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Delegate to Congress.
T xplrtxl Term .Vhb Goncre.)
H EL PARKER.
lAelaftate to Congress.
Full Term 57th Concws.)
Snators Island of Onhu.
iRGK K. cAltTKR.
' RENTE I CRARRE.
T. II. HOOGS.
i M. RORERThON.
ilerpki iHliei'inens warrant?
Fc Representatives Fifth District.
:. HITCHCOCK. v,
. "II JOHNSON. ..
I KAFLl'KOr. ' ""X
" J. Mcl'ABE.
' ',. McCAXIM.KSS.
iEACHING THE MAJORITY.
1 'wt ioHiiiiuni(ics thrre if one
i ijmt by tho tnnjority mny
. lied. To retK'li the small renin!
" e wotil.l fiml it necvstiary to u;.p
uewiMtKir in Honolulu
t iik tbe ntujoriry of the purchasers
ity b The Republican Daily anil
ney sbwrs a ilisail ciueli.
1 rsnW that "live wires" make fifty
im'ii every day. Wouldn't it be
r to Imh the wires than the men?
New York police have done well
Giilvitwn cufforers. They have
.ss,(HV to the mayor's relief
'"turiflT" ku't cut any ice in this
iffti. Sewn to Imve been worn
f'.iiv ml th whole national ten-is
to lowr duties.
v are tbe salaries of the jwlicc
invry To allow the h.vlwks
Mml lay to itrofit on tdiaviin:
A- lnrk Ailwirer" will semi his
to tbis office, not necessarily for
Uion. bu communication will oe
'H-d. Otherwise it will lie thrown
".e waste basket.
Uepubtitau will lie indeiwndent.
Hd ferli in the discharge of lu
ii the iHihlie." is the chief
wbh'b this paper was founded
ik b.s ami -il continue to carry
. subscriiwwns to the German loan
r in exea of the amouut of the
oSCJNvd. It is Jsired to allot the
. m hh h way ns to insure their
kept in tbe United States for
- ph IL Mauley ays that tbe
r? in ttrttest alout carrying Mis-
fr MoKinley. Senator Forakcr
'her sgteGkcrs are to be ent there.
Tow Reod must chuckle when he
' -neb wltticisiHs by chief
amtrding to the Tiser, the rpub
,1atforiH relative to county and rau
i! government i meaningless; in
tended to catch votes. Quite likely
flnnouitretMent was made too early.
uUI have done less harm after the
(lie way? Is there a sidewalk and
u ring waiting for n newspaper
n to work mi sentiment in Its favor?
J is Just povsiUlc. ami unless the
;i i.-i are accidental, tbe "Tiser has leen
I g to break into it.
Young People for
Les made it-5 appearance and as usual is
V- .nteresting. It Is a credit to the
d 'yr Mrs. II. S. Townsend. and an
fct tor to tbe school department. It sbouM
tinu a wide circulation among tbe children
of these islands. Its Influence will
le wholly for good.
Preentive inoculation for typhoid fever
ha won support from tbe eaperiea'w
pf the war. A physician .attached
to tbe hospital at Naauwpoort
whs impressed witb the fact that
who submitted to inoculation bad
iiVJer Ettscfcx. Astosc the inoccUtH
;be death rat wai lower ty 21 per cnt
than aieoac the nattwnlatoL Tb ar
?e teaiiWature lw was fowcr. A
many ss )2ft L rxree naor jiotice anl
isLtazes they xcezv Tery
tnsitiBt'tit tra vrixh Jw-s of car-
I!c aewl three tiacs a day.
tbe isot Uifcl rtimnlant, farQi
latinc J--p. Trssafoslon with toll,
aed xoaay Ym, c4cir.f patiec'?
'o .rally Tronkrfnlly. Oat of tb O'
ea..tber? were 12 caw of btnorrbar?.
.i fact rapportic;; tb contition that
acid tend to protcote that coaapli
What is tb objt of tbe Advertiser
ic trying to work up another olarne
?cAT'! There L not a million dollars in
the tnaMiry to be espnd oat of
which innr?t could porcha. and
elatorsteiy furniyb, new homs afwr
thr1 months fniploynscnt, so what's tbe
object this time? lit the "devil's part-ser"
enxion to have another "Citiren"
Sanitary Committee" appointed just vi
tbe eve of election so he .can establish a
more arbitrary rule than was ever ex
by an invadin? army over a xi?
Newsjmperdom. n journal devoted explosively
to the interests of newspaper
ptiblibers. in the latest issne receive!
here dLcussses at some length the
tewlency towards independent
a-i ncainst hidebound party
which must accept what their party
does and their party candidates do, re
panllcj of whether the partv is right cr
wrong, or whether or not candidates are
unfit to bold public oflice.
IJiis"ing th party organ whic'i
stand for party above everythinc else.
it sny: In any other capacity than
an advocate of his party and its principles,
the editor bears an excellent reputation
for proliitv. but let him dabble in
political writinc. and off drops the mantle
of honesty, and he becomes, to the public,
a man of norals and questionable
honesty. Aid why? Recause of his
blind following of party, which places
him in the public eye as n puppet of
powers political. Naturally, readers of
hi pnier question the sincerity of his
editorial utterances made under fear of
party disfavor or with a desire to procure
All of which is contributing to the
passing of the partisan uewspaer and
the rise of the independent newspaper.
As indicating the growth of public sentiment
in the direction of an independent
press, there has leen a great increase in
the numlter of independent journals witL
in the iut years, newspapers not
neutral in iKilitics. but recognizing obligations
to readers rather than to party
newspapers of the tyie of the Minneapolis
rimes, whose recent utterance respecting
the independent newspaper contained
"It has become more and more apparent
that ns the republic grows older, ns
education is more widely diffused ami
(ns a corollary) men think not only
more, but more to the purpose, the function
of the independent newspaper is
letter and better understood,
the need for such a paper is becomin:;
more widely recognized, and patronage
therefor is growing apace. The runes
is gratified that the above postulates find
support in its own case. As pointed out
upon many -occasions in these columns,
an independent paper is not one without
convictions, nor without obligations. It
must have convictions ns to what is right
and what is wrong, especially in matters
of grave, public polity, and it always
rests under the obligation to its readers
to tell the truth, and to do so fearlessly.
Convictions, however, which must ruu
along the groovat prepared by
or digged by partf bosses, or obligations
to political partisans as such,
need form no part of the creed of the
truly independent newspaper."
Despite the a.titude of tho Advertiser
it Is Mfe to sav that 90 per cent of the
people of ilonol llu are in favor of municipal
government. Any candidate on
the republican ticket who thinks with
tbe Advertiser that such legislation is not
"practicable" now would better prepare
at once for a political funeral on
t!tli with himself as the corpse-
.Maui Editor Thinks.
From the Maui News.
the IJihaina water supply' money
been put into the Honolulu sewers? it
begins to look that way.
SAD FLIGHT OF AN ORATOR.
Eon. Henry Smith 01ud to His
Chair Create Laughter,
I From the Chicago
GRASS LAKE, Mich.. Sept. It!. The
Grass l.ake News is responsible for tbe
The meanest scalawag in Michigan
lives over iu Augusta township, Washtenaw
county, and we'll proceed to prove
it. Hank Smith was billed to speak at a.
school houe near AVhitcomb, whn a
club was to be organized. The
room was jammed full of men, women and
children. A little platform had been
arranged for the orator of the
evening, surmounted by a single chair,
the seat of which some miscreant had
covered with fresh glue. In this chair,
to which he waa conducted. Hank sat
down, not knowing it was loaded. Alean-time
the burbgers proceeded with their
work", and an hour was consumed before
the officers were elected and the job finished.
The new president tbeu stepped
forward and introduced "the present and
the nest congressman of this district,
the Hoa. Henry C. Smith of Adrian."
Mr. Smith got up and so did the chair!
He tried to shake it off by a hip wriggle.
This -failed. He readied down aud tried
to pry iroff with his fingers, but without
sucrvss. He pulled sturdily at the rear
to force It to let go. but it wouldn't do
anything of the kind. JJe now smelt a rodent.
The president, seeing his predica
ment, stepped up and gave the thins such
a tug that ftaiitii in alarm, but in an undertone,
"Hold on. Ferguson, youll tear the
cloth away, and you can are my coat ia a
short sack, and there are ladles present."
The audience sor tumbled to the situation
and instantly bunt into thaaderbg
guffaws. The room .became a, bedlam of
laughter-convulsed lunatics. The women
screamed and the children whooped. whUc
able-bodied men lay down on the benches
and roared. The hilarity waa eatching.
and soon Hank,- genial-hearted and fun-loving
as he was, sat down, leaned bark
aad joined tbe deafening chorus. Finally,
waving his hand, the crowd became sufficiently
quiet to hear him say :
"1 came here to speak my piece and
, ,.. I. ifii nfcaf( p rut., injjvumi.
TflE MOStfEtfife KEPtJBERXK; OCTOBER !6Uitt
i v '1
111 do it t&oszh tbe whole boo! house
were glaed to nse."
he got cp again asL half best
ret with the ehair 3anriin behind.
;rd J ia. At erry zaotioa he made the
t ai. would "boxsp op &n down oa the
at. or swine azai2r the wsS. or strike
1 table boldirar tbe lamp. Of eonree the
wd langbed when be j'W'I and laoghed
ten be didn't joke. At last the sTwaier
-Indies and gntl. I tftst rwt;
v had: is about broken. and sit dows.
At this an old fellow jfsa oat. axl
across the way to fcfc: bone. brosght
.vr a pair of overalls. .Haat was stead-:-d
off the platform amid renewed peals
of laughter; and with a man boldia? the
. hair away from his calve, waddled ont
of doors, where he lay down on th aras?
and was "unbooked. He fini5hi hi
speech ia the overalls.
Inland of Oahu Has l&ere Than.
of the Voters to
Yray Taylor lias received the entire
registration returns fnxn.all the islands.
The total number of qualified voters u
11!1L AMiile this Ls sqlbethiug near
3.000 !cf than were registered for the
last election under the monarchy. It is
a vast increase over the number registered
under the republic In ISO", th-
year of t be constitutional convention,
.",S."i2 voters were registered and at the
general election in ISO" there Wfre only
One factor in cutting down the vote
this year as compared with 1S02 is the
fact that About 2,000 Portuguese who
voted then4 are not American eltiaeas
and therefore could not register.
Below is a complete statement ef the
Number of Registered Voters.
First district, and
Tliird district. Maui
O . J. I
ICohaln, "fona and
? 1 1 f t
Molokai iwxl La-
Fourth district, Island of Onh
1 44f. 5
2 911 G
3 323 7
Island of, Oahih
Sixth district, Kauai and Niiliau
f r t t t '
The desirable elements
Onhu .. r...... -... n,T(Vt
IVAUQl . . i . t?r
Totnl .. .. ,,.,,. ,..,ll4ili;
When you cannot sleep for coughing
It ls hardly necessary that any one
shpuld tell you that you need a few
dotes of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to allay the irritation of the throat and
make sleep possible. It Is good. Try
It For sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
general agents, Territoiy of Hawaii.
Good Air, "
And an increasingly attractive
dence district are combined in
MANOA -:- LOTS
We offer tvo veil located one at
TfiE .ILiXK OF IL1WA11.
Iccoxi&rated Under the Laws of tbe
P.epnblic of HavaiL
GFFICSR5 ANlJ DIRECTORS:
Charles ML Ccoke Preidaat
P. C. Joaes
C H. Cooke Caahier
F. C Athertca Aegl.ttant Cashier
Directors- Henry Wateraouse, Ton
May, F. '.V. Macfarlane, E. D. Tencey,
J. A. McCaadlcsa.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms.
Trc3ts. Individuals and will
promptly and carefully attend to all
business connected vrith banking
to It. Sell and purchase
Exchange. Issue Letters cf Credit,
Ordinary and Term Deposits rccelTcd
and Interest allowed in accordance
witb rales and conditions printed In
pasfcooks, copies of which may be had
Judd bnilding. Fort street-
GLAUS PRi'KELS. WM. C. IRWIN
Claus Bprsckels & Co.,
HO.N'OLLLt. - - - H.T.
San Francisco Agents The Nevala
National Bank of San Francisco.
SAX FEANCISCO lhe Si -. !
Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of
NEW YORK Ati rican Exchange
CHICAGO Merohnnte' National
PARIS Credit LyouuaiB.
BERLIN Dresdner Unak.
Hongkong and SI ':PgiRi Bankinir'
NEW ZEALAJ.D iM
Bank of New Zeahir.d.
Bank of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND ESCHANQE BU8INESS.
Deposits Beceived. Loans 5I;ide on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Exchange
Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PBOMPTLT ACCOUNTED
BISHOP & CO.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
Commercial and Travelers' Letters of
Credit issued, available in all the
Principal Cities of the World.
INTEREST allowed on lixed denoeitH:
SEVEN days uotice 2 per cent (This-
torni will not bear interest unless it
remains undisturbed for one month.)
Three Months 3 per cent, per
Six Months 3J per cent, per annum.
Twelve Months 4 per cent. nt
We are showing the Largest
e have -'ever handled at
prices that cannot be
as the present
Duty on these lines is
VELVET P!l, KINGS-WOOD,
DAG J)AC, and BODY
BRUSSELS in CENTER, SOFA and
DOOR MATS HALL and STAIR
CARPET in Tapistry, VEiVET
FILE and BODY BRUSSELS, hi
JAPANESE JUTE RUGS, STRAW HATS
2nd BATTING, LINOLEUM, OILCLOTH,
GOOQA FIBRE MATTINB, 084B
MATS always on hui it
HO. ! 0 TORT ST.
if AL ES
Lots on Fort SC ; J
Lots on King St. -Lots
on Beretanla St
Lets on Kinau St.
Lob; on Lunalilo St. " '
Lots on Wilder Ave.
Lots on Spencer St.
Lots on Prospect, St
Lots at Manoa.
Lots at Punahnu.
Lots iu McCulla tract
F 3 Mr & f V Ml l II ! .C-V
B s m ! EH!lm?
1 itli kJ Mn&rM&iiL&!&k
51 J FfF B? 1 V JS gj
arid Ionds miiy
A31 Island Stocks Bought and
Sold on Commission.
Crders promptly attended to.
acres laud Nuuanu Valloy,
Lots on the installment plan.
Houses and lots everywhere and
prices to suit-
house and lot on Inatallr
6-room house and lot, easy terms
house and lot on Install-
house and lot, terms to
I have bargains In houses and lota,
all sizes, shapes and prices, and will
take pleasure in showing any or all of
them. I have what you want If you
will let me know what It is.
A beautiful corner 200x200 feet situated
in the bet section of
Honolulu. Will exchange for sugar
stocks, Kihei, McBryde, "Waialua or
any other of the oH line of dividend
paying stocks. Thb is an excellent
chance to make an exchange to your
15 1- fliFjov :.rrr
fel 1 Kriarbr up. phone,
Ko3 on - .
E:M : $ '
NEW . HNS . OF
FULL ISSORTMENT S. &.
TLXXIS NETS .
PACIFIC CYCLE MFG. CO
Elder's Building, Fort St
UE HfllE IHP0F?TFC G1s for two years that follow us, proves
Auvu cuviiunwj. viu j4 tv r? tt.rtr kiv lursk.
AALL.r NICDHCDL.S CCD..
The Cheapest Place to Bay Furmturer
MATHEWS CHEAP FURNITURE
Bedroom Set?, from
Enameled Iron Beds
fc0 00 Safes, from
6 00 Cane Chuirs
. .. 12 00 I from
Baby Carriages, Babjr Chairs. Cribs, Rockers, etc.,
BOOK books and magazine euld at publishers' price's
or less. Books lent to read 5cts a. rnL (Ivor Hnf mi . ..i, -J
.OPTICAL to suit all afehte nmlnllPvfl, "
2o cents to 1.50. Opera ami Held glasses cheapest in town.
GR'E US A CiVLL, AND YOU WILL SAVE MONEY.
Lt. S. JVLflTHEWS St SOfi.
26 Bcrotania Street, between Fort and Nuuanu.
By tte Stealer Australia
We have received an extra choice assortment
Everything that the market affords
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Also Fancy Cream Cheese, Frozen Poultry and
Oysters and oui usual supply of (Truonhagen's
HENRY MAY &
SPECIAL SALE IN
KLNG STBEET, ABOTi: BErHEL rTIltEET.
15 to 25 cents a yard.
Has Removed its Offices and Showroom fo
THE WAJERH0USE STORE; THE MclNTYRE STORE
Bethel Street, Telephone 24 Cor. King and Fort Sts. Tel
The Hawaiian Electric 0o.5 Ltd.,
BARGAINS IN ELECTRiG FIXTURES.
On and alter August 9, all Electric Fixtures
and Shades now in stock will be sold at a GKEAT '
SACRIFICE to- make room for shipment to arrive J
per "Andrew Welch."
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