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(i I in the Territory of Hawaii.
rr ( Editorial Rooms,
I Business Office,
Mn be lhv will i barge Cathrart
Hlnlo a mil h. .ml l hi); In it )ellov
ilog tin biiimi tliiK "t i Iilctire.
I. A I'liui toil iiml Ills )ellovv
tlogi i ' having it Kip.it Unit' ti)lng
Id iiu. bom t men cilinltiaU.
" Wlto was I' wliii salil ho would
fpini an i.lllnme with tho Duvll It
ho umlil cain '1. In ends lij w doing?
Attmks on Mi ('nthcart are an 0
liltiltlnii if aluilt shaping of nu
ll ill h to besmirch a man's good
Dim t allow voiiimOv.'s to hi fooled
liy thp mult .ho wijb llryaii will g'
Into the While House. Thin Is nut u
Dcmoci il li- venr
If the imllio ran t iln'anj thing, the
Maiiuu peoplo tan oignulre a vigi
lante i in ih that will (Iran tint all
the dhipiilnble rhnt.ictcrs la short
T2vciv line if public work now be
fuer done hy the I'mIimiiI (Jnwrmnuit
will leceivo a bet-bach If am other
than Knlilo in elected- to the ufllee of
Mr. Citlieail hns hi ought tho
(lunges ugalnst It Im to an Issito In
.tho i milts which It Is to ho hoped
Fat 111 lint, ...mm imunr l.tfl fMt tlin
" ri.uctl.rn or comimiiiltj deceuc a.idl""H,f ,lut 'J'- """"ciatlc part 'a
(ionimon Justice. .ipe(ts are h.-peless and llrjau will
dt ,.,,.., .. , . i
V W. It. Caste doesn t uti.Icistand
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S'h) he should he hiought Into It. Ho
, , , i . Vi.i . i
fought to know- that Thurston and
rw".u """" ""' "'""""" """lhe llrst of Januaiy.
Hils .mow ....g, nee. someone wnout ,t ttbsoh(, ,, l(J a8Kl11Umt
JJhej have ..ol attacked as a iacal.tll(, ,,. s,e.llllrt,., ComtM11.
Shis )tillow dciga need someone whom
ito helu Lhem (.tit
m .lap in as one of the last lountrles
to bonoi the Miierlcaii il'lcet Is oh
louslv striving to outdo alt others
,t.m earth both In tho warmth of wel
, oniu and the elaboratu scale on
Iwlildi tin- lccepttoti Is carried out.
J !h cspeclilly Hue nt this time when
ft .ludgo Dole iiaJ rendered a decision j the action or Ci.ngicss on tin Iff mit
''tlint meets with tho full npptcnal of.tcrs will hno a far-re.iclilni: Iiillu
,tho (oiiimiiiilf . We doubt, how e ei, , puce on the blllllpss of the count
that il will i (..-.lilt In liveiK of gold Should the sleolo'i of a lli.nmrr.nlr
limning Into tne hands of men who 1
nioiip) 'in ralio promises and
foi the utliot side.
, Other chnigcb hae )et to come.
Puibably the will claim that Catli
cait has tubbed Manoa hen roosts
and has tho r-.ulieis In rlothps, nc
(oidlng to tbo alliduvltH of tho moat
loiuonle'it )'llow dog, willing to
Jclc tho Dcslls l.uriose.
Biipeilntendcnt Ilabbltt is doing a
fu.it woik In making tho people ac
quainted with tho need foi a public
M.liool phjsiclau. Although they aio
Blow to apptocinto It. tho greatest
Miod from Mich an olllcl.il will he en
jojed liy tho pom who lack the means
to neiuio upeil aihice on chlldteu's
til lint n tn thai ictaid their piogress
If what Is cnarged against Calh-
.... ..i. i,;ii
h..iu in uiu &.UIK imtL ueciaicu u.
effect, "If )ou tctlio finm the He-
pitblliau llil.it wo shall Kenp quiet;!
K )o.t d, not, the .h.igts will l,o
made pubic ? A g.Paer exhibition I
of all that In disreputable In polltlcn 1
iaa nut ni been glxeti, except posiil
1)1) It bo the oMaslon when Thurs
ton expiisscd his opinion of Humph-
Tho otittago at tho Ilodo homo In
?fnno.i. follow inir mi tin. in Ms of n
, J3 i
? KiieH of moie in less set Inns burg-
'., Jailes, might well arouse tho people
.of that bcttlon. It Is time the no-
Jlco nuthurltlcj did homo real woik
','to clem Manoa of Iho gang or thuga nient that tho Republican managcia
that appears to bo inrcbtiug It It U did not see fit to deal with him us
vutiagcoits lli.it any lesldence occ-1 Minimal ll ns tboy did with tho les
lion of Oils inwii hhoiild liccoiiio ,i wr offendoi, Ccoige Kaen,
itnter of law-bieiikcis ns Muno.i , "Today's chaigo shows that Mr.
betins to bo The causo foi It can atlicatt mlb.ir piojirlated u clients
ho cliatged ptlucipnll) lo u lack of money. Thn ugly wotd foi such an
Ypollco Nlgilanto. If tho police cant i.fUiKe Is cniinvzlcnient.
lo tho woik foi which lhe arc In j "Iho Ailvpttiscr has worked upon
olllto, Iho ppoplc can take a hand Ip Hilt, case foi some wteks, nml is miro
jiolltllig their Jiomi'S, ami nlbo, pul-
ting compeleiit men in office.
- " X - .a OTja,.TTj.
Entered at the roitoffice at Honolulu
a ariond claw milter.
OCTOBER 10, 1008
THE OATHOART ATTACK.
The iieiKiiiB ngngod In an tnilc.iv
oi to wieik M.e llepulillcan patty
iiml Itulilenlall the good mime of
Mill W. C.illiiiiit have occupied
Sumlnv ami Moiuln publications
with aillltlnnnl charges against Mr.
Calhcnit The i! il I 1 o 1 1 n Is assur
ed In Hip gentlemen Involved that
nothing I .im lip.'ii brought nut In thcbe
publication i wh ih wax not gone Into
In the i (iiiiinlt.ee w tilth staled In
wilting In .Mi. Thurston that, cott
tlderng Hip IWTIU'STW'OUTHY
SOl'ItCKS of his Information they
were unanlnioitsly anil iiniiialllleilly
of tho opinion that sufficient lcnsoti
t'res not exist win the hIhiiiIiI ask
Mi. Catlnait t wltlulraw from the
Mr Cuthcail has brought the mftt
tcr to an Issue before tho points of
the Teirlloi) branding the charged
ni. false and llbellnus.
The rnmiiiunlt) Is liieauwhllo In
the position deciding on the icllnhli
11 of two opposing (oniblnntloiiB of
nn n. named) .
(Ino Wait tloj W 0 Smith
I. A Thuiston vs A l .Iitild
A. S llumphrejh .1 . Cuihe
IS NOT BRYAN'S YEAR.
If the peopli of this town unnt
"ol Ue Bli'iU'U, thej should taka n
pointer ironi me iipws dispatch nn-
i,i., ,, .... ,
nounilns thai iho Austinllan sonlco
. ,,, ,. .... ... ,. . .
'ot ""- t"f.inlc lino will lie resumed
would not (oiisulpr tho revhnl of the
Australian line If iheio weio a reail
onnblo'inobablllt of the elertlon of
Mi lltjan and a Demotiatlc Con
The buslncj leaders keep In as
close touch wllh the trend of politics
ar the pollllrlns IhemscUes. This
1'iibldent and Congtets be pioluhlo,
all new deelo nient an) all plans
for expansion would be Iniinedl itoly
stopped, becatiiit the countn 1 nows
thai Democratic lctoij means a pe
riod of (libit ual.
"With the steamship people, the
qupsttnn of the puty In power Is an
fbpcclall) ltal one. for tho Demo
cratic shipping pingram, so far ns
Demociacy has eer had one. Is ono
of fieo ships, nud ruin for American
The Sptcekels and those associated
with them would nocr be putting
moie money Into tho steamships, laid
tip foi moutha. If they did not feel
well assutcd that a Itepublkati ad
ministration will lAntroWho count!)'
foi nnother four )e.ns.
(Continued from Faze 1)
wllh the further purposo and DH-
SlflN. I1V UXKAIH. 1'AI.SK, and MA-
MCIOI'S CHAKOKS and means,
Idoreatlng tho otrctlon of iilalntlrf for
I said offlce of Ctt) and County Attor
ney of Honolulu, did publish nml
,aIIM am u , , ul)sllP(, t
a(, , , gall, Pac,nc Cow.
nje, ( ,, -Alhe,lhor of llml toncorn.
lug iilalntlff and of and concerning
llalntlff In his bilil profession as at-
loinc) and coiiiucllor at law, certain
Jlbelous and ilcfamatoty woids and
innttcts and things, ns follows to wit:
"thi: casi- or catiicaiit.
'Tho Adiertisor begins a senes of
CMosurei Hi' moinlng of thu olllclal
nad piof3ssion.il lecmd of John W,
Cnlhtait, which will catihe astonish
cf Its gioutul. Mi. Cathcin t was gl
tn ample warning o wliut to oxpect
EVESIXO nULLKTINVllOXOUltJ, T. H., TT7TTT I ll " ""ITtHHi IM1 KW
NEW; two bedrooms; electric lights;
modem plumbing; sewer; gas; and
other modern improvements.
Trcilt Trust Co., Ltd
016 FORT STREET.
If he I an, and m wein his m.iuageis.
His first icfiisc was In appeals to
filendshlp and (.ood will. He called
upon Hie editor of tho Aiheitltcr and
begged for Imiuiinlt) j fulling In that
he made hint of tin cats. Then ho
went to tho.jwner of this paper and
Impoi tuned him. At Ills Instnnrc,
Mr. Peters tame to tills oflUe to ar
gue the case, nut without mall. Des
perate at tho Munition, Mr, Cath-
tart uen btopptd u teporUT, Mr.
Tit) lor. In the stieet and asked him
not to ho 'haul In the matter, rind-
lug all this abortte, he tried to ill aw
a het ring-bone tiuoss the tcent of
his Iniquities, '..ni tn tho caso of Coo
Wan Hoy bcMiught Mr, I.lghtfoot to
belli lilm tench that tomiilnlnant he
fore tho Adtc-iliser could do bo. Un
able to (onnccl with Goo Wan Ho),
Mr, Cathcarl took icfuge In denials
and tin eats of libel suits.
The Aihetlliei was as tindlittnb-
by menace as li had been untnllueiu
ed b) c.ijolcr), but In behalf of fair
pin) and h.nltic no wish to win by
ciiosttto what mlglt bo reached hy
negotiation, It H.M the case, as far as
It had been ,iu pared, before a com-
inltt(t) of Hepuhllrnu mnn.igcis, nt
their re.tiest, pioposlng that Cath-
imt (ltiletl) wllhdraw: that the com-
nilttee, as In lh caso of Knea, chooso
some giud mar. In his place; anil
that tho pal t) then unite for Io-
toi). It was understood that Mr.
Long would, tor the sako of luirmoit),
i.ui lllce his own grnwng chances of
ueitlon and utile. Tor a time It
Icoked is If soiiio such (ompromlso
could bo leached: but tho commltteo
of manageis finally mm hided to gho
Mr. Cntlicait tho benefit of oety
dutiht and to eMeml mi fittthcr te
ller to the tlJ;et. thus lettlnc It
carr) Ita one lemalntug Jonah to tho
end That left tho Adcttlser no le-
$4 af Year and up
Individual boxes in our Safe De
posit Vault may be rented by the
month or, year.
Deeds, wills, nnd all documents of
value may be kept where there is ab
solutely no danger of their being de
stroyed or lost,
The rent i3 fifty cents a month, or
four dollars a year.
You have eay access to the box
at all times; no one else can open it.
Corner Fort and Merohant Streets
FOR ISLAND BUSINESS.
Tp m, wjot-.H
, (GOVERNOR FREAR)
As I said In my speech nt Aaln.
Park count! y comes first, party t-ce-ond,
ns n mntlcr of coutse.
"This D0D3 NOT M13AN that
PAIITY should bo IOXOUIID or that
tho VOTIHt Bhottld select from Hie.
DH-THKUNT PAIIWIM tho lli:ST
MI3N VinWUD AS INDIVIDUALS.
"PARTIES AIH2 NKC12S3A11Y nnd
DHSIKA1IWJ JN UHPllKSL'NTATIVi:
"Team ork Is essential lo acrom
lillsli practical results. Arrorillnch-
In politics as well as business It li
often necessary to select nnd ote for
men who hy working together can ac
complish tloslipd results een though
they aio not nioii who might be pro
fened as Individuals
"Of course, theie ma) be men on
the party ticket who should not bo
oted for cither for Iho cnail of tho
country or party, but Just whero tho
lino should ho drown Is a matter for
Individual Judgment "
course but to rppenl to tho voters.
tonndont that those who defeated
A. M. Drown on a fat less fmmidablo
Indictment. will hIki defeat Hie, man
whom lltowit and his fblug-wctlgo
of sixty-live e-ollie lUlegales com
pelled tho coincntlon very much
against Its will, to nucpt
"TliIsiiioiiilng the Advettlser pro-
teiits the caso of (ion Wan Hoy, a
client whom Cntlicait !efin)ri! and
robbed. Thh stor) will bo followed
by othciK of a similar tenor. Wo
mean to piovo to the satisfaction of
Iho honest vote.- that the lenomlna
tlon of Cnthci'tt was an affront to
common honest) and oao which calls
for a party rebuke that will setvo as
a leston nnd a warning, for )cars to
come, lo tho men who nnke up He-
publlcan slates for the electots of
this county iT this Tcr. Itor) to pass
I. Thnt tho words and matlers
and things so published nnd paused
mil procured to ho published 1 the
Laid defendants us afoiesald were
published malic lottsl) and without
legal oxcause, um such woids and
mutters nnd things and mora pntlc
ulinly thoso words nnd matters and
things whcieln plaintiff Is charged
with mlsipproprltitlng or piubezzllng
Iho money of a client, ami wherein
plnlntllT Is cliatged with bavins be-
lta)ed and robbod,iono (ioo Wan Hoy.
tin iillcgod cllrnt'of pliilntltf's, mo
in each and eveiy paitlcular tihbo
,'. That by ipjibon of tho llbelour,
defamatoi), malicious and false pub
lication as above nlleged. plnlntllT
lins 1 pen dam tjjed In tho sum of
twent) Ihoii'inn; ($20,000) dolhrs
The latest charges hi ou'ght against
Callicart li) the Advertiser aic various
III tin lr nature. Coo Wan Hi"' Is
again trolicl out as a mala ivltiiui.fi,
and lolut I'olbitrn has been added to
tho list or backers of Iho alleged
One charge Is that In 1S90 Clou to
tallied Cuthrnrt In, a suit against n
JapmeKo and Jiidginent wan tecov
orcMl for J'10, but Cntlicait told Goo,
when he tindc demand for tho amount,
that It was tied up by an upponl (loo
was puppoM'dlv Informed by JudgeCtl
binlth that tho p.tso had been settled
nnd tho mono) paid Cntlicait Ooo
confronted Cathcarl and claims
that he had spent tho money. Ho gavo
fioo n note for tho SU0 plus $50, which
he had formerly borrowed front htm,
making the total amount of tho noto
$140, hut this nolo was not paid on nri
turlty, which vvaa in IS02, and so Tar
only $". has been paid.
Anothei chargo alleges that Cath
rart u eouplo of months ago nslted U
A. Ihurstoa lo call off iho Advertiser's
opposition in him, making thu follow
ing statement accoidlng to Thuiston.
"Tho Castlo Interests nro' heavily
Interested In public service cnrpoia
tlons heio, and It Is In their Intercut
to havo a filcnd iit.ponrt Vnu n,..P.
was leeeutl) an attempt ln.ulu lit the
Hoard of Supervlsois to tako boveial
uciiuns against ono or tho Castlo cor
potations which I succeeded In head
'Theio nro alwn)s Hibio lo bo tneas
in es coming up agnlnat thoso Inteiests
and they will bo very much safer If
they have a fileiul lit this olllce.
"Now under thobo clrriimslnncfs, I
do not think that It Is good policy for
tho Advcitlscr to continue opposing
KHU nnotlur chargo nllegeg tliat
We are slinivinci' turn of tho awoH.
eU pieces of SILK ever imported
These aie of
Double Width, a dress pattern of
Light Blue and one of Gray,
The Rainy Season Is
riTb '.r. t:
We have prepared
the Largest and
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. McINERNY, Ltd., Fort and Merchant
(lovernor Wnltor 1'. Piear will speak
at the Ilepubllcan meeting at the Or
pheum theatte Wednesday night This
was given out b) A l Judd this af
ternoon The meeting will bo a leg
islative one, all thu candidal! h foi tho
Legislature' being picient nnd slaved
DIES IN PRISON
Death )cslcrday claimed Kalo,
who was Kcutciued lo life impilsuu
nient nt haul labor at O.thu prison
for ((implli.it) In the murder of Dr.
.1. Smith, a brother of W. O.
Smith, Mime )cars ago. Kalo had
been sick fur tvventy-ono (l.i)s with
tlomach trouble, and he died at the
ugc of GTi jcaib. Ho passed ttwny at
3.. "10 )elerday afternoon.
Knlo w.ih cimvletcd on Dec. 20th,
1S9", or being tin atcessoiy before
the; fnet in His mm del or Dr. Smith
liind his son was executed for the
Lame olTcnco on Aptll 11, 1S3S. Tho
case moused Intense Intel eat at tho
time, and feeling tan high, on ac
count of tho cold-blooded manner In
wlilc It Di. Still tn was shot down
The trouble tnoso over it icpoit of
Dr Smith's lo the effect that Knlo'h
daughter was a lepei. It was abso
lutely known -it the time that sho
was a victim of tho dread dlscasp.but
father and son leftibod to accept tho
titling of the medical man. They
connived among themselves Inric
vengo, mil finally ilievv lots to seo
which should cany out tho dastardly
deed. It fell lo Iho lot or tho son to
minder Dr. Smith, and ho called nt
tho doctor's office, knocked at tho
dooi, and, when Smith bteppod foi
waid, Kalo's 3011 fiud n pistol point
blank nt him.
The urn was convicted of minder
In the Ih at doolie, and was hanged,
but the bcnlcnce of the father wits
touimiiU'd to life lmprsonmpiit nt
Tomoiiow night I'minnier of the
l. S. S Tennccspi) and Shurlock of'i
tho Washington will ,mect befoio thu
Indepcndonco Club. The go will last
fifteen rounds and tho men will fight
nt tho welterweight limit, Ilotlt
men nro being suppotted by tho men
from their icspcctlvo ships nnd n
lively go is promised.
j. .;. .j. 4. .;. .j. ,;. .5. 4. ... ... ,5. 4 .j,
whllo C'atheart was a deputy attorney
general ho called on Mauaget Colhiirn
of tho Knplolanl Kstato and told him,
so says Iho Advettlser, "that tho gov
ernment was contemplating bringing
a suit ngalnst tho Knplolanl IMnlo,
Ltd , cm tho theory that tho deed by
which Queen Knplolanl had convened
most of hei piopoity to 1'ilncos David
nud Cupid, and which took effect lie
foui her death, was really In Iho 11 1
turr or a will, and that therefore, all
of Iho propeit) so conveyed was lia
ble to pa) iho Inheiltanco tax to thu
gpvei anient Ho fuithor Bald that
tho government estimated tho value of
tho ostnto at $700,000, on which tho
Inheritance tax would amount to $33.
000. "continuing," s.i)s tho Advertlbor"
"Mr. Cnthcart bald that both ho nnd
.1. J. Diinno had initio a cateful Btti.ly
of tho (piostlon, ami that the) woio of
opinion -thnt tho government's claim
was n good ono, ami hint ir tho butt
weio brought tho estate would havo to
pay tho tax.
TllO CllaigO gOPB (ill to htnln Unit
Colhiirn consulted W A Kinney nboul
1110 uiaiici, ami was ndvibed not to
pay an) thing, Colburn took tho ml
vkn, and nothlni; ever came of tho
W4P" ' il I '"if i "'
for it. We Have
frnest Stock of
DOAT RACE WINNER
Thu pi 170 boat crew ot the nininr
od eittlsor Washington defeated that
of , Iho California b) live lengths, uf
tot an ctdtlng thiee-mllo race, Hits
morning. I'hc winning eiow lowed
u lino -ace, maintaining tin even
speed of fori) eight Btiokes n min
ute from stint to finish.
Tho California men lowed n thor
oughly consistent late, taking full
advanlngo of eveiy eurient. In tho
nppeaiancu of the two crows theio
wiib Utile choice, hut the Washington
men showed m abillt) to maintain u
nunc rapid stroi.o than tho California
At 7 o'clock lomoirow mornlnc tho
piize crews of tho eiulsers Tennessee'
nnd South Dakota will meet. Theio
l gieat llvuli) between the two ag
gregations and a elobo nice Is ex
pected. '1 ho crew of tho Tennerbce Is com
po'ccl of Nesting, how: Abbott and
Wright, Uctllngton nnd Lnrcnzcn,
Thatchet ami Druel, Dillon nnd .lleit
tiett, Stevena and Kane, Aiidc'u-on,
stroke: and M .lining, tcuswiiln. Tho
South Dikotn peis-ounel lias not
been nude public
Sheriff latikea this moinlng filed
his nomination papets, the 'hunch of
slgnatttus'thcieon being ciulto intei
esilng. The Civic Pedoiatloit N well
lcprebonted, nut the n.nuo ot llrolh
ei.ThwIng Is not lacking. The list
of Blgnera reads in full iib follows:
II C. Pllugci, W. It. Castle, 11. O.
Mitchell, W. J,. Castle, i: S. Tlmoteo,
J, J. Wllllanu, 11. Aimltnge, Moiris
Kobenbledl, T. K. I'lukou, (!eo. A.
Davis, Chlng Sluil, A. S. Iluiuilne)s,
lames I.. Holt, II. 1 Dcitolninun,
(Jen. C. Heckle), Solomon Ilanolinno,
.1. K. Nakllii, i: W. Tliwlng. Hov. W,
X. I.0110, S K. Kulnmtl, C. II. Polci
bon, Anthony X. (Ilinun, John Hnin
ger, I.))o A. Dlcke), Win. W. Hall.
Kobeit Paiker U'nlpa, Abiaham rqi
n.indcz, Joaquin Silva, Peter Kcal.t
Ihoim 1, II. M. Whitney, W. I.. Stan-
'cy. Ho rem.
Have You Noticed Our Line
You'll be surprised at the
Elegance of these goods.
Each piece is DIFFER
ENT IN DESIGN and the
PRICES aie very REASON
ABLE. Leading Jcwcleis.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
fff-jf"vT' -s vT'
VOTE II SIMIil
DCLEGATE TO CONCrtCSS
J. K. KALANIANA0LE
E. W. QUINN
E. B. MIKALEMI
A. S. KALEI0PU
S. P. C0RHEA
D. K. KAMA
S. P. MAIELUA
A. D. CASTRO
R. W. SHINGLE
, J. C. COHEN
E. A. D0UTHITT
E. A. C. LONG
JOHN C. LANE
HARRY VON HOLT
D. KALAU0KALANI JR.
R. W. AYLETT
ANDREW E. COX
WM. A. KA-NE
J. 0. QUINN
DEPUTY SHERIFF OF HONOLULU
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
Thos. G. Thrum.
1003 FORT ST.
4000 areon lloollng Slate 10"xl0".
COO One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-gnllon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castiron nttlng with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Plpo.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD,,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Tort
Jack Scully. Jaek'Rnr.i.rf.
Bulletin Business flftlm PV,a oko
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185."