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r.VKNINU Hlft.LETIN. HOr(OL.nL0, T II . WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31, 1900
,m ''t at rTT- at -?a M. J-JV-
FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
OCTOBER 31, 1906.
i Judge Mo Holt luiliiy handed ilon ti nl
written opinion lu tlio cu?o of William j
Ulenryivs. A. M. Drown, declaring thai
111 I 111111 1II& JIIUJIIIL'IIV IJ U-'IUIIIl III
I the caio the court had no Jurlsdlitlnn
.or power In the premises
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGF
HONOLULU, Oct. 31. 1906
NAME OF STOC Pali Hi
local and oeneral aTmmmmmnmTmmmimmwniK:
flin IllllWer ' C HiM c
filed hy Hip defendant lining Ittiulllc IpiiI ,., pur.,'nC
en account of thu lack of thu alllilii-.il Hawaiian Arti-uitut 10
required hy law tin- defendant wii still Jj ' ' s1''("0
UltltlPlI t( notice llllll lltl Opportunity , lljnomu Sural Co
to he lionril and Hint Dip answer should Monilaa Sur,'f.o ..
lmo llrist been Birickvti from lhu ntur ; B!KjK,V.iiiw CT
before (ho philntln mule! leg.-illv be ! I K itt plantation Co Lui,,i
to'ii Surar Co ......... I joj.ov
titled to nn order declaring the defend'
(Continued from Page 1)
Wnlelua, V. T. 1. Wuterhoinip. C I'
Tnhi Chllllugwnrth, Chun, HiiMiup, Jr a
u Dwigm, .ins hickiioii, 1), Kniniioua
lanl, Jr.. Win. K. l-ololwl
TIip Democrats will hue lint on
meeting tonight, on Punchbowl buck
the i of the Ho) nl si hool
Gali'l Sugar Co ........ .bw
flnra,a Suar Co.... I nrti.
Ookala S'l fl'il Co I
ALL POLITICAL "MACHINES" ARE BAD
Kuhlo statci that theto In u Democratic inaelilnc mi Iho Island of Hawaii
which will not employ n Republican on Iho roads. Ho also tnB that Metro
rrntlc police In nnlfoniiH qticstluiul Republican speakers nt Hepnlili'nn
meetings this In Kan, which Ih hopelessly Democratic,
We believe KuIiIo'h assertion tu bu iruo. The Democrat!) on Hawaii nro olll n default. The motion lo h-i -.ixlti- Iwi,",,?:
J -.11.. .. ... a . -.. ... .. ...... I. ..... t it. mi.... i....- i .in.. i. .. i i . t . i .... .. r"-
nuiiiuuuuiK iui vf iui uu vyv unu u inuiu nir u luuiu. i nvy nuvu ii'.'un rmiR'u i '.in' jiniKUit'iii wns incrGiure KniiU'U
down roiiKli Mhud hy Hetiubllcnn ontecJioMofft anil their machine for yean. j
fulminating In Ihc iIlFgrncclul nUfinpt of a Republican Hoard of SupervlKoris THREE
to override thu Shcr.fTH power of nppolntlnt; thu police, because tho Sheriff
was Keolanul, a Homo Hule-Dcmocrat. The County of Hawaii wan troatnl
to the Kpcrtacle of a "duel" hot of policemen, each restating the other,
steal wan led hy the Kov. Stephen Dcftlm, ami after a long fight thu Itcputi
Itcan machine wn absolutely routed hy a Supreme Court dccfoluii, which
confi nn od In Keolanul the powers elenrly conferred on him by law. And
now the Flench from that brazen, bare-faced attempt an the part of
t tAHJ, K.
. r ;
0't iufit Co I'S ... I i.o.oo
B I i
Miuhu SLff PititH'i
Pcifc Supar Mm ...
PU I'Unutlon Co ...
Prtko lSuttr (.' ..
ytuwpf m u
WiiiluiAttrkuttiiril Lc t jom.
Waih.kuSujtar Co So
W!rrra u &urf lio.
lb I t
ft I J
1 ' 4
llnnl.llnnn tnnliltin nn 1 1... U1nnt r.f llnu.nl! U aiirh Hint tin. ltpv llciili.l UlC IJPinOCI IltlC ( niltll(U) t'K depll
iiviiiimvii ......... .. .., ...... .. . 1,1 ...i i.i- n....l ... ..-
and hi. Kn..B are utterly discredited anions the toter. of that County, par..,-1 -"'Vi '.U'i, nw Ji!
nlnrly the Hawallans. Desha Is wine lu inurklni; time In Honolulu and link- i;, MtClnnnhan, Curtis I. laukoa, Clins,
Inn speccliCH for Kulilo, for ho In In had odor with his own people, nml Hie II. llroad, Chns. Hose, W W Thnyer,
less ho says to thorn ut home the better for his party. , ian Knnialiu, I). I,. Knluili naliti. H.
, , . . . .. ' Uke, a. K Keau.ihaku, Irnnk It
Wp do not approve of tho Democratic machine on the Island of Hawaii, Hnncy, J. K. Apunkehnu uml S K.
A Democrutlp machluo Is Just as hud as a Republican machine, nud just ns I Hill.
likely to itrow corrupt and oppressive. We merely point out that ho whoi 'Ihc Itepubllcnus will inuko
lltrua lii llin uniiiK.t I. Hlinlu .. .....Iui. t.. tl .! n tl..ti I.I I nn t. In in ..! lit n
....,.. ..., ,,.., .u .,.-., u, . a..,. "i..ni r,nl2p. ill. The Deleiite nnd the cniidl
unii ouckiiir up u itcpnoiican luucnine, wiui us torriipuon nnu luwiessness, is dates riiunlui; nl Iuiku will make
paving the way lor a Democratic machine, to he followed also by IuwIpssiioki i party, accompanied by JuiIkp
mid corruption. What nnswer can the Itepnbllcans of Hawaii make to thai Mnlinnlii mid possibly Chas, ("lurk.
Tlmw tinvn tut ntiuujfit lliutt mtitil hu urn uliiit 'I'tin '
A Inrno niimlip. of iii.ui.nJMmiC
idldates depa.li-i !!,:!lt"..E!''lcuc.
Democrnts are merely doing what the HopiiliHcnns hae done.
On Hie other hand, If on tho Island of Oahu thu Republicans rise up mid
smash thu machine In their own party, und heat the llrown-jojinson-tlcnr
combine, they put themselves In a position where they can conilstcntly and
with effect Join with all right-minded Democrats In protesting against ma
chine politics In the Democratic party. Thu situation In thu County op
Hawaii Is lo be regretted. Thu Hepiiblcnn party Is silenced In that counly
to protest against il, all hccniiso tho Republicans would vote thu straight
ticket, and would back the machine, mid would be whipped Into party lines
when they came to vote. Had thu good citizens of Hawaii smashed thu
Desha gung when they had the voles to do It, they would liavu somu other
argument to advance than tho contention that the Demounts have as bad a
machine as tho KepuhlUans had. Let us avoid that en or In this county. If
the straight Itepuhllcun ticket wins out, and the muchlno Is given n new lease
of life, going on In Its corrupt and lawless way, II Is mi invitation to the hulk
of the DemociatH when they do get Into power to do likewise, overriding the
will and wish of llielr fellow-DeiuocrnlH who propose lu light to a finish any
machine politics In their uwn party us vlgoiously u they do the machine In
the Republican pally.
SUGAR, 3.95 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8$, 9(1
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Hun U r K L Co Con
Mutual Ttlphvn Co
(latin H &. L Co ......
H If. Wailroad Co
Hon. II. A At. Co. ...
Haw lrrr'l 4 P c
UiliiM'tinc t5 ..
, , ll.nvlrMVi pi ...
heir Kll.r Haw Irir'l rtp c...
itiQ p r.. ......
Cil lit. .Sue, ft Mat Ci.
Hllo kk Co Lun 6 ac
tion K I at l uo o p c.
Kahbku Plant Co it p c
llal.u W & L Co 6 p c -Oanu
Sugar CuCpc .
Ulaa Sugar Coo p c...
rloncrr Milt Co 6 p C
WalaluiAtrir Tojp .
MclltyJt S Oi.'an--
l.)0-. , St l l
Up Hill !!""!. Sural J a l, pC .
l It.. HawComfiSugCu )
AT'I'iO Haw Sural top...
Two or three simple statements of JJ
fact In a Bulletin Want Ad -- may
enlarge the whole outlook tZZ f ) 1 1 Sf
E Chiidrens rumps a
' sells 't iheaper a
A DEMOCRATIC PAPER ON THE CUBAN QUESTION
This Is how a Democratic paper talks about the Cuban question. It Is
taken from the "Commoner", edited by W. J. Ilryan, and thus expresses the
Mcntlcieiit of the acknowledged lender of the Democracy of thu United States
and outlines dearly that the Democrat ns u party will light Cuban aunex.i
Hon to a finish:
PLATT AMENDMENT AND TELLER RESOLUTION
The Milwaukee Sentinel, u Republican paper says: "The
Spanish wur to abate tho Cuban nuisance was not fought for
nothing, and the Piatt amendment was a better piece of
statesmanship than the Teller resolution,"
Tho l'lntt amendment was Intended as a string to hold
the Island of Cuba In line for exploitation.
' The Teller resolution was a chart Intended for the guid
ance of the Amerlcuu ship of stute, according lo the bear
ings of the fathers.
Thu one was born In a commercial spirit and the other
was prompted by lofty patriotism,
As a piece of statesmanship there Is no comparison be
tween thu two, and the superiority of Uiu one over Hie other
Is shown by the fact that the spirit of tho Teller resolution
hovers even at this moment over the I'latt amendment, and
serves as a restraint upon thoso who might bo tempted to
look with covetous eyes upon tho Island whoso pcoplo we
helped to liberty and whose successful strugglo for independ
ence provides for this great government of ours onu of the
brightest and purest chapters of Its history.
Hales Session: fi i:n. J:'.;.:.'; fi
Hwu. Sir.: 10 .Mcllrjde. $". ia.
! Dividends Oct. Rl, 1!ni C. Iliewcr
Co . 3 per cent; Hwa. I per cent: llo-
Memben Hon. Stock and Bond Ex- ,,,, i4 ,lcr (Cnt; Waliiiiiiinlii. 3 P-r
change, lent; Wullukil, 3 per lent. Haw. Illec-
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12. tr(. a, 1)ur ,.c!It; Oliiuiilu 1 per lent.
LOAN8 NEGOTIATED. ' it,,,,. 1 k j, Co., 1 per flit: lion. II.
ft -M. Co., extia. Il per it-nt. !.!. S. X.
Co., per tent. Nov. I. Rim: llnll.ti.
, IVi per tent: I'ala. 1 er leiu, I'loiicn
I I 'ier rent. Nov. C, 1'jOtl I lawn. Com
A: Sugar Co., ll.'e. ithtu I'aauhau, l'f
i.haro; Ouniuoa (San l-'i.ui i Mv shale
Mexican Drawn Work
Beautiful Designs In Tenerlffe
Squares, Centerpieces, Dollies and
Scarfs. Polished Koa and Kau
wlla Canes. Shak's Teeth Clubs.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
I Latest sugar quotation, 3 9S cents,
or $79. per ton.
sS FOR HOME USE ?V
Aiiliu foi till v al Ter. rflables.
Your EIWHr tillu I'ol l!real.fa-t I iw!
Desirable 11.0111s at ki)-l S King im,
nti for it lit. .
A ilhoru- sumiiionn aiipears on pagi
2 nt this iisiie.
I. A. 'rhliistoil leaves fur Hip Co.i-t
lt Prldaj 's steamer.
Apple llloDsom Balmiin ami I.lptons
'eas at ('. .1. Day a. (Jo.
Rpini'inbur man dame nl Hip Sea
fldi) tills week. Sith lufnmr) mnl
ilfglmi-ntal Hand. '
The Inderal Oraml Jur) iiii I n
morning mid then adjourned till .nM
Thu AU'oa has ri turned to die On
r.ule dot I., uheie she Is landing tlie ;;
lenialnder of the .Mnuihurlu's iarKO -
-luilge Whitney today ordered .Mi j"
I la Kaiiuahl rouiiultted lo the (III 1-' p
iiidustrliil Reform School until lu i J
The Hteaiushlp Aolea will mine lo f-
.1... .1.. ..I. I.. ... l... II....I r..t I .. I..,.r '
IIIU lllj OUIU 111 IIIV- lllil IIIVIH
lomiilloA to finish dlHChuiglliK
turgo of (oal
Mrs Klorii Crowell. who was nrrto
nl on a Hoard of Health warrant eh. rit
lug Iipi with being u leper inspect. Ini
Leen set flee by the Hoard. Iheie belnv
,ii bailllu.i of k'pioiy evident lu in i
Spei-lul (arc la being fiken llils t:il
by the election iiiHpeilors to sett thai
the printed lists and (lie reglntrntui'
books loriepond This acllou, tn.di
ut this time, will save a great deal j
double on elittlou day
lu Judge Lindsay's (onu this nioin-
lug the I. Man loiing cue u.) Mill oil
and most of the morning was taken ill
in an attempt to hae tin- inufi'sslon o'
the Ivorcin lutrodiKed as teitln ony
The point hud not liieu dci'lded w hit
the noon leccu'j wus luketi.
A fnienell dinner lo (It urge lieu
ihall of the Hawaiian Star, who le.ne
this illy pexl week tu take charge I
the Illlo Herald, will be given lonlghl
at tint Seaside I told by about t.utity
five of his fi lends I'. S. IHMrht At
toriie) llreckons will uct us lo.inl
Shortly ufler 1 o'clock this afternoon
n horre iiltnched lo u cm belonging lu
ii .lapamw, Kin away on King street
Walklkl of l-'ort strcrl. 'I he call clrui K
ti heavy wagon belonging to the I'ailllr
Transfer Cuuipany ami was innipletel)
wie-ked No one was hurt lu the
lulx-il.'i which ensued.
AvkIxIiim County Alorney Andrmlt
In referring to the esse agalnxt II. C
.Moman which was mil pressed In the
I'olke Court, that hit had thuntiighl)
IliM'stlgated the case (lorn both slik
.Hid found absolutely no ovldcuu to
stippuit the dinrgo Mr .Mossinaii said
he would rather piefer thai thu ease
ionic lo lilal as then (nil pioof unild
he orferod of Hie ntler lack of fiiu:ida
Hun for Iho (iinleiilliiu against him.
'I'lio Nuwunl unii MmiirluMt Siinclciy
IJrincInu of lJrty Slipper ipocilly
orcJtst'cii tit iinit"-t-l '' iVii'M. (ittnn
mm lliu IrV.o.Ht inil propur ilcineinj:
Prices, $2, $2. SO, $33
unci White Cnnviis.
It makes a delightful treat
for evening callers. j
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
rfr B Mclnerny Shoe Store
E FORT STREET
m ' " ' L'Jcra.
Two Features j
Gas is an excellent fuel, f
and a bright illumi I
nant. There is economy
in it for either purpose.
Have you noticed bright 1
lights in the store windows?
They are gas burners.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
19 1 i
THE EVENING 8TAR PUT8 IT
"Thcro Is no more reasonnblu attitude to bo taken lu
"tho selection of public olllciuls than that meiitorlous norv
"icu shall bu recognized by retention in office. No greater
" check tu enthusiasm and zeal prompting to good service
"can be devised than indiscriminate rotation In office with
"out regard to the quality of tho service rendered. If tho
"official who renders good service Is turned out with tho onu
" who falls In his duty, all tho Incentive to faithful service
"which should nrlso from nn appreciation of effort and capa
" blllty Is withdrawn. The votvrs of this county will hnvo
" striking opportunity lo apply these principles next Tuesday
" when they cast their votes for County officials. These i
"two men (thu present County Auditor and County Clerk) j
"are now candidates for re-election. Uy every obligation of
"appreciation of capable and faithful services, tho voters
" without regard lo political affiliations ought to re-elect
Tho bright Twlnkler has done us a real service In so ably presenting In
tho above-quoted editorial tho cqultle? of our own case of Trent vs. Water
house. And yet, strange to say, there ore "organs" In Honolulu so utterly
bereft of rhyme und rea'son as to advocate the turning out of Democrat Trent
and the turning in of Republican Wateihouso on the lllmsy ground of a little
dlrfureuco In political faith, Tho editor of tho Twlnkler wouldn't Heat Ills
dug I'ldo so shabbily.
oj hT'a,r - vawimMramm
A watch that won't Jacp correct time is worse
than no watch at all. To thu liuiy :i'an of to-day a
reliable timepiece; is most essential.
Our watches arc jicricct timcLoqicr.-i.
M. R. Counter, Fort St.
THE STRAIGHT TICKET HULA DANCERS AND ALL
Several little gatherings of business men have been entertained recently
by Hon. W. O, Smith, whosu timu these days Is largely taken up In trying to
(onvlucu people against their wills that the safety of thu c 04m try depends
upon the election of the straight Republican ticket, And W. 0, argues with
gu-at illation I hat his huln-duncliig ruiinlng-malo would make a better law
maker than would thu beht mun on tho opposition tickets but wu forget:
V. O. always leavi-B the meeting beforu thu hiila-dauclng begins, and of
coursu knows nothing about such things, Hut tho business men havo liuadH
of their own, wills biulus lu 'urn too, and they'll exercise their prerogative of
voting fur thu beet men, regaulless of Mr. Smith's Innocent pleas for tho
"beer, booze, huniombu mid hula ticket".
Two Low-Priced Specials
We want you to visit our store. To Induce you to do so
and see'our excellent line of Dry Goods we are offering for
this week TWO LOW-PRICE SPECIALS They are in several
JAPANESE SILK ... . .15 PER YARD
JAPANESE CRCPE . 10 PER YARD
Hole! Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DiPOT FOR BOSS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
WAH YING CHONG CO.,
KING ST.. EWA SIDE MARKET.
Honolulu. Oct. Sillh, Hnul.
To W. C. Add, Ksq
Sir My ultentlon hail Just been
lulled to jour iipm letter to me pub
lUlicd In the Advertiser of Sunilio
Oct 2Sth. 1 liilii. wherein you accuse
mo of having made false statement!
regarding ou In my remnrks holme
thu voters 011 Hie night of Oct "Hit,
I'joi!, nt n public meeting held at the
Kaumaknplli premises. You say Hint
I urged the voters to otu for Charloi.
K Chlllingworth on thu giound that
said Chlllingworth had arrested you
lor rambling, and that kihIi stale
uients were false, et, In thu same
lainth. j on deliberately acknowledge
the truth of It by sajlng "It Is true
Hint linen others mid iiiyst?)! were ur
leaiuil for gambling," nuilMhcn you
vry 'o smooth It over with your oilgl
nal 1 uiiningnosB by ru)lng II was
"splto work." I know nothing about
j nor "spite work, nor do I believe
It, nml us to IIh being dropped, you
should consider yourself lucky, So
far us It being u bluff game by t lit
pollio ilt partment to thu (luvuiuor, I
(iin't lielioM- jour grounds lor du
feace, own If it wus, It didn't work
One thing was very evident during
those Juys. you yourself would he
the best witutss for thu pioseciitluu
mid that Is: ou wcru Just playing
jour bluff gamu tu bent Hie baud with
butler sudi'SB nud plenty of luck than
,ou aie halng ut Hie present stngi
of our bluff game.
What I did say ut the meeting you
refer to was that Charles 1''. Chilling
worth deaened iiedlt und should be
dieted to Iho Senate, for he was dev
er enough to latch au.l uriest 11 11111
nlug Senator oucu for gumblliig no
name mentioned. The (up bcems to
111 ou, Mr. William Charles Add: If
so, ou uiu welcome, so fur us I'm
(oiueiuid, to wcur it
I have the honor to bo.
Fresh for Hallow'cn
In French Mixed; Floral Series; As
torted, Golf Girls, American Beauties,
Bon Bons, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
College Girls, Assorted Nuts, Nuga
tines, Marshmallowe, Caramels, Gum
drops, Ice Cream Drops,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
lewis & Company,
I3 KING STREET.
If your appetite has gone
back on you call at the Cri
terion and get a dose of
The best known stimulant
and tonic for the stomach.
cor. BETHEL & HOTEL Sts.
"KILL THE SNAKE8I "
This obsolete, Imtlle-ciy of Iho Home Rule parly originated with lis first
louder, thu lutu Ijaullu. Thu ulgulllcmicu or lis liiliodiiiHoii here U not tho
same us Its otlglnal one, however. It merely reminds m of H111 fnlu (hut
A. V. Heui's lepllles met ill Ihu hands of Ihu nutlioiltles despite lliu blurt nml
blinder of his piotosts An ihu wlikml lux gnihi'ier Is already shaking In his
sillies lit Ihu pmspeit nl 1 1 ear's duMlllou In the Hiiclnorhli, no Uii Jlisl
siiiciiliiiliiK us in what Hut iiiipliliiiluii uf lliom sinners inul lm who il-
imlilii'il Ids ie Hiiitlti'w. Nil ilnulil m linn nwomil lm lln'iu lliu liurrhl (ulo
Well, I say, If you arc feeling blue, you certainly don't look Itl Of
course that Is, If your clothes are made by us. We make garments that
have 8TYLE and GRACC and give to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DISTINC
TION. Wc make to your Individual measure for the came price you would
have to ray for ready-to wears, and wc nlve satisfaction,
8AVC MIDDLE-MAN'S PROFITS!
Our Bluo Beryo Suits at 125 have no equal In town) THEY ARC
MAUTIN HOTEL OTREUT
vMa iiMiai umi ir.'lli" 1 -1 1- 1 Ann , . ,
hi m tr,i'mvmhi.).rwfrA' m
Winter Is Coming j
So Buy Now and get the full benefit
ON SM-E AT
E. W. Jordan & Co., Lid.
llf Mil)alllli l' S UWII lllllllUl I oiIM'lir(l,
'&.1 ,.4 feaaV