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KVKNINII nt'lM.ETIN. HONOI.tlt.ll. T H MONDAY, NOV. 5. K'OG
HONOLULU STOCK EKCHANGF
local and oeneral MminmmmmnnmmnmTmnimnK
FOR WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
NOVEMBER 0, 1CC0.
GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY
' AT THE UNION SUARE GORE
MAKAI OF CAPITOL GROUNDS
BEGINNING AT 7:30 O'CLOCK TONIGHT
GOOD SPEECHE8 GOOD MUSIC
(NO BEER, NO BOOZE, NO BUNCOMBE)
AN APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENTIOUS VOTER
, Tho parent stock of our Nation In the " Declaration of Independence '
cminclnU'il the following doctrine:
" I'ruclence, Indeed, wilt illctntu Hint governments, long established, should
not ho changed for light and transient causes Hut when a long
train nf nhtMCR and.tisurpntlons, iiursulng Invariably the same object, cUnces
a design to reduce them under nhnoluto despotism, It Is their (tho pcoplu's)
right. It Is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new j
guards for their future security."
The ordinary law Is the system which civilization has adopted for the
protection of tho life, property nnd Independence of tho citizen. When n
government, thereforo, undertakes to suspend this ordinary law and govern
by an extraordinary system thcro Is evidence of a design to reduce the people
under despotic rule and these snered rights become Imminently Imperiled.
If governments must nluays derive their Just powers from tho consent of
the gnerncd In order that th protection of these rights shall he nssutcd
and perpetuatrd, nny abridgment of tho suffrage must necessarily result In
the ultimate defeat of this protective principle. To sccitra legislation that
shall represent the character nnd projress of the citizen It Is essential' that
nil disputes that mny arise between tho stato nnd Its citizens relative to an
law mint he settled by some competent nnd Impnrlul Icglslalvo body elected
by the voire of tho governed. Whntcvcr legislation Is to bo enacted, there
fore, with rcferenco to nny existing evil, must emanate primarily from the
innssed will of tbn people. To secure this, tho election or men who nio the
people's representatives Is absolutely necessary; but men who nro trammel
ed by parly oaths and have to that extent bartered their consciences nnd
liberties nro merely tools In tho hnnds of the clique Hint drew up the party
rules to which these men unreservedly subscribed; and they enn therefore
In no sense bo tho represcnlntlvs of tho will of the people. Such, however.
Is tho situation of tho local Itcpubllean enmlldnles. Why! all the minions of
the law were let loose long before tho primary elections nnd nomlnntlng
convention wero held and tbfe best men In tho community wore excluded,
being denlsd volco and vote- In matters of vllnl concern, not only to them,
hut to tho whole community as well.
Have not recent revelations proven tho despernto perversity of these
"mnchlno" methods? Havo they not shown Hint tho candidates who ac
cepted nomination under this tyctem are now. nnd would continue to lie
after election, not the servants of the public will, but the sworn satellites
of a political ring ? What consideration, therefore, need bo given to the
reputation for probity of any candidate who has stultified bis manhood to
this extent 7 Ah new Edwards has aptly said: "Vo should bo more con
cerned about tho personnel of tho Tlepuullcnn Central Committee than that
of tho Republican ticket."
Wo contend that tho result of this unlnwful practice is subversive of
good government and calculated to pervert all tho currents of civilized "
clcty. Vo protest against this using of tho law for purposes of coercion. We
protest against this degradation of tho good and this exaltation of the base.
Wc claim that thepo practices represent abuses nnd usurpations that demand
""thVconcertcd acllon of all good citizens (Irrespective of political creed) to
encompass tho overthrow of tho clement responsible for their excrclso; and
tho substitution nf new guards to sccuro tho future protection of tho rights
which Ihls unlawful Institution has assailed. Wo nro told by thoso who
defend this system that It Is perfectly legitimate. Wo pity their consciences.
It amounts to the bald statement that "whatever 1 3, is right"; hut whu'i
wo consider their specious arguments and debauching practices to cajole the
electorate, nnd witness tho Indulgence to shatno and disorder blatantly vouch
safed by tho very custodians of tho law; wo do not wonder that the potent
volco of consclenco hns been blushed for somo of them. Brown ami Vlda
hnvo given tho highest proofs of this. They havo shown that tley would
Join In perpetrating Injustice to others rather than forego their greed for
official plunder. Tho Sheriff, who Is In reality nothing moro than tho head
policeman, and whose oltlco Is an executive one, has usurped tho functions
nf tho Judiciary department, nnd hns In numeinus Instances constituted hint'
self n rou it or llrst Instnnco exercising mo grossest partiality. In case,
where men havo been arrested for tho same offenco ho has released somo
offenders nnd reserved others for tho Judicial consideration of tho district
magistrate, purely for political reasons. We bcllovo that any attempt to
delay or frustrate tho doing of equal justice Is fraught with peril not only
to this community but to the civilized world.
Ily these nnd other glaring acts nf dcspnotlsm ho has proved himself
unworthy of his official trust; ho hns forfeited his claim to the title of the
"public protector" and has earned for himself tho tltlo of tho "public ty
rant." There never was a more auspicious moment than tho present for
seeking to enlist tho services of the goo.l citizens of this community In
defense of tho laws, ol tho Institutions and Iho principles upon which society
depends. Rut how nro wo to regard those who by reason of their public
defenco of tho notorious official conduct nf Drown nnd Vlda. havo shqwn
themselves to be In sympathy If not In actual alliance with theso men?
They surely must nppreclato that they aro posing In the unfavorable light
of accessories; though tho public charitably ascribes their unenviable attl
'tude to party servility a Bort of blind belief In, and Implicit obedience tu,
their prophet chief: tho great "Mokanna" of local Republican politics.
Hut becnuso of the nil Undo of theso men should tho public refrain from
doing its duty nt tho polls?
Would not Its HII.KNT acquiescence there In thoso outrages agnlnst
Mielety mnko It equally as culpable as those who have III.INDI.Y acquiesced
Wo nsk you to reflect upon tho possible result If you, tho electorate, re
ninln Indifferent to tho outcome of tho present struggle; nnd on tho other
hand to consider that perhaps homeono mny bo bctler or happier If you aro
trim to Ihls tlmo and to Its demnnds. If theso dnys mo dark, ns Indeed they
may be, wh sit Idl by In Iho comforting belief that Hie remedy for their Im
provement Is not at your disposal? Wero It not nobler to accept Hie lommoii
duty of good citizenship nnd work like good fellows for Iho triumph of the
Just ii nd honoinblo cnus" Hint the Democratic patty has espoused In Iho
present campaign ?
EXIT THE POLITICAL MACHINE
Homo IngenloiiH follow Invented n machine for tho put pose of expelling
from snloons tho evil genii of Iho ficc-lunch counter. It consisted In an
enormous liiuid which dosconded ou tho victim, nnd, Jamming his luit down
over t)U eyes, grabbed him ly tho collar nnd gtnvltnled him lowuids Iho
door. Just nt tho proper moment an enormous hoot kicked him In Unite
and sprawled lilin In tho middle of tho sidewalk. We never think of our
locnl political bosses without expressing the pious wish Unit something of Iho
hind could bo rcqulultloiied for their beiu'llt,
Delegate to Congress
J. K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINGWORTH
L. L. McCANDLESS
W. O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J, H. 8. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W. QUINN
W. T. RAWLINS
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUGHES
Representatives Fifth District
S. P. CORRCA
A. S. KALEIOPU
H. N. KANIHONUI
H. W. LELEIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CAT-HCART
F. T. P. WATERHOU3E
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIS
8. C. DWIGHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HUSTACE, JR.
S. W. LOGAN
Walanae and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. 0. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
HONOLULU, Nov. 5, 1906
NAME OF STOCK Pill tl !
C Frewf fif Co .m. !,-,
Cwa Plantation Co ... jmio a
Hawaiian Arr'eultut I Cc i.i-., i,
HiwCom ft SuJ.rCo. t,, - 11
Hawaiian Stlfar Co .... tv, ., f
HonotPU Surar Co tj n
Honnkaa Sura- Co .... t, t
Hiinr Surar Co y. to
Kahukii plantation Co. , t, . t
Klhd Plantation Co tW i,,,, s
Klpahulu Sur" Co .- rfa
nloa Surar Co .. $oj.x to
MeRrvoV Sitftr Co (,.0 t ,
r.ati'l Sur.at Co .. . fm . I-
Pnowa Sugar Co.. ... imih
OokaiaStirar Plant C ' no f
8taa Eurl Co Ltd 1.0000a 1
lOwalU C ... ...... tOna 1:
Paauhau Sugar PianlC , leoo ,.
PadSt Suaar Mill .... v.
Pala Plantation t.o .,, yi.o 11
Pro Suaar Co ..... j, in
Two or three simple statements of
fact in n Bulletin Want Ad may
'change and enlarge the whole ou
A1V1.1 f0P y0U
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Walalua Agricultural Ce
waiUHU ugar tit ...
Walluku Sujar Co So
Walmara'n i-uMr do.
Wim. .Mill Co .....
I ltr-tlan4 Stram N C.
Hawaiian DtctrlcCo .
Hon R T At L Co Con
Mutual Talaphona Co
Datiu K ft L Co ..
H1I0 Pallroal Co
lion. U. A M. Co
MiwT"4r III" CI)
Haw- Icrr'l ipe
krluniliitg l3 . ...
Haw 1. a p t M m
Haw Trr it- pc
Haw rrr'l 4rt P. ... 1
Haw Gov ipt. ....
Ol II'. bug. ft Ktl.Cn.
Haiku Sugar Co 6 p c H
Haw Com At Sug Co ) p.
Haw Suirar C..6p ( ....
HllnR l C.i Con 6 p C.
Hon II T At L 1:0 p.
Kahuku Plant LobbC.
(KhU H fi 1. 1:06 pc
vj.no "Migar uoepc .
Olaa Sujar C'to p r...
Pala Plant C
Ptnnr Atlll Co 6 p c
Walalua Agrli- C. 3 n,
McllivJr S. Cm-.
1 t.Ta o '
a trow 'v
Malic up 11 lallyhii p irij for W.i
llc.st oup of cuilre ip I lie city
A white lady nf experience deiliea n
position at ."nlcfhily.
The transport Tliotuns sailed for Sao
l-'rnnelscn at 5 o'clock Saturday After
Tho Standard Oil ship .lulcopulU hits
louled n cargo of rasa oil 1111 the Coast
mi, tor Japan.
Neatly liirnlslied rooms at tho Pop '
ular. (1, $1.50 nnd VI per week. 1243 1
A notice In re Win. Mutch .uvin.e
,00kE Children s Pumps 1
ill-le ivl A ZZZ
Tho lNtivot tincl Smiirlcat StuicJuy
Linolnj: or I-irty Sllppur Mpcchilly
cji'dortd i MUKKUMlcd ly Alr. Qunn
iim tlits IntCMt nnd prupur cJanclriK
!;MTht,ueg,u "' R"";,l "cer ,,I"'carh' Ppices, $2, $2,50, $3
rtyslemntlic our rinlnj? by liaMng ' -
) our old hat denied nt the Expert Hal " ,.,,,. a-. , ,,., vVliltL! CnnvK
Clennrr'a I-'ort street. S-T MntoiiL rvUI mid vvnitt "'" "
Not Ire Nn tipwltin tiiumriiw.
M'lnhcr II, mill!. IC I c linn thy
Latest sugar quotation. 3.83 cents or
477.60 per tan.
SUGAR, 3.88 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 7 1-2(1
Thielen & Williamson
Judge Do Holt this morning granted
a divorce to .liutullii (!o:inle Aiuluh.t !
Ircini (liegnrl.t Andhiin on grnumls cfl
nersupporl ' Members Hon. Stock and
Judgo DoIo'h Jury will report for duly change,
l.oxt Tlmrmlny. Insleiul of Wcilneiday 912 FORT 8T TEL. MAIN 12,
ns stated In the court till nitiiiiliig. LOAN3 NEGOTIATED.
GTOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Von get I0e smoke for Be when yuu , "
buy the On I cigar. It is the best clga.' m.
lur tli" money In Iho routilry. I T'
The IlattlcJlilp Wlsconrln has nulled i "
Iiom han l'roiifhco for the llrcmcrton
navy yard to undergo an uverhiulliis.
The (Jueen skating rink Is oren ever)
rvenlng nnd AVtilne.diiy mid Snlurdaj
r.f tenoonr. 8pc lal music r.ntl e!ce
llcii-i n turns 'l'iiesila. ncnlnf,.
Amih II, Crook hns ben appointed
election Inspector In the Twelfth I'le-ilm-t
of the l-'lfth Dlstiirt In placo ol
Mr. Kuller. who N In llllo mid bar
wired bin re'lgtmtlon.
Ill the ciiso of It. llnckfeld vs. .1. M
Mcnrairnl before .ludge ltobitixon Ihlr
niiinilii? the ileniurrer of the ihilnllfl
wan siiHialned mid the deremtniit given
live days in which i file mi amended
Tho cafe of l.ee fit Kee, chnrged with
milliter III the IVdernl Court, wno con
tlniied till the i"i t-iri by order ci
Judge Hide lh morning The niiilln
unniii was nt the ietiiesl of the at lor
nt y for the plaintiff
"No evidence has been presented to
me which I consider sufficient proof of
bis" 3rown "belnj pcrtonally cor
rupt." Lorrln A. Thurstcn s confes
Hon over bis own signature.
i lie l.'ii' i.. ilu rt.fct iiiulKiiy in ne-
llt Absoilnllon will give Hit second
iiuiitml shlrtwalKi dune nt I'rozrc-.
l-nll Kntiirday eculni;. Noveuiliir I'lh
'llclict r.D le-its e.ic',1. I'or Kile by nil
INow on IBnIiIHUIoii
Mclnerny Shoe Store
gr ruK ii Kcc i
Consists in th: proper use of anything;
is th: drink of
The Temperate Man
I "' - B
) IK," i r '! - X 5 . . -i '
l 1J Vev!t?.l ?W?- --rrrv-ritij,,
A watch tli.it won't keep correct time is worse
thin no wntch at nil. To the litisy :rnn of to-day a
reliable tiinqiiecc is most cietitia'..
. Our watches arc perfect timekc-epcrs.
IYI. R. Counter, 1141 Fort
The nlllieni nnd crew of the llrlllxh
MrnmKhlp Aden feel ciiiitildernbly iu
grieved nt the inurnliiR rmper'ii nc-i
count of the fintlull played by thell i '
team and tho ull-IIonoliilu team lurt , '
Saturilny. That they weio defeated
ihey admit, but ilievionsl'lerf tlmttain-
liienl that nil Iho llonoliilu go.ilkccpci
had to do huh to xmoke Ills pipe, iiii
gcneious Biiri-atin dlrertcd ngnliwl k
visiting team. The statement thai the
vc tiling of n gonl against them took nil
the ginger out of their team they ilen
as without foundation. The AoteaV
were playing with c-lnfMl shoos, nnd In
nddllltm they only recently arrived
from n long sea tugo, whero they hud
no onnnriiinliy for nracllc"
Tht'Aiitea boys lire n mighty tine lot
of renown, nnd nny attempt to bo car
cnxtli' ut their expense is pretty sm
I Try Gas
There are householders here
who do not realize the amount
of money they could save by
using gas for both fuel or
light. No trouble, no danger, f
plenty of leisure for resting.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Ifotcl Street Slorc
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DSPOT FOR D080
THE ROAD OVERALL8.
Fresh for llallow'cn
olAiM ON m
The Japanese, steamer Chluea Marti,
whltji went mi tho reef at the harbor
tililrunci) lust Bhtiirdtiy morning, wnt,
pulled off at 1:20 In tho afternoon with
much Icxh troublo than hud been nntlr
ipated, tonsldcrlng the fact that she
was on for her entlro length, Tho row
unuc cutter Maiming, nnd tho Inter-Is-land
stranierH Kit An Hon nnd Klnnu
ill had linos on tho Mcnraer, and torn
Itemed pulling nt about 12-HO. After
half an hour the toscl was moved
astern u fow feet, mid ufler twenty
mlnutiK more pulling tho Ohiur.i be-
K.ui to move rapidly mid slid Into deep
The lines were cast nit nnd the cs
H'l at oncn linmylil Into the hnrlioi
mid docked nt the Illshoji slip.
NotwItliHtaudlng her experience thr
Clilusa Muru scorns to havo Miltcrcd
tut injury to her hull, Cnptiiln Ilunzl
N'lyunui blniueh un one but himself fur
the accident, explaining tlml lie KiK
No, 4 buoy with tho light Hpar for the
uld ;nr buoy, which ho did not know
hud been removed
Tho C'hlusa Mnru will return to Yo
kohama In n frw dnys to load more
Irclghl mid Immigrants for Honolulu.
WnlkiM Inn is now owned by V. C,
llerglu Airommndatlons, supplies
nnd attendance absolutely first class.
I'lnest bnthlug cm tho beach.
I'nder the present election laws, mi-
lot. .uiibt remuln cluited all day to i
morrow, hut thero Is nothing In Iho law I
to prevent cafe's having ltiiur licence
I nun serving drinks with meals, t'nilcr
r.n rlrcuiiHtnticcs, however will the)
be allowed to dlspeuco liquor nt the
bar or without moalfl being served.
Hheriff Urn w n nt noon today issued
st i let orders to all tho pnllro to watch ,
Iho rule's clutcWn anil nt the first In-1
nlcnllnu of tho law being violated, ti.
airesl the offender.
SalooiiH must remain cIonci! nil tiny
on election day. ruder the old M
they wero allotted to open up after
lHi'U e.liHod, but the new Inw contain
no such priiUtlon. and Sheriff Drown
Hutcu that they wilt bo compelled to
stny doled during the entlro day and
French Mixed; Floral Scries; As
sorted, Golf Girls, American Deautles,
Bon Dons, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
College Girls, Assorted Nuts, Nuga
tines, Marshmallows, Caramels, Gum-
drops, Ice Cream Drops,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
1: Lewis & Company,
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 DCTHEL & HOTEL Gts.
163 KING STREET.
Is a delicious and refreshing drink. It
Is like an excellent peach in liquid
form. Ask for it. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
NEW - TO-DAY
N'otlr. Is hereby glcn Hint WH
Ham Mulch has leased the exclusive
rlglu In shunt deer nnd game birds cm
iho land or KhIiiiiuiiiiiI, Mnlokai; ami
hereby warns nil ii.tmiiw fniiii entry
upon mild laud ami shooting nny kind
Prosecution will follow any and all
persmiH shooting' ilierenn without
Honolulu Nov .'.. lliOl)
CERTAINLY THCY WOULD
III a ilrnnmllo nmniier. and with lin In hU cy. IMiIt litlilit lo
niauded, "Would Y mnileum Iho eiuhllniit parljMu Hawaii In t'li'iuul
ilnmnallim hmuuso u l.ealslalur imilinlkil by II mWmI vIclnM iiiur
hw?" "fhirp, niroi" can u fliortt nf mmwnin.
Well, I say, If you are feeling blue, you certainly don't look Itt Of
course that Is, If your clothes are ina de by us. Ve make garments that
have 6TYLE and OR'ACE and glvo to tho wearer INDIVIDUAL DI3TINC
TION, We make to your Individual measure for the time price you would
have to nay for rcady-to-weart, and wc give satisfaction,
8AVE MIDDLE-MAN'S PROFITS!
Our Bluo Serge Suits at J25 have no equal In town; THEY ARE
One of Many of
1 rr V I It' .11 I z k
GEO, A, MARTIN
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.