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ISVKNINH ntltXBTIN. HnNOUILt). T. II . THt'tWDAV. OCT. 2V IMC
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FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
OCTOBER 25, 10C0.
DEMOCRATIC MEETINQ3 TONIGHT
Fourth DItrletr-Joc Acn's Place,
Speakeri Weed. Ingham, 8lln,
Ululhl, Klakahl, Patau, Hose, liar
ey, Kern, Moore, (Inndall, Hop
kins, and others.
Fifth District Kallhl. corner Kins
nml Katn. IV, noatl.
8peaken Kamahu, Knhalcaahu,
Like, McCarthy, 11 road, laukra,
Jarrctt, Tha)cr, Trent, anil oth-
THE MELLO AFFIDAVIT 8TAND3
One Mcllo made an affidavit, published the day before yostordny In these
columns, chnrglng Sam Johnson with colonising In tho Sixth Precinct of 'Mo
fourth, for tho Itcpiihllcnn primaries, giving the names of six Portugucso
who had taken up residence there' for that purpose.
Tho IlulUtin claims that Mcllo has retracfed. '
tint wc want Until Johnson himself to deny tho charge,
Mcllo swore to his Rtatomcnt.
That ho made tho affidavit freely and voluntarily, and Ihnt ho knew fully
the nature of the nffldavlt beforo ho Hworo to It, can readily ho proved.
And now vo want no hIiIc Htcriplng announcement In tho nowg notes of
thu lliillctln In return.
A sworn affidavit entitles its to Johnson'it personal rpply.
It Is upon a mnttcr of pulilic Interest, where every voter has a right lo
know the truth.
Johnson is a puhllc officeholder and actively doing politics.
Ho has thus made his doings public property and a matter of puhtlr In
terest, particularly where he Is nslnR his Influence In politics among puhllc
iniploccs paid out of tho Public Treasury.
An accusation has been mado ngalnst him In tho most solemn form
known to the law.
Tho old macblno dodgo of bull dozlnR and holding up tho man who has
madu the affidavit, to hack him down or to get him to qualify away somo of
his statements, will not wash.
If Johnson has dono no cotoulzlnR, ho can readily say so and meet tho
If ho has colonized, ho should not escape tho personal Inane, of ciflclty
and character hy allowliiR tho llulletln to do tho side-stepping nit for Mm.
And we, therefore, ask jou, Mr. Johnson whether or not you, directly or
throiiRli jour head man Costa, caused any of tho six Portuguese named In
Mcllo's nmJnvIt to change their resldcnco Into tho Sixth Precinct In order
to vote at tho Republican primaries?
To the Rcncral public, wo say that the primaries nro the solo hope of tho
tltlzcn for ilean nominations.
The machine recognizes this and begins Its work Invariably at tho pri
maries. That captured, cvcr thins else falls Into their hands as a matter of
Against whom docs tho macblno colonize or othcrwlso take steps to own
Against the rlfiht-mlnded, Independent olcr who wanlB simply the best
nun In office and no one else.
Tho Independent voter has a right to know, tbereforo. If Johnson colonized
ngalnst him or not, and ho has a right to know It from Johnson himself In a
fair, full and square answer, meeting tho accusations as specifically as they
have been made. ,
LATfell. rtincu the above was written word has como to us direct fiom
Mcllo dcnjlng tho Interview In tho llulletln, re-afllrmlnR tho truth of his
nffldavlt In every particular, nnd producing n responsible party In verification,
and who stands ready to offer Ills nmdnvil as well, nnd this will be forth
comhiR at the right time.
Sam Johnson! Step out Into the limelight nnd make answer to these
accusations, which go Jo show by what means Arthur Drown secured his
nomination hy acclamation in tho Itcpulillcan County Contention, nnd how
)ou, a mere cmplojcc of the Ilonrd of Supervisors, cou'd dictate who should
go on that Hoard nnd act as jour emplojcr for tho next two jcars.
TO PLAN FOR
HE OF 11
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHM6F
HONOLULU, Oct. 25, 1900
"I am in favor of populating thexo
Islands with settlers," sild I,. I, Mc
Candles when he read In tho llulletln
the announcement that the Territorial
tovcrnment Is prepared lo exchange Its
holding on the Island of Uinal for proi-KuaiuiiiSoriC ,,
crty -tallied at I107.000. f ifflftSCS'iTZ:
"I am opposed to any such business. otiiSurir Co..
That Is not tho way to got n population """" s co
NAME OF STOCK PaUUlliSl till Ailitil
C Brnrff Co ...... -
En Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian Atftcutwi ICr
Haw Com Sunt Co
Honofflu Sucar Co ,.
Honokaa SukvCo h.
Haiku Sar Co. ....
Vahukii Plantation Co
Clbtl plantation lo LU
tinoutka aucar .o ... .
.. . .. ..... .... mill 3U1T r am .-i
ior mis country tnai win promoic us -., Er,; c, ll4 ,- ,
best welfare. 1 bcllcc the laud should , oiow.iu Co. .. . i,, ' 11
uo given out ts settlers. P.cwVMm.r.
They any the Island Is blowing, Paia piantationCo ...
nwny. They also say that one man pf'Juiyi"0' "'
owncrshtn Is the only thing that will! WauluaAstiruimiaTci
saxo the Island. Why I.annl Ims been WaiiukuujatCo ,
under one-man ownership oxer since I vsaimanaioSuatOoir
hav e know n anything nbout It. No, sir, Wa MCa ,.,
.. , ..... ...... ...... t MISCELLANf-OllS
u is noi rigni to naricr on mc puniii , ,,,7uunaStaamNG
anus in lilts way.
Senator McCnndlcss said he would
oppose the thing In tho bitter end mid
enrry It tin to Washington If ncicfsary.
"The President can turn mo down If
he wnnts to, hut 1 shall make my pro
It is understood that the (locrnor
until. ftttl nml twr,t iMoniiuuInn of I tin
.' .. . Vi ." " V " . " .1. ' . ". MawTrriH pc
iiiuuer ui uiu iruusicr nun m mu tui'ttiaw Terr I attp c,, ,
nation, nnd this stand by McCandlcssI Mwrio pr
Is In lino with his request McCandless ; L",' ",' s' Co
will undoubtedly mnke himself heard Haiku Soirar Co pc
joooool fl'J ' ai, I 4
I riooo la I j t.
,(ll , l
.MJO.-K. 1 I
lytm , "M
lm t It
a nv $
fooooi l I
Hon R T A. L Co Coal
Mutual Ttttfhona Co
OaAu HkLU ... .
Hon II. A M Co. ...
Haw left I 4 pc
KrliimllUK l ps
Haw Com A 5uf Co s p.
nawuffar upc ...
Hllo K H Co Connec
Kahuku Plant Co o p c
Oahu R t L Co 6 p e -Oahg
Sucar Co6pc H
when tho nubile hearing comes.
It Is understood thai tho holdings of
tho Territory nro dovetailed In with
Private holdings In such a wny that It
1 timiM lm nnvl In ImnnasIMn til tllvlltr.
'... .... . Ill a a 111,1 .1 -f
tho land up Into homestead tracts "'. p.urtanico .."...
nnv size unless the Territory bought' Pionaei Mill Co Ore
out tho private holdings nnd went lntiiJJc,,i;rJ,t,-
IHC IIUSIIICa III I'lCUlllIK Ulllliro lil:iv I -
McC anillcss nns Hint the condition I p.itcs-icii-cu
of Knboolnwc. which Is blowing out to -''.
Is tho result of one-man man.ig-
ment. It wns under letiso fir n long Latest sttgar quotation, 1 cents, or
term of vcars nnd tho holder of n Iciso JBO. a ton.
milks tho land for alt It Is worth nnd
l o- I
Hi. I aj ' 't
l.toooo I lo i
oo o' I
II. 1)1 I I
doc not think of tho future liccntiin nil
ho has to consider is what hi can get
out of l( for tho period.
LIQUOR ON CREDIT
"I don't know thnt tho Civic Fed-
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS, 3s, II 14(1
Thielon & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Exchange.
912 FORT ST. TEL MAIN 12.
HONOR TO WHOM HONOR 18 DUE
"When Mr. It. II. Trent entered upon his duties as County Treasurer one
of his first acts was to arrange for tho acceptance and payment of all
County Warrants at par by the Banks: not subjecting them to tho flat dls
count of 2 as was the enso with Territorial Warrants. Tho Territory Istrticd
n monthly warrant for J23.000.00 to finance tho County of Oahu which bore
Interest at tho rato of B1!, pet annum until redeemed. This warrant the
Panks were willing to discount at the flat rato of 2, which meant a loss
lo bomconc of $500.00. Mr. Trent was not satisfied with this arrangement,
howccr, believing that it ought to be discounted nt its earning rate of
Interest only, nnd that the County should get the full face valuo of tho war
rant. This nrrphgc'hicnt he. effected, through a concern handling trust funds
on the first warrant, and subsequently tho Banks fell in line with tho same
proposition. Now suppose Mr. Trent had not Doubled himself about making
thlj financial arrangement, what would hao bocn tho result? Klther nil
County warrants would have been made payablo on tho dates concurrent
with the Territorial warrants and tho merchants and County employees would
hac been assessed tho flat discount of 2; or, tho County would havo bocn
mado to stand tho loss of $500.00 per month In order that its warrants might
bo honored at their face-aluc. However, as it was questionable whether thu
County would bo justified In standing this loss. It would most likely hav
come out of tho pockets of tho merchants and County employees. Now comes
the procession of Republican candidates shouting, "Wo did It! Wo did It!
Our County Auditor drew tho warrants for 100 cents on tho iollar and Trcnl
had to pay them at that rate." Aren't the the bojs that "lit" tho blanket
THE BULLETIN SAY8 IT'S "UP TO TRENT"
On Its front page yesterday afternoon, under the heading of "Up to
Trent," tho Bulletin publishes a fow compliments passed between Itself nml
tho Advertiser, in which each is modestly willing to grnnt that tho other Is
tho bigger liar of the two, and then attempts In "pass the buck" up to
Mr. It. II. flTront, "one of tho Democrats," aj follows:
Mr. Trent, when spoken to, about thls.matter, said that
tho assertion!) of the Advertiser are absolutely false. Owing
to tho nihlec of friends ho hesitated lo enter Into a contro
ersy ai ho feared tho Advertiser was trying to lead him
into a trap. It Is now up to It. II. Trent.
The DcmoctatB regret very much that they havo becomn tho innocent
occasion of ill reeling between 3iich longtime friends as tho 'Tlser nnd ths
Calf, and aro willing, ocn nt great risk to themselves, to raako all possible
amends They have thcrcfoio Instructed Tho County Beacon to say that the
Bulletin folks aro at liberty to publish tho contract that seems to bo tho bono
of contention, to tell how It happened to bo entorcd Into, and nt whoso solici
tation, and to print n orbatlm, report of all conferences and conversation!
that havo been hnd between tho parties thoictn up lo dati-. Tho plain truth
will thitb bo iniido known, ami tho Btiffcilng iiihllc can Judge for Itself as In
which of tho newspaper belllgcients Is 'bu better lepiosctitatlvu ot the
I'athcr of Ills Couutiy,
It makes a delightful treat
(or evening callers. .
tf freer -t
local and oeneral i jannmmmmnmnwmHmmmmHK
If anyone anywhere WANT3 It, a
Bulletin Want Ad will sell Itl
The UloLc sells 't rhcipef.
: ' Absolute Comfort " ?
?rXX?p& Ladies' "Prince Albert" Comfort" ShoeS
Applo Dlovitim salmon nnd l.iplon s J
cas nt C J. Day & Co. ' , J- jv ZZm
Tho ship lills of Cyldo nrrhed lit rT Jf kv
Soft Flexible Sole, Para Rubber Heel, Elastic Sides, S
ig; Easy Wcarinf, Easily Fitted, Easily Removed 5
II Ho on the 23d from Sail I'r.inclsca , jj
I no nicrrn is imu in iinnu iiuhi mi.
Colonics next Tresday. '
Tho Ventura, from S.in I'rjmlscu i
Miss It M. KcIIork nrrhed from ll.i
IJr. I!, C Walcrhoitso nrrled from
liana on the Clnudlue. i iw.
T A. Unrnlngliam was a paswusi r . gj
on the Cliudluc from liana tod.i) ' s.
II M tlltlcl ennio In fiotu liana nnj g?7
the Clnudlue. t g
Mist llakano Is In town from Kci g
lloitsckcenliiR rooms nt 70 tju.irr)
street lieu Alnp.il me fur lent er rei
J. Sthnepe and wife arrived thp.
morning from Knhiilul
C. I! tin) lies c lino In on IhcClaudiuc
from Kahultil toda).
Mrs. C II. Athcrton nrrUcd from
Knhiilul this morning. i
lJ,tJSa-a5i,,-, , tUUUlilUUlUUU Ul UllUlUUitUUiiUR
Mrs. .1 M. Kcanu nnd Miss Mnr Ke
iinu nrrlcd on the Clnudlno this morn- " " . i ma
Itir frriii, liitmliil !
Miss N Ulrch mrheil on tho ste.iinrt
Clai.dlnc from Kahulul today.
Mrs. (I. W Smith was n passi-ngc
on the CHudlnc tills morning from
(Jtiren l.lllitoknlaul nrrUed on thi)
Cliudlno from Kahultil this morning
Mrs .1. Aen tame In from Kahulul
C. I j. Hcrlmger nrrlcd op the t'ltiud
Ine fiom Kiihtilul.
1'. I'arcil nnd sun are In limn from
Kahulul. The) nrrhed on the C'l.inilliip
.Messrs. It. 'Irlp'illt mid t! Mann. I
bao pitr.'h iscd tho Oicgmi Itestnurmit
No. !i King street nml changed the
Mclnerny Shoe Store t3
FORT STREET J2!
T FOR HOME USE w
A watrh thai tton'l keep correct ti"it, i- worse
thnti no w.itcli nt nil. To,th? !'.!.v r.iu of tutlny a
rclii' !; tt::icjiccc is iimst c cl'.:::,..
Out 'w.itchci are r:rfctt tiinckcciicts.
M. R. Counter, Fort St.
cratlon endorsed me," snitl 1'iniik trim that ho sold liquor on credit to
Harvey, tho Democratic rundldatd for tho crews of tho Inter-Island boils,
Supervisor nt-I.arge, today. "At leastlnnd withheld tho amounts duo him
they also endorsed W. W. Harris, who from the Ir wages.
Is running against me "Well. It Is llko nn oilier stole"
i .11.1 . .....L n. fiui iv.u. nnswrrcd IlaiNoj ' If tho bn)s want
endorsement, and they did not como " n" " "1 Kl ",0 , mola5;'
to seo mo about It. I don't know who ."'7 , ""' ' "r "" "r,1J'r' ""
.... . . uhlili thni fin i-reilll ns WO ir.O till 11
or what tho civic hoiieratlon is, so I " "; v .
do not know how to feci about tho "'I'"""""" ' ; '""7'
endorsement. Ilnwever, it Is otcs 1
am alter, and If the IVderntton lias 11
o'e, I am glad to get It"
raiue lo The Kiiropetu llcsliiuriiut
1'le.i'v glc them ottr iMtioiiage
When the Alameda snllul for the
1 1 act jesterilii) Chester l)le was m
tho dink lo sea his old friend "l-iro
Die off to thi- mainland Ho fair!
liiulul the trnxeler with lels.
Tho case of All Chin, charge I with
Lurgl.iry In tho first degree, was con
tinned for a week In Judgo I.lmlsaj s
court this morning.
C. It lltliklnlid, (hlif clerk or the
cntarH odlce has hicn worldug
di and night with his staff in pack
lug uff ilc'illon KttpplleM to the buiriia
of Inspectors on thu other Islands. i
If your nppilllf has gone bnvk on,
ott. dill .it tho Criterion and gel n
(Iiiki if Ilr llufcland's elebrnted blt-j
lets A Hlinulnnt mid tonli for the
II W l.eklisl, cnndlilatc for Itepie
renlMlhe, denies the statement that
It" did n hula-kill stunt nt the meeting
ul the Pallium .dilution, this fe.ituiol
hi lug contributed by Kmilhuniil l."le
lul is the pastor of the Kaneohe
ihitrih, und the report wns therefoiul
T II Dnleul'ii hno received ln
lo, matlon tint the .lapnnc steamship
Chltis.i Marn Is due to arrive here No
ctnbcr 3 from illogo. Tho espcl
hrliigH a big I'.irgc mid n iiumber of In
migrants She Is conslgue to I lie
I. rut mentioned
pbout a gac ttovo that Is bo agreeable
to the cook that they wilt work for less
money where there Is one In use thin
where they have to cut ant) carry
wood. If you are of an economical
turn of mind, Why Not De Consistent
and TRY OA3?
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
J a VTf9f LINE OF
. LANDU b collegian Clothes
Hotel Street Store
AND THE D1POT FOR BOS
THE ROAD 0VCRALL8.
'I he nllio of tho Attorney tieiicr.il I.'
Icing iiiiiipllmeiilcil loda as the risi.lt
if the Supn mo Court ilei Islon lu the
irntter of the I'alulo unlet rights ciiro
lu thl i muter the government stepped
In mid took the liiirdeu on Itself to pro
tut the rights of llio holders of teases
frrm the government and also of the
The decision of the Supreme. Court
has hliuvvn that (fills stand has had It.!
ITut .mil tho Attorney Oeneral Ins
not taken tho troitlilu mid expense ol
Intirfcilng lu the matter lu vain 'I he
effect will be far-ri lulling bulb In tin
in liter of this decision mid of othtts
whli h may bn needed lu tho future.
Fresh for Hallow'cn
In rrcuch Mixed; Floral Gcrlcs; As
sorted, Golf Qlrls, American Beauties,
Don Bon, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
College Girls, Assorted Nuts, Nuga
tines, Marshmallows, Caramels, Cum
drops, Ice Cream Drops,
SOLE AGENT8 FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
IBS KING STREET.
If your appetite lias gone
back on you call at the Crl,
tcrlon and get a dose of
The best known stimulant
ami tonic for the Hoinacli.
cor BETHEL & HOTEL Sts.
In vlow of tho apparent Inconsist
ency of tho endorsement by tlm l'eds
of Harvey, who runs n saloon, tho
Kllnhann, on King stteet near tho
rishmnrkc , ho wns asked If It, was
Ihnt way with clothes, pol and fish.
nml ever thing else If tho bos
want lliiinr nml they havo the ition
ey, they pay for II If tho haven't
got money they gd II " credit, and
pay It later However, I do not pay
off thu men Mr Poor does that '
During my absence from the Terrl
toiy of lliivwili i:. A. MotlHinith is
auMiorboil to nit for Cotton ilros A.
Co till further iiotlco
COTTON IlltOH it CO.
3t .las. II. Agnsslt.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY -Tg
The BUSINt88 MAN'S HANDY IN
DC., published In the Saturday Bull
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives
concise and complete resume of all le
gr.l notices, calls for tendes, Judg
.iicnts, building permits and real ci
tato transactions. Evening Bulletin,
754 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
GOOD RESULTS OF CLEAN TALK
it Is pleasing In note Die salutary effect ol the cruiadn atalntl tho earn
palgn methods of Ilia "licet, llnma nnd ilungimho" Party. It Is reported thai
last night their meetings worn lonttmiinhhly frett Imm Ihn "lleoi nml
lliioo" fiat in o thut lias so iniispleuiiiisly ihuiacleilzecl Iheli former iiilllcs
W'n i mild nut lielp iiiiiIiIiik Inn, how unit li the "lliiiiiniiihu" (eat It to hu
illliilliUhOil, I he hlalant Vldti Imvlllg sinldiiiily lupned lull) "linn units ilrsiio
liidn' U U niisiil Him wliltinii tiu Uxor mid imu uiulllui) lliu "Hup
minim" ttit iiuiiiiiett toiiill) jmffullvu l,nl thu uoo. miiiK mi.
Well, I say, If you are feeling blue, you certainly don't look Itl Of
course that Is, If your clothes are ma de by us. Wa make garments that 1
I have STYLE and GRACE and give to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DISTIHC 1
I DON. We make to your individual in enure for the same price you would I
I have to pay for ready to wears, and wr u'vn satisfaction I
V Our llluc Serge Quits Mi2i havo no citial in town TIILY AflL I
Winter Is Coming
So Buy Now and get the full benefit
ON SAL II AT
E. W. Jordan & Co., Lid.
.. mnawtttpiiinf mtomBAmtikiNtllrw1 ' - rr , n , , , "mgi