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EVEH1NU BULLETIN, flONOLOLU, T.-H- SATURDAY. NOV, 3. 1906.
FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
NOVEMBER 3, ISOt.
Twinkle, twinkle, little Star,
..,, Wonder what your prices aro
For those write-ups, nice and dry,
Like a cloudless summer sky.
All Is good that you espouse;
Wish wo knew the whys and hows-i
'Cause we're running too, you know,
And we'd like to have a show.
"FOR OOODNESS 8AKE, DON'T 8AV I TOLD YOU"
True Mlnutts of , Meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Oabu
" Present: the Supervisors, Sam Johnson and .others.
"Minutes of the last meetlng'read and approved. -
"Pay rolls of the Hoad Department passed and ordered paid. (Plvu
salaries raised, but In such a way that only Adams, Lucas and Johnson know
" Communication from tho County Treasurer read, asking for an advarco
In tho salary of his clerk, who Is getting 25, less than clerks In tho(Road
Department. The chairman pauses while Johnson passes a hastily-written
note to Adams and whispers to Lucas. Adams denounces the Treasurer for
asking for a raise for his clerk In such an under-handed way, Lucas kokuas
and tho Treasurer's letter Is dropped In the waste-basket.
" I'aele, as a member of tho Committee on Public Accounts, submits a
written report showing that salaries In the Road, Oarbage and Electric Light
Departments have been boosted without the knowledge of a majority of the
members. ChalrmanSmlth rolls his eyes unctuously, remarks that Paele
has made a very serious charge, appoints himself a commlttco of one to In
vestigate, takes a couple of months to look over the records, and reports that
the members all knew about tho boosts, because, they voted "Aye" on the
totals. Lucas kokuas, Adams chuckles, the other members look astonished,
and tho Incident Is closed.
" Moore moves that reasonable economy bo practiced In the management
of the Hoad Department. Chairman Smith casts an Inquiring glance at
Johnson, who passes a note to Adams and whispers to Lucas. Then Moo'o
Is called down for trying to do politics and lor wanting to tako pnl and fl'b
out of the mouths of the deer peeput.
" Archer moves that the meeting adjourn. The chairman throws on
ocular question-mark at Johnson, who nods approval. Adjourned, subject to
the call of Mr. Johnson through the proper channels."
WHERE DID YOU GET THAT POINTER?
Tho Ilulletln assures the public that the ten men who wcro up charged by
the Qrand Jury with falsely registering in tho Sixth Precinct of Johnson
fame, have the right to vote; It Is merely a question of where they shall vote
Where did you get that Information, Brother Karrlngton I Who knows that
these men have a right to vote at all, or that they are residents of the town
even ? Are any of them sailors from vessels In port T Who put you wise en
that subject ?
Furthermore, where did you get the assurance that these men could not
vote more than once ? Probably they could not under-the samo name, but
who knows what other stuRlng thero has been lu other precincts, or under
what names T Personally, we know nothing' about It, and In so saying wo
nro sure that we know as much about It as 'the worthy' Editor oft no Bulletin.
Wo heartily recommend, however, the Board of Inspectors for the coming
election to go up and. Inspect these men when they are arraigned; so as to be
able to recognise them'.lf they turn up In any other precinct on election day,
under th name of flmiih, Jones, or some other alias.
UK KIK AT
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Straight Ticket Votes
Are Called For By
Tho Republican meeting nt I'nwnn
last night was larger than expected
for that section and was unusually
enthusiastic J. S. lloyd acted ns
chairman and In opening the meeting
he took occasion to refer to the many
charges which haw liven made by the
Advertiser against Sheriff Ilrown. ilt
It was a fact that the reporters on the
morning paper knew all these thlnen.
he asked, why did they not bring a
complaint and force the Sheriff out of
office, as was dono by tho people in
Kooiauioa witn tho Deputy Sheriff of
He stated that the reporters on the
Advertiser knew the truth of the mat
tcr but made their charges under In
struction and that the chief complaint
tho Advertiser had against the Sheriff
was that he did not keep the Jail full
of people, whether Innocent or not, all
the time. He advised the pcoplo to
oto against McClanahan, not because
he Is a haole but because of the good
work done by Prince Cupid In Wash-
Ington already and tho fact that, ho
would be ablo to do much more when
ho wbb returned by the vote of the
people of Hawaii.
I. II. Harbottlc wa the next speak
er. Ho talked on tho straight ticket
proposition and advised strongly
against scratching. He said that this
was a poor way In which to settle per
sonal grudges, as It would hurt many
ethers besides the ono who was
meant. He finished with the declara
tion that In union thero Is strength,
and that this union could be found in
a vote for the straight' Republican
ticket on Tuesday,
A. D. Castro was the next speaker.
He stated that he had lived In Hawaii
ever since he was four years old and
that his best friends were llawallans.
He was tho candidate not only of tho
Portuguese but also for the natives
and the haoles and would do his best
for all If elected. He said that tho Re
publican party would carry out Its
pledges In the future as It had in the
past and that no one need be afraid of
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WHAT IT WOULD REALLY MEAN
A vote for Waterhoute would be a rebuke to Trent for showing up crook? d
pay-rolls, and a warning to Waterhouse never to bo gulljy of a like ludlscretlon.
A vote for Waterhouso would bo the samo as saying, " Trent was wronx
in fighting the blanket warrant proposition, and you must swallow such
thluRH whole when they come your way."
A vote for Waterhouse would mean, " It Isn't good politics to buck, n
powerful machine. If you should accidentally bump Into It, lie down and
let it run over you, and say nothing machines won't tight dummies be a
NOTHING, IF NOT CONSISTENT
Republican Senator Link, lu his " righteous Indignation " at tho Governor
for his expressed Intention to offer the Uland of Lanal In exchange for other
lauds to some corporation or individual In a position to handle such a propo
sition, forgot, In this OALLant attempt to bamboozle the people Into believing
that be Is for them all the time, his lato memorable effort to divert certain
Koolau water rights from the control of the Territory to his own prlvatu
use and benefit. But what of that ? The people have the votes, aud n
Link Is hot after those votes these days, he must now assume the role of
the people's good old " Santa Claus".
DON'T CONFOUND THE BEACON WITH THE BULLETIN
Our name Is THE BEACON THE COUNTY BEACON. Don't confuse us
with The Bulletin The Calfy Bulletin. We are a producer and disseminator
of light; The Bulletin ain't. We don't say "You're a liar" every time you
disagree with us; The Bulletin does. We think there are good people In
all parties; The Bulletin don't. We'll givo you a rest after election; The
Bulletin won't. Which do you like better T
Sales Between Boards: 9 Pioneer.
$135. Session! G Kwa, $25.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.88 cents or
$77.60 per ton.
SUGAR. 3.88 .cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 7 1-2(1
ThlsliR & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKER8.
Members Hon. Stock .and
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN
Comfits in the proper use of anything;
Is the drink of
The Temperate Man
A BOY GETS THE CREDIT
According to the press reports, the "Boy Orator" Is tho only speaker
ou the Republican side who has said anything new since Manager Robertson
btarted the menagerie on the circuit. And Bernard Is said to have delved
deep iu the duBty and musty archives to get bis new nugget of speech.
ONLY A LITTLE NIGHTMARE t
The present Incumbent of the County Attomey's office startled the public
n couple of weeks ago by announcing that he was going to get a move on and
do a little law-enforcing for a change. But before anything happened he fell
asleep again. And tho carnival of crime goes merrily on.
THE SELF-STYLED "WATCH-DOG OF THE TREASURY"
Ned Adams succeeded lu getting a friend to introduce him at a Sam
Johnson luau as "the Watchdog of tho Treasury". And he kept an eye ou
the treasury tor several mouths after he had left the country for keeps, aud
ut last had to be choked off In order to let Sam Uwlght In.
A SIDE-PLAY AT THE DEBATE
Candidate Waterhouso aud County Treasurer Trent are both claiming
credit for suvlng the 2 discount on County Warrants for the deer peepul.
We Biiggest that each of them be given ten minutes " between tlmeH " ut lliu
debutu tunlght tu show how lie did It.
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A watch that won't keep correct time is worse
tlian no watch at, all. To. the busy man of to-day a
.reliable timepiece Is most essential.
Our watches are perfect timekeepers.
M. R. Counter. 1141 Fort
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Two or three simple statements of
fact in a Bulletin Want Ad may
change and enlarge the whole outlook
for you I
trusting the men who bad been nomi
nated by them.
W. T. Rawlins devoted his speech
to askiug support for the straight tick
et. He asked the people to rebuke the
slanderers by electing tho straight
ticket on Nov. 0. He referred to an
attempt which wub being mado to
down Kalco and stated that on ac
count of this very action every good
Republican should do bis best to help
him. He spoke strongly In favor of
Fred, Waterhoute and advised his
election, telling of tho record he had
made when in the Legislature and re
letting to the ridiculous claims which
were being made by Trent in relation
to his being tho cause of the County's
paying 100 cents on tlio dollar.
A. V. Clear spoke briefly, advising
extreme caution iu the marking of bal
lots on election day. Ho stated that
It was estimated that at least S00 bill
lota would be brown out ou accouut
of faulty marking. This, he satu,
would havo a great effect on tho elec
tion and he believed that every man
entitled to vote uhould use extreme
care In marking his ballot.
Other speakers were: Jack Lucas
K. A. Long, Uavld Kalauokalanl, J,
11. 8. Kaleo und Samuel Dwlght.
. a asa a
' aaaay- ms Job Printing at the Bul
Make up a tallyho party fnr Wallele.
Try butternut bread Sold only by
Best cup of tottee In the city. Nen
Telephone Main 117 when )ou wont
J our clothes pressed.
Try the Hough Itlder clgnr, sold by
the Kitzpalrkk Bros.
Apple Blossom salmon and Upton's
cas hi C. J. Day & Co.
After roller skating go to tho Cobnel)
Cafe and liar for refreshments.
(lea wear-well woolens, by buying
your next stilt from Ahann & Co.
You should try Sweet Violet Cream
ery butter Kor sale by Yeo Hon &
Why don't )ou nsk for old Jos. I v.
Pepper whiskey If you want good whis
key? Queen street Skating Rink will open
Saturday evening, November 3. Band
Remember that tho Holllster Drug
Co. carries a most complete stock of
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pod
ular. $1, $1.10 and 2 per week. 1243
Call nt K. O. Hall & Son for a free
mtnlogue of Spauldlng's sporting and
Join the Harrison Mutual Burial An-
toilatlon. It lies benefits that no man
You can get anything on wheels,
made Just as you want It, from the Ha
wallan Carriage Co.
Systematize your saving by having
mr old hat cleaned at the Expert Hat
Cleaner s Fort street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Boyd left for Ka
biilul during the week to take the
clcam8hln Hllonlan for the CousL
Mrs. Frank Andrade left yesterday
in tho Korea for San Francisco, whore
Mie will visit with her sister for a few
The Hooula and Hoola Society will
hold Its monthly meeting at the Kaplo-
lunl Maternity Home on Wednesday at
10 a. m.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., have the
inlglnal llobron formula for soda water
und the same men tu make and uls
The deaths from contagious diseases
hero for tho fortnight ending October
SI were: Diphtheria, ij typhoid fever,
I: tuberculosis. 7.
Commencing Monday a money-making
opportunity Is offered buyers of
v. omen's dress goods, by the Wak Ylng
Chong Co., King street.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. O.
Bergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely Irst elass.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Miss Power will receive a shipment
of beautiful Imported hats on the S. fa
Ventura, which will be opened Monday
Parlors, Boston Building, Fort street.
The Honolulu Street Railway-Bone
nt Association will give Its second
unnual shirtwaist dance at progress
Hall' Saturday evening,' November 17th
Tickets (0 cents each. For sale by all
" No evidence has betn presented to
me which I consider sufficient proof of
his" (Brown) "being personally tor
nipt." Lorrln A. Thurston's confes
sion over his own signature.
E. II. Cant of the Hawaiian Mahog
any Co. says that a band saw weighing
.10,000 pounds will toon be Installed la
the company's :or::ti. The price pf.
koa lumber, he says, wl.t -e only 11
cents a foot, while oak Is It cents.
During the absence of Mr. A. de S
Canavarro. the Vice Consulate of Spain
has been taken In charge by Dr. A
Marques, the actlpg Consul of France
und Portugal, Dr. Marques can be
found In room No. 2. Elite building. '
Do you want to make from three to
flvo dollars? If so, read the Glob
Clothing Co.'s advertisement on page
ten. This Is not a "fake" sale, tbo
tulle are actually marked away' down
and they teally are new ones and styl
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Benson departed
from Honolulu yesterday" on the Korea.
Intending to reside permanently on the
mainland. Mrs. Benson will visit her
mother In 8alt Lako City for several
months. Mr. Benson goes to the At
There's economy In buying grass
bleached table Uncus, for you let the
subsequent laundering do the work of
final bleaching that helps to make the
full bleached expensive. Ehlers are
knowing several patterns In cloth with
napkins to match.
Mrs. II. F. Broderlck, the second
daughter of tho late W. H. Rlckard,
died yesterday at her mother's resi
dence, 1262 Beretanla street, 37 yean
of age. She leaves a husband and Ave
children. Tho funeral will take place
today at 4 p. m. from tho erstdence.
Tho Interment will be at Nuuauu cemetery.
There will be a meeting of the Ha
waiian Territorial Medical Society this
evening at the office of Dr. Hodgint, at
8 o'clock. All members are requested
to be present as this will be the last
meeting before the annual one oa the
17-181.9 Inst. Dr. Humphrls will pre
teut a paper on "Primary Sarcoma ol
the Liven" I
Children's Pumps I
Thw Newest and Mmartewt Munduy
Dunclnir or Party Sllpperpeclully
ordered no MUgicested by Mr. Uumi
m the ItatuMt and proper dunoinu
Prices, $2, $2.50, $33
Putatnt Kid und Wlilte Cnnvns.
Now on Exhibition
& Mclnerny Shoe Store 3
: FORT STREET
73iUiiiUiUiUiUlUi Ui iU.iUi...UUi.i.iHS;
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.
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OP
AND THE DCPOT FOR BOM
THE ROADi OVERALL.
Frebli fer Hallew'ei
French Mixed; Floral Series; As
sorted, Golf Qlrls, American Beauties,
Bon Rons, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
College Qlrls, Assorted Nuts, Nuga
tines, Marahmallowe, Caramels, Gum
drops, Ice Cream Drops.
SOLE AOENTS FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
118 KINO STREET. 'PHONE 240.
A hot lunch
with a cold
drink for 25c
If cleanliness, quick and pc
lite service, good coorilng 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. BETHEL & HOTEL Sts.
Is a delicious and refreshing drink. It
is like an excellent peach In liquid
form. Ask for It. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN 80DA WORK8,
KUHIO IS GETTING JEALOUS
MiCluiiuhati has bevu lu Hawaii about tin years. "Ami now," says
Kublo, "hu says he luvrs tliu llawalluim. Winn did McClanuuuii uvtr llvo
wltli lliu Huwullans lu kuIu this great lovu lie iirofcssi-N T " Don't lm utmry,
I'rlticu, T was u casu uf lovu nt II mt sUht, uml hux btvu tsruwItiK uvur sluco,
JOHN LANE TALKS PROTECTION
Huiiluyrl'liH Johnny IhIIumI inileciiu at a luiiiMntn iiikkIIiik lliu
iillmr hlulil, Hut what Johnny ri'iilly nt'inU Is In )'urn lti)y,it nlit lilinaolf
Mini Ills (fli'inl Nuk friiln lliu iiiucIiIiium uy uml llii'lr (I Inula limn iiin In
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Well, I eay, If you are feeling b lue, you certainly don't look III Of
course that It, If your elothet are made by ut. We make garments that
have STYLE and GRACE and give to the weartr INDIVIDUAL DI8TINC
TION, We make to your Individual measure for tht isme price you would
have to pay for readytowtsrt, and we give satisfaction.
SAVE MIOUkE'fflAN'B KHUMIUI
Winter Is Corning
So Buy Now and get the full benefit
Our Blue 8eroe Suits at S26. have no equal.
QEO, A. MARTIN
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