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R RNINO miM.BTIN. HONOLULU. T. It.. WliDNKilllAV. OCT. 17. IffOC.
I'ubllshed Kvcry lmy Kxrept Sunday, lAehertlfcr lUltortal Aug 2S 1D0I
t 1!" Klng"Streot. Honolulu. Thu Croat question with the Demo-
T. II. liy tho Urats now they hao named laukca for
' 'Congrocs I whether Ihcy tnn keep
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Mm Democratic until the eml ot Hie
WALLACE R. FARRINOTON. .Editor Ho ling belonged to all three parties
I'witiiin a ear and back of that had n
Knlered at tho lNntolllce at Hono-Uo,-ou tee it-now-don't record which
nnlulu an second cla matter. would have scared a chameleon.
Payable In Advan:.
Evenlna nulletln. ' ol Kulnknua
Per month. anwncro IP U. 8.. I .75 Tho Icing Kept him nmtisul with dee.-
I'crquarter, anywhere In U. S.. 2.00 ciralUo trltlei and laukca was fairly
Per yar, nnj where U. S S.OO loyal to hl second benefactor, but
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11.00when l.llluokalanl intno o tho throne
Weekly Bulletin. to tut nod nmiltiM her and lecamo una
ilx tunntba .CO'of the few iinllWR who supported Ilia
Iai-vrMir nn ti-horA In IT 1.0A P. O.
Peri ear, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00'
Territory of Hawaii, )
Country of Oahu. )
0. fl IIOCKUB, Uulnc4 Malinger
of the ItUI.I'.CTIN PUlll.lSHINa COM
PANY, I.IMITl'.t), being first duly
morn, on oath deposes nud as:
Thai the following Ik n truo and cor
rert statement of elrrulntlon for the
week ending Oct 12, 13'ifi, of Ihu Dal
ly and weekly editions of tho Kcr.
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
. . .2374
Average dally circulation 2446
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday. Oct. 9, 1106 2436
Number of weeklies delivered on
' tho Island of Hawaii alone. ...1094
uomblnsd miarantced average
circulation . ... ,.
BULLETIN PUH1.I8HINO CO.
by C O. 1JOCKUS,
Subcrlbe?d and sworn to bo
lore mo this 13th day of
SEAL October A D. 150G.
P II UUHNKTTE.
Notary Public. Klrst Judicial Circuit.
OCT. 17, 150G.
11 now loots ni if the hold up cus
tom bad become epidemic ami reach
ed tho tax department of the Tcrrl
torj. laulcca In Ignoring the head of tliu
JVmocratlc ticket Is likely carrying
uut I ho old reputatiun glton him by bis
lien found friends for changeability.
Poor old Ahem. Ktrry eampalgn
they shako him before tho voters as
a bogey-man Which convinces tho
men with the ballot Hint Ihu opposi
tion Is mighty hard up fur con Hieing
tacts that amount to nn thing.
The Aittsrtlscr thinks It Is signifi
cant that the BullOiln does not com
ment on the screeds appearing In the
Democratic adtertlslng opaec. It Is
Indeed significant When tho Demo
crats saj untitling worth noticing It
w ill reecho attention.
lt In InlercGlIng to note that the
morning papers final statement ot its
"refusal" to accept Democratic ndcr
Using tallies Identically with that giv
en hi this paper It Is lo ho expected
that there would be no mlmlKston ns
to the real reason for flnil rejection,
SPLIT TICKET AND ELECTION OF
D. L. Wlthlngton or tho Civic Fed
eration Is quoted In the morning pa
per as predicting the election of D.
Kalauokalanl, tho Homo Rule capdl
date for tho Terrltoilnl Senate.
Thcro Is ono nnd only ono way
for the Homo Rulo candidate to suc
ceedby way ot tho split-ticket dec
trjno preached on "this side of Nun
aiiu street". And thy man who will
be sacrificed on thn Republican ticket
Is tho ono whom the Interests of the
Territory can least afford to lo?e.
Tlio .campaign made to smash 'he
straight ticket Is hitting hateloH the
men whom the campaigners claim to
be least anxious to defeat.
Tho split-ticket wnrkcis are ham
mering Chllllngwoith. but Chilling
worth lo Just aa sure of being elected
as ho Is of being allvo on election day.
Nor will his bo n l acini ote. It
rlionlJ be remembered that Chilling
worth lu the direct primary otc of
tlib Second Picclnct of tho I'uurth
District ran far ahead of uny other
candidate According (" tho split
ticket men, tho MaUlkl dUtrlct Is tho
ono In uhlch ChllllnEworth woull be
the leaat powerlul oto getter That
primary ballot told thu real facta of
the caso. Ho certainly will not run
hhort cm "the oilier rldu of Nuttanu
Senator McCaudlcas has demon
fitnclMl his oto getting pernor. Ho Is
not Iho man whom I). Knlauolcatnnl
Tlieicfore 11 comes down to W. O.
ru these peopla lullsvo that tho
pin proEiatn r ot sm.li great liupor
tnnci) nt to wtirraut its btlug curried
on nl tlia expciue of losing this Ho
Tiii ipllt-llc)!t mini l In effect I
i inn that he will strll.n Ihu knlfu
tnui nii)ftiio, i tin works out Ills
Hiilretp III tint pnl'suiml (UIMi3lKII
viuiiiwt Ilrown. lint ho will not twuk
kfii liu ujiitiH on III nan
(Mown will iu maul ml Ami Hmllli
'li'lUil mMv HttwJ I If I ,ynnuu
Saturday, Oct 6
Monday, Oct 0
1 ucsday, Oct. 9
Wednesday, Oct. 10
Thursday, Oct II
Friday. Oct. 12
Ouron Emma had the honor, such
n It was, of bringing Inuken Into pub'
lie notlie Shu
innile much of tho
but nt tho first good
iimnrtunltv ho deserted Iitr for Hint
During that period lie went to Wash
Ington ns nn attendant of President
Dole whom he tiibseqiiently opposed.
I'pon annexation he became nn ard
ent Republican btr Inlllng of olllce ha
Joined tho Home Utile party and ran
em Its county ticket last fall for As
cisseir Ileforo lone ho bceanio a mar
plot In Home Rule counsels and then haw In the police stntlon?
w;int mor tn the Democrats.
Where he will go next even he can
not gueei but those who know him
best put least reliance In his Demo
pllshed by such a result
Is It not a fait that taking Drown
nt the es Imate made by those! l
tlously misrepresenting him, the Ter
ritory of Hawaii and the people) ot
"'' Clln,' '" PI(,nt moru In male-
nai nnu moral progress oy eno elec
tion of Smith nud Drown than they
tosslbly can by tho defeat of Smith,
or of bo h7
Does nntotie tliliiTc Hint this Terri
tory will go forward with grcatei tig- '
I9;i2 ' or with Knlnuoknianl In the Scnato of wblto men nnd white men's mcas
. I..TI1. i nnd Ilrown In tho SherlffK ontco than "
it would wllh V. O Smith In Kiikiu -
Unless n mail Is utterly blinded by
irejuillce there enu no inn one ntmwer
lo such a query. I
You may approach the problem"),
moral and otherwise, of this Comity i
from any standpoint ou please-, It Is
Impossible to gel away from the fact
that tho bert sen Ice can only be oh
tallied through tho election of tho
straight Republican ticket. The mo
ment ono dotlatca fiotn It, a sae lllco
greater Unit r.ny possible good pro
posed becomes n ciirtnlnty.
Do tm bellee ou arc doing our
duty as nn Aincrlcin citizen If you
nllow jentr oto to bo swntcd by spile?
Think It o or, foi ou will luvii to
answer the question on clectloi day.
'I he case of II. II. Cooper rt thb
Club Stables, on nppc.il from the Dis
trict Cotut, has been Hied In the Clr.
cult Court It concerns a cow hlch
tho defciiil.tnt sold to the plaintiff mid
which It U alleged had "liver fluid ' nt
tho time of sale and which died slmit
ly nficr the Bale was made. Judie
Whitney decided for the plaintiff In the
turn of $100 nnd costs.
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Managef
iii7.K."a v, v' ' s
j.7 vr."",f-' sc0 B!
A leasehold near Kaplolanl Park,
wsikiki; naa 13 yearn to run at an
annual rental of $6 00, 8lie of lot,
100x200, Improvements worth $3C0
on premises Price 3600. for qulek
A home on Prospect Street! Area
of lot, S00 iq ft, Modern houto of
eight rooms, Otnhlei, ete-A lumalii
at $3,150 00.
Henry Waloihouse Trust Co,. Ul
Comer Fori and Werclnni HU
W isA A
Advertiser IMItorlal Oct. 17, '0C
The charge Is mnilo by tho pollen
ling that Colonel laukca "lacks expc
Menco" nud Is therefore unfitted to
tccomc Sheilrf of Oahu county.
In a certain sense the chnrge Is true
but the police eonclii'Ion doe not fol
low. Colonel laukca, wo admit, lias no
experlenco of n port which would lend
n board of super Isors to account him
"Indifferent. Incompetent or lorrupt."
He noer learned how to so win the
rolldenee of gRinhlcrs that they would
ne tlmo and money to elect him to
oir.cc. He Is deficient In thn oxperi
ciico which seta n low groggery In a
roar of uppimat nt the mention of hl
name. Ho does not know how to get
tnlonns to rulsu bannirs for him. Ills
experience hns not been along the
lines ol using n police force to do pol
itics while burglary tbrlxes undelect
rd nud impunhihcd. Instead bo has
honored Haw nil and himself by oftl
clen" nud honest ndmlnlslrntlon of nil
the otllces rommlttod to his care and
by polished and able representation
There aiv various l.Indf of expel 1
nice. Whwh Mnd do iii prefer to
(Adu-rtlser Nov. 4, 'Oil
'laukca Is nn imstnbli', ucelllatlng
man who Ins belonged to all I luce
p.irllcs In a joar and rnnnnt be- elo
pcuded upon to moo In any git en po
litical direction If tho wind chnnges.
Ho has mnfessed to bnlng Indcllblo
'spots on his recortl. Uut his most se
rious fault as a Delegate In Congress
nould be his blind, unrensonlng hatred
'HOW MAI fcO COLON
THE PORTO RICAN,
Shlzo and Mrs. Akahosht, tho two
Japanese stabbed by tho Porto Rlean,
supposed to be Mateo Colon, nro In n
bnd way nt tho Japanese hospital, nnd
It Is feared thai neither of them can
Ihc. Sheriff Ilrown went np this
morning to tnVc what may piovo to
bo tho anle-moi'tcm statement of tho
lctlms of tho assassin's knife. Roth
of them positively Identlllcd Colon
tcsterday as tho man who had stab
bed them, nnd If they dlo It Is more
than prBlmblo that tho hatigmnh's
noose will st retell tho neck or thu mur
derous Potto ttlenn.
Tho credit for tho nrrest of Colon
Is due In largo part lo Joseph I.cil
nnd Vlda. Both havo for Mmo tlmo
been watching closely tho Pen to Hi
It's easier than
We are offering
HOUSE AND LOT ON
MAKIKI OT $2150.
HOUSE AND LOT
YOUNQ ST. $2500.
A Few of the
flCMAIN FflOM MONOAY'8 RUSH
ANOTHER DAY OR 80 WILL FIN
ISH THCM. BETTER LOOK
THf M OVLII
MKS. ANNA MUNDEN
Thcrocanbo no doubt aliout It that
the tendency to report to surgical opera
tions hm been too great In the past and
that this harmful tendency Is growing
less every day.
Kxperleneo has demonstrated Hint
many ailments which seemed to require
surgical operations In tho past aro now
. wwwww,.) being cured by thn
&UKGICAL ; uso of harmless rem-
OPERATIONS edles. l'oruna has
AVOIDED. dono ns much n any
vwwvwvwO 0jicr remedy to es
tablish this very Important fact.
Thousands ot people havo bec'n con
demned to undergo surglcnl operations.
Their physicians havo told them that
tney must cither submit to such opera
tions or loso their 11 es.
After this they havo rcsortcel to
rerun and found relief.
Other good remedies havo accom
plished tho samo result, but 11 Is safe to
n Mil mo that no either remedy has
equaled Peruna In Us lienelleent work.
Many ot tho alieged Incurable de
rangements of tho pelvis aro dependent
Tlicro Is no euro for theso except the
remoal of tho catarrh.
rcrnnn seemingly works miracles In
soma of theso eases. Tlio explanation,
however, Is very simple. I'eruna ro-
moves tho catarrh and Nntliru docs thu
For special directions- everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa Is for sale by the following drug-
cans or Honolulu, nnd hno learned to f
know them ki well that they Know
how onch ono dresses.
When tlio Japanese wns htiihhcd
.Monday morning,' secure h by tlio nlll
rcra resultod In tlio finding of n lint
which hud n blood-Hlniu upon it. Ah
fooii PH l.e.il saw- tho hat, ho siild: "It
belongs In ('ohm"; nnd senreh was
Immediately Instituted for tho mnu.
The olllccrs went to tliu linuso of u
I'orln llli an named Julio Lenndro, the
same who tills morning wns sentenc
ed to '.in dti)H fur MiKrnncy, nud In
quired of tho woman there for Colon.
She told them that he wns not litem
hut that l.c.unlrii bud (old her that
morning that Colon had coma homo
without his lint. That confirmed tlio
tinkers In their suspicion that Colon
wns the ussassln, and n close sennit
wns nt oiiio ImtlUiled for hint. Frank
Knuao found him, ns described ) eater
day, nnd biottght him to tho station.
Colon Iiiih not jot been nrnilgncd.
Ilq will pioli.ibly 1o held until It Is
known whether or not his lctliiiH urn
going In die If they elo, tho chuige,
of courco, will bo moro serious.
Tho wnrdioom ofllcerH of tho Jap
niicso (mining ship Anegnwn tiro gi.
lug .1 luncheon this nflernonn In hon
or ot Iho wardroom ofUcers of tho Nn
ul Ktatltm .Major Ititssell, Lieuten
ant Cuihmnn, Paymaster Illciok nud
Dr. Smith. '
A Japanese named Tnnuka has
tilenttlied tho l'orto Hlrnn, Mateo Co
lon, nt rented for tho stabbing of two
Japanese MouJny morning, us tho
ninn who ctt him with n Kulfo somo
tlmo tigo. Tnn.il.ii found tho mnu
piowllug about under tlio building nt
whlrh tlio Jtipnneso wns vmplocd us
watchman. Ho Inquired what tho lei
low was doing, unit tho reply wns a
slash flout tho I'm to Illcun'fl knife
nertihd tho light blilo ot tho tnco und
fniil.ftra ..r lv, nlulfir Ijulpe 1 CI
O. I-'., lire iciiicttcd lei meet In IJxeel
slor Hull, tlild IVIIowh Ilitilding, nt
3:311 p. m (Jet. 18th, for thu puipixu
of nl ending the funcriil of our late
In ol her A. M. Mellls. I. tl.
3.r)lS-lt It. A. ItOlllllNH, N.f!
Into the realms of Oantu Ctaus by tho
buyer of Wall, Nichols Co , Ltd., bat
resulted In tlfir brlncjlnfi'to Honolulu
tho t.iruoBt and most complete stock
nf TOYu and HOLIDAY OOODO ever
hroufjlit to the Islands, These goods
ai e now lirliifj opened up and tlio ijcii.
crsl public Is Invited to call and see
Wail, Nicliols Go,,
Suffered Thirteen Years With
Pelvic Troubles, Unable -to
AN OPERATION ADVOCATED.
Peru-na,' Taken 4is a Last
Resort, Brings Health
ANNA MUNDl'.N, Brlnkloy, Ark.,
I tuttcrcdnlth temale troubles tor
thirteen y tart, and tried the best doc
ton In Lotthllle, Ky without relief.
"I spent thousands of dollars at tho
"The doctors desired that I have an
operation performed to remove my
ot tries, ii hlch I would not consent to.
"I saw an advertisement of your
Pcrunaand bought ono tsittlo nnd be
fore 1 had tala'ii It all 1 could got out of
bed and walk aliout.
"After taking three bottles I was as
ell and hearty as ever.
"1 gained In flesh, i'rom 118 1 In
creased lo 1M pounds.
"If It had not been for your great and
wonderful medicine, I would now be In
" would advise all women sufferers
to try It.
"I would not bo without It for the
A WOMAN'S LETTER TO WOMEN.
Mrs. Carollno Kramer, 1'orl Collins,
"The majority of women who aro suf
fering from disordered periods nd
other troubles, havo such strong faith
In doctors that they allow them to ex
periment nn Ihcm.for kidney, liver, or
stomach troubles, until they beeomo
discouraged and their money is gone,
"This was my unfortunato experlenco
for nearly two years, when my atten
tion was called to reruns.
"I hardly dared believe that at lust I
had found the right medicine, but as I
kept cm using H anil as finally cured
I could only thank God anil tako cour
age. "I have had most satisfying result
from the uso of our
medlelno nnel havo 5 SATISfACTORY
achisetl elorens of ( RESULTS TR0M
women who wcro I PE-RU-NA-suffering
woman's Ills to uso l'cruna' and let tho
doctors alone, and thoso who have fol
lowed my ad Ico aro better to-day and
many aro fully restored to health."
gists and will supply the retail trado
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
&. Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
'Hie effect or thn nniiotiiiccment of
tho muni's of thu ailous enndldutes
who were dellnuiient In their luxes
wns tho ch'sf subject of eomormitlon
In tie town last night und this morn
ing. Treasure.' Campbell hns been eilt
uue.l must sorrcly tor picking out n
ypeclal rl-iss of men lo attack in this
way shcilly before election.
Tax Aswsaur Holt nutdo u statement
lo ti llitltctln icpcirlcr this morning lo
the elTeet Hint ho wished It made pub
lic lh.it 'Ireiisuier Cnmpboll had not
glcn nut tho names fur puhllrat Ion.
Itrgnidless of this tho fact remains that
Tie.isitrer Campbell wioto u letter
which lias been seen cudcrlng Holt to
piep.ite the list of candidates who were
Tho clllclals state that It Is the In
tention of thu department to sue, not
the c-.iudldatcs but nil who uro delin
quent It miy bo that a list ot tho
p,o eminent ollli i.ils who uru ilellu
Itii'iit will be publlrhed next.
The big tlsh, whom n number of pul
Illclrns Htntu wns tlio rcnl object of
thu piep.ir.itlon of Iho list, cseimed
Sheriff Ilrown somo tlmo ngo paid $1)00
In tixes, clearing his iinnic off the
'llieie w.-.s n suggestion Bomo little
tinie ago tlr.it tho snlary of tho Treas
tiie'r Hhoiild bo rnlaed ut tho roiuliig
heuslon of the Legislature, und tlio mat
ter was lal'en up In u ciiiciir of tho
politicians at tho u.'!ous meetings held
i.ihl nlglit It is said tliut a luucliislou
wus le.uhcil on tho subject but ut what
llgurn it was lit no uuo was willing
In tlio Kidenil Court loil.iy Judge
Hole bcntcnu'd u niiuiber or piluoncra
who plead guilt) of thu olfencej leu
which thoy liiul been iudleted by tlio,
tiininl Juiy. lu uuo ciiho, tho inobl
serioiiH irlnm of nil, tho dial go nr I
hreuLIng forcibly Into thu postullle
.it Wuoakini, .Maul, Hcutrncu on (ko,
Niialeiiiii) unci John I'linmi w.ih pint
poned Oil ThiiiMl.iy. Ah tho two
prlnoni th .110 only in tnui 111 jcuih of
ligo leapeelhely Ihej will piubiihl)
ho rent to tho llefiinn Hi IiimiI.
I'l Hilt '. Ilertelnuinn, chiiir.ed wl'li
11 in " in lii 11 llnllnl H'nls nllieei
wan lined $1 und bcntonccil to emu
day In 11.1I111 J.ill.
Ah MjiI ilimgeii with perjury, win
lined (I iilvi'll His liioiilliM III Jail, nud
mil m pay Ihu umls nf Iho lllul.
OIiiii, iliuiHi'il wllh foi ulng 11 I
H iniiiiiiyiiiilui', wns iilwn line' 'ur In
jiill m Imiil liibui iiml mutt 1 m liu
YiiiuuMimi, (IiuihM ullli IHUH ill'
lllllnii. nlmid &11III) 1111 nnu iiiunt uiul
(lili ii'uill'l H H'Jll' I","!' " h11
lu fWHVIiu'il mi Putlllilu),
Old Pepper Whiskey
(HAND-MADE SOUR MASH)
Is always Well aged and It Is purity itself. Made in
Kentucky In a distillery established in 1780.
M2-004 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WIHEB & LIQUOM.
Tlieo, M. Davies & Co., Ltd,,
An office cm be kept cool on the most
sweltering days by an electric fan. You
simply attach it to your incandescent light
wire in place o! the lamp.
Wc can supply you with a good fan.
Once used you will wonder how you ever
got along without It.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
OFFICE KING ST., NR. ALAKEA. PHONE MAIN 390.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
, l-ao moved his residence from tho cor
ner of I3ERETANIA and RICHARDS
20 King St., near Riclinrds.
New Telephone number Dtuo 1011.
Silver Cloth Brushes
Make handsome, useful presents fcr men. Wo have many new ones
In great variety. Sco our new line of TOILET COODQ.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO,, Ltd,,
We are the only bakers in Honolulu making
WE SELL IT FRESH FROM THE OVEN.
It possesses a delicious flavor; is most nutritious and Is the Ideal
brcud lor sandwiches, as It can be diced thlu as cheese. Although much
superior to oidinaiy bread, it Is made in the came ulrc loaf and sells for
the same price,
What Is truo of our BUTTERNUT DREAD la also truthfully claimed
for our CAKES and PASTRY.
Oldest and Purest
ice Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
Bakery and Lunch Hooni
NEAR FORT CT.
OUR IHJNr.RAL RATEti for tht poo
and middle classes are as follovst
?8.W, VSV), tt,.Q0, n(! Mldrils
Clan, mou, STi.OO, (10 00, sud up
vv.iul to lull,
Wo can lit found nl all hours of tin
Hay at our olhr.t anil by I'hons Mln
179 nnd nil bourn o nluht by I'lions
m kom r Ti