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1'. H BUlKfUTTE.
Ntary rubllc. Klrst Judlc'-il Circuit.
.NOV 2, l'JOti
" No evidence has been presented to
me which I consider sufficient proof of
his" Brown "being personally cor
rupt" Lorrin A. Thurston,
Why didn't Tliurstoii give u Tow
lines on his anxiety to uphold County
Cun you subscribe to Thurston's
moustrutis proposal to brand an utll
clal us corrupt whllu confessing that
ifter n two years' search thero Is no
evidence In provo tho ehurgo?
Thurston udmlts that Drown Is hon
est. Thurston udmlts that Brown Is ca
pable. Do ou believe In the election of
honest and capable 'men to office 7
' Thurston says he Is a Itepubllcan.
If this be true, why does his newspa
per support the Democratic candidate i
for Delegate, tho Democratic candi
date for County Sheriff, mid any and
all attacks mado on local self-govern
inent ? Hven laukea, whom Thurs
ton's paper suys would scare n cbanio
Icon, has been more of a Republican
thuu Thurston ever was.
The. letter written by Tliuistnii In
his paper this morning Indicates u
nicety of selection und Ingenuity of
Invention combined with a curious
mix-up of Innuendo and political hy
rocrlsy. that is Interesting.
Thtiiston evidently tries to make the
public believe that In expressing the
conviction that Drown Is not dishonest
ho did not say Drown Is honest,
Thurston seems to think that when
ho admitted that Drown Is the more
capable man of the candidates for
County Hherln he did not say that
Drown was the better man.
Ills attempt ut refutation of the
Btatement made to thu lliilletlii by u
business man of thu city is a quibble
from start to finish.
Thurston would have it appear that
thero are degrees of honesty, and
when hu admitted that Drown was
not dishonest he didn't exactly give
him n clear record for Integrity He
trlc'B to further cpiallfy It now with a
despicable type vf Innuendo" that no
evidence has been presented to me
which I consider sufficient proof of his
being personally corrupt."
This last phrase of his becomes In
nuendo by virtue of the attack ou
Drciwn's administration which follows
In Thurston's letter It Is repetition
of the general flru of suggestion of
wrung that litis appeared In tho news
mid editorial columns of Thttiston's
Taken lu connection with tho vicious
Ktuteiueuts ugalnst lliowu that have
nppcared In tho Advertiser for Ihu pust
two years, nud particularly the anxie
ty of Thurston's paper for light,
Thurston's admission over his own
signature lliat " no evidence!" has been '
presented to It I id which la " siilllclent
proof" of lliowu "being personally,
toirupt ' Is o coiifi'tsluii which plows
beyond iiiesilnn Ihu peifirt iiiUrcpri-l
rimiiitiou to which lliowu has been
siibjeeieil ui Ihu hands of Thuision
Was then anthing ever ntnre niori"
stroui than Dili arlnilstloo, ulli'l' nil
lliul bus liveii printed In l.onlii A,
THURSTON AND CHAMELEON POLITICS
Thurston's Advertiser Editorial No
vember 4. '04
"lnttkea Is an mutable, vacclllatlng
man who has bolongcd to all three
parties In a year und cannot he de
pended upon to move In any given po
lltlcal ill i ect Ion ir the wind ehanges
He has confesse'd to having ludellblu
spots on his record Hut his most se
rious fault as a Delegate In Congress
woiil I li. his lilltul. unreasoning; hatted
"ir whll" men and wlil'u mi ii'i! metis
llliuiHliiti s Advertiser IMItmlal Au
gust 2.1. IliulJ
The gioat question with I lie Deiuu
(lali now llH'V liuvu mimed laul.eu fur
'CougiesB is whether tin1 can keep
lal tn Detimrrnlir until the end of lliu
He has belonged to nil three parllei
within u jcar und back of that had a
How-sou see It now don't iceord which
would have scared a chameleon.
(JiH"Mi i:mma had the honor. hiic-Ii
ns It was, or bringing laukea Into pub
lle notice She made milt li of thit
.Htalnnrt out li. hut the first good op
'portunlly he deserted her for that ot
The king Kept lilm nmiisi'it with dec
uratlve trllles ami laukea was fairly
loyal to his second benefactor, but
I when l.llliiiikulanl t-iuue to the tlirouu
'he turned against her mid bcenmei unit
ul Hie few natives who supported Urn
I Luring that period lie went to Wash
'lngtoii as an atteiidunt of l'lcsldcnl
Dole, whom he subsequently opposed,
i Upon annexation lie became an ard
ent Itepubllcan but falling of office tin
Joined the Home Utile party and ran
on its iiiunty ticket last fall for As
ressor Before long ho became a inur
plot in Home Itulo counsels and then
,wcnt over to the Democrats.
Where he will go next even he can
'not guess but those who now him
i best put least reliance In his Demo
Thurston's paper to crcato the Impres
sion In the public mind that Brown Is
Indee I col nipt ?
Lurrln A. Thurston cannot deny
that he has had his paper conducted
In n manner which would aid Its tend
ers In drawing the conclusion that
Drown Is corrupt that he Is conduct
ing a corrupt political machine.
There has been nothing In the list
of Innuendo and Invective which
Thurston's paper has not used to ed
ucate the people of this County to the
linn conviction that Brown Is corrupt.
Ills campaign has been Incessant,
and the fact that on each and every
occasion these statements havu not
been made over his signature does not
release Thurston from responslhlll'y
for the campaign which hu now con
fesses Is ngalnst u man whom he
admits Is not dishonest, whom he has
confessed to being personally more
capable than laukea.
If the moral sentiment of this com
munity has not been so thoroughly
blunted by the Brahmin caste theory
J. H. HERTSCHE.... General Manager
i , ocmo nnoitiM),
Matlock Avenue $36.00
Young Street 26.25
Lunalllo Street S0.00
McCully Street 20-00
Emma Street 12.S0
Deretanla Street 40.00
Aloha Lane 18.00
, King Street 35.00
, Nuuanu Street 50.03
Prospect Street 50.00
Merchant St. (offices) 15 00
Young Street 50.00
Lota at Kalmuki for cash or in
exchange lor sugar ktocks,
Henry Watoiiiouse Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Corner Fori ami Merchant SU
' . VI) JiaiGki-'JiyB, t.wmrr.ii.
IThmslon'a Open l.etler Advertlsei
Nov. 2, 'OCJ
As to laukea, I have known him for
nearly thirty ears. Ho has nmilated'
with several political parties mid fac-1
lions during that lime. Let lilm who
has lived In Hawaii during that period
and not done llkewlie, throw the first I
He has filled a number of public of '
(Icon and filled them all not only with
honesty mid nblllly, but with distinct
redit lu himself ntul to his Hue
l'lom my lung iitcpijlntuuci" with!
lit in. from my belief lu his honesty, I
(torn my knowledge of his nblllly,
from his pledges lh.it In will do lib
best to enfoire the law ,
that one of the family rati do no
wrong, the voters of the County should
ilse tiit on election clay and give the
only response which honest men can
give to the monstrous Rplto-cumpalgn
which Thurston through his paper has
To what depths has this community
fallen If It will stand for tho proposi
tion Thurston presents, which Is pine
tlcally this: "You are not one of my
Mud, und, although I confess jou me
not dishonest, I will do my best, with
out becoming Involved In criminal law,
to put you before the public In such a
That Is what Thurston means.
Tho record of his paper und his own
letter which starts out with Judi
cial culm and then warms up lo the
stump speech heat of enthuslustle ex
aggeration and misrepresentation, elo-
fluently Interpret the pmposu and In
tent of the campaign hu has made, i
campaign which the old mid conserva
tive citizens agree Is the most ellsrep-
HOW TO BE
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belongings from fire.
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Our Stocks of
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the usual heavy Fall buy
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Our Lines of
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Stock up now, while the
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And wi cm
MISS OTELLA WELLS,
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I nilrttlll not stop falltDg of Iti ownieeord,
. ted lb looser you let It go without trutment
in ttilaiier It becomes, and tho more diffleult to
cure. Blck bilr.Juit like stele people, will die
I It not cured. You can savo tho lislr'i Ills wltn
Dsoderloo. II makes tho hslr crow irauiusUy
, truck and loojr.snit (Ires It ttut mtural slots
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utnble they huve ever known during
their years In the Inlands.
It should be home In mind that
Thurston has not lacked for opportu
nity to prove llrnwii incapablu and
Ho lias been hmid-ln glove with tho
Covcrnor and all the material lie
might havo ugalnst Drown.
Thin stem wrote tliu letter of Super
visor Adams to the Hoard of Super
visor!! which tho Adveitlser Is forever
"inciting. As u friend und co-worker
with the flovernor ho has had thu At
torney General's Deputt incut at his
disposal, and Adams was u member of
the County Iloaril committee on po
lice. At thu end of the two years' war ou
Drown, In spile of all the open ways
to prove Drown Hooked, If ho were m
Thurston on this dtiv has to confess
that Drown Is not corrupt, that he Is a
mure capable man than his opponent,
and thai during all these iiiunlhs he
l.as not found siilllclent evidence tu
convince) him of Drowns dishonesty us
Th3 tsstiu which Thurston putsi he
fore tho peopto Is whether or not they
will allow an honest man to be brow
beaten, misrepresented ntul maligned
just lo sntlsly jpnp man's spite.
If Tor no other reason Drown should
be re-elcclcil us n protest against the
malicious i.nd lloiouglily unmanly at
tack made on lilm.
The admission of thu Y. Man Young
confeeslou lu evldeiico by the judge of
tho Clicitlt Court Is the most perfect
lefutallon of tho water-cure torture
charge laid ut thu door of Henry Vlda.
This confession would never bo nil
milled In u court of justice If theio
were the slightest evidence lo piove
that It lead been extorted by tliu ex
quisite lurture to which Vlda Is charg
ed with having subjected this Korean
It means that the campaign of villi
Ocatlon against Vlda, und tho effort to
prove lilm u monster of the first do
ireu Is ou a par with tho other moil
ktieius nilsiepiesentattoiis to which the
organ of inUrcprcscutatlou bus, treat
c-tl thu police officials.
In other words, thu morning paper
lied and It knew It lied.
It charged the Hoard of Supervisors
with white-washing thu police In this
The record of tho court proves that
thu Supervisors would havo been next
door lo ciltiiliiuls thumsulves hud tbej
clonii other than they did.
Ho laukea has nlllllnted wlih sev
eral political panics and factious dur
ing that lime Let him who has lived
here during that period thirty )cuia
lend not dune likewise!, thlow Ihu Hist
slotiu. I.. A. Thiirstuti'H open letter.
Anyone tuiiualiitiM vyltli Thurston'
record would nut expect lilm to heavo
Thurston was the man who whllu lu
Washington working for annexation
told ihu people theio of thu Hawaii
iiiih' great capacity for self-goveiii-nicnt,
nud utter ho got homo madu
Ihioiigh his paper a most vicious cam
paign ngalnst thu llawnllans, and has
lotight every advance! toward mom
liberal M'lf-noverniiieiit within tho
1'er stun- Mlkaliuln, fur Kiiuul ports.
I Nov I - l.uely Herntn, J. II. Cimc,
I Chock Hon, Anthony Ziihllin. (1. (.'. Hot
guard. It rluiilh, King Han, V. Vo-
' A festive crowd wns gatheied at out
ol thu loiul icioili whciei all good
llilugs in tat and ililnl. uru tcrved lust
1 night in bid farewell in "llllly" ling
laud, who leaves fur tho Ciusl nil the
Ken en ii; iilieiiinun "llllly" Is lu.iv
lug Honolulu iiiiimii)imlly mid will
iniike his Inline In Hail 'liilli-'u
I (' I-' und W i, Knuliiiul letivii uieliiy
I lor the Kiili wi Hio Iviiiisi
Workman On Nuuanu
Dam Go On Strike
Krom tipper Nuiianii valley n repoit
leached town ycstenhiy afternoon ol
n big Btilke among the workers em
ployed mi Ihu Nuiianii reservoir mid
il tt in. It was stated that nmout u hun
dred men had gouu on strlku. and thai
they Intended to nuke trouble) for tlio..e
workeis who continue 1 tu work.
Superintendent of 1'iihllc Weuks Hot
lowny staled today that about SI) men
went on u strike because) they hail not
lecelveel tlulr wage's He did not know
whether they bad gone luck tei work
L. M. Wliltchemse, the contractor,
who has ehnrgei of the) work, Hald that
about lllleen men li.ul si nick. White
hdiqo was I tithe" habit of paying hi
men off on the first Saturday of every
month, except when It fell befuru the
lourl, when he was unable to get Ills
pay rolls up In time, and payment was
deferred mull the second Saturday
This wns the ease about, every four
months, when minor strike ciceiiriel
wlih unfailing regularity They never
nmouttted to anything, the men being
r.eiicuny glad to go hark tu work nflci
u few days,
Money Lender Martin
At His Old Tricks
I Another man has filed articles of
' bankruptcy In tho Federal Court w the
rcsiiu in me money lending practices
followed by Charles S. .Martin, whii -
appearing in cases of this kind with
gicnt frequency of late,
This time n young engineer from
Wnlpahu. named William Kiihln, Is the
victim. Ho borrow eil about fM) from
Mm tin some months ago and ever since
his wages huvo been gariilsheed mid
the money thus obtained has gone In
tho payment of Interest Instead of tho
reduction of the principal. This got to
hu u rather tiresome iirooosltlon und
as far as could ha seen them was no
I chance for anything better so the bank
ruptcy ptoceeiiings nave resulted.
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