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RVENtNQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY. OCT. 20. 1606.
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FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
OCTOBER 20, 1906.
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS TONIGHT
Fourth District Pauoa Church Yard. Fifth District Walanae Court House.
Speakers Sllva, Ulluhl, Weed, Ing- Speakers laukea, McCarthy, Broad,
ham. Palau, Klakalil, Jarrett, Fern, Thayer, Trent, Hose, Harvey, Ka-
Moore, (lamlall, Hopkins, Kmmeltith mahu, Kahaleaahu, Llko, llul, Apua-
and others. kehau, Nokana, Holt, and others.
THE BEACON BLUE BOOK WHO'S WHO IN
Brown, Arthur Machine The Chief Engineer. Cathcart, John Whiskers
Bald hut Brainy. Castro, Antone Dear A Youthful ABplrant. Chilling
worth, Charles Forensic A Color Arllat. Gear, Albert Verily The Portly
1'romlcer, Harris, Weary Willie A Plank In tho platform. Hughes, John
Adam An Honest Republican. Hustace, Clown, Jr. The Three-Ring Favor
ite. Jarrett, William Perseverance The Fearless Deputy, laukea, Curtis
Prophet Our Next Sheriff. Ingham, Edward Tho Handy Encyclopedia.
Kalanlanaole, Jonah Komeagaln A Princely Statesman. Kinney, William
Alexander The Unselfish Leader. McCandless, Lincoln Laylow The Uum
Shoo Fanner. McCarthy, Charles Justinian A True Blue. McClanahan, Ed
mund Brainy A Kaniaalnd American. Rawlins, William Talkaboy An
Embryo I.olo. Robertson, Alexander Gustavus Martinique The Menagcrlo
.Manager. Sllva, Manuel Antone A Capable Lawmaker. Smith, William Out.
right A Plea for Decency. Thayer, Wade Willing The County Blackstone.
TrentRlchard Hooray The Wicked Democrat. Vlda, Henry Charitable A
"DEMOCRATS NO GOOD NO BEER"
The above sentence Is the natural fruitage of the Republican campaign
methods now being used lu this county. According to the morning paper It
was shouted at a Democratic speaker last night an he eloquently pleaded
with his hearers to vote tho Democratic ticket. It looks as though our Re
publican friends are teaching the Hawallans that the chief merit of the cam
paign lies In beer, and since they are providing beer, while the Democrats
arc only furnishing clear water, of course they are the people to vote for.
And In, this connection, we wonder who Is putting up the money for thin
heer-aud-booze business. Can It be that such good missionary firms as
Castle & Cooko, and Brewer & Co., and Davles, and Lewcrs & Cooke, and
the Bank of Hawaii, and the Hawaiian Trust Co., are furnishing the douph?
We are loath to believe that any one of these houses would for a moment
countenance the beer, booze and buncombo methods of tbelr political wards.
WHAT 8ILVA REALLY 8AID
Our contemporary who edits the adjoining sheet, being chagrined at find
ing nothing In Democratic utterances worthy of condemnation, has resorteJ
to misrepresentation. Whilst the remarks of Mr. Sllva, as quoted In er
terday'n Bulletin, were substantially correct, the wilful failure to produce
tbelr context reveals tho unfair methods employed against us by the oigau
of the Republican party. What Mr. Sllva said In substance was: "Why
don't the Republicans carry out tho recommendation of President Roosevelt
relating to the public land policy of this Territory? Is It necessary to wait
two years for the report of u committed on this matter, when by electing tbe
,' Democrats tu power the Land LawH will be regulated at onceT Meanwhile,
will not these big land-grabbing corporations he busy during the next two
years acquiring more public territory!" Then followed the statement quoted
In the Bulletin. The methods ol our literary neighbor remind uir very strongly
of the young man who bo distorted Scripture as to give to Lot's wife the
dimensions of Noah's ark.
Meeting Held At
Tho residents of Walklkl gathered
at the home of John W, Kclkl on Sar
atoga street last night, where the Re
publican candidates held forth, There
were about 280 people present on the
premises and tho famous Waikiki
Ulee Club kept the things going. Thu
meeting was presided over by Jan. II.
John Hughes said that he and hit
colleagues had sacrificed their Indl
ldual coincidences to work for the
Interest of all people. The Republican
party treated the rich and poor alike
snd if all the Republican candidates
were elected will do what's right fur
Link McCandless, candidate for Sen
ator, received applause. Ills fluent
delivery of the Huwallau language es
pecially pleased the audience. He
went Into tho financial statistics of
the Territory and urged upon the peo
ple to vote the straight Republican
ticket. If elected ha would, among
other things, make an 8-hour law and
tea that It was enforced. Tho labor
er was entitled to enjoy that privilege
as well as a clerk or anybody else.
W. O. Smith said that there werfl
some good men In all the parties, but
emphasized the fact that the Repuli
llcan party stood for equality and pros
perity. Prince Kalanlanaole has Join
ed the Republican party because It
brought the country to prosperity.
Win. Aylctt, who Just returned from
the mainland, said that while he was
away "he took occasion to visit and
call upon the County officials there to
familiarize himself with the running
of County affairs. Thu tax assessors'
and collectors' offices should be
brought under the County, us they
were over there.
A. M. Brown received wild and en
thusiastic cheers. Ho said that he
already felt that he had the Walklkl
totes and asked for the support of the
whole Republican ticket from top to
A. V. a ear, candldato for Supervi
sor, received his sharo of cheering.
He said If elected he would like the
people to come and tell him their
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Oct. 20, 1906
KAMI OP STOCK Pl4t)t! BIJ Adci.l
C Brtwtr ii Co oo.uot toe 37s
tw PlantaltoS Co no.oot tct It
Hawaiian Atflcultaf I Co i.tnjoat i . us
lta Com ft Sugar Co,, a.m.,.. l 8 t)
Hawaiian .Suf at Co .. t.ouo,.iui ti i-
Honoau Sufaf Co tscoa la. M5
Honokaa Su( ar Co .. 1.000.001 - it 1-1
Haiku Sar Co.... juo.oo. i . i
Kahuku Plantation Co. oo.o 7
Klhtl Plantation Co LM t.vai.oo V I -l
Klpahuld Sua Co ... rfe.ou IM 1
tolol Suf.tr Co 500,001 lot Ho
McBrydtSitttf Co (,50V tt J 5 '
OitnSuiirCtHwww 1,000.001 to. ''7 its
Onotwa Sotf Co i.ouo.co. l ' Jo '
Ookala Str PltM Co ' jot.oo. a. )7I' Jll
8la Sueit Co LU ..... s.ooo,oix ''
lOWtlll CO ,...-.. ' IJO.OOI IM I0
PttiihtiiSostrPiuiCo tooo.001 y '
Ptciac Susar Mill ry.ooi in no
Ptll Plantation Co .... 950.001 101
Ptpotkao Sugar Co ... tjo.ooi tot 1(0
PlonrMIIICo. . ,to,ooi 1 l II'
Walalua Agricultural C t.looutc 10c (o 7 1
Walluku Sugar Co .;.. worrt 1 .Jj
WalluMti Sugar Co Set 1 5000 100 lC
Walmanalo AugarUo. ff,,oo
t lUr-ltlanl Sltam N Ci i,yx.uv 101 US
Hawaiian ElKttlc Co 50,001 loo ijn
KonRT. LCoPU.... . 11c 10.
on M T It L Co Cob. 1.1000. , ,,
Mutual Ttlrphono Co io,ool h 8 -4 ', -a
Oatiu K t Co. a,ooo,o io
Hllo Raroa4Co ..... 1,000,00. to
Hon. B, M. Co 40,00. k l? 1-1 II
BONDS ' '
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Krlundinz 100J ... w- ,,, to.
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HawTtr iM pc. ... .. lu.
Maw Ttrr'l 4MP-C... . .... lu
HawGovpr. .. ... 100
Cal Bt. Sue Rtl.Co. ..
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Htlku Sugar To pc- ,,. 10 '
Haw Coal Sag Co I p. .. u
HtwSugar Coopc ... .. .. .ti
HonRTStL Cotpc. ... icll-i
Kabuku Plant Co 6 p c. WM M ii
Oahu Sugar Co 6 p c u-- .. ,
, OlaSugtrCo6pc... .
PaUPlantCn ,,,. io
I Pionttr Mill Co 6 p c . .. .. m
I Waialua AgrkCo5oi .m...w .. bu
I Mc tiiylt S. Coa 1 - . . ,n
Sales Between Dnards: .10 Hwa, $2ti;
J1000 PAIA lit. $102.CQi 24 Othu Sllg
Co.. IU7.G0; 27 Oahu Sugar Co, 1117.60.
Session: 40 Ewa, J25.S7W.
Latest sugar quotation, 4 cents, or
(60. a ton.
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS, 4 1-2(1
Thielan & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND DROKER8.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
PAY YOUR MONEY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE
Perhaps It Isn't good politics for us to Biiggest it, but wouldn't It be a
good Idea fur Harry Murray tu start a little school for his bunch of county
candidates? near promises the, road-workers $1.50 to $4.00 a day If he la
elected Supervisor, ami Dwlght follows with a solemn declaration that It
can't be done. Then McCandlesH tells the dear worklngman how he lov.'S
him, and how he'll advnncu the pay of laborers to $1.60 a day If ho Is sent
hack to the Senate. Next comes Kalelopu, candidate for the House, and
declares that If uuy effort Is made tu pay more than $1.25 a day there'll only
he money enough to provldo work for half the time. And thus It goes. (But
wo forgot: Our Republican fi lends are probably working a system. The
extravagant promises arc doubtless designed to catch u certain kind of votes.
Then thu economy-spieler bids for the opposite kind,) We beg your parduii,
Mr. Murray. You hi'PIii to have Instructed your cuudldates well in the art
of "being ull things to ull men, that they may win all".
FEARFUL OF A BREAK IN THE MACHINE
Said Arthur Machine Drown ut thu Republican meeting last night at
Walklkl: "I don't want to go Into this light to win alone. If we lose a slnple
man on that ticket wo go down to defeat." Brown realizes that every rod
and every pinion Is needed tu Insure the successful operation of the machine.
As chief engineer he views with much concern the prospect of the Installation
of soniu Democratic pulley upon which the belt of graft Is likely to slip.
Let those who have hitherto advocated the support of the "Independent"
candidates on the Republican ticket hereafter hold their peace. Brown has
assured us that there are none such an the ticket; they are all men of his
?holco, uud men upon whom he can rely for co-operatlou. and the defeat of
a single man will meau thu defeat of the machliie "A word to the wise."
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
When we read the uxhuusttve effort of the Bulletin's oracle to betray
the crypt of the fragment (rum Tennyson published In the columns of I ho
Beacon, we were reminded of the story told by the late Bob Ingersoll. Ilo
i.uld: "A Jewish gentleman ouce went Into a restaurant and ordered bacon.
He knew when hu ordered it that if there was anything calculated to displease
the God who madu all the shining stars It was to seo a gentleman eating
bacon. But his appetite got the better of his conscience, as It often does
with us ull, and he ate that bacon. When he went Into the restaurant the
sky wus as clear us on u beautiful June morning, but when he came out It
wus coveted with angry clouds, the lightning wan flashing and the thunder
roaring, Hu went hack Into the reHtuuraut with his facu us white as milk
mid suld tu thu cashier, 'My goodness, did you ever hear such u fuss ever
u little piece of buiuu'?"
THE BEER THAT IS ALL BEER
Then cotue here for the ring.
We have many beautiful engage
ment rings sparkling with pur
ity and prices are as low as per
fect jemk can be sold for.
M. R. Counter.Fort St,
CORRESPONDINQ PLANK8 IN TWO PLATFORMS
Democratic We advocate a clean campaign, without Beer, Booze or Bun-
Republican We believe thut where argument fulls. Beer, lloozo and
Buncombe may curry the day. We are therefore in fuvor uf plenty Beer,
lots of Booze, and unlimited Buncombe,
wants, so that he could do his pait.
He was a servant of tho people and
would listen to and work for tho In
terest of the pour as well at the
Jack Lucas declined the honor of
addressing tho audience. W. T. Raw
lins, candidate for the House, urged
the peoplu to vote for a straight Re
publican ticket, as It wuuld, If elect
ed, do most good and accomplish the
Chas. K. Chllllugworth advised the
audience not to draw color line, but
to give thu same good consideration)
to u white mnii as they would to u
Hawaiian, He also asked It to send
all the Republican candidates to th
Legislature und promised, If elected,
they would provide und maku-liiwH
for the leper suspects. He spoke of
W. W. Harris' good work when he was
In the last House.
Speeches were ulso made by S. C.
Dwlght, J. H. S. Kaleo. . A. C.
Long. Jas. Blckuell, V. T. P. Water
hiuiHu and V, Kaluuokalaul Jr.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
You don't know the newt, ALL of
It, unless you read the Bulletin adt.
White steam autos. Stockyds stable.
Your grocer sells Pol Breakfast Kood.
Opening Monday at Mrs. Dlckertun'a.
Best sup of coffee la tbt city. Ntw
W. W. Aiana &Co. have Rome hand
some fall puitlugs.
The Hawaiian Pawn Shop will lend
ou money un your valuables.
The most Important sale of the jenr
Leglns on Monday at Sachs'.
Mrs. Boris Paris has opened a mani
curing parlor on Foit street. I
Henry II. Williams' new residence
telephone number Is Blue loll.
Wall, Nichols Co., have a large an&
most complete line of holiday goods.
Charlie Clapp of the Inter-Island
service, returned yesterday from tuu
Suits sold by the Kasli Co. are per
fect fitting, well wearing, shape-keeping
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 1243
Benson, Smith & Co. have the as
sortment of toilet goods and they so
licit your orders.
Doei your horse need clipping. Take
It to Luke Rogers, corner King and
U. If. Moore has been appointed as
sistant district Are warden for Nuuanu
and Pauoa valleys.
Bo you like good liquors with your
meals. There Is no better place to get
It than the Cobweb Cafe.
Mrs. Kearnn Is shipping preserves by
the Alameda. She can quote you very
low rates. Ask her about It.
When In need of anything in the
drug line It will bo to your advantage
to go to the Hollister Drug Co.
When you order your vehicle from
ho Hawaiian Carlrage Manufacturing
Co. you will get It correctly constructed.
The new Doctor Bailey green and
dry forage cutters nre in stock at K. O.
Hall & Son's. Six sizes for hand or
While in town shopping du not fall
to call at Whitney & Marsh's store ."id
inspect the enormous display of shirt
Order Butternut bread. It Is tho
most nutritious bread made. Real
what the Palm ban to say about thli
You are cordially Invited to (the
service this evening at 7:30 In the Clos
pel Mission nn Port street, opposite
the Club Stables.
C A. Brown, manager of the It es
tate, returned from the Atlantic Coast
yesterday on the Alameda to look after
business Interests here.
The Cremo cigar drives away care.
Surpasses In quality any other 5c cigar
In the market. Comparison Invited
All cigar stands sell It.
Mrs. J. A. Rodanet has recently
opened dressmaking parlors in a prl-
ate cottage In the jonnson iiouto
grounds, on Punchbowl street.
You want the oldest and purest whit
key, don't your7Tfientk"for Jas. K
Pepper whiskey. Lovejoy Co. are
the wholesale agents for the Islands.
Sachs' consignee sale of Oriental
embroideries will provo the greatest
bargain event of the year. Goods are
now on display and sale begins Monday
The Rough Rider C cent cigar Is not
u rough and ready affair but possesses
goAod appearance uud good tobucco.
Why not try one. For sale at Fits
Patrick Tobacco Store.
The Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Co.
are competent clc.thcs cleaners. Send
)Oiir clothing tu tliem. . .. , wilt do
good work and not Injure the lau.l.n.
Telephone. Main 147. They'll do the
Tho fire department responded to
twu tires during the month of Septem
ber. Tho property loss Is estimated
at about $210 and tho liability of Insur.
ouce companies us adjusted, nt the
lloiriomber a delicious dinner at the
popular price of one dollar la served
every evening on the great semi-circular
lanal of the Seaside Hotel. Best
Talue for the money and coolest place
In town to dine.
The new fait clothing of the Olohe
Clothing Co., appeal to gentlemen who
are discriminating dressers. These
euIU have all the style qualifications
of New York clothing. They sell from
$8.0 up to $22.50. .
Services at the First M. K. Church
tomorrow as follows: 10 a. m Sunday
school; 11 a. m.. public worshop, The
pastor. John W. Wndman, preaches.
Mibject: "The Poorest People In the
World." 0:30 p. m., Kpworlh League
for Young people and their friends.
7:30 n. m., public worship. The pastor
speaks on "There's a Stranger at the
Door." Special music prepared. A
warm welcome. The public Is cardlul
At a meeting or tho Board of Con
trol of The Harrison Mutual Burial
Asboclatloil, held October 11, the fol
lowing resolution was adopted: Any
" Absolute Comfort "
E Ladies9 "Prince Albert" Comfort" Shoe 3
Soft Flexible Sole, Para Rubber Heel, Elastic Sides. r3
Easy Wcarinjr, Easily Fitted. Easily Removed 5
g Mclnerny Shoe Store 3
gS FORT STREET
UUliUliUiiiUUU ii. UiitiliiliiiiiUiiliK
(bout a gas stove that Is so agreeable
to the cook that they will work for lets
money where there It one in use than
where they have to cut and carry
wood. If you are of an economical
turn of mind, Why Not Be Consistent
and TRY CA87
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Dotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DtPOT FOR BOSS O
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
Napa aid Sfima Wise Compaiy
You, can j"t wlnet higher In price:
but, quality and price considered, it
will be hard to turpati this brand of
table wlnet that hat taken FIRST
PRIZE8 at both the St. Loult and
Lewlt A Clarke Expositions.
WHITE WINES, and those exquisite
8PARKLINQ 8AUTERNE and
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
169 KING STREET. 'PHONE 240.
No waltt between eoureet
when you lunch here; yet
you may take all the time
you with to eat.
Busy men are served
promptly. All patront get
the best the market affords,
25 CENTS WITH BEER.
'PHONE MAIN 36.
The Catholic Church of St. JokeiiU,
Moanalim, In charge of the Kev. Kather
Clement. Tomorrow, October 21st. 'JOtu
Bunday after Pentecost, Feast of th member who at any time Is In arrears
l'urlty of the M. B, V 11 a. in., high ou assessments and penalties to an
muss, sermon, collection, Sunday amount exceeding $6.00, shall without
school. 3 ii. in. ltosary, catechism, re-, notice forfeit tho membership, and can
hearsal. only be reinstated by the payment of
(all assessments and penalties and s
Captain Freeman of the Kliiau has lurther sum of G.W or equal to u uiem
returned from the States and Is being berstilp fee. J. II. 'Iownsend, Becre.
greeted by his friends. tary".
SEND HIM A STAMPED ENVELOPE
Will some of our good friends with a little money to spare do us the
kludiieus to huiid JiiiIku fleorgu Uuvls u stumped envelope, addressed to
II. J. Mussiiiuii, Ksi., Chulimuii Democratic County Committee, Honolulu?
lie Hill w It Is largo t'lioiiKli l hold that chullenge the Judge seems to have
lot gotten about.
Homo men know nothing, uud Know It uud say nothing,
nothing uud cannot keep from telling It,
Home men inn not us lilurl. us they un painted, uud others are not us
while uu lliuy lit whlluttuslietl,
Wouiltr U tin' HulMlii lll Itnow ii ill loduy over III" lines nf poetry
KM published )ii'dJp'
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY !
Well, I say, If you are feeling blue, you certainly don't look itl Of
course that It, If your ctothet are made by ut. We makt garment! that
have STYLE and ORACE and give to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DI8TINC
TION. We make to your individual meaturt for the tame price you would
have to pay for ready to-weart, and we give tatltfactlon.
SAVE MIDDLE-MAN'S PROFITS!
Our Blue Serge Sultt at $25 luvo no equal In town; THEY ARC
GEO. A. MARTIN
ART FLOOR RUGS
Look At Our Window.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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