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KVENINO BULLETIN.' HONOLULU, T. H. THimSDAY, OCT, 4. 190.
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Monday, Ocpl SI 2462
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Friday, Sept. 2,1 202
Avcryito dally circulation .... 2443
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
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Notnry Public. Llrut Judicial Circuit.
iitmjDAY . oc r. i, iauo.
THAT " BOSS " BUNCOMBE.
Tio latest invention of tho political
"rilnd" centered on wpcklni: the Ile-
lubllcan part In the County of Oahu
't that the convention of Oahu County
ttcpyb,lleans was a "boacd" affair.
Ttls assertion goes mi that old list
U things "Important If Tuie."
Who "bossed" that rouvi'iitlonl
Vbo Is the Individual vho put tho
Utoth on th tree and Independent
utterances of the Hepuiillcnn citizens
in that convention or In ilio primaries
prcIoti3 to It"
Where doei h 11 nnil what man
tier or man Is he?
v What man was prow mod from hn
log bis my at tht prlmirlis? .
What Individual otor of Hit Itcpuli-
lican partj was refuse I nn opportu-
f nit to she full und free cxprewdoii
J to tho sentiments that were in him
! tsalnst an alleged ' bon"?
Or, where is tba man who, hnlng
I 'an oppcrtuult, was Juggled nut of a
fair vote ana an honcl (ouut by thin
Bogey Man the ' host" or any of bis
I( the ' boss" In local politics exists,
, be must bo of flesh Rud blood and cor
I , tain! be should bo trotted nut so that
I everyono ma lnow aim.
j There was not a precinct primary
during the Ux Hcpubllcnn election In
.which there was the illi!htcnt iffort to
bulldoze or head off a fieo ballot and
sn honest count
There was nn a prtclnct meeting
In which ever kicker wan not allowed
to vojee his scntlmcntn to tho full ex
tent of the Parliamentary rope, and
thereby take with hlrn ull the oters he
There never ha.i been In the County
of Oahu a primary election where
there was better opportunity for tho
otera of, the party to sond such mmi
ae the) considered best In tho couvea
', 'tlons. rur'hermore, after 'bis latest
prjmary oWy proie&tnnt was given a
fair hearing and tbe division reached
fin the merits of the attention, unlnflu
itneed by factionalism or prejudice.
As for members of trm police force
viir tbe road gangs Ulint racmberH of
rthe Itepubltcan convention, is this the
first time that members of the polite
.force and workers on the road have.
frat In Republican conventions?
yj'llas ft been tho culom or consld
,elcd' right, during the diys when the
Republican party vas supposedly
Jgcod, to dlstranchlsa a mumber of
jtbc r0"0 force or a worker on he
itdmUiant because he occupied a post
'tion as au employs'
i Have these mon evft been told by
Ohosa who nor ra a" crlticr of the
"Iltepubllcan party thtit It Is Improper
ffor them to appnr u nominating con
tentions? Ja t not fact (hat thy hut a been
VeIeatedlr urged by tboso now com
"rlnlning, to "get in and vork"? (
f JJ1(J thete aplto-woikrrt clalralnc
Tto bo Herublicans and iiIko rlalmiug
to,bD Jpr good governcent blle adop.
Wng tho lowest tac ic3 known to poll
vtJes protest 8galut tho notplnatlon
fi these County emploe i their sev
(cial home precincts?
ItWere there oppo.ltlon tickets fi
jup by present "leformors" to demon
.rfjru'te the protest of the pcoplu in Ihe
,' ,lhcro as not, nnd Hip know It!
v.'dovornor Carter, It la true, publish
fed a letter In which hu Intimated that
ISheilff lliovvu wan somrUiIng of a po
Ultlcal boss. He has it right (o IiIh
opinion, but the people know, that
Drown cannot nnd never could hold a
candlo to the boss methods that were
In oguo when Mr. Carter was a part
of tho organization.
Hut Carter is not among tho Kickers
now. lie has said that be believes tbe
Rtralcht ttcktt will bo elected, He
pin) 3 nn honest and honorable game
IIo ntnde III' protest nccordlng to Ms
convictions nt tho time when protests
should bo made, nnd accepted tho ma
jorit sentiment of tho party.
Perhaps some of the sicnnd thought
knockers wilt say they did not go Into
tho procliiit pilniary contests becauso
"everything was llxed" and "It was
no use" Tlitso are the usual excuses
of our fellow citizens vlio think the)
aio "being like Hoosevelt" or someone
else In the Stales whtu they tnlk about
lllil' (leililtlltv ill UH iiinurn
Such argumints are so utterly weak
Hint thei liesncnk a very low order of
' cltUcnihln Certainly not tho class
cf Lblzenshlp (bat Is so lunch talked
of by the mm who uso them. They
nro not arguments.
Such statements nfe niado by per
rons wlio would oxcuso themuches for
their own lark of ilvlc activity, or who
'would Intentionally misrepresent true
Tnklng these "rcfo.mcrs" at their
word, what good nro I hey likely to ac
complish in a general fight at tho polls,
If the wire so powcrloss to sway tho
primaries which were not "fixed" li
Ihe "bosses", dcsplto what the thought.
less ones or tbo liars sav,
Tho nndt rl Ing principle of Repub
licanism has been Hint honor Hi po
litical action Is ns highly prlz"d as In
my other walk of life
It is not honorable, It Is not fair. It
it, not nny part of Justice for men who
did nothing In the primaries, who
mado nn energetic, honest fight to ov
erthrow this Ilogcy-Mnn of n "boss",
to njw come to the front with tho
whining chargo that snmeono "bossed"
the thing and consensu ntl they nro
privileged lo p!a the gnma of ancient
Homo Itulelsm of being all things lo
all men, and true to nothing but their
Common honesty Is applied by hon
est men to political work. The men
calling thinisolves "reformers" have
not thus far shown that they under
stand bow It Is applied. At all events,
the knoclars of tbe Republican ton
tcntlon nnd.lt nominees arc not fol
lowing a course thai allajs prejudice.
jur uplifts political methods, or guar-
Llliues tut; eitttion in mu uent men in
No hpocrllc can hldo-hls truo char
nctcr by raising a falso'cry against
"bossec." ' .
MOORE GOT $1MM
Editor Kvenlng Ilullctin: May I ask
space In your paper to make the fol
The head lines In your paper of Oc
tober 3rd over tho. report of tbo meet
ing of the Hoard of Supervisors Is, to
sa tho least, misleading. As a mem
ber ot tho Committee on Wiis nni.
.Means, I wish In say that I called on
tho Auditor of the Territory and se
cured Irom him an cxttn allowance of
l0,tH)0 In order that the Roard might
mako tho necessary allowance for Iho
work to b continued on the'rnnds and
thereby keep all walkers employed.
This was nil arranged licfuru tho
Iloaul was called to order on Tuesday
evening, and not nfter nny tall: made
by Supervisor Lucas.
II. T, MOORH,
Member Committee on Ways nnd
Honolulu, Oct. I, 'm;.
Alexander Voong ifetel
Absolutely fireproof, finest ,
cuisine, elegantly furnished
and the best of service. :: ::
J. 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 60 ft , con
taining entrance Ianalt30x40 ft., liv
ing room and 23x40 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 seashore, set with fine trees
and plants. The owner has told us
to sell for $7,500. as he hae no fur
ther use for the property, Terms
Henr) Watorhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
.A jV- v' troeft MM uo
itffi' fSSSm "'
The fourth District and the I'lfth
Dlstrlc' subcommittees met at the
ltcpublUan hcidquartcra last night to
dlscusV campaign arrangements, and
slowly the Republican Colofsus is get
ting Into tho stride which it will con
tinue with constantl) Increasing force
until the day of election.
The Kourth District will hno Its
first regular campaign meeting next
Saturday night nt the corner of South
street nnd Knvvalahao lane, where II o
candidates from the fourth will hold
forth. On the same night sonio of the
candidates who aro running at large
will go to Walalua to hold n meeting
During next week the regular round-
Kho Island tour will bo undertaken by
some of the candidates, who will de
vote several days to the trip, stopping
nt the moat Important points to ad
dress the voters. There will also be
several general meetings both In tho
ronrtli and Plfth District during the
The Democrats will hold no more
precinct meetings, such as they have
1 ere'oforc been holding every night In
both districts. They nro now making
picparatlontt for their rntiflcntlon
meeting at Aala Park for Salurdty
pli;bt. T(irl order of the speakers wilt
to as follows: C. J. McCarthy (can
didate for Smator), P. V. Weed (Rep
resentatives, Fourth,), V. W. Thacr
(County Attorney), Daniel Kamahn
(Representative, fifth,) , II. I'. Moore
iHuporvlfor, Honolulu,), David L. Ka
balcanhu (Representative, Plflh,), R.
H. Trent (Treasurer), JM. Like (Hi p
icaentntho, lllth,), C. II. Drond (Sen
ritor), Chas. II, Roto (Auditor), I',
R. Harvey (Supervisor nt-t.nrgc), M.
A. Sllvn (Representative, fourth), C.
P Iaukcn (Sheriff), V. P. JarreU
(Deputy Sheriff), Tims. Dandall (Si
pcrvlsor, Honolulu,), Manic) (1, K.
Hopkins (Clerk). J. J. fern (Supervi
sor, Honolulu,), IM. W. Ingham (Hep
rcscntative, fourth,), J. Klaknhl (Rep
resentative, fourth,), Mosch Patau
llteprescutntlte, fourth,), S. K. Hut
(Itcpresentnltvc, fifth, Wnlnnne.), Ka
liloua Apunkeliaii (Representative,
Kit Hi, l-alc), S. K. Mahoc (Represent
nthe, nilli, Walalua.).
W. A. KInnc will wind up tbo meet
ing with nn address.
Tho Democrats have adopted tbo
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
938 FORT ST.
NEW GOODS ! !
Our Fall purchases of are arriving
ty very steamer, every day seeing
new goods placed on our, counters.
In Dresdens, Plaids, Persians and Bro
cades, In the newest weaves and de
eigne, from 1-4 to 11 Inches wide.
In match sets of Edge and Insertion
In both Nainsook and Swiss, with All
overs to match.
of the latest materials, comprising
flowered Voiles, Eollennes, Grena
dines, Organdies, Mulls and Swisses,
sheer and dainty, and only one of each
pattern. The swellest line we've ever
i Delegate to Congress
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. McCANOLESS
W. O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. S. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W. QUINN
W. T. RAW1IN8
A. O. 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. WATERHOU8E
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIS
S. C. DWIGHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HUSTACE, JR.
i . 8. W. LOGAN
Walanae and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
', M, K. LELEO
rcnslble rule nf limiting their speeches
o six minutes, so ns to avoid tiring
Ihclr audlcnecs with long winded ha
rangues. The Portuguese baud will
rren (he meeting with music from
K:;i0 until 7:30 p. m, after iwlilch n
tiring band will fill tip tho Interludes.
Tho Democrats Intend to hold sev
eral general meetings next week, but
will reserve their greatest efforts In
the last thrcc'iAvcekB of tho election,
during wlilclmho round the island tour
pf their candidates will be mado,
Men of Wisconsin
Tho, congregation of n Hardshell
negro Uapllst church down In Loulsi
una would look like n lot of shcttvd
ghosts alongside the crew of 'tbo Wis
ronsln today. Tho ordinary plain
American coon, of tbo common or gar
den variety, would appear pale nnd
sickly contrasted with a seaman ot the
Tho Wisconsin Is taking on coil. It
la not a clean process. Hut It Is notos
vary. And over body on board tho ship
takes sonio put In it. It Is pari of the
naval regulations that ever) ono at
tached to a naval vessel must be
aboard when coaling Is being done,
and do his share of tho work. .,
Coaling nowadays Is not. tho same
tedious process that It used to bo In
tho Navy. At ono tlmo It would have
taken nearly a week to take aboard the
COO tons of eoal that tho Wisconsin
takes from this port. Tho work com
mencod nt 5 o'clock this morning and
vtns practical!) completed, at noon
Coaling Is mado a regular drill abourd
a battleship, tho samo as gun praetlco
11 ro drill and such things. Tho crow is
divided Into sections and each section
has Its own work to do. The result la
that tho coal gets aboard faster than
would vcr bnvo been dreamed ot a
few years ago, beforo tho Naval De
partment began to take so much Inter
est In coaling nnd boiler tests. '
Tho men working on tho dock and
Iho ship today secmod to like It. The)
went nt tho work as If It were play
Ami when a gang of them got through
they .didn't stop to tako their clothes
oft. They simply took a running start
and dived off tho wharf Into tho water
They went over singly and In pairs, In
aquads of six or a dozen. They turned
nipflops and back "summersets" and
ducked each other altogether making
tho solemn, dignified, serious little
Japaneso on the neighboring Ancgana
wonder If theso wero really tho men
who claimed to bo tho finest body of
lighting men In tho world
The Federal Urand Jury will com
mence its work on tho criminal caBca
lor tbo October term ot Judgo Dola'n
court on next Monday. Thero aro a
number ot small criminal cases which
will cotno up but none ot any great
Importance, tho most BorloiB being
that ot a postofllco robbery on Main
In this case, however, the two men
under arrest htvo both confessed anil
(hero will bo llttlo trouble on this uc
count. Tho list of men on tho grand
Jury will not be known till Monday,
The annual meeting ot the Associa
tion Football Lenguo will be hold at
tho rooms ot tho Scottish Tblstlo Club;
tonight at 8 o'clock.
Tho libel of the Commercial Paclllc
Cable Company on tic Manchuria was
released this morning b) the filing ot
a bond for $310,000 by Hnckfcld & Co
on the part of tbo Pacific Mall. The
unusual fc.tttiro presented Is tho llllng
of a bond for ho small an nmount and
n I bo the fact that there Is no security
Tho settlement Is evidently tho result
of tho nrrlval ot Itcncrnl Manager Ward
of tho Cable Company. In tho regular
course of events the Pacific Mall would
have to put up a bond with securities
for $000,000 before the steamer would
bo released but under nn agreement be
tween tho two companies the cours;
stated wnrf followed.
Probably ono reason for tho fart that
no bond was Illcd Is that a bond for su
large mi amount. It furnished by a suro
ty company, would be excessive In cost
Soma agreement hns probably been
reached by the two tompanles th it tbe
nmount which the Cable company Is
entitled to for the services of tho Re
storer sbati bo settled through n
friendly suit In the courts without
undergoing any unnecessary expense
Tho Kourth District committeemen,
who foregathered at tho Republican
U-ailiptartcra last night, were nblo to
report that considerable progress had
been made in thu matter of making
the voters In their precinct register,
fach committeeman reported on thu
number of voters In each precinct who
had registered up to !) a. m. esterday
and also furnished an estimated figure
showing tho number of voters who
were still to be registered. Thebo fig
Dies wero ns follows:
Precincts. Registered. Registered.
1 207 "120
2 221 . 115
3 21.1 100
I 193 100
E .103 100
6 309 150 t
7 219 100 f
8 200 60
9 208 200 ,
10 37 15
In the Fifth District tho precincts
made the following showing of voters
who had registered up to 9 a. lit.
1st Precinct 173
2d I'icclnet 22.1
3d Product 231
Ith Precinct 113
Dtli Precinct 83
6th Pretlnct 350
7th Prednet 2C3
Sth Prcelnct 2C0
9th Precinct 7.77
10th Precinct 102
11th Precinct 113
12th Precinct 333
13th Prcelnct 10S
Headquarters reported this forenoon
that during tbe Hoard sessions ot last
night nnd this morning 130 voters reg
istered in tho Fourth and 85 In the
Tho play to be given by tbo men ot
the battleship Wisconsin will rbo pte-
kcnicd tit tno urpneum Friday nignt in
stead ot nt tho Young hotel us first mi
noiinccd. Tho men aro making great
irepajntlons foi tho event, which is to
be the last appcaranco of tho ship's
dramatic club. .
The Piomotton Committee will hold
a meeting at 3:30 o'clock this uflcr
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co.
The Koliala Sugar Co,
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St, Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The Mew England Lift Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
M. W, McCHESNEY & 80N8,
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resulted In their bringing to Honolulu
tho largest and most complete stock
of TOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS ever
brought to the Islands. These goods
are now being opened up and the gen
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I TEL. MAIN 402.
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WHILE IT LAST8, GOOD
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MRS KEARN'S '
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'PHONE BLUE 1411.
Ice Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
Bakery and Lunch Koom
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French and Milk BreaJ
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