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KVBNINQ BTJLLCTlN, nONOMJMJ, T. II , SATURDAY, OCT. 17, 1D0S.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week,
i MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wnlltico K. Purrlnjjton, - lEdltor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
ry 1 i Editorial Rooms,
1 t?M. Business Office,
A liu is Coo V nn Ho ?
Wlint roiilil the Dcinocrntlc candl
elate for Dolomite to Con cross do 1C
bo were elected' What could lie do?
.Mr. Tatt hai not only made good
In the 'est hut la milking Inroads on
the Democratic majorities In tlio
Now who war It that said ho
would form a partnership with the
XJt 11 if by to doing he could accoui
pllh his ends?
Or course It ir posslhlo that the
rjpllt-tlcKct advccate 11111 meek tho
Minlght Republican ticket, but they
vvill not defctu Cathcnrt.
Note that tho men before whom
Thurston brought his chaiges say
thnt theli conclusion Is unqualified.
There aio no Its' or "nmls "
A change has como over tho course
of events In tl.o Count of Hawaii.
The voter think dlffcicntl) since
heuiing the facta from Delegate Kit
lito aiul the Governor.
, Ttio bright dieses of the (llpsy cn-
jmnipiuont icen'ls tho nppropilato
i:csa of blight colom in this climate.
Our women follow tho conventional
4hlies of tho mainland In severe and
vfcOtnbor colors when nil our sunound-
inKi call for brilliant colnrlng. Kvou
jitlie red bandanna is more appropri
ate to Hawaii than tho black linnd-
' Sir. lluBhcs was not misquoted by
tile II 11 lie tin. According to Hid
i'ltctprctatlon Vi Watson now wK
cs pi. Kcii on his icmarks. It wiltnl
upiuar that ho considered It iniibo
' f"" nipirlo tli it there wero 110 gnin
blois 01 tln-liiiru spoils tiluccd 011 tho
Democratic ticket. If tho Demounts
cocupoi! what he tollable a usual
fate, tlipj arc to be congratulated.
THE FIRST WIRELESS.
The llu I I ( tin has re ore I
I01 the t'llj o' Honolulu In Its tebt
of the wliolcsj telegraph sjstem bc
tweon this (ll ami tho l'.allle
Messages sent b this p.ipci to tho
Associated 1'icbx mill the tr.iusmls
blon to lloiioli'.lu of a legular now3
dispatch jirovea the practicability of
wlioless telegraph If theio wore any
doubt of It.
Whether tho wliclcss will bo used,
tis against tho cable, Is a question,
ns the former Is subject to iitmo
spcrlc condition: that at times Inter
fere with the senlco. It is cleat,
liiuewr, that Honolulu will not at
nny future date bo completely cut off
fioin piompt telegraphic communica
tion with tho mainland. Our pcoplo
limy not only keep 111 touch with tho
1 hips nt sea but nUo follow them to
their clesi liiation by wireless.
This now ustcm supplementing
tho cabfe, aids In bi calling down tho
. pnrlent barrfcrs of our Isolation and
Wills') tilings Honolulu in Immediate
tciucli -ltli all paits of the l'acllle
mid tho great Unfile of which this
rtrl must bo tlm center.
CHARGES AGAINST CATHCART.
Tho Utaigea made by the spllt
tleket piopaganda .against John W.
Cathcnrt, Cou.ilj Attorney, and can
didate for reelection on the llopub-j
Hum ticket, arc serious enough nn I
lepiesenled In tho paper giving them I
The terto rccponse to I,. A. Thuis-'
ton, mado by A r Judd. W. O,
Smith, and Jo" I'. Cooke, Is n sufll-l
c.'ent reidy to those knowing tho
tlinrnclei and tecoids of the men In
Milved In Hid case. The ulleged facts'
hno been proL-onlod li Thuistou to!
Judd, Smith, rnd Cooke. None of,
these three men may bo considered I
nn particular tilcnds of Cuthcart In
th'j sense that tlioy would shlold lilm
If I hoy found him lo bo In the wioug,
or thnt his nets wmo of a clmractci
tci make him unfit for public otllco
flip riiininlttoc mado up of two pioni
l;iMit!.iwjt!iH and n leadliiB Uusiui' 1
r.inn, lias eoo 1' "ie tlftalla of the
enso and these men hao como to aj
ilellboiato conclusion which Is not
ttdvoiso lg Mr. Calucut'a ttindldaty
EnifTftl nt the roMofTier At Honolulu
a ntvuiKl cUm witter
OCTOBER 17, 1908
bill Is n score nrralgiimcnt of
Thurston s aggiegatlon
In sizing up the situation the com
I. A. Tl.urMon
(loo Wan Hoy
A. S Hiimphioys
placing tlieli leputntlon and slnnd
I113 for bono." thinking, fair deal
ing, up ig'.u ltlug, mid reliability
A P. Jjili!
Jen. 1'. Cooko
W. 0. Smth.
Thurston's leputatlon for Connec
ticut" with malliluiis assaults Is well
(loo Wan Hoy Is known principally
by hs lack of reputation.
What is thought cif A. S. Humph
rejfc by h. A. Thiiiston Is best learned
J by pci using tho columns of the hit
A com t consisting of Judd, Cooke,
'and Smith would be incepted by any
citizen as one fioin which an honest
1 nil unbiased rpiulon and fiUr deci
sion would bo obtained.
So much for personality. Mr.
Oat lien it's iissrllantH go much cm
peisoniillty an I plavlng nt their own
game find thcuseUes In a most 1111-
j1-.11 or) although, for them, not unusu
1 On a matter of principle or liclc
'of It Hi 1 ittnck on Cathcnit is not
i I.C.M.HH0U of 11 iluglo attrlhiitit that
marks It iui Vf vork of persons of
high ' ie.i ai i'nouiblo puiposci.
It Is 111 1 jii, 111 Iblng If tho next few
Wfel.o ' 1 "..., the community regal
ed wit 1 " '. ai tides on tho rcp-
irditior. 'm 'th and high-minded-.cst
ros s 1 by ono (loo Wnn Hoy,
'mil po-s. My amused with tho nn-iiouurtui'-t
tit n citizen onoo as
sailed ( 'athcait la now assailed
hiis ber-:io U umighly tinned nnd nl
ilims hli.i' to bo fed from the hand.
It lis tho t 1. M storj of deliberate
iflinrts to nil 1 tc.mtntltinii. It Is tho
niud-thrnnc- ml rolling the char-
A BARGAIN AT KALIHI. Lot
70x100. New .House of three bed
rooms. PRICE, $2,000. Twenty-five
per cent, less than cost of property
one year ago.
PUNAH0U DISTRICT. Several
good properties ranging in price from
, MAN0A VALLEY. Choice build
,ing lot on East Manoa Road, two
minutes from car line; good marine
view. iMUUis, ? 1,000.
We have several applications for
furnished houses from responsible
parties. If you have a furnished or
unfurnished house for rent, consult
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
TOR ISLAND BUSINESS.
14 AV?I. 'Vr' " "r
"HMrrrh - . -i
1 r njiwaru.T rm ". r"',
&' -u ,
NEW; two bedrooms; electric Hrjiitt.;
modern plumbing; sewer; gas; and
other modem improvements.
r.ctcr of rcpiitablo men with adroit
turning and misrepresentation o(
facts supported by dcllbcrato falfO-
If the Miters of the City nnd Cottn-
t) of Onhti can be hoodwinked by tho
vorl; of such enemies of public de
cency and community welfnie, Cnlli
cart may bo defeated. Wu look for
no such outcome As Chnlrman Judd
Mild of the flirt chnrges made ngalnt
Cnthcart, tho method iot nttnek de
feats Its own ends.
Meanwhile the nsMlilt on Cnth-
cert's leputatlon Is of such n nnturo
Hint there Is 0110 course for him to
tnkc, nnd it does not by nny means
Involve his withdrawing from tho
While tho people watt for tills ac
lion and the detailed refutation of
the charge of embezzlement, they
they h.no the exhibition of Thurs
ton, (loo, nnd lliiniphre.va imnvlng
their combined Judgment and lituo
against thnt of Judd, Cooke, nnd
Unman Catholic Cathcdinl 1! a, m.,
low mass with l'lirtugiieso InHtructlun
and Holy Commiiiiloii: 7' 11. 111., low
mass with holy communion; ! a, in.,
child! cn'u mass will singing and Hug.
Iluli sermon; 10:30 a. 111., high luass
with uatho pennon; " p. in., Ilosary
and inithc liiHliucllon; 7 p. m., l'or
lugueso strmiiii ami lleneiltcttou of tho
111. Snciameiit. During tho week ih
masscu ut V and 7 n 'm.
Central Union Church Morning
worship nt 11 o'clock; tho
minister will preach, subject
"Tho Vision 011 tho Hoiisclop"
fuelling worship at 7:.10 o'clock; ser
mon by tho iiHslslaut minister, subject
"Self Itrullziitliin." Anthem by tho
choir. "Art rhim Weaiy," Schenker;
solo by .Mm. JIaekull.
Christian Cliuich A. C .MeKeevtr,
pastor !) IS initio hchool; (i:30 y, 1.
S. C. i: subject "(!llu'", 11 a. 111.
ficrmon, subject "Tho t"..-, eks Would
See Jems." 7:.10, se-nii.'!, Biibjcct
"Who Is foolish?" A', nro wlconlo.
The Catholic Cliuicl. of m 'lohii tho
Ilapllst, Kallhi waena, .1 .huge of
llov. l'lilhcr Cleuient. Toiiiod ,w, Oct.
I8II1, 8:20 11. 111, high mass, m sum,
collection, Sunday school; 4 p. ni
Tho Catholic Church of St. Joseph,
Moannlun, In 'charge of lu: Kather
Clement. Tonionow, October lSlh, 11
a 111 , high mass, sermon, collection,
Sunday school. 3 p. in, Itosnr, cato
chlsm. Saint Augustine 011 the, Ilcach, Will
kll.l ft n. in., low mass with singing
mid English set 111011.
New hosiery. Including Copenhagen
blue, at M'hltnpy & Mnish's.
Tho Aeio Club or Ameilca has strat
cd n mmement lo cieet n nicmiinu nt
to I.leut. Selfrldgo of tho nuny, who
wns killed by tho falling of tho Wilght
all ship nt Tort Mer.
The seventh nunnery of tho Ciiimol
llo order In Ameilca Is to bo establish
cd In tho old homo of Mis, Holmit
I.onls Stevenson on UusbIjii Hill, In
nan i raiicisco.
i Tyy m
We are showing two of the swell
t.t pieces of SILK ever imported
These are of
Double Width, a dress patWm of
Light Blue and one of Gray,
r J k
"As 1 said In my speech at Anl.l
IMife, counlry comes Hist, pally sec
ond, 11a n mallei of ctmise.
'This l)0i:s NOT MHAN that
1'AUTV should bo KIXOIHID or that
tho VOTIJIl should select from the
DirrumjNT I'Autiiis tho 111:3 r
MI2N VIHWHD AS INDIVIDUALS.
"I'AiiTins aim: nm:ci:ssauv nnd
dusiu.vum; in nui'inisLJNTATivu
"Tcniu work Is csientlnl to accom
plish practical results. Accordingly
In politics as well as business It li
often necessary to select and oto for
men who by working togothcr can ac-
cqniplish desired results ecn though
they nro not men who might bo pre
ferred ns linlMdiinli
"Of course, there may bo men on
tho party ticket who'bhould not bo
o(ecl for either for tho good of tho
country or party, but Just whero tho
lino should bo drawn It a matter for
BIG RALLY AT
Of Republican Party
Iicpubllcaii lite rally nt Anln
DuimrcraUr Ktnma Squaie
f Democratic KuIIiu.nl Depot.
Tomorrow tho Republican ruiull-
danea will go to Waianae, when a
meting rind 1iun ,havt! been nrraurjcil
Tho rtcptibllcans lime arranged In"
followlng'mcctliiiii to lake plaeo In the
rifth District next week
JIonda-k-Scliool and l.lllha.
Tuesdnj Kunleliainelia IV Itoad
Wcdncsdiy Vlnevnid stieel camp
Thuriduy Knlllil Camp. '
At llio big rally at Aula all of lb"
ItepubllcMUciiKildues will i ik, in
well iih soldo )tllB,li siienkc'is, Inn the
latter iMd'mit'jitdiccn Mclcclnl 1 1 1
o'cluelt this ufteilioiili Kaileko. , a
prominent isjlltlufl, vorker w'Hl pit'
side, ami tlio Ka;tl orchestra wlh fm
ulsh I ho music.
During the wipk uoonrtav inc.'tlPJts
will be hold by tho Itcpublloans rn
WtiliiL'hd.1) at the Honolulu I'c-i
Winks, and on Pildny on Ihe w.iter
fiout. A. S Kahlopu, who now Is In chat go
of tho dolall u'uilii of the canipili.
staled this morning that tho slltidiinu
was liiokliig ery hopeful. Ton lim
ners had been uppolnlcd fur each ir
Ihe two dlstilctK, Willi tho uiidorM nd
liw that their number was laler n-i ti
bo i.ilseil lo twenty In o.uh ili-tt ' I.
mid Mum' nn it had this mornbii: 'in .1
the h llr t reports, Khemlng thai tlm
(1 O I "as Ftlll mt much alive.
Tin Hume Hiilu-I.aboi' pailj h.u, In
cluded In Us list of candidates tlio
r.aiuo of Hubert IC I'ahau, nunlidalo
fur Itepueiilatlvo on tho Demnciaile
ticket r.ihaii'H naino was picked up
to fill thu neancy mado by Aiislln
I.ono. who lellied for pilvnto leasoui.
Nng.it. in rciii.indcz today locciu'd
n letler fiom SWdii'it Dcbh.i of Hlln,
Mating that ,Unk (McCandless win
steadily losing strength, us tlio I la
wallaus weio now beginning to realize
that Unit did 'not ptncllcu what he
preached Id them. Next Monday Do
Blia and Atklni-on will start on a tour
around llio Dig Island, whllu Kulilo
Is oxiccted to lenvo for Maul ellher
Monday or Tuesday.
Theie will bo n big He-publican tally
nt Illlo this ei cnlng.
Bulletin BiminMii niilrn Pl,nn. oi:n
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185!
Have You Noticed Our Lino
You'll be surpiised at the
Elegance of these4 goods.
Each piece is DIFFER.
ENT IN, DESIGN and the
PRICES 'are very REASON-
H. F. Wichman & Co.
.. oUL.m-u. "fcnifai- TWi'fc-gilnti
TROUBLED WITH STOMACH FOR
7?."" " J.i"i
Mr. Oeorgo II. Hlmor, (Irnnt, Out.,
"I was troubled with my stomach for about coven yearn.
"Iiloclorcd with sir different doctors. Homo of thorn scorned to help mo
nt tho time, but fulled I o euro me. Homo said 11 was cancer of tho liver, others
said It was dyspepsia or Indigestion.
"I.aat fall I suffered so much that I gavo tip all hopes of over being cured.
I had headache, toothache, nnd lots of olhor troubles too numerous in mention.
"At that time, my wife wns taking I'eruna nnd Mnnalln and sho urged
mo to try Ihem. I look them, but w lthont llio least faith.
"After a week or so I felt a great deal hotter, ro I continued to uo them.
"After I had taken two bottles of I'eruua and half a bottle of Mnnalln, 1
felt real woll.
"1 am now lllco a new man, thanks
Djspcpsla for Twenty Years.
Mr. Sidney Wesols, Mcrrltton, On
tnrlo, Canada, writer:
"I linvc been troubled vllh dyspepsia
and Indigestion for twenty years, dur
ing which timo I tried different doctors,
but did not get tho desired results.
"I hnvo been compelled for weeks at
a tlmo to glvo up work, being com
pletely prostrated. I bed to confine mj -self
ton milk diet, ns nothing would re
main on my stomach.
"I hncl nbont given up, thinking my
caso Incurable, when I beard of 1'oruna
mul decided lo try It.
"Ono boltlo mado a great ehango nnd
after using another liottlo of this won
do. fill medicine, Iliad complete freedom
from pain, my nppellto bnd returned ami
I could again enjoy my meals.
"I bcllovo I'eruna Is tho grandest inert
Iclno under tho sun.
"Today I weigh over two hundred
and twenty-llvo pounds. Is Itauy won
der that I praise rcruua."
Ihe following wholesale druggists
We have prepared
the Largest and
The Rainy Season
" GENTLEMEN'S' UMBRELLAS
, . ,
that we have carried in years. See them before you pick out
the Umbrella that you will have to carry around through the
winter, we have some very fine Ladies' Umbrellas, too.
M. MelNEBNY, Ltd., Fort and Merchant
()ld-btlo sttnlght Ken
tucky Dourbnn. Conti
nental was tho favoilto
of tho Southern gentr
of "hofoali tho war" po
1 loci. 'A good, honest,
friendly old whiskey'."
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
AJMmMBKmmmSKKaEUmsmdTW 'mvmu'im ri--
I Am Now
'' of people In this country w ho nro sultcrlug fiom ailments dl
1 i rcctly duo to a deranged slomnch.
j Ilnrtinnn U receiving coiiccrnlng I'eruua b a rciiudy fur
Can., w riles:
to Pcrmia nnd Mnnalln."
Catarrh of Stomach.
Ilev. J. T. lVeler, llcndorsolivllle,
South Carolina, I'.H. A., writes:
"Jdeslro tomnkifknovvn for the bono
fit of sufforlng humanity mj experience
"I was mulcted with ealnrrh of tho
stomach, and though 1 tried sovcrnl
remedies and applied to soveral doctors,
It wns all In vain.
"Had Hunt tnenfor Pcruna I believe
I would havo been In my grave lu-clay.
"I havo overy reason to btllcro that
reruiia Is tho greatest remedy for ca
tarrh known to the woilcf. Therefore I
havo leeii, and shall eontliiue to recom
mend It to those hi) nro unwell."
Tonic Effect of Pc-ni-na.
Mr.J. D. C.iriin,2l8 St. Clarena Ave.,
Toronto, Canada, liirpcclorlKiiulon I.Ifo
InsiirancuCo., 1 melon, Canada writes:
"I huv c used tin- iiipular n medy know n
as I'eriinii, aid I eau lestlfy in to its
merits. I rijnel it ik ono of tho best
twilcs now nn thu market."
will supply the retail trade : BENSON,
for it. We have
Finest Stock of
THE MILLIONAIRE MAKER
Wo hnvo Just published
"Tho Oil Hook" pinfuscly II
lustiatcrt". It tells how Z'i out
or DS Hbled oil cemipaulo'i nro
now on a dividend paying b 1
ulti. How California oil stocks
1110 Increasing III value. How
California oil stocks pay 2 lo
20 per cent, monthly divi
dends. Tells how
$170 MADE A MILLION
How to mnko profitable in
veatmonta. Tho "Oil Hook"
will fiifteu jour pocket hook
nnd udd tu jnur bank book,
Ono copy mailed free, postago
piepald, It jou act piomptly
and tend bcfnro tho supply Is
exhausted 1 Ite today.
LINCOLN M0RTGA0E AND
G48-G58 Pacifio Building,
San Francisco, Calif.
Doctored Willi Six Different Physicians,
Gave Up All Hopes of Ever Being Cured.
Like a New Man, Thanks
ru - na and Man-a-lin,
At least ono poMon III ton ha somo slomnch ilimrully.
ThUl4iitilviini u.ivli) sav.tlmt thero nro a vail iniilllluda
Tho bustle and hurry of American lira is mainly to blamo
for this, ltnplil e.atlng, worry and nnxlcly nftor eating, Is
sure to bring on stomach clllllcully soont r or later.
Those who suffer from slomncli ilcrangement ought to
know of Perunn. rcrimn rarely falls to bring relief, nnd In
fomo ca'cs tho rcstorntlon Is almost magical.
The testimonial of Mr. (leorge H.Klinser.of Grant, Ontario,
nniimln. Is n fair sample of tho sort of tcstlinnnlah llr.
Other Cases of Stomach Trouble.
MIt. II. .1. HDNNKMAM, Oikhind,
Nebraska, U. H. A., writes:
"I wallulboforo writing ! on almut
my sickness, catarrh of tho stomach,
w hlch I hncl over n j ear ngo.
"Thcro woro pcoplo who told mo It
would not stay cured, but I nm suro
that I nm cured, for I do not feel nny
moro 111 effects, havo a good appetite
and am getting fat. f I nm, nnil,IU
say to all, I am cured for good.
"X thank ypu for your kindness.
"Pcruna will bo our houro medlelno
Mil. H. V. NACIHI,, (VI Church SI.,
Merldcn, Connecticut, U. S. A.,
"l'or several years I had lieeii troubled
with catarrh of tho stomach.
"After Irving nbemt every thing ulne,
I was advised to try Poriina.
"I could not cat nny solid fund fur
some time i now 1 eau eat most atij Ibltig
that coiner along.
"I havo taken several hottlcsof IVrn
in audManallu nnd mn entirely cure el.
I heartily recommend Pcruna and Mail'
alln lo every sufferer of catarrh.
"1 thank you for 3 our kind advice.
CAT.HII It. HOKTHM,, pCii
l)nie-cr,l'12N. Paoa SI., Ilalllinorc,
Maryland, U. H. A., writes! "l'or sev
eral years I w.a-i troubled with catarrh
ut tlio bead, throat nuel Htomach. Mauvr
times I would oinlt beforo and nfler
"I took soven liottlos of your Pcruna,
nnd I am glad lo say thnt It lias cured
mo. I fuel more Jlko Jiving and work
ing, nnd am not bothered at all with
my old troubles.
"I tako great pleasuro In recommend
ing Pcruna to all suffererK Willi cauirh.
and I thank jou for what jou luvu
emiio iur me, inr nono lull iim.o wliu
liavesulTeroil :n I bavu oanitpprechvn
a groat euro na 1 havo found I'eruna
SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
AND OTHER GOOD THIN0S
Thos. G. Thrum.
10C3 PORT ST.
Choice1 TERNS, ROSES and
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIEST, HOTEL Y0UNU Bid
SHELL LEIS 0
0 SEED LEIS-
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