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Vol. XV III No 351S
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII MOKDAT. OOTOBBR 15. 190U
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Thanks of San Francisco
For Generous Aid
The money sent from this' Territory
to alii those who suffered from the Ban
Francisco earthquake- has licen ex
pended and abetter, enclosing receipt
for tho same, and the cordial thank
of tho committee In charge of the re
lief funds and also tho general public
ot tho city, was received In tho Ven
tura mall by Governor Carter. That
tho work Im by no means completed Is
shown by tho statement in tho letter
that there arc 20,000 people still de
pending on the funds of tho commit
teo for support and that as many moro
will receive, trflter during the rainy
The let.ter reads as follows:
San Franrlsco, Sept. 28, 1906.
His Excellency, lion. (). It. Carter,
aoycrnor, Territory of Hawaii.
Dear Sir: I beg to hand you here
with our official .receipts, being ac
knowledgments of reeclpt of subscrip
tions from the Territorial Government
end from tho citizens or Hawaii of
$15,000, $5,000, $2,000 and 9194.55, In
tho aggregate, $22,194.65.
Allow mo at this time to express
the gratitude of this community to
its gencrons friends among your beau
tllul Islands and to say that their
rplcndld donations have been Indeed
of great aselttanco In relieving tho
sufferings of our stricken, cltitens.
Our great flro left thousands home
' less; left them without means of se
curing livelihood; without even tho
very necessities of life, and it was
CROWDS AT REPUBLICAN AALA RALLY
""ATTEST OVERWHELMING STRENGTH WITH
It was a rouclag big meeting that
tho Republicans held at Aala ParlMast
Saturday night.. And it was n good
meeting In cyo'ry way, In the Im
mense crowd present nnd tho way
tboy stayed until the end. In tho at
tention with which they listened to
the speakers, In tho excellence of tho
addresren made by tho Republican
candidates and leaders.
The audience wau by far tho largest
that ha3 gathered at any meeting
tlnce the campaign opened. It tamo
early and remained late. Compara
tively few of them went away until
tho last address had been made.
Throughout tho entire proccedlngB
A magnificent finish for a
new grade Of very durable
furniture. Chalra, Rockers,
Desks, Tables and Magazine
Tabies ars now on display of
J. Hopp & Co,,
1O33.1O50-1O9S BISHOP ST.
torm ( Clothe fltr.Hrn
MADE IN NEW YORK
only through the great generosity ot
the world that they wcro saved from
"At tho present time wc arc feed-"
ing twenty thousand and nro also en
gaged In an endeavor to provide shel
ter for as many as possible during
tho rainy season. In' addition to this
wo nro caring for as many moro Ijt
I'ospltals, orphanages and other pub
lic Institutions, beside aiding in tho
ichabllltation of thoso who can with
n llttlo assistance help themselves,
and I am mire that you and tho gener
ous rltliens of Hawaii feel some rec
ompense In knowing that you have
dono so much In this noble work.
Yours very truly,
JAMES D. PIIIXAN,
SUPPLY SCIHHMEit FOR
Til CM COMPANY
When tfio Commercial Pacific Cablo
Company's steamship Restorer wbs
sent to Midway Island to tho aid of
tho stranded Mongolia, It was neces
sary tor her to tako certain supplies
Intended for the use of the passengers
on board the liner nnd of the station
people. At that tlmo an objection
was raised In certain tuartcrs that,
under the laws the Restorer was not
eligible to carry supplies and an at
tempt was made to stop her. How
ever, In this ense common sense pre
vailed over red tape and tho Restorer
was allowed to proceed on her errand
Tho cablo company Is now lo have
n new supply boat for service be
tween Its Pacific ocenn stations, A
stenm schooner is being built on the
Const, under tho direction of Captain
Mctcalf, and Is expected to be ready
for scrvlco tho early part of next
year. The craft Is A wooden vessel.
She will, In all probability, bo sta
tioned here, to carry supplies be--tween
tluani, Midway and other
place, and Honolulu.
they showed their Intense Interest In
the Issues of the campaign, and when,
at 11 o'clock the last word had been
spoken, there could not have been
less than 1000 pcoplo at tho park.
W. A. Kinney got his, Saturday
night. His claims to leadership, his
light to expect the snpport of tho na
tive Hawallnns, were punched so full
of holes that they couldn't hold any
thing. Vlda and Keahumokii remind
ed tbo Hawnllans that it was Kinney
who tore down their flag, who oat as
Judge Advocato and tried thom before
a military court becattso they fought
for tho flag they loved and that bad
been thu protection of them and theirs
for a hundred years. This in the Kin
ney who now comes before tho Ha
waiian otcrs and asks for their oup-
i port, this man who has no uso for
the Hawallans and no lovo for them.
I ills heart Is still black.
And this man. this hater of Hawal
lans, is opposed as a leader to tho
nlll, the princo of the royal family,
Kuhlo, the man whom the pcoplo ven
erate. Which, asked tho spcnko.'s,
should tho pcoplo follow T
Drunk and QUd
For tho most part, tho meeting was
a quiet and orderly one. Tha only In
terruptions were thoso mado by a
couple ot drunks. Mahoo had Imbib
ed more of tho oil of joy than ho could
We Have The
In clothes to meet your de
sire. We hava had the prop
er qualities right along, aven
thoae of ultra-faahlonable out.
Considering the very reae
onabte price at which good
clothes ara aold nowadays,
there Is no excuse for any
man not to be dressed In ac
cord with Fashion,
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TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNEP FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
Is At Sea
(A 9oeta)ett Vitnn Fpeclal Cnblr)
CARACAS, Venezuela, Oct. 15.
President Castro Is III and an uprising
(A$$ociatU PrtM tpeetal CaU)
SAN' FRANCISCO, Cat., Oct. 15.
The Central American coastthaa been
swept by a hurricane. The damaga
amounts to a million dollars.
'I I IBJ
ESSEN, Prussia, Oct. 15. Tha
church wedding of Mils Bertha Krupp,
daughter of the famous gunmaker,
took place today.
carry comfortably, and exuberantly In
sisted upon sharing tho limelight with
tho HpcakcrB a part of tho time. Kin
ally he concludod that his place was
on the platform, whero ho could be
seen of tho admiring multitude, so he
climbed up and went to sleep. He
was quiescent for a time, but after a
whllo the spirit or spirits moved
. at again, and ho went dowji and, ad
vancing to tho center of tho open
space in front of tho platform, an
nounced enthusiastically that ho was
drunk and glad of It.
The only other interruption coma
from an Inebriated old Democratic
sister down in tho Amen corner, who
didn't like Vlda. Probably Vlda had
had her as a guest at the police sta
tion some time, for when he got up to
speak, she mado night hideous with
vile cursings nnd obscenity until sho
was dragged nway
Tho meeting was an enthusiastic
one, each telling point of the speak
ers being heartily applauded. B. Ka
ncpuu was chairman ot tho evening.
Among thoso on tho platform wero
A. V. Ocar, John Hughos, Rett Zablan,
S. Knnepuu, Ham Dwlght, Charlie
Clarke, J. II. S. Knlco, John Sheldon,
Sol. Kalclopu, (leo. A. Davla, W. T.
Rawlins, Dan P. Hanalo, N. Ffrnan
der, Chas. Hustaco Jr., Harry Murray,
C. B. Malic. A. St. C. Pilanala, Judge
Hookano, Rugeno Ruffandcaii, Mr.
KaKa, Harry Klemmc, A. D. Castro,
John Hughes, candidate for Repro-r-outathc,
was tho first speaker of the
evening, after tho Introductory nil-
A single day's delay may forever
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would have been accepted.
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TO MOMsl RULER8
D. Kalauokaanl Rr., the "grand if
old man" of tho Home Iluln par- 'V
ty, stated today that It was an
error to stato that Curtis tan-
kea has promised the Home Kill- it
era one-third the police force it
should ho bo elected Sheriff,
Kalaunkalanl n)t that taukea it
promised that fit he Is elected it
Sheriff and the Home Hitlers -.V-want
offlco on the police forco,
ho will give them room.
Thus It appears that tho prom- it
Iso Is broader than tho original
proposal as flrsL.gtvrn In tho mil-
Iclln. Iaukea has practically op- it
cned tho doors of the police
forco to tho Homo Hitters and it
agreed to make room for them.
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III HUH III
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(AimdalKt Prttt rrlil OiH.'
DURHAM, England, Oct 15. An
explosion today In tht Wlngette Col
liery entombed a hundred men. Twenty-seven
A civil service examination for tho
position of Internal Revenue store
keeper nnd ganger will be held on
Saturday, Nov. 3. Applications will
bo received by Vf.'V. Drake not later
than 4:30 p. m. Nov. 2.
dress of the chairman, Kanepuu. Ask-'
ing the support ot tho voters for him
self and tho rest of the Republican
ticket, the speaker referred to tho as
sertions ot tho Democrats that they
will swallow tho Republicans. "If
they do," he said, "they will find tha
first Republican they swallow lodged
Tho speaker deplored the uso of
personalities In politics. "Out," ho
said, "you can't play politics with Vld
gloves on, and I proposo to analyse
the records of the different parties."
Speaking of tho Homo Rule party,
ho bald that when they had control of
tbo Legislature they played such an
tics as mado Hawaii tho laughing
btock of tho nations; they passed bills
which were worthless or worse.
"And what has the Democratic par
ty dono?" tho speaker asked. "I do
not know of anything they have done.
Do you? They havo not had the op
portunity, and I think It will bo qulto
a whllo beforo they hava the oppor
tunity." "And the Republican party what
has It dono? Tho records of Its deeds
aro written deep In tha history of this
country. Tho first Governor, Judgo
Dolo, was an Immovablo opponent of
corruption; and our present Governor,
Geo. It, Carter, has placed tbo finances
of this country on a stable basis. Our
Legislature has passed lawa that havo
made this country what It Is."
Referring to tho "red herring that
tho Democrats havo drawn across the
track," the question of Cuba, Hughoa
said tho Democrats ask tho voters in
icturn a Democrats as Delegate til
Congress. It tha Domocratlc poller
nf frco trodo were carried out, It
would be as barren as tho top of DIa
mnnd Head. No man need worry
About the annexation of Cuba, for wo
have a Republican President, and
when he thlnkB It Is best for tbo coun
try, the Democrat!) can't -stop him.
Uut tbo Republican party Is working
to prevent annexation. There are 1,
300 immigrants now on tho way to
this country, eligible to becomo Amer
ican cltlicns and Republicans, and
that Is tho way wo aro going to pre
sent the annexation of Cuba, by hav
ing 100,000 voters to cast their votes
for the Republican party.
Voters Should Stand Together
J. 11. S. Kalco opened hla address
by stating that nothing elr.o than a
ilcslro on tha part of, the people to
get tho real truth ot what tbo parties
are going to do could have brought to
gether such a largo audience.
Kalco said that only the Republic
an party so far has given the Hawall
ans any work, so that they can supply
their families with fish and pot.
Therefore ho urged thom to stand by
tho Republican party as Lincoln urg
ed tho soldiers to stand by tho Union.
Ho called attention to the plank In
thu Republican platform urging Con
gress tu maku an appropriation of
(Afoclntrd Pmi pcfal CaUt)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. 15. The
contest to Invalidate the will of the
late William Wrlghtman was com
menced today. The estate la valued
at sixty millions of dollars.
(Attoeiated Trrtt Special Cablfl
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat, Oct. 15.
Five hundred men are at work clean
Ing the atreeta of the city.
Tho uso of colored papers for house
decoration, which was scarcely known
In China until quite recently. Is now be
Conscience money received yearly by
the Chancellor of tho Exchequer, In
Kngland, In default of unpaid taxes,
$250,000 for Queen Lllluokalanl to pay
her for tho crown lands taken from
her. The o'rrn 3"io"H ntand togeth
er, for that Is tbo only ... ii con
tinue the present prosperity. "Unit
ed we stand; divided we fall."
Republicans Will Suppress Dlvea
George A. Davis opened by the
statement that there are no angels
In the Republican party. There aro,
however, good men who aro candi
dates. "And wc givo notice from this
platform tonight," he said, "that If
you return a majority of our candi
dates, every disorderly dramshop In
Honolulu must close. Wo make this
promise and It shall be kept. It Is
not tho fault of tho police; It Is the
fault of tho law that these dramshops
are running tonight. The potty offi
cers sink Into insignificance beside tho
law. It wbb a Republican Legislature
that passed the County Act. This act
was passed over the veto of the Gov
ernor. Don't let them tell you that
the Republican parly supports thoso
disorderly places. And on tho 6th ot
November we aro going to eloct a ma
jority of tho Republican candidates."
Davis strongly endorsed the candi
dacy of W. (). Smith, whom he do
scrlb'ed as a strong man who Is not
afraid of tho Kxccutiva veto, Raw
lins and Qulnn wcro mentioned as
worthy candidates, well deserving of
tho support of tho voters. Long. Da
ls predicted, will havo an Illustrious
career in tho House ot Representa
tives, as a man who can not be brib
ed. John W. CathcarL said the speak
er, will be a man who will perform
tho duties of his onice honestly and
well. Tho entlro ticket should be sup
ported. The Homo Rulers, the Domocrats
and the Civic Federation wero bunch
ed together by tho speaker as parties
without a policy and without a loader.
If their candidates should be elected
Donn brook Fair would be about the
came as tho government they wpttld
give. "I do not bcllev,'! ho said,
"that there Is a newspaper In Hono
lulu which would bo willing to entrust
tho government to tho hands of tbo
Homo Rulers, the Democrats or tbo
L-atuei havea your spare
allvarware today and It
will be malm tor you
whan you want to use
It Inatojad of bains malt
ed over by tha fallow
who taken it while you
are sleeping. Thera Is
little cost, where we
look after It.
Trust Company, Ltd.
60 Millions Gold
8YDNEY, Australia, Oct. 15. The
Oceanic steamer Sierra sailed today
for San Francisco. Included In her
cargo la $1,500,000. gold,
TORONTO, Canada, Oct 15. Man
ager McOIII of tho wrecked Ontario
bank, admits a shortage of $1,250,000.
(Attmialtd VrtH Bprrlnl CbU)
BERLIN, Germany, Oct. 15. Twelve
balloons of the International balloon
race have not landed.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Referring " (ho acta of the Repub
lican ndm!r.l at Ion at Washington,
I ho (spcaVCf Id the Panama Canal,
being built under Its direction, will
proe of ln;tlmabla value to tho pco
plo of Hawaii, ard the voters of Ha
waii ought lo support the party which
Is doing this lor tlicin.
"If the opposition candidates, with
out a policy and without a leader,
fhoiild bo put in charge of this govern
ment tomorrow, wouldn't they be In
a pretty position? Now, It you think
you ran Improve the situation by vot
ing tho Democratic ticket, go to tho ,
polls and vole. It," concluded thu
Davis was interrupted several times
by a drunken man in tbo audience who
Dually had to bo suppressed.
Hcforo tho next speaker was Intro
duced, Sam Kamakala rendered a so
lo on die cornet, which was heartily
applauded. He said tho name of thn
selection was' "Forget Mo Not," to re
mind the voters not In forget to vote
tbo Republican ticket.
A Laborlna-man'a Advice
Sam DwFght made the next address.
Ho said ho was a laborer and would
alwnjs bo a laborer until bo died, and
bo was a candldatn by .virtue of the
voice of thu laboring people. Tho Re
publican party, ho said, Is tho party
which will help you and your child
ren. It Is well enough for tho Demo
crats to advocate higher pay for you,
but If they wero In power they would
hnvo lo sny to you 'Itean't be donp.'
With that argument of the Democrats
J 05 J Fort Street.
Home Ruler Leaders Tell
Him To Throw Down
A in cell nc of both the executive nnd
county committee of the Home Rule,
party vnn held til the Knlilllniilanl all
on Kiikul Ktrccl this inornlnn nl 10.30
o'clock Prominent nmong thoso pres
ent wero Senator D. Knlaiiokalani,
Itev .1. Keklpl, Jessie Makalnal, Win.
Mobsman, I), Kunllica, I). Knonn. J. M.
Pocpoe. J. Knkookoo, P. I.'ine, Kaul
maknole and others, numbering In nlf
about forty people.
Win Mossmnu, who Is n regular nom
inee for the House from the Fifth Dis
trict has withdrawn from running nnd
accepted the candidacy to the Hoard of
Supervisors District of Cna. with the
npproN.il of the County Committee.
This net Ion of .MoRsnwii'K has create
somn heated expression of opinion
among the Homo Rulers nnd hence tho
outsiders who wore originally admitted
to the. meeting were on motion of Win.
Knhlbaum requested to vncato their
Samuel Noar. the legal adviser and
tho regular nominee for tho alllce of
County Attorney, made appearance at
the meeting nt It. 15
It Is undortifood Hint when the prop
osition of Knlnuokalaui'n accepting tho
nomination ot tho Democratic, Sena
torial ticket camo before the Homo
Iluln County Committee, It set Ha" face,
dend ngnlnsl It, nnd Instructed him
rot to accept. As Knlauokulant Is,
iibovo nil, n Home Ruler he will tin
tlntihlroiy hnvo to obey tho commit
ted! (omtnaiid, nnd will liavo to re
tiuo tha offer of the Democrats.
out of tho way, the only thing for you
to do Is to stand by the Republican
rarty and elect Its candidates. The
laboring party In this country has a
great deal to do with tbo prosperity
of tho country. I advise )ou (o sup
port tho Republican party. Follow
tho motto of our great monarch (Ka
mchauicba I): 'Go forwnrd until you
drink the bitter water'."
Need More Police
A. V. Gear, candidate for Supervl
tor, announced that he Is going to bo
elected on the 6th of November nnd
after his clcctlonl ho will consider
himself ns a servant of thu people.
The pcoplo need many things better
HghtB, better roads, better police pro
tection. Whntover you want, come to
me and I'll try to get It for you. The
police force should be Increased '25
(Continued on Page :,1
Your grocer sells Pol Drcaktatt Food,
"Yes" for Wear;
"No" for Tear
Gun-Metal Calf gives more satisfac
tion when put Into shoes than any
other leather known. The strong re
sisting qualities makes It an ideal
fall and winter shoe. Although soft
to the feet and shines like patent
Icati-er It doean't burn llko old-fashion
calf Every buclnest man should
wear this leather. Four new lasts
added to our stuck. The Pic, Hulbert,
Potay and Baltimore, Both high and
$3.50; $4.00; $4.50 and $5.00.
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