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1 1 EVENING BULLETIN
t'tibllehoil livery bay llicopt Similar,
t 12U King 3treet. Honolulu,
T. II., by tho
UULLKTIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACC n. FARHINnTON.. Editor1
liulcred hI the I'oatolTlco at Uono
nululo no second class matter.
OUBSCIIIPIION KATES, ,
t'lil( In Advjnes.
Tor month, nnywncre lu t. S..I .75,
I'orquarler, anywhere In U. S.. 2.00
I'cr j.Mr,nnjhpro U, 8 8,00.
Prjrnr, pmtpild, rorclE.ii 11,00
Weekly Bulletin. j
3tx Ii'Otltlia $ .CO ;
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Territory of Hawaii, )
Country of Oxhu ) '
C. O UOCKl'6. Business Manaccr i
ot th nuLurriN iuumshinq com
PANY, MJimUi. bvlnc first duly I
sworn, on ontti deposes and says: I
That the follovrltig Is a truo and cor
rect statement of circulation for thol
week endlnEvSept 'I 1806. of the Dal
ly and weekly editions of tho llen.
Circulation of Cvenltig Bulletin.
Saturday, CepLIS 2300
Monday, Sept. 17 2512
Tuesday, Sept. 10 2-150
Wedrietd.iy.aept, 19 2516
Thursday, Oepl. 20 0278
Friday, Ocpt.21 2503
Circulation cf Weekly Oulletln.
Tuesday, flcpt. 13, 1908 . .. 2181
Number of weeklies delivered on I
. the Island of Hawaii alone ...1094!
combined guaranteed average I
juillutin ruDLianiNo co.. ltd. I
by C. O. BOCKUS, i
" Uln;s Manager. I
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 22d day ot
ISEAL September, A n. 1P06.
P H. llUHNETTn,
K.'ntnw llMlitt. l.-frit Itirflntnt f.-i,l
81. IT. 21. 1901).
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Mr.flhANAIt.N flM I'AilTY HilNltR
i; tl MtCJaiuliau. candidate for Del
gain on tl,n l)ctuo ra'lc ticket, has
lead 'h- rloi u-t tr, the N'atronul Com- '
mittoeman ot hi party nnd Incident.
ally handl d n few ruiunlilo iolutrn
on the matter of pacty loyalty.
McHt nnone In MiClnnnhun's posi
tion would say thi nine thing. In fact
tho Kjpnon, ns it applies to American
;.artl:&i3hlp In rcneral, I? very ninth
to tha'polnt at, ihU lluio nnd In this
Insttid of bJus clear tut. straight
forward, huiky ghe-and tal:o polltlttil
Cgh'crt who can alway3 be depended
upon,n shure of our population nnd
too runny of tuo allseed lcadere.'j",em
lo consider they hae rtached I ho
helghta of political success when they
lava belonged to all parties, hao been
en till ihlou of cverj' n,uetlutv and
hate knifed friends without favor ns
they passed along.
The Bulletin hab liner considered
Henaior WcchId In tbln rlass. Ho Is
luch a good ftllon that lie tilths plain
1) to all hatido and leave It to chance
or good fellowship that lu will not bo
i cuotcd as sajins that w tilth ho should
l ot say
Uut tho Democrats luitv sumo hrlglil
u,,ri -I.. ..I... ... .-.I ,
ii4 aililllllft U.lVIIVllt l Jil1tl7UIJ uii. j
loyalty and political sidestepping.)
ic-Tfly to do must ,in tiling to be on a j
Tho Democrats. If we lire reliably In-1
iormed, and no denial of tho publica
tion has been made. haj taken Into
their camp and put tbs stamp of en
dorsement on candidates for loglsla
tlvo honors w ho arc bo freih from tho
Republican rnnU that it Ij yet difficult
lor them to forget their old habit ot
gtvlns tfTree cheers on dtmand for ths
This picking made by the Democ
racy represents nothing but the shift
ing and fllldlug lack of chic consoleuce
that will ciMlqrfcO anything and con
demn everjthlB In order 'o havo the
chance of a look In .it tho pusalblllty ot
doing eome of, tho Territory's business.
This liuclucss diould be lu tho hands
ol men who understand loyalty.
Any person so easily playing tho
Irattor to the VJttiy tiom which ho has
fought hoilorC must aie very nebu
lous Ideas, of loyalty to his country,
Tho Bulletin agieoa fully with Mr.
McChnahau on the principle he ex
pounds. It In applicable to every par
ty, and It should bo enforced all along
the line If the educational Influence of
American politics is to be 'owards
pctsonal honor and political chnrac-
"" ,Vo would make a distinction how
ever, between the man "ho in a cas
ual conversation makes a political slip
nf the tongue, and the man or men,
candidate or worker who bas peddled
hinselt to every patty on tho list and
with utter disregard for principle Is
icady to cell hlnuelf where he can get
the highest price,
PROHIBITION'S LMEST BATTlB.
.Prohibition has al fought a great
battle ou Its old stamping ground, the
State ot Maine It will bu gratlOing tu
the advocates, of radical tempernnte
J hat Prohibition won out, but the mar
gin wuti uri close that enemies uf tho
K ' Jlowlnr howl hnvo ciutc to be on their
Korjeaix .Mnlno Jliis li.nl enuiiKh pio
Mbilory law on its hooks to put every
rtini seller In prison for life. Tor etu
it has, had prohibition established by a
Delegate to Congress
J, K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. MCCANDLE88
W. O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. S. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W. QUINN
' W. T. RAWLINS
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUOHE8
Representatives Fifth District
8. P. CORREA
A. 3. KALEIOPU '
H. N. KANIHONUI
H. W. LELEIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATERHOUSE
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIS
0. C. DWIGHT
A, V. GEAR
CHARLES HUSTACE, JR.
S. W. LOGAN
Walanae And Walalua
Deputy 8h riffs
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M, K. LCLEO
1 1 provision of the Stnto Constitution, Kor
Kirs K has had rum sellers
Periodically the Democrats o( the
State hae made n campaliiii for resub
mission (if tbu prohibition question to
iho people1. The ansner to this liai
been tbc election of an overwhelming
"0"lbllcl,n Prolilbltlon majority which
I'M another penalty on the rlrcady long
llal "belied l0 the crime of celling
During the laijt fourearaahe Dcm
ocr.itt have been making a-hum strcn
uous resubmission cnmpalgn. Their
candidate for Governor established :i
dally ncwspiper In his homo city and
other newspaper echoes were started
lu other dtlc.-i. At the election two
rarR ngo very little Imprtsslon wus
nude. The lumpalgnerN did not rest.
Truo to previous custom the Hepuh
II can Legislature pasted a now law to
enforce prohibition. What v.w known
as the Sttirsli law provided for the ap
pointment ot n stRto enforcement com
mission by tho Governor. This tom
mlSHjon had tho authority to employ
deputies and go Into nny town or coun
ty and enforce tho liquor law raid the
Tho comnilstlon (Mi! the work allot
ted to It. Cities where public opinion
bud supported u very lax enforcement'
vvcro closed tight iih far lis liquor nell.
lng was tonterued. The Sturgls luw
raised u beautiful row nnd the Demo-
Alexander Young Bote
Absolutely fireproof, flnsst ,
cuisine, (legantiy furnlshtd
and the best of servlco. :: ::
H. HERT8CHE MANAGER
c .WuftjB6IiUfrM EMATOAM
t V JjtOCPC n 00 BROia
T ." luu..tuu .1u.tm.
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 situated on large
lot by sea-shore, 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, Terrns
Henry Walerhouse Trust Co,, LU..
. Coiner Fort and Merchant Sis. A
11 UP-rL ,..i.MTIO .
trats were quick to take advantago ol
Tho campaign for resubmission was
given nn Impetus never boforc exifci
lenced. The people wcro glad enough
to have prohibition for eousclcuro's
sake, but not with tho Sturgls commis
sion's strlck enforcement. There was
too much centralization of power nnd
hot enough drink to wet a man's
Tho ltcpubllrans became nlnrmcd,
nnd while they icnomlnated Cobb for
Governor nnd teltcrntcd tho prohibition
principle of their platform, they would
not hllow Sturgls to hnvc a rcnomlnn
tlon for the legislature.
Tho result or the election held re
icntly gave (he Itepubllcan candidate
lor Governor tho smallest plurality ie
corded In favor of the party for quar
ter of n century. Sixteen of tho twenty
larger cities of the State gave their
pluralities to the Democratic candidate
The prohibition canto was therefore
saved by the country towns, whose
hard-hended citizens may make their
own hard elder but can't be ehangcJ
en thu Prohibition vole.
Tho light In tho cities was the liveli
est ever known In sumo respetts. In
the largest city of the Stnte nil day
prncr meetings were held In two
churches, Mrs, L. 11. N. Stevens of the
Woman's Chrlrllnn Temperance Union
serving us tho active lender.
Prohibition still stands lu the State
of Maine. TIuj election proven how
ever, that the people have no uso lor a
law which ilws not glvo -each com
munity tho privilege ot determining
how- far prohibition shall prohibit. Al
though the Ilcpubllcnn party saved It
self, the tsenp: from dlmstcr us a re
mit of tho Sturgls law was so narrow
It Is doubtful that the coming Legiilu
turo of the Stnte will waste nny time
in wiping out tho stale enforcement
furthermore. If the Maine election
means mi thing It is that thr Prohibit
or j law- will remain s.ifu only i.o long
cs the country districts tun outvote
Another lebcoii Is th.il n good share
of the people ot Maine mushier it their
Inalienable right to servo God nnd h
Bervo the prohibitory 'law according lo
tho dictates of their own conscience.
And not be hel 1 to account by n central
authority that does not understand tho
"peculiar conditions" that's what we
Would rail It lu Hawaii of each town
Ono of the small lios nt n certain
school where military drill Is much es
teemed has bow legs. Tho drill In
structor liked to toe things dqnc smart
1 nnd was annoyed because this hoy
could not click his heels together like
tho rest lit tho word "shun!" Tho drllli
Instructor, nil ex-Infant rjiii.in, stood
this ns lougns hn could, hut nt last
lost patience altogether, nnd addressed
tho Ind In a hoart-o whisper, "Was jimi
ever In tho cavalry, sir?" Manchester
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 just twice as long as the
Ladies Guazc'Cotlon.blk; 35c
Ladies Plain Lisle, black, 50c
Ladies Silk Lisle, black, 50c
Ladies Lisle Guazc, black 50c
DETAILS OF PLANS FOR
PANAMA CANAL WORKERS
MUST GIVE BOND THAT LABOR-
ERS WILL RETURN TO THEIR
ashlngton, Sept, 17. Chinese la-l
iWr i.-,t,rn i t ,',,, fn- u ,i, .,
tho Isthmian canal will ho icnulicl to
Le deported nt tho conclusion of 'their
nlco. To Instlro their deporlatlon.
the Panama Government will require
the continctori who furnish the Chi-
for tho nrst 2-.00 Chinese and f 20 each
. . T
for lihorcrs Ju any number Jn excess
;Thls tnforniullon was comejcl lo
nil Mho hate tdgnlllcd their Intention
o'f blddlnK fur the contiuct lu mpply
Uio Chlncso laborers. Tho Islhmliin
(annl Coiniiilsslun has sent out the fol
lowing circular letter:
'Wo nro adriFcd hy cable that the se
curity tho contractor will hn required
to r.lvo tho I'ananian (lo eminent
tinder attlclu 3 of Iho Imitations l.
furnish Clilncu labor dated Atmust 20,
1D0R, Ml ho fin the first draft of 2500
laborers a hIiikIo houd In the iippuixl
ui.ito penal sum of J.'O.OOU, nllh pen
ally that the contractor p.ty $100 for
ench Chinese which should not be dc
Parted nt the conclusion of kcrilce, the
bond tu bo Increased nt the rntu of fl)
per Chinese for nil Chlncso on tho
isthmus at ntiy one time In execs ot
Wnslilnctoit. Sent. 20. Proposals
were Blibmlttnil to tho Isthmian Canal
ComtnlbBlon today for tho furnlnhliiK'tulil that he n3 a man of S5 jcjts und
of Chlncso labor to bo cmplojed lu the. that ho had hover hurt n woman in n
construction of the Panama C.iu.il
I ho ien.ulicmei.ts of the spccincntluns'
were, In brief, Hint the cimtrnituis tiffs as much ns to frighten thu Jni
bhouh) agrco lo supply the comtiilsMuutitncto.
frith ut least 2500 Chliienp. thn riimnilu
i-ion Inning the prlvllego of railing up
on Ihc Hiicccsrtlill coutrailora for addi
tional labor nut exceeding in.nuo,
(' While lho uannilnslon has been lu
(onimuulealloii with nhoiit 1C0 Icdl
Vidimls and coiporatlons uhu liud U--lilllcd
u poistlilu dcslra to submit pro
Cosals, only four ptoposnls finally were
tilfcicd lu tho commission lu.liy.
f'No nv.nrd will ho innilo of tho con
tract tiutirthu priiposals luie been ex.
nuilneil hyv(ho commission and Its' gen-
cial counsel, lu accordance with Ihc
made for tho
.Hie proposuMi wcro
liirnlKhliig of illffcicm
clustes of labor nt u price llxul by the he mndu ucciirntely, but It Is based
InV'ir In American gold. on n school census which should. It lu
A summary of tho four prt posalsj thought, bIkhv fnlrly correct results.
suVmltlrd follows: Tho Imiorlnnt feature of the matter Is
'rhe Anicilcn-Chlna Contracting 'what proportion of the Inereiife Is Can
Coiiipany: Common laborers, 10 cents cnslnn nnd what proiorflon Is Mongo
pur hour; IcnT-ifien a'ihl Inlerprelers. 20' linn. Thoi Mongollau docs not asslmi-
cento per Rour; phslclans, 40 ieiils
per hour; cooks and haibcrs, 15 cents
International Contracting Company,
jyashliiHlun, I). C; Laborers mid
tioks 13 cents per hour; doctors, JJ'J
rents an hour; assletiinl doctors, 20
cents per hour; Interpreters, two nnd c
luilf times 13 cents per hour; foromoa
oiiq and a half I lino 13 cents per hour.
- Wall Mo 1-ce Hang Company, Haiti-
More: Mboi-ra. clerks and tarbc.jbc , llm't Amctk.a or ,,:K.
I2 renin nor hour! fnromon mill In.'.. . . ....
lerprcters, 1G cents per hour; doctor.!,
rs cents per hour.
Joel Hciihcn Julian, Washington, I),
Kor the first 2500 Chinese, labor-
A Grocery Store
i Something unusual, isn't It? Staple groceries sold at bar-
gain sale priceil It Is just for this reason of extreme novelty that
w; will offer several extraordinary Inducements to see how
many alert housewives will take odvantatjo of tho opportunity. The
salo s for one week only, Closes positively SATURDAY, OCT. 6.
Wo guarantee the freshness and quality of tho goods. The sale Is
merely an experiment and may never bo repeated. If successful,
wo may have such sales frequently. The following will not bo sold
In wholesale quantities:
M. H. PRESERVES
Choicest California Fruits '
Hegular . ZSc a Jar
Alpha Salad Dressing
8aves work of making
Regular 20c sizes t SPECIAL JO
Regular 30c sizes SPECIAL 0(j
Gulden's Stuffed Queen Olives
Delicious fruit In 10-oz. bottles
Regular 35c klze ,., SPECIAL 20
Ferndale Lithia Water
Regular $1.S0 a dozen SPECIAL $1.20
Algaroba Comb Honey
' One pound frames'
Regular .' 20c
SPECIAL , 10
crs, 11 cents per hours; foremen, 10
cents per hour; docturs, CO cents' per
hour; Interpreters, CO cents per hou,r;
cooks and barbers, 30 cents per hour.
Kor the first additional 1000 above
2500, laborers, 11 cents per hour; for
tho .second additional 1000, 10g cults!
lor tho third additional 1000, iv!i
tents; for tho fouitli additional 1U0M,
10 cents; for the fifth additional 100',
10!i cents; for the sixth additional
1000, 10 icnls; for the seventh addi
tions 1000, 10K cents; fur tho eighth
additional 100t, 10 tents; for the tcnln
additional 1000, 9V4 cents; for tho elev
enth additional 1000, 9V4 cents; and
ior H'o rcmnludcr of tho 16,000 lahor-
'"' t,en B "cr h""r; , . ...
, Tho. PiTow' I"? nt ihi
'yartiiieni to mean thn If the com-
?', , ' . . , .. .
IIAttltn,, mill u'nntfl Inn full rmfltn ril
lleulien and wants
11,000 Chinese ho will
nl ,he, r,a,c of tcn,,, "cr ho,,r tor l0m
DR. MM JEW
The defonsr rested Its case thlu
morning In the suit of Hvcbn C, lloo
Mi. Dr. Mcllrcw lor VI 0,000 dam.iites.
The doctor himself way tho only ll
iiuks put on tho Elnud by the defence
nnd ho made n cry gooil linprcsilon".
Ills itory uns to the effect that ho had
been bothered :i gteat deal by Japanese
who trespusicil on his land and lh.it
he was Keeping them off at the lime
which the assault on Mrs. Hoc Is al
leged to have occurred.
When ashed If ho used tho unusual
ly strenuous and forcible language
which Man alleged, ho ml ml tied the
tufo Impciclunem and nhcti naked
what It was, stated that he thought II
had been heard often enough In com I
for the jury to haio undersluud it. lie
.way und that ho had simply II red the
pistol in tho air. not to scare the plain.
Tho Jury uns excused till 2 oi loci,
lu outer that the Instructions to them
from tho court might bo prepared, nl
which time argument ulll commence
hy the opposing attorneys.
MONGOL8 NOT WANTED
Wntcrvllle (Me.) Sentinel)
Figures collected hy (loiernor Car
ter for his annual report Indicate) Hint
thu poplilallou ot lliii Ten Kor of Hn
Wall Is now'otcr 200,000; 'In other
words, thero linn been nn lnrrnfiRi of
nbnut n third since the last'censim was
taken In 1910. Tho csllionlc cannot
lo with thd iMpulaceof this nation.
POPE TO NAME CARDINALS
Home, Italy, Sept. 12. It Is assert
ed on good authority nt tho Vatican
that the Pope lias expressed his Inten
tion to hold n iiinslstory In November,
when ho will appoint scvcrul Cnrdl
tinls. Among these tho name of Arch
bishop Kalconlo, apostolic delegate nt
Washington, Is mentioned. It Is not
llsh Churchmen nro Included among
tho Intended Cardinals,
For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
CREAM PURE RE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow , ;
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents '
W2-804 NUUANU 8TREET. PHONE MAIN 303.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN TINC WINES & LIQUORS.
If you can Qtt your clothes made to your Individual measure for
the same price as you pay for ready-to-wear truck, wouldn't you
tako the opportunity? We charge tho tamo as the ready-to wear
people, but we give satisfaction, k.
Our suits for $25. , are beyond comparison In this, town.
Car A MfJ HOTEL STREET,
Ueo. A, Martin, oPp.unbn. . j;
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al Will WlllU
i t . y ,,' ,i
yes, injuu sijjni aim n win
write more, write better,
write easier and keep on
doing so longer than any
WALL, NICHOLS CO., "
Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Just Received, a new Stock, among which.
will be found many new designs. A
i.argc selection at all Prices at
H. F. WICHMAN & o., Ltd.
'Home of Good Things
P A I IUI lc3 Cfeam Par!os' Candy F8C,ory'
IriLlfl Bakery and Lunch Room -
Frozen Delicacies ifor Summer
You will enjoy your meals these hot summer days If you have a froren
Most every ono can afford lo have these delicacies and fall to do so
only because it Is lots of trouble oiderhui tho Ice, milk, und other Inaredl.
entB, Then tho making disarranges the kitchen's usual routine. But this
Is not necessary. THE PALM cells lee cream, sundaes, water Ices, and frox.
en puddinns to families. It will cost you lest to buy the cold dessert from
us and It will be as noed as you would make and likely much better than
your Oriental servant could.
Ludwigsen & Jungclavs,
u.iuauuw yciu Ulir lIllliirailOUE
HI8 CALLING MPLIE8'N0 OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY,
J. C Axtell &Co, 1048-1058 Alakca
111 1UI1 OlLHl -
i ij " . .it
Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now wc can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call o.i you
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