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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, OCTOBER it). 1900.
Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu, '
T. of 11., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE K. FAIUHNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL 1.00AN City Editor
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MONDAY OCTOUnit 29, 1000.
Mark Your Ballots
FOB DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
Unexpired Teim, 56th Congress.
Wilcox, R. W.
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
(Full Term, 57th Congress)
K. wananakoa. David
Wilcox. R. W."
Achi, W. C. ixiah) I X
Auld, Wm. L
Bipikane, S. W.
Boyd, R. N
Brown, recil (kh.hi na,aUnu) x
Carter, Geo. R. (Keen kh X
Carter, J. O.
Crabbe, Clarence L. ipq X
Holt. J. D. Jr.
Isenberg, DTP. RJr.
Kaulia. J. K.
Lilikalani, E. K.
Pua, S. K
Rowe, E C.
Waterhouse. H. (wnv.i.iun) x
Bush. J E.
Camara, J. M.
Clark. J. K.
Gilfillan, A. F.
Hoog. Wm. H.
Kailimai, M. H."
Kalauokalani. D. Jr.
Keiki, J. W.
Macfarlane, E. C.
Nakookoo, J. K.
Quinn, J. C
Robertson, A. G. M.
Spencer, S. W.
Wise, John H.
Coelho, W. J. (Ku.10)
Damon, S. M.
Hitchcock, H. R. wmm)
Holt. R. W.
Johnson, Enoch ("")
Mahoe, S. K.
Makainai. J. P.
McCandless, L. L ai"na) , X
Mossman. H. J.
Prendergast, l. K.
ADVICB OP WILCOX.
"ANY OP YOU IlESiniNO TO AF
FILIATE WITH THE IIEI'UHLICAN
PAIITY MAY DO SO, FOR YOU MUS P
ItEMEMllEll THAT WAS THE PAR
TY THAT GAVE YOU THE MOST
This statement made by Robert Wil
cox In his speech at W'atluku Is an
honest admission of fact, carrying with
It n recommendation and suggestion
whlc hevrrj honest voter desiring tho
welfare of the Territory and Its peo
ple should follow. Robert WTicox him
self has ghen his followers words of
nihlce that should cause them to vote
for Samuel Parker ns Territorial dele
gate and support the entire Republl
That which every citizen of this Ter
ritory cherishes, the perfect freedom of
every man to cast his ballot for reprc-
resentatlves who shall make the laws
and protect the rights of the people was
granted Hawaii by the Republican par
ty. Having granted this privilege tho
Republican party for all time will pro
t(t It against attack from those uphold
Ing minority rule as exemplified by the
manipulation of the Democrats In the
Wilcox admits the fallacy and weak
ness of the arguments used In the In
terests of Ills Home Rule party, when
In the same speech be states that It wiu
a Democratic Congressman who advis
ed him to organize the Home Rule par
ty. And who Is the Congressman whose
ndvlce Wilcox follows and asks offleis
It Is David Edwnrd Flnley, a Demo
crat, of Yorkvlllc, South Carolina; a
Southern Democrat from a section of
the country where the Democratic partv
has used all schemes known to corrupt
politicians, to disfranchise citizens of
the United States, The Congressman
whom Wilcox follows Is part and par
eel of that political organization which
Wilcox himself admits Is not to be
trusted. If Flnley Is capable of sot'
ting aside the constitution of the Unit'
ed States, It he boldly and openly
stands for refusing to American citi
zens the right of franchise, why should
his adIce then be nccepted by the peo'
pie of Hawaii. Why should he advise
the people of this Territory to form nn
Independent Home Rule party, If not
that by such action they would dis
credit themselves before the American
people and become an easy mark for
those seeking to secure laws to restrict
Knowing that the Republican party
gave Hawnllans the right of franchlt.",
why should Wilcox take a political
course outlined for him by a Southern
How the Democrats of tho South ride
rough shod over the rights of the peo'
pie Is set forth by United States Sena'
tor Prltchard of North Carolina, the
State adjoining the homo of the Con
gressman whose advice Wilcox accep's.
Every voter of this Territory should
read the facts set forth by Senator
Prltchard, bearing In mind that the
Republican party gave Hawaii ra Tiber
al franchise, and that Wilcox's Horn?
Rule party Is the product of a recom
mendation mado by a Southern Demo'
crat It was to defeat such men as Sen
ator Prltchard, a Republican, that the
Democrats of North Carolina amended
Its constitution disfranchising a major
Ity of Its citizens. With the object of
restricting the power of the Hawallun
people In Congress, Democratic Con
gressman Flnley urged upon Wilcox
to start an Independent party, thereby
hoping to defeat the Republican prln
clple of free franchise for all American
If Robert Wilcox follows the logical
and sensible conclusion of his own
statements he will vote for Samuel 1'Jr
ker as Hawaii's first Delegate.
Every candidate on the Republican
tlcktt Is pledged to support a bill pro
viding for county government. That
such a measure will bo opposed In Ho
nolulu nnd on somo of the Islands
where, the large corporations are In
control goes without saying. With
this condition staring tho people In the
face the advantages of having able men
to represent tho citizens of this Island
In the Legislature may be easily Ima
gined. The people of Hawaii want lo
cal government because they have been
battling with promises for so many
years that they have grown tired. To
secure the change tho nresenrn of men
of more than mediocre Intelligence ara
needed to work for the cause. Such
men are to be found In the Republican
party and they were nominated beca.ise
of their fltneBS. Tho Herald believes
that the opponents to county govern
ment will so to extremes In order to
defeat "the bill1, it believes! that money
will be spent for the purpose nnd the
Herald will urge, therefore, the elec
tion of only such men as are known tu
be reliable and whose Integrity canrio:
bo questioned. Local government on
Hawaii means as much to the liawu-
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the United from January i.T
tn July 1st, loop.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OO.MDcases.
Meet & Chandon 18,413 "
Pommery & Greno 12,281 "
Wedslck & Co., Dry Mono
pole 6,000 "
Louis Roederer 4,418 "
All other brands 27012 "
TOTAL 135,184 "
Compiled Iron th Official Cutloo llouia Rtcordi
UFaWlU 4 CO., LTD., Sill Agents.
The Pacific -Hardware Co,
Goods for the household, for
..... builders and
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
the Wolfe Manutacturing Co. is
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, lt to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
Stores? Fort Kins and Bethel sts-
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium I
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,
NOW ON EXHIBITION
FORTY SWELL TURNOUTS.u
Every One of Them n Different Style t
l IjxL. I AAfri" JaaLaaaWaaLmXI y.
WE SELL ARRIA(iES AS CHEAP AS
uc.AUb tnjy dlrtctlrjn) it factories aamt ai 6alm on tin Com.
Why You Should) BuAlToui Currluges From Us 1
You Take No Risks of dama$ 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 Io ks on paper.
Remember! A suit of clothing for $? hoks as well on paper
as one costing $u.uu.
Schuman's Carriage and Harness Repository.
linns as to the hoalosfl possibly more,
and It behooves them to study (he matr
ter carefully. Elect men simply be
cause they want the few dollars they
icceku uh puy nnu men wno may De
bought for more or less and you defeat
your own ends. Vote the Republican
ticket and you will have cTTSnges In
Hawaii that you do not now dream of;
vote for, Independents and Democrats
mm yuu iiu uuck me progress or 11113
OVERLOOKING A TBJCK. '
It seems to us that the Territorial
Central Committee of the Republican
party are hardly giving this Island due
credit for tho voting strength It really
possesses, Jf one Judge their belief !)
their attitude. It would seem the fact
that during tho past six years there
has been practically no vote outsldo
Honolulu has blinded them to the
chango of affairs under the new condi
tions of tho franchise, which gives to
nearly every Hawaiian the right to
vote, where formerly a voting Htfw.i
llan was tho exception,
Sam Parker .needs the vote on Ha.
wall, and ho needs It badly, unless we
are very miitTh mistaken, but he Isn't
going to work tho right way to secure
It when he makes one tripto the Island
and assumes to cover It wlthafew five
minute speeches between KaVnihae and
Hllo anil a few more from the deck of
the Mauna I.oa ut Kona ports. It Is
about time that the party managers of
the plumber, for contractors,
Plumbing Goods direct from
.Room 8, Model Block.
VOU CAN BUY THEM IK 0!
the Territory got next to thcmselv:s
and recognized the exlstence-of some
thing outsldo Honolulu.
Hatfernnn In Court,
fhaR Hnffftrnnn . annanMil In .&
Police c5ourt this forenoon on the
charge of passing bogUB checks on Ku-
ual. Attorney Crelghton, appearing Tor
the defendant, stated that the latter
declined to plead and waived examina
tion. Haffernan was thereupon com-
ipiiivu iu me.uircun uourt ror trial.
Sheriff Brown then read a charge of
aBsault with Intent to murder Charles
F. Chllllngwortb. The samo course
.was followed In this case.
With the exception of the short
space of time ho was In tho Police
Court. Haffernan was kent handcuffed
nil the while.
Saultcrs Case Nolle Pros'd.
Saulters, the man charged with In
decent exposure the other day and
whoso caso was put over from Friday
on account of the non-appearance of
the school girl witnesses, anneared In
the Police Court this morning. Tho
prosecution explained that the teachers
of the girls had prevented the latw
from appearing In court. Tho case was
then nolle pros'd, Judge Wilcox le
mark'ng that those who kept witnesses
from appearing were subject to a se
vere pennlty. He referred to tho school
teachers who refused to allow the girls
1 Transcendent Light
-1 WASHINGTON LIQflt CO.,
-w. Txr. -w-EaiGKEaia?
Fainting, Blaokamitliing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO..
THE HONOLULU TOBACCO CO., LTD., beg have to
inform their frtends and the puhlie generally that they have
moved into their new tlore corner of Hotel and Fort Streets
where they will he jilcased to receive a continuance of former
patronage. None but high grade goods lept in stock: Box
goods a specialty.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Boilermakers : t and t t Electricians.
The - General -
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X ONE GLASS OP
Is worth two of any
It touches the right spot
W. C. PEACOCK & CO..
SKTe TTsTatcla. "W'la.il "S-otj. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY :!::;::
?,l!bl.Wc!"M"Jll7lf.fw4 atomn propartjr. Btat Clly ttliriicaa lanltbti. Dttactlrt
ads consattitlal work of all aorta. n
Office Room 4 Model Block
General Merchandise. Di-y Goods, Groceries,
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQQQN BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET. . '
General Business Agency, All Kinds of Laborers Supplies, Carved Stone constantly on
hand, ready to supply. T. HAYA6HI, Mgr.
King Street, near Liliha (Ewa side), Honolulu, T. of H.
r, O.JBox B!
Sop Bkbktahu BTBKrrr
To any port of tile city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM,
Tel., 31 5i Blue. P.O. Box 600.
Ifirlce will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
Best Light known
to science and the
J ARCH LIGHTS for indoor .and lOut-
Installed on short notice for Lawn Parties Luaus or Halls.
Lights Rented by Month.
1500 or 500 Candle Power
t Sole Agents.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
, General Repairing.
A.SS WO Til.
Nowhere else can you 'find so
large a variety of
PRICES - THE - LOWEST
LTD., Alakea St., nr. Merchant
Electric - Company
A AAA A AAA A A AAA ii
4 " ' V k-
Ltd.. TT yJM7"J""
P. U. BOX 1S4.
P. O. Box 878
OrpostTK Qukkn's HoarrrAr.
Put in one of our
A large shipment of Fans direct or
alternating current for use on either
desk or celling.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
Offloe: ' 46 Merchant St.