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nHNINQ ntlM.RTIN, HONOLULU. T. 11 . TUESDAY. OCT. 16, 1908.
I'ublleheil Hvi-ry lmy Kxrept 8unday,
at iro King Blrect. Honolulu,
T II. liy Oie
BUl.Lr.TIN I'UULIUHINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE (I. I ARniNQTON.. Editor
K'.tcrcJ nt tlin l'ostoluco at Mono
nolulu us second cling miller. .
t'lKblo In Advance.
Por month, anywnern le tl. S..J .75
lor quarter, anvhire in U.S.. 2.00
Peryear. anywhere U. S 8.00
Pcryenr postpaid, forclRii 11.00
lunnths f .CO
l'er)ir, anv-vvhure In U. H 1.00
Pet )iar, postpaid, foreign .... S..00
Territory of Hawaii, ) "" "v" ," ", l V, ",",.. . tr.i . 7
Honalulu ) " l,aRC c of tlic ,lllllr'" '' "aof"'ml
Country of Oalm. ) tlic Gazette tVimpntiv nnd reftsed even
O (1. HOCKUS. Uusllic Manasci '" J"Uor1",'"t mal"'
O the nUI.Ur.riN PUlll ISlIINd COM-1 Thp circumstances of this rcrnrl
I'ANY, LI.MITKI), licltiK first duly ' Me virtue, are nimislnR. "This Hum
e.orn, on oilh depwes and gays: Iccrailc column" vvns nuvor rofuicM by
mat the folltiwlnc; Is n true, and cor- the (larette Company b"cutie It was
rivt statement of rlrculillon for tho never offered that Institution.
v.lc1i ending Oct. 12. Rinfi, of (he Dal ' Some tnnnthg nqu n Democratic offl
l and Meekly editions of tho i:cn j rial nuked for advertising spare rates
lug flulletln. for a column or so of comment. Ho
Circulation of Evenlnn Dulletln. cecum! n rate from Hie Dnllo'lu.
Oaturday, Oct 6 ZS20
Monday, Oct 0 ,
Tuesday, Oct 0 . . .
Wednesday, Oct. 10 . ...
Thursday, Oct II
Friday, Oct. 12
Average dally circulation 2446
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
lucoday, Oct. 0, 1900 2486
Number of weeklies delivered on
the lilsnil of Hawaii alone. ...1094
combined uuarantecd average
BULLETIN IMJHl.lSIIINO CO, LTD.
by O (I. IIOCKUS,
Subscribed nnd sworn to be
fore me this 13lh day of
(SEAL October A. I). 190C.
V. 11 HUKNIJTTE,
Votary Public. First Judicial Circuit.
on i, l'joti.
Ucn the Demoei.itle I'nunty candl-
dstcs aeein In hno deserted tho head
of their ticket the candidate for Del
;ale. Gtraight-tlcl.et lollni; ninong ltcpuh
Means will plate cttklc nt men in Conn
t) ollko nnd cqinll ihle men In tho
Legislature. It Is the only thing that
Dronn promises nothing but u fair
'deal for all citizen. 'His opponent
promise everything. Ilcmst men clo
nal have to heslmte In making their
Home Uulera command their candi
dates to reject Democratic dndorsy-
ment, which Is very good proof that
Dcmocracj will havo llttlo rcclptoeal
(uppcrt dcaplto tho prodigal ami Im
possible prnmltscH. As usual, the
Homo Itulcrs will Hock by themselves
except as they Imvo to ehoo for tho
vacancies they hive left
It Is well to remember In this cam
jalgn that cltlzeua of Ilnwall arc first
American clttzcno, and any public nt
loinnces that arc straight appeal to
Ignorant prejudice me not becoming
Poll. leal enthusiasm oltcn lesulU In
broad assertions but attacks on lav,
an:l order night after night do not In
spin confidence In high standards of
So the Democratic Treasurer was
thft man who got the money for tho
Countv employ Ho would havo hnd
a lovely time without the integrity of
a Jti-i ubllcan Administration behind
tne uurrnnt and a tiepuimcan pinu
foi' . 'curing County funds from tho
Territory. As a chip on 'he Repub
lican wavo ho did thoso things In
wlilch only tho deficient could go
- Tho Increased attendance nnd tho
riithtisiasm with which thn Republi
can candidates are received nt tin- ral
lies held throughout the County tell
tho story of tho fully retained and
trowing blrength of the Republican
It Is the old story or the spirit of
unrest, worked upuu by spiteful and
disappointed agent3, gradually mic
climbing to the sober second thought.
Tho stability and the Integrity of the
Ropubllcan party and Its candidate!
cannot bo successfully attacked.
Home Rulers even aro beginning to
realize the atmosphere of tho times.
Notwithstanding the promlso of tho
Democratic "rsform" candidate to tin
politics with these gentlemen If ho he
put Iu ofilce the Homo Rulers are
quick to note that the promises are
hollow because our csteomed friend
will not get the votes to carry hliu
, Into otneo The Republicans have al
wavs given n fttlr deal for all citizen
nnd tho men of the third party prefer
this to tho Indefinite nnd wuvcrlug
Impossibilities of Ihnso who promise
everything when they havo nothing.
Tho effort to pruvci tho Republican
candidates of pum nnd untrustworthy
calibre has failed utterly The pio
potaU to vote other Ihnn tho Htralghl
ticket sic fnbt lit lug put, by thought
ful biKluess-uicir, In the buiiiO clisj
with the scheme to piotest against
the annexation of Cuba by voting for
the Democratic niiiillilnln fur D'le-
Kate 'huy listened In thu Idea mid i
forthwith dropped It
'I ho fully of prntrMiiiK iigulnsl llm '
liquor law by vntluu fur u cuiiilldiiio )
plluM'il by his linn riipporlers iih it j
i.fillly nnd iiiiliiiimn n-i'iiillly l at '
fcrwi, nml llm pimple II, I
'Jil llupiihlktiii 1'iiiiy nf h (iuiupj
ty nml Territory represents today, as
It ling ntvvnvg represented, the men
who ilo things and keep tliclr prom
Ices with the people.
Tor Hint reason It has Ik en nnd will
(ontimio to tic the winner
OH DEAR; AND THEN SOME
Our render must know II Is vvllh
fuHncs of In' deepest regict that Ilia
IHilletln rontcmplilci the solemn Ifor
lor expreised by tho Advertiser In
ileilliiK with the pun hate of advcrtls
tiiE gpaio In HiIr paper by n represen
tative Uemcicrnt iu express his views.
ro rusret nliJ tint tbo mornliiB pi-
er Is, ns usual, jo wide of ha truth I rlotli and ashes If the Dulletln were
in Its statements as to call to mliulh0 conimlt both murder nnd suicide,
the. assertion of President Rnasovelt ,nr r.-i1i" nr nnv thine Hue And nlneo
(that "the liar Is not a whit bfttor than
Thc inornltic; paper publishes ho
ttatement. "It Is proper to say that
nL. then vvrnt to the Attvcrtlsr and
secured n lower rnte for the sain J
space. The arrangement was iu far
closed that the otlle-'r of tho Dcmoe
racy suit In his first copy
This copy t
contained a slight roast on the Aihcr
tlser and It was rcluscd.
The purchase of adertlslng Bpaco
wag again brought to the IStillclln'c
nttcnthm n few da)s ago nnd the pamo
late was gltcn as nn Iho prelous oc,
rnslon. It was accepted and, iinlnt
Vurchased the ndertislng space, tlie
gentleman Is entitled to publish any
thing not libellous, from comment on1
the editor to a call for lotcrx to buy
their goods from John Jones. This
ndicrtlslng neither reverses nor warps'
the Btendlar Republican policy of the
llullilln, nml certainly docs nut violate,
this paper's spirit of fair play In al
r.an quoting public speeches of all
parties and partlzans as accurate!)
jimd fully ns possible, nml ghlug nil
Ij,,, cnua how
Ami, If wo bo grnnted an unpreju
diced opinion In the matter, wci bo-,
lluvo flint the advcitlslng spire pur-1
ibascd by tho Democrat In the Uuile-1
tin will have no moro heinous or Iu
iurlous effect on the reading public i
than the dissertations on electric bells
nu'd'lost mnnhood whkh have decorat-
cd tho pages ot our contemporary (le- I
voted to tho Biindajr reading of the '
community: " " ' "' "
Certainly the shocke'd sjidnscirB nr '
tho morning paper know that the pur
chase of, ndvertlhlug spate ln nc.ns
papers legardlcSH-of political faith Is
regular fcatliri of polltlcnr work at I
(be pirsent time on the mainland And
this space Is ured n the purchaser
wishes, within the bounds of clrt ncy i
Tho latest Issue of the New York)
HERTSCHE ,.,General Mni'aer
A leasehold near Kapiolanl Park,
Walkikl; has 13 years to run at an
annual rental of $6 00. Size of tot,
100x200. Improvements worth $300
on, premlces. Price $600. for quick
A home on Prospect Streot; Area
of lot, 7000 sr ft. Modern house of
i-i,i ,,. Ai.ki.. .i a i,-,.-. i..
eight room.. Stables, etc.-A bargain
Homy Watorhousa Trust Co.. IU,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sti
rVJJlujIjC ,r .,l.lltD , .
.VW, Vn vMocm -. oa Bifasz'S.
gystf- icV 1wui(twi .-.tuuf Acttn
Sunday World, which Is opposing Mr.
Hearst In the New York campaign,
contains a full page of Mr. Hearst's
campaign lltcrnturc which bitterly at
tacks many of the principles expound
Id by the World.
The I (Ira Is an lunovntlon In Hawaii,
and not the first one Introduced by
I this paper resulting In a broadside of
jfctlnkpnt criticism from the morn'ng
'paper. We believe, however, that It
I Interests the people and will be about
bh hirmful to the Republicans as the
usual run of Democratic nrguments
nppcirlng In tho published speeches
If wo havo tend the morning paper
nrlght In diivn goao by, wo Judge that
u would not ghroiid llscir In
, lloM nt ll(m, ,or joy nt tlc rccnR.
nltlon of the Iltillctln as a suncrlor art-
, ortinK mctttum. ac nssumu tir ron.
t,.mnrnry u i fr.ci Ba,i. enthuslnsll.
cnlly sorrowful because the Dulletln
Is neither dolnt murder nor commit
As nn rarnc-t of our fraternal feel
ing wo trust that our contemporary
will not go Into fits of nurvo.ts pros
tration over the sort' outlook of Its
choicn party, which bns como In tho
Dullctln'n advertising columns In or
der to get heforo tho people.
Certainly the Dulletln Is not worry-
ftng oer It, nor over tho grow Ins
strength of the Republican party,
which receive Its only consistent sup
port from this newspaper.
Thl nllnlNSAB IUiAM'II uminv IM
DEX, published In the Oaturday Bulle-
tin and the V.Viekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
tr.l notices, calls for tenders, Judo
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI Pr year.
H1ank books ot a'l sorta, ledgers
etc . rnsnufiiiturcd by the Dulletln Pub.
It's easier than
We are offering
HOU8E AND LOT ON
MAKIKI OT. $2150.
HOUSE AND LOT
YOUNO ST. $2500.
938 FORT ST.
SEC OUR WINDOWS
'FOR THE PARTICULARS OF OUR
" Monday, the I5th"
o OF o
As the Name Suggests, This Sale will
MONDAY, OCT. 15TH, AT 8 A. M.
GOOD GOODS IN VARIETY
WILL BE 80LD
AT THE LOW PRICES
that have made EHLERS' 8ALE8
Into the realms of Santa Claus by the
'buyer of , Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd., has
icsuiwa in tnoir cringing to nonoiuiu
' tne isrgost xnci mosi complete siock
0f TOYS and HOLIDAY G00D8 ever
'"'ought to the Islands. Those goods
. oy be)fj optned up jnd ,,,.
'cral public Is Invited to call and see
i the line,
tWall, Nichols Co,,
Washington, I). (J.. Sept. 29. Intci
vcntlon In Cuban nalrs by the Amer
ican government assumed dellnllo pro
portions todny by tho proclamation of
Secretary of Wnr Tnft, ns provisional
governor of the Island. Thcio uiu
Hi 080 who predict that this means Ilia
end ot tho Cuban republic, but nunc of
tho administration tiHlclils In Wavli
Ingtoii Will glvn any cxpicssleii of
opinion nt this time ns to the future
policy ot President Roosevelt with let
crenre lo the government of Culm,
President Rootovclt announced In hit'.
published letter lo Scnor ()ucs.idn, the
Cuban representative this country,
that Intervention would occur only
when It was found nccetsary for tho
protection of American life nnd prop
erly, In tho Island. On the other hand,
In tho light of present ovcnti, It i reins
that the provision known as the l'lutl
amendment Incorporated In the lic.il
with the Republic of Cuba whlc.li en
allien the United fclatca to Intervene,
was written Into tho constitution of
that country to meet Just such nn cmcr
Senators who framed tho Cubin
trcnty, and especially Senator I'lnlt of
Connecticut, who Is now dead, believed
when Independent c wna accorded to the
Cuban people, that the republic would
not last long and It was the general be.
lief that two years would be the life of
the Cuban government. Nothing ex
cept tho personality mid purity ol
I'rcsldcnl l'nlma nml his associates. It
Is claimed, has enabled the government
to maintain Itself until now.
Mnny prominent lenders In both ini
tios openly advocate tho nuncxnllun of
Cuba to the United States. Tbcro Is
no provision In tho Cuban treaty with
the United States permitting this, Mint
It Is not believed that the United Stnteu
vvoiiTd attempt arbitrary annexation
without tho consent of the people ex
pressed by popular volo or by n rep
President Roosevelt Is ever tho'hnui-
plon of fair piny among nations as
among Individuals, and his friends can
not bellcvo that he will arbitrarily
force nnnexntlon upon the pcnplo of
Cuba without their consent. It is
understood that bo proposes to give
tho Jicopto .imotber opportunity to
prove their ability to govern them
selves, after pence Is restored. To pro
ceed to assume permanent control of
the Island, by voluntary annexation or
otherwise upon tho first fnlhtro of Cub
an Independence, Is regarded by con-,
ycrv.itlvc men as nn evidence of bad
brace on tho part of the I'nltcd Ftitcs.
which created the republic and brought
It into being. "Rotxevclt will feci In
duty bound to givo the Cubans nnothci
Most of thn monitors of the Cabinet
havo relumed nnd President Roosevelt
lh cxpcctcJ .In ..Washington within thu
nest few diyu.' tTlie President will
then hnvn the rncmlierg of his laliltiil
cIosq at hand Icviywildcr. nil) Import
ant htcp necessary Iu Cubin nffulrb
Dul tho President has every confidence
In tho ablllly of Secretary Taft to cope
vvltb the tltuallon and it It iinderclood
the latter tins unlimited powers to art
Iu nil mnt tors which com em the vvcl
l.tro (if tho Island and wlilch will kpeetl.
Ily restore order nntl public ccmildeiicc.
' Dining the week tho Supervising
Architect James K. Tnvlor received and
opened the bids for tho purchaso of u
post onitn slto at Honolulu In sub
stance tho bids received lire ns follows:
Union Peed Company, location
bounded by Queen, IMcnboroiigh ami
Hnlckntilln streets, 00, IM square feet,
Union Peed Company, blotk bound
ed by Iho above nnd Alake.i stietl,
containing 7 1. MM) Miuntc fun, lilfi.Mitf.
W (!, Irwin, location on Richard I,
King and Mllilaul streets, conUlns,
5i;.W5 nuinre feet. $148,000.
W (1. Irwin, location on RlcbanU
nntl King streets, containing ftz.onu
J. O Carter, S. M. Damon. W. O.
Ftnllh and 10. P.rnisnop, location on
King nntl Rlshop -.streets, containing
3'i.r.io wiuare feet, $il.o.
Henry AVaterhouso Trust Co. local
ed on King, Merchant nnd lllshnp
streetH, containing ll.GM) square feet,
Supervising Architect Tnlor slated
that none of the bids hnd been accept
oil nml no nitlon would bo taken look
ing to the selection of n sight until lif
ter the visit and report of u rcpiesentu
llvo of tho architect's olllco bent to Ho
nolulu fur that purpose.
Mr Tnvlor could not say, when rcen
by a I tn I lot in representative, how boon
it lepresentntivo from his nftlco would
visit Honolulu. Inasmuch iih the pro
vision iu tho lust Public DulldlugS Dill
provided only for the purchaso of a
slto ami no appropriation was iniitlu
for tho construction of n building. It Is
probablu no Immediate action will bo
taken In the inattor, beyond the ictelv
Ing of the uliovo bids which have been
Hied mid will be reported upon as to
fuasllillit) nnd locution later on by
some representative of tho architect's
Mr. tico. II McClcllau, private secre
tary to Drlcgato Kalunlanaolc, re
turned to Washington tho early pure
of the week mid Is limited at The Cum
berland with his wifo nnd family Dur
ing Iho Delegate's ubhcnrn iu thu cam
paign, Secretary McClcllau Is busy
looking after Hnvvall's Interests ut tho
SALT GOE8 HIGHER
Now York, Bopt. 25. Thn liitrrii.i
tltiuiil Suit ffimimiiy ycslc-ril ly nilBfil
Iih iikf;i cm nil urailfB of unit upjircix
Iniiilrly Ml tt tils u tun. This is miltl tc
bo thn tlilril rnlso within u pcrlml of
Thu K'jtujiiH kIvimi for tlin lutiiHt ml
Mint ii urn (hut thn sliullliiR tluvvii (if
lun (if thu Inrjicsl jun'liit lK plums In
I hi' I'llui ilUtilct bus niiibKil n Bliiirl
nc In Hut supply, Unit thu ileiuiiiul la
Uiiiiiifliiiiti'iy I a i no nml Hint tlllll
ruliy h.u hfi'u t'xpt'ilt'iiii'il Iu i'i'iiilu
lfll III Wllllll l) UIK'II lliu lll
2ir nuLLeTrTAp8, pay nm
Delegate to Congress
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINGWORTH
L. L. McCANDLE83
W. O. SMITH
Representatives rourth District
J. H. S. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W. QUINN
W. T. RAWLINS
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUGHES
Representatives Fifth District
S. P. CORREA
A. 8. KALEIOPU
H. N. KANIHONUI
H. W. LELEIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATERHOUSE
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIS
S. C. DWIGHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HU3TACE, JR.
8. W. LOGAN
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELCO
Fifty-seven varieties of good
thing for -the table and all
made In Immaculately clean
kitchens that are visited by
hundreds of eight seers every
- day. v t-vw
HEINZ 8WEET PICKLES
APPLE BUTTER, ETC.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
How to Sleep Well
WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND
DEBT-ASSORTED STOCK IN
X OUR PRICE8 ARE BEDROCK M
V v M
Coyne Furniture Co.
UNION AND HOTEL 8TREETS
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,!
cor. Emma and Beretanla Sti. Japan
cse and Chinese Laborera Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181,
LUKE HOOUIta Is hick again from .
Maul, (lipping !iori M th old Uml,
(owir Punchbowl and Klnu UtrMU,'
Qld Pepper Whiskey
(HAND-MADE SOUR MASH)
Is always well aged and it Is purity itself. Made In
Kentucky In a distillery established In 1780.
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents
902-004 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES 4 LIQUORS.
Best Sparking Batteries I
Columhtn mitotnoHllo Imltorloa tire
miido uHpectnlly for nutom Tliuy
give unlvurnnl Mritlfnctlun. Now
atoek now ready for dull very nt
Hawaiian Electric . Company, Ltd.,
OFFICE KING ST., NR. ALAKEA. PHONE MAIN 390.
Ttieo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd.,
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
baa moved his residence from tho cor
nor of BERETANIA and RICHARDS
20 King St.,
Silver Cloth Brushes
Make handsome, ucelul presents for men. Wc have many new ones '
In great variety. Sec our new line of TOILET GOODS.
H. F. WICHMAN & COM Ltd,,
H l - -J 1 - - jmj j ji i mj
Wo are the only bakers In Honolulu making
WC SELL IT FRESH FROM THE OVEN.
It possesses n delicious flavor; is most nutritious and le the Ideal
brctd for sandwiches, as It can be sliced thin .is chcctc. Although much
superior to ordinary bread, it is made in the ountc uUc loaf and tells for
the same price
What Is true of our DUTTERNUT BREAD Is nlco truthfully
for our CAKES and PASTRY.
OF ALL KINDS,
Ofillillf III Llimtl9f "lull Cfll
QUEEN bt i wtl HONOLULU,
Oldest and Purest
Ice Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
Bakery and Lucci Boom
NEAR FORT Of.
V. R PATTER30N
General Conlractlnj and Jobhlnn.
Mouiepalntlnui ('apsrhnnglng, ar.iln.
Inn, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Wotk, Shop with Whittle, the
Bltin palnltr, ccrntr Maul and Union
tiulf, I'MONE MAIN 34,
'. H .iju ',,, jfcii
' .k Jt. kjuun