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vliu vitltkhV iiu.o ifiiiiONlt, iin.o, iiawah, tuksdav, ocToaim 4. 1904.
fTT - " "- - '- ' - '
nrl. .i?; I .s 7r fthmti .Willi f '' commercial factor of ,
7 fc-' . , immense
TUU8DAY, OCTOIIUR ., 1904.
Itntcnd nllhu Poslouice at 'llllo, lln
Willi, US seColld-clllhS lIMlter
IMIllt.lSllltl) KVHRV TUKSHsV.
J, Casti.h Uiihiwav - Kditor
1), fr. Mausii - limbless Manager.
CIIARLP.S WARRKN PAIRIIANKS
FOR DHI.At'.ATU TO CONOKI'W:
jonaii urn jo kalanianaolp
JOHN T. 1IROWN
I'.HOlMtK C. 1IKW1TT
JAMKS 1). I.P.WIS
CARL S. SMITH
1 wot Id.'
innrrtauce to the busy 'I'heic win n good ci.m.l prcstiii to
1 wnlch iJip gnuie of It neb ill 1)1 1 r.l .S.itur-
'hy afternoon between the Union Spiclnls
WilKKKAS, Tin- Act to provide 11
0.. -:.... ni. 1 in.. Una lm.tr liKPii'niid Hcnnicr Six'ei.iU Medciros low d Government for llic Territory of Hnwnti
' h '.'.",,.' .,, ..' the ball for Hie lnie.il tenm mid Qiiiul provides Hint geucrnl election shall he
.somewhat abend of the procession ,,,,,,,,,,, tl, e Int. Mnrllu lly.d ' ,eld on the Ti.e.lav next nfter the first
in 1I.1. m-iliiT nf rmniiiitll (-fit oil bv , twiner lor the llcntmr lentil and Hurry , ,, , , ., ,' . ,. .
Ill I lie tiulkr ol iniuuiuim.au 011 o; ., . . . U clum,s. Tllm. Mon.hiy in Novemher, A. 1). i94, nu.l
wire, owing to the competition he- U-re some goo 1 pluv. but n disposition ' Hint lit leant forty days before nny election,
tween rivnl tclcumjih companies and ' " t" Jnrl of some of Itentner's linU In ' iu. (Jnvemor slnll issue nn election pro.
1 hi .... Hie ngtv by obstructing runners and play ...
because it is the S-ate capital, but it 1 , (onl. Huston nnd Teviswerecspecinl. c,,"mUo" "'"'
1 ... 1.. u,. f l,,.l,, l.'lvohiecUonnhle in this role. , Wiihkkas, It Is provided In the Rules
' , , ' y ... 1 'In the teventh Ituiiiii; Werv was niak-' mid Hei;tilatIoiiH for Adntliiliterini; Oathi
Olliy I'liy ill ine cuun: ni.uu in mi- ),) lor third when levin, wttom lici
Olllllcr's 1 tl,l llfililttic l'lirllmii lliiil 1111 t'lniiu'e
. ... ... .1.1.. I 1.... .1. .in. ...... 1.. I. 1.1 I "
W to l e,U.ppel Wim W.res ...... ;JJ V,-;;,',', --phal. he made ih .0 the honndarie, o
teb'Uraphv service. f tlnwn with uch force ns to render him nny precinct within sixty dayt of elect
i) 1 ion,
11 Viiw. Tiiituttiffiuu. In nrpordnnee
....... . ......... ....... ...
Knti lylni luluicii South Kmiti 11ml I'n
nnltiti I'olllni; place-Walohlnn Court Ilone.'
I'.ioiitm I'Ri.ciNCT-The renmlnder or
Polling plnre PalmlaSchiud House.
The elrctoK in the foieijohin Repte
entative DUtticU are entitled to elect 1
Repreoenlntives lis follows: '
III the l'irsl Districl four;
In the Second District four;
In the Third District six;
III the I'oiirth District nix;
In the I'ifth District six;
In the Sixth District four.
Is Ti'.STlMONV WliKUl'or, I haehrre
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
Wuik-MreloCiillKintlllatuthc llli- mcoii!Iou. No attempt wns nude to
. . c.tch the llvine Kill, which rolled oil
uoi, oi.hv: j. ......... .... .... ...v..,... , ln ,e ero. ouhu ") "h .1...1. , llleri;wh, , 0eorKC u. Carter, Governor 1 Done nt the Capitol, in Hon
niul business energy it. adopl,K the ;at,H J,'; IjV.VAV" II "Vi of the Territory of Hawaii, hereby Klv. Uh d-V of A.,Kust. A. D. .904
Juno 19, '04
July 23, '04
Aug. 2C, '04
unto sel my hniid nud caused the vii1 of Sept. 29, '04
the Territory of Hawaii In he uflixed. 1 Nov. 2. '04
Done nt the Capitol, III Honolulu, this noc r- in a
July G, '04
Aug. 9, '04
Sopt. 12, '04
Nov. 19, '04
Doc. 23, '04
LET EVERY MAN REGISTER.
wireless as a means of coinniunica
tiou if news. Wireless telegraphy
has long since passed the experi
mental stage in Hawaii, and no bet
ter commentary on its successful
operation could be found than the
fart that the Huh TimiUNU re
ceives each week all the latest for
eign and cable dispatches up to the
hour of publication.
llenmer's Sptcials 04310131 13 I
17th and owiiik to the stress of business
tun nl Hie uiemoern.-. i.. wriKiii aim n.
livery le-perlable oter who de
sites to be lespeclahly tepieseutod
nt WashuiRlon and in the Terri
torial legislature .should not fail to
register iluriup the reniainiii; dtys
f tin. i.Mrktr:il!nn. which closes at week
... ...1 . !., , . .. r .1 !.... I ..u .., .1...
... ..( 1 . 1 t. AllKllUHi ior mur iiiiva. 1. 11. i.i.ci in mi-
lMretneu's Hall .Saturday niKlil. It llnivillUnM f w. H. Shipman
ij ilu. ilnlv nf ovorv man. whatever vlslled his much at I'uueo. Prom here
" J '" ' ' . !. I. ,....! M Ul.l
The Cniupcrh Iteluru.
At iiiidnie,ht I'ridnv. Don Ilimiii.in nnd
l'otrnsier Madeira returned from their
two weeks' c.impiii expedition oil Mimiin
j lie ji.riy .1.1 hi iv mi ocjiiciiuii-,
still sufferliiK from the viTertB of the , notice that a Kenrrnl election for 11 Dele
knock-out blow. I hescore lollows: , j-nte to the House of Representntives or
1 J .1 4 5 7 8 9 the United States to serve during the
union ptci.Hs.... o .. 3 1 4 . 11 o- 9 ....f,,.......,. C..ress. and for Sainton
and Repieseiitntien of the I.enislnture of
the Territory of llnwnii, will he held on
Tuesday, November 8lh, A. I). 1904
throughout, the Territory between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. 111. nnd 5 o'clock p.
The Senatorial Districts are ns follows:
l'irsl District The Island of llnwnii;
Second District The Islnnds of Mnui,
Molokni, Lnnni nnd Knhoolnwe;
Third District The Island oCO.diu;
Fourth District The Islands of Kuuni
The electots in the said Senatorial
For Kent, FumisluMl.
The Xn wall i coltnue on School street,
coiitainiitK six tooms mid b.ith.
49.4 RIDOWAV & RIDOWAY.
I hnve tills day solit to Woiitf Wo
Kwai nil of my riuht, title mid ilitinst in
the Chun R111 Cluing Store at l'aho.i,
... n 1... I.., it.-.....1 .f ii.-C.-..1 1 PiniM. ll:iu.'iii. All accounts iiL'ainst the
1. v.u.uii 1ru111.cn .11 ..c .1.... ... ..... ..v. - r. ' i,i....i .j.i...i i... c
The campers slept in 11 tent in business will be paid by Woiik Wo Kwm. isiiu''tuium-ii ... c.i ... "s
. R. CARTRR,
(lovernor of llnwnii.
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
t.. . - 1.1. M. ...! Sf Cl.l....i.
, . . .... , f ,, ..,:,. III. fOIl.IK.liy Willi illl.KIIM .'ll-. .iiii.ii.... 1
mm. ln In iioliiie.nl faith, to n.irtic-' . '...-.f , t- 1:. 1
.....j .. .... 1 - I llie asceill 01 .iia.lli;. rwc.i u- iihiiic.
ipate in the local elections of the
community in which he lives. If
an American citizen, and having re-
bertl Marnnriit and Johnny Sliipniau nnd I
it uiiiile reached the summit without I
ililiictillv i.uncneon wan iniuni uieniKc -, ,.r,.lf.i ... h,..,,.. .,.,ir
T .1 V... . . t .51.1 1 ' ,..-,....- - -,
sided the required length of time, I'i, llorl, ,, u,c i'siauds. had' never ii,,slr"m(',',s' "ch "" P,,"M' "rK!U,R
and able to teid and write intellt-visited the peaks or experienced the ex-1 and accordeous. Work promptly mid
.... , . ... !.. i-ihileratini'pasliuieof snowbilliiiK before. . well doncat rensou.ihle rates. Will call
gently, lie i eiiuucu m uic uKu "T,Ie.,oWln plnces place was louud.lo ,,, t.xmnlm. itl,lru)ll,llN, .,,,
sttllram. i He law requires every 1 ne several ieei in oeiun.
.... . ,,i, After the depirture of Mcssih. Onard
voter, as a condition prccetleiil nll wrialit. Mmlcira aiitlMtuwiii.iii went
however, to record his constitutional ; into camp nt l'n.ikala, the former home-
., . , e ... stead of Rex Hitchcock mid later made a
right with the Hoard of Registrn-L (Ujs sloJ, utM s.tm l'.irker.Jr. at
tiou thirty davs in advance of the I Kilaiehi. Thy were present nt the
rouiiil'iip nun iirHiiuiUK, 111 which .uaucin.
assisted with distinction to himself mid
I In the First District two;
1 In the Second District two:
I In the Third Disttict three;
I In the I'oiirth District one.
I Tfie Representative Districts, Resist
recently located in Hilo, mid .. i.r..pilu. .....t inini l'laees are
Hilo, September 3.S, 1904.
I as follows:
general election. There will be no
Other opportunity to register for two ,
years, and if a county act is sub
mitted to a vote of the people, or
cotiutv officers to be elected there-
.....inr il.z-.wr. ff.tr.ic wlu-i havp 110I t the hiL'liiT altitudes, Thev e.xncrieticed
' I ....... l.lun1.1.. .llnl.ill.. I. fti.illiii, tlinir
qualified (lining the present regis-,wlV),ow llu. K.utinaiia trail without n
Ktiidc, hill reached Hilo safely alter III
cliarxe. I.envc word w itli Carvalho llros.,
Crescent City Rather Shop, I'ronl street,
Hilo. ' II. II. MII.I.KR.
without accident to the cattle. They shot
quail, plover plus and larj;e name about
..1tir.li ill... li.1l mill- wlii'ti surriilllliled III
n hls' crowd of listeners. They repor't Mpplq PnnkPfl tfl flriiPf
inline oleiitiful and their nliDearnuce IllCdlO UUUCU 1U UIUCI
speaks volumes for the braciiiK effect of
tralion will be barred from partici
patioii iu the election then to be
THE UNWISDOM OF A CHANGE.
Xo matter who is elected Presi
dent of the United States, the
government at Washington will
continue along present lines and
"the Mtuation that confronts the
voters of ibis Territory at th s time
teen hours' trudging.
Celebrated KIkIHIi lllrlliday.
Twenty-two little tols were the guests
of Master l.yle Holmes on Pridnv after
noon. The occasion was the celebration
I of the hiist'i. birthday. The spacious)
pavilion was hung with swings ami
numerous games kept the young people
busy until late ill the afternoon, when a
sumptuous feast ol good things was
served. A monster Jack Horner pie
caused the most excitement. Knch guest
was given the end of a string lending
into the pie. mid at a signal the strings
I ixn. imilpil. iltsrnvpritiir n nresent for .
is whether or not we will send to a j e.,c, s,r,,K miller.
HILO BAKERY RESTAURANT
Open Till Midnight.
Republican congress, a Republican I i
' ?.... . I Hull.. i:ivl Miu-i-li.il. f
delegate who will have the. ear and I ,i
. .. . , , ., .. 1 On S.ilurdav evening iu I'uueo, Miss
reject of thai body or some one Mlirv Kckoa ,,,7 three -im the
who will be icniiired to undergo a gracious operator at the Hilo "felephoue i
1 r-n: 1 11 TJ.....1 1 !... ..ni.nl!.. ' r
two year's probationary period be- .,., of le Hleclr-e w 'm'
H.d ' 1
fore Hawaii can clnni attention. 1 were nurned. Only the relatives mu
., . . ,. 1 , . i, ,,i.. .... I immediate family of the contracting
Delegate ktihio has alread es- ,).r,.eH.,t.r,. ... nt ille cere.uouv.
tablished a fooling iu the National I after which Mrs. T. M. Rowland tendered i
r, . 1 i- 1 i . .. , i,i ' the Imppy couple a poi supper. Mr. mid
Capital, winch is never accorded a Mrs tt,0nlilwmreb,ie in a cottage :n 1 1
Territorial representative until he I I'uueo. 1
has served two years or morel AdopM.y.l.nus. )
apprenticeship in the Halls of Con- j M U)e IIM.ellllJ, of Uie H,i0 Agricultural 4
gress. Seldom if ever does a newlj ' Society, which met nt the offices of Clins. 1
, . . , ....i:,.i. .11 .1.. I'urni-aux on Saturdav uioruiiig, the
elected member accomplish all the ,irglllllilUlllI .,llo,)le(1 a-constitutio,. and t
results for which he aims dining 'by-laws. For over two years this societ i
I. .j I, ...... 1i..1.1 lii.albi.r n illtr.ll ( fn.
his fir.st term. To send u stranger e;nil)J, rut.Si aiI(,t lhe hUKKes,,in ,-)f Mr,
uo.v to Waslutigton to rellect Ila- 1 1'urncnux n comiuiitee, consisting 01 ur
n..,.ll,r ". noes, 1.. .
U. somce Davis a- co vk
1'lT.VA. lltl.O A.NMI IIAMAKUA, I.SI.VNll Ol'
h'lKSTl'unciNCT That portion of Puna
I lying south of Kenan mid from the east
ern boundary of Knu to the enstern
I boundary ol Kmuaili, following that
I boundary to nnd nlong the western
boundary of the Kaohe homesteads nnd
a Hue the extension thereof to the bound
ary ol Kenan.
1 Polling l'lnce Knl.ipaua School House.
Skconii l'Ri'.Ci.Ncr The Innds of
Kenan and OI1111.
Polling Place Road Hoard StHbles;
(III miles Volcnno Road.
Tiiikd Pkkcinct That portion of Hilo
1 lying between Puna mid Poiinhawai
Street and Road anil the line of its exten
sion to the sea.
1 Polling Place Davies & Co.'s Ware-
' house, comer of Wai.iken nnd Kalepo
i Uepo Roads.
Poutii I'KKCINCT That portion ol Hilo
lying between the Third l'recinct nnd
Polling l'lnce Circuit Court House at
l'li'TM 1'UKCINCT That portion ofHilo
! lying between Houolii Stream nnd the
1 laud of Makahmialoa.
' Polling Place Papaikou School House.
I Sixth I'rhcinct That portion of
f , Hilo lying between the Fifth Precinct
f nud tile bed of the Wnikiiumaio (u1ch.
4 Polling Place Honoimi Court House.
J.D. KENNEDY Jeweler
WELA KA HAO
Front St., Next to Aknnn's
In Keg or Bottle.
JOHN KAI, Jr.
2 M iJ
pr 2CBC0 B3S
2 5B- 1
0 f i
FIRST BANK OF HILO!
Waiakea Boat House
R.A. LUCAS & CO.. Prop'r.s.
WAIAKKA IIRIDGK, IIU.O
Incorporated Under the I.awp
territory 01 llnwnii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
ASIC YOUR GROCER
GOLOEN GATE FLOUR
H.HACKFELD & CO.
Si'.vu.NTii Pkkcinct Thnt portion of
i ' the I'iist r.lectiou District lying between
the Sixth Precinct and the boundary of
, 1... :....i,..i:.... i.u in...i ..r ti...
i lillllitHim, (111.1, niiiiu ,11c (t.tiit .11 ,!,(-
Place L.iupalioehoe Court
II. IIies, II. R. Kelsev and Chas. l'ur- -,,-,. ,.
ueix. drafted the bv-laws. which were NliiUM' f( (ill llll llhllOK 101
delay ol two yenrs oelore Hawaii aiiopteii last hutuni.iy
..'... .Ktniti tin. rmi(r(illlfill ,'1llrlt
v-'" " ' ; h ,, Imiiosslhl.. Chess Move. islallll'O
..1... .1... ,...... V..lt,ur ,..,.i,l.M.it..o liSI4lllll.
MIL UL.1UI l;ii l..(ll(W( V.K((. ((t. w-i
wniiau semtniLMit, means
Klcclioii lo the Lou,-
Tlif Hmtnliiln rlipu rlnli soul n thi'ir
Notlcy or Iaukia aie known in 27U1 move, KxK. This is nn imptwiulr Xotici is ht'rehy jivtn thnt, whereas it
Vasl,iK,o, nnd belong,,, to nl is l' ,' "l
parties repiign.iiit to Republican local club iinniediately called attention election to the Legislature, except on the
progress would have a iliflictilt task ! M the error, mm is now awaiting a cor
iu beinn noticed at all Tbe far
lie votes for a change in our
Island of O.ihit, shall deposit their nomi
nations with the Secretary of the Terri
1 being noticed at all lhe tar The next meeting of the Hilo Chess i ..... f .
eiim voter will think twice before 'Club "ill I nt the home of j. U. Smith , tnr not ' l"""1t"V.l ,1,h lrt- u,t
.luij, on-r win 111111K iwii.1. iiliuh. t0))j lt day of a General Ivlectiou, it will be uec-
e votes for a change ill our dele-' ' -- ' essarv that such nominations he filed in
f I Polling
f j House.
6 Rir.iiTii Prhcinct mat portion ot
me l'irsl i-.ieciiuu uisirici lying ociwceu
the Seventh Precinct and the lauds of
Polling l'lnce Kaohe School House.
Ninth Prhcinct That portion ol the
I'irst Iilection District lying between the
Kighth l'recinct and the bed of the
Polling Place llonolcna Court House.'
TKNTll Pkkcinxt That txirtioil of the
I-'irst Rlection District lying between the
Ninth Precinct and Kohnla District.
Polling Place Kukuihaele School
ISi.KVKKTi! PRHCINCT The iKil.iuce of
Puna lying south of the Second Precinct
and east of the I'irst Precinct.
Polling l'lnce Knpoho Ranch Ham.
V. PKCK I'rcniilciit.
C. C. KKNNKUY...., ..Vlcc-Tren.
JOHN T. MOIU-.nul Vlce-1'rts.
C. A. 8TOIIIH -..CaKliler.
TIIOS. C. RIIXUVAV, hrcretnry.
J. . Ontario, John J. C.rnce,
V. S. I.yinnn, II. V. 1'attin.
Win. I'ullnr. W. II. Slilptnnn.
Draw Exchange on
re Hank of llnwnii, Ltd.
Wells, l-'argo & Co. Hank. ..San l'rancisco
Wells. I'nrgo & Co's Hank ......New York
IIAVK NOW A KLKKT OP
and Small Boats
POR PUIILIC IIIRK
i nssengers nud h.iggnge taken to and
from vessels iu the harbor nt reasonable
rates. Lnunches nud row bouts to hire
lor private picnics nud moonlight rides.
; RING UP ON TELEPHONIC
j AGP.Nl'S POR.
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
I Self-stnrter nnd reversible engine. Iu
practicability it is ecjnnl to the steam en
gine. Sues from V2 h. p. upwards.
Ilo.its fitted with this engine or Iraines ot
.Honolulu any sie lo order. I'or particulars apply
10 k. A. j,iji:am, miuiger
ALL KINDS OP
London GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PP.ASH, President.
SAN PRANCLSCO. CAL.. V. S, A.
The National Hank of the Re-) ,.,,,,,
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co...
Hongkoiig'Shaughni Hnuk- Mloiigkoug,
iug Corporntion )' China.
Iloiigkoug-Shatighai II. ink- Shanghai,
iug Corporation ) China.
u$.!!. A CLEAN SHAVE
' J"!''"1- with Antbeplic Razors.
Hot Pnce H.iths. Stylish Hair Cuts
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES iJ&'ZSSLl.
the Mouth or Year. Pur
ticulars 01, Application
THE SILENT BARBER SHOP
I Opposite Courthouse, Hilo.
, Cation, Miss C. Ilaiiiiua and Mrs
Haiiuu.i. Miss I'.miila Hohiicuberv, C. P.
demonstration of wireless telegraphy t
was being made between the St.
I.ouis Fair and Sptinglield, Ills
Communication was opened up be-
tween the two cities on September
3d, and the Illinois State Journal of
essary that such nominations he filed in
Kliiiiu llepuiiun'h. ' this onice not Viler than five o'clock on j
Mrs. R. G. Hitchcock, II. Clark, W. i the afternoon of Monday, October loth, '
Cruven.J. T. Crnen, A. Porsyth, R. q0. I
Iu order to be eligible to election ns n
Senator a person shall be a male citizen
s; have attained the
hne resided in the
' Hawaiian Islands not less than three
1 years, and be tiiali!kd to vote for Sena-
I tors in the district from which
Ko.VA ANII KAU,
Almost prcciselvnt the same time I.mke.t, Col, J. McClellau, P. P. Mnbie, Senator n person sh
that the Tk 1 iil'NK inaugurated wire-1 i. T' W!?' rC' r,Z" ' f '"r )" M
. r . , r I " ' tl,,,el " " '-,rlcri '" '""'i , age of thirty years;
ie.sslie.ss iiisi.ui'iii:.si iui lilt ii;in.-iii .ur. .iiaiiant
of its reader.- the first practical
First lorelu'ii Oliiirrli.
Pikst Pkkcinct North Kohala.
Polling place Circuit Court House,
Skconh Pkkcinct South Kohaln.
Polling place Waimea Court House.
Tiiiki) Pkkcinct That portion of
North Koua lying north of the northerly
boundary of Holunloa and n line running
from the north coiner of Holunlo.i to the
Sabbath, October 9, 1904. 11 n 111.,
"Have faith iu God," Mk. 11:22. 7:30
p. m., union meeting at the Haiti Church.
he is 1 , .,,
1 souiii corner 01 iiuiaiiaiiiiiu.
! Pollitu! Place Circuit Court House nt
t ! r!At.l 1...... . .lwt ilul.llnliAI. r
nuiiiiKiicm i.m in. i-.u..w..v... . Hfnilml mnAMttfl for Representative
being the lust paper locauy to maKe fr()lll tlu. vhil District,
..:.:.,... i ""k
ill until lit tn i:niifij i- vivv,iiwn h- n t ..
Member of the House of Representatives , j(U,,"tTf Pkkcinct That portion of
y 1. , n person shall, al the time of election, 1 l)lc Second Hlectiou District hounded
,have uttained the age of twentyfive 1)y tlu Thr,i irt.cict, Haiiiakua, Knu,
years; he n mile citien ol the United he boundary of Keaauhou from Knu to
I hereh) utiuouuee uisclf as an hide-
use of the new mr-aiis of conimuui
cation. Numerous aerograms of
considerable length weie exchanged
between this enterprising newspaper
and the inventor, Dr. I.ie Deforest,
who was supei intending the trial at (
Uie St. J.otiis slation. Tlie State
Journal, commenting upon the fact, '
regards the achievement as "the
J. KRKINO KRALAWAA.
Hilo, Hawaii, Sept. 24, 1904.
jhtates; have resided u- tiie n.iwnluin Isl- Honauniiii. the north boundary of Houau
I nnds not less than three jeais; nud shall al, nlu tjle sea.
be(iiali(ied to vote for Repiesentntives iu Polling place Kouawaenn School
1 the disttict from which he is elected. House.
1 Pitch nomination must be accompanied Fifth Pkkcinct That portion of
by n deposit of twentj-five dollars, nud ' S()lll, Kona iyj, hetweeu Keei 2 and
,be signed by not less than twenty-five oielomo.iua 1.
du'y qualified electors of the district for. Polling place Hookenn Court House.
1 which sucli election is to be held. S,XT Pkkcinct That portion of
I A. L. C. ATKINSON, .South Kona lying between the I'ifth Pre-
j Secretary of Hawaii. cinctiiud Kuu.
Tilt-Capitol, Honolulu, September 15II1, , Polling place Papa School Iloiire,
'1904, 4S-j . ' Skvknih I'KKCINCT That portion uf
E. N. HOLMES i
Importer and Dealer in American and Foreign S
g J)ry Goods and Mroeorios
z. lioots and Shoes g
g Hats and Caps
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
g Hardware, Taiuls and Oils
Flour, Feed and Hay h
g High-Class Fnrniliire iukI g
g Bedding H
g Crockery and Glassware
g House Furnishing Goods 3
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