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EVENING tlULLKTIN. HONOLULU; T. 1!.. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 3, 1908.
Published Every liny Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street. Honolulu.
" T. H, by He
'BULLETIN PUDLISHINQ CO.. LTD.
WALLACE R. FAfWlNOTON.. Editor 1
Entered at tho Pi s ofllce at Hono
ttoluhl as second cla, 3 matter.
Payable In Advance.
rt month, anywnre In U. S..I .75
Perquartcr, miywbiro in V. 3.. 2,00
Pcryear, anywhere I B 8.00
I'cryeur, postpaid, foreign 11.00
nix tfonllm f .60
Per year, anywhere In U. S 1.00
Poryi-ur, p'ntpald, forelaii .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Country of Oahu. )
1 G. U, HOCKUH, Uuslness Manager
n the UULLET1N PU1IL1HIIINO COM
PANY, hl.MITEU, belli first duly
rworn, on cyith ilcpiuen nud' a:
That tho fothinlng Is a true and cor
i reel statement of circulation for the
week ending Sept. 2. VJOfi, of tho Dab
ly and. weekly editions of tho Even
Clrculatlon of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, bcpt.22 2605
Monday, Oept.24 2462
Tueotlay, Sept. S3 2368
Wcilnetd y,8rpL 20 247B
Thursday, Sept. 2? 2380
CrlUsy, Sept. JC 2402
Average dally circulation 2443
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 1806 485
Number of vcklle delivered on
- the htand of Hawaii alone.
combined guaranteed average
circulation .' IDttH ,
BULLETIN I 11 MHIIINU CO, LTD.
y a ,i,,'. ;,.,
CUilnei Manager. J
rilb.urll.ed and orn to be. .
ioro me ibis ::&ih day ot
ISKALJ .Hepleiiibtl, A. D. 190C.
r. i BUHNKTTK.
Notary Public. 11m Judicial Circuit.
Ally person who refuse 'to register
because lit I: dissuted with things In
Central and does not want to vole Is
'jutt hii ordinary dinml fool.
Possibly the Grand Jury ran be
mrsed lulu a putlttal body, hut suet
a raotc will dujraco the record of men
ho have usually commanded the re
spect of Hawall'6 citizens of character.
What an exhibition tho "reformer"
Is making when talking ot Drown'
treachery to tho Hcpubllcun party. Frc
qucatly people become so angry that
the ljypoi-flsy if tlicli iBIiitler betunics
Bupchlsor Moore appeared at i
Democratic precinct m.eilng the other
night and boasted that iih the head of
the County Ways and Means Commit
tee he hud voted for Increased salaries
At tho Utett incetlni; of the Hoard ot
Supervisors he talked iionoray. Per
hups Moore can make tliso ussrrtlotu
dovetail but he can tnku tt for granted
that few people can nte for candidates
.who liavo one nroinln; for Palama vut
trs and another tor the 3 on tho other
ide of Fort otreeL
ACTION ON CUBAN ANNEXATION.
President llcosevolrn s'ateir.ent that
the troops of the United States will ro-1
team In Cuba only to long as Is neccv
wry to place the nOpubu 's guvemmeut
again on Its feet will bo rcissurtng to
persons who have felt that, Cuban an
nexation was about to bo served up with
the evening meal in tho Immediate
The latest declared policy of tho ad
Uilnlstnulcm Is In Una with Us pre
vious Cuban record and does not con
flict with the utterance of Secretary i
Root, In assurfnc the South American
'tcpuh'lfcs that our country has no de
signs upon their dependence.
', Hawaii, however, and tho mainland
Interests that arc ,otnnion with ours
should not accept thin statement of tho
Presldeut as the clonal for dropping
facl: to the auclect collry of Indllfer
fnce toward Cuba.
' Heretofore the sencrnl ;irogrum has
Ceen .to deal with L'uUn anneviitlon
when It became a live l.isue. Meanwhile
Cuban hnncxutlonlsts, who Include
mlfjhty powerful men, go on with their
fot: liulitly and without opposition.
They ero masking their butteries while
thtlc 'opponents uru asleep.
H'b'eu Hnnexatliiii' Iutouici. an Im
pt'ed,Ute Isauo, Hawaii Is likely to find
that' everything has been done and all
lhat reuIJilni is to touch the match to
fte magazlrv that will blow our op
( Jb'ltlon Into smithereens.
' Hawaii should not depend upon ona
man Id flsht its battles In Washington
' TCo Incldeuls of lho past few wecU
have' been n eye, opener to tho uu
Ihlnkiug They rieaionltrate fhat our
itopls should bo constantly on their
iuavjl. TheyiprO'o itml there ,aro pow
erful Influences at work for Cubnu an
nexation, Trfle there are powerful lulliienccs to
qpppso Cuban anntxutlon but they will
Jiot amount to much If they are not
Combined nnd brought to bear. t
What Hawaii needs i3 one hundred
tcr cent more geMip-and-gct- with a
good fclzod' delegation on tho ground at'
the center of events to incessuntly draw
Attention lo the amount of wreckage
Cuban uuiioxutlnu can bring ubout.
if: It should not bo Butllclent for Hawaii
'jjjat some big mau in Wushlugtou telN
The spite campaign against Drown which tir-fogs the "mind" of the morn
ing p-jper goes on at the usual rate, 'lho fog In Intensified by every utterance
of the paper regarding lauken, the candidate put up to oppmo Sheriff Drown
If lanVon was what the morning p.iper snld ho was n short time ago, he
certainly Is not the man for Sheriff.
It the mornltig paper's opinion Is guided solely by personal unite nh'l
prejudice then Its counsel Is not of A echaractcr to nttrncl favor fiom honest
The exhibit with It latest addltlonfoltows:
Krmn Hawaiian Gazette (seml-weekly
edltlun of the Advertiser) of Noy
tnukea Is nn unstable, varclllatlng
man who ha belonged to nil three
parties In a year and cannot bo de
pended upon to move In any given po
litical illrwllon If the wind changed.
He has cwfcswd to having Indelible ,
spois on nifl return, inu ma wuai nv
rliun fault ns u Delegate In Congress
would bo his blind, unreasoning hatred
of white men and while men's meas
ure.)." j Johnny Jones or his sister Sue that .
there Is no danger of Cuba being Inkeiil
in lor mo ncxi genurauuu.
Our people Hhould ho light up In thu
Iront rank of the fighting force that'
will prevent Cuba from being taken In
to tho union If nn array of facts and tin
appeal to tho common senso nnd Jus
tice 6f tho American people can .con
llnwnll will lpnrn sooner or later
1 hut to get results It people must be
no nnd ilnlllL'."
ti. linllriln liiituxi Unit Hits lesson
w , COIno , tlle form of a tcrrbc
defeat which might have been headed
off )y ft (lmcy w(e nwak(. Amcrlcna
I'lv "t Incessant nctlon ngalnst an
DMNii SPITE AND LIES.
Dmau orllb Aau L,M'
iu0 irutu OI lI,e niaiicr it inui. nm
-iwns not hlsseii at the Aula rany wiiii
which the Itepuuilcan campaign was
opened, nor was he at Walalua as stat
ed by the morning paper, nor who
Vlda's name brought out' by Kalclopu
at a Walalua meeting. .
The organ of tho lllatbersklto Unite
maj turn whlchcver'Vay It sees fit,
the facts magnify the" absolute lack ot
truth in Its assertions.'-'"
What though tho Btitletln did not
happen to Include Vldii In the list ot
those present at tho Aala rally?
What ot IL, If the U'Ofein did not
mention tho speech msdo by Vlda or
any other of tho numerous candidates
who nppcared on the platform nt Sat
urday cvcnlng'M successful rally?
That docs not belittle tho fact that
tho morning paper lied regarding the
character of tho meeting.
Lied regarding Vlda nt Aala, nnd
Lied regarding Vlda at Walalua.
If It b! urnnicd that Vlda Is all the
morning paper' nays ho-Is, ho would!
then be one hundred per cent better!
than the hypocrite parading under the
cloak, of "reform" and bolstering its
blind spite campaign with nbsolute mis.
Honest opposition commands respect I
nnd Is oven ultractlvo nt times.
Honest men hnve only one response
for the campaign of- the Dlalherskltc
Alexander Song flstel
Absolutely- fireproof, finest
cuisine, elegantly furnished
and the best of service. :: ::
H. HERTSCHE. ..... .MANAGER
HONOLULU, T. H.
v W&' liNuwf .-tMluc Aumi
One of the Greatest
Offered For Sale
A yV-VT tiaSK Tanla Monn.
A besutlful country residence on ..,,.- ,u
which has been expanded $22,S00., Wear just tWiCC as lotlg as the
consisting in part of a large bungs- ordinarv
low In perfect repair 100x60 ft., eon-,'"""" '
talnlng entrance lanal 30x40 ft., Ilv.j
Ing room and 23x40 ft., dining-room, I
kitchen, pantry, eight eleeplng rooms LadlCS GuaZC Cotton, blk, 35c
and two bath-rooms, with all eonve. ....-
nlences; also, Guest Cottage and eer- Ladies rlain LlSIC, DUCK, 50c
rorV.U.Vrr.,,..t,,,hedf.n. 'AS Ladies Silk Lisle, black, 50c
211': J&.TVL 1" !fid,"8. Ladies Lisle Guazc, bfack 50c
ther use for the proberty, Terms
Henri Waterhousi Trust Co,, Ltd..
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
From Advertiser, Oct, 2, '001
As the Democrats have named trust'
cd men for tho posts to which Drown
jV(U nnil (il,.,r n9prc, u,oy ,avo reasou
l0 crpoct enough ltepubllcnns votes to
IKriini Advertiser, Sept. 2.", '0G
"Notiody ever mado any serious
chargo against Ourlls lauken but him-
scIf nnd )l0 uutau'L prove It,
From Advertiser of Sept. IS, '00.1
"Mr, Iniikri has the respect t the
community, has tilled position ol
trust In the Government, to the sat
isfaction of everyone and has had In
the past some very Important missions
The Drlllsh cablcshlp Hestorcr re
turned this morning from Midway,
whlihor she went to help tho Mongo
lia. Tho liner was off beforo the Ko
storcr arrived, the latter vessel pass
ing tho passenger ship on'her way out.
The cabloshlp, however, continued on
Lor wny to Midway, to land tho stores
sho was taking for tho 'station there
Slid to bring hack Mr. Ward of lho
Commercial Paclllo Cable Co., who
had remained on tho Island, and Sta
tion Superintendent Coollcy nnd his
wife, who como to. Honolulu for n brief
vncatlon from their lonely post out In
Tho Hestorcr reached Midway at
JO o'clock Tuesday and Immediately
went to work unloading her stores for
tho station. Young Drothcrs' launch,
Drothcrs, was lowered and it and all
tho boats of tho cablcshlp were busy
I. lying back and forth, each boat mak-
Moving and Paying
Wrinkles and Old Age
Better call In at our of
fice and learn how to own
a splendid homo for
S38 FORT 8T.
and' that is this thev will
Delegate to Congress
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. McCANDLESS
W. O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. S. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W. QUINIM
W. T, RAWLINS
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUGHES
Representatives Fifth District
. 8. P. CORREA
A. 8. KALEIOPU
' H. N. KANIHONUI
H. W. LELEIWI '
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATERHOUSC
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIS
8. C. DWIGHT
CHARLES HUSTACE, JR.
8. W. LOGAN
Walanae and Walalua
HENRY C. V DA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
lug four trips: Before the work --'
completed, -however, n breeco camo
up which raised h bad sea. nnd It wnB I
necessary to pick' up tho launch and
stand out away from tho reef. There
,Aasno tlmo even to tnko on board,
Mr, Ward, It continued to blow, nnd
for 30 hours tho Hestorcr was unable
fp get back. Ah noon nu possible1 sho
returned and finished up her work
and look her passengers off. They
had n dlrtytlmo getting off, too. It
tins raining and hailing nnd tho wind
wan blowing Wd. When tho lifeboat
with tho paitsongers Inilt reached tho
ship thcro wasVboiit a foot of watui
sTho Oovprnmont had nt Midway
four great logs weighing about five
Urns each, which llie Restorer was to
,'rlng back with her. She Hiii'cccdd
in getting two o( these, hut was oblig
ed to sail without folding tho other
Vfrlcnccd coming back, but tho crow
onmo.in inis morning prcuy won urcu
out, and very glad to In back In port.
Tho Restorer takes (ho berth vaca
ted this morning by lho Alamodn,
Vbero sho will unload (lie machinery
(nd wrecking gear wit i which her
decks nro littered. Yomg Druthers,'
launch Is also fo hn unoaded. Thlu
launch proved seaworthy at Midway,
Bit drew too much water to bo of
n'liich service, especially hn thcro woh
tio ono thcro who knew' the chnnucl
tor her. i
Tho Kcstnrcu'H furtlier1 mnvcinentH
arc uncerlaln. as. no ordfra havo yet
A Grocery Store
Something unusual, isn't It? Staple groceries sold at bar-
'gsln sale prices! It Is just for this reason of extreme novelty that
wo will offer several extraordinary inducements to see how
many alert housewives will take advantage of the opportunity. The
sale Is for one weekf only. Closes positively SATURDAY, OCT. 6.
We guarantee the freshness and quality of the goods. The sale Is
v merely an experiment 'and may never be repeated. If successful,
we may have such sales frequently. The following will not be sold
In wholesale quantities:
M. H. PRESERVES
Choicest California Fruits
16-or. jars , v
Regular 25c a Jar
SPECIAL ...; 15i
Alpha Salad Dressing
Regular 20c sizes SPECIAL
Regular 35c sizes SPECIAL
Gulden's Stuffed Queen Olives
Dcll'ciouo fruit In 40-oz, bottles
Regular 35c size SPECIAL 20
Ferndale Lithia Water
, Pint bottles
Regular $1.00 a dozen SPECIAL ;. $1.20
Algaroba Comb Honey
One pound frames
Regular , "20c
HENRY MAY MIOMPANY, LTD.;
apt (Sa U&:' i &,? kf!tvEL '4ui
a JsaaaaaV -j-Baaaaaaaaaaw"&
I BBi SliBff-Lltt,nuiaUM4XKa
MR, OZIAL ROUNDS.
A Resident of Wolland
Finds Relief in P'c-ru-na.
SUFFERED 15 YEARS.
Mr.Oslal Hounds, Welland, Out., a
retired lumberman and a resident of
Welland for half a century, writes! ,
"For fifteen years prior to I90O I
wmh msutferer from hmy asthma and
chronic diarrhea. I grew weak and
emaciated and was, tortured with In'
"I was treated by eminent physicians
but, if anything, was worse than ever.
In fact, I was In os mlserablo a condi
tion as a man could bo, a
y"However, I chanced to try Peruna
mrnt nntleril an Imnrovemcnt. Thut
I encouraged, I continued, andaftcr talc
lag several Domes ot your prccioum
Peruna, I was entirely well anil a
wonder to myself and friends.
h V' ''hgVesu.f'rom
, ma ()f necdlc
.,'.,.,, .... u, dui,t of Its
"" - --
fllcuoy In the treatment of younger
For special directions everyone
shguld read "The Ills of Llfe,7a copy
of which surrounds each bottle, Pe
runa lo for sale by the following, drug
diets and will supply the retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, 'Smith
& Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
W. I). MIDI IS
A wireless telegram was received
today anniiiinriiiR tho dcnUi- of V. I.
Hchmldmt the Hllo Hospltnl hist Sat
unlay. Tho deieuHid, who wn n bro
ther of former CotiKiil II. W. Schmidt,
niio employed ns bookkeeper on tho
Knkalati plantnllon In Hainakiin. Ilu
camq lo tho Islands from Germany
n great many years ago. Tho funerul
tcol; place nt Hllo last Sunday with
been received for her.
The only casunlty during tho lie
Hlorer's voyngo wna tho loca of two
lingers by n Japanese nallor, whu got
mlxnl up with u winch.
Tho lroiiols was at Mldwny when
lho Itctdorcr urrlvcd, but left the samo
CREAM PURE R
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
902404 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 303.. ','
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
Silver Cloth Brushes
Make handsome, useful presents for men.- Wo have many new ones
In great variety. See our new line of TOILET G00D8.
H. F. WICHMAN v CO,, Ltd,,
THE ONLY HIQHORADE, FRESH IMPORTED CANDIES IN HONOLULU
received by us ex Alameda. It was a bin shipment and the stock contains
a'cuperb selection of CHOCOLATES. MARCHMALLOWQ AND GLACE
FRUITS, In one-half to five-pound boxes. Thcso candies are the STAND
ARD OF PURITY AND EXCELLENCE. You will find here a choice lino
of LOWNEY'S and OUR HOME-MADE CANDIES.
110 HOTEL NEAR FORT QT.
The ISLAND MEAT CO;
' is In a splendid position to secure for
Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poul-
' try of, every description.
TELEPHONE MAIN 70.
Into the realms of Santa Claus by the
buyer of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., has
resulted in their bringing to Honolulu
the largest and most complete stock
of TOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS ever
brought to the Islands, These goods
nre now bc(ng opened up and the gen.
cral public Is Invited to pall and see
Waif, Nichols Go,.
.THE COBWEB CAFE,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 432.
5 Camara & Co,, Props
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo, Telephone Blue 3151.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
J. I. Levy tfe BT hi
WHILE IT LASTS, GOOD
Quava Jelly, 6c a Lb.
FACTORY..... .w. HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE' 1411." ' -
Ice Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
- Balcery-antl Lunch Doom
FORT ST. OPP. LOVE BLDO.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRIN!'.
. Delicious; Wholesome; Pure;
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
Sole Agents. Phone Blue 1871.
Tnat ill men's palates ara pirated
with the fare served by the
4 FAVORITE GROTTO
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL ST8.
OF BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
French and Milk Bread
A 8PECIALTY. ALL KINDS O"
OPPOSITE CLUB 8TABLES.
TEL. MAIN 197.
FHC8H FLOWER AND VEQETACLC
8EED3 FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M.Jaylor
TEL. MAIN 3S0.
Do your clothes need look
ing after? If so, leave them
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dialers In Lumber and Ccd
QUEEN 8T., it
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING. PAPER HANQINQ ANfJ
1335 Nuuanu St., below Honolulu Hotel