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EM5NIN0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. l-MUDAY, OCT. 26. 1006.
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EVENING BULLETIN'11100'8 ,DEA and
'ubllshed Every bay Except Sunday,
at ISO Kins Street. Honolulu,
T.IL, by the
1ULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R, FARRINOTON.. Editor
Entered at tho Poatolllce nt llono
lolulu as second class matter.
Payable In Advan:t.
Her month, anywncre lu U. H..t ,7!i
Perqiiartcr, an) where In U. S.. 2.00
Per year, any where V. 3 8.0)
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Weekly Bulletin. I
31nonths t .CO'
Per year, anywhere In U. S 1.00
Per year, postpaid. foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, ) i
Country of Oahu. ) I
C. a. IIOCKUS, Htntncss Manager
b: tho BULLETIN I'UIILISHINU COM'
PA.VY. LIMITED, being first duly
jTvorii, on otth depotes nud sa)s:
Tliat the following la n trtto and cor
rect statement of circulation for tha
ncek ending Oct 19th, 19 in. of thn
Dally nnd Weikl) Editions of tho
Evening llullrlln -
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Caturday, Oct. 13 2625
Monday, Oct. 1"i 2167
Tuesday, Oct. 16 2451
Wcdneiday, Oct. 17 2482
Thursday, Oct. 18 2381
Friday, Oct. 19 2489
Average dally circulation 2482
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1906 2186
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. . ..1091
fomblned guarantied average
circulation ... . . f)!)
HULLHTIN ITIJLIHHINd CO., LTD.
by C. C. HOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to bo
fore me this 20th day of
BEAM Oetober. A. I). 190.
l. H nUKNGTTB.
is'otnry Public, ltrst Judicial Clrcull.
OCT. 20. 11I0I!
Don"i allow the h-at of the cam
paign to (nur negleci of Ihe fnct
that Hawaii has a cause Hint Is Just,
"ngnlnst the Cuban nnncxnllnn gang
UP TO TRENT.
; R. H. Trent on n plain 'mailer of
common honesty hides behind Ihe ad
vertising columns of the Dcmociajlc
party in this paper, and has It said
that the contract fur the advertising
spaco In this paper "seems to bo the
bono of contention".
The Rullctln has tinted tho situa
tion very plainly. The Advcitlscr
publlFhcd a direct He. R. H. Tnnt
cald thnt It wns n lie. R. II. Trent
eald that lie would make u written
statement to that effect. R. II. Trent
Enid thnt he had written tho state
ment. Ho later said thnt ho Im-i de
cided on thu advice of frlendi not to
present tho written statement to the
Bulletin for publication, at tho samo
ilmo reiterating that what the Adver
tiser had published was an nbsoluto
i It Is Just n question of whether a
Imnn has sufficient manhood tu stand
'by his word. That Is nil there 1b lu
jit. Tho proposition Is up lo R. It.
'Trent and no ono else.
THEIR CAUSE WANING
; The chameleonic chances that comu
lover the morning paper and tho dnin
'tiling nttendanco at the Democratic
rallies Is evidence that tho cause of
the opposition to tho Republican
itralght ticket Is n steadily waning
'one, und therefore hysterical.
The stem-winding blow which V.
O. Smith hus given V. A. Kinney's
fcehemo to misrepresent the Republi
can meetings, and timely rcfcrcnco to
tho beer business of tho leading Dem
ocratic candidate end tho "grogger-
lea" whore their banners shlno has
swept the nowly framed platform ol
tne Democrats completely irom unuci
them and left the unhappy partisans In
I Now a turn Is made to another bun
combo cry, that a deep laid plot has
jlieen on foot to pi event a fair count.
This is mi a par with what has gone
.before In the campaign of misrepre
sentation. Tho Republican party has always
stood for a free ballot nnd n fair
'count. It has not changed. It Is at
least a matter of opinion whether a
man appointed inspector for a pie
,'clnct In which he lu a stranger la ns
well able to guarantee a freo ballot
(nnd a fair count as ono within the
rreclnct and acquainted.
Tho cntiso of tho opposition is
jcloarly on tho downward track when
itt becomes necessary to base Its
Jcauso on alud.it Its repudiated tho next
,('ny and n huo and cry over ballot
'counting which Is purely a misrepre
sentation of llio Republican nrgnr.l
.a; ion and workers
ANTI SALOON LEAGUE CANDIDATE
Members of the Anil Saloon Lcasu"
.'have mado themselves vory clear by
UrnMlng a resolution to tho ctfect that
thoy are npposoti lo the election o(
jA. M. Ilrown ns Hliorllf
t Is therefore nocosiury Id i-nu
(cludo thut thPn Kcntlvnien hellnvn
CunU Intlkva should h elected Slier
itt ut he County of Oahu.
JW'e lumt in doubt Hint Him mucin
pIihi lias hM'ii rwicliwl nfter (iiiilul
. It la to ho assumed thai Ihe members of the Anil Saloon League will
i nilnilt that therr nro other honest men In the city. A Rood majority of
tho others hellovo thnt tho mornl welfare of the County of Oahu will ho
best advanced by tho election of Sherlrf Hninii nnd nil the candidates of
i Ihe Btrnlght tlepubllcnu ticket,
Tho situation therefore Is lllumlnnted by the following quotation from
n Rtnlenient mndo by President Abraham Lincoln to n delegation of roll-
pious gentlemen who called to urgo moro speedy nctlon on the Emnnclp
: nt ton ptoclamnllon. Mr. Lincoln said:
"The subject presented In thin memorial In ono upon
which I have thought much for weeks past, nnd I may say
ccn for months. I nm nppionchcd with thu opposite
opinions nnd nilvlco, nnd thnt by rcllglona men who un
equally certain thnt they io. resent tho I)llnc Will. I
nm sure Mint either one or tho other elnss Is mistaken In
that belief, and' perhaps In some rospectu both. I hope It
will not be Irreverent for mo to say that If It Is probable
that Coil would reveal Ills will to others mi a point bo con
nee, ed with my duty, It might bu supposed II" would re
cal It directly to me; for unless I am moro deceit nl In
mself than I often nm It Is my earnest desire to know
the will of l'roldenco In this tnatlcr. And If 1 learn what
It Is I will do It' These nro no', however, the da of
miracles, nnd I suppose It will bo granted (hat 1 nm not
to expect a direct rotelnllon. I must study the plain
ph)slcnl fuels of the case, nsccrtnln "lint Ix possible nnd
learn what unpen r to be wise nnd right."
The members of the League basing their rnuso on n claim In superior
divination In n mornl enmpalgn call for thu defeat of tho Republican ran
dldate for Sheriff.
There nro equally honest and cnpnhlo men who belleo that oen If
Hmwii were nil the Leaguers claim ho Is, It would still ho an error lo over
brow tho Republican forces and Republican candidates ns will certain
'y result If these Leaguers are successful. There nte equnlly honest
men who tnke n diametrically opposite view from them of what Is wlso
and right In this Instance, nnd It is to he regretted thnt Ihe Leaguers, thn
majority of whom mean well, should be supporting n campaign which Is
primarily mote spiteful thnn mornl.
I'clihcrnllon by Hip gentlemen torn
posing the League. They are men
who claim they cannot divide spoils
with the DcUl or wink nt the fnlluro
of nny man to obey (lie law as well
We arc aware that It vnxn Ihe snnm
spirit ns that displayed by some of
those Antl-Snloon Leaguers that burn
ed witches In Salem, nnd did It with
a perfect fnilh In the Justice of tun
".use ngnltist thu witches.
These gentlemen must bo credited
with being well-meaning fellows who
think they arc right. We hesitate to
charge that they fully understand
where their campaign Is leading,
thai to satisfy their narrow and mi
just prejudice against one man they
r.re lending what Influence1 they hava
to the destruction of tho Republican
party, from which nnd from whoso
candidates they have always received
consideration and cooperation
Since they have elected this course,
however. It Is nothing moro than fair
that they should take tho situation
and the men as they are nnd not ns
they think they should be.
Since theso men hnvo selected latt
ken as thu exponent of temperance
law enforcement, wo suppose Ihcj
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
House and lot at Kallhl near
Kamchameha Ochoola $1,000
Investment property on Vineyard
Puunul Tract, adjoining Coun
try Club, two acre building
College llllla (choice lot) J 1, 000
I'uupueo Trd, Mjiio Valley,
Lots $900. anil up, according
H.iuy Watorhouse Trust Go,, Lt,1,,
Corner Fort anil Merchant 81s
hnvo gone Into the gcntlemnn's pub
lic cnicor ns carefully na they hao
Can the Anti-Saloon League Inform
the public whether lauken In his ca
pacity as a public hotel-keeper nl
ways obeyed Hie strict letter of the
Did the Anll-Snlnnn Leaguo candi
date while Ihe manager and part pro
prietor of the llnlelwa Hotol sell con
trary to Inw what Is known nx hard
liquor, when his license Issued by tha
government allowed only the snlo of
light wines nnd beer?
This question has naturally arisen
from Ihe attitude of thn League. If
the members condemn n man wluim
they charge with having failed to on
fro the law, they certainly could
no' endorse ono who has violated the
law, though never brought before the
If perfection Ik sought there Is no
It's easier than
We are offering
HOUSE AND LOT ON
MAKIKI ST $2150.
HOU8E AND LOT
YOUNG ST. $2600.
938 FORT ST.
We are ohowlng the prettiest and
best assorted lot of
THAT CAN BE FOUND ANYWHERE
IN THE CITY.
You will find all the old favorites
In their newest patterns as well as all
the novelties of the Season.
Look the assortment over now
while the net are complete and you
can obtain Edge, Insertion and Allover
of the same pattern,
HONOLULU'S LACE HOUSE,
reason why the "rcformcra" should I
not ho fully prepared to explain cv j
crythlng that may bo asked regarding i
Ihe record of their selected fnwirllca.
la It truo thn" "tiard" liquors were .
Mild wltn nts knowledge nnd consent
In tho hoslelry over which the Anll-I
Saloon League candidate presided? j
And If It be truo would member.! '
of tho Anti-Saloon Leaguo feel satis-,
fled within themselves that tho cam
paign for purity Is hcttcr promoted i
by one who has evaded n law than i
by one whom -they claim docs not I
propel ly enforce lawf
Tho Ilullctln expects honesty frctn ,
such men ns make up tho Anll-Sn-
They lose the respect of the co-n-munlly,
nnd must lu n measure be '
less certain of their nun self-respect
If they adopt tho policy that the end
Justlllcs the means, I
These gentlemen preach ngalnst
hypocrisy. The DiiUHIn would he
the last to charge that they knowing
ly pinctlso It.
At lift executive meeting held yes
terday In tho V. M. ('. A. rooma the
Anti-Saloon l.enguo by formal nc-ilon
dcclnred Itsell to be opposed to Drown
as SherllT nnd Vlda ns Deputy Sheriff
Ly the following resolution:
"Owing tn a public misinterpreta
tion of tho position tnken by the An
ll-Snloon League nt Its last meeting,
concerning reform In the police ad
ministration of thu County of Oahu,
wo hereby resolve that the Antl Sa
loon Leaguo plnco Itself plainly on
record ns opposed lu the election of
A. M. Drown as Sheriff and II. C. Vl
da ns Deputy Sheriff."
lleforo pnsslng this resolution, how
ever, the Leaguo went Into executive
session, asking reporters tn with
Rev. J. W. Wndmau presided over
the meeting, Hoy. O. II. Oullck open
ing with prayer. After tho approval
of the mlnulCH of the last meeting
various members, Including Rev. V.
D. Westcrvelt nnd Rev. R. W. Thwlng.
rpoko Informally, Ihe latter calling
the attention of tho meeting to the
Chinese snloon on Hotel street near
Hlvcr street, which he said was ob
viously ono of the worst In town,
Agent John Martin wns Instructed
to cnntlnuo the work nt the booth cf
registration nnd to try to secure n
majority of signers In each precinct
where possible. In hut Ihreo or four
precincts docs this mnjorlty now ex
ist. John Martin reported on the work
which he has been doing In the va
rious preclnctslle found several of
Ihoso applying for licenses trying to
sccuro them under change of locality.
Rev. E. H. Turner announced that
thirty replies had been received to
the circular letter sent out recently
by thn League to each candidate for
honors nt the coming election. It was
found thnt n few natives wero the
only ones who would unreservedly
commit themselves to tho pledge of
fered by tho League,
"Most of tho candidates who replied 1
seem Inclined (o dodge the most Im
portnnt points," said Mr, Turner.
The following communication la
the public was authorized:
To tho I'uhllc.
The Anti-Saloon Lenguu has been
taking note of the speeches mndo
fiom night to night at tho various
political rallies and Ihe behavior lu
Sheriff Ilrown and some of his back
ers boldly declare that he Is not to
btamo for tho ptscnt unhappy condi
tions regarding tho liquor evil, Thoy
nttempt to create tho Impression that
the police are powerless to improve
conditions under the present law, be
cause the law- permits all that Is go
We feel It due the cause of truth
to bear witness to tho contrnry. Tho
laws are far from satisfactory. Hut,
even an they arc, conditions would ho
much Improved If they wero enforced.
We happen In know that they nro not
enforced. Wo also happen to know
that tho police know they are unen
Hut, what makes tho matter very
much worse Is the fnct thnt Shell IT
Urown, In seeking ro-elcctlon, does
not promise to do any better. Rather,
In his speeches ns reported, ho
boasts that ho will not mend bin waya.
Ho declares that ho will pursue the
samo courso ho has been pursuing In
(he past. That means n continuation
of non-enforcement. Olvo him n bel
ter law and linn- much boiler would
It certainly behooves those Inter
CBicd In seeing conditions Improved
to vote for u chaugo In tho present
ThoBe ptcsent were Ilcv. J. W,
Wiidmnn, Hcv. O. II. Oullck, John
Martin, Itev. O. D, IMwnnln, J. A.
Itnth, Itov. A. Sonres, Hov. Vf . D.
Wcstervelt, Itov. . Mltamurn, Ituv.
I!. II. Turner. Ilcv. K. W. Thwlng,
L. A. Dickey, K. C. Atheiton.
The hlilhdny anniversary on No-
ember 3 of thn KnipcMor of Japan Is
tn ho celebrated In Honolulu by He
local Japanese Tho Jnpannso Ath
telle Club has combined with the
Japanrsn Primary School for n Held
day Tho sports will Inko place nil
I inn imyn i niu, uiiu iiiciu win uii
about lno ilKfureiit ovmits. Alii'inly
ninny cut lien hum been umiln, llicru
bed ii if mutly sIMy fliHil Dm Alblellc
Club iilimu. Thu wlilln pciipln of ii
linlillil Hiu Invlli'il u bu i uncut
i fit fl AM
M ft, 11 UC g 111 C
REW THIt HAW.
MRS. ANNIC E. SHEEHAN,
. Ton mint rMncmlier that fatting Jiilr
onnilrun srnf;lrnnf tlccav. or A d wsuftd rnn,
dltlnn of thn rrnlp, nml you mint not delay I
treatment. Tn do no tlmWr me.iin morn los of
hair, and n srritrr ImiHimWicd tctlp, and
Anally no Imlr. TliowUnthlnr; to dots to eor- I
rrct H In the rtirt. Dinilrrlnn works wonders
In nil Mich cafes. It rill quickly rcnenerat ths !
enfrcMM tlurs and mane your hnlr prow
moro n-.iui inn innn h CTcr was nvu stall
25c, 60o. nnd $1.00 per bottle.
BKOWLZUM tlA.MJllllINi; COChtoso.
For Sals and Guaranteed by Mollis-
ter DruQ Co,
saito mm i
in m mm
"What can joii say to coullrm the re
port that three .Inpauere war shins will
shortly visit the harbor nf lluuciiiiu?' i
was nskeil Consul Snlto's tepiescnlntlvn
at the Japanese consulate this after
r.oon. "I don't kuoK niothhiK nlioiit It," ie
ptled th.) cnninihir repicienlnllvc,
vaguely, "I bine heard n rumor, some,
thing I hellee wns published lu u .lap
tinesc paper tn that effect bill 1 do not
Know. If there wero ships they would
bo training iihlps 1 believe. The train
ing Is nil ner this year nud posslbly
for next I do not know I do nut bo
lleve the minor"
Asked what he could say regarding'
the report Hint Japnneso children had
been excluded from public- schools In
San Prnnclseo pnlrnulzcil by white chil
dren nnd thnt they would he compelled
to bo in u school by thcuiEeUcs. Ihe
consular representative became vague
nnd uncertain once mora nnd said he
knew- nothing, had heard Utile about
the matter, and could thcreforo nay
1 1VIII !o IN
ON MUM WE
Joe Kcrctl, president of the Itlter-
1,,,, '"""chall iluli nnd MJincllmo gcn-(
ernl factotum nt the Fashion saloon, Is
tu the lollic of Ihe law with u charge
of burglary In the II rut degree ngnlnst
his mine on thn police hooks, Ho was
nrrected yesterday on complaint of
Scully & Crimen, pinpiietiirs of thai
saloon, who charge him with haWng
entered the place ono night lifter It had
been closed up, wit Ii ntealliig the sum
c-f flo dollars, bcsldea Inylnn In a slock
of booze ugaliiht a rainy day.
Ktcrelt wns employed nl t lie Fashion
till oo n up to about n week ago, when
he was ili&ihaigcd on iiccoiint of some
trouble which ho had with tho pro
prietors. A few days heforo he left
tho key to the outside door had been
broken, und wns laid on toji of thu cash
register, tho Intention being to he nil It
j lo tho locksmith and have It repaired.
Everett, It nppenrn, took u wax Impies
Klon of the Key, und had a duplicate
made by n Chinese locksmith nnmed
Wong Knw Later, nfter ho was fired I
he waited until the saloon had been
closed for the night, when ho cnteied
It und helped himself to such free sll
cr mid drinkables as he could Hud.
After bin arrest he wns taken before
the Chinese lockkmith, who lilcntlllcdj
him positively ns the inuii for which he
had made the duplicate key All the
money except lln cents was found on
Ku'iett when ho was arrested.
511)1! Ill SAIL .Rl
IHE ill TOMORROW!
The tug Slncum in In nail from San
Francisco tomorrow for Honolulu tn
aid in lowing thn transpmt Sheridan
lo tho Co.ibt It Is posblblo, there
fore, that ho Sheridan tuny Icavo
'within tho next ten or twdvo dayn I
Tho Slocuin will probably take about
j eight dnys In makn thu voyage, down,
Work on Hi" Sheridan lias been i
1 progressing lapblly nn I she Is now
about icnily hi slnr for the Coast '
Sho Is null leaking come, but not to
nny great i-ilnt Tho lluforJ, which
Is lo old lu tho to Inc. is making pie
paiatlnno for thu vnjiign, ami is coal
ing liulay Her owing bridle, wan
put iiboaid several il.iyn nun, mid Mm
big limner Willi which shu Is to Im
,(1)11110(1 id with thu Hhoililnn wns,
himiKlil dim n by iii Hbci l.biii Hits
rff nULLBTIN AB, PAY tJC
f 1 I
Y I Jl I
IT Pepper Whiskey
(HAND-MADE 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
902-904 NUUANU STREET, PHONE MAIN 303.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES 4 LIQUORS.
1 As a Gift
YOU MAY WANT TO MAKE A PRESENT OF A GOOD
GIFT UMBRELLAS must be li.Woomc as well as of fine quality.
PURCHASE ONE OF UB AND DC 3URE YOU'LL HAVE THE
H. R. Wichman &Co.,Ltd.
j' : . Jj
Foot or Machine Power; for any kind
afford to be without CARBORUNDUM WHEEL, as it will not draw
temper from any tool. Give it a trial.
GEO. E. LA MONT SOLC AGENT
ROOM -I. WAITY DLDO.
In Fancy Boxes
If you like a pretty tint
In your correspondence
stationery you can get it
here this week.
FINE NEW LINE OF WHITIN'S
LINEN FINISH WRITING PAPERS
with envelopes to match
In fancy boxes,
ALL THE MOST POPULAR 8HADTS
AND MOST CORRECT SIZES.
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
May we have your attention
TO THE MANY ATTRACTIONS
The air Is always cool, the
bathing Is excellent, the golf
links and tennis courts arc
St. Clair Bidgood.
We can be found at all hours of the
day at our office and by Phona Main
179 and all hours of night by Phone
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.,
1120 FORT ST.
WHILE IT LASTS, GOOD
Guava Jelly, 4c a Lb.
FACTORY HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE 1411,
LUKE ROGERS Is back again from
Maui, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Puncdibowl and King Streets.
o FINE o
o AT e-
FINE LINE OF
DRY GOODS AN0 SHOES
WAN YING GHONG GO.
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Uj Ettitt, Loam, Collicllom,
Aon to Qrnt Msrrlaqi Llcmm,
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cf tools. Anyone using toots can-
We want your orders for reg
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tions, and we want to cell you
the finest toilet soaps and re
quisites to be obtained any
where. Benson, Smith
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BccautM WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
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Goods, both for old and young; XMAS
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child should havo the Latest THE
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Come early before they are all gone.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Markham'o "Man with the Hoe" Is
not as well known as 'The Man with
SEND YOUR ACCOUNTS TO
Past Due Agency,
122 KING OT. TEL, MAIN 371.
ON THE GROUND FLOOR.
! manufactured from pure rilitllled wa
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OAHU ICE AND tUCTHIC CO.,
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MIKIi WRIGHT ClliAR
Tho best imoko sold
this market. Tiy It
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