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ETENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T 1! , WEDNE3DAY. OCT 31. 1900
Published Every jay Kxrcpt Sunday,
at 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. 1L. by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
M i i i I
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON. .Editor
Entered at the I'oiluRleo at Mono
fioliUu an second ilnss matter.
Parable in Ativan:.
Per month, anywncro In U. 9..$ .75
Per quarter, anywhere In U.S.. 2.0U
Per car, anywhere V.H 8.00
Pcrjear, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Six U'onttis t .CO
Per year, anywhere In U. S 1.00
I'erjeur, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Country of Oahu. )
C. (1. UOCKUS. llustness Manager
r the liULIiETIN l'l'llLISHINU COM
PANY, L1M1TEU. being first duly
sworn, on oath deposes and sas:
Thut the following Is a true and cor
rcct statement of circulation for the
week ending Oit. 26th. ltiuC. of the
Dally and Weekly IMItlons of tho
Circulation of Evening Dulletln.
Saturday, Oct. 20 2G48
Monday, Oct. 22 2419
Tuesday, Oct. 23 2363
Wednesday, Oct. 24 2481
Thurtday.. Oct. 25 2394
Frlday.i Oct. 26 2108
Average dally circulation ...2452
Circulation of Weeklptlulletln.
Tuesday, Oct. 23d, 1906 2483
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone ..1096
aomblned guaranteed average
circulation .() JO
nULLKTIK PUI1L1S1IINO CO., LTD.
by C. (1. HOCKUS.
Subscribed and sworn to bo
fun mo thM 27th day of
I SUA 1,1 October. A. I). 190C.
P. II. UU1LVKTTE.
Notary Public. Hirst Judlu'nl Circuit.
OCT. 111. It'Oi,
MClnnahan cannot nay thai he
lacks an organ In this rampulKU.
Votes will represent his shortage.
Don't "make latihcus nf oursclvos"
und try to belotiK t thlcopaitlun at
Theie Is no disfranchisement In tho
ltepublleau doctrine and never bun
been. That Is why tho old euiik' Is
doing Us utmost In wieck the party
While President Roosevelt Is pre
paring to give the Philippines a par
liament, the 'gang" In Hawaii, claim
lug all the civic virtue in the place. Is
scheming to destroy popular govern
ment. It shows lliu difference be
tween American government and gov
ernment by pirate federation.
PEKJURY IN REGISTRATION
It Is to he assumed that some fool
or h I i 1 1 c 1 u 1 1 will come forward with .1
treat fanfare and attempt to make po
litical capital of the Indictment of ten
men charged with perjury In connec
tion with the registration of voters.
Thu policy of mlsiepresentutlau
which has prevailed hitherto In tho
campaign Is the giound for this as
sumption. It Is also lo he assumed that thu
community will nppieclate that It Is a
mighty good thing for Illegal registra
tion of any character to be ferreted
' Furthermore, It Is a source of con
gratulation, an attest of the honesty
of prevailing political methods, that
In all tho six thousand-odd voters reg
istered In this County only ten uru
found who have gone so far astray as
to comu within thu pale of a Grand
Jury Indictment for swearing to an
Only one side of ihesc cases has
been heard. It Is u question whether a
Jury would convict tho men now under
Hut taking the situation as It mav
,be misrepresented by tho urtlsts of
political Invention, thu standard of po
litical honesty Is not so very low when
'tho (I rami Jury, ut-opeiatlng with tho
Governor's olllce und tho politicians
'who are trying to prove Oahu a hot
bed of corruption, llnds probable
causu In but ten cases.
It Is well to bear In mind that theru
Is no question of tho light of theso
men to voto In tho County. Their
wrong-doing consists In their alleged
perjury In stating their icBldence.
They are not repeaters, und It would
bo next to Impossible to work any re
peater dodge under their names.
Tho Interest of the Republican par
ty Is common with honest voting nnd
It (hero be dishonest registration, It
Is not In the Intutusls of thu dominant
(party. If opponents cannot bcllevo In
tho honor of tho organization and tho
men seeking voles for election thoy
will have to admit thut theto Is no ne
cessity lor turning In tricky und In
If these men now under Indictment
wero lu plead that any error they
muy huvu committed was In const
qucuco of u iutiihdcrtanlliig, ihey
would be mi wursu lliuii others Indict
til on llio i Inn go of perjury iim) whom
II Mndly piiisvcntiir refused In iiite
I ll I e.
, u HHlrul dodge Urn Annul Jury
I investigation Ih a falluie. Ah an evl
' denco of promptly follovvlni; up nlles-
ed Irregularities It is to lie eonimend-
THE BUSINESS MAN WHO WOULD
"Let the Home Hulers elect the Leg-
i latino." .iyi, a busliie-s man. He
does not mean It He can't It Is not
natural human nature for niiy honest,
unselfish limn with a spark of public
spirit o make such a statement and ex
peel It to pass as other than n Joke.
, .Scheming politician striving lo
wreck In order that they may have a
clian e to loot In the lulus would have
their whole heart In such an asser
tion. Soul Intents of this chnracler are on
n par with the thoughtless temark,
"Let them auue Culi.i. some of us
will still live"
On the same order Is thu demand
of the misguided anil ultra-radical,
that the plantations of the Islands
shall be first destrojed In order that
the) may rebuild and reorganize on a
' liomesteadltig American basis.
How many business men subscribe
to that scheme of development that
the sugar plantation must bu wrecked
In order that they may live?
Not one willing to make himself
' There ure men who li.no suggested
such a plan but the community has
: Immediately raised Its piotest against
them, as well It might
i The rational argument for meeting
the Industrial and labor problems Is,
that the change from the old to the
ne shall be gradual n careful, not
3 destructive, development.
I In solving this great sugar bind and
labor problem our business men ask,
and piopcrly too, that thu structure
diall not be razed and all the damage
consequent to such a policy be made
! terrible reality. They say, "Lonvu
the frame-work and we will gradually
hut none the less surely lepluce the
I old. piece by piece, with the new."
I That Is good business. It Is com
mon sense It Is the way for varolii!
men to go at anything that Is worth
' Why should the huslnesa man go at
the political situation In any cither
rplrlt? Election of a Homo Utile Leg
islature means wreckage. . What Is to
be gained from a wreck?
Is tlierp any reason why we should
contemplate thu wrecking of political
progress with more complacence n
greater Indifference than thu wiping
out of sugar plantations?
Is there any good reason why wc
should suy of a I.eglslaturu or to 'in
electorate, "Set the Territory tiael;
two years or ten years; we don't
Is not every lesson of all that Is best
In human life opposed to any such
view of the case?
The Dulletln recognizes that there
are rumu Hellish political sclicineis
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
Matlock Avenue $36.00
Young Street 26.25
Lunalllo Street 60.00
MeCully Street 25.00
Emma Street, 12.50
Beretanla Street 40.00
Aloha Lane 18.00
King Street 35.00
Nuuanu Street 60.00
Prospect Street 60.00
Merchant St (offices) 15 00
Young Street 50.00
Lots at Kalmukl for cash or In
exchange for sugar stocks.
Hint) Wak'iliouse Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Corner Foit und Mercliani ita
who proclaim, "If the natlvo Hawaii
ans want to raise tho devil let them
raise It. We will hold them up to
public scorn and cite their antics as
a sample of Incapacity for self-government,
and an argument for disfran
chisement." Constituted us our population Is,
"an any sane man Interested In our
Rcnernl welfare, seriounly accept mul
approve that doctrine? It is wtoiig
Totally and utterly wrong. And what
Is mine. It Is a policy that will never
Mote than one man can get a bear
hig tu Congress. The gang that origi
nally tried to restrict the franchise
had a lesson which It may quickly
lorget, but others will not.
Where Is the business sense lu re
penting revolutionary history when
lb" wav Is open for the people of Ha
waii to work out their problems on n
wise plan of American partisan liiteg.
illy and honor''
The duty of evciv citizen Is to use
ills Influence and his ballot to ward off
any Impending to version to campaigns
of prejudice. Honest American man-
I hood prompted by the highest Idcnln
does not point In un Indefinite direc
tion on this score.
Just at the present time, this ten
dency tu go backward Instead of for
ward Is expressed In an anxiety lo
smash political organlrntlon and d
feat icprcscntutlvc men who huvu
brought Haw-all out of chaos in the
past and will keep ll moving forwaid
In the fill lire.
ll may he fun to smash things It
Is often easier lu "let IhlngB go" than
In get In nnd work out the piolilems
which must he reached putltlcully.
Ilut that docs not build up Hawaii.
Republican defeat cannot alii Hawaii's
Them Is nothing good to hope for
lu that result There Is nothing In u
Home Rule Legislature to help thu
business mull or put our community
before the world as possessed of aver
age Judgment, to say nothing of pa
We have received good results from
thu election of straight Republican
tickets in tin1 past. Hotter results aio
assured from thu straight Republican
ticket to bu elected next Tuesday.
What man will say to himself. "I
wltl aid In 'smashing' the men and
the medium that lias proved capable
of Impiovlng conditions, paclfjlng the
natural prejudices of our cosmopoll
tan population, und securing for Ha
waii the enjoyment of greuter cemiuit
ment ami a more satisfactory ping
ress"? Certainly not tho man who Is In
spired with n desire to du Ids share In
making Hawaii belter and moro nt
Theru is no panacea for Hawaii's
Ills In Cuban annexation, nor In cl-
I ftructlou of the plantation system at
one lell blow, nor the desertion of tho
I There Is too much nt stake, too
much good to bo clone, to allow thu
policy of destruction lo prevail at tlila
HOW TO BE
Look Into the future,
De prepared for coming
events, A fire Insurance
policy will protect you
against lost of home and
belongings from fire.
We Issue policies.
938 FORT ST.
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, SPREADS
Woollen or Cotton,
CANNOT BE BEATEN)
8tock up now, while the
Is all In your favor.
lIONOHJI.r, Oct 31. 190fi,
K. II. McCLANAHAN. KKQ.. Demo
cralle Candidate lor Delegate to
Sir: In reply tu jour open letter
In this morning's I'. C Advertiser I
Tho first I knew of jour ii'inarkabto
contention n fnvor or our candidacy
was the statements which you made nt
nn Informncl meeting of gentlemen Just
pilot- to join departuie fur Hawaii,
and alter that I heard little of what
j on were doing until last Sunday
morning's paper gave what purported
lo be your address at the Aala l'ark
meeting thu night before.
This published statement was youi
first puhlle utterance heforo tho vo
tors of Honolulu, and I had InteudeJ
In nuke reply ut the Republican incut
lug to bu held at the sumo place; ou
Monday evening, nllhough suffering ul
thu tlmo with 11 severe cold.
On Monday forenoon It becoming
evident that I could not attend thu
meeting, I dictated from the lied thu
brief statement which was read at thu
So fur from devoting three weeka
to Hie preparation of n written nrgu
meut, It has been dllllcttlt lor mu In
this matter to take you seriously.
Your argument, after being divest
ed of uncertain glittering generalities,
amounts to this:
(1) Theru Is dancer of Cuba being
annexed to the United Stales.
(2) If It is annexed It will ho by
thu Republican par'.y.
(3) Tho Republican pally favors
the annexation of Cuba,
(t) Thu Democratic party Is op
posed to tho annexation of Culm.
(.') Hawaii should now abandon
Its loyally to the Republican party,
Ignore all sense of obligation and
throw clown Its Republican Dtdegate
and elect n Democrat as u piotest und
rubuko and to educate the American
people upon the subject of Hawaii's
As to thu first proposition which,
Irom your tone nnd attitude, would
seem to have come to joii In 11 sudd"ii
and slnitllng manner. I endeavored to
point out thu dunger of annexation or
ol tariff concessions to Cuba as u mai
ler which luisbeeu befuru tho commu
nities both of the mainland und Ha
waii for the past eight years. You
cither nru unawaio of, or else Ignoiu
Ihu persistent efforts which have din
ing this time heen made by those rep
resenting the great cane sugar Inter
ests of tbo South, beet sugar of the
Northwest, the tohacco of thu South
and the Connecticut Valley, nnd tho
sugar ot Hawaii ,to pruvenl action
which would give Cuba tariff hcnulll;,
and the results which have been at
tained. Your statement, that the ltepublleau
I arty 11s 11 party favors thu annexation
af Cuba, U un assertion unjustlllod by
the facts and history of the past few
Ilut If, for the sako of argument, I.
should be admitted thut thu Republican
p.uty, the great party ut the United
states, is Inclined tu favor annexation
how nbsuid It would bu for Utile Ha
waii tu attempt lo lulluenc-u that paitj
by being treacherous to It and should
biiotv hate Ingratitude for the me.u
benefits and blessings heietofore le
eched und shake Its puny little list
und defy ll.
This powerful party has been und :u
.1 true friend tu these Islands and tbo
tivldences of this friendship have bceu
manifest and abundant.
The fact is thut tho question of the
liuncxutlon of Cuba or of granting flee
Irade lelutlous Is u commercial (pac
tion and favored In ccrtuln quarters by
thoje having largo Interests In Cuba
Irrespective of parties, and will have
to bo fought out mainly on' commercial
lines, that tu. the gieat commercial in
terests of the Mainland us ugalnst the
Inteicsts of those having commercial
Intel ests lu Cuba, Tho political policy
ol tho government as tu Cuba und other
Spanish-American countries has been
repeatedly announced and recently was
aguln ulllrmed ut the notable cungics&
at lllo do Juneiiu.
Your plan may take with thoughtless
and uuvvury voices und provo tu bo un
admirable means by which 11 Doniotia'
can ride Into Cougrcts un Kcpuhlhuu
shoulders; hut should you succeed the
contempt and ridicule uud loss of
fileudship which would follow would
hurdly reflect credit on the patriotism
If I thought that uny considerable
number of the vutcrs of Hawaii would
lake j on and jour proposition setlous
lj 1 would he perfectly willing to meet
on and discuss this queition in public
ai the best of my limited ability; but
It seems to mu that It would bu lending
dignity tu a cheap campaign device
lly thu way paidon me lor leferrlug
tu thu following statement In your Aula
address. "Thu public of the United
States also knows tint thu people u!
Hawaii will this November voto cm thc.
Cubau question, for this is thu question
that I 11 m fencing upon my opponents,
cloud heavens, lu what uwusoma sits
pcntii the lulled States must bu! tine!
grant them stieugth uud gtace tu with
Maud the shock when thu tlual an
UOUIicelilt-UI Is made.
W. O SMITH
Juek O'ltileii knocked nut Tied du
lly in Mm-.- Illinois nnd Jim Tiumhlu u,
11I1111 loiiuds mi the sumo night ut Lent
AliHeles ineptly, (hiiih1)' wits easy
llieiil luil Tli'llibll) ill up quite 11 si nip
und b) puiu fill Mil) ml Mill" imiiiiU
O'llrlrii ihhiIb 11 punt showing
8 ' - '11111
:. . i
WmAi ;-v Mm
1 I tBH
-Mil. II..I. Alll.l.ss.
FINDS RELIEF IN PE-RTJ-NA.
Mr.lt.J.Arlcs4,40t City Hall Ave.,
Montreal, Quebec, Is an old gentleman
of wide acquaintance, having served
i thirty-eight yoars In tho Ocneral l'ost-
ofllco of Montreal, a record which
speaks for ltsolf. Concerning bis ue
! of l'cruna, Mr. Arlesi s.nys:
7 have been afflicted with nasal
catarrh to such a degree that It af
tectcd my hearing.
, "This was contracted somo twenty
years ago by being exposod lodrnughts
and sudden chances of temperature.
"I hare heen under thc treatment ot
specialists and have used many drugs
recommended as specifics for catarrh
In the head and throat-all to no pur
pose. "About threo jjcnrs ago T was Induced
by n confrere In olllco to try reruns.
"After some hesitation, as I had
doubts as to results after so many
failures, I gave l'cruna a trial, and am
happy to state that after tiling eight
or ten bottles of l'cruna I am much
Improved In hearing, and In breathing
through Ilia nostrils."
For special directions everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
I of which surrounds each bottle, Pe
runa Is for sale by the following drug
gletc and will supply the retail trade
in Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
&. Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
Tin arrangements for the great .po
litical debate which has heen slated
lo take place' at the Oiphetim next
Saturday night, ate apparently- pin-
!gcssiug hut little. Cbaltmau Mur
lay of the County Committee staled
I this aHei noun that on uc count of the
itnfores"en dllllcultlcs utlslug with
the speakers, which both sides hud
1 In view, It wnH very likely that the
, debute would not comu off alter all.
V. A. Kinney said thnt Kovcrul of the
speakers whom thu Democrats bail
expe'-teil to hold up their end, would
be prevented ftom taking pail on ue-
count of Illness or business icusons,
1 "However," he ndded, "We will havj
speakers, If wu hnvo In go out und
j lassoo them."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
1 Entered for Record Oct. 29, 1905,
1 From 10:30 a. m, tu 4 p. m.
I' A .Scliaefer unci w: tu Uivlula
t'.istauo A Ives lo Juu Hllva I)
Charles C King In O Tullefsuu ....l'A
Dben I' Lew by ulty tu Samuel Par
J Alflid .Mngouil tu Klizahcth II
list of (' K (! Itociku by Tls el al to
llrucp Cnrtwrl;;lit V
Percy Cuve Is un ills way to Califor
nia, lie may meet Prank Nell ut Cub
Because WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LTD., received by the two last steam
ers 168 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young; XMAS
CARDS and CALENDARS; GIFT
Books; TOYS; TOYS; TOYS. Every
child should have the Latest THE
TEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOSEVELT BEAR BOOK.
Come early before they are all gone.
Wall, Nichols Go,,
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI.
LIE0, OHIPPCRI) AND STORE-
A Jrpnnegg schoolboy who can
tpeak good Kngllih, wants a position.
ALL AT nCAflONAHLH PlilOLB,
I'MONC WHITE 3576,
I IIIVEII BTHBliT nur HOTEL,
VHT T Wan thc oldcRt and Purest
OLD JAS. E.
(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.
902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS ANO DEALER8 IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
What is Renola?
I The most delicious Ice cream that was ever made. It has a founda
tion 01 tne ricnest, purest jersey cream, wmpped to a lightness that puts
e feather to shame. The recipe for this delicacy was evolved In tho brain of
a famous New York chef and we hold the exclusive right to manufacture
It in this Territory, Until you have sampled RENOLA you cannot tell the
pcnection reacnta in me cream making.
I We mould RENOLA In bricks varying In size from one to four quarts
and In any desired flavor to order.
ONE QUART g .75
1 TWO QUART8 SI ..'5
I FOUR QUARTS 82.10
Special Rates on Larger Quantities,
We mould RENOLA bricks varying In size from one up and deliver It
at your door for dinner. Orders by telephone promptly attended to.
TELEPHONE MAIN 230.
Wm. Larsen, Manager,
NOVELTY LEATHER COMPANY
412 Market Street
Sun Francisco, Cul.
Dear Sir: I used your ""Save-tho-Uorso"
011 two Splints, on lasldo of
iron 1 togs, interfering with the cords
of tho leg unci causing lameness so bono Hpavln. with "Save-the-Hors.."
badly that a very short tlrlvo would nnu- ,t oMlrtty removed tho blemish.
,n ,,orao ,ncl tlul "Port of n cr p- , lluvor Baw nnythlng to equal It. Mr.
plo. After using two bottles the Oaa. Welliy and several horsemen,
lameness Is gono and the splints dls-(wm nrc frlends or ,, lel mo llluy
appeared U1J'' . , had equully as good results us myself.
WM, I.AKSLN. I JOHN It. NOWLAN.
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eral months; not 5 per cent, of the cses are cured. Blistering Is less ef
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"SAVE-THIv-HOUSK" eliminates all these fuctors. Cures without scar,
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Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln,
Curb, Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or strained
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l onu of thes bct Crcumury bu toi-M
over liromjHt lo Honolulu.
Why not ulvo us u trial
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rial-, main 2ki
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
BEEF, PORK and CORNED BEEF,
487 Hatght St., 25 Sixth SL
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