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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T H SATURDAY. NOV. 3, 1906.
Published Every Lwy Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. 1L, by the I
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
WALLACE H. KAHHINCTON Editor
ELlered at the PoitottUe at HutjU'
oolulu as second class matter.
Payable In Advanse.
Her month, anywneie lu U. H.. .75
PnP .iliurf itt nliVulikrn If, It (1.. 2.00 I
I'eryear, postpaid. furelKU ll.W , diaries 1 Murphy, the Tain.
Weekly Bulletin. ,,... i,i..
Her year, anywhere lu U. S 1.U0 T,1 purpose Ik Hi put Drown, u man
Her year, postpaid, foreign .... z.uojborn uud htoiighl up uinung the peo
1 "i"'" here and well known to the major
Territory of Hawaii, ) Ity or the voters, lu the same class
Honolulu, )a: Wth the most disreputable and crlml
Country of Oahu. ) innl boss In the conntrv.
Of the UULI'-ETInVuULISIIINQ COM'
r (1 11firI.-ITU Iliidltiaaa Alntiniro I
LIM1TIH), being drat duly
swoiti, on oath deposes and sajs:
Thut the following Is a true and cop
rcct statement or circulation for the
week unilliiic No 2. 190C. of the
Dully and Weekly Editions of tho
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Oct. 27 2645
Monday. Oct. 29 2386
Tuetday, Oct. 30 2381
Wednesday, Oct. 31 2370
Thursday, Nov. 1 2385
Friday, Nov. 2 2374
Average dally circulation 2423
Circulation of Weekly) Bulletin.
Tuetday, Oct. 23d, 1006 2488
Number of weokllea delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1096
combined guarantied average
circulation . . .15)11
HULLE-IN fUDLISHINO CO., LTD.
by C. O. HOCK US.
B. vines Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to bt
toie me this 3rd day of No-
ISEALl vember Anno Domini. I'JUli.
H. 11 DUUNUTTE,
Notary Public. Hrst Judical Circuit.
NOV 3. 190G
The utlMavll of William Chalmers
exposes another Infnmous record of
the monstrous morning liar.
Jud. Lucas has never bad to go to
the Infamous confeskorH or tliu morn
lug paper to secure a reputation
among the decent men or the com
munity for honesty.
When It. II. Trent allows "policy"
to close his mouth against thu nttr
mice of ft truth. It Is not surprising
that hu tries to mlftlend the voters Into
believing that he us County Treasurer
was icsponslhle for putting an end to
ilisi minted warrants.
Judge Hoblnson believes lu Justice.
When all thu facts ure known the en
thusiastic prosecutors of the men In
dicted for alleged perjury will be
found to bu guided by the same; powir
behind the throne as the Infamoim
campaigners against Drown.
They may call them Jackie Lucas to
case their discomfort
Hut they can't get awuy from the
'fad that Thurston dares nut deny
JacMu Lucas' statement of what Thurs
For Jackie Lucas Is first or all an
. honest man
And Thurston uml his newspaper
ore well known to the community.
The porcine effort of thu morning
paper to pull Itseir and Thurston out
of thu hole dug by Thurston's mon
strous confession recalls the story of
the public performer who said:
,f I defy any one In this nudlenco to
mention a single action that I can per
form with my right hand that I cannot
do equally with my lert."
Vcjlce from the Gallery: " Put ycr
left hand In yor right-hnnd trouser
If the admission of thu Y. Man
Young conresslon Is not a vindication
or Henry Vlda
Then there Is no Justice lu the Cir
cuit Court which admitted the docu
ment as evidence.
Ileputabte citizens have no doubt of
the integrity of the court.
The morning paper would smear tho
most sacred Institutions of American
iidmlnlstratlnn with Its vile Innuendo
If It thereby satisfied a personal spite
ugaust any man or official,
VULTURE PREYS ON BROWN'S
Duipllo thu ndmb'slou made b thu
ownci' or thu Advertiser, to Jack Lu
cas, that Drown Is nn honest man;
Despite tho lonresslon of the own
er or thu Advertiser that Sheriff Urown
Is a more competent man than his op
ponent for the ntlk'u of Sheriff;
Doipitho tho final confession ol
the owner of thu Adveitiscr that no
evldenco has ever been presented to
him that was sulllrlent proof that
Drown Is corrupt;
The monstrous campaign or lllitlc.it
Hon and misrepresentation goes 011 In
This moinliig the leading editorial
1 liniment Is devoted to it lengthy com
parison of Altliur M, Hinwn, tho llo
public 1111 landldiifii for Sheriff of Ihlsl., ik-i.,1,.,,.. t.i.i n. m
(oiihty, ullli silili men us Hush Mo-IIUmf VYalQinOUSO IfUSI lOn Lltli,
LuiikIiIIii of lliuokltii, John Y. Me
Kane wlm Ki'ivi'd u lnim In Hints HIiik,
Chailes F. Murphy of Tammany, Abepaln3 that drag the imputation of hon
Huef of Ban rrnncl'oo, and Doss Cox est men and capable men In llio mlie
of Cincinnati. of degraded spite. A vole against
Tlio whole tone of the article li of
u character to remind humanity th.it
I vultures In human form are still In ex-
"""" '.. ' ,'' ."",V,"
with the liotahly corrupt and crlml-
That 3 what Thurston's paper ln
been doing for the ait two venis - .
Ulng to convince the public that the
icepiiuiican cnniiiii.ue lor rsnerin is u i
boss, the head or a corrupt polltle.il
I machine ami therefore, by Infeirnce.
The latest nttnrk nn Broun stnrts
In tilth flila .irloittntl Imiiimiilii- "Vtitli.
, cr,mllia ,,, (, i,,.,,,, ' ruvwl
Among icputuble citizens of Oahu
""" "egrauiu nun tnorougniy unmaniy
unuen muse nave me eneci or einim-
terlng them against llrown's eneinleR
Dtit taking the nintlerfrcmi Tl urston's
own standpoint lias nnv friend or
Murphy or one cr his political enemies
,,lor confessed to his belief that Mur-
.iv ..... (itHi)()I,.,i 7 iH there nnv
i...i.t .....iut..i r..,. it... . .......nHiu. 1
n"ifl ptiui.tiii iui 11 tv iuu,iu, invu ui
Mnriiliy with Arthur Drown J
lloss .MeLuughllii uf tlrool.lyn Is an
other or the same type. Has any
Irlend or enemy of McLaugiilln said
of him that he Is not dishonest ?
John V. McKnne wns a criminal boss
who served his term In Sing Sing.
And this Is the man with whom the
elanilcrouu pud paid reputation-wreck
er classes Arthur Ilrovvn. whom every
one of Hawaii and even the proprietor
ol the morning paper tins known from
boyhood, nnd knows now ns on honest
Ha Abe Huef or San Francisco or
Uoss Cox or Cincinnati ever pleaded
guilty to being honest ? Have they
individually or collectively denied Hint
1 hey have linen and are maintained by
corruption nnd corrupt practices?
But these men are used by thu morn
ing revller or reputable men to Illumi
nate the vvordB or Owner I.orrln A.
Thurston when making his confession
that Arthur Drown, Oahu's cnudldate
for Sheriff, Is not personally corrupt.
Voters who have respect for the In
tegrity of admittedly honest manhood;
voters who havo thu slightest leaning
toward the protection of political
methods that are honorable; voters
who believe lu honest men ami capable
men In oftTco; voteis who despise the
thug who maliciously mauls and mis
represents nn honest man; such intjn
among the voters of this County will
tot vote against Arthur Drown, for
rueh a vote mcuim a vole for cam-
, H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
Matlock Avenue $36.00
Young Street 26.25
Lunalilo Street 50.00
McCully Street 25.00
Emma Street 12.50
Beretanla Street 40.00
Aloha Lane 18.00
King Street 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.
Corner Koit ami Merchant Sis
AjJt Vj irooK t aoHe' aaostM.
yT' VXV JlllVt.TMIMT ...ttftUMMI ACtHT
Ilrowu would mean the success of the
most degraded typo1 of humanity and
Lf human effort In American politics.
OUT OF HIS OWN MOUTH.
I .1kH him l tTlnlrctonl "If he
tl0 u hl Br0vyn wa, dltl(0nfi, T
.. , N , , ded . , Uo ,10l think
M)0MJ ,.Jack LlleMi
Yesterday's tlullelln stated that 1
1 nil ald that 1 believed Uiown to be
nn honest man; that he was n belter
man than liiuhca and that I bud no
l,n',l,,,u '" "'" m"."r
foregoing alleged (imitation Involves a
1 nlf-li ulli uud'u whole misrepresenta
tion. I.orrlu A. Thurston.
"I asked Thurston If he did not
think Brown was the more capable
"Thurston replied that he thought
Brown was." Jack Lucas.
I have at uo time said that Drown
was a better man than luiiken. Lor
rln A. Thurston.
Thurston clearly has a short and
jciimi'iilfiit memory. Hufflclcnt time
elapsed between the issuance of Hu-
. . . . ...
nervlMtr Linns' statement and the dr
11 ... . . ...
pnrtuie or Mr, Thurston ror lilm 111
havo ri'sponded to I.ucns.
Thurstou did nothing of the kind.
He Knows Drown to be an honest man.
He knows Ilrowu to ho mure capable
lletler evidence could hot lu off"'ied
to further stiengtheii thu opinion of
the people that Thiirslou's campaign
against Drown is one of pure spite,
nnd an anxiety to mnnlpulate thu po
lice forco In a manner to bring dis
credit upon County government.
If further evldenco were needed,
there is Thurston's monstrous confes
sion that "no evidence has been pre
dented to me which 1 consider s'ifll
clcnt proof of his" Drown K " being
THE INFAMOUS CONFESSION.
Thu Ilullellii has said that Thurston
wrote the letter of Supervisor Adams
In the Hoard or Supervisors referring
to llrown's administration as Intoin
I ctent. Indifferent, or corrupt.
The Dullettn has said that Thurston
edited (tin letter of Supervisor Adams
to the Hoard or Supervisors regarding
the supposed Incompetence. I ml I Ter
ence, or corruption.
Thin stem's orgun how calls the Dill
Ictln to account by Hinting that thu
letter was brought to Mr. Thurston by
Adams n ml he, Thurston, MODIFIED
the Adams letter at Adams' ropiest!
Finally smoked out, Thurston con
fesses Hint he handled the letter to
suit hlmselr. He was the final arbiter
or the atlack 011 Drown, Ills paper
says he was "urged," ,
Ills paper glories In the thought (hat
the Hoard of Siiicrvlsurs4vas Inveigled
Into tin acceptance of the -letter
After all this miserably disreputable
work has been done, Thurston himself
nnpears In print over his own signa
ture and makes thu monstrous confes-
Hon that no evidence has ever been
presented to him which hu considers
sufficient proof that Brown It corrupt
The gutter-drunkard is more to be
respected than tho Individual who mis
lepresents with studied Innuendo an
other whom he ndmlts Is an honest
A vote for Drown Is a vole for an
A vote against him Is a vote for tho
most Infamous attack on honorable
lepulutlon that Hawaii' has ever
SOMETHING NEW IN
This Is linen that has not
been through the final stage
of bleaching, this being quite
expemive. Viewed alongside
full bleached, It looks the
least bit creamy, but a few
trips to the laundry changes
this Then you have a fine
linen at a much lower price
than you could have bought
the full bleached at first.
68 Inch, per yard, $1.00
Napkins to Match, $2.50 doz.
72 inch, per yard, $1,25
Napkins to Match, $3.00 doz.
Delegate to Congreti
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. McCANDLESS
W. O. SMITH
Reprettntatlvea fourth District
J. H. S. KAl.KO
E, A, C, LONG
C. W. OUINN
W. T, HAWUH3
A. D. CAST HO
JOHN A. HUOHCO
Representatives rilth Dlatrlct
C. p. CO H HI" A
A. 9. KALEIOHU
H. N. KANIHUNUI
H. W. LELCIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATERHOUBE
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W HARRIS
0. C. DWIOHT
A. V. GEAR
CHAHLES HUSTACE, JR.
S. W. LOGAN
Wabiuc and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
CENTRALIZE, COMMISSIONS, AND I
The Itifnnious lampulghcis of the
morning paper n re asking what possible
Inltueiico the- election or Curtis laulcea
has un the maintenance or County gov
ernment. Such it combination of Innocence
and guile I i
mo tuu ihtumous campaigners inline
that thu Honolulu voters do not know
them of old ?
They havo been continuously on the
watch to obtain a foothold by which
County government may ho discred
ited. Their opinion of Inukcn's stability
and ability ns tin executive ofllccr hits
been frequently displayed ,ln their
Their solo purpose bus been In tho
past and still Is to Injure the reputa
tion of thu Hawaiian as n people ca
pable of local self-government, and
they arc looking to laukea ns tho man
through whom they will he able to re
new their campaign.
They hope to so divide thu Legisla
ture and the County officers between
tho various partizans that thero will
bu a consfunt wurfuio In place or
work, and this warfnie Thurston and
his ussoclato enemies or County gov
ernment and liberal suffrage, wilt bu
ever ready to urge against the Amer
ican rule which they hate.
What vvonles the Infnmoiirt ones Is
that they have been found out so early
In tho game.
They ore doing thulr utmost to cre
ate a political chaos in Hawaii and to
promote politics by prejudice.
As they mako headway In this they
will make their general attack on the
little of American government that ex
ists, and at tho same time try tn wipe
out tho suffrage.
Centralize, Cnmmlsslonlze, and DIs
iranchlso nro tho tenets or ralth upheld by tho
morning paper crowd. They are pull
ing ror laukea with that end In view
mid they know It.
Thurston hlmselr has confessed his
beller that Drown Is mora capablo than
laukea. Why should ho prefer tho
less competent man In.offlco ?
A split ticket Is a vote for the plat
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
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A Japanese schoolboy who can
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CATARRH, A NATIONAL SCOURGE
PE-RU-NA, A FAMILY NEED.
Over half of the population of Canada suffer from
some form of catarrh during the course of the year.
This demonstrates the great need of Perunain every
home, to protect the family against a1 catarrhal
diseases.ff--s. b. hartman, m. d.
For special directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
runa la for sale by the following druggists and will supply the retail trade
Smith A Co.. Hobron Drug Co.. Honolulu. Hawaii.
Characteristic of Superi
ority and originality In
design and workmanship.
OUR PRE8ENT 8TOCK OF ORNA.
MENTAL COMBS 18 EX
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Call and See Them.
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.
"No evidence hat been presented to
me which I consider sufficient proof of
lilt" Uiown "being personally cor.
rupt," Lorrln A, Thurston's confet
Ion over hit own ilgnature,
ytV M 3W?CV I
- IIj -
l-roldent RooMuvelt believed In the Rouiih'
RlUura; hut utwuya been uf tliu belle that
people atliuulcl atuve and belleven now In
Simplified Smoke Saving
Spells " Smoke
5 Sent Segar"
"Why?" "How?" Because you get at good a amok for FIVE
CENTS as you usually do when paying 10 cents.
The filler Is made from regular length of good quality. 'to
bacco. ' .
The wrapper la made from genuine imported leaf.
The cigar keeps Its color and flavor. J
The l.-ct whiff It at good
SOLE HONOLULU AGENTS
Corner Hotel and Fqrt
Because WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LTD., received by the two latt steam
ers 163 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young; XMAS
CARD8 and CALENDARS! GIFT
Books: TOY8J TOYS; TOYS. Every
child should have tho Latest THE
TEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOSEVELT BEAR BOOK.
Come early before they are all gone,
Wall, Nichols Go,,
Evening uullitln 75(t 'r month,
'.$5 a . ' ' a
of which aurrounds each bottle. Ptu
In Honolulu," Hawaii: BeAton.
' n' f -'p.
at the first.
May we have your attention
TO THE MANY ATTRACTIONS AT
The air It alwaya cool, the
bathing It excellent, the golf
links and tennla courtt are
St. Clair Bidgood,
The Weekly Udltlun Of lb Rvenlu
lliilh'tlu kIvuh a complete suiuwary uf
lliu new nf the day, Par SI yiift