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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOI.TJLTJ, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 1003.
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VVrtiUieo R. FnrrInton, - - Editor
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Tlie next Congress v 1 1 1 lie Itepttb
limn. Sec that your otc assisU lit
keeping Hawaii lit line.
The preliminary ennuis shows
Cathcart at tlio he.nl ot the city tick
et. Tito straight ticket must also bo
evidently the "Uepuhllcan run
ners" which Cathcart's eneniles wore
supposed to "quote" railed to connect
with the business district ot the city
John I). Rockefeller kicked out of
the White House ns u political tllcks-
ter shows that no one wants John 1).
Only his money It acceptable dm Ins
the campaign season.
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that he IB known by the company he
M-eps. auuigui. puiuzaiisnip naa
given lit m victories at thc polls. His
new plan will give him experience.
.jmil ai numaui i.
The thought that A. M. Hiow.i
Khuiild !uie the tctnerlt to cNcrcUu
Ills rights us a citizen is the saddest
blow the enemies of thu Itepubllcuu
p.utj have yet I etched.
Opposition to IJouthltt Is merely
nu luildent of thc scheme J. I'. Cooko
unearthed for wrecking the whole
ltepubllean ticket to satisfy pcttonal
If you would become acquainted
v J ' b tho Itepubllcau candidates pe-
rtrfc' the political section ot todaj'a
11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n . And on Tuesday, vote
JM- L X
The Detuocintlc letoid of tho land
the Knplolanl Estate owns Is Interact
ing but of no political value. Lauds
of the Kstato with which Delegato
Ktihlo Is associated havo always bocu
open to the freo tiso ot poor people..)
After hearing ull Thurston's "ma
jor charges" against the Uepubllcan
tandldate for City and County Attor
ney, thc "business centers, of Hono
lulu return nu overwhelming verdict
In favor of tho candidate.
THIS IS NOT THE TIME TO CHANGE
Hawaii needs a Republican Dele
gate In the United States Congress
because In the next twelve months
tarltT lcvlslon will bo tl)c leading Is
sue In the National Lcgislatmc, and
If Hawaii's prosperity s to bo main
tained the expression of our pcoplo
must be on tho side ot high tariff.
Hawaii needs a Uepubllcan Lcgls
lattitc In order that tho business of
tho Territory njny bo catrlcd on in a
pionipt and cllltlcnt manner. ThU
Is no time to delay tho progress ot
the Islands by occupying tlino with a
wordy war between an opposition
T.i.iHKtiituin mill a Heliiilillcan Hxecil-
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Tho City and County of Honolulu
needs a Republican Ho, ml of Super
visors and Uepubllcnn executive cul
lers, that tho first ycats of city gov
ernment may bo ot a character to
promote the good uauio of Honolulu
uud advanco tho cause ot local belt
government In tho Torrltoiy.
Tho man who says this Is an old
Etory speaks tho whole, tiuth. Tho
light for competent government, tho
contest to overcome evil Influences,
uud fotgc ahead Is ns old lib human
ity. 11 lit tho Issuo Is before tho pcoplo
of this City and County right now.
It Is immediate. It Is "up to the j
lieople" to say whether the history of
this Territory, City and County Is to,
bo marked .by two yeurs of progress
or two jeats of icgrct that u major
ity should huvo been so foolish us to
have forgotten the real Issues on
election day, and declared for two
years of letrogiesslon.
You say tlieio are good met: on
tho other ticket.
This muijt bo confessed. Ono of
the glorious things ot this life Is that
thoro ate mote than enough good
men to go mound. Hut In the prac
tical affairs of life tho practical miiti
mid tho soiiHlblo man consideis the
important factor of team work.
There nro undoubtedly ns good mm
Jn tho Now York baseball team na
Frr ?U Moi.tln 4 ,o
Per rt anwricrf la U5i I,m
td Year, aiiJitrc in Canada .. I. flu
Per eat iwtpaM, loteici 2. 00
Office, - 56
Eutcrcd at llie fostofEce at Honolulu
a artotitl cUt matter.
OCTOBER 31, 190S
there mu nniotiK the Chicago cli.un-
iloiiM Hut the latter posse- ill mi-
periur quality or te.nn woik. Tints
they liato won. Thifa others will
The same principle holds In poll
tics. The team wot I. of the Itcpttull-
can party, the discipline of Its organi
zation, Its close touch with the neo-
pic, give n n assurance of results that
cannot he offered liy any other politi
cal combination In the Tertltory or
Efficiency Is perhaps the word that
best epitomizes the record by which
the Republican patty and Its candi
dates Individually mid colloetlvly
hae gained the umlhlcticc of the
people. And what man Is thcic who
scorns ctllciency In the conduct of
T(,e ptomlKe of the Republicans
I mn Thc hM Wn tc(li
Its ctllciency has been tested
found not wanting.
There has been nothing to Justify
a new partlzan deal. To defeat tho
ltepubllean candidates In the present
election would be to switp horses In
the middle of the stream. To chango
commanders In the face of an enemy
during the piogrcss of u Huccessfill
campaign could not be more dlaus
tious on thc Held of battle than for
Hawaii to change Its party allegi
ance at this peilod when to much
good work for the people remains lo
be carried to n stictcssful Issue and
bucIi tremendous possibilities for
prospeilty or depression are involved
In the icsult of the ballot.
No party has yet produced In this
Territory a better-working team for
the common good than has been
found In the straight Uepubllcan
ticket. This year that ticket is ot a
higher standard than ever before.
Tills Is no time to carry out the
Admiral Hockley In throwing his
btrength to von Holt again shows
that keen judgment which has won
At XAIMUKI. House lot contain
ing 20,000 sq. feet, cleared ready for
building. Three minutes from car
line. Fine Marine view. Price
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'
property at the bargain price of
New modern cottage MAKIKI DIS
TRICT for $1800.00.
Corner Fort and Merehant Streets.
to friends on a: riving or departing
steamers. Rates are low.
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4fj If XgMErfs i z
There Is no need of
worrjlng when away
from homo and the lira
whistle blows, If )ou
hae Insured your pro
perty In one ot our fire
We nro agents for
Com pa tiles that paid
their San ,1'ranclsco
losses In full.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
916 FORT STREET.
him honors on many u field of bat
tle, though hope of complete victory
CIVIC FUR1STS AROUSED.
A. M. lliown has written a letter
In sttppoit of Cathcart for City anfl
Heat the diiim. Call out the guard.
Tuin in tho lire alarm!
(loo Wan Hoy, that lovely repre
sentative of u Jellow-dog cause, pro
tests against such a violation ot puro
Thurston knows that he has been
A. S. Humphreys maintains n dig
nified silence, and weeps alone.'
DoromitM Scudder, W. U. Castle,
and Chin lie Dickey have formed a
hollow square and approach on horro
back. This Is thc ilual charge against
Cat hea 1 1.
If I'nele Joe Cannon were In Ho
nolulu, ho would piobubly iciirnL,
'Isn't It H 1?"
Heated political speeches were ex
changed at the noon hour tod.iv at
the comer ot King and Ilethcl sheets.
Mrs. Mary Atcherley occupied tin.
soap box while .Sheriff laukea stood
on nn empty shoe box In front of tho
Ilegal shoe stoic. Tho attendauca
was unusually large ,but the police
preserved order, laukea was follow
ed by Col. John T. linker of Hllo.
Ills speech was listened to with In
terest. "There nro two things why
1 don't approve ot Iaukca's adminis
tration," said he. "I don't like him
becattko he closed up lwllcl, and, wc
ondly, because ho arrested tho gam
He then related a story showing
that he had gambled and made money
In the old days. "At one time," sal.l
he, "I made fSOO and at other ilniw
I mado a couple of thousand dollars,
but after the duration of thrco years
I had only 2.1 cents left."
Ho then told tho people to vote for
tho best men regardless ot tbclr po
litical faith. Col. Itaker was cheer
ed. Both Sheriff laukea and Mrs. Atch
erley spoko at length.
Tho Governor's party coming down
from tho mountain houso ot Mr. Knud-
ten at Halcmanu caino across two
l.nby goats that had strayed from their
mother. Tho party took them down tc
ho Knudscn residence and gavo them
to Mr. Knudseu'H littlo girl, who
piomptly named them Mr. and Mis.
Now oil. At last leports tho kids wero
Blank books of all ortr, lolgeia
etc. manufactured by tho bulletin Pub
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All sizes will he. sold at from 33 1-3
to 80 per cent, reduction.
Information from Republican head
quarters ghes n foiccast of the elec
tion, figured up to the, present lime
For Delegate Kalanlanaolo (U.),
0,000; MtCandlcss (D.), '1,200; Not
Icy (H.H.), 1,200.
Senators Henrlqucs (It.), 2,700;
Harvey (I),), 2,200; llroad (I,.), 1,
000; Hughes (It.), 3,000; Mooro (U.)
2,100; Kuplhca (I..), 000; Qttlun
(It.), .1,C00; Wntson (D.), 2,100;
l'ocpoo (I..), flOO.
HeprcBcntattves, Pourth District
Uepubllcan candidates will aver
age 1,700 votes, Democratic 900 nnd
Home Uttle-I.nborltcs S00. The elec
tion ot the straight Uepubllcan tick
et Is asstned.
Representatives, Fifth District
Republicans will averngo 1,00(1;
Democrats, COO; Home Uulc-I.nbor-Itcs,
800. Tho whole Uepubllcan tick
ct will be successful In this district.
Mayor Lane (It.), 2,000; Fern
(I).), 1,000; Achl (L.), 1,800.
Supervisors Uepubllcan candi
dates will averngo 2,800 votes, Dem
ocratic 1,800, and Homo Uulc-Labor-
Itcs 1,100. A. K. Cox being on both
tho Republican and Homo Rule-La-borlte
tickets, will lend tho wholo
ticket. For the snme reason Wm.
Kano will como next. D. Kalauoka-
Innl Sr. will poll tho largest voto
on the Homo Uulc-I.nbor ticket but
will not be elected. The Republicans
will carry the Supervisors straight.
City nnd County Sheriff Wlsc(R.)
2,800; Jarrett (I).), 2,200; louke.i
City nnd County Auditor Dlclt
ncll ill.), 1,000; Anderson (D.), 2,
000. The II. U.-L.'s endorse Dick-
City and County Clerk Kalauoka
lanl Jr., 4,000; Lowe (I).), 1.G0O.
City and County Attorney Cath
cart (II.), 3,000; Kdlngs (D.), 1,000;
Long (Intl.), 1,100.
City mul County Treasurer Von
Holt. 2,800; Trent (D.), 2,500; Ueck
Icy (Ind.-L.), 700.
Deputy Sheriff, Honolulu Holt
(It.), .1,200; n'oso (D.), 2.S00.
There will bo a band concert Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at Mnkeo
Island. Following Is the program:
The Did Hundred.
Overture Comedy ijclu
intermezzo Russian Franko
Chorus Tnnnhaiiser Wiiguer
Reminiscences of Verdi .... (lodfruy
Vocal Hawaiian songs...nr. by Merger
belectlon Sunday l'aradu Hiimo
Cardnna Qarln llreton
Finale L.i Gltauctto Vnhotdo
The Star Spangled 1 tanner.
Uand Commissioner Pratt was one of
tho (list callers on Governor Frear
this morning. There oto many Inter
sling land mattem pending on Kauai.
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATES
The Auto LI vary will from this
date reduco all automobile work 25
per cent. 1 passenger Inside city
limits Punahou St., Wylll St.. or
Kninehamcha Schools, 50 cents; call
ing or shopping $3 per hour; contin
uous driving JG per hour; $4 second,
S3 for third. Around Island $10. 13.
II. LEWIS, Proprietor. Tel. No. C.
Will Keep Time
if proper attention is given
them. No watch will give
satisfaction if neglected.
Let us ,take care of your,
watch. We are EXPERTS in1
II. F. Wichman & Co.
GOV. ALARCON OF
Pe-ru-na Is Known Through
out the Length and Breadth
As a Remedy
As An Ideal Tonic and Safe
A Severe Test or Pe-ru-na.
EVKRY country has Its climatic
pcculUrltlca, and consequently Its
Tho cquablo nnd salubrious climate of
ino nigh tamo lands of Mexico and mo
humid, hot climate ot Its low land
furnlrh a sufficient variety ot climatic
vicissitudes to eovcrely test tho medic
inal merits ot tho world-famous
Tho variety of catarrh mot prevalent
In Moxlco differs from tho catarrh of
Instead ot tho nasal and throat ca
tarrh ot cold countries thero prevails In
warm cllmatet catarrh of the abdomi
nal and Internal organs, producing
atomach, bowel, liver, and kidney dl-
Hut, with all tho differences In manl
rotation, tho dlscaso la the same,
whether it Is located In tho head and
throat or whether It fastens Itself upon
tho organs ot digestion and secretion.
Fernna, as an internal catarrh rem
edy operating equally throughout tho
wholo human system, adapts Itself for
tho treatment ot catarrh ot hot
countries with tho same .facility as
when used for tho catarrh ot Northern
In addition to Its famo as a catarrh
remedy, Pcruna ban also acquired fame
the world over.as an Ideal tonic.
It Is tho tonle properties of Pcruna
that especially appeal to Uio arorago
citizen of hot countries.
Pcruna Isa natural tonic. It Increases
tho strength by Increasing the function
of tho nutrltlTo organs.
It stimulates the circulation of tho
blood and at the same time It Invig
orates digestion and assimilation.
It OYcrcomcs depression by (arnUhlng
strength rather thaa by convoying to
mo system a icmporf.ry stimulant,
The following wholesale druggists will
The Suit for You to Wear
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M. McINERNY, Ltd., Fort
LABOR AND SHIPBUILDING
"According to near Admiral Mel
ville, tho United States shipyards losl
tho 130,000,000. contract for build
ing tho now Brazilian warships be
caitbe of tho seal city ot skilled labor.
Tho cost of labor ot thla clans Is 40
per cent, higher In this country," says
tho B.tltlmoro American, "than that
ot tho competitive shipyards abroad,
and restrictions upon apprentices,
says tho Admit al, add to tho dUllculty.
Tho Miles of the labor oigaulzntlons
to limit tho number ot apprentices for
the sake ot lestrtvtlng labor and thus
creating hotter prices havo seemingly
worked admirably. But when tho
other side of tho subject in viewed it
Is doubtful whether labor Itself has
gained In tho end. If, as tlio Admir
al declines, the United States lost In
one lustauco a $30,000,000, contract
ll might very well have gotten, thou
there was this much diminution ot
labor at a time when labor was being
cm tailed through slackened Industry.
All Ca- iB'V Wm
HON. MANUEL ALARCON.
Dr. S. n.Jlartman,
Columbus, Ohio, U. H. A.
DearSIr: I have had different people try vmir medicine nnd must statu
iranKiy mat aitogetnvr the success
I take satisfaction In congratulating
Vlforous and Healthy.
Mr. Itichard Culvert, 0 Mlddagh St.,
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., writes:
"What food means to tho hungry and
drink lo tho thirsty, Peruna means to
"Pcruna Is to my mind a finer healer
"I suffered for years with chronic
Indigestion and a sluggish liver. At
times I was constipated and then I
would havo a spell of dlarrhcca and
"Tho doctors tried their best to help
mo, but they simply did not know what
ailed me, or clso their medicines wero
"Peruna cured me In cloven weeks.
It made mo vigorous and healthy uud
1 am Indeed thankful to you."
A Friend Advised Pe-ru-na.
Mr. Boss Craig, Fork Vale, Tennessee,
U. H. A., writes : "1 had catarrh of tho
bead for two years.
supply the retail trade : BENSON,
Right Here in our store we have
the very Suit for you. It is made by
STEINv-BLOCH Tailors, thc
world's master of thc technique of
It takes Brains to think out and
develop the tmart styles in our
clothes, and skill to put them there.
Come in and tiy on a suit; see for
yourself the stylo, fit, tailoring, and
high quality of material.
It would bo easy to flguro out that a.
largo part of S50,000,000. lost was
lost to the wage-earner.
'Cheap labor Is not to bo advocat
ed, but It Is an open question whether
tuo curtailment or moor ueiow iuu
actual need does not express n fear ot
curtailed wages that would not bo
justified. Tho country should havo u
full supply of skilled mechanics.
Surely, there ought to bo a reasonable
principle followed In thoso Industries
In which there is International com
petition. It the llinzlllnn warships
were building horo, thoro would bo
inoro shipbuilding labor employed
and at a higher wago than could be
offered thoso who aro kept at work
under conditions of slackened Indus,-
try. Tho basic prlnclplo of labor Is
work. Gtvo this and wages will take
caro of themselves.
"Tho more serious nBpect ot unnat
ural rcstilctlons plated upon tho free
dom ot labor Is thnt this Is ono ot tlio
factor that tends to prevent the un
building of u merchant mat Inc.
American labor Is, as a rule, loyal to
American enterprise, and In tho case
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GOVERNOR OF MORELOS. MEX.
Cucrnuvaca, MnreliH, Mex. S
December 0. lOfti.
olilalned win favornblo. ,
you on the results, and remain,
cry truly yours,
"A friend advised Peruna nnd lo my
surprise It cured mo Bound and well."
Catarrh Seven Ycers.
Mr. Amlor Kls, M'-' 11. inili street,
Kama Ully, Mifsotirl, U.N. A., writes:
"I cannot thankyou enough for being
cured. 'or seven long cars I doctored
steadily for my catarrh and cough,
w hlcli coiU mo hundred of dollars. Hut
my catarrh grew worso all tho time.
"liven though I wus under tho treat
ment of somo of tho moat famous doc
tori, I still had a terrible cough and
thought sometimes that I would choke,
I could get no air.
"1 then bought a bottle ot Peruna,
nnd that ovening uud all plglit my who
gave It to mo according to thodlrectloiui
and I felt better tho following day
"Thrco days later I felt much Im
proved, and today, after tho -no of tho
fourth bottle, feel entirely cured.
"1 can conscientiously ri,minen(l
this grand mcdlclno to.every cltltuu."
SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
cited by near Admlinl Melville thovo
probably was nothing moro than a
mistake ot Judgment In the adoption
of an apprcntlco rule that has had
effects not anticipated. But it tho
facts could bo biouglit home to Inbor
as to tho tremendous gains that
would nrcriio to it ftoiu tho estab
lishing ot the shipbuilding buslncsM
In this country upon a footing com
mensurate with Its commercial lm
poitance, from tho labor hosts would
Arguing In bt-hnlf of the Chicago
ltniicli Company, Fredorlck S, llalrd,
an attorney of Chicago, argued bu
foio a com t In Omaha that tho en
tiles wcie mado In good faith.
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