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BVKNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. 150 J.
CAMPAIGN IS OPENED
..v -.-. I
Special Sale of the
b. & G. CORSET
Monday, Sept. 26th
These arc the most reli
able corset on the market
and consequently the most
See Bcrctanla Street
show window for reduced
prices and a glimpse of
Splendid new line of Ladies' Muslin Under
wear direct from New York manufacturers.
Very ge assortment.
Another New Thing
Is the handsome bla:k spangled Bertha lace,
ready shaped for collars.
IN THE FOURTH DISTRICT
Tlio banner-raising at Fourlh DlsMRcimhllcan arc In power Ills country
trlct Republican headquarters last will bloom.
evening was an enthusiastic affair. Thai Republican Record,
formal flaunting of the lettered pen- ..Th history of the Republican pnr
nnnt was accompanied by thu strain ty from Its lilrtli up to Its present
(if "Tlie Star-Spanglod Banner," tho ti,.nlthy and virile manhood Is the his
Bhootlng of rockets nnd tho glare of tly of 0r rountry. It has been. If
red lire. AlaUta and Merchant street , ww, (H, man on horseback, but
corner wbb Jammed with people. When W10 y, Bay R i,nB not run a goodly
tho banner was hung up, three hearty rftro BII,t won War and In peace?
theerfl rent the nlr. Tho first gun In n,lt especially thu latter, we have ad
tho Kourth District wan a big one. Tile vnnced with leaps and bounds. Riv
affair showed that there are workers mtbllcans can point with prldo to tb
behind tho Hepubllcan ticket In tho achievements of their party. Tht un
Kourth nnd also showed that the rank rhnlcd prosperity of our country It
and fllo nro already In lino nnd ready M),.y ,i t0 wse Internal Onanclal
to march to a victorious election. i nn,i economic laws, enacted by them.
No Traitors Wanted. ' In thi broader fields of International
Whllo the sparks of tho fireworks diplomacy, Hepubllcan statesmen bavu
wero falling on every Bide, Chairman drawn the prlie. A Republican admin
A, (I. M. Robertson mounted a wagon iMrntlon abrogated tho Ilulwer Clay
oml made a short address to tho crowd, ton treaty, revived nnd vitalized the
Ho congratulated tho .Republicans of Monroe doctrine. A Republican nd
tho Fourth District upon tho auspl- ministration dismembered a European
!oti8 opening of tho fight In their Jur- coalition formed for tho purpoio of dl
Isdlctlon. He likened the Republican ldlng China nnd destroying our com
forces In this rampalgn to a grent merer. And It kept tho open door In
army. He said tho candidates are tho that country. A Republican ndmlnls
generals, the platform Is tho ammunl- tratlon started and will complete thu
thai, nnd the voters from every pro- Panama canal, which will ultimately
tlnct nro the rank and flic. Last night be thu means of conferring statehood
marked tho assembling of the army to nn theso Islands. These nro only a
march upon the enemy. The bnnncr few of the blessings that eame from
was tho army s flag, Haunted as a heal- a Republican administration guided by
leugn to thu enemy. Mr. Robertson Theodore Roosevelt.
urged tho forces of Republicanism to I Roosevelt I
stand shoulder to shoulder and march Roosevelt Is the Ilayard of Amort-
Into tho enemy's country. Ho said It ,an uoiuicnl nnd civil life. He has
was for tho generals nnd the rank anil purified, liberalized and decentralized
nio to keep their arms and ammunition American politics more than any man
is but another name for that perfect product of brewing
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Company,
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
" Drink More " AndWhatToDrink-
Dr. Titus Munson Coin, In Harper Magazine, declares In favor
of "Soda Water" for table use. "Soda Water (more properly
called Carbonated Water) whether manufactured or natural Is a
POWERFUL AID TO DIGESTION by stimulating the stomach
nnd also probably aiding to dissolve the mineral Ingredients of the
food? U Is very appetizing, It corrects acidity In the stomach,
checks the disposition to nausea and cools the system In febrile
complaints and Is Indeed the Ideal beverage for the water drinker."
May me not supply you with our beverages?
Yours for health, first, last and all the time.
Consolidated Soda Water Works, ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
YOU DO NOT STOOP BUT
STAND ERECT WHEN USING
j; The United States Rotary Washers
This is the llehtest running machine on the market, 1 he
clothes are turned back and forth through the hot soap
suds, cleaning them without rubbing them to pieces. This
is our second shipment and parties who have used these
machines speak very highly of them.
THEO. H. DAVIES & Co., Limited,
J. HOPP & Co.,
Of King and Bethel Streets, have received
a fine shipment of Ostermoor Patent Elas
tic Felt Mattresses. These are now on
sale. Anyone looking for health, comfort
and sleep should not fall to Inspect
as they are the best mattrtsses made for
NEW LINE OP
Clothing, Pajamas and Neckwear, Ties,
In good older. It la your duty to stay
In too ranka of tho fighters and ncltk
cr doacrt or prove a traitor to jour
comrade. Wo must fight a good fight
and victory will bo certain.
After tho banner-raising, the crowd
wan directed to take scats on the Roos-
ovclt Reservation, where a speakers
Htand awaited tho oratom and benches
tho hearers. Tho speaklnK was lint.
cnetl to by five or bIx hundred people.
L. A. Andrews as presidios officer han
dled tho meeting as a toastmastrr ban
die a banquet. In Introducing each
speaker, he did gatllng-gun work In tho
main cause. Tho crowd was address
ed by John Hughes, John C. Lane, W,
W. Harris, K. A. Douthltt, Llllkalanl,
Edw. Qulnn, Andrado. Uclcgato Kihlo,
Carlos Long and I). Kalauokalanl Jr.
In Introducing the speakers Chair
man. Andrews made a running review
of tho achievements of the Republican
party In tho Territory. He said of tho
thrco parties to chooso from the voter
should tako tho Republican party be
causa It had redeemed Its promises In
tho past and would do so In tho fiiluro.
Ho said there were some, bad things
nbout tho last legislature but many
gooil things. Tho Homo Rule legisla
ture hod had Its opportunity and fall'
ed to do anything for the people. Thi
Uepubllcan Legislature passed the
lAian mil, whlsh brought a million dol
lars from New York to bo spent hero
In permanent Improvements and to
glvn work to Hawallacs at a tlmo
when work Is hard to nnn. ino jte-
nubllcon legislature passed tho cltl
ten labor law, which shuts out Asiatic
labor and gives tho Hawaiian and Tor
tuguosa his rights. Tho Republican
Lcglslaturo raaoo mo Hawaiian nag
fho flag of tho Territory.
Lay Aside Prejudice.
John Hughes was tho first speaker.
"Mr. Chairman and Fellow Citizens:
I nm pleased to meet you hero this
evening nnd I will endeavor In a few
remarks to mako tho pleasure mutual
and Interesting from a Rcpubllcnn
point of vlow. As tho tlmo for discus
sion and debate In party ranks as to
men has passed, and tho tlmo for ac
tion has como, tho different political
forces aro being marshaled under their
loaders, and lined up. ready for tho
fray. I would ask all who aro outslda
tho ncnubllcan fold to lay asldo preiu
dico nud Inherited partisanship, and
calmly look Into tho political suua
tlon; sook, find out and chooso tho
sldo whoro their best Interests and tho
best Interests of tho Ho. Thcro nro
two parties to chooso from tho Dcnv
ocratle and Republican.
"On tho Republican sldo Is Thco
doro Roosevelt, n matchless and m
tronld leador. uphold by Republican
hosts and supported by Republican
nrinclules. principles as Immutlblo as
tlmo, Liberty, I'rogroBs, nnd Knllght
cnment. Opposed to ua Is tho Demo
cratic party, n party that, to put It
mildly. Is lacking In practicability and
romprohcnslvo statesmanship; n par
ty that, oven If Its platforms abound
In 'deplores', wo yet must admit, It can
point with prldo to tho many Illus
trious names It has given to our coun
try'H history. Hut that party at tho
present tlmo Is submerged uy social
ism. Ponullsm. and a hybrid combina
tion, sailing undor a plrato Hag nud
calling Itself Homo Rule.
"My friends, tako tho platforms of
tho two parties, oxamlno them care
fully, and. If you do, you will And tho
Republican platform a broad, manly
nnd Htatosmanllko document. It points
out what Republicans havo donn and
what they propoBO to do. And tho IloV
iiilHrH.n nartv has never broken fnlth
with tho pcopio or promiscii nnyminu
It could not fulfill. Tho Democratic
platform, you will find is a mas of
nllttorlng generalities nnd unctuous
platitudes. Thcro Is an equal distri
bution of 'wo favor nnd 'wo condemn'.
Wn no nt w th nr do' nnd wo regret-.
As n revivalist document It Is Interest
Ing, but tho romanclst nnd special
J. Lando, Hotel
Weekly Bulletin, $1 a Year
that ever occupied the Presidential
chair. Ho Is absolutely honest, nbso
tutely fearless, nnd his clean, unsullied
llfo Is nt once an example nnd In.plrn
tlon for American youth. Roosevelt Is
of the present and Is looking to thu
future. He Is a doer of brilliant
things. Ho can originate great policies
nnd carry out great Ideas. America,
her people nnd Institutions are nis only
care. He has mado for himself a per
manent place In American history.
With such a leader and such a plat
form In this campaign, RepiibllcnnlAii
should win all along the line. Repub
licanism should win becauso the future
of the country depends upon It. Re
publicanism should win becniiBo the
future of this Territory nnd tho wel
fare of Its citizens depend upon It.
Just mo word more when casting
your ballots at this election, It Is well
to remember thnt It Is not a question
of voting for Smith, Ilrown or Jones
neither Is It a uucBtlon or voting ror
(iovernor Hill. Tom or Jack. It Is a
question of voting for Republican prln-
c I pies. It Is a question or ulrrngiuen
lug tho party and upholding tho hnnds
of Roosevelt, tho brightest and purest
ttnr that ever shono In tho firmament
of American politics."
Lane on Drown.
John C. Lane was Introduced nnd
spoku In Hawaiian and Kngllsh. He
asked for support not only for himself
hut tho whole ticket. Ho said that
Cecil Ilrown had broken faith with his
convention supporters nnd might bo
expected to break faith with tho
No Divided House.
W. W. Harris showed how the Re-
nubllcans had been truo to all cam-
nalcn nromlses In tho past and would
be In the future. He referred to tho
Loan DIM nnd thu benefit It had
brought to voters. Ho said If n di
vided house was elected nolhtng would
ho done. Unless a Republican Legis
lature Is elected, all good measures
will be blocked. JIu asked that all
JIawallans vote for Mihlo, tho man in
touch at Washington and In line with
tho party In power. Tho Republicans
demand that tho Territory's expcHsc
be kept within Its Income.
In Introducing Kuhlo Chairman An
drows said: Wu havo heard In tho
papers that wn should not send Kuhto
back to Congress; that ho did nothing
for us when there. Wo know by re
sults what ho accomplished. It was
with his assistance that wo havo n
Federal quarantlno and quarantluo
buildings. Wo know that army forti
fications nnd a Naval Station aro com
ing; that JD.OOO.OOO will ho spent hern
on theso things. What does it mean?
If Kuhlo did not do this work, who
did? Wns It Motley? Was It Iaukca?
Who Introduced tho bill In Congress
to give tlio J'oriugueso uumcsieuuura
on Punchbowl their homes? It was
B. A. Douthltt was Introduced. His
speech was a warning to tho voters
that they uso a businesslike discre
tion In choosing their representatives,
nuslncss sense demands thut servants
cither public or private bo experienced
and know something about their work.
Ho pointed to tho record of tho Rcpub-
ll.an imrlu nn lm mnlnlnnil nnd In tin-
wnll ns a record of business qualifica
tion and practical sense. Ho talked
for a straight Henubllcan ticket.
Chairman Andrews then nsKed and
answered tho question. Why should
wo vote tho straight ticket. Ho said,
"nccauso then, tho voter has somo
nnn to hold responsible. If an mile
pendent legislator dccclvoa tho voter,
tho voter has no recourse If a Repub
lican lcglr lator deceives tho pcopio, tho
peoplu can mako tho pnrty answer.
Kuhlo was Introduced. Ho spoko In
.Hawaiian for an hour and was given
tho cloBcsi,micnuon. ue iaiu mo in
spects to Iaukca nnd Notlcy. A great
deal of his speech was a description of
ho work and methods at Washington.
Llllkalanl mado a stirring address
Rnnd nnoerlieH for tho party wero
..lomior ilm ilemacnnuo and ncdagoguo mado by. candidates Kdw. Qulnn,
nro too prominent In It, for It to sue Frank Andrado and Carlos Long.
i i.. ,!,!,. ihn vnt,.., nt intoin. D. Knl iuol;nl:inl Jr. spoko In Kng-
' . . ll.li. ctvlnB tho masons why ho left
. ' . -., -.1,1... lt, Il.iln nnrlv nni! Iflllltlll tllO
I no American ciuien unci not "ouviiiu ,...iu .....,.-..., . ,7. .i
documents, ltenuniicnns. lie who uuu ui mo .,
It lias earned its reputation for hcaltlifitlness and purity by deserving
it tlirott(,'hotit half a century of careful brewing by expert brew masters
and experienced liclp.
The materials and the product are the best that money can secure
and skill make; cleanliness is paramount in every part of the plant;
the result is purity and hcalthfulncss.
For "Thcfefefi--Tastc." tho acme of perfection, one must
get tyflMtSg- beer, found only in the yfjjite- products.
MlOlr IflFE" lliow li the crcmnltur touch o piili-cllnn In brewlne.
FRED MILLER BREWING CO.
"Ask for the Rrcwcry Bottling."
HOFF8CHLAEQER4.CO.,Dlstrlbutors Honolulu, H. I. Telephons Main 7.
Aro You. Interested in Physical Culture?
Pour cent In tnmp sent tn thu Malt Lxtrnct Department will bring
you our bonk tntlttcd. " )citlnmunt H'Kftoiit t;ijrutiw," free. .'
BISHOP & CO.,
Established la I8B8.
Transact business tn all department
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchango bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on Tho Dank of Call
fornla and N. M. Rothschild Bona,
Correspondents Tha Bank of Call
fornla, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cablo transfers on Chins
ind Japan through the Hongkong A
Shanghai Ranking Corporation nut
Chartered Bank of India, AustralU
Interest allowed on term doposlts v
tho following rates per annum, vis:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at S 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trustees under mortgage.
Manago estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuablo papers, Wills, Bond), etc.
received for safekeeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pr)
Dooks examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL ST.
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, li
accordance with Rules and Regula
lions, copies of which may bo obtained
Agents for Fire, Marine, Life, Aeel
dent and Employers' Liability Insur
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel 81
To Get the Best
No matter what you are buying, it always
pays to get the best. Ever sit kown next to
a kerosene lamp and tr to enjoy a good
book ? impossibility. Excessive heat dis
pels all idea of corrfort.
There is no heat if you use incandescent
electric light, but there are comforts and con
If you are one of those wide-awake citizens
who desire to get the beat for their honest
money then phone us lor information.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office King St near Alakea.
'Phone Main too.
j wini nut J, , itvat niMm... ,,u,,v ..,,, ,y.
Wm. a. Irwin
New Shipment Of
Crys'al Springs Butter
There Is no guesswork about Crystal Springs Butter ana never
any variation In the quality. You can order It at all times with th
absolute confidence that It Is perfectly pure and sweet. We send It
out In neat cardboard cartons that keep It from contact with other
foods In the Ice chesL We have Just received a large new shipment
on the "Sierra".
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
Claus Spreckels & Co.,
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
8an Francisco Aaenta The N
ada National Bank of San Francisco
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
'ional Bank of Ban Francisco.
London Tho Union ot London ano
Smith's Bank, Ltd. ,
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange Nation'
Paris Credit Lyonnals. '
Hongkong and Yokohama Horn
(onE-Shanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bant
if New Zealand and Bank of Austra
victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
irltlsb North America.
Deposits received. Loans made ol
iDtirovod security. Commercial and
"I'ravolers' Credits Issued. Bills of Mi
hanKo bougbt and sold.
.ollectlons Promptly Accounted Foi
niiniindlnc In political subtlety and so
phisms. Ho wants results, and to got
thorn ho must como to tho Republican
pnrty. Tho American farnur knows
without anv lonE dissertation that
when It ralnB his crops will bloom.
Merchants' Parcel Delivery.
Parcels, Furniture, Baggage, Etc., moved
to any part of the Gty. Will meet steam
era and check outgoing baggage. Prompt
and reliable service.
Phone Main 109.
tnatnr? of tho Homo Rills party and
had been faithful to It until Its uttorl
uscletsncts proven inni uu
'nt! his time. Ho spoVo for tho sup
port of tho ndmlnlstratlnn of Roose
velt and or uaricr anu wumeu
Tho American citizen knows that when straight Republican ticket elected
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
mproved and Modern 8UGAR MA
HINERY of every capacity and d.
rlptlon made to order. Boiler work
ort RIVETED PIPE8 for Irrigator
urposea a specialty. Particular attsr
on paid to JOB WORK, ano rtpsln
' 'nitri at thoitrtt nrtlrr
ob Printing the Bullstlr-
AND TRUST CO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... $2000000
PAID UP CAPITAL J100.000XO
resident Cecil Browi
Ice President M. P. Roblnsoi
Uthler W. O. Coopf
Office: Corner Fort and King Sis.
8AVINQ8 DEPOSITS received am
tercet allowed for yearly deposits
he rate ot 4 1-2 per cent, per annum.
Rule and rfKiilstlnns turnlsbed m
The Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd.
Capital Subscribed Yen 24.ii00.00t
'Capital Paid Up Yen 1h.un0.00
Reserved Fund Yen 9,520,008
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES Bombay, ItonKkuug, Ho
nolulu, Kobe, London, Lyons, Naga
saki, Nowchwang, New York, Pe
king, San Francisco. Shsnf;hal, Tl
The bank buys and receives for col
Jdlon Bills of Exchange Issues
rafts and Letters of Credit nnd trans
cta a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH. 67 UNO ST.
'For Bale" cams t bulletin omn
Blank hooks of all sort tertrerm,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pnb
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