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J( THE IMPRESSION items to
ti prevail mat advertised gooas (i
j'l cost more than those not ft
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From 8. F. .11
Gaelic Apr. 15 ,j
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advertised, i ne very oppo m
site of this Is true. Why? !j
Because the larger the quan
j. tlty of goods produced, the J;,
ll cheaper they can be produe- r
J ed. Hon. ELIJA A. MORSE ,)
For 8ydney. J;
Aorangl April 12 j)
By use of BULLETIN "Want Column"
Vol. X. No. 2118.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, THURSDAY. APRIL 10 1902
Pmoi: u Oi:nth.
Defeated Candid &ffe BULLETIN LED THE FIGHT
It was a rarty righti ----
Harris Says His Fight
Was Won On Principle
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August Drclcr, the ilcfeatetl lIomoRutc-Demoeratlc cnndldntc, t nsked
If any professed Republicans had encouraged him In his campaign, as In
sinuated by tho Advertiser.
" "I have not read the Advertiser," was tho answer. "They can't excite
Hon did lie regard his defeat, tlio fusion candidate was asked.
"I !iao lust been told over here," lie replied pointing toward the Kaplo-
lanl Hstate offlcc, "that a lot of people had gone out of the plnce they were
In at the general election.
;'Then around tlio Government building way, I am told some native?
were taken Into a bouse and given beer, and when they went to vote It was
o'clock and too late.
"ll Is all right," Mr. Dieter said to a Republican man of business who
came along and humorously congratulated him. "I can be elected easily at
the general election. Many people said they had nothing ngalnst me, 1
vvns a good man. It was a party fight and nothing else.
"I always mind the law," Mr. l)rcler said to another Jocose lcmark. "I
will not spend monej or give beer. It might do ono time, but It's no good
now " And the unsuccessful candidate waved his hand In B)tnbollc fare
well to the election practices of tho "good old dajs"
P ! "-a f Pa Pj Pn H fa P-a pj V rt rv ih P P P Pi P
UN MAY DESERTIG01. FORBES HAWAIIAN
HOME RULE SENATOR IS
NOT WELL SATISFIED
With Work of Party and Threatens
To Step Down and Out
Would Have Large
There Is an uproar In the camp ot
the Home Rulers which has tome about
over the failure In the election )cstcr-
The Home Rulers are met ting today
and are discussing a plant tu tt-organ-Ize
the whole party, beginning wits
the executive committee.
Senator Kalauokalanl the iccognlz-
ed leader of the older element of the
Home Rule party has come out boldly
and said that be wilt teslgii from the
party as It stands at present. This de
cision he commuHTcated to sonic ot his
friends this morning and the news
spread like, wildfire thioiigh the,'
This was th eprlnlcpal cause of the
gatbeilng together fit the Home Rule
forces today since It had been Intimat
ed by Senator Kalauokalaul that he
would not consider remaining with the
part) unless there was ,i total reenn
fctrmtiou. It Is thought by some of the Honn)
Ruleis that this action means the be- standing complaint of slowness of pro
glnulng of a fight to the finish between motion in the ami), his rise to his
the conservative element lepresented present high rank must be Indliallve of
by Senator Kalauokalanl and the mo-
grchMve dement lepiesented by Fiinco
Jonah Kalanlauaole and Cut log Long
It is a well known fait that there
have been frequent clashes between
these two elements and the lack of or
ganization yesterdn) Is attributed by
many Home Rulers to this vei) state
Should Senator Kalauokalanl step
out of the Re'jlltan pait) he will
cany along with 'm n ver) larg'
muubei of the native Hawnllaiis and
It Is not at all Improbafde ...ai they
will Join the Republican forces From
the recent action of the Democrats In
the election these men do not feel very
Mndl) toward that pait)
TIIU 1002 CLUB.
'Ilieie will be a meeting of the 1602
Club tonight at S o'clock ti the Hlks
hall to make ariangemenfs for tho cel
ebration of Mny Day Seveial schemes
such as a picnic, a binge dunce, etc.
have been under consideration and It
will piobably be decided tonight which
Of these plans Is to be adopted The
meeting will onl) take a short time.
Aftervvaulg there will be n dance and
l.)Ie A Dickey Is moving In the Fed
eial Com t for an attorney's fee ot $7."
In the bankruptcy of l.eong Hat Yeo.
We aro always pleased
. to show oui studio and
work to callers, and ex
tend a eoidlal Invitation
at nil times We cuar
nnteu our photos not to
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
HE WAS BORN IN KONA
OF MISSIONARY PARENTS
In Command of Tweuty- Ninth Regi
mentFirst Sight of His Native
Land Since Early
Long befoic annexation Hawaii con
tilbuted three generals to the United
States, two of them bom and biouglit
up In the Hawaiian Islands Since an
nexation )oung men have enlisted In
the forces ot the United Stnles for ac
tive service In the wars and thus fur
two of them arc entitled to wear the
stripes of captain Now theie turns up
another military commandei of high
rank whose land of n.itlvlt) Is tills
Lieutenant Colonel Thco r I'orbes,
commanding the Twenty-ninth Infan
try, was born In the district of Koua.
Island of Hawaii. nbut the middle ot
the nineteenth century His father vvns
the Rev C Forbes on of the Amcrl
can missionaries, and the late Rev. W
0. Forbes was his hi other Colonel
Forbes left Hawaii fjj tho United
Stato3 when he was seven cais of age.
Just after the close ot the gic.it war he
enlisted In tho Kgiilar iirno of the
Union, and, considering tho long'
met itorirma career
The relatives of Col Torbcs heie
had expected him In the Meade, but
learning that he wus coming for cer
tain In the Sheridan their keen d sap
polntment )csterdny muriilng ma) ba
Imagined when tho temporal') quaran
tine of that transport prevented him
from coming nshore However, V J.
Foibes and Miss Forbes his nephew
and niece, having obtained passes to go
upon tho wharf Interchanged long
range greetings with Col Forbes.
Rvci) thing came light this morn
ing Colonel Forbes with his wife ana
two stepdaughters, the Misses Wood
w oi tli, came ashore nnd put up at the
Hawaiian hotel This ! Ills flist visit
to his native land since he left Its
coasts In earl) bo) hood.
CUSTOM HOUSE AUCTION.
An miction took place today In the
Custom House A specially appointed
ilcput) nctlng ns auctioneer Thero
was only one article foi sale namely,
n silk skirt which hnd been sclred uu
der Ait. 43 of the Ait of July 24, 1SU7.
which provides a penalty for the undei-
valuation of goods.
A crowd of nbout fifteen persons,
most of them Custom House brokeis
and ono lady, attended the sale and
for n while the bidding vvns very brisk
The male element, however, soon real
ized that It was n fruitless Job to com
nete with tho ladv. who was liniunl tn
huve tho prize She finally wcuieel the
coveted nrtlcle for tho sum of Jti
WHAT THE COMPARATIVE FIGURES SHOWS
8 u 7
1st Precinct... 4 if 202 51 152 20ft joS 187 j3 151 244
2nd Precinct.. 911 474 gS 23ft 334 80S 445 151 247 1,9s
3rd Precinct... 323 77 73 13S 211 2S8 71 85 130 215
4th Precinct... 659 358 119 112 231 589 330 172 125 297
5th Precinct... 531 156 78 193 271 427 140 92 201 293
(itli l'rccinct... 199 106 36 30 (16 172 103 48 43 9!
7th Piuciuct... 37 7 8 tS 2O 33 7 9 17 26
3106 138O 466 S79 1345 2725 I 12SO 650 914 j 15(14
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I At the meeting of the Republican Territorial Executive Committee with the Fourth District Committee last
night the following resolution was Introduced by T. McCants Stewart and when put to a vote was carried unanl-
i Resolved, by this Joint meeting of the Executive Committee of the Republican Territorial Central Committee
i and the District Committee of the Fourth District! That the hearty appreciation of this meeting be and Is here-
I by extended to all Republican party workers for their earnestness and 2eal In the election which has been so glo-
j rlously won; and,
I Resolved, That like expression be and Is hereby tendered to the EVENING BULLETIN and the Evening Star
I for the splendid services rendered the Republican party In this special election; and that the BULLETIN, which
i led In the fight, be and Is hereby congratulated upon the complete vindication of Its Judgment and foresight.
i Pi n p P-a Ps P ""v P P p P i "i fa J ta P P "vi P P Pa P P n pv "a "- Pi P " p . ; ":
Party Men, Business Men
UNITE IN CONDEMNING
Policy of the Advertiser
ELECTION WAS SPLENDID
The malicious and vicious rourse ot
I tho Pacific Commercial Advertiser dur-
Ing and at the close of the campaign
Just ended was a chief topic of con
vernation nmong business men and po
'llllcnl workers this morning Not a
single word of fnvorable colnment for
the factional effort of the morning or-'0r
gnn was In evidence on any side.
It Is conceded on nil sides that the
election of jrsterday was n victory for
the Republican party, glvlug It new
stiength and foico for tho fall cam-
palgn that will soon ba on. Faction
nlism ns expressed In Dolo or ontl
Dole missionary or antl missionary, pr ,uslncss men with whom 1 have
was not In evidence In the Republican miked"
ranks The only Issuo was Republl "Has the Advertlsei ever helped tho
milium and part) Integrity. With a paity"
view to obtaining the drift or public r Advertiser is a big millstone
sentiment, tho lliilletln "propounded towll(ll nas unfortunately attached it
leaders In the part) and the buslaess h,.; t() t, lnrty, and which tho work
community these questions. lrIB wm ia0 to ncw nvvnv before tno
Did tho Advertiser help the pirty In Kl.noral election in November"
this campaign" , .
i)oe"8Jche Advertiser help the pt.rty COELHO SAYS ADVERTISER
gcnerall)' (TAS NjURED THE PARTY.
CHAIRMAN KENNEDY CALLS
ADVERTISER AN ENEMY.
'Ale )ou III a condition to bo Inter
viewed this morning" was nsked J A
Kenned) cbnlrman of the Republican
"I nm rend) to light." lemaiked Mr
Kenned) "The statements In tho Ad
rtlser this morning nic tulse, utterly
fulsi, IlnlelHin in antl Dolelsm was
tabu thioiighout the cnmpalgn, In the
discussions of the committee nnd on
the platform Dole was entl.ely out of
the question He did not enter Into
the campaign In the slightest clegreo
it Is safe tei say If you Interview any
worker In the campaign )ou will dud
Dolelsm did not enter their minds I
consider that the Dole Issue was lals
cd by the Advertiser to Injure the par
ty nnd cut down tho Republican vote."
"Did tho Adveitlser help the party
In the camndlKii '
"I can't seo It I believe the Adver-
tlsc'r did us harm"
"Has the Advertiser over helped tho
"It certainly hns Injured us ns
much as It Iiiih helped us."
ADVERTISER A MILL-STONE
DRAGGING PARTY DOWN.
Ill answer to tho question. 'Did the
Ae'veitlsci help the Republican pait)
In the campaign," A V. flear, ennlr
man of the Fourth District Commit-
"The Advertlsei Injured
In the cnmpalgn Instead of helping
''h subcommittee on business
nouses, J 1 Cooko and 13d. Tovvse,
apponlca Q necU m nm-, , ,hcr
8lltc.,,RllfuI pn-0rtB the genoral commit
(,.,. nttrllmte In great part thy business
vote The day before tho election J.
p Cooke Informed me that the coursO
the Adveitlser was 'rotten', and l..o
(Into had come foi the business men tn
dean out the forces In control He said
u,,. Advertiser represented none of tho
im8iU't,H communit and Its attempt
to Inject the Dole fight mndu the worl.
()r Hertlnn dn doubly difficult This
opinion has been corroborated by oth
When W .1 Coelhu. executive com
iiiitteeuian of the Filth DiHtiict vvns
npproachrd he sold
"Did the Adveitlser help us?'
No. They tiled to break our
stiength b) iintagiul7lug the Haw ilian
Republic mis "
' Docs It help iih giueiall)7 '
No Foi the same reason as the
111 st, principal!) Ii) stirring up the
laru P'ojudlco ns proven by edltoilals.
lake communications and ciirtoons Hut
llt '' " '"""' "'' Presence ot
"" " """"""' "n " " '""
n" J ' -0"'1' l n" ",lr P,,"r
nicetlngs dining this special campaign.
""""' siimuinio inieresi in hip lie
pmmenn innics. to pusn our nominee
' '' ' tll' Advertiser ami
"fuK" Viln" l""1 (l""" ,,s ,l1" al,0
gentlemen end. we vvnui.i nnvo linn ev
ery vote east )ester.la) for llairls. Mr
Cooke nnd 1 lire- members; of the Re
publican llxeeutlve Committee At no
time did I e-ver hear him say or at
"'"t In do nn tiling tow nrels creating
a,iv uptiiio In the party, but ho has
alwa)B stood leady to support every
(movo ,lmt llU, 1,ct'n mn,, "' fenRth-
JOHN C. LANE TELLS OF
THE ADVERTISER'S PERFIDY.
John C l.nue vice chilli man ot the
Tenltorlal Committee of tho Republl
inn party, whin nsked If he thought
the Advertiser had helped the party In
the campaign, said: "The Advertiser
ex: O .S . rj
i " J3 a P? o
I O P. CI C ' H
not onl did us no good whatever, but
J the paper's attitude was al.solutel) In
jurlous to the best Interests 0" Tho Re
'publican party. It attempted to cause
Jillssenslon by Us editorials anil made
the work of thp campaign ver much
"Do ou believe the Adveitlsir has
helped the parly generallj?" was the
next question asked Mi Lane'r an
swer was "The general attitude ol
the paper has ncvir been conuiidve to
the Interests of the part
SHORT AND POINTED ARE
Itepiesentatlve A (', M Robertson
Is a man who ahvajs speaks to the
point, nnd this morning, when nsktd
If be believed tho attitude of the Ad
vertlscr during the campaign had been
conducive to the best Interests of the
paity, ho replied "No" .i
When asked If ho believed the Ad
vertlsers course bad helped the part)
generally, be leplled "D-inin little
DOLE OR ANTI DOLE WAS
NOT QUESTION AT ISSUE.
Col I. II Fisher, sicritni) or the
Tirrltoiial Committee and nuotht! of
the best workers of the pail), when
asked If the Advertlsei had given the
Republic nn party un) assistance dm
Ing the eiinipnign replied "The
question of Dole oi antl Dole vvns not
dealt with in nny way, shape or man
ner during tho campaign It wus n
tight on tlio broad principles of the
Republican patty, and tho Adveitlser
was In no way at all a help to us.
As a general pioposlllcui I rather
think the course of the Advertiser la
a detriment rather than a help to th"
COOKE TELLS WHERE
THE WORK WAS DONE.
J I' Cooke, than whom tho Rcpub
lie an paity has no mure staunch ami
conscientious worker expressed him
self In very plain lenns on tho course'
of the Advertiser dining the catnptlgn
Ilu said' "I do not consider that the
com so of tlio Adveitlsei during the
campaign did the Republican party
liny good whatever, nnd I deslie to say
right here that the most effective
work was done by Itie Fouith District
Committee, of which , V. Our Is the
chairman Theie Is where the work
was done, nnd I believe In glvlug crcd
It to whom ti edit Is due
"The course of the Adveitlser wns
cerlnlnl) conducive tn stilfe- In the
(Continued on page 4 )
131 121 II7 20 258
43 99 '53 I' 4"'3
2.89 1 fu 102 15 178
(127 ' 207 106 17 330
433 j 134 M" is 292
91 I 5 39 4 95
3? 7 1 " I '9
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8St fi7 I 80 I 163;
V V Harris was Intenogated b) a lliilletln reporter this morning with
reference to the particular significance the Adveitlser had attached to his
"No "Mr Harris replied to the first question, 'I never understood that
Dole or Anti-Dole was In the campaign, so far ns the Republican part) was
conrerned, fiom first to last.
"I believe the election was won !v the work of the Republican partv
out of pure lo)nlty to the principles of the party."
Mr Harris was asked If he had been aware. In nny rase, of double-dealing
with him ns a candidate His reply was emphatic
'No I have not had the slightest reason to suspect tho lo)alty of iv
single Individual among the active workers of the campaign. They nil went
in In win upon the principles of the pint) '
The Representative elect was asked flnnll) whether In his speeches ho
had nny mental reservation with regiud to the different pattg of the Re
"None whatever I am piepnred to support, with tho utmost of in) pow
ers every declaration In the Republican platform Surely nobody who
hennl or read what I said during tho campaign ran have an) doubt about
ri) position I will not crawfish for nn)bodv
Mr llairls gave his opinion upon Hie course of the Advertiser but pre-feru-d
It should not be published To others than the reporter howevei.
on the street this morning Mr Harris icpioliateil tin tactbs of the Adver
tise! most bltteil)
ff p5 pB re )t -. pn r i a Ra "j P M
A MAJORITY if 1
IS WHAT IIARRIS UAD
OYER AU8UST DRIER
Republicans Win Glorious Victory
Through Organized Effort Splen
did Showing in Home
It Is all ovci anil W, W Hnrrls the
nun who stands for tho Republican
pirt) without respert to faction, stnncU
elected b) a majorlt) or Zlii over Au
gust Drcler the candidate of the Home
Riile-Drnioeratle c ombinatlon.
A Splendid Fight.
It was a splendid light that the Re-
publicans made In tho Fourth District J debits of the Terrltor). It was ultl
and ll Is nil the more creditable from , mated) agreed that Trcasuitr Wright
the fail that there were no men hired' ehould drntt a rorm of award which
to do the work for llairls Fver) iuem- should have the character lend effect ol
her of the Fouith District committee j , voucher whereon the amount of each
constituted himself a committee of one ovard mny bo drawn fioi," the treas
and. rolling up his sleeves, went per- nry when runds will have been pro
fcnnnll) to the post to which he wus as- vldfd
signed It was un organized light nnd Acting (Jovernor Cooper and all tha
showed what Republicans can do when heads of depirtments agrrcd to thtf
the) put their shoulders to the wheel principle of the assumption of tespor.
and with one supreme effort, send the Mbllll.r. There Is no appeal from the
old Re publican cart along on the road awards of the Commission hence when
to since ss oiuo certlllcate Is Issued It becomes
How Fundi: Were Secured. , ".uivonl a guilty pending re
,, ,, , , .. ' demptlon as n government bond.
When the win k of the campaign was ...
begun there were no hopes of nione)
nnd the finance committee was forced
to appeal to lo)iil part) men In t lie j
l.iuk and file to put up a small amount
apiece In this w',i) something like!
$101) was seiiired und this paid cveiy
e liVuiil lit
cent of the Indebtedness
enough ovei to pay for tb
the gland lull) in Zinnia Hepiaie to
mm low night
At the Polls.
1 be polls opened at S o'clock )ester-
da) morning and at that time, thenil
were but few people there This state I
of nlTiili nemcd to obtain thtorghout
the da) so that when the voles weiei
counted In the various pieclucts at u'
o'clock it was found Ciat the vote In
each case bad fullcn fur below that
(Continued on pngo S
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Conference of Government and Com
missionForm of Certificate
The Subject of
All of the time ol the executive
council this morning was occupied lu
conference witli the members of the
Fire Claims Commission. It was prae
tleall) decided that Hie Commission
ehould Issue urtlllcates of its awards.
The mil) cllllWiiltr related to the
best way In which 'the Government
B,oliM then adopt the Judgments W
lllshop Nichols de sites lo meet the
I lllllr' belonging to or amllated wl
""' ,0,l'K,"nt Fplscopal Church F
this purpose n lawn part) will be giv
en on the giouuds of Mr nnd Mrs V.,
I I) Tennc) on the corner of I'ensacola
i and l.unalllii streets on Mondn) ufter-
,, eXt, April 14. from 4 to 0 o'clock,
metric tars pass the gate, and all
e.arents belonging to the church aro
rK)d to accept this Invitation for their
MONI1Y FOR WIDOW
The comrades of Fetter, the man
who was killed b) accident on the
dredger )estcrda), are getting up n col
lection foi the benetll of tho widow
who hns been left with two chlldien In
well nigh destitute elicumstances.
1 he) announce that they would be glad
to lecelve nil) aid for this purpose-
Gomes A. McTlghe aro sole agents for
the celebrated I de Turk's California,
Shoes Wean '
t -t- rM