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WVWN1NI) ntlLLKTIN. HONOLULU. T.H.. MONDAY. OCT. 15. 1D06.
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FOR WHICH T.HE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
OCTOBER 16, 1906.
AFTER-ELECTION SPEECHES TO BE EXPECTED
Wo would like, out or ernlltuilo lo the people who havo ho handsomely
elected our entire ticket (wo are only wnltlnK tor ltd ratification on Nov. 6th),
to guarantee them a Initio of (hat amusement which municipal eloquence nan
llmo out of mind alTorded. Hut our Treasurer-elect, Deacon Trent, will not
agree to our proposal Hint he respond to the electorate with nomothlng like
this: "Fcllowcltlicns: In assumlnK the duties of the office to which your
generous btipport has elected me, It will bo my utmost endeavor to walk ever
In that narrow path' Hint lies between right arid wrong." Nor have wo up to
the present moment been able lo pcrstiado Col. laukca U say, on accepting
tho Shrievalty, thaU "Muring his Incumbency ho will endeavor to lay nrldo
his political pro possessions, and become, 'liko Caesar's friend, nil things unto
ARE THE QROQSHOPS RUSHING TO DESTRUCTION?
Foolish legislation Is unquestionably bad, and the present Liquor Law
should not bo permitted to remain on the statute books n day longer than
necessary, but wo sec no excuse on the part of tho pollco administration
for Its failure to enforce tho provisions of gooil laws that havo been enacted
for tho protection of tho peaceable and 'virtuous citizen. It may be that tho
Liquor l-nw Is responsible for tho Increased- amount of drunkenness lint
greets the cjo of tho passer-by In the "tenderloin", but wo can hardly bo
convinced that tho remedy for the cl Is In humoring tho keeper of tho
open brothel by police protection Into delivering the hundred or no' votes ho
is supposed to control, for thu return to power of a Republican administration
which will closo every low grogshop In Honolulu.
POWERLESS TO PREVENT IT WHY?
Sheriff Drown last night at Kallhl In speaking or the Liquor Law made
the following Rtatcmcnt:
- "By that law women and young girls aro admitted lo
saloons tho tnmo as men, and the I'ollcc Department Is pow
' erlcss to prevent It."
How many limes has Urown In defending his actions ns Shcrlft'resoilrd
to tho plea that ho or the i'ollcc Department were "powerless to prevent It"?
The phraho Is becoming hackneyed. Among our oftlclal bric-a-brac or tho
past wc havd "Charley Mnhopo", "ir not why not Ixicbcnsteln", and Ilrown
Is pressing with vlfcor his claim lo bo remembered for life as "PovvcilcLS-to-prccnt
It Ilrown". x
THE MORNINQ PAPER SHOWS 8IQN8 OF ALARM
Tho editor or tho morning paper views with evident alarm tho prospect
of tho greatly lncicascd circulation tho Bulletin Is bound to enjoy, now that
lis editorial staff has been augmented by our bright array ot, versatile Demo
cratic talent, which threatens lo placo tho afternoon Journal In tho lead of
his own. However, wo accept Ills apology ror spurning our proffered help to
his own sheet, bcllcvfng that Ills cupidity was not aroused by our offer of
"Ihlrty pieces or silver"; but, at tho namo time, wo warn him that -he can
expect no quarter from us when ho tears his hair at tho spectacle or a Bulle
tin affidavit or cliculation doubling tho present number, "Ills blood be upon
his own head.
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OR SERVANT WHICH ?i
. When a person Is elected to an office In tho gift of the people ho becomes
, tho publlc'ii "servant". If ho'prostltutch tho powor "delegated to him for thu
'purpose of furthering his own political ends by tho creation of a combination
that.ls arrucd agoltut the public, welfare, ho then. Is .aspiring to become tho
publlc's'master":' iftho peoplo'f'thU community -'Want to'Btand' for police
domination let them elect tho Republican "machine ticket". If, on tho other
hand, tbey want to nee its termination, let them demonstrate by tho proper
exercise of Iho suffrngo that the massed power ot the people Is too sreat
tor any political boss to successfully defy.
WHO DARE8 SAY CHINESE MONEY 13 TAINTED?
As report has It, Sheriff A. M. Ilrown has a number of1 warm supporters
In the Mnn Sun Snl Society, an unincorporated Chinese organization having
Its club rooms on Itlvor sticct near King, in Honolulu, A campaign fund of
one thousand dollars Is said to havo been raised by tho members ot thu
society and turned over to tho Sheriff for uso In this campaign. Of this
amount, the sum ot ono hundred dollars was subscribed by Ah I loo. the
notorious Chinese liveryman, who hns so frequently In tho past entertained
the local police olllclala at luaus. It might be pardonable tor voters to slop
and Inquire Just why Mr. Ah Hoo and thoso or his Ilk arc to fioMcltoua for
tho reelection of our present head of tho police department.
DEMOCRATS BELIEVE IN FACINQ LIVE IR8UES
The Democratic party In Hawaii prides Itself In supporting men who iro
in full sympathy with the struggles of the hour, with tho tendency ot tho
age and wllh the great movements that aro going on all about us, Tlicio
may be those on our ticket who can claim descent from Oliver Cromwell
or John Hampden but wo leave It to tho other party to Incorporate traditions
and thus prolong Iho reign ot Iho dead. It is not living in the world of yen
terday. but in today's world that counts, and tho past Is only properly used
when It Is employed In the service of tho present and future.
KUNST'S BOOZE RECIPE CAME TOO LATE
- - Tho mistake made by U. Kunst, he of whiskey rcclpo rame, was In not
offering his booze formula to our trlcnds or Republican persuasion who be
lieve In buving voles wllh liquor. Tho disgraceful scenes of the last cam
paign, when wlno and gin flowed so freely In tho Koolaus that nursing .blon
wcro neglected by drunken mothers, tould havo been brought about with less
dissipation of campaign funds If a simple recipe could luwo been carried
about In the pocket and tho stuff compounded on the spot Instead of having
to bo hauled In bulk across tho Island.
CALARIE8 OF SCHOOL TEACHERS ., ,. ,, i .,,
Wonder If the school teachers don't iimllo every Hmo they think about
tho plank in thu Republican platiorm on the question of tcachen' ualarl".
Who reduced thor salaries In tho first Instoncc? Tho Republicans. Who
warned them against an organized effort to secure a restoration of salaries,
and roused prepared petitions looking to that laudablo end, to bo withdrawn
from .circulation? Republicans. Who believes their platform declaration oi;
the subject of Increased salaries? And echo answers, Who?
PREACHING FOIBLES AND RECITING FABLES
When wo rend tho account of the Ilbh story that Trcd. Watcrhotiso hand
ed out nt Inst night's meetings, nud of the applauso that greeted Its recital,
wo were very forcibly reminded or what tho Apostlo l'aul said: "Tho Hmo
will como when they will not enduro
i turn uwuy their cars rrom hearing tho truth and will bo turned unto rable-i."
ONE DEMOCRAT BETTER THAN SIX REPUBLICANS
A Republican spellbinder declared lu a KaUakn meeting that tho ncpub
llcan county Btiporvlbora would hnvti dono a wholu lot of good things, bill
lhut Democrat Monro blocked tho game every time. Khadea of Mutest Tha
I "good thlngn" must liuvo been pretty uhady If ono lone "Jackass" tould deler
hlx "I'loplmlitB" fiom pulling 'cm thiougli. (Willi upologleH to Chairman
II inltis nn Iho Just ns well as thu uiijusl, nud lliciefntn llm )ouinrnl
liuvn lioin npilliklt'd u Ikw llmi'H lately,
Tho Aiid'Huhum I,i'hkiiu Id fur icfoiiu, Ami lliu laul.en Jumll IUIi'l i
Iliu i dm in IIUii'l,
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sound doitrlno and they will i
COULD NOT DAMPEN
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have the largest Interest In tho coun
try were asked the other day lo throw
Mm nsldc mid accept a stranger. 'I hey
openly declined, placing their con
fidence In the man wnum they know.
1 hey know what he has done. It would
lme been better for tho DemocinlH It
they hnd picked out an old knmanlii.i
haolo as their candidate They can t
expect the suppoit of the llawalluiitt
for inch a hum.
The Sunday School Teacher
.ioiiii u. i,ano iiuroiiuieu umiscii
under the Advertiser's title of tho Sun
day school teacher. Il said his piut
record in thcSenntc might show thlit
he was hmuuwIihI ot a HuniUiy 'school
Icachcr, as ho did as ninth good nu he
could for tho entire people. Ho found
Hint Hie Republican members of the
House were anxious to help hlui In this
Lane spoke of tho County Ad, which
gives every man the right to u,lo not
only for Senators and l(cprr8ciitntloj
but ror County omies. It gles thoni
he said, n-pcoplo'n government.
auuso, nc sain, nan uecn huowciiu
upon liim. but he had never answered
Ho merely trcitcd It vvllh the coutciiiit
"The Republican parly has been jour
friend," said Lane. "Wbut do ou do
with a Mend? You keep him :is n
frleiul. The Republican parly Is u
friend or mine, and I nssuro )ou, lioin
what I know, It Is n friend of all uf
t ni.,ii, II. io II iih.hu hi uii i MlW-RTinpC ....
He iidvlsml thu voters lo vote llicllnw Tcir'l atao.t...
straight ticket, ua nuthlng could bo
gained by dividing. It was only by the,
unanimous Rcpubllc.iii .otu last tlino'niiiiigarc6pe
that the County Ait was bccuied. And
Flniu these udvnnlages have been glv
n by the Repiiblicnu party, it be
hooves tho voters to stand by that
parly. "I, who have been tailed the
Sunday school leather, ndvlso ou lp,"H.MCo".6.f.!::!
support tho Republlcnn ticket. I am
going to appoint nijsclf the .Superin
tendent at largo of tlin'wholo Sunday
school. Kauai has tome into Hie fold,
and now 1 nm goln;; to Maul and Ha
waii, and do what 1 can there."
Lane biido i;oOillije to thu people
with a final admonition1 to (hem to sup
port thu Republican candidates.
Huttace Cafe Department
cuariio iitisiacc upoKc in iinwnnau,
and. as UHiia;, hnd tho crowd laughing
with the llntl sentence. He told the
people that It Is thn Republican party
which gives them "nlenty good limes.
plenty money." "Look bore." hu said,
patting his prosperous looking stom
ach, "this Is what thu Republican party
docs for you."
Hustiuc'x address had such nn effect
that at Its conclusion 0110 man felt
called upon to dance a hula,
laukea a Figurehead ,
, Vldu ot more than hls.siiard'of chccis
.whrn he got up to 'speak. In 1902, ho
said, ho wiis a cundldalc. Now ho Is
again asking tho support of the voters
(or, himself and ror tho cullio Repub
lican ticket. At that time the Repub
lican candidates., promised (utility gov
ernment, but 11 few In the House iiuc
ccoded In defeating It. But the He-
IN ALL SEASONS AND TO
PRIMP 18 KING
No bsverage allays tropic thirst as docs
M. R. Counterfort Si
publican members of tho next Htuue!
carried out the promise, and luunlyjwho will not bo dictated In by (lover.
government is now an aicoiiipllsliid
Referring tn Democratic clinrgts
against the Republican candidates, that
they hnvo not paid their (inphoees
enough. VM.i cald (lint County govern
ment l n new thing unci tho wheels mo
hardly greased. But If the Republican
candidates are given a chance, (hey can
xcl things Into better woiklug order.
Vlda urg"!! Hie support of Brown .i
man at whose hands (bo pciplo were' back to it Democrat. "Ho linn stated
assured ot Jimt treatment. Ian,C'rtwihHt Sheriff Ilrown. has mi busliieja lu
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 16, 1006
m ritf ar lo .-.
Gah'l Sveaf Co
Onnmta Sugar Co. ...
OikaU blr Plant Co
81a. infM Co Ltd
lowalu Co.. .....
Paauhau Suraf PjaiilCl
Puirte S Mill !,,
Put Planta'lnn Co ....
I'trtthto Sugar Co ...
I'i.nr Mill Co ......
Walluku Sugar Co ...
WalfiiKu Sugar Co ri
Wat.ii. Mill Co
7 1 a
i wt.l.i.ni sinmN o
Hon H T lit L Co Cca .
Mutual Tal()hon Co ..
Oahu K & L Co ..-
Mllo Ha troaa Co
Hon. L'. A M. Co...,.,
Hau- Itir I 4 pc
kltUlltllllZ ljO ...tttM
taw TtlaX p. .
Haw Cora & Sue Co s p
tliw Stiirar Cih c .
Mon K T L Co 6 p
Katiuku Plant Co o p c
wanu augar L4 o p c
Honttr Mill Co 6 p c .
waiaiua cnc t o 3 p 4
MkHrvJ. S. Oi.'ii 1 -.
Sales Between IJonrds: 17 Hav.
Ag. Co., JI20; 10 Haw.nAg, Co, JI20;
100 .Oiiomen, ii'J; 200 Oukala. JS.25; 05
OokaH, ?8.:.".; r0 Uokiiln, JS jr.; too
Mellryde. $3.ri0: 100 Kvya, !i f.O I.wn,
?.'. Session: IS Uwa, ..2C; 23 Haw.
ug. Co. 3.-.2.-J r0 r.wa, J2B; r. Ilwa,
$:'(!; in i:wa. $2G; -'5 ICwa, imi; lu Oalm
K. Co., ll7.:ri: 10 Oahu Sug Co..
M17.2r.; 10 PahiL.Siig.,Co, JII723; S
Oahu Sug. Co., 11,7.23, J Oahu Sug. Co.
Latest tuinitr quotation, 4 cents, or
ISO. a ton.
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS,' 9s, 6 34(1
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock uand Dond Ex
912 FORT 8T. iTEL. MAIN 12.
NAMB OF STOCr
C Brtwtr A Co ...
Ewl PltntallMl Co .it
Hawaiian AckuUct I C
Maw Com ASucaf Co,
Hawaiian Suffar Co .
Honomti Surar Co
Hnqokaa SurV Co .
Huhn Sumr On. . ..
Katuliii Plantation Co
Kltiel I'lantalion Co LU
KtPdhuTu fM)! Co ,..
Pala U . 5 II,. t
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Then come here for llic'ritig.
Wc have many.bc.iutifiil ciignKe
ment rings hparklinrj with juir
' ity ami- prices pre ns low a-s per
fect jcuu can be bold for.
boiler to elect a Hum Ilko A. M. Brown,
licir Carter mid the Civ If redrrallon?
I havo nollilnj: iiKiiliirt Otirtlu laukcj,
who la a friend or mini, but he la'mily
put up as it tlKiiicheud, and Is ludiiy
iceclvlni; hlx funilu to run bl.i cuiupat'tu
from thn I'll If I'Yilor.lllon. If l.C
Iboimht so iiiiuli of you, why did ho
I brow the (piecn dov.n? Why did ho
BO Into the I (J. jiiivernmciit? Since
tin, t tlm,i lio li:iu Im-iii neither hero nor
there .1 Iciiinenil,n Homo Ruler nud
Well, I say, If you are feeling b lu, you certainly don't look Itl Of
course that Is, if your clothes aro ma de by ub. We mako garments that
have STYLE and GRACE and give to tho wearer INDIVIDUAL DISTINC
TION, Wc make to your Individual measure for tho samo prlco you would
have to pay for rcndy-to wears, and wr Cjivo satisfaction,.
8AVE MIDDLE-MAN'8 PROFIT3I
Our Blue Serge 8ults at 23 have no equal In townj THEY ARE
LOCAL AND 8ENERAL
"Two things are bad too much and
too little." And one thing remedies
both evils Bulletin want advcrtltlng.
While ideiiin nutoi stui kydn stnldt.
.1. 1'. Hillary nrilved lu Honolulu lo
tl.ty from the Colonlei).
J. B. C.istle returned this morning
on tho .M nu u. i l.oi fiom Kotia.
I' ll. McSloikcr came back on I In
.M.iuiiii Ltu fiom n trip to K'on.i,
.1. II. O'Neill ciinic In fiom the Col
onies this morning tin the Mti.iu t
.1 A. Ilnliliuoii nrrlvcd In Honolulu
this morning tin tho slc.imcr Alo.in.i
fiom tlie Colmilca.
Alt Tong, chniged with selling pol-
tonoui drugs without llccnsu was nolle;
piojsed thli morning. j
.ioiiii lie itcgn wns grnuicii it uivuicc
fiom bis wlfo Anne Do Itcgo by Judge
Do Holt t IiIh morning.
The eabes of Amelia and Ailcia llo-
kcrlo, rhnrged with vagiaucy, wciei
nolle, pressed before Judge Lindsay llilsj
In the ease of James 11. Love vs. A.
I). Hcroggy, tho motion of tho plain
HIT tt Kit Ike out ci ins bill of the de
fendant was Etnntid.
'I he steamer Minimi L0.1 arrived from
Kon.'t anil Knit this morning, bringing,
among other freight, 4000 bags of sug
ar mill 30 head uf cattle.
If you have n hut foot the only thing
I to skliloo 23 on Oilohdr 20. X. I.. C
ti.tncc at l'lugrcsa Hall Music tou
rists of (en plcccj, liirnlshed by tho
II. (I. Iloblnxon, u passenger mi the
Moanu, who stnpu olT lieie. Is con
nected with tho .Manual company. He
has been In Hie Colonies on liunlnet.i
umncolcd Willi thu tomp.iuy.
The tune ng.ilustvTfll Kong and 41
others for h.ivlng exptifml gamhlln';
imiilcments behind barred doors was
nolle prossed this monilng lieliiie
.liiilgc l.ludsay on account of Hie disap
pearance or the cvldcure.
The final account or K. Klamp and
V. rfoteiihouer In Iho matter or the
Cftnlc or Johanna Wlrke, ilerc-iscil wah
nppiuvcd by Judgo Do Bolt this morn
ing. The account showed the balance
of the estate to touslst of $077.1)0 lu
Y. W. Slocks arrived on the Mimiii
this morning, en roulo tor tho Coast
Mr. Ktorkn is nn Inlliiciitlnl man i'l
flnaurlnl circles at Uicvvmoiith and win
lit one lime nnvor uf that tit)'. Ho it
nu his way to i:ngland lo look lulu the
matter of seeming drndgeis for use In
MOANJl BACK AFfER
six mm ABM
1 ho, It. M. S. hle.imer Moina urrlvml
e.irl this moinltig, two daya ahead ol
lime, from Iho Colonics, She was no;
rot due, according lo schedule, until
1 liursd.iy. . i , -
'Ihlj is Iho first Umo tub Moina hJs
beeu.hrro for ahout'slx' months., Dur
ing Hint time she has been making vn
Kgcs hrtwct'ii New Zealand ports. Slip
now lesiitnca her regular runs.
'Iho Mo.uia earrlct 101 passengert,
"2 lint clasue, .".0 beiond and 10 Mrt-i
age Mot of them go on to lh Coast,
only a small number landing here
There Is but t small amount of freight
for Honolulu. toiuUling moMly of
Jams and jellies.
'I ho ollitcrK of tho Mo.uu aio Iho olu
nflltf rs of tho Mjlienn. The latter ves
bel la golu ou Hie Chrlslchtirch Hxbl
til llciii run.
'Iho Mtuiia left Btluey Orober 1 and
Suva on the kth. Tho vojnge wa !
pli'iaanl one nil tho way with only
moderate beat 1 he steamer tails for
Vitironver. via Victoria, at I o'clock
1 thli afternoon.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDV IN
OTX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin nd the Weekly Edition, clve a
co,.ciee and complete resume el all It
yal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real
late transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75tfi per month. Weekly Bulletin,
tjX " var. i
a ! -
jjsjty-Tnr Rent" carde on sale at
i Hullatln office
iclearc prliuuerH from Iho pollco .tn
Hon. It In tho right or thn Sheriff anil
his deputy to Investigate cakes, und
where Ihrro Is nut piillli lent cvldruie,
to illscli.ireo Ihn nrlsoners. I believe
Hit' On lb luuliea. with his lady like
ways, would iiialo ir belter Insurance
iiinn than ShcrllT of Oahu You have
been fairly dealt with by Hheilif
Brown, and I ask ou in .support him.
".So far ns I am uiiii erneil, 1 mako no
promises If I urn elected I will have
In tin my duty. If ou sec, lit to cleil
me, I will ilif nil In my I'owcr In tatry
out the Inleiilloiut nf Iho I tw. I ask
jtrt tti otu for tho straight Republl
tnu ticket, from Kiihlo down to the
latl man, Kiihlo Is one of tho luat
PI lutes left, nud It Is the leant ono
enn dn to tend him to Congress) lo rep-
IC5CHI his iienplr
lohii 1.. l'atm, .loo ICalaua, Knui
linniil, A. fi. Kali'lnpu. I). K.ilniinkntanl,
Jr., H. (1. nwlsht, J. W. Cathtnrt and
Jan. HlcUnell, hpol.e and held tlio crowd
mull 11 late hour.
E Ladies' "Prince Albert" Comfort" Shoe 3
JE. Soft Flexible Sole, Para Rubber Heel, Elastic Sides. r3
y Easy Wcarinf , Easily Fitted. Easily Removed
Eat Mclnerny Shoe Store jj
FORT STREET J3
?i.taiiiiii.aiiiiiiiU Hi .UUUiiiiiUiUiillK
.-bout a gat itovo
to the cook that they will work for less
money where there
where they have
wood. If you are
turn of mind, Why
ond TRY CAS?
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Hotel Street Store
Napa and Sonoma Win. Company
You can get wines .higher In price;
but, quality and price considered, it
will bo hard to surpass this brand ot
tabic wines that, has Valten FIRST
PRIZES at both the Ot. Louio and
Lewis & Clarke Expositions.
WHITE WINES; and those exquisite
SPARKLING 8AUTERNU and
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
103 KING STREET. 'PHONC 240.
Ladies' White SilK
In 16, 20 and 24 -Button Lengths
Direct from the Manufacturers
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
that In so agreeable
Is one In use than
to cut and carry
of an economical
Not De Consistent
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND TUC DCPOT FOR BOSS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
WHISKEY We are sclllnn FINE KEN
TUCKY BOURDON In bulk.
Won't you try a nation?
Guaranteed Pure. Not recti,
fled nor adulterated.
'PHONE MAIN 30.
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