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,'Kll.nl.rly al-owt Hml Parker
, fUmwet Parker
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' ... thai he "- no com ou to
. ,( hi 01 cror.l. ht ly force.
tl Know t m not a politician said
Jt(f Init If y" nlM Arir k1"'1
tut r-Kiily.' Thin la Ilk,, a rld
' n parlor In forewarning you
ittwie f'"" him' "n'1 ,f you "houW'
- Jf,,u otrJ for hlm
' . .h.mi.l alii th. meaning of
,,,,,..,.1.1 r"- I" 'r?'0"-",.
, a fc'li... "Th K.'pui.llcaua an. I tho
,m hv '"m n' wl11 coma to
yi ih.t It th. y who iuv you
fran. Ii.". VMiat ItepuSllcans and
,r,i.' Tlr are trying to delude
ntui II tha Kepublloane an J Denv--tij
The lnii"tendnta ar. here
, ,u r,u that It l not no. It was tha
wMkrnif n. the lmocrts of tha
'...Li ,Im. n.l throuah It. W. Wll-
t TW thrte men for Washing
.prwe t'uvl.l. Kunnii'l Parker and
.1 .hi. What altt.ll we preprint to
atn Wilcox, who worked for our
Lt us b In unity and eend h'm
a Vkinilnn to wmrn our imaresca.
tM.iM Irt tia h In unity and vote
,-U t ll.ima Rul tuket. Today tha
x tart to I rarrlrd out with ft una;
tairamtKin I" lh ballot, which you
, hrt th Krpiibllrana and th Dm-
iH it lo tha flu ma."
n Kanlla aMrriKl tha audlnca in
follow: "If wa ota far tha
mn n. rmnrrnfa Wa will auf
n wa ilM In tha paat. They
W bury tha nativea at Kalmukl.
1 rot flvo rtolUra for a rorpaa to
in rut th-ro on alxrtrlc rara and
rinta for ona paaaancr. Tha
ftl mt.T at tha Maamaa rrmr--n
thry wilt and ua to Kalau
HVt Mi llva with tha lapara."
I i r-'n.lwrfnt 1wf It on tha happen
'f:h itaiw araaon. Ha aal.l that
"t uxrit up hy om of thaaa p-
.. ha t-rm-l In hla own lanirvttfa
Mrh matla thrnt fat "Today."
t, "w ara utarulln-j on an annul
nt tun tha rich. Tou haa tha bat
i m.ir poMa.aion. Tha Uapubllcatia
wtr haM to hrat ua. Why ara
miioim to ha ylrtorloiiaT IWauaa
tnnt to chow to tha L'nltad Statt-a
hmii. l tktnl that tha natlvta
ml lha ann-xatlon bill, which waa
myhr a fw Hawaiian."
vfti joint Chairman Markham Intro
- w;iro tha "Uon of tha r
tt wirot nrnaa aa fnllowa: "Tha
Rula pry a tha parry of tha poor
4rih- tHu.r ran look out for tha
ul not tha rlrh. Tha wealthy ean
". th nrr. rlnBa ct a poor men.
iil!knn tiat Bm fr-ata of
' apU tn ronr..-a and thouah I may
M my l,ve ri her thun any.
nUI-ULITLr. NOVEMBER t. r- - '
I S?M,,M,M,1,,,,,i,?aaaxwaawaaawMf-aMa ; ''
All Hetbltornai hrt -airk lllr,.r
ballot, on Novmbar aa
rroaae. ar fppoit- ha 1 -
rOR DELEOATB TO CONORES9.
Unaipirod Tarm. Uih Congreaa.
r AKKKR, SAMUEL.
WILCOX. It. W.
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
FuU Tarm. Kth Conjraaa.
wiiicux. a W.
Third Senatorial Dlatrlct
ror tha term beclnnln Nortmbtr . 1300.
ACT 1 1. W. C. (Kala Akl)
AULD, WILLIAM (Ulllma Olo)
BiriKANE, J. W.
I-.OID, R. N. (rapa, I'oe)
I1ROWN. CECIL, (Klkll Ilalaunu)
CAKTEU. GEORQK R. (Kaokl Knaka)
CARTER, JOSF.ril O. (Ko Kaaka)
CIlAnnF? CLAttKNCR 1 (Papal)
FERNANDEZ. ABRAHAM (Aberaha-
JOHN D., JR. (Kaonl II olo
P. R. (Paulo laenborr
(Ooatinnad from Fa L)
KAL'LIA. JAMES K.
LILIKALANI. RDWARp K.
fUA. SAMUEL K.
ROWE. E. C. (Lo)
Fourth District, Island of Oabu.
For tha tarm beginning- Noyember C. JSno.
ATLETT. R. W. (Olla Elaka)
I OOTII. CHARLES W. (Kala Keopu)
UU8H. JOHN E. (AUuna Dukl)
CAMARA, J. M. (Keo Kamara)
OILFILLAN, .. P.
IHXMlS, W. tt. (HI la II una)
KAILIMAI, W. H.
KALAUOKALANI. DAVID K.
KEIKL J. W. KEO LA
KUMALAE. JONAH (Ion Kumalae) X
i MACFARLANE. K. C. (Makapolena)
a'r-t tW(J dlfTerent arta tha re-
V,iri?"fc''J,,,r, P.',ll,l,".UnJ,: th- on:NAKOOKOO. JNO. K.
r""?.1 ln:r,,," of lh jqUINN. J. C. (Kimo Kulnl)
w th. i.lminl-tratlon In England.
wiin popi,, wrra jvalotia of him
A. O. M. (Alika Robl-
-ah?-'rif m" br"u'M' 1 i SPENCER. 8. WILLIAM (Ullama)
!. MfM.it In ma
1t A'A tt, . . .1 " 1 " 1
. pwpia rat rarker, that
n.t irt w. . Hmlth rom for.
"'Wf IH-I-Mf- to Tonarraa? p.r.
WISE. JOHN II. (Kaon! Walka)
Fifth District, Island of Oahu.
For tha tarm beclnnlna; NoTmbr 1300.
II Ho tha AaK .K.. . w
' i a Kali .-... .
I e)in iv, " Tovrw.
..... "'"" ana oerauaa I will do
Vh.l l!1,? ,nr ,h Pl- " pro
wk. Tha Adrertlaar la
K-n,-., "n, 'I la uain llheloua
in nn ma ii... - i . .
..... ri www in i in. . i . . . , - ...... m. v .a.
LROWN, FRANK (Palanlka Balaunu)
j . .
hh J " w" c,,m" to ma and aak
. """ ha Trlnra ha i.V.n .
man who orer-
i . . hi i ,
ta t . ",rn remin
i,m.. J'.'.r ,p-r. arnd him hack i
EM ME LIT H, JOHN (Emaluka)
HITCHCOCK. If. R. (Htklkokl)
"r Coll,rn. th.
' ,1V mr,n"rr l
.. .i. n 1 Waahlnrton
'i Wkl rf to hara tha ron-
"l.a-j ... W.mi"'.li'"t. and to dla-
t ih am iemorrs.ta here
" TW L ln ,n" United
t .7 "'y annimed tha
-ij... "morrata w.r. i ,-i I
nK n,i'!,Ih" whoV ,r,"f would be; i Kin trtcntr j
'".r.M.".1"'" h- llepi.Mlr.na. KALLUKOU, J
' ,'u1 linw Weak Hawaii.
nrra th-lr Intent
re. we h.ive theae mm
""w"." mU'U t,r''' r"
vllT?"" '! meal at r.raw.r-a
DAMON, SAMUEL M. (Kama ittlm.
IfARVET, FRANK It. (Palaklko Have);
HOLT. n. WILLIAM alama IIolo)
JOHNSON, ENOCH (Enoka)
LANE. JOHN C. (Keonl Ina)
MAHOE, 8. K.
MAKAINAI. JESSE T.
MARKHAM. GEO. (Keokl Makamu)
MrCA.DLES3, I I (Llnlkon. Ellwal)
Awiaa,. ..... .
It! ' ""ft". MtKALEMI. EDWARD Ik
VntfrtiS :;MOSBMAN, II. J. (Moklman.)
ftg- m Sfoi T.il I MOMAN,WM..JR..(Mok,mnaOp.)
I rut.,i.I,,,n N-tur' war to pa Eli:. JAMES K.
I-OEI-OE. J. MOKUOHAI
ITT a f. . .
H from : own rnJr. eom-
av. rnm Oatarlala ...v..I .. .
Ki iJL' ratory: naa4l-
ilaVal nKlfkapo Ia4I,La
V. n H!or.e,,nturtw fof
vntft: aaiong acts ajro.
, ror tia Klckajoo Iadlaa
( 0,,t araln.t
X.'H a,a . .v
rr n a baU f
acta Ja.t i ,. vvnvnfiAHT. JOHN K. (Kapam.
i . a a a av-" " f
EAST WHEN TOLI KNOW HOW.
fa.. wraa 4!fffflnff ft dlteb 111 tht
atraVt in front of hla houa for tha puc
poa f maklna; a connection with tha
aewtr. II had a. larst pit oi oir
thrown up In tho rodwy. and ho waa
rapidly incra.lna; It whon atoppanl by
Tbt aro ra doln thra, c.soy?"
TJon't yar aao Ol'm dlftln'r
mo yaa a permit tor UOckado tho
sthrato with that pile or ainr
"Ot hor noL-
"Thln don't rta know that yea hoT no
rlht to put thol dirt theref"
-Phat will Ol do with It then?" In-
nnirait the mailed Casey.
-oh. ll.t dla another htle an fro' It
In." anawered the man of the braaa but
aa h aaantcred .lowly away
rwlnVlnc hla club.
aeem. to me that the Democratic party
ha. .Inc. '82 been more disposed to do
what la rlbt for the Queen than the
1 1 publican party. That la the reaaon
hy I am a Democrat. .You all know
trial It wu under President Harrison
tknt the first treaty to annex Hawaii
aa passed upon. You all know that
v-Iien Cleveland became President of
the United State., the first official move
President and leader of the Demo-
tiatie party wa. to withdraw the I
treaty of annexation from the Senate
and .end a Commissioner out here to
look Into affair.. You allknow that
Commissioner Blount within a week
after he had arrived here pulled down
tl.e flag- of the United State, and that
your fla waa again raised. '
"DuHne; the four year, of Grover
Cleveland's administration the people
who had taken possession of the coun
try were unable to do anything:. Cleve
land ln my mind I. to-day the greatest
man In the Democratic party. I .till
believe the Democratic party I. pledgVnl
ta do what la right for Hawaii. ' I do
believe, the Democrata will always do
nr-at la fair by you. I will not aay that
they will restore the Queen and your
"I am advised that-the Republicans
of Hawaii have set about In every way
lo obtain your. votes. I dj not know,
because I am not among you. But I
um told they have unlimited money
and they are making many promises
to you. Now, there .. not a man, wom
an or child that doe. not know the old
story of Jacob and Kaau. You know
how Jacob obtained the birthright o(
Leau by deception. I think the r.s
publicans are like Jacob. How did he
got hla. blessing? He put on goat sklnj
md w-nt t3 hi. father, ami thefather
paid this la like the akin of K.tau. but
th voice Is that of Jacob, A party
tlmt will try to riwHve you, a party
that will deprive you of your suffrages
with gin. la not a party to be trusted.
You are all men irrown, you are. edu-
rnted: you all have been taught what
la right. Now I want you to do what
is right. Of course. In an election
try one tries to get up something to
ttract the people and get their vctes.
The Democratic party took the white
iliton. It was the legitimate thing to
o, Because t'rince ravii is at me nean
of the Democratic ticket. What did
ur Republican friends do with their
!bbon? They took the voice of Keau-
kooulL Now, 'If the life of the land
la preserve 1 In righteousness, I want
to ask you how righteousness has been
maintained for th last seven years.
ou were taxed but you did not have
MACFAKLANU HOT AGAIN.
H. C. Mucfarlane followed Mr. Car-
it and spoke as follows: "While I
urn personally a stranger to you. i
nevertheless feel I am not unknown,
having been born here. I come to you
night as a kamaaina because I think
my past record entDte. me to be heard
nd I think that rry word will have
some weight with you. I was tha first
r.e to sound the pian of these people
In the Legislature of 1832. Subsequent
ly ministers of the Queen who were
greedy of place and power, led your
Queen to tho brink of a precipice and
Wt her In the hand of others.
'This wis the opportunl:y of these
eople. nnd this allowed them to AC
COMPLISH THEIR HELLISH
'HI ME. It waa the Republican party
that waa the bottom of this mia-
htvf. and it was the Republican party
th&t deprived you of your Queen.
ountry and flag, leaving you an out
On the other hand, what has the
Democratic party done for Hawaii? I
nni a Democrat because the uemo-
ratlc party Is th best friend of the
lawallana. Mr. Carter his told you
that It was a Republican president
,vho brought In the first treaty of an-
i-xation. but It was a Democratic
president who took It out. and It was
lie maJo.lt- who fought against It.
HINTS AT COERCION.
"Mr. Carter has told you that It was
i Ilajpubllcan official who took down
the flag, but do you not remember that
it was a Democratic representative.
Itlrunt, whi put It up, bringing tears
of Joy to your eyes? I think those are
argument, which will Induce the Ha
waiian, to support the Democratic par
Mr. Mac f aria ne then stated he had
received a letter from a friend In the
States In which It was stated that he
(the friend) did not esteem Hawaii
highly If the .election could be bought
here with money which had been sent
here, and money which had also been
I tell yet. he continued, "every
time I see Anybody wearing the yellow
ribbon It make, me feel It should not
bo used In this way. I do not think
any eeir-rpectlng Hawaiian wouia
v.tar them. I cannot understand how
some of these people who are working
ci.uld wear th-m. I think THERE IH
WHIR COERCION AT THE BOTTOM
OF IT. If It Is so. wear those ribbons.
but b- careful how you are going to
vote on Tuesday next,
He wenf on to say that Kooert u-
cox, iioDert foyd ana ueorge Mara
harn, of the Independents, came to him
with a pledge hich he wouM not sign.
They also came to me with a money
-onsldtratlon which I scornfully re
Jetted. I do not think you approve
f their action." said Slacf arlane.
Macfarlane then complimented S. K.
Pua for hi capabilities, an! also said
that ITcndergaat and Kanua were both
rood men to have on the Democratic
ticket. "It Is an unfortunate circum
stance." he said, "to have them mixed
up with Wilcox. Boyd anj Markham.
"This Legislature la very important.
oecause It Is the nrst legislature m
t.hape the destinies of Hawaii. It
v. oulj be a grievous mistake to send
Wilcox to Washington. If Wilcox
wants to serve you he had better stay
here. I think he Js attracted hy the
J5.000 salary.- Both Carter and myself
went to him to have him run here on
the legislative ticket, but he wanted
to go to Washington." -
BUSH AND DAVID.
John E. Bu'-h followed. He said:
V have received the Territorial act
from the United States. The Constitu
tion of that country Instruct, you to
cte for a dtlegate. Senators and Rep
resentatives. Wilcox claim, that ne
gave you thl. franchise. While tie
matter wa. being considered wucox
was at Seattle, and while there he pub
lished the frtory of hi. eona and wire
bring rcyik He did thl. simply to
r-ave his way for the crown lands
rill ma. When Wilcox wa. on Maui he
stayed with Kalua. and at a meetinej
he said that It wa. tne itepuDiican
narty who gare you the franchise."
Bush th?n went on to reiterate what
Macfartane had said of Republican
money being sent here from the Main
land to carry on. the election. While
Hash waa complimenting Prince David,
t latter appeareo. navmg just arnv
ed from over the rail. Every one
present rose and gave him three rous
ing cheers. :
Bush then concluded Ms speech
r Owing to large shipments due here by next steamer we are com
pelled to make room in all departments; therefore, we are offering
for the coming week great attractions.
SPECIAL PRICES All our Crash suit
able for dress skirts, on sale at 12o
and LSc; regular 20c values.
COVERT CLOIHS, SC-lnch, la all
shades; heavy quality; an sale at
ONE CASE, 60 pieces, fancy LAWNS,
desirable patterns, fast colors; reg
ular lOo values
S CENTS NEXT WEEK.
WASH MATERIALS. 20c, Uc, Uc
values, next week, your choice at
10c per yard.
go at SOc
GREAT ATTRACTIONS In Ladle.'.
MLsaea and Children'. Muslin Un
derwear. FTTH HUNDRED ROLLS FANCY
MATTING, In lota to mult, at $7.S0
TOWELS! TOWELS!! Just received
from the loom, three cases Turkish
Towels, in all grade, and mlxf. bet
ter value, were nexer offered be
fore. CO doxen Turkish Towels, JLW
per doxen; h doxen Turkish Towels.
U per doxen;. CO doxen Turkish
Towel.tl per doxen. worth I3.7.C; all
our t per doxen Towel., extra large
and heavy, $4 and $4.M per dosen.
BEDSPREADS SPECIAL One case. M
N Spread.; an unusually good quality.
fuU size, at 86c
FLANNETTES In thl. department we
are showing a complete new stock;
over 250 pieces to select patterns,
are placed on sals for next week
CO pieces at 10o per yard.
JUST ' OPENED Oas 'ease Pomade
" Vaseline, large slsed bottles, 16c
special; second else bottle, Co spe
cial. . ,
Pacific Import Company, Ltd.
dealing mainly with Prince David and
Prince David was Introduced and
rame before the audience amid loud
cheers. II said: ."Brothers, Sisters
and Mothers It Is a pleasure to see
ih.s gathering here to consider what la
to lie done In a few days. While you
i. re listening to tho talks of our party
there is only one thing to consider
after you have heard us. nnd that Is
to be ln unity. That will lead us to
victory. As for the Republican party.
you know what It has done. NO ONE
CAN SAY THAT THE DEMOCRATS
HAVE DONE ANYTHING WRONG.
Our doer is open to all. We will not
urge you to come and Join tis. but If
you think It Is the right thing, we
would be' glud to welcome you. llefore
there was only two parties, the Repub
lican and the Aloha Alna. Now there
are three the Republican. . Democratic
and Home Utile. The Aloha Alna Is
rpllt some have Joined the Home Rule
party and ome the Democratic party
or, ii wa De in unity men we can
pain the victory over the enemy.'-
After listening to the music by the
Kawaiahao Quintet Club and a short
address by Thomas Clark, the Prince
begged to be exceused In order to at
tend the meeting at Wailcikl and the
TAUy was brought to a close.
VCSSEXS IX PORT
ARMY AND NAVY.
Tug Iroquois, Pond., Midway
an. Aatrnat a
U. 8. A. T. Conemaugh. Roberts, San
Francisco. October 29; mules and horse,
fTfce list dot, not inntud taaitat
A Idea Beawa. Am. bku. Potter, aa Frwa-
clsco, October 12.
Boasuet. Lortone, Nantes, Fraaoe, lit
day. out, October If (outelde).
Chaa. Fi, Moody, Hansen, Tacoma, Octo
Ceylon. Am. bk., Weller. Layaan Island.
C. F. Sargent. Am. sp., Oammone, Taco
ma, October 27. .
Dominion. Br. tk.. Rodd. Newcastle, Oc
nnterpiiae. Am. achr San Franrfeoo
An gnat M.
rdward May, Am. bk., Hansen. San
Francisco. October M.
Emily F. Whitney. Am. ap., Brlgman.
flan Francisco, October 23. ,
Golden Shore. Am. schr., Rasmussen.
Newcastle, October 27.
Gardiner City, Am. bktn
Francisco, October 29.
C-orge Curtis, Am. sp..
Francisco, October 80.
Helen Brewer, Am. sp..
York. October 2L.
Helena, Am. schr.. Christiansen.
Francisco, October 22
If. D. Bendlxen. Am. schr.. Olaen. Port
Blakeley. October 22.
Kllkltat. Am. bk.. Cutler, Port Ludlow,
Kennebec, Am. ap.. W. F. Lewis. Newcaa
tie. October 21.
Mohican. Am. bk., Kelly. San Francisco,
Martha Da via. Am. bk.. McAlman, flllo.
ii.t-ert Lewers, Am. sohr.. Underwood.
' Port Ludlow. October X.
abastlaa Baas, Br. sk WagasakV. Fob-
tar of Rassta, Am. sp.. Mortensara. New.
eaatle. October 2.
a O. Wilder. Am. t.ktn.. Jackson, Baa
FTanclsco. October 27.
S. N. Castle. Am. bktn., B. O. Nelson.
San Francisco, October .
Judge Wilcox Lets Offenders
go on Account of the
Yesterday in the Police Court
Schofeld. Makl, George Vyemara, A.
I .u beck and F. Correa were charged with
lelng a common nuisance In that they did
rido their blcyclea upon a sidewalk.
Defendants pleadtd guilty and urged the
lad state of the roads in extenuation.
Jfudge Wilcox delivered a second series of
s'Cewalk homilies and reprimanded and
discharged the offenders.
Yoklyama waa sentenced to six months
on tho reef for enticing two Japanese
women to live at hla resort at Palama.
During the paat few months a vigorous
eflort has been made to put a stop to the
Immoral traffic In Japanese women, but
l-.efetof ore most of the cases have fallen
through on account of lack of direct evl
Ccice. Yesterday two of Yokiyatn&'a vic
t:ma told on the witness atand the story
cf how defendant brought them to Hono
lulu and his subsequent treatment of
The women came to Hawaii as contract
laborers, staying first on. a Maul planta
tion. Then loklyama persuaded them to
rcvompa jy him to Honolulu, ostensibly ln
tlie cracity of cooks.
:n a short time defendant forced the
s'tia to live at his resort and to turn over
in bim their earnings.
Yoklyama made no defence and his at
torney, F. M: Brooks, moved for a dls
r Vbsal on tha ground of lack of evidence.
1 he motion was denied and Judge Wilcox
cealt with the defendant aa stated above.
The case, which Is a test one, will be
appealed on legal grounds.
Oiher cases disposed of were: Pasquale,
i.rofanlty. discharged; Klllona. assault
and battery on Kaliko Klkoo, $S and
coats; Ah Man. opium In 'possession, $50
nd costs; Iokepa,' Joe Alapai, drunken
ness, S3 and costs.
Have the reputation of making
The Best Bread
IN THE CITY.
Its your turn to come
and join in and have
Our Wagon Dolivor
to You Daily.
King us up and leave your.
rOKB 677 ilPPBI POsTT BY
New Machine with modern appliances
used. Telephone 477.
CHARLES B ELLIN A. Manager.
lie Ml dtt Co:
, Walton, San
Tote tin Bepitta Ticket Stnl.U-
Vote tha Republican Tklct Staffi t
Vote the Sbafeftt Rcpubncan Ticket.
Vols tha Straight Bapublican Ticket
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