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THE BVENINO BULLETIN! HONOLULU, II. I.. MONDAY, NOVEMBER J, 1900
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N.S.SACHS DRY G00DSC0., Ltd
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buy DRY GOODS, that is, IF YOU
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WANT TO BUY THEM RIGHT.
We have Just received
Ex S. 8. "Queen," t s
One Hundred and Ninety Six
NlW DRY GOODS! I
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National Canvass by New
York Herald Gives T
IEP01TS AIE MABE
WITIOUT PARTY BIAS
Where McKinlej Will Make Gains
Bryan Loses Hearilj in West
New "York Sure
Of Broken Heart
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FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS:
(Unexpired Term, 56th Congress.)
(Full Term, 67th CongreM.)
SENATORS, ISLAND OF OAHU:
Hop. D. P. R. Isenberg. Jr.,
Col.-John D.Holt, Jr., "
Honr E. K. Llllkalanl, "
Hon. J. 0. Carter,
Charles W. Booth,
Major J. M. Camara,
S. W. Spencer,
Hon. E. C. Macfarlane,
John H. Wise,
Hon1 John E. Bush,
FIFTH .DISTRICT. '
Hon. S. M., Damon,
H. J. Mossman,
R.,W; Holt, '
Jesse P. Makalnal.
Cut and Growing Plants, Sprayi, Bou
quet. Decorators for Weddings' and Recep
tion. Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
"F W. THRUM,
BOOM Ha 10, SPIUKOTJI SLOCK
nutation Work a Specialty.'
UM ' .' ;
lit Hrt.1 Sintt, H. I.
g.ta. CaltbatbH. Ula, Nttlv. Hits, Hut Skirts,
fcllha. Kill. tut. SlwIU, Sm4. Etc , Hmmsms.
m, ctuaur m M.t. TtLtrnoNB
FRED J. CROSS,
-Consulting and Superintending
Bootro-Hydranllc fowir TtaiHsnlsjioa
nntinsHSD. ; . .
With Carton-Nell Co,, Ojsssa streM.
OaaosnaontograU'fln.. n UM
, JAMES T. TAYLOR,
gOoJuddMook. Teto.dM. ' "
Honolulu Iron Works Go
Improved and saodsra BUQAJt afj,.
CHINEHT ot .every capacity and
acrlptlon mad to' order.' Better work
and RIVKTKD FIPBtV for lrrtgatloa
purpose, a specialty. ParUetila atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and retain
executed at shortest notice
Vote the straight Republican ticket.
Sound money and prosperity.
New York, Oct 20. The HeraU
sayBt McKlnley's probable electoral
votes In 1900, 282. Dryan'a probable
electoral votes In 1900, 165. Whole
number of votes In Electoral College,
447. Necessary to a choice, 224. He
Klnley's probable majority In 1900,
117. McKlnley's majority In 1896, 95.
This Is the Herald's prediction of the
result of the Presidential election. The
data upon Which It Is based have been
collected with more than usual care.
Men ot experience In gauging public
opinion on political questions have
been stationed tor weeks In the doubt
ful states, whero both parties havo
been making great efforts. These men
have done work absolutely without bias
and have reduced their observations
to cold-blooded calculation, and in. each
Instance have given what they con
sider the strong probabilities. In addi
tion to this the country has been can
vassed In another way, through other
correspondents or through newspapers
associated with the ltcrald In gather
ing news. This second poll waa con
ducted for the purpose of ascertaining
the probable complexion of the Fifty
seventh Congress, and furnishes, as a
check on tho other canvass. Indica
tions as to how the election Is going for
President In both Investigations prac
tically the same result has been reach
ed In all the States which, during the
campaign, have been regarded as fight
McKlnley and Roosevelt will hold
all the border Southern States that
went for McKlnley and Hobart In 1896
with the exception or Kentucky. Ken
tucky Is doubtful still, but the proba
bilities are for Bryan. West Virginia,
Maryland and Delaware are regarded
as safe for the Republican candidate!.
McKlnley will probably have Indiana,
and It he geta It the result will be en
tirely due to the farmer vote. The
States which were carried by Bryan In
1896 and which will go tor McKlnley
this year are South Dakota, Kansas,
Washington and Wyoming. Bryan
got one electoral vote In California In
1896. California Is solid for McKlnley
With the exception of Kentucky Mc
Klnley will hold all the States he car
ried In 1896 and make a net gain ot
eleven electoral votes In California,
South Dakota, Wyoming and Washington.
In the present House the Republicans
have 185. Democrats 162, all other ant!-
Republicans 7, 'while there are three
vacancies. This gives the Republican.
a working majority of sixteen. The
(tew House will probably have 185 Re
publican votes, the Democrats will have
153, there will be three Fuslonlsts and
Silver Republicans, two Populists and
fourteen districts are doubtful. Gains
In the House have been made by tk?
Democrats on the West and South, but
they are offset by gains made by the
Republicans In the East. In the Sen
ate, where the Republicans now bavo
fifty members, the Indications are that
next year they will have at least forty
six members, which Is one more than a
majority. There are eleven doubtful
Senatorial elections pending, and th)
Republicans can scarcely lose control
of tho Senate, even should Bryan be
elected. Quay may not be elected In
Pennsylvania, Elklns may be defeated
In West Virginia and Pettlgrew may
lose In South Dakota.
No States Indicate as great a major
ity for McKlnley as In UM. The plu
rality In New York will be more th-in
cut In two, Illinois, which gave 142,000
Republican majority four years ago,
will not give over G0,000, and the Dem
ocrats ar. likely to elect the Governor
and Legislature. The majority In Ohio
wllUalso'Dt'tut Nebraska wlll'glve
Bryan 6000 plurality and elect Ji fu
sion') Legislature, which will,1 lnturn,
elect- Bryan .to- the United States Senate.
The Herald's returns reveal that
while the voters are not satisfied with
the policy of the Government In Porto
Rico and the Philippines, and while
there Is a great dislike and distrust of
the industrial tendencies toward trusts
and combinations of capital, the pow
erful factor controlling the voters will
be the fear of Bryan on financial que
tlons and the belief that he would
bring commercial, financial and Indus
trial disaster If he went to the White
Atlanta, Ga., Oct 23. During his
present visit to his home In Alabama,
and wherever he haa appeared before
the public, Lieutenant Richmond P.
Hobson has been quoted as saying that
Admiral Sampson Is dying of a broken
heart, owing to the Sampson Schley
controversy, which followed the naval
engagement at Santiago.
He Is quoted as follows:
"When last Saturday, October 13th,
1 saw In the papers that Admiral Samp
son was 111, 1 took the next train to
Boston and spent 8unday with him.
His health Is declining. His physicians
are baffled at his malady, ills organs
are all right but his health does not
"We touched on one or two subjects.
For a little while he could not speak.
Soon he had to bo carried to his room,
and 1 did not Me him again. Mrs.
Sampson told me that this great man
was brooding, was breaking his heirt
at the thought that his fellow-country'
men were so unkind.
"I said to Mrs. Sampson: 'When I
visit my Southland, It the opportunity
offers Itself, I wish to tell them some
thing of his majestic character.' ShJ
replied: 'You dare not Your Soutii-
land was quick and vigorous to resent
what was thought to be an attempt to
take! away the,. laurels of one of Its
"I came by Washington and saw tho
Secretary of the Navy and the Presi
dent To them I also stated my Inten
tion and they both gave mo their con
sent, warning me, however, ot what I
Lieutenant Hobson, In his speech at
a public reception here today said Ad
miral Sampson had hot received sim
ple Justice at the hands of the Ameri
ca npeople. He said:
"It has been sought to place him !r. a
despicable light before tho world, to
make him an Incompetent, narrow
minded man, and Jealous of th; fame of
his contemporaries, partlcul'irlr of iue
Illustrious naval chief. As his Junior
officer, serving under him, I oxpress
the dcliberato opinion that Admiral
Sampson Is tho colossal figure of the
Spanish-American war the genius ot
the naval victory ot Santiago.
"He Is unmatched today as the di
recting mind ot a war squadron on the
HAWAII LAND CO.
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Capital, paM up, fj&Ma
W. O, Aehl Pnd.nt Manager
M. K. Maknlna.... Vie. Predd.nl
J. Makalnal........ ,....TrMSUr
Enooh Johnson Btxrokary
Cteo. L. Deha..... ..Andltor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Mplkan.,
Th. above Company will buy, Ism.,
or mU lan.li In aU part, of th. Hawaiian
Islands; and aim has hons. In th. City
of Honolulu for rent l8fl-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers A Dealer
JOT We will Bay ar bttt Beat Batata Is
ill parts of th. goap.
OFFICE. 10 West Kino Street
Menu, Brtken aid Jabber.
H. P. BALDWIN
J. B. CASTLE.... 1st VIct-PrtsktsM
W. M. ALEXANDER....md VIce-PrtsMss
J. P. Cooke .Treaauisr
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audita
Sifir Facttrs ui
Real Estate Broker.
' 223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs .
and HOUSES TO LET.
Americans to Buy
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ot Title .
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar C.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie CaHfonk mJ trieaUl S. S. Ct.
New York, Oct. 26. The cable dis
patch from St. Thomas, Danish Wi-it In
die., atatlnc tbnt much adverse feeling
bas been caused there by the revival of the
report that Denmsrk Intended to kII her
Ulsnd. to the United States caiued much
urpnw) among Dane, and American, who
ililm to be potted on public opinion
there. According to the dl.patcbc. a meet
Inc of the council ha been convoked at
St. Croix or the purpose of making for
mal protmt aralnit the sale. The pre.,
throughout the Idands, the dlipatch went
on to say, iproteated against the propoaed
sale, declaring: "We do not desire to be
Among thoM qualified to dlacuaa the
altustion In St. Croix is A. J. Blackwood,
American consul In that place, chairman
of the colonial council and the moat ex-
trnalve owner ot planting Intereita there.
Mr. Blackwood la now staying at the
I'lerrepont Houae, Brooklyn, with his
wife and family. When seen there he
Speaking not In my official capacity
at conaul, but aa the chairman of the
colonial council, I say that the statement
In the cable meuage I. untrue. Ever
luce the publication last May of the
story ot Captain C'brlatmaa''and Mr.
Rogers alleged deal for the Standard Oil
Company, Interest in the imle of the is
lands ha. been renewed among their In
habitants more than ever before.
"Only two month, ago the Inhabttanta
of St. Croix held a mass meeting, pe
titioning the king for the sale of the la
lands to the United States, Over two
tljlrds of the plautlng Interest of the is
land waa represented on that petition.
As a matter of self-protection we are
hound to wish to come under the Amerl
"We want annexation, and we want It
even If only with .the same privileges ten
dered to Porto Rico. Take the duty on
sugar from Porto Rico and from St
Croix and compare them and see why we
want to be annexed. A three hundred-
pound bag of sugar frdm Porto Rico Is
taxed with a duty of 75 cents. The aauie
weight of the same kind ot sugar from St.
Croix a taxed $S. Can there be longer
doubt aa to whether or! not we want an
"As to the advantages of St. Thomas,
S.t. Johu,and St. Croix to thla govern
ment, that is a story I leave to govern
ment Judgment. I speak only from the
standpoint of an islander.
"There are some In St Croix who, sac
rificing to selfish motives the welfare of
the majority, are raising a loud cry
against annexation. These are without
exception men who hold good Joba under
the present government men who, like
druggists, under the present Danish law
hold monopolies In their lines, and rich
negroes who fear the American race opln
Ions nnd fear American capital and labor
wil swamp them. This minority is doing
all In Its power to raise a cry over the
W.G. Irwin &6o.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot aM
Baldwin Locomotive Works, at
Philadelphia, Penn., U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co., (Nations
Cane Shredder), New York, U. B. A.
N. Ohlandt Co.'s Chemical FerttsV
Alex. Cross 4k 8ons, high grade Fat.
tlllxcrs for Cane and Coffee).
Reed'a Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR BALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. ft B. Palais)
and Papers; Lucol and Llnsssa
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), as,
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement Lisa
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size .royal photos, from Katnehameh
I. td date.
On Fort Street :.
a New Lot of . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTB
Win. G. Irwin & C,
Wb, O. Irwin.. President and Isamaawa
Claus SpreckeU Vic. Preatosat,
W. M. QIBard ..Second Vic. Prealaeal.
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treat, and Ss.
oeo. J. Rosa An
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Robertaou, Manager! K. F. Blaies
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Auan, Auau ,r, v. u. joom, h. WBr
bona., Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
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City Furniture Store, ' Fort street,
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