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KVKNtNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H , WEDNESDAY, OCT 24, 1906
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F0R. WHICH THE DEMOCRAT8 ARE RESPONSIBLE
OCTOBER 24, 1906.
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS TONIGHT
TouMli District Kamoilllll Church Filth Oirlct A. Mnrrl1. pi..
Speaken Hose, Harvey, Pern,
.Moure, Gandall, Hopkins, and oth-cm.
.Gpeakerc McCarthy. Droad, Inukia,
' Jarrett, Thnycr. Trent, and otherb.
OPEN LETTER TO HON. W. O. SMITH
III jour lelttor to the Advertiser this morning you say:
"If hcer has hcen ruriilshcd to the people coming to these
meetings, It has not been during the times when I m
present, eo far an I have been able to see or know. And
Horn reliable Information which 1 have obtained, I must
believe Hint the published statements In regard to the
supplying of beer at or after the close of the meetings nre
very much exaggerated and overstated."
Would you nllow me to usk what statement as to the use of beer at
Republican meetings ou consider "exaggerated and overstated"? Having
tacitly admitted the use of beer at or after the close of such meetings, is It
not up to jou to glvo a full statement of what you admit has been done?
Who Is furnishing this beer7 What Is tho amount furnished the Justlflev
tlon for Its use, and the circumstances under which It Is furnished? Your
letter and jour repute are being utilized to smooth down and belittle tho
whole matter. Should not ou then glva the public the facts, bo they can
Judgo for themselves as to tho "exaggeration overstatement", rather than
give n generalized assertion to the Public that you think there Is nothing In
It? What Is your purpose In stating that "If beer has been furnished, 4.C., It
has not been during the tlmo when I was present so far as t was able to
see," &c.? Is that n suggestion that the beer wai not used nt all or merely
a personal npotogy for jour seeming connection with It? Which Is It?
You say further In jour letter:
"If at some of theso meetings, thcro aro persons present
who aro disreputable or even vllo, Is It not all the more Im
portant thut honest and responsible citizens should teach
them sound doctrine and seek to obtain their totes for re
nponslblo candidates and especially so If, at the meetings,
large numbers of children attend?"
Tim Democrats want to know what part free beer has In "teaching" the
"disreputable or even iu or large numbers of children sound
The tendency to use liquor in campaigning Is strong In both parties but
tho Democrats have made a determined effort to shut It out altogether and
very seldom hae theso Injunctions been disregarded by their own people.
One determined effort on jour part would shut It out from Republican meet
ings, and the disreputable or vllo and tho children will cease to consider
boozo as part of "sound Republican doctrine",
W. A. KINNEY.
PLEASANT EVENTS BREAK
HUM DRUM OF ROUTINE
RECEPTIONS AND TEA PARTIES.
PERSONAL NOTES 01 PEOPLE
WHO MAKE THE MAUI
Social lu tht llalUtlii
Walluku. Maul. OcL 19. Little Call
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGF
HONOLULU, Oct. 24, 1906
NAM OF STOCt j PalJ U
C Brtott tt Co ,
E Plantation e'.o ...
Hawaiian AsiUultui I O
Haw Com ft Sujar Co
rtawalUp Sugar ).u ,
Honcmu Sueaf Co.
Hcnolaa Suea; Co -Holm
KthiJiu Plantation w
- i,ooou i
I t,OCO.U f
Kltitl Plantation Co Lta t.tjou y
Kltahulu Stljai Co ...I ,Uooc m
lolna bilffaf 1.0 -.
McHryl Sural Co .
...... ...... .... n..t.. " j" - -"
Wiuuejra euieriiiiucti -n- man mi unohti9uivi.q . m.
friends at a garden party held m their gf,l,."sVC"i,.
home In Wiilluku last Hutuntiiy urter
uounnuon. .Many of the little tuts of
Walluku turned out en musse to wish
ou Carl many happy leturns of tho
day. Iast Wednesday llnrvey llaj
tiiond, elde'ti on of .Mr. and Mrs. Dr
J. It. Raymond, gnveu garden tea party
to many of his friends at their boiiu
tlful lawn In Wiilluku. Sports of var
ious sorts vveie Indulged III by the
OIkMatu Cd .
Paauhau Stljrar PiantO
PlelSe Vinar Mill
Pall Plantation Co ....
Pafttaan Suai Co ...
I'lonarr Mill Co ... .
Walalua Aflkullural Co
WalLkil Suial Co ...
Walluku Suzar Co So
Walun. Mill Co .....
I iKt-ltlan J Mam N Ci
rlawillan twinccu ..
joungeile-rs who all expnsstd u wish MunHTik tCoPK...
that Harvey have the next unniversary jy;;ui TrtthCn - .
of his birth next month or sooner o,t,tH L Co ....
Mrs. .1. II. Raymond will give an out- H'lo "''
door tea party next Saturday uftir- "" u,uoNiy,0
noon on the beautiful lawn of Iter Wul MaTr i liCl
luk'u residence for the Uncflt of the $," I,
ihiirch fund of tho l'nilestnnl Kplr-. h. rr.x pt .
topul Cliurrli of Walluku , whose ut. !! ,w 1" h1' ,'
tendants are eagerly nlshlui: lu seo Si; fjwVpr !..'!
new place of worship rise lu place of Cat lit.Sur. Hiicu
the dear old one.
On last Tuesday night the Alexander
house on Main street nag the scene of
- large gathering of the leading people
of Walluku, who attended the lecep-
tlon when in honor of the new tenth
I ope ... . .
I Haiku Surar Co 1 1 .
llaw com m -ue uo s P
HawSutar C06DC ....
Hilo R ft Co Con 6 p e-
llon K T h L Co t p c
t)t,u H&LCotpc -
ers who have mine to take charge of oiaaStifarCwopc.
the Settlement work lu Walluku. nlito. PaUMantCn.......
to wolcomo Mlsa Turner, ttho has been wa,"a A, "cosp ."
away lor more man a ear on u nm-iuryiar ui .-
tlon at her home li
(OO.UA . IJ
f ogotw ',
Masxaihuiells.t s.iI.iHm1up..ii linnr.u -r. linu-
JIIhs Turner hpu charge of the work S . ,., -r, Hpm ,- ,IW nuK
ouioiig thu Chluise, and the other .'0 , jt,.
liiilli'B, ..liaai-a lunuci, iiiiu SiiuiiH iiui.t.
charge of the Kindergarten work. Dur
ing the evening of the reciptlou tho' "
many guests wero entertained by .1 . "" a
Latest sugar quotation, 4 cents, or
AUX ARMES, CITOYENSII
Wo have Just been treated to n disgraceful spectacle that reicals tho
lufl til tc unllltnesH of Drown and Vltla for the offices they now occupy and
to which they nio seeking rc-clcctton. When wo contemplate tho unabashed
pandering of these officers of the law to tho low passions of the denizens of
hvllel, and their denunciation of laukea uud tho Civic Federation as repre
sentatives of a base and brutal tyranny width Imposes a degrading restraint
upon tho natural lights of men and women to give free rein to their animal
propensities, wu do not wonder that the arm of these minions of tho law
has been thrown around the bestial keeper of thu low brothel, and tho per
son of the poor defenceless girl has been abandoned to the tender mercies
of thu besotted roues who frequent theso moral pest-holes. Let us "either
maku tho trcu good, and his fruit good; or else make iho treo corrupt and
his fruit corrupt": or should wo welcome the "gospel of dirt" with Its debas
ing doctrines of Infidelity and Immorality, that undermines personal responsi
bility enjoins tho reformer and the philanthropist from activity closes the
ejes of society to tho vices of Its members and seeks tu lay Its hand upon
tho mouth of tho Judge beforo whuni stands a man who has committed cilme?
"Oh (lot! I for a man!"
FORMER JUSTICE PERRY SETS A GOOD EXAMPLE
All believers In law and order will heartily approve of the action of
Antonio Perry, formerly a Justice of thu Supremo Court of Hawaii, lu with
drawing his support from A. M. Drown for tho office of Sheriff of tho good
County of Oahu. If thciu were nothing In llrown's past record to lose him
tho support of right thinking people, the character of the campaign that Is
now being conducted in his behalf Is enough to drive them from his camp.
It may bu good "practical politics" to appeal to the -vicious clement with
bier nnd boozo to secure their votes, but tho vicious element are not thu
"wholo thing", and a day of reckoning Is bound to como to tho man or tho
party who will cater to tho low and thu degraded to tho neglect of the right
toim and tho good. Judge I'erry Is to be commended for thu stand ho has
taken, and he will not bo lonesome In It.
THE IWJLEI LOVE-FEAST
What a blessed tlmo thu brethicn had at the Republican love feast at
Iwllcl tho other evening! Tuther Drown culled his dear children around him
and assured them of the paternal caru hu had always exercised over them
lu tlnlr many lapses from virtue. He told them how on a Sunday morning,
when they had slept off tho effects of tho Saturday night's hilarity, ho gave
them u geiitlu blup to bring them to their souses and then sent them awuy
with the fatherly Injunction to amend their ways. Not so would it bo with
them ir laukia were Sheriff Ho would keep them In durance Wlo until
.Monday morning, when ho would ruthlessly hall them beforo the beak, who
would Impose a H'' them. The most fitting closo to a Bcenu so "very
touching" would have been a benediction pronounced by Stephen Umauma,
or some other gentleman with a reputation equally as savory.
NO IAUKEA SALOONS
Tho Advertiser has the following to say lu Its editorial columns this
"Since Monday morning two or thiee dlfcrcputuhle saloons, Known as
"Drown llcadquarteis, havo displayed plctutos of luul.ea,
"Till' object Is to offset tho Clark exposure.
"luukea Is not using thu saloons ami tho saloons have no hope of
"They ngteu with Diown that lnukcn would 'enforce thu law'.
"Don't hu dettlved by roorbachs, pleteirlul or otherwise."
musical program In which th best inns
leal talent of Waltuku wns represented,
after which all present wero serwd
Ceo. Weight, Jr., who has been qultd
111 for tho past live weeks. Is still con
fined to his bed and Is under the iare
of Dr. R. II. Dlnciar.
Kmma Naone. thu little daughter of
Mr. ami Mrs. A. 11. Naone, died l'rlday
morning after a few dajs' Illness. Sh?
was lu school on last Tuesday and
seemed apparently well. Ou going
home she eomplalned of n pain in the
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS, 9s, 4 1-2(1
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Member Hon, Stock and Bond Ex
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12,
THE BEER THAT IS ALL BGER
Then come here for the ring.
We have many beautiful engage
ment rings .sparkling with pur
ity and prices are as low as per
fect Jems can be hold for.
M. R Counter,Fort St.
stomach, and continued to grow worse than six jears lu ilurge of the lilac L
until death enmn to hci relief. The he- binltlilng Department
ruaud family lime the slncero iyni
pathy of the entire itimmiinlty. I
.Mr. uud Mr J. W A. Bparks of Klhct
urn happy over the urrhnl of :i sou.
Munucl Vlelru, formerly ininlojed lu
the Hllent llailicr Hhop of Honolulu
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If anyone anywhere WANTS It, a
Bulletin Want Ad will tell Itl
" Absolute Comfort " 3
E Ladies' "Prince Albert" Comfort" Shoe 3
The Globe sell It cheaper.
White steiitu autos titockydi atabte.
our grocer sells I'ol llreakfast I'ood
(leo. II rulrchlld has gone to Nil-1 J?7
.Miss Anderinan went to Nnwlllwlll -
jc'tenhy I P
Father Ulrlch left for Nnwlllnill no ga
Hi- M ml last night. IgT"'
umiup i.iueri leie 1111 me .mini im
night for Nnwlllwlll.
.Mr. uud Mrs. Kelllicr and Miss K"ll
ner went to N.twlllwlll ji'Merdjy
John II Wilson was u passenger ci
the Maul Inct night for Nawlllwlll
Mm. O M. Cooktt linn gone to Nawlll-I
will. She left Inst night on the M.iul
Alexander Voting left for the L'o.iM
fit tl'i. Alanittla this morning, on Ii'ik-Iness.
., .V Wilcox, Mrs. Wilcox and Mini
.1. M Wlteox went to Nnwlllwlll jes-
terday ou the Muni
A nnlr uf nov! ttlnsies 111 eute lint
linoti lnl I.liii1pt- rifiirli In llilu (iKIfi. '(
and MTt'Utt rewurd
A furnished room on ear line, lu
Miry pleasant, cool, locality. Is ofleret
lur lent lit II per month,
David Wulilun wan (Intel ten doltais,
ntitl tt.'.UH jesterduy for kkklug in
Knuul, hrotighl Zti'C lugs of sugar.
, tr Soft Flexible Sole, Para Rubber Heel, Elastic Sides. r2
Easy Wearing, Easily Fitted. Easily Removed -
E-t Mclnerny Shoe Store $
FORT STREET 2
'I he Club HtabliM Co. line eloclrie
e Uppers mid employ only an exHiit,
Your bursa called for und returni tl fret
'I he- uMunlBhliig values to he h id nt
thu tiiuMguce sale of ciiibioldeied lilt-
H3 Is nttrnetlng erowds to the Hac'is'
bin re. .
l:. W Jordan It Co. have a full line
of (onifortirs, hi uikels and fftiiimptl?a
mi s.ile. Cull early uud take jour
.Ml A. W. Kumis uf Wuhliwu hit"
for vale 100,000 pineapple plants and
the same number of stools. Now U the
time to pi int.
lu the I'edcrul Court this morulnt;
th iiiki) of p. Man Hlo. charged wltn
stealing linen from thu transport Ilu
lortl Is being tiled.
Wall. Nichols Co. n-ielcd by the
two lust steamers 10S eaies of tojs ami
other hutlthiy good.i for old nnd jnung
Ih'tter make jour Kelectluus now while
the lot Is romnletc.
In the Circuit Court this morning u
ioree 1 1 In' I was tiled by l.ulukl Kopi
s, Miireku Kttp.t. Tlti grounds alleged
lire that the husband has failed to sup
lort tho plulutlff for the luet II jearn.
'Hid jiartles to the suit weru marrleti
It tnst J W lllit n total of (he dol
lars jesteril.iy for indulging In the
pleasine of lulling Ills ih'Ikuikm, Mia.
M'icliiiilo ii ihlfkeu thief mid nthtr un
eompllinentnry tiatne-s. Judge Whitney
itiieti mm i. tin mm him, iiirn
nmouuted to 3.r,U.
Tho eaBo of Tatso Hhlkada for as
Kutilt with deadly weapon, came up be
lore Judge Lindsay this morning and
was set for .Saturday. Attorney Sut
ton was appointed by Judge Lindsay
this morning to tut its rouusel for Ah
Chin, charged with burglary I lithe first
Thu trnusKirt Hherinun, which ar
rhed jeslerduy from the Coast,
brought down with her tho hawser
that Is to bu used lu towing thu trans
port Hherldaii to Han Krnnelseo. It
Is n speetully miinufactured IS Inch
Manila. It will ho lined to connect tho
Sheridan with thu uford. Tho tug
Slot urn will go In nth ante unit will
Im eoiineeted with thu ufuitl by a 2
Ineh steel eable
MAY SERVE UNCLE HIM
At thu examination held last Satur
day at thu iiistom house for applicants
tor the position of second-class mes
sengers, eleven peisuns passed .ho ex
amlnatlon with average percentages
wliliii rentier them eligible for tho po
sition named, The successful ones,
together with their average percent
uges, are as toltowsi
James J. Crockett 88 20
John K. Knue-aet 87..'U
Arthur I Watson 87.20
Aliima Ahau SO 20
IMward A. K. Wlllluius 8J.il)
l.inili Keury St. so
r.zeklil J. Itego 81.10
I lair j II. llaimUhl 81.20
William I' Hart 84 on
John C II. Cameioii 81.20
I'runl; J. 'lurk 78 20
IMPROVE' THE LOT
SPCAKINC FOR CIVIC RIGHTEOUSNESS
Tltu Demoaatlo candidates In this eampjign aru to a man standing for
ilvle ilghteousuess, und ure openly ilinounelng from public platforms thw
pciulclous practices that aiu being resorted to by their opponents In order
to win tho votes and support of tho vicious and degraded elements uf tho
tommunlty. Gnu utter another of thu Democratic candidate-it declaicd lu
Hptc'ihiu lust night thut If beer uud boozo wero to bu tho prliu of their
eh i lion, they would piufer to stay ut home, And wo Imllevu thu right think
ing piiiplti who, uftor all, am It'glun, will cmlorso tho clean eutupalgii or the
lleiuiieiuls by Hull' voles uu ulccllou duy.
HAWLIN3 AND THE FUNERAL
Tim eolil iIiivvh of upprtiutlilug pollllcul ileulh aru already beiiuiublug the
liii'iilllt'H of our hrotliiLii uf Urn t'liemy's lamp, uml TiilHulniy llitwllns U gel
Mill! H'uiIj fur I lie (tiiifrul, Wo Nhiill lu nudly glad In iiiily iimli'ilalivi,
Krai'tllKKi'r, hiiuii uud mliiiiuis, uml iiiouhIi tvliii'llmrnms for llm pull
mouiiH'in, win it llm iiiiHpIt luim nituxlon uiihim, TolllHK MM plmll thmi
fol "lllnit mil Dm iiltl" ami "(Hug in iim paw", uml mi iiu unm uf llm
inrU'il ili'n'l s ' I i tiiiw imill (tul mn, mill l.t'Op lliciu tfrn i nvr uml
.iHMr, "iniii In mii."
'Iheio will hu a joint meelliig uf the
In the i .isi. of Dr J 8 MclJrew vs ' I'uuuhoii Hreet, Alexander street, Mil
Hu, llniiiilnlii I'lnnlaltun Co thU murn- l' Vullev and .MaLlltl-l'linalmn Ilil-
hus opened n llrst class shou In Wal- Ini! -HkIk" Lluds.i granted the mollo.i provimenl CIiiIh, ut lMuahl Hull, O.inu
luku and li doing a linn busInesB or tho ilcfemlnnt lor u non-siilt on tin ellen. ut i.-IO p m.. Ihursduy, Ott
I'. A. Mavllet. roimci y w th the gtouiid of (imtlimiiory negligence on -". aiivi iM.iim mr mu in
Knhulul store, has tulun chargo ot tho the pint of the plalullrr lu not looking I'WJfnieiil or mu vacant lot ou tho
Maul hotel as muiiuger. and Is having mid listening for the approach of the ""r1t,!n,;,.l l0,ni'r of rmmhoii utrwl
extensive Improvements made lu the lotomutlvo which i.tn down tho wagon ul"' wilder avenue-.
premlsa! both up und down stairs lie wa driving I
Mr. and Mrs. Cleorgo W M.ijlleld Thu (aRit U one In which "50 In Th Weekly Mdlllou of the Evening
leave this week fni u tlitco mouths' vii- danuigei weu ilalmed by thu tlocti.r Dulletln gives a complete sumiimry of
cation on the iiinlnlaud Mr .Mnjllcld for lh losa of two mules und thu ih'- too uttws of the 'day For 81 Wr,
Is one of the old Liuplojees of thu 11 truetlon of u wagon, tho sumo being
U. K. H Co, having been theio tor moio inn ('own by a plantation train -"Fnr Sale" cards at Bulletin,
Well, I say, If you are feeling blue, you certainly don't look Itl Of
course that Is, If your clothes are made by ui. We mike garments that
have STYLE and QRACE and (jive to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DISTINC
TION, We make to your Individual measure for the same price you would
havo to pay for ready to wears, and we uWe satisfaction,
HAVE MIDPUCMAN'8 RllOFITOI
Our (line Serge Quits at (25 have no equal In towm THEY AUG
?bout a gas stove that Is eo agreeable
to the cook that they will work for less
money where there Is one In use than
where they have to cut and carry
wood. If you are of an economical
turn of mind, Why Not Oe Consistent
and TRY OAST
Honohdu Gas Co., Ltd.
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OP
AND THE DRPOT FOR BOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
FreSll for HallOW'eS No wilts between courses
- when you lunch here; yet
you may take all the time
In French Mixed; Floral Series; As- you wish to eat.
Busy men are served
sorted, Golf Girls, American Beauties, promptly, AH patron get
the beet the market affords.
Bon Bona, 8ouvenlrs, Peppermints, 25 CENTS WITH BEER.
College Girls, Assorted Nuts, Nuga- k M
tines, Marshmallows, Caramels, Gum- Q j yQj
drops, Ice Cream Drops.
'PHONE MAIN 38.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII "Z . . ""
Lewis & Company, Saimer
LIMITED. -m. --
16J KINO 8TREET. 'PHONE 240. JLSGr
Winter Is Coming
So Buy Now and get tho full benefit
ON SALE AT
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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