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EVENING UUU'.RTIN. MdNOMJMl. T. H.. F1UDAY. OCTY6, 190. '
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Circulation of Evening Dulletln.
Saturday, Qept.22 2605
Monday, Sept. 21 2-162
Tu3sdy, Sept. 25 2368
Thuisd-ty, Sept 27 23B0
Friday, Sept. M 2402
Average dally circulation 244.1
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
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OCT. 5. 1800.
BUNCO STEERER8' SPITE.
The Advertiser said this morning:
Isn't It time for tho people
' to turn tbo police Matlon over
to the house-cleaner?
-The .candidate, whom elm Advertiser
urges as the man to do this work Is
In November of 1901 the Advertiser
delivered Itself as IoIIowk on the gen
eral character of the gentleman It now
"laul.ea Is an unstable, vacclllat
lug man who has belonged to all
tlirco parties lu a year "ml cannot
be depended upon to move In any
ghen direction If the wind chang
es. Ho has conferee! to having
v Indelible spots on his r:nrd. Out
bis most serious fault ns u Dele
gate In Congress would bo hie
blind, unreasoning hatred of
jvhlto men and white men's meas
ures." " Now as an Intelligent voter of I!'
'valt dd you see any EOd reason why
yen should follow the advice of the
Bunco stcerers who have no confidence
Ip'laukea but merely huto Drown,
MORAN IN MASSACHUSETTS.
Hardly Jess tencatton.il than the
capture of the ,Kew York Democratic
Etttte Convention by Hearst Is tho
conlnatloa of District Attorney Moran
cf Boston' as the Democratic candidate
for Governor of Massachusetts.
'Moran butted hla way to tho fron;
in- Boston politics by the so-called
demagogue route He was au Inde
pendent candidate and bad the Hearst
clement bacltlnj. On: in a while the
big men took enough notice of him to
eay that he represented nil that -was
, bad and should not bo voted for. Col
lier's Weekly stopped nuce In Its In
dependent course to $ny. by-the-way,
that Mornn was a socialist and next
door" to-an anarchist.
They all woke up to find that he had
Blr.cc (hat time things have been
happening In the Dish let Attorney's
office, of tho city of Boston. One of
tho things that cut the Doatoucse iHf.
satisfaction to the quick was Mornti's
Investigation of. the Massachusetts
Legislature to discover bribes nnd bri
ber! lu connection with tho defeat of
the, buc!:etshup bill.
, Law-6on had cald hat votes were
bought and cold In the Mnssachuscttu
Legislature jo freely nx slinking II th
ln-'tho market. ( '
' Bostonese put their noses in tho air
and Lcorned "that fellow Lawson".
Moran wont In and found tho man
Ttho had been brlhd. nu established
the fact, of bilbery and tlio victim was
saved from jail only through- tho
speedy action of fellow legislators w'jo
got blra and othara to cover under a
law which prevents tho uso lu the
courts of evidences obtained In an In
vectlsatlnfe conralttaa of the Legisla
ture. Moran e,2ld and did other things
tnat were equally distasteful to the
corrupt though financially respectable
influences of Boston and' Massachu
setts. He started out with tho state
ment that ho wpuld not accept renom
(nation foe the office of Dlstrlc Attor
ney, Hut ho later added that he would
not refuse nomination Tor Governor
on-'tho Domoora'lc; ticket. Ho had so
tyred ;a. large following, but ho was
tJiorried b- Democratic leaders.
Moran a first, moye was to accept
tho nomination of the Prohibition par
ty for the ofllce of Governor of Massa
chusetts. He was still a candidate for
the Democratic nomination, Tho
Tho action of yesterday's conven
tion shows that tho reform forces un
der Moran had the last laugh coming.
Hearst, orlglnnlly nominated by the
Independence League, has taken tho
nomination of the New York Demo
crats. Mnrnn. first put In the field by
(ho Prohibitionists, has walked nway
with tho Gubernatorial nomination of
tho Massachusetts Democrats.
Massachusetts Is naturally a very
strong Republican State. Governor
Russell nnd Governor Douglass dem-
, onstrntrd that It can he turned.
I Mornn It fighting an entirely new
I battle under the banner of Democracy
and It has now to bo seen whether
I lie can marshal the opposition to the
Republicans under n radical banner as
i successfully ns other Democrats did
with the assistance of conservative In
terests. I The now force In American politics
is to the front. It remains to bo seen
whnt the people will do wl'h IL
NIQBTMARIS GF SPITE.
The Insistent,; with which the Aiiltu-
i workers arc trvliic toboost their cam-
I ptlgn against i Uogcy RepulJJcan onss
land a Bogey political machine Is some
I thing on tho order of the Nebraska
statesman who was making a speech
nn n question of moment. He 'closed
"In tho words of Daniel Webster,
who wrote the dictionary, 'Give me
liberty or gle me death'!"
One of his colleagues pulled nl his
coat nnd whispered: "Daniel Webster
did not write the dictionary; It was
"Noah nothing!" replied tho apeak
r. "Noah built the nrk."
It makes tin difference, to tho Ita'pifu
llcan knockers that tho clement ol
ti'ith is not in their assertion, They
think they can get It in the heads of
a certain number of voters that the
Republican (.(invention was controlled
by n mnchlnu and that machine wns
manipulated hy Ilrown.
It serves their personalsplto lo say
that Ilrown Is and was all that a ter
rible political boss can be. And there
by play upon tho ignorance of the
thoughtless who want ta-voto right
bit nro ns quick to rnlsJudReHvhat they
arc driving at as tlic Nebraska legis
lator. '. "-
Intelligent voters of this County
will not allow themselves Jto-bs misled
by tho vicious personal? camimlgn
which has no elem'-ut. of honor or de
cency In It. nor servon an honorable
pr decent cause.
Brown as the boss and Drown as
the machine is the wildest buncombe,!
which has bcromc a nightmare with
one or two Individuals, who froth at
the mouth every time Brown's name
The disreputable tactics used by
those individuals, their clear-cut
campaign of misrepresentation should
bo sufficient cause to turn honest vot
ers to staunchcr support of the
straight Republican ticket which tb
majority will certainly vote.
LET HAWAII LEAD.
Hawaii is forever taking part In con
ferences of one kind or another In
which It figures ao a secondary factor.
Is It not time for Hawaii to take the
lead In the assembling of a conference
in matters of vital importance to ev
ery sugar-producing State of the Amer
The Bulletin believes In action. The
Alexander Yonng fUtel
Absolutely flrspreof, flntat
cuisine, elegantly furnlshsd
and the bst of servUt. :: ::
J. H. 4ERT8CHE MANAOER
HONOLULU, T. H.
711 Prospect St 130.00
Cor. Hackfeld & Prospect 35.00
Nuuanu 8t, . . ,. 50.00
King 8t .' 35.00
Aloha Lane 18.00
Beretanla 8t 40-00
Beretanla St 35.00
Kaplolsnl 8t 26.25
Lunalllo St 50.00
Young 8t , 50.00
Mi) Watorhouse Trust Co,. Ltd.,
Comer Fort and Merchant Sts.
Cuban situation has brought homo to
many of our people tho certainty of
a battle which has been generally
thought of as somewhere in the Indefi
nite future, It may still be so far In
tho futuro that It will not trouble tho
leaders of the present generation, buuv
Cuban annexation Is nevertheless an
Hnwnll should be on tho fighting
line every moment to oppose every
movement toward the annexation of
Cuba, Our people should net with vig
or and Intelligence, and there Is such
rtrength In unity that n working nl
llance of all Interests of tho United
States having common cause agalrat
Cuba 'is a matter deserving most se
Tho contest ngalnst the wrecking of
American Interests In order Ihnt Cuba
may have a greater surplus of profit
can be made so effective that Congress
nnd the United States Senate will not
Hnwnll has enough nt slake to lead
tho way lu requesting n conference of
nllvinatnland Interests for the outline
of a campaign that will be Invincible.
At couple of Hawallans came to Crl
mlnalogtst Lake yesterday nftcrnoon
and complained that adulterated llq
lior was being sold nt the Asahl sa
loon, n Japanese place on King street.
They said that they had asked for
drinks of Hennessey "Three Stnr"
brandy, whereupon Iho saloon keeper
had filled a bottle bearing the Hen
nessey label, from a barrel, nnd had
glvqn them their drinks from this bot
tle. Now Lake know'that tho celebrated
Hennessey brand is only sold In bot
tles, so ho started right for tho Asahl
falcon. In his most Innocent way he
asked for n glass of Hennessey, Hut
the wily Japanese was on to Lake.
Quick ns n flash ho grabbed tho In
criminating bottle and poured Its con
tents Into the sink. Lake rushed for
him, but when he got tho bottle there
was only a very small drink left In It.
Lako sealed tho bottle nnd took it to
tho Food Commissioner, who will ana
lyze its contents. If the liquor Is
found tp be ndultcrntcd nrrcsts will
Moving and Paying
Wrinkles and Old Age
Better call In at our of
fice and liarn how to own
a splendid home for
Better Inquire and savo
938 FORT ST.
Our Fall Purchases are arriving
by every steamer, every day seeing
new goods placed on our counters.
In Drcsdcni, Plaids, Persians and. Bro
cades, In the newest weaves and de
signs, 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. Tho swellest line we've ever
Delegate to Congress
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINGWORTH
L. L. McCANDLEBS
VV, O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. 8. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
C. W. QUINN
W. T. RAWLINS
A. D. CA8TRO
JOHN A. HUGHE
- Representatives Fifth District
, 8. P. CORREA
H. N. KANIHONUI
, HW. LELEIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
i A. M. BROWN
, County Attorney
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATERHOU8E
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
. .County Auditor
W. W. HARRIS s
8. C. DWIGHT
' A.,V. GEAR
( CHARLES HU8TACE, JR.
S. W. LOGAN
Walanae and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
" ' ' M. K. LELEO
..'In .tho' trial of Ocorgo Wulnco for
murder, which was going on before
Judge Do Bolt this morning, tho lieiitu
was a prime fnctbr, causing n number
of discussions, Which rose even above
tho temperature, of tho ordinary nlr.
between, the lttornejs nnd tho Judge.
Judgo Kingsbury- suggested that It
ivould ,be advUablotto allow tho attor
neys nnd those who were required to
bo In the courtroom, to take off their
coats, but Judge JDc Holt stated that
whllo he would allow the counsel fur
tho defenso this privilege, ho would
not extend It to the others. Judge
Kingsbury did not avail himself of the
A native woman named Male Kakae,
who, had been subpoenaed by tho ile-'
lenso was brought lo, the court houcu
but, was so ill that sho was not brought
Into the courtroom and a doctor was
called. Her testimony was stated 'by
Judgo Kingsbury and was ndniJttcd by
The testimony of the morning went
mainly, to show that George Walnee,
though ho had had some little troubhi
with. his wife, had been kind to her on,
i no Hunuay wncu tne assault nau oc
turred and tint ho had ovlnccd no dc
r.lro.to take h;r life.
The com t decided that tho afternoon
session should be held In Judgo Llnd
eay'a courtroom, whero it will bo much
HISSED ITUIIS HAND
r.Kclll6r Evening Bulletin: I think t
liavo'thc'Hoiution to the puzzle. I have
been thinking it over ever since I read
In the Advertiser that Wade Warreu
Thayer Is the man who heird the natm
of VIda hissed at Walalua.
Pchonnlly I would bellcvo Kellopu
with as much alacrity as I would de
pend, on the accuracy of Wado War-
wn Th.iv,,', linnrlnf-
I tlilnk Wado Warren Thayer, when
ho heard or thought ho heard the name
of Ylda, cald within himself "kullkull"
and turned around and hissed in his
hand. That Is, put bis hand to- his
face so none could Identify 'him, and
Thereby you see he had' a hissing
match all by himself, which of course
he heard. And being somewhat umnll
himself ho' thought It was big. Thero
you nro, ain't it?
I nm suro Mr. Thayer will hiss In his
hand a long tlnio bctoro ho gets my
voto for himself or unyono else on his
Yours for Notcly and Home Uulo,
Honolulu, Oct. 5, 'OC.
WOMAN'S LIFE ON MIDWAY
Bright Story of. How Mrs, Colley,
Wife of the Cable Station Manager at
Midway, Enjoyed Herself on the Des
ert Island Will Appear in
8ATURDAY'8 BU LLETI N
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Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Assurance Co, of London.
Scottish Union A National Ins. Cs. of
Firs Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation, Ltd.
Wllhslma of Magdeburg Gsnsral Insur
Is Mpt sn tils at E,
C, DANE'S ADVER
T I 8 I N G AGENCY.
124 Sansome St., 8in Francisco, Cal.,
whare contracts for advsrtlslng can
bs mad far Ik
" Toy Shop" To Be Put
On By Miss Ma-tin
WILL BE FEATURE OF
BOARD OF MANAGER8 OF FREE
KINDERGARTEN MET THIS
MORNING WHAT IT
A children's opera on Iho same lines
ns that given for the benefit of tho
Free Kindergarten two years ago Is
lo be n feature of the holiday season
Miss Martin, who put on tho Mother
Goose opera,' Is to arrive in the city
the latter part of this month and un
der tho auspices nt and for tho benefit
of tho I'rco Kindergarten Association
will put on tho child opera "TorSliop."
Tho managers of tho Krco Kinder-.
Kartell Association met this morning
ond went over tho field of their labors.
Money Is needed. Miss Martin's work
en her previous vIsILwor a great suc
cess and most profitable to tho worthy
work in which the managers of the
Prcc Kindergarten arc engaged.
It Is tho plan now for tho "Toy
Shop" to be put on tho Inst of Novem
ber or tho first of December. It Is said
to be better than tho "Mother Gooso"
epcrn and tho costuming In Ics's'cxpen-
rive. Miss Martin will nlsb takb four
weeks in which to prepare for tho
Tho meeting this morning dealt with
figures of expense which arc Interest
ing nnd vital to tho managers. The
tost of running tho Children's Homo
generally known as tho Castle Homo,
from May to September 30' was It,
1.52.20. All this comes from the gen
.rous public and much good work U.
done. Mother Castlo gives a good
share of It nnd all tho good iieoplc
rontilbutc. The expenses of tho As
sociation .in Its general work for the
same period wero $1,060.00.
Reports from rnmmlttccs show thnt
tho schools of tho Association afe all
full nnd at the Vineyard street kinder
cartcn It was necessary to turn away
some of 'tho applicants.
Miss Miller, tho sanitary officer, re
ported Ihnt sho has made 272 dress
It gs during the pnst month, treated
18 cases of trachoma and 25 of con
Jiinclivltls. Sho has nlso organized a
class of first old to tho Injured, Dr.
Kodgcra has generously volunteered
to 'visit tho schools of the Association
once a month nnd examine and treat
all eyes that require treatment.
Reglctratlon closes on' the 9th ot
WY TO RIVE
A trial dock test of the engines at
tho Mnnchurla Is being made today,
and Captain Saunders says, thill 'cVcry
thing is working fairly well. Tho bro
ken casting has been replaced and
coaling In now going on. As soon as
this Is nnlshed the liner will be ready
No orders luivo yet been received
and it is uncertain which way the
Manchuria will go, though tho suppo
sition Is thnt, on account 'of the, Mon
golia having left for tho dry dock at
Hunter's Point, San Francisco, tho
only dry dock on tho (least capable ot
accommodating a vessel of tho sfzo of
the Mongolia and Mnnchurla, tho 'it
tcr will have to go to Nagasaki to he
repaired. Jho matter will probably
be settled today, as Captain Saunders
stated that ho expected to rocclve Ms
orders some time during tho day, ,
Illlo, Oct. 2. Chns. Lycurgus came
down from the Volcano Friday, Ho, re
ports no ralii during the fast two woeks
and woather pleasant.
Tho actions of Iho crater have been
peculiar during tho pnst few days, he
lays, and tho Volcano guide looks for
Increased activity In tho pit." fUo
smoko has decreased in amount,- Is
darker in appearance, and intermittent
In action, t
At tho same lime the steam In lhn
uulphur baths Is so much hotter than
usual us to make them uncomfortable,
Hllo, Oct. 2. A Republican ratlllca
tlon meeting was .held at Wnlakca Frl
days night, at which speohes were
mado by Prince Kalanlunnoio, S. I- Do
sha, ISbcn Low, Sam Kauhane, Chas.
Akuu, fl, V. Aflonso. J. J, McQulic
presided, A largo crowd was present
nnd tiro hlgh03t enthusiasm prevailed
A similar ratification was held at Pa
palkou Saturday evening addressed by
the above-mentioned speakers and oth
ers. aajjr-Flne Job Printing at tho Bui
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Make handsome, useful presents for men. Wo have many new ones
in great variety. See our new line of TOILET GOODS.
H. F. WlCHMAN f ';0,Ltd
THE ONLY HIGH-GRADE, FRESH
received by us ex Alameda. It was a bin shlnment and the stock contslns
a superb selection of CHOCOLATES,
i-huii, in one-nairno tivc-pounu doxcs. incse candies aro tne STAND
ARD OF PURITY AND EXCELLENCE. Yod will find here a choice lino
of LOWNEY'S and OUR HOME-MADE CANDIES.
116 HOTEL NCAR FORT ST.
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 76. FORT OT. OPP. LOVE BLDG.
Into the realms of Santa Claus by tho
buyer of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., has
resulted In their bringing to Honolulu
the largest 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 lo Invited lo call and see
Wall, Nichols Co,,
THE COBWEB CAFE,.
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 42.
5 Camara & Co,, Props
manufactured from pure' distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kswalo, Tslsphons Blue 3151.
Yeast , ,Jt'k
ALWAYS ON MAIND.
WHILE IT LA8TS, GOOD
Quava Jellyc la- Lb.
FACTORY HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
WHISKEY f x
PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTED CANDIES IN HONOLULU
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Ice Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
Bakery and Lunch Room
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRINI.
Delicious; Wholesome; Purs;
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
Sole Agents. Phone Blue 1871.
Tnst all men's palates art pltasd
with tht far served by the
Corner HOTEL and BBTHfL STS.
OF BREAD, CAKES. COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
French and Milk Breal
A SPECIALTY. ALL KINDS O
CAKBC. VIENNA BAKERY
OPPOSITE CLUB STABLES.
TEL. MAIN 107.
Has a choice collection of Baby
Clothes, Pleasant Island Mats, contain
ing human hair; nlco takes orders for
typewriting at TEN CENTB A LINE.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
8EEDS FOR 8ALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 3J.
OF ALL KINDS.
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allen & "obinson,
queen st., :: :: Honolulu.
S. ISISMI .
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING, papf.r hanging ANR
1335 Nuuanu St, below Honolulu Hotel