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evening bulletin. Honolulu, h. t Tuesday, nov. s, iooi.
9 f S A HBWiiWiiiMMM
You drink some beers tb it ciusc Wllous licadichc. Perhaps
jou think th.it all beers do.
The cause of bllioiuncK Ij tlic lick of age too much haste
to put the beer on the initkct. To ferment beer thoroughly
require, s a process of month. Without It trie fermentation t.ikcs
place in )our !tonucli. Th.it h the cause of billoufiicsj.
Hurried beer h unlu.ilthful. Schlitz beer Is kept for months
in refrigerating miim with i cipicity of 205,000 barrels -kept
almost at f reeling point until it Is well fermented. Schlitz beer is
never marketed until thoroughly aged,
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NOW Is the tlmo to get leaks nnd
breakages seen to, and our
Roots Put in Order.
lly competent iorkruen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
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Ccnductcr Pit. and Gutter Work.
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Jotb nr piaottly tu.oitd to.
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The beer that wade
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Delivered frep to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
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Improved and modern SUGAR MA
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scription maclo to order. Holler work
and RIVKTKD PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOU WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
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THE GRAND DUCHESS OF HESSE.
'I ho l'rliHtxs ('Imrli h of Iti'v. Id wImiiii the Kiiii t h I ied"ilek beepieiQth
I'd her Turnout cult of I'Miilrkli'Tiih In the elbt 1 itiliK r of tbu Into
Bubbles from Hilo Political
Pot Just Before Election
llllo. Oct .".1. The Herald prints the
following review of total politic:
If tlir Hnwallans of Hilo District
hold together In the foclcty that I
j now In process of organlzittnn there Is
no question that a political party,
stronger than the Home Rulers, will
be In force nt the polls at the next
general e lection. Tho Hnwnllnns say
they re hrc to stay, nnd that they
Bill lie Independent In nil that tho
, ,)urlnK ,h? ft'1 " ''" mrHn
ntP lj Pn held; porlinpS cnilCUR ll
I the hetter word, In which the ditalH
nre being arranged by memlierfi who
have left the ranks of the Democrats,
Itepiihlluius nnd Home llulerx. While
It Is In n KeniiP a secret society, cnoimli
( h.m leaked out to show that In the or-
sanlzatlon nre men who know enough
of politics to Introduce methods that
i will he of Milue In holding the mm lo
gither. "We haie nn oath." said one of the
mgnnlzers, "that will Idml iih iim close
ns hrotherK. we lac k onl nn netlve
I leader one who will deote nil of his
'ni-' "'" Rood of tho cnuse. At
pr sent John T. Maker l our pret-ldenl,
Rnd he Is .i man of considerable In
fluent c among the natives.
"At one of the mettlugR a man who
wns n worker for the Ilepiibllinn
i.iuiie ljst Xowmlipr suggested that wo
I had better make the society bencflihil
I In iharactcr. Then came the nuestlon .
of dues, and one enthusiastic party
man thought flftj cents a month wouln
he nectssarj to carrj on the work of
I purification nmong the nathe Home
' rtulers. This was untested, and I
'think we will decide on flftj eents a
Uear, for the reason that the Hawa-j
Hans, as a ride, cannot afford to nay
Snc -. our'''0 """" '" tt, wn,lt hold to- personal feedings In politics; If a man
cj'oh li rcmoe-iKitber nnd ote ns one man. It will Is eonsldercd all right by n majorltj of
Ing first and lit- not mpilre monej nt rhe polls, nnd If nit-mbem he Is tn be Mited for rignrd
tle c'j o Ills we llnd It necessur to raise funds to lt'"J f ny lnrson.il illtTerenim theie
which might tp.ij the expenses of our speakers o might be bitwcen the candldatn nnd
grow to hlg ,an do that for u month or two befoio IndUldunl members,
""s'avii inir ''"""n hv assessing each member so ' "Another thing, we want to teaeh the
money b j , tinitti. Ilctwien jnu unci me, the Ha-, Hnwallans to forget the past and In
creasing cnpacl lallans, speakerH or workeis, are so Kin nuew. There Is no use In our foi -tv
for e arnliii! It i ileterinlniil t ntrol oolltlcs In this v1 lioldlni; uwi the white residents
Terrltorj that they will labor without,
i hucew iu ui a rac i. i iino Msueci
marl - ri native In the district and forgetting It and settling down to
know their sentiments. The) expiess husluess. It Is ciulti! tine that where a
to a Hawaiian their actual sentiments Huwallan Is found capable to repiesent
not the sentiments that a linolc n dlstilct or 1111 an oHIch his elalms
wants the m to e-xpriss, or, lather, what " he pressed, but hardly against a
the- nathe thinks the baole Is looking haole If the haole Is the better man.
foi. Kery white man in Hilo under-''1'1"'10 !,rc B0," ' tllu soelety who nre
stands this If he has not forgotten the ' hot-headed and who hellexo that no
"Hunalt for l'.irker"er of last fall ono Is us good as n nathe, but I think
and the "Vote for Wilcox" which foi- 'h""0 chaps will bo toned down when
lowed III un undertone. l"10 tlme mines.
"Hon do wo propose to hold togcth-l "As to beiiellts. I don't know so
er? Why, b slmpl Keeping in mind """'1 nliout that when It comes to
the overthrow of the monuiili) thol,ratu I"lms- I'm lalng b a little
events of 1S"U and lS'jj. The natives
have not forgotteu; there Is not one of
11m in who would not have the mem
inch it Mured If such were possible,
but the realize) that It Is hot, so we
'fit., milnir In .). .1 !.... .1.1
., .- r.u,,,h ,w tn, tin- ii t uint 1 11 1 UK-
we are going lo keep local politics In
our control. Another way of holding
together Is bv earning out the liene -
flllal '- l r scheme. Wo pio-
,1S1. i ,i. .. llf .i...,.1 -.
her. to each contilbute twenty-five oriwllll"K tl contilbute toward It. but I
lift cents to pa funeral lApcnsc-a and l
have Rome thing left ovei ror thc fa-1
mil. Just let a .evv numbers ,)!
before election and ou will see how
close wo uru to each other. We) will.
show ou ut the local electlou In llcv
umbel what we can do If wo havo our
organization completed b that time.
"One thing wo have practically de
cided upon, and that Is (hat a native
shall Mice ceil Ewnliko and a nutiva
shall succeed Dole I know then- iu
white men who feel certain that they
aie to be appointed (iovemur, but
when the time comes our iccomminda'
tlon will be for Wilcox, and for tho
sake of mace mill In enrrvlni? out tlini' " "" '"""'"" ' uuiu lujr euo
sake or peace unci in carrliiK. cut tno powcr t0 Ulm)B0 ,Ul00tT iy wnnt
pcllc of Mr, MeKlnley that Hawaii ,or ,,tg place, began lo canvass tho
must look out for Itself, we bclluvo situation. The new Political Society
Pitslileut Ituoscvclt will appoint thn
man we name, and I feel certain It
will be Wllco; he Is good cnuugh for
us and he Is stiung agulnst the Iridic
because they did not treat him right;
he Is n friend of the natives, the ruling
power of this Territory, und wo nio
rolng to keep him In the lead, and onu
of the objects of this new organiza
tion n to accomplish that.
"No, sir, there will bo no foreigners
admitted the society will be composed
entirely of Hnwallans, and the men
who think they can control the Ha
waiian vote will get as badly left as
they weie lust election, This boclety
. xtttf&i&.-.'t , l,', Aii-kJtot :4-
has heen on foot for months, nnd I do
not see how It leaked out at nil; we
wanted to keep the matter quiet until
we were fully organized, nnd ecry
member had heen ttsted ns to hi oath.
Once we are nrcnnlzed we do not care
who knows all that we Intend shall be
known, hut there nre some things,
which enn ncer be made public prop
erty. If cierythlng were made public
people would laugh nt us for calling
oursches a secret society. The peo
ple will know what we nre when tha
nominations nre made, and again when
the otes nre counted. It don't mat
ter to us whether we get In on n con
tention or not. We can rim our candi
dates Independent of nny party and
succeed ns well as If they were regu
larly nominated. See the result of thn
last cnmpalgn. At n citizens mectlnir
l.oi heiiHteln, lliown and lleihn wir
the choice; nt the contention It was
I.oebcnstdn and Illacow who got tho
nomination. Now, when It came In
voting, what was the result? Nilth'l
was elected, nnd Hrnwn, who left th
llcpulillwm part bec.uife of the turn
down he got, ran Independently nnd
was eleeteil by n Mg majority. We inn
do the same with nny of our people
nt any election, nnd If jou want proof
of our strength wiitch the result of
Iim election next December."
Another Hawaiian who has nttended
two of the three meetings held, sajs;
1 did not see an;, thing In the pio-
ceedlngs of the mpetlngs that suggpjt
secrecy. As far ns I am able to gather
the soilctj Is for the ptuposo of bring-
Ing the Huwallans lIomt together, and,
If politics Is tb bo one of tho ohjeets. tn
ntold If possible the mistakes made by
the Home nulers. Some of us want to
educate the Hnwallaiih Into wiping out
ft fi"-Hng of distrust on account of the
neithum of th(ueen, Hint Is passed
,. (,ilu,.,l nn.l It L i.lmil, llnin n n n .
M'M ft"-, "' muwui vimi.t nu nr
'"''J' W(;,'J r '"V "n funeral, and
i'1 ls uuoiit nil 1 can do wllhout helping
to hui) Mime other fellow. And If all
the clues paid In aro fur ww for poli
tics voti 1 nil ifiutit rnn tint tf ft iinll-
itllX ttllie llCI fl lllllf .iT tlll.k.,1, l.VKWlltlf
' t,lro- lmt- ' '"' '"'"'I. " ' not tho
'""nidation, .unl when 1 find that It ls
l01' n"' -"' '" 0"t. I want to see
,uo Hawaiian educated Into the wun
that ure consldeieil modern, ami I nm
K,10n wneio to urnw tno line, nnd when
tl,p wnlit's work reaches that point
"! IH hear of me drawing It."
THE TDIDItMOC nn'iriir
iiil. iniuuuuj nLTicn
llllo. Nov. 1. Thu llllo Tribune of
today sizes up the speclul election Iu
the dlbtrlct as follows:
When the news came that Governor
Dole would call an especial edectlon nt
llllo early in December to elect a mem
her of the Lower Hciubo to succeed
HwnllKo, deceased, tho local political
pot ceased to simmer and began to
boll. The lluwalians In whom lay tho
snowed someining or Its strength and
li'dlcnted something of iho nature or
A great many or the Hawaiian havu
expressed themselves In favor of plac
lug David Ewallko Iu tho position
made vacant by his father's death.
Voung Ewallko Is said to be thorough
I) competent nnd Is reputed to possess
liberal views. Ills lack of expeilenco
caused somu to oppose him. This op
position wnB Inspired by tho friends of
J N. Knmoku of I'uiia, who would llko
to see him nominated Instead of tho
At a meeting of about 250 Hnwallans
Monday night It was plain that Ewa
llko wus the most popular candidate
that linn been mentioned for the place,
'iho leadeis of tho new Hawaiian He
piihllenu Society claim that oung
Hwnllko In a Hepiibiliau and will vvorlt
in hnrmcmr with ltepubllcnn leaders.
Iho new political party or society Is
n husky Inlant. Tho urgnnl7ntlou linn
over fifty members In llllo, and the In
fluence of the oignnlzatlun will soon
spread to every hamlet on Hawaii. Thu
object or the new movement Is to
supplant the Independent Hawaiian
party bv n Hepubllcnu organisation,
the lenders of the movement nay that
It mennn Just ns much vigilance In tho
Interest of the Hawaiian people, but
with more diplomacy nnd conservatism
than was cllsptaed by tho Homo Hulo
A second meeting was called Wed
nesday night at the Armory to which
eltlzeun without lespect to pnrty nf
filiations were Invited.
The meeting Wednesday night set
tled the ma.ier of Hwallko'n succes
sor. The re vvtc many speeches
made and the drift of feeling was
plalnl toward n man who would bo
satlnfncloi lo all parties. Tho uumu
or John linker was mentioned but ho
would not allow his name to he consid
ered The filial voto resulted In tlm
nomination or James Lewis, a defeated
candidate on tho Kepublleati ticket at
the last eleetteiii Them was n stiotiR
vole for David HwallKo and J. K. la
lino, and Kealnwaa camo In for scat
tering votes. A llttlo row was raised
when It was proposed to inlse $S3 by
subscription to piy the cost of secur
ing n petition nnd mine the icrtlflcnto
of nomination of .Mr. Lewis. It was I
miaii.v scttlul b allowing Mr Ja-vvli
to piv his own bills. Lewis Is a pros
perous hnir-H-uvnllnn con,ictor and
being rhosen fiom the ltepubllcnn
iimks stands a good ehauco of endorse
ment f mm the othct iu riles. IIIh nom
ination wns the first piactleal result
to come from the organization or the
Hawaiian Itejiuhllcan Society.
Some leading haolo Itepulilleans
have said the wero Iu favor or en
dorsing whatever nctlon the Hawaii
nns take leiraiiling thu successor to
New York Oct. 17. A cable to tho
Sun from London says; .Messrs. Arm
strong & Orllng profr-fts tn have made
what ma prove to be tho most Import
ant discovery since the dujs of Sta
phenson. The I say they IipIIpvo they havo
found the secret nf freely transmitting
electrical energy without wlrps. News
paper reporters hnve bepn Invited to
Hughcnden tomorrow to witness a
series of demonstrations with nppara.
tus constructed under the Oi ling-Armstrong
patents relating (o thn recep
tion nnd transmission of electro- mag
netic Impulses without the use of
wires, together with the control of tho
steering mechanism of torpedoes and
cither submarine engines of c!cti nc
tlon bv means of electrical radlntlon
from n distance without wires oi ma
Death of Mary lutein.
Hilo. Nov. 1. Mary IMcln. oimg
eit daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. David
Hedeln of Hnknluu, died Tuesday, Oc
tober 22, utter on illness or eight dns.
The funeral took place on tho follow
ing day, services being conducted 0
the Hev. Ilosen Unca. 1ho pall bear,
ers were WIHIn ffnlllmnl Un,,,,.t ln
ole-. Samunl Kahao nnd oilvcr Knhalpo.
i ne scnooi eniiuren rrom Itnkalau at
tended In n body nnd brought many
floral tokens lo the grnv e. At the- cem
etery there was vocal nnd Instrument
al musle. The deceased was hut 12
years or ago at her death, hut a
bright mind and charming disposition
lintl Ufin far her flin lrlan,la1.l.. ...!
love or nil who knew her. She ranked
nign iu tier school work. Tribune.
Cream one-half cupful butter and
one and onc-linlf cupfuls medium
brown sugar; add onu ctiprul grated,
unsweetened c hoeoiato dissolved In
rai. n i-npful of boiling wnter; noxt
the olls or two eggs well beaten, oner
ha., cupful sour milk after one tea
Sfioouiul soda has been dissolved In
the same; two cupfuls, slUed Dour, and
fast, beaten whites of tho two eggs;
bake In three Iaers. Tor the filling,
tukci two cupruls granulated sugar,
one half cupful of cream and a small
pie c i. or butter: boll about icri minutes,
or until it will cream, tnen removo:
beat to proper Louslstene und spread
In twee n la.vgrs on top or thu cake.
SKDOWICK-Clark-In the Foreign
Church, Hilo, We-dnesday evening,
October 30th, Iry nev. J. A. Cnuan.
Mr. Charles Klbert Sedgwick nnd
Miss Kntnlenn, Hamlin Clark, both of
Tho determination of King Edward
to eonrei the title or Prince of Wales
on tlii Duke or Ymk meets with gen
ernl appioval on the part or the Eng
lish people, who fondly expected that
the title would have passed to the
King's bou on tho tathei's accession.
Tho announcement that tho title will
puss to the Duke vviien ho letuins to
Englund horn his tour or tho lliltluu
colonics explains In pait the delay Iu
the rormal transfer. It Is n fact quite;
well known to members of tho nolilll
t that King Edward and his son havu
not nlwo8 dwelt In harmony, nnd tho
Duke of York has been miovvii as an
Independent ir not a willful son. Thu
tour or tho colonies has brought out
such spontaneous approval or the
Uuko from Ililtlsh subjects that tho
Joy ot the ruther him been miconccul.
ed. Tho young man has been tiled
out, nnd so emphatic has been tho en
dorsement or the people that Edwaid
coiuu no longer wiinnoid the semi pub
lic announcement or his gratification.
Tho title or Prince or Wales, conti an
te) general opinion nt tho tlmo or tho
Into Queen's death, clues not pass to
tho heir nppnrent upon a chnngo or
sovereigns. It Is conferred by patemt.
The Dukedom or Cornwall passes at
birth to an heir apparent born dmlng
tho reign of his parents. The cciu
mony or conR-rrlng the new title will
consist In the girding on or tho swoid
and the delivery or n cap, n ring and
a golden staff by bis ioal pnieuU.
Tho Insignia of tho pilnclpalltv, be
sides tho coronet and mantlo, nio tho
thrco feathers, ostrich pliuncb. The
cicatlon or the eldest son or tho Klmi
to the title or Prince or Walc-B orlgl
nated In 13J7 with Edward III.
Now the battleship Wisconsin Id
about to depart for Snmoa, with Ad
mlrnl Evans and bovoh other naval of
llceis aboard, to Investigate and ropoit
on charges of Intoxication preferred
against Captain Tilley. Discipline Is
licccBBary in tho Navy, but It cornea
high nnd It takes a good deal oi red
tapo to maintain It. Doston herald.
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Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Orlealal S. S. Ci.
W.6. Irwin &6o.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locotaotlvo Works of Phil- 4
delphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Now oil Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A. I
N. Ohlandt & Coa Chemical FortU- .1
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee
Rocd'a Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflno Paint Co.'s P. & B. PalnU ant
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OIU,
raw and boiled. ,
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In whlU
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime ani
CASTLE & GOOKB
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Vnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walamoa Sucrar Mill C.n.
The Fulton Iron Works, SL Louis. Ma
Tno Standard OH Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New EnglarJd Life Insurance Co.
Tho Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
LIFE nd FIRE
New England Mutual Lifb In
surance Co of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irvin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Wnltncy, Jr. . . .Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRAN01BCO, CAL.
G. BREWER & CO., LTD.
.Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honoruu Sugar Co., Walluku SLgar Co.,
Makee Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chns. Berwcr & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Gcorg
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terbcuBo and Geo. R, Carter, Director.
TiiBVonHainm-YouBE Co. Ltfl
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
Tho Lancashire insurance Co.
Tho Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, ChOH. T. Wllllert
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant Si. ; Honolulu,