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EM5NIN0 tllll.I.KTIN. HONOLULU. T. II.. MONDAY. NOV.B, lOOfi.
Published Every lisy Exropt Htimlay, Hero wns a man deprived of Ills i
t 120 King Street. Honolulu. liberty throuRli an Indictment of the I
T. H.. by fht. 0rntl(, iIllry
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Tuesday, Oct. 00 2381
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Thursday, Nov. 1 2385
Frldiy, Nov. 2 2374
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fore me this Ilrd day of No
ISEAL) tember. Atiiin Domini, IDUiS.
I. II. nUUNKTTR.
Notary Public, I'lrst Judlaial Circuit. I
.NOV. r.. Iliutj
"Look out foi rooi hacks" shout'
the slander campaigners. The only
loiirlmcks they need fear nro uucli
lollies ns they mny try to hatch up, I
The c-aso of the Kutenn now on trial
In the Circuit Court has vindicated
Henry Vliln and tho polleo depn.-t-ment.
You can't llgurc It honestly
nny other wny.
A Ktrntght Kepiibllcan olo Is n vol 11
lor fair play and common decency In
There Is but one volo for tho lion
est mnn. -
The speed with which thu morning
paper explains that It did not nttnek
the Integrity of tho courts Is thu most
condemning evidence Hint could bv
ofTered ns proof of the obvious Inter
pretation. Thurston sijs he believes Sheriff
llrown Is honest nml more cnpable
Ihnn tho Democratic candidate.
This Is the worst nny opponent of
llrown en n say when he Is pinned
light down to It.
And that Is the reason why llio ma
jority oto will bo thrown lor lliown
Tho Joint debate nt the Orphcum
wns one nf (ho best political assem
blies Honolulu has ever seen. The
spenkers handled their subjects nbly
nnd tho audience thoroughly enjoyed
I ho thrust nnd parry of the debate.
Democrats appear to hnvo forgotten
whether President Cleveland, the
creates! Democrat of Iheni nil, refus
ed to sign that Wilson hill.
A STRAIGHT TICKET VICTORY.
The prospect for llio election of tho
straight Ucpubllcnn ticket by llio vot
ers of this County tomorrow Is not
dimmed by tho hysteric nl efforts nnd
radical "claims" which thn oppon
ents of tho party put forth to holster
up their courage.
Tho campaign Just cbwlng has been
the must dlsrcpiitnhlo ever conducted
In tbeso Islands, ninilo so by the op
position to tho Hepubllcuu ticket anil
the venting of a personal cplto ngulmtt
tho County Sheriff.
Prolllgnto charges hurled nt tho
candidates of thn pnrty hiivo defeated
tho ends of thn persons making
Fnlr play ami honest dealing Is aft
er nil, the phitfonn which nil thought
ful Americans support, nnd the men
nt work tu break up Dm Hepiiblleau
pnrty and drag A. M. llrown's tepittii
Hon In tho most foul politic nl ilut
huvo violated every sentiment of this
American principle. f
Tho Itcpuhllcnnu will elect their
Ilelegnlo to Congress, their Legisla
tive ticket, and their County ticket.
The majority of tho voters of tho
County nro Itcpiibllcnns and thuy will
iitii the straight llepuhllciiu ticket
from (op to bottom
JUSTICE OR POLITICS.
Tim llrst en so of alleged perjury mid
fnlbo ri'KlHiriillon for which 1111 Indict-!
ment was relumed by the tliuiul Jury1.
bus lUHiilli'd In a nolle prose iitl by
Hut pioaemitlllK nllli'or wild proeilld.
Iliu iusu before, tliu (liuud Jury.
What 11 t-iiiifMMlniil
What an ethihtllnn nf "Justice" nt
I hi hands of n representative of the
department ! !
ense liefore tho Orand Jury he has not
tiilllclenl evidence to so to tilal.
He also snjs, howuvor. that he Is
willing that the easo shall come to
1 trial the DAY Ar-TTJU KLKCTION !
That Indicates to any fair-minded
j person that It was the election the
opresenlntlvo of the department of
IJ'""1"' "ail In his mind, rnther than
'ho rlRht of nn American e.ltlicn to n
en Incident of this character can oc
cur In tho courts 7
Had this man's trial been pill oft
till after election ilav the result would
llll (lllt'l lIVltMIII U.l 1
I u..n.iesllonnbly hno 1
L0 ,nr ,,, (,,mU(,
been the same
Him was con-
Whnt then was the purpose' of seek,
lug to keep him In Jail till niter the
fieri Inn 7
Wns It lo deprive one man of his
Was It to keep from the public the
weakness of the case and thus pre
sent Ihe moral effect upon the volers
of the utter nml absolute failure to
prove any Irregularis In Ibis man's
reglsl ration ?
Was the object of tho desired do-
lay to render mote perfect Jusllce or
lo usslst political Impressions through
the medium of Ihe Institutions usual
ly devoted to the iiilmlnlstrntlou of
WELL MEANING, BUT WRONG.
The campaign of misrepresentation
ntnl vllllllentlon has closed with inter
mit ox fiiim two of tho pulpits of tho
city calling upon worthy citizens of
the County to lend I heir support lo
the rnmpalgn of slander.
find forbid !
Wo grunt these gentlemen the full
respect duo persons of their cloth.
Just ns the same degree of respect Is
granted the misguided persons who
burned witches nt Snlem.
A moral cause has never el been
promoted by the enthronement of
prejudice, supported by studied nml
villainous personal abuse, nnd sur
rounded by n constant fire of untruth
Therefore It Is Impossible for n
moral cause lo 11ml nsslstnnco from
the stand which tbeso pastors havu
taken. Tho only charitable view tu
t'ako of them Is that they know nit
whnt they do.
Fortunately for tho good name of
this Territory and tho moral prog-
J. H. HERTSCHE ...General Manager
f jHsLFLOsT COMPANY.
T KTn-iK .... AM3'nniriM
f p ,XV lHVHTMIKl mUlllPWCI ACUTO
Matlock Avenue $36.00
Young Street 26,25
Lunalilo 3treet fiO.OO
McCully 8treet 25.C0
Emma Street 12.50
Berctanla Street 40.00
Aloha Lano 18.00
King Street 35.00
Nuuanu Street 50.00
Prospect Street 50.OO
Merchant St. (offices) , 1500
Lot. at Kalmuk"forAeaYh or In
exchange for sugar stocks,
Henry Watoihouse Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Corner Foil ami Merchant Sla
ross anil contentment of our peoplo,
the personal program ' which these
men support will not prevail,
The voters of this County will lc
elect County Sheriff llrown ami thu
laws ns made hy the Itepubllcau Leg
islature will be enforced.
Sheriff llrown's most bitter oppon
ent hat slated his belief that llrown Is I
an honest man. The people will
elect the hono.it man In olllce and
thus secure honest administration.
RE UBLIOAN PRINCIPLES AT STAKE
Itepubllcnn opponents have londuct
id n campaign characterised by such
lecklcss lnlsrepresentnllon nnd un
just personalities that more than one
man has become so thoroughly dis
gusted Hint he will vote the straight
Ilepullran ticket ns a protest
against the disreputable methods Hint
have been brought Into Hawaii's pol
itics Tor the first time.
Every man should, however, review
thu principles of the party for which
he will cast his ballot.
Tho Republican party In this Terri
tory has Blood for nnd still represents
progressive Ideas nml efficiency In
government. This Is the practical ie
suit which none enn deny.
Itepubllcnn promises hno been
It Is Importnnt therefore to consid
er what promises have been made
which will bo squared by perform
unco through the election of Hie lie
publican ticket tomorrow.
Tho Hepiiblleau party has pledged 1
Itself lo Improvement of the County J
Inw by broadening lis scope and elim
inating nny shortcomings which expe
rience ami practice may have sug .
The Kepublle.'in party Is pledged lo
speedy opening of llio public lands of I
the Teriltory to bona fblo settlers,
nml to an effort which shall secure
authority for the Territorial Legisla
ture to make such amendments In Ihe
land laws us (hanging conditions
prove necessary for obtaining the
best lesulls for the people.
The Republican party Is pledged lo
(lie appropriation of suMclout funds
to pay the teachers of the public
schools according to their nbltlty nr.d
experience na outlined by the rules
and regulations of tho Department of
Public Instruction. This Is a definite
pledge for a defliillo fund nnd guaran
tees the restoration of tho teacheis'
salaries. In this connection the par
ty Is pledged to tho creation of locnl
boards of education which will glvo
leading citizens of cnclt County n bet
ter opportunity to come In close touch
with the management of their
Tho Itepubllcnn party favors tho
'xtcnslnn of practical education
through the Inauguration of a system
of manual training.
The Itepubllcnn party Is pledged to
Ihe establishment of n College of Ag
riculture and Mechnnle Arts. This
means advanced education for our
HOW TO BE
Look into the future.
Be prepared for coming
events. A (Ire Insurance
policy will protect you
against less of home and
belongings from fire.
We Issue policies.
938 FORT ST.
SOMCTHING NEW IN
This Is linen that has not
bocn through the final stage
of bleaching, this being quite
expensive. 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. J
68 Inch, per yard, $1.00
Napkins to Match, $2.50 doE.
! 72 Inch, per yard, $1.25
' Napkins to Match, $3.00 doZ.
Their Sufferings Are Usually
Due to Female Disorders
A MEDICINE THAT CURES i
Can wo dlsnuta
fact that American
women are ner
vous? How often dotra
hear the expres
sion, "lam so ner
I should flvr or.
"Don't spcnlt to
me." Little thlns-s
annov you nnd
tnnlco you Irrltnbloj you can't sleep,
you nro nnnblo to quietly nnd calmly
perform your dolly tasks or enro for
The relation of thn nerves and trcn
eratlro organs In woman Is so close
that nine-tenths of tho nervous pros
tration, nervous debility, the blues,
sleeplessness nnd nervous Irritability
nrlso from somo derangement of the
organism which makes her u woman.
Fits of depression or restlessness nml
Irrltnbllltyi spirits easily ntTectcd, mi
Hint one minute she laughs, the next
minute weeps; pain In tho nbdnmlnnl
region ami between the shoulders;
loss of volco; nervous dyspepsia; a
tendency to cry nt tho least provoca
tion all these point to nervous pros
tration. Nothing will relieve this distressing
condition nnd prevent months of pros
t ration nnd suffering so surely ns L.vdla
E. I'lnkhnm'a Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. M. E. Hhntwell.of 10.1 Flutbush
Avenue, llrooklvn, N. Y writes:
"lennnot express the wonderful irllrf I
hfivn exirrionroil h- taking Lvdln K, l'lnk
linm's Vegctnbl Compound. I sufTcrcd for
n long tlmn with nervous prostration, Imrk
nche, headache, loss of nptotite. I ecuM
not sleep nnd would walk the floor Almost
o erv night.
"I hnd three dortors nnd got nnlwtter, nnd
Ufa w n bunion. I wns ndvlil to trr
Lvdbi II. riiiklmin's Vogf-tnbl ComtKniml,
nnd It has worked wonders for inn.
"1 nm n well woman, my nervousness Is all
gono nnd ray friends sny I look ten yo-irs
Will not tho volumes of letters from
women inndn strong: by Lydln E. I'lnk
hnm's Vegetnblo Compound convlnct
nil women of Its virtues? Surely you
cannot wish to remain ftlolc, weak
nnd dlscourng-cd. exhausted each day,
when you can bo as cully cured a
l.oyn and girls who ennnot afford to
bttend the universities of llio main
land. Tho Republican parly Is pledged to
(he amendment of tho liquor Inw unit
It Is better able to Intelligently revise
its own ( work tlmn political opponents
who would he playing for political d
vantngc. The Uepiihllcan party Is pledged to
the cunt ttnuit of n primary law by
which nominations for olllce shall bu
made directly by tho people, nnd the
Integrity of the primary ballot pro
tected hy law. Hueli n law will with
out prejudice dfi awny with whatover
effort nt hostlhin, there may bo In tho
lutiiro or llrTw hITh politics.
The Itepubllcau party will carry on
the light for thu " Ilefuiidfus" bill be
torn Congress which the KcpuhllcmiH
through their Delegate so propitious
The Republican parly Is pledged lo
proper appropriations for tho Hoard
of Health, protection of the public
health nnd sclenllllc treatment of
leprosy lo discover n cure.
Tho Itepubllcnn parly stands for
Improvement of haibors and nil pub
lic work that will Improve transpor
tation facilities by land or water.
Tho Republican party believes In
making promotion work a Territorial
enterprise nnd thus glvo citizens of
the mnlnlnnil n better knowledge and
more friendly understanding of our
The Republlcnti party Is pledged In
an InveKtigntlon of tho chnrges col
lected by the owners of private
wharves who have ninny a small
struggling homesteader at their mer
cy. The Republican parly Is pledged to
the support of n Federal appropria
tion for the support of Queen Lllluo
knlnnl. The Itepubllcnn party Is pledged to
the enaeiinent of Inw which shall pro
vide for tho appointment of a Com
mission lo study nnd recommend
practical and Intelligent revision of
tlm lux llWfc.
Ei cry Itcpiilillciin cntidldnlo Is
pledged to honest niltnlnlstrnllon mid
llio recoid of tho parly proves Hint
the paily pmmlbo Is not a hollow one
For lb" llopiihllcuii party has not
been quick to enndonn or slow In
punish dishonesty In public: ofllco.
Tho wotd of llio Republican party
In mid lins been ns good ns Its bond,
It Is a paily of action, a parly thai
A Minlglit Itepubllcnn tlrket will
assure the fulfillment or each mid nil
I Im phdges of llio pnrty.
A split thket will glvo llio Terri
tory a ilhlded house 111 which the
least deslialde elements nf both pnr(
Hi's will expend their Hnio worth
lessly and tho Tenllory's money In
QUESTIONS OF THE DAY
(Continued from Page 31
ot lliiunii Vo nil nf uu cun rumumbcr
luck in iht. imt nf is'j3, when thla
'mm wus Ilut mi lis hulk, When llin
'' 'U in Mils city hint koiio to Iliu
wnii it. n nvery plantiiiloii mi thin
h Inn. I uii. tu daimi'i'. when only nun
Idiiii1 in urn imhl it rout. Mini II wus u
I iuiii ,. i, nn I'Qiimi'Mti tliu( punned llio
U'iwi mil uwiuiiiiH Iliu luillf nil nil
1 Vw&w 1 1
IB -1 T II
1 i '?j2if 11
1 fA5Wf I
1 lAfriAtr Xhin
Wilt be displaced hy rlricopll
eon nt tho Ilulletln olllce 011
gar. and with It restoring prosperity
lo every man In this land. (Applause.)
' Leal wo forget, lest we forget. Not
In the time of Jefferson, hut wo our-selve-t
hne been fed, clothed nnd re
ceived benefits untold from Hint satuf
1 Ocmocratlc pnrty. (Applause.)
j Tho Democrats demanded for sup
port the Teller Resolution. They vot
ed In n slngb hour fifty million dol
ilars nway without a dissenting voice,
!lut thin Is whnt they got for It, thb
Is what Cuba got for It, this Is what
'Hawaii got for It: "The United Htntc.i
! hereby disclaims nny disposition or
Intention to everclso sovereign Juris
diction or control oer said Island ex
it cpt for the pacification thereof nnd
'assorts ltn determination, when that Is
accomplished, to lenvo the government
'and control of the Island to the pet)
'pie. (Applause.) Tho Democrats re
ceived that as their condition and I
I ask you to send a Democrat to Con
gress to demand tho enforcement of
Hint pledge from the Republican par
ly. My friend Doulliltl sny wo can't
'stop gambling ami Illicit sale of liquor.
I Tt no. it is with us, II nlwnys will ho
I with us, but It can be kept down
I where It won't Haunt Its fnro In the
liibllc eye and won't lie tliinst upon
rersons In the public street, wheio
thero's n will there's a way, and I
prophesy that even with Hint bad law
the prosecuting attorney from llio
Democratic pnrty will make belter
hoadway than llrothcr Doulhllt In se
curing convictions nnd that wlthou
any reflections upon llrothcr Doiilhltt,
lor I don't question his good fnlth. hut
"Imply because the Democrat know
more than I ho Republican.
"I was going to answer the mneliluo
nrgiimcnt. thinking It would come
nhca.l of me. but they lowed It behind,
and tlother Lewis Is going lo speak
after me. so I can't answer his nrgii
mcnt. What truo distinction is there
between mnchlno politics and party
organization? l'nrty organization i
right nnd Just hut there is no good
machine What nrc primary InwH lor?
It Is the Idea of organization fnr
greater than the conduct nf primaries
of ordlnnry citizens; It kills tho ma
chine, which shews oii tho difference
between organization and mnchlno pol
lllcs which don't have In mind the
r.ootl of Ihe voter In nny respect.
(lentlcmen, tonight If the pint form
lof the Republican party snld "Wo fn
Ivor the annexation nf Cuba" nnd tho
Dcmocints snld "Wo oppose II," whnt
,!iinu in tins room, Hearing in niinu noi
only his selfish Interests, would not
feel juKtleflil In voting now on the
Tho Inst speech of the evening was
(irado by A. Lewis, .lr who dwelt
i strongly on llio machine part of the
argument. Ho said:
"It has been said Hint tho Republi
can paity Is domlnntcd hy a muclilun
I wish to sny that It Is confusing of the
term of parly organization nnd ma-
'jlilnc. This organization mny ho stait
'cd In it pieclnrt club then through tho
I convention nnd ending In n county com
, mlltec. This mnchlno talk means thai
j the nominees that have come from the
precinct dubs ami from thu county
I convention, the organization which Is
I tecegnlzed every where.
You talk nhoiit u machine. We have
u Civic Federation, do they hnvn u pro
duct chili? Do they send delegntes lo
jr. county convention In ordir that they
I may get tho popular vote on them? No.
tho first thing Hint wo know about the
i Civic Federation Is from n very icspcel
i iiblo gentleman who announced the
"In regard to the land Inws fault may
I bo found with (ho system In nny num.
I try. Kiich class of peoplo hns different
Ideas ns tu what llio land laws should
he. I'rcsldent Roosevelt in 1U0.1 heard
many complnlnts nhout-tho bind Inws
uf tho United Plates nml up.-ioluled n
commission, In tendering their partiul
teporl, each member had tried and seen
the -conditions. "This commission wus
ro'mpelled to say Hint they were nt 'i
loss lo iiiideriitiiiid nnd to leromnicnil
In Fall Creations !
Characteristic of Supcrl
o-lty nnd originality In
design and workmanship.
OUp PRESENT STOCK OF ORNA.
MENTAL COMDS IS EX. '
CCPTIONALLY LARGE I
j AND THE PRICE8 ARE MODERATE. I
Call and Sec Them. .
VHT T Want thc 0,dest and Purest
I UU Whiskey, donrt you?
OLD JAS. E.
(HANDMADC SOUR MASH)
Is always well aged and It la purity Itself.
Made and bottled In the J. E. P eppcr Dlttlllcry of Kentucky, estab
lished In 17E0.
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
902-904 NUUANU ST P. EET. PHONC MAIN 303.
IMPORTERS AND DE ALERS IN FINE WINES 4 LIQUORS.
Leather Art Goods
The finest and largest ex
hibit ever made in Honolulu
Included are: Sofa Pillows,
Tabiecovers, Doilies, Mats,
Calendars, Banners, Music
Rolls, Purses, Cigar Cases
and a great variety of Novel
ties, burnt in Hawaiian
DEQINNINO MONDAY AND CONTINUING UNTIL SATURDAY, WC
WILL HAVE A
Mammoth Money Making
Sale For Buyers of
Women's Dress Goods
We have new goods coming we want room to exhibit them. These
prices tell the story 1 But you should see these IMMACULATE DRESS
GOODS. Patterns and color-tones are especially select.
A. F. C. GINGHAM 10 YARDS IKSt
FLANNELETTE 10 YARDS )0i
DIMITY, first grade 10 YARDS .J..";
DIMITY, second grade 10 YARDS SO(
RED and FRENCH CALICO 0 YARDS (0
Look over these specials In this advertisement and compare them with
prices asked by other stores. That cortalnly ought to convince you to
see this line of goods wo have ficre, Prices on other goods are just as reasonable.
KING ST., EWA
We have every variety of mackerel at bur Delicates
sen Counter. Some from the coast of Ireland, others from
Yarmouth; and they range In price from a dollar and six
bits the kit to forty cents each. A bit of broiled mackerel
with a boiled potato Is a rare luxury for breakfait.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 45.
nl Hint time nny piiillnihir system ho
iuiiso ouch man's opinion of tho him!
laws, was Rtivernod nml nilorcd hy Ihe
e.liisses thiotmh which he vus looklliK
Kneli mini unntoil the Iuwk framed for
Ms hcnnllt. Therefore tlmy nuked fori
"If thut Is truo In tho United Slnte
Ir. It not Iruo of tho Territory of ,i.
wull? Wo hnvo In Uioso Isliindu nhoiit
20,000 ncro.i of land nt for iiRrlc-uituif
In I lie Rovernmciit iiHsessIon, The
Oinernor nml the Lund Commissioner
inn innkliiK oery endeavor lo rnrry
out tho Inws ns they find them. The
I. mil laws of this Terrltoty nro founded
on tho laws of New S'.eiihitul whleh are
set ti'i ns ii stiinilnrd hy my ii?piineiil.
A iouiihiliit wnii hroiiKht lo llioolllie
of Clilef Clerk Iliiikhind Hint the weir
if ereitliiK nloctloti hnotliH wns helnij
ilium hy .liipiiiiesn. As Ihe Inws of ll.o
'territory inovldn thul llio uorlc shiili
ho iloiio hy rlllien Inhor the null lei
wns ImoJllKiitcd tit oiiin.
It tin in t mil thul thn work In ipiot.
Hull wus Ih'Iiik iluiiii In thu I'tuitiesH.
IiIik-Ii nml i hut H inimiiiai hud hceti
lliuile. Tlii'io wi'io sntiin .liipiuinso em
peilleiil wmtilllK nil il pilVllte. Illllllllil
III llm sumo liiitldlliK hut thn Miirl, on
llin eleitliiii IhmiiIis wiu Ik-Ihk ilium en
IMel) hy illlxelis,
Thu mill, nf riiH'llliK llm limitlm lm
hi en iiiviilY iniiiiuw iIidiihIi in um
or two Instnuees it has hecn dohijed
hy tho fnc t Hint they were put on the
wroiiK shin of the street, so Kettlni; in
to tho wiiiiik pioclucl uiiil ueudliiK ro-irnvul.
I'pon tho iiMpipst of .Indue dear of
the defciiso llio t-tiko or II. Knusl
churned with iisIiib tho Unlliil Htale.
ir.nll ror friiudulont purpiMPD. wna
(cntlnucil til Nnveinher III.
Tho euso or Alno Ynslild.i, ihaiKe'l
with coiiHplruey. wns uuilliiueil llll
November 20 nt the rrriiioat of Allorney
Cnlhcnit. Ilcldn Tnnipiicnuku will lie
Kiiiteiueil on Dm humo dnl-j
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