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IHBN'IN'n mtl.LKTIN, HONOLULU. T. )!. KIM DAY, OCT. 111. 1300.
LOVELY HOUSE GLEANER
Duo Htlll strong man In n blatant land,
whatever they mil Mm, what
Aristocrat, democrat, nnlocrut
Who can rule and ilaro not He.
The Ilullctln has Halted not In vain i
for mi uttcrnnco In thu Democratic j
Published Kvnv lwy Except Biinday. ', lAihr-rtlscr IMItorlal Noi I, 'Oil Advertiser IMItorlal Oft 19, 'ofi
si 120 Klnj Street Honolulu, "latikcn Is mi mutable lairtUnllnc it Is dllilrlilt In seo what the Sheriff
T II., by the "lan who has belonged to all three hopei to make out of the argument
' parties In n ;ear and cannot be iln th.it lauken. If elected, would change
BULLETIN PUDLI3HING CO., LTD. Tended iinon to move In any clu-ii no- the iieisoimcl of the police force.
- ' "j lltlrnl dlirrtlon If Hie wind change Why shouldn't he, hi far oh the mn-j
WALLACE R. FAItniNOTON.. Editor lie has onfescd to IuuIiir Inilcllbie lorlty lire concerned? Im't the ilia-
" ' ' iii i ,,,, . ,.,, . ,,, ,,, , 1 1n f lil j inns. I . fiilttu.ll tf lli.i tun nil iwillllf I fin a ntul
I I'I'VLl ll III' lIUIH llii in- - ........... w. l law mid ii ,viitii ihiis i ill 111 III 11 I
llloiis fault in n Delegate In Cuiisrc grafters who wenr police uniforms and indvcrllslng literature which wourd In-
would be Mm blind, iitnea-onlng hatred the substitution of men who will keep j memo wnai mo genuomeu oi ino up-
of while men i.mt whlln iiich'm tueis- crime In check, one uf the thing the i position arc driving at.
urc? " people want to elect laukea Ior7 At last they nru discovered.
Why sboiild laukea keep Drawn hetl Notwithstanding they lmo filled tho
Aihorllirr IMItorlal July fi, Ul era In pollic employ? High SlicrliT I)bl r candidates nearly full nnd orfrr
I Poor Itille ilclcgaHun: Hut fur fol- Henry did that nnd got the worst of nllh )vmi,mxv lag there It.m
1 IIIWII1K HIP C1H1U13I1 iuiwn Ul uuntii ,1 Hum m;iii 111 illlisil . llcll liu ftiu
KMcrcd at tho Pnitolllco at Hono-
noliilu nu Kecond class matter.
fumble In Advan:.
Pormoutb, 3tiywiiri In U. S..t .75
Per quarter, anywhere In L S.. 2.00
rcr)cnr, anywhere ti. H 8. no
Per year, postpaid, lon-lcn. .... 11.00
aixu.ontlio t .no
l'crenr, nnywhero In 17. S 1.00
Pet year, pojipold, foreign .... 2.00
Ttrrltory of Hawaii, )
Gauntry of Oahu. )
C O. IlOCKl'H. Iliisluess Manager
of th. OUIXETIN Pl'llMSHINO COM'
J'AM. LIMIITi:!), being llrsl duly
ni.n. on oith depose.) and says:
That tlio following in n true and cor
rect statement of circulation for tho
tunds under the Territorial law to
1st In securing labor other Ihnn Oil-
The split-ticket "bes-man" pr. pa-
ndlng Oct I?. ltino, r Hie Dal-I gandn say Hint tills man's rldlup up
ly n-iii veekl editions of tho liven- and down misrepresenting buslnei
!ui; liulletln Interests has no conneeilon wlin'rver
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. , with the campaign which they nro
Gl'jrday, Oct 6 2620 I ,i.- nmiimi piTlnln Count v oftl.
Oct. 0 2450 tl,r9
O'1- 3 2374 1 t i, ,inrt and rarccl of the anw
Oct. 10 S" i ruinous policy of piomotlng d.Mon-
Oct It -381 t,nt 0 , cnirylng out the f.rm
Oct. 12 2376 , i,nr.. f mlienresentntlon .whlrh ho
A-age dally circulation 2446 ntiil orlglnallv laid down by the lull-
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. ors attacking 'oimty onicers.
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1900 2486 , n other words, tho lessor. of
Number of weeklies delivered on ' tieachery do nm produce the luca-
the Isl-nrf of Hewall alon 1004 J tlonnl results expected or promlsod.
combined guarantied average lTnc contliiiiatloti of a eotnmuMty'a
circulation 1032 I i .ii.i.,i .i.n ,iriri
T Til l""l'VW " i"'l '" --"
I party loyally Is derted nnd iltuum
become political pliates with i--ich
one using his particular knlfo for per-
Subscribed nnd swurn to bo- innl ends.
lore me thla 13lli day off llindncss men can vole for men .'io
SCAL October A. I. ltioi'.. 1 1 mlangcr the prosperity of the lalnnds
I'. H DLinMrrTi:. If they see fit. They III do this if
Notnry Public. Klrt Judiclul UirculL they accept the split-tic 'Ct proposals
-3 ' now being made.
It i Democratic delegation to National ngalnst Uruwn, Ills Inherited pullia
Concntloni might now he riding high turned upon him and he saw treachery
and dry In the band wnr.on. piled upon Incompetence.
jllouscclcanlng is what the people
want of lnukc: they deilro to sec ev
ery man W'ho has not made good urf a
pollicman, put out and law-enforiers
(.ill In. That 13 what the police reform
tnutemeiit is for.
He savs the corpora. Ions are trjlngiwork,
to Oilcntnlliy, the Territory when, n Wcio these men made the object of,
a matter of fad. they are furnishing ! attack? Were Hrown or ChlllliiKwnrtli
tliU lliie'3 Il.llllHL ltlllll IHV Vl'lilivto
.i're hurlcil by the hoodlums?
They v,crr not.
BULLETIN PUIIMSHINO CO., LTD. I
by C. O. HOCKUS,
.li. r 10. lSw.l
The description of Hie work koIuk
forward at ICal.iupapa published in
Thur3day'H Issue, tells its own story
of tho carnei-t, honest. paitUularly ef
ficient, and consistently thoughtful
work that la being done to mid to tho
cotnforlo and Improve tho surround
ings of tho unfortunate warda of the
Territory. This Is performance that
IB nbsolu'ely simaro with the promlso
nnd Is deserving the support nnd com
mendation of every Intelligent citizen
ef the Territory
SPLIT TICKET, THE HOODLUM
1( Hie Deiminnts have nil) respect
for the spirit of fair play or honorablo
controversy In polities they will suo
to it that the thug luetics practiced at
the Republican met ting not only have
their sharpest condemnation but act
Doubtless the Demnuntlc managers
will respond that they nro In no way
icsponsiblc for what may tnko place
nt Republican meetings. Possibly not,
personally responsible. Wo liopc tho
town has nut leached that stago of
Advcrtlserlam where men are sent m'
with the purpose of dlsiuiblng i."
breaking up meetings.
As rcprc&cnting tho opposition to
the dominant party, thu Democrats do
have responsibility, exactly ns thu Re
publicans would be in n measure re
tponslble for thuglsm nt Democratic
Uvcry respectable p.irtlznn Is first
of all an American citizen, and oh such
It Is his duty to uphold law, order nnd
Certainly the Republicans are not
responsible for any outrages upon can
didates at Republican meetings.
Huslness men of this city had n
i ample la-it evening of where the split
ticket. Republlcnii-wrecking campaign
of the morning paper Is leading and
to what depths of hoodluinlsm It is
degrading political activity.
We sny biisluecs men particularly
because II wag evident that tho can
didates of tlio Republican party In
whom the business toiniiitintly world
n.itiimllv ho most Interostud were thu
nnrs snblecleil to the most mibfcmly 1 0h God 'nr n "ln" wl"' llcilrt. Ilt,nu-
The flros of preudlcc and party ills,
loyalty that have been set by the mn
heading tho spl'u-workets have not
touched the IndlUdunts for whoso de
struction they i.re declared to have
Tho first man tnken up ns the vic
tim or attack Is W. O. Smith, n busi
ness man who '8 willing to tnko time
from his prlvnt-i business to nssist ln
legislative work, then I,. I.. MiC.iud
less, another ptomltient business man,
whoxe latgo li.t"rcsts nnd legislative
ecord should nt least give him n fair
end respectful bearing.
This Is n fair sample of what tho
r-pllt-tlct.ct spito campaign lends to.
It does not hit tho man or tho men
ngalnst whom It Is aimed. It docs not
accomplish the declared result.
What the split-tlcketers would hnvu
preferred was that Virtu or llrown or
nny other ngalnst whom their partic
ular shafts or misrepresentation have
been directed should have been spat
(eied with lite mud of polllfcnl degra
dation. Hut their campaigns do not
vwnk Hint way. They never have and
hey never will.
It should not require many Incidents
rf this character to convince every
tersun who can think Intelligently nnd
who stands for law nnd order, that a
campaign for tho promotion of party
disloyalty Is one descivlng only tho
Tlio split-ticket Is the ticket of llio
li o Hum.
I on't be n Imodium,
"OH, GOD, FOR A MAN!"
nud outrageous nttaeks.
This fafse cry of the machine has
Icon raised as a particular weapon to
be used In the spite campaign against
Drown nnd Chllllngwoitli. So it Is
tald by the sponsors of the miserable
I Ji ULEXANDER
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
I.Ike some of the simple great oncj
l-'urevcr nnd ever by.
it's easier than
We are offering
been n constant suggestion ot dlssat-
Isractlou without definite indication of
the real source.
Finally, railing or words of their
own, they call to the assembled multi
tude; "Oh God, for a man,"
They publish tho foiegolng ser.ll-
ment in tho advertising loliimu nt so i
much per. They must therefore feel
be need of It. '
This Is something new In politics. !
Wo Knew the Democrats wero pretty j
hard up for campaign material, bill
we did not know it was ns bad ns this, j
li was Hiipposcu nun ucspiie uieir Mis
tress they loulil llnd some ono along
the Hue ol their candidates whom they
could offer ns having n heart, head
ami hand, who was tit loiM, onto, le
moied fiom a political dummy or par
Tho tiller abandon of their Mirrmv
Is further excmplllled In Iho Inter
quoted words that they don't care
whn be Is, "aristocrat, Democrat, au
tocall" any old thing, so ho Is one
who t-ii n "rulo and dnro not lie .
Wo nro prono to conclude that Iho
Demoeints hnvo found the head of
their County ticket has been plavlng
mine of tlioso nntlcs whuh his spc-L
dal newspaper mhocnle says Iiiinu mi
often ehnrneterlzeil his career.
Thero Is no disposition to syirp.i
Ihlzo with Iho Democrnls because thu
way out of their dlfllculty Is so easy.
Tho Republicans offer plenty of
men, cntidldntes, with heart, head mid
hand. Only riff-raff has gone to th-
Democrats. Republicans rule on the
Auieileaii plan of go eminent of, li
and for tho people.
And they don't lie.
Not hrcniiso they dale not, but ns n
result of n firm comlcllnn Ihut to Ho
It not honorable,.,,
Arier reading Iho Advertiser's vary
ing dcscrlptloun'of the special object
of Its and tlio Democrats' particular
favor, It Is perhaps not to be wonder
ed that the Democrats boriow ultiln.
tlons fmm the best of human souices
to express thu hunger or their soul:
"Oh Clod for a man."
Wear Her Out
The drudgery of house work seems never
ending to tlred-out, dispirited women who
Riifffir from female comDlalnts or Irregularities. In
flammation and ulceration cause fearful bearing-down pains which
are aggravated by much standing on the feet, and lifting necessary In
But let no woman despair of relief from this torture. That famous
tonic reconstructor of diseased or disordered female organism,
. has cured more than one million American Women, and It will cure
you. When troubled with painful irregularities, when back
aches and headaches drive out all ambition, Lydia E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound will bring back health, strength, and happiness.
It Gave Me New Life o.nd Vigor
Deah Mrs. Pinkham: Last spring, while ws were moving. I did eonslderibto
more work than my strength permitted, and. having mental troublo at the samo time,
my health broke down completely and I found mysell unablo to rest or eat. My nerv
ous system becamo shattered and I was palo and emaciated and had to take to my bed.
My sister advised mo to try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, and,
although I had no faith In patent medicines, I waj so miserable that I would take any
thing for relief, I found that It mads a complete changa for the better, Inducing appe
tite and restful sleep and Imparting new lite and vigor to my entire system.
I gained nearly fourteen pounds, my complexion looked fresh and clear, and my
best friends were surprised and pleased at the change and could hardly credit th
(act that Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound had accomplished It.
, Hohora Lillian Heimr,
1118 31st Ave., South, Seattle, Wash. Director Seattle Dramatic Club.
Do not let disease, make headway. Write at once to Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Mass.
Her advice Is freo and will contain Information of great value to you. Mrs. Plnkham Is
tlaughter-ln-law of Lydla fy Plnkham, and for twenty-five years under her direction
and since her decease, she has been advising sick women free of charge.
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fall
HOUSE AND LOT ON
MAKIKI ST. $2150.
HOUSE AND LOT
YOUNG ST. $2500.
938 FORT 8T.
vmmh rkUn'ariAKf (
-1VllivriHiMl .-.iNtu'fict ,j,n.
PARTY TREACHERY THREATENS
nuIncss men ktio- that tho futuro
Iiroftrets of this Territory depends
lan-Uy on the ablli'y to obtain labor
anil tiomc builders to develop agricul
tural Industries particularly labor
IP'in Kuropo or the mainland,
x Hip Legislature and tho I.eglslaturo
lib ii can promote this work, for only
1 1 i "ugh the Territorial gm eminent Is
I' possible tp solicit tho Immigrants
ii ued to ilo the work of the Islands.
it Is well therefore for our business
in' ii to give particular heed to this
ii'ivrance of Democratic Candldute
t?tivn. given from the stump.
Why should we give theso corpor
ations and Trusts who nro trying to
Orlentallzo the Islands nny more
sma'B coat docs not fit any one or
i.u corporation that wo know of In
tl'ls country, but that does not pio
iiii him from prenchlui; a doctrine
based on mUrcpiosentutlnu which
ttrlkcs directly at thu continued pros
perity of Hawaii.
This utterance cornea from a nun
uliote sense of civic virtue Ih excm
plllled by his participation In tho He
publican primaries, election to nnd
attendance at the lleptibllcun Territo
rial Convention from the wmo pre
rilnct, we bellevn, m Jinlgn Dale, uihI
then, on his return, hoiiir riiilmtltutl
dill) ovur In Iho lluiiiiii'iHlle pnrty.
h ii'iiriiKeiiU ln tiltliiiiilii t tin tilt
Of UlL spllHll'ktil llnrtllllli il I... ii, i i Tin in
idnkiMl up by III nuwiwriiU, hi llQIU) WalOlllQUSS T(H5I UOm Ltaltt
forlhulili titfi'iiuiti uikiiiuik for Ills ill
lank aim! 11 hi ik" Hiuai tiini ihimi Cornor fort nnl Merchant HI)
A leasehold near Kaplolanl park,
Walklkl; has 13 years to run rt an
annual rental of $6.00. Sire of lot,
100x200. Improvements vortr. $300
on premises. Price $600. for quick
A heme on Preipect Street Area
of lot, 7500 q ft, Morijrn houte of
eight rooms, Olahlei, etc A bargain
A Few of the
The T. K K. S. S. .Nippon Mam ar- ,
lived fiom San I'rniiclsu) at 3:3U ,
cstL'rilny ufternodu with an unusually
larRp list of passenRcrs nnd elRht !
ilny-H mall. Her odlcerK report that
tho vojnRe thus fnr has been excep
tionally pleasant, though uneventful.
The large passenger list lu largely
on account ot tho fact that there are
threo separate Cook's tourist parties
on board. One pnrty, loimlbtlng of n
number of piotnlnent people from thu
Kntitrrn Slatcx, Is In charge of Cour
ier C. II. Ilaillu. Another parly Is be
ing coniliiUcil by F. Lewis. Thlh pal
ly left Louilon September 1. uinl lie-
lure balling for thu Orient, vlcltcil
nmny nf thu chief cities of tlio United
States. A number of the' pnshengern
on the Ktenmer remain over in Hono
lulu. Among Iheni is Mrs. V, II. Av
ery, wifo or tho general manager of
tho T. IC. K. S. 8. line.
Purser Huberts hns been 111 since
the slenmer left Sun Francisco, noil
did not appear fiir duty until yester
day. Tho Nippon Mnril Knlleil for Yoko
hama at 1(1 o'clock this morning.
Tho Weekly Edition of the ISvcnlnx
riullctln Rles n romniete summhry of
tno newn nf I lie day 'For SRI a year.
STOLE LINEN FROM
ON U.S. TRANSPORT
REMAIN FROM MONDAY'S RUSH
ANOTHER DAY OR CO WILL FIN.
ISII THIiM. DCTTCR LOOK
into the realms of 8anta Ctaus by the
buyer of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., has
resulted in their bringing to Honolulu
the largest and most complete stock
of TOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS ever
brought to the Islands, These goods
arc now being opened up and the gen.
cral public Is invited to call and see
Wall, Nichols Co.,
It's your turn to go to Ha
Iciwa this week, why not
make up your nilml to
spend not Uunil.iy
thero ami learn something.
of the place, and tlio attractions?
St, Clair Bldgood,
Two members of tlio Hlownrd'u ile
r.-it liiiL-iiL on the transport Ilufoid
were Indicted this morning by the I
l-'vilernl tlinnil Jury on n ehurgo of
liiK-eny. lloth of lli.jin, I'mnlc Custo
ntul P. Manella, w-ie lu what has up
peareil to bo a Milt of a combine to
lob I'ncle Sam of tho napkins, towels
r.nd other linen which urc carried for
use on (he tianspoit.
Iho men uele uiuglit 111 tlio act
anil hail no clianeo to illspoho of tho
ttolen fiouds. rather to Hie illsappolul.
ment of tho traimpori olllcera, who
ttonlil be glad In eo the men who net
as rcielwiH of tho htolen inopeily
placed behind thu bam, ns well as thu
men who took thu goods.
(Continued from Page 1)
the Prc-ldent through the Secielary
of the Interior today and bao uol htnl
time to le.illy loiiblder It anil sou what
It melius. I bhotild Judge, huweter,
that it Is u letter which bus been U-
tated tu nil tlio ilepnrtiiiunls In Wash-
liigtou nud that tho KeUoial oitiier'i
here that Is In tho War and Navy l)e-
poitmculB, will or hno nlready, ie-
cited the t-.iuio liolillrutloii,
"I iln not think that there nro any
Infringements on tlio law which come
under tho Department of I'ublle Works
,,uil I ilo not see wheiu it will apply In
1 any ilopaitnient of the Territory oxiej t
llieto us It relates, liu you see lo liu
iliaulcH nud Inboreiu, Tho Teriiturlnl
law wblili was pasted i.oniu jours agn
(0ei tho mallei- ery fully oven with
out li'latlim to the l'edeial stalute. It
goei t,i fur that It states not only hat
laborers ami imvli.inlcn shall not bc
I'.mplojeil nioii- than eight hours per
nay on publl- work, batitrilayu tunl
I'.ullilayii oMe.nteil, but alfci) provided
, Ih.iL u eluu;o tu this effect shall be
Il'liued lu cury ionlr.ul lulu wlibbl
tho 'territory enters (or wotk in wliieii
this ilnss or ilasses of labor shall bej
"It there uiu lolullous of tho law
with which I have not beeoiuo m.
iintilntt'it I shniilil be glad In lieur fiinii
tliuni unit will ret I beta befoto the )e
ii.iiiiui.iit of .hiHtho ns niosciibeil In
the iiidci' wlilch oii liiuo reeu. The'
liintler will lie followed up by the Tir-1
llloilill (imeiiiliielit In lue wily wllbli
h.u In en llialruileil li) the l'e.lii-iii
.ml iIii.ii .ilteulioii wlil lie paid to It ,
Want the Oldest and Purest
Whiskey, donft you?
OLD JAS. E
(HAND MADE SOUR MASH)
Is always well aged and It la purity Itself.
Made nnil buttled In tho Jac. E. Prppcr Distillery of Kentucky, estab
lished In 17C0.
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents
902-004 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 303.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS
Food for Infants
Ordinary cow's mill: In tlilu climate
is often a dangerous diet for bablci..
D O R D E N S
It is absolutely sterilized. The best
celcctcd rich cow'a milk sweetened
with cane sugar.
M FL.il! "ww- 7
- w trtit Lr,L4
SOLD DY ALL GROCERS.
Tlieo, '!, Davies & Co.. ltd..
V YOU MAY WANT TO MAKE A PRESENT OF A GOOD
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('nun this iiiiirnliiK uf iibsnult nnd I'.M-
hi) rii'iiti'iii' wns simpKiidiMl lur 1,1
uiiililli I'l'luliliK KfiiboMI's lliiiiil e
I. mull .to I'liwm vtiis fiiiinil Htilliy
of I Im SJilHIi ihmie Hit iiiiiliii i l n.
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; I'UHCHABI- ONEOFUB AND OC 8UMC YOU'LL IIAVT. 1 lit!' '
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