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THE EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, H. I MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1900.
Fnbllibed Krery Day except Sunday,
at 310 King Street, Honolulu,
T. ofil., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WAI.LACKIt. FA1UUNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
Entered at the Post Office at Hono
lulu at second class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
Per year " " " H.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign...... 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Telephone i . . 256
Post Office Box w 718
MONDAY NOVEMUER 5, 1900,
Mark Your Ballots
FOR DELEGATE TO CONORESS.
Unexpired Term, 56th Congress.
Wilcox, R. W.
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
(Full Term, 57th Congress)
Parker, Samuel X
Wilcox. R. W. !
Achi.W. Ck.uawi) x
Bipikane, S. W.
Boyd, R. N. I
Brown, Cecil bhmm, X
Carter, Geo. R. im " X
Carter, J. Q.
Crabbe, Clarence L. pt"' "X"
Fernandez, Abraham I
HoltJ. D. Jr. I
Isenberg, D. P.R. Jr.
Kaulia, J. K.
Lilikalani, E. K.
Pahia, Frank X
Pua, S. K (
Rowe, E. C.
Waterhouse. H. (w.i.t.hn.i.1) x"
Booth C. W
Bush, J, E.
Camara, J. M.
Clark, J. K.
Gilfiilan, -. F.
Kalauokalani. D. Jr.
Keiki, J. W.
Macfarlane, JE. C.
Nakookoo, J. K.
Robertson, A. G. M.
Spencer, 5. W.
Wise, John H.
Coelho. W. J. "' X
Damon, S. IY1.
Hitchcock, H. R. nn.iw.on) j x
Johnson, Enoch e-") X
Kaulukou, J.L. X
Lane, John X
Mahoe, S. K.
Makainai, J. P.
McCandless, L. L (tmon.) x
Aossman. H J.
Prendergast, J. K.
Robert Wllcoi ran never nbtaln a
seat In tho United States Congress. K.
vole cast for him can only servo to
throw discredit upon the good name of
the Hawaiian people.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
The withdrawal of George Mnrkhnm
from M Independent party Is a direct
result of the chaos for which that par
ty stands. What sense Is there In vot
ing for men who cannot manage a po
litical party honestly to say nothing of
dealing with the affairs of thj-gov-eminent?
Thqfefflctal location of tho polling
places Wlnibllshcd In another column
of this Issue. Every voter should take
particular care In looking up tho poll
ing place of his precinct and be on
The true Republican will vote the
straight ticket, from Parker down.J
Wilcox Is disposed to hedge on ttls
purported remarks about the Demo
crats, It Is natural for Robert to as
sert belief In his own election, yet tho
wholo tenor of his remarks shows that
ho appreciates that his political cause
Tho appeal to voters from the busi
ness men should convince every cltlzin
of this Island that at the election to
morrow tho business tntcrests of theso
Islands arc at stake. A vote for Wilcox
means a vote for business depression;
that laborers will be thrown out of em
ployment by reason of tho lack of con
fidence Investors wilt have In Hawaiian
securities and Industrie.!. The business
men make no effort to influence tho
voters In their selection of candidal.-
from the regular American parties. A
vote for Wilcox and his party means
a vote for disaster. No citizen of th?
Territory can afford to throw his in
fluence to a party of destruction.
Vote the straight Republican ticket.
Sound money and prosperity.
SPLIT TICKET VOTER.
The Republican who falls jto vote for
every candidate on tho Republican
ticket falls utterly In his comprehen
sion of what the Republican party
stands for. Ho falls utterly In his com
prehension of tho American conditions
that must prevail If Hawaii Is to gain
prestige In the United States and secure
speedily the advantages of Statehood.
With the political parties aligned on
American lines the people of tho Unit
ed States will watch the Legislative
contest as closely as that for delegate.
Tho election of a Legislature with a
majority for none of the parties will
accomplish much tho same result lo
cally as would the election of Wilcox
to Congress. Such a 'result, which Is
possible If the voters break away from
party lines, will create -a Legislature,
tho personification of chaos, a body of
men whose time will bo taken up in
the play for party advantage while thj
business of the Territory remains un
Every man on every ticket doubtless
has his personal enemies. He would
not bo worthy a candidacy If ho ha.l
not. The Republican, however, who
puts personality before tho sound prin
ciples of his party Is In fact throwing
his Influence against every tenet and
precedent for which his party stand
sponsor. Tho split ticket man Is filse
to himself, false to his party. His In
fluence Is destructive rather than cro
atlvo and nullifies, whatever Buppon
he may glvo to Individuals, on the Re
publican ticket. Dy voting for a Dem
ocrat or Independent who Is h'.s
"friend," the Bpllt ticket voter makes
possible If Hot probable, the defeat cf
his "friend" on the Republican ticker
Every declared Republican Bbould
vote solidly for tho candidates of bis
party, if he hopes to maintain In thU
Territory any degree of party discipline
or establish tho American principle of
Lunatic Attack's Empress.
Yokohama, Oct, 25. Yesterday
morning as the Empress and her tiulto
were passing tho offices of the Nippon
Yusen Kalsha on their way to the lla
ma Detached Palace, a young man
named Kageyama Iwasaburo, apparent
ly a lunatic, threw one of his wooden
clogs at the carriage In which Her Ma
Jcscty was riding. The clog missed tho
carriage at which It was aimed, and
struck that occupied by Viscount Ka
gawa. The man was at once arrested.
Yote the Straight Republican Ticket
Pioneer Blectric Transit.
C. S.'Desky expects to start the trol
ley cars running up and down Pacific
Heights tomorrow afternoon. Ho
chooses election day by way of cele
brating McKlnley's sure thing reelec
tion. Ji: 7" f
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
IMPORTS OP CHAMPAGNE
Intn the United twin January I t
to July 1st, iqoo.
G. H. MUMM Si CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 00,140 cases.
Moet & Chandon 18,413 "
Pommery & Greno f2.jSj "
Hledskk & Co , Dry Mono-
pole.Vv" ,ooq "
Louls'ltoederer ' 4,418 "
All other brands . ...- 27012 "
TOTAL 155,184 "
Compiled from tho OfTtcUl Custom H?um Records
UACFARLAHE & CO., LTD., Sole agents.
Th Laat CARLOAD OP
Pacific Hardware Co.
Limited, t .
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in the
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel-Range.
The "SURPRISE" Square Oven Steel Range.
Ranges (or 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 arid perfect bakers. Have Self-mounting Cast
iron Door, and the entire outside finish Is of Aluminium. Particular attention
Is directed to the fact that the Inside or the Sheet-steel Is also Aluminlzea. which
protects the wearing qualities and prevents rusting out. DETACHABLE RE
SERVOIR, which fits all sles. The prices of the above are extremely low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Best Designed and Best MsdeSlove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Fire-back, Large Fire-box, Large Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spacious Pouch-feed,
Large BrollIng-door, Heavy Boston-ring Covers, hxtra Heavy Ca.Hron Sectional
Linings, Large Ash-pan, Rods Mounted on Outside. DUPLEX GRATE, which
can be removed and replaced without disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
Alumlnlzed Oven-door, Oven-back and Oven Hack. Aerated Oven, admitting
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mixed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS"are made.
This mlxt re adds strength, prevents blowholes, and Is a benefit to Iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT ot the
Bethel Street PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium I
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 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
NOW ON EXHIBITION
FORTY SWELL TURNOUTSe
Every One 0 Them a Different Style t
WE SEIL CARRIAGES AS (HEAP AS
BECAUSE l buy direct Irom the
Why You 8hould Buy Your Carriages From Uti 1
You Take No Risks of damage in transportation.
You Have a Chance to Personally. Inspect stock and
select something to your liking. If you order from the
"Coast by cata'ogue you are taking chances of getting
something entirely different from what it louks on DaDer.
RememberI A suit of clothing
as one cosiing tfiu.uu.
Schuman's Carriage and Harness Repository.
ROOSEVELT IN NEW YORK.
Syracuso, N, Y., Oct. 25. The clos
ing speeches ot an arduous day In the
Roosevelt campaign were made at Au
burn and Syracuse.atter jumps through
widely divergent counties. Although It
was a favorable day, because, while In
Auburn and Syracuse, there were sev
eral Interruptions, tho questions and
answers were In rather good natured
form, and there was no friction which
Indicated a desire on the part ot either
questioner or answerer to enter Into a
Syracus eltself, was a blaze of light
while hundreds of people thronged (he
streets. Tho auditorium where tho
spechmaklng was held and the square
whero the outside meeting took plico
.were both too sraall.'.to accommodate
those who desired to hear Oovernir
In Auburn three meeetlngs had to be
held to accommodate tho people. It
was at this place that tho first serious
Interruption of tho day occuncd. Tho
Governor had started at tho first meet
ing upon an exposition of the tru,t
Indorse Republican principles by
voteng the straight ticket.
Tho Dtillclers Annotation on Satur
day agreed to accept tho compromise
offered by tho Carpenters' Union, to
have the eight-hour day begin on tho
first of December.
.Room 8, Model Block.
VOU CAN BUY THEM III 'FRISCO I
ficlorlei un deleri on the Cool.
for $1 1:oks as well on paper
AT THE ORPHEUM.
I The theater going people have been
hungry for a show for the past few
weeks despite tho fact that politicians
have been .doing all In their power
to Interest and entertalnthem. It Is
doubtful It a final rally would have
kept them away from the Orpheum
Saturday night. They were all there,
familiar faces and lots ot new onts
eager for some sort ot an entertain
ment and they got It according to
The clever little skit, "A Pipe
Dream" smacked of the No. 1 brand
and caused several to remark to their
neighbors that "that Is the kind you
want to smoke after this."
The.Dulcle sisters were, greeted with
storms of applause on their ontrance
and gracefully .responded to several
encori-B and Dlrdlo Brlghtthlng with
her banjo caught on for keeps. Dent
ing and Carroll were greatly handicap
ped by the 'usual Saturday night per
formance ot the electric lights but they
made good hqwever nnd'aro favorites
as long as they V(IU stay.
Edward 13. Adams ,1s a descriptive
balladlst ot exceptional ability. Ho Is 3
clever .actor and sings his songs In a
delightfully Intelligent manner. ".Tho
Humber" of course was a hit, only hla
was nit honest plumber.
Thero will be no performance to
night, but tomorrow evening and every
evening following perfoimnuces will be
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
I Transcendent Light
iwi 1 . .
: w. -w-. w-sste-:
Carriage Maker u
S General Repairing. I
Painting, Blacksmithing,, Trimming.
Phaetons, Baggies and Hacks Manufactured.
Ofhca Phoof 130
AUkta Street, Malul of Merc ant Street.
Piano and Reading Lamps,
Shades, Globes and
Sol Aftnti tor ,
The WestinghoHse Elec. & Mfg. Co.,
Special Bargain In New Fixtures. '
THE HONOLULU TOBACCO CO., LTD., beg leave, to
inform their friends and the public generally that they have
moved into their new store 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 specialty.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
B 3!T O-Z 3!T 33 B 15 S
Boilermakers : : and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
13 J0HANN13 WATER
from the Springs of Zollhans, Germany, cures most all alls.Js pleasant lo
take, Is pure and sparkling, does not looselts strength by be ng bottled. No
home should be without a case of tlohannls Water.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
"We TTatcla. "Wlxile TTo-ul Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AO.ENCY ::::::::
R.llebl. W.tchm.n turnlih.a toiftorain4 property. Beit City reference! toralebel. Deteotre
bq coBDdentltl work of All ioru. ;;
Office Room 4 Model Block -
General Merchandfec. Dty Goods, Groceries.
. Japanese Provisions, etc
General Business Agency ', All Kinds of Laborers Supplies, Carved Stone constantly on
hand, ready to, supply. . T, HAYA8HI, Mgl
.King Street, 'near Liliha (Etta side), Honolulu, T. of II,
r, o, Box mi
Soq Bkiuttawia Brnatrr
. Tontty part of the city
' HOFFMAN &HAHKHAM.
Tel., 3151 Blue. P. O. Box 600.
Ifirlce will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
Best Light known
to science and th
ARCH L1GHT8 for indoor and lOut-
Installed on short notice for Lawn Parties Luaus of'Hills.
Lights Rented by Month.
. I BOO or 500 Candle Power.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
.. .M V1V "lfcwwww
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manage?. '
P. O. BOX 24.
1 ' TV T"
- ZEvgato. 215
P. O. Box 878
ad Dmw in .
Orronmc Qpumt'a- HoararAT.
Put in one of our
A large shipment of Fans direct or
alternating current for us on either
desk or celling.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
, Oceanic Gaeancl
Blectric Co., Ltd.
Office: 46 Merohant St.
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