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KVKNINU BULLETIN, HONOLDLO. T H . MONDAY. OCT. 29, 1006
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HONOLULU STOCK EXGHAN6E
HONOLULU, Oct. 29, 1906
NAME O ' STOC
TOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
OCTOBER 29, 1900.
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS TONIGHT
rourth District Kumalae Mock. Filth District Corner School and
Ktikaako. i.niha Streets.
Speakers Mr. McClanahan an.l Speakers Mr. McClanahan ami
o her candidates, other candidates.
WILL SOMEBODY PLEASE ROUSE BROTHER SMITH 7
Oh, Smith Smith, Smith,
How Is this?
Urown and Hear handing out beer again at a Republican meeting held
lit Knlllil quarry!
How the mighty has fallen!
The Kcpuhllcun niaOilne was repentant for a couple of nights, hut It
Kieinii tlipy have lapsed Into the beer habit again.
What xhall we do nliout It, Smith?
l(ow ran jou mid we Democrnts stop It?
llefon-, yno played n lone band for three weeks against the booze propo
sition, mill Dually out of the Hepiibllran buneli got one convert!
And jou hud hardly reformed your crowd and got them on the mourn
ei 3 bench when they break out again
This time with n 20 gallon keg of beer!
No. Smith; as our Blde-partncr, bcllclng with us In "Round doctrine"
anxious for the welfare of the "many children" who Attend these meetings:
(barged with Beelng that the "dlnrcpulabte and vile" get no viler or more
dhreptitnhle In our hands, w bat can you do to strap )our friends dear and
llrown don u again? ,
We concede, as usual, that you "did not see any brer," or know anything
And for that very reason we are putting you wise
Hoping for a glorious rebuke on jour part of the llrown and dear com
bine before sundown.
Now, llrolber Smith, put our shoulder to the wheel and get "the gnu"
on tin- dry-dock again
And thru agulu, Smith:
We hne not heard rrom you yet on the crusade for otes now belli?
nude by llrown on the plea that hu will not enforce the law or only so
mudi of It us suits his soerclgn pleasure.
You know. Ill-other Smith, as well as wo do, that night after night, on
mid off the platform, the Republican party are making votes among the weak
with laer and this "speak-easy" plen of not enforcing the law.
And laukca Is losing votes In the tenderloin by standing out ugalurt
any such contention
llrown Ir. making votes for YOU and him by telling the people he will
not enforce the law.
We have bad our ear to the ground for some time to hoar )our volco
on llil Important Issue.
We are walling anxiously for the "glnd hand'' from you, and to know that
jou me with us.
Wlllott K, ftrnv'a allpnr rlrr libit Tnr
Oct 11 says of the raw sugar mar- c e? xf '''
klf . SI1RAW
HAWS,- The nrs. week of AmeHum I K-Xtit, i I .1
intervention jn unnu nus men lnun.i-n iubmi''. mim
by a general sunen.lcr of arms bv Ihu , (J;PSV.; c.''. ' Z
Insurgents and lelurii In thilr hune-i Him,Kj Su,' Co iUuo
A r..w l.nii.lu ut 111 l.nl.l mil mi. r-me i J":" 7W". -- !"' "'
' - I KnUMJ nniJI'll-l --.
come nnxlcly. The situation Is still a ' Kn' Punuucn .u U!
Utile uncertain, owing In tl xillahle xhwuVulJl
nature of the e cmciits to contend Willi .jMHryj .! un
1 P.atm Sil.lf Lo
and It will he morn, satisfactory when rnun-. Suee Co
It Is known that the Insurgents are
ically working again on the planta
tions. The question of labor for retur
Ing the crop Is still the most Imp'ir
tnnt one to consider nt this time In
forming an estimate of the sugar pro
iliictlon, the condition of the cum- gen
erally being all that could be desired , Wiirr'n .sii-urMi.
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Piiuhaii Sugar Pia-ilCi 1 iwiiw
KaCirr :u.r nun .... .
P.I PUn-i'lon Cu ... ty.---PePfW
Sutir Co .. MO,
l'lnnl Mill C'i t.i ice
Wjt1uAcrlfullirl Ct.1 , joiwu
I Wil llui -ugM .'o .
WAIIukU -Mlfir I.O 7l' 1 ivgg
Uokti. ilr'flM Ct
Wa mk M,ll(. t
I Mr-Ilinl Stalin NG
Hiw.lHn blcctrlc Co
Hon HI .VLUI'll..,
Hon KTM. Co (.uu
MuTill Ttnunt Co
O.hu HtLG .-
Ilcn H, A At Co. ...
'..T.r, rf llCI
liin itrr i 4 p i
The week shows no (hange In ipio
lallons for prompt delivery, but as
usual nt beginning of crop somi; I'uha
planters uro willing to sell their llr.U
products for Ueceniber-Jnniiary ship
ment nt 2 7-lfie. c. and f or 2c. for
Kill lbs. below the parity of beet suiiiirt
for the same months' deliveries, thus
repeating the conditions of lu,l season I imui,.mik 19.15
by relliKiulshlng 20c. of the 34c. for p,' ',' ,
100 lbs. gl(li Cuba by leclproclly, I Hiw Tml ihp ... -
lluyers nt this reduction do not seem c "iiT7s.'ft IhlLo.
ready yet to do business, and 110 new li'r
crop sngarn have yet been placed. . iu.col'asujcojp.
No old crop Culms uro 011 offer ,,"t " r'i? Go'Con'tVt"
n few riemeraras of the croo now be- u.,.uti1 ri.E."
Ing harvested huve been sold to New J Cjim H''gt
York redners at about the parity of 1 OihuSugirCotpc T
the current quotations of 40c.. duly ift,b,".K'on...'....
paid, for UliiKgree lesi, uiiii lauaiiu
has taken one or two cargoes at l-.".2c
above that parity,
The American beet sugar crop cam
paign Is now In full operation with tin
Ptonf Mill I's&if
McllrtJt S Oj 'ii-
I )O.M .
local and general yjmmmwwmwrofmmwmftwwK
;sE Children s Pumps
'I'lio INuweMt utMj Siivni'tuNt Hiiticlny
Diiiteinu " l-irty Sllppui -spcelully
ot'Llurud iih muuuunIuiI liy iVlrM. CKinti
us tliu lutuMt (tiiU proper duncltivc
Prices, $2, $2.50, $33
JJ7 Mtitunt KJU find White CanvtiH.
Now on Bxhtliltlon
5t Mclnerny Shoe Store
M Co.. 27:
DID YOU SCE THE PUZZLE PICTURE?
'I ho lliilletlu published u splendid "puzzle picture" on the front page
of lis edition of last Saturday, but In tlio hurry of getting ready for press lb.'
Imposcr omitted thu foot-line, "Kind the ltepuhllcans". The picture rejiru
heutshe Democrats as riding to victory over rather a rocky load, which
has been littered with empty beer barrels by the routed Republicans, who
have sought shelter In out of thu way places. The puzzlo Is, to llud the It"
publicans. A careful senrch discovers W. O, Smith perched on top of the
llngstaff carried by the doughty Democratic leader, where he has flown !'
lafety. Kuhto has taken to the tallest cocoanut tree, while peering from the
thick foliage of the other can bo seen the startled eyes of Slier I If llroun.
Just tinder the suspended flguro labeled "Thurston", Henry Vlda lies flat
of his hack, "all struggling oer". Tho let er "8" Just behind the large pll
of rocks and under the Democratic wagon, stands for "Several", who, hiding
behind the bowlders they have tinavalllngly heaped In the way of tho on
i omlng car of victory, arc tremblingly awaiting tho end. In our next pic
t in we will show the end of the game but, to make It tho moru Interesting
we'll loiitlnuo the use of the puzzle lorm.
usually satisfactory lesults as reganls .?IIC,,1',,,', ''"'
sugar content, large acrcnge and good '- ' -
Hoards- .'u Hun. It. .v.
DO Mdlode. y,M; f.il
St'Hhloii Gil Olau. -
The far west are taking n large part
of their supplies of sugar fiom this
source for remainder of year.
The Louisiana lauo crop Is unsatis
factory and ipille limited In quantity
so that few If any sugars from Ibis
crop will be marketed north this sea
According lo our mall advices from
the I'hlllpplue Islands the new Hollo
sugar crop promises lo yield 25,000
tons more than the last crop.
European market.i havo tluctiiated
much less than before, the extreme
of the week being 9s. S3-4il. mid 'Js
Latest sugar quotation, 3.95 cents,
or )79 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.95 cents
LONDON BEETS, 3s, II 14(1
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BIlOKERS.
Members Hon, Stock and Bond Ex
change, 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
V FOR HOME USE w
V TRY , .
If anyone anywhere WANTS It, a .
Bulletin Want Ad. will sen hi m
Make up a party for Wnllele
Aiiiu lui nil at ler auuitp.
Your grocer nellg I'ol Ilreakfasl rood
lint .up of luttce le ttiu city. .ew
Kieji J our ejo on the Starlile--al t
vvhvr lomethlng doing "
Joe C.iben.1, charged with udiiller g"
Is on trial before Jnd,e Dole '
tjueiii street Skating Itlnk will op. n , t
Salunhiy evening, Novembir '! Ham)
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
Uhir. Jl. $1.50 uud 12 per week. 1243 Z
I'ort street. i
The bark tlernrd C. Tobey sailed on ;
U-lflltiliilr fll lliit-t Tilll lltlAtlil It. lilt
llcononij li inou truly symbiillzcd b;
having viuir hat cleaned lit the Cxpi-rl
Don't forget MlhS ljcke's leilui on
"Vi nice" nt the Normal school nt V 2d
o'doik Ibis evening. '
The Veutmu tailed from Sun l-'fili
ulsco l S o'clock Satinday ivcinug
falie sho.ild at rive I'rlduy mernliig
Wulklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Ilergln. Accommodations, supplies
and nllwidaino absolutely first class
Finest bulbing on thu beach.
A bill of cxd-pllous to the dcdMoii tw
XZ;; '.las; iiiUUiiUiUiiiiUi Ui UiUlMiiUiUU.UR
h-en tiled ' -....-..
(let lendy for the big nle at llh.'n's ( " "
beginning next Thursday morning
mm lie lor iiiiliinilKement In Ibis paper
A new coaling madilue with whl :i
ll Is i laimid a voiM-l (an be inaled 'I'. J
feel from n ( oilier has In en brnuglit
f I inn Knglaiid
The Inventories In the bankruptcy
ease of S, Nukamuru were llled In the
I'lilted Stales Court today The assets
me llgured nt JKM.TU uud the liabili
ties at $:i54S.b7.
'I he deposition of .l.imen S. Dunham
t ikeu In Oakland. C'al., by order ol
Judge De Holt. In the mailer of the en
tutu of (' II lllshop, ilueased, hap
ltuceptloii iluy nboiird the llrlllth
iileainer Autea will lie TiieHibiy, lion
.30, . in. The oltlrom of the Aotiv
ure well worth becomlui; u(iiialnli'
wllb, mid can be depended upon In du
the honors right.
A written dedslou was handed down
by the Snprinii) Court this uioriilug In
the aKki'iinii'iit rase OKaiust the Itapid
Tianult Cumpany. The oral decision
was givdi on (); tolier IT.
'I he lllluulan nailed Saturday uls.ht
lor Sail l'r.uu ihcii via llllo She v 111
he dry-docked at Sail l-'nuuliicii for u
generul overhauling, mid will then K
on to the Hound She took one pit-1 1.-
ger lor I'ortlaud Mlm May till lx-rl. tiinl
llarrv i:ilon sailed for llllo.
The bind of l.ngnsn tennis plaver-d
which ilu- Muul News nunoiiiiies, ure' "S1
CHOICE CAMPAIGN LITERATURE
The Ilullelln devoted one-hall Its editorial page on Saturday to an ItliH
I rated mtlclo on "Honest Men and Women Who Endorse Pe-ru-na". Among
the handsome faces portrayed appears that of Hawaii's Delegate to Con
grfss, "Prince Jonah Knlanlannolu". It was awfully unkind of our neighbors
to the lelt lo save this choice bon mot fur the evo of McClauahan's appear
unci1 lu advocacy of the election of another than the Priuco to represent us
tit Washington, uud then to spring It on us unexpectedly and without warn
ing, if we'd been given half u chance, we'd have "boozed" our own candldil'j
up on I'c-iuua, and have sent his picture to Dr. llartman, along with n ileal
little testimonial. Just for the advertising to bo got out of it. Hut we fear
It's too late now. lint If the Promotion Committee is wise, it will get thu
Prince to "Chew Deemnn'H Pepsin Gum," take "Carter's Little Liver Pills."
and endorse "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup." in order to familiarize tho
sl(k and suffering ol all lauds, through free advertisements, with Iuh name
nud fume of our I'uradlso of tho Pacific.
JIMMY MORGAN HAS A HARD JOB
Not being able to find a taker for their straight ticket lu the open ins"
Uct, the Hepiibllcun bosses have sent It around to Morgan's auction looms,
hoping that Morgan and his good man Steven may bo able lo do something
with It for them, And Morgan is nothing if not a hustler. Klrst he prepared
a paper und passed It around among the business men, asking them to sub
scribe for shuies In the "straight ticket". Hut tho business men didn't fall
over each other to get the shares, and that plan had to bu abandoned. Then
the foxy Jimmy decided to cull another one of his "Informal business inen'a
meetings", und W. O, Smith was engaged to npprnr and vouch for the
Mimlity of thu goods. Hut, unfortunately fur the utile lo offered, the business
men know u thing or two themselves, and they refund the bait. And now
Mr, Morgan has decided to offer the ntiulght ticket as a whole at auction
on Nov ember 0th, and If theie nru no lilddeiH (and he expects unuu) he'll
illn'jo.,e of tint hunch lu parcels.
AT MIDDAY AS AT MIDNIGHT
dam Johnson's "beer express" was kept busy Satuiduy hauling ths
umber fluid to the thirsty workers In thu government quarries. At tho Alc.wa
ipiauy, lu Niiuanu Valley, thu hospitable Sam himself attended the spigot,
and the horny-handed hewers of stone and breaker. of rock received their
Ihiist-klller fiom Hit? very hands ur.ler whoso thumbs thu "County Fathom"
i,u obediently leposo. And thus, unremittingly. uy ,lay "' " ululit. la the
"Miiiiid (locli lue" of "beer und bouzu" being diligently prupaguled, lu order
In hi'iuiu tho retention In power of the twin bosses, whose morlguged minions
on the Itepublliun tliket seem very willing to bo lluatcd Into olUcu on a
rbdiig lido of drunkenness, debauchery and flagrant lawlessness.
WL ARE PATIENTLY WAITINO
We huvn not only failed to hear Irom W. O HnilHi ubuut gelling voles
fiom the teiideilolll hciail.o lliuwn lull bu nlld on not lo eufouu llui Uw,
but Hani Joluibou, the limn of Iho Sixth of tlio l-'ntirlh, Is silent ul.o ubuut
inliml.lng Hi" pilmmlim iiml IiooiIhIiiIiIiik Ibo colld tllliens lulu bvlluvlug
Hum Iliu iiiier llilHK- Wl'h JullllsiHI und Hmilll l'"lt lleill, It looks serious,
Who i Ml prj llieiii mil nl lliclr Mleim Wt'll, mult isIuipI llml vvn mu
likely in In hi it lilusi riimi iliem iiiiiuiiiiiw, su wu will iiwmus mirnelvtn In
I.IUIIL(I fill llllllllll'l do)
It makes a delightful treat
for evening callers. c
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A watch that won't keep correct time; U worse
than ho watch at all. To the; busy tratt of to-ctay a
reliahls timcjilcce it r.:ost c-.sotitial.
Our watches arc t:rfi:ct timcktiiicrs.
M. R. Counter, Fort St.
Two Features I
Gas is an excellent fuel,
and a bright illumi
nant. 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.
expected lo arrive nt I'liuuene fiom
Honolulu ioiisIMh of mi uggregatlou of
l'.iellle Tenuis Club plnvcrs whom .1
I'. Cooke has tried to tmteinblu for n
Maul trl;i. They may go over on the
same steamer ni the Miitous. who ure
to assist In the dedication of the Kahil
lul .Masonic hall.
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE D;POT FOR BOGS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
lul.. closing at thu laUer price for
prompt dellveiy with futures ipiolcd
at 9s. 3 1-L'd, for Ortouer-Dct e.nber
and lis. 1-2(1. for .May delivery.
lolllded with ltiinld Transit street car
17 and .Mrs. Clark wis thiown out of
her seat, tlu.nuli not out of the (ill'
I The top of thu car tell down and struck
her on the head, lull cling U bid cut,
' about two Indies long und deal to thu
Lone ll r arm was sprnlneii..amu sue
ls now i untitled lu her bed. No one
dse was Injured lluth the sticet tur
uivd the niolor (.ir were more or let.
I The accident ociurred at the lut
i.nilnti nf Wilder iivenuu uud Maklkl
All uutomoblle acclilenl which in- hlri,,,t ,H d, ciuiit who was driving
bulled in serious injury lu Mrs Clurk, his own machine uppioached the track
aged 72. thu mother of Or I' K Clailt ho saw mr 17 approaching, hut did
and which might easily huve become i nut see that it was followed by car !a.
tragi dy, occurred nliout I :io yesterday After Hie Hist car bad passed, hu fatal l
ufternoon The uulocur of Ur. Clark id to cross llui track, when he uw the
NOTICE TO MARINERS
Columbia Itlver Light Vessel Sta
tion, page 'JS No. !H -Stationed off the
rntr.uue to the Columbia Hlver, nbout
7 7-S miles BSW 3-S V. from Cape III
uppolutment l.lght-lliiiisH, Wnshliig
tou. Light Vessel No SO was rcphced on
lie r station October tl, and Light Vessel
No. 07, temporarily murkliig the sta
tion, was then withdrawn,
OHKtlON AND WASHINGTON.
Columbia lth er. pages ."G, G'.i, fit mid
C2. The following buoys were replnied
October a. y,,.
Channel West Side Diitiy; S. u llrst
daB can, ' ' -Ti
.Mount Corfln Channel lluoyj 2, a second-class
Coitouwood IbIuiuI Shoal, I, a 111 ft
.Martin Island llur buoys, 2 and 4
cadi a llrct-dabs spar,
lleedcr Crossing lluoys, 2, 4, and 1
each ii flrt-ilass spar.
Juan de I'm a strait, CrcHient Hay
buoy, 2, a llrht-class nun, lepurled
lull 1ft, October Ti, will bu replaied ii"
Minn as prudleublu
Kagle lluibor, Tyee Shoal buoy, u
lis, secoud-dass call, reportid lidlltt
October 2, will lie-icplmed as souu as
lly order of the Light-House llo.it tl
V J. WI.IM.ICII,
Commander, lr S N., Llght-lloiiEe In
binoiid tur (omlng. He evidently be
i auie lultled for he slopped the unto
i.ii Die track It wus struik by the
feuilei of I In) btieet (Ul uud shuved
uloug the tiuck fur iuiuu dl.lunie, hut
luckll) wus nut overturned The es
cape from muiu serious Injury waa u
lui lunate one .Mis, Clark was at
tended by l)r He! belt
Fresh for Hallow'en
In French Mixed; Floral Series; As
sarted, Golf Girls, American Beauties,
Bon Bons, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
College Girls, Assorted Nuts, Nuns
tlnei, Marshmsllows, Caramels, Gum
drops, Ice Cream Drops.
SOLE AGENT8 FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
189 KINO STREET.
If your appetite has gone
back on you call at the Cri
terion and uct a dose of
The be.t known stimulant
and tonic for the stomach.
cor. BETHEL & HOTEL Sts.
Well, I say, If you are feeling blue, you certainly don't look Itl Of
course that Is, If your clothes are made by us. We make garments that
have STYLC and GRACC and give to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DISTINC
TION, We make to your Individual m easure for the same price you would
have to nay for ready to wears, anil we give satisfaction,
SAVE MIDDLE-MAN'S PROFIT3I
Our Blue Serge Suits at $25 have no equal in town; THEY ARK
QEO. A MARTIN
Winter Is Coming
So Buy Now and get the full benefit
ON SALE AT
Et W. Jordan & Co., Ltd. j