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KVEtUNO HULI.RTIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1900.
FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
'NOVEMBER, 190C. "
1 HOHOLULU STOCK EXGHAN6F
I HONOLULU, Nov. 1. 1906
NAMf Of SlOC PilJ Ul
" I Plar ft f-t" l ou,uw
Yll t Hl Plantation Cu .. 5jooa,
Man Young Case Goes rwr'
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. On Without Presence
SAYS SHE IS VERY
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I KhjWti PlinUtlon Co.
I Kibfl fliPtition Co Ltd
loin .Sugar Co ,...
i McHrytt Srfar Co .....
Gti i Sugr Co ..!
OnonttJ Sulf Crj .
UokaU Vifff nni t.i
rnun r t mi trnnt (llnwulu t.d
runu ur nit mjkean ?... s.ryr.
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Haflfir Su?ar Mitt
WHO WILL WIN ?
Tho Democrats have done no hnaslliijt as In the results of. tills campaign.
They know too well tliu power of tlm Sheriffs ofllco anil tlio power of money
nml ll(iior to count nuy chickens before they aro hatched. Hundreds of men
nro under tlm Sheriffs thumb beenuiii lliey aro lUIng In a way that make
them llahle to the law; many couples aro living tOROther unmarried, and thu
pollcu know It ninl these pcoplo knqw that tho police know It. The law has
lieen relaxed agnttst many a man In other ways and sucji person. put under
nhllgatlou to tho 1'ollce Department. All theso people nro being emphatically
reminded of tlio lavors they have received. The saloons nro reaping an.l
hac reaped n tremendous harvest of money from a wide-open town. The mrs, EMMELUTH ACKNOWLEDGES
gamblers have thriven for the name icason. The 1'ollce Department Is get- DOING ALL IN HER POWER TO
'ting everything out of the use of liquor possible, and how potent that Is the
history of elections demonstrates beyond question. The machine starts thus
with an enormous vote shackled to It by a common Interest and a guilty con
science. To start with that vote Is more than. half the battle right theic.
The Democrats, standing for the enforcement of law, must loso that entire
voto; moreQvor, every law-breaker Is apt to becomo an active worker for the
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wr, .,, u uuuui nun uiu iiuinu-MiniKs oi wiuhu wnu uru rraimigu me iinrcan in me puuee station niimv- iu imu.c I
harvest rrom n wide-open town nru not being loosened for Ilrown? Thousands .cd ns evidence. ".'?" X 'i
of dollars have been raised to elect Ilrown, and that money Is now being used ' . T"" m,ml. Important witness put on M" , ,, ,
with a lavish hand if In addition to these odds against tho Democratic Py!t.riS,WS;!irirRto
any material bunch of decent voters In either party switch to Ilrown It means i knowlc.lgments which were very pleas J . !
uniiucsllouably u Ilrown victory. Therein lies "tho mischief of tho support jnr to thu prosecution. Shu Bluled' jj,lkf.!,,"c'0 i.tc
of thu machine by V. O. Hmlth and other men of his standing. He and hla that shu wns very Intimate with thy i h S.i Co J p c ?.?.
llko nru leading peoplo to support Mr. Arthur Ilrown because they themselves JS"w""n0lSn,,?1l,! Z?' m"R, "'" ' BKkT'ft &S5ST
lire dolne to. mid Smith Is helne nutted .in tho Lack even- .lav hv thu machlnu ?. V ??". '!,l".S. " V"1. '".V" '. V""! . .K'?"1-- '""'- P
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nnuu-nr In mwu .' Uarw Sutar Co 6 p C
' In the case of the Terrltoiy s. Y.
Man Young, which Is going on today
lefore Judge Lindsay the Jury Is still
excused while evidence Is being Intro
duced In thu nttempt of thu proseeu-
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Mli PlinltlfjTi Co
Pftlo Sur Co
l'l..nf Mill l.o
Wlilu Agricultural Col
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Wailuku Sugar Co Scr
Walmaratii Suvar fin..
Wiiiii M1IIC1 ....
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Hawaiian I I'Ctrlc Co H
Hon k T S. L Co Cum
Mutual Tflttnio Co
Oahu H Ji L Co .- .
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to do the trick. Ho Is put forward to demnnd n straight vote for tho wlmlu fond of him. She In answer to tines-
Republican ticket. Meanwhile, the machlnu Is securing thu vote of the tlons acknowledged holding his hnndsp.tai'i.ni in.
li.n.lnrlnln nn.l ,f n wliln.m.rn lr,u-n I..- Il...lr nun mnll,nU Vnrllv lliov nr,i '"SI lllglll BUCr IIIO COIirt Hail 11111011111
entitled to that for tho Polko Department hu come to be a part of the tcu- (khh,,m.W ? " " "
tlvrloln district ttseK, but, thry are not entitled at the same time to the decent) sho stated that as the rMili of her
vote, neither to have men like Smith pulling chestnuu out of the Are for jbtisyliiK heraeir U) HiIh cano that her
them. If, nevertheless, they succeed In thlrf trofirarii of Oood I-ord,' Oood (home had been broken up an J that her
Ola Sugar C06 f. c..
I Pioncr Mill Co I p c .
I MctlryJt S Oi.
local and general a!wm?mjm?m!Hjmnmwmmwni&
I Children s Pumps I
Two or three simple statements of
fact In a Bulletin Want Ad. may
chanue and enlarge the whole outlook
for you I
The Ulole tilh 'I illtulier.
Autos fui hlrr at Tr. Slubles p
Your grocer sells I'ol llre.ikf.ist Finn! i
Mrs J. Kpenscr arrived floii llilu :
this morning. f . .
Mrs. Von r-'eggern nrilved fioui Ka , i-
lint 11 1 this morning. JJ
A. II. lugalls mid wlfo 1 nine In from aw
Kuhiilul In t'io Ulnudliie. J-
Miss I.uUlnl .Smith uiid Mix l.my $Z
Rmlth nirlvcd this morulni; from K.i-1 -
Tl.n iraniport Thonias It ill irluirgliig n
nhinit I2uu tons of coal for the Navy ri
Don't miss the 'Trlil.iy 1 IjI" ''
iiioiiou iiKnilng at VliHm '.
A (oiiipetent bookkei'per desires an
lAtra i-et of hooks to ko"p. See Want
Complaint Is made of the dej.nsltln'
of garbage on the Waiklkl side of th i
Mr. ('. V. Ashford. hailng been suit
home by the doctor, last Thursday, Is
Hill itilte III at home.
V. K. Illlss, with his i-on and Mica
llllss. arrived In the Clniullne tmlay
lioni Kaliuliil. '
Tiy Dr. B 1 1. Motrin's ctromu '
olnlment. for sale by Mrs. Doris I.
I'arls, l"orl street, opposite convent
TheCalholli- Ladles' Aid Society will
mo-t at the t'ouvent tomorrow atter , WVWMMAMAAMrVWWVM
111x111 nt 3 o Ylotk. Impoitant business. '
The I'. M. S. S. Algo.i has nhnut fin
Thu Nuwuxl unci i?inirluL Htintlny
Ounotnjj or I3uity iilippur - Mpeelnlly
oi'tluruc! tM MUtfUt'Mtcd Ity Mrn. (ltittti
iM the Iii'.umL mill proper tlmiclntr
B Prices, $2, $2,50, $3
Mntent Kiel rind While Ciinvtm.
Nv on ExIiJhitioi-i
Sales Ilctween Hoards- 10 lion. II.
i. M. Co.. $.27; 75 Oahti Sug Co , $117.10.
i'esKlon 20 Kwa. $21.71.
Devil, neither Smith-noitiny one In IiIr class wllphave any nioroicontrol over-l
the machlnu after election day than over u runaway horse.
THE SACK OPENED!
The sack of thu saloon and the gambling Joints has been opened with a
vengeance tho pnst forty-eight hours. From a score of different sources word,
comes In that thu money hack of a wide-open town Is loose and doing its
work. If tlieru has been one thcru hnvu beun a dozen prominent Hawaiian
Democrnts that have omu In to Democratic headquarters In tltu past forty
eight hours and Hinted that Democrats art) being approached to act as In lion
for Ilrown and Vldn. Some have accepted tho money; others unquestionably
have accepted the money and fallen Into lino to do tho bidding of Drown and
Vlda. Men have been paid bb high as $11), nominally to be lunas, virtually
for their vole. Thu reader may say It is incredible that $10. should bo offered
for a Hlngle vote; such persons should sit down and attempt to flguru out
what saloons and thu gambling Joints can afford to pay for immunity in
fleecing thu public without restraint of law or police supervision for tho next
two years. Thu saloons and gambling Joints nlono can afford to pay $10,000. to
keep Ilrown In and then make a handsome profit as against thu prolUx that
can be made If they are to keep within tho low tho next two yearH. You
citizens of Honolulu aro up agalnsl It ! This ilocs not mean that wu glvu up
hope. It does mean that each man who stands for law and order must put
his shoulder to tho wheel actively and energetically. It means lurther that
tho fow llko V. O. Smith, who are lending themselves to untold mischief,
should receive absolutely no comport or support In their Inane talk for a
husband hud left her.
The fctt-ntlppril li.Hllniriliv whlr-li ulm
j;avi In fnvor of the defendant was In $77.60 per ton
lelatliin to his condition when nt tlu
police station. At this lime she testl j
tied thnt he was excited and In u fev
erish condition. She went Honloiikly '
when on the stand
The prosecution will put on a num
ber of witnesses who will swear that I
tho (oufesslon wiih voliiutarv and
that theru was no force of any kind j
used to obtain It. Henry Vlda iontrii-
dieted the asuerllons Hindu iu n-ganl
to the. alleged "wntercuro" and thu' Members Hon. Stock and
cross-exanilnutlon by Attorney Light I change.
fool failed to get any admission or vli j 912 FORT ST. TCL. MAIN
lenco from him. Officer Joe Leal and LOANS NEGOTIATED.
Latest ougar quotation, 3.80 cents or
) per ton.
SUGAR, 3.95 cents
LONDON BEETS, 3s, 9d
Tiiielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND UROKCRG.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Z FORT STREET
mmmimi m imuumuimm
A QUILTY CONSCIENCE NEEOS NO ACCUSER
It wns amusing to read thu lliilicllii's comment last night upon the recent
arrest of ten men In this town for falsely swearing themselves Into a rcsldsnco
and thu right to vole Iu Sam Johnson's famous precinct of the Sixth. The
bulletin starts In to plead their cause at onco and defend tho Itepubllcnn
machine against what malcontents mny say nbout these arrests. It points
out that only en have been located as ;ct; It points out that these men have
n vote; and ut most merely sworo fnlsely as to their residence, etc. In short,
tho Uulletln ut once begins to uxcusu the Republican machine. Why do that?
I'erhaps these men arc Democratic stutters. Why should Kurrlncton Jump at
once into the arena and say tho machlnu Is not so very gulltyjiftcr nil. Who
charged thnt It was thu Republicans, so called, that did this, or that i'ic;o
htuffers wero Itopubllcan-inachlna Bluffers? l-'arrlngton, you havo been child
ishly frank. You hnve been thinking aloud. You should have laid It upon
the Democrnts nt once and charged that theBu men were Democratic voters.
It Is the old story, however, that a guilty conscience needs no accuser, and
the Immcdlato nppcaranco of tho Republican machlnu through Urother For
rington to present Its upologlcs as to what has happened In the Registration
lists Is a tacit acknowledgment that the machine knows Its reputation among
tho decent voters In this town only too well, and "hollets" not guilty hefoiu
any one had a chanc.u to say otherwise.
Consists in th: proper use of anything
is the drink of
The Temperate Man
THE CA8E ALTERED
At thu last County election, the public. Irrespective uf political creed,
luade'tho mark of its confidence and approval on tho ballot for A. M. Drown,
thereby electing him to practically tho satno ofllco from which Governor Car
ter had recently ousted him. This public act was at onco the vindication of
A. M. Ilrown and thu precipitation of Geo. It. Carter. Uut Urown's ruthless
degradation of his official trust has brought about a rovulslon of reeling
against him on thu part of tho clement that gave him strong support then;
ami, realizing this, ho has turned his attention to the rag-tag and bob tall of
thu tenderloin, whose causo he has gallantly espoused as against thnt of law
and order and common decency, Iliown's misdeeds have nulte naturally
elevated tho Governor In public esteem and tho unfriendly attitude towards
Drown and his Ilk will find expression at the coming election, as a result of
which tho tables will be turned Carter will he vindicated and Ilruwn exterminated.
A watch that won't keep correct ti;:ie is worse
than no watch :it nil. To the tuny nun of to-day a
rultahlc timepiece i.t 1 tost essential.
Our watches are jierlect timckrepet;;.
M. R Counter, Tort St.
a number of other policemen are to bu I'ur tho rciuaind-r of tho week, In
put on the stand this nltcinoon and niiuitlon to tlietr in- vuities oi uomes
wlll tell of tho treatment which was tics, tho Sncha Co me offering u Enmple
received by Y. Man Young while in Hue of black bill: mats nml Ktons al
the police station. i unusual prices Se window ilUnlny.
The admission of thu confession will -
not bo decided till late In tho afternoon J mine De licit tl U n.ornlng handed
ns the defence Is putting up a strong down a written ilc islou for tho pl.iln
llght to keep it out unit thu cross-ex tiff in the sum of J:'i In thu cuso uf
inmlnatlon Is very closo and searching. 11, T White vs M 11. IU Hu.
w arsi- J a. era o '
COME OFF, SMITH I
What does Smith mean In his public corrcBpoudcnco with McClnuahan In
using such worn-out chestnuts of debate in his letter ns these ?
" It has been difficult for me in this matter to tnko you
" (McClanahan) seriously." "If I thought any number would
" taku you and your proposition seriously I would bu perfect
" ly willing to meet you und-dlscuss this question." Kor inu
" to consent to a debate would hu 'lending dignity' to a cheap
"campaign device," etc.
SuMi inlu tlio wmilil.liu ilclnitor lonrns to 1180 about tho tituu thnt he Is
discarding his short clothes and iihanduus by tho. t)mu ho'iias .cut, his wihiioiii.
teeth. Go to. Smith ! I.uy thosu chestnuts buck alongside or your sopho
more compositions or next to thu slump of your (list clgur.
THANK YOU, MR. NOAR 1
Mr. Noar has gotten Into print with ft letter to the electotatu setting
forth thu urgent necessity of kelectlug u man of acknowledged probity and
ublllty to (111 tliu Important nlllcu of County Allot ney. Wu cordially ugira
with Mr, Nour'H sentiments telutlvu thereto nml ns pcoplu usually have muiu
rniifldfiicu In n known pel sun than In u sttunger wu can with the gtcuter
luxiinimo solicit thu suppou of thu elecloiuto for our own rundldiilii, Mr. W.
V. Tlm) or. iiKiiiiiHt Minimi lioiioiiililii (inner hu tiufiiiiiiable wnid uiu l"
lllillifiill)' lllleiril nml wliomi rili'illng iimlllos mo it sutu iiiminnli'ii of his
nifn nml suci'i'ssfiil minimi uf tlio ulUie.
Now that his repoit to tho Beeict.iry
of tho Interior Is louiplcled liineinn.1
Curler has n little more time. To cele
brate lie is off on a day's trip to Wnln
luu In his uutumoblle I
a aa a
Hpr"For Rent" carut on sal at
Seraphlna was touuil guilty this
morning of using vulgar iiud piofano
liiuguage, utnl was lined tho sum of J.',
plus costs iimounilii'; to t'i.'M.
C'ropley wa3 booked nt the pollm sta
tion last night ; tho tliarge of ill link-enness.
Ished taking cargo and will piohably
sail for Yokohama late this allernron.
Waiklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Ilergln. Acconimndnttons, supplies
und atteudanco absolutely first class.
I'meat bathing on the beach.
The Hoard of Governors of the Ma
wall Commercial Club met last night
und dlrrtiescd the plans for tho club ,
iiuaitirs In the MiCaudless block.
The Iloaid of Hiipervlsuis or the I re..
Kindergarten of Children's Aid Asso
iliillim will hold Its ri'gul.tr tnecllug
Friday morning. No ember "ml, nt !i:0
o'clo.-k In the Y. W. ('. A. rooms
Thu building of thu new biilldlngi
for thi O.ihu College will bu begun ii
Minn ns the scho'iner Alice Cuiko .it
rives from the Koiiiul with a million
lett of lumber. Khe Is now out fifteen
Tin- Ii'ii'" mi Sticrtl Unllwav Iti-ne-111
Ajuoi hillnii will gle llH second
.iiiiiual shlrl.iUt iliuie at I'lotest
Mall Sal.trdio eeuliig, November I'lh
'lli-hit-t f.il tents e.icb. Tor sale by nil
The lloyal Hawaiian Glen Club has
Isoied lnllitlons to ii luau given In
(ilebration of thu aiinlvcrtinry of the
i,i;;mii7.HIoii at the home of Its ui.in
nser j. K. N.ilnoa, nt l'auiia, on Krl
Th"ie v.ii an exciting runawii) on
King strcrt i-ilrril ly iifternomi. a
l.orm hai in-sued to ii brake belonging,
it I said, to the Hawaiian l'ettllzer
Works, wiecklng the brake but ilollir
no other I'lim ige.
"Mry Wlgga (if thu Cabbage Patch'
will l imwr.k'il In the diamatli'.ii.i
lorn at the C'irra llouso on the oven
lugs of Nuv.muIh-i' 22 and 2 1 under Hi''
inisiilces ol l.el Ahih.i Chapter, Orili'i
' f Hi.- KiiKiirn Htm.
The steamer Claudilie nrilved ( 111.
inoi nine from Maul and Hawaii with
lieUlit und n fair-sized passenger list
On .Monday she picked up the llnkii
l:iu buoys, which were adrift off the
gulch, and lauded them nt l.uupalioe
lioe. A hop will be given .it tie) Seasldi
Hotel tonight, at which tliu Army und
Navy will ait as hurts. No darners
will he permitted on the floor exieptlng
those Invited by some army or navy
o.llcr or lady. Ttnnsporl olllcirs will
Lc wel onie
To.! ) Is All Kalnl ' day. a holy day
nf olilI'Mllon Al X.'.'.D u. in. there was
iilgh i-iusi ai tin- Cull'olle Church u
f'l .lolin tin- ll.ii.lls.1. K.illlil-wniiiii, In
charge of IteM-ieud I'ather Clement
with mno'i and lollectlon. atidJBut 4
p in., rnniry. ? r '
Spi'ilal excrclsca npptojirlale tp'Ar
bor day will bo held In all of the Behool?
toinoriow morning, those at tho Knmo-
hiiuieha Gills' schcnl being especially
ilalioral" Al the close of the exer-
tlbct. which In most eases will liuludu
short adili essos by well known meu
of the clly, trees will be planted by
The reat.on somo unknown niaraii
ilcr had fur hretklng Into l.uttcd's New
i:ni:laud ltak?ry on lluti-l street Mon-. i,,i,r
I'.ny nlgM. ncnn u myttery Nelthoi 'Ba king
or tlio iao casn regisicrs, until or wuiiii
loutnlnril money, weiu touched, mid 8l
tar as Is known nothing was taken, I'.n
nance was gullied by breaking tho loch
of tho Imk r.cr.ir.
A wilggllng. coulrniing, rarry
shorting i iuv.it of ihildren parked in;
llghtl us children loiild bo Into two
ims. men to the hand ralU to which
many small bauds dung, passeii
thro igh town thla morning bound (ut
the aiuarlum. whither their teachi-ia
were inking them for u prnitlcnl nhjt-il
lesfiin i;.ich i hlld was untied with
pencil mid paper und ho was uxperliu
to draw a plctuie of borno libit whbh
he saw It was a very gleeful little
i umpany und as nulsy ns any tlm l.'lcc-trli-
Coniiiany ever lanled over Us
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.
Hole! Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DRPOT FOR DOSS
TttC HO AD OVERALLS.
Fresh for Hailow'cn
In French Mixed; Floral Series; At
sorteJ, Coif Girls, American Deautlcs,
Ban Cons, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
College Girts, Assorted Nuts, Nuga
tines, Marshmallows, Caramels, Gum
.drops, tec Cream Drops,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
lewis & Company,
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. DETHEL &. HOTEL Gt.
Is a delicious and rafrechlng drink. It
la like an excellent peach in liquid
form. Ack for it. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
Winter Is Coming
So Buy Now and get the full benefit
Well, I say, If you are feeling blue, you certainly don't look Itl Of
course that Is, If your clothes are made by us. We make garments that
have STYLE and GRACE and give to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DISTINC
TION. We make to your Individual measure for the samo price you would
have to pay for ready-to-wears, and we give satisfaction.
SAVE MIDDLE MAN'S PROFITS!
Our niuo Serge Quits at $25 have no equal In town; THEY ARE
GEO. A MARTIN
ON SM.E AT
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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