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Vol. IX No. 1079.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. NOVKMRER G, 1900.
Pkick 5 Okntb.
THEY ARE FLOPMNa
To the Side of Hon.
Samuel Parker and Ha-
iNASM THEIR TEETH
And Democrats Weep ind Wail to See
the Strong Men of Their Parties
Silently Walking Toward
The Hon. Samuel 'Parker hat
the full right to the motto: "Ua !
Mau ke Ea o ka Alna 1 ka Po-
no." He Inherits It from his
great ancestor Kauhlakama.
His uncle, Hakl and his mother
Kllla were descendants of the fc
royal house ot Keopuqlanl, I
:: mother of Kamehameha III. it
Tho following Hawaiian song
it gives Mr. Psrker's ancestry:.
A' Keopuolanl oe.
AKamalalawalu O Keuml
Kalakauaehu a Kama o Ka- t"
Ike Ahtenacna nul a eh'u o
Na'lll no la mal ka Halkl,
Ola o Samuel Parker.
Twenty-Ave of the, principal (business
houses ot the city have signed a pro
test against the election of Wilcox, as
delegate to Washington. This Is In the
nature of, an appeal to those working
under them to vote against the Oarl
baldlan. While the Klnau was at;Maalaea on
Saturday she sent ashore a boat In
which were 'McClanahan, the Democrat,
and others. The weather was so rough
that before the native sailors could get
ashore, they became exhausted. The
boat drifted out to sea and was at least
three miles from shore before being
picked up by the Klnau.
Prince David arrived back In port at
about 8 o'clock last evening In the
Walaleale after having stumped Mol
kal and Maul with his lieutenants. The
Democrats met with some very rough
weather-while going from one place to
another In the little boat.
Remember that the polls will clone
at 5 p. m. sharp tomorrow. -,
.Prince Albert Kunlakea, a direct
descendant of Kamehameha, has coma
out for Samuel Parker and tho Repu
lloan party. He will speak at the "ols
rally In the drill shed tonight
The Independents will have a big
rally In the ruins ot Kaumakaplll
church tonight. Just before this las;
grand effort, there will be a big torch
The following was overheard on a
street corner this morning.
D What would you be willing to do
I Mr.1..I am ashamed to tell you.
The following explains Itself:
At a meeting ot the Independent par
ty, held at Iwllel on Friday evening,
and at a similar mceetlng at Brewer's
wharf on Saturday,!!!. W. Wilcox puo
llcly announced that there was no
Democratic party left, because they hud
agreed to support the Independent:!;
We offer a Valuable
0ahn College Crowds.
Corner 140x300 for 97,500.
Or will subdivide Into 4 lots.
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
TEL. MAIN 69. JUDD BUILDING
nnd tho chief, David Kawananakna,
had consented t oalinndon his candida
cy and had directed tho Democrats to
support and vote for R. W, Wilcox.
0 yo Hawaiian people, this Is one of
tho blackest, lying falsehoods yet
brought forward, In this campaign, and
1 hereby proclaim to the whole Ha
waii that there Is not an atom of truth
In the statement.
All patriotic citizens are urged to
stand fast and vote for Prince David
Kawananakoa and tho entire Democra
tic) ticket, as I truly know that through
them alone can the native Hawallans
C. J. M'CARTHY,
Chairman Democratic Committee.
Witness, Edmund H. Hart,
There was an emergency meeting of
the leaders of "tho Independent party
this morning to 'consider the proposi
tion of filling the place on their ticket
made vacant by the withdrawal ot
Oeorge Markham from the ticket. The
name of S. M. Damon, considered In
dependent of the Democratic party,
was agreeed upon by Wilcox and Kan
Ua but Kalauokalanl registered a big
kick, making the statement that such
a method 6f procedure would weaken
the cause ot the Independents. He pro
posed the name of Paele, an Hawaiian
who lives on the other side ot this
Island. In order to preserve harmony,
the other two leaders consented to al
low the matter to stand for a while. The
new candidate will be announced at
the big meeting In the ruins of Kauma
Robert W. Wilcox, Independent
leader, was seen this morning in regard
to various rumors of fusion which arc
flying around abqut on the streets to
day. In reply, he had the following
"You may tell the peoplo that $15,
000 or all the money In the country
would not make me withdraw in favor
of anyone. I am in the fight to stay
and I'm going to win. I will carry a
big majority on this Island and I can
say that all the other Islands will give
me first place. This whole talk abont
fusion is a lie. If Prince David were to
come to me and ask me my opinion ufc
to his running or withdrawing, I would
advise him to' run even If he got but
one vote so as to show himself a man,
That lsth way I feel aboutjt. I have
decided to run on 'the "Independent
tlcket'and neither money nor anything
else will make me withdraw.
"Now,then, a word as 'to the charge
made against me that'I said the Demo
crats had all become Independents,
what I did say was that there were no
longer any Democrats, meaning that
their chances were so Bmall they neeed
hardly be considered In the fight. This
was said jokingly as every native who
heard me will say. I further stated as
I have done before, that Prlnco David
was needed here. There was no inti
mation ot fusion. I am very sorry If
Prince David thinks I said what people
are charging me with, for I said noth
ing of the kind. Wedon't need Dem
ocratic votes. We have enough of our
Klla Is another Independent who has
promised his support to Samuel Par
ker and the Republican party. He took
his stand this morning, delivered up
his commission as a luna, signed by
the three Independent leaders, and then
started out to work for the Republican
party. He promises at least thirty
.Republicans went to Oeorge Mark-
ham's home In Kallhl last night, and
together with that gentleman, gavo
three cheers for Samuel Parker and the
Republican party. Mr. Markham's
voice was the loudest ot all.
Republican politicians from the oth
er side ot the Island aro up In tho city
In force today, receiving their last In
structlons, .They report a most hopeful
state of affairs. (
John Inch, a strong Independent and
a recognized leader, has promised to
vote for Hon. Samuel Parker, It being
his belief that more can be accoui
plished by the Republican candidate
than by that of the Independents.
T. McCants Stewart 'a letter on tha
Democrat as a proverbial hater of the
dark-skinned race has been printed. In
English and Hawaiian and copies are
now being distributed all over the city
and Inthe' suburbs. The appeal of tho
merchants is another piece ot Repuo
llcan campaign literature that Is being
Wouldn't this jar the Democrats?
Dig Joe Fern, the man In whom tho
Democrats trusted for their support
along the water front, has turned Re
publican and will march at the head of
200 "poolas" In the Republican parade
tonight. Nearly all these men are con
trolled by Mr. Fern and their votes
might have been cast on the side of
16 to 1 had not Joe put his trust In the
good tenets of the Republican faith at
the last moment.
A native lady In a King street car
this morning made tho statement that
she was a Demi-rat,
teller which Wlli-nr wrnln In TMnnnt! .
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island, April
Hon. J, H. -Blount, United Statu
Obeg to submit my scrap book tor
light on the'inotlves which actuated me and my associates In the con
spiracy of May, 1U2.
You will please notice a letter from Fred M. Somen to the San Fran
cisco Examinerunder date of May 4, 1892, and also an extract from
the Illustrated American of December 26, 1891, and some extracts
from the P. C. Advertiser ot Honolulu of the month of May, 1892. In
the main these statements are correct
My chief aim was to establish a Republic with the view to ultimate
annexation to the United States of America.
If annexation should be rejectoo. by your Congress, which I hope
not, I still believe that a Republio with the closest possible relations,
commercial and otherwise, with the United States would be the best tor
The reestabllshment ot monarchy, In'tny humble opinion, ought not
to be considered for a moment .
v l' Most respectfully yours,
The question Isasked on the streets
today If the ruins of1 Kaumakaplll ai
the meeting place ot the Independents
tonight bears any significance as. to
the outcome ot tho campaign
There will bo In the neighborhood of
2000 Republicans Ir line In the big
parade oh"lgfil.' The procession will
be headed by a squad of mounted po
lice. jNext will come the full 'Hawaiian
band' and then the rough riders. Tho
torch bearers will Come next. Hon.
Samuel Parker will ride In the proces
sion. All kinds of new features will bo
Introduced. The procession will be
the grandest ever seen In Hawaii nel.
After the parade will come a monster
meeting at the drill shed over which
Jas. H. Doyd, the Indefatigable worker,
will preside. The speakers will be as
follows: D. L. Naone, Rough Rider
Albert P. Wright, of Roosevelt's Rough
Riders, Paul Neumann, Hon. Samuel
Parker, A. V. Gear, O. A. Davis, T,
McCants Stewart, Prince Albert Kunul
akea. At the overflow meeting In the tent
outside the drill shed, tho following
will speak: Hon. Samuel Parker, A. O,
M. Robertson, W. J. Coleho, Henty
Waterhouse and Jonah Kumalae,
Another meeting will be held on the
Capitol grounds, the speechmaklng to
be from the band stand. Messrs. T.
McCants Stewart J. L. Kaulukou, Lot
Lane, Clarence Crabbe and Archie 011-
fillan will bo the speakers.
The Democrats held a big meeting at
the Irmgard wharf at tho noon hou.'
today. There were over 600 present
but the Democrats were In the minority
The speakers were: Prince David Kn-
wananakao, E. K. Llllkalanl, John H.
Wise, E. D. McClanahan and Kaloaa.
McClanahan made the statement thnt
ihe sugar Interests were safer In the
hands ot the Democrats than in thoso
of the Republicans. He forgot to men
tion that the big plantation men of the
country aro Republicans.
C. J. Falk bet Arthur Wilder this af
ternoon 1200 to $50 on McKInley
against Dryan. In a group ot stock
brokers and others at tho Hawalan In
vestment bulldlng( where this wager
was laid, several bets were made on
how different States would go.
It would not be surprising If Kaulla,
the Independent leader, would vote for
The rumor Is about on the streets to
day that J. K. Kaulla and Rohtrt N,
Boyd had both deserted the ranka ot
the Independent party.
The Walaleale will go to Molokal this
afternoon, to take back one of the native
Democratic candidates who could not be
landed on that Island yesterday on account
of the rough weather. This man, Papa
Nlkl by nami, wason Maul helping' Prince
David along with his campaign.
The Democrats will have a big rally at
the Orpheum tonight.
George Markham, one of the blgge&t
guns In the Independent party, has tecome
a Republican and Is now wearing the
The Republicans held an enthusiastic
meeting In Kamolllllll last night. .The
speakers were as follows: Jas H. Boyd,
Sam Kamalopltl, Wm, H. Hooks, Philip
Naone, Clarence L. Crabbe, Moses Naku
Ina. Joseph Luahlwa was chairman.
After sitting for two hours, the coro
ner's jury, called to sit upon tho bod
ies ot Enoka, who was killed under
the wheels of tho tramcar, and the Ua-
llclan, killed ontho water front by fall
ing from a dredging train, brought In
a verdict ot accidental death.
Inspection, which will shed some
ROBERT ,W; WILCOX,
i i- :.
'The P. M. S. S. steamer China ar
rived oft port last nlshUnd after a
rigid examination mado b)Dr, Amoose
the quarantine officer, she was permit
ted to enter the port at 9 a. m. but was
nqt permitted to tie up to tho wharf
the regulation six feet from tho wharf
being Insisted upon. All of the steer
age passengers wero stripped, examined
ami sent over to the quarantine station
IU IK .cyi IUOIC tWI DC1VU U.JB,
Dr. Amesse stated' th&t tiavlng re
celved a letter f rom. Dr. 'Eldrldge, U.
S. officer at YokSks'dV to the effect
that a, qMe suipeclSa -o be bubonic
plsgu,had been Waded at Yokohama.
THhgtauwa .Daily -Mall says under date
is4li. '.- 4
Yesterday lorendon, about an hour
before the time set for the departure o.'
tbe Pacific Mall steamship China, one
ot her Chinese passengers was found to
be suffering from what was suspected
to be plague. He was at once examined
by Dr. Eldrldge and the quarantine
officer, but the result of the examina
tion Is not yet known. The China left
here for the Naganama quarantine sta
tion at Ave yesterday afternoon.
Upon this Information the quaran
tine officers felt the necessity ot tak
ing every precaution. Dr. Amesso says
that his examination showed the Chi
na's passengers and crew to be in a
good state of health and has so In
structed the quarantine officer at Siu
Tbe China Is three days late and hot
officers are all out' of sorts and well
they might be as three days will bo
taken off their stay In San Francisco.
It will. bo remembered that on the
China's out trip from San Francisco a
black kitten was found In a mall bag.
The. walling of the cat was beard by , tho
purser and two days out from port the
captain opened tbe mall and removed
the kitten. The unfortunate object uf
San Francisco postal clerk's doubtful
practical joke died and was burled at
sea. It did not live to be a ship's
mascot." And with sallorllke super
stltton the officers and men bellevo
that thereby lies all tho responsibility
of all tbe China's bad luck this trip.
After leaving Honolulu the vescel
encountered heavy gales which made
her late In reaching Yokohama. Then
came the delay ot 48 hours at that port
on account of the case of shknczs
which Dr. Eldrldge claimed to be a
plakue suspect. On tho voyago home
ward everything In the ship has been at
sixes and sevens. Doubts are even en
tertatned that tho ship will ever reach
San Francisco and nil because ot a
cat a wee little kitten.
The ship's doctor nnd officers tf the
China deny that there was a plague
caBo on board and score Dr. Eldrldge,
They claim that the Japanese port
physician apologized to the captain for
tbe delay, stating that there was not
a suspicion of plague. The China sai's
at 6 o'clock tomorrow morning. She
has twenty-six through cabin passen
gers and JZ0 steerage.,
Vote thi Stralgtit Republican Ticket
Service of Song.
Kawalhao church was crowded yes
terday evening for the service ot sour,
In which the hymns of Dlngham and
Lyons were features. Rev. W. D. Weu
tervclt conducted tho service, the sing
ing being led by Theo. .Richards. In
teresting addresses on topics found In
the hymns wero delivered by Messrs.
Klallna, Poepoe and David AI, theolo
gical students In tho North Pacific Mis
Tbe Evening Bulletin, '5 cents per
rum 1 iu-esiiki 1111
'Hi Urr-nnw uimi
MR. PAIN CONTEMPLATES
D0UBLINQ CAR SERVICE
Governor Dele Decides to Increase Poll
ing Facilities Another Cemetery
Heard From With Unaccept
Governor Dole stated to his coun
cillors this morning that he had de
cided to Increase the number of vot
ing compartments in precincts where
the number of registered voters Is fear
ed to be too large for voting within the
prescribed xihours. This action had
been taken mainly to avoid anv rhonr
'of trouble from the different parties
trying to keep eac hother out Mr.
Row. It was stated, had the work ot
preparing the booths In band .
Superintendent McCandlcss submit-
ed a letter from the Hawaiian Cemetery
Association making a proposition for
the burial of paupers In tbo Remond
Orovo cemetery. It did not' meet with
favor, and the Superintendent ot Pub
lic Works was Instructed to reject tbe
Another communication was from W.
II. Pain, superintendent of the Hawa
iian Tramways Company, requesting
permission to put in new switches thit
would admit ot a flve-mlnute service
on the Beretanla street route and a sev
en and a halt minute service between
Palama and Walklkl. Mr. Pain, It was
agreed, should be asked to submit a
map with the locations of proposed
new switches marked thereon, and,
turther. be Informed ot conditions with
which the company should be required
Governor Dole read a letter from the
Secretary of State, enclosing another
from the War Department xegardlng
land which had been taken by the lat
ter overlooking Kallhl basin. The
communication' was In reply to a letter
from Mr. Mott-Smlth, Minister of For
eign Affairs under the Republic, of last
April. In which the War Department
was asked If It would let the land re
vert to the Hawaiian Oovernment foe
The War Department replies that as
the land In question Is the only avail
able site for a military station at Ho
nolulu, and tbe purchase of other land
later might romo high to tho Depart
ment ,lt prefers to hold on to whv. it
I (01 TERM
THE CALENDAR FOUND
VERY MUCH READY
Jury Excused Until Wednesday
Waiting for Caypless-Demur-rers
for Argument After the.
Galling of Calendar.
Judgo Humphreys began holding thn
November term of the First Circuit
Court at 10 o'clock this morning. Thee
was a large attendance of lawyers.
Before calling the calendar, the Judge
excused the Jury until Wednesdy
morning. At the same time the pris
oners awaiting trial wero removed.
They will be arraigned to plead to In
dictments this afternoon.
"Ready" was the prompt answer in
nearly all tbe cases. Demurrers were
announced In some, and In others the
Judge said ho was disqualified. Argu
ment on demurrers will be heard be'
tween now and Wednesday. Days woro
set, ot promised to be, In cases where
witnesses have to' bo brought from oth
T. McCants Stewart mentioned a cane
In whlch'Edgar Cayplcss was opposing
counsel to blm, whom he promised tc
make no move until tbe return ot Mr.
Cayplcss from Washington. That was
more than a year ago, however, but
be only statod tho circumstances for
tho Information ot the court. It was
a .matter of professional ethics, "My
word Is as good as my bond," Mr. Stew
art casually remarked.
Judgo Humphreys has signed tn
order of distribution ot 94H8.25 de
posited In court by J. S Walker, exe
cutor of the will 'of Joseph Lazarus, to
bo made by Georga Lucas, clerk, s
follows: Costs o! court, $18; Kst'ier
OFFJt v ,
...AS tn ,. 6"u"'
llosewarne's bequest, $26; and to ea.-h
of tho following named IS09.05, being
one-fifth of tbe balance of M04V25:
Kalulmakaoto Lazarus, widow; Alex
ander and Eleazar Lazarus, sons; Na
omi Lazarus, grand-daughter, and Ade
laide Rawson Schllef, grand-daughter
ot decedent. ,;
A stlpuatlon Is filed In the Kamalo
Sugar Co. case that defendants havt
live days from dale la which to rile a
motion for leave to answer the amend
ed bill of compbVnt of plaintiffs.
Jacob F. Brown, Commissioner of
Lands, returned on Saturday from an
official tour on the IsMnd of Hawaii.
In reply o a cuestlon v :o tbe object
and resultior his trip Mr. Drown said
to a Bulletin rei-jdv'.
"I went through Hllo and Hama-
kua,, also Walmea, looking into the
general conditions relative to lands
taken up, and ascertaining the wishes
of various people as too other lands ti
"Several petitions have been re
ceived for openlrg up laa ti In Hllo and
"No, there are no roads to the lands
proposed to.be opened. The read prop
osition is always a difficult one. That
would be part ot the question to be con
sidered In laying out new homoUeai's.
"In general I was pleased with tho
Improvements made on such lands as
had already been devoted to settle
ment." Yote the Straight Republican Ticket
Men's dress shirts, open front or
back, tho largest and most complete as
sortment In town at f 1.00 apiece. L. D.
Kerr ft Co., Queen street
Yote the Straight Republican Ticket
TUB WATERMAN ipjsAL." FOUN
TAIN PEN. AlPsUesall shapes. H.
r. WIOHMAN. i
The band had a busy time of it Sat
urday. The boys played three times
In connection with the Tenehoeetsn
celebration of the Japanese and then at
Emma Square. The concert on the
Capitol grounds was very largely at
tended. Chas. Krouto. played his Unit
cornet solo since the vacation ot the
band boys and It was very well receiv
ed. This evening, the band will play
In the Republican parade and then at
the meeting In thi drill sh1, so there
will be no concert In Emma Square.
Lady Physician Coming. ' .
The New Olasgbw, N. 8., Eastern
Chronicle says In a personal that Dr.
Kate McKay Is on her way to IWnefulu
to spend the winter.
Yote the Straight Republican Ticket
KEOLA Lilly Kelllkaulla, beloved
wife of Jas. N. K. Keola, at Wallukri,
Maul, on October 28, 1900, ot con
sumption; aged 26 years.
Kerr ft Co. have values In men's and
boy's clothing that cannot be dupli
cated. They are making a specialty
just now of boy's tweed pants at 25
cents per pair.
Tho latest styles in shirts and ties
are to be found at Iwakaml's, Hotel
street Tel. 3361 White,
A Maupnalel sugar assessment
tlce appears under New Today.
FOR MUDDY STREETS.
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The Doctor's Advice
Is to keep your feet dry and
This Is what OUR HEAVY
BOX CALF IN TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
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$4.50 Per Palp.
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