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EMiNINO nULt.KTIN, HONOLULU. T H.. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 7. 190C.
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Monday, Oct. 29 2386
Tuesday, Oct. 30 .' 2381
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Thursday, Nov. 1 2385
Friday, Nov. 2 2374
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..NOV 7. 13UG.
Iltturus proe the llnal retirement of
tho Home Utile party ns a partlzan fac
tor. Everjouo but the political runner
can agree In being Jo fill that It Is all
Ilrtiv.n defeated by thllteen votes and
u technical count-out Is Drown vlnili
tated by tho majority of O.ihu's oil
Izeus, It would be unkind to refuse congrat
Ulntlois to the partlzans who have
waited bIx long jenrs for even n par
Success gained by a count-out would
no doubt bo accepted by llrown's en
emies, whose moral liber Is Inlluenccd
nly by desire.
Political or personal prejudice might
cause u campaign for thu deposing of
Itoad Supervisor Johnson. It will not
bu ilono by olllcluls dcslious of giving
tho County an elllclent mail In hi de
' WHAT WAS ACCOMPLISHED.
When tho citizens of Oahu County
(auvassed thu returns of tho election
and taw what they had ilono were
Tho least enthusiastic Is thu split
lekot business man, who finds that
.he personal light aguluU Drown has
possibly Btcured tho defeat of 'tho
Sheriff by a technical iimht-out the
majority votu of the County vvus ensi
lor Drown but It has accomplished the
certain defeat of V. W, Harris, tho
rpeclal representative of thu business
tommunlty on the Supervisor ticket,
mid placed a Hoard of Supervisors in
power which has but ono or tvvu men
who will bo generally classed as bus
iness Interest representatives,
What the split-ticket men were aim
ing at was a Democratic Sheriff con
trolled by a Republican board of Su
pervisors. The result speaks for It
. cclf as to tho wisdom of the campaign
- which has tended to throw politics In
to the channels of primary prejudlco
Tho possible defeat of Drown, oven
t.nder u count out, shows whero tho
majority of tho voters stand on thu
question of the Sheriffship, nnd tho
Republican committee will be derelict
In Its duty lr It does not fight the
tount against Drown to thu end.
As far as the so called moral ele
ments of the city aro concerned, they
will have to seek further than tho re
turns to find any causo for satisfaction
If "they bo honestly In favor of best
men for public olllco.
Their campaign against Drown has
assisted thorn In doing thu doubtfully
righteous net of putting two culoan
owners In olllco, In plnco of men who
have always stood,' for tho most caro
fill restriction of thu liquor trultlc. The
best mon they have assisted In elevat
ing to olllru ( oiilil futulsh lino I II era
lure on higher moral Ideals, nnd have
no real sympathy with this Intuitu of
their support Tho position of the
"moral" fortes Is sadly ridiculous,
and thu practical mm of thn ionium
III t y will bu surprised but pleased If
llietu gentlemen oru not nlllilu twelve
month iPKreltlug thn part they huvu
Taken us u whole, thu lesuli lu tin
County Ik w vlilmy for Urn Hawaiian
Aiuurlt'iiii iirKiinlKJlloii thut iiiuli'ili
thn iirfii(i "illilis of IIin Count) uiul
'believes that the Hnvviilliins, being In
i llio majority. should hold llio locnl of.
'fleet. Thin organization lms never os - It
iiuiikoiI bicaklng nwny from partlzan
politics. Delegate Kuhlo has vigor-1
ously urged anything but straight
AmiTltnn politics. Hut when the men-!
who were originally the most ardent
lor pnrilznn, us against personal" poll-
tii a ninrtiMl in votu on tlit lr best-man !
i,lt.0I K , to be expected Unit the
auk and llle of thu llnwnllntis would
Mile ihelr tliket nccutdlng to their ,
naiuial leanings It ivvns this vote1
that defeated llairls, although It was
-.teailfint In Its support of Drown. I
Thele Is no doubt that thu County I
result will bo tuken ns the signal fori
nn nttunpt to tsi
nl binary, urn-
siablish onu of the most
man-power machines i
"ml liaH ever lieen Known in tue ier-
Tho voters of Oahu County have
put the Hawaiian-Americans In tutu
pletc control of the government of thu
County of Oahu.
It Is no secret thut mini! of the votes
rast to thl end were thrown by men
who hnvu openly argued the Incompe
tence of thu Hawaiian-American and
have said In effect that It was only
necessary to let them have n free
swing that they might hang them
selves, nnd causu the peoplo to become
disgusted with County government.
nie situation us It win prestnt It
self on thu first of January Is, there
foru, out In which the Hawallnn-Amcr-Iran
will ho put on his mettle to pro
tone County government from thu
political wolves constantly lurking
about for an opportunity to rend and
Centralize anil Commlsslonlze Is
still thu program of tho men wiio have
done their utmost to break down par
tlzan lines In Hawaii and arouse prej
udice. They.liavo misrepresented and
defamed In thu past; they wilt do It
Tho llulletln believes now as It til-
was bus that the Hawallau-Amerlcun
will make good. Hut even In thu flush
of victory our fellow citizens should
remember that the campaign to over
throw American 8cf-guvcrnmcnt In
tho Territory has Just begun, and they
with all others who believe In tho prin
ciples of American government need
bu on guard.
KUHIO'S INCREASED MAJORITY.
Partial returns from the other Conn
lies do not dim the splendid victory
which Delegate Kuhlo bus secured
Since his election was est tain, the
overwhelming vote given him may
properly be taken as a special endorae
inent of what hi has done for the Tor
ci it PAL
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
V . VTi.ttKHOTS5i&..i-
V -11 l.(WSMr!IStIRSr!TM ANTS.
aV. y noes. u ao brokiss.
Matlock Avenue $36.00
Young Street 26.25
Lunalllo Street S0.00
MeCully 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 00.00
Lots at Kalmukl for cash or In
exchange for sugar stocks.
Henry Walorhouse Trust Go,. UJ.,
Comer FoiUml Merchant SU
F 8 LEX AN PER
rllnry In Congress
Knlilo 1ms dominated the politknl
- ltiintlon (or two Ir-ims nnd llio Mile
by which he In returned for the third
term puts him nltnost In the position uf
dictator. If he so desires. j
As far its the Issue ralspd by his chlet
opponent Is loncenied, there Is no
cnubt of whero the Delegate stands, lie
ulll rilurn to CoiiEiiss to mill for I In-
wall, knowing full well thai nnllilna
which will work thn (lightest destritc-
live llllltli'lu-o'lll these Islands Is not a ,
mensuru to receive other than the
strenuous opposition of the ltcpubllcan ,
Delegate tpe.iklni; for the lUpublhur
REP HLIOANR ARK IN I OWER. i
Although tho Democrats have made
Mibstanllal gains In two Counties
thu Territorial government Is still
ttrougly In the hands of the Itepubllciu
The Democratic gains In the legis
lature huvu been Riilllclent only to as
i.ure them ti fair sized opposition thai
will nt no time threaten Itepiihllcnn
control Oahu, Maul and Kauai dele
Cations niu practically tollil and main
llp of men who will make a good rec
ord. The work of broadening the County
law, making It muru effective and car
r)lug out thu many Important piom
lt.cu made In the party platform declara
tions will be dune by thu Itepubllcnii
part), which has tho numerical Urn.
nnd the ability to do with.
Answers To Complaint
Filed In Federal
Two ntiswers were filed by defendant!
in tin Ileef Trust suits In tho Federal
Court )titerilay morning by Eric
Knudsen of Kauai and Harry von Holt
of Honolulu, Tho answers are both
In the imtttio of n general denial of the
tomplalnt and stnto that neither of the
lespundcnts nto tonnected In any wuy
with the alleged trilfct.
lu KiiiiiIfcu'h answer ho set forth
that he neither admits nor denies tho
allegation as regurds the formation of
n beef trust but leaves that for thu pe
titioners to prove. Thut, as far as l.q
U concerned, ho has never sold any
l.eef cattle to the Metropolitan Meat
Company, the principal defendant, but
that his plaiu of buslneat Is on the Is
innd of Kauai and that ho raised cattle
thero and uses them simply for the
locnl consumption of that Island. Ho
alleges that he conducts an entirely In
HOW TO BE
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events. A fire Insurance
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against loss of home and
belongings from fire.
We Issue policies.
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SOMETHING NEW IN
This Is linen that has not
been 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.
1 68 Inch, per yard, $1.00
I Napkins to Match, $2.50 doz.
J72 Inch, per yard, $1.25
I Napkins to Match, $3.00 doz.
PE-RU-NA RELIEVES "8
La Crtppe Sows the Seed of
Chronic Catarrh, Indigestion,
Nervous rrostratlon and
a Host of Ailments
PEKUNA Is a remedy for the after
effcouut la grippe.
Nearly every person who has had the
grip during tho past w Inter limit, lilm
self left with some chronic catarrhal
condition moro or less Intolerable.
It may be a hacking cough, or a tired,
Sometimes indigestion appears and
hangs on In rpltoof all remedies.
A short course of Peruna removes all
there symptoms and puts the patient
We havu a multitude of testimonials
along this line.
La Grippe Leave o Case of Syatemlc
Judge Horatio J, (loss, Hrtwell,(la.,
"Home five or six years ago I had a
very severe spell of grip which left me
with systemic, catarrh.
"A friend advised mo to try your
Peruna, which I did, and was Imme
"The third bottle completed the cure."
Holds Pc-ru-na In tilth esteem.
Miss l'.rnestlno Durochcr, .11 Notre
Dame, St. Henri, Montreal, Can., wrltest
"During several years I experienced
much Inconvenience on account of
weakness and heart trouble.
"The best doctors treated mo, but
"A year ago 1 commenced to tako
"1 persevered with It regularly and a
change took placo moro rapidly than I
expected. To-day I am entirely cured.
"1 hold Peruna In tho highest esteem
and 1 am always ready to speak a good
word In Its favor. I owe my euro to
"Pc-ru-na Was Recommended by One
of My friends."
Mr. N. lleaucliamp, l'J) ruo Notre
Dame, Lachlne, P. Q., wrltest
"I tried tho famous romedy, Peruna,
which was recommended to tne by ono
of my friends, H. Pllon.
"1 have not been without this valu
ablo remedy for seven months, and now
I seo that 1 am entirely cured.
"Formerly, on lying down I was un
able to brealho through my noso and I
never passed a day without headnehe.
"To-day 1 expcrlcneo none of these
symptoms unit this Is duo to Peruna."
For special directions everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surroundieach bottle. Pe
runa Is for sale by the following drug-
dependent business from any of the
defendants acalnst whom the com
plaint is undo and that he has never
In any way tried to monopolize the
Undo of thn Huwnllan Islands In re
gard to beef cattle cither ns mi Individ'
tial or as n stockholder In nny firm ur
He slutes that helm; Independent l.c
Is and always litis been ready to sell
Ms tattle anywhere and to anyone for
the best prk-o which he could obtain In
tho markets. He has not attempted In
rtHtniHi trade or act otherwise In vio
lation to tho U n led States laws.
He denies tho fact that beef t-atlle can
be raised nnd sold to this Island for six
tents per pound or less nnd states that
ti the best of his belief it Is Impossible.
He also denlei tho fact that beef tat
tle ran be Imported from the mnlnland
or elsewhere and bold for this same
low price. As tho result of this he links
that tho tomplalnt against htm bo dis
missed and that ho be no longer mado a
defendant lu tho suit.
Harry von Holt denies that ha has
over been engaged In the business uf
falsing, selling, shipping or furnishing
Itrf cattle to llio market. He also ile
tiles that he Is or has been 11 stockhold
er In tho Metropolitan Meat Company.
He kIm tea that his position Is simply
that uf Superintendent uf the Hunch
Department of the Oahu Hallway and
Land company mid that neither In this
nor In his Individual capacity has ho
entered into tho trtnt or combination
ngalnst which steps are now being tak
en by the I'cderal nuthorltles.
ullels from the now ,30-callber lilies
of tho United Slates Army whirl with
great rapidity, Tho rilling kIvch ono
tuvolutlon ol tho bullet about Kh axis
In ten Inches. At the mitzzlo tho ve
loclty of tho bullet Is 2,300 fust u
teconil, which means 2.7C0 turns n
t.ccond.'hssumliig Hint thu bullet does
not strip In tho rilling. Tho clrcum
lurcucu of the bullet is .942 of an Inch,
which -gives 11 peilphorul velocity of
V'.COU Inches each second, or 13,000
Ket u minute
We can be found at all hours of the
day at our office and by Phono Main
179 and all hours of night by Phone
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J. A. (lover, president Lt
I'liarmaclu Lntonluse, luw Herri
Montreal, Can., wrltest
" can highly recommend ) our
Inestimable preparation, Peruna, to
all those who suffer from the bad
after-effects of la grippe,
"Two bottles of Peruna have
brought to mo a complete cure of
that sickness, anil lt has acted as the
best lonlo for the system that I have
Head and Stomach Were Affected by
Miss 01lvlnoPorrault,&27J ruo Albert,
Montreal, Can., writes)
"I wrlto you a word to congratulate
you on your famous remedy, I'eruna. I
tried other remedies, but my cold did
notgetnny better, and I feared I was
"Tho condition of my head and stom
ach was very annoying. I had coughed
dsy and night for three months, as the
resultofn cold which I had contracted
from sudden change of temperature.
"My brother advised mo to try Peruna
and I did so, for ho was cured by Peruna.
I took lt regularly and Improved sti ad
lly. I have now taken threu bottles of
It mid am completely cured."
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In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
& Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
WAH.l'lvl'. Maul, Nov. 7. To Iltil
lctln, Honolulu: Tho Itupubllcmii
made n clean s.veep on Maul.
Kuhlo'a vote was luOU, MrClanalian
12'i. Nntley SIT., vvllli Molokal to he
heard fioni. t
Knluo beat Cornwellfor' Walhiktl
District Hiirorvlbor by flve'votcs. The
straight ticket of tho Republicans
downed thu Homo Killers ut every
Tho Hepiiblltans expett u good ma
Joilty ftom Molol.al,
Tho Itepiililltuus are parading thn
htttets of Wuilukii. rending thu air
with their iheeis. The Homo Rulers
Hpnlul to the Uullcfliil
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Nov. 7.
The election returns outside of Greater
New York eave Huqhes, Republican,
a plurality of 124,000.
The Hearst plurality In the city J
The Democrats were unwilling to
'oncede the defeat. Hearst himself re
luctantly admitted that the returns
ohow defeat. The rural districts elect
Tammany's Judiciary ticket la elect-1
Chanler, the Democrstlc candidate
for Lieutenant Governor, Is probably
California elects the entire Rcpubl!
can Congressional ticket. Langdon,
lie Indcpondcnco League candidate,!
runs third, Cook Is defeated for Ati '
i m me
I'lofussiii IMwiiid I'ii kins Cliiilu
IIin newly appointed print I pa t of the
(Ynlinl S'uw Voi It liuilluiliiii of limit
Mules vvus led tu iiutliK thn iiiifiHliiii
Uf H'UllllllK Hie dear Ills llh's Amli
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