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Notary Public. Hrst Judicial Circuit.
....NOV. C. 1900.
. Every knocker In town calls himself
cu Independent Republican.
Muke the llnal votes straight votes
for the ltepubllcan candidates.
o - - - "
' Hood Republican weather; good n
publican crowds. This is a Republican
Tho splte-campalgu has been closed
pnd the peoplu will return the verdict
Some of the pastors of the city lmvo
covered themsHles with mud of their
If you have delayed in casting jour
straight Republican ticket, hiisllo lo
the polls and make good.
Hearst has been lampooned rjinost
enough to glvo him thu same guaran
tee of election Hint Brown has for re
election. Occupants of Vineyard street swipe
joints nre voting for laukna, nnd thus
li the " reform " campaign rewarded
There will be some mighty lessons
to bo drawn from tho effect of vllllllca
Hon and misrepresentation campaigns
on Hawaii's electorate.
laukea'H prediction of his majority
published in the Advertiser shows that
Curtis occupied the night before elec
tion with whistling up the wind to sus
tain his courage.
Election of u straight ltepubllcan
ticket Is what tho best Interests of
Oahu County and the Territory com
mand. Thu goods will be delivered
by tho voters as needed.
Is It truo or not.
That during the period when pastors
are presumed to be preparing their sen
Their candidate for Sheriff was play
ing pedro at so much a point?
The Advertiser devotes u final four
columns to contemptible miiuepieseu
'tatlon of Brown.
? And Thurston, owner of the Adver
tiser, says Brown is an honest man !
Call It a Home Rule roorback If you
' It is nevertheless a fact thai the
Home Rule party has endorsed nnd Its
members nro voting for Brown and
ether Republican County candidates.
REPUBLICAN SUPERIOR STRENGTH
No better Indication of tha superior
strength of tho Republican party In
'this County could be asked by the must
exacting purtlzan than a comparison of
fthu audiences ut tho closing rallies nf
thu Republican nnd Dcmoeiatlc par.
,llcs thu nlKht before election.
Thy voters ut the Republican meet
dug o.iluuinbervd tha usseinhly of Deiu.
'bcrulH three to one. And thu purlieu
,'larly Important fuatuie, as demolish
'ling Ihu fctroug loyalty to the party,
was thu way lu which the crowd in
malut'd till u lulu hour In the morning.
Thi'ie u lid ilmu-survlcu In tho lie
puhlltuu Hutharlng, The viiiura wen.
iilirvii'd und thninuulily In h tniutiliy
vlh Ihu lli'imlilliiiu doctrine Kxpmiud
I'd, Thei'i Mils un uliuiisphuiii n( mini
.ttriKM mu NtuhllHr uhom im timber
' tiiK entirely Inching nt tin? Democratic
Iriu'etliiR, where tlio only cheers wer
In response to some coarse Jeer, HWn
Slhn's reference to n iluminy police
placing their Inllticticu at tlio polls n
Tho ItepulilUati gathering was or
ilerly, with saloons on nil sides. And
the Democrats secured enough nolso
jfiom the Inspiration of onu saloon near
'' to "er a iceljlo effurt to mnku Up
In forced enthusiasm what was Incklna
tt than the hypocrisy of tho "reform
tones of which tho Ucuiociats claim
to bo the agent. Votes lmvo been ccst
Mleadlly throughout the dny as much
In protect against the disreputable
campaign of Hepuhllcnn opponents as
In the support or the principles of the
The result as the day ndvancoR r
ot In doubt. The scratching of lie
, utillmii ballots Is cimllno.l in nnn ...
Uo ,.,,.,,,,, only nluI , vo ev
,M,B"" ur" tho cM " "
' Then- are enough straight votes
lu owrconiu this folly, and thu Htralght
Hcpulillinii ticket will bo curried
inriiugii in a sunsinmiui victory.
The morning paper In tho course nf
a few additional columns of vllo per
sonal attacks on Sheriff Drown culls
on Its readers to beware of roorbacks.
The one mentioned Is tho prospect-
'VL' assertion that the Home Killers
have endorsed Sheriff Brown, nnd nro
working with sample ballots accord
Thus does tho morning vlltlflcr try
to make a roorback of Its own.
There can bo no roorback nbout It.
The members of thp Home Utile party
are not only voting for Brown but for
a good number of other candidates oi
thu ltepubllcan County ticket.
This fact has been no secret for a
week past, although the morning pa-
per pretends to have Just discovered
It. HuuullaiiH believe primarily lit
fair play. They leaned toward Brown
Horn tho very llrst, and when it was
apparent that laukea was allied with
the forces of unfair and dishonorable
methods, they became active support
ers of the Republican Sheriff.
Hawaiian support of Brown Is no
luorbark. It Is u fact.
MORALITY TBAT IS NOT
The statement made by W. W. liar
lis at .Monday night's rally regarding
the attltudu of one of thu occupants of
J. H. HERT8CHE.... General Manager
JOI-l.-TttATfjlT ATI ACINTt.
ITAflK .... BfiMtt BROKtRI.
$ '-- llNIITMrMT MtiittJMl Awn
Matlock Avenue , $36.00
Young Street 26.25
Lunalllo Street 60.00
McCully Street 25.00
Emma Street 12.50
Beretanla Street 40.00
Aloha Lane 18.00
King Street 35.00
Nuunnu 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.
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Corner Fort ami Merchant b'ts
. i.tZ V
u pulpit III this town sorted to elnch
more than one Republican uto that
might have been hitherto wavering.
Mr. Harris said that on Sunday night
A minister of the cloth had denounced
him ns a man he could not support
except for the fact that a saloon-keeper
v as apposed to. him.
Harris then pointed out that this
minister had been lo Flunk llaney
and given him a hearing. The minis
ter had not come near lltinls nor ask
ed lilin u ipiesthm us to his position.
Think or such an exhibition of un
fair to say nothing of un Christian
prejudice coming irum n person who
Hands before, the people us mi Inter
preter of the teaching that should be
I. light unto thu path of every man.
Think of a person, who calls upon
the peoplu to forsnke their evil nays
nnd tuke for Ihclr guide the teaching
of Christ, putting himself on record
ct- committing such u crime ugalnst
honorable dealing nu would be scumed
by nine-tenths of the men who make
nu professions uf righteousness, but
nevertheless prnctlce It to a far great
er degree than Is demonstrated In this
If this campaign lesiilts In nothlt'g
else. It Is a lesson that there Is a great
necessity for a moral revival lu Hono
lulu and a return to the fair and chari
table teachings of the Lord and Mas
ter, especially among certain men
whose duty it Is to slnud before thu
community as exemplnis of honorable
and fulr dealing.
What greater outrage, ngalnst all
that humanity has been taught Is best,
can there bo than the condemnation of
ii man without giving him u hearing or
attempting to secure his side uf the
A wuter.front laborer has inoro re
gard for thu finer instincts of man
hood. No upology, no explanation, no state
ment of any kind can wipe out tho ab
solute sin that Is contained In the fu'jts
to which Mr. Hurrls has drawn atten
tion. Well may tlio preacher hold com
munion with himself nnd study well
whether he cannot accomplish the
preatest good by Btlcklng lo a few of
the wholesome texts that guide tho
lives of men who make less llnmhny
ant professions of their ability to solve
nit the Intricacies of theological truth.
Rev. II, II. Parker wag doing some
political work among thu Hawallana
nnd white mechanics, advising them to
vote for good men. According to In
formation received ho was working for
laukea and opposing Brown, Vida and
Justus Miles Foreman has left New
York for un extended Journey, the
Itinerary of which Includes Australia,
New Zealand and tho South Sea Isl
ands, and which Is undertaken, ho
said, not to gain new literary mate
llal, but solely because ho "wants to
play a little."
HOW TO BE
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Captain Of The Mongolia
Charges Attempt To
Do Him Up
Captain W. P. S. Porter, of the steam
ship .Mongolia, during the Investigation
to fix tho respouslblll.y fur the strand
ing uf the liner on Midway, lutlmuted
there was u conspiracy ngalnst him on
part of his llrst, second und third ulll
leis During the Investigation it iilse
developed that some dins niter thu tied-
dent, the ulllrlul log of the vessel wits
tr.mpcicd with. The book shown threa
erasmes, and tha llgurt-3 Inserted uru
uf n character to cnnvlit Captain Por
ter of Incompetency.
According to the log book of the chief
engineer, the slgtiul to stand by was
given at S:37 p. m the slow bell rang
ut S:5C, thu engines were slopped nt
1): 00. the signal to go nhcad at hall
sliced wus sounded ut U: 18, thu order to
reduce speed to "dead slow" cuinu nt
9: 17, the bells that stopped thu engines
for the second tliiio tapped ut 1U:L0
full speed nsteru ciimu ut Hi::'., und the
ship struck tho reef nt W.'i". Thesl
llgures do nut correspond with those
of the ofllclul log book, which was poni
ed by the second olllccr. and which now
plainly shows that the urlgimil figures
have beeu scratched out.
Captain Porter acknowledges that he
disobeyed orders In tippro.ichlng Mid
way utter dark, stating that he thought
he was farther nuuy from the reef than
he was. und thnl he wanted to save
some uf his sailors a lony pull lu
Local Inspector .John K. Bulger,
though not tuklug sides with Captain
Porter ngalnst the other oltlters, stilted
emphatically that ho Intended to see
fair play. To First Mato Martin he
t "There has been a good deal of talk
nbout doing Ciiptnln Porter up. nnd I
don't pioposo that he or any other man
shall be done up through me. I tun
neither for nor against him und I will
show no partiality. All 1 want Is Mr
play and u sipiaro deal, and every man
that conies before me Is going to get
Captnlu Porter claims that the sound
ings made by First Mato Martin were
vvioug nnd were responsible for the
i Mongolia going ashore.
R. P. Schwerln, vice president und
manager of the Pacific Mall, Is greatly
Incensed n;;alnsl Captain Porter, and
appeared much inclined to accept the
testimony of the captain's subordinates.
lu the course of proceedings Cnptuln
Purler verbally 1 tendered his reslgnn
Hon to Mr. Schwerln, "Never mind
about your resignation; you will he
dismissed. Captain," replied Schwerln,
"Well, I tender my resignation now,'
Insisted Porter. 1
"I will not receive it," said Schwctln.
Porter later sent n formal letter of
resignation to Manager Schwerln. In
it he stated that ho had followed the
tea for 37 years, -C years na master ot
steam nnd sail, trading in all parts u
the world, and during that time, up to
the Mongolia Incident, he had never
had nn accident, except being crushed
in the Ice In the Atctlc ocean, For sev
en ycais he bad been a captain for the
Pnclfle Mall, and In view of his record
with them, ho said he wus greatly sur
prised nt being charged with being an
President Homo of Kamehameha
has given IiIh decision In regard to
thu football situation at tho school
Dining his absence several members
of tho llrst squad broUe boiimW at
night, and Acting Principal The jipsou
punished them by prohibiting football
till the return of Mr. Home.
President (IrlMths of Oahu College
has received a message informing him
that the schedule will bo played out
by the Kanm. The latter have forfeit
ed their llrst game, which was to havu
taken place last Saturday, to tho I'll
nahuus. Tho College boys held a
meeting lu which scveial members
spake against the acceptance of the
forlelted game. Thoy do not think
that they havu an easy chance uf beat
lug thu Kams, but want to give them
an even shuw.
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Vou will have to' come lo the
Bulletin olllcu tonight for Ihu
Telephone reporlB from Wain-
4- Inn shortly nfter 1 o'clock states
4 that only CU votes remain to be 4
eait. The Republicans me lolling 4
4 n good vole and u return uf u ma- 4
4 Jorlty for Brown and the straight 4
4 Republican ticket Is confidently 4
4 "Republicans all right down 4
4 here and Brown strung," Is the re- 4
4 port from Wnlanne, the "strung- 4
r hold" which the Democrats have 4
4 claimed with to much confidence. 4
4 "Very few Democrats down 4
here," Is the telephone mersago 4
4 that comcH from Knneohe, once 4
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4 Civic Federation uud some of Its 4
4 candidates. 4
IKEs'u Mr I IN
! "Things nre going very favorab- w
' ly for me," said laukea this fore-
x noon, when seen nt tho Kunawal
X precinct, onu of his strongest
t places, "I am beating Brown in u
) thu Fourth District; 1 know thnt.
x In the town precincts of the Filth u
V District I do not claim tiny ma-
it jorlty, but on thu other hand
H Brown will not beat me even n
. there. We will run about even. X
w "In thu country precincts I nm
sure of a great majority over )
u Brown. I will bo elected on thu X
u majority which I get from the X
country precincts and from the rf
Washington, Oct. 20. Captnlu FrnuU
C. Joweil, quartermaster, will report to
general superintendent of the urmy
ttnnsport service at San FruncUco for
duty ns quartermaster uf tho Irammurt
Ijgan during tho Nc.eul'8 next voyage
to tho Philippines and return to Sun
Francisco, temporarily relieving Cap
lulu Wendell U Simpson, quarter
master, who will continue temporarily
ns assistant to the depot quartermaster
at Sun Francisco.
Thu Logan Is duo to anlvu at Houu
lulu next Monday.
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WHAT McKINLEY SAID
Editor Evening Bulletin: Will you
itiniuy piiuiisn tlio following fiom My
Notes. It may do soma good in the
piescnt fight for Delcgntu for Cou
tress. "I would prefer uuo of the
young Princes of the house ot tho lust
Monarch of Hawaii for Delegate to
Congrcsi Prince David for Instancn
tend one of them and Congress will
help him, uud wo will assist him all we
cuji (pointing to Senator Chirk of Win
mlug), Do not send u foiclgners who
went there and became u citizen, fur
ou can't always tell nbout them uud
Congress will tient them with some
suspicion, but you gentlemen send a
i Hawaiian, or one born In thu Teirltory
I of foreign parentage. Congress vvll
believe him and tlio American people
will treat him right." Piesldent Win.
McKluley to the ltepubllcan Delegation
troin Huwull, June ltiOU. Wushlugtoii,
Ci B. WILSON.
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