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"THE "EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I.. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, T900.
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TUESDAY OCTOffER 30, 1900.
Mark Your Ballots
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
Unexpired Tttm, 56th Congress.
Wilcox, R. W.
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
(Full Term, 57th Congress)
K. wananakoa. David
Wilcox. R. W."
Achi, W. C. ik'ah)
Bipikane, S. W.
Boyd, R. N.
Brown, Cecil IK"1"" B"unu 1 X
Carter, Geo. R. ' "' X
Carter, J. O.
Crabbe, Clarence L. pm) X
Holt, J. D. Jr.
Isenberp, D. P. R Jr.
Kaulia, J. K.
Lilikalani, E. K.
Pua, S. K
Waterhouse, H. w.Lk.t..uki)
Booth C W
Bush, J E.
Camara, J. M.
Clark. J. K.
Gilfi'lan, . F.
Hoog, Wm. H.
Kailinui, M. H.
Kalauokalani. D. Jr.
Keiki. J. W.
MacfarFane, E. CT
Nakookoo, J. K.
Quinn, J C.
Robettson, A. G. M.
Spencer, S. W.
Wise, John H.
Coelho, W. J. """
Damon, S. M.
Hitchcock, H. R. mikw
Holt, R. W.
Johnson, Enoch (E"i"
Mahoe, S. K.
Makainai. J. P.
McCandless, L. L aon.) x
Mossinan. H. J.
Prendergast, 1. K.
No wit begins to look as If Wilcox
himself had been deceived by a Demo
cratic Congressman who wants to lend
Hawallans Into the restricted franchise
Franklin Austin offering money to
Wilcox In the name of the Republican
party! What nonsense. The onlv
party with which Mr. Austin has nny
connection Is the "Wilcox Home Rule
Tho shower of rocks distribute!
along King street In tho busiest part nf
the day are the direct result of car
less blasting operations. It Is about
time the contractors came to a realiza
tion of the fact before Borne passerby Is
Judging from Candidate Macfarlane'ii
remarks at last night's rally, the elec
Hon of Candidate J. O. Carter Is not
such a sure thing as predicted early
In the game. Mr. Carter Is a pretty
good fellow, and his only difficulty
seems to be that the people cannot vote
for candidates who line up with the
Random claims made by the Demo
crats of university professors who will
voto for Bryan, has caused a com
plete and accurate canvass to be made.
The result Is sadly disastrous to the
leader of the "nntl" party.' Bryan will
not carry a fourth of the university
men, an overwhelming majority de
claring their Intention to vote for M:
Klnley. As political activity takes positive
shape always apparent Just before elec
tion day, it Is not difficult to note tli;
unanimity with which public opinion
gravitates toward unhesitating support
of Samuel Parker and the straight Re
publican ticket. Parker's popularity
and ability rises bo far above his com
petitors that the light Is practically
over except the shouting.
Late dispatches state that Candidate
Bryan has again been "notified," tNs
time by the Silver Republicans, Hold
ing this notification and Bryan's re
ply till the last weeks of the campaign,
naturally causes new Interest In what
Bryan will do with his radical 1C to 1
aggregation that deserted tb Republi
can party purely on the rheup money
policy of tho boy orator. An liono.it
reply on the part of Bryan v111 ilriw
many Democrats Into tho Republican
ranks and an attempt to cwdo UiU
Issue will send Silver Republicans back
to their former party. Bryan has been
preaching trusts and antl-lmperlalism
In New York, being particular to shelve
the money question. Now as bo li
about to return to the West he will
likely preach his sliver doctrine, thus
rounding out his character as a man
who Is all things to all people and free
with promises he knows will never be
FALSE PROPHBT BRYAN.
We are the greatest debtor nation on
earth. From a speech delivered In
Anderson, Ind., by Mr. Bryan, October
Open our mints, give us tho double
standard, and then we will Btand as the
mistress of tho world's commerce.
From a speech delivered In Minneapolis
by Mr. Bryan, October 12, 1896.
The United States Is now the great
est creditor nation on earth, and has
become bo since President McKlnley
was Inaugurated. From March 1, 1897,
to March 4, 1900 that Is, three years,
the excess of American exports over
imports represented a value of 11,483,
637,049. In other words, that was the
balance on the credit side of Undo
Sam's ledger during the first thr-e
years of the present administration.
From 1790 to March 1, 1897107 years
the excess of exports over imports
was only 1383,028,497.
Thus In three years the United
States under the administration of
President McKlnley, exported four
times as much as during the entire
period preceding It from the foundation
of the republic.
The United States Is capturing the
markets of the 'orld. Europe, Asia
and Africa are buying American man
ufactures and farm products in con
stantly Increasing quantities. They
are sending over .their gold In tho set
tlement of trade balances, and then
borrowing It. During the fiscal year of
1900 alone the excess of American
merchandise sold abroad over tin
amount purchasld there represented a
value of (545,000,000.
The Philadelphia Times.a Democratic
tic newspaper, recently printed thi
following under the caption, "Ours Is
now tho best credit In the world":
"The credit of the United States Is
higher today In all the markets of the
world than that of any other nation.
Wo have ceased to be a debtor nation
and have become largely a creditor.
Today our national bonds commairl
higher prices than the securities of any
other country. We have had a very
pointed and posltlvo Illustration of the
character of our national credit In tne
recent award of an English loan of 10,
000,000 pounds sterling."
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into th United from January 1 T
to July I st. loco.
G. H. MUMM 81 CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 00.140 cases.
Moet & Chandon 18,413 "
Pommsry & Greno 12.283 "
Hledslck & Co , Ury Mono
pole 6,000 "
Louis Roederer 4,418 "
All other brands ..., 27012 "
TOTAL 135,184 "
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POLITICS AND RIBBONS.
Editor Evening Ilulletln: The Ko
publlcanu wear yellow ribbons 011
wblc his Imprinted the motto, "Ua mau
ko ea o ka ulna I ka pono," translatut
which means "The life of the land Is
established in righteousness." The
Democratic followers (nnd there are
only ft few) wear white rlbbon'ii'Jn
which emblazons In gold (It ought to
be In silver) the Insignia of royalty,
namely Kahilis and puloulous. The
formor portrays the motto of a good,
great and victorious party tho Itepub
llcan party the latter unfortunately,
means "the death of royalty," Tho
only royal person that we know of In
politics today Is Prince David Kawan
anakoa; logically therefore, It means
his death at tho polls on the 6th day of
November, 1900. This is a kahuua
It may bo interesting to note here,
that these insignia of royalty used by
the Democrats In this, campaign orgln
ated from the fertlleuraln of one nam
ed John F, Colburn out of profound re
spect anil regard for I'rlnce David Ka
wanaanukoa the Democratic nomlnre
for Delegate to Congresss. What I
would particularly llko to know Is,
what have these royal Insignia to do
with the Democratic party or any other
American body politic?
The United States of America knoiNH
no kings, queens or princes; to becomo
an American citizen It Is necessary and
essential that such titles and degrees
be renounced forever; and then, atU
then only can a person be allowed to
become an American citizen. To bnare
j relics of royaltylnto politics today Is
contrary to American doctrines.
Honolulu, Oct. 30, 1900.
INSANE FOR FRISCO.
, Martin, the young man who, soruo
weeks ago, acted In an Insane manner
nt the Hawaiian Hotel and the police
Btatlon and who was sent to tho asy
lum will be taken to his people In the
Queen today. Tho order of Odd Fel
lows have mado all arangements or
sending the young man home. His
father Is a member of the society.
It Is understood that Antonio Plrrl,
the strong man, also Insane, will ho
sent to San Francisco In the Queen,
In charge of the ship's doctor.
The reception to Rev. Toklmasa and
Itev. and Mrs. Takahashl In the Meth
odist church last' evening was very well
attended. Several representatives of
the church and temperance society n
well as Ilov. a. L. Pearson of the First
Mothodlst church said farewell to the
faithful workers on behalf of the vari
ous bodies represented by them. Re
freshments wero served later on In tho
evening. Among those present were
tho following: Ilov, T. Okamura, Itev.
O. Ota, Dr. T. Mltamura, Dr. T. Katsu
numa and Oeo. K. Furukawa. Mr. Tokl
masa left for Lahulna in the Klnau, today.
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