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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H . MONDAY. OCT. 8. 106
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Tuesday, Oct. 2 2368
Wednesday, Oct. 3 2438
Thursday, Oct. 4 2379
Trlday, Oct S 2382
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MONDAY. .OCT. 8. IlWu
STAND BY PRINCIPLE.
There Is no doubt that the Hawaii
an American quoted In Saturday 's Is
i tic of tills paper expressed a senll
ment common among his people.
He clalniH that tbu HnwnllaiiB were
first callid upon to Ktitud by tho party
and vote straight he-causo that was
the American way and the best nay
to Improto conditions In Hawaii.
Now those who were, among the
loudest In urging political honesty
have"broken faltli and uru trjlng to
convince Ilnwdlluus that personality
Is more Iraportunt than party or prin
ciple. That there are desertions from prin
ciple by those who should know bet
ter Is true.
'But that should not caiiko the Hawaiian-American
to dsert principle
or party. He should demonstrate, as
he bus on moru than ono occnRlon,
that bo will not bo misled b) etery
l evolutionary preacher that comes
along. Ho slkotild prat a that he Knows
treachery when be sees It uud stead
fastly refiiHo to be lid Into any such
DEMOCRATS OUT, WOULD BE IN.
Tho opening rally of the Dem
ocratic party makes (t el tar that the
(timing election is to be foilght out ou
the lines' of 'prfzo'iiullty, prejudice nnd
misrepresentation if the people will al
The cry against tho Itejiuhllcan "ma.
chine." is to bo worked for nil the mis
representation It Is u oi Hi, nnd every
Infraction of the law among Ibe lawless
class Is to be exaggerated ns au evi
dence of tho Incompetence of the po
No Intelligent citizens will bo mUlee)
by tho false cry of the machine
If it wns machine politics that nom
inated one man ou tbe ilopublluia
ticket, it was machine politics that
nominated every man on tbut ticket
and the Democratic ticket as will
"Machlno politics" ns u term of ten
sure presupposes a bons, und a pcopU
Tho boss does not exist In tho lte
rublicau tanks nor did a bossed people
do n boss' bidding in tho Ilcpubllcnn
As used by tho Democrats and the
renegade Republicans working lo
wreck the party, the machine cry Is a
catch phrase taken up by the "outs"
with the hope uf changing places with
Tho charge that there Is lueronsecl
vice or Increased cilme under the ad
ministration of the Republican otllilals
Is false. And the utterances imidu b
tHe Democratic candidates do not es
tablish conlldunco that tlieie would be
nny change for tho better If they wi re
allowed to take over this alleged "ma
chine" of polite management.
'it is io bu supposed that In tit Ir
first utterances the. Democrats put their
best toot first Accepting their statu
ments on the stump us u true state
ment of what they mo driving at, the)
havo given nothing that should swirve
men Interested In tho progress of the
County nnd the Territory 'from Hie
straight Republican ticket,
Kenegade Republicans claim a da
sire to wreck only one or two men on
the Republican ticket,. llemociaUalra
to wreck the whole thing.
Honest citizens will not support
wreckers, a wiecklng party or a wreck
CUBAN ANNEXATION WIDELY
Hawaii Is not alone In looking upon
Cuban Intertcntlon as a step to Cuban
annexation, and our people are not th
only ones on guard.
One of the notable utterances on the
subject wns made In Chicago the 1st'
tcr part of September by Lieutenant
Ueneral Corbln. Speaking at a dinner
given by the Hamilton Club, Corbln
"Dlspnter at home or disorder
nmong our neighbors must give
way to the higher edicts of peace, to ,
be delivered In the lintno of civil
ization, Our reprcscntntltrs In ,
Cuba, Mr. Toft nnd Mr. ilacon, are '
going to give notice that there
must be no more interference with
the progress of civilization. They
will any. If need be, that If Cuba
again come) under the protection
of the United States It will como
under different and better condi
tions making for civilization The s
question bns nrleen, Have we not
been Just a little bit hasty In what
vvc havo already dono for Cuban
Wlillo this statement seems earn
fully guarded it was accented through.
out tho country ns a declaration for an
Coming from such n prominent offi
cer It attracted the notico It deserved.
And It is of especial Interest to Ha
waii that a Nw York paper allied with
tome of the hestltst financial Intercuts
of Wall street wns prompt to call Cor
bln to nicnunt. 1ho New York Com
mercial, which by (ho nay, Lawson
sa)a Is controlled by the StandiilM Oil
clique, lomments editorially on Coibiu
as follows: ',
"Among all the good fighters
who have ever led troops In tho
field, among all the military wire
pullers who have outwitted their
superiors in arms, nnd among all
tho retired generals who talk too
much and too promiscuously when
silence and snnlty go to a premium,
commend us to Llcutennnt-Ocneral
Henry C. Corbln. To have sug- '
gested at this time, nt so public nn
event ns a formal luncheon of Chi
cago's Hamilton Club, that annex
ation of Cuba Is n feaslblo cure for
the disorders of tho Island republic
Is conceded ly the very hefght of In
discretion. It Is ouo.jbf those
things that even garrutops-age does l
not cxeiiHP In ono 'Whcallfo has
been Identified with tltatjof mill. ,
tary leaders, Ulploniatsntid states- .
"(leneral Corbln initslknow. as
does every Informed person whose
search for causes of the Cuban
trouble extends, beyond tho merest
s)hiptoms, that just now annexa
tion Is apparently the one popular
J. H. HERTSCHE....Qeneral Manager
ffT pi' tPit company.
l V.Atf& IwviiiMtwT -lmuwAa Afcjun,
711 Prospect St 130 00
Cor. Hackfald A Prospect...... 35.00
Kalmukl , 16Xfo
Nuuanu St, , , 5000
King 8L 3500
Aloha Lane 18.00
Beretanla St 4040
Beretania 8t 3500
Kaplolanl St -.2825
Lunalllo St 50 00
Young St '.. 5000
Henry Waterhousi Tryst Co.. LtJ,.
Corner Fort and Merchant Sis.
. V . yr Vd cvAnir mmmim mm
thing with all the suspected Influ
ences controlling, the prevailing
deviltry In Cuba. There Is no one
reason so strongly .urging the set
ting aside of annexation ns a rem
edy as the fact that the wrong
parties in Cuba and the Junta are
urging Its claims Tho remedy
has all the weakness of Its advo
cates. Not to appreciate, this and
duly regard It In one's nfter-dinucr
speeches is too peculiarly Corbln
lsh to tc permitted to pisa mire
buked." An editorial In the New York
Commercial toasting (leneral Corbln for
talking Cuban annexation Is no guar
ontce that tho financiers behind the
paper arc dctd set agilnst the annexa
tion proposal. If It does not mean this
however. It Is an Indication that the
"interests" nr so well satisfied of the
element of doubt In the proposition
that they are not pleaded with having
tho question brought to nn Issue nt the
present time. 1 here Is nlwnja tho pus
slblllty that Corbln let the cat out ol
the bag and has been called down.
P. W. Uohu of tho Natlonnl Hank of
Cuba has given an Interview to a Tcr re
Haute paper In which he siys that the
annexation of Cuba ' Is the only thine
that will ttop the revolution." In this
opinion ho sas he Is supported by the
business and commercial latere Us ol
the Island. And following this lead
the Term lluulo star publishes au ed
Itorlal calling for annexation "1 he
sooner tho better." The argument
reads in this wise:
"The Island, It appears, cannot
govern Itself The only power that
can enforce law there nnd Impose
order and prosperity upon anarchy
nnd turbulence Is the United States.
If we Sfill away today, we shall
have to go back again; and the In
terval can only signify rontlnued
and Increasingly grievous loss, con
fusion, suffering. It Cuba cannot
govern herself today she cannot do
so when tho pressure of our diplo
matic and military forces Is with
drawn. Annexation seems to bo
Inevitable; nnd If so, the sooner
Take whatever view ou may of the
advisability or error of Cuban nunaxa
tlon, It muslbo admitted that the sub
ject Is being agitated by Americans nt
homo as well as tho Americans nnd
Cubans in Cuba. The question Is be
fore the American people nnd tho gen
eral trend of their conclusions wll.
Hbving and Paying
Wrinkles arnt Old Age
Better call In at our-of-'
flee and learn how to own
a splendid home for
38 FORT ST.
Our Fall Purchases are arriving
by every steamer, every day teeing
new goods placed on our counters.
In Dresdene, Plaids, Persians and Bro
cades, In the newest weaves and de
sign, from 1-4 to 11 Inches wide.
In match tets of Edge and Insertion
In both Nainsook and 8wlss, with All
over to match.
of the latest materials, comprising
Flowered Voiles, Eollennes, Grena
dines, Organdies, Mulls and Swisses,
sheer and dalrtty, and only one of each
pattern. The twellest line we've ever
Delegate to Congress
C. F. CHILLINOWORTH .
L. L. McCANOLESS
W. O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. 8. KALEO
E. A. C. LONO
E. W. QUINN
"W. T. RAWLIN8
'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. f. P. WATERHOU8E
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
9 W. W. HARRIS
8. C. DWIQHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HUSTACE, JR.
S. W. LOGAN
Walanae and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
. JOHN FERNANDEZ
have much to do with the future course
Somo claim that the Sugar Trust,
which Is he-ivliy interested In C'lln,
will oppose annexation on nccoum uf
the difficulty with labor that Is sure to
lolluw. Others (with equal vigor tell
of tho Sugar Trust nnd-Willi Street be
ing behind a'lffotcment In which Tart
and Uacon nnd tfveu the President me
merely cat's paws.
The one fact that r.liouhl come home
to every citizen' tif Hawaii Is that our
rcople should bo on their guard ut nil
times, and whllc'iiiovlng forward to
block annexation by every independent
and lew al avenue should also wllllngl)
cooperate, with the other great inter
ests of the m ilnlnnd thai must suffer
should the annexation scheme bo car
UHA1NA LIVERY STABELS
Articles of Incorporation for a livery
nnd feed stable to bo Installed at Ji
liina were filed this morning in tho
Treasurer's olflce. Tho name of the
company which, will conduct the busi
ness is given ns tho 1-nhaln uismark
Stables. Ltd. Tho capital stick Is di
vided Into 300 shares at $10 apiece
tho largest block of which Is 8S Hhares
In the name of I). K. Hayselden. The
next largest is that of W. T. Itoblnson,
who has M shares.
Tho articles' slate that tho buslncsii
followed will be.'that of a general liv
ery,, feet) aud. sale stable, and the
following, otllf ofsjaro named: 1). K.
Hayselden, president; V, T. Robin-
son, vko president; Walter Knglo,
secretary; C. D.'Mifkln, treasurer; Ar
thur Waal, auditor; and In addition
In the above A, N. Havselden and
William Kenning on tho board of i'I
rectors. Fin. Jc Printing at the Bulletin.
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
are now being opened up and the gen
eral public Is Invited to call and. see
Wall, Nichols Co.,
If there's a more delight
ful place than
it hasn't been put on
Why not go down there to
morrow? .St. Clair Bidgood,
SERINS IKMTNMS AVMKI.
Unqualified. Succea of Lydla B. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound la tb
Cam of lira. Fannla D. Fox.
One of the Greatest trtamnhsot Lydla
E. lMnkhains Vegetable. Compound is
the conquering of woman' dread en
The grovxth of a tumor Is so sly that
frequently Its presence Is not suspected
"ntll It U far advanced.
KX mUmwm a.V--C
4 mc, fBBBBBB8Y '"c.-iui'jfln
So-called "wandering pains" may
eouie from Its early stages, or the
presence of danger may be made mani
fest by profuse monthly periods, accom
panied by unusual pain, from Use
abdomen through the groin nnd thighs.
If you havemjsterious pains, If tilers
are Indication of Inflammation or dis
placement, secure n bottle of Lvdla K.
l'lnkham's Vegetable Compound right
away and begin Its use.
Mrs. rinkham. of Lynn, Mass , will
fjlve you her advice If you will write
icr about yourself. She Is the daughter-in-law
of Ly'dia K. Plnkhani und
for tvvtnty-fivcyearshas been advising
sick women free of charge.
Dear Mr. l'lnVham:
" I take the llbertr to congratulate you on
the success I have bad with your wonderful
tnvdltlne, Klglitecn months ago my periods
Stopped. Hbortly after I felt so badly that
I submittal to a thorough examination by a
physician and was toM that I bad a tumor
and would have to undergo an operation i
" Boon after I read one of your advtrtlie
nents and decided to give Lydla K. Pink
ham's Vegetable Coiniund a trial. Jtftr
taking Ave bottles ns directed tho tumor la
entirely gone. 1 have tarn examined by a
physician aud ba says I have no sign of a
tumor now. It has alio brought my .rlods
around onco more, and I am entirely
well "Fannie D. Fox, 7 Chostuut btreet
(Continued from Page 3.)
sou hero Is friim our llcattnly rath
er." Ho said If clctkd ns County Sheriff
he ulll lc.ui up tho pulku niatlilne
uud stop the cambllm;. Thu most Im
portant Issue today Is ".Shall the
County bo saddled with a mnthlnoi
and mnthluu rule ut shall It bu kuv-'
fini'd by clean nifuT' lie said the
IK'inotrutlc .party Is opposed to the'
luaehlno initios nnd Is lltilillnK for n
food nnd honest administration of
J.UV eminent affairs. He inferred to
the recent troublo between llrowu anil
Depti.) Kherlrr Jack Knlakiela. Iiiuktu
closed by askiiiK the people to support
the IK-motratlc tltkit pololol.
The Inul.eu campaign mini; compos
ed b) K. K.'ial was rendered by Kual's
(llt'O Club, station on tho niatikn sldu
of the band stand, uud the sluglnt; by
krni'jU Knnl mid Mrs. Alnpal una one
of tbu bust thliiKS ou the proRinm.
Wm. I'. Jnrrutt, cnndldntu for Dep
uty rllieilff of Honolulu, promised Ir
I'lecled, tn iltsrbarf.0 the ditlliH of bis
olllru nieordini; to law.
Tbos. (laudnll spol nn the labor
question und was npplauded by bis
M. O. K. HopKliiB, canilldnto for
County Clerk, slid ho had accepted
(tic nomination lie causn It wan nn hon
or; no man nted bo ashamed of tho
Kern appeal! 1 for support for all
the Democratic ticket. Ho told tho
ladles piesent not lo nllow their hus
bands in tlidr hedt If they did not
ote for Denintrnts. "I'ololel" was
beard from the crowd. Ho wild If
elected to thej Hoard of HupcnlsorH
l,n would sen thnt no nonsense Is
llajed lu that body,
i:. Ingham, camllrtate for tho House,
opoko lirlefl), takliiK nB a text Wm. J.
Ilryan. ' j
Would Raise Wages .
Jcbso Ulellil said ir elected to Mio
House ho will Introdueo n bill HxIiik
(he pay of Government laboiers at $2
a day. lie aUo promised nn appro
priation for tho curing- of leprosy.
W. W. ThaMr said that if elected
County Attorney ho will sco that law
Is enforced, lie ,tliart;eil tho preuent
County Attorney with Retting- Lnsy
when elttlloii time Is nearlnR. Hu
said Dial thu present liquor law was
panned by tho llcpiibllrun party and
tho Democrats will repeal or amend It
Dnul. K. Kamnhit said if elected to
tho House ho will intindiiLO bills that
will bo good for all concerned,
Moses I'nlau said everybody ought
to ba allowed tn treat leprosy, subject,
of course, to tho approval of the Hoard
J. K. Kapiial.clmu asked for the sup
ort of tho Democratic ticket.
K. K, Mahoo said the Homo Unlets
and tlie Demoeiats ought lo play mon
k()si and jael.asscs at tho coming
election, ns tho chairman of tho Re
publUun party at thu Aala Park meeting-
hud (ailed them monkeys and
The inue'tlni; ennte to n closo after
ipcetlies wcro maris by Chas. II,
Hi nail and W, A. Kinney. "Hawaii
I'linnl" wns piing by all piesent and
tho meetliig was pan nt 1- in. '
fjajr- Flno Job Printing at the But
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102 904 NUUANU STREET. 'PHONE MAIN 308.
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Make handsome, useful presents for men. We have many new ones
In jreat variety. See ourncw line of TOILET GOODS.
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THE ONLY HIGH-GRADE, FRE&H IMPORTED CANDIC3 IN HONOLULU
received by us ex Alameda. It was a bio shipment and the stock contains
a superb selection of CHOCOLATES, MARSHMALLOWS AND GLACE
FRUITS, In one half to five pound boxes. These candies are the. STAND
ARD OF PURITY AND EXCELLENCE. You will find here a choice line
of LOWNCY'S and OUR HOME-MADE CAN.DIES.
116 HOTEL NEAR TORT ST.
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
C. B. REYNOLDS,
7D7 ALAKEA STREET NEXT SAIL OR01 HOME. "
r a rrctr! htd
i .rvv-rtx ivj i LrWmJiLL V-.V. i
WILL CALL FOR
We pick, haul and ship yout '
goods and save von money.
Deafen in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Bfick Watehaute,
Two decisions In the rase of rrnnk
fl. Cmrela vs. Tarn Cliong uud' T.mi
HIiik Kuiir wcro hnuded donu by the
Supremo Court this morning. The
first wns op a wilt of orton 'tlio cmif
plnlnt IilIiik In resaril to a decreo to
stt aside. wlii(lt v.n nllcgeil was not
authorized by all the. ilndliiKS. The
ductslou sets asldo tilt; ilecreo-nnil Hid
causa Is remanded to the Circuit
JiuIko wltlnltavo, ou application by
thu plaintiff, to reopen tho rase and
iccclve hirtfiui el IiIoik e. f
Tbo-(ieond easo, In which te plain
tiff had appealed from tholenlal of a
motion which had besn 'applied for
fi urn tho trial Jiuli;( (t( Juiueud the
tiaubcilptlof c Ide'iict; iiiaetniilantu
with au allfdavit of one) of tho plain
tiff's nttoineys. Tho decision says, "It
It, obvious that the ClftuL Jililgo tan
not be required iy tliia'ciiurt to oxr
(Iso his discretion, tm'ho has exiil
clsed It by lefusliiR the 'motion; uoi
has tills court tlio power to compel
tbu Judge to amend the ttauscrlpt ;n
tills ox pnrto showing wltli'iio Infor
mation hcfoio llt'of his owp teeidlec
lloil or that of Ubi.cMft upoW thofsub-
ject." v '' v. i n '
In the case of M. r. Scott' yi. A. V.
Ice. Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
Bakery and Lunch Room
a iureirt?E ' rr
126 King St. Phone Main 58
l.lnder, on a writ of error to tho Cir
cuit Coin I. thorn woru two questions
luwihed. Ono tl o decision of iho low
er court that Sunday wns not Included
In the Iho days' within which a notico
of appeal may bo (lied but that It may
1 o flU d on (ho following day. In this
matter tho court derided affirming
lint Sunday, with the exception of
certain wills of necessity, Is a dies
no Jiirldlcus. lu thu matter of tlio
findingii of tho court tho Judgment
was affirmed and thcro was no error
found In tbu reionl.
Bryan Asked To Drop
"" His Railroad Plan
Washington, Sept. ,20 1'ormer Hen.
nlor James , Jones of ArKunsis, who
Yum (hnlrmuu of the Deniocintli N'i
tlonil Commute n In 18 nml I'JfiO. and
who Is a cloio personal nuri polllluil
frleiiil of WlJIIam Jeiinlnis llrynn, h.n
wiltton tho Ntbrasl'aii at Atlanta m
lslng him to diop bit, aihocar) ot
Oovernment ownership ot rallio.nl',.
'I he letter thould nutli llrj.iu tod ly,
'I hose who am aihtsed of the wrltlni;
of tlia lillt-r liv .lonei inn liiiYlmirK
'awaiting ro3iilts. Junes holds llijan i
lull conlliIeiii9 nml It Ih uuileirtiKid
that hu gltci what he runsldeiH bound
political leasons foi the udvleo ho lenders,
wmw.iiiiii . 1l.j'h. .