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EVENING IlUlibETlM, HONOLULU, T. II.. i;iItm3I3AY, OCT. 20, 1D0S.
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At 120 Kins Street, Hoanl;ilu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
npo ! Editorial Rooms,
B CH. Business Office,
Cat heart will hi tlerted.
straight tlikvl It In doubt.
Jtulil sjs Cathi.irt talk cttntili Iho
campalsn lssu"s with a nniitjr tiK
Stralsht-tlcl:ct utltig will prcsene
tho good name of Hawaii fur busi
Do 5011 note tho latest news from
Hawaii County? Let tho City and
County of Honolulu do ns well.
Cath.nrfK defar.iers. to anxious to', Tl,ls ,s '"" ""'ar.l on which tho
meet him In eouit. have found, after exposed and illntn-soeil eiieinlcH of Iho
careful thought, that they ically
Prank Harvey finds In the llcpub
llcnn lullt-tlrket voting for Watson
Ills only hopo or lielny elected to tho
Stralght-tlekel uitlng will bo tho
feature of this (amp.ilgn, made utter
ly disgraceful hv an outfit calling
J..1'. Cooko has opened up the
wholo schemo of defeutlUK the Hepub-
." llcan ticket and tho organization.
Tho gang would deny It if they could.
When a funral follows the refer
ence to domestic affairs by u dlsrop
utable gang of I'efamcrs. Honolulu ""B' '""' ..u,) u-
will realizo that It has allowed tho.1'080"1
mudslingers to go far enough. L. !;. j not worry
As between Dickey, Castle, Scud
der, and W. O. Smith, .ludd. J. P.
Cooke, thero Is no doubt on whoso
Judgment of candidates the people
Tho party of Prfamnllun Is pioud
ot tho fact that It cmplo)s agents
who aro not citizens. It has nlso In
its ranks men v. ho should properly
be brought beforo the courts for elec
Hun down to Its uiuiee. tho niovo
j ment of Kcpubllcau friends to voto
for Watson will he found to have.
originated in the saino camp as the
J antl-Catbcart uiinpalgn. Yet they
j try to represent themselves as llcpub-
: Tho developments In the llodojcaso
J do not cabt crcJItable rcllectlor.s on
the pollco or the conclusions of tho
Orand Jury, If tbr reports current
I are correct. It Is about tlmo that at
i fair had a competent and thorough
Mmn Lord Ilnpnn Inw t linlni rn-
lied upon to prove tho ridiculous
claim that ClrculL .Tudces nro ills -
qualifying themselves for tho trial of
libel cases, by their unanimously fa-
vorahlo opinion of Mr. Cathcart as a
Kepuhllcan runners nt Pearl City
aro reported as rilstrlbutlng tickets
with tho names of llenrlnues. Holt, Tliey told or their -fear" or contempt,
and Cathcart -ciatchcd off. Here They said their icgular attorney had
tsaln Is evidonrc of tho effort to not arrived. They dodged behind
overthrow tho i.irty In tho I.eglsla- I'Oril llacim law and any facijtlous cx
ns well as the City and County. Thero cuso that camo to mind,
is no need to ask whero tho schemo ! Then their "regular" uttornoy ar-
The response made to J. P. Cooke's
cxposo of the iclieme laid by Cnth
rart's eneinleo to deleat tho Itepubll
caii party and the llepiilillcan organ
ization Is what might bo expected
THAT EQUALITY 600.
Following tho i-xainplo of Iho Civic
Fizzlcatlon Society with Us secret
inomuersuip, inn r.iiuaiuy "party ot
Mr. NaUookou baa made an nnnouncL
iiicnt of tho candidates It uupports.
Tho orgaiilzatk.u of tho Equality
Society was exclusively reported in
tho II u I I O 1 1 n . Tho first meeting
was uttended by sixty people, fount- mles who havo talncd for themselves
ins womon nnd children. Nmv wo tho dubious notoiloty of conducting
learn that tho membership of tho the dlrtlost, tho most disgraceful con
party is slxihunUred. i test over tarried out In'theso Islands.
Why not malo It six tbnusand?, Tho anll-Cathciut niudsllngers aro
Tho folly of thij wholo thing would afraid to romu lulu com t. And thoy
not bo less apparent, know tt.
it Is also well for tho Hopubllcansl TO MAKI1 ADSOUJTKI.Y CFR
to.bear in mind that thh "part)" TAIN THAT THCIIt CASK 'WILLi
- - Editor
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
fcntfted it lh rottojTicr nt Honolulu
a ntvntKl dm nutter.
OCTOBER 29, 1003
that has remiil.ilul Catlicnit has aNo
repudiated" a soud number of other
candidates mi tl.c ltcpuhllcan ticket,
,- rtutlier ovldcnco Is needed tl
,mo that tho men who are llslitlns ,
C'.tthcart are doing their utmost to
defeat the wholo Kepuhllcan ticket.
j BAD, AND GLAD OF IT.
There Is a certain orde of human.
Ity that reaches such u low huel as
to ho bad and piouil of It.
ltepubllcau part) ate operating. Ev
cr) move they have intulo Is based on
what I'icsldcnt Kooi-cvelt deslguateil
by a bhortcr word than the ordinary
term for falsehood.
Perhaps the illliost thing now ho
Ing done is the efloit to provo'that
Mr. Catluart on the stump Is not be
ing well lcrelved by tho voters. As
a matter ot fact, he Is helnc given
tho most enthusiastic reception of
any of the cumulates. The malice
of the attacks Is making him now
friends and more vigorous supporters
As this form ot misrepresentation
Is a miserable failure, tho scheme of
misrepresenting tho figures ot tho
party canvassers has been resorted to,
tin ngtv.utui'iu i.,t,,..t. " 'i
tho dirt campaign are vile ami con
tcmptlhle, and they don't care who
That the voters should bo expected
to support such a campaign Is an In
sut In the decent men of tho City and
Comity of Honolulu.
THOSE BRAVE DEFAMERS!
InlnllliTPnt w,lr.tH nf lb f!ltv .mil
County have not forgotten that tho ;0f0" t",mr w""'' ''a present,
men, who tried to blackmail Oath-I During tho lime or tho celebration,
cart Into withdrawing from tho He-I8"1601"1 lter-Ulaim excursions could
publican ticket, wen- loud in their,, be rl"' " "" "' Pv" our vl3ltnrs n"
typographical announcements that j
they would willingly meet Cathcart I
In thn jiress, on the rtuuip, or In tho
They have 'lot met him mi Iho
They havo not met him In the press
except to mark each passing da with
a smother of libel and degrading In
nuendo. They havo not met him In the
courts, notwithstanding they havo
had ample, mora than ample, oppor
tunity to do so.
Tllo enemies of Cathcart who aro
'now. clearly shown to ho tho enemies
'"1 l" "epiiu.icim.pariy nnvo oougci
I" opening give., them to prove ; Three minnto from car
"c,r d"!rRca l-.e ? Jl" K0 ?'C T f ine. Sn ?vZ ?Se !!
,lur). They can't bo seen In tho
(ouits for tho duct they nic making
When Cttthcnit challenged them to
come Into court they slclo-slcppeil.
lived. Still they tofuscd to go into
court. They knew after tho Orphcum
meeting that Cathcart had thorn sow
ed up on tho charges thoy had
brought against him.
I 'men ami now moy nro tnaing ev
ery ndvantiigo of tho law's riolaya anil
their lights and pilvllegcs an defend
In other words, Ihey havo rerelvcd
a body blow and they aro taking tho
Cathcart was ready nnd Is ready to
go into court, lio called on his eno-
mles to meet lnm thero and thoy "n'l
ylth ono ncco.d began to mako ex-
They Invo forgotten all this,
want tho peoplo tp foiget It.
Hut thn peoplo will not bo nlow lo
forget tho charat tor and campaign of
Honubllcan trnltors and narlv nno-!
As I mill lii my speech at Asm
I'ark, coimlry cpiiips first, party bec-
pml, n n mnttcrnf courne.
'Tills l)OKS NOT MEAN tli.lt
1'AltTY kliimlil bo KlXOltCI) or tliat
ttic VOTEK bliimld Helect from the
Dll-TEHENT PARTIES the llliT
men viewed as individuals.
"PARTIES Alti: NECESSARY anil
DESIRAIII.E IN REPRESENTATIVE
"Tcnm work Is cssmtlal to accom
plish practical losults. Accordingly
In politics ns -noil ns business It Is
often nccchsary to select mill oto for
mn ulio by working toKothcr can ac
complUH desired results even though
they nro not men who mlfiht ho pre
ferieil ns Individual).
"Ot course, there may ho men on
tho party ticket who should not ho
'lotcil for either for tho Rood of tho
country or party, hut Just where the
Hun should ho drawn Is a master for
NOT HE CALLED IIEITJRE THE
ELECTION, THEY HAVE DELAYED
AND STILL DELAY KILINO THEIR
ANSWER TO THi: ACTION
liUOUtiliT AGAINST TIIKMJ
(Continued from Pace 1)
citizens of tho Tcnltory that through
their different organizations, commcr
clal and other, they urgo upon (Sov
ernor Prcar tho appointment ot a
thoioughly repiesciuatlvo committee
to give (otislderatlun to this matter.
If the suggestion is deemed feasible,
ami desirable, an organization should
ho effected as soon ns possible and
the work of preparation commenced.
A fund of at IcaEt Plvo Hundred
Thousand Dollars should he provided,
of which amount, the I'edernl tSov
crhment might well ho asked to fur
No general exposition should bo at
tempted, though a thorough exploita
tion should Do made of our products
', ,,,,. h1ii(ii,1Bi nmlltorlum
would also ho needed. Tho tlmo
should he, bay, duly 1st to 15th,
lSli, July -Ith being bet as Naval
Day. It should ho possible to havo
the etitlio Pacific Plcct In our wa
ters at that time, together with a
large number ot foielgn men-of-war
The President and Secretary of tho
Navk should ho Invited ns well as all
ot tho members ot tho Reiialo and
House Committees on Mlllturr. Af
fairs. Our Consular Service could nlso
bo Hilled upon and representatives
from commercial bodies of every city
""" l' inicr03IOll 111 tllo IMCII1C
At KAIMUKI. House lot contain-
inn OAflflA an f4 ol.-.J ... --
line. Fine Marine view.
MAN0A VALLEY. Three-quarter
acre house lot on West Manoa Road.
Unsurpassed view of mountain and
sea. The best and cheapest house lot
offered in Manoa Valley. Price
House and lot corner Piikoi and
Lunalilo Streets. A fine piece .of
uroperty at the bargain price of
New modern cottatje MAKIKI DIS
TRICT for $1800.00.
Corner Fort and Merohant Streets.
to friends on airiviiit; or dcpaiting
steamers. Kates arc low.
'Mim&: -TWKT mMDANY
v- I A1. Uf-fiTi
'Ihcio Is mi need ot
wanting when away
from homo and Iho flro
whlstlo blows, If you
have Insured your pro
perty In one of our lira
Wo aio agenta for
Companies that paid
their Pan Francisco
losses In full.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
DIG F0KT STREET.
opportunity to see every part of tho
A hundred oilier ideas will occur
to J on us to wu)h and means ot mak
ing such n Cclchiatlon attractive and
effective. I am thoroughly convinced
that such an undertaking can bo cai
iled oiit Hiicresifiilly and hope that
the committee may give the matter
Ily tho last mail, wo received from
1'innk O. Clark, folders dcbcrlptlvo of
his "Around the World Cruises." to
gether with cabin plans of the Arabic,
which uro now- on filo In our oftlco.
Mr. Clark wi'tcr. that on tho west-
waid cruise, tho Aiablc Is Miiedulod
to leavo San lTiinilsco l'eh. nth.
10111, arriving.it Honolulu Keb. Hllli
and remaining at least two daa In,
port. We hopo to be able to get this
tlmo extended. At our request, Mr.
Claik has kindly consented to bend u.
tho mimes of passengeia ns they book
in older that wo may send them fold
ers descriptive of Hawaii." Wo havo
made tho same arrangement with
Thos. Cook & Son. H.omntnl & Wlllt-
comb, Culver's and rther general I mr
Mr. II. (!. Illchlcy, superintendent
of construction ot V. C. public build
ings, wiltes.ua fioiu Spokane-asking
for foJderB ilescilptlvo' of llawn'l. Mr.
Illdiley Is now Mipei Intending the
construction of the Federal building
at Spokane, which lie hopes to havo
completed next May.' when lie, may
(omo to Hawaii to Mint woik on our
The Truth About
Vhoi tlirrc In a palp, pnnty romilPxlnii
that lxrHlMtH In pplto of ill L iitul ti refill
llvltiB. or uhrin Ukiii Is pliyilcrtl miU
lifHf ihfit llkeulfio rculf-tn tlKt iimtil lrrnt
nunl, ih kldnofl nro to Im 8iMictrl
L'ooil of leu looH roplo wlili hltlnry
Ilsonxr ory Ilttlo rdoU.
Iiinh til nf HtttrlnK In tlio HyMcm tho
ntlitim.m, Ktnrclu-s nml hukhth th.it ur
fnoil h-Umsch tho InlUtnfil kltlnoj'H tie
Ikct th in, nnd t'ts iIIklIoko tly in In
thn f llinhmthmn iiiuikpI. Tho p.it lent
urnuH titer unit winkor. anI hb tho
klilmji arc not prnnltlo tlmo Ih inm
nllv no p tin, and thorn tippcm tn l im
caiiiFO fr tlin conllnnofl wonkiwi. In
snrli caiitH n lest for nihil men m.iy
dIMoip a Hirone perronlaR of tho
Hrrncili of tho food lu thn climliulluiii
iinutfd( hut, n nlhumen can not huarrn
and Ih only disclosed through chemlcnl
tMtH, (he patUnt, unlem he Is In Urn
liandi nf n plolehn, nften him no linn
mi IiIh dllllcutty, nnd thuusatuU nt Ktult
r.wn kiow unwittingly Into tho nup
IKtued ihrnnlc, Incurahlo Ftnt.
In lli ho cine lult nil's Itcnnt Coin
twiiml nrtH dennllPly. lint fpilto slowly,
for the lntlimniatlon Is usually of con
slderulilc Htandfnc and iKTiiunonco. Ah
In tho (UIkt fasoH nf jnllamnrithm nf
tho kidney Medical WnrkH lmo noth
ing hut .11. t ami syinplonutlo ticut
ltKiit. Imth ot which htifl piu(ii futlhi
hi the hi (lirmile ni"n.
As !''ultnirH I tonal fnnipoiind rnlncH
Iho Inllamniatlon, tho iiILuiihii will ho
found li Im gradually ilerroasliiK nnd
rnovciv tdnw hut ilcftiilto In uIkiuI b7
er dMit nf all cases.
I.lltratuie malted firo
John j. ruiroN ro,
Honolulu Drug Co. 1 n tit . mo our
nolo local iiKeutM. AHk rr ill-Monthly
Uullclln of Mto ucnu'rlCH. CG
The AllciiUiwu Call hays that An
thony Cmnfatuclc will ho ublo to Ipp;i
tho shoath BKlit down. That Cnm
Htnt'k poison hcroniPH inoro of a uul
wincu cW'i-y day. Jolmatown Demo
MONDAY, NOV. 2
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
All sizes will lie sold at from 33 1-3
to 50 per cent, reduction.
Vl HI V" If
M. MOIUERKY, ltd., Fort
VOTE IE SPOT
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
J. K. KAIANIAHA0LE
E. W. aUINN
E. B. MIKALEMI
A. ii. XALEI0PU
S. P. C0RBEA
D. K. KAMA
s; P. HAIEIUA
A. I. CASTRO
R. W. SHINGLE
, J. C. COHEN
E. A. D0UTHIIT
E. A. C. LONG
JOHN C. LANE
D. KALAUOKALANI JR,
R. W. AYLETT
ANDREW E. COX
WM. A. KA-NIS
J. C. 0.UINN
DEFUTY SHERIFF OF HONOLULU
Will Keep Time
if proper attention is given!
them, No watch will give'
satisfaction-if neglected. I
Let us tac care of your
watch. We arc EXPERTS in'
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
Kl - Tv 3 11
Eight Here in our store wo liavc
the very Suit for yoj. It is mede by
STEIN-BLOCH Tailora, the
world's inaatai'j of the tcrlniiqno of
It tnkes Bi:iiii3 to tliinh out nn,l
dcvcioi) the cwart stylet in our
clothes, and skill to put them there.
Come in uril hv or a suit; see for
yourself the stylii, fit, tailoring, and
high futility of Material.
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
Tlios. G. Tkrmu.
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Merchant St. bet. Tort nnd Alahea.
Wall Ting GbongSo.
Kintr Street, Ewa of Fishmarkct.
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Try n drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HErFEEN serve you.
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The Best Whii:ey on the Market.
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101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KINO ST.
in an nntomobilc is just the thine,
Call up 200 388 or 1458 nnd ask
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Dealers in Frtrnituie Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
TLUI-IBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; T. 0. Bos 014.
You Want Electric Wirinjj Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
69 Eerctanin St. Phone 315.
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Only $4 eacii
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W . vr4 -T7??"5M
The Leading Visible Type
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ranking a purchase elsewhere.
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Agents; for the Hawaiian Islands.
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Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W, C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
4000 Oreen UooOiik Slalo 10"xl0".
500 One ami Two Prong Irou Kenca
1 sn-giillon Drum Commotclal IHh
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3S5 editorial- roomo J50 bus.l
ncco offlso. These nro the new tr'l
rphons numbsr'o of ho Bulletin office.
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