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RVENTNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II , SATURDAY. OCT. 27, 1906.
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FOR WHICH THE DEM0CRAT8 ARE RESPONSIBLE
OCTOBER 27, 1906.
Democratic Meeting Tonight
Konl'a Quintet Club, Madam Alapal
A Catchy 1NW Campaign Bong
Mr. Edmund B. McCltnohan will apeak:
Other Entertaining Talkers
FREE SEATS PURE WAFER . EVERYBODY INVITED
Ladles especially welcome. 7i30 o'clock
THE MAN OF THE HOUR
In every ilepartmcnt of life, It la the mart who has a definite purposo anil
who sticks to II, who In iho slronK mnn, the famous man, the man that others
nro apt to hcllevo and obey. He must, first of all, ucllovo In hlmclf If he
would Inspire othern to believe In him.
In Ihe world we can distinguish two well-defined clnsscs of men-men
of energy and action and men of genius and contemplation. Tho man who
hag n happy l,londlnR of these two qualities possesses tho martial virtues that
command success. Thcro are plenty of pcoplo who upend so much energy
In hluft and blunter that they cannot rnlso a pound of pressure for honest
effort. These arc tho fcllowa with tho 10 horsepower whittle anil tho 1-horse-power
boiler. Of the men who tmvo conferred benefit on society, and havo
commanded Iho admiration nnd confldcnco of their fellows, tho greater
number nro thoso who havo by energetic and well-directed efforts, at a period
when tho brain was ready for tho task, acquired knowleilgo and displayed
abilities which raised them Into emlncnco in tho different walks of life.
This community hnH, lime out of mind with most of us, enjoyed lis
sliaro of able men-men who wcro much abovo Iho piano of mediocrity In
heir various pursuits and callings. their selection of a man to represent
Ihe tremendous- Interests of tho Tcrrllory In tho halls of tho National Gov
crnmont. therefore, thcro Is no excuse for the failure of tho peoplo to cast
about for a man who In his make-up Is eminently fitted for this vitally
Important office. In tho qualities of plain, common sense, a fixedness of pur
poso. nn Indomitable persc ernnco, and n noblo nnturc. no cltlicn In this
community can exccll the man whose name heads and honors tho Democratic
party ticket In tho capacity of candidate- for Delegate to Congress Mr
Kdmund II. McClunahan.
TO THE BEA8TLY ALL THINGS ARE BEA8TLY
When parlies or papers otherwise rcspectnble sink to tho level of sub
stunting abuse for argument In nny kind or controversy, It betokens a weal:
case on the -very face of It. and Indicates (o all right-thinking pcoplo that
very probably tho abuser Is playing a losing game, and Is simply shouting
In his natural vernacular to keep his courage up nnd to fool tho beholders.
The machine "organ" flares In tho faco of decent pcoplo In big headlines the
declaration that "Denounce Is All That Democrats Can DoTher Campaign
One of Lies, Villlfleatlon and Slander," and then quotes Mr. Cathcart, Ucpub
llcan candldato for County Attorney, as saying In a speech, "Their cam
palgn Is ono of slander nnd villlfleatlon. They expect lo win only by lies,
by slander, by misrepresentation." Now, really, gentlemen. If you'll show
us a Blnslo fair report of a Democratic meeting on which tho abovoquotcd
Hullctln heading will fit half as appropriately as It will set above tho quoted
Hpccch of Mr. Cathcart. we'll go off and tako n drink of plain soda at our
own expense. Itcally, tho matter Is getting serious. When gentlemen (and
thcro are gentlemen on both sides) como to bo Bpokcn or In such abuslvo
terms It Is time to stop and consider. A phonograph could bo "loaded" to do
nounco the other fellows as "liars" and "slanderers" and all such, and much
ncnous energy saved the candidates who are now wasting breath In, such
meaningless vnporlngs. If jou have no arguments to offer, no sensible pleas
to present, then for goodness sake stay at homo and Bend a "loaded" phono
graph In talk for )ou.
THE REVEREND STEPHEN TO THE RESCUE
Just think of It! The "beer, boozo and buncombe" crowd hao had tho
nudaclty to tolcgrnph to a distant Island for a minister of tho gospel or
purity and loo to como nnd help bolster up their falling cause. Will Mr.
Dosha do It? Will he so far forget his calling and his preaching, his precepts
nnd his examples, and his honorablo past, as to Join In a campaign for the
perpetuation of lawlessness, for the triumph of wrong over right, nnd for
the defeat or clean and honest men by tho outspoken advocates or vice
and degradation? Will he lend hlmselr to a campaign qr "beer." "hooio,"
"buncombe," "lies," "slander," "villlfleatlon." and "misrepresentation"? Will
he turn hU hack thus on his fcllow-minlsters of tho Gospel and tho good and
true pcoplo who havo been his lire-long rrlonds and backers, and throw hU
aid to their worst encmlct? Stephen I Desha has behind him a clean nnd
honorablo record. Tho present holds him In high esteem. And wo bellevo
that IiIh sense or right will hnvo him now rrom marring a promising futuro
by nn unholy alliance with Iho powers or unrighteousness.
WHATS THE MATTER WITH HARRY MURRAY?
Why all this huo and cry about Harry Murray? whnfs the matter with
him. an how? Ir ho not Blmply tho natural product or tho processes that
have been working In the Hepubllean party in Hawaii Blnco Its organization?
You can't expect broad statesmanship nnd good generalship to grow and
Ihrho In hotbcdB or partisan machine politics. It would bo as reasonable lo
expect to grow a crop or lilies or the valley In boII saturated with beer and
booze Let Harry alone. Ho wns put In to do tho work ho Is doing, and
ho'H doubtless doing l to tho satisfaction or his bosses.
NOT EVEN A "CLEVER" TRICK
Tho cfTort to connect laukea and Jnrrett with n low-saloon campaign will
die n-bornlng. notwithstanding tint strenuous efforts of tho Kvcnliig "Copy
Calf to bolster up Us charge In that direction with manufactured pictures.
If u Ilepubllrnn dlvo-kecpcr. under tho patronage, protection and promise of
pay of tho Hepubllean machine, Hashes tho pictures or a row clean candi
dates on his screen, without thu knowledge or consent or such candidates,
wiiai noes it signiry7 Nothing moio nor lesa than that the machine mana
gers are getting desperate and clutching at straws.
BOB LEVI VOWS A VOW
One ot tho Interesting characters about town Is Hob Levi, tho veteran
hack-driver. Hob don't llko Arthur llrown. And so Btiong Is his antipathy
to thu County Sheriff, that ho has owed nevor again to peole Into tho Inebri
ating howl until a Democrat Is elected tn occupy tho muster's seat In tho
pollc-o station, And Dob's friends nro nlarmcd. They are working night and
day lor laukea, roaring that Iliown's to election might result In thu curly
deceaso of thu oluble Hob, from thirst.
THE BCC FAMILY IS OROWINO
According In tho Morning Advertiser Iho live family now couiUU of
"llrown, lleer, llullclln, Homo and IIiiihoiiiIiu".
Heller Imwiiru. hrnlhur llnmn'a heui and Iiiiikii and Iho lliilliitln'u bun
combo mid hluiiioy uio but hulls In Iminlmolo bud boys iiml bring bulluls,
Own Record In
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Oct. 27, 1906
A Dig, Booming, Ulood-stlrrlng nnd
Dcerlcss meeting wan held last night
by tho Itcpubllcans at tho comer of
King street and Kamchnmcha the
Fourth road. The voters of tho district
were present In great numbers, and
many women came with tho crowd, car
rying their children, Tho speakers
Freely Flailed tho Federation False
hoods, tho nudlcnce energetically elnc
Ing eager enthusiasm.
Ucnnlo Zabtan acted nn chairman m
his usual Inimitable style. The music
was good, and the special campaign
songs for the arloun candidates did
much towards warming up tho crowd
Iho enthusiasm of the crowd brought
forth the best efforts of the speakers
A. V. Clear went after' the Civic I'cd.
crntlon. He said that over ZOO volica
hal selected him to run for Supervisor
In the Republican convention. After
that the Civic Federation, three men,
had set themselves ngulnsl him. Ha
trusted that the people would show
which endorsement counted Ills re
marks wcro Interpreted by W. II. Craw
ford. Iclclwl said tho Hepubllean candi
dates were llko unto "gummy bread
fruit," and therefore the pcoplo should
ote for them. While, tho connection
to the untutored mind may bo clear ns Latest sugar quotation, 4 eenta, or
mini, ii was consincrcu a very uno oon eo. a ton,
iiiui 111 jiiiwuiinu.
Henry Vlda was received with storm
ing cheers. Ilcnddrcsncit those present
as his brothers nnd sisters, playing the
sort tremolo nboul tho Borrows and
Joys they had shared together. The
Civic Feds and Thurston hnd abused
him and llrown in every way, and had
placed them on their blacklist. Vlda
said ho did not want to receive his
election from a lot ot hypocrites like
KAMI OF STOCC
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Hawaiian AtrlailM'J Co
Hawaiian Sat' Co
Honoa. Sue. Co
Honoku Suty Co
Halru Str Co-.-
Kihuka Plantation Co
Kllwl Plantation Co LM
Klpitnlu Silfll Co ...
Koloo Sugar Co . .i
McRrydo Sugar Co
Oalro Siiii Co,
Onotatt Suear Co.,...,
Ookaia Sun Plant Co
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Paaunau Sugar Piaatco
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Pala PUnutlM Co ,
PpMko Stiitr Co ,
PloftMff Mm Co
waniMu sugar to ....
Wtiluni Suiir Co Set
Witmanalo succar Go-
Wahna Mill Co
taUr-ltlan4 Staaa N Co
Hawaiian tlKltlc Co -HonRTftLCoPM....
Mutual Talaphon Co
Oabu R a L Co
Hllo Railroad Co
Hon. B. M. Co
Haw- 1 crr I 4 p c
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HawTtr H pc
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Haw (ov iar- -
Cal Dl. Su. ft Rat Co.
6 pc. ,
Halko Surar Co p c
Maw com m sua; co $ pi
Hlto R ft Co Con 6 pc.
Hon R T k L Co p c.
KaSukv Planl Co p c
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Oaha Sugar Co6 pc .
Pala Planl Co ,
Pionttr Mill Co I e c .
Walalua Acric Co s '
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Paid Ur .
ooa,onr I r
4, oo etc
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 10 1-2(1
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BONO BROKERS.
Members Hon, Stock and Bond Ex-
incso, out wanted it from tils menus iju FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
the worklngmcn. The voters did not LOANS NEGOTIATED.
T FOR HOME USE S
T . TRY -V
It makes a delightful treat
for evening callers. j
A watch that won't keep correct time is worse
than no watch at all. To the busy n:an of to-day a
reliable timepiece ii inobt essentia!.
Our watches are perfect timekeepers.
M. Ro Counter, Fort St.
want candidates who wcro led with a
ring In their nose, by tho Feds. Thu
speaker did not believe in going Into
personalities or a man's family trouulcH,
but U ho chose to do so, he could till
audience, much about both U A. Thurs
ton and V. 0. Smith. Smith evidently
torgot the time that ho was given u
thirty days sentence, and the only
thing which saved him fiom going to
jail was Governor Uolo's pardon.
Vlda had nothing against Intikea hut
ho had received tho endorsement of
tho Civic Feds. Tho Feds had gotten
Llm to run, they paid for his campaign,
and they controlled him, Tho govern
ment had been taken from tho hands
of Thurston and given to tho pcoplu
Therefore he was tore.
W 0. Smith spoke In Hawaiian of
tho divisions of tho government, In the I
executive, Judlclnry and legislative
branches and explained the duties and
rature of each.
Joe Kalana said ingenuously that he
did not approvo of the selection made
by the Civic Feds, as ha was not ono of
those, who wcro endorsed. Tho Feds
were backing the Democrats. Several
of tho candidates on the Democratic
ticket had been placed there on the so
licitation or tho Civ Ics. Kuhlo had been
nominated nt Walluku In splto or plot,
to down him. This showed that ho
was. In truth, tho cholco ot the people,
and he should he supported, as well as
tho rest ot tho Hepubllean ticket.
A. M. Hrown was greeted with loud
and enthusiastic cheers. "I want to
call our uttcntlon to tho tact that as
election day gums ncaier, the tight
against the Republican ticket will grow
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If anyone anywhere WANTS It, a
Bulletin Want Ad. will tell Itl
Make up a party tor Wnllelc.
Auto tor hire at Ter. Siablet.
Your grocer sells Pol Breakfast Food.
The Kxpert Dentist Is back from tha
Best cup of coffee In the city. Ni
Sec those handsome fall suitings at
V. W. Ahana & Coo.
Applo Blossom salmon and Llpton's
'cas nt C. J. Day & Co.
Tho Ventura, due trom San Francis
co next Wednesday, will bo late.
A. N. Sanford, optician, Boston
building, Fort St., over May & Co.
After roller skating go to tho Cob.
web Cafe nnd Bar tor refreshments.
The Board of Kducatlon holds Its
regular meeting at 3:30 Monday after
voon. 'the Norwegian steamer Slldra U
loading coal at Newcastle for Hono
lulu. Queen street Skating Rink will open
Saturday evening, November 3. Band
Benson, Smith & Co. will hnvo n
large assortment of brushes on tho En
terprise. ir your sewing machlno needs repair
ing, ring up J. M. Davis, the expert.
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 1243
You want tho oldest and purest wills
ley. don't you? Then ask tor Old Jas.
B. Pepper whiskey.
The British steamer Ioch Game Is
loading nitrates nt South American
ports for Honolulu.
Dr. Sanrord, tho optician, hns ad
ded a dollar to the fund to assist In the
return of the band boys.
Tho rsiobn Clothing Co. Is showing
nomc stylish men's Bulls. They nro
priced from $8.50 up to $22.50.
Killers' stocks ot sheets, blankets,
spreads, etc.. aro In first class ahapa
now for the heavy Fall buylug.
Thcro Is a world of satisfaction In
wearing perfect fitting clothes. That
Is tho kind )ou gel from tho Knsh Co.
President Roosevelt believes In sim
plified. Kmoko tho Rough Rider cigar
and prnctlco simplified smoke saving.
Do jou wunt anything on wheels?
You can get It made Just as you want
It nt tho Hawaiian Carriage Company.
The llolllstor Drug Co.'s storo on
Fort street glcs evidence or civic
pride. 11 has Just been tastily repaint
td. Do you know what Is the "homo of
good things?" It is tho Palm on Hotel
street. You can get anything good to
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Uergln. Accommodations, supplies
nnd attendanco absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Lilly's celebrated poultry supplies are
the best In tho market. If your grocer
cannot supply )ou, order from Theo. II.
Davlcs &Co., wholesale agents.
When the weather Ii hot "Arabic"
will cool your Iron roof, Whcm tat
weather Is wet "Arabic" will prevent
rust California Feed Co.. ogtnU.
See our Porto Rlcan Panama bats.
Something newt Blocked to order.
Priced from $5 up. Expert Hat Clean
ers, 1127 Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
Remember a delicious dinner at the
popular price of one dollar ii served
every evening on tho great seml-clr-
cular lanal ot the Seaside Hotel. Best
value for the money and coolest place
In town to dine.
Miss Power's lo-iutlfiil millinery Is
attracting the ladles. .1 r!--nnt. ex
cluslvo and rcasonablo In pi leu .u.
lors, Boston building. Fort street.
more and more bitter," ho said, "aud I
jsk for your support In tho unfair
light, which Is being mado against cer
tain candidates on tho Republican
ticket, ot whom I am one. It seems that
torao or my enemies, not content with
only righting me, nrc trying to create
discord In tho ranks ot the party. I
tell you ir anyono lias to lose on the
Republican ticket. I want to be that
une. The fight that Is being mado
against us Is most unfair, and the un
fairest are the Civic Feds. The argu
ments, which are being put up by the
Democrats, arc those which axe being
put Into their mouths by the Civic
Feds, through the mouthpiece ot Thurs
ton, tho Advertiser. laukea Is not as
much a Democratic candidate as a Civic
"Do you think that laukea will carry
out the laws better than I do? They
say that I allow tho women to go Into
the saloons. When the law forbade
that, Brown prevented tbo women from
going there. Now they are allowed to
do so by tho law, which Goiernor Car
ter gave his approval to Now, do you
think It is fair for tho Democrats, the
Civic Federation nnd lastly tho Anti
Saloon League to blamo mo tor this."
llrown ended with an appeal in favor
of Kuhlo and the rest of tho Republi
can ticket. His enemies wcro trying tr
I muko out that ha was working against
tho Republican candidates for Super
visor. It was plain that ho wanted only
Republicans on the Board, aud tho
chargo was false.
E Children s Pumps I
The Ncawont and Smartoat' Sunday -
Dancing or Party Sllppwr specially ZSm
ordered an MUffKoatecl by Mrs, Qunn g
am the latest and proper dancing -g
slipper. ' vj
$ Prices, $2, $2,50, $33
" Dntonf Wirt nnH Willi,. CTn.,n-
g Mclnerny Shoe Store tt3
8 FORT STREET 3
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Patant Kid and White Canvas.
Now on Exhibition
Gas is an excellent fuel,
and a bright illumi
nant. There is economy
in it for either purpose.
Have you noticed bright
lights in the store windows?
They are gas burners.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
J I A TRA'P HAS A NEW LINE 0F
, LAJNUU Collegian Clothes
Hotel Street Store
AND THE DCPOT FOR BOSS OP
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in French Mixed; Floral Serin.; A-
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Bon Bona, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
College Girls, Assorted Nut., Nug
tint., Mrhmallow, Caramels, Gum
drop., Ice Cream Drops.
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