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EVntlINU BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II . milUY. NOV 2. 1SCC
FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
1 HONOLULU STOCK EXf HAN6F
I HONOLULUjJJot. 2. 1906
I SUMf Oh STOCK fM I'll iS
NOVEMBER 2, 1906.
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Hawaiian An'ruliui Id i,nu!
Mix Com k Suor Co ,m.i sj '
i Hnnomil s,lcraf Co f SO.' l
HonoVaa SuV Co t.a-3,oo
ICahitnl Plantallim Co ti(r
KIMI Plantation Co LMj i,ti.
KlOaWu Sural Co .. rti,g-.c
oina Sucjaf Co ,..-
. rcalm Sural (.a ....
Jury, for fraudulent icKiMr.itlon, In finown So Co ...
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N?: Claim Schuliz And 6o
Andrew lloyfon, cnu of llio inon nr-
in wlil.h lit- llnds liliuxi-lf, mi. laliy In
LE8T WE FORGET
Tills limn n year wto lluwnll wim i-otifiontud wllli tlio prospect of fieo
trade wllli tlio l'lilllliplncs; In fncl, It looked wull iiIeIi certain im If that incur
uro won nliout to pawc In Cuiigri'Hfl. It finally did panic the Holme of Hepr.
xviitnllvcH January l&lb, of tlilfcycar, by no nverwbtdinlng majority utnl final
ly, lo lliu Intense relief of llawall, It wan HtraiiRlcd In Committee In the , ort),, imtttiicnt u( the (hand
Who killed that measure ? Primarily, the beet and cane Migar men on
the mainland. N
What part did Hawnll play In kllllnR It ? A part so small that but for
the Bturdy speech of K. M Hutch In behnlf of Hawaii before the House Com
mittee having Hie bill under consideration, Hawaii's attitude would havo
been very close to a pusillanimous one.
What was.thc matter wllli Hawaii that she tool! n hesitating course ? I ""'" " "r"?V. """". .'..'... , v.ii.riioS..io.
, - . . . . ... . ,. L. .1 Kllll, llCllirUlUK 10 lll BUUUUlfllU. "Illl II W.'IIHI- Mill 1.11 ....
A number of our leading men claimed that It was no use to fight tin- 1(1 mipiorn ,y iioouiiientnry evidence. MibCFUANi-.OUS
I'hlllpplnc Hill, It was bound to win anyhow, and we had better not antago-1 has been lii-ru for (outturn mtintlii. He J,'JiVi' n Vi"e"co C'
nlie the Administration and the Hcpubllcan party. jieglntcred from Harry Klemme'ii loilg Hxii TftLCot'i....
. ... .... - ... . . .... i l.ii Iwiiiun rnrimr nf Otli nil lltlil Willi. HonK IRLWWi
Who was prominent In this contention 7 w. O. Smith, and no nail lo I'D ' " - - ',,:... ,.;,.;" Mmmi itiMhyiw Co
., ......., ... .... uiiin Niri'i'iu, wiiriw, in- iiimiiii, in' mm
wiiippen into line on inc proposition inai iinany prcvaiicu among me piamcis . i -.l constantly since last June, eat
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utiau Surar Piai
no mound tor the clinrge pllt pi,n..iion Co ,
Pvpctktd Suiir Co
".inrrr Mill Co
"I wouldn't have had It happen," he w2ufM"iiKliwTiTfc
ays, "for five hundred dollars." i wmmii vuui i:u ...
4 m wit
J .o I
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that the l'lilllpplnu Hill should be opposed.
In the Advertiser of January 21st, of this year, W, O. Smith says
" I was opposed to the attack on the l'lilllpplnu Hill In
" tlio first place, but I was pomiadvd against my will to agree I
" to It; now I am sorry." i
What would hate been the result If W. O. Smith's program had pre
vailed t The sugar securities of Hawaii here and abroad would have been
on a perpetual blacklist, l'lilllpplnu raw sugar would have been Hooding tlir
Pacific Coast, and thu Sugar Kactors Company would have been fighting fcr
Its very Hie against the trust bleeding the sugar plantations of this country
to supply her coffers In that fight.
What has been the lesult because the Smith policy of non-reslstancn w.is
dumped Into the wastc-basket. where It belonged ? The Sugar Kactors Com
pany which Is fighting the battle of Hawaii to get a fair and full price for
our sugar Is In n prosperous and growing condition. Huwall's market Is
being extended far east of the Pacific Slope and thu sugar trust Is getting
decidedly the worst of It; mid why ? Because the trust has not tho raw
sugar. Tho Sugar Factors Company has the sugar. If the Philippine free
trade had prevailed the trust would have had all tho raw sugar It wanted
from thu Philippines on practically equal terms with Hawaiian sugar.
How did tho work of tho beet sugar men against the Philippines compare
with Hawaii's work on that measure? Comparisons aro odious. Thu beet
and cane sugar men long before thu issue arose sent trusted and skillful
agents Into the Philippines who month after month gathered together sta
tlstlcs and Information that finally riddled tho Tnlt program for free trade.
As far as Hawaii Is concerned it was lucky that we escaped the disgrace
of an out-and-out acquiescence In a measure that was unquestionably a deadly
menace to our welfare.
How does tlioCiiban question now compare with the l'lilllpplnu question ?
It Is the same old question.
What Is Hawaii's course to bo? More pusillanimous flian It was on
Philippine free trade bill If counsels like those offered by W. O. Smith are
One could hardly believe that Smith, after tho weetehed advlco ho gave
twelve months ago In regard to the Philippine bill, would be willing to stand
forth as a self-appointed prophet to point the way under thu sanio condition
which threaten from'Cubar
When the reader thinks where Smith would havo landed Hawaii If Ills
counsels had prevailed; wheiu wu would be today but for thu sturdy an I
aggressive fight of the sugar men on thu mainland, verily, wo feel tempted
to say, as W. O. Smith saldlo McClanahan In his letter tho other day:
" We will not dignify your position by debating it with you."
Mind you, the same argument wub put up against opposing tho Philip
pine bill as is used now as to Cuba. Mr. Smith's statement about the nbsurd
Ity of our " shaking our puny list " nt the rest or the country has merely
been dug up out of the debris left from his program presented n year ago
inviting Hawaii to lay down In the fight against the Philippine bill. The
samu pica against "slapping the Itepubllcan party in tho (ace" nnd so on
ud nauseam did duty then as now, 11 was repudiated then; we hope it will
meet the same fate now.
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Hrlllli'llui; t("t ....
Hl I'fiK pc -.. -H.iw
Trr m li r
Hlw Urr'l 4h P c...
Pl I tintCn
Piontr .Mill Co 6 p c .
Waltlua AiWCn$ o .
MctlivJf S. Ui ti
ng and sleeping Ihcresluco that time
tills Indictment nnd nrret. he claims
are iibcolutcly without cause,
I Harry Klcmmu supports the conten
tion of Uoysen In every particular. "It
Is an outrage," hit said. "Itpvseii itue JJ2-
'been living hero eter slum June, lie cat in Su. k K.i -o
l.ought his own furnltuie and brought , f 6 t
It here. And eteu If he had not been HiwCom SoCo j p.
living here, liu lias been no other idatu, j,sj,jjrc.i6.c ...
except on the wutcrho.it nt tho mity' IknWTfcL cJc JcZ
wharf, nnd that Is In the same district1 Kihukul'intco6pc.
Mid same precinct." laSSiifc!:.' Z
Jjuni-u in i ntu Bi'ituu i m'i"j. una aucar 1'J0 p c
:mi is uiraiu mat ms nrre.u umy cnusc
him to lose his place. He was u dele
gate to the convention.
Klcmme Is much disturbed over hav
ing so many of tlitf registrations cred
ited t ohls place. Only six of lfie men,
he s.iys, registered from mv Iioiifii In
stead of the nineteen they ilalm did.
The rest ramu fiom other lodging
houses In he nelghbuiiiood, but they
laid them nil on me."
Thu ease of Hhtlltz. Klcmmu bus, li
like that of lioysen. Shultz, he elahm
has been living nt Mitchell's lodging i
house, near the corner of (Jueeu and
KlchanU streets, for years, up to a
week ngu, when he took his trunk itwii)
nnd moted to n place next to thu Ter
Shultz Is an old liaruess-niaket
who has been working In various shops
of the city for six or seven ye.irs
Mitchell stiles that Shultz was Ittlnr
nt the house when Mitchell bought It
of Fisher, about thiec months ago, and
I Co ,o
Autos for hire nt Ter. riiHhlts
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Sales llitwre-i llmrds: 111 llriiin-
kaa, Jl; r.U Honokna. (12. Si-shIijii
r V.wa. 2 "'t.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.CC cents or
J77.60 per ton.
and general ymnwHmmiwHwmwwmwwnK
ells t cheaper, p" i
ilrn nt T.r. j4luhl0 aaa1- 'O
If .ton wan to iiaten Jolly good time i '1 "I ' Ti
Eo to the dance at the Seaside tonight j I Ktsj I H 4.011 O V"0 4 A A'WIfS O -
.1 A I'owle and Mis Cowle leave foi VllllLli CI 1 O 1 VAL 1.1 LO tJ
I'ii.ihI this afternoon cm the Korea T i.
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.Mliif.iiii'lil nil nil ii.iiiiiiii m.ii. ... aa-
.tuts, lias lii-en iin.iileil III ihe eje. t "
i,.ent suii of l.llluol.nlaul vs .Manue.' j
The Hoard of Supervlforc will hold
li special meeting this etenllig to In av
me-t lb') count) election ballots, uhlh w
Clerk KiiHuokalaiil has prepared I
The Nllhau iirrlted from Kauai till- -
ufletiioiu nl 2 c'elork, with one cafe of
'uaehlnery nnd two passengers. tr -,
Slilllli nnd Oshoda. Shu letuins again y
thh c venlnt; !"
Iteldi'iits of King stteet, from Ala
p.il lo thu Wnlklkl turn, and of Keeuu-1
innkil stieel. In tween King filial lli-n-tatila.
hnte tiled u Jiellllon with the
llonnl of SupeitlHiiis asking Hint thin
slieets l.e oiled.
.'.. A Thurston leaves on the Korea
today for Washington to nppear tiefnu'i
the Army Hoard or Knglueers nnd urge
th building cif the piopoed line.
I.ir,ik..iiei, plans ami xpecltlcatlons foi
which have been fumt'.idcd by Captain
J. It. Slaltery. This Is one report of
James !' Morgan, the auctioneer, will
leave this afternoon In the Korea for t
the Com. partly to nttend to certain .
business anil abiii for the benefit of Ills'
health, which sniffled u bieakdown at,
tho time be had to endure considerable ,
Imtdshlp and oteruork while he was,
111 chnigf of the lellef work III Sail .VVIWWMIMlVWVII-VIAlVltVlAaiWV-
I'lnnc-lsco. Morgan may go ns fur asltt
TltU FNuNVUMl unci JSll-IIII'lUML -Siintldy
Uinclnji or l-rly Slipper .spc-clcillj'
ordered nt Miiuu-td ly jVIi-m. tliinn
jm (im thu Iii'.umI (Hid proper dtincln;
g Prices, $2, $2. SO, $33
(Hid White ConviiM.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
FORT STREET Z5
?mmmmii ui mmmmm
SU6AP. 3.88 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 7 l-2d
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND DROKCRS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond ex
change. 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
IT'S UP TO BRECKONS
Our readers will remember that a short while ago John Kmmeluth pub
lished a protest In the Star against thu registration of one Norval II. Young
by the Iloaid of Registration, because on his own admission ho had been
less than two years In the Territory. Kmmeluth then stated that when
Norval II. Young presented himself for registration his right to register was
challenged and tho omnipresent Sam Johnson tool: a hand Immediately and
claimed that the man bail a right to vote, retired to hts olllco ostensibly lo
consult the law, and came out announcing that ho had telephone to lireckons
und that lireckons said that tho man had a right to vote and to bo teglstercd,
wheieupon Ihe Hoard of Registration meekly submitted and tho man's name
was enrolled. Upon publication of this matter, which gave notice to Mr.
Young that ho would vote at his peril this November, it seems tho Hoard of
Registration quietly dropped his name.
Now, what we want to know Is : Did Sam Johnson really telephone! to
lireckons, and did lireckons really hand out that raw opinion ugalnst the
express provision of tho statute requiring two years' residence In the Terri
tory, or did Sam Johnson do no telephoning, but administered this Btory to
thu Hoard of Registration as a result of his own fertile Imagination ? I low
is that. Hobble lireckons and Sammy Johnson ? Pleaso explain. Was it
a case of a fool He or a fool legal opinion, which ? It Is two to nno that It
was one of those mental efforts of 8am Johnson's that aro rapidly making
him famous, nnd that when tho matter was published In tlio paper lireckons
quietly tipped the wink to Sam Johnson to pull that man aft the Register or
he would have to admit that he had never heard about the matter.
Consists in the proper use of anything
is the drink of
The Temperate Man
Commencing toinorioiv ii.orulug the I
(Kobe Clothing Co. will begin hatter '
lug in the stone wall of regular fill! '
I'llu-t.. I'leaent. prices for men's suits'
will Im lediiccd iiliucnt one-third, U ,
continue until Wedncsda) e-enllig
only To tcdiice prices below tegul.i
piolit prices Is (inordinary, but tin
(lobe Is not an ordinary store. Iteai.
ne.ccilplloii iiinl price asked for theli
clothes In the iiilvi-rtisemeut uppc.irliu'.
on pige six.
The tug Teurless arrived fiom llllo
ut L ci clock this afternoon, towing the
tug lulicphl. The luticpld has u
bioken piston lod anil was tumble tc
come fiom llllo under her own steam
lliciiigh ll Is said half u day will Mittlei
In put her In older uguln. Captali
Dick Selke will take cummutiil of tlr
1'earlesH mid take her to Kan I-ran
Ikco as rouii us she cull be gut ready
hlle C'i.Jitii In Dlssoii will bo trans
leneil to (he llltlellld
111 the i-nso of thu Hawaiian Trust vs
Mill)' .Morris, the defendant has motec
that the court Instruct Commlssliiue
Mmumim to nuke the sale In luis o
i mull parcels, The leaton given is tha
tho clereiidanl belle wi and Flip) orts le
relief with nn iitlldntit that stuul
hi .ises me In ilctuntiil in this section
King stici't near the Kalllil pumpliii
li I j ill. und that n much better price
can tin realized from such u tale thai
li) putting tho eiitlin piopeity whlc
Is compelled of l' ni-liiu acres, up In
"0HI YOU GOVERNOR CARTER"
It Is gratifying to nolo the precautionary measures that tho Oovornor Is
taking to Insuro an honest election. Every possible! care .la being takou to
preclude the employment at tho polls of fraiululen: methods lieaminslblo
citizens havo been selected to act as Inspectors, much to the chagrin of tlio
ring . Tho electric light Is to supersede tho smoky, Ill-smelling kerosene
lamp and tho flickering lallow-dlp, which formerly lent their dismal though
not unfriendly rays to the sinister .designs of tho political desperado, to
whose tender care tho fate at the polls of tho " non-machlnu " candldato was
committed. It was a case of men loving darkness rather than light becauso
their deeds were ovll. But now the light Is being let In on all sides and the
Internal workings of "the machine" are being revealed In all their awful
reality. The Oovernor'a attitude In tills mutter Is worthy of commendation.
ilo has certainly displayed considerable moral courage. In coming nut and
defying nil organized and Intrenched gang of political free-hooters with a
scope of power so gieat und subtle that It can dictate the nominations of a
A watch that won't keep correct th-.ie is v.orsc
than no watch' at nil. To the busy trail of to-tlay a
reliable timepiece; in most eMcntial.
Our watches are perfect tiinekc-epeis.
M. R. Counter, 1141 Fori:
fllllo 11 DEBATE
had been living there for at least a yeat I
l.efoie. He voted from llieiu last ear I
Mitchell states that Shultz lived there
up to u week ngo. .
Shultz Is now In jull. Ills ball lus
not been fixed, unci when II Is, he can-1 All llcpuhlleutM wliu desire seats ut
not raise an) thing unless friends raw Um debute which will bo held tomorrow
to Ills rescue, una will have to leimiiu Bn tli rpnn,.kt ,t to cull for them to
Ill Jail until nfter election, lioysen s mcuiow nioinlng tutween thu luiiiis o:
ball was fixed ut ilw und lie Is nt lib- n n. ,. Iltll Il(liu nt the KcptiblUuii
erty. . hcudciuarters on Merchant Mieet. As
Several who have henrd of tin urreit tin, number or tickets will he limited
of the two men und know them both nil ure lequestrit tc. be tlieio ns early
denounce the uctluu taken ua mi out- an possible,
luge, anil tay that suftU'Iciil evidence, a a i
could not hnte been taken by thu (liaiu1 1 tll0 tnE0 of tni, Tc-rrftorj vs Tui
J"r'. lYIek. contlete-J of celling bad salmon
I nnd lined $1(10. an cinpcul has been Ink-
Evenlnq Bulletin 75t per month. i,;l 0 tho Supiem.- Cotiit.
What the Immigration Commission
will do when they aro unable to get
nil) tunds Is mi Interesting question
No money can he expended without
Ihe authority of Secretary Jack Allan
liiii, who Is chairman ot the Hoard and
as such, Superintendent of lmmlgru
Hon. To make matters worse, Hecru
tar .1. I'. Cooke of the Com.nlssloi.
leawvc on the next steamer for Am
Wlililn Ihe next folly days the Su
teiic with i::uu Immigrants, will at
rive hole and, with no mou?y avail
able ami no one to take cdiaj-gc, If ll
hard to say what the situation win lie
Scci clary Atkinson's louteof absence
will expire on Monday, but thcie Is m
news of his having even started fo
home, though ietleis fiom him nro ex
peeled on tlio Ventura tomorrow lie
mny possibly hand in Ills reslgnntlon
for the position, In which case, will
the appointment of a local man, the
Suterle could be looked alter easily,
VJ. S. Weutber Htires,u.
Temperatures fi a. m., 71; u. in
'il. IU ii tn. i. neon. Ml; riuiiiiln
I'arouietti, K u in., UO.OO: absolute
liiimldlty. s u m u.STa griiliia pc
cubic foot; ichitlvo hiiuildlty, s u. in
till per cent: dew point. 8 it, m.. lit!.
Wind it n. in, velocity H. dliectloi
IN l: . S n m . telocty 13, direction N
i: ; 10 u. Ill , velocity 12, dliertloii V.
Iiocin vc loelty 12, illli'c tlon ,N i;
liulnfiill clitrlug 21 houra e-ide 1
a m.. U2 inch
Tot I wind movement during '.
horns ended ut neon 3110 miles
W.M. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. United States
THE MONITOR CALLED HIM DOWN
When udtocutlug lliu support of thu strulghl Republican ticket, the oiliei
lilght W. W. Harris' conseleucu got Ihe heller or his vocal organ and the
ciiitulu was abruptly mug down on his crtoil.
JACK COT HIS IRISH UP
liiat think of thu uiiduclty of Ukkitig Jack l.ucus to pioldu ul u u.ilio
without any itupno1 No wouder Jack got mud!
W, (), HinIIIi's uiHUiiiciil on m (hibitii iii'sliiu, !llfci! of IH M'ilila;e,
I un liuliuilon In tin ihHIiIhk KmIiIu liluiilly Hint iin'iil' Ml,es hu wuuti hmI
lloll l Js II lIlllll'llllllH IIIUHIIH'lll MUIIS IU)IIIMIIM
Well, I tay, If you are feeling blue, you certainly don't look Itl Of
course that It, If your clothes are made by us. We make garments that
have 8TYLE and QRACE and o'v the wearer INDIVIDUAL DI8TINC
TION. We make to your Individual mcaaure for the tame price you would
have to pay for ready to-weari, and we oivo satisfaction,
SAVE MIDDLE MAN'8 PnOPITOt
Our Blue Berue fiulto at 2ft have no equal in town, THEY ARC
Gas is an excellent fuel,
and a bright illumi jj
nant. There is economy
in it for either puroose.
Have you noticed bright
lights in the store windows?
They are gas burners.
aa !. ik
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
THE DSPOT FOR BOS8
THE ROAD OVERALL8.
Fresh for Ilallow'en
n French Mixed; Floral Series; As
.orted, Golf Girls, American Deautlet,
3on Bom, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
Sollege Girls, Assorted Nuts, Nuga-
tines, Marshmallows, Caramels, Cum-
Jropi, Ice Cream Drops,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
IB9 KING STREET.
A hot lunch
with a cold
drink for 25c
If cleanliness, quick and po
lite service, good cooking and
quality, combined with a very
low price, are an Inducement,
you will want to lunch here.
Merchants, bankers, profes
sional men and clerks lunch
cor DETHEL & HOTEL Sts.
li a dellcloui and refreshing drink. It
is like an excellent peach in liquid
form. Ask for It. Dottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
Winter Is Coming
So Buy Now and gel the full benefit
ON SALII AT
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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