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TMG EVENING UULLETINl 'HONOLULU, H. I. FRIDAY, OtiTOBBK iG, 1900.
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BUM.KTIN rUUMBIUXfl COMl'ANV,
WAt.l.ACK H. KAIllUNnTON' ..IMItnr
DANli:l. LOOAN City Editor
Kntcrcd nt tlie I'ot OHlce nt llouo
lulu na second clan matter.
for month, nny where In U. S. , .$ .75
Per year S.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In ntlvancc.
Post Office, llox .....718
ntlDAY OCTOlIHtl 26, 1000.
FOR DELEOATE TO CONORESS,
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,
John C. Lane,
H. R. Hitchcock,
W. J. Coelho.
In conjunction with Catullilnle llry
nn'n rminliiK reception In New York
rlty nt the lunula of Dors C'roker nmt
Tnmtnauy llnll, Harper's Weekly pnli
llaheil nn arraignment of the Demo
crallo Tammany llnll administration
In the great city of New York which
displays what Demoi'mile rule mean
to the poor people, Dunklin Matlicwn
the nutlior of the article In each ami
every Instance refers to conditions of
fthlch he Is personally coRiiltnlit anil
the. result Is the most severe Impend)-
ment of municipal iifflrirt that has
c)er been known slnre th days of lloss
Mntbews shows that tho money for
the, big llrsnn nccptltm came from
the brothels and dens of vice whose
proprietors arc allowed to carry on
their business contrary to law on con
dition that they pay blood money Into
the coffers of Tammany Halt. He shows
that crime has Increased under lloss
Crokcr's rule, that the homes of refuge
for fallen women nnd destitute children
nre crowded to tho doori ns a direct
result of the protection given vice by
Tammany leaders nnd their heelers,
He shows that the death rate among
the children of the poor has Increased
nt a remarkable rule as a direct result
of Doss Croker'B control In tho Ice
trust and Tammany protection to Ir
responsible nnd corrupt merchants who
hold the poor In the hollow of their
hands. Ho shows that the ghouls who
go In to surrounding country towns to
lure young women to lives of sin In
New York city, pay tribute to Tnm
mnny police for refusal to Interfere
In thelj- business. He thows that tho
enthusiasm of llryan'a great reception
was directly due to Doss Croker's order
that New York should be allowed to
run ns a "wide open" town and vice
have free sway.
This he offers as a sample of Demo
cratlc rule In the city of New York,
and he draws attention to the fact well
known throughout tho United States
that this same Doss Crokcr has been
promised the control of the Kcdernl
patronage In New York provided llry
an Is elected; this same lloss Croker
who crushes tho poor In New York
city Is to become a nov-r In the nation
II the Democrats and Iirynn arc trl
umphnnt. The response of the honest,
respectable people of the city and stale
of New York Is not In doubt, lloss
Croker will neer be allowed to rule
the nation, which he would do If the
Democratic candidate for President
The Pacific Hardware Co,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods 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, Vi to 4 inches.
I Transcendent Light
to science nnd the
J ARCH LIGHTS for indoor and Out
Installed on short notice for Lawn I'sitln Luaus or Halls.
Lights Rented by Month.
1600 op 500 Candle Power.
I WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. W. MACFARLANB, Manager.
Lively Rumpus Raised Over
Vaccination of Children in Schools
(Continued from page 1.)
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
Painting, Blackemithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
VARIETY OF ' DESIGNS
The straight Republican ticket Is tho
only vote that Is recognlrcd ns n Re
You can bet your bottom dollar that
Uncle Sam docs not allow his preserves
to be placed at the mercy of a private
There's ono good thins about poll
tics, tho thing Is Bcttled one way or
the other on election day. Hut this now
telephone "system" seems due to go on
nven Mark Twain In his most solemn
moments Is unnble to take Bryan seri
ously. The Democrats with llryan nt
their head are fast becoming notable
Robert Wilcox nnd his followers are
fast coming to know that the people of
Hawaii prefer a man of sense to a
"man of steel." Honest Ham Parker is
the man who fulfills the requirements
of the people tor Delegate to Congiesb.
Storess Fort' Kin& and Bethel sts-
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Walalae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium I
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes cently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
WATBR tan be piped fromia 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.
jr r jjr ttb
Nowhere else can you find so
large a variety of
PRICES - THE - LOWEST
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD., Alakea St., nr. Merchant
THE HONOLULU TOBACCO CO., LTD., beg leave to
inform their friend and the public ycncrally that they have
moved into their new store corner of Hotel and Fort Streets
where they will he pleaml to receive a continuance of former
patronage. None but high grade gvmis kcit in stock. Box
goods o specialty.
Delegate Sam Parker plays a very
safe gamo when he nicmises Prince
David that he will resign If llryan Is
elected President. This Is not n Dem
ocratic year. Hanking on McKlnley's
flection Is like taking the "sure thing"
end of a bet.
Legislative candidates who seek to
hedge, on the municipal question need
have no fear of being called by the
peoplo 'to take a seat In either the
House or Senate. Democratic candi
dates have been notably slow to de
clare themselves on this point
The appearance of Honolulu Iron
Works men In the Republican parade
demonstrates that thess worklngmen
know that the success of the Democra
tic party means they will be thrown
out of employment. Republican rule
has always given the worklngmen prosperity.
The magnificent reception given Hon.
Samuel Parker last night shows the
temper of the people on tlit) question of
Hawaii's first delegate to Congress.
Opposing parties may cast slurs as po
litical necessity may suggest upon the
loyalty of party workers, but every
Democrat, overy Independent and every
Republican knows that the greeting
given tho Republican cmdldato came
from the hearts of tho jicoplo and
means solid votes for Samuel I'nrker
when the peoplo go to tho polls. Sucn
crowds, such cheering, such enthu
siasm Is not tho creature of disloyalty
or halt hearted support. It means that
the peoplo aio with. Parker, that tliey
admire, respect' and have unquestioned
conddenco In his honesty and ability.
It means that Parker will carry the Isl
and of Onhu nnd every outside district
by an overwhelming majority.
matter of vaccination, but supposed
she would have to hav It done. She
asked me to report to her If such was
the case, nnd to have the children vac
cinated In school. 1 reported the con-
creation to Dr. Howard, nnd he agreed
that tho children should not be vac
cinated here. Later he ('.Id vaccinate
one of these children, and seemed to
me to mnkc light of tho matter when I
told him what he had done. As there
was a good deal of confusion In the
room, owing to a kind of panic which
his work had produced upon the littlo
fellows, 1 assumed that tho vaccination
of this boy was a mistake. So I re
quested him to find out the names of
the children before vaccinating them,
to avoid further) errors and tho work
went on. Shortly nfter I went where
he wa snn d found him on the point of
vaccinating another of the Markham
boys. I called his attention to the mat
ter, and he ngalu seemd to mo to re
fuse to consider tho matter seriously,
I then told him that If he got himself
prosecuted for vaccinating tho boy ho
had vaccinated he would gel what ho
deserved, nnd what ho would get If
the child wero mine. But this remark
was made without any reference to tho
vaccinations In general, but only with
reference to tho vaccination of tho
Markham boy. This Dr. Howard will
be able to recall.
As to the threat that 1 would make
complaint of his manner of examining
tho pupils, the Dr. probably Inferred
this from my using the word protest.
What I said was that or. his represen
tation that the pupils of the High
school and all other schools had been
examined In the manner ho wished I
would submit but under protest, as I
did not consider it proper. ;
I nm pleased to note that Dr. Wood
does not consider it necessary that
the boys of a room be stripped to the
waist all together, as this is what I
did not consider proper, hnd it was on
this point that Dr. Howard and I dif
fered. Yours very truly.
HENRY S. TOWNSEND,
THE TEACHING RULE.
Tho following appointments by the
Superintendent .were!npjroved fiy" the
Commissioners! "' "
NOW ON EXHIBITION
FORTY SWELL TURNOUTS.
Every One of Them n Different Style t
Catton, Neil! & Co., Ltd.
EJ IN" O-1 3iT E3 33 ZE3 S
Boilermakers : t and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Gompanj
o 000000000000000000000c 00 00000c oo
i ONE GLASS OF AAA A A A A A A A A A A A A X
Is worth two of any other
It touches the right spot on a
IMPORTS OP CHAMPAGNE
lnt the United trom January lT
to Julv 1st. 1000.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
Moet & Chandon 18,413 "
Pommery & Greno 12,283 "
Hledslck ii Co., Dry Mono-
pole t....V 6,009 "
Louis Roederer 4,418 "
All other brands 27012 "
TOTAL 135,184 "
CcmplleJ trom th Official Custom House Records
HACFARUHE S CO., LTD., Suit IgtDts.
WE SELL CARRIiUiES AS (HEAP AS YOU CAN BUY THEM IN TOM
BECAUSE c buy dimt from the f actorlct itme ai dtalrrs n the Coitl.
Why You Should Buy Your CarrluficH Prom U 1
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'ogue you are taking chances of getting
something entirely different from what it Iojks on paper.
Remember! A suit of clothing for 5 l.oks as well on paper
as one costing 550.00.
Schuman's Carriage and Harness Repository.
Try it! g
Holualoa Mrs. Bello P. Mayilwell
and Miss Lucie Born.
Konawaena H. T, Mills, principal,
transferred from Napoopoo, In place of
Mrs. Sunter, resigned.
Walalua Akunt Ahau In place of
Mnr'Sllvn, transferred Z 1
Monaunau William Hu.
Kaupo Andrew Him, assistant tern
porrally in place of Miss Desha, re
signed on account of ill health,
Kauaea Miss Hattle Elderts In
place of Miss Uycrott, resigned.
Christian Andrews wat., on the re
port of Inspector T. II. Gibson, trans
ferred from Hauula, Oahu, to Napoo
poo, Hawaii, in the Intercuts of tho for
mer school, as his Influence for good
at Hauula was at an en J.
PEIIMITS FOR NEWSBOYS.
A form of ticket was approved to be
Issued to newsboys at tho discretion
of school principals, peimlttlng them
to bo out of school to 3nll papers from
the Mainland or extra ci'.'Mons of Ho
nolulu papers, good only tor the tiny
tho ticket Is suued.
J. Llghtfoot's salary as superinten
dent of night schools was raised, to
$75 a month. This Is considered no
more thnn tho (service Is worth, apart
from the fact that tho Incumbent lias
to keep a horse at his own expense to
make the rounds. t
A notification from the road, super
visor was received for tho department
to lay a stone curbing In front of Kaa
liumanu school. Its length would be
over 400 feet and the cost $200 or $300,
and there Is no money at rresent avail
able for such a purpos?.
Leather Goods ! !
A fine Sample line-
NEWS CO., LTD.
Hill Speaks In Illinois.
Springfield, 111., Oct. 15. With tho
exception of Bryan day In 1890, when
the crowd and parades far exceeded
anything before known In tho city, tlio
demonstration In honor nt former Gov
ernor David B. Hill of New York was
the greatest ever known here. Ho ad
dressed an audlenco of 15,000. Among
the reception commlttco fvcro Jflm M
Palmer of Chicago and Louis Palmer of
Springfield, sons of tho late John M
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,
"We "sTatcla. "Wla-il TTovl Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
RtlUbl Watchmen furnlthtd for stores and property
ud confidential work of all torn.-' - .1
Office Room 4 Model Block
But City rtf.r.oci. turol.bal. D.ucttvt
P. U. BOX It.
General Merchandise. Diy Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
3P- O- Box 886 IkEain.
P. O, Box 878
General Business Agency, All Kinds of Laborers Supplies, Carved Stone constantly oa
hand, ready to supply. . T. HAYASHI, Mgl
King Street, near Liliha (Ewa side), Honolulu, T. of H,
r. a, Box Bia
XX Alive A NO
, IHrOITIt AND DlAll IK ,
JAPANESE PROTONS GENERAL MERCHANDISE
-foo BRKTAMIA STHKHT
QprOHITH QPgEN'B nOBMTAT.
XC Delivered Free
To any part of the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM,
Tel., 3151 Blue. P. O. Box 600.
1ST Ice will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
Put in one of our
A large shipment of Fans direct or
alternating current for use on either
' CALL AND SEE THEM.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
Office: 46 Merohant St,