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EJENINO BULLgTIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY. MOV. 10. 1906.
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Wednesday, Nov. 7 3482
Ihuitday, Nov. 8 2C02
rrlday, Nov.fl 2305
Average dally circulation 2694
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'. II. UUHNLTTK,
Notary I'ulillc, First Judlu'M ClrculL
NOV. 10. I'JO'i.
Isn't It glorious '
That u canvas Iiiik been made uf
Saloon kecpi'is, dlvo-kecpi-m, gum
Mem Anil mull '
Isn't It (llcrrluus T
That tin opportunity bus been offer
Tliu Organ of " reform " fur
TliMhO Hod-Light people to express
Thulr "opinions" on tin- t'li-ftlon 1
ISN'T IT Ol.OltlOUS!
That, three days nfter the
Election, (he Organ remind
t These people that It Intend to
f flhc Ilium llrat place lu Uk columns
Auit In glad they like laukcu ?
ISN'T "REFORM" GLORIOUS 7
.THE GOLDEN RULE.
(it-orge W. Smith, lu commenting ou
lliu election results, voices a very wide
spread feeling of protest anil regret
ivgtirdliig the attitude of certain pastor
during the recent County campaign.
.Mr. Smith put It nicely hut does nut
leave unsaid u single sentiment whlcli
Iuim tome tit tliu minds of men of ClirU
llun ehuracter us they have observed
the utter abandon to which certain pus
turn huve given themselves In unfair
ly anil dishonestly preferring charges
ujjiilnst well known public men.
We ure reminded hy these men that
they nre but human, and thus the Him
of commission on their part lead oth
ers to contempjato tho magnificence of
men who, whether they profess much
or nut, endeavor to follow so lar us pos
t tilde the teaching of the Golden Rule.
h THAT BAND FUND.
Tim developments of tho lust twenty
lour UourK have not dimmed the wis
dom of the recommendation made hy
this, paper that the way to brine bulk
tliu band Is to bring It back.
While worthy gentlemen of the town
are trying to ilnd wnys und means lu
net at the relief fund, the people uro su
ing their stM'rul ways In di) their nhurc
to ralkc Borne money
The Utilletln has already over $.100
available for this fund, which it bus
been said must he only ft,ve times' great
er In Older to bring the boys buck.
Thu Kuwalhau Club has made ai
ruuguments for u public benefit and tlm
Ui legato has called u meeting of prom
inent Hawaiian societies to devlae other
means of giving their portion
Meanwhile persons who huvo u dol
lar or two to give are turning their
money into thu llullelln, where It will
be hvlil to be udded to the general fund
that may be gatlieied.
Wu uiu Inclined lo believe that the
Utilletln la making mine headway than
those dialing tho relief fund, although
wu confess to it tympathy with the
theory which the .Merchants' Assocla
tlun members have suggested,
Tho only objection to It la that thu
results uio not forthcoming. Ah tho
Dullcdu stilted In Its last Ihsuc, It hits
the man available who will furnish nil
the money needed for Immediate triiue.
pollution provided he has u fair guar
iinleu thutjui will be relmhiiised, ex
tept for K'SO, which hu Is willing to
I til In .is his loiitrllnitlon.
Tlivie s plenty of moiity Imn. Til'"
tuiltl shoillil be bipughl baili, Send
III yiuir KiilinilplloiiK in Hie llullitiu,
inn) should It licit hu needed l run ho
H'lllllllll III III Hcull II IOIIIM! will III
ItHlst pioillKK ,1 ilellllllu flllld wllll ll
thou li bu li'iuly before miiiiI s oh.
l.ilneil fiim Uiu vilO'iK iiiriu'ia n( lh
mi III iniuiilInK llm inui nf lliu rplli'l
HOJiESP NEED MOT PEAR.
The combination of tin eat and ca-'
Jolery used by the porcine creature Itij
Its "argument" against a recount of
the vote cant In this County for the
County Sheriff is not new As nsunl
the "comment" offered has nt sugges
tion of the right of the matter, nor does I
it display an unselfish Interest to ob
tain the truth of the election result.
The tettliuony is undisputed that the
Inspe torn of tho various precincts did
but follow n uniform rulo In htiiiilllue
the ballets, Homo Inspectors followed
file rule lu rejecting ballots mid some
The testimony Is undisputed that tin
iiln'ctluiis of tb (lovernor glu-n to the
iiiKpii'tom were not followed out by all
The testimony Ik undisputed tlml
many of the belt legal men of the Ter
lltory are, ennlldent that tho ruling
made on the rejection of County bal
lots. In cnBe the voter miide nn error
lu marking nun ntllccr. Is not good law
and would not hn npliild If the inattei
wem presented for argument boftire the
full bench of the Supreme Court.
It Is n matter ,of establishing the
lav. for future elections ns well ns put
ting tho man In olllce whom the electcrs
gave n majority vote.
If the opponents of the recount tun
to well satisfied that the result would
not bo changed, It is nt least return li
able that they t-hoiild he mi smiiilutli.
in antagonizing such u move.
What different u does It mal;e that
the opposition will piefer chaiues ol
corrupt jiructho In the election and
"undoubtedly prove them" ut the mr
cine creatine puts It?
If there wns corruption irr- the elej-
tlon In nny hontst citizen Intel esled In
having It covered up?
What sort of nil Individual Is It who.
claiming to know of corruption, says
to the public. "If you bring this case
beforo the courts I will prefer charges.
but if you ilon t, I won't" "he cum
ralgu has witnessed most damnable
crimes ug.ilnst morality und iteci-licy
In thu name of good citizenship. Is It
lo bo carried forward In tho same In
tuniuus und rrlmltiul way?
There Is but one question Involved In
the recount a legal and honest louut.
That's all. '
1 he Job work department of the
Rvenlng tliilletln may huve an Import
ant hearing on this subject, but wo
doubt (lint the Supreme Com t will take
It into ttiiislderatlou.
There should be a recount of (ho
utes cast for Sheriff.
There should bo a careful argument
and nu unprejudiced tp-ilnlun pusscit
upon the questions linolved In thu
wrong markings of ballots ut tho last
Until n decision Is made, these ni.it
icrswlll he a constant subject of ills
puto'nt future elections.
No man In favor of Justice need fear
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
K.i t . v ;tttsi
V J I ilSf rjaaiituwiiiA"".
rf.jVt V' Toenofois.
J Sj- i V-iS- ItfVIITMIWT UtUM,l MUin
Lunalllo Street $50.00
Kapiolanl Street 26.25
McCully Street 25.00
Cor. Klnau and Pensacola Sts.. 25.00
hCmm'a 8treet 12.50
Beretanla Street , 40,00
Protpect Street 30.00
King Street 35.00
Aloha Lane 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36.00
f uuanu Street 50 00
Matlock Avenuo 25.00
Nuuanu Street 50.OO
A house and lot In Manoa Valley,
suitable for small family, House will
be completed In two weeks.
Cult or Installments,
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HO I'WIIHA IH
IMItor Kvenliig Bulletin Kindly al
low me space In our vnluabto columns
In older to correct nn error which thu
local papers have unintentionally, I
lellcve, lioiircsst'd on the public .re
r.nrilliia the St. l.oulo College Alumni
doing politic B.
The St. l.oills College Alumni wai
organized for the fullowlng puriioaos
viz : ,
To nsslst lu maliitnlnlng ccholar
To promote nlhletlc rimrtB.
To lender assistance to lis members
III their miciiIIoiih, anil to aid them lu
rcc tiring employment.
To procure libraries, lending room
and 11 club hoiire.
To atsUt our nl:n:i mater In cstnh
lulling upeilal studies, and to nsslsl
in maintaining n piunthly Journal, de
toted lo ltn Itilercct
At 110 time lu the past have politics
been discussed ut any of tho Alumni
uectlngs, nor will it ever be tolerated
l.i tho future. The olllcers of the St.
I.ouls College Alumni lime nowr ut
tny tlmu'iidvocated the election of any
larllctilar caudldalu for nny olllce, ns
wo consider It the privilege of evcVy
member of said alumni, us American
citizens, to ui.e their own discretion
legal ding the luiidldates In thu ltd;
punilcati, Democrat or lluiiiu Itule pur
lies, tlie St. Louis College AI11m11l.be
Tliauklug you for the spac 0" allowed
lue, I beg to leiiiulu, youis rospec.l
fully. ' '
v.,. JAMfcS U HOLT, t
frestiteiit, St. Louis Cnllege Aluwt
Honolulu, T. II.,
November 10, liiiifl.
Capt. Weiss Marooned
On Wrecked Olympla
New Ycjrk, Oct. ". Kor u husband
and wlfu to separate because of In
compatibility of temper Is sud, but to
be compelled lo stay away fiom one
another through the machinations of an
evil fate, nn liilluenee entirety beyond
their control, is yet sadder.
Mrs. Weiss, wife of Captain Jacob
Weiss, Jius, by u peculiar combination
of circumstances, been separated from
l.er husband for over u yeur, nnd prob
ubly will not sea him fursovcr.il moiilhe
to come, Mrs. Weiss Is wearily waiting
lu her comfortable little cottage. Union
Court. I,. I., fur tho return of her
spouse, n sea captain, whom the elo
ments have made u ptlsoner at the
other end of the world.
Over a year ugo the Joy Steamship
Company engaged Captain Weiss to
lake charge of the steamer Olympla,
which their agents hud bought in Port
land, Ore. With 11 crew. Captain Weiss
left New York lu September, 190."i, and
traveled oterlaud to Sun Francisco and
BOW TO BE
Look Into the future.
Be prepared for coming
events. A fire insurance
policy will protect you
against lost of home and
belongings from fire.
We issue policies.
938 FORT ST.
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 havo a fine
linen at a much lower price
than you could have bought
the full bleached at first.
68 Inch, per yard, $1.00
Napkins to Match, $2.50 doz.
72 inch, per yard, $1,25
Napktns to Match, $3.00 doz.
th,ence to Porthnd On January 31st j
of this year the Olympla, In to-;, of the
steamer 1 Stealandla, left Portland for
New York by way of the Horn.
All went well until March 13th, when
the tleamer reached the Straits of Ma
gellan. After passing through and
when about lo enter the Atlantic the
steamer encountered a terrific gale.
Captain John ItobMts was forced to
cut loose from the tow and leave Cap
tain Weiss to battle alone with the
elements until the ntorm abated, ,
The Olypmla was blown in shore,
both her propellers having been put
out of lommlssiiiu, She ran her nose
slrnlghl liitu 11 sandbar mid lay-1 Ill-re
helpless. Willi each hour tho steamer
wns pushed farther Into the sand. The
lullowlng morning, tho storm having
abated somewhat, Captain Huberts re-
tiitied with the 'culatidlii, mid effortii
were madu to pull the Olympla off, hut
without n all. Soon tho Olympla wan
imbedded In thousands of tons of sand.
After n consultation between the cap
tains.. It was decided that the Zealandla
go on nloiie to New York nnd tho
Olympla be left In' Cnptalli Weiss
charge until moro aid could be sent
to the wreck. Captain Weiss, with n
main nnd two men, Is 11 prisoner off the
toast of Patagonia, at Ponterlno.i
Slralts of Magellan. Fortunately, the I
prisoners can get nshora nnd Jirociire.
merit ami vegetables from the native!
1'iitagonlans Tho Olympla Is a 10SO I
ton Hlenmer, SOU feet long and 73 feet '
W. O. Smith has filed the following
statement of his election expenses:
Sept. Publishing notice of can
didacy lu p, C. Advertiser.
Iluwnllun Star ami Kvcnlng
llulletln IS 00
Sept. Paid llawn. (lazette Co.
printing .Itsio cards 9 00
Oct. 3. Paid Sec'y of Hawaii
for registering 25 00
Oct. 5. Paid expenses attending
Walalau meeting (1 45
Oct. 8. Puhl expenses attending
meeting Hun 4 25
Oct. Paid Olds & Harris dis
tributing cards . .' 5 00
Oct. 13 Paid expenses making
circuit of Oahu ,... 12 00
Oct. 15. Paid Olds & Harris
distributing cards r 00
Oct. 20. Paid Portuguese- news
paper fur advocating election 10 00
Oct. 20. Paid personal expenses
hack hire, etc., for week 10 00
Oct. 27. Paid W. ivaolilwacnn
distributing cards G 00
Oct. 27. Paid personal expenses
for week , 11 00
Nov. 3. Paid W. Kaohlwaena
distributing cards 5 00
Nov. 0. Paid personal expenses
to dato . . 10 00
Nov. C. Pnhl Nupehn distribut
ing cards 5 00
Tolal $137 70
Italy And Austria
Not Best Friends
Hume, OcL C. There Is u marked
draining of thu relations between Italy
and Austria, caused principally by the
recent null-Italian disorders at Flume,
which have provoked many political
demonstrations lu nearly every Italian
city, which the Government did not
even try to repress. Tho hatred of
Italians for Austria lias been continu
um ever since tho famous five days In
' -Ulan when the Austrian domlnatora
weru expelled from that city and tho
whole, of Lombard)-.
No doubt seems to be entertained
among the highest officers of the Aus
trian in my thut sooner or later there
will he war between tho two nations.
Tho plana of tho recent general ma
neuvers of tho Austrian army and navy
were so detailed as to point to tho
necessity of defending the Empire
iignlnst Italy, allied with Servla and
Montenegro, the nattvo country of tho
Queen of Italy. On this occasion the
London Timos published n (sensational
article warning the powers that the
only comment in Austrian official cir
cles Just now was that war between
Austria und Itnly had not yet hceu de
clared, It Is said that as long as tho present
Kmpcror lives tho Hltuutlon will not be
changed, us he Is u lover of peace, hut
It Ik well kuowii. In Italian Govern .!
meat circles, that tho apparent heir to
the Austrian crown, Archduke Francis
Ferdinand, hates Italy especially be
cause of his religious principles und
that If it was1 In his power ho would
j tiy to return the city of Homo to tho
j l-'iom official quarters comes tho In-
formation that the Italian Government
I lias Just asked fiom Austria nn oxphi'
i nation of tho fact thut Austrian arm
I mucins and tiontlcr fortifications are
coliig on with moro Vigor than lu years
I past, a fuct which, It Is titutcd, would
j cause some suspicion In ltulluii Gov-
eminent elides. It is nut yet known
what icply tho Austrian Ouveriiinenl
I will milieu but It Is believed hero that
lliu fctialncd relations will boon caune
I lit- dissolution of thu Triple Alliance.
. The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN.
'DFX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin ind the Wsikly Edition, gives a
concli and compliU resume of all It.
(jal notices, call for tinderi, Judg
ments, building ptrmlU and nil it
late transaction. Bvinlng Bulletin,
7hf7 Pr month, WmWv Bulletin,
I HI H'f '
CAUGHT BY THE GRIP
RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA.
La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh.
LA OKIPPK spires nu elbss or na
tionality. The cultured and the
Ignorant, the arlilocrat and the pauper,
thomssiee and thu clatieo are all sub
ject to U grippe. None are exempt all
ha grippe Is well-named. The original
term, la grippe, la 1'reueh, but It bus
been shortened by the busy American
to one word "grip."
Without any Intention of doing so, a
new word lias beon coined which de
scribes thedirease exactly.
The ailment clings to thu patient as
tonaclontly as If some terrible giant had
clutched hi in lu a fatal clatp.
Men, women and children whole
towns and cities-are caught in the bane
ful grip of this terrible monster.
Have you tho grip? Or, rather, has
the grip caught you? If so, road the
These testimonials will show you the
quickest and best meansof ridding your
self of this tenacious disease and Its
Suffered Twelve Year rrom After
Effect of La Crlppe.
Mr. Victor Patnesude, :US Madison
St., Topeka, Kan., a well-known carpen
ter and member of Knight andXadlea
of Security, writes:
"Twelve years ago I bad a severe at
tack of la grippe and I never rcJly re
covered my health and strength but
grow weaker every year, until 1 was
unable to work,
"Two years ago I began using 1'cruna
and it built up'my strength so that In a
couplo of mouths I was able to go to
"This winter 1 had another attack of
la grippe, but Pt-runa souu drove It out
of my system.
"My wife and I consider Peruna a
Pneumonia Followed La Grippe
Pe-ru-na, the Remedy That
Mr. T. Ilarnccott, West Aylrner, On
tario, Can., writes 1
"I.at winter I was 111 with pneumonia
aftor having la grlppo. I took Peruna
for two months, when I becamo quite
well, and I can say that any one can bo
cured by It In a reasonable time and at
"Kvory time I talto a cold, I tako somo
Peruna, whlcli makes mo well again.
"I also advlsod It for my daughtor who
was so HI with prostration that alio could
not follow her trado of dress making.
"A bottle of I'oruna made such a
cbango In her that alio has been able to
follow her trade evor slnco.
"I also Induced a young lady, who was
all rundown and confined to the house,
to tako Poruna, anil after taking Peruna
fur thrco months sho Is able to follow
'icr trado of tailoring.
For special directions everyone should read "The HI,of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa la for sale by the following druggist and will supply the retail trade In Honolulu, 'Hawaii: Benson, i
Smith A Co., Hobron Drug Co, Honolulu, Hawaii. '
An Ocean Voyage Seen
From Two View Points
The power of contrast was quite
forcibly brought out In two letters re
ceived on tho Ventura from two mem
bers of tho Southern California edi
torial party, Mrs. M. A. Macllattou
and Miss Virginia Uowman, who left
for homo on tho last Ventura. Tho
letters show how tho point of view
may affect the. Individual.
Two women, travelling on tho
tamo boat, In tho same stateroom and
writing on tho samo day to tho same
person, present the dark and the bright
tide of a voyage which, reading be
tween the lines, must have beerf qulto
tar from pleasant.
On of the women was seasick and
ono wasn't. Therein lay part of tho
difference. Ono Is young ami tho oth
er, far her senior, has learned thnt
In a woild where thcro Ig so much
cloudy weather It's n pretty good thing
to watch for tho silver linings.
ExccrptB from tho lettors follow:
KX1UUIT I THE CLOUDS
Friday, Oct. 19.
"Hero we nre Just Inside of qulden
Gale, waiting for the doctor lo " Inter
lew" us In. tho morning, about 7:30,
I dure say. Our trip over was thu
worst ever. I never saw such rolling
and tumbling and pitching. For three
t'nya thu sea has been most rough and
btormy. Our pilot tells us he was
Kept outside tho bar slnco Monday, It
being two rough to venture In; and
for two nights it was so rpugh wo had
to stay awako in ordor to hold our
selves safely in our bunks. You had
Letter bo glad you nro coming over
on thu Alameda, 1 wish wo. were
lioL because I Invo tho Ventura less
but tho Alumcda moro
i.nter: Just now we are anchored
after suveial attempts to reach pier.
It Is bitter cold, the wind Ih fearful,
Wo uiu waiting now, fur u tug or good
ness kuowH what, I could not get n
gins of water fur btcaltfiist this morn
ing, so liopu wu uliull nttlvu befura
many hours, ohl II Is so cold, Our
steamer trunk wu hy mlslaltii put In
Dm ut'iilcil I'ompuiliiieut mid wu liuvn
mil bee ii nlilii tn get mil nny of our
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The Medical MfESHH&fl M
Profession HKSHRLgSJjjl M
Recognizes aHKTaHn it
LaOrlppeaa WWJk?V A l fl
Epidemic JKMM H'rtv- I
Catarrh. MsXmmlF B W&! I
"I can recommend Peruna for all such
who aro 111 and rcqulro a tonic."
Systemic Catarrh,, the Result of La
Crlppe. Pe-ru-na Receives Credit
for Present Cood Health.
Mri.JcnnloW.OIlmoro, llor41, White
Oak, Ind. Ter., formorly Housekeeper
for Indiana lteform School for Hoys,
"Six years ago I had la crlppe, which
was followed by systomlo catarrh.
"Tho only thing 1 used was I'oruna
and Manalln, and I havo been In better
health tho lastthrco years tliau for years
"1 giro rerun aaiiuocroun ror my
Pe-ru-na fl Tonic After La Grippe.
Mrs. Chas. K. Wells, Sr., Delaware,
Ohio, writes 1
"After a severe attack of la grlppo, I
took Perutm and found It a very good
Judgo Horatio J. floss, Hartwell, (la.,
wrltesi "I had a severe spell of la grlppo
which left mo with systomlo catarrh, A
friend advised mo to try Peruna. Tho
I third bottlo completed the cure."
eventful. Tho good ship Ventura has
certainly done her best to bring un
on our way, If not rejoicing at leaBt
satisfied. Thu weather has been flno
I think very few rases of mal de mer
Our ship seems to have a decided
penchant for traveling sideways, and
I think had all the Hide-steps:, or nu
merous rolls, sho has taken been In
ono direction und toward San Fran
cisco, we would havo been nearer
thcro than wo aro now, traveling with
tho prow pointed In lino. Thero ha a
been no storm dlsturbanco hero, but
a heavy swell has prevailed most of
the time which has made our progress
very slow. Hut wo havo a Jolly set of
p-usengers who buiniono and uro
making thcibusc of It."
Hath Mrs. Mediation and Miss How
man mado many trleuds, both on the
editorial trip and alt-r tomlng-to Ho
nolulu, and tho latter rogietted keenly
that the ladles did not decldu to itv
main some time longer.
U. B. Weather Bureau,
Nov. 10, l'JOli.
Tcmperatuies 0 n. m.. 74; S a. m
78; 111 a. in., 78; noon, 81; morning
lluroroeter, S a. m., 30.05; absolute
humidity, 8 a.m., G.783 grains per cu
bic foot; relative humidity, S a. m
00 per cent.; dow point, 8 a. in., Gi,
Wind 0 n, m., velocity 5, direction
NK; a, m velocity 8, direction NK;
10 n. ni velocity !, direction NU;!
noon, velocity , direction !'..
Halufall during 2 hoiira ended
8 n. m., .01 Inch.
Total wind movement dm lug 21
huiiu ended al noon, 101 uillos.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. UulUd Htutea
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t MIIMIIM 't ! 9 tJll 1MIH' I
"Most Effective Medicine Ever Tried
for La Crlppe."
Itobt. L,. Madison, A. M., Principal of
Cullowheo High School, Painter, N.C.,
Is chairman of the Jackson County
Hoard of Kducalion. Ho lias for nearly
six years been teaching In Painter.
Ho is n writer of occasional verso and
has contributed to a number of leading
paportand magaxtnos, religious, edu
cational and secular.
In speaking of Peruna,- Mr. Madison
"I am hardly ovor without Peruna In
my homo. It Is tho most effective inrdi
clno that I liavo over tried for la grlppo,
"It also cured my wife of nasal ca
tarrh. Iter conditional onetime was
such that sho could not at night breathe
through her nostrils.
"In consequence, an inflamed eqn
dltlon of tho throat was brought
about, cottlnc worse and worse, and.
yielding to no remedy uulll Tcruna was
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