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FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
OCTOBE R 18, 1E06. No. 4
DEMOCRATIC MEETIN09 TONIGHT
Fourth District Katnollilll Clmrcli Filth Dlctrict H. Morrla'a place, Va-
Yard, lama. .
Speaker Ilor.c, Ilarvgy, Kern, 8peaker McCarthy, llroatl, .Ian ell,
- Moore, (landall, Hopkins, ntul I Thacr, Trent, ami others.
others. ' I
A PLACE FOR HIM NOW IN OAHU COUNTY
' " Oli Hod Tor a man with heart, head, liaml
' . J'Mtc Home ot the simple great ones gone
Forever ntul ecr hy.
One Milt Blrong man In n blatant land,
ft ' Whatever they call him, what caro I,
Aristocrat, ilcmocrat, autocrat one
Who can rule anil dare not lie.
HOT ON THE TRAIL -OF DEACON TRENT
The County Deacon unhappily rclcrrctl to Ocorgo Davlx, the lawyer, lliu
other day as "tlio natident orator of the police machine." The Ink was not
aU'ry "" "l0 ,"l,M!r l,cf"ro UrurBC, hurling Imprecations nnd maledictions tight
VjKpoml left, like an angry hull lousing earth skyward preparatory to n charge,
jl- swung into mo cinder path In hot pursuit ot his foe. selecting Deacon Trent
JYf 08 Ills calllmn ator. Tllesilnv tilirlit nl
raving ahout TenncsHte, the Stale honored hy the birth of the Deacon, allud
ing to It as a seceding Slate. Somo wonder why (Icorgo isaw fit to discuss the
lunilucl of tho Stnto of Tennessee prior to tbo birth of Ilrolhcr Trent. Any
such person docs not know tho doughty Oeorge. When Ucorgc Is really,
really after another man's blood he ninny a, begins with events nntcdallng liln
birth, to ho sure that he gets everything In. During the remaining weeks of
the cnmpalgn be will unipiextlnnnhly trace Deaion Trent through nil his evil
and nilFguldcd youth, fotloulng him In and nut through every winding ami
twirling, and still be in time tn come thundering down the track the night
beforn election In Mialch tho eleventh hour "cnmpalgn llo" from the Deacon's
very mouth and blast him with a dual bunch of anathemas that would finish
any one. As tlcorgc swung into the cinder path on Tuesday night tho help
less Deacon was seen taking to the woods, hut we know tho result without
asking: tbu Deacon Is "treed" all right, nnd George Is barking down bclov,
CHILLINQWORTH 13 WORRIED ABOUT KUHIO AND M'CLANAHAN
Charley Chllllngworth la getting frenzied. At tho Joo Clark Republican
rally Uio uther night ho demanded over and over again to know why tho
Democrats arc not spending their llmo on tho slump discussing tho into
between Kuhln ami MrClanahan, declaring that It was becnuso tho Demo
crats wero afraid that tbo advocacy of McClauahau as against Kulilo would
lo3j them iiHea for tho county llckot. Is thl really tbo double, Charloy, or
In it that tho l'ollco Department has been hammered until It Is like a man
wl b a Miro tooth, unable to stand any more nnd wants a rest badly? Is It
rot that jiiii and your friend Drown nro over-eager to sea the campaign talk
nvv Itched from County nnd police inntters to troubles In far off Cuba? Clint
toy's grief nt tho baso betrayal of McClanahan by bis associates Is touching,
-but he will still bavo to weep on and gnnsh his teeth over tbo outrage, for
the Democrats do not propose aa yet to allow the discussion now going on
to switch from County Issues and Investigation into the conduct and record
of County officials who nro now up for ro-electlon. Chnrloy, jou cannot draw
tho herring across the scent Just yet. Wo will discuss McClanahan vs. Kuhlo
with jou nil In good time. Mcanwbllo wo shall be under tho painful m-cca-city
still of discussing jour friend Drown.
WILLING TO RIOE ON KUHIO'S SKIRTS
In connection with the buo and cry about tbo Democrats not shouting
McClanahan from nil their housetops all' the time, It is amusing and a bit
pathetic to sco how every Republican County candidate Is clinging to tho
skirls of Kulilo. Hero is Krcd. Wntcrhouso so eager to protect his friend
Kuhlo from the assaults of McUlannhan that bo has gono way hack. to the
babbling times of his youth, when nt his nurse's knee he drank In u cliurk
story, preserving it for thirty years to servo Kulilo. And you will nolo hew
touchingly ho referred to the fnct that this particular nurse was an Hawaiian
nnrte. All our nurses, elcctlon-llnie, wcro Hawaiian, Verily, tho friends of
the poor Hawaiian voter, and or Kulilo, these dnyB nro legion! When llrnwn
nnd his friends were sticking the knife Into Kuhlo's candidacy at the lato
Republican convention It was different. Hut no man Is n man who rrfuscn
to look through a tnlll-stono that has n hole In It. llcnco theso tears for poor
Kuhlo, wnutonly assaulted by n "mallblnl smelling still of tar".
NO APPEAL TO RACE PREJUDICE MADE BY DEM0CRAT8
Tho following excerpt from nn editorial In this mornlng'n Advertiser on
the subject of "The Color Lino" Is deserving of wide publicity, and wo there
fore make room for it In Tho County Dcncon:
"I.very word said to tho Hawallans, urging them to voto
ngnlnst one candidate because ho Is whtto and for another be
cause he Is brown, Is n word for tho Democratic ticket, espe
cially Curds Uukca. In respect ot race, tho Democratic coun
ty and legislative tickets aro tho ones that would naturally
appeal (o Hawallans; but to their credit be It said, the Dem
ocratic managers have not raised that Issue. Yet they know
as well au they know anything that if they should urge tho
Hawallans to turn out racially, nnd capture for themselves
an office of such power und patronage as that ot Sheriff,
there would nut bu a punk-amell left for Drown."
And when tbo fight nnd tho Hurry
Democrats have conducted their cnmpalgn throughout In a clean and h-mnr
nhlo manner, frco from booze nnd biuuombc, and without any effort to cngeii
dcr race hatred. Can us much bo said of tho Republicans?
WHAT SWEET INNOCENTS TH1I8E REPUBLICANS AREI
With the leper settlement In nbsolulo control of Ucpubllcan oulcc-hnhlcrs
(Including Jaik McVeigh as tllck n politician ns tho party lu power tan
boast of) one cannot but be amused nt
inachltio against disturbing tjjfso poor people at th-. BStlloment with Demo
', ,, . ., , ., , . ., ...... i, ... n,
cratle miecehcs. What "pooflleoplc1 do you meunf I he hunch rnnuli.3 lhJ
Republican mnchlno there? Democrat!)
settlement to tho rubber-stamp, numbcicd ballot Republican machine that Is
flooding tho countiy now with liquor, directly nnd openly stirring up raco
feeling, lighting again tho fires of anil annexation hate, utilizing thu dlveu
nnd worst elemciit.t as Its chief support, and generally appealing to the
worst side of human nuturc.
UIIETHREN. LET US PRAY
WcHieiir that W. (). Smith, after making his speech nt tbo Ucpubllcan '
meeting lu Kakniikn lust night, was utilized to hullo out the beer from tbo j
Ihreo kegs piovlded for his tln-d bentcrs. Can this bo Iruu? Wo understand ,
alro that when it was proposed to bold 11 Hi'piiblli'nu mnchlna rally lu fifuit
ol Joo Cl.uU'u femnlo dive, tbo only condition W. O. Imposed waa that !.o
bo allowed to openl; with his back to the saloon. Is tlthl also u slander?
SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS SUGGESTS POLITICAL ADVANCEMENT
Thu llopiiblliaus evidently think wo nwu tho community our lowly apol
ogy for nut plaeliiK a few l.ivvyeia on our IvkIsMIUo tlekol. Vo (eel, hownvr,
that our niimlili'iuiliin (or tlio public wenl will liu cnmmeiiili'il ntul Unit tlio
publl'ii will hiiitlho a hlHh of ii'llr-r l tbo pioupect ut a IokIhIiiIiiiu nut iloml.
Hilled by law vein, Our iitvn iibiiiivullou Iish comliieed iih Unit It U Uio biiki
niiBit iiiiiii, pot tlio phlloiuiprn'r, nr lliu illvliio, or llm iofealoiin mnn, vvlm
tmlny litlpc'n imllulial iiiIIIih, ili'lmnllli'ii llm pmiliui of iitilluiiiil "'Hon ttli'l
iloiiilimli'4 polllluil inlitclplim with llm rliiliiw of loninii'irii, .Mudoin litvt'tf
Inn Iiiih ittliUnuil wwpm wii vvliulmn io(iiiiy. liHmiiimi (hmI'ih ntul
liiuiiiicvtu, (mill mu vNiwtv llu M'Miifr llii irjlim mmi lnk IUi lw'il'
llm Itmitililli-nn mnxllnir nmron ....
nra all over-It will be found that tho
tho Innocent protest of tho Hcpubllcau
decline to trust their lulerehla at tin-
(Continued from Page 3.)
Park nnd npolnglzo for me. lie said
that I, M. A, Silvn, was n mnn of no
principle (put Hint In your pipe and
smoko It), bad lied when I said that
the Portuguese wcro going to voto
the Democratic ticket. .Now what do
jou think of that? The I'orlugutBU
Ime no uao for Castro ami ho ha J
no use for them." Kllvn ended by
unjtng thnt ho would nut indulge In
personalities, but Castro hail begun
clinging mud, nnd ns Hllvn was lepru
tenting tho Portuguese people, he bad
to taku It up.
Fern a Linguist
Joo l'eru explained In Hawaiian' tho
details 01 his acceptance of the nom
inal ion uir supervisor mini mu ui-ni-
verms, liner niiiiiiuiiii 1 erimiiiiez uau
fellcn from grace, llo said that In
former years both tho Homo Killers
Slid tbo Hcpubllcnug bad been g!on 1
n clinnee. nnd tbo result bail been
bad. Therefore, tho only thing to do 1
was to vote the Democratic ikltrt. '
I-ciii nlso worked tho dear old labor
pay song ror all 11 was wortn, ami an- Wainm- wuico ......
noiinccd the Mirirlslng discovery that!, fjManj'sirlimNC.
tho Itcpuhllcnti Supervisors had not Hawaiian fcitnc Co ..
paid lor the road woik out of their !!t'nSi? VV"','!'1""
own pocket. As n middle lourso bo K. tS.. c? ."
terved a roast on tho machine, will onu H i L -o ..
which, lie said, ho bad bctomo nc- 1 ?,"" ".' U"'J V-"
nunlnteil In his former llepubllinu In-1 'gasub'
rnrnallon. The liquor law was also 'iwTwiof ll-wcil
',. '., ,, ...... KIiiiIIiir l'3 -
l-cru then nddresscd the l'ortugiicso , Haw in w
lu their own tongue. He spoko Mlrly 1 ' Tl'c
for bis effort,
....w.... ...... .... ... .........
Tho glltcd speaker wound up lu
Kngllsh, asking tho support of the au
dience for the straight Democratic
W. I', .Inrrctt, candidate fur Deputy
Sheriff, was received with a alnriu of
applausn, llo said. If rlcitnl, be
would do tho best III the oine. "I
am not much fur speei-bninklng," said
Jnrro't. "but when It comes to tb"
woil I it in all there." Ills speech
lasted only two nilnuteu, n feadno
which other candidates might well Ini
Shanks .Mossman mnilo tho
speech ot the evening with his Mc
Clanahan explanation. "Tho attack
m.ido by Chns. Chlllliigwor li has
made It necessary for mo tu make it
few remarks, he said. "Ho mad"
tho charge that the natho candidates
urn not supporting tho white uiiull
dates on our ticket. Hu Is mistaken.
Evidently he has not attended any of
our meetings. That Is Just the tum
ble with their own party. They uio
not treating each other npinrely, ami
that is why they felt out In their con
vention. Their County and Imjltla
live ticket Is In danger of defeat.
THE BEER THAT IS ALL BI2ER
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Tliorcloi c they lire trying to turn Ilia (Cuban dinar means lulu for us und
fight on to tin Delegate. Wo werojemr liuiues. Can you blame ua for
forced to put up u Delegate because pine lug at the head of our ticket u
wo liclleved'lt would not bo right nut , man like Ij. II, MiClnnaban, In whom
to do so, ami tho situation lu tbu ITnl-1 ivu have ciitilldence. and who will do
toil Ktnies calls for I . Tho situation
In tho Uiilicd States appears to bo
Tuft, who believes In Ireo hu -
Hr i i "H '. '"'", nowew-r iao i y ngni iiiui mu
"bo Is ngalnsi tho laborer, nro likely .Delegate fight .tie fceparnte. Mcl'lan-
, , ,1U , ,n..lle, f,,r prcld.-nt by tliu ' i.tiuu 1.. able nnd wants to light his
f lloptiblic-iina. Among the llemocrn'h
It is between Ilrjnii and Hearst, both
(lie champions of I lie lahoicr and tho
poor man. The Ilepulillenu party 11
drilling towards nnno.allon; tho
Democrats keep uway from It, Thu
Cuban plunlers will move beaeu mid
earth fur iiunexnilon 111 get their su
gar Into thu United States free, Kico
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SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BETS, 9s, 6 3-4d
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STOCK AND BOND CftOKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. 912 FORT ST. TEL MAIN 12.
come here for the, rhiR.
have many lrenntifiil engage
rings !i;trk!hig with put-
prices nre ns low ns per
jetus can be &old for.
, Pis l.c..t to pro cut annexation If be
' In dec lei?
. Vnc Would Fiyht Alone
iivu b-itllo. It Is by hla icipiest Tbo
I light fur Sheriff and the legislative
ticket Is liioklni' blue for tho t put
Ileaii3 und they want to lido lu nil of
their caiulhtateii on tbo popularity of
l'rluin Kuhlo. If )ou believe that Mi
riuiiuliun eim do bent for thlu coun
try, votii for him If on Ibliil. liiat
I'llnco Cupid ran do better, II lit our
Well, I say, If you arc feeling blue, you certainly don't look itl Of
courae that Is, If your clothes are made by us. Vg make garmentn that
have STYLE nnd ORACC and qWc to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DIQTIIIC.
TION. We ninke'to your Individual measure for the tamo price y.ou would
have to pay (or rdcly.tn-vcaro, and vie (live u.itlsUctiou.
SAVE MIDUI.E.MAN'S PIIOFIT3I
Our flluo Serijo Cults at $35 have no equal In town; THEY ARC
LOCAL AND GENERAL
You don't know the news, ALL of
It, unlcm you read the Bulletin ads.
Your grocer tells Pol Hrcakfast Ko I.
Opening Monday at Mrs. Dlcl.t iioa'n.
Whltw hteani autos. tttotkyds stable.
Mis. Jcilmlani came In fiom Knhu
1 11 i today.
The tug Klcu lias gone cm the Marine
lallnny for an overhauling.
Mrs. Kcarns Is Belling good guava
Jelly tit four cents per pound.
A guild filling buy can lec-uic 11 ii
bHlu at good wagca by appljlug tu
HiiJI I'ort Ltrect.
l-'iesh fruits and vegetables arrhe In
the Alameda tomorrow morning for
Henry May & Co. I
I.iiIIcb' kimonos sold for 2" tents ,
each will be tin 1'rlday special tumor
low at Whitney U Mauh's. 1
An appeal to the Supremo Coint h.11
been taken In the cane of August Order
vs. .1. I), Hull b) Itobert U Colbiirn. j
Tho Kuala Athletic Club will nlte o
gland hall ut St. Autonlo Hall, Satur
day evening, October 'M, ut S o'clock. I
It, Weeilou nnd A. II. Kbncr were"
among Hie paietigers who nrilvdl to-'
day fiom Kahultil on tho stciimer,
lu the Hart & Co. bankruptcy ease
Judge Perry tins nsked for J5U nllor- 1
uey's fees. '1 ho iiiallrr was taken
under iiilvlsemciil by Judge Dole. ;
llefore Judge De Holt thli mcirullig
i nlliu eate of liu Nong Wa vs. Ixv '
Sing, tho iippcul was withdrawn ami
tin) 11100 ordered stricken fiom the tal
lu thu ease of A. II. Culler vs. John
C. I.-1110 il al. before Judgo Dc Holt this !
inurniiig tho 'motion to amend wu ,
gtnnteil und tbo ciuu assigned to Judge .
ltohliihon for heating. '
llcforc Jiulge l.liuiuay this mornlnr.
tho tare of the Terrltoiy v.i. Cluing
You. charged with Kindtutlng a gamb
ling game, wiiB lonllnuett till tonior
lovv. Cluing You i under appeal fiu'ii
(1 fZ.'iU tine rioiu the District Court.
'I lie Iriiiispiiit lluftird bun taken
aboard the In Idle cable with which she
Is to tow the Sheridan to San l-'rnu-ilu-o.
'I be bridle coniisls of slv
i.liamlit of t'.'j Inch steel cable, which
ought to be plenty strung enough tu
hold even a ship as heavy us the Sher
idan. The revenue cutler Manning Is tu
move to her regular pbuo ut Hie revf
tomorrow. Since her return from lim
ber's Point 11I10 bus been l)ing nt the
.Navel n Inn f. on account of Hie gi eater
convenience of having ficih water for
tho clcjuliig woik that has been going
Contrary to the hopes uf President
PliiKliatu of the Hoard of Health, W. A.
Kinney yesterday mkc.l fur MiChin
nbau permlsHliin to visit tlte leper sit
I lenient cm Molokul nnd addm-m lit'-'
voter)) there. Mr. I'inkham slated (hat
ho would grant the pilvilegu In all par
ties but nut to any one, and common
Ic.tlcil thin cltcltdoii to I ho leaders of
the Kcpuhlkaus and Homo Rulers,
The marriage of Manuel C, do Mel
hi of NapoopiKi, Hawaii, to Miss Cla
ra UunsnlviH Tixeia or this city will
lake place this evening nt the Cath
olic Cathedral. Mr. de Mctlo Is the
son of John do Mello tho well known
business man of Kona. Aflei tho
wedding a reception will lie held ut
the home of tho bride lu Palatini ami
oniiirrmv the happy icmplo will leave
for 11 wedding tour to Kona, rather
Steuben will bo tho olUctatlng priest.
k ;i )( h 'i 11 )t, 11 it. a )t ! a
duly 'o voto for lilm. Wo havo no
feeling iigalnst Cupid In this llgh.. I
would iidvlso the Itepuhlicaim to tight
their own battle, each candidate lo
1 land on his own record. Instead of
ill trying to ride In on Prince, Cupid's
ftalies Machine Cry
"We aid. jou to vcilu for our candl
dates, vvhii were put In 011 a free bal
lot; they were nut nominated by fifty
na. . I.... .jll,.,i,.,f,. II 1.1 ,,! fnl. r,.l-
l'l niA. '.M1. lllll. .V in ..... ..... ..'. 1
lie ncpuniii 1111:1 in uitirgo icc;iaii.i
laii Willi being a stranger, llo Is 1111
American ua well ns Prince Cupid.
How would they stand If tho people
In Washington refute.! to havu any
thing to do with Cupid because he
cvas a utiuuger? McClanahan Is nut
'i stranger in Washington. When lie
came horn be ha;l n letter from Win.
Jennings Itrynn lo Pieslilcnt Dole.
The Democrats nro fighting fair. I
vvh.li I could say that tho Iteptihlleans
vvc.ro lighting lair. They figured that
Ibcy could fool tbo Hawnllans to voto
Hid machine ticket by casting the
v;hob light 011 the Delegate, We nro
not afraid to speuk tbo truth. Wo
inn lay our whole Ticket before yon,
and ask for jour asslttuncu lu mak
ing a clean sweep."
Chits, llioad gave his usual song nnd
dance about the Republicans having
liliul.e.l his bills fnvorin-; the work
ing men He went on tu say that
Vl.ltt hail aceu ed W. A. Kinney of lie
lug tho leader of tbo 1SD.' eouit mar
tint. W. O. (Smith who was rutmln',
lor Si-ualor was tho Attorney (leiterul
at bat 1I1110. and It w-.ih hu who gave
Kinney his order. A, 11. M, Hubert
1011 was on that military conimlr.nlon,
and. wont of all, A. M. Iliown had
oidrrcd his men In ibuct any Hawaii
mi they iiiw run.
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to the cool: that they will work for lest
money where there Is one in use than
where they have to cut and carry
wood. If you arc of, an economical
turn of mind, Why Not Dc Consistent
and TRY CAS7
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