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EHEN1N0 UULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H . THURSDAY, NOV. 1. 1900
Published Hvcry bay Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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WALLACE R. FARRINQTON Editor
Kutered ut the I'uetoince at lluuo
nululu an second class mutter. '
Payable In Advan:.
evening Bulletin. I
Per month, anywneru lu U. S..t .75 I
Per quarter, mi) where In U. H.. 2.00
For ) ear, uti)iv hero U S 8.00 '
Per year, postpaid, furelKii 11.00 i
8 Ii'OIilliH .CO
Pcryeur, anywhere In U. S 1.00
Per car, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Country of Oahu. )
C. O UOCKL'S, HuMm-ii Manager
Of the UUUiP.TIN PU11I.1S1IINO COM
PANY. LIMITIU). being first duly I
worn, on oith depoiesi and us:
That the following la u true and cor
rect statement of circulation for the
week vndlhK Oct 2Glh 1U0C of the
Dally and Weekl) Kiliilotii of tho I
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Oct. 20 . .2648
Monday, Oct. 22 2419
Tuesday, Oct 23 . 23G3
Wednesday, Oct. 24 2481
Thursday, Oct. 25 . ...2394
Friday, Oct. 26 .2408
Average dally circulation . 2452 '
Circulation of Weekly-Bulletin.
Tuesday, Oct. 23d, 1906 ..24S8
Number of weeklies delivered on I
the Island of Hawaii alone 1096
combined guaranteed average
circulation . . .1910 I
BULLION PriII.ISIIIKn CO, LTD.
by C O. 1JOCKUS,
Subscribed and sivurn to be
fore me this 27th day of
IBEAL Octobur, A. D. l'JOC.
V. 11 UUItVUTTi:.
Notary Public, Hrst Judlc'al Circuit.
NOV 1. 1000
A vtite foi Ilruvvn In a ote for
An holiest iiiuii
Kven Thutxliiu lias lu admit It.
Arc )cm honest''
Hawaii h.iH Itx first cvldaneo that
Ouvcrnor Carter Is not a true xpurt
Hearst nlves $50,000 for the ellscovct)
of election fraud testimony, Carter
on I) ",0.
The IndlitiiivntH nisultiKt tho vuteis
Htiirned hy the (Iranil Jury for ullem-d
I orjury will he more Impiexslvo when
It Is made known whether Former At
torney tleneral I.orrln Andrews at thu
last registration did not have his homo
In .'..anon, hut registered an residing
In thu Sixth Precinct, tho duvvutuvvn
COUNTY GOVERNMENT ENEMIES
Tho Advertiser has nlwa)s Inveigh
ed against local self government, mora
ispeclally Americuu County govern
ment, as multiplying the- cost or gov
ernment. Onl) a few weeks ago it gave ltd
columns over to u long argument to
prove that Count) government had
been nil llii loused expense! to thu
nmuunt or $2.'().000
It Is not dlllleult therefore, to in
'terpret, fium the- morning paper's
standpoint, the veiled threat contain
til In the follow lug, which It publishes
vlllorlally this morning.
"It was after tense party disci
pline hud been established that
. tho scandals of the pollen station
developed and tho luvvs weru en
acted which multiplied thu costs
Any voter with common senso can
ku that tho enemies of County gov
ernment uro Kt 111 at work, and they
hope to accomplish tho downfall of lo
cal sell government through thu defeat
of tho straight Republican ticket and
tho election of Curtis laukca.
VOTE FOR THE HONEST MAN
L. A. Thurston, proprietor or the vl
clous attacks mado on Sheriff Druwn,
nays that ho believes Sheriff lliown tu
be an honest man.
Thin snmo Thurston Is dally baching
n campaign which Is pulling Sheriff
Drown before tho public as tho maua
gur of u corrupt political machine, tho
supporter of corruption In tho police
department the friend or tho grog
(.hop keepers and thu dive patroiiB,
An honest mun dues not do what
Thurston's papur suja lliown Is re
llm llulletln has repeatedly suld
that tho morning puper lies and knows
No belter testimony can bo offeied
In tho eiisu than tho pergonal slate
menu mado by L. A, Thurston to bus
iness men of this city, He has lepiat
idly said that Iiu believes Sheriff
llrovvn to bu un hottest mun
This Is no t'litia fur the voter of tho
County of Oahu to cast his ballot lu
thu Intel out or court sued hypocrisy
According iu thu vvurd uf thu pro
prlitor of Ihu paper dmoled In Impo
imii utiiiilts on lliown, n vole for
Drown is a vote for uii linniM matt.
Vole foi lb" honest III u n
Vdlii fur lllimii
STRAIGHT TICKET PARTISANS
riirupiiug oi me BirniKUi uciicii
struck nt I.orrln Andrews became hoj
was too honest to be bought and
struck at (lovernor Carter becausu he'
,.-.. ... ., . ..i-,. .. .
was too Independent to he controlled
and did It with ever) weapon they
could In) their bunds upon. Alitor
'Die morning papur U ridiculous
nliinc, with Its U lous spite.
I.orllu AudrtWH wus one of the moil
unit ni nduf iitm and luli'dme-iiit pint
tit loin i si of niaihliii politic b ngnlust
which the Advertiser now trim to
lirrfu I, thnf llii tut. mil nf ILllill hits
In. hi in l-,, , III mills. '
l.oi i lii Andrews waa nlwas u sup
porti r of the straight ticket and left
li Clvii I'nUmtloii iik ii piotest
against Its ip'pnrturc from the straight
Hi pllblli till ticket doctrine
Anil with the exception of his little
Joiirni') Into Cutiiity polltlcu, whin did
lii-orge It Curler evei oppojo straight
Itepuhlluin ticket xotiiig 7 Onl a few
davx ago he Htntcd hi conviction that
tlu Hiralght Itepiibllrnn ticket would
be successful tit the coming election.
And us n Republican loiiimltliimnil
or a Itepulilli.in lamlldate, when did
Carter hit tall for bolting tho ticket
put forward h) the lotmutlun? Car
urn name was attached to Iho ducit
n. i nl wlili Ii culled lor Territorial em
ilojees to gie up it ftaitlou of their
halarlis to nld lu the election of the
iitinli-hl Hupublltnu ticket.
The morning paper must Itself bo
mi far dart that It thinks the oters
jf this County hne lost their memory.
And whin Andrews and Carter weru
active in politics did thoy scoru the
atslsttimc of that promoter of tho
lllrhe Advertiser citizens' niovcmant"
Illrlie now offered us a straight
tit kit sample
Tills fommiinll) knows that the lar,t
Kile of Illrlie lu tin- political field was
In tin- tnp.itlt) of ilitcf agent of the
Advertiser, which freely iiponid Its
columns to Ids maudlin and contempt
Kumalae was brought Into politics
by the gang now at work to ilistro)
thu Republican putty and Knucli John
mil was thu right bower of Achl, that
loted purist who assisted In thu list
t'lvlc I'eiluiutlou-Advertlser campaign.
The wreckage aloug the straight
ticket way Is wade up uf material
which was brought Into the patty orlg
Inally to do thu blddlug ot the gun,;
that now raises Its volte against i
straight Republican voting. It Is
mudo up of tlici thugs of tho Illrba
i)pe, who represmt ull that Is dirty
and disreputable In political humanity,
In tho same degree that the Advertiser
upholds the Identical class of political
Andrews and Carter 'wcru straight
Slckct men and Insistently urged that
thu business men of the Tcrrltorj
demonstrate the tr party lo)ulty bj
theli party vote, and theicby side-trade
the prejudices which our politics have
, H. HERTSCHE ...General Manager
ItelcJ RU6T COMPANY,
JlVtr. . klMITID .
V I ('suSJlinaHjAuttHMi Aimh
?y- 5" .-v5 Imvmimiiit mInuiuki A&isn
Matlock Avenue $36 00
Young Street 26.25
Lunalllo Street S0.00
McCully Street 25 00
Emma Street 12 50
Beretanla Street .. 40.00
Aloha Lane 18 00
King Streat 35 00
Nuuanu Street 50 00
Prospect Street 50 00
Merchant St. (offices) 15 00
Young Street 50 00
Lots at Kalmukl for cash or In
exchange for sugar stocks.
Henr) Waloihouse Trust Go,. LU,,
Corner Foi land MeirhtnlSU
i strong tendency to follow
Partisans of the straight ticket to
tin) nre the pirllsnns who stood with
Andrews and Carter, not to elcvaln
machtno politics but to deal with po
litical conditions as they are, not as
they might be. to pull Hawaii forward
lather than drag It backward Into thu
purlieus of rancor mid bulled, bitter,
contemptible, personal and unjust war
Tlils Is tho fact 1 hi- partisans of
tho straight ticket nre the men who
have glvin their linn to nlti-nd pro
1 1 ii t inietliigs, vole ut pilmarlcM and
go to conventions ami cast their bal
lots for the advancement of politic .il
lo.idltlons. not digindntlon The) have
done this vvhllo newspaper curs snarl
eelund hjpoerltcH smeied. doing noth
ing but awaiting the time when tin-)
may prey on the ticket us :i whole and
then announce what should have been
June to make- It pur,-
Partisans of the straight tic kit todn)
may or may not have contested with
Andrews or Carter or both lu the pri
maries, but undi r nti) circumstances
they stood shoulder to shoulder to
carry through the straight ticket
which resulted from the primaries and
the conventions And thus they did
.he work from which the business men
piofltcd by virtue of Iho success ti
partisan organization which elim
inates ilass division mid class voting.
Mound principle bus not changed lo
in) from what It was In pluvious dec
H ut cess of (lie stiulght Republican
ticket means political and government
The spilt tli kit proposal means
chaos, and thu success of the must ills
re put ibh- campaigners' campaign tin th
uds Hawaii bus ever known
HONESTY IS SATISFACTORY
The morning splle-imnpalgnirs now
say they must get Into the- police sta
tion lu older to obtain I.KIIIT on tho
administration of llrovvn.
I'ur two vears they have had (Irani!
Juries lollowlng their false scents of
criminal attack In search or l.KHIT
Tor some- part of that period they
had a I'iukerloti detective ns well ns
theli privule deli-itlvc-K chasing round
thu town lu search or l.KHIT tigiiinst
Tor months the) had lu the .SheillT's
olllce Win Ilelir), us surcessor to
lliown, it ml with ample facilities tu
They hnvo stopped Just short of
criminal perjury in court, In their cam
palgn struggle to throw unjust l.KHIT
I.. A. Thurston wrote- a litter tor
Supervisor Adams In which he tried
to make the public believe thul mure
l.KHIT was needed ugalust Drown. Ho
Tor months every avenue has been
c pen, and, having found nothing with
vvhli h they might coin line an honor
nhlo mini or the Irregularities of
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 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 BEATENI
Stock up now, while the
Is all In your favor.
lliown, they are still searching for
They now say Hint In order to ob
tain LIQHT they must be In control of
the police station.
Wouldn't that mako nnonc but n
natural born Idiot smile ?
Thurston says Drawn Is an honest
man What more I.U1IIT Bhuutd lie
Honesty satisfies the otcis.
Honesty lg o mifllclenl I.K1HT for
incut everybody in Oiilin County
Health and School.Boards
Working Together '
After the meeting of the Hoard of
Health )csterday the me.nbcrB Infot
mall) discussed the iiuusllon or vacci
nation In thu schools, l'resldent l'lnk
ham muted thnt It was ImpoHslblu for
thu Hoard to handle this matter, as
tin re had been no appropriation mado
tor the- purpose, but that It was better
to have- It dono by t lis (lovernment
doctors If possible, Stcrttary Char
lock culled attention to the- law mak
ing a teacher liable- tu a fine of $S If
mi un vaccinated child was allowed In
the same class with vaccinated chil
dren. As there Is no monc) to bu used
lor a general Inspection or thu work,
thu Doaid or Health can take no uc
Hun. Ill speaking of tho matter today Su
perintendent or Schools Habhltt said:
"I'loni the article- In the morning
paper one- might think that wo wore
at swords' paints with Ihu Hoard of
Health. This would be very far rrnm
ti-JC There are no Ooveriimenl ph)
slclans available for a general cam
paign on vaccination and so nothing
can be dono In this way. Neverthe
less, when special cases have come up
I have referred them tu I'rusldout
l'lnkham of thu Duard or Health and
he- has always taken a most satlsrac-
tory attitude towards us In every way.
We could nut possibly complain lit tlio
way we- havo lulen tiealed by him or
Ihu members of thu Duard "
Polfce,Machine, Lane and
Liquor Law To Be
Tiday the final details of the- poll
leal debate, which Is to bu held ut Hi
Oiphcum next Saturday nljht betweea
thu Republicans uud the Democrats,
were made and It Is now regarded u.i
absolutely ceilaln that the eveut will
come oft Tlie in rnngemeuts wcru made'
between A O M Robertson, lepresunt
Ing the Hi-iiublkntiB, mid V A Kin
ney, uitlng for the De-niucrals.
'1 Jim npiul.frs fur thu Itupiibllcnii slda
will bo R. W llri-eknns, H. A. Douthltt
and Aluum Lewis, Jr. On tho Demo,
iratle bldu will bu W. A. Kinney. Clin
ton J lltitchlus uud (illbert J Waller.
Tho UemoiiaU will open, whereupon
the gpi-ike-is will ultcrmite, thu Re-pub-llcana
closing i:aeh of the speaker
will bu ulluvvf I twenty minutes, glvlnu
each party one hour. The order of tin
speakers nod the subjects on which
they will speak will bo us. follows:
Clinton J Hiitchliis will open will
bpu-ch on tho Mibject of Cuban au
i ;xiillou mid the general attitude of
the two nutlonul parties on thu mutter
of colonization. R. V. Ureekons will
leply in Hutihlns O. J. Waller will
then speak on tho second subject
namely the llcpior law, tho mlsudmlnU
nation of pollio department, and ma
chine politic i Douthltt will leply In
this, whereupon the third subject, the
land question, will bu treated by W. A
Kinney, to whom Lewis will furnish
tho leply United Stutea District Judge
S. D Dole bus been chosen to act iib thft
presiding ullker I
Tho debate will begin at 8 o'clock lu
the evening ami will be finished by,
about 10 o'clock The Beats will bo ill-1
vldid between tho Republicans and the
Democrats, each purty being given halt I
the tickets. It has been so arrange ill
that tho rows will nlteruute, tho Rept.h 1
Hums oceup)lug unu llnu of scats, the I
Democrats thu next mid so on. Tho'
tickets will be distributed by thu mem
bers of the Central and County eou'
tulttccs uf buth parties. I
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 31, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. j
Joii'ph Smith uud wf to Mary Ann
Leu I) I
Mury Ann l.ee lo II Wuterhoiisu Tr
Co Ltd tr M
Nellie M Klmgel and hsb to West
cm k Haw u luvst Co Ltd. . M
Chlug I.iiiu ami wf to C Ah Chung., 1)
C Klviii and wf to Mut Ion C Crook ,T)
L'u H)uk Akiii and hsb lu Irwin II
lleadlu n D
liwln II Diadlu H and wf lu K Kn
K Kuwusuiil uud wf to lllihunl II
Trent 1r M
I : i 1 1 1 - C Jiiehl hy ntty lu llt'lill I
Entered for Record Nov, 1, 1006,
From 0 m, to 10130 a, in,
Annie li 1,11) u l.'u "yiik Ahini
I mid hsb ltd
; REPUBLICAN TICKET
I Delegate to Congress
I J. K. KALANIANAOLE
I Territorial Senate
I C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
j L. L. McCANDLESS
W O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H, 8. KALCO
E. A. C. LONG
E, W. UUINN
W. T. HAWLIN8
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUGHES
Representatives Fifth District
S. P. CORREA
I JOSEPH KALANA
A. S. KALEIOPU
II. N. KANIHONUI ,
I H. W LELUIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATERHOUSE
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIS
S. C. DWIGHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HUSTACE, JR.
8. W. LOGAN
Walanae and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
JOHN FERNANOEZ I
H Anno to Y Mlkaml IIS
It Degawa to D Takela lltf
S Pali and wf to Wahliie- Aiikal....!)
Wahlnc Aiikal and hsb to Hellene
Recorded Oct. 27, 1906.
I'alenlll K Huokano and hsb lo Jno
It D'Almelda; M: Int lu est or U Ku
lleknma dec In Ter or Haw; $100. II
I 281, p 4GG. Dated Oct !R, 190C.
I Annie I. Roe and hsb (V C) to Wst
,& Haw n lnvtmt Co Ltd: M: lota Ii,
0 nnd 7 or 11 l'u 3923, Ap 2 and C303,
II r 278'.). Wulklkl Rd, Honolulu: ini)(l.
D 281, p 4B8. Dated Oct 20, RWC.
Yokoyama .Mlneklihl et al to Man-
iii-I Qunl; IIS; cuno crop cm 8 1C-100
ucres laud, I'onohawal, Hllo; $W. 11
281. p 387. Dale-d Oct 23. 190li.
Opuutil and wf to Kaulinl (w); D;
Ap 1, It I' M47, Kill Slfil. ,,iK and fur
nllure, Wiilehu, Maul; V. II 287, P
in. Dated Oct 13, 190G.
1 The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, puullshcd In the Saturday Bull
I tl.i and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comolti reiurqe f " I
gat notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real et
, Ute trMMctlons. Evening Bulletin,
75 per month. Weakly Bulletin.
Sti tr vmr
In Fall Creations
Characteristic of Superi
ority and originality In
design and workmanship.
OUR PRESENT STOCK OF ORNA.
MENTAL COMBS IS EX
AND THE PRICE8 ARE MODERATE.
Call and See Them.
EVERYBODY SMILING. j
Because WALL, NICHOL8 CO.,
LTD., received by the two last steam
I ers 1t8 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young; XMAS
ICARD8 and CALENDARS; GIFT
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i child should have the Latest THE
TCDDY D and TEDDY Q.
ROOSEVELT BEAR BOOK.
Come early before they are all gone,
IWall, Nichols Go,,
VOT T Want the ,clcst and Purcst
IvU Whiskeyi don't you?
OLD JAS. E.
(HANDMADC SOUR MASH)
Is always well aged and It is purity Itself.
Made and bottled In the Jss E. Pepper Clstlllsry of Kentucky, estab
lished In 1780.
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902 904 NUUANU STfiEET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN TINE WINES &. LIQUORS.
What is Renola?
The most delicious Ice cream that was ever made. It has a founda
tion of the richest, purest Jersey Cream, whipped to a lightness that puts
s feather to shame. The recipe for thlt delicacy was evolved In the 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
perfection reached In lee cream making.
We mould RENOLA In tjrlcks varying In size from one to four quarts
and In any desired flavor to order.
ONE QUART ft .75
TWO QUARTS MM?
FOUR QUARTS SiJ.lO
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.
Have You Tried This Butter?
Creamery Table Butter
Im one of tl-iu bct Crcumery hti tci
i ever hroujfht to Honolulu.
t i Vliy not iilve ut i trltil
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.,
TEL. MAIIS 251
The favorite, always fresh and
sweet and retains those qualities un
til the last atom la used. There Is no
better butter brought to Honolulu.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 43.
Ice Cream Parlors,
Two Low-Priced Specials
We want you to visit our store. To Induce you to do eo
and see our excellent line of Dry Goods we aro offerlnn for
this week TWO LOW-PRICE SPECIALS They arc In several
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HOME OF GOOD THINGS
Our BUTTERNUT and GERMAN
BREADS arc the most nutritious
breads made, and THE PALM'S bak
er has the knack of making his bread
Just a bit better than others. Ask for
either of these breads; you will like
them and they cost no more than the
ordinary kind, although they are Much
What we truthfully claim for the
bread is also true of our Home-made
CANDIES. They are made here un
der the management's careful super
vision, thus assuring their cleanly
WJiy not try them?
110 HOTEL NEAR FORT ST.
ilrk I'EH YARD
10k I'EH YARD
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4W.ttf$U J tfcltl.