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The Army Ana iavy journal,
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the leading military paper of tin-.
"United States, had, shortly after
the recent election, the following
interesting observations-in regard to
the results: .
The national election held Nov. 7
has had a result which threatens
complications in the nature of those
which distracted the country for so
many months previous .to the in
auguration f President Hayes,
March 1, 1S77. The returns as we
go to press give President Wilson a
slight niajoiity of electoral votes,
but there is so much questioning of
the result by his opponents that
there is likely to be delay in secur
ing a final determination to the
satisfaction of ' the entire country.
The Democrats are reported to have
a majority in the Senate and a
plurality in the House of Represen
tatives, but this is so small that the
handful of men who train with no
party and are subject to no party
discipline arc likely to hold the
balance of power, at least so far as
cranky opposition goes. The count
f rui"plvs 'nt indications stands:
Democrats, 217; Republicans, 214;
Progressives, 2; Independent, 1;
Socialist, 1. This may be changed
by the final determination in doubt
ful districts, but the situation as it
is at present is not one pleasant to
contemplate. It is best for the coun
try, it is best for the Services, that
one party or the other should have
complete control of the machinery
It would appear from the returns
of the National election held on
Tuesday, Nov. 7, that the pacifists
were by no means an important fac
tor in American politics. The in-!
.dications are that they had little!
nilucnee in determining the results (
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is a Beautiful Practice of the Yule-tide , Handed Down from the Christian
Centuries. The Success of Christmas Gift-Giving, However, Depends in a
Large Measure upon the Gift itself. It should be Seasonable and should be .
Appropriate to the Person upon whom it is to be Bestowed. Makaweli
Store has the Largest Christmas Stock in its History, and the most varied
Assortment Something for every Purse and every Person.
Inspection of oim Christmas Display is
Weekly Market Letter
Kpt's are still advancing in price,
and by Thanksgiving Day may be
80 a dozen, wholesale. The do
niand for poultry for Thanksgiving
nromises to be trood. Very few
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Maml turkeys have-been reported,
and it looks as though Muscovy
lucks and chickens will have to be
The first shipment of roscllc is
now on the market at Sf lb whole-
ale. This fruit would meet with a
ready sale if the public was better
aexjuainted with it, It makts one
of the best jams and jellies, and is
largely used for a substitute for
Pineapples have been very scarce
during the past week, but are be
ginning to come in better now.
The price of feed has again ad
vanced, in some cases as much as
seven dollar a ton.
A. T. Lonci.ky,
II. A. Pieler, of Waialua, Oahu,
father of Mrs. K. C. Ahana, came
over on the Kinau Wednesday for a
visit to Kauai.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihuk, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received sunject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong.
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
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kvkr ytiiing in the
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Merchandise qf the
Best Quality Only.
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For Rent at all Hours
Tourist trade a specialty.
Wholesale and Retail Gioceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
When Benjamin Franklin was
just plain "POOR voting
Franklin "i nobody paid any
attention to hi in .
Hut voting Franklin was hon
est, industrious and FRU
GAL and in timq his circum
stances mended. He acquired
property and a great reputa
tion for wisdom.
You mav not have Franklin's
genius for statesmanship, but
you can put in operation his
scheme of putting by a cer
tain sum, every so often, for
We pay 4 on time deposits
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Christmas Books And
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Our lint cii 1 , . ,k fur children and
j;niwn I'c.lkx p.irti.uliirly fond.
In ordering male what tit It yuli
.nfcr in Ixinks and vtlmt kind of
sentiment curd ymi w'sli. Wt
will mail t'i you on upiiroval.
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Br. Wolff & Arve's
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Tins of two sizes, l-2s & l-4s.
Delicious for Sandwiches. Ask your grocer
for the genuine.
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