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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1900.
Published Kvery Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
BULLETIN rUDLlSHINO COMPANY.
WALLACE It. KAIUUNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOQAN City Editor
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THUIISDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1900.
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, '
Mark Your Ballots
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
Unexpired Term, 56th Confess.
Wilcox, R. W.
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
(Full Term, 57th Congress)
(MAUK ONE )
Wilcox. R. W.
-fWAPk SIX )
5chi, W. CifhAM) I X
Bipikane, S. W.
Boyd, R. N.
Brown,' ecil nam. Bm.i x
Carter, Geo. R. "" " j X
Carter, J. O.
Crabbe, Clarence L"ip'') "X
Holt, J. D. Jr.
Isenberg, D. PTR. Jr. j
Kalauokalani, D. v
Kaulia, J. K.
Lilikalani, E. K. I
Pahia, Frank j X
Pua, S. K (
Waterhouse. H. (wi.i..i,.uu) x
Camara, J. At.
Clark, J. K.
Giliillan, A. F.
Hoog--, Wm. H.
Kailimai, M. H.
KaUuokalani. D. Jr.
Keiki, J. W. j X
Macfarlane, E. C.
Nakookoo, J. K.
Quinn, J C.
Robertson, A. G M.
Spencer. S. W.
.Wise, John H. T
Coelho, W. J. ""
Damon, S. M.
Hitchcock, H. R. wum
Holt. R. W.
Johnson, Enoch E"i"
Mahoe, S. K.
Makaitiai, J. P.
McCandless, L L (Lin.k..p
Mossman. H J.
. Mossman, Wm.
Prendergast, J. K.
Four days before the election. Isn't
It about tlmo for the party committee
men to publish their forecast of major
Hies for their candidates.
Having assisted Wilcox by ridicule,
Emmeluth by condemnation, the Ad
vertiser now seems to be doing Its best
to I mure the election of Ned Macfar
lane. Men basing their political opinions
on a form of government that has gone
never to be recalled stand like owls
confronting the light. It Is progress
that the people of Hawaii desire. It
Is progress that their ballots will sup
Our correspondent "Hawaiian" nits
the nail on the head when he satx
there Is no missionary party in the
United States. This missionary bus!
ncss Bhould bo relegated to the p.iM
along with other unfortunate features
that have swayed politics of the pa
We are all American cltlicns and as
such should take up with the progres
sive American Ideals for the present
S. C. Alien, one of the largest em
ployers of labor In the Terrltoiy
knows that the predominance of Dem
ocratic principles to be secured only
by tho election of Democratic or In
dependent candidates In tho nation or
Territory, will mean a depression of
business that will throw laborers out
of employment. Tho man who has
due consideration for the necessities ot
his home will uphold Republican can
CL08B POLLS ON TIME.
The iflscusslon of Secretary Cooper's
extended polls closing ruling makes It
at once apparent that opinions are so
widely divergent that no decision ex
cept It comes from the Supreme Court
will be accepted. Even a ruling from
this august body will leave a trail of
bitter contention behind It.
A well known factor In practical
politics is the readlncBS ot every do
feated candidate to take advantage of
oery Irregularity, real or Imaginary,
by which It may be possible to unseat
the candidate declared elected or make
the whole election void. Mr. Coopt-r
must know that if his recent ruling is
carried out, and votes aro allowed to
be cast in any precinct after 5 o'clook
of election day, there will be two cm
dldatcs for delegate, twelve candidates
for the Senate and probably a large'
number of candidates for the House i'Ji
mediately making preparations to con
test the election. The furore ot poll
tlcal battle will not bo ended on the
evening ot November C, but will be car
rled on interminably, even to the sea
slons of the Legislature. Not only will
the local Legislature Tjo subject to n
long light over Us membership, but
Hawaii's first delegate to tho United
States Congress will go to Washington
with a contest on his hands. This
last ot itself ought to bo sufficient to
deter Mr. Cooper from his proposed
action If It is desired to create an Im
pression that the first ot America's new
possessions can tako up tho details ot
liberal government without stum
bling Into the pitfalls of political Ir
Mr. Cooper sizes up 'public opinion
correctly when ho holds that evciy
voter should be allowed to cast hU
ballot. This sentiment obtains so gen
erally among all citizens, it is certain
that all voters will assemble at the
polls early, and there will bo no de
lays In tho casting of ballots. Tho
opinion is almost unanimous nmonc
tho members of all parties that citizens
of the Territory prefer to take tho
chances to which procrastination ma
make them liable on election day, ratti
er than go. Into the elections with the
practical assurance that i:ie decision of
the inspectors of election will bo con
A REPUBLICAN'S DUTY.
Editor Evening Bulletin. It Is the
duty of every intelligent voter to go to
tho polls on the coming fith day of No
vember und vote for Samuel Parker as
Delegate to Congress, and for every
Senator and Representative on the Re'
It Is the. duty of every good and well
thinking Republican whether partici
pating actively or not In the present
campaign to instruct and to make
known to one and all, particularly to
the natlvo Hawallana the benefits
forthcoming by helping and working
for tho Republican cause and voting the
Republican ticket. American politics
is something entirely new to tho H.i
wallans and this is why they Bhould be
taught, Tho lower class of natives .iro
wrongly taught that tho Republicans
are controlled by tho missionaries who
robbed them of their country. This
ranacy must bo dlsproven; as a mat
ter ot fact tho missionary party Is but
a mist of the past; as the days roll on,
their Influence diminishes and eventu
ally will no more bo felt in the com
munity. There Is no such party r,
"The Missionary Party" anywhere In
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Int't tin- United from Linuarv I t"
to July 1st, loop.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY (JD.UDcases.
Woet & ChanJon - i8.m "
Pommery & Greno, 12,283 "
Hledslck & Co , Dry Mono-
pole fi.oen "
Louis Roedtrer 4,418 "
aii ower pranus - 27 012 "
TOTAL I35,t84 "
Compll.4 Irom tho Oftclil Cmlom Itouu RccorJf
MACFARLANE & CO., LTD., Sole Agents.
Tho Lnt CARLOAD OP
Pacific Hardware Co.
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in fie
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
The "SURPRISE" Square Oven Steel Range.
Ranges lor the People at Popular Prices. For Hard or Soft Coal or Wood.
This construction Is provided with perfectly square SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
which renders them very quick and perfect bikers. Have Self-mounting Cast
iron Duor, and the entire outside finMi l of Aluminium. Particular attention
Is directed to the fact that the inside of the Sheet-steel Is aUo Alumlnled, which
protect the wearing qualities and prevents rusting out. DETACHABLE RE
SERVOIR, which (its all sizes. The prices of the above are extremely low. a
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Best Designed and Best Made Stove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Fire-back, Large Flre'MM, Largs Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spiclous Pouch-feed.
Large Broliing-door, Heavy Boston-ring Covers, Extra Heavy Cast-iron Sectional
Lining), Large Ash-pan, Rods Mounted on Outside. DUPLEX GRA TE, which
can be removed and replaced wltluut disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
Alumlnlzed Oven-door, Oven-back and Oven Rack. Aerated Oven, admitting
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mixed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS" are made.
This mlxt .re adds strength, prevents blow-holes, and Is a benefit to Iron In every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT of the
Bethel Street PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd."
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Walalae Road.
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAGNIFICENT VIEW 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 i,20O 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..
Every One of Them n Different Style !
WE SELL CARRllKiES AS (HEAP AS VOU CAN BUVTflEM III 'FRISCO I
BECAUSE ebuy Jlrect from the laclc.rlo tame at dln on Hit Cunt.
Why You Should Buy Your CurrlujJcH From Uh 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 order from the
Coast by cata'ogue you are taking chances of getting
something entirely different from what it In .! nn nanpr
Remember! Asuit of clothing
as one costing ju.uu.
Schuman's Carriage and Harness Repository.
tho United States. In Hawaii's pas:
history (sorry to say) it prevailed. The
Republican party of Hawaii today
which Is working like n Titan Tor the
common good of all must not tor u
moment be confounded with the mis
sionary past. Tell them that it was a
Republican administration that gavo
to them the most liberal franchise that
they havo over enjoyed.
Wo are sure of tho vote of business
men in the community; we are also
reasonably certain of tho votes of overy
white man In this community who baj
the welfare and commercial prosperity
of Hawaii nei at heart; wo aro alsj
certain of the votes of overy Intelligent
and successful Hawaiian, of such men
as John Ena, Mark RoblnBon, W, C.
AchI and others; but I must truthfully
say that wo aro not certain of the
votes of the Hawallana of tho so-called
"old school" and their misguided fol
lowers. Tho past Is gone, let us lonU
to the future.
McKlnley will be elected In tlih
coming election Jus) as sure as tho
sun rises In tho eaBt tomorrow. The
wheels nnd engines of prosperity unl
good times will not bo turned to Uryar.
The Democratic party opposes so-
called Impel lallsm und expansion, ami
jet, this go-called expansion and im
perialistic policy has made Ureal llrlt-
aln the gi eatest commercial nation on
Tho Democratic party does not lio-
llevo in a protective tariff, on tho otli'.-r
hand It advocates u policy that utrun
glcs trade and home industries.
for j? 1 oks as well on paper
We want a cable, and wo can only
obtain it by doing our sharo at borne
hero by helping McKlnley nnd his ad
ministration, which believes In expan
sion and the retention of tho Philip
Wo will never get It even until judg
ment day, by showing that Hawaii has
Vote for Sara Parker and all his as
sociates In tho Republican cause.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
All Halloween Donee.
Tin Pacific Rebekah Lodge, I.O O. P.,
Rave a most delightful and successful All
Hallowe'en dance at Progress hall last
evening. The hall was very prettily de
corated for I he occasion with palms and
ferns, and the musicians were at their best.
The floor and reception committee, to whom
great credit Is du:, are as follows : Floor
Committee Bro. A. F. Clark, Pro. II. H.
Williams, Bro. Sawyer, Pro. Go-man;
Reception Committee-Sister S. Williams,
Sister L. Dee. Sister M. Smith. Sister At.
Schuman and Sister Elene Clark.
Indorse Republican principles bv
voteng the straight ticket.
Sam I ederer Is constantly receiving on
very vessel new slilnncnts of furniture,
and he now nas on hand one of the most
complete stocks In town. Besides furni
ture, he carries a large line of pictures.
This stock Is well worth Inspection and Ills
prices are the lowest.
Installed on short
j WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
Carriage Maker ;
2 General Repairing. S
Fainting, Blaoksinttliing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
Offict Phont, 190
Atlkta Slrttt, Mlktl ol Mtrc ant Slrwl.
) and Reading Lamps,
f?!ldUC9, VJIUUC9 aim
Sot Aftnlt for
The Wcstinghousc Elec. & Mfg. Co.,
Special Bargain In New Fixtures.
THE HONOLULU T01U0C0 CO., LTD., leg Uavc to
inform their friendi and the public generally that they have
moted into their new etore corner of Hotel and Fort Streets
where they will be pleased to receive a continuance of former
patronage. None but high grade goods kept in stock. Box
goods a specially.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
E3 DtT O-1 3ST DB B 13 s
Boilermakers : t and : x Electrician.
The - General - Electric - Company
18 J0HANN13 WATER
from the Springs of Zollhans, Germany, cures most all alls, Is pleasant lo
take, Is pure and sparkling, does not loose Its strength by be ng bottled. No
home should be without a case of Johannls Water.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
TTe TTettcla. "Wile "STo-ul Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT "PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
f-'I'aay-Viyf;;,,1 """ " " b. a ( t.mi.h.i. d,iy.
Office Room 4 Model Block
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
- Q- Bosc, 886 JEalra. 215
FSO OO. P. O. Box 878
Contractors 'and Bullcfer
General Business Agency, All Kinds of Latorers Supplies, Carved Stone constantly on
hand, ready to supply. T HAYASHI, Mg
King-Street, near Liliha (Ewa side), Honolulu, T. of H.
r, a. Box ma
., iKTOmi AND
JAPANESE PBOMONS tf
6oo Bkbktawia ftrniKT
To ony port ot the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & HARKHAH,
Il 3151 Blue. P. O. Box 600.
tSTct will he rl.ll.,.r.,l h,. ,..-,
drivers to any part of premises desired.
Best Lleht known
to science and the
I ARCH LIGHTS for indoor and lOut-
notice for Lawn Parties Luaus or Halls.
Lights Rented by Month.
1500 op 500 Candle Power.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Phon , )S
P. (). IIOX a4.
DlAln III ,
OrroHrra Qorxn'r HonrrrAT.
Put in one of our
A large shipment of Fans direct or
alternating current for use on either
deK or celling.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
Office: 46 Merchant St.
MfViir.-yti ft. 11W i1