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IJilL liVllNINO HUl.LllTINt HONOLULU, II. I IHUliSnAY. N.OVUMIIIJU ; ipoo.
Publltlmt Kmr )y rw.pt Annititjr,
it 310 KlnR Htrtrt. Ilntmliilil,
1'. of II.. Iijr tho
mtltlillTIN I'Ulll.inilINO COMPANY".
WAI.I.AUK iulliUNUTON ..IMINir
DANIIil, I.O0AN Clly Kdllnr
Knlrrril .t the Port OlDco it Hono
lulu AH immil clnM mntlrr.
l'er monlli. nnynhrre In I'. 8. ..$ .75
Per year J.O0
Per year, utmlil. foreign 13.00
l')alilo Imnrlntily In mlvancc.
Port Oillco llnx 71S
.Novi:.Min:it , l&oo.
S.tm Parker inn afford to rent riu)
with hi two hundtcil plurality. Wilcox
inn neier set a soat In ConKrrsn.
All lull the 11 lag sravcl of tlio Uai
Id Transit work. May It take mi the
mnlility of Mf. Dciky. Mho nhen he
taken liolil of a nrrininiltlcm ean't be
mi-ii fur ilimt till It In finished.
It Is not surprising that Wilcox
claims tho eleitlon. He doubtless sur
prised himself so thoroughly In M
pains on this Islnnil Hint he allows hlm
Kelf to think (hire no limit to his
power to mislead.
Notwithstanding the AiUertlset's
wild opusltlon to Mr. Kminclutli.ulilch
really assisted rather than Injutcd him,
It appears from the returns that tho
people are willing plumbers sho'ild
tonllmio to do business.
T.IRIiSIIINU OUT PAH80VCR8
Searching for the cause of tho defeat
of Individual candidates on the He
publlcnn ticket Is a matter likely to be
ruled by personal prejudices. The eltf
tlon on this Island proves nothing
however, If not the wisdom of the io
enlled radical wing or liberal clement
of tho Republican party. .Mr. Thurston
must of necessity appreciate In his oc
casional moments of sober Judgment
Hint his Btyle of politics has not bct.t
cndoiscd by the party In Its final appeal
to the people. The wisdom of A. V.
(car In sacrlllclng nuy personal ambi
tions to BPcme party unity Is proved
by the narrow plurality with which tho
Itepubllcalis hao escaped. The w'
ilom of the party wing with which .Mr.
Clear ainilaies Is also proved by the fact
that Crabbe, a member of this wing put
In Gear's plaic, ran second on tiia
ticket, a close second to Cecil Blown
who comes as near being an Ideal can
didate ua any mnn In the Held.
Tho Ilullctln does not concur In the
opinion that Henry Wutcrhouso was
low ncil by scratched tickets Through no
fault of his own, Mr. Wnterhouse sIdo i
before the people as u candidate forced
upon tho ticket by sand-bag polltlrJ,
ami It was well known that Mr. TIihij
tou was tho power behind tho hold-up.
The party manager hail to decide
whether they would replace Mr. Wntor-
houso or carry him to ilefeat. They ac
cepted the latter horn of tho dilemma
mid Watcrhou8o was sacrificed,
George Carter's position at tho tall
end of the ticket Is another factor that
goes to uphold the opinions of the lib
eral Republicans. Mr. Carter as chah
man of tho I'lfth District Republican
committee had or ought to have hail :t
complete organization at his command.
Mr. Carter must assume the responsi
bility for pulling himself through, aUo
tho responsibility for tho defeat of tho
entire Representative ticket In his Dis
trict. The Wesson of tho campaign to the
Republicans should bo that the nplu-
Ions of party men as exprpsseil at th
primaries arc not to bo treated lightly
or with any degrro of Indlffercnco by
men elertrd to nominating to.iveutlor.a.
Hvtry minority nppeiil should be tnf
eil with consideration, lint when it
comes to requiring, demanding a ic
rlflco of principle no party or coin en
t ion can grunt such a imcrir.ro without-)
loss when the candidates
go beforo the pcoplo for the final deter
mination, TO THE DEMOCRATS.
No ono can deny that the Democrat.,
though burled under an avalanche of
votes, went down with colors (lying,
As was Btated In this paper yesterday j
I'rlnco David saved the election to
Samuel Parker. His campaign
throughout was characterized by mnik
ed personal dignity that wilt ever re
flect credit to tho good name of the
young man and the ancestry he repre
sents. Out of practically nothing,
with no Federal prestige, and within a
practically short time tho Democraca
worked up an organization nnd becamo
a prominent factor In the canvass
ngalnBt greater ods than any political
party has faced In these Islands for
In Its bit analysis the campaign In
theso IslaudB resolved itself Into a
"government" and "anti-government"
fight. Tho Republicans perforce up
held tho "government" and had what
ever prestige tho control of patronage
gave. Tho Wilcox Independents repre
sented tho radical opposition as created
under tho six years administration of
tho Republic of Hawaii. Hitter antago
nisms was thlr war cry. The Demo
crats spako for the conservative oppo
sition. Tho result speaks for Itself.
The Democrats took up tho only lino
of nrgument possible to prescno per
sonal conservative self-respect. Far
better was It that they should upp-ul
to the people on Prince David's relation
to tho former ruling element and tho
Cleveland policy, thou to make a fea-
(lite of tIM lirflfHitlr. illallltfll) ill)
AiniitMn nirt wwrmwl in et) itln'
rle f AmetleaH f.ltti.
The Wllem M hi it ermlHre of h
limr. In Mfwotirr ii ttte Mfety wl
by wlikh eel lull) elflMm of rlllwin.
Imr tirkil oft fw)liiK III A Mm Vi- hv'
1 1 lit ti for n Rood titttnlwr of )ean.
llemoerMIc illptiilly l.irtttl)- n fnrtor In
the ilefeat of Hint Iwrty will n lime
Hem on liortitne. Its prml rleinetit iif
Mrrtiglh The iieoolr nuiM of neeroihr
nettle down tit work nliinx Alnerl.'.iii1
tiolltlenl linen, nml In future election
tlieru Is good ii i. n o lifllme the .A(
will lie droieil except ns It relates tu
the Klsiliim or folly of loeal anil IU
llim.il party niliiiinlstratlon.
THANKS KIND l!lcll2Nt8.
The f tu 1 It-1 1 ii returns thanks to Its
ninny patrons for the congratulations
rerclveil on Its enterprise In pulitlshliiE,
the election returns ami placing accu
rate ilnta before the people In nihanca
of any of Its eouteinpornrles. Un tlio
evening of election ilny the llullclln
liml complete arrangement for Recur
Ing returns from the election precincts
ami at C:30 jmbllslicil an extra Klvli.,?
lie Hi'Kt return presaging the succi'st
of the Itepiilillcnu ticket on thU Inl
and. This extrn was on the stre;t
while a contemporary was ondcnvorliut
to hold tho crowd by forecast manii
fnt'turcd In tho olllce. Again nt 7:P.()
the Ilullctln newsboy were on '.h'!
streets, selling tho extrn that showul
the icmnrkablo gains Wilcox wns malt
ing In the outside districts. At 3:.1'J
the Ilullctln again gave the latest re
turns assuring n Parker plurality with
the prospect that a majority of tho Ke
pubtlcan ticket on this Island would
bo curried by a good majority. Over
2000 paper were sold among tho
crowds down town and In the outsld"
precincts where tho people were fur
nished with tho results without tho ne
cessity of depending upon tho Inaccu
racies of random telephone messages.
lly dint of all night work of membcis
of the Ilullctln start In tho precincts
and at headquarters this paper was
ulilo to obtain tho results of tho el -
Hon on the local ticket and put nn ex
tra on the street yesterday noon.
In the preparation of Its tclums the
llnlletin wns prompted by tho popular
desire to know the totals, leaving the
mass of detail of special Interest t.i
politicians only till the dual omclnl
returns wero made tip. The prepara
tion of tho Ilullctln tnbles wns ns nntl-l-
lated Just what the people wanted.
The result ns published by this paper
was accurate and showed at a glance
the membership of the next Legisla
ture. Although the count In sonic of the
precincts was not finished till late in
the forenoon, the regular edition of Hi
Ilullctln was on the Direct and In the
hands of subscribers a full half horn
before It laborious contemporary of
JAPS RUN THROUGH
Taeoma, Oct. 20. State Labor Goir.
nilsslnner Hlaekmnii has been lnesii-j
sating the question of tho Importation
of thoimaiids of Jn.incso laborers into
tho 1'iiRct unnnil country. Tho pica
cm agitation acnlust the employment
lot Orlcntpls by the labor unions nt
Incomn, Seattle anil Everett brings to
light tho (act that I-almr Commissioner
DlacKman ami Asslstnant United States
Attorney Claypool several months ie.o
seemed nn Important ahldavlt bearln.s
directly on this subject.
The nllldavlt wns made by J. K.
Hlshop, who wns arrested about a year
ngo for taking funds belonging to V.
II. nrmlngton, who holds a contract
for furnishing laborers to tho Northern
Pacific and other northwestern rall
londs. Hlshop was bookkeeper fo
Hcmlugton prior to his urrest. HI
nmdnvlt states that In August, lS'J',
when tho demand for laborers gie'atly
exicedcd tho supply of "lilto men, tho
rallrond threatened to cancel Its con
tract with Remington unlets mora men
wt.e quickly furnished. He says that.
u ting under prcssiiro. Remington gave
!!l3hoi J I OHO with which to go to Van
couver. II. C. and employ Japanoio,
'"fnlshlng each man iho 30 requlreJ
I uv '"" "veriimtiu io gei i.cr,-, ....
nu i roan uires to laeoma auu aciuuc.
Tho plan was that when tho men
reached Seattle Remlngton'B agent was
to collect for them all the unexpended
money and return It to Hlshop at V ui
couver for use In forwarding the next
lot of men. He says many Japanef.e
were secured In this way, nnd Infr,
Hlshop alleges, Remington engaged a
Japanese named Takalsha to go to
Japan and secure more laborers, Hindi
man has laid his evidence before Sec
There are three representatives ot
foreign countiles at West Point, admit
ted by tho customnry courtesy of Gov
ernment to Government Cadet Mfaro,
tho son of the President of Ecuador;
Cudet lgleslas, a brother of tho Presi
dent of Costa Rica, and Calc: Pnute;
tho son of the Venezuelan Secretary nf
IMPOKTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the Uniud Imm January 1. 1
tn julvist. iooo.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OO, 140 cases.
Moet & Chandon - 18,413 "
Pommrry & Greno u.sSj "
HledslcU & Co , Ury Mono
pole 6,000 "
Louis Roederer 4.418 "
All other brands 27 on "
TOTAL U5.'4. "
ComMlt4 from Hit Official Cuilora Mouh Rtcorja
UACFARL&HB & CO., LTD., Sole Agents.
Tliu UiiMt UAUI.OAI) Ol
Pacific Hardware Co
Several New Styles which have just been Introduced in t e
Uni cd States.
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
The "SURPRISE" Square Oven Steel Range.
Ranges for the Peiple at Popular Prices. I'or Hard or Soft Coal er Wood.
This construction Is provided with perfectly squire SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
which renders them very quick and perfect b.ikeis. Have Self-mounting Cast
iron Unor, and the entire outside liilh Is of Aluminium. Particular attention
Isdlreded to the fact that the Inside of the Sheet-steel Is also AlumliileJ, which
prot'ds the wotting nu.illtlts and prevents nuting out. DETACHABLE HE
ShRVOIR, which hts all sizes. The prices of the above are e.tremelv low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Rest' Designed and Rest Made Slove
Fire-back, Large Flre'-Sos, Large Smooth
The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spiclous Pouch-feed.
Luge Broiling-door, Heavy Hos'on-rlng Covers, t.stra Hi-.ivy Out-Iron Sectlon.il
Linings, Large Ash-tun, Rod Mounted on Outside. DUPLEX GRA IE, which
tin be removed and replaced with Alt dWurblne the remainder of the Fire-box.
lumlnlred Ovrn-door, Oven-back and Oven Rack. Aerated Oven, admitting
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mixed with the Iron from which all "GARL ANDS"are made.
This ml.t re adds strength, prevents blowholes, and Is a benefit t Iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT ot the
We Have the Sole Agency
For the Celebrated .--s&
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All GooiIh of Btuilchnher
innlec iipc Cuiirnntccd rcllnhle.
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government WaialaetRoad.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands n land and sea view from Koko Head to the Walalne Mountains.
. WAT BR can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
Rr 8. LT
An extremely line
makes a most Delicious Drink.
EGG NOODLB I
This combination of Egg and
Just the thing for
rr.AjA;jrr..- . -:r'.h.T::i-.MH.H vt
for the price ever offered. Heavy
Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven-
HARDWARE CO., Ltd,
Between Port and AlaUea Streets.
i c;xn?S i35L
high rade salt.
Hour is just like a Fine Macaroni.
Soups. For sale by
SALTER & WAITY.
h cm. ai. ami rauuwjD
I Transcendent Light
jj Carriage Maker
5 General Repairing.
Painting, Blacksinithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
UIGT-1-C A.! WORK.'
Otoe Phone jqo
4 Electrie CO., Ltd.
AUVta Slrtct, Miktl ot Mtrc ant SlrtH.
Piano and HeaulrTR Lamps,
ShiJes, Globes and
Sott Atnli for
The Westingliousc Elcc. & Mfg. Co.,
Special Barcaln In New Fixtures
THE HONOLULU TOHACCO CO., LTD., hey hare to
inform their fi tenth and the puhlic generally that they haic
moral into their new ttore corner ,o( Hotel and Fort Streets
where they will lie pleated to rcreire a continuance of former
pnlronatje. None hut hitjh grade goods kept in stock: Box
lm goods a specialty. , Ip
goods a specialty.
n 'Ml S'yf
" If you don't want ulnskcy lo get the best of you, you must' get
the best of whiskey."
" 1 do lady, but hen a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock &
Catton, NeiK & Co., Ltd.
Boilermakers : : and : : Electricians.
The- General - Electric - Company
IS J0HANN18 WATER
from the Springs of Zpllhans, Germany, cures most all alls, Is pleasant to
take, Is pure and sparkling, does not loose Its strength by be ng bottled. No
home should be without a case of donunnls Water.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
W"e "Tatcii "WTfcLile "liTo Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY :::::::
R.ll.bl. Watchnan furnlahad tor alorti and
and confldinllal ttoik el all i-rti
Office Room 4 Model Block - -
General Business Agency, All Kinds of Laborers Supplies, Carved Stone constantly (
hand, ready to supply. T HAYA8HI, Mgp.
King Street, near Liliha (A'wa side), Honolulu, T. of H,
IImI Light known
to tcltme and Hit
;; ARCH LIGHTS for Indoor and lOut
;; door Illumination.
! ' Installed on short police for Lawn PttlfS Ln.ius or Halls.
Lights Rented by Month.
1 GOO or BOO Candle Power.
ii WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
':: c. w. MACFARLANB. Manager.
Phon , )3j
Bait City rafarcoMi lurnlalul. DtUctlra '
P. U. HOX 24.
P. O. Box 878