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Till rJUUA- SKIM". 27, l'JOO.
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lim t ti-i iii s men furnish sinews
o( wai n ' luvntlsu Ibclr voles. It
wnulil itnf men uf incrnga Inlcltl
Keiitv I'm U'- support shen Is not
Tiir .it -. isiiice patiol Incident in
n ii'itu I. II ii it 'n: Paris was excited
: " (urn wi'ii ;i t'w hntidle iik bo could be
i n-io ini niilus In lev of Iho tcr
rllih an idem ho bad Juist wltueiuicd
In-own soul i lit- latrol wagon. As cam
, i.Uk 'n.iii i'.m a will be uf mighty lit
tb ut-iK"ti i itruwn among those who
iak the iiiiiill. to get at tho facts.
WHAT ITJS, IS IT?
"The po'lre p-ilrol responded almu-.t
ImiMWllately " H:ild U. II. Paris thlb uf
i tariffjbH ,i.i )wikliiK of the article In
fMk iiioiiiliif: k Advettlter refiardlnc
', tbu rail ("in lo the felatlon for the
sjy'lWtrol iaictm to tatry Jnouen to tin
hM ...... .,K .... nn .,
.iuivi inr nnvis Ul IIIV IUUIIIV1II, 11
WliiK u t':ii oi life unil death, II
-ali'iflwl thai .iny lenEthy questlonlug
WMIta mitlrcl n.,1 .r fil .in. I fnll lliMl
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JV,Unt-y H.t 1 Icv of the nctunt
"feajHir.'u wliidi ihey nunlo tlicy arc
yMJtmiuly to lm . rodltcd' Uiillctlii.
P , 'im Kiutciui'itt uttnuutrtl to Mr
t'urla in t (ii tilii' ,v'a nunnr u ie urlltdti
tititl (-U-nei! hy l.nu lint wm tisod lit the
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The uriKIn in tbo llullctln was pub
)Ub'il .it Hie tjii'ctnl request of Mr.
I'lirU. mis nrltlen from bis dlcUHIon
.itfd niiiimved r v blni before It went to
fV Ihn nrlntei Willi Ii rertalnlv warrantp
It Miimuiir. an -ils oxprcslon to tbu
HEARST'S GREAT VICTORY
fs' Ki-r Yirtk Statu politics ore always
oij-jianonui cu:ienr, uui not lit receirt
i bliioiy tiuK an oft-juar eamiiaigu for
jmrty leadership been watched with
wider Inteiest i,r tho result of the elec
tlun fraught with grealir Influence on
V nntlouul willUc..
.The nouiliiatlon uf William Ran
dolph IliMinl. fur dovernor by (be New
hi. Ymk Ueiiiocrjlie fiinto tomentlon ulg-
jt'nalUeB llif itruitwt lctory Hearst has
nivr won. anil Hiirci&sfiillv r.lves the
r '41ft to tbo mac.i of Ix-llltllng lllcratute
SI' ijllb ulilcli tin li.m In nn hnnilmrilpH. nn
airnliiin for wli.it bo has said from
WV lllll" ll 1IIIIU Alllllll 1I1U J'Ut'VIB iiim
lleiMt'n vliinry wus toinplcte. To
whom bbt opMjticnts will give the
credit Ihey always Bay it Is somo one
Oilier tlnui Ileurbt time will tell but
(be ixurd Mill remains as it has been
ulliio ho hiaik'il In, that llearbt is n
man who does things.
Ts'o nun, mil cicn llrjun In -his sit
vcr o.(inpRlgu, has had luuru dctcr
mined and .bluer opposition from tbo
illUaluis nf Wall street than has tlila
mini whom tlu DcmocratH have put
lor waul to lent their ticket In Wall
i Slin .i'u eiiiiit
pit' They Htjrted In by making fun ot
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11(11. Ilt'Uliki 1JIIUI1UU Ull il, I Hill
they puked Unit all good people Bhoutd
Iviii limy for bun, bceaiiEo ho was a sinner
Hearst turned tbo tables nml demon
Miulfil tbo hypocrisy of Ills uutagou-
ihts. They turned tho squirt guns of
fit lidieiile mill louilcmnallon loose on
,(jH th .illeged Email boy with tho yellow
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j')iiriiiu-t. lie lias gatiieu uiouditnus oi
frlunlH nml Piipnoitcia.
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J, K. KALANIANAOLE
L. L. McCANDLESS
W. O. SMITH
Representative! Fourth District
J. H. S. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W. QUINN
W. T. RAWLINS
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HIJQHE3
Representatives Filth District
8. P. CORREA
A. S. KALEIOPU
H. N. KANIHONUI
II. W. LELEIWI
JOHN L. PAO
A. M, BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATERHOUSE
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIB
0. C. DWIGHT
A. V, GEAR
CHARLES HUDTACC, JR.
S. W. LOOAN
Walanae and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
cut ticket for tho immorally of New
York was wonderful. It was Insig
nificant (omp.iied with the political
capacity reprcrcntcd by ills walking
lulu tho regular louwntlim of ll.e
party and w limine tho nomination Ini'
Coiernor on the first ballot, while
fiesh from un Independent parly ton
ciillon. Huiin Ih cue wise men of tbo Kast will
begin to le.illc that they nro dcallni:
with a factor in national life, and this
boy they luno been Miking fun at for
Mime je.irs past It In reality their mas
ter nt every point, except the duplicity
of money chur.gcrH.
Whether Hearst Is elected or not he
has already bad a dcllnlto effect on
tbo politics nf his State. Had th?
nomination of Hearst not been prctt)
well assured, II is doubtful that the
Republican lomhiiiallon In (barge ot
Senator I'lutt and runner (imcrnor'
Udell would hnc nlluHcd the nomina
tion of such u powerful and Indepen
dent man as Hughes on the Republican
Say what they will of Hearst, ho rep
iC8ctits icfnrin. He tins preached re
form from the housetops and ho must
practice It If clcwitcd to office or low
bis political life. Republicans, there
fore, could not afford to oppose him
with nn ordinary machine candidate.
Hearst is a Btiougipcrtannllty. Hacked
by his on n cxcillcntly organized Inde
pendence League and endorsed by the
Alexander Voting Hatel
Absolutely fireproof, finest
eultlne, elegantly furnished
and the best of service. :: ::
J. H. HERT8CHE MANAGER
HONOLULU, T. H.
V i . X!i3tHK0fit.3fc
'',I'ulHift. ...,i.jiifti .
iraaK MalMB fiMMRt.
One of the Greatest
Offered For Sale
A beautiful country residence on
which has been expended $22,500.,
consisting In part of 'a large bunga
low in perfect repair 100x60 ft., con
taining entrance lanal 30x40 ft., liv
ing room and 28x40 ft, dining-room,
kitchen, pantry, eight sleeping rooms
and two bath-rooms, with all conve
niences; also, Guest Cottage and ser
vants' quarters, all sltuatod on large
lot by sea-chore, set with fine trees
and plants. The owner has told us
to sell for $7,500. as he has no fur
ther use for the property. Terms
Henrj Watcrhousa Trust Co.. Ltd..
Corner Fort and Merchant Ste.
regular Democrats, tho only possible
means of encompassing his defeat was
to pit an Independent leformcr ugalnst
Thus has the newspnper leader
lorccd the Issue nil along the line. Ills
cry success up to tho present time
has forced honest men on bis oppo
ncnts and In a mniiner that must he
moat nallsfiielory to till (lllzcnn Intel
csled In honest government, 'I he pro
grams of tho liosies lmo been shat
teredprincipally by Hearst.
It (ho campila.il for tho nomination
has been bltteily fought it will be but
n clrcumidniico to the fuMtndo that will
now be let loose about tho Democaatlc
Unless nil signs fnll his iipixmcntH
will out-Hearst Hearst In their search
for material to blast bis proiperls. He
Ktnnds for all that capital lialci. And
capital rnn put up a far iinMlcr fight
than IKirRt's worst enemies hnc ccr
credited 'lo him. If he wins the !o
ernorshlp he will bo In direct lino for
tho Presidential ilialr, from which n
great rnernal of public opinion can
nlone keep him.
The picllmlmiry Imlllo of the na
llonal campaign two years hcuco will
bo fought In New York Htato during
Hie next six weeks.
Mrs. Wetberred Plans To
SENDING PATIENTS' NAMES
RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY WILL
GET UP FIVE THOUSAND
3ETS OF COLORED
Secretary wood has prepared tho
following statement, which ho will
iitbmll to tho Promotion Committee
nt lis meeting this afternoon:
Honolulu, Sept. 27th, 100(1.
Chaliman and Members of Ibu llnwall
Gentlemen: Hy tho Siberia wo are
In receipt nf communications showing
that tho circular letter wo arc send
ing sn generally to medical men
throughout the West and Northwest
Is being well received, different physl-
new 5 room house, 30
minutes from Fort and
King St. New. Lot 77x298
High elevation. Great
opportunity to get a splen
did homo for fractional
part of original cost.
"THERE'S A REASON"
and' that Is this they will
wear ust twice as long as the
Ladies Guaz'c Cotton, blk, 35c
Ladies Plain Lisle, black, 50c
Ladies Silk Lisle, black, 50c
Ladles Lisle Guaze, black 50c
tutut tumi uuku ttn nttt uutt
, WHEN KNIVES
' ljilllor Kvenlng llullcllnlr-We Ha-t
wnllan Reii'ihllcniis li.no hien.
preached und (aught by the hnolc Re
r.ithllcans to vein Iho htrnlcht Renuli-
IIchii ticket iiinl our otes in past elec
lions w(ll provo that wo have been nplUnnnot blame its llanalliin Rcpubll
Now uiines forth llc Advertiser,
prcstitiiubly a Republican paper, nml
ts followers olclng a different senti
ment Not to Note fur the straight
ticket. 'Vote for only those that have
our nppmval stnmp. Kill lluwe who
will not lick our hands. Inuken, n
'Democrat, has cur nppioviil clamp, mid
Krown, n Repiibtlenn, Khould bo wiped
off tho fate ot the caitli because lie
j'.irei to hnvo nu opinion of his own
(Jans acknowledging receipt of tho
Mine; noma of Ihetn sending names
end addresses of patients lo whom
they wish us to send our climatic
Mrs. Wcatherred writes that every
thing icmtlniies to look well for her
I'ebrunry excursion. To help it alio is
low sending out nn attinclho circu
lar, Mrs. Wcalhcricd also stales that
she has a plan on Tool for n contest
lor a Bummer's trip (o Hawnll, which
will Include one joiing lady from each
County of Oregon, Washington, Cali
fornia, and probably two or Hired oth
er Western Stales. It Is a big under
taking, but Mrs. Wcatherred feels con
fident of being nblu to carry it through
The Western Tours Company is also
planning for a trip for eight young hy
dies from Hawaii to accompany Mrs.
Wcatherred on her return to tho
mainland next March. Details of this
qutlng will bo formulated within the
next fifty days.
During my absence on tho mainland
Iho ofllec force will bo kept constant
ly'husy getting out special circulars
Oo all telephone subscribers nnd doc
tors throughout the West nnd iMiith-v-est,
sending out nlso folder postnl
htvltatlons to visit Hawaii to some
2,000 selected addresses furiilshail by
tiio Hotel Del Coronndo management;
SHOO addresses fiom Florida hotels;
tin) special St, Umlg addresses, and
at: fnst au Ixis Angeles receives dcfl
f.lto woid fiom Shrlners throughout
Iho United States that they Imvo ar
ranged to attend the conclave next
May, wo nro at' once furnished wllh
Iho adJrcBscs. Several hundred of
I hem hnvo already como to band and
nr matter will be Hcnt on. Attend
ing lo tho above besides enring for
11.0 regular mall mid looking after tbo
lrgubr ilally dullcs will not ullow- any
ilmc for idleness.
It Is pleasing to hnvo with us at
jhlu time such n shiowd observer as
Mr. T. Ii. Gibbon, general counsel of
die Lou Angeles, San Pedro and Halt
Ijiko Hallway. In lila opinion, Hawaii
has great possibilities for tho tourist
and homclmildcr, and ho nlso sayo
(hat our beautiful Hnlelwa Is to him
tho moot delightful spot In Iho world.
The endorsement of tho work of the
Promotion Committee by tho Demo
t'tntle nnd Republican parties Is most
gratifying, an It Indicates tha proba
bility of substantial financial recogni
tion by Iho Legislature whon it mecM.
I nm Informed that tbo Hapld Tran
sit Company has decided to hnvo
J.rlntcd the thousand sets of twenty
ilirfcrynt colored plates of llsh as pub
lished In Volume, XXIII of the U. S.
A Grocery Store
Something unusual, isn't It? Staple groceries sold at bargain-
sale prices) It Is Just for this reason of exticmo novelty that
wc will olfcr several extraordinary Inducements Just to see bow
many alert housewives will take advantage of the opportunity, Tho
salo Is for one week only. Closes positively SATURDAY, OCT. 6.
We guarantee the freshness and quality of the goods. The sate is
merely an experiment and may never be repeated. If successful,
we may have auch sales frequently. The following will not be sold
In wholesale quantities;
M. H. PRESERVE'S
Choicest California Fruits
Regular , , 25c a Jar
SPECIAL '. .,.i 15?
Alpha Salad Dressing
Saves wor rk of making
Regular 20c sizes SPECIAL ..
Regular 35c sizes SPECIAL .,
Gulden's Stuffed Queen Olives
Delicious fruit In 10-oz. bottles
Regular 35c size SPECIAL 20i
Ferndale Lithia Water
' Pint bottleo
Regular 51.00 a dozen SPECIAL
Algarora Comb Honey
.One pound frames
HENRY MAY &
oilier than cxprcstcil by tin "The Ad-
crllser." . '
Tills Is nnothRrlriml of n proposition
nnd wo Hawnlulns call it "Miihecboln
lua;" therefore the llepiildlcnn inrly
cans If wc follow the lesson
One thing certain, our votes will not
go to those candidates car-marked "Ad
vertiser," Wo know w,bo they nrc.
If our candidates fall wc will have
tho satisfaction. of seeing others keep
tomp-uiy with Ihcm.
How about that old saying, "United
wo dtnnd, divided wo fall."
.Sept. 27, 1900.
. DVSTROVED BY FIRE
(Special to Tbo llullctln
KAIIitJA, Kona, Sept. 27.-Tho
teacher's collage ,nt Walohimi
Wii3 burned lo the ground nt 8
o'clock Tuesday morning. Tho
i fiiriilluro Was saved, '
Fish Commissioner's llullctln. I tlilnli
that 'In this way tho Rapid Transit
Company Is going lo do n gloat deal
in offcctUcly advertising the attrac
tions of Hawaii.
Mr. W. O. Aiken of Mnkawaol Maul,
wrltcn that bis offer for "Idlcwlldel"
the half-way house to Haleakala, has
been ncccilcd and that ho now pro
poses making this delightful place tlio
half-wny house In real earnest and
thus mid much to tho comfort and
pleasure of u trip to Hnlcakalu.
It. P. WOOD,
No Attempt Made
AS, YET '
To Move Sheridan
Tho story published In another pa
per to the effect that an nttempt had
been made to float the tianspoit Sher
idan and that tlio attempt had failed
is stated by Captain Plllz of the Iwj
Jan! to bo without foundation.
"No attempt has been made to pull
tho Sheridan off the iccf." said Cap
tain Plllz this morning. Immediately
niter his return from Harbor's Point.
A lj.llc pulllnglinB been done, but
only lo test tho pulling" appliances
nnd not wllh any cxpectnlinn of mov
ing I he vessel from her position. Wc
arc not ready to do that yet.
"Today tho anchors which have
been laid out arc being moored so that
they will stnnd tho strain when tho
llnnl lest nines. Thero has been no
failure as yet, and the chances for tho
Raving of Iho Sheridan aro as good ub
Ihey ever were."
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Blank books of nil sorto, ledgers
eln manufactured by the Dulletln Pub
Sjay-For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
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902-904 NUUANU STREET; PHONE MAIN 308. J
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINE3 & LIQUORS.
If you can get 'your ilothes made to your Individual measure for .
the same price as you pay for ready-to-vicar truck, wouldn't you, J
take the opportunity? Wo charge the same as tho ready-to-wear
people, but we give satisfaction.
Our sulto for $25. are beyond ccmpnrlson In this town.
n A TITT .. HOTEL SlKfc
Geo. A, Martin, oPP. union.
It will write in full sight
yes, in full sight and.it will
write more, write better,
write easier and keep on
doing so longer than any
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
Just Received, a new Stock, among which
will be found many new designs. A
t-argc selection at all Prices at
H. F. WIGHMAN & do., Ltd.
Home of Good Things
P A I IUI iCB Gream Parlors' canFac,W'
I H LITI Bakery and Luiicli Room
Frozen Delicacies for Summer
You will enjoy your meals theso hot summor days if you have a frozen
Most every ono can afford to have these delicacies and fall to do ao
only because it is lots of trouble ordering the ice, milk, and other Ingredi
ents, Then the making disarranges the kitchen's ucual routine. Out tlila
is not necessary. THE PALM sells ice cream, sundaes, water Ices, and froz
en puddings to families. It will cost vou less to buy the cold dessert from
us and It will be as good as you would make and likely much better than
your Oriental servant could.
Ludwigsen & Juiigclaps,
HIS CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. C Axtell &Co, 1048-1058 Alakca
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Monuments of Quality
Wc always supply; now wc c.in
give you the very
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