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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., SUNDAY, APHIL , 1902.
THE CHICAGO $50.00
Platform and Pledge of Candidate of the
HOME RULE REPUBLICAN PARTY
For the Special Election to be held WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, I902.
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Mr, Go. W. Fitch, with Simpson & Miller. San Frandaco, Cl.. 411 Monijotrary St.
Sayi on March tt. 1000, "M I laid I havi rut ttia Chlcaeo In trie offlct lr It ll at work from
.w A. M. to 4.)o P. M., rleht by th llda ol Smith's, and Ida Bar Lock macMiwa and my imployfr la atcm
linad at tha capacity and superior quality of the work ol the Jw machine. It will hold Its own against arty
ol the hljjh-ptlced machines, and I coneratulata you on the production ol this little beauty. I ha owntd a
Hammond-liar Lock, and have run a Smith lor years, but I would not exchange The Chlcaco lor any tl
them. Then It does not need a drayman to carry It around "
Examine thlt Typewriter at the local'ageney. Machines told on "little
at a time payments".
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Only a personal Inspection can glvo
you an Idea ot the valuo of these sets.
They consist of seven pieces ot the
finest wood beautifully finished, and
are a bargain. Come and see them.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALER8
Corner King nntl Bethel Streets
what it means
to the housekeeper
In ordering canned fruits, Jel
lies, Jams, olives, etc., the
housekeeper may feel assured
tliat S. & W. aro tho highest
standard of excellence In the
Wo guarantee every can of
8. & W. goods sold from our
storo and have yet to hear of a
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering ask for the S. & W.
Brand. Wo recommend It know
ing It will please you and make
H. MAY & GO,
The Popular Grocery.
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according to tho opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, wo havo all tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on the market.
Tbero Is one that has be
come the most popular of
all foods Blraply because
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
11 Limited tl 11
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240,
Ideals are all right, but facts and fig
urea are mora reliable and satisfactory.
It Is a fact that our optical work is
giving entire satisfaction
It's a fact that wo havo no com
plalutH, no "kickers", no dissatisfied
Our Ideals of tho optical business
aro high; our prices low; our work
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Bulldlnoi Fort Street
Over May & Co.
A sideboard will be an acqui
sition to any household; In short
it Is almost Indispensable now-a-days.
Wo have a stock of great va
riety In styles and prices and of
tho quality you have fang been
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS, ETC
FORT STREET, above Uerctnnlu
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokeis.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, sf T
Office 8tangenwald ldrj. Ma
chant Street. Tel. lualn 3t3
AN HOUR IN THE MORNINQ
THE QAME HOUR EVERY MORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularltyl Certainty Oespatchl
Tel. Main 78. 96! 45. Elite Dldg.
Island of Oahu,
portion of the
island; on the
east side of g
nue, and thence
in a direct line
to Mokapu &
Big Meeting at
5; at 4 p.iru
Luiiahoomnlu J. K. Knulia.
Nn Haiolilo I. Knimcliitli,
J. Wise, I. C. Ouiiiii, D.
Kanuha, D. KnlaiKik.il.ini,
a me tin poc c no u kahcai.i
ana ka luii.ihoonialu.
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iUt tin I rt uii'i j w illicit iiiu mittt.1-.
Ings of those who were damaged llnan-
dally and otherwise by tho plague
fires: to pension tho Queen. This
young man, W. W. Harris, will carry
out his platform pledge, I nm now ap
pealing to the Republicans of the
Kourtli District to mnlntaln their six
seats In the Legislature. Do your duty
in your district.'-
The Candidate Appears,
When Candidate W. W. Harris ap
peared on the platform he was loudly
applauded by the crowd. He was In
troduced by Lorrln Andrews. Mr. liar
"Fellow cltlzeni: While It may not
bo n serious state of affairs In regard
to the election, this Is a matter that
deserves the earnest attention of the
voters of tho Fourth District. It !s not,
bo -much a matter of a special session
of the legislature, but It Is n matter ot
tho Republican party being In overy
fight, and In every light to win.
"Every cltlicn of this Territory
knows that to mnku this country hnp-;'''y '"In" lllH Idcdgo to sustain tho party. Is that sincere? If they pre
py and prosperous wo must have good Republican platform. Ho thought It tend to lean toward tho Republican
government and Just legislation. wrong for any good Democrat to voto party, why don't they Join forces with
(Cheers here Interrupted the speaker
for several secondHj.
For Good Government.
"Tho Republican platform is the
platform of a party which believes In
and stands for good government, and
everybody should vote the Republican
"The Republican party Is pledged
solidly for municipal government and
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
i Orders for tho purchase or sale ol
i stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
I Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Dldg Postoffice box 390; Tele
'phone Main 331.
Hie Homo Rule Republican Party, through Its executive committee,
makcii declaration of tho following principles ns the basis on which It asks
the support of tlie voters of the I'ourth DlstiiU for Its canilldato for Reprc
rentutlvo to Jill the vacancy In the Legislature created by the ileat hof Mr. A.
We endorse the suggestions and recommendations relative to this Terrl
tory mado by the President of tho United States In his messago to Congress,
unit pledge our loyal support to Hie Administration nt Washington, I). 0.
We demand a special session of the Territorial Legislature to be conened
wltnln forty days after the date of the election for the purpose of passing taws:
1. Kor tho establishment of counties In the Territory nnd providing for
2. Kor enacting a gencial municipal progtnm under which the cities and
towns of tho Territory may be Incorporated.
3. Kor tho protection and advancement of the Interests of the industrial
clasvcs of tho Territory.
I. Kor the regulation of tlio sources of revenue. Including the adjustment
cf charges on all public utilities operated by the Government, so that their
cpcratlon shall )leld the yearly pro rata of revenue required to meet tho In
debtedness Incurred in their construction and maintenance, and no more.
C. Tor a loan net providing for a bond Issue, ns permitted by tho Organic
Ait, proceeds to be expended solely for productive works.
C. Kor the apportionment of Senators for the two and four-year terms, In
accordance with the Organic Act creating this Territory.
7. Kor setting asldo tho levenue from certain fixed sources, for tho pay
ment of tho (Ire clnlms In the event of Congress acting unfavorably on the peti
tions concerning payment of these claims from tho Kedcral Treasury.
We mako the demand In the name of thoso Americans In these Islands
who Icel thai tho representations of the Territorial Executive to tho President
n.id Congress relative to the legislation for this Territory aro unnccssarv In
fact, and cast a reflection on the ability of the electorate of tho Territory and
lis representatives to properly Interpret their rights and privileges under tho
llcllcvlng that the voters of the Pourth District are favorable to the Imme
diate enactment of legislation embodied In this platform, we ask their support
of our candidate as a direct appeal to the fiovernor to withdraw from tho pol
icy of obstruction that has characterized his administration of affairs In this
Territory, and to turn his efforts to the amelioration of the strained and unfor
tunate conditions existing In this community during tho past yenr; conditions
which If permitted to continue will ca.ise Intense suffering and liardlp, If not
actual bankruptcy for many of our business interests nnd their employes.
Our motto for this election: "That the people may rule."
To the Voters of the Fourth Representative District.
Gentlemen: There are but four working days remaining In which to de
termine In your own minds which side. In the Issues that have been raised
by this special election, shnll be supported by our votes,
Tho Home Ilulo Ilepuhllcan Party have requested mo to become their
standard-bearer in this election nnd have formulated a platform presenting
tnelr views nnd raising the issues that make this campaign momentous In the
po'It'cnl history of this Territory. To every proposition that Is mndo to every
Iss.io thnt Is declared In that Platform 1 hereby -pledge my most loynl support
mi.! an honest, earnest determination to see ilium embodied In legislation dur
ing the special session for which demand Is made.
I thank tho Democracy of the Kourtli District for their endorsement of my
noiltintlon and. with the support thus assured, look forward to a complete
tilumph at tho polls, of the principles for which my nomination stands.
To every friend of popular government, to every believer in equal rights,
I arreal for support. Go to tho polls yourself and take your neighbor with you
rial vote for the Homo Utile Ilcpubllean nominee thnt the People may rule.
Yours for Victory,
everybody who desires the benefit of
municipal government must vote the
"The Home Rule party could have
paused thu loan bill at the last session
of the legislature If It had really wnnt-
eil to. nut It failed to do so. What Is '
the result? Kverybody Is suffering the
consequences louny, -nueciiiuy ui-
working man. The Home Itulors havo
fulled to keep faith.
"I ask you to vote the Republican
ticket, not for the man who Is the can-
dldato, but for tho principles which
are at stake. It Is the proper thing
for tho Ilepuhllcan party to do to get
In and carry this election.
"Havo you heard tho latest? Tho
other day, while It was raining, a man
said to me; 'It Ik wet. Isn't It?' I an
swered that It was decidedly wet.
" 'Well, It will bo preler on Wednes
day next,' said ho.
" "That would grently Harris me,' I
! answered him."
Democrat for Harris.
J. M. 81ms, a well known Democrat,
took the platform to tell why he will
voto the Republican ticket at tho com-
'"K election. Ho was greatly opposed
" I'reler as a candidate, although he
W'cd blm ns n man. Ho spoko highly
n' Harr'K an,l believed be would faith-
."" "-"- "" ".- uwi ih-ilt mubiiu uepuniicnn pany, insieau or cnil
employing Japanese and other people
who are not citizens, whllo Harris was
Interested In a company which era
Lorrln Andrews Talks.
1 Iirrl Andrews, among other things,
said: ' :
."We haro hero a now experience
This Is a spring election, It Is an Ira
I porlaut matter becauso It will show us i
what wo may expect In tho fall. It
Aldcn nicftrjc "Belt'
penwv 's guaranteed
nil tht .ur.-itli nrnrwr
i with sin-
lies of the esptrnslve belt now sold by
do tors and tlruge,' 's. It gives a very
t trorig current nf electricity and is eally
regulated. Iliiund to sunerfeJe others. Can
be had from the undersigned only; no
ai'tnts; no discount. Circular free. Address
rlei':e Ulectrlc Co . jofi Post St.. Sn
Fmuivo. Sent tree to Hawaii lor $5.00
show us something of what wn
may expect to find In tho next legls-
"There were good times before tho
last election. Wo nil had about all wo
wanted then. Then threo parties were
In the field. The Home lUile paity got
the upper hand. Thnt party secured
control of the House and the Seiintc.
"The party that had over half the
votes In the Senate and two thirds of
the votes lu thu House, ami said they
would pass eertaln-bllls, failed to Keep
faith with thu people, failed to pass
I tho bills. Are you going to trust thoso
who have done nothing but break
j fnlth with joii? Aro you going to voto
for a member of a party which has tho
1 power to keep Its promises, but f
' to keep those promises? Do you want
n business panic to continue?
"Tho Republican party has put up n
' young man as candidate for Rcpr
1 scntatlvu tor tho Fourth Dlstrtit, to
All a vacancy caused fty denth, and
this )oung man Is a good mnn. If the
Homo Ilulo party can carry tins spring
election and the next election, can w
expect any better conditions to prevail
i than prevail hero at" tho present time?
Home Rule Insincerity,
"The Homo Rule parly cnlls Itself
tho Homo Rule 'Republican' party, and
' It cooperates with tho Democrat!.-
Ing themselves Republicans while lhe
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCHD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
AT 7 P. M.
Kakaako, at the
Res. of Aliona
I.tinalmoilialu V. II, Knlli
inai. N.i 1 Iaiolelo: Sam.
Knlna, J. K. Akina a nie J.
Kewalo, at the
Cor. of South
and Queen Sts.
I-imaliooiiulii J, Knmii.
Na 1 Iaiolelo: 1. C. Qiiiiin.
I Ktiuiiclulh, J.Wise ami
J. K. K.iulia.
the Res. of D.
I Iaiolelo D. Knlnuok.il.ini.
Pauoa; at the
Liui.ihoonialu S. Mclicul.i,
N.i Ilaiolcto-R. N. Uoyd.S.
II, Mcckapu a me J. K.
Maemae; at the
Res. of J. P.
I.uiialiooiii.ilu J. P. Kaha
h.iuiii. Ka llniolclo !:. W,
P.ilau, . K. Nakookoo a me
J. K. I'.icle.
the Res. of Joe
I.uiialmoiii.ilu J. Aca. Nn
I Iaiolelo K. I'uikl, J. K.
Hush a tne . M. I'oipoe.
Lun.iliooui.ilii I. K.iinai.
Nu I Iaiolelo-J. K. Clark,
C. M.itkliain it me Wni.
Manoa; at the
Res. of Man
N.i I Iaiolelo K. II. N.iolm
a tne Manuel Rosa.
J. K. KAULIA,
Chalrtrun of the Home
Rule Republican Party.
'join foices with tho Democrats? Then
again, can wo believe tho Home Uulero
now, after they have proved themsel-
' yes Inslnccro nftcr he last election?
( "What do you think of tho Intelli
gence of n party whoso members In-
, troduee Into the languago of a hill
such a piuvislim oh tho following:
, 'Anything these laws do not cover will
be governed by tho laws of Nebraska?'
"We havo to choose between tho Re
publican nnd the Democratic parties
In these Islands. The Homo Rule par
ty Is a makeshift organization,
"The Republican paity has governed
the I'nlted States for tho fast forty
two yean, -i
"(let In aud voto for tho Republican
Ropre8cntatlvo Jcnah Kumalao fol
lowed Lorrln Andr7rs. Ho emphasis
eil the fact that Drcler had failed to
qualify, whllo Harris had met all re-
nulrenicnta. Ho said that Harris had
minded his business while Drcler hail
neglected his duty. Representative
Kiimalae spoko eloquently and to til
point. All tho speakers Were well re
celviid nnd generously applauded
was nftcr 10 o'clock when tho meeting
' ask to
A MAN'S DOUBLE DECKER
HAS A "LANAI" EXTEN
SION SOLE SELLS FOR
WE ARH IT'S
n-.a trm It la i-lfrftf mi - not irTHirtt
cheers for August Drcler." - V v 'iZ
Dreler's Principles Good. "'-
The next speech was made by J. M.
l'oepoc, who spoke as follows:
"I want to speak to you of August
Drcler as one of us. lie came here
many )enrs ago, he has lived here for
many jenrs and he married a Hawaiian
woman. Drcler Is a German by na
tionality. It Is well known that all Eu
ropean men have open hearts. In Eu
rope n man with a dark skin Is not
called n negro. 1 do not know on
which side .Mr. Dreler Is today but I
know what principles he has express
ed and as I know those to be good I es
pouse them Drcler was a member of
the House of Nobles In 189!. In 1S9S
when there were none but Republi
cans In the Legislature, In seventy day
they paused only tewnty laws. During
the last Legislature there were tbreo
parties represented and the proceed
ings were hampered by continued
fights, and yet twenty-two laws were
passed Still they say that the Homo
Rulers were responsible for the fact
that so few laws were passed. I am
not a Home Ruler nnd not a Repub
lican nor a Democrat. That Is not the
question at nil.
Dreler a Fit Candidate.
"It Is said that Dreler Is not a fit
candidate for the legislature becausa
be can't write. If bo does not know
how today how Is It that ne knew how
In 1892? It Is said that he can't read.
How was It he could read In 1S92? It
Is also said that he is not suited to
run because he Is not a registered vot
er. My Idea Is that he Is perfectly
eligible to run. There was a registra
tion board at the last election. This
board was appointed by the Governor
to register the voters of the various
districts. There Is a board of registra
tion yet aud It Is Its duty to call thu
voters to come and get down their
names as registered voters. They havo
neglected to do their duty but that Is
not Dreler's fault. It is tbo fault ot the
government because the time has como
when they should sit again according
Dreler Represents the Planters.
"The Homo Rule party promled to
provide for the reimbursement of tho
losses from the plngue fire. The Homo
Rule party carried out Its promise. It
was the same party which Is responsi
ble for the doing nway with the garni
shee law by which the employer could
levy on the poor man's wages. It Is a
large subject which confronts us.
Drcler Is tho proper man to run for us.
First, becauso he represents the sugar
planters, .Sugar Is the main Industry
ot these Islands and If the sugar Inter
ests should suffer we would soon be In
far greater plllkta than that which wo
sec today under the missionary rule.
Second, the pockets of tho rich man
a-e shut today. It wns said that If tho
Republicans got into power this stats
of affairs would be entirely done away
with nnd that money would be free.
How Is It now? There Is no money In
tho country. If there are any more
Republicans In the Legislature will
that Improve the situation?
Favors a Special Station.
"Dreler makes the statement that It
ho Is elected he will ask the Governor
that a special session be called for tho
purpose of appropriating funds for
public improvements. That one rea
son nlono makes him the right man for
tho ofTltc. Dreler Is also for county
nnd municipal government wblch Is tbu
means by which the people will be able
to take care of their own affairs An
other big subject which confronts us
Is the matter ot thu apportionment ol
Senators. The Republicans arp thu
ones who are responsible for the fact
that no action wns taken In the last
Legislature. There was a resolution
Introduced In the Legislature by the
way of nn appeal to the I'nlted States
Government that statehood be secured
as easily as possible. That was killed
by the Home Rule Republicans nnd It
was proper that they did It because It
Is Btated expressly In the Organic Act
that, before a territory can become a
state, it must Just be divided Into coun
ties and municipalities.
"There must bo a Bpeclal session of
the legislature called or there will bo
iv big fight next election In tho matter
of the apportionment of Senators. That
matter must bo fixed before the next
After l'ocpoe several other speakers
addressed the crowd. Tbcy spoke mora
It i or less In the samo vein as thoso pro-
ivuiiiK tm-ui uiui uuni incir auuicnce ax
tho crowd at the Flshmarket Increased
with th elateness of the afternoon.
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