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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 10:0.
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N.S.SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LtiUllB Hffli
Jobbers and Retailers.
There is only one place in town to
bay DRY GOODS, that is, IF YOU
WANT TO BUY THEM RIGHT.
"We have just received,
Ex S. s; "Queen," : :
One Hundred and Ninety Six
NEW DRY GOODS !
Calicos, Ginghams, Per
Sateens, Ready - made
Sheets and Pillow Slips,
Towels,' Sheetings, Pillow
Casings, Ribbons, Laces,
WE m COMPETITION. OUR STCK IS dl'UTE.
a SlIKilE YARD Oft ARTIf.lF AT 1 ESS THAW WHOI FSfllE.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
from a Thousand 7
JUDGES S1LL1MAN AND
DAYIS AMONG SPEAKERS
HcCants Stewart Answers McClanahan
on Equal Human Rights-4Sam.
Parker Greeted with Roof
LeatHer 'Goofls ! !
A fine Sample line-
NEWS CO., LTD.
The World Register
Keeps the Cash while 70a are busy,
" Try one ' 0
On Marble and Granite
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'D Iron Fence and Monumental C.
' 841 Klpar Street.
P. O. Dox ijt Iiland Corrtipondtnc. Solicited,
FINKE & ASBAHR,
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS:
(Unexpired Term, GCth Congress.)
(Full Term, C7th Congress.)
SENATORS, ISLAND OF OAHU:
Hon. D. P. R. Isenberg, Jr.,
Col. John D. Holt, Jr.,
Hon. E. K. Llllkalanl,
Hon. J. 0. Carter,
William Auld. '
Charles W. Booth,
' Major J. M. Camara,
S. W. Spencer,
Hon. E. C. Macfarlane,
John H. Wise,
Hon Joh'n E. Bush,
Hon. S. M. Damon,
H. J. Mossman,
Hon. Frank Brown,
R. W. Holt,
Jesse P. Makalnal.
Cut and Growing Plants, Sprayigou
quets. Decorators for Weddings and Recep'
Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
P W. THRUM
ROOM MO. 10, SPRECKELS BLOCK
Plantation Work Specialty.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting' and Superintending
Electro-Hjdraullc Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
With Cattdn-Nell Co., Queen street.
Offlos next to PouwBoe. 12S1
ii llolel Street. II, I.
Vina. Calafcaihti. Lali. Nitlvi llati. Hula Slcirti.
MlhauMala, tni, 5h.lt.. St.Ji.ttc. llom.nnae
P.I, contltntly on MtiJ. TtLtl'IIONt oj,
, .LAMES T.TAYLOB,
W6 Judd Block. Tele. 6SI.
Honolulu Iron Works Oc
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES (or Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Vote the straight Republican ticket
Sound money ana prosperity,
As the procession dlsnn
peared In the dlstance.lt 4
route marked with shoot
ing stars overhead, the Drlllshcd began
filling up with people. There was a
larger proportion of ladles than usual
showing a growing Interest of the fair
In the Republican campaign. The next
most gratlfyltfgfcature was the pre
ponderance In the male element of sub
stantial business men and thrifty me
chanics. Uy 8 o'clock the hall contain
ed 700 flcopte, with tho remainder of
a good thousand pfcsslngfupon tho en
trance. i-nenvy sntjwer biiiiiuiuu'u
hustling foeraofage-anii-soon tho aisles
were choked with the free and Indepen
dent. Governor Dola advanced to the.
front, accompanied by J. A. McCatid
less, Superintendent of Public Work.
Treasurer Lansing came forward a lit-
tlo later. Postmaster Oat and Auditor
Austin wore ncartho front.
Talk Clarcnco L. Crabbo,
and candidate, for Senator
Music Bnd chairman of the
evening, called tho meeting to order nl
8:20. ills opening remarks were al
most drowned by the band on tho pa
rade ground heading the returned pro
cession, lie managed to tell a story of
a man who was going to vote for Bry
an because ho had been working four
jcars and now wanted a rest. The Re
publicans were not like that. They
wanted a repetition of the four years of
driving and thriving Industry.
Hon. J. U Kaulukou was announceJ
as tho first speaker, and came forward
only to have his voice quenched by tho
musicians. Tho band advanced up the
middle, aisle and upon the platform,
followed by a phalanx of candidates,
Amidst the strains of patriotic atra
ringing applause burst from the audi
ence. Mr. Kaulukou, speaking In Ha
waiian, was again Interrupted by tho
horn-blowing of processionists counter
marching outside to stack their torches.
When able to mako himself heard, the
speak was frequently cheered by audi
tors versed intho native tongue. He
quoted Mr. S. C. Allen's declaration In Debs was put In Jail,
tho Bulletin of his reasons for bclng'n
Republican. John Emmcluth's candi
dature In the Independent party was a
ludlcrousjcommentary upon the charjej
of land-stealing made against opponent
of that party by Independent leaders.
If the Independent ticket should be
elected, Us candidates would be bought
by Emmcluth beforo tho session of the
Voice Reuben D. Sllllman,
ot a lately Judgo of the Clr-
durUt cult Court, was the next
speaker. The Republican party did
things, It accomplished something. The
Democratic party were In power twlc3,
four years and with a full representa
tion each time. What did they accom
plish In tho first four yeara? Noth
ing. Everybody having knowledge ot
politics on tho Mainland knew the chat
nctcr of the Democrats. Even peoplo
living In theso Islands had been glvm
opportunity of contrasting tho twi
parties In these respects. The Repub
lican party In Harrison's term pledge!
itself to' tho annexation otUi,Jnwv
II an Islands. Grovcr Cleveland suc
ceeding to tho presidency, tho Demo
crats saw fit to oppose annexation be
cause tho Republicans favored It. A
man named Blount was sent hero nnd
took a lot of testimony, after which
Minister Willis came hero and was
given orders to restore the Queen. Wil
lis made a demand on tho Provisional
Government to surrender' Its power.
The P. O. had but a couple of compan
ies of militia, while the President of
the United States commanded a power
ful army antl navy. Yet the P. O. re
fused to surrender to President Cleve
land, who thereupon abandoned his
bluff. The speaker did not say tho Ho-
publicans were, right and tho Demo
crats wrong, but simply that tbo Re
publicans did what they attempted and
the Democrats did not. Spain was op
pressing and slaughtering Cubani.
Cleveland delivered himself somotnKc
on tho subject. McKlnlcy succeeded
him and Bent tho Maine, to Havana,
the Muluo was sunk by treachery, Mc
Klnlcy declared war, Dewey sunk tho
Spanish fleet at Manila and Sampson
sunk the Spanish fleet at Santiago, un 1
then Spain sued for peace, Tho Dem
ocratic talk about Imperialism was
nothing but the emanations ot wind
bags. Mr. Slllimoa related 'tow, aft",
the Philippine Islands were ceded to
the United States under purchase In the
settlement of peace, a mob on the out
skirts of Manila not representing the
Philippine peoplo threatened to attack,
and did attack the city of Manila. What
Drillsh'ed Echoes Cheers ."LV..:'?"".1"
Manila to the mercy of a mob? Sorao
bouquets were next thrown at Agul
naldo, who had tried In vain to defeat
Spain before tackling the United States.
That tho Filipino leader was only out
for plunder was shown when he ra'i
away to Hongkong with all the money
he could lay hands upon and deposited
It In the British banks Such was the
straw man ot Imperialism the Demo
crats had set up only to knock don.
True, tho Democrats bad accompllshel
something. They produced the great'
est financial panic In the history of
America. The speaker proceeded to
discuss the records of the two parties
In financial administration. Ho show.
ed the fallacy of tho Democratic poli
cy on behalf of more abundant money
circulation. In conclusion he argued
for the wisdom of voting for the Re
publican party by worklngmcn who
knew how much easier It was to re
duce than to raise wages.
The "ere came on tho
Tuneful ccr welcome Tuxedo
Four f quartet, who gac a sen
timental song in beautiful style. Th3
Inevitable encore elicited n Jolly good
topical campaign song, telling of the
futility of the Blhcr caiirc. fortelllng
tho turning down of I)aid and do
scribing the funereal hula with which
Wlkox Would celebrate his defeat.
"Two llttl Dies" was sung to a second
Pcrvld Geo- A- Davis enmc on
Favorite and delivered n lgurous
ttpeukH address In his best form.
The Republicans dealt with lhe Issues.
Within socn jmis there had been five
ovqlutlons accomplished and at
tempted In theso Islands. New Huwall
had peace and every man his full rights
of tltlzensht? and they Acre thtre
that night tu Ulseusr llv'ng luucs. It
amused him '6 ? tin binzci citron
tery ot his friend McClanahan In
claiming that the Democrats were the
champions of the dark-Bktnncd races,
Eloquently ho described tho events 1 e
foro and after Lincoln's delivery of
four millions of colored people. As
late as 1873 negroes were slaughtered
In New Orleans by those who belonged
to the Democratic party. President
Grant tried to securo the annexation of
Santo Domingo, not only to Increase
the commerce of the United States, but
to find homes for tho down-trodden
negroes of the Democratic Southern
States. They talk of abandoning the
Philippine Islands. What could Bry
an do If elected with tho Treaty of
Parts staring him in the faco? No.
The flag would neer come down In tho
Philippine until the United States hiJ
ttulfllled Ita every obligation. Talk
ot government by Injunction! 0 rover
Cleveland had to resort to Injunction to
prevent (nterlerenco with the United
States malls, and under It Eugene V.
troops wero sent Into tho sovereign
StatVof Illinois, and the Democrats
were glad enougn to nave peace ro
stored thereby. Mr. Davis contrasted
the depression under Democratic rule
with the prosperity under Kepubllcvi
rule. President Johnson's futile attempt
to settle the claims against Great Brit
ain on account of privateering was
contrasted with President Grant's suc
cess In obtaining $15,000,000 from
Great Britain on account of the so
called Alabama claims. A powerful np
peal to the voters to send Samuel Par
ker to Congress and elect all tho rest
of tho ticket was followed by a de
scription of the Independent party as a
cipher. He could understand a man
leaving his party for cause that seemed
good to him, but not ono who posed as
a candidate of a parly without anv
standing In tho Nation. What could
they think of a party without n policy,
without a leader, without respectabil
ity, which stood aloof from every llv
Ing Issue that confronted tho people?
Mr. Davis was applauded -long and
loud, as"he finished a peroration with a
poetical apostropho to tho Stars and
6llvcr Mr- Kumalae, candl-
Tonjjued date for Representative,
Native delivered a ringing ad
dress In the Hawalan language. He
was warmly cheered at his mention of
Samuel Parker. S. M. Damon. W. II
Cornwell and Paul R. Isenberg, all
Democratic candidates, were touched
up as members of the meat trust by
way of reply to aspersions on Mr. Par
ker In that regard.
While Mr. Kumalae was speaking,
loud cheering from an overflow meet
ing In a tent, mingled with the roar of
rain on tho Drlllshcd roof, almost
drowned his voice. Tho Tuxedo quar-
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. O. Achl President A Manager
M. K. Nakulna .Vlos President
J. Makalnal .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane,
The above Company will buy, lease,
or tell lanjj In all parte of the Hawaiian
islands: and also li.s Houses In tho city
Agent., Brokers and Jobbers.
H. P. BALDWIN Prtsloeat
J. B. CASTLE.... t Vlce-Presldeal
W. M. ALEXANDER 2nd Vice-President
J. P. Cooke .Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audit
Sugar Factors and
of Houolulu for rent.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
tW y will Bay or Call Real Estate U
II parts of the croup.
in rroperaes on meson
tW We will Ben
'FFICE, 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . . .
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Ce.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company,
Nahlku Sugar Company,
Klhcl Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugai Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
The California aid Oriental S. S. b.
W. 6. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot Baa
Baldwin Locomotive Works, sjt
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical FerUU
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Far.
tlllzers for Cane nnd Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafllne Paint Co.'s P. & B. PsInU
and Papers; Lucol and LInieaa
Oils, raw and bolted.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), It.
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LUat
CASTLE & COOKE
I Commission Merchants
Visitors are cordially Invited t
;all and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos from Kamehameha
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
TVa ea Plaotatl' Co.
Ta. Walalua Atrlcaltn.l C,
Tli. Kob.1. Suc.r C.
Ta. w.laaM. ba.ar II
Tk. STolo. ApkiiTtw.l C.
Tk. Fulton Iron Work., St tMla, Mt,
TktGM.F Blaaa StMa Pwm.
Tk. N.w Easla.4 Ilia ImtaittCa, H Bt
- if. rir. i... ... or rl.ra.fc, .
-TkjAIIUac. Aaanraac o
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manage:
Claus Spreckels Vice Presides!,
W, M. Glffard ..Second Vice Presldeat
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Sec
Geo. J. Rosa Audita
leixra 01 1 ara
MJIANI0 STEAMSHIP 00MFAM7
OF BAN FRANOIBOO. CAT
Star Oyster House
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Steak6 and Chops.
Oysters any Style,
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
H. Klemme Proprietor
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -t- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CI.ASS WORK GUARANTEE!.
Union St. near Hotel ijoj
(Continued on page 7.)
TO CUIIU A COLD IN ONB DAY
Take I-uxatlvo Ilromo Quinine Tabled.
All druggists refund tho money If it
fails to cure. U, W, Grove's signature
Is on each box. ii cents.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mad ns, HU
biewei if ce., im.
QuMfi atMl. ffoaollll. H.l
Hawaiian Agricultural Coijaayr. Aax leu fua.
Conpany, Oobal. Stir ir Plant. Co , OaoaM. lafM
Co , Hodobiu Sui.r Co , Wiliuku Su.ai Co . aVahat
Suar Co , Hal.aaala Raeck Co., Molokal Raaaki
Plantar'. LIm San Ft IJko Pacini M. It am
k Co.'. LID. ot Bob PtcfcrU
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M, Cooke, President) George
RobertHou, Manager ; E. F. Blslof
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W, ,
Alien, auiiu ir, r. v. Jones, it. wair
house, Oeo. R. Carter, PI recto ra.
Young St., bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnished rooms with board.
Also table board. Telephone 1171 Blue.
Art Embroidery Taught.
- '.au; Ja uatJj.y'-At 4 i.JCA. ai, , Jm. .. i,
Lessons In ART EMBROIDERY will
bo given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort streot,
First Class stamping dont
MHS. II. II. WILLIAMS.
tinners! Manager ot
Tha lqojUbU Lift AanuuN Soeut?
Of Uvs United BUtM (ot the Bawa
Otrtopi M.rhanl street. He
M. PHILLIPS k 00.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobber
laropun ind American Dry iom
to I and Qasen Htieets.
H. HAOEFFLD OO..LM
(EKEBaL COMMISSION nORVTi
Oor, Fort and Queen Htreeti lloaolala
l) A-Ji t
'ti,kj S .a. . ,-a, j,4bs it
.J..i Of '$ tofy& J aiLk-'W j.tJUat.'nawi. ,WB.i.:.J. . Jj6&U.liimfc ' &