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BVKN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II.. TUKSDAY, OCT. 2. 19IM.
Published Kvety lmy Hxcept Sunday,
J at 10 King Street. Honolulu.
J T. II., by tho
iBULIkTIN PUOLISHINQ CO.. LTD. ,
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SVALLACC R. FAItRINGTON.. Editor'
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r' the nULLLTIK VVVl ISI1INO COM' Or.
'PANY, LIUITnn, I In first duly. He handed over to the Ulatherskllo
tnorn, on mill d poses and sa)s: Unite, wlmo ngent Is the Thug?
That the following n truo and com Only one answer can he given hy
rcrt statement ut circulation for tho ' boner men and they make up tho ov
jveek ending Sept : V a ol 'the Dal- crvvhelmlng majority of the voters of
ly and weekly editions of the hven- '0aIm Th0 ralnllnlBn , ntllI Mcrjp
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Saturday. Scpt.22 . 2605 ' "c c""""t '""""c t
Monday, Srnt 21 2462!
Tueid.iy, Sept 25
Thursday, Pert 27
flld, Sent. 28 2402
Aversne dally circulation 2448
circulation o( weekly Bulletin.
Tutid.iy. Sept. 23, 10 2185
Number of weeklies delivered on
the lslnd of Hawaii alone. ...1094
combined guaranteed average
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hy O HOCKUS,
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HUKEA'S NEW FRIENDS.
The Bulletin rccogulzei In the edi
torial tollman of tlie ivcitler cer
tain pie nant Ltateinents regarding
Curtis Itukc.i ttutitro lonlcd from the
Uulletln of a prcviisis sear.
We arc not uwure thai vre have ever
sajd Innke.i wn other tlmn a gentle
man uud he his ulwuyr ln treated hj
this pnper with the courtesy duo men
bt ):is iharictcr.
Tho Bulletin U nut now and nevci
haaVbcsn a HU'ucrO.lte oraun. That
poiltlan lo left cxiluhlvel) to Iho .il
leitd "reform" org-!" which uuc'u.iy
raya Jhat Iauhvj la nil thai Is evil uud
tuo next puta'i hilo of the saint about
his crow n of glory
The Bulletin ttinds for fair piny and
Its opponent has bucked every form of
liypocrlb) "d dluhuuisty which It inn
' Inking Mr I.vukeu at tho citlmate
pvhlch his piestnt nupportcr to beat
Hrown has s'v-' It ' Jtnpousllilii that
he can propcrb fulllll tho duties ot
: Comity Bhrlfi'
vvirom tne uullelio s sian.ipoini .vir
jauuea u nm me man lor ino piste ee-
pause tne ucpuiiium eiumuato is ecientl.
jtar superior He hi occupied tho ro
tation for years unit no successful
tharco of Incapwclty Incompetence or J
lalfeasdnto In ulnre lias ever been,
troucht aealnst lilni.
We know of no man In public office
In this Termors vvlio subjected to at
tack or temptation lma carried himself
,wlth a dealer recuiJ than the present
Count Sheriff. Ills inemlcs. have
made faces at him for months and
J cars. The fact remains that the ad
ministration of the I'ullce authority
elilcleut and far bitter tlinn a novice
like Mr, Iaul.ea toiilJ cve,r hope to
lant ca'c election will merely satisfy
a petioual pite. That's nil.
BLATHERSKITE NOW AN ISSUE.
How well the Bulletin Uated the lb
rue that Is now boforo tbo voters In
ihli election is deinonstmted hy thu
, continued misrepresentation uf tho
teptiblicau campaigners lu connection
Mih tbo Anla mce'lng.
f'Tho Bla'bcrsklto Unite of the oppo-
, fit (on raises Itself lu opposition tn clW
decency as repreeemid In the He-
"S Tho boomerang efrept of such a
JfanipalEn, Is aliendy being felt by the
jiien behind It Men wlio aio not art
,fve in politics but ulwajs stand for
i'orjmon decency and honorable meth
ods ere in revolt agnlnr.t such tactics
These men may not like every Indi
vidual man on the ticket hut they will
(nd do rsfuso to be battered into n
ovv order of gutter-politics simply
Jhat a few malcontents may satlsfy
Ihclr pertonal aplte l innnufacturing
CO truths, advocating dlsreputahlo
tuetbods and cbocrim; on tho pulltlrnl
' n Anri in tho lanitiiilirii lwnv ltnliitv
. VMV V V - ' l' '' MV((n
.inade by "reformers" to discredit tho
Republican party, 11 Is to bring do
font tn Hit, whnln tlfl.it! The snnn.
; fi fers of the (innimlcn nmv dalm that
' jhny want to pick and thoo with tho
v I n.l In vImvu nl pt.rIIiiL' lhf,n wluiin
o :i" .v. ; ,
Iiiey iniiut nru fiuuii,
! 1... .., I. - ..!..-
lr) & eiu YIIU I'vu uji nm-i n yica iu
t nuer. 1001a or nam. iiiny kuow it,
l T0eir oniy vqrq is in luoung iijjb pto'
r onl' hono Is lu
I'lc. Tlic schomels njil; Iho result
Thr-y claim lo llki V. O. Smith.
They hope lor din elect Ion. Yi't they
tty to tnnkn nut thnt nn nttack upon n
mce'lnR In which lie took part docs
i.ot nncrntn tn Injure his ruoipcrt of
C T"' T1,nt, !r"c(k "my "" lo to"
lu children nnrt Idiots.
Tll I'I"''K voters of this County
irnnnoi lie ipii ns;rny uj nny (uicn unv-
(I put forward by Imlhl.Hmlt so blind
cu liv prcJuJlcu Hud spite thnt they
ImU cdliiary sense.
Individuals who hellevc thnt polltl
rnl fntor Riwg In tho most rabid llnr,
the loudest lllnlhcisklfc or his tool,
tho TIiuk hnn entirely misjudged
the charnt-Ur of Hie toting population
of Hawaii, III report travels with
1 1, VCIl.,cnKlla ,)00tlti ,mt ,ho ,otprs
l.now fiom previous experience thnt
the most lclous and contcnipilhlc
pniuuci conies irum mo secuon oi inc
rimiinunlty now nttneklnR the KcpiuV
Urantl nlih lu ,, ,yi,ocrw n,
product comes from the section of tho
lllV '""I- I tlVMITlll, 11111 (Hill
The Issue Is clear-cut,
let nwny from It.
Are oti to let our Influence and
to pi for ltepuhllinn civic decency
IMItirV Kvenlng Itullctln: Will you
please answer me a question through
On Nov. 13th. ISP!), I, In the State
or California, took out a declaration
of Intention tn become a citizen of
tho United States of America, and on
' wld date enlisted In the U. 8. Army
l" tt "'1(I'cr' ln wl,lch ' 8e"'cd lw
,,,r,n ,f 'l" y" ca5h-,tNu0W; B,t'
'''r w"Vlne; six jenrs In tho U. 8. Army
!nni I or nm I not n cltlien? And can
,1 or tun I not vote?
I A man who has Rcrvcd two enllrt
mems of three years each In the Unit
ed States Army uud can show his
honorable discharge, may go before
tho Federal courts and he given flna
pupi'M of citizenship without proving
other than his residence In the Unit
ed States for one ear previous to
application, uud hi oo.l moral chui
nctcr. He iuin.1, ho ever, do this be
fore bo can vote, and. In tho present
inse, under thu new law which went
Into effect on Kepi. 21, ho will ho tin
ii bl u to voto at the lumlng election,
r.s the spaco of ninety dayt must
elnpso between the tiling of the peti
tion and tho granting of the final pa
pers In all cases.
Kdltor Kvenlnj Uulletln: ApropoB
of tho Advertiser story nhout gamh
ling at tho Old rishmnrket yesterday,
I have nothing to sny further tlinn
this: That I recognize that lu my
kuouledgu jf tho grent game of Amer
ican Politics I am still In my swad
dling clothes; that I am not now and
hnvo not been n voter In this i-nuutry
i'iIiko the duys of the monarchy; and,
finally, that I hnve no minrrel with
iltlier Diuwu, VIda, or Chllllngwurth,
,r a of w,10m har)nr uotbn8 but
friendly feelings, veruuin hat sapl
Alexander Yonng Hotel
Absolutely fireproof, finest
cuisine, elegantly furnished
and the best of service. ;: ::
H. HERT8CHE MANAGER
HONOLULU, T. H.
One of the Greatest
Offered For Sale
A beautiful eountry residence on
which has been expended $22,500.,
consisting in part of a large bunga
low In perfect repair 100 x CO 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 ui
to sell for $7,S00. as he has no fur
ther me for the property. Terms'
Hanr, Watorliouse Trust Co,, Ui,
Corner Fort and Merchait Sts,
jOLrViifooa 7nMRb wionia.
Delegate to Congreaa
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. McCANDLESS
W. O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. 8. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W. QUINN
W. T. RAWLINS
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUGHES
Representatives Fifth District
S. P. CORREA
A. 8. 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
S. C. DWIGHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HU3TACE, JR.
8. W. LOGAN
Wnlanae and Walalua
HENRV C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
CUT OUT DOPE
IN king, China, Sept. 21. Ah a re
si.lt of tho combined recommendntlous
of the Chinese Commlsslnnera who re
el ntly mndo n lour of tho United
I States and Kuropc and Tang Shao Kl,
Ivlco president or the Hoard of Foreign
A Hairs, an edict lias been Issued or
! derlng tho nholltlon of the uso of
opium, both foreign and native, with
in n dec mlo. Tho edict atrongly con
demns tho vlie. and commands tho
Council of Stato to devlso regulations
for tho enforcement of tho law ngulnst
opium smoking and the cultivation of
flovcrnment troops have suppressed
i revival of lloxorlsm In Shnn-Hl nmv.
' ii.ee. Boxer organizations had heen
formed In several towns In Iho neigh
borhood of So Ping Km of tho same
men who participated In the uprising
Moving and Paying
Wrinkles and Old Age
Better call in at our of
fice and learn how to own
a splendid home for
Better Inquire and save
d38 FORT 8T.
"THERE'S A .REASON"
and' that Is this they will
wear just twice as long as the
Ladies Guazc Cotton, b!k, 35c
Ladies Plain Lisle, black, 50c
Ladles Silk Lisle, black, 50c
Ladies Lisle Guaze, black 50c
Count On Dissatisfied
Ones To Win For
WILL TAKE THEN TO
Meetings tonight at moiliili
and on liliha street r.
beverley kidd may
A R.ithorlns of prominent Demount
It lioiltlrlnns held nu Informal mi'cl
Iiik n hradquartoru nt Wnvorlry Hull
this morning, ilisrussliiR tho rrnlstrn
Hon situation. It wan tho unanimous
opinion or thoso present thnt n great
many of tho voters who hmt not roc
Istrrcil this J ear hnd failed to do so
"The Democrats nro rrRlsteilnR
very nicely," raid n Democratic le.iil
r. "Most of them havo reRlsteuil
nl rcaily. Tho ones who havo fulled
to do so nro disgruntled Itcpuhllcnns,
who don't want lo do ho because they
hrc so dlssatlsded with the Republi
can tiekot that they don't even want
fo vote. I lAcpert that they thluK Hint
I ) falling to rotu they nro offering a
Mirt uf it protest. However. It would
he much better If they would protest
hy voting for tho Democratic cnncll
dates. That would mako their pro
tcst8,Jusl; twlco ns effective. Wo arO
fjilng'fo try to hustle ns many of
the dissatisfied Itcpuhllcnns In the
legist ration Hoard ns wo ran. We
are ronOdcnt that Curtis lauKen, at
least, will win."
This unique explanation of lilt! sit
uation seemed to nfford the promi
nent Democrats considerable Innocent
tnllsfartlon. Certainly, If they he
tlevo thnt tho abnvo Is true, tho Keg-
Istrntlnu Hoard ought lo ho Kept very
huiiy during the next few days with
lx) t li the Itcnuhtlrnns and Democrats
hustling dcllunuent voters before It.
Tho Democrats nrc at prrtcnl ( cm
duct lug a sort of specialized mm
palgn. .holding meetings In Individual
precincts, taking one In the Fourth
ajid one In tho Kifth District each
it) Klit. at which tho riindhlntes of the
rrtstrfct in rprcTttlnn an well ns thoso
Ijinulng at larwu speal;. It Is ex
plnlneil that tho purpose In employ
ing (his incthnd of campaigning Is to
rive tho voters; n chanro In become
acquainted with the candidates.
Tonight tho Twelfth Product of tho
III (th IMstrlvt will hold u meeting on
I llllia street, below Vlneynrd. The
I'lrsl nnd tho Second I'rcclncts of the
l.ourth District will hold a Joint
meeting nlxn tonight ut tho Moiliili
Ch r cli. It wnajn Iheso precincts
that tho faniTm-l bttltlo of the giants,
It. Ilovcrley Kliltl and W. A. Kinney,
took place a few days ago. Demo
cratic politics are therefore Intense,
lr. that part of tho town, and the
fleeting Is expected to bo Interesting,
turtlcularly so. as efforts nro being
undo to hnvo Kldd mount tbo stumiv
'.All prior registrations arc null and
A bright )Oung man who wishes to
learn the hardwaro nnd general mer-
clmndjsq business. Tho right party
can muko a good position for him
self. Addrcxi, In own handwriting,
f Hnrdvvnre, I. O. nox 487, Honolulu.
A Grocery Store
Something unusual, isn't It? Staple groceries sold at bar
gain sale prices! It Is Just for this reason of extreme novelty that
we will offer several extraordinary Inducements to sea how
many alert housewives will take advantano of the opportunity. The
sale Is for one week only. Clcscs positively SATURDAY, OCT. 6.
We guarantee the freshness and, quality of the goods. The sale Is
merely an experiment and may never bo repeated. If successful,
t we may have such sales frequently. The following will not be sold
In wholesale quantities:
M. H. PRESERVES
Choicest California Fruits
Rflu'r t 25e a Jar
Alpha Salad Dressing
Regular 20c sizes SPECIAL .
Regular 35c s!z.e 8PECIAL .
a Gulden's Stuffed Queen Olives
t ' Dellcloiiafrult In 10 oz. bottles
'"Regular 35c size 8PCCIAL
Ferndale Lithia Water
Regular $1.50 a dozen SPECIAL
Algaroba Comb Honey
Regular . , , EOc
HENRY I MAY "COMPANY, LTD.,
Any woman who snfTcrB from
Cramps, Backache, Nervous er
L. . ..
sick neaaacne, poor Appetite, cos-
i tlveness or General Weakness
needs tbo Hitters tn mako her well
again. It has cured thousands In
tho past SO years. In cases of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
B'.dids drsL Try a bottle.
IS THE RECORD '
Moore Is Proud Of
Two very weak Democratic rallies
wero held lust evening In the l'jlnimt
wet Ion of the town. There were about
fifty nro.nlo nt ono nnd less ut tho other,
When u Itcpuhllcin appeared on th
outskirts of the nudlciuo tho Demo
crats expblncd thnt It was only a provl
Ono man wild no nntlco hnd been
given as the notice had been published
In tho Advertiser.
Supervisor .Moore wns one, ot the
speakers. Ho Mild he wan lu the min
ority nnd could not do anything. Ho
wanted the -voters lo send n majority
of Democratic Supervisors to tbo Hoard
so bo could do something.
He wild that ns chairman of the
Wiijh nnd Mentis Committee bo hnd
charge, of the estimates and In ovcry
lindane o be had stood for Incrcntn of
Fnlarles so that the pcojdo could 'get
moro money. On this record ho ap
pealed for more votes.
.Charlie McCarthy was nlm n speak
er. Ho criticised tho Hepuhlhans for
fnlliiro to icvlso tbo election law. Hi
forgot lo ny thnt only since the Inst
hcsslon ot Cnngtess has thcro been any
authority to mako nny revision and n
Itepubllcnn Dclegnto got tint author
ity. Registration closes on the 9th o(
POUND MASTER'S NOTICE.
Nb:!i,o Is hereby given "thnt tho mil
tnal described below Jins boon Im
pounded In tho Government pound nt
Mnltll.l. Kimn, Island of Oahu, and un
Uhh tho pound fees and cstray on, road
arc sooner satlslled, will bo sold ut thu
data hereafter named, according to
Sept. 30th, lSflii Itoan horse, white
slur on lorehcnd, with halter;
two forefeet shod; In and on left
side of tho neck and right hind
The abnvo nulmal will be sold on
Paturdiiy, Oct. 13, 1D0C, nt 12
o'clock noon, If nut called for beforo !
tho date mentioned.
WILLIAM J. KAItltATTI,
3183-31 I'oiiud Master.
NEW - TO-DAY
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents
902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS..
Mffn li;f ! fciilll If IIH P'ftliWiii
Silver C!oth Brushes
Make handsom: Useful presents for men. Sec our new
H. F. WICHMAN fy COM Ltd,,
THE ONLY HIGH-GRADE, TRESH IMPORTED CANDIC3 IN HONOLULU
AR C - il b,5.Js
received by us ex Alameda. It wno a blfi ohlpmcnt and the stock contains
a superb selection of CHOCOLATES, MAR3HMALLO"'S AND QLACC
FRUITS, In one half to five pound boxes. Theso candles nrc the STAND
ARD OF PURITY AND EXCELLENCE. You will find here a choice lino
of LOWNEY'3 and OUR HOME-MADC CANDIES.
116 IIOTCL NEAR FORT ST.
The ISLAND MEAT CO,
' . . ;-
la In a splendid position to secure for ' t
'Its patrons the very best Island meat, '
j carefully h ndlcd. Also Island Poul- . ", J
try of every description.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76.
Into the realms of Santa Claus by the
buyer of Wall, Nichols Co , Ltd., has
resulted In their bringing to Honojulu
the largect and most complete stock
of TOY8 and HOLIDAY GOODS ever
brought to the Islands. These goods
are now being opened up and the gen
eral public is Invited to call and see
Wall, Nichols Go,,
THE COBWEB CAFE,-
QUEEN and ALAKEA CT3.
TEL. MAIN 462.
-"Gamara & Go,, Props
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND HLECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
WHILE IT LASTS, GOOD
Guava Jelly, k a Lb.
FACTORY KOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
f I. li,
Ice Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
- Battery-snd Lunch Room
1 , J-JJ" "WP
FORT ST. OPP. LOVE'DLDG.
. I'" II 'I I I I Mil S
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRIN!'.
Delicious; Wholesome; Pure;
, and Satisfying.
HAWAIIAN 80DA WORKS.
Sole Agents. Phone Blue 1871.
Tnat ill men's palates are pleased
with th fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL ST3.
OP BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
French and Milk Bread .
A SPECIALTY. ALL KINDS O"
OPP08ITE CLUB STABLES.
TEL. MAIN 197,
FHESH FLOWER AND VEQETACLC
SEEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 339.
Do, your clothes need look
" Ing after? If so, leave them
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
OF ALL KiriDG.
Oealors In Lumbar and !to'
ALLEN & ""OBINSON,
QUEEN ST., :: :: HONOf.ULU.
CONTRACTOR and 8UILDCR
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING ANR
1335 Nuuanu St, below Honolulu Hotel
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