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KIBNINH nUM.BTIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. THURSDAY. OCT. 2.'.. IflOfi.
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neck ending Oct IDth, 1906, of thu
Dally and Weekly Editions of tlio
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
-Saturday, Oct. 13 2625
Monday, Oct. 1S 2-167
Tuesday, Oct. 16 2451
Wednesday, Oct. 17 2482
.Thurtday, Oct. 18 2381
'Frlp'av Oct. 19 2489
Average dally circulation 2482
t Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1906 2486
Number of weeklies delivered on
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ISEAL October. A. 1). 130(1.
1. H. nUUNETTB.
Votary Public. Ilrnt Judicial Circuit.
..orr. 23. 1006.
Evn Charlie Mrfurthyapollglzc to
his friends for having been the victim
of n Civic Federation endorsement.
K Business leaders of Hawaii will not
tast thrlr ballots In the Interests ol
a spite cam pal rn and lu'ihlcf bene
Governor Carter In appointing out
siders to hnndlo the election precincts
lias shown great confidence In the wide
acquaintance of his nproliiiccs.
The-mornlng paper has switched
again. It now feels that all tlio Issues
of the campaign come from tho llullu
tin's comment and the advertising
space of the Democrats.
All It. II. Trent has to do Is to state
whether the Advertiser published the
truth or a falsehood. And thereby es
tablish whether ho mauds for common
honesty or common liars.
A few more affidavits of the Mello
type and the Democrats will lose the
last llvo votc3 they are hanging onto
In order that they may still bo num.
tercel ns In tho list of parties.
When u voto for Iaukca becomes a
veto for Thurston tho voters under-
Mnnd the rltuatlon. and while surprised
that Iaukca should travel In such com
jiany extend their sympathy because
they can give no votca.
SPLIT TICKET CAMPAIGN RESULT
' An old lame natlvo with Billy-.
t go-it whiskers, who is ono of the
i dally spcakcra at tho corner of
King nnd Bethel streets, whose
coat lapel Is adorned with Brown
nnd Vlda buttons, said yostorday
t In a heated argument:
"Voto only for Hawallans on the
B ticket. Don't vote for the haolcs."
"What about Brown?" asked some
one In the crowd.
"Oh, he's a hnolc." was tho rcpl.
' Tho speaker said that tho Ha
i wallans should vole only for Ha
wallans In order to get control of
things here. There wero millions
of acres In Hawaii, he said, that
were controlled by tho Republi
cans, and these ucres had been stol
en from tho (Jovernment. Ho said
ho knew this by the records. Ad
vertiser. The 'Business men, tho Intelligent
voter3 of foreign and natlvo Hawaiian
parentage have In tho foregoing news
Item published by the morning pa
per one of tho first fruits of the split
ticket campaign promoted by schem
ing spltcworkers and thoughtless fol-
5 Not politico, but the race Issue.
IAUKEA WHOSE CANDIDATE?
t The leader of tho Democratic pally
mado tun Intcrsntiiig statements In his
ipcoch last ovonlng
Ho Bald that tho Democrats, would
'take votes from angels or devils.
Ho denied that Cm tin iaukca is the
candidate of the Advertiser
Hawaii has heard mi much of (he
Devil's partner ut ono time nnd anoth
er that It Is qulto ready in heliovo In
Uio rcadliui of Democracy to accept
.HWliliineu of i lit. Duvll or hU rlnlit bow.
pi. V Imve ei io rnw wliero Iho
miKoU oiii! in. for ilia Civic I'mlm
lion claiming uubiv iIrIiii and )rlv
The ilcep thought which the Civic
the record of candidate now appealing to the voter of the County of Uilut
In becoming more Impressive a the community analyze the endorsement!!
t "hot out a few days ago.
Tlio l'cdcration Is understood to ho strenuously opposed to the mile- ol
liquor or, at least. Its use In debauching humanity. On this theory It In,
attacking the Itcpuhtlcnn candidate for Sheriff most bitterly and unjustly
heartily backing the thoroughly dlsrcputnblo spltc-campalgn of the. Advcr
One of the candidates through whom the Civic Federation Is endeavoring
to destroy the Republican party Is Frank Harvey, Democratic candidate for
Supervlsor-nt-Largc. Frank Hat-vcy Is accepted by the Federation aa. on an
equality of civic virtue with W. V. Harris.
Frank Harvey Is the owner of the Kllohana Saloon. Ills Initials nppeir
over the door nnd his picture ndorns Ita walls.
The following from the flics of the Advertiser, the ncccpted organ of the
Federation, furnish further enlightenment for tlio voters:
Civic Federation Report 1
The Civic Federation of Honolulu
has not shirked I's duty In this regard,
and as n result of Its careful Investi
gation It has divided Into threo classes I
the candidates for County and district
olllrca In Oaliu to bo voted upon at the
election of November !.
The first class Includes those noml -
es whose ascertainable private and
tiecs whose nsccrtainanie private ana -just wiiiun llic doorway, n muic in
public records seem to Justify the cx-'ench place. This apartment gives en
pcctntlon of faithful public service ! trance In the rear of the bar. At 2
and whom accordingly the Federation
endorses. On this approved list In
several Instances two candidates arc
endorsed for the same office. Tills Is
because either of the two nominees Is
deemed worthy of tlio franchlscn of
his fellow citizens.
I Advertiser Editorial Oct. 23. 'Ofi)
"In the matter of the Treasurer wo
would have been glad to see the Civic
Federation endorse both Wntcrhouso
ami Trent ns tlu-y did Harris and Har
vey." "This paper approves qulto gener
ally the endorsement of the Federation."
Drown Is condemned for the alleged conditions In tho Kllohana Saloon
on a Sunday.
Yet tho owner of the saloon Is endorsed.
Still the spltc-campalgnera against Drown and the blind followers of the
Civic ring express wonder that the voters havo no confidence In them.
,- fe.'MO IIIIO ,,,,
indorsing saloon men.
Tlio denial thnt Iaukca is tlio Adxer
User's eandldutc comes In rather bad
taste In view of the regularity with
which the paper In question liaa ex
tolled Iaukca, whom It so recently put
beforo tho community ns possessing
most undesirable qualities, certainly
enough to unfit him for public office of
Why Is Iaukea not the candldato of
Is It true that tho morning papei
conducted of, by, nnd for the unrelent
ing enemies of County Government, i
would Indeed desert Iaukca If ho were
elected and, with tho celerity of the
(cared chameleon, revcrso again and
rolnt to this "unstable" "vuccllatliig
man ns ono of tho horrible examples
of County government.
Or, If this solution bo unpleasant to
contemplate In the struggle to deceive
tho voter, Is Iaukca so little a candi
date of tho Advertiser that It Is using
him merely as a stalking horse in order
House and lot at Kallhl
Kamehameha Schools .
Investment property on Vineyard
Puunul Trt. arfnllnn r.. Iln
trv Cluh. two ar.- h,.iwi
College Hills (choice lot) $1,500
Puupueo TMct, Mnoa Valley,
Lots $000. ami up, according
Hinry Walcrhouse Trust Cn LU,,
Corner Fori and Merchant 81s
".Ml UIKL- -T-.- illilT .
and saloon men
Federation devoted to lln review of
(Advertiser Oct. 8. 'Ort)
Sunday saloon business Is apparent
ly more prolltnhlc than on some week
The Kllohana Saloon, comer of
Mcuinakca nnd King sheets, tins an
alleged "cafe" connected with It. This
Is merely n side or "family" entrance
ca. There are small booths
p. m. the bartender, a white, man nnd
n Chinaman were leaning their elbows
on the bar Itself' nnd quaffing whlsky
vcrved In smnll tumblers, followed by
"chasers" of water. The bartender,
noticing a reporter viewing this pro
ceeding, was nonplussed for a mo
ment and then Invited him to have a
drink. "My treat," ho said. The re
porter declined, but the bartender In
sisted, becauso "It was Just a friendly
drink," adding thnl It was his trent
that was tho reason for the liquor be
Ing served directly over the bar.
Later, while tho reporter was visit
ing another saloon, the Asahl, corner
of King nnd River streets, the white
man who was In tho Kllohana saloon
entered the saloon by the enfo door
and engaged the proprietor In earnest
conversation nnd described Iho ap
pearance of tho reporter, ndvlslng the
saloonman to be on tho watch for the
scribe. At that time a white man and
two Japanese, Including one 'Japanese
woman, evidently attached to Iho
place, were in the barroom, drinking,
Alter the. rcpor'er was described the
proprietor hastily closed the door
leading to the barroom Itself, and
withdrew all evidences of drinking.
t I..., m t..K, tt. ...Mw-i .-I'lie
If Iaukca is not the Advertiser can
didate, let him bo honest about It. Let
him repudiate tho thoroughly vicious
upltii campaign of which ho hopes tu
bo tho beneficiary.
If Iaukca Is not the Advertiser can
didate nnd the tool of the County gov
ernment plratcu who havo alwajrt
voted their sentiments nnd gained
their support through Its columns, let
But the Idea that Iaukca Is not the
Advertiser candldato is so utterly pre
lostcrous, it Is hardly worth argument
The Advertiser says Curtis has been
everybody's, candldato nnd thero Is no
telling with whom ho will ally himself
If ho wero not now the candldato of
the enemies of County government, If
ho wero not under the thumb of Thurs
ton, the morning paper would not bo
devoting a line a day to ululatlons
In his behalf.
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
,nelr newe,t patterns a. well as all
patterns as well ac all
l,,e novelties of tho Season.
Look the assortment over now
while the sets .iri complete anil you
can ohlaln Edge, Insertion and AHovr
nf the game pattern.
HONOLULU'S LACE HOUSE.
Honolulu, T. II., October 25th, lflOS.
II. J. Mossman, liq.. Chairman, Dem
ocratic County Committee, Hono
Dear Sir: Your note of yesterday re
joint debate wns duly reiclvcd.
I consider It unncccinary to enter
Into n discussion of my reasons for In
sisting on the original prorodlllon us
lo the order of debate. The Itepubll
cans nro In power, Iho Democrats nie
the attacking parly, and you have con
ceded Hint Iho Democrats, should open
I see nothing untnlr. theicforc. In hav
ing the speakers alternate.
Kindly end this coricMpondeiico with
n definite reply, and oblige.
II. K. Ml'UHAY,
Chairman, Itcpubtlcan County
mlttee, Count of Oahu.
Honolulu, T. II., October 25th. 100B.
II. H. Murray, F.sq., Chairman Itepubll.
can County Committee, Honolulu
Dear Sir: I beg lo acknowledge re
ceipt of your communication of even
date, re Joint debate, wherein,, In reply
to our reque3t for the reasons which
Justified you In Insisting thnt tho Re
publicans shall have tho close In said
oebate, you make the following state
"I consider It unnecessary to enter
into a discussion of my reasons for In
sisting on tho original proposition us
lo the order of debate. Tho Republi
cans aro In power, tho Democrats are
the attacking parly, and you have con
ceded that the Democrats should open
i sen nothing iinrnlr. therefore. In hav
ing tho speakers iillernnlc."
In reply we beg to state that It Is
nppnient Hint jnu had no rearon fur
ucpnrtlug from the well recognized rule
of debate, that he who open shall nlao
close, except the reason that you wan'
our own way and propose to havo II
lint rather than have the debalo fall
through the Democrats are willing tu
assume n handicap that joii nro not en
tilled to ask for. nnd 1. therefore, berc-
ty ngreo lo Iho debate upon the condli
lions you have Imputed, As the speak
... iii Hilernnln Hi" n'onniltlnii ol
Iho Democrats (IhiL mi tin 1 r ln.nr ho
tcntiimed In opening nnd nn hour In
lej-Iy thereto, with n close of thirty
minutes, has no application. Wo pre
sume, however, that tlio division of
llmo is ii matter of detail now mid can
bo Killed by the committee: and wo
give you notion Hint our committee will
meet you next Monday morning nt ft
o'clock nnd conclude this matter ol
the apportionment of time, which, ns
no understand It, Is tho role detail un
II. J. MOSSMAN,
Chairman Democratic County Commit
tee, County of Oaliu.
Mrs. Knmnlna arrived from iCnhului
J. H. HERTSCHE.... General Manager
0vn Your Home
It's easier than
We aro offering
" . t
HOUSE AND LOT ON
MAKIKI ST. $2U.0,
HOUSE AND LOT
YOUHO OT. $2b00.
038 POUT BT.
Delegate to Congress
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. McCANDLESS
W. O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. 8. KALEO
E, A. C. LONG
E. W. QlilNN
W. T. RAWLINS
A. D. CA8TR0
JOHN A. HUQHES
Representatives Fifth District
8. P. CORREA
A. 8. KALEIOPU
H. N. KANIHONUI
H. W. LELEIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATERHOUSE
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRI8
8. C. DWIOHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HU3TACE, JR,
8. W. LOCAN
Walanae and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
THE AOTEA ARRIVES
FOR FIRST TIME
A new caller at the port of Hono
lulu Ih (he llrltlnh steamer Antca,
which nrrlvc.l early HiIh mnrnlnR
from Newcastle nini Hydney with a
Mr cargo of coal. Tho Aoten has
never been herq before, nlthmich her
captain, T. l'rnsiior, wns Hero several
years nRo as tommnnder of the
The Aoten Is n craft of .11ii tonn
rcRlslcr, IicIoiikIiik to tho Hhaw, 8n
vl II & Alhloii Company, of London.
Khe wan formerly n Itoynl Mall steam
er cnRnRod In the passenRer trndo In
Iho Colonies. Durlnp the Rocr wnr
sho wns engaged In cnrrylnR provi
sions lo South Afrlcn for tho troops
Tho Aolcn brings a carRO of 9C0O
tons of coal from Newcastle. She
left that port October II, xtoppinR ut
Sydney In Ret her hunker coal. She
tell Sydney October f. Her passaRO
of twenty days was unmarked by any
Incident of note. Thg wcntlier waH
line, except for tho HtroiiR northeast
trade, accompanied by bend seas and
heavy swells, which sho encounlcred
during a part of Iho voyage. Kor.lhe
last three dnys before reaching Ho
nolulu, the vessel encountered a
strong current from tho north,
amounting to about S per cent. In 21
On tho ISth, In latitude 3 degrees
and 25 minutes north and longitude
172 degrees 1 minutes west, tho Ao
tea passed a spar which may ho a
pail of tho wreckage of somo lost
vessel. It appeared to bo part ol
romo vessel')) topmast, but thero was
nothing about tho pleco of wreckage,
to suggest wlicrn It came from or
what ship It belonged to. It Is only
a drifting letter of mime Inst word,
which, If completed, might spell n
story of denth ami disaster.
Two steamers wero passed during
tho voyago of the Aotca, but they
wero too fnr dlBtanttn ho made out.
No other vessels wero Righted.
Captain Pressor Is nccompanled by
ins wne, iwo daughters and a bnn.
Tho ollleorH of tho Aotea are: Cap
lain T. l'rossor, First Oflleer II. Kir-
ny. hecond Officer V. Ilulleld, Third
OilUer K. Hcslop, Fourth Ollicer O.
Robertson, chief Engineer O. Camp
bell, Hecond Knglncer J. Mitchell,
Third J. Deck, Fourth .1. MacDonald
ajid Fifth Oflleer Mr. Balrd.
It Is uncertain where the Aotea
will go after discharging her cargo.
Hho will wait hero for orders.
The officers of tho Aotea nro n verv
pleasant lot of fellnwa, Ono of them
tolls of an experlenco ho bad In a four
musleil hark boiiio yenra ago which
was about iik exciting ns most men
euro lo go through. Tho hark had
, boon In Lauvlik and Frednrlckshnld.
, Norway, lor her eaigo, ami wns on
1 her way In Melbourne. During the
pasaign of S3 daya she euenuntcred
, exceptionally nnn weather until the
Hie vicinity of Capo Town, when a
typhoon came on. All her canvas
wns inrrleil away, and shn wna par
tially submerged, only the forecastle
uml poop showing, All tho gaar wuh
Hwepi off the half deck, and iho men
imt iiveiy.lllliK they luiil, even Ihclr
, ilii'ii lining wiulivil nut uml nv(T.
himrd. Two men worn lusl, ntiu ut
I ilmm u llawalluu (nun iiuoiiii. p
VOT T Want the oldest and Pucst
I JJ Whiskey, don't you?
OLD JAS. E v
(HANDMADE SOUR MASH)
Is always well aged and It Is purity Itself.
Made and bottled In the Jas. E, Pepper Distillery of Kentucky, estab
lished In 1780,
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents
, 102-004 NUUANU 8TREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
As a Oift
YOU MAY WANT TO MAKE A PRESENT OF A GOOD i
GIFT UMBRELLAS must be handsome .as well as of fine nualltv. $
y ruiiinbt one ui- ua ro
-F nam....... .. A ... ..
lost Ills life In attempting to save his
comrade, who was being washed over
board. For IS hours the men were
kept on the poop nnd In the rigging,
with nothing to cat. Finally a rain
squall came up and quieted the waves
sn that the vessel was able lo throw
off the water that was holding her
down. Nobody had expected that
she could live through the typhoon.
The Aoten Is nt tho Hackfctd
The Republicans will hold Ihclr
regular two meetings of the I'ouith
nnd Fifth In town.
The Fifth District meeting will bo
nt tho Kallhl Camp, at which the
Hpcnkcrs will he ns follows: John L.
I'noo, C. II. Malic. Henry O. Vlda,
8. I Correa, A. V. Clear. Joe Kalami,
II. M. Kniilhonui, I,. L. McCnnd
less. II. Knhale. J. V. Cnthcnrl. 8.
I'uliin Miilelun, V. F. Clillllngwnrtb.
Clins. Ilustnce Jr.. 8. C. Dwight, Jas.
Ulckuell. D. Kalaiiokalanl Jr.
The meeting of the Fourth will bo
held nn Queen street, iniihnl of tho
The Democrats will have one meet
ing nl J. Aca'n residence nt Wnlklkl,
and another at the corner of King
street nnd Knmchnmeba IV road.
The Republicans will havo n IiIr
meeting nt l'carl City on Saturday,
anil a largo rally at Aala Park, nt
which Kuhlo, Stephen Desha, J O.
I.nue and Knnuha wilt orate.
McClannhan wns to address tho pen
pie at the Leper Settlement this
morning. Ho Is billed to speak nt
Lahalna tonight nnd nt Wallukii to
morrow. Ho will catch tho Klnnu nt
Mnnlaea tomorrow night, nnd will bo
back In Honolulu Saturday.
STERILIZED BARBER SHOP.
A Famous Shop In the Carrollton Ho
tel, Baltimore, Maryland.
Tho barber shop In the Carrollton
hnlpl. ft.i1Hnw,t- uIkIIIau j.-....il.tHn
It uses ill tha shop. The blerlllilng la
nunc oy neai, rue towels, me razora,
tho strops, tha soap, the combs and
brushes aro all sterllzc.l beforo being
used on a ciistomei. Where there la
no sterilization, havo'tho barber uto
Nowhro'g llernli-liln m Liiiu n.
dandruff germ, and It Is nn antiseptic
im bcuip, ami lor inc ince after
.-having. All leading barbers every
vvbero annrei-lhln tlii-Kn nninni f,...ia
about Herplcldo and they use It, "De
stroy the cause, you remove the ef-
ic-ci. aoin uy leaning druggists. Send
luc. in aianins rnr unmnie in ti.o nn,..
plcldo Co., Detroit, Mich. Holllslrr
Drug Co., special agents.
Ah Ping will trv to exrlnln In 1n,ir.
wniiney tomorro whow It Is that he
manages to live without wcrk. He
was arrested today us a vne.
NOTICU OF BALK OF CEIITAIN PHI.
Ml LAND KNOWN AS Till:
LUALUALKI UMK8TONK LOT
At 12 o'clock noon. Saturday, Novcm
ber 21th. 100(1. at (mm r.ir:,,. ... ,.
Judiciary Hulldlng. Honolulu, there
will be sold at Public Auction under
tho provisions of Section 17, Putt IV,
i.mi'1 nn, isa-, (Section 27(1 llcvlbed
Laws of Hawaii) the following land.
3(11.0 acres, a Utile mum ,i- In ...
that land near Wiilainn- nni.,. i,.',...
uh tho l.lmeftoiie Ijii ii u.,i,i i ..,,.
. ...... ....... ... MJ..-
in u a large depusit of natural lime of
i Minn uegiee or purity.
l'l"et pure ;iU10 0n i, lua ,.n-.t nt n,i
out and Stamp.
Terms Cnsh, ir. s. fluid Coin.
I'm- ;ilai, and further lurtlculnni ai
ply at Oiiu-n of Conunlssloiier of Pulill:
Mlllils. Jmllcliii-y Ihilldlug, Hiiunlulu.
l.H, W. PIIATT,
t'lililinUHlfiiiui- of p,,!,!!,, I,,,,,,,,
IIuiiiiImIm, Diiiihar ;', mini,
3','-()i'i. 25, ','7, Miv, 3, 10, 17, W.
lEf S DAY
.. ....... .... ..' 1
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
& Go,. Ltd.
Because WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LTD.. received by the two last steam
ers 168 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young; XMAS
CARDS and CALENDARS: GIFT
Books; TOYS; TOYS; TOYS. Every
child should have the Latest THE
TEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOSEVELT BEAR BOOK.
Come early before they are all gone.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Markham's "Man with the Hoe" Is
Ilot t!..M!.e" known an "Tno Mn vv'th
SEND YOUR ACCOUNTS TO
Past Dde Agency.
122 KING ST. TEL, MAIN 371.
ON THE GROUND FLOOR.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
IS....-,. . '
Telephone Blue 3161,
ot aunt you'll have THE
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The host smoke 6old in
this market, Try It.
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VIC I OR '
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