Newspaper Page Text
BVKNINII IIIII.LRTIN. HONOMJMJ, T. II . FRIDAY. OCT. 10. lflOfi.
FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRAT8 ARE RESPONSIBLE
OCTOBER 19, 19CG. No. 5
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS TONIGHT
Fourth District Joe Aca'tt lilncc, Vnl.
Speakers Emmcliilh, Ilrnail, Jnrrett,
Tha)cr, Trcnl. and others.
Fifth District Frank llnrvcy'o place,
Speakers Kinney, Sllvn, Rone, Fern,
Mnorc, Oandall, Hopkins, and others.
THE SOWING AND THE REAPING
"Sow ns )ou will, there's a time to reap,
For thu Rood and had as well.
And conscience, whether we wake or sleep,
Is either heaven or hell.
And eery wrong will And lis plate,
And every pnBslon loosed
Drifts hack nnd meets you fnco to face
When llio chickens como homo to roost."
POLITICAL ROWDYISM UNRESERVEDLY CONDEMNED.
The Democrats In Honolulu arc to n man In faor of a square deal In
the conduct of the present political campaign, and they emphatically ami
unrcsorvully condemn nil nets of rowdyism and lawlessness, nnd nil efforts
lo Interfere with any candidate desiring to he heard on tho Issuci Involud.
So careful are they to secure proper behavior nt their own meeting tint
they cut out alt heer nnd boozo propositions, nnd their speakers confine
themselves to topics bearing on present conditions, consistently refraining
from paying nil) thing lo open old sores or nrouso race hatred. They would
he glad If they could say the word that would put n stop Ho such disgraceful
icencs as occiirrul nl the ltepublkan rally on Punchbowl InBt night unde
niably n prut of tho little family row now In progress In tho Republican camp.
Hut by precept and example tho Democrats will contlmto to try to InciilcaV)
right principles of campaigning, hoping that their distressed opponents may
jet nee tlto eiror of their way and swing Into lino with llio well-behaved.
WHAT HAS BECOME OF THAT CHALLENGE?
In Wednesday's liullctln, ticorgu A. Davis, Ksq., Is reported to
ciuplcd at a Republican meeting tho night before In part as follows:
"Vo will send out n challenge to tho Democrats to meet
us In public debate In the Opera House. Will they accept It?"
Como along, ticorgc. We nrc waiting for you. (let your challenge up
In proper shape nnd addrcia It to II. J. Mossmnn, Kan,., Chairman Democratic
County Committee, and you will probably find what you want.
WHEN ARGUMENT FAILS, TRY A HULA-KUI
The ichouricfulncss of the candidates on tho Republican ticket Is some
thing marvelous. After W. O. Smith's argument for tho straight ticket in
front of Joe Clark's resort tho other night, II. W. Lclclwl, candidate for
Representative, was Introduced. II. W. Bald ho couldn't tnlk llko W. O., hut
lie could go him ono better when it came to hula-hula-liig. Then the ngllu
I.elclttl perfoimed a lew muscular contortions which aroused great enthusiasm
in tho audience and much cheering from ttio holokucd habitues of the Clark
pi. ice. Wo can Imagine Y O. pleading In the Senate for a good liquor law,
while 11. W. hula-kul n bill thiough tho House to perpetuate resorts of the
ANOTHER FAKE NAILED
In bold head-Hues Tuesday afternoon the liullctln announced ".Maknlnai
Sells Out Ills Support to Rose for Auditor." .This Is Just another of the
freak fakes of the machine Republicans, designed to throw odium on tho
Democrat;! who uro conducting a clean campaign. Mnknlnal failed to stay
In the race probably because tho Republicans didn't feel llko putting up the
pilrc of his nomination fee. Raker, the Home Rule candidate for County
Treasurer, fared hotter. At the cloventh hour ho was furnished with tho
necessary "5?, and qualified Just before closing time.
DO YOU WONDER AT IT?
"Although It was only n precinct meeting, I hero could
not huve been less than 500 people present. And there were
' more at tho closo than there wcro nt tho beginning. More
over, tho audience was almost entirely made up of men.
There were low women present."
The nhove lines nro taken from tho liullctln teport of thu Republican
meeting nt Kakaako Wednesday night. This Is llio meeting that was opened
with prnjer and clu3Ctl with beer. Word was early passed arour.d that tho
beer would come last. This accounts fur the "moro at tho closo than tliera
wcro at tho beginning". We reaped the Kakaaku women for absenting them
selves from tho debauch.
CONSISTENCY, THOU ART A JEWEL!
Charley Chllllngworth Is very Jealous of his reputation for veracity. So
much so that ho talked about punching any fellow who would daro say he
had heard any Democrat advocate McClanahan's election In tho Hawaiian
language. And now Charley Is reported In tho public prints to have
"stated that Trent had said that John Raker had gono to him
and orfcrcd to bell his voto for J100, but when Raker fnced
him, Trent had made himself scarce."
Now, unfortunately, we nro fiom Missouri, and havo to be tihown.
Deacon denies thu soft Impeachment pleads utter ignorance, In fact
we'll appreciate It If Charlie, will open up his vcraclty-hox and brush uwiiy
IT'S AN ILL WIND THAT BLOWS NOBODY GOOD
A venerable delegate from one of tho other Islands to tho Democratic
Tciritorlal Convention was much pleased at tho nomination of McClauahan
lor Delegate to Congress. It was explained to tho old man that considerable)
expense would ho involved in tho campaign, and that this expense would
very probably havo to bu homo bythe candidate himself, "That'B good."
laid tho Venerable Delegato; "1 bcu now. 'flod mnvco In a mysterious way.
Tho Mniichuilu went on tho rocks. Mr. McClamhan wan chosen attorney
nnd got a good fee. Now he can accept our nomination lur Delegate. That's
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 19. 1906
t NAME OF STOCK P!i Ui
,, , . . I C Riawa f Co ..
Tho Civic I cdorallonlits nrc nt pre I suoak
i E lltntitl'Hi Co
fawCftifl 4 Su-ar Co
Hawaiian SUM' -
Honnmu hu?r t.o
Hwiokaa Shr Co -tU'klhufftr
Kih llm Plantation Co
Kllwl hantatirn c.o ll.
cut exceedingly chary about giving nut
any news of their movements, and, us a
matter of fact, some of the leaders say
that It Is not certain that the Federa
tion will do anything nl all this mm-
pnlgn. II Is, however, fairly certain
that something will ha dune, and that
within the next few days. I Ui wu Co..
1). U Wlthlngton. who Is at tncEciit ' SW'.TAW
,1.- ..i..- 1 .1.- II.- v,.,., ...p.. -.
mu iiiiuiH licim ill mu UACIIIIIC- lllll'- ( nMr i
niltlco nf the Civic I cilrrallon, which
hiiie tho whole show, was teen ckt"i'-
day. Ho said that he had been ton
busy with hit legal work to do polities,
and rcferied tho rcpottcr lo another
member of tho lommlllee.
This member spoke In a m inner m
us to Indlcato that llicio would he
something doing-.; "bill, ho explained,
whatever he knows about It ho knows
conndeiillnlly and loiild not discuss It '
Next the tcportor sought and found
the Rev. Dnrcmui Kcuddcr, who una
very bland nnd chary of haying any
thing. As soon as he heard what the
rporler was after ho refencd him to
WUIilngton. He wus loht that the
learned Dave had nlreidy slaved oh In
i(ulrles, hut still the icvcrend gentle
man thought that WithluKtun vr.u (ho
man In see.
"We understand tluit the Civic Fed
eration will endorse Col, McCarthy be
t.iuso he Is for a high Ihpior license,
ventuied the reporter.
"Ah!" k.itd lKjrcnni'i lolly. "Hut
then 5011 shouldn't believe all yo-i
bear." 'I his lie followed up with an
anecdote nbout n mini In u Pullman.
On being further pressed Dr. Scud
tier explained that tic could not my
what (be Civic Federation would do, us
he was only one of Its members, uud us
such uctlon would hnvc to be decided
upon by Hie whole executive committee.
Ho did not know what die loinmlttci;
would do, ami did not know when It
would meet. Ho had received no no
tice of a meeting. Them was still two
weeks before election, he said, t-o titer"
was plenty of time In which to net. i
Dr. Kcuddcr was asked If It wus a
fart that he personally Intended to vote
for Col. McCarthy. i
"I can't say," ho answered.
"You sec, 1 have not had the priv
ilege of making (ho ncipialntauco of
Col, McCarthy, and I only know- nbout
him by hcirs'iy, hut I am looking up:
the matter nt present. At all evctitH i
am only nu oiillnary citizen, with Jui.t
one vole, but when I nm prepared I
shall he quite ready to glvu out my
In tho me Ultimo there I excellent
reason to believe that thu facts of tho
case nto us follows:
Thai (he Civic Fcdeuitlon has nl
leady tnkeu up tho consideration o!
tho matter of which candidates It will
endorse; that It has piactlcnlly toiiiv
OfmntrA iea Co , .
OoVaU Viraf Plant Co
8 la Euf it Co 111! w.
In.alu C. .... . ..
Paautiati Suraf l'int
Parisr Snrar Mill ...
I'll PtantaMon (Jo ...
lfrffkMSur To .....
Plnir Mill Co
Walatua Agricultural Cf
Wntiliii Sugar Co ...
Walluku Sugar Cu i
VVama Vim Co
I tcrlMnl Slam N Cf
Hawaiian blctrlf Co
I Hon K T fc L Co Com
I Mutual Tlrhin Co .
(latin M A I, Co .
Hln WU,.J C.o ..,,.
lion II. M. Co
lUw litl'l4 p c
I'rtiitiitiiiB li . ..
, -aw In aH I- ..
ItwTrr tit lie ...
haw Irtr I 4H p. c...
Cat III. Sue (k Ktl.Ci,
Haw Com At Sue Co 5 pt
Haw uc-Coop c -
Mllo H H Co Cnn (1 p -.
Hon H T L Co 6 p (..
Kintiku Plant Co 6 p C
Oahu Sugar Co6pc
Ulaa -juear Coo p c...
Hnrr Mill Co A p c .
Waialua otrli- Inni.
MCUi)Jt . Cii. im --
! t I
t Ay j
Y i 1
iv. r. 1
I 11-i. v
I. Ot.ru j
1 5" ni
, II I-
y S I f
! H7l '
i 6 It
1 tit t
It 17 IJ
LOCAL AND QENliRAL
You don't know the news, ALL
It, unless you read the Bulletin adi,
S 1 4,
M 1 '
17 I 1
Rnnirli- Mu Uwa,
IS'J Oahu Hug. Co,
$ I -!.'.; 10 O
fin; coo Kwii, ?:i
ll".:i(l; To Oahu Hug. Co
l'loueer, 1 :!.': 100 I'loiuei
It H U Co.. tW): ion Kvv.i. j:'!: 73 l!wn
?Jii; l) Oahu Kiig. Co. Jtnr.U: 12 I.-l.
8. N. Co.. $I2S: 21 I -I N Co.. i:."..
Ki:iiHION: IU Oiiomei l!t. SIihm) M
Wlillo kIciiii union Klmkydi stiible
Your grocer sells I'ol llrc.il.fnst Food.
Opcuiui; Monday nt Mrs DltkeiFiin'i '
The Supreme Court has adjoin lied
till Monday. I
It. v. I;ui-iiu came 111 on me ,m.i-
meil.l this iiftciiiouu.
I V. C. vim llnmni mnl wlf" arrived on
1 1 I lie Alameda inn niiirnooii.
'") Mru .1. (1. Young ami Mrs I It
Yuiilig urilveil on tho Alameda
Kikuewa is 11 new freight tlerk 011
llio Inter-Inland sttiimir llatitllui1
Mis-! ('iiywiHid, well known here, re
lumed fiiun the Htutes mi llio Alameda
Di. r. U IVrgufoii anil wife have il
lumed from till extended trip on the
mainland lu the Alameda.
Anion:; tlios'j who retained fiom the
CtUkt on the Aljmeda Hilt iilleriiuim
were A. llerg tinil C. A. Drown.
Mlns N. I'. Wilibtoti Is Jim Ic lioin
tho r'l.ilo, returning on the Alameda
today. She will spend thu winter heie
Mrs. I'entoik. who was nuompaiil'-u
by Mis. Rudolf Illicitly and Miss liuih
I), slsler mid lielto respectively of Mr
Mr and Mr J. C. M. Cooke nnd Mix
C II. Cooke, J
maid, arrived cu
('. J. llulchttis, accompanied, by hi
(wo slilcrs-lii-law, Mrs. W. I. I-Mdl u
uipl Mrs. .1, It. HI0.111, came In 011 the
Alameda from tho Coast.
J. D. Tucker, who lepicscutcd Ha
waii Muitmry at the niiiiuiil meeting of
the (Iriiml l,jdge of California. 11
I'lllieil lu the Alameda today.
'I he appeal In the cine of the Terri
tory vs. Tal Chong, clinrgetl wllh 1111
i.iiilt mid battery was wllluliawii l'i
.litdgu l.liubay'i. touil this moinlng.
Ill .liulgu De IIoII'h court this muni
lug the sale of property lu llio suit of
Klp.iluilu Sugar Co. vs. Isaac I'. K11
kuole iimountliig' to 5 175. 1 was con
firmed. In Judgo Lindsay's court this morn
lug thu hum! of the 'lerrllory vs. Anu
and 10 others 011 11 charge of being
pivxeut vvheie a gambling game vv.u:
being etindiitteil was nolle p.-tn.i.
I.to Chun Hhi, mother of l.ro iin
! jjmwnmi.f mm mmmmmmmmK
" Absolute Comfort " 3
E ladies' "Prince Albert" Comfort" Shoe 3
Z. Soft Flexible Sole, Para Rubber Heel, Elastic Sides. LS
t- Easy Wearing Easily Fitted. Easily Removed 5
f&xlit B Mclnerny Shoe Store vH
?mmmimi ui .....uiu....u.u.tt
llrjile fis. JSiiiVl; r.1 Kiln 1 $v K ".d, Knl. nllege-i tlu.t I-e Yum Kvvnl I1.13
?:. 25 Uwa, flti.
Una. $:;, 25 Uwn,
Latest Kiirjar quotation, 4 cents, or
(CO. a ton.
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS, 9sr 4 W,
Ttilelen &, Williamson
STOCK AND BONO DROKCRS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
THE BEER THAT IS ALL BEER
Thcn comic licrc for thu ring.
Wc have many licamiftil engage
ment rings sparkling with pur
ity and prices nrc its low ;is w
feet jems euu be bold for.
M. R. Counterfort St.
i uiliezzlcil the uuiii of V'W heluiiulug
to lier. Kin' hntl li 1 tit nrii-iteil fur It
ted iv Leu Villil H iiiiw out un a lioiul
A mine uf hareh.-ill will lie plnyeil nl
the .MuMM gtiiiiiiils on Siiiuhiy iiiurii
Inu in In:. 10 it. in. between tho Sweet
Hollies mnl tho Viiiing LlkellKe. 'I'he
ti.vcrl Homes will llne-iin ns follows:
IViu-jutle. e.: John (ioniei, p.; Tci
Keveti Hi Ciinleron. 2li ; I'lnlo.
h ; Joe Kllvi. ss.- Alfie.l Cir-ln. .
Dill, cf.: M. ilctelhti. if : sulis: V. Jae.
I'. (liimiM, Uiigene. Willie.
The tiuusiiurt Sherhhiii hits iiiovnl
ever to the Naval wharf, to the herth
viie.iletl yctterilay hy the Aiu-gawu
The illver will (ontlniie his work ot
MMirihlng for mnl repnlrlug thu lenKs,
the witter helug dearer then) than lit
thu llaclifihl wharf, which will gnnlly
faillltute thu work No ntlvUes have
I ecu received us jet regarding til''
palling of the Klocuin. ( .iiit-ilti I linn
phicy inlilc.l for her ilny before )
lertlny, ami wonl Is cxpccleil any tine'
that she. U uu the way.
rbout a rjai stove that Is go agreeable
to the cook that they will worlt for less
money where there is one In use than
where they havo to cut and carry
wood. If you are of an economical
turn of mind, Why Not Dc Contlotenl
and TRY OAS?
1 Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
The Federal Oriind Jury this morn
ing brought lu Indictments ugnliisl
Cno AKiiiiii. tin.' C'hnlumsiii who int.
been iiarrlcd tlneu lluieu an. I Is itti
pur lug Id" Ihreo when nnd 22 chil
dren, uud against n Japanese niinicd
Olaiil. lor having .lu his poKsesHlou u
btlll with h has not been legisleied
vvltli tho I'lilletl StatcB Internal Itev
AKiina will pleuil guilty to the
thiirw of llllili colinbltatloii ami will
have his cusc settleil in tho next few
PlAYo ill il
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE D5POT FOR B0S3 O
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
HCRC'O THE WAY THE MONEY GOES
Gome of our merchants have flnnlly avvnhcned to tho fact that thoy have
been inado the unconscious contributors to tho "machlno" campaign fund.
It all happens HKo this: The Chinese merchant buys goods on credit fiom
his white In other becomes fascinated hy tho allurements., of tho gaming
tiibles Is forthwith relluveil of his accumulated wealth" unit maltes u sky
locKct Dnlsli of his business, leaving nil his creditors In tho lurch. Thus
llio coiitilhutlon Is prlmiully the while merchants', and thu henclUlary pi'
in.irily the gamester. Hut thu gamester Is too eonsclentlous to retain money
mi easily acquired, and being a belluver In "civic rlKlili'ousness" ho cnnlr'li
ut fti u huge slice to thu "machine" campaign fund for Hie purposu of return
lug In power tho Itepiiblleuns who will ut oucu ilueu every low dlvo l'i
Keep nvvi'el, our dear bietlnen mi Ihu Itcpiihllrnu Bide. Don't let I'm
fuel Unit llio Dt'iiiociiits deeliuo In bend lo yinir level In tlmlr inetliod of
cuniiilliiuli! iiiiisii ) imr usually sweet tetnperH In sour. Cheer up, The
Win! Is yet to come,
Will llio Opein 1 luntt.t n Iiuko riuiiiKli In ioi llm iiuwil Hint vviiil,
nun nm lu IttMi' Urn ilulmKi iiiiiosi'i hy JiiiIkk D-wUT 'I'Iiu tdinrilnu nf llm
iiliiliiiltl mnl llio lii)lHK Ml liin Jmlmwt mi niUi nil iiiui'lnii linud lm
vmihIi luttnllliiii MitlUf In vWlMV..,
to u lonc'liitloii iis far as the Kcnutmlal'
ticket Is coneurned, but not with ie-
ganl to cerlnln oilier parts thereof;
that Itev, Doiemiis Kindlier mihmltlcil
u repoit, or written statement of hi'
vlewn on tho matter wlihh was not
favorable lo thu eaudliliicy of Col. 11c
Carthy, to his fellow members of the
'committee, but -that tlto majoilly of
tjin members favored MtL'nrlhy There
Is also leiiMin to believe Unit thu aug
ust C l.s forgot V V Harris.
The DiimIii World-Herald of Sep
tembcr 2S (Oiitiilus thu following no
llio regarding the Hawaiian band-
.Mlt-u I. I. Whltlo'k, l'aelllc coai-t
ngeiit for Hie Hawaiian l'roinotloii
Comiiillleo, has nciireil tho iitteiitlauic
of the llaw-alhiii baud for tho Alc-Kar-
I'cu week. .Miss Whlllocl; happened
to rcaih Omaha a day ur two ago for
Hie purposu of Inlrudiiclug Hawaiian
liieialtiro lute tl.u tallio.id olllces of
'IliK a It y ami. learning that thu baud
w an about to return horn, sho seemed
Hie iiho of the l.yile theater, with the
I ti III of Mr. renfold, for thecu dinteits
whli h lite to he given lu thu afternoon
'1 lie Homo Killers iiru making nr I uud evening for n small admission Tie
raiigeiucnts for no less than tlnee jm- Thin an opportunity will be glvci,
lltliMl incllnr- tonight. Duo will bo Oinih.i ieoplu and vl illors to ir,n car
at thu I'iriiir of I'uiichhovvl Etreil aim nival to hearthh really excellent baud
the I 'a iu.nl the M'l-onil nt the Mnl- at a nominal price.
Illll ilnji II ami I'm third on llio ii I a ia
hit nt tho AojIiiiii mail unci Mug i7JC"For Rent" cards on silt at
jtHat h Dlllletltl aflr
Napa and Sonoma Wine Company
You can tjet wines higher In price;
but, quality and price considered, It
will be bard to surpass this brand of
tabic wines that has taken FIRST
PRIZES at both tho St. Loulo and
Lewis &. Clarko Expositions.
WHITE WINES, and those exquisite
SPARKLING SAUTERNE and
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
183 KING STREET. 'PHONE 240.
No waits between couioea
when you lunch here; yet
you may take all the time
you wish to cat,
Dury men arc norved
promptly. All patrons get
the best the market alforris
25 CENTS WITH DEER.
'PHONE MAIN 36.
HOME linl MEtl
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY !
Well, I say, If you are feeling blue, you certainly don't look itl Of
course that lu, If your clothes aro ma do by us. Vc make uarincnto Hut
have STYLE and GRACE and give to tho wearer INDIVIDUAL DISTINC
TION, Wo make to your individual measure for the oaino price you would
have to pay lor ready towcaio, and we glvo h.itlidictlon,
SAVE MIDDLEMAN'S PUOFIT3I
Our Uluo 6cnje Suite at Hi havi no equal in to .vol THEY ARE
CEO A MARTIN
ART FLOOR RIO!
Look At Our Window.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Lid.