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EVKNINU ntlLLF.TIN. HONOLULU, T II . FRIDAY. OCT. 2fi. 100C.
FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
OCTOBER 26, 1906.
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS TONIGHT
Speakers Weed. Ingham. Bllvn.
Uliillil. Klnknhl, I'alau. McCarthy,
IfioRit, laukoa. .Inrrctl, Thayer.
Trent. Mrs. I'uahl, Aihfonl, and
Pauon, School. Fifth District Kalllil Camp.
Speaker Kamahu, Knhnleaahu,
Like, Mill, Aptiakchau, Rose, liar
vcy, Kern, Mooro, tlnndnll, Hop
kins, Kmmchith, ami others.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Oct. 20. 1906
NAME OF STOCK
( l!J W t 5
llllo Trlhmic of October 23
C Brewer A Oi . t,o i
Rwi PlAnlltlOA Co .....firo.aa t.
H4wllinArlcultut ICei I, mon 19
Maw Com Silt" Co.. t,)it,i s l
Hawaiian Sutar Co .. i t.otxv. t
Honomu Surar Crt . fsi,' l
Honnkaa SurA' Co ... ' tcn.'n . t
Haiku Siitur Co. yn,i ' ia
Khuku Plantation Co.. , ,00,0 i
Klhtl planlatlon Co LM ,jw,o, y
KlpniiltiSiirrCn ... tfo.ox '
oioa Mitar v.o i 100,001 io
McBryo JmMtCo ,
Gahtl Sdrir Co
Onotita sugar t,o., ,,, 1,044,00
Ookila 5r P'am to 1 ,v
i I 4
11; 1 1
I 5 I a
SHADES OF BLACKSTONEI
Ilakcr, the Itormlillcnni' candidate for County Treasurer on the Homo
Hulo ticket, tleclnretl In a meeting Hint Trent, tho Democratic candidate, wns
not competent to nil tho position hcrausu ho hadn't read enough lnw; and
Jhcn he went on ,tn say Hint when HI? became tho County Treasurer HK would
brush nway such cobwebs ns the garnishee law, etc.. and see to It that every
man working for tho county should get his full pay, without Interference fiom
creditor, etc. And now comes Knlelopu, ono of tho Republicans' straight can
didates for tho (.oglslnturc, and nttnehs tho Democrats, "especially Trer.',
for clnlmlnc Hint It wns the work of llin Dcmbcrnt Hint tho laborers were
getting 100 cents on 'the dollar". "Tho Republicans mado tho law to Hint I JJ1 '' 'f.w' s '',' 'Ij-'8'!"'.' T.' I'0.1'
....... I . , . .1 I ..tl -. . ....-. . - I. M I1I.IIUI.II., II I u. . T . , V. ..
. uiii, mil mi,iiii iii-cim in nil? nuiiinu n.iiiii'Mi, linn nut 111.7 i'v.-iuiiAfc-i
If wo mistake not, this sntnc Knlelopu has been In tho Legislature onco before.
We will ery much thank him now to quote us tho law to which ho rcfu's,
and to explain to us why, when tho County employees wcro getting 100 cents
on the dollnr, tho Tcnltorlnl wngo-oarncril wcro still having their wnrmrts
trtiaxctl? Come now, Kalelopu, ami speak up Ilka n man! tint If you find that
you Just simply can't tell the truth without incurring the displeasure of yoiu
political bosses, then wo supposo we'll hnvo to excuse you.
Qlaa Surtl Co Ltd ,
uiowaia l.o ....
Ptauhau Sugar Plant C
Pacific Surar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ...,
PrpMktn Siitar Co .....
Plnnr tr Mill Co .. .
Walatua Ajtltultutal Cc
Walluku Sugar Cn ....
Republican ennso Is gaining
ttrongth throughout the County. ICv
cry where the Interest of the people Is
manifested In the success of tho tick
et. At KalaVana Friday night two
leadlmr Home Rulers and a nromlnuut
Democrat addressed tho Republic an , wiiuku Sugar Co Sci
meeting urging tho people to oto '$"" c" !:?:.
ino sirnignt iicpuniicnn uckui. ,i i MiscELLArr.uu
Kntmlm Hnnilnv nrtnrnoim nL nil In. i I ter-Ular.1 Staam N C
r. ' -i ".i -i ti t...t...J Hawaiian ttcjrlc to
minim meviiiiK, nvtvjui aiifiuv imivin
and Democrats publicly expressed
themselves in llko mnnnor.
Tho pnrty of Rcptiblitnn speakers,
consisting of Dolcgnlu Kulilo, .Messrs,
in l'ii t-i
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A MENACE TO THE PEACE OF THE COMMUNITY
Tho stylo of enmpnlgn "oratory" that Is being Indulged In by Charley
Chllllugworth, a Republican candidate for n scat In tho Leglslnture. Is n posi
tive menace to tho peace of the community. Kvltlcntly designed to fan Into
n flame the lurking distrust and hntred of the haolo that exists In greater or
less degree In so ninny Hawaiian breasts, and with no higher purposo than to
compass tho del cat of reputable candidates whoso only crime Is that of having
n while kin, the wonder Is Hint the Kane members of the Republican cam
paign forces do not assert their manhood and call n halt. Color-Line Charley
Is apparently ashamed of his white forbcarH (but for what reason wo can't
Imagine) and he never misses an opportunity to advertise tho fact. The elec
tion of such n man to n seat In our house of lawmakers would bo littlo l'ss
than n public calamity.
A PROSPECTIVE CONVERT
Senator McCnmlless Is rapidly drifting Inward tho ranks of Democracy.
Ho Is really n Democrat at heart, but lias not yet fully realized It, though ho
Is giving "Vldcucc that the awakening Is nigh at hand. The Ilulletln quotes
!.::.-! nr, saying that he Is In favor of populating theso Islands with settlers and.
Ik opposed to one-man ownership of largo estates llko Lanal. Now wo don't
nsk any better endorsement of our party platform thnt what is hero given bv
tho Henatnr. If Mr. McCandless Is put to tho necessity of protesting to tho
I'rcsldent ngalnst II10 un-Amcrlcnn policy of tho local Public I-ands Derail
ment he will find many Democrats who will Join him. Link, you aro getting
too broad for your party. Side-step It and get Into tho party whoso principles
arc more congenial to your political thought.
HonHTA L Co Pill
Hon R T ft L Cn Com
Mutial Tal.ohnna Co .
niriu H & L Co .......
HUo Pallroal Cn
Hon. H. AM Co
HTm re rirCI
ll.nv Irrr 14 Pi'
..t.t.n. .t I T Kfnt.nl,. tin.-., lin.l n HrfllllflinE t"J .
most successful trip nround tho ll- jJ" Trt'ts p'c .
nnd. Tho party Wns met eerywhcro , haw Terr1! Hp c...
...,..- 1 . .. .1.... n I Hw G4V 4 n c . ...
wiin inrge ii(i Hiiuiiiii" Hiiiiiciirn, L.aI . cu- Pfi.to.
....n. Iul.. . ...... ... . .! I .... ...I I... .1...
fcll'Itl IIIIUII'OI WHS lllllUllVVtVll II) 111.7 ( n p.c .. . ...
people In tho success of tho ticket HalVu Surar Co pc
nnd the Indications aro Tor a lurgely I til; sSJ-tc "5 p 2 ?.t'.
Increased Republican volo In Kan nnd Hiiok R Co Con r c
tho Konas Meetings were held In ga,2.Tt g.jj
I'nbala, runnluii, llllca, Nnnleliu, oi,ukai L,Co6pc -
Waloblnu nnd lluuunpo In Knit, nml loahusugarcoope
. Itt.4. '"
In Hookenn, Napoopoo, Kallua, llolua
loa and Kenlnkekun in iMinn,
Messrs. Kamailoha, who Joined the
pnrty In South Konn. Wise nnd Nn
hale left tho main body of the party,
which was to lemnln severnl days In
Kona, and proceeded to Kolialn,
where they spoke; and Nuhnlo being
forced In leavo to moot engagements
In Tuna nnd Knu, Messrs. liolstein,
Wlso and Kamnuulin flulslied up their
work In Kohala,
Tho main body of tho party wero
nt Honolpu nud Kohala t-'ildny, and
at Walmea SiUuidny, nnd reported
Irom thcro n splendid rcroptlon by
Friday noon Messrs. .1, K. Nnbnln
Chas. Akau, O. I'. Affonso, J. II. K.
Kalwl and O. I. Kntunuohn left fur
l'uiin, ppenklng nt Kulnpatm l-'rldny
nlcht. nt J'alion Saturday noon, nnd
Joined by Mr. Wise, nt Ohm Saturdny
The pnrty returned to llllo Snlur-
Mala Plant Cn ........
Pionacr Mltl Co A p c
Waialua Aarli-Cn.T p
McPridt S. Co. 111-
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
If anyone anywhere WANTS It, a
Bulletin Want Ad. will tell Itl
The (Robe sells t cheaper,
Your grocer sells I'ol llrcnlifnst Food
White steam autos Stockyds rmtile.
French hand mado underwear al
Whitney & Mnrsh's.
Apple Illossom salmon and LliUnn's
'ens nt C. J. Day & Co.
The Ito.ird of Supervisor will hold 1
u tegiil.ir meeting tunlglit nt T..10.
A motion In ret the case of .1 V. I!
Iikir vs A. S. Humphreys wns tiled In
the Circuit Court this morning.
in Hie rase of K. II. I. Wntcrlioutc j
s. Ifrtiry Vlerrn 8r., n petition for
(onnmi'itlon of sale wns grunted. 1
In the suit of A. V. T. Iloltomley s
V. A. Hull, tho defendant tins Died till!
nf exceptions to. the decision and lli
The contents of one oil tnnk on the
Hc.tincr Lunging, whlcli iloiitl the le
ttulii'd Hash leu, was allowed tu land
esterday nftcrnoon. Tho lemnlmler1
til the tnrgo Is still In embargo.
" Absolute Comfort "
E Ladies9 "Prince Albert" Comfort" Shoe 2
jjl Soft Flexible Sole, Para Rubber Heel, Elastic Sides. 5
5- Easy Wcarinf , Easily Fitted. Easily Removed j
In the eaie of William Henry . A - Tl 7TT . ,r CU C.. .ps "
M. Il.own for flow on n note, whl.li S IVlClnCrnV OilOC OlOrC 'J& ZZ
i ame up ll.ls morning beforo -ludRo I)e .j, ,,,-,,.,.,.. JJ
Holt, the I Inlnllrr was given Jiidmnt nt ta- rUK . O 1 Ktn. 1 ,
1... .t..r.iti ' '
iuuuiiuiaiuiui m maiuuuuiauur
Snlei rietween llotrds- "o l.na.
.r,.75i 12 llnw. Ag Co. $i:."; L'dO Ono
hum. i39. Sesslnu: 10 Waliltia, ?is.
Latest sugar quotation, 1 cents, or
580. a ton.
,THE CIVIC FEDERATION ENOOR8EMENTS , ,. - .
Whllo the Dcniocrnts who were endorsed by tho Civic Federation did not
seek such endorsement, yet It Is but plain truth lo say lhat they aro pleased
to have placed upon them tho stamp of approval of an organization that un
questionably stands for tho best type of civic life; and the only regret Is that
(he Federation strangely withheld Its endorsement from other candidates cn
tho ticket whoso records ecrlnlnly entltlo them to tho favorahlo consideration
of all lovers of clean government. It Is plain to people who aro acquainted
with tho "play anil nil Hie actors" that the Feds, erred In somo of their con
clusions; but Hie millennium hns not conic yet, and It Is human to err. Let
us all do the very best we can, and go ahead.
THE LIQUOR QUESTION
Tho Issue of the present campaign, so far as the liquor traffic Ih con
cerned, Is not ns to whether tho saloon shall stay or go, but as to whether
tho low dlvo shall stay or go. Consciiuently thcro Is nothing Inconsistent In
the endorsement by tho Civic Federation or, for that matter, by the Antl
Saloon League of candidates who may ho engaged In tho saloon buslncs.1
solely on the ground Hint they nio saloon-men, so long as they arc known ns
citizens of Integrity; men who In the conduct of their own establishments
have exhibited that sense of decency and respect for law and order that places
them on an equality with others who may bo engaged In commercial pursuits
of a different character.
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS, 3s, 10 1-2(1
ThiBlen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change, 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
. j FOR HOME USE W
Jr TRY 'NV
It makes a delightful treat
for evening callers. .
'Ileforc Judge De Holt this morning
the final iiivounts were approved and
the cxeciitoM dlxchnrgcil In the mut
ters of the etlntes of Ana I'aln. Hannah
Willi and Frank llrown.
The book business of the Win. C"
Lyon Co., Ltd., Is bring continued In
the usual conscientious manner. The
liislnllment nud special order depart
ments are the principal features, as
formerly. Old Irlends nnd pnlrnns
nnd I lie general public are cordially
Invited to call.
Tim stockholders of the Onhu Sugar
Co. Ltd., will meet nt the llnckfeld
lulldlug this afternoon for the pur
pose of considering the matter of
t hanging the pir Mileo of the Mori:
fton $100 lei $20 a share, by Issuing
IKO.Oimi shares In place of the picsciit
Itsuo of .tfi.roi) shares.
The Republicans held a succohful
nnd well attended meeting nt Wnlnnne
List night, at which It wns amply drill
unstinted that Inukea's boast, that he
bad W'tihinac in his pocket, wns an Idle
one. Among those who spoke were A.
M. llrown, C. F. Chllllngwarth, John
('. I.-ipe, A, S. Knlelopu, Joo Knlatui
nnd llernnrd Kelckollo, who Is fnmoiM
ns the "Hoy Orator." Tho candidates
leturncil to town by this morning's
an excellent fuel,
There is economy
in it for either purpose;
Have you noticed bright
lights in the store windows?
They are gas burners.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
THE REPUBLICAN NATURALISTS ,
Alex, Robertson has made quite an exhaustive Btudy of natural hlaiory
and occasionally favors Iho public with a glimpse of his erudition on thit
subject, nut Watorhnuso Is a close second, his specialty being Ichthyology.
Wo would suggest that theso gentlemen get together nftcr tho present elec
tion Is over and during their leisure tlmo compile tho results of their reseiich
to bo Issued In tho form of bulletins for tho benefit of students of this most
Interesting subject. We would suggest that they bv copiously Illustrated
inoro especially the Ilobertson contributions.
THE BULLETIN CALLS IT HOG-WASH
The Udttor of the Ilulletln, In conversation with ono of our staff tho
other day, referred to our editorial matter as "hog-wash". You aro nearly
but not qulto right, Uio. Fnrrlngton. Whilst wo claim its chief cfllcacy Is
to wash out the "hog pen", we cannot guarantee that its cleansing propertied
will apply to the "hogs". At any rate, wo aro not enthusiastic In that tllrec-Ion.
kM.' ;.j jiisargy
I jlwHIHii jJZH.?MMczJirmvr.?i
A v.'alch lhat v.-on'i l;ccp correct li;:ic is worse
than r.o uatcli at all. To (he busy .rati of to-day a
rrli.-.blf ti'iiepircx Is most crrcntia!.
Out watches, atu perfect timslcct-pcrs.
M. R. Counter, Fort St.
"FIERCE BLAZE AT GAS WORKS"
When this heading llrst greeted our eyes In tho Advertiser tho thought
flashed across our mind that tbero had been trouble at the Republican Heart
quartern. Howuver, on leading the body of Iho article wo were at onco un
deceived; so wo take this opportunity of expressing our sympathy to tho real
THINGS COMING OUR WAY
Did It over utriko ou that the deflection has been chiefly away from
Republicanism and towurds Democracy? And this with the Republicans In
tho ascendency In both Tcrrltoilnl anil County governments. Looks very
niiicli as though good citizens wanted a change, doesn't It?
day evening, where Messrs. Nahale,
Alfonso nni' Wlso addressed a public
meeting nt the flhhmarkoi.
The main body of Republican spca
Ucrs will arrlv" In llllo from their
tour a runnel the Island on Tuesdny
night. Tuesday noon they speak at
Honomu, nnd Tuesdny night nt l',i.
palknii school house, where they will
be Joined by speakers from llllo, anil
wheiu they plan to hnvo n torchlight
Wednesday morning they leave for
Tuna, where they will spenlt nt I'n
boa at noon nnd nt Knlapanu In tho
evening, Thursday they go to Oplhl
kao, where they speak In tho mom
lug. They hnvo a meeting nt Kapoho
at noon, uud a' Olaa in Hie afternoon,
arriving home Wednesday evening.
Wednesday night a grnnd Republican
The barkentlnn Newsboy, Cnplaln
IN terpen, arrived from dray's Harbor)
nt s.nn this morning with a cargo of
nbouf "oo.oiui feet of lumber. Sbo
reports having bail n ery pleasant
oyage of 21 days. Severnl vessels
were sighted, lint none closo enough
to be spoken. Captain Petersen has
with til im his wife and two little girls.
It has been about six months slnen
the Newsboy was hern last. She sail-1
ed from Honolulu on Mny 1, and slnco
leaving hero has mndo ono voyage to i
Mexico Although she has no estnb-1
llsheil run, the Newsboy usually
mnkes on" myngc from Iho Sound to
Honolulu nnd tho next from tho I
Sound to Mexico. She will return to 1
the Sound after discharging her car-1
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DRPOT FOR BOSS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
Fresh for Hallow'cn
X if H k. tf M V X X V ) K W (.
French Mixed; Floral Series; As
sorted, Golf Girls, American Beauties,
l Bon Boni, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
College Girls, Assorted Nuts, Nuga
tines, Mirshmaltows, Caramels, Gum-
Lewis & Company,
tally will he held at tho Armory with
addresses (mm the principal speak
crs, Tho band will play, there will
bo n torchlight Illumination with sky
lockelH, and a big time.
COWBOY 11 IN IKi
BY NATIVE WAHUMAN
KiMliili tho iiiiin who shot ti cow
boy last Wcdiifbd.iy In the neighbor
hood of ll.ii lier'H I'oint Is still being
j held by Hie police pending develop
1 incuts lu the rase The man who win;
shot is at the hoipltnl It Is Mated thnt
a - '
If your appetite has gone
back on you call at the Cri
terion and get a dose of
The best known tHniuMiit
and tonic for the stomach.
cor. BETHEL A HOTEL Sts.
his wound la not icrloiis.
Kirliiill is tho wiittiiman of Home
land loeinl miles maknl of ISw-j, The
cowboy, who Is a native, wanted to
trespass on tho land, and the two hnd
nn argument oer his right to do to.
The watchman, who Is a little fellow , dr0D ,. cream Droos.
lu sire, warned Iho big cowboy Hint lie!
would shoot If the latter pjrsUtcd. The'
owboy wns apparently curious or li.- S0LE A0EriTS FOR
-... ..!....., .. l.n .11.1 iinntlvl ..till Ih..'
1 llllllll'lin. IWI 11V Mil, ".I-I.H "11" .-
tesult Hut the got a bullet In tho lleshy
part of tho leg.
On account of tho fact that nothing i
had been done to icllovo uio mini, net LIMITED.
was In Intl shape when Deputy Shciift
Fernandez, who hud been notlflcd of the ,gJ king STREET. 'PHONE
ocelli mice, went out to tho phuo of the i ' -
shooting, l.onsiucranio iiiuicuny wjj I & vWWWtrrVlrVtrViWMWMWrVMWlWMVWWlMMWVMWWVWWMmMWWMMWU,
exner enced u getting tho wounded
man to the stutliin to bring him to Ho-1
Chatlle rvnluic wai arrested yetlcr- i
d.i) on the chargu of embezzlement, It
being stilted that bo hud mndo away j
with a lewilvcr Hint did not belong Itii
him Tho iiiso was nolh prossed In
lourt Hii3 morning. It being decided i
that if any netloii wero brought. Ill
hlioilil bo a chll one. It nppcus Hint '
Knhalc bought the revolver and hud I
not paid for It entirely .
F Aicrlnoi wus glicii thirty rtnyr
by Judge Whitney for too free Inilulg
Ulie In the oil of Joy.
A 8PRAT TO CATCH A MACKEREL
Indigent lluwalluns can get Deo trontiuon' at Noar's legal illspctihaiy
lu tho ovettt of his being elected County Attorney. (Hawaiian papem plearo
A damaged lepit'allmi Is lll.n a condemned boiler, In that It has In ho
overhauled nud then &tuud Inspection beforo being aiiopted as sulo,
There s ill least nnn Molnkan wild U u sueiem as a cnlohlinr,
Ti'.um llrct Hun's Alt Bin Johnm llaibontiltol
I'llvitlu lillliimii tin muni iluincn nf IiuIhk fullliiH,! ihiin Miblli'.
A sim pimi ilwhulliHt lu'fiiin nival iioIH"llli
Well, I say, If you aro feeling blue, you certainly don't look itl Of
courso that Is, If your clothca are ma de by in. We make garments that
h.ive QTYLC and QRACE and gNo to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DIOTINC
T ION, We make to your Individual m c.uuro for the same price you would
have to pay for ready to wears, and we (jlv satisfaction,
BAVC MIDDm.MAM'0 PROriTOI
Our Blue Sortie Built at 2i, have no equal in town, TIILY ARL
GEO, A MARTIN
Winter Is Coming
So Buy Now and Rd the full benefit
ON SALIi AT
LvW. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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