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ETENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 1906.
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Monday, Oct. 15 2467
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Wednesday, Oct. 17 2482
Thursday, Oct. 18 2381
Friday, Oct. 19 2489
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WKDNMiSDAV OCT. 24.TI?o"r.
Who of tho Civic Federation paused
on the ailllland appeal for legislative
Tho corner stone of chle lituo Is
common honesty. Having Ml out the
i-orner ctone. the Civic Federation has
naturally fallen down. (
Whut Drown says and what Drown's
enemies say he says Is so Vomplctel
Ot varlanco that tho enemies dally
make more votes for Drown.
Antonu Perry has alwaa flocked
with tho enemies of County govern
ment nnd It does not demonstrate any
chango of heart when ho announces
that he will vote for their candldr-tc
The franchise Is not now an issue
unless the enemies ot manhoui 6JI
Iraeo and County government can .r
nto such a political chaos that they
will have Komcthlng with which to
open uji again. A btralght rtepubllcan
vote will knock them out.
Juit let your mind dwell on Frank
McSlocker endorsing Curtis Iaukea to
take tho place of Arthur Brown be
aute Frank objects to machine poli
On Ilev. Dr. Scudder approving Mo
Carthy In place of McCandteis for urn
pcranco advancement, or Poepoo In
placo of anyone; and
On Davu Wlthlngton inspired with
sentiments ot civic virtue which over
shadow perional prejudice nud ci
Just think of them a moment.
NEVER BY TRAITORS.
Witness tho change that Is coming
ocr tho campaigners for "reform" as
tho tlmo for election approaches.
Antone ferry, who has consistently
und openly opposed County iiovcir.
incnt, who refused to iontidcr a ..on.
Inatlon to the Legislature uccaiuo tho
itepubllcans stood for County govern-
inent suddenly discovers that ho la
for Thurston's candidate for County
cneritf. Perry, was never any more in
Uvor of Brown than he is of Count
government. He has usually answeicd
l'biirston'8 beck and cull.
The Advertiser, which has oeen
juistlng laukea'R causo as an cm my
of "machine" rulo, now finds guul joy
In tho declaration of Mr. Iaukea while
he was a Hcpubllcan to tho effeu that
there is nothing In his creed that ets
"politics has no place here!"
,Horo we have tho same old game.
Iho strugglo against Brown u only mi
iCurl to got hold of tho polite Adr.. In
itiation that It may be operated us u
niachlno Indeed, and that by tho bitter
est enemies of County government.
The hand of tho operator)) has been
oxposed so frniiuer.tly that Ihey Imvo
now decided It Is best to ucknuwledgo
tho turn and admit that they expect
laultou. as Their Agent to do polities
and In 'J heir particular Intel etts.
They expect him to make promise.
In thu Homo Killers of all tho places
on the police list.
Tliey expect li I in to promise the (tm
oir.iu tho sumo think
They i peel Mm lo iippivir bo'iiru the
Itypnerlfy buiril of ihn Civic Voia
llaii nnd piomlwi in wlpo out polliLn
III Hut Hllia dnjwiinimil und nmdiivt
III )IIHM mi ulill srvnu iiim.
Tliy oxpwet him iu iu Thlr M'HInn
(Advertiser Nov. 4, "01
"Iaukea is an unstable, vacclllatlug
man who has belonged to all three
parties In a year and cannot bo de
pended upon to move In any ghen po
litical direction If the wind changes,
He has ronfppjed to having Indelible
ppota on bin record Bui his most Be
rlous fault ns a Delegate in Congress
would bo his blind. unrea'OiiliiB hatred
of white men and white men's meas
ures." and when he doe not. then tuiti on
It In) and point to his unstable record
ns nn examnle of the Incapable officer
who has promised all things nnd can
deliver none except that "no politics"
It "not his creed." who furnishes an
other proof of the folly of County gov
ernment for Hawaii.
The community may lomellmes be
milled by honest men. Never by trait
ors CAMPAIGN OF THE LIAR
So far, not a single responsible man
who stayed through the t wild meet
ing, has come out with u denial of the
truth of the story us published lu this
Note the phrase, "who stayed
through tho mee'lng"
The promoter of lies now qualities
Its statements lu order to shut out
the candidates whom It represented In
n previous Issue as spurning the ad
Nances of the denizens of the red light
district. Mr. Stnlthl who was pictured
as the special object of the alleged
maudlin approaches of the members of
the lower world, has tnadti a specific
denial of the charge made. Others
liae done the same.
Now the paper hides behind the qual
ification, "who stayed through tho
meeting," It tries to sidestep. It has
Leeu proeil nn absolute falsifier uud
Another of Its props Is the alleged
testimony of n reporter of "Canadian
birth," who must therefore he un
biased. Honolulu has had other exhi
bitions of "unbiased minds" operating
In behalf of the morning paper.
The Bulletin had a reporter on tho
ground of American birth, who has
enough respect for his country und the
community not to allow Its good name
to bo traduced.
Tho Advertiser gave a lie as a report
of tho meeting and It knows it. The
paper Is lying about Brown and lying
about his associates. It has got to the
point where It must lie in order so
have tho slightest material for Its cam.
Ilootcvelt nays the liar Is not a whit
better than the thief.
QUESTIONS FOR BUSINESS MEN.
The proposition always before the
thoughtful members of tho Itepubllcau
rarty and the business men Is whether
they wilt allow a splto campaign
ngalntt one man on the County ticket
or a personal prejudice against any
nomlneo on the legislative ticket to
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
, trooic - aotitf BrtouRS.
I iWVMTMtNT lrlSUflANCI A. INT
House and lot at Kallhl 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
lleni) Watorhouse Trust Go,. Ltd.,
Corner far! am) Merchant 8(s
" I Advertiser Oct. 24, '00
"At last Iaukea has been found out.
The assiduous searching of his record
In which the machine detectUes hhvo
indulged during the past three weeks,
has finally brought a loathesome thing
to light; and now. at the zenith of hit
hopes he must otep down and explain
If explain he can "
swing their votes nwny from the
straight ticket and themby prom He
Tho rank and file of the Itepubllcau
party hate dealt fairly with tho bnsl
lioss men. The party has stood for
conservative action and honest admin
istration. The Hawaiian-American
clement has put aside, its prejudices,
racial or otherwise, und stood lor
vtrnlght politics and the rtr.-tlght ticket
Do the business men of this Terri
tory Intend at this time lo thiow over
board the rank and file to satisfy u
personal prejudice and another man'r
grudge in this campaign?
If this be thu record It will bo thf
first occasion our men of slablllt) nr.i
progress have ever played the traltoi.
If It bo answered with other than n
straight Kevubllcan oto many a long
day will be spent In regretting the fol
ly. DISPROVES HIS OWN CHARGE.
The atlhknlt mill of the Democratic
rarty Is pretty hard up for material
when It offers F. S. .Niello's account of
his life In the road department uh a
matter that would influence a single
voter against the Hopubllcan adminis
tration of the road department.
What they are attempting to provo Is
that one of ltoad Supervisor Johnson's
men refused this man Mello work be
cause he would not fall lu with the
scheme to change his residence.
The man himself then states on oath
that he was continued In tho employ
of the department notwithstanding hi.)
alleged refusal to become a party to
this alleged nefarious scheme.
The affidavit Itself convinces any fait
minded person that the man Is drawing
on his Imagination to establish the
reason for his being changed from onf
job to another. He says himself that
on one occasion when he with others
was let out, he went to Sam Johnson
und the ltoad Supervisor put him at
If this colonization Job were what
tho affldaWt mill tries to make out, cer
tainly Mr. Mello would not have been
given nn opening to return to work
There Is no lack for men in search of
If Johnson was doing polltlca to the
extent tho story of Mello tries to sug
gest, tho gentleman would not Imvo
It's easier than
We are offering
HOUSE AND LOT ON
MAKIKI ST. $2150.
HOU8E AND LOT
YOUNQ ST. $2S00.
938 FORT ST.
We are showing the prettiest and
best assorted lot of
THAT CAN BE FOUND ANYWHERE
IN THE CITY.
You will find all the old favorites
In their newest patterns as well as all
tho novelties of the Season.
Look the assortment over now
while the sets are complete and you
can obtain Edge, Insertion and Allovor
of the same pattern.
liqNQLUMJ'B Lqe Quap,
been able, to get within sight of the de
partment, much less n Job.
The statement of Mello
within, It an array of facts which of,
themselves prove tho charge th?y seek
to substantiate wholly false.
What n merry machine politician
would be the man who tries to colonize)
n precinct nnd then gives work to n'
man who refused to colonize. The
whole thing Is so utterly preposterous
that It quiets any fears that might hith
erto have existed among people who
have heard the indefinite stories of tliel
bad things Sam Johnson 3 doing with'
his men. ,
The only difficulty with tho affidavit
of Mello is that colonizers do not work
In that way.
T THE SHERIFF
C-Tho Shcrllf will not desert tluM
7 The Sheriff will not fill nny va
cancies under his control with Demo
crals who are not fit to hu policemen.
S Tho Sheriff will not publish lo
Ihe world Iho names and addresses of
people who go to him for assistance.
when In trouble.
J The Sheriff bellevei that n polit
ical pledge freely given Is binding up
on him as a man. of honor and so far
has kept them.
10 Tho Sheriff does not own a print
ing press and will not attempt to ro-
crce a Judicial officer to convict peoplo
or crimes ami offences of which they
ore not guilty. Notice Is given by tho
Sheriff that he will not employ Halter
after November (i, 1900, and further
that ho will not ask for tho resigna
tion of officers who have been loynl to
him nnd the Republican party.
Oct. 21, '00.
JONES AND CIVICS
Editor Evening Bulletin: I notice
Iho Civic Federation endorses Mr. 1'.
I'ahla for the office- of Deputy Sheriff
for the District of Koolaupoko.
If tho rest of the Federation's en
dorscments are uh consistently mada
us this one Its inllueme need not be
feaicd by an candidate, from whom
their mantle ot "civic salntllncjs" has
Here Is n man who publicly, with
great emotion, apologized to the Koo
lau voters. and,A, M. Brown on his re
cent trip around this Island, for hav
ing opposed him lu the Inst County
election and promised Brown his un
qualified Mipport for this campaign.
He Is now stumping tho district lu
Brown's interest. 1 am against Brown
and Ills methods to the llulsli In thlx
campaign but I tee the name of one
brown skin only among the "endorsed"
whoso record if Hn 'actually criminal
way Is known und'tiotortous. Any man
who will deliberately withhold from
aged women tho results of sales of
pioperty until forced to "cough up" by
legal steps, which would have ended lu
disbarment from practice In the courts
of this Territory has no claim on the
"common herd." hay nothing of en
dorsements or the "select und ultra
conservative" among the votem of this
I don't know what Influence tho Civic
I-'eds may have on politics In Honolu
lu, but they will have to get a differ
ent line-up befoio they can catch tho
oters of tho "common herd" iu tho
"Purity" not "Purists" Is what tho
political sltuutlon nt present demands.
UI..YS3ES II. JONES,
Candidate, for Deputy Sheriff on thu
Democratic ticket for the District
THREE 0FA KIND
Editor Evening Bulletin: "The
Itepubllcau party still lives."
A heavy blow has fallen. Them Is
tadness and gloom In tho Itopublleau
headquarters. The Honorable) Antonu
Perry has left us. We mourn tho loss
of a great man, Rhodes urges the lea
Ignatlon of our chairman. A keg or
beer has been consumed at Iwllel,
What shall wo do In our dark hour?
Perry uud Thurston have left nn.
hut tho "Republican parly still llvex."
And tho I.euderx may take heuit
"Cheer up; tho worst Is yet to
"I am for you, Brown," says Antone,
"I am not for you, Sheriff: you
won't closo up tho town bo that tho
tourist can sit under tho palniH and
fan themselves to keep off tho mosqui
toes." "I am for Home, Utile," says Iaukea,
"I urn a Itepubllcau; I stand pledg
ed to tho purty now and forever," sayx
tho gallant Colonel.
"I am u Democrat and I can't go to
Washington, I am willing to llo at
tho police station."
"I nm opposed to County govern
ment," says Thurston.
"So am I," says A. Perry; "hut now
that thu people have It we will run It
and, in order to get contiol, wo will
ciy: Machine' Machine!! Machine!!!
when tho convention U ovor and the
Republican party be damned!"
Three ef a kind may beat a full
hand, but I doubt It.
Oct. im, 'ml.
(Continued from Page 1)
which will glvo the Republican)! Ihn
1 wish lo ask oii your leason far
Insisting Dim ihn DemocrutH shall
rptii mid iliut thu llepiihlli'.ius shall
rioso wny sliouid tlm licniocraltt tie ,
(up smii a proposition? Whul Jus
Iliti is ilieie in jour position flour
jmir titMi'lpuiuiWy iiH'fur In le
fi'lvo fioia mi jTiiluluiiitiil of )our
(Mini u I Ins iltru liioH wu I mi lie.
Ait I iiinlvrlHiii) , Him mty untu
THINK OF IT1
Thit Pretty Matron Had Iteadacht and
RELIEF IN PERUNA.
99 Eleventh street,
Peruna Drug MTg. Co.,
Dear Sirs: A short time ago I found
my condition very serious. Iliad head
ache, pains In the back, and frequent
dltzy spells which grew worse every
month. I tried two remedies before
Peruna, and was discouraged when I
took the first dose, but my courage
soon returned. In less than two
months my health was restored."
Mrs. M. Drlckner.
Tho reason for so' many failures to
euro cases similar to tho'tbovo Is the
fact that diseases
peculiar to tho
pelvic organs aro
recognized as being caused by catarrh.
Catarrh of ono organ Is exactly tho
amo as catarrh of any other organ.
What will relieve catarrh of the head
will also relieve catarrh of tho polvln
organs. IVruna relieves thrso cases
Imply becauso it relieves catarrh.
For special directions everyone
chould road "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa Is for sale by the following drug
gltts and will supply the retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
&. Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
Ing should hiiu the right to close und
particularly hIiouUI thlx be toucoded
to thu Democrats as they aru expect
ed in the first Instance to state their
reasons why tho Democrats should ha
rustalued ut Ihe polls.
The Itepubllcans have tho right of
leply to this, bringing up any nuw
matter thut they t.ce fit. uud nil the
DeniucrutH usk Is that right to meel
und ioi!y to such nuw matter. Wo
understand thlx to be customary uud
right, hut If wv are mlxtuken und If
c unity niiilres that tho Democrats
fchould open uud that tho Itepubllcans
close wo tun reudy to carefully con
sider nny claims (bat ou may muku
to that effect.
(Sgd ) 11. .1. MOSSMAN.
Wiilohlnu, Hawaii, Oct. 18, 100G.
To the Huuorablu J. K..Knlanlanuole,
Itepubllcau Candidate' for Dele
gate to Cotigren.
Sit It hits been thi Impression
among both jour supporters and op
ponents of tin whim i.iio thut lu thla
cumpulgu ou were uiglng the natives
net lo draw tho color line In voting
on thu Dtlegute. 1 have In my pos
session tiilommtloii thut In thu conn
try fccctlouu removed fiom tho centers
of uiiif population you uiu advising
thu natlws to vote for Churley Not
ley, If they do not vole for you, for
It will hn In Iho power of the "hnole,"
McCluirihaii, If lie goes tu Coligreus,
lo change the Otganle Act by utilklug
out tho woiiIh "or Hawaiian," unJ
thus dlsfruiiciih.H thu natives.
You know, und nil jour fi lends
among thu white incu know, that this
statement, if it Is being made by you
or anyone elixi. Is untrue, and II is
bu' fulr nnd 'honorable for you to pub
licly correct It. If It has not been
made, or to affirm It, If It has, ho
that thu otoin may know your posi
tion cie.uly on thu mutter
(S.) E. II. M'CI.ANAHAN.
Demociotlu Ouudlduto for Delu
gate to Congtuss.
II. 8. Weather Bureau,
Oct, 21, 1900, '
Temperatures 0 n in., 78; 8 u, ni
78; Hi a. m.. SO; noon, 81; morning
Barometer, 8 a. in.; iln.uri; absolute
humidity, S a, in., t.:iTl giulmi pur iu
hie foot; itiutlw) humidity, 8 u, in,
i; per eenl.; duw point, S u. 111., CI.
Wind C, it. in., M'locl.y id, dim
lion E; 8 a lit., velocity 8, direction
E, lo ti m uloclly r. dlieclloii E:
noon velocity u, direction Nil.
Itultilull durliilf -I houiH ended
8 ti. in , Trace.
Total wind movement dining 'J I
hdlll'ii ended lit noon, US I IllllCH.
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