated families. It does not
necessarily follow that because a man
cr'inot read and write, he does not ap
preciate the value of an education. In
fiel qulto the rcverso has proven true
heio In Hawaii. Among tho lnborcis
t'int have come to this country a large
proportion are unable to read and write
"Vin their own language. They htiv,
however, proved good citizens, and al
iust without exception are careful tlt.'t
their children Bliall bo well educated
The difficulty over health certificates
In th eoutside districts presents a solid
argument In favor of municipal gov
ernment. The present centralized
tern Is cumbersome nnd Ineffective.
With the people of each Island In con
trol of their schools It would be poj
I'j1p for the local olllccrs to take lm
HKiilnte action and secure Immediate
It Is the duty of all Republicans
to REGISTER AT ONCE.
The following teams will cross bats
on the grounds of Kamehamehu school
this afternoon at 3 o'clock:
K. O. Hall & Son W. Mann, c; II.
Kan!, p.; E. II. Paris, lb.; S. Kokl,
2b. R. Renter, 3b.; J. Aklna, ss.; .1.
Mahoe, rf.; J. Hausmann, cf.; J, Ay
lett, If.; Pat.Qleason and Wlllkokl,
Knmchnmcha J, Kekuewa, c.; W.
I.omnn, p.; V. Crockett, lb.; X), Harbot
tie, 2b.; A. Keanu, 3b.; D. Kaal, ss.;
O. Jones, rf.; E. Rosevvarno, cf.; A.
Richards, If.; D. Kauhl and E. Hamau
REGISTRATION ROLLS ARE NOW
OPEN IN HONOLULU IT IS THE
DUTY OP EVERY REPUBLICAN TO
REGISTER AT ONCE
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the IJnltrd from Jwunrvi't
to jiiIv 1st. IOOO.
G. H. MUMH & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY GO.MOcases.
Vloet & Chandon 18.413 "
Pommcry & Greno ... 12,283 "
Hledslck & Co , Ury Mono-
- pole 0,000 "
Louis Roederer 4.418 "
All other brands 27012 "
TOTAL ,...135,184 "
Compiled from tin Official Cuitotn House Record,
MACFARLAHE & CO., LTD., Sole tynts.
The Pacific Hardware Co.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED .
Gj'ods for the household, for the plumber, for contractors,
builders and carpenters
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, yi to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
stores Fort Kin? and BethdSts.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from' an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
GRAND GLEARANCE SALE
For One Month Only.
In all lines commencing
Saturday, September 29, 1900
Bargains In Grass Cloth (various tolirs), Handkerchief!)
(embroidered), Heavy Pongee Silk forSults or Skirts, etc.
GOO KIM, 210 NUUANU ST, Above Hote,
Carriage and Harness Repository
....HAS ON EXHIBITION
BECAUSE we buy direct from the factories same as dealers on the Coast.
Why You Should Buy Your Carriage From Us :
YOU TAKE NO RISKS of damage in transportation.
YOU HAVE A CHANCE TO PERSONALLY INSPECT stock and
, select something to your liking. If you order from the Coast by cata
logue you are taking chances of getting something entirely different from
what it looks on oaper;
REMEMBER ! A suit of clothing for $J.OO looks as well on paper as on
WB GUARANTEE our goods to be as represented, and will make good any
defects caused by bad workmanship or imperfect material.
We also keep oil hand a Full Line of Harness, Whips, Laprobes, Lamps, Brushes, etc.
Sole Agent, Studebaker Bros., M'f'g Co., the largest
of Tlieaan. a HDiffexerrt Strle I
Wit00 vfa "
1 1 ,.'
i WASHINGTON LIGHT CO;
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
"To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,!
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of; New York City, and are
prepared lo furnish special delgn. ' . t
w. "w T7IIa-23:T,
Painting, Blacksm Hiring, Trimming.
Phaetons, Baggies and Hacks Manufactured.
Before Insuring Your LHe consult the beet company
and secure the best and most liberal policy as
Issued by the :
GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CQ.
ot New York
BMMETT MAY, Judd Building,
Manager tor Hawaii.
Catton, Neil! & Co., Ltd.
E3 3iT Q- X IK DB El 23 S
Boilermakers : t and : : Electricians.
The - General -
General Merchandise, Diay Goods, Groceries,
Japanese Provisions, etc
. O- IBosc 886
factory in the world.
Rett I.lffht known
to science and the
ARCH LIGHTS for indoor and Out
. " , r
Installed on short notice for Lawn Parties Luaus or Halls.
Lights Rented by Month.
1500 or 600 Candle Power.
Electric - Companj
Put in one of our
A large shipment of Fans direct or
alternating current for use on either
desk or celllnc.
CALL AND SEE THEM?
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
Office: 46 Merohant St.
JLC6 Delivered Free
To any port of the city
Oahu Ice and
Tel., 3151 Blue. KO. Box 600.
ISrlce will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO CUNTS EACH
On sale at office of . . ,
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