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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H . TUESDAY, OCT. 30, 190C.
plnudcd by the gang now attacking
Published Every Day Except Sunday, the ,,rcscnt shcrlft ami also trying to
.1 120 Wn Btwet Honolulu. ,wrMk , IlepnM,can party, Thnt ,.
"' the kind of machlno they would put In
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Territory of Hawaii, )
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Df thoUULIlHTINPtJlILlSHINOCOM' I
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morn, un oith deposea and sa)s:
That the following Is a truo and cor
rect statement uf circulation fur the
week ending Oil 2Cth, l!)ifl of the
Dally and Weekly Kdlttons of the
Evening llulletlu -
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Oct. 20 2648
Monday, Oct. 22 2419
Tuetday, Oct. 23 23C3
Wednesday, Oct. 24 2481
Thursday, Oct. 25 2394
Friday.) Oct. 26
Average dally circulation
Circulation of WeeklM3ulletln.
Tueiday, Oct. 23d, 1906 2488 I
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. . . 109G j
combined guarantied average
circulation 1010 1
BULLETIN PUULIHII1NG CO., LTD.
by C. Q. 110CKUS, I
T alnoau fttnn rrav i
' or tli United States and tell them thnt
Subscribed nnd sworn to btAmeilcnn government In Hnwoll Is an
fore inn this 27th day of error; It should be under colonial or
(SEAL) October, A. D. 190C. .iiininlsslon rule. They meet behind
P. II HURNETTE. closed doors ami sharpen their knives
Notary Public. First Judical Circuit. , tla, American rule In Hawaii.
OCT :io. itioii
Why not ask Ho an If It will rain In
t Nebraska on election da)
, Has the old mlnoilty gang ever
i' donu anything that has igune to os
, tabllsh progressive American content-
ment In this Territory?
Each clay the Advertiser demon
strated Its love for Delegate Kuhlo by
holding him up to ridicule. And It
pretends to have changed Its opinion
nt Curtis luukca!
Hrynn says the franchise Is all right.
That Is pleasant, but Is William Jen
nings Itoan an thing more than olio
American citizen? The Democrats aro
getting funny with their antics.
Didn't the Civic l-'edciuilon candi
date for Sheriff line his policemen up
and demand of them their political
prefeienees? Now what Is that ma
chine politics or Civic Federation vlr
'I lie Invention nnd contortion of Iho
morning paper on the Tient matter Is
on u pur with Its work In oilier lines.
Common honesty or common decency
litis no pluce In Its directing utithor
My, much less lis columns.
"Prove nil things and hold fast to
that which is true" Is thu Scriptural
Injunction given by the organ of the
political hoodlums und franchise pi
rules. Voters taking thu trouble to do
It will never cast u ballot as directed
by thu organ.
Ah election day approaches It U
more and more evident that the splto
campaigners aro doing their utmost to
nlso bilng about a chaotic racial di
vision in Hawaii that will give them
un opportunity to appear at Mohouk
-- or In Washington on another franchise-restricting
"Let the Homo Rulers carry thu Leg
Islnturc," says one business num. He
does not mean It any more than he Is
anxious for Cuba to be annexed. At
the same time It must lie coufonjul
ho correctly expresses tlio sentiment
of the gang still Itching to get n whack
it the Hawaiian franchise.
Davo Withlugton says that thu sal
ary of thu County Sheilff should bu
Ised. Tlicio )ou are again. Dldn t
Davo and his usMiclutus light thu
County law on account of Its Increas
ed expense of government? Now why
docs ho, vvhllct striving to wreck tlio
ilcpubllcun party on the nne hnud,
puss out n piopositlon to discredit
County government with tlio" other?
Often thuy say that Iliown Is doing
politics and coeiclng his men to work
for llxi Republican ticket.
Thin they say that Iliown la hulling
thu ticket and Ida men am to vote for
u fow Republicans and "to li 1 with
In other wolds, they aro riady on
every ncriuluu tu iluiuii Iliown if ho
lino and diiliin 111 in If Uu doesn't, ill
vvtiys tniilimtly iiitsreprKKiiiitliiif
lilin uml tliu liepiilillimi iwiiy
In iwi n liml liniteihcn huvu iliuy
tlmwii llrimn nullty of Ihu miuhiiiu
lettllllnul vteili umiINI by III" life
lug up of tlio policemen and requiring i
inch to answer ns to his politics,
That was the kind of politics np-
TUB OLD GANG AND
I Note how quickly the old enemies
ol Count v government the men nnd
the orguti who did their utmost to re-
I strict the franchise and eliminate the
,,,,,.,, ,ri ,aue Lart public uf.
,,,.,,. t() tlll. I)ro,)(it(m tint
., , . .. , ,
' '",,r S-'1C1I1! "ow- "9 'l lins "Iwny9
! been. Is to discredit the voting pupil-
lutlun of thlo Tcrrltoiy.
uv rnt Bcnlvncc their organ utter
Is tills "There Is one way for the
llawollans to make their franchise as
safe as If It wero embedded In
Constitution of the United States."
Here they are with the threat. Why
Is that franchise not now- as sare as It
It were embodied In thu Constitution i
of the United States? They come
right back with the old sentiment that 1
piomptcd the Inecsant attack tlinv
nave inniic on nil tilings American aim
all things legitimately Hawaiian In
Hawaii. Vu say Incessant attack.
There Is always a temporary let-up
when they nie begging for the votes
of the Hawaiian und the American,
They get down on their knees nnd
'crawl at election time. They fawn
'and lie They deliver themselves of
the highest type of hpocrlsy.
And when the battle) Is over they go
forth to the mainland and tell such ns
will listen thnt the Amorlcan people
made n mistake In granting a liberal
lianchlse to Hawaii and the Hawaii
ans They go to the public men of
the United States, the Congressmen
That's what they do, And every
full blooded American and every In
telligent Hawaiian-American knows It,
Curtis Iniikea knows It and If he lolel
the whole truth ho would hay so.
In not one single Instance have they
htood for broad, liberal Americanism
In the administration of public affairs.
M every step of liberal American
government they have nagged, the)
have lied, they huvo lesorted to every
little trick of misrepresentation nnd
lalse report which they could Invent
or of which they ever heard.
They claim n degree of civic right
eousness which Is ubnormal too good
lo ho true, especially to thoso
They claim that conditions In this
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
, STOCK kONS SOKIM,
. lu.,M.uT tMCUIUilAAUeT
Matlock Avenue $36.00
Young Street 26.25
Lunalilo Street 50.00
McCully Street 25.00
Emma Street 12 50
Beretanla Street 40.00
Aloha Lane 18.00
King Street 35 00
Nuuanu Street 50.00
Prospect Street 50.00
Merchant St. (offices) 15 00
Lots at Kabnukl for cash or In
exchange for sugar stocks,
Menr) Watorhouse Trust Go,. U.I.,
Corner Kgt ami Merchant SU
-i I1 iojlu3rteoin
Territory nro corrupt! they He alidjhelght of hypocrisy coining from the
they know It.
They claim that the Republican par-,
ty has been run by n corrupt machine; !
they He and they Know It.
They turn In their tracks with the
frequency of the weather-vane In n cy
clone The only stable doctrine they I
have Is to damn the voting population
of the Territory except when they
would like the votes In order to place
their tool In office'.
When their game Is exposed they
run in cover they cannot deny their
lecord or come back with n Uncut
that there Ik "one way for the llnnul-
laus to make their franchise safe".
Who ever threatened the franchise
of the Huwallans but this minority
gang which has fought every advance
of Ainctlean government In Hawaii?
Is there ail) one else in these IslnmU
who has ever come to thu fionl nnd
tried to bulldoze the voters of the Ter
rllory Into cutting Ibelr own tlnoais,
except this gang now nt work to wieck
the Republican party and thereby ere. I
tl'e.ato the chaotic conditions which will
enable them to uplift their voices In
that old outcry ugalnst the "nborlgl-
These wreckers of Republicanism
have In the past nnd do now represent
1 eaetlon as disastrous to elllclent
Ami'rltan government nnd a content-
id commonwealth here ns Czar Nlch
olas' rule Is iiiIiiouh to the advance of
civilization In Russia.
Every voter knows that thu suc
cess of the- straight Republican tlcko
has In every Instance spelled the
downfall of this crowd which has at
tacked the voting population at eveiy
opportunity and will do It again.
Every voter knows that the success
of the Republican party has been dis
astrous to the minority circle that
wants ;o colonlnllzc, comnitsslonlze
and centralize the government of this
No honest American, who believes
In liberal government, who has the
slightest eonlldence In government of.
by and for the people, will allow his
right of franchise to be sacrificed for
a single candidate of whom this outllt
For the gang approves no one with
out It lie for the purpose of breaking
down American government In Ha
BEER AND BUNCOMB.
Democrats are mighty short of am
munition when their advertising col
umns go back to tlio beer cry.
Their call Is beer nnd buncomb. If
them was ever buncomb mixed with
beer It Is thu elevation of thu beer-keg
as nn alleged Issue In this campaign
by the Democrats, who may or may
not have the price but declare thuy
never offer beer to the voter unless
1 be behind the door or over their
own burs for cash or on credit.
No Intelligent man Is Influenced by
this cry. It Is buncomb. It Is the
HOW TO BE
Look Into the future.
Be prepared for coming
events. A fire Insurance
policy will protect you
against loss of home and
belongings from fire,
We Issue policies.
938 FORT 8T.
Our Stocks of
are now In good shape for
the usual heavy Fall buy
ing, QUALITY AS WELL AS PRICE
Our Lines of
PILLOW CASES, 3PREADS
Woollen or Cotton,
CANNOT BE BEATENI
Stock up now, while the
Is all In your favor.
men It does,
One might believe to read the truck
which these nlleged purists offer for
the delectation of the people that It Is
not customary to serve beer at public
functions. Hut any person who has
lived here n month knows better.
One might believe, to hear the hypo
crltes ell, that none of the Demo
crntlc candidates ever cold A glass of
beer, but each stood before this torn
intimity as n rock-ribbed suppoiler of
I prohibition. Hut the Democratic can-
dldates know better and the public Is
The outcry ngalnst the bier that
may have been servid ut or after n
jpolltlcal rally In this Count) or In this
(Territory Is buncomb pure and simple
u,nd the people know- It.
If such were not .be case, (bo pro-
pie of the Tertltory would Indeed
huvo been scandalized when thu Pro
motion Committee rerved beer to the
guests from California when they first
arrived In Honolulu.
If such vveru not the case. Deacon
Trent would hnvu bioken Into the col
limns of thu public press to protest
against the free beer offered to these
guests when they weie entertained at
n luaii and hula.
If such were the case. Charlie Mc
Carthy woujd never tuke a drink on
St. Patricks Day nor Prank Harvey
cool his throat with foam nnd umber
fluid on Knmehamcha Day.
Certainly W. A. Kinney did not cut
nut beer und booze as was suited to
the taste of his guests when hu engi
neered one of thu Jollies! parties that
ver went to the Island of Kauai.
If the beer cry Is not buncomb,
then Curtis loukea has neviT taken n
Irlnk, D. I- Wltlilnglon scorns beer
ns the Devil does Holy water, L. A.
Thurston never quaffed a cocktail and
his hnck-wrllor-ln-chlef never pounded
he bunnuet tublc under the Inspira
tion of the liquid that spatklvs and
creates great Joy
If the beer cry Is not biiucomh, then
many a luaii held for the henellt of a
public charity Is n drunken orgy und
thu banquets given by the .Merchun'H
Association, thu Stock Kxihtinge. and
the hundred and one large and small
fccml-ptibllu functions held In this
town are the quintessence of saturiui
Take thoso paragons of public no
bility und personal beauty Kldd, Tin
rell, Kninger.'" McClanahan, luuken,
Thayer, Weed, nnd so on to the end
of the chapter!
When did thoso men ever Individ
ually or lollcctlvel) refuse a drluk?
,ud iuii Deueon Ticnt make an t:il-
davit that hu never took anything
stronger than water nor asked the
other fellow to "have another" during
all Iho )cars of his sweet young life?
And If he mado thu affidavit would
anyone believe It?
And yet theso men, exponents of
lederatlou aiid'confuslon, erratic and
exotic, pretend to bo scandalized be
cause a Republican candidate should
have suggested that some poor vote?
with dust In his throat should wash
It down wllh beer.
Kuugh! Kudgo!) Fraud!!!
Do these' bunco-steerers of the De
mocracy think thnt 'thu people who
huvu the votes don't know them?
Io thu llupitoodlcs und Hankies of
the morning paper who posu as pur
ists (lurch ti themselves with the
thought that they can fool the people
of this town with the statement that
they disapprove of beer because It la
wrong, when beer flowed llko water In
thu campaigns over which their own
l.nrrln Andrews presided and one of
thu first things Qeorgo It. Carter did
after winning a precinct primary fight I
In the Ninth Precinct was to order up I
tome beer for the boys? ,
There may be u few fools who will
waste their votes for a lew Democrats
mi election day. .
Hut there Is not one honest, hearty,
Intelligent man In this town who will
bo misled by thu puddle-brained criti
cism which these new-found prohibi
tionists of tlio Democracy havo hatch
ed up In lieu of something sensible)
end substantial with which to attack
the Republican party.
The beer campaign of the Democ
racy Is put e and simple buncomb with
a largo sized, ridiculous II.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IK
OEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
(1.1 and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comDlttn resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, judg
insnts, building permit and real ea
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin.
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" pr vsar
Evening Bulletin 75c " month.
Because WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LTD., received by the two last steam
ers 168 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
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child should have the Latest THE
TEDDY B and TEDDY O.
I ROOSEVELT DEAR BOOK,
Come early before they are all an(.
Wall, Nichols Go,,
Delegate to Congress
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. McCANDLESS
W. O. SMITH
Representatives fourth District
J. H. S. KALCO
L. A. C. LONQ '
E. W. QUINN
W. T. HAWLIN3
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUGHES
Representatives Fifth District
S, P. CORREA
A. S. KALEIOPU
It. N. KANIHONUI
II. W. LELEIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART '
F. T. P. WATERHOUSE
D. KALAUOKALANI. JR.
W. W. HARRIS '
County Supervisors I
S. C. DWIGHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HUSTACC, JR. I
S. W. LOCAN !
Walanae and Walalua
ANDREW COX '
Deputy Sheriffs i
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
4- Thn Advertiser Wednesday
4 morning eonlulned the following:
After a day or so the mti-
f chlno EtralghMickel people)
4- mado n violent kirk anil tlio
Bulletin folks went sadly to
tlio DcinoctutH and usked pcr-
4 mission to tutlla accounts und
f- diop the Democratic column
then and thetu. "Settle uu
loiinlu, nothing," said the
f Democrats. "II )Oii refuse to
publish our matter any long-
er )ou won't get u cent for
f what help you hnvo given us
so far." Adveitl3er.
The foregoing published by
tlie Advertiser Is an absolute
lie There Is not the slightest
f remblanee of truth In thu
statement In any particular.
If you can get Mr. Trent or
any other Democrat who hail
4- to do with thu leaking of space
t In the llulletln to eorioborate ,
)our stutsmentH In writing wo
will recall ours. Advertiser.
Jlr. Trent when spoken to about
t this matter, said that the asser- t
tlonn of the Advertiser are ubso- t
lately faloO. Owing to thu advice t
4 of f I lends hu hesitated lo enter -t
Into n controversy ns ho feared
f the Adveitlser was trying to lead
him Into a trap.
It Is now up to It. II. TrenL '
mi tttftt tt
Superintendent Unbbltl of the Udu
catloual Department Is looking for a
committee to decide nn the adoption of
u new Hawaiian Kcogrnphy. A geog
raphy has been written by C. K. Cope
land of Wnlluku und by Nurmul In
spector llaldwlti. Kach Is good but It
li' impossible to accept both und com-1
blno them in one
Tills mcuua that some one must de
cide. .Mr. Uabbltt at the meeting Mon
day nsked the Commissioners whom
lliey would suggest on the committee.
M. M. Scott of the High. School and J
I' Ui own weie suggested and then it
euuie tu tlio selection of a prlmur
(trade teacher who wuuld rcpresont the
practical tide of cveiy day work. No
deilnlto action was taken but Unbbltt
Is still looking for u committee lo do
this Impoitant work.
The rase of Ileldn and Alno, both
fenece niit.eil that Hie enien bet not net
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Ii.i iv-ai(HH lt nuiiiV .iiiiu, ua tiv nun
veiy busy In tho Circuit Conn.
Iccdoitlecriu thu t will, a J..,y
J 1. ..".e.tr.'U '.. .nt. !" "A" X
It a I.I...J... at ti 1 ,... ..I.
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to the (ioveiiiiiiciit was ulso a matter
It wus llually asretl
to uppolut Monday as a day on which
'ii tut thu nisi) lor trial,
II Is ullegeil thnt lleldu sohl Ills wife
to Ainu and thus iiiiispliod ugiilnsi thu
llnlli'd Unites laws Tim (twit should
i u i m 'tm i
TIlO W'ni Illy IMIIIllll Of lliu I.VI'llllIK
lliillclln kIvus k rnniii'ie siiimuiiry nl
Ihu limn uf Ihu iluv, Par IS I "'
T .i .. .' Ti . .77 1 : i lliu mates, nirivcn tins morning nnu
I In Ihu I cderul Court this morning a ml , , , , , N wlm f ut s B1 s,
the former enteied plea of gi Ity , , ,, ,,,, , llcr
J V cithin rt t ornor tho '. Peeled time. It being supposed that
J. , Lathiart as iitlornoy for tho de . . . ,, . ..
What is Renola?
The most delicious Ice cream that wae ever made. It hao a founda
tion of the richest, purest Jersey Cream, whipped to a Ihjhtncus that puts
a feather to shame. The recipe tor till? delicacy was evolved In the brain of
a famous New York chef and we hold the exclusive right to manufacture
ilt In this Territory. Until you have sampled RENOLA you cannot tell the
perfection reached In Ice cream making.
' We mould RENOLA in brlccs varying, In size from one to four quarts
,and In any desired flavor to orcbr. ' '
ONE QUART.... S .75
I TWO QUARTS Sl.ttK
rOUR QUARTS &2.10
Sneelat Rates on Laruer Quantities.
We mould RENOLA bricks varying In size from one up and deliver It
at your door for dinner. Orders by telephone piomptly attended to.
TELEPHONE MAIN 230.
OLD JAS. E.
(HANDMADE 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 17G0.
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTER8 AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES A LIQUORS.
I As a Gift i
I YOU MAY WANT TO MAKE A PRESENT Or A COOD fj
I UMBRELLA 5
GIFT UMBRELLAS must be handcomo as welt as of fine quality.
PURCHASE ONE OF US AND BE SURE YOU'LL HAVE THE
H. F. Wichman & Co., Ltd.!
l3 LEADING JEWELERS.
Have You Tried This Butter?
Creamery Table Butter
Im onu of tlio bust Grenmer-y hu torn
ever hcouiiht tu Honolulu.
Wliy not ulvu us n tried
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.,
TEL. MAIN 251
Machlno and Wheel, from 2 dollars up, for Hand,
Foot or Machine Power; for any kind of tools. Anyone using tools can
not afford to be without CARBORUNDUM WHEEL, as it will not draw
temper from any tool. Glvo It a trial.
GEO. E. LA MONT SOLE AGENT
ROOM 4, WAITY BLDG.
The tinnspoit Thomas, carrying thuibrliiBl tor tho Naval Station here, can
Slxh Infuntiy fiom tho Philippines to
liho could hnvo come In Inst'f "" ri-Hment, Ui enlisted insiials,
might, hut her lomnmnder preferred
i t.. it... .1....
HI UrilVU III llll! IIHIilllUK.
i Tho Thomas Is tho t.anspo.t which
caught Hu. at the dock at Manila, but
..u mmcau . i, m.,,.. me ,, r..r
t Int t experience. Alllioitgh It was
1 nt-'tesiiiary to llooel buvciiiI of thu com-
Prtii emu aim paruuiiy suoiuerge u.u
X!?y Wr.B,w. "'""!
tho lw)' Mi imni no I nun '" mo 'i
1 1' wiu nerf'ury n remuvo p-ui of the
in- Mi" en iei"i'iin'i iio -'ii m !'-
Milling sir Hu' Itiilispnrt iniil slin Kil
uwuy un sihcilMlu llui" The tiiiKi
limn Mmillii Man iii,muii Mini im
Oldest and Purest
eventful, flue weather prnvalllng dur
ing the entlio trip. There was no
tdt km hH aboard.
Tlio Thomas Is to remain here sev
eral days, Just how long 1h as Ci un
ceitnln. Her tlnm of sailing will de
pend upon when tlio coal which slu
ho discharged Thai will keep her tin
inrcp uuyg, ui inn MiuncF.i.
The passenger list of the Thotups
rompilsoa 120 cabin passengeiK, meet
1 ol (hem olllcrrs of tho Sixth Infantry
lend their fnmllles, 72" unlisted men
eniistcn men mil; lit hospital, k
nnllhtml ntnit i!lnr)in rirml nv.ujililliii u
-.. -. v.., viniiuii tn
nr..! civilian employees 21 enlisted
men of -he Navy ami Mmliic Corps.
. maui-i uuh-u and u Eccm pus
Thn nimiMrRi: MAum uiunu iu
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tin tnd the Weekly Edition, Jves a
roe.clie and complete returns of all !
(ja notices, calls for ttudsrt, Judy
IIIHIIIk. tklillltltlri naritlta nmi ratnl m
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