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EVKNINtl BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H Tt'n3DAV, OCT CO. 190C.
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Oct. 30. 190tt
NAME OF STUCK Mil ,51 Bid Utl.J
TOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARC RCSPONCIBLC
VOL. I. OCTODCR 30, 190C. NO. 14,
SOME INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE
The following torresponilentu bus lo ilii with one of tho IKc Issues of tho
rnmpulgn, uinl wo feel sure will irove Interesting to all readerg of The
HONOLULU, T. 11., Sept. 28, 190C.
HON. WILLIAM JT.NNINilS I1IIYAN,
My Dear Mr. Ilrj an: Unexpectedly I have been choien camlldntv of the
Democratic party for Delegate, to Congress from llnwull, and I have on tnv
hands a hard right to heat the present Incumbent, J. K. Kalantanaole, Pin
ning on n rcnomlna.lon hy the Hepuhllcan party. I am the first white man
that either party has heretofore had the temerity to run for this ofTlco.
When the form of the Organic Act for this Territory was being conMl
ered In commlttcu some years ago. It Is currently reported that certnlu of
tho residents of Honolulu then In Washington advocated nn English cduca
Interview With Governor
For Man Who Talks Of
C 8ntr Oil iim.4,
tw Plantation Co . , f,Mouu
HawtUn Arrlcultui ICo !
tfiw Lorn At but r Ci tl(n
rftwullip Sugar to tuuotj
Hunoniu uef - t$e
Honnkai SujtV C.Q . I t goo j I
Ha'kii Sumr ( o - v
Kihuku Plantitlon Co ; nr
fcirttl ninii(ii.n .w biu i yo t
! Klphu!u Surer Cn
joint a-urr -o .........
Gh i Surtr Co , ,-.(
Onnmr Surr Cu . 1
Urtki Iiir" f im Ui '
niaa Eufi Co Iw
Paauhan Surar PiimO
pacinr ur' mm ....
Pl Plintailon Co ...
PtptkoSiiMf Co .
An Injudicious election IiihjjiUoi in
gulug to have an unpleasant liulf lmur
t 111 ofternuon. He iiuh in view u nu
niue with (Imernur C.irUr ami piuii
nbly with Ills Kxrcllonry not hi Hip
moat nlciRutit in I ml when lilt Ultur Is
,..... ......! PionMf Mill
YcMtcnlny nftcri.ooii lit llic inicting wiii.ku uBf Co ,, 1
of tin election InapeUors nt his olihu,. Watiuku Smrar Co Set , i JW
Kovemor Culler took particular pain tfJ'SJJVini &?..( m?,
to nsk tlmt tliey bo vry careful ubout iCELLAhtOU$ '
the way in which they hnndl.d their JVKi'tiSiS'cfi0 1 SS.
tlutles to prevent any stories of i rooked umu Tft UCol'tj...
work helng spread uround. When Gov. Hun T& Leo Com i""
crnor Carter nrrUed nt the exccmUc o.HfcUc. .!
t.nll.llticr fhlu nmrttltitr tin ffinml n tti.tll Hia Mi Irtitd Co
.. I.l.... ..!.! t.n tt.l.t M,.. lwi( ..a IUn. tl. & M CO. ..
tlonnl iiualincatlon which, If ndopted, would greatly have abridged the right of tho 11Hrctor mj ri,.i0 remarks in u.T.r!nf H- CI
or frauchlso to tho Hawaiian people. As jou know tho Committees as well ,, mlucm last night about how he would JJJ ,'" ',? c
as Congress were wiser than tlalr advisors and declined to so restrict the I do this and do that when the counting ...,!!tm".j p'c JL
,,.,. 1. 1.. !f tho otcs took nlncu und that hlt.jlin Trrin ir .
frniit Ihc. 1 Irlcnds would not suffer hy his appoint-'""J'y'J1 '
ino iiawnimns, However, liavo iiBcr forgotten tho circumstance, ami ,,,,,. cat tit. Sui. Mil c
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my defeat In thu present campaign, If defeated I am, will bo duo In tnrgo
iik uHitici to the ungrounded fear Inculcated In the minds of tho Hawaiian
An explanation was, of loursi1, In
order und u mcsngo was tent to the
l.v llx, Itinl.lPiir ri.rnrrn.1 In llml n hnnl,. Iwliltn nisnt If Kent In ('nncrea "ispeciur ll iiirsciuil wmi c.. i.
',,,. , , , ' , ', " " ,' " . , . ,. , that ho call at tho Oo
wimiiii no iHHiiiiiiieniui 111 neciiriug Ull Ulliuuillliuiii. in 1110 uikuiuu ti l which
In Its application would disfranchise many of their rncu.
We all know that such an attempt on tho part of any ono would meet
with Hiiro nml swift defeat by a united Congress. If this Issue Is to bo mndo
against mo, an expression of jour views an tho matter, endorsed on this let
ter, and rt turned to me wl(h your permission to itso the same, would bu
gieatly nppioclatul, und would In my opinion allay tho distrust referred to.
K. 1). McCLANAHAN.
MR. DRYAN REPLIES BY CABLE
Letter received. No danger
llmttatluu of suffrage.
W, J. DIIYAN.
c'urlng the day and cxiitaln mutters.
The situation Is nn intorcatlng one
In ono way outside of Hi" general
thaBc. If tlovcrnor Carter should Unci
that the Inspected had mndo every
ptomlso to do crooked work at election
time he would lie unable to do nn thing
In the way of removing him without
calling a special session of the Senate
Tho appointments nro mado for terms
of four years and no removal can tin
inndn without the consent of the Itppcr
local and general raiiWHmmmijmfltimmwmmmttK
Two or three simple statements of JJ
fact-In a Bulletin Want Ad may m
change and enlarge the whole outlook
The NewuHt titiil SinurtuHt Sunday
Uunultiv; i-iiy Sllppoi Mpucliiliy
ordered mm muctuunU'iI ly Mrx. Uttni-i
tliu lutuMt and propur dcmuin;
B Prices, $2, $2.50, $33
l-iitunt Kid und White Ciiiiviim.
Now on EZxIitnitlon
11111 iu,ri g .-
b d.faui; 1 5 t Mclnerny ohoe otore zi
L'n..A.,.)!, ? FORT STRRP.T -2
: . : ?iauiu;uiuiiauu m uiiuuiuiuiuiui
H.lkii Sur To PC
Mw Cum k but C 1 ih
H.wSuKr Co ope ,,
Hllo K K Co Con r c.
Hon H T L Co 6 p c.
Khv.ku Plinl Co C p c
CXIuHfc LCotpC -Oihu
btlgit Co6pc M
Ola. Sucr C'Jbpc...
?iontr Mill Co6o c
W.lalu. fil Co 3 i, , .
mctiryJt a. eit ti l ..... ' ,j
Sales Uetw con Hoards 10 O It, .
L. Co. W; 2S Haw Sug Co, tVi. BO
Hon. D. & M. Co, 5T, 2W DIjii, J.I;
ioo i:wn. t2r. no; ."im Him it t &
L. Gh. jio7.r,o; cr, o it a i, Co, o;
10 O It. & I, Co.. J'JO Sessluir li
Kvvii, J J." 25,
Latest sugar quotation, 3 95 cents,
or $79. per ton
The prejudice against a white man as Hawaii's Delegate to Congress will
ho kept alive for political purposes, and will continue) among a certain class
until a whlto man Is elected and has served n term as Hawaii's representa
tive. When by tho election of a whlto man the class of llawallans referred
to have had actual proof of Iho groundlessness of their four of disfranchise,
ment, then and not till then will this false terror and pernicious political
doctrine ho eliminated from tho politics of the Territory.
If for no other reason than tho accomplishment of this purpose, tho volo
of every Intelligent citizen, Irrespective of party altlllatlon, should bo cu
for i:. 11. McClanahau, tho Democratic candidate for Delegate to Congress.
HAVING EYES HE SEE8 NOT
Apropos of tho nppaient Inability of W. O. Smith to see whut transpires
nt the itepuhllcau "machine" orgies which ho attends, wo Introduce tiro fol
lowing Blory that Is told of tho lato Congressman Amos J. Cummlngs:
"When ho was managing editor of a local nowspaper an unwritten law
or tho ollleo provided that If a member of tho staff appeared In tho olllco n
bit worse for wear Instant dismissal should bo his punishment. Among ths
membeis of tho staff wns one man for whom Cummlngs had a high regard
because of his brilliant work. This man was a total abstainer oxcept for
two or threo days In tho year, when he mado an earnest effort to destroy his
record for good behavior. And on ono of these evil da)S ho wandered Into
thn'ofllco when Cummlngs was "making up" tho last edition, always a nerve-
iiliuiulng period for all concerned. Sovcral members of tho staff tried to
teach tho erring brother before ho attracted tho attention of tho maiiaRlnc
..ninr uii.i n thev thoucht. had not seen tho delinquent enter. Hut before
they could do so, Cummlngs called one of tho men over to him
pcred: 'Tnla- him out before I see him'."
Superintendent llabbltt has not given
tip the Idea of Hawaii being represent
ed In tho schnlnishlps of tho fee 1 1
Ilhodcs Trust. He read tho following
letter nt Mondn'H meeting of the Hoard
of Public Instruction und said that he
would keep on working till ho got n
ilcllnltn reply one way or tho other'
London. S. W.. 3rd Oitnuer, 1900.
Dear Sir1 Dr. Junicxon bus lent me
SUGAR, 3.90 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8sr 9d
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and
912 FORT ST. TCL. MAIN
jr FOR HOME USE X,.
It mak:s a delightful treat
for evening callers. ..
-li1 "!.' vwcraczmirjiM
The Qtube telU 't rheiipnr
Make up a pultv for allele
Autos for Ml at Ter. at.iLlirs .
uiir grocer rills I'ol llrakfaht Pood y
Dislrnhlc looms at 80! H Kliigsttui J
nie for rent. y
Apple Ulossom salmon und Upton s ' p
'iiis nt ('. J. Duy U Co Jw
A inllltaiy hop at the Si.hIiIc tonight J
III honor or tho Sixth Infuntrv ' ZZ
A )uiini; man Is wnntcil to learn the
gto-ery business' See ml on i.ige S gT
The Huherlaiis will give i Ilallowe en n
clitui" tomorrow evening at 1'rogr. '
Ki'iiie.ulrar ninny dilieis nt the Sea
ride tlili wick. Sixth mrantry uiic
The case of tho I'nlted States vs
Demi Lancaster, churged with udultel)
was lontlnuid till .Monday bj Judge
(let ready for the big riiio a llli.m's
beginning next 'Ihursday morning
Willi he for nnnouucenient In tliU paper i p-
The decision and Judgment
In the caso of Wllll.tm Henry
litown wan cot aside by Judgo Du Holt , m
D'-puty Attorney (lenerul Mllvert
lenvfri rur Knllu.i tlili iiftprncHili li
lor the Tnrltory In tho settlement of . . i imi.
Kiniti boundary iase
'I he ihurMi "t-'lltist A C.irvatho. tie ,.-vVVVWWUWVVVVAA.VVWVVlVtAkAIAIyvvVVVVWV
.lleged murderer of .Magnus Palgtwiitu n
las been stricken from tho I'olUo Coiiit i p t "T"
liglster. his uimi hnvlng been lulu-n up I r. sr-AUkfo
lu the high, r.ourts J I WO P CoX Ul 6S
1.1. ........... ....,..,.. .uv.. . ,..v
tug Intrepid, is expected to arrive from I
.San I'rauclsio lit Hllo tomonow cr
Thi'rsdjy with coal. She bus 2",U0 tons I
fur Honolulu and 1T.0O tons for Hllo
The trial of Y. Man Young chnrgeu I
with nssault with Intent to commit I
murder, was still before .ludgo Llmlsay
this morning, but no sensitlonnl teull-1
ninny dev eloped Clioj Uk Chay was
en tho stand nearly nil tho morning.
A. N. Wnlton nml T .1 Money, or the
Klctmloit Inspection service have an
I (inured that they will an he ut Houo
lulu on tho Alamecl.i November :l. The
Inler-lHl mil Company has been mill
lied to h.ive Its vessels ready for In
upictlon on that day
None of the Inlei-ltliud fleanieis
uie to mil on ttulr ngulir tuns on
I'h'itlou iln lliu.se thai iisuull) leave
en Tui"il.i postponing their sailings
until the d.i) mllowlug. Tho steamers
arretted lite the Kin ill, Likillke, No
in nml .Maul The Mond.i) boats wll'
ge out in usual.
Thu nil kteiunei l.nnslug Miilihid ills
i hulking her Hugo jestur.ij. thu Inst
of Hie oil having satlslled tho tlutli
list reiiuilemeiits, and she siilltd foi
I '(.I I Harforil last night On the wa
out of tho hat bur she uIiihmI tan
agio ind on the ivef just outside Item on
buoy No She was brought back In
to the i hnnnel, however, by the reveis.il
or her engines, ami proceeded on liei
waj to thn C'o.iit.
.MI-is Sue .M .Mctt. sMr or Ma)oi
.Mutt of Oiklnml, who has been a gunV
lit thu Itti ill Hawaiian Hotel for the
past month, left today on tho Sierra
for her home lu Oikliiinl She vvus ue
loliil.iulcil bj .Miss i: M Tonlo, u .Mlllu
College girl, who cuinu down fioui Hall
I'r.iuclsio with her. Hoth young wo
men huvo seiit it most delightful tllii'i
hue and have bi cu pleasantly enter
liilueil li) mail) friends
"LEST WE FORGET, LEST WE FORGET "
The following quotation Is from W. O. Smith's spcoch at Aula l'ark:
"Whatuver the danger, whatever the necessity for great effort, wo have thiiB
fnr prospered at tho hands of the llepubllcan party and llopubllcan Admlnl
trillion." Has Mr. Smith forgotten the McKlnlcy Tariff of 181W (before nnncx
atlon), n gnnulnu Republican product, which p)accd sugar on the frco list,
mid authorized a bounty of 2 centB a pound to bo paid on all sugars raised
lu tho United States? Was this "prosperity at thu hands of tho llepubllcan
patty"? Or what effect was thu Reciprocity Treaty under these conditions?
a rain It nm not tho Republican administration of "protection" but that of
"froo trade" Democracy during the administration of arover Cleveland, that
pabsod the Wilson Gorman measure (Aug. 15th, 1894.) which mado sugars
dutiable, repealed tho bount, and onco moro made tho Reciprocity Treaty
operative, thereby restoring the prosperity that had been suspended during
tho petlod that thu McKlnlcy Tariff was In forco. And still they ask "What
huvo tho Democrats dono?"
THE HEAVENS AND THE GRAND JURY AT WORK
Tho County llcncon Is patiently wnltlng for an answer from "Colonizing
Sum Johnson" ami from "l-dldn't-Boo-lt" Smith. Wo nro waiting In vain, Lut
evidently other foices nro at work. I'rovldonco Itself Intervened last night
und applied tho water-euro to the Republican meeting. Uvea tho heavens
nolo that what tho Republican machino BtaraU lu greatest nee.l of is puiu
water. As far us Sam Johnson is concerned, ovldently the Oruud Jury fed
that his gieutest need Is an Investigation. Surely tho gods nro fighting for us.
IAUKEA DID IT WITH HI8 LITTLE HATCHET
lnukca's Bpeech at l'auoa the other night was n stllf body blow to A
Machino Drown It hurt so bad that ho hollered "Poiil!" nil Iho vvn ir
I'earl City, and theio ho tiled to nrnko tho pcoplo bellovo that tho Advertlsel
peoplo hud put n home slum lu lauken's glove Curtis has u few mom souvi'
nlrs or tho sumo ordei to hand out befoio Novembet l.th that will servo to
l,i ci his memory fiesh lu inachliio clitics fui many n long day
THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING
A umihluu man as big as thu slilo or a limine, shaking a liberty-polu In
his hand, ntlieil u diminutive "mill beer und hoofo" man In a volte or lliiiu
ilor. Iiuw IIK knew lliut beet ami oilier Intuxliuntu wetu prwsuit ut llupilb
Hi nn inllles "Why, I lull over u b'i'i bun el In ir)lng In join tho iiieelhig"
WIIH lllll lllllll IHSllISII
4WiuV.ii4ifif v .i). C2 v "Ss .
A watch that won't l:ccp correct linn U worie
Una no watch at all. 'J'o the busy r.Mit of to-day a
rcliaUc ti:cpivcc ! ino.t c-v:iiti.i!.
Ottr v.itchc;; nru iwricct tinu-L.(.c)e,r:i.
M. R. Counter, Fort St.
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.
Hotel Street Store
HA3 A NEW LINE OF
THE D5POT FOR DOS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
Th low u will be fairly buzzing
with polltlinl meetings tonight, the
Itepiiblli mis iiloiio having no less than
lour on foot Thu most Interesting ol
these will probably bo thu ouu hold In
the I'nlted Chinese, HoclctyVbulldlng
on King street, where thV members
or ho Chinese Hepuhllcan Club will
assemble to hear what tho candidates
havu to say In nnrd to tho Hawaiian
tilth leitltlcato Inw and other suh
Jects. which aiu f special Interest to
Another He-public tin meeting In the
nilli DU rlct will bo held tonight ut
Muuna Kumah. tho vacant lot on the
corner or the As)lum mad and King
stieo opposite tho Kniiilanl School
Mis Alexander lllslmw will sing ut
this meeting Meetings will also be
held nt Ward stieet, Kuwalo, und an
other at tho corner or V)lllo and 1.1
Hint streets Dclcgnto Kalunlanuolo
and the o her tandldate-s running at
large will speak at all four meetings
while tho llc.iruscntntlvcs will speuK
mi) III tho districts where they belong
Iho Demounts will hnvu two meit
Fresh for Hallow'cn
In French Mixed; Floral Series; As
sorted, Golf Girl., American Beauties,
3on Bons, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
College Girl., Assorted Nuts, Nuga
tines, Marohmallows, Caramels, Gum
drop., Ice Cream Drops.
your letter to him of tho 5th of Sep- befoio m Trustees at their next meet
lember lust, In which ou make en- lag
nulry, on behalf of the Department ol . Voars faithfully.
I'ubllc Instruction of tno Territory oi i;iiahm:s vv. uinu.
iluwnll, In tcfereniii to the llliii'loii SMictur
Ah tho Commissioner of education
nt Washington, I) C Informed jou, (
the Terrllorv of Hawaii Is not Included I
In tho list of Rhode Scliulai -thins for Tho Voliuitier tho jaiht that defend, miatlers. where tho party workers will
tho United States, and I doubt, fur my- ed the cup ugiilnst the TlildK In 1SS7 be Instructed In the proper way of
self, whether It would be noj.ilble tor.b ulfeieil roi sale liiiaiklug ballots trom a Democratic
II Ilabb'tl, Ksq. Superlnlendint "tjiigH tonight ono nt Iwllel and nnoth
l'uhlli liistriutlon, llonolulii Ha- tfr at I'earl City The Democrats will
SOLE AQENTS FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
169 KINO STREET.
If your appetite has gone
back on you call at the Cri
terion and get a dote of
The best known stimulant
and tonic for the stomach.
cor BETHEL HOTEL 6t.
also tor tho next tlueo or four uvcu-jv
lues conduct a "sciinot in incir iicau
thn Trustees to create u uuw scholar
ship for that Territory
Hum I'lilllnui, president of thu X-i-
I shull, however, place j our Jotter tlun.il League, his Ouo to i;uroiH.
point of view, for the purpose or hav
ing thorn disseminate their knowledge
to tho votois in general.
II luu bun nu id ihiil Ihu uinu wliiiso ililef glory U In his miuihiIiiim U
wr iiiii It llliu II imlllti) Mil' lii'sl i 1 1 ul lllin Is hhdi'rHimlli'l.
Well, I say, If you are feeling blue, you certainly don't look It! Of
course that it, If your clothet'are made by ut. We make garments that
have STYLE and GRACE and give to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DISTINC
TION. Wc make to your Individual measure for the tame price you would
have to nay for ready to wears, and we uive satisfaction.
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Q,V fc. ,, I, MMMM'. ..,,. W , ,,w, , , ...
Our Blue 8erge Quit, at
QEO, A MARTIN
!5 have po equal In town; THEY ARC
Winter Is Coming 1 1
So Buy Now and get the full benefit
ON SM-E AT
E. W. Jordan & Co., Lid.
.Um 4NMwnio 6 aiJMft mm . -
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