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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1L, WEDNESDAY. NOV. I, 1U0S.
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VVjiIUicu R. Rsirrlnjjton, - - Editor
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I'er Vear, pot-ilil, lorciftn. 12. no
CIRCULATION LAROEST OF ANY
in the Territory
ra I Editor-tell Rooms,
. It would seem l ci lip (i illincuit
thing In keep a Hi.iii down li writing
Ii 1 in up. . i
A very fat man. trying to back
pedal onto solid gr mini. Is one of tlio
J fitnnv nftpr-plpctloii slchls. Thp rttto
,ik, iioiio eiiiiouai iimi u great neai moie
recoil man nan tiaignijicti ior.
THE CHILTON MATTER.
. Much In being made of thi fact
i tli.it I'.itm Chlllnn denies tli.it Ills 011
' Blntcil that ho (Clilll;m l'orc) was
, voting for Cathcart, n was stated In
i I ho II u 1 I o 1 1 n )cstordny. Chilton
J does not deny tlint lio voted for Catli
cnrt, which would seem lo he the
meat In the coco.vnit The forts of
tllo matter nrp, InieuV, thesp:
Tlio I1 11 1 lot 1 n wis' informed
tlint Cbilton. lr . had bi.iIci! thnt he
and hla fain I h -wen- ; nlng to otp for
Calhcart, and, o.i being questioned
by a roporter, Chilton, Jr., confirmed
the report, nnd wag quoted as sjylng.
After tho publication of the paper'
containing this article, I'apa Chilton ,
f...canie to the II u I 1 o 1 1 n olllco in an '
" cfTcrecliK stnto of excitement, and
denied absolutely that his son line
ever mado'nny such Ktntcuient, and
asked for a toirectlon. A 3hort
statement of what lio hud to say was
made out in his preseuco nnd read to
' lilni. It was pronuuncod satisfactory
by Chilton, and was published
i. . .i "'""' .' ' " , . ,
ut the mos . gnlllcan fact of nil !
Is that, after ( lilllon, Sr., bad left Iho
f oince, Chilton, Jr.. stn)cd behind
ti long enough to Btate, In the pretence i
of tlirco witnesses, that lio had mndo
, tho statement to tho reporter, and
1 had merely denied making It to es
i capo the wrath of his patent.
(taken In tlio celebration by Italian-
Tlio battlo is oer, the wnoko is Americans louicys n realizing sensa
clearing nwny, uml the ombatantH'"f ,l10 extent to which tho Ocnocso
aro llgurldg out their Mctorles nnd nnvlgntor Knvo hw cmiiitryracn a new
....... ... Hal)-- New York World.
losses. It would bn ldlo lo say that
tho Hepuhlkan party cnn.be abwi-l
lutcly hntisllcd with tho result, hut It
is to bo hoped that the evils of split-,
ticket toting hao on this occauou '
''been so amply Illustrated that In the
' future those who enll themselves llc
publlcnns will understand tho neces
sity of standing by the ticket from
top to bottom, regardless of personal
prejudice, in order that the principle
, of the part) a thing miirh higher
' than the pcrt-onalUy of the e.inill-
llydHtes may he carried through.
i. is uigiii) haiisi.iciory mill i.uuio
ilias been elected, assuring tlio Terri
tory of tlfMiillled nnd efficient icpro-
Mentation at Washington, nrtd giving
K- n solid basis on which to plaro hopes
.tlint tho prosperity which has reach
red Hitwull from Wrtshlnt-tnn m iv tin
Lcontlnuous. it is truo that Kulilo'sl.OOO-fJO.
majority hits been reduced, but In
view of tho fact that the Democrats
looked upon this election as their
ono great chance, the fact thnt jic - i
Candless was beaten by n good, solid
Kjiiiajurii. , Blunts iie.irty iliac llio (Ulll
nunilty is sntlslled with Ills woik.
rurtberniorp, in view of tlio hitler
nttnek on tho land policy, which was
.ill... .l.tllf .(ml ! ,1... llnmniiHnl !
..-, (IIIUI ,,. ,1, IU.T W.UIU.UUH
JocKcr, tho mho for Kuhio may well
bo tnken ns a Mito of confldciiro in
Ilowoior. wli.it Is undoubtedly tlio
most Blgnlllcint thing of the entlro
iclcctlnn, Is the election of John Cath-
cart to tlio olllio of County Attorney
by u voto almost twlco as largo ns
that of his two opponents together.
Tho result Is grntlf)iiig, demonstrat
ing, as it does, tho fact that tho com
munity of Oahu will not stand fur
uny Mich cniupalgiiH of hlaudpr and
VV vlllilcatloii, unrair uml cnwardly.
TiintI fathered by nersonul liutrrd and
nllce, such as was directed against
Cathcurt by tho nioinlng paper I'.ith
cart could nsk for no better Mndlca-
rfrfnn fhfin Hint wlllell has been frUen
him nt tho bnnds of tho majoiity of
tho voters of Oahu.
Speaking of tho results' of the,
election ns n wholo, tlio fact thnt sev
eral candidates for local County nf-
flcca hnvo been dnfeiitcd, should not
bo normlttcil to so obseuro tho vision
that tho result should bo called In
aSy'senso of tho word a nepubllcan
'defeat or nnytliliiB HI:o It. On tho'
TilTr Ei Irfflrftl i fiwriisdsTii'ttKMsslilsM
rr fn Moulin gi .mi
l War anywhere lit US I.oo
lci wr auyntitrc In Canada .. I, Bo
Per War postpaid, foreign 3.
EDitltd at the PoMoftire M Honolulu
Rtcond cla muter.
NOVEMBER 4, 1903
contrno. tlio limit liniortant ofllcc,
Hint of D legate, has been refilled by
a ltcpiilillian. and the majority of
Hie Senate and the House will be Ite
intbllt.in, thus nsititrlng us tlint the
Administration will hne the support
which it nerds from tho Legislature.
i:en on the Count) ticket the llo
jiubllcnns h.ie preserved the sway,
having ubsnltite control of the Hoard
of Supervisors, the governing body,
so that even If some of tlio executive
olllceri of tlio Count) are Democrats,
the lleptiblle.iin po-sess tho real povv
or Last or nil. the fallney of tho iitn
nlng of Intli ppndcntly has never been
mi ampl) dcmoiwtriitod ns In :hls
case, and It Is to be hoped thnt tho
litter lout of every ono of tint Inde
pendent, vvtcrn I of whom hnd been
victorious at the polls whllo running
under party banners, may bring Into
tho lines of party those who havo
been advocating tho causo of Inde
pendents In tho past.
Tuesday, Nov, a.
Ti iiijic'nu"'ps i it in., 71: ! a. m
"il: lo .1. in, Ml, noon, 79; morning
liaroniPtci, S n. in. IlrtQJJ; absoluto
IllllllidiM. .S n. tn. (Vsr,.; L'mltia urn.
cubic foot: relatlvo biiinl.lllv. X n. m
"1 per cent; dew pnllnt. 8 n. in., fiC.
Wind ti a. in., velocity I. direction
12.; S a m eloclty 2. direction S;
in n. in. velocity n. direction N. E.:
noon, velocity 8, .direction N. E.
nnhlfaU n , hmm - -
Totitl wind movement during 21
noun cinletl nt noonln" miles.
VM. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Weathor llureau.
Columbus, the -UCth nnnlversary
of whom dlscoitry of America wus
.lobseived recentl), "gnvo to Castile
I nnd Leon n ncv world." Tho part
At KAIMUKI. House lot contain
in& 20,000 sq. feet, cleared ready for
building. Three minutes from car
line. Fine Marine view. Price
MAN0A VALLEY. Thrce-auarter
,?rere house ot,on Wfst Maoa Road.
- ""'"" - ""' '"" auumuwu una
tea, ijie ues. ana cneapest house lot
offered in Maiioa Valley. Price
House and lot corner Piikoi and
Lnnahlo Streets. A fine piec .of
nroperty at the barcain price of
New modern cottage MAKIKI DIS
TRICT for $1800.00. '
Corner Fort and Merohant Streets.
inenas on ainvintr or departing
steamers. Rates are low.
Tlioro Is no need of
worr)lng when nway
from homo and I lie file
whittle blows, It you
hnve Insured jour pro
perty In one of our fire
Wo are agents for
Companies that paid
their San Francisco
losses In full.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
01G FORT STREET.
London. October 13. Tho climax of
the suffrngctto campaign was reached
tonight, when nn enormous mob hem
med In rnilinment nnd slopped traffic
in all streets leading to Westminister.
I'or more than threo hours tho crowd
hcnffled good-nntiiredly with tho police,
Interfered with theater-goers, broke
windows nnd disorganized things gen
erally in the center of London,
The herolno of tho day was Mrs.
Tracers S)iuons, formerly secretaiy
to James Keir Ilardlc. tho Socialist,
and Independent member of I'nrlln
ment, who reached the doors of tho
House of Commons by strategy. Tho
llouso was solemnly debating n bill to
prevent children fioni Smoking cigar
ettes, when the women dashed past
I lie doorkeeper to u position in I rout
of tho Speaker's chair and shouted:
"Leave off discussing children and talk
Invader Carried Out.
Three officials t-lezed Mrs. Symons
and carried her out bodily. She was
then led to tho outer door and dismiss
ed. As result of the coup an order
was Issued tlint hereafter women shall
not he admitted to tho building on any
pretext whatever, and In future the
historic grill will not screen feminine
The appeal Issued by tho suffraget
tes n few d.i)s ngo for rio.ooo persons
to help them "rush" Parliament nt
7:30 this evening was tho most suc
cessful stroke )ct. Not less thrui
twice that number responded to tho
call, and nlnctcnths of these were
)oung persons who canio to see the
fun. Thcio woro also n few hundred
of tho uncmplo)cd and their sympa
thizers. Parliament In State of Siege.
Parliament was in n stnto of slcgo.
A closo triple lino of police wus drawn
around tho tlirce sides In front of Iho
buildings, tlio yard within tlio gates
swarmed with pnilco nnd 2110 guarded
tlio torrnco In tho rear ngnlnst ns
sault by wnter, which tho women twlco
attempted. A small Heel of police
boats also patrolled tho Thames.
All tho mounted pollco in London
and suburbs had been mobilized nt
this center nnd loads of hay wcro tin
stacked in tho streetB for tlio horses.
Tho wholo pollco force, together with
cavalry, Infantry and marines, numb
ering more than D0O0, was kept busy
In restraining and pushing Iho strug
gling masses nbotit Trafalgar squat c.
Tho crowds cheered, sung songs and
hooted In a seml-good-uaturcd manner
nt the suffragettes, who, distinguished
by their orango sashes, swarmed
everywhere, distributing tracts.
Women Try a Charge.
A delegation of thirteen suffragettes,
which approached tho pollco cordon
and was formally refused admission to
Parliament, attempted a football rush,
but tlio pollco chivalrously repulsed
tho women with tho least possible
roughness. Tho pollco were polled
with vegetables mid some stones in u
few minor skirmishes that occurred,
but nobody was seriously hurt. Twenty-four
suffragettes nnd tvvclvo of tho
uncmplo)cd were placed under arrest.
Many persons fainted In tho crush,
and a few wcro trampled upon and
taken to tho hospitals.
Mrs. Pankbttist. Miss Cbrlstohel
Pankhurst and Mrs. Lawrence wcro
summoned to appear in-rourt yester
day for Inciting a broach of tho peace.
This morning tlioy coolly lcruscd to'
oboy tho summons, hut agreed to sur
render themselves at ! o'clock in tho
ovenlng, which they did, spending tlio
night In tho llow-strcct Station. Tho
suffragettes and unemployed Tinvfc
kept piactlcnlly tho wholo pollco force
on duty continuously for foity-elght
i m i i -grae
MONDAY, NOV. 2
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
All sizes will be sold at from 33 1-3
to 00 per cent, reduction.
Modern, Naval Station
Vhcn the proposed Navy Yntd at
I'cnrl Harbor is nu accomplished
fact, the coaling of warships nt this
port will bo an ensy matter (ompnicd
with whnt it now K Though, con
sidering the circumstances, tho coal
ing of the cruiser squadron wus mado
tn almost record time, tho work was
slow compared with what would bo
possiblo with n thoroughly up-to-date
coaling Blntinn on tho island.
Tho nverago speech which tho cs
bcls mndo was 1000 tons n day. As
tho ships had to tlo up nt tho docks,
nnd. In consequence, coal could be
taken from ono sldo only, the speed
made Is considered Jlrst class. It
does not approach tho speed possiblo
where the vessels coal from llghtcis
nt anchorage, however.
According to ono who Is thorough
ly conversant with tho methods adop
ted u the coaling of warships. It Is
easily within tho bounds of possibil
ity to put 400 tons of coal on board
n wnishlp every hour whero tho pro
per facilities aro provided.
A ship Is anchored, and great
lighters nro moored nlongsldo on
both teh port nnd starboard Bides. Tho
modern snips aro provided with fa
cilities for handling coal from both
tides nud it can bo taken on board
with great rapidity. As fast as ono
lighter Is emptied, another, already
loaded, is brought nlongsldo. I'onr
lighters will provide enough coal for
tho largest ship.
Honolulu Is very Important ns n
coaling station. Not only do Iho
American warships all coal hern "en
passant," but foreign ships tlo' mi us
International courtesy requires
thnt nil visiting warships ho ptovld
ed with tho uamo facilities for coal
ing ns nro nccorded American ships.
To tho nnvnl officials falls tho task
of arranging for tho coaling and pro
viding tho coal, loaded on barges, In
such shnpo thnt It can readily bo tit
ken on board tho visiting vessels.
Tho local naval station arranged
for the coaling of tho Catlnat nud
will perform Mio same otriro for tho
Puglla while she Is lioro. Under tho
present conditions this entails con
siderable troublo to the offlrlals, lint,
with n modern coaling Btutlon, tho
work would be trifling.
Lady Cook. Iho philanthropist nnd
suffragette, wlio formerly was Miss
Tennessee Clnllln, has nrrlvcd In New
York, nnd has expressed hor detenu!
nation to nld V. .1. llrynn in his cam
paign. It has not been decided whe
ther sho will sreak nt public meet
Inpn in Ilr) tin's behalf.
Children and guardian of Mis.
Mary Voorm.ui, an ngetl Insnno wo
man, to contest division of $2,001),
000 cbtnto left by tho woman's hus
band. WE NOW HAVE
MANY NEW PATTERNS.
Cups and Saucers
Also a Large Stock of
on display in our show-rooms,
We invite your inspection
of these goods.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
New Shipment in at MAY'S
brings Operatic and classic music to
every home, A musical education!
BERQ3TR0M MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
Mayor of Leon
Endorses Peru na.
itntr X)h Arehibaldo Cue Jen, Miycr cf Lteu, Guanajuato, Mtxiec, Itavin
Dtrived Satisfactory litsults From the VscffPtrttna, Advlsn tht
Feruna Company of the l'actin the Following letter:
MUNICIPAL PALACE. LKON, GUANAJUATO. MEXICO.
The Peru n a Drug Co.,
(Columbus, Ohio, U. S.
Haying taken Pcruna with
pleased to advise you of It b means of this letter.
Very truly yours
(Mayor of Leon.)
Catarrh of Hot Countries.
In cold countries cntnrrb usually at
.Vets tho bead, throat or lungs,
lint there is a form of entarrit qtilto ns
serious nnd unually of n mnro acuta
itch ruTeti, Mo.xh-o nnd alnrgo por
tion of Sou Hi America. Tills form of
calnrrh affects tho alimentary cinnl.
The stomach, liver, bow cNanahlilnes
are the principal organs affected.
Whllo It i truo Hint opcnulonally In
hot countries catarrh of tho noronr ca
tarrh of tlio bend occurs, it is nlan trim
that In cold countries during the warm
seasons cnt.irrh of tho abdominal organs
It remains n fact, however, Hint ca
tarrh of the rc-HpIratory organs U
The following wholesale drug-)
gists will supply tho retail trader
AND OTHER Q00D THINOS
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the news of tho day.
The Suit for You to Wear
Tfr 1 1 h-t i
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very satisfactory results, I am.
piar.icterltlu of rohl eutllltrleK, whllo
catarrh of the alimentary canal and
abdominal organs Is characteristic of
Words of Gratitude.
MoxIpo, in a rieent letter to Tho Pcruna
Drug Mfg. Co., writer :
'Since the age of eight cars I have
suffered u llh chronic catarrh.
"I consulted different well-known
doctors and took many lemcdlcs, but
nothing helped mo permanently.
"Pltnlly ono of j-mtr liookletn, 'Tito
Ills of Life,1 rcachi t my hand, anil
seeing that other cases Jttat like initio
were being treated with Pcruna. I de
cided to tlll.l) It.
"After taking tlirrp, bnttten, I ennald
ornl myself entirely v.-oll." -
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Turkeys, and Geese.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
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and embracing- Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
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of a Newspaper; A Parjliacci;
Italian Cavalry; Gypsies' Sacrifice;
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