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EVKNWtl BULLETIN. HONOLPLO, T. 1U MONDAY, OCT. IB, 1900.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 15, 1906
LOCAL AND GENERAL .
i "i "I r i t !.!..
FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRAT8 ARE RE8PON8IBLE
TRIED AND FOUND WANTING
Jinny of tho Hawaiian nnd Anieilean-l'ortur.iioie cltltona of this Torrl
tory have been censured by the dominant jiariy for their alleged political
Inconstancy. We really sec no valid reason for reproving them for their
change of political attitude; liut, on tho other hand, we do see much woithy
of commendation In their conduct. It should bo no surprise to find, In a
community ns young In Amerlcnn political life as Hawaii, n largo proportion
of, tho voting population accepting nt Iho outset as trun whatever their teach,
era (tho Hepuhllcans) chose to Inculcate and whatever they discovered N
ho believed by thoio around thorn. Their political creed being thus Insonplbly
formed, they would hnvo continued to'bcllevo theso doctrines without nny
proof, had not their experience furnished some contradictions which proved
their nbsuntlty. Wo know that there Is always an element that seeks aflllla
tlon with tho dominant party for the "loaves and fishes" It has to distribute
In tho shape of patronage; and It was natural to expect that thli element
would, nt tho time of annexation, aftlllalo with Iho Ilcpubtlcan party, which
was In ascendency In our National government nt that time; but theso nra
riot tho dissenters. Asldo from this clement, however, wo find many worthy
clllicns who united with the Kepubllcan party at that time, Ignorant of Its
fundamental principles, nnd when they later on discovered that Its party
principles did not represent tho character nnd progress of the cltlicn they
could hardly bo expected to maintain their allegiance to political traditions
which wore contradicted by their reason nnd at variance with tho testimony
of their seines. Again, when n party In power repeatedly falls to fulfil Its
pledges to Its constituents wo nro' unabln to seo how It can expect loyally
from tboso to whoin It has not been loyal, or charge with instability of politi
cal fnllli thoiio who merely took It on probation. Others when they discov
ered lis Jugg'cruaul-car methods employed In convention, promptly side
stepped It. '
AN OVERWORKED DELUSION PUNCTURED
Until tho people of Oahu grew wise and eleciod a couple of Democrat!
to offlco It was easy for Republican spellbinders with not too fine a senso ot
truthfulness to make tho rank nnd tllo or Hawaiian believe that with tho
Democrats In power tho country would go to tho demnltton how-wows. Hut
now 'this time-worn delusion has been punctured, and tho Hawallans have
learned from actual experience that tho Democratic minority In tho county
Kn eminent lias contributed more to their welfare than the Republican mr
jotlty. This was evidenced when 1'Ved. Waterhouse, n one of Ms early
speeches, was claiming with great unction that a Republican county admin
istration had nlono away with discounts on warrants, and a cry' came from
the-crowd, "What's tho matter with Trent? He did It." Tho policemen nnd
tho firemen and tho roadworlccrs and the merchants have not forgotten that
i lillo, .lliey woro drawing ono hundred cents on tho dollar from tho county
treasurer's offlco (with h Democratic Incumbent), the school teachers and
tho Hoard of Health men and other merchants were able to get only ninety
eight cents on Iho dollar for their warrants drawn on the Territorial treasury
(with -a Republican Incumbent). Tho Iliilletlu had some very Interesting
lattodnn on tho subject a year ago, which wo may borrow and run In these
columns If our honored opponents persist In their efforts to steal our thunder.
Or wo may report 'em to tho policel
DEMOCRACY 8TAND3 FOR THE MA88E8
. Tho doctrine that Democracy stands for tho masses against all class leg.
Islatlon Is not 'the claptrap of tho practiced demagoguo, Its authenticity bel'Jg
substantiated by rcvent events In party circles. Witness tlo section of tic
local Platform relating to tho "l.nnd and Water I'ollcy," wherein It Is stated:
"Wo ngaln declaro the policy of tho Kepubllcan party In this Territory,
wheieby largo areas of land nnd valuablo water rights are still being alien
ated from tho public domain for the sole uso of corporations or persons
nlready possessed of largo tracts ot laud and privileges, a positive meimcu
to tho upbuilding of an uutrnmmelcd electorate In theso Islands." Witness
nlsn the adoption by our partisans on the mainland of tho following, maxim:
"No mnmwho Is officially connected with a corporation that Is seeking privi
leges ought to act as a member of a political organization becnuso ho cannot
represent bis corporation and the pcoplo at the samo time. Ho cannot servo
tho public while he Is seeking to promoto tho financlal'lnterests of tho cor
poration with which be Is connected." As lha Democratic party geek to
facilitate In every manner tho access of tho young and poor to tho sources
of wealth and power II must of necessity stand as a bulwark against tho
encroachment of the party which Is merely defensive of property.
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ONLY A MILD CASE OF RABIES
Tho editor of the llulletlu Is u nice fellow. Wo know him. We hnpo
nono of his friends will be frightened at tho symptoms ho Is showing just
now. It Is only a caso of political hydrophobia he Is suffering with. Doubt
less he'll foam at tho mouth and perform some peculiar contortions before.
It Is over. Tho crisis will come about November Cth. We don't think wu'll
have to bury him not all of him. Hut he'll doubtless como out of It n wiper
and better man. And then ho won't throw n fit every time, laukea lilts
across his lino of vision. For laukea will he sheriff, and ho'll want to "?tand
In." "Two-Faced Promises Made by laukea" will vanish from Hullelln head
lines, nml In its place will bo something llko Ibis:' "Col. laukea CIcatiH Out
the l'olleo Stables. An Era of flood (lovcrnment Hegun"; or: "(lambllng
Tabu. Tho l'eoplo Happy. Col. laukea Inaugurates Much-Needed Reforms
lu l'olleo Administration": or: "Tho Alameda Takes a Iirge Ciowd. Sixty
Gamblers nml Prho-Flghfcrs and Former Police Hangers-on Uepu-t on tho
Popular I.lner. PcttyRobbcrles Hnvo
MAY PROVE A BOOMERANG (
Henry C. Vlda developed unite, a virulent typo of oratory at Aala Park
an Saturday night when ho attempted to dhfcrcdlt W. A. Kinney, whose u
RelllHh work for clean "pollllcn and good government entitles him to tho grati
tude of tho good people of all parties, races and creeds. Will Mr. Vlda deny
that IiIb illxparaglug remarkn about Mr. Kinney would apply with equal force
to Republican Chairman Robertson and Republican Caudldato V. O. Knilth?
Mr. Kinney In not a canilldato for ofllcc. Mr. Smith, In. Peoido who blow
pimp bubbles shouldn't1 use pitchforks.
Our good friend, Oeo. A. Davis, tho flatulent champion of "the machine,"
decluied In his Kpeech last Saturday night that If Hie Republicans wero re
turned to power they would close every low grogiiliop In Honolulu. Tho
vehement (Icorgu should remember that tho "Ipso dixit" of Iho Itepub'.lcau
party Is no. longer legal tender with tho electoraio of this community and
1 that Iho platform of tho Democratic party glveB the formula of thy? royal
euro fur thai Republican Liquor "Bull".
Tho llulletlu la working over-tlmo trying" to prove that Arthur M. Brown
should be re-elected to the ollleo of Slfeilff because he has had experience,
while his opponent, Col. laukea, would bo a new and untried quantity lu the
(illlee. On the Bamo lino of argument wouldn't It bo a shamo to turn County
Treasurer Tient out In older to put an untried man In his place?
Tho Democrats havo a ticket composed of good men from lop to bottom,
nnd oveiy mother's son of thorn Is working hard for clean politics, and gond
gt)cinmeiit. And not a man In the list needs to bo apologized for.
"May tho best man wlu," Is tho attitude of the best people lu tho County,
nppaienlly, ami If Ibis sentiment prevails on election day tho people will
have n pi oof ot Democratic elllcleney in the next two years,
Wonder If Ciam Johnson's Kakanko colonizing scheme has the backing
of tho Hunters' Association? The llulletlu might interview a lew of tho for
elgu members on tho subject.
-Col. laukea Ih Making (lood "
Tho audience nt the Democratic meet
ing at, tl.; residence of Joseph Acu nt
Walklkl last .Ji.turday night was prin
cipally attended by ladles nnd young
people, though theio were some lew
oters piesent. Uenehcs wcto arranged
In the ).uil for the iiriouimodiitlon of
the people, nnd ton blights llliiiiilni'il
the scene. Tho meeting was presided
overbuy Albert Knuwe, who iiildrexd
the audience before the nrrhtil ot tho
Mosei palnii, the gieat Kicker again?)
the Hoard of Health, said that he h.W
been regularly nominated Lift Hcplcm
ler nnd bad a perfect tight to nsk for
Mites. Palau made a strong nrgiiment
against the Hoard of Health nnd called
the attention of the nmllence to the fact '
that'll was nut ft Hoard of Health but)
flll.ir.l of flnlfli lit. ti'fia till full .if'
......... ... ... ..., ..v "- j
spirit nt this moment that he broke out
lu plain Knnllsh. asking "What In h
they were here for, ntiyhnw?" lie mid
further that that same Hoard was send
ing to the leper settlement Hawaiian
with bent lingers nnd clocked mouths, '
nnd neglected to send hnoles under slm-1
ilar londltloiis. Ho said lu closing
that the Hawallans will be .wiped mil
of existence If tho Hoard of Death kept
up doing It. ,
There being no othrr candidate! i
present Mr. C. W. AVhfoid was tut I o
duced. lie said that he Had always
spoken on tho poor man's side and .
would do so ngaln. Ho asked the audi
ence to compare tho two tickets. This'
Republican had drawn the color line,
ns they had only ono Hawaiian on their
ticket, while the Democrats had thief
Hawallans. There were three hnoleii
on the Republican ticket for the Hoard
of Supervisors and tho Democrats
named one. Tho Republicans gained
their votes nnd had given mi thanks
whaleer for them. Tho people had al
ways been under the Republican admin
istrations, but thn, country Is getting
poorer and pooler, nnd the llawallami
especially were losing their tinmen.
Wlu re were the homes of the Hawall
ans who formerly lived In Chinatown f
"Tail 1 kc nhl," said n woman In the
-Ashford said ho would nlwnys, nnd
still was, n personal friend of Drown,
but ho blamed lilm for running ngaln,
ns he had I bought that Hrown was nt
the last election running to get vindi
cation merely. He said that louimun
charges ngalust Hrown might not be
true, but where there was n gre.it ill
ume ot smoke there was mire, to he
flro It ono dug deep enough. W. O,
Hmllh. ho said, could not bn trusted,
as ho never wan a friend of the Ha
willnns. He was the one Hint hurried
the people to the Jail in 1895..
"Potolel" said one of the croud.
Chllllngunrth nnd McCnudlcan, con
tinued Ashford. wero good men. but
smeared with the Republican brush.
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IN ALL SEASONS AND TO
No bsverage allays
M.R. Counterfort St J
During Ills speech, Aslifoul had been
watching for tho coming of tho "Other
candidates nnd It was about luit.'i that
laukea and Huru'y rbowed up. but they
said very little us thn crowd had thin
ned down by that time.
TRIES TOJf . VIM
Tho tlamago suit of T. J, I'ord vs.
the Oceanic Steamship Company was
continued today beloio Judgo Dolo,
witnesses for tho defence being tin the
NAME Ot STOCK pild UiU'-l Did Aslto!
C Rrtwf t It Co -
fw Pit nUtlon Co ....
Ht Coin buft Co.
rfawtlUn Sutif Co
Huwrfttu htifif Co i.
HriWihia Suris Co .
Haiku S-irr o ...
Ktfhbfcu Hltnlailoo Co
Klhrl HMillon Co Lit?
Kluhutu SufarCo ...
1 t.tna Suf ar Co WHW.
McBryJ stiearCo -.
Gatii Suar Co ,..HWM.
Onom Sugar Co
Ooka'a itVftt f'ltnt .n
Qiaa f.urtt Co Lfrf M
Olnwalu Oi .. .....
Piatfiau Surar HiantCi
Pacific Su ar Mill ....
Pal Plantation Co
MfptVM5uar Co .....
Pl.-rwf Mill Co - l .
Walatua Agricultural C
WailiVi Sugar Crt ...
WalUikuSutar Co So
Waimjnatu urar Co
Winn MiIICj ......
I trr-UtanJ Steam N C
Hawaiian Electric Go
Hl It T At L Ln Com .
Mutuil IrtrphofM C
Oaliu K&L Co. . .
Hon, IUM. Co
It I I
8 l t
J 1 I
I JIOOI tot.)
lui -7 I-.
HivTrr anr HrCl
Mjv lrtt'1 4 P P
t(rliiinliii; iv3 .....
rtw Irr ji pc .
Mjw Irr ft pc
Haw lerr'l 4H p.C.
' Ph)V DC M ..........
Cal Ht. buz, ft Hal Co.
o p 1.
Halkti Supar Cn &nt
Haw Com fit Su Cu $ p
tiiw nurar i.oopc ...
HlloR R Co Con 6 pc.
Hon U T ft L Co 6 u c.
ICahuku Plant Co 6 p c-
Olaa Sucar L'iOpc.
Pat a Plant Cn.......
F'tonter Mill Co 6 p t -
waiaiua cnc t 05 01
Mcllrvj S Oi.' 1 -
Halea Session: 100 i:n. $2iJ to
ICuii, J2.-.75: 10 Walatu.i. JI',7.r.O; lu
Wnhiliia. ii7.M; 20 Hon. II. k M. Co..
j.'s; no Kiiiei. $g.r.u; no o. it. & i.. t:o.,
J'jo.r.; in t. it. n. I.. Co.. ti'ii:'.-,; io n.
c. & s. Co.. !ir.: is H. c. k h. Co.. js:
Dividends Hawaiian Hug.ir Co., 1 V-i
per tent; Oahu Sugar Co., per lent;
). It. &. I.. Co., V4 J'er tent; 1'ipecl.eo,
1 per cent?
Lateit sugar quotation, 4 cent., or
JS0. a ton.
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS, 9s, 6d
Thielen &. Williamson
STOCK AND BOND'BROKERS.
Member. Hon. Stock and Bond Ex.
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
tropic thirst as docs
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Then conic here for the rinp.
We have many beautiful engage
ment ritiKS ,narMinp; with pur
ity nml prices nrc ns low as per
fect jems can be sold for.
-i- - .. . . J mmw
stand. There was no now testimony
brought out, but a rather inteiestlng
tally occurred between Attorney vi.
A. Kinney and onu of his own wit
nesses. Assistant Sheriff Vlda, whom
tho lornier .tried lu ateuso of teBllly
Ing In a different line from thu Inror
muthiii which ho had given Attorney
Derby, for the defence, n few days ugo.
Vlda Click to the Hlatcme'nts which
he had mado before tho comt, howev
er, and Kinney did not put his brother
counsel on thu stand to try to Impeach
Evening Pnlietln 75ti Pr month.
Well, I say, If you are feeling blue, you certainly don't look Itl Of
course that is, if your clothes are ma de by us. We make garments that
have STYLE and GRACE and give to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DISTINC
TION. Wo make to your individual m ensure for the same price you would
have to pay for readytowears, and we give satisfaction,
8AVE MIDDLE-MAN'S PROFIT3I
Our Blue Serge Suits at $25. have no equal In town; THEY ARE
It It possible to buy some things In
the stores today at prices lower than
ever before In this city and the Bul
letin Ads. wilt tell you all the partic
Your grocer se::a Vol llreakfaet l'ood.
Willie Kte.im aiitim. Mtockyils blulile.
Tin; "County Beaton" elves two
columns of Democratic talk In the ad-
tf.illnhii. rfiliitnliu (if tbl'l inntln
Don't (oi net tliu Big HaS-tlUjn Hop,'
given by the A I.. C Alumni nt Prog-'
leii Hall, K.iturday, October 20tli.
May's old Komi lolfee li roasted nnd
gioiuid fresh every day. Price Kc tha
pound. Henry. May &Co. 'Plume Main ;
Dnclms recommend Borden's Kaglcj
Brand uindentcd milk in the Ideal loud I
fur liifnnls' food In this climate. It In I
absolutely sterilized. All grocers nell
It. Then. II. Davles & Co., agents. (
Charles Diiiiiiiii McKachcrn Hied pi"
pcraf his Intent to become n citizen of
i lie United States In the Federal Court,
Oils iiflernooii. They are the llrst pa-'
ptra of thn find llled under the new lav'
i elating to niitiiralltutlou. i
The I uea of the Pomona Dally He.
iev ot Sept. 28 mill Sept. 2'i both coil.
tnln leiiiitlij drtlclcs on Hawaii by
ltiien ii. iniMcy. one or tue vnuors uri
thn Kiiiithcrn Callfouila Kdltotl.il As-1
Koclailoii. dvserlblni: thn v.irloiis raiei
here. Ilielr habits and customs, as well
at the neeiile beauties ot the lst.iiidn.
.loliii I). While, n nallvo of Neulon,
loua, nnd a graduate of the Kansas C'lt
Ijiw ScIiikiI, has petitioned for the right I
to pr.ietlie law III Iho eoulU of this I
Teirltory. He is 27 years old and wni
admitted to the Missouri bar In 11)1)2
mid studied ill thn law department ot
tho University nt Michigan ns well ns
In KanriM City. Ills last residence was
In independence, Kansas.
By order of the lourt In tho case ol
.1. O. Curler, trustee, vs. J. A. Cummlua
et nl .1. !'. Morgan Inxt Saturday sold
nt auction a ten-ear lease of :vyj'i
nrrc nt Kallua. Oahu, ami the shMit
lug privilege on the samo land. Tin
least) wns bought by the Kallua Ithc
Planters Association for ?l!'.'i a )ear
and the shooting prhltege to order ul
I). I.. Aiiitln for $101 u year.
The harkcmlnc Archer, long In the
sugar liaile betwiea San Francisco ami
Honolulu, has lien Mild for a sum said
to be about Ji.'.otH), and will heieafler
carry 1 1 mo from Roche Harbor, on
Pilget Sound to San FiiiiKisro. The
Aicher takes the plate of the hrlgautlne
W. (I. Irwin, which has almost outlived
The Democints held n meeting it
Frank Harvey's Knllhl reclilence Inst
Hntiiidiiy night, at which the main
speakers went laukea nnd llnriey. Har
vey licensed (leu. A. Davis of having let
the "machine cut" out of the bag nt
Iho Zoo meeting. He reported that he
nml laukea had Just returned from
highly successful meetings nt Kwn and
Wnlp.ihu. Il.iney piomlsed (hat If he
were elertcd he would provide nil ecu
mimical government, which would
eliminate every trace of graft from the
The charge ngalnit Kiiust. the man
who could make whiskey out of any
old thing which he could run across,
using the mall with an intent to tie
Ir.iiul, was before the l'Vdcrnl (Irani!
Jury this morning. The mixture was In
evidence and mnin of the witnesses
wen fcrced to partake of It under the
Itistrui lions of thu foreman, much to
tli. lr regret.
KiiiihI ail veiled t lint he touhl r.ell n
receipt for lntiklng.wblnlcey with whlcli
lliiuor could he made for J.lin a gallon
which could not bn told from the II pel
gallon Ihpior, nhleh Is on sale In llin
local sIoiih. One Interesting fentuiu u
lu ilie fact that "llncliue of toli.uio
will glo nil inloxlciitlug effect" In the
The iceelpt was as followt:
"(Juilleya hark tgriiund) ....I drnchin
Cuiiuhls Indira. bliHEiinis .... '2 drahnnl
I'ou deled urlniim .in grains
Kiilnea pepper 2 oiljucfi
"Iis t the above Into 1 pt. ryo or other I
good whisky, shako occasionally for z
days. Kilter or strain and mid to 1
quart of I ye. or ultohol Is belter, mid
add to tills .1 oz. of aeetle ether nnd t
Imp of fcuipliurlc nctd. Kow make 1
ijuait of good tea of '2 '. of store tea.i
filter ir film In the le.i and sweeten with1
I oz. of sugar. Now add nil to Wi gals. I
of soft rlrnr water and color In the ilti-
sired color with burnt sugar dissolved
In as Utile water nit will dlai.oho It. To
give It a Hue old bouiboii flavor, mid 1 1
t oi. of esumite of wlnterggreen. You
then will liuie u gals, of whlskoy Hint'
will Impiovo with age. Do not use
mure canabls Indlca than formula calls i
for, as they aio very powerful, tliilnca
pcp'icr-ls iired to give strength In the I
liquor, the tnsto and sensation being
almost Identical to that of alcohol; usui
mure nr less according In strength de-1
sited, It Is not injurious, Tincture nt
tobacco 1 drachm to each ' gal. will
glvo whiskey an Intoxicating effect.
Make thu liquor stronger by using mine
alcohol or weaker by lidding, water.
Killer your whiskey If It Is not clear.'
" Absolute Comfort "
E Ladies' "Prince Albert" Comfort" Shoe 3
JJS1 Soft Flexible Sole, Para Rubber Heel, Elastic Sides, 3
g Easy Wcarinf, Easily Fitted. Easily Rcmovad
& Mclnerny Shoe Store &3
t FORT STREET
7.U.Ui.iiU.U.MUi ill UiUiUliUUiUiUiR
LJJ-1H.JJ i. - - . lJ 1. I.I I II
."bout a gas stove
to the cook that
money where there
where they have
wood. If you are
turn of mind, Why
and TRY OAS?
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Hotel Street Store
Napa and Sonoma Wine Company
You can get wines higher In price;
but, quality and price considered, It
v. ill be hard to surpass this brand of
table wines that has taken FIRST
PRIZES at both the St. Louis and
Lewis A. Clarke Expositions.
WHITE WINE8, and those exquisite
SPARKLING 8AUTERNE and
80LE AQENT8 FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
169 KINQ SrfiEET. 'PHONE 240.
In 6, 20 and 24 Button Lengths
Direct from the Manufacturers
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
that Is to agreeable
they will work for Iroc
Is one In use than
to cut and carry
of an economical
Not Be Consistent
AND THE DRPOT FOR BOBS OP
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
.We are selling FINE KEN
TUCKY BOURBON In bulk.
Won't you try a gallon?
Guaranteed Pure. Not recti
fied nor adulterated. .
'PHONE MAIN 36.
o AT o
The campaign bo far Iiuh been fommeudably freo from personalities and
mudslliiglug, ami It Is to be' hoped that It will lontlniio so to Iho end,