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EVRN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, OCT. 15, 1906.
All visiting members or His
order nre cordially invited to at
tend meetings or local lodges.
HARMONY LODCC, No. J, I. 0. 0. F.
Mfet every Monday evening at 7:30
In I. 0. O R '.lull. Fort street,
K a. Ili:xi)UY. Secretary
C 0 llUI'TIX. N J
All vbltlrg bro'hora vrry cordially
MYOTIC LODQi:, No. 2, K. of P.
Meet' every Tuesday evening
7:3li o'clock lu K. of. V. llnll, lCi
Btrcot. Visiting brothers cordially
rltcd to Httsni'.
o.j. whitehead, c.c.
F. WAI.DRON, K.H.S.
OAHU LODQC, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets everr Friday rvenlrg at
K. I. Halt, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic l.ode. No 2, Win. Mo
Klnlej Lodge, No. i. and vlsltlog
brother, eordlally Invited,
A. H IVOND, C. 0.
A. KENWAY, K.R.B.
, I .
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge N'n. 618, II. P. 0. 13.,
irlll meet In tbcHr hall, .m Miller1
and licretanla streets, evory Friday
Dy order of thn B. K.
IlAIlUY H. SIMrSON,
it. e. aiuniuT, n.n.
4 Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. B, K.ef P.
., Vrets every Saturday evenlut t
I T:iO o'clock In K. of l'. Hall, King
.rssL Vlsltlnc brothers cordially In
I ItJ to atlsnd.
V . It il.
f . ,B. A.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
v Meets on tbe 2nd and 4th WKDN'IIH
DAY evening? of each month nt 7:30
o'clock In K. of P. Hall. Klug strcL
EbrIoj hYo Invited tr ai
0AM McKi:AC7JK. W.P.
II. T. JIOOHK, W. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TniDE N. 1, I. O. ft. M.
t Meotk every second and fourth
ritlDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F.
Vltltlng brothers cordially Invited to
W. V. DIIAKR. fiaehom.
1 a. rc MtrnriiY, c. of u.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 5GJ, Y. M. I.
. Meets ovory second ord fourth Wed
ucfilny of earh uiodMi at San Autonln
Hall. . Visiting brotnerg cordially In
"H (ted to attend.
T. F. McTIGHR. Pres.
E. V TODD, Seoy.
Colt Acetylene I
A Superior Light to all ethers,
Aceytlcne G? ! sunerlor In Quality,
and cbespncic radiates less heat, vlti-
1 ates the air less did has no Injurious
affects an the eves.
' For .urther partl;r.lars Inquire t
Also Calc'um Carbide of all sizes. In
', drumt and small cans, for Generators
end Automobile Lamps and all sizes
i and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager. I
Telephone Main 145, 143 Merchant 8L !
Delivery Wagons i
As to their neatness or shabblness
Business men, you'll admit It Is
moro profitable, If this Impression to
eustomsrs or prospective; customers,
Ic one of neatness.
Why not, make that kind of an Im
presslen with your delivery wagon7
Bring It to us and we'll repair and
repaint It at a low charge so well, It ,
will do so. 1
7 QUEEN ST. TeL. MAIN 47.
P, O. BOX 193.
C. W. 'ZEIGLER Manager
llliiuk hooka of all sorts.
etc., manufactured by tho Duller!
Ifrasiiv- Old mend 2'
e-! .llli-l -..lM M 1
!? j " "" I I T. .
!!!... 1 - I i-i
- - -J
"iiu...-. Ij J . .
1 If the paper on your wall Is to 'af
fected it Is cure to give your house
a dilapidated appearance.
Why not select an up-to date pat.
icrn from our New Slock and make
the houso look like new?
WE HAVE A
L,6W6rS OL V-iOOkC,
1?7 S. KING ST.
Tel. Main 193.
P. O. Box 192.
Lord and Belser,
Sewers, Qradlng, Pavlnu,
Black and White Sand and
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH t KnWAIAHAO 8T8.
.Wear Woolen Worsteds
' A new and comolete line of both
CnflNili nnd Amertcsn manufacture
now In stock.
Order now and have a stylish, long-
vcaring, well-fitting suit made to your
order from this handsome material.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King 8t.
NEW FALL MILLINERY
IVl I -..-. rit..,an
' doston building, fort street.
cr.n be obtained by telephoning
I - , MAIN 147
' and orderly your clothes pressed
: HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
COM Alakea Street.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRESSEO
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT OTREET.
FINE GUITS FROM $16 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. DI8HOP ST.
s Cleaned and Preiser! by the
HONOLULU PENOVATINQ CO.,
p-frit- J: J. Fern, Manager,
Rlcliardb near Queen Sts. All tele
phono messages promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
1 LOCAL ANDJLNEIAL
I Moro Is done with wordt than with
hands; and Bi'letln Want-Ad. words I
re the busiest words In the world, I
Tlie 'J lobe sells It uospev. I
Autos for hire at It Slablas.
I Try a clay al Hnlclwu this week.
Your grocer "ells Pol flreakfast Food !
Mllllnciy opcnlnc, next .Monday Mrs.
1 Dlekerson's, .
, It's the gas mow Dial makes thai
The Hawaiian Office Specialty Co. lu.i .
I all kinds "I olitcn Mippllcn. j
Tlio Nrbrnikun is on lliv wnj to Ho
I nolnlu from San I'mm lu).
You run Ret evcy variety nf chitEPi
ut the Metropolitan Meat Co
llnrmony l.odf.b, No. S. 1. O. O. F,
meets tonight at 7 .'30 la 1. O 0. 1'. Hall.
Dr. C. I). High returned ii.i the H, 8. i
l.tkcllko (rum n tiuidness trip to .Main-1
Henry Mny Co. nre cIvlnR fno
sample imckngcs of I'ol ItrcakfaM
Food, f '
Extraordinary rrdurtlons this wcoU
nt niom'M cm (.idles sklrt, Jackets nncl
Neatly furnished rooms at I ho l'op
ulur. )1, J1.50 and U per week. Kill
A (list class French cllcjsiimKer ilr
slrea cnK.iKeinents hy the day. Address
M. I.. Iliilletln.
Ilcniy II. Wllllnms' new residence Is
210 KIiir near Hlchnrds street. Tho
new tetephonu number Is lllue 1011.
Tliu tlenmer Kltiau went onto the
inarluci railway Saturday to lie oet
hanled nnd receive n new coat of paint.
Treat your Iron roof to a coat ol
"Arabic." Tucro is no better preocrv
ulho tundc. California Feed Co.,
A nun 'jer ol Bcntchmen were enter
mined nl tl." Walklkl Inn last Saturday
i.lKhl by Hob l'rnser, who perforined p.i
Holly Flour is rich In gluten. Thai's
inly one reurou why It's ro populat'.
All Krorern sell It. Theo. It. lUvletf
d C u;i'iits.
Handnome new curtains ul exception
nl nlues tind mi entire new line of
cushion envcrx, bails nuil belts ate in lie
nail at Sachs'.
Walklkl Inn Is nov.: owned by W. C.
Herein. Accommodations, nuppllea
and atteudanco absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the bench.
The llrltlsh steamer Auiilrallan
pulled cmlslclo the harbor Saturday and
Is sill) lylni; nt anchor there. Shu Is
to rill for the Sound In n few ilnyx
"A l.lbcrdncle," the I'oitimuece week-
- iiuviiiiiti siiJ I'liiifso' nirii'
ly, nniiunntTH Hint It will no longer Iw
the orgnn of llio Cntholle .MIbmIoii, rath
er llelssel will ftart n new nilnsiou pa-
If you lime u hoi foot the only tlilur.
Is lei rkldoo :,1 on October 20. S. I.. l
ctintci at l'mgrcHS Hall, .Music con-
Mem of ten pieces, liirnUhrd by thnidlnry origin ai thorn U u boycott u
Kuwalliou ()ulutctte. rt'niilini of Ilrlllsh itinj- bo.iU.
Tim light und silent running vll-
rox mid (llbbs automatic sewing mil
rhinn can lie piirrhnHed or rented nt H.
0. Ilnll U Son, New nnd second hand
iiiarhlues now In Block.
The new National (luard rlllo butts
il ICakntiko will soon be completed. In
llm near fuliiro tho gtinrdsmcn will
linio their elimination tests, prcp.inf
loiy to tho selection of u-Seaglrt teiini,
II rf. J, A. Uodauet tins mineil fioui
llin main building ".IoIiiifou Hiiu;c."
Pun oh bowl street, to tho mniil.n (ottagtt
011 enmo grounds, wIipio she will be
pleuteil to met her friends nnd cu-1
Heuiumber n. delicious dinner at the!
popular pi Ice of 0110 dollar Is srrod I
every evening on tho great cuil-elr-!
iuh.r hilial of tho Stfisldo Hotel. licit!
value for the money and coolest place
In town to dlue.
Save the middle-man's profits " by
iieaiiiig nireciiy nun 1110 tnior, ko,
leady-lo-wenr will rIvo 1011 the sails
taction clothes made for 50" nlone can.
We guarantee you will be satlsiled with
our elotlns, ftco. A. Aim tin, Hotel
Tho table wines from tho Wney-iiU
of the Nup.i and Sonoma Wiuo Co. urc
111 n class far supeilnr lu thu ordln.11 y
wines on Hie market. They have taken
Uic lilglii'st awards ut all tho exposi
tions. The sparkling wIii-r are inon
CNqulslte. I.uv.ls & Co.. Ltd., uolc
pgents, 1G3 King etuet. 'iMcphono
A report was received nt tho police
station yesteulay that Ueorgo Macy's
house, ul 214 Camp Jlcl.lnley ui.ul,
Walklkl, had been broken Into ami lob
bed. Sdmo Jowclry. it sum of money
and somo other property was carried
uway by (ho thieves, who gained en.
traneo to tho houso by smashing In 11
door and windows with an axe.
Division Head I.una K. II. MeKean
of Kllnucu plantation died suddenly
on October 11. Mr. .MeKean would havu
been CO years of age on Mnrrh 25, 1007.
Ho was born In (ilangow. Ho cumu to
tlio', Hawaiian' 'IslamlH In l$b2 11ml
worked on tho Sprockcls plantation for
six years. Paauhati xoveu years, Wnl
unao two ycais. nnd Klliiucii two year J,
He was married on September 21, 18ts.
Mr. MrKcnu wns a Mason, belonging to
It MnKoulc lodge In Scotland.
Fiuiner Chief Yoomnn Diiuu, who for
the past five years haa been uttnchcii
to the Honolulu Nnvnl Slutlon, nua
iiotllled last Friday by cable that ho
had been promoted to tho otllee of Pay
master's Clerk. In his now position he
will not bo illicitly attached to thu
hluff of Paymaster llrooKe, Mr. Dunn
llfti. lilitl 11 lift etritrir fiw Inlncnncu Ifn
"I") IJV IS III tSIW SI14 IU tkll J Vtl I D IV 1
was present nt the buttlo or Saiitlflr,
as n member of the new of the lial-'
ticsnip uiegon, unci iiuriug his coiinee-
Hon with tho Naval Ktutlon hero has
served under six paymasters.
A Utile Japuuobe baby, pressing its
tin- to the track to listen to tho ap
proach of tho coming tittln near Kw.i
station, was ttruck by an engine of tho
Oalm railway a few days ago and In
btnutly killed. Investigation showed
that no blame could attach In the rail
way company 01 Us cmplnjcrM for Hie
sad accident The gilef-siileken pai
riils nro tho only onua who are lu nny
way responsible The fulled to wntch
tho chllil and remove it from the tracn
when the train wns approaching. Tho
railroad peoplo guo them' financial nt
slstuuee, but thu puienls who uihlscd
that tho lompauy could not be held re
sponsible for the death of the child.
Do I Need
. No, don't need 'em,
'cauio I can't read. If I
eould read I'd get glaises
sure. I'd uo to '
A. N. Sanford,
HAWAIIAN IRON FF.NCE 4 MONUMENT WCRKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.. 17C180 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
TERRIBLE STEAMER FIRE
Ilnnplior.K, Oct. 1.1. -Tim htcamcr
Ilnnkow, tit Canton, burned at the
wunrr nun niimiieiis or t'hlncc in the
Hieriii:n w,.ro incinerated or riiurncil.
nuuiie.iii pasieiiKiri nnd the new
A Mllllliblft cnticn of Hllk wns dciK.
Tho lle of 2u0o Chlli"..e III thu Hoe.'
ago were indauecrcd by I ho lljiuo:.
Sixty feet'of the pier, 10(1 yards dis
tant nom infi stean.er, wcto burned.
Seventy-live corptes l.nvo In en rc
rovered. It Is bellevod tlic III wiiK of lucen-
MILLIONS FOR HOGPITAL8
lindon. Orlolir !!. The I3wls will
luivei S3.um.nun .to hiMpltils mid tl,
(Kni.ouu for dtt'lllngfi for tlm poor
TAFT GOES HOME
I I'naim. Octii. :i. Seeictnry Tuft, Ak-
bUlatil Kei'i'rliiy I la con mid llrlgadlet
ncncinl FutiKiim luive left for thu Unit
RAILROAD FOR ICELAND
Copenhagen. OU. 13. Iccluml ! to
build 13 mile of lullmud.
FLOODS AT PANAMA
Panama, Oc. 13. Floods hnjocuuicl
losses in the Intel lor.
H.m rianiNco, Oct. 13.--There w.tslnw can 1011 expect to have
11 'inrmy meeting of cltUcns last t mi
lug at which provlfloii was made for a
umimim-o or una iltuiilicd to rid thetl em. nnd that forco Inhullleleiitly
my oi 11 thieves. Abu liner made a
speech in which ho defended tho ad
ministration of Mayor Schmltz.
Seneca, s. C. Oct. 13. Tho South
Cirnllnit Negro College hcio has been
dnitioyeil by dynamite.
U. C, FRESHMEN WIN
S.'nnfonl, 0 I 13. Freshman games,
Stanford 0. University of Callforul.i a.
HOLY VAK SERIOUS
Alglcn., Oct l:l Tho iJuly War In
tho Interior Is serious.
GORKY GOES BACK
New Yin k Oi tolier in. Maxim Guilty
lias bulled for Naples.
SL 1'eternlmrir Oct II Hcimr-il
Slnesse 1 Ss Hired cm account of 11
ueiQJtriHts 111 tun nurtloiis.
REVOLUTIONISTS GET ARM3
Wiirsaw, Oct I4.r-The levolntlonlsls
vro obtaining nrms which the govci.i
luent has been jiui i-lititlug lu (Irnn-.iny.
TEN MILLION DEFICIT
WnBlilngtou, Oct. 14. Postmaster
tleuernl Cottelyou's report for tho lust
fiscal year shows $(J126.96.36.1993 icrclpU
mid 1178,110.779 uxiiendltuios of the
l'obtolllcu Depaitment. or n dellell of
London, Oct. 1 1 Kir ltlchaid Taugu
Chteiiifii. ll.-i ll.'riii Am.irli-iintt
havo won the baseball cliiimplunsliii
or tho win Id fmm tho Nationals lu tho
COSTA RICAN HURRICANE
Port Union, ("obtii lllcu. Oct. II. A
hurt'U'unu lu this section lias ciuihiiil a
loss of 11 ipiaiter million dollars.
RIOTS AT RACE8
Paris, Oct 11. -niotR tock placo over
an iiiiB.'illt.riii'iiiiv fpirt nl tho Lung
rlinmps rncos followed b) nrrrsts,
CHEAT BALLOON RACE
llerlln, Oct H -yovenlecn bullooiia
li.uo Hliuleil In tho Inturuutloiml raoc
lor thu Kuipcuu's cup.
3JJ- BULLETIN AD8. PAY -eWJ
IN TWCNTY-FOUR VOLUME6,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Greek In H.uvartl Unl.ertlty.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGE8
MODERN HI6TORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Payments At
Win. C. Lyon Co,
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
SAFES, IRON FENCE,
WANT8 TROOPS TO STAY
Warliltitrton, Oct 11. (Scncral Wood
Ik oppoced to u reduction ol troops lu
FATAL TRAIN COLLISION
l'.-uW Oct. I.I. Nlpc were killed nnd
nineteen Injured lu n railway colllslou
Oakland, Cal.', Oct. II. A highway
man ban murdered u watchman and n
Tho Monunluu Democratic Club
which was orgunlicd Friday night,
elected tho following officers; Andrew
K. Williams, president; Jno. K, Molcu
niuln, vice pi-oildent; Wllllnni Kan, Jr.,
secretary; Halemnno. treasurer; execu
tive) commute-: .1. Kuliikulu Aluul,
Alatna Nahoku, J, M. Keohoalll, D. Ka
pele, J. K. Mokumahi.
lwcnty-(lo uiemberK hno been en
rolled, nnd it Is the first Democratic
organization lu Mojinrluu. Some
1111 unbeaten ehatnplon. In 'other
ilny mid having the Twijlghl). tnko n
CROWDS AT RALLY
(Continued from Page 1)
to ."u per cent. How can you expect
tlieni now to chnso sncnl; thieves oior
nil the territory they hatu to cover
with their present small numbcrsi
i mails put lu good condition when you
'iuci only n smull force working 011
paid? How can you expect tu havo
1110,'K lights when theio In not enough
money to supply them?
"Our County law Ih u good law, but
it muni be amended. k that your inon
oy will not nil go into the Tciiltculal
luni, but will bs spent heie,
"And who ever heard of a County
government having tu turn in to tho
State the money collected for li
censes? Wo want that money here.
Wo want 11 high license.
"If ou elect me, I am going tu uso
all of my efforts to bring llicso
Vlda and The Machine
Vlihi nnlil In part; "I linvo no prom
Ucn to make. I atand on my record.
A grcui deal has been said by the
Democrats about tho so-called Ilenub-
licun machlno that wo nro supposed
In havo. It In true that thu police
" '"" " ' ""' lllut "" liuncu
'arime " forty delegates In tho
ronenllon of 207 delegulcs? The
convcnlloii was composed of liurlncKs
man und all Interests. Wns there any
Incllon tlint controlled tho whole or
n naif of that convention? Tho tea
ou of these attacks hy the Democrats
fs Hint they know It was tho Republi
can party that gave us County govern
ment. They know thnt this County
government has been successful.
Their cry Is to smash tho machine,
but Is not tho machlno that they
want to smash; it is tho Republican
p.uty. Hut they will never do it. Wo
mo on top to stay. W. A. Kinney
will net or bo successful, W. A. Kin
ney bnys ho Is willing to saerllleo him
telf to carry tho day. Who Is this W.
A. Kinney? Is ho tho man who fought
lor annexation? Did he tnke part lu
the Piovlstonal Ootcrnnient? Is ho
the man who but hh Judge advocate
and tried somo of tho Ilawullans and
11 1 so bomo foreigner!)? Did ho not try
them because thoy fought for thslr
cuuutr'H Hag? There Is not a person
who will deny It. And jet ho cornea
before yon as n Democratic leader In
a wolf's dlsgtilu', nuking for your
cites. I an I; oii tu voto for the
straight Republican ticket on tho Cth
of Not ember. Wo don't wunt nny
scratched ticket. Knry man elected
ought lei be n Republican? Voto the
tieke; from Cupid down to tho last
man on It,"
Charley HiiBtaen slatted thu crowd
laughing ns 1,0011 as ho hfgan lo
tpeulc. "Am I 11 iiiallhiul?" he ubked,
"or u uutlvo of tho noil 7 l I urn 11
native of the" soil vote for me." He
urged tho voters to support nil the
candidates, "even bald-headed Cath
cart, because he's smart, it I'm
elected, I'll help everyone, rich nnd
poor. The Do-.nocrnts say If they're
elected they'll give you $1.50 a day.
How cau they do it? If we're elected
we'll give you $10.
He spoko briefly and closed In n
burst of -applause.
W. T, Rnwllns said; "The Demo
crats nnd Home Rulers have attempt
d tu bile holes In tho Republican
platform, but Ihey hae made ns much
impression cm 1) as t would If I wero
to try to blto Into a rnstlron pie. Tho
Republican platform was drawn up
nfler careful consideration, R Is
btoad enough lo cover every Issue."
Tins speaker referred to tho County
Act, caytng Its provisions must bo
broadened nnd tendered permanent.
We mutt approach the matter not ns
n bull would approach n hayrtnek,
blindly, but wo must approach It in
telligently. In order to inako these
chances It Is neccksiiry that wo have
a Republican Legislature.
"lu tho platform tho Republican
paity haa recognized the fact that the
coming generation is the backbone of
the country, and wo have provided for
an Increase in tho salary of tho
teachers of that generation, Wo must
give our children an education so that
they can keep abreast of the times.
(Jive I hem a better education than wo
Referring to thu question of liquor
Menses, the speaker said that bene
flts accruing from tho licenses should
be for the people hero nnd not for
"Let us njniiil shoulder to shoul
der," snld Rawlins; "Hnwallaus nnd
baolcs; w- nro all American citizens.
Put the shoulder lo thu wheel and let
ue work for progress nnd prosperity."
Rawlins concluded his speech In
Hawaiian nnd wns heartily applauded,
Another Crack at Kinney
W tl. Kaliumokii appealed to the
voters to voto tho Republican ticket,
basing his nppenl on tho record of the
tarty. Like Vlda, he referred tn the
tecord of Vr. A. Kinney. "Who Is
this Kinney?" ho snld.' "If he Is tho
Kinney who toro down your Hag. how
can you support him? Ills heart is
r-tlll black. And who Is the leader of
'ho Republican rarty? It Is our
prince, K11I1I0, who represents thu
whole! ro):il family. Whom nro you,
polng to stand hy the man who tore
down jour Hag or the man who Is a
member of your roj'nl family?"
Sllva ,1 Man Without Principle
A D. Castro referred to the speech
madu the neck before by his oppon
ent for Representative) (Slha). The
statcmeir made that tho Portuguese
hud become Democrats since tho last
election mid would vote the Democrat
ic ileket, Castro denounced fnlso mid
unreasonable. "Thoy will, remain
(rue to tho Republican pa'rtj-," he
said, and tho statement wns greeted
wlili applause. "Tho statement of my
opponent iefl"els upon, the Intelli
gence of the Portuguese. The other
statement that ;ho Portuguese have
left llio Territory by thousands on ac
count of tho Moloknns is false, lmg
belore the Moloknns arrived the Por
tuguese went In California because
they hclicw'd thero wero better advan
tages there for their children. If tho
Democrats over come Into power In
thu United Slntes those families will
let urn to Hawaii, whcio tho Republi
cans nre In power." Castro referred
to Sllva ns n man without principle,
who misrepresented tho Portuguese -
tor his own Interests. "I denounce
the right of nny man," said Castro,
"to speak of tho Portuguese In such
terms ns he did."
"Tho Democrats," ho continued,
"want to foul the Portuguese with
their tnlk about the land laws, prom
ising lo enable them to acquire tho
laud on Punchbowl in fee simple.
They may fuol n few of them with
filch promises, but not many."
Judgo Sam Hooknno of ICwa follow
ed Castro with a reference to tho Dem
ocratic promise to rnlso wages. "Tho
Republican patty has practically donu
that alieady," ho said. "As to any
dives which may exist In Honolulu, It
Id up to tho Republican party to put
a stop to their evil-doings,"
C. U, Mailo urged tho support of tho
voters for A. M, Drown, because ho
Is father of tho peoplo. "Give your
support," ho said, "to Kuhlo, not lo
that haolo McClanahan. Let's voto
for tho Republican party, because tho
Home Rulers nnd the Democrats havo
no salmon o offer j'ou,
llernard Keloknllo, "tho boy orator."
bald he was proud because ho had al
ways been 11 Republican. lie told of
j tho ptospuilty that has alwaj's attend
ed the supremacy ot tlio Republican
piirlj', and urged tho voters to vote
lor tlio straight Republlrun ticket.
Kelckollo's address was the last on
tho pinginui, und at Its conclusion the
Mill huge crowd broke up.
In the Palolo water enso wlflch wus
bcloro the Supremo Court this morn-
I Ing, the court decided not to admit the
deposition taken rrom Ktpert H. Clay
Kellogg as evidence. Tho deposition
received fiom California In a Healed
envelope will therefore remain til Its
present condition till after tho deci
sion Is rendered Tho further" argu
ment of the eases will bo henrd before
the Supremo llench tomorrow morn
ing. The following resignations of mem
bers ot Boar do of Registration have
been tecelved and ueeoptud by (lov
01 nor Carter; W A. Todd, chairman,
Illloj II, I, Knwowehl. Kona; W. (1.
chaliman, Kauai. M. K. Makckau has
been appointed tu fill tho Kona vacan
cy, llio other two being sent In nftcr
the ttoik for tho jcar wns completed
nnd thero being no need for reappoint
ment nt pri'i.ent.
Tho Weekly Edition ot tho Evening
Bulletin given a domplete summary ot
the news ot the day. For SI yTi
Multitude Of Meetings
Every Night This N
CAMPAIGN IN EARNESir.
CANDIDATES WILL HOLD FORTH
TONIGHT AT KALIHI, MO
ANALUA AND ALSO
The present week Is going to lie mi
exceedingly busy one In political cir
cles, both tho Republicans nnd Ibo
Democrats having madu iirepnrotloiiH
lor meetings every night, lu fact, there
will us n rule be no less than four meet
ings on most nights.
The Republicans will havo but ope
meeting tonight, In the Fifth District,
on the corner of King street and Ka
mchamelin Fourth road, lleiij.imln
Zablmi will preside. The speakers will
bo us follows;
V. O. Smith, John U Paoo, W. W.
Harris, John C. Uine, Henry C. Vlda,
S. P. Corroi, A. V. Hear, Joe Kal.ni.i,
A. M. Drown. Kanllionnl, II. W. l-clcl-wl.
I L. McCandless, A. S. Kalclopu,
J. W. Callicnrt. Fred T. P. Waierhouso,
C. F. Chllllngworth, Chns. Iluslacc. Jr.,
S. C. Dwlght, Jns. Hlckncll, D. Kulaiiu-
Tho Democrats will hnvo two meet
ings tonight. The Fourth will meet, nl
Solomon Mchcula's rcsldcnco on tho
Fort street extension, nt which thu
speakers will bo C. J. McCarthy, Clias.
Ilroad, U. P. laukei. W. P. Jiirrett. W.
W. Thayer nnd R. H. Trent mid others.
The Democrats of tho Flltli.wlll meet
nt H. M. Damon's placo iit'Moannlua.
Tho candidates who wlll'speak hern nru
Clias. II. Rose. F. R. Harvey, J. J. Fern,
II. T. Moore. Thus, tluiulall and Mauley
(1. K. Hupkliu.
The following meetings have been
scheduled by both parllcJ for the rest
of the week:
TUKSDAY, OCTOlllRt IC.
Cth Rep. Vineyard ntrocl camp. ,
Itli Rep. Kmma Squnro
Stli Dcni. Wyllle & l.llihn streets.
Itli Deni. Kuinulao building, Kaka-
WHDNUSUAY. OUTUHKIl 17.
Cth Hep. Wyllle and Jiidd titrccta.
Itli Rep. South nnd llalckaiiwlla.
Ctli Deni. Kallhl Camp'.
Itli Deni. ICmmn Square.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18. ,
Cth Rep. Kallhl Camp. 1 ,
Itli Rep. Punchbowl nnd Liir.o. ,
Cth Dem, A. Morris place, l'nlama.
Itli Dem. Knmnlllltl Church.
FRIDAY. OCTOHKR 19.
Sill Rep. School mid l.llihn.
till Rep. Not decided.
Cth Dem. F. R. Harvey residence,
Itli Dem. .1. Aen residence. Walklkl,
SATURDAY. OCTOHKR 20.
Cth Rep. No meeting.
Jib Rep. Club Stables. Fort street.
.'Hi Dem. Mo.innlun.
Itli Dem. Pnuo.1, Mchculn'H place.
Nothing, In Charge
Jailor At Pukoo
That Dlhblcu I lac, tho Jailor at Pu
I, no, Molokul, has been tho victim of
charges inspired from ulterior motives
Is the conclusion which has been
reached by High Sheriff Henry, who
has Invest Igutcd thu case carefully.
Ho has taken tlio matter up through
letters to various representative citi
zens on Molokul nnd finds, that thu
cliurgo that lluo was drunk Is unfoun
ded mid that tho complaint, which was
signed by thu tiiimu of David Kiiknnl
wns really written by n minor politi
cian on tho island, who has become
so disgruntled at defeat that he Is us
ing other methods to try to get back
ut tho Jailor.
Poht Oflleo Inspector Hnrc, when
asked what he had donu about thu
charges mailo .against line, stated that
ho had not completed his Investigation
as yet, but that ns far us ho could
learn lino was cndoiscd by tho ropre
seutntlvo people of tho Island. Ho will
of com so eomplclo Ills Investigation
and make his report to Washington.
Thero have been u number of re
tiirus received fiom the other Island!
by Chief Clerk Ilucklaiid. Tho Increasu
In the number of voters registered hub
been umnll und lu one case, that of tho
First DIstllct of Hawaii, thero has been
ti falling off.
In the First District of Hawaii tho'
total registration was 1CC3 this year us
against 1UU In 1904, a loss of til. On
Maul the leglstiiitluu for tho current
car wus 2U92 us against 20 II two years
ago, nil Incrcarn of CI. Kuuul alsu
showed a small Incrcabo thoro being
1110 this jcir us against 1033 111
I IK) I, that Is, 73 more.
There will bo Homo Rule meetings
ut Kowulo residence of J. Kcklpl and
Kallhl Camp nt 7 o'clock tonight. D.
Knona will preside at tliu Kowmo meet
ing mid David Kuplhca will attend to
tho meeting ul Kulihl camp.
The speakers nt tho Kewalo Homo
R11I0 meeting this evening will be I).
Knlniioknlmil, J. Kcklpl. Wm. K. Knlet
hula, gnml, Noar, At Kallhl Camp Hi"
speakers will bo S. K. Olll, I). Kuplliea,
Rest cup of cortco In tho city, New
. vac, . ,
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