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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. !., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1900.
GEO. A. DAVIS
GEO D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
Mtorncys and Counsellors at Law
Rooms :m, 203, J02, JuJJ Building,
or. Port and Merclnnt SH.. Honolulu
CHARLES F. PETERSON-
A.ttornoy at Law and
Attorney and Counsellor at
Met: In the Occidental Hotel,
rr of King and Alakea Streets,
, R Aekl. Enoch Johnson.
Attornevfl and Counselors
Me No. 10 West King Street
Snrijeons.Pnyslclans nd Dentists.
Cooper & mcuonaiu.
n. Cik rM-8wtoioa.nl.. ttoe anl to 8 p. m.
Dt McbonalJ loa in. tot p. m
, t to S p m,
Dr. Coorer II u 10 a
Dr. MeDnnilJ 1 to t p. m.
DR. J. T. WAYSON,
Has removed to his new office and resi
dence, Beretanla St., nearly opposite Me
OFFICE HOUKS 0:30 p.m. to 7:50p.m.
DR. W. H. MAYS
ned an office for the practice of
.Medicine and Surgery
at 110 Hetetanla
tirt. nrxt house tevond Central Union
Church. HOUKS: 10 to 12, 1 10 j ana
f to 8: Sundavs. 0 to it. 1 bLl.Piiu.Nfc
DR. C. A. PETERSON
His re-orened his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
r a p.m. J
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence: Corner
Beretanla and Mll'er streets.
Orrici Houbs: to 11 a. m.
1 to 1 p. M.
? to I P. M.
Suhdavs 0.10 to ii:jo . M.
TllEPHONE uii. WHITE. 5Ii
Dr. W. J. Galbraith,
fiee and Residence: Beretanla and
ftlakaa streets. . . ,
Bales Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; i to 4
m, BS.J 7 to 8 p. m.
IR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
jajBBTANIA STREET, (opposite the
aiaUikone tlO. P. 0. Box 601.
Sflee bouts, 8 to 10 a. an.; 1 to 8
ss,; T to I p. sa. Sundays. 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR
iakMl Itrsst, between Emma and Fort.
an: to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. so.
' I f . as.; Sundays. 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours 8noto4
DR. R. 1. MOORE,
OBce: 222 Hotel Street
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
h, C. WALL, D. D. S
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Mti Building, Fort Street
to 4. Telephone 414.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
if it velry.
EI." Gr. BIA.Ha,
404V4 FORT STIIEET.
Office with H. F. Bertleman, Contractor,
King St. opposite wall, mcnois a v-o,
DO ALL kinds of Stone and Concrete
Work at CALIFOKNIA CKlLfcb.
WE make a specialty of constructing
Cement Side Walks at very reasonable
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Done in Crayon or Oil
Picture Framed Ir any styl.
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mouldings for Primes have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
UGg TfcLtPHONL 8Gq
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. t, OZAWA. Maoatar.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Temporary OSlca: Roo.
tut Tl. mi.
opttalr Sprecka1. tout
Wong Sal Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A Pinner Fit Gvaiahtiio
404 Fort St., near King St.
Honolulu, h. I.
Cleanlnf, Dytlng and Rtp.trlni Sp.ci.tty
Y. MAN SING
Has Removed From Fort Stmt to li
Nuuanu Stntt, opp. Goo Kim's
Dresses Made To Order.
A FifiiAssoKTMiNT of African. EnousH and
Scotch CLotm ok Hand
No. S19 Nuuanu itrctt Honolulu, H. I.
Good work and flrttcla.i fit suitantttd
Clothts Claintl and RtpitrtJ
trcbltects, Contractors and Builders
fobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor ui Builder.
Stott anl Offlct Flttlnt.
Plans ani Eitlmatet Furnithed.
1488 Hotel Street, near Barracks.
H. L. KERR & CO,
Architects and Builders
Geo. W. Part
F. W. Bearlilea
P. O. Bot lit
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
rch!tcct8 & Bulldcra
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. 1.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
tt Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen strait. Honolnln
1. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
0 resr of old stand. Entrance on Klni
(rest. Or'ars left at either shop, or office,
t .'ohn Nott'r- Cars, Kin? street, will re
'vs rromc i.tteri!no. C4TI-tf
Leather Goods ! !
A fine Sample line
NEWS CO., LTD.
P. O. Box ,ja lilinj CorretronJenc. Solicited.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Cut and Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou
quets. Decorators for Weddings and Recep
tions. Floral Deslens for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
tOOM NO. 10, SPRECKELfl BLOCS
Plantation Work a Specialty,
tt Hotel Street, II. I.
Kapa. Calabaihei, Lell, Natlv. Hell, Hula Skirt..
Nllhau Mate. Fani, Shall., Stedi, Etc., Homemade
Pol, coDitantly on hand. TELEPHONE C;g
Visiting Candidates Talk
at Rally Last Night
DUPLICITY OF WILCOX !
BROUGHT TO THE FRONT-
Talk Abbut RestorationQueen Said
to Endorse David McClanahan
Takes Up Issues of
The elements were against the Demo
ctatlc rally last night. Moisture above
ami mire heneath hml to be gone
through hy nil who left their happy
homes fop politics or anything cle.
Nevertheless n quarter of on hour be-1
fore the appointed time fo. opening the I
had a 1111 of people. Unouch wero loi
tering In the lobby to more than fill
all the vncnnt seats In the auditorium.
Gleams of millinery throughout the nil
UIei.ee made an Inspiring feature.
Col. C. J. McCarthy nil01)tng ,ll0 emblonin, in this cam
ami tho talent were ,)agni of Ulc ,)nouou anij tabu sticks,
cheered as they came up- Wi. llull u riKilt l0 thogc n8Knla
on the stage. With tha Territorial
Committee clinlrman tr.ert.. were jonn 1
E. Hush, I' rank Harvey, h. K. I.lllKa- KaninKou, Achl, Coelho and Naone,
lanl, Thos. Clnrk, John Illchar.lson nnd bo woul, g0 ball tllttt thc Ucpubll
ami UenJ. I.yon of Maul, S. K. Kaloa, caM wulll , je foun,i wanting.
John Wise, It. W. Holt. Abraham Fer
nandez, I'. II. McClnnnlinn, II. K. Moss
man, l'nlnaki of Mololtul nnd Hapal
nul. A portrait of I'rlnco David nnd
the Kansas City Hawaiian bnnncr with
Hawaiian nnd American lings wero thc
Col. .McCarthy, on calling the meet
ing to order, said this rally uas for
hearing some candidates from the oth
er Islands nnd candidates of Oahti who
had been campaigning outside.
Voice XIr- dark was the first
from speaker. He said that 1
Maul. when n number of the
Aloha Alnn In 1S9S he iccommcndei!
that the Congress of the United States
be petitioned to grant the Hawaiian
tho political rights they were now en
joying. Wilcox, Knlattoklant nnd Kau
lla then opposed that advice and caus
ed Its rejection, saying that they should
ask Congress, to restore the monarchy
and nothing less. Tho lights they now
enjoyed of life, liberty and the pursuit
of happiness they owed to the Demo
crats In Congress. Wllco:c did nothing
to secure those rights. The Republi
cans claimed the credit for giving them
their rights, but the claim was not a
true one. It was Hepubllcuns who had
put In the Hawnllan bill restrictions
on their rights. Democratic members
of Congress were the rreuns of having
tho obnoxious features struc kout, Wil
cox wiote to the speaker from Seattle
saying he was going to Washington to
work for restoration. When he got
to Washington he wrat'- that restora
tion was a dead Issue. Mr, Clark ad
vised his hearers not to follow blind
bats who could not bear the light,
but Join with the Democratic party In
perpetuating the prcclot'.s rights they
had received. Now they had reached
tho promised land of Canaan nnd could
taste the milk and honey of liberty.
Look at what the nlllci had accom
plished by union In relieving Peking.
Union should bo their policy. Vote for
I'rlnco David for Delccntn to Congress
and thus show, as they had dono tho
past seven years, their love for the
chiefs. If they considered they had
all their rights under tin American
flag they should choose tt as their own,
but If they thought restoration of tho
monarchy would be better they were
entitled to their opinion. Mr. Clark
was frequently applauded.
Chnoae John I!- wlso nn
Your nounced himself a
Pnrty. Democrat so long as the
Democratic party acted up to Its pro
fessions. Therb wero three parties to
choose between. Tho Republicans
claimed to be the nuthors of nil their
benefits. Had they made tho neces
saries of life cheaper? DM they pay
less for their pol? Tho Republicans
promised continued prosperity. At tho
snino time sugar was going down In
price. It would fall still lower when
the Philippines and Cuba tbould supply
the United States with all the sugar It
needed. Where would their wages bo
then? If the antl-lmperlnl policy of
tho Democrats prevalleJ tho Philip
pines and Cuba would be free and their
sugars would not come Into competi
tion with the Hawaiian product. Mr,
Wise then went Into personal compari
sons between candidates of different
parties, scoring some of tho Republi
cans for their actions In 1893 nnd 1895,
He pitched Into the Independents In
this connection for setting aside Mac
farlane and picking up Emmeluth. The
missionaries had taken him up to a
great height and showed him all good
things which would havo been his If ho
bad fallen down ant worshipped them.
When It came to a question of his
country, however, he took the side of
his mother. The Republicans promised
the Queen a pension. V'hy did she
have to nwalt their geneioslty theso
past secn years? Tho Democratic
party In the States was blamed for tho
present stagnation In Hawaii, Tho
real cause was right here, In the failure
of the American Sugar Co. and other
new enterprises, which prevented Am
H II CELEBRATED l X
( STOMACH -
rtco-rei plon In a few hourt anl ll re;oiIMe lo
consttpatt n, InJIgtttlon, 6yspeptla, lanruor, perv
oumeseani all liter nj klin-v Ills. Wher.ttiete
It fne or all o( tlicte al roentt Hoetetter'l stomach
Bluer ahouU be taken at once. It presents aft well
a, turta a I at.iT.ach. lilt, ar J la a tpeclrlc lor malaria
anJ f.ver anJ .mt. When ou Bet It t that a
PRIVATE HtVtNUE STAMP CovelJ tlieneck,ot
the- bo tit.
STm " SThMAiIH
rc(m ,.,,, from ,, lhclr
money In Ilawnll. I'rlnco David was
1 accused of being too yomig to serve
tho country well, yet war he not In
1S93 sent as their delcgnto to Wash
i tngton along with Hun. Paul Neumann.
Their innilldatn hml been ridiculed for
but tlc (jllecll nnJ lbo i.-nce7 Weigh
,iiclr L.ullli,atC8 against it.ch men as
GccJ i:. K. I.UIknlanl said
Into I'rlnco Divi.l hud at Ilrst
llutopy. ilecllned the nomliinttun,
accepting It'ultlmately at the rupiest of
the Queen. Tor seen ears they had
einalned lojul to their country nnd
their chiefs, but ar.nexr.tion had now
become an accomplished fact of which
there iould bo no recall. They enjoy
cd full rights of American citizens un
der the Territorial Act. Sam 1'arker
was l'rcmlcr at the overthrow of thc
monarchy, nnd It was his cowardice
that permitted thc bluff to be played.
It was his duty to have presened the
dignity and Integrity of thc throne.
And In tho uprising of Diamond Head
In 1S93 it was the Iriecolutlon and
cowardice of Wilcox that caused so
many Hawaltans to bo cas Into prison.
Two great parties controlled the affairs
of the United States. No Independent
party had any standing there.
The Old John T:. Hush, who had
War been very kindly Inter-
llut-Hc. pretlng tho previous
speakers fur the lliilletlu reporter pri
vately, begun his own remuiks In Eng
lish by gcnernl request. He said the
Democratic platform was one that
every man could support When told
that the Republicans hid freed the
niggers, he rejltlcd that In doing bo
they had enslaved tho whites In these
Islands. Such sugar barons as Uald
wln and Alexander held tl'om In chains.
Tho Republicans had a prcat deal of
gall In claiming to have 1'h'en the Ha
wallans the franchise. When tho Ha
waiian bill left tho hands ot Dole,
l'reur, Morgan & Co. tt had n high
property franclhse. What had A. S.
Hnrtwcll and W. O. Sm'th gono to
Washington for, but to prevent tho Ha-
wallans from getting equal rights? The
Republicans had, in spite of all, man
aged to debar rrom the Irnnchise a
large proportion of tho I'm tugueso who
had carried guns to bring about an
nexation. They hired Asiatics on pub
lic works nt l a day, because, they
would havo to pay $1.00 u day to Ha
wallans and Portuguese. Tho Demo
crats hail no Asiatic with waxed mous
tache ends on their ticket. They had
Hawallans whom they could tespect.
There was Sam Parker, the beef trust
man, nt tho head of tho Republican
ticket. It was ho who refused to send
a small force, when ono was offered
by a man sitting right there, to stop the
bluft of the Doston In 1S93. They were
asked to elect him because, ho had
hobnobbed with Illlf McKlnlcy. Par
ker claimed that he had McKlnlcy com
mitted to Statehood for Hawaii. It was
a He. Tho New York Tilhuno had dls
ci edited tho statement. While ho re
joiced In tho liberty given them by tho
United States, it was his appteclatlon
of tho principles of tho American con
stitution that mado him tovolt nt tho
action of tho United States In Hawaii.
Ho objected to bo taken by tho butt
of tho breeches nnd tho bcruff of tho
neck nnd bundled Into Ar.ierlcu. While
tho event was In tho past, tho sore of It
was forever Indelible. Mr, Hush re
called 1895 when men wero thrown into
prison and kept thero for months only
to be turned out without a trial. Switch
lug off Into Hawaiian the rpcaker was
met with Interruptions. Bomeono ask
ed him about Klnnoy, In an Impas
sioned retort ho broke nut in English
to say that ho hail not llko Wilcox
Joined tho Annexation Club and be
come one of Its vice presidents. Wil
cox was a disgrace to his country,
Ono H. '- Mobsman was re'
01 the celved with uproarious
Boyti. npplause ns ho camo for
ward to make his maiden speech at a
largo city gathering. Tho Beeds of
Democratic principles uro planted
hero In 1893 when Grover Claveland nt
temptcd to restoro the monarchy. Mr.
Mossmnn dramatically portrayed the
scene of August 12, 1898, when tho Ha
waiian ling was replaced by tho Stars
and 8tllpes. Proceeding with a. gen-
(Continued on page 7.)
Real Estate and Insurance.
rtjFfFwv wm w .-f
LelU'JW and JrJURlij
AOENTB FOR ..
New England MutuAl Lifb In
surance Co. of Boston.
.-Etna Fire insurance Compaot
HENRT ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchtng.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular ittanttoa lrM to w elate aal tala al
Hawaiian Sutar Stock.
Loaot NtMlata4. latttn aa4 Fanlft Staake
403 Calltornla St.,
Ban Fi-ticUco, Cl. IJJl
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Hawaiian Stock ttchaatt.
Mclnerny Block, Fort Btreet.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brokej.
Meaber of tta Honolola Stock Bicktat.
Office Queen street, opposite Union
relepboae 50S P.O. Boa 1,1
Beer and line Dealers.
Importers, and Wholesale
Wine anil Ltwr
Aiaatt lor tba Bottle! Rainier Bear el aeattle
No. 19 NtroANU Btreet
Fottar Block. Honolulu. Hawaiian IstAsos.
P. O. Boa lie. Mutual Tetephoat tcl.
30NSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS ANI
125 Queen Btreet, Honolnln, H
onsoliilated Sofla Water Co., L'c
orner Alias V Fort Sli., Honolulu
In It? New Quarters on Hotel St.
UNDER THEMANAGEMENJ '
T. A. SIMPSON
LATE OF THE CRITERION
Enteipr if e Beer on Draught
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Buperlntendlncc
Eloctro-ilydraullc Power TranamlaaloB
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. , . ,
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office next to Pot-cace. ISSI
JAMES T. TAYLOB,
S06 Judd Block. Tele. 6SS.
Honolulu Iron Works Ci
Improved and modern SCOAR MA
CHINERY ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for lrrlgaUoe
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest noUce.
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ood paper for
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Incorporated under the Laws ot
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Paid Capital $000,000
Undivided Profits 108,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charles M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice President
C. II. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atherton .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouee, Tom May, F. W.
Macfarlano, E. D. Tenney, J. A. M:
Candless. Solicits the Accounts ot Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
promptly nnd carefully attend to all
business connected ylth banking en
trusted to It. Sell and Purchase For
eign Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
passbooks, copies of which may be had
BISJBOr 4e go.
Savings Deposits will bs
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per oent;
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ulatlons may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP tt 00.
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aoieinall tho principal citit s
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1,1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per cent., (this
form .will not bear interest
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turbed for oho month), 3
months 3 per cent, 6 months
3J per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEC. 11, 18S, 1U,I7TJ
Money loaned on approved security,,
A Savings Bank tor monthly deposit.
Houses built on the monthly Install.
Twentieth Serl . ot Stock It ntra
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pratt
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; C. .
Cray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS-?. F. Lansing, B. B.
Rose. A. V. Gear, 'A. W. Keech, Henri
Smith, J, L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. a,
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Office Hours; 12:301:50 p. m.
TIjb Yokohama gpecie Bail;
Subscrfbti Capital , ..e.Ven 94,000,000
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Pali Up Capital.. Ytn .8,000,0.
Rwvt4hjnJ.?,'., ....I YfiU.tjo.o.
Heal Office, Yokohama.
The Bank bnys and receives tor asaV
lecUon Bills ot Exchange, Issues Draft
and Letters ot Credit, and trtisttji
a general banking business.
Oa Fleeo Dtpo.lt lor i. tao.tba, a per ml p. s,
On Rut Dtpotlt lor 6 noma., K "
Oa FU.& Dapo.lt tor i tap.,
Branch ol the Yokohama Specif Bank,
Haw RepnMlc Bulling. Ill UiHLot, Homii'
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