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Vol. Xin No. 3522
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Democrat Leader Gets It
Straight From Shoulder
Smith Exposes Campaign of Misrepre-
, sentation Carried On By Advertiser
and Democrats Asks Kinney Some
Questions About Drunken Orgies
Where Democratic Candidate for
Sheriff Raised No
HONOLULU. October 25, 1900.
Mil. W. A. KINNKY:
Mefuro answering the questions In jour open loiter published In tbo
Kvenlng lliillo'.lii yesterday In regard to the subject of liter having been
dispensed at tlio Itvinbllcau meetings, I wish to statu that iiorrotmlly I am
opposed lo the furnishing of Intoxicating clrlttkH at such meetings. In tlio
various campaigns, In which I have been a candlJate fur election during tho
past thirty jinrn, I liuvo sever furnished liquor at such meetings nor know
ingly contributed to the purchase of the Hanu'.
You ask what statements as to the- usu of beer tit lUpublUau meetings
1 consider "exaggerated and overstated".
Ant. Tht statirnents which have been mad upon the platform by mem
bers of your party and alto statement publlthed In the P. C. Advertiser, at
well as the columns of the Bulletin controlled by yourself, have been such as
to give the Impresrlon that beer and booze were among the most prominent
features of the Republican meetings; that certain of the published statements
have been such as to give the Impression that drunkennets and disorder pre
vailed at these meetings.
You ask "Who Is furnishing this beer, what Is'thu amount furnished, the
JURtlllcatlou for Its use and the circumstances under which It Is furnished?'
Ans I have attended more than twenty of the Republican meetings dur
ing the past two weeks and have not seen or known of the furnishing of any
beer at any of these meetings. There have generally been two meetings each
evening and I have spoken first at one meeting and then proceeded to the
other, generally being present from one to two hours at each meeting and
have been about among the people attembled, and If any such state of affairs
had existed which has been charged I surely would have known It. I have
heard that on certain occasions at and after the close of the meetings beer
has been furnished both by certain of the candidates and by others who were
not candidates. As to the amount furnished I cannot state. The Justifica
tion for Its use In the minds of those who furnished It was, I suppose, that It
would please those who drank It; that It was an act of good fellowship and
hospitality. As to the detallo of the circumstances under which beer was
furnished I cannot state further.
Yuu ask "What Is our purpose In stating that If beer had been fur
nished, etc., it has not been during tlio tlnio when I was present so fur us I
was able to see."
Ans. The purpose was to correct the Impression that was being dissem
inated that the Republican meetings were drunken carousals.
You ask 'Tlie Democrats want to know what part free beer has In teach
ing thu dlsicputablu or oven vile or large number of children sound doctrine",
1 think no fair-minded and honest person need misinterpret what I stated
In tlio Icttci to the Advertiser from which you quote,
I made no such suggestion.
The meeting at Iwllel, which was held in the open air, was conducted In
an orderly and decent manner. I came there from another meeting, urrlvlng
well wearing, shape keep
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a little after eight o'clock, and remained until half-past nine, and during that
tlmo thero was nothing disorderly or offensive excepting the conduct of one
man who had been drinking, another well known native who Is a little mom
than half-witted, who was persistent In his attentions but who showed no
i.lgns of having been drinking, and one native woman who wax voluble and
demonstrative. If she was a strumpet there was nothing In her conversation
or manner to Indlrato it. With these exceptions ami possibly one or two
others, the audience was composed of well behaved and apparently respect
able llaunllons, many of them having their wives and children with them,
and the meeting was quiet and well conducted.
Sound doctrine was taught earnestly and sincerely, and I am cure the
meeting was not calculated to harm the hearers or the speakers.
And 'is It not somewhat remarkable, Mr. Kinney, that even if some
draught beer was given out at the close of some of the Republican meetings
that such volleys of denunciations and fierce Invective should be hurled by
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you and your candidates at the Republican party when two of your most
prominent candidates are men who own, or are Interested In, liquor saloons
which they conduct themselves or through others 1
Had leuuream and soda water been offered for refreshments at Hie end
of our meetings there could have been no possible objection, but It Is because
buer (If taken In sufficient quantity) would Intoxicate and for no other rea
sun that the viols of wrath are poured out.
At the worst, beer was given on a few occasions ati un act of good fellow
ship or hospitality, while six days and nights In the week and every week In
the year your LEADING CANDIDATES referred to are selling not only beer
but gin, whisky, brandy, and all manner of violently Intoxicating liquor, and
so far as they can they offer attractions to tempt people to come and drlnki
This is done for gain to get the money which I needed at home by the
wives and the children. These are leader chosen by your party and en
dorsed by you, and you and your party, forsooth, attempt lo stand on a high
pedestal and rebuke, denounce and condemn the Republican party.
Again ou noiu me up 10 contempt and scorn and state that I could "villi
"one determined effort shut out the usu of liquor In the campaign".
Let me ask why1 you did not shut out liquor from that notable Demo
cratic meeting at Wulanae last week Saturday, at which your leading candl-
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 24.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 8t 11 14d.
Parity, 3 87 cents. Previous quota
tion, 9. 1 1 2d
made a Will?
It Is a duty every man ovMrVV!
to himself and family iorv5
make a will, no matter how
small his estate.
We will give advise on the
subject free of charge If con
sulted. Hawaiian Trust
Fwt HI, UfHuln
f The Advertiser Wednesday
4 morning contained the following;
After a day or so the ma-
f chine straight-ticket people
made a violent kick und the
-t- llulktln folks went sadly to
f the Democrats nnd asked per--f
mission to settle accounts and
drop the Democratic column
f then und there. "Settle ac
f counts, nothing," said the
Democrats. "If jou refute to
publitli our matter any long-t-
er you won't get a ceut for
what help jou havo given us
so far." Advertiser.
The foregoing publlthed by
the Advertiser Is an ubsoluto
lie. 1 hero Is not tlio sllghtost
semblance of truth In tbo
statement In any particular
If jou cau get Mr. Trent or
-t any other Democrat who hud
to do with the leasing of spuce
- in tlio llullctlu to corroborate
t our slutemeuts In writing we
will recall ours. Advertiser
t Mr, Trent when spoken lo ubotit
t Hilt mutter. lil tliul (he usser
t Hoik uf the Adverllner uio ubso
t liltely fuWu On lug to lliu udyltu
i of friends lie limllulul o enter
4 Into u (oiiiimemy us Im (mind
1 lliu Ailvtillmr whs irlng In hud
t liim Inm h lrui
II Ik piiw up. in It II I'lmit.
Republican Shows Up
11. The Sheriff of this County Is nnd
always has been a Kepubllcan. He has
and always will treat the llawailans
as fellow citizens, entitled to equal
tights and privileges, under the 15th
Amendment of the Constitution, cited
by a Democratic campaign orator last
night, and under which wise and be
neficent provision the llawailans am
not be disfranchised. He has read un
account of tho desperate struggles that
u Kepubllcan Congress had to pass thu
same against the combined forces of
Democracy. In Polite affairs, us well
as In National, he will not be u party
to deprive any Hawaiian of his vote, or
right to hold omce, and has nnd will
do more for them than the Advertiser
and the enemies of County Govern
12. The Sheriff is nble to, nnd will
arrest, by da or by night, any per
bon who violates the law of the land
whether In the slums of Honolulu, or
its aristocratic quarters, but he Is hot
a spy nnd will not become one. 1,8 lau
kea able to make such arrests?
13. The Sheriff of this County at
the first peace officer therelu-hM-dm-
Ing his term of office brought to thi
bar of Justice some of the most hard
rned criminals and murderers, but he
lias arretted and secured their convic
tion without being a spy, and has not
nod will not, violate the provisions uf
the 14th Amendment, so bitterly fought
by the Democrats In Congress.
H. Tho Sheriff has not, and will not
coerce the police oRlcers under him
nor will ho Hue them up In the yard
at the i'ollco Station and demand of
them how they s.n cuing to vote, nor
will he discharge uuy i u.... f Hee" for
his political opinion, unless he u u bit
IS. The Sheriff believes, and has
reason to bellove, that the masked bat
tcrles of ersonaI slander and ubuse
now opened upon him and the majority
of the Republican ticket, aro being sup.
piled by tho sanio malicious hands that
approved of tho "line-up policy" In thu
last county election, and that the Ad
i er User's statement that thero Is no
personal malice or spite aguinst him
Is not true. The Advertiser's pretence
that its mission Is to save men and not
to destroy them will not bear Invest!
gttlon, Ilcforms are not brought about
by shameless and malicious uttackB ou
the private lives and characters of men
and officials, and ho appeals to the
electors to place their stamp of dlsnp
proval on, the Advertiser und Its cam
paign of slander and abuse. One by
one this newspaper has singled out men
and officials In this community. Many
have survived Its bitter and cowardly
attacks, and the Sheriff believes thut
ho ought to be elected on the 6th of
November, and that the spirit of fair
play among the people and the Ke
publlcan party will defeat the cher
ished hope of the Advertiser, the
vowed enemy of County Government
Oct. 24, '00.
WEDDINO SILVER AND BIRTH
have a value aside from the Intrinsic.
You want Ihim for thtlr aitoclationt.
The burglar burgles for thtlr value In
coin, Put them In our car and fool
TniMt Ctimpuny, Mil,
ftiinc-fairit Prrnt Nprclal dibit)
WA8HNINQTON, D. C, Oct. 25
Secretary of State Root has request
ed the arrest and punishment by the
Japanese Government of poachers op
erating In the teal fisheries.
ROME, Italy, Oct. 25. The Pope
,. improved in heaith,
LONDON, Eng, Oct. 25 The rate
of discount ettabllthed by the Bank
of England remains unchanged
NEW YORK, N. Y, Oct. 25.
Eighty-four police captains have been
transferred as a result of the political
war between the Mayor and Tammany
John Lane received a wlreleti mes
sage today from Stephen Detha of
Hllo In which Detha ttatet that he
will be here on the Kinau Saturday.
Fin Job Printing at the Bulletin.
05 port Street.
Kr' sV k
(AixieMtd I'rttt Sptcial CaVU)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 25
Japanese Ambassador Aokl hat made
a formal requett to the United Statet
Government that It accord Japanese
children in California their full right!
in the public schools.
Thlt requett is a retult of the ru1
Ing of the San Francltco authorltle
that Japanese children attend sepai
ate tchoolt, like the Chlnete.
J OH 1 1 I
Miioc.iilri! fmi HprcM Cable)
NEW YOHK. N. Y., Oct. 25 Three
hundred chauffeurs are out on strike
for Increated wages.
KAN8A3 CITY, Mo., Oct 25
Seven persons are dead and twenty
five Injured at a result of a tenement
house fire here today.
"llns tlu, l) niocratlc party ever
Tills Is thu question Cuudlduto Cur
tis Iaukui Is Huld to havo proposed at
tho Democratic meeting held ni the
Honolulu Iron Works this noon.
He did not answer tho question, but
changed tho subject as unexpectedly
as he sprung his original proMjsltlon
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