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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H , TUESDAY, OCT. 9. 1906
tSlbltihed Every bay Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. 1!., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FAnRINQTON,. Editor
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Territory of Hawaii, )
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Of the BULLETIN PUBLISHING COM
PANY, M.UITKI), bulug first duly
sworn, on oitli deposes and says.
That the following is a true and cor
rcct statement of circulation for tho
weeU ending Oct. 5 Wi, of the Dnl
ly uud weekly editions of the Even
Circulation of Evening bulletin.
Saturday, Sept. 29 2618,
Monday, Oct. 1 2452
Tuesday, Oct. 2 2368
Wednesday, Oct. 3 2436
Thursday, Oct. 4 2379
Friday, Oct 5 2382
Average dally circulation 2439
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 1906 2485
Number cf weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii lions. ...1004
combined guaranteed average
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by C. G. BOOKU8,
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ISEAL1 October, A. I). 190G.
P. H BURNKTTE,
Notary Public, First Judicial Qlrcult.
i ui:si)ay . ocr ;. mm.
The man who falls to rc;lslci bo
cause he Is too lazy or Is dlHgiiHttd
and doesn't want tu vote, rocs Into
the clnsn with the plain denied fool.
How cpilrlcl) the Democrats deny
that they ow-r thought June Lane
would come Into their ranks. Lane Is
not one of tlioxo shifty Individual
who goes from party tu parly as thu
highest price of olllie Is offered.
Split ticket men should begin early
to consider what the other fellow will
l,e doing, while tney us they think,
mo boosting their special favorite to
lclory. Htnieniber, two can play at
tho same game, and when they gel nt
it slaughter for nil concerned Is the
Tho Athortlscr of Nov. 9 pub
lished tho follow lug editorial tilbutu
to Henry Vld.i:
"Tho remarkable work done In tho
Republican campaign Is tiullled up
to the Fourth and Fifth DlKtrlct Com
mittees luuded by I.orrln Andrews
and Henry Vlda. The Central Com
mittee let them have their head and
they made good In a way that will be
remembered In local politics"
DEMOCRATS AND CUBAN
Do tho sugar Interests as represent
ed In the Hawaiian Sugar Planters'
Association Intend to commit suicide?
Wo believe not.
Tho Bulletin Is convinced that tho
Higgdstlou made tu thu Trustees ot
that organization to support the Dem
ocratic candidate) for Delegate as a
protest against Cuban annexation
must appeal to our business leaders
as so thoroughly suicidal that they
will not glo it a second thought,
much less allow It to stand as the pol
ity of the oigaulzatlon.
The Bulletin would bo disposed to
dismiss thu whulu subject on thu
ftatcment of the SocrUary, V, O.
Smith, that no such action as that hi
mored has been taken by tho Trus
tees, if It wcro not obvloi:.i that the
matter has been up for dUcusslun,
So far as this paper knows, thu Ha
waiian Planters' Association as an or
ganization Is not in politics. IIh rop
lescntuttvtt leudeis are constantly uu
watch for matters which have u bear
ing on the prosperity of thu ludiistiy,
in which the prosperity or this Ter
lUory Is so completely locked up.
Wo take It fur. gi anted that the
Trustees of the Planteis' Association
will flblit Cuban nuuexution In season
and out of season, ludlvjduully and
collectively. Wo hepo for tho welfare
of thu country at large uud Hawaii in
articular that they will do so.
lit Is Impossible to cnncehe, how
ever, of this Cuban annexation light
being brought Into the present turn
:algu as a protest against what thu
President has been foited to do In
keeping Cuba peaceful,
.What do we know of tho policy ot
tile present Administration on Cuban
r-iiiiexatlon? Anil what do .vo know
r ( thu attitude of the Demociatlc par
ty on Cuban annexation?
The President has given nut thu
statement that thu Inlet volition In
Cuba Is for thu purpose of ipiletlng uf
fUlis and to establishing tho Cuban
Has the Piesldent ever Hod to Ha
wull? 'is there any reabun to bolloo lint
he Is pulling the wool over the ejes uf
the unsophisticated American citizen,
and that It Is therefoic the duty of
Hawaii by Noting for a Democratic
candidate for Delegate to expose this
Administration job mid arouse the
great American pcoplo?
Tho question answers Itself,
Until the Republican party throws
oNerboard the policy of protection to
American industries, until the Presi
dent of the lulled States lias given
proof that his word Is untrustworthy
until the little tall of Hawaii Teirl'
tory wags the whole American dog,
until all political conditions of the
mainland aie lcolutlonlzed, the In
terests uf the leading ttulustilcs of the
Terrltof of Hawaii are one with thu
hk cess of tho Republican party and
the election of a Republican Delegate
to the United States Congress.
Our pcoplo have also tho Inlluencd
nt home tu consider.
There Is no question of the nttltudo
of the Republican party and the Re
publican candidate for Delegato on
the question of the nnuexntlon of
What would be tho natural result
rmong the Miters at lnrgc, especially
tho Hawaiian Americans, if nt this
ttage nny pirt of nil Influential ele
ment should desert or weaken lu Its
suppui of the Republican candidate?
They hao been taught that loyalt)
to party Is a matter of principle that
should rise nboe the petty preju
dices and even personal dislikes. Not
(inly has this doctrine been preached.
The Hawaii in-Amerlcaus hna accept
ed It and demonstrated their loalty
to party before men.
Nothing can be gained by an over
throw of party honor. Such a course
will revive the old conditions of vot
ing by prejudice and alignment by
The Republican pirty of the main
land and In this Territory has lnu
rtably stood for that which Is best foi
the advancement of the moral and
material Interests of the Islands.
Tho situation Is not changed.
And although It Is a pleasure to net
the alilo men In the Democratic ranks,
tho duty of the voter Is to stay with
(he party that has led In the past and
will continue to do so In the ftituie.
Postal Inspector Hnro is nt present
Inspecting u co.uplifnt against Dibble
K. Ilae, the postmaster at J'ukoo. It
appears that one J J. Ilukniil wrote a
letter to High Shorln Henry cum
plalulng of the drunken conduct of llae,
who is also a Jailor. Kakanl chargiM
Han with having opened tho letter
which Henry wrote htm lu return.
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
V-. ix I hjuft PM JUt AaarraAi
OitV ?'VT . OHO D01
4J, V1 r,..lr' -''""
711 Proipect St $30.00
Cor. Haekfeld A Prospect 35.00
Nuuanu St. , , 50 00
King St 35 00
Aloha Lane 18.00
Beretanla St 4000
Beretanla St . 35.00
Kaplolani St 26 25
Lunalllo St 50 00
Young 8t 60 00
Henr) Walorhouse Trust Co., LU,.
Corner Foit and Merchant Sts,
Corporations To Be Asked
To Amend Their
BROKERS WILL WANT
STOCK EXCHANGE COMMITTEE
REPORTS AGAINST RE-ISSUE,
AND THE EXCHANGE
Tho matter of stockbrokers band
ling certificates of stock ro Issued for
lost certificates nml stumped ns rots
sues for lost eetllllcates his Ixeii lu
tho lunula of n cnminllteo of the Stock
Exchange for tho past week. Tho
committee reported today recommend
lug that all transactions between bru
kers and the bulng and selling and
delUery of eertlllcutos shuuld bo with
certificates known as "elean" certifi
cates, on wlih li theto Is mi stamp of
to Issue for a lost leitlftcnto. The coin
mlttee felt Hint whereas all ownei
bf n certificate who hail lost It should
be entitled to n clean certificate niter
giving satisfactory bonds, as required
by corporations, this fact was furlbir
homo out bj letters received fiiitu
banking Institutions and trust com
panies here, who stnte that thej do
not look upon n certificate stamped
as a reissue as uf as much value In
Its loan capacity as a certificate thai
If not stamped as ro Issued. Tho re
I cirts of the committee were adopted
by tho Exchange, and the Executive
Committee was Instruct) d to confer
with the different eoiporatloiiR In nil
endeavor to have (licit by-lavvH so
amended that n re Issue foi a lost cer
tificate will not contain the words
S'amped therein, showing that It Is
n reissue. Under the ruling adopted
by the Exchange Its authority over
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.
Our Fall Purchases are arriving
by every steamer, every day seeing
new goods placed on our counter!.
In Dresden!, Plaids, Persians and Bro
cades, In the newest weaves and de
signs, from 1-4 to 11 Inches wide.
In match teU of Edge and Insertion
In both Nainsook and Swlos, 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
Delegate to Congress
C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. McCANDLESS
W. O. 8MITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. 8. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W, QUINN
W. T. RAWLINS
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUGHES
Representatives rlfth District
S. P. CORREA
A. 8. KALEIOPU
II. N. KANIHONUI
H. W. LELEIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
T. T. P. WATERHOUSE
' D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIS
8. C. DWIGHT
. A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HUSTACE, JR
S. W. LOGAN
Walanae and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
all dealings by Its members wltl en
title them to claim from their clients
or members of the Exi hnnge n clean
cerliriiulu fur stockH bought or sold.
The committee which has charge of
this endeavor lu arrange matters with
corporations Is1 Jcnuwu as tho Exoru
live Conunlttet-uiid comprises W. I).
Ilrown, J, I', Morgan and It. W. Hliln
The nufnrd will convoy the Shrrl
'an to Han IVauclscn when tho hitter
loaves lu tow of tho tug Hlocum for
the Coast, It Is rocngnlred that tho
Slneniii Is iibimdunlly able to handle
the Sheridan, but lu case of nil) aril
dent tho tug would bo piclt) short
handed for a life saving emerge ucy.
Tor this reason the Union will go
along to lender assistance, In thu liu
irobabln event of uny being required.
Word Is expected within n day or
mi that the Klocum has left Hnn 1'rnn
elsco fur Honolulu. It Is thought that
she will get nwny as soon ns sho can
bo coaled and miiilo ready fur tho voy
ugo. Nothing much ran bo done In
the way of repairs for the Sheridan
l.ero, and she will lcavo foi the Coast
as roan us possible.
Your Bioier vollx Pol lliealcf.ifit I'ood
The police arn busy collecting evi
dence against the Chinese) burglar Ah
Fin, whose uriest esterda y made tho
Advertiser so Mire. Today a supply
ol napkins ami tubleclolhs was found
lu the pawnshop of Matthews, in the
Star block, and they havo been Iden
tified as some that wcro stolen recent
ly from the house of Chnilcs Hustnec,
when It wus cnteied by a burglar. Tho
proprietor of tlm pawnshop gavo a
description uf the man who sold hftn
If there's a more delight
ful place than
it hasn't been put on
Why not go down there to
morrow? St. Glair Bidgood.
If yeu want first class work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
Schuman Carriage Go.
QUEEN 8T. NEAR FORT.
the napery, and It fits very closely
Ah Sin, The police are pietty sure
that he Is tho man, or one of tho men,
who havo been committing tho burg
laries around town recently, and they
icgard his capture as of much Impor
tance. Aioiuul the police station little at
tention Is paid tu tho efforts or thu
morning paper to bIiovv that (lie police
wero reluctant to tnl.e tho man after
he had been captured by the Japanese
pel v ants of Mrs, Cfistlo. It Is looked
upon ns moidy pait of the plana of
that sheet to discredit the police in
the ojes of tho votem.
The police depaitment Is making
every effurt to rid tho city of petty
thieves, and alieady n number of sus
pects have been arrested, ami the evi
dence against snme uf them Is if
inch a nature that they cannot well
STFPHtn mn IS
Hllo, Oct 4. "I nm not a wild an
imal" dedal ed Supervisor the Hev-
erend .Stephen L. Desha at Tuesday'ii
meeting of the Count) fathers.
"I nm not a wild aiilnrill"
Piuely ns nu admission uf n intent
fait the declaration was not Interesting,
hut nevertheless It would seem tu call
"Did I Jump around nml plug hlui
wltl: a stick? No. I did nut. therefore
1 am nut a wild animal,' continued thn
Such logic was su utterly unanswer
able -that there was nut a Supervisor
present who seeked tu think It neces
sary to Introduce any lesoluilon do
i hiring that the reverend was not n
wild nnlnnl. Ills explanation was ac
cepted, wild animals do not plug peo
ple wllli sticks.
It was Supeivlsor Prank Woods of
Kohala who biought about all thn
tumble. The matter uf the bunds of
Itoail Supervisor Lewis of Kohala and
of Hold Supervisor l.vman uf South
llllu was under discussion, fur despite
the mandate of thu Mould, neither bond
had been lllcd.
Desha made n speech In Hawaiian
which, when tinnslnlcel, seemed to
mean that both men xhcmld foi fed I
their Jobs fen their neglect. I.vman, he
said, had eonie lu htm ami had sug
gested tint us he win u pour man, thn
County shuuld pay fur tho premium
lor his bund. Ho thought that this
could not bo done nml that both thn
Itoad Supervisors of Kohala and South
Hllo weio ilcfvlug the Hoard. He
wanted them leiniivid
"What In the use of nil) one tearing
about like a wild iiulmnl?" asked Sup
ervisor Woods of Koluhi. "'Ihe c.ikm
uf Lewis of Kohala and of the South
Hllo mad pupcrvixor mu entirely dif
ferent. I.cwls has signed his pa pel d
mill believed that they were all light
hut they lay lu the County olliies heie
fur over a month owing tu uu eiroi on
thn part of the agent of the Wutcrhuino
Trust Company. To remnvn him
would b a eoinplete Injustice'. He has
paid bis money foi his bond uud it Is
not his faull Hint It Is nut iccordcd with
the count). 'Ihe ugent, .Mr. Tilllorh, is
lu town now nml can explain that this
It was then Supervisor Dosha voiced
his piolcst against being called n wllu
Supervisor Shlpmau pmirce! n little
ell on the Doubled waters by asking
that the mnttci be left over until lo
ilav'K limiting mal u motion was finally
minuted lei leave thn Lewis rase until
then. Nothing was said about the Io
nian rase. Chairman Molr went over
mid liilked a few houejeil words to
Desha nml well, llieie the matter drop
peel. lli'jeind this Interesting little sldo Is
sue there wiih not n tremendous nmoiinl
of Interest In the meeting on Tuesday
Bf PH ill
Private .1, .1. Murphy of tho local
marine contingent nut) bo n wise guy,
i'H the morning paper says lie Is. Hut
he doesn't tly to deinonsliato thn fact
by deserting uud then Dying to col-
An Elephant Shooting the
Chutes Was Caught
An ordinary lens Is too
slow to get clear pictures cf
moving objects. ,
Why not equip your camera
with a 2EIS8 TESSAR?
Ready for Inspection, with
samples of work at
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic "
CREAM PURE RYE
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Make handsome, useful presents for men. We have many new onei
In great variety. Sec our new line of TOILET COOUS.
H. F. WICHMAN & CX, Ltd,,
THE ONLY HIGHXhADE, TRESH IMPORTED CANDICS IN HONOLULU
received by us ex Alameda. It was a big shipment And the stock contains
a superb selection of CHOCOLATES, MAnSHMALLOWS AND GLACE
FRUITS, In one-half to five pound boxes. These candieo arc the STAND
ARD or PURITY AND EXCELLENCE You will find here a choice line
of LOWNCY'S and OUR HOME-MADE CANDICS.
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
C. B. REYNOLDS,
( 767 ALAKEA STREET NEXT
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO. !
WILL CALL FOR
We pick, haul and ship your
goods and iave you money.
Dealen in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick. W-uehause,
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vlc President! J. L. McLeai.,
8ccretarj A. F. CUrk, Treasurer; N- E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank Huttace,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY VIEN, 63 QUEEN ST,
Firewood, Stove and Steam Cowl.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND. TELEPHONE MAIN Mi.
Icct tlio lowaril uffcreil foi 1ih nuriro
liensluii, iih lli.it Hhcct hiiH liu cll.l.
It Ih tiuu Ilia Mm j 1 1 1 y mni;tncil
IiIh lc;nci iiccutly, nml ilUI lint Hluiw
up ut tho !i!ioluti'il time. Hut ho win
not n ilihcitt-r men tlicn. An Tor hi"
Uluiihiiiilug to thu polk i! Ktutloii ami
uuutlug tu Iiiiiiw If tliiuu weio a u
waul uffcuul lor hlin, Muinliy oiii
lihutlcnlly iRmiIch that liu uu'i UuhikIii
of dome am riicIi tlilnir tin .1 1,1 not!
or iioiiiBanj m ill tlilnt,. lip, I"" l
IWcpliomi nt all, ho i.n5H.'imt wuit ,
ami itpoitcil In fPiHun.
Tho uliulu Htoiy, upponiH to ho n
fnlco without aii)tlilUK to hncU IJ up
ithci than th.it thcuu Ik a mail niiincil
Miupliy whn ouistii)cc IiIh lcavo of
Out of uuiy hiinuii'il jiciFona lu Now
York Clt) Hlly-(im aru uiiiii.iuloil,
thirty-nun iiinuli'il, ,11 o Ii1okcm1 uiul
Unit ilUoui'il, .
gj-"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Ice Cream Parlors, Candy Factory.
Bakery and Lunch Room
NEAR FORT ST.
SAIL ORS' HOME.
J26 Kin,: Si. Phone Main 58
Into the rcalmo of Santa Claus by the
huyer of Wall, Nlcholo Co, Ltd., hat
' , . u '" '" ,r "r"0"U Honolulu
the largest and moet complete clock
of T0Y8 aild HOLIDAY coo n nL
I hrought to the Islands. These goods
are now being opened up and the gen-
leral public la Invited to call and see
Wall, Nichols Go.,