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KVKNINfJ PtTT.LETIN. HONOMJI.O. T. H.. FRIDAY. OCT. 20. 1906.
Leahl Chapter Initiation
Perfection Regular 5 p. m.
Hawaiian Second Degree
7S30 p. m.
Pacific Second Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter Initiation
All visiting member of the
order oro cordially luvltud to at
tend wettings of local lodges.
MAHMONV LODGE, No. I, I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In I. O O K. Hurl. Kurt streeL
K It IIHNIilrt Secretary.
u o norn:i.. n ti.
All vlsltlrg bro'herii eiy cordially
MYOTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. ef P.
Meett every Tuesday livening M
7:30 o'clock Hi K. of P. Hnll. ICJiik
itreet. Vliltlng brothers coidlally II
vlted to attend.
O. J WIUTl'.HKAD. C.C.
F. WALDRON, K.R.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of l. j
Meets ever? Friday erenlrg at I
K. 1. Hall, Klui? street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of MvHtle LocUe. No. 2. Will. Mo-1
Ktnley Lodge, No. 8. and visiting !
brother, cordially Invited.
A. I) UOND. C. C.
A S. ki:nvay, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, D. P. O H.,
will meet In ttielr Imtl, m Miller
and Horctonla streets, evtry Friday
My order of the V. R. i
HARRY II. SIMPSON.
Secret try. i
It. E. MURRAY, n.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No. 8, K.of P. '
Meets every Saturday evrnlnx at
7:50 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King l
'.rest. Visiting brothers cordially In-1
vllJ lo iittend. i
M. M. JOHNSON, CO. .
E. A. JACOUSON, K.H.S. I
HONOLULU AERIE 1-10, F. O. E.
Ueets on the 2nd and 4tli WEDNHP
DAY evenings of tnrli month at 7SI0
(clock In K. of P. Hall, Klug treL
Vleltlng Eaglej are Invited tr at
CAM McKCAOJn, W.P.
II. T. MOORB. W. Socy
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. U. F I
VUltlng brothers cordially Invited to i
W. T. HRAKR. Sachora.
A. i: MURPHY, C. of R.,
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Mci-ui overy second nnd fourth Wed
nesday of eneh ninulli nt San Anlnulo I
Hull. VisltliiK biotlieia (.onliniiy in
MfYd to uliend
'r F. McTIOHB, Pros.
i:. V TODD. Secy.
A Superior Light to all others.
Aceytlene Gn Is superior In quality,'
tnd cheapness radiates less heat, vltl
ites the air leas did has no Injurious j
effect' an the eyes. ;
For .urthor particulars Inquire t
the office. ,
Also Calc'um Carbide of all sizes, In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant St.
Anything on Wheels1
Wanted? We can make It and I
make It right.
Yes, It takes knowledge to do It,
but we claim to have this knowledge.
We combine this knowledge with
honest endeavor and good factory '
equipment, and by so doing are able
to fill an order for anything on
wheels. Ve turn, out the order Just
as the customer wants It at a pilce
that la the minimum In carriage
W7 QUEBN BT. TEL, MAIN 47,
P. O. BOX 103.
C, W. ZCIQLCR Manager
(P rim Job Printing t llm Bui
lilln office, i
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! ihf old nieiM v
I j" OUM 5 Q
H'saWfl - I 7
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.." tSiTl tTuieitu' (T K
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I'JV'o-"- I T .
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Thr Pest Paint for Kitchen
and Bathroom Floors
Put It on In the evening and
It haidens vvlth a beautiful,
glossy finish before morning.
It gives long and satisfactory
wear Ready mixed for use
For outside painting, where
a good paint Is needed, try our
PORCH AND 8TAIR PAINT.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST.
For Over 60 Years
hn bren iwd.for over HIXTY
YKAlld by MILLIONS of l..thrr
ttltl with nrfrf Ktirput. IT
bOOTIIl'S the CHILD, btll'THNB
thn OUAft, ALl.A.S otl pain.
CL'IUiS WIND COLIC, otid it tho
by Drutfclstd ta crry part of tho
world, lio fture ana ink lor Mri.
lanlow'ii Hnutblntr Dyrnpnnd tako
no Abcr uaii. 33 cents a Battle.
I Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 193.
Lord and Belser,
Rewera, Grading, Paving, Teaming,
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH 4 KmWAIAHAO ST8.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
STYLISH FALL MILLIN
BOSTON BLDG., FORT 8TREET.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
MRS. J. A. RODANET.
NUUANU 8T. cor. HOTEL and KINQ.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
uio ronr 0TRCET.
FINE SUITS FROM 115 UP,
mad In uplo-
lUtt - ilyli,
H0TPI, oii, UIQII0M ST.
! LOCAL 1ND fiENEIAL
I There are ALWAYS people who
want to buy dogs or blrd& and they
i lead the Bulletin want aus.
Autos for hire at Ter. Stables.
Your grocer tells Pol Ilrcnkfast Food
Rest cup of collee la the city. New
A line slmuliiK of new drms skirts ul
Whltnej & Munli'a.
C'rjHliil butter Jo jour order at th
.Melropollliiti .Meiit Co.
Ilnlclw.i olfers umisiKil attraction Id
llm 1 1 rod buslm-ps uinu.
After lullcr KkntliiK K to the Coh
well c'afo and Ilnr for refrcsluiieiits '
(Jib Is its economical us mi llluuilii-'
nut for liniiRi' or hIoiu at It In for fm-l.
Queen etieel Sknllnn Itluk will (:n
atuidjy tvenlni;, Nu ember 1 liaml
A notlcn of Inipoilatico lo luioclurs
of eleetluu li inn under II)' Ailtliorlty
I The Hnwnllan Tribe. Order of Red
Men, will bold their tegular meeting i
Neatly furnished rooms nt the Pop- j
ulur. 1, JI.CpU and fi per week. 1243
1 Furt street.
The steamer Manna I.0.1 airhfil tills i
li online with tiosa bacs of A sueJr and 1
T2 head of eatllu. I
(let the ililldien n pair of those ery
few nnd smart danclni; pumps cold b)
Melueruy shoe store.
i 'I ho 1'iomotloii Coinnilttrn Hireling
1 dlil net lOlue on H'tterda) olu; lo
the l-it.lv of li quorum.
Oahu Ludce. No 1. K. or 1'.. will
meet toulgbl at 7:30 o'clock III K. of
P. Hull, King arret.
I A KUIU (ii.iiu ntlil lockei is auver
tlstil iih losl riudir will bu reuauled
tur the ritiirn of name to IIiIh olllie
U. C Hw.llll h.m ullhdiauii Ills rev j
I Ignallun ax ileetlou Inspector 111 llm
'Sixth I'mliut of the roiirlh DlKlrUt
t Tie.it )our lion roof to i roat of
"Arabic." There Is mi better preserv-1
atlu made. California Kevd Co.,
IMpira weie filed 111 the Tn-.isiuer'l
olllie yeHlerday slioului; a iliiuiKe In
I I jiiki of I'acltie Co.ist Oil (.'oiupaiiy to
Standard Oil Company,
i KiisUn'h iiiuiplete worki sold In half
, inoioeio oil e.iH)' luontllly pa)meiitn at
Win. C. l.)ou Co . Ltd., loruer Tort and
Hotel sheets (iipxtjlrs),
I The tUK I.eHlle ll.ildulu, which lia
1 been In the hntbur for hoiimi lime mi
ilerKoIni; lepalro, depaited on her ic
turn to Kuhulul last nlRlit
, Wulkll.1 lun Is now- owned by W. C.
Herein. Actoinmoilatlons, supplies
und utteiidaiuo uliMilutely first class.
riuent bathlliK uli the beach.
It Ik leported that n sinall temporary
Cni-iel iliiin was nwepl out lam l-'ilday
on the Niiu.iiiii dam uoik. The dauinKO
iliinu Ik paid not c be setloiiH.
Sen our Porto Rlcau Panama hats.
Something new! Rloeked lo order
Pi It ed from 1" up. Uxpert Hat Clean
f rs. 1127 Tort St., opp. Club Stables.
!H. 11. Derby has been appointed eleu-
tlon limpector In the l.lulUh Prei lm t
of Hie Piiiirth lllnlrbt In llm idm n ul
II Dee, who has gone to the Const.
A good tonileused milk Is utmost In-
dlHpeimable In the counlry nnd for oul -
lugs Try SiiuiDKlde tondeiised uilllc.
irolil by all gioceis,
inert. II. HaHcs
A Co, whole agents,
M.irstun Campbell has resigned fiom
the ton Hnliim-Younir Couitiunv to nc
I c tM a position with the Honolulu lion
Works He will tako his new position
1 the drat of KiiM-inbcr.
The ruck wall of tho Kuhulul break -
I water Is now- built out Us entire, leiiutli
of 2000 fitt, hut reipilrei much IIIIIim
)et I.-irKe ImpiovementH mo lielnij
I made to the wharf of the Kuhulul Hull-
I Ueineinber u delicious dinner at the'
, popular prlte of one dollur Is smeil
.every eveului; on tho meat seml-clr-
tular lniiut of the SeaHlile Hotel. Rett
value for the money und ccfolcst plucu.fiom Souiheru California, uud I initio
In town to dllie. Ipatu u lilu mind of people.
.Mr Splnille, llm civil eiiKlueer. in tho
employ of the Koolau Riillioad Cimi
I p.my. uiiH taken ipille III while dolnij
field work on tho other side of Ihe Is
land and has been hioiiKltt In to the
I (Jiiien'u Hospital.
j Don't forget the dame to he Risen
11 ine a. u, ll on iiiuiowc-fii lllKlil. lilt:
,11st, at Progress Hull You don't need
lo wear dials ami (Ho sure of n good
lime There will bo many novel fcul
iii es, worth more I hiiu the prlcu uf ad
mission. Miss L M. Towle uud Miss S. Scotl
uf California, wi le tourlits fur the Vol
emu, uirlvliiK Wednesday and loluru
lui; to Honolulu Friday. Mrs, II II
Moicheiul, of this city, Hindu the pleas
uut dhtoveiey thai Miss Towlu had
Lbceu u schoolmate of tier's at .Mills
College. In Cullfurnlj, llllo Tribune.
lit. Rev. Henry II. Rvsturlck. uf Ho
nolulu, UKompanleil by Miss Resturlrk,
united lu llllo Tuesday and niu tho
Ktiesta of Ruv W. 11. Kcutou-Smllli
They leturii tu Honolulit by Ihe Kliiutl
this week, lllshoii Restuilck preached i
nhlo tenuous ut tho morning uud eveii-
lug seniles at St, James' Kplstupal i I'i'nl liuudred llslieiiueii me iuIskIiik
diillch on Sunday llllo Tllbuue I
Tho Ue.isiner of u llllo lodgn wu. MINNESOTA MAKES GOOD
mrprlsed by the lecelpt of a doll.ii I
Iiom li IuiIko ineinber thl uugh the mall ' Ilimlnu, Oct 'iT, On her llial hip,
What Kiupilsed lilm was not the fait, llm hallliship Minnesota made a speed
hut the iiijiiiili, for this wus odd Fol-liiuml of lib.'.l liuou.
lowing the original example of u sub
scriber lo Republican milioiuil tain
Milin funds, thn kellder hail nltlxcil a
ttliimii lo one shin uf the dollur uud u'
pleie of papej- wllh tho addiess upon It
to the other sl.13, mid thus mailed It.
Aiiollit'i party of California women,
Including iiboiit foily Is bisiked for it
visit to Honolulu tho stcond week ill
IVbniuiy The paily Is being uriuiigcd
li) Mis i:d)th Tozler Weiilhened of
the Western Toms Company, who unit -
ionized the parly of Diegou girls vvlai
visited heie leteutly. The uiiiiid trii
fiom Hun Fi-miicIsc-ii heie, Imludlug thJ
voli-uuo tllp, fcou-ial side Hips mid tun
weeks ut llm Ro)al Hawaiian holi-l, ir '
to be Ji.Vl mid It Is lliouglil that rev-
unl ndilllluiuil ininies may lm plnco'
upon llm II. I iilieady madu Up. Mm
Winlliiii soil will iiiiompniiy llm pun
IMrihH Oie, (hi !IB-Thufieu,bi
H.lleis' HiII.ii but liiwn nvltN
Do 1 Need
J No, don't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure, I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
I 'fTnTB'llffltlllli MTJTaWnWMffiHiTiTnrwrlTi .
v:jiirvl vwSltiiiiff Tfin tlraffiTTi iff niTrarrTnflaTas
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCB.
HAWAIIAN IRON FtNCE & MONUMENT WORK8,
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 176-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE St7.
IN ORDER TO
Six thousand dolluis Is liclug Blunt'
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.,, ..,u,.h,- ii .-,, ill .:,.
und Improvenicnt of the Royal Huwall -
r.n Hotel and udjau-nt lullaew In an-
ll.liinll.in ,,f II... vvlnlur Hmrljl ve-,Kin,
llilpatlon or Urn winter tourist season
I hese Iiupiiui-nients Include u told
noragf plant consUtliiL' of four w'IMi-In.(!Ill
ule boxes. ronxliiK In teuipcialurn fiom
12 decrees below tiurtni; to HI dc
KretH. The exterior of Hie hotel lina
ten treated to two to-ils of white paint
nnd a thlriUo.it of nliltuenniuul, which1.
l;Iuh II ii fresh apie.iiiiuio In Its cl
ting of tlees and vines All nf Hlu iihii
ineiueuuiiy cuuunc-s nuvii neeii jpaniit-u
nnd all of the Inti-ilor woidwoik Is !" - -
jluK done mer
The mulii torildor und onii.i aliino
uf ilu ,ol, ,,. 3lt.iiK ounnielleil III
white uud tho Hour stained, while in
llm two prlwito oilleeM u dado of Kreeii
I.ltn-i iiHtti Walton has hen put in and
walls nl-me It c-niiinelled while. .Much
of l bu furillturu Is beliiK freshened urn!
, a Ktneiul house eleaiiliiK Is (toliiK on.
"I aullrlpite u lirealcr toinlsl season
for Honolulu tliiin lust yuir," subl
MiiiKiKci- Hews iiiiilldenll). ' Uist )e.ir
we wtiu lull for four iiuiullis uud tuiii-
iui; peode away ttinstaiitly. I hao,ltor's olllce. und was iiixtled by n man
hail n Kiuat many letters ulu-ady fiom In the uudleuc-u to it dilnk of ulgcrobj
piOile In llm Stules liupililiiK llboilt
lutes and iitiomiuoilatlouH, snwial
y ,i0 ,.cdi-d to tonlliiiKi tin-
custom slut led this summer of giving u
cl.inic evety Ih too weeks uu Ihe Friday
evening of the Alameda's ai rival. It
has pi lived popular mid I told Hie olll
tors of Ihe ship the other du) It would
be a llxturu ufter this."
HOT POLITICAL SCRAP
San Francisco, October 13 -ThoMuv-or
has suspended County Attnriiej
Uitiisdou on a ehnrgu of dereliction of
duty uud uppolulfd Abu Ruef In his
plate. Ruef sa)H he will ludlit Ihe
enemlts of tho polite force uud toiupil
llcnoy. who Is associated with tho piu
edition, t osui lender his hti-t nlh-it evi
dent ii of pollto graft. I.augdou will
claim his lights, us his oillcu Is u iuii
ulltutlouul one wllh which the Mu)iil
lias no power to Interfeie
HURRICANE SWEEPS JAPAN
Ttililo, Oil. 1!5. Tlieiti has been a
hurricane In tnuthawesleiu Japan Scv-
The Expert Dentists
nave returned with new appliances
adapted for the patlent'a comfort.
High-Class Workmanship at LOW
Abtolutely painless extraction.
-, , . .
"ice lcn 8 a' m' ,0 P- '"! un'
day; 9 a. m to 12 m.
Call at 215 HOTEL ST., AIILINQ
TON II1.0CK, oppoilto Younu Hotel,
,pjp p l.pflppriicnn DDR
Wit I i Ul I UltJll0U,L,L',O,
Wandering with Ruskln through sun.
lit landscape, or amid the splendor. '
landscapes or amid the spl
of an ancient city are truly the most
delightful occupations for an evening.
To the quality of all-seeing he add
ed the rare gift of word painting, till
cue would well nigh prefer reading
Luskin's description of a place to
stclnrj it with one's own eyes
"half Morocco edition sold on easy
Wm. G. Lyon Co.
COR. TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
KAUHI CAMP MEN
WORDS OF WISDOM
The mullein oof llm Republican meet
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.tis large us usual, owing probalily to in;
iiltraetlonK of the Punchbowl luau J
K. KllllCMO WUH till! C'halrillUll Of HlH
,1V 1C ,.hlc KutlK ,luJ I10t hveu
i011(;1l -,ur ,,y ,,,,,, .u-hitILpJ his
I ulliclai duties as Auditor of the County
nnd asked tliu midleiu-u to otu the
tlriilght Repiiblltun ticket,
Chus. Hiistuc-e, Jr.. said he was not
it nttiHliliit unit tiri'itletpil Ills own lie-
Itory. He wits bom here and expected
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IU IIIU IIL'IU. lit! HIIS IMl IIIIL llin DIUIJI
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Liru r(,m.0 lllalli of iim ,IMli Unuw
' l,,,,,,,,,,.. r ,,n,illineninrv i.-marliH al
J. Kuae. a Republican snell-bluiler.
made u sliort uddress und usked the
uudleuiti to olu a stiulKhl Repiibllciiu
ticket fiom Delegate Prince Kuhlu
down tu tho foot. He wus repeutedly
interrupted und tuld to sit dovwi.
Solomon Mnlielomi, another right
hand man of the Republican party,
iii.ido an luldiess to kuIii I line for the
candidates to arrhe. The speaker
went Into leli;thy detallH of the Ami
lias given It the County Ac,t, hail Kept
und fullllled nil Hh promises and would
continue to do fo. If elected aguln. Ho
Hiked Ihe Hawaiian people lo be loyal
to nnd vote for u strulght HcpuhllCiii
tit ket fiom Delegate Pi luce Kuhlu
down lo every unu on the ticket.
W. O. Smith Huh! while louring
mound this Island he was convinced
that the Republican party would will
this coming election. The County Act
guve them the right' to coutiol their
government a flairs.
D. Kaluiiokaliinl Jr. said that hu wus
running for the olllce of County Clerk
uud pioiulhed If clotted tu discharge thr
clulli h of his olllce according to luw.
Oilier Hpeakeiu went A, V Clear, Sam
Dnlghl, II. C. Vlda und others.
Victoria. Oct 21. Tim barkenUm
SIiiikII. u lumber currier. Is ushuic at
C.iriiimiuh. Captain Cook wus drowned,
slorla. Oil L'S. The ilrillsh balk
Pi tor liedale Is nsliore near here.
HARRIMAN MAY RETIRE
New- York, Ot t "5 It Is ruinorcJ
thai llarilin.in wilt retire from tho
presidency of the Southern paelllc- and
be succeeded h)' Slllbbs,
With the coming of Fall even In
this climate -fashion decreet the
changing uf men's suits from the ligh
ter colors to the darker.
We considered tho Autumn's com
ingperhaps you didn't and purchaa.
rd a handsome stock of dark suitings
of worsteds and cheviots In many dif
If you order your .fall suit from us
It will embody all the latest styles
.uupttu in jruur particular measure,
To regular customers we are known
as "TAILORS WHO FIT."
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
83 King 81, i
I'HOflC HLUi: 2711. P. O, Bom 080,,
TUpjp Pomn9ion OrlO Of
ne,r campaign Une UI
JOHN CATHCAKT AT KAKAAKO
ROASTS HIS OPPONENTS
REPUBLICAN SPEAKERS AT THE
RALLY HELD LAST NIGHT
"All the Democrats ran do Is to de
nounce," said JoTni W. Calbcnrt at the
Republican rally at Knkaako last
night. "Almost eery sentence they
loiumence with 'wo denounce.' Their
campaign Is one of slander and illllcu
Hon. 'iliey expect to win only by lies,
b) slander, by nilsrcpieseiitatloii. They
don't expect lo elect their whole ticket,
or the majority of their ticket. All they
expect to do la to slip III olio or two
of their candidates on account of the
allure of some disgruntled Republicans
to ote the straight ticket.
"The Democratic party has no record
to fall back upon.. 'I hey can't come be
lino you und say 'wu hae done, boiiici-
I thing.' All they can do is to denounce.
They denounce ever) thing and every
I "The Democrats nre MOlng to tho
' people that the Rcnubllcaiis are con
duct lug n rafiipalgn of free beer and
freu booze. That statement Is an Insult
to the Hawaiian people, to say that
their votes can be purchased by beer
mill Iwiflv.t llil, lli-it lln u.n.. nnll.i.l
' hard and fast today, so they can't get
I ii way from It.
"'I hey attack Ilia character of Slier-
. Ill llrown, but all they have been able
to II nd to charge lilm with Is thut ul
times he releases some utifoi tiinatu man
w ho has got drunk, ami does not brliiK
him up before the court fur trlul and
tuke nu-ay In flues tho money that be
longs lo his wife ami children. That Is
nil they have been uble to find as the
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j ' 'of loajers nd tl.a be
""""" 1S '"" "''''" ' that tie
polite force ought lo bu cut down. He
wants lo discharge tliwu men uud Uike
the biend out of the mouths of the Ha
waiian women nnd children.
"The Democratic campaign Is one of
abuse. It Is nothing but wind. They
lme done nothing for )ou. 1 nsk you
as otcrs to stand by the Republtcuu
party us the Republican party has stood
The rally of the Republltans at Ku
kanko last night was attended by a
good sized crowd of attentive listeners.
Iheie were no Interruptions of tho
Kl'eakers, Mid the meeting wus III every
IU til ti Itllllll ntlll lll-iliiplll Mn Ha I
I way ii quiet and orderly one. Mr. 1
preHiueii us cunirimin, liitroducliiK the
speakers in u witty manner thut never
lulled to ewike laughter from tho audi
once, a number of the candidates wcru
present and addressed the crowd.
John Hughes In his uddress said that
there urn many Important questions to
he solved ut the coming session of tho
U-gtslutiire, nnd the Republican pally
lb the only one that Is capable of solv
ing them Mircessfiilly, or of coming
uuywheru near doing so. Tho RepublU
can party, lie said, proposes to take up
tho land question and tho labor ques
tion nnd deal with thorn In tho true
question of taxation must ulso be dealt
with, because us taxes uru today, they
uio oppicsslvu und grinding to the poor
uud in liable even to those who mu not
"The only Issue- in this campaign,'
said Hughes, "Is whether you will fal
low I ho doctilues or the Democrats with
their free trade mid free silver, utid
bring this Territory Into u state or diy
rot und your families Into pauperism,
or whether you will enroll yourselves
ruder the Republican banner of pros
lerlly und success. Vote the straight
Republican ticket mid put the Demo
i rats on ho until the next elec-llou,
Custio began his uddress by stating
Hint for tho lirst time in his life he ap
pealed on the platform ns the follower
of u prime, Ihe prince of victory und
success. He is Prince Knlunlanuolo,
the man who for the last four )eun
has been Ihe leader of the Republican
parly uud of his own people. Castro
urged tho volors to encourage thut
prince in tho work lie Is doing for the
pepple by electing all tho candidates
on the Republican ticket ' Ily so doing
they would uervo their own best Inter
ests. The speaker compared the achieve
ments or the Republican und Demo,
emtio purlieu uud also of .the Homo
Rule party, us exemplllled by the leg
islatures of I no.', 'Oil mid 'or,. Tim Hoine
Jtulo Leglsliiluro of i'Jli:'. hu said, snent
Hi lotui or vz.uuj ami pussed only Ti
I bills und u few uppiopilutluus, most of
' which hud no value. In l!lli:i n llimnli.
I'""1 I-eglflature spent lUO.UOO less mid
,MSBU1, 83 Mm of Brcilt suUlB U) lu
iTeullory, This good woik wus con
tinued In lllO.i, when thn Republican
I.eglslutiiiu spent only 1(18,0(10 in the
passage of 103 bills.
W. T, Rawlins made a rattling good
speech, which moused gieut enthus
iasm among those pieseut. "The Dent
in ruts," ho suld, "muke many prom
Ires, hut )oii can't live on promises.
What have they done? Nothing, ab
solutely nothing. You know what the
Republic mis have duiiu for you, Is any
iiiiiihiiik mail going 10 glVU Up some-
iniiix unit no huh ror a mi or pinmiauj
lluil du mil miioiiut in iiuyihliig7
A number uf other speakers ndillessej
Din iiiidleiue, iiiuoug llimu being Heiuy
Vlda, t)iiljin, Kalen nnd Clnnllo Hui
Fine Jell Printing Ihi Uullilln,
ON (iillli FEDS.
Will Ask Them To Help
MOSSMiN WILL TAKE
DRUM k THEIR WORI
PROP08ES THAT THEY SHALL
WATCH AT POLLS TO SEE
Official recognition will at last be
Riven the Chic Federation by a real
party, even It it be a weak one, and Its
virtuous members can now play that
they arc really in politics.
The Democrats this morning decided
to call on the Civic Federation to assist
them In teeing thai a fair election is
carried on. The Idea originated with
Herbert C. Alossmun, better known In
his' friends as "Shanks," who Is the
chairman of the Democratic County
"I nm going to wrlto to tho Secre
tary uf Ihe Civic Federation," said
Mossman, "To ask the Feds to aiulxt
lis In seeing that the election Is carried
uut in u proper manner. The Republi
cans, Judging from the statements mad'
Ly W. O. Smith, .do not want them
around evidently. The Federation peo
ple hove, however, made the cry that
they nre interested In seeing that clean
politics are being done here, so we will
show them that we would be glad tu
Keo them doing their share of the
wntrhtiig nt the poll hit! booths at elec
K. M. Wutsoit, who last year ran for
County Attorney on the Democratic
ticket, siioke tignlust addressing tho
letter to the Civic Federutlou, recom-
I mending that u call be Issued to all
gotui citizens, whether they were mem
bers of the Civic Federation or not, but
Mossman maintained that since the
Feds had openly advertised themselves
as being out for the conducting of a
fair and square lampalgu. It was only
I roper that they should be taken at
their word mid called upon to do their
An attempt was made to Und tho
two most prominent leaders of the Fed
eration this forenoon, but I). U With
ingtou was out. uud Doremus Scudder'a
strenuous office hours do not begin be
toru 2 o'clock In the afternoon. Kd
Tow-ho, the secretary of the Federation
was found, but he would not say what
rctlou the Feds would be likely to tako
when called upon by the Democrats rs
(Continued from Page 1)
'I net. mended by.
1 No clerk.
I' J. K. Kuuhane . It
li J. K. Kuiinulu Reps.
A No clerk.
5 No clerk.
6 A. Ayiiu Heps.
7 Heniy lac-a Rep.i.
K Udwln K, Fernandez ..Reps-H. R.
t' II. N.Webb Dems
10 No clerk.
11 A, K. Akunt Dems,
12 Kugcmi Alu Heps.
Ill No clerk,
It will be seen from the above that
out of the seventeen appointments
made by Kuluuokalanl. leu were given
lo men recommended by the Republi
cans, live were given to Democratic
nominees, one to a Home Rulers, and
one to a man who was endorsed by
both Home Rulers ami Republicans.
The preponderuncu of Republicans con,
at least to some extent, be explained by
the fact that neither the Democrats
uod the Home Rulers sent In u full list
of names for each of the precincts, In
which clerks were wanted, while the
Th. BUSINESS MAN HANPY
OEX, published In th Saturday tull.
tl.-. and th Weekly Edition, glvaa a
concise ana comoleta rsaura of all la
gal notleea, calls for Undera, Juda.
inants. hulldlno narmlfta ..j mm .
tat transactions. Evening Bullttln,
lur Hr ranm. VTSSKly BUIlella.
SI par vr.
BECAUSE, thn n.t ,. -.j . ...
.for FIVE CENTS at they used to for
The last whiff Is at good aa th
WHY NOT TRY ONE.
ii ourns evenly, ,
W tell Hit ADELINA PATTI. 1
i Sole Honolulu Auinti,
JCOHNKH HOTBI. AND POHT U9,
-fc - HU (rW-aUtrth I