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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU; H. 1., MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1900.
Published Kvery Day except Sunday,
at 210. King Street Honolulu,
T. tf II., by the
BULLETIN PUllLISIUNO COMPANY.
WALLACE II. FAItUlNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOQAN City Editor
Entered nt the Port Onice at Hono
lulu ns second class matter.
the Advertiser, they might Just ns well
give up campaign work. Tim ates of
the people will go to the candidates n j
favor of the enactment of n mtinlcip.11
law at the next session of the Legisla
ture. Such Is the manifest Intent of I
the Republican plntform. This Is no
time for any candldato oj any portion
of the party to attempt to etade m
Issue In the party declaration. of principle.
BUDSCIUPTION RATES. i
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
Per year S.0O
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable, Invariably In advance.
Telephone , .256
Post Onice Dox 718
MONDAY OCTOHEIt 15. 130.1.
FOR DELEO.ATE TO CONORESS,
Clarence L. Crabbe,
W. C. Achl,
George R. Carter.
A. G. H. 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 Pacific Hardware Co,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
ARE BITTER COWARDS.
While the Itepubllcan party of
Hawaii Is having a fight for life on
Its hands where, O where Is Na
tional Committeeman Scwall? Ad
vertiser. Where Is .Mr. Scwall? Where would
nny man of common decency and or
dinary respect for family ties expect
him to be? It Is plain that the Adver
tiser has neither decency not respect
and ennnot appreciate that Harold
Sew all's place at this time Is by the
sldo of his bereaved mother; In the
home that has been visited by death.
If he were clsewhcro he would Indeed
be n despicable whelp worthy of as
sociation with whoever the Advertiser
represents In this low lived fling. Nor
Is this thp only time the Advertiser has
evidenced It utter disregard for mani
fest duty of honorable manhood. On
the day after the news of Arthur Sew
nll's death was received It was the Ad
vertiser that took Immediate occasion
to suggest that the son Harold would
probably not return to Hawaii.
Hut supposing Mr. ?ewnll had not
been called home by the death of his
father, where would his proper place
be? What Is the place of every nation
nl committeeman? He Is at the com
mand of the national committee as
every one knows. Docs any man pos
sessing the common honor of a gentle
man siippoM" that Mark Hnnna, or Joe
Manley who requested Mr. Sewall to be
within call of the national headquar
ters during the progress of the cam
paign, would publish or cause to be
sent to Mr. Sewall the cowardly asnef
Blon uttered by the 'Advertiser. When
this morning organ thus dfsplays Its
absolute disregard for the sanctity of
the home. Mr Sewall may well thank
CJoiI that organ represents the kind of
enemies he has made.
Coodi for5 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 Dimo.nd. 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, yt to 4 inches.
I II X
I I' i
I mvLep J$a
Best Light known
to science and the
ARCH LIGHTS for indoor 'and Out
Installed on short notice for LawnJPartles Luaus orHalls.
1500 or 500 Candle Power.
i WASHINGTON LIGHT, CO
C. W.EMACFARLANE, Manager.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
The adoption of the pink carnation a
the national Republican emblem Is a
campaign featuro that Hawaii can very
readily aicept. The flower girls ought
to do a rushing business for the next
three weeks In pink carnation lcls.
If A. V. Clear has been petitioned by
"several hundred WIUox followers" to
run for the Senate It Is at once appar
ent that Mr. Gear's name on the He
publican ticket would have been r.
marked source of strength to the He
publican party, anil made the Indepen
dent party a nonentity In the legisla
The llllo Tribune gives sound advice
which every Republican who has tak
en part In the primaries and party or
ganization should read, mark, learn
and digest. Every man has a right to
bolt the party If he sees fit, but eveiy
tenet of political honor demands that a
man who calls himself a ItepiJullean
shall vote the straight ticket, lly sign
Ing club rolls and participating In the
primaries every partisan practically
pledges himself to accept the will of
Stores? Fort Kns and Bethel st$-
-VsT. "W. "neia-E-iT1
Painting, Blaoksmithing, Trimming.
FbaotonB, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
HIGH.CL.4.SS WlORK. m
VARIETY 1 OF I DESIGNS
Party fusion after candidates have
been named by all paitles means that
some of the candidates must be pulleu
down. Tho regular candidates of the
Republican party appear at the head of
this column. The Star, which poses as
a Itepubllcan paper, and the Advertiser
which seconds the fusion plan will
kindly Inform the public, what names
should be stricken from the list of He
publican candidates for the Legisla
ture when the Republican voter murks
his ballot. The fusion plan as Us nd
tocates well know Is merely a scheme
for knifing certain candidates.
THE MUNICIPAL PLANK.
George R. Carter makes a serious
error In refusing to respond to the
query on his Interpretation of the mu
nicipal plank In the Republican party
platform. Mr. Carter Is well aware of
the fact that the public considers the
utterances of the Advertiser as a re
flection of the opinions upheld by Mr.
Carter and his particularly Intimate
political associates. The Advertiser In
terprets the term "as soon as practi
cable,' in the municipal plank to
mean no pledge whatever of the party
or candidate. It asserts that the time
for municipal government Is not now,
but "whenever the time shall come In
which they (municipal charters) ought
to foe accepted."
Mr. Carter owes It to the party, he
owes it to himself to make a plain
statement of his position. Falling In
this It is the duty of the Territorial
committee to make a statement that
shall leave no opportunity for mlsun
ilerstandlng on the pa it of a single
voter. The municipal plank Is not a
generality In any sense of the word, ns
regards Its Influence ns an Issue of the
campaign. It Is an Issue, and a very
potent one forthe- success p'r failure of
the HepUWKftn party. If Mr. Carter or
any other candidate on any parly
ticket taket the position outlined by
Sound Republlcnn Advice,
The Tribune bumped up against It
last week when It endeavored to Indi
cate where the line should be drawn
on the question of party organization
and Indiscriminate support of candi
dates. We remember especially one
very Irate Individual who told us In
our sanctum what he thought of tbr
doctrine that a man could not be a
regularly enrolled memler of a Ilcpnli-
llcan precinct club, tlio sole object of
which Is united party action, and still
vote for nny candidate. Independent
Democratic or Mugwumo. he felt Inclln.
ed to. He stopped his subscription to
the Tribune, so he will never see this
article (for of course lih wouldn't iea.1
the paper without paying for It), but
1 rally we should like tc tell him thai
we bear no malice for wn consider Ilia
his course arises from pure and unadul
terated Ignorance of what a member
of n party organization owes to the par
ty and the organization, rather than
from any deliberate intention to weak
en tho cause lie Is pledged to support,
or the candidates he Is bound to .
hold. We will say moreover that wo
have far more respect for this man who
comes out openly and sayH "I am .
bolter; I don't like your candidates,
I won't support them, and I wnnt m
name off tho club list" we have, we
so', more respect for this man than
for those who give tho party a falcj
Idea of Its strength, by leaving their
named on tho rolls, pretending to act
wlththe party and Its nominees, and
then knifing It in the back to satlst,
somo personal grudge or soothe some
We do not wish to bo misunderstood
In this matter, nor let nny one suppofco
that this organ In a mouthpiece for
party bigotry. We respect every man's
opinions upon party nnd national Is
sues, and If any mnn thinks he ought
to voto for the Democratic, Indepen
dent. Prohibition, .Middle-of-the-road
Populist, or nny other conceivable tick
et or combination of tickets, we respect
his opinions, though we may not ap
prove his judgment. Just as In mut
ters religious we can conceive that
man should conscientiously be any
thing from a flro worshipper to a dea
con In n Presbyterian church: but wc
don't expect tho Presbyterian deacon
to go out and kow-tow to a boh Are or
a gasoline stove while his name Is on
the church roll; nor do we expect the
fire worshipper, If he Is genuine, to
take up the collection and lead prayer
meeting In the church whose chief
tenet is to much Are In the next world.
Now the same point applies to the
question In hand. Nobody Is oblige"!
to Jol nthat particular unit of patty
organization known as the precinct
club, and one of the beauties of tho
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 8oo 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,
Room 8, Model Block.
NOW ON EXHIBITION
FORTY SWELL TURNOUTS...
Nowhere else can you find so
large a variety of....
PRICES - THE - LOWEST
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.. LTD.. Alakea St., nr. Merchant
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co.,
Cor. Fobt and Miucham Siphts
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
ThtWoTtd Renowned Bund of Cigars,..,.
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
TRY THEM. ., NONE BETTER.
livery One of Them n Different Style I
WE SELL CARRIA(iE& AS (HEAP AS YOU CAN N.HHI IN 'Ml
IlECAUSI: e t-uy direct Jrom thf ficturle Nine i Jeater cm tin Ccatt,
fc SOME REASONS
Why You Should Buy Your Ciirrlngcu From Us t
You Take No Risks of damage in transportation.
You Have a Chance to Personally Inspect stock and
select something to your liking. If yju cder from the
Coast by cata ogue you are taking chances of getting
something entirely different from wnat it lo ks onpipfr.
Remember! A suir of clothing for $? 1 oks as well on paper
. as one costing s50.oo.
Schuman's Carriage and Harness Repository.
before Inqurlnfe Your Lift consult the best company
and secure the best and most liberal policy as
Issued by the
GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
ol New York
EN1METT MAY, Judd Building,
. Manager tor Hawaii.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
E3 ZfcT Cr I IfcT DE3 E3 13 S
Boilermakers t : and : : Electricians.
Agents for "
The - General - Electric - Company
"7" TTettcii. "Wlxile "STo-u. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL, AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
RtlUtl Witchmn furnished lor stores and property,
tod confidential work of all sorts. ;
Office Room 4 Model Block
Dit City rclcnnctt turclihjd. DiMctlvt
P. () BOX 2S4.
BOUND TO REGISTER
Australian system Is Hint n man can
ro to the polls nnd scratch Just us many
and Just such names as lie pleases
without any dictates save those of his
own conscience; hut when a man joins '!"'. " "-" " "'
the party organization, he pled . ovf "on$Li2.. mommi mm m.
himself .U support thu organization uroay' "" " ,n n WMle,,oul w "nai
and'the candidates It sel&ts'.-U'tlonK at na " ,helr wuy to Walluku to be regis-
CI( 1 4ICJT IIIUVICII 11111 UUltl Wilt 111
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the United from January i:t"
to July nt. looo.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OO.MOcases.
Moet & Chandon 18.413 "
Pommery & Greno 12.283 "
Hledslck & Co , Ury Mono-
,pole 6,000 t'
Louis Roedtrer ? 4U18 "
All other brands 1 270J2 "
TOTAL U.184 "
Compiled from th Official Custom Houst Rtcordi
HACFARLANE & CO., LTD., Sole Agents.
he remnliiB with It. Ho cannot wltn
Justice to his fellow members do any
thing else. On the Mainland, wheie
the rules governing such matters are
stern and Inflexible, a breach of this
duty Is followed by expulsion, sure nnd
swift. If one does not withdraw of his
own accord. The necessity of such u
rule of procedure no one can fall to
see, and It applies to bolting candi
dates as well as to their supporters.
Walluku, Oct. 13. Judge J. V. Kn
lua adjourned the Walluku naturaliza
tion court Slpo die onTuesday after
noon, October 57 after lelng Iri'sesslon
since September 1. With the esceptlon
of the week during middle 6f( Septem
ber which Judge and Mrs. Knlua spent
on Molokal. About seventy of various
nationalities were naturalized nnd all
those who took out papers were regis
tered with the exception of one which
tho noarij o'fjjleglstratlon rejected for
being unable-tp read either HuU-allan
01 English. ' 1
"Fruit Pulps" new ones with Ice
cream, Delicious, nutritious, refresh
ing, at Ilenson Smith & Co.'s Kool Kor
ner soda fountain, Kort and Hotel. J
the bay und during Sunday night the
boat was dragged ashore from Its
moorings and was damaged consider
ably, the keel being broken. The six
natives were driven over to Walluku
where they met the Doard of Registra
tion In Walluku courthouse last Tues
day, and they were all registered: De
fore they left, however, a purse'wns
gotten up to defray the expenses of
repairing the whale boat. Over (CO was
realized, 1S being contributed by the
members of the Doard. The six natives
first met the Hoard of Registration at
Kamalo landing, Molokal, on Sept. 25,
o nthelr return from Honolulu per Le
hua, id the steamer could not, wait
long enough to allow these people to be
registered, so they undertook this last
course left to them, and came tolWnl
luku. ' '
j:GESSLER'S: will refund
; NAGIC si the money
E HEADACHE i If they fail
; WAFERS !i to cure.
jfrWWWWMWfc in.. 10 .t-t.
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents pr
GRAND GLEARANCE SALE
For One Month Only.
In all lines commencing
Saturday, September 29, 1900
Bargains In Grass Cloth (various idors), Handkerchiefs
(embroidered), Heavy Pongee Silk forSuits or Skirts, etc.
GOO KIM.. 210 NUUANU ST. Above Hotel
P. 0-BO WJ . .. TH.lt.
'THE OLDEST CHINESE FIRM Tn HONOLULU.
DwUrg lo Flo Silk b4 Grm Llntot. Cblom M JtpantM Gooil ol All KloJi
no-tt Nuuaou t t.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
itAGOON BI.OCK, MERCHANT STREET.
F-Q.Bess 886 'Hvetln.
P. O. Box ,878
und Builders "
General Business Agency, All Kinds of Latorers Supplies, Carved Stone constantly on
hand, ready to supply. T HAYA8HI, Mgp.
Kitty Street, netir Lityia (A'icn aide), Honolulu, T. of H,
r, a, Box eia
, iMFOBTtR AND DtAltR IN ,
009 Bejietaia. BTOE1.T
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