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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, OCT. 20, 1906.
Published Every liny Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T II, by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
WALLACC R. FAnRINGTON. . Editor!
Kntered ut the l'ostolllce at Honu
nolulu as second class matter.
Payable In Advince. I
Per month, anywneie lu U. 9..$ .75
Herquaiter, anywhere lu U, S.. 2 00
Pervcar nuyvgheru U. S 8.001
t'ervear, postpaid, forclcn. , . .. 11. 0u '
Weekly Bulletin. ,
31 uoulti t .CO1
l'cryeur. an)where lu U. H 1.00
Pervear, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00 '
Territory ol Hawaii, )
Country of OaUu, )
C. U 1IOCKUS. lluslncss Manager i
uf tho UULlIlJTIN 1'Ulll.lSIIINO COM
PANY, LIMITED, being first duly
sworn, on oath deposes and sajs:
That the follow lug Is a truo and cor
rcct statement of circulation for the
week ending Oct 19th, 19'IC. or thu
Dully and Weekly IMIiIoiih or tho
Evening HiilH tin -
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.'
Saturday, Oct. 13 2020
Monday, Oct. IS 2467
Tuesday, Oct. 1G 24SI
Wednesday, Oct. 17 2482
Thuiulay, Oct. 18 2331
FrMav Oct. 19 2489
Average dally circulation 2482
Circulation of Weekly"Bulletln.
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1906 2486
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1094
combined guaranteed average
HIII.I.L'IN I'lJIILIHIIINll CO., LTD.
by U. II. IIOCKDS,
Subscribed nud swum to be
fun1 im' this 20 h day of
IHEAL October .V. I), lUiiii
P. II M'ltNETTH.
Notary Public, llrst Judicial Circuit.
.OCT 20. l'JUii
HONESTY OR TREACHERY?
Hiislticss men desiring the election
of iik'Ii who will eiirr out an ellleleiit
and businesslike program will vote
the stialKht Republican ticket.
It Is generally neccpled thut tho He
publican party Is tho business man's
party. It has nlso become the party
whose principles appeal most attract
hely tu I lie Hnwalian-Amcilcans.
The latter have been urged to (omu
Into the ranks uud participate In Its
ii)iuisls. They have been promised
uiiil thus far given a square ileal.
Is this record of the party and Its
chief claim to stability among the
lluuullaii-Aiiicrlcans to now be throw n
overboard In older that tho peisoiial
Hplte or n row men against Individual
candidates may bo satisfied?
Is political treachery to take tho
pl.ice or political honesty?
Is it fur tho best Interests of these
Islands In nuy way that politics shall
ho thrown hack to the old basis of
voting by prejudice, with secret knif
ing or men fairly and honestly named
by the party convention?
There Is only one answer for the
Intelligent vote of the Territory.
DEMOCRATIC CRY FOR A MAN
The more one deliberates on the
Democratic cry "Oh God Tor a man"
the more It becomes apparent that thu
depression occasioned by tho growing
power or tho Republicans Is arousing
the Democracy to civic necessities,
which their candidates do not satisfy.
The principal organ or thu party
has said In picturesque language that
thu head of the local ticket has done
things that would have scurcd a cha
meleon, and it seems that the Democ
racy Is heading lor thu admission that
thu charge Is right.
First It was a proposal to tho Home
Killers to give them onc-thlrd the po
lice force. Ijiter thu door was opened
wider, for all to enter In. Hut thu
voters can figure. They Immediately
saw that the Impossible was being
promised And the usual result fol
The Republicans offer renl men.
Theici Is no vacclllatlug and unstable
recoid among their candidates which
Inspires them to irsort lo Tennyson's
pile m h und there find theli sentiments
expiessed lu Hie piuyer,
"Oh Hod for a man."
IMMIGRANTS TO THE SOUTH
Practically coincident with the Im
initiation or Portuguese which Hawaii
is soliciting was the sailing or thu
first shipload or Uelglan Immigrants
to the port or Charleston, S. C,
The Southern Statu Is prompted by
the sumu labor necessity ns Hawaii to
leek thu European market fur labor
uud the Government has not been
averse, because tho plan should assist
in diverting thu mass of Immigration
from centers where It Is overcrowding
thu population, Charleston Is further
in good fortune) by virtue of thu liiiuil
gtutlou schema aiding tho Inaugura
tion of u icgulur steamship service of
Hie North Herman Llu)d ships.
South Carolina announced clullullely
curly lust year Its desire to lirlug new
people within Its bor.lc.is. Only about
II Ihllil or Its 20.0110,000 uc res Is i hissed
us liupi lived funning land, uud Hie
quickest way lu see tire the population
which melius lUnylopiiH nt sieius In
lie Ill lapping the i uiinliy's meat Im
STRAIGHT VACCILLATING MEN
(Advertiser "IMIIorlal Nov 1, 0 1 J
"laukca Is I'll unstable. vacclHatlng
'man who has belonged (o nil three
parties In n ;ear and cannot bo ilii-
I ended upon to move In any glen pi-
im - i illtprtlnii If the wind changes
Hp has conles-ied to having indelible
spots on his record. Hut his most at
Itlous fault as a Delegate in Congress
would bo hit blind, unreasoning haired
of white men mid whltu men's lucna
migrant stream. There Is alio need
or man) mill hands The Ktate la
wlllliif to pay the transportation, ex
penses or the first shipload ot aliens
Other parts or the South tiro lu sym
patic with thu movement In whlc.lt
South Carolina Is most active. Tho
idea that Immigration may do great
llilngs fur the ruction Is strengthened
by such living example as tho Italian
colonies of Louisiana mid Texns, Pol
ish farming colonics In Virginia and
Tennessee and the gatherings of thu
Swiss In Missouri. Italian workers
on ilco mid cotton plantations do fur
bettir for themselves and their em
plojcrs than do the negroes long uc-
customed to tho toll.
DON'T BE A HOODLUM
The first product or tho split-ticket
rampnlgn has been tho hoodlum. The
ultimate end Is worse than that.
Iluslness men going Into polities
have hud their llrst experience with
the hooting nud stone throwing that
betokens the enlistment by their op
ponents or the lowest elements lu po
As miii are known by thu fruits of
their hnudlwuik, so the hoodlum
conies tu the front as the llrst horn
of tho split-ticket crowd.
Do )ou bellevo In thug polities?
Do you believe lu thu campaign of
pcrsonnl spile that becomes u spite-Ic-Kt
und consequently works Itself out
by the violation ol common decency
In dealing with rcllow-clllzeus?
Itespec table citizens will not be
'knowingly party to any such cam
paign. Yet every person who nil vo
lutes the split-ticket Is working along
Don't be a spltvfesler.
Don't bo a hoodlum.
A DOLLAR FOR THE BAND
The thought or .loo Cohen going
completely "broke" on the lluwalluu
baud is uiio that might give riso tu u
variety of sentiments among u variety
It Is not to Honolulu's ciedlt. how
ever, thai the members or Its noted
Land should be. left to the fate, or
stranded musicians amid cold and
The proposal ot u dollar subscription
list to bring the ho)s back is u good
one. The band certainly has fifteen
hundred friends in this city.
The Iliilletlu is ipiHe willing to add
Its share nnd hasten the good worl:
along. Ilrlug thu hand home. The
way tu do tills is to CONTItlliDTE
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
fiTl'ri ......T - - " - -
ty: j IIOCIC SOHD- BSOSISS.
House and lot at Kallhi near
Kamehameha Schools $1,000
Investment property on Vineyard
Puunul Tract, adjoining Coun
try Club, two acre building
College Hills (choice lot) $1,500
Puupueo Tract, Manoa Valley,
Lots $900, and up, according
Hinr) Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd..
Corner Foil and Merchant St
lAdvcrtlser Utllturial Oct. 20, 'Ofl
a vote for Iniikcn la a ote for the
ings bank Instead of tho che-fa
. , ... . .lr.h. t,ka j,
c best kind or n struigui ticket is
Wv w"" "fn'B"1 ""' "" "
John Martin, of the Anti-Saloon
League. In feeling verj happy over tho
numerous tcspoiises which have been
made to tin' circular letter Issued by
the League on the saloon question b
the candidates for office in the coming
election. While talking with a Iliille
tlu reporter this morning he snld.
"Tho answers from the rnndldnlus
on nil thu tickets have been coming lu
and are most favorable to our plat
form, n copy or which we enclosed lu
thu letters asking lor Its support.
There ore one or two objections made
to planks, the one to which there is
most opiiosltlon being that which will
force nil saloons to have1 the bars x
posed to the view- or perions on the
Micct at ult times. Another mailer Is
where we nsk that no saloon shall be
located within 4uu feet or a church or
teliool At pi euent Hie distance Is l.'O
feet and some or the inndldales seem
to think that 400 reel Is too much,
"In legnrd lo the plunk which states
that licenses shall he Issued only to
citizens, there Is u question of coustl
tutlouallty Involved; hut the- candi
dates arc favoinblc tu It If it Is round
to be constitutional,
'We me waiting to hear flout tho
Civic I'ederatloii In fine going to work
this matter on the election and we
will combine with them ill the cam
paign We expect to make trips
around the island nud I shall go on nt
least one or these.
"I believe that there should he a lo
cal option law, so that each Island
might decide the saloon utiestlon for
Itself. On tills Islam) wo may have
views which would he absolutely mi
suited lu Maul or to Haw-nil. I think
that they should have the right to de
cide on these imutturs themselves und
we should decide our part or it here."
As let the llulletlu'tf Republican ed
itor hug not. challenged u single
charge mndii by Its Democratic- edltur;
though tho latter Is not so consider
ate. It's n poor contract which does
n't work both wuys and this one seems
to give the Democratic editor much the
best or it. On tho Republican
side "silence, like a poultice, cimies to
heal the blows of sound." And thu si
lence Is understood lo he golden, too.
it's easier than
We are offering
HOUSE ND LOT ON
MAKIKI ST. $2150.
HOUSE AND LOT
YOUNQ 8T. $2500.
938 FORT 8T.
A Few o? the
REMAIN FROM MONDAY'S RU8H
ANOTHER DAY OR SO WILL TIN-
I0H THCM. DETTER LOOK
at Big Meeting
HOME RULERS 10 HAVE
RALLY AT AALA PARK
THE DEMOCRATIC SPELLBINDERS
WILL HOLD rORTH AT WAIA-
NAE AND ALSO AT
A great Hireling of especial Interest
will ho held by the Republicans to
night on the lot on I'ort street next to
the Club Stuhlcti, The prlnelp.il feat
ures will be the newness or tho
speeches uud rpeakers. They will he,
nearly all or them, men who nre not
running for olllce. but who can slate
their Ideas from an Impersonal point
Among the spenkeis will ho A,
Lewis, the piotulticnt attorney; John
C Lane, the leader of the I'lflh Dis
trict! County Atthruey II. A. Doullilss
and (leorgn A Davis, who ha both
already made hits wltli their political
speeches In tills campaign; Archie Ma-
iiaulii, the popular Judge fiom Wnl.i
luu; Frank Andrade, tho well known
attorney; Win. Ajlelt. Ilio ex-Ilepre-M'litnllve
who returned III esterday't
Alameda from Hie mainland, where he
wan playing with the Hnwull.ui hand.
und several others,
It had been expecled that Delegate
Knlaiilaiiaole would be the speaker of
the evening, but this hope was disap
pointed. Yesterday iifternoon John C
Lane Hi-nl n wliele-is message to Ste
phen Desha or llllo asking him to it
tiiest the Delegate In return by the
Kiiuill. Krldently Hie message did nut
make Kulilo lu time, for when the
Klnaii arrived this morning, lie wiu
not among her passengers. Admiral
lleekley I cportod that lie was stumplni;
Mimuwheru lu Koliula. l-anc will this
afternoon send a wireless 10 Kulilo
asking him lo return to take "part In
the local campaign as soon us possible
He may the u fine leturn III thu
Chiiullnu next Tliursdiiy.
Among tlie other utlructloiis ul Hie
l-'ort street meeting will be music- by
the Km I glee club uud vocal solos by
Thu Home Rulers will have their
first general rally of this campaign ut
Aulii Park loulghl, at which Tred
lleekley, the rorincr spi-uker or the
House, may preside. The Home Rule
glen club will furnish the music. The
speakers wl be us follows: 1). Kit-
luuoKuiaui, a. iv. uiio, .1, Keuipl, J. M
Pocpoe. JK4 Nakookoci, -I). Damlaiia,
D. M. Kuplhej, J. R. KutiiWiilnuika, A.
I-'uruuudez. Moses Kaalkaiilu. Win. K
Kiitclhula, II. W. Do.ine. Jim. A, llak-
r-r. K.unuel No.ir, Wm .Mossiuaii, J. M
The Democrats will hiivu u met lug
at Solomon Meheula's icsldcucu lu
I'aiio.i, ut which tlie candidates for
lepicscntntlvoH or the Koiirth District
and John Hmmeliitli will speak."
The Democrats will also have u
iiieellug tonight nt Wnlanae. wlu-iu
Curtis P. Iitukea und Col. McCnilhy.
who navii been touring Koohiti and
Wiilaluu. will arrive tiling the duy
They will liu usslsled by the candi
dates running at largo und tho caiiill
dates on thu Klrili District repieseula
SAVING BANK FAVORED
The Hoard or Supervisors fuvors
the postal savings hank sstcm. Tills
does not mean that tho Hoard has any
Intention of establishing such Institii
tlons In the County of Oaliii, hut mere
ly Hint It endorses tho general Idea In
Tlie matter or tho establishment or
a system or postal savings banks
throughout tho United Stntes came up
before thu Hoard last night In the
shapo of u resolution, ready made
which was sent to the Hoard with an
accompanying letter, by Julian Hold
zlcr, or Chicago. 'Tho Hoard- discuss
ed the matter Informally, without any
great amount uf Interest being oxhlh
Ited, us theiu Is no Immediate pi in
put or such a system being Introduc
ed, and agreed to endorse the resulti
Huns. Tliu resolutions read n:c rol
Wlicrcag, repeated failures of sav
ings hunks, involving the small sav
ings of wugeenrners and others, huve
demonstrated thu necessity of a ss
tern by which such savings can ho
made absolutely sccuio; and
Wheieus, this question has been
solved In other countries by the Insti
tution of postal savings banks which
have proven to bo ofreetlvo in encour
aging thrift nnd economy ummig the
people, thereforo bo It
Resolved, That wo fnvor tho estab
lishment of postal savings banks In
the Hulled States and uige upoyon
gress the speedy enactment of the
necossiiry laws for thut purpose.
It's your turn to go to Ha
leiwa this week, why not
make up your mind to
spend next Sunday
there and learn something
of the place, and the at
tractions? St. Clair Bidgood,
"Pe-ru-na Has No Equal."
yWii-AS.ii4'- ;L"9i XSZZZEtSSa
Mr. M. Ilroclerlck, 135 H. 4iitli HI.. 1'lnauclal Hecretary HUble Kmpluyts
Ujlon, No. 1011, Chicago, 111., writes i
"I have been lufferlng from a weak backf and kidney trouble for tome
time and have been able to find relief only through the use of Fernna.
"During tho winter season I usually keep a bottle, of your medleliiu tu the
house and by taking n, done, nl nigh t, I am feeling lino thunoxt morning.
"Some of my friends assuro mo that I'truna Is equally as good for their
various ailments as it is for my complaint, but, I do know that for kidney
troublo and suffering from s weak back It has no equal."
Kidney Trouble Is Not Always Recol
nlitd as Catarrh Pc-ru-na Re
lieves Kidney Disease tie
cause It Is a Remedy Tor
All Phases ot Catarrh.
TWHNTY-FIVH jcars go, beforo
Dr. llsrtman began distributing
Ills pamphlets, books, and newspaper
articles, llrlgbl's Disease of thu kid
neys win regarded as a dlicasa wholly
distinct from catarrh.
AW, Urlght'x Disease Is thought by
many the sorcf over to be a phase
of catarrhal Inflammation.
To relievo Ilrlght's Disease something
mint boused that has thu puwer to re
Any medicine- that It a remedy for
catarrh uf uiieurgau Is obviously a luc-ci-lolnu
for catarrh of any other organ.
Peruna It an Internal, s stemlc ca
For special directions everyone
thould read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle, Pe
runa It for sale by the following drug-
Food for Infants
Ordinary cow's milk In this climate
Is often a dangerous diet for babies.
It Is absolutely sterilized. The best
selected rich cow's milk sweetened
with cane sugar.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd..
1 As a Qift
i x ( ii rr
B YOU MAY WANT TO MAKE A
I TAIF1l?F7I I A
W GIFT UMBRELLAS must be handsome as well as of fine quality.
1., ruiiunnoc. UI1L Jr UD ftnu
H. F. Wichman &Co.,Ltd.
Into the realms of Santa Claut by the
buyer of Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd., has
resulted In their bringing to Honolulu
tho largest and. most complete stock
of TOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS ever
brought to the Islands, These goods
are now being opened up and the gen
eral miblle Is Invited to call and see
Wall, Nichols Co.,
BULLETIN A08, PAY -TWJ
ik ;&' ... -r--
Like catarrh, it pervades tho whole
sjnteni, and counteracts the effects of
A great many peoplo bellevo that they
have been cured of chronic- Ilrlght's
Dlneaso by tho use or Peruna.
It Is certainly true that In the earlier
Mages of Urlght'a Disease, Peruna Is
an effective remedy.
Numerous testimonials on this point
establish the fuel Iwjond all doubt.
Mr. Otto A. I'lelnnner, American epi
curean, formerly Chef to Col. V. J,
Cody, lll-J Sixth Avu.,-8eattle, Wash.,
"1 suffered with kldnoyanil bladder
trouble until llfo did nut seem wortli
living, I had tried many medicines,
but did not get any relief until I took
l'eruua. It was really wonderful how
much lietter I was after 1 used this
medicine only n week. At the end of
six mouths I found lo my relief that It
had rld'iny system of all polsous and 1
was cured to stay cured."
glcts and will supply the retail trade
in Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
& Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
PRE8ENT OF A GOOD
DH OUSC TUU'LL nftVb IMfc
With the coming of Fall even In
this climate fashion decrees the
changing of men's suits from the ligh
ter colors to the darker.
We considered the Autumn's com
ing perhaps you didn't and purchas
ed a handsome stock of dark suitings
of worsteds and cheviots In many dif
If you order your fall suit from us
it will embody ell the latest styles
adapted to your particular measure.
To regular customers we are known
OS "TAILORS WHO TIT"
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
02 King 81,
PIIONC ULUR 2711, I', O, Box 080,
Weekly Bulletin per year,
..-M. vc,i u sSF
(Continued from Page 1)
said the chief engineer this afternoon,
"The steamer did not hnvc anywhero
nenr enough coal to takehcr to Seat
tle. I was not on board when the coal
was put aboard, nnd so did not know
what sho had when she sailed. Hut
vvu had not gone far before I discov
ered that we would never get to Seat
tle. And, more than that, the Morning
Star will not get to Seattle when bIio
An Interesting pliuse of the case,
and one that puts an even more pecu
liar light on the situation Is the fact
that Captain Ourland, tho mate and.
nenrly the cntlru crew quit yesterday.
And they were paid their full wages
lor tlie trln to Seattle! This, notwith
standing the fact Hint .they shipped
for tho trip to the Coast nnd that the
Collector of Customs had lendcrcd a
decision to the effi'ct that they were
hound by the articles or their agree
input lo Btnv by the vessel until sho
got lo Seattle, notwithstanding tho
rnct Hint she had to put back nere,
A new crew la to bo shipped and new"
wages paid tu them. Money, appar
ently. Is no object to those In e liargo
or the vessel, which Is owned by thu
American Hoard r .Missions.
A city mechanic wsmfjt work on the
vessel this afternoon.Vnil he confirms
the stories ns to thu bad condition ot
the Btenmer. "Shu will never reach
the Coast," he wild. "She will sink
before she ever gets (here. I could
not lie hired ut any price to hull lu
her. The whole stern Is nhoiit leady
to fall ofT."
The chief engineer, who Is- always
supposed to he the one who looks utt
er thu loading of Hie coal, did not
know uti) thing about how' much thu
ship took. Tlie coal was loaded un
der the illreitluu of Captain (l.irland
The Morning Slur Is scheduled ns
nhtu to iiinke 12 to If! kliuts an hour
under urdlnury conditions, On her i
tent futile o age Hie engines weie,
driven at a speed or "0 revolutions in
excess or the normal, and still the
steamer fell about one knot un hour
behind what she ought to make ut
lu the meantime, the Morning Star,
Is being held hole on account or thu
withdrawal or her license. She left
last time under a tcmpninry license,
allowing her to sail for Seattle only,
for this one voyage. This license Is
not now In effect, und it is possible
that she may not bo allowed lo leave
at nil, especially when Hie alleged
facts us to her conditions become
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complett resume of all le
jr.l notices, calls for tenders, judg
Vncnte, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
1 per year.
. esj e -
Rlank books ot all sdrts. ledgers
He , manufactured by thu Uulletln Pub.
IsMuc Company. "
We want your orders for reg
ular lines, want your prescrip
tions, and we want to sell you
the finest toilet soaps and re
quisites to be obtained any
where. Benson', Smith
& Co.. Ltd.
DRIVES AWAY CARE.
Surpasses Inequality any oth
er 5c. cigar tn the market.
We Invite comparison
H. Hackfeld & Co,,