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eiu gniiii a hi f i i. i Resili(S j the Election. is'te'V1
7 . 1 portrait of President Dolo liuujj ou
TUESDAY, OCT. .10, MU
S S NimOinn, King, HI diiv from Kobe,
Hn lik Mnitnn AIa, Smith, 10 tiny- frnin
Nuwp.ix hi, S 8 V
Htmr Clntitlliif frutii Maul
Htinr Mlknlinlit from Knunl
Stmr lunltiul rrimi llnwull ami .M.ml
Tt'roniv, (ot. lie.
Htmr W'nlnlrnlu from Hnnmkun
HlmrWll Hull from llnwiill timl Mnul
Momiav. Oct. a.
Strur tw.ilnnl for Hnmiiktm nttin in
Tt isihy, Oct. SO.
Htmr ClniMInc for tirt- on Mnul at r, p in
Htmr Mlknliiiln for Knunl ntrt p in
Html Moknlll for Mnlokul ntnl Umnl
8ttiir.hu Mnkco for Knpnnnl I p m
Stmr IVIu for Miiknweli nt 2 m
Stmr Wiilmntiiilo for ICmini
Oarcoon from Inland Ports.
ytmr ritniilliip fti hi-nil entile, In lii;,
'.'1.7111 ko:i lumber, I'll li.i)! l.oiie-, ,o
linjt- tnre, Ills ,.hi ioHitit j, IM u.iKi
corn Hint HI pkn Min.lrli'-.
Stmr W'U Hull MM ling -ticnr, V hntm
imiII'm', il"i Ii.ir nn, tfi In nil entile, 10
liW nliil 7"i p ickiiKC" sundrli"".
Krniii Mnul t-r Minr CI online Oct ".'H
W II I'urnnrll, A Wllilc, .Mln II Vliln,
I) Wl.hllhVM, n.l M Uiv; ii K tlnui, W' O
Smllli. W N ArniMruiii', Mr- Mcllri'or,
J no Knl.nnn, .1 On-iirklrk, W'll .Nieilliiini,
T.I l-:ir , A lirlfl nit-en, 'I lim (lux, Mr
IMiiinn niul 'Jt lillilrt'ii, Ml it iJomwcll, 0
.Mini; Hun, Ah Young .nut Si ilcck.
I'rom Mit'il n if I llnu.t'l iht rlmr W' (I
Hull, tlct TU-eol H NorrN, V W Hull, W
O win, IMi-rwoni, DrJ 0 W'ntlirlck, I!
Hirnitt'h, Minn K Wiilnnlnlenml TOilt-ck.
for Knunl i-r tmr Mlkihnln, Oct :su
A Creep, J 1' S. ol niul wlfo, Mr- WVU-r.
Mrn llitnly, A I'oiiniill, .1 roniiiilt, V. K
Jlull, .MI-iM Hurl well, It Stnuiiili.
tlm wall, in tlio rear of the chair-
man s table.
T. 1J. Murray was the A. U. P.
puller at the Uoll Tower, J. A.
Kennedy at the Deretania street
Full Returns for the Island of SisSjTs: MaruN
.Several of the wholosalo jobbing
houses in town closed for the day.
The saloons opoued at 7:.T0 o'clock
in tho evotiiug.
The election was tho miietest ever
held in Honolulu, the day being like
H. Kl.mmo Hnriy Knocks Oat 0 ol fffi JoSJ
the R gMar Ticket.
Election Day passed off quietly
in. llnnnliilit and the country .lis- lown durnif tl0 ooclion MKiy ti,at
trials of Oal.ii. The only element Uvo of Wb friom,8 who pium?,uti f0I
of excitement was the runniu of ,,hn for hj8 roturn, Th t(10,1.ut
tage of tho holiday for an outing in
There. was only one voter in the
7th precinct, fourth district. It cost
-332 to have his vote recordod, and
then he spoiled it by voting impar
tially for all four candidates.
Air. V itiston, who was absent from
Harry Klomnic, an independent an that ,t mjKut bo ,)08S'lbloJh0 would
nexationist, to mnko a break in the , lhooxlra votes, and ho did.
regular ticket of tho American , . ,
Union Tarty for Representatives. XHE 0THKR islands.
Ho nearly did it, the returns
showing him but four votes
behind E. C. Winston. It Partinl Returns Rocclvod by tb
may bo necessary to explain that ( Steamer W. O. Hall.
Fourth and Fifth Districts for ,, , ,,. 1T ,, ,, ,
Representatives refer to the wholo fBJ tbo " W. G. Hall this
Kepubiic and not to tho Island of afternoon partial roturns aro re-
Oaliii. This island is tho Third vcd , frol Ut' Mini.
District for Senators. Uelow aro Tho no opposition on Hawaii
tho returns. Further statistics of for Senators, but the fo low ug vote
the election in preparation will ap- ivas ,VftsL,n tlm third (Kaiua and
pear later fourth (Kona Wacua) precincts of
' - t0 ji,,,,!, district ICohala, Koua
Von: roil SKNAToi:s. and Kau:
C J- x a h
J.I fir. ',11, 'tr. T-I'il
7 II -M
.. 7 i:i l
I III II
..4 U III
I'lii l'. rt. ft. I'lnrlcMon nrrlviil si Y .ko
Iihiiiii Oct I lioin thl-i Hiri.
The (loriniiti Imrk Triton calli-il from
I.Ivtioii, Ov'i. :i, for Ho .ouilii
Tlic i-li-iiiiii'r KlliiiK'ii Hon is lii'lnrt pit
ri-Hily lor na. I'lir uruilhiK umpii U uii
iinuihl kiiiiiI llvrh llim-o cro isxh-.-o. In
Iti'iT'lilmiil Mi'iiinljii.it trinlc.
The lliiw.illin Imrk Milium A In, I'niiljlti
hnillli.iimv. i idliiv, in iliHsfni'i r.
imlie. ,N rt. W'., with Hr lon' of i-mtl fur
Allen A ltuMn ou. She ilockvil near I lie
I'wlllc Mull wlntrf.
IKM-UA AI!I- t YiiIiih-ii. K iiinl.oiiiui
iUy. Oct. J, in m w 1 f o of I'. II. llo(.
I'iinnl, n Mm.
W'lUTi: In Hid dly, o.'i. :m, iu, totlio
l eoH' M W'lilly, a tliiu tlilt-r.
LOCAL AND OENEHAL NEWS.
L. .1. Levey will hold a sale of
furniture nt his salesroom nt 10 a. in.
Sixtcn people came by the Arawa,
the men of the party to'uork on the
O.iliu Uiilvvny extension.
llt Foil, editor of the Chinese
News, is taking a cource in the Eng
lish language with Itev. Eric Lewis,
It is estimated (hat about 1.7.l.
tubs of the Jniiauesu liuiior knouii
as saki came amongst the S. S.
Xainilinn'rt cargo for this port.
An open meeting will bo held at
Theosophicnl lmll, Foster block,Niiti
niiu street, this evening, when Mrs.
Thirds will answer I'liiMtions in
J S. narlholoinew, of inter island
cable fame, is running the Monte
C'risto Mountaineer, n weekly news
paper, at Monte C'risto, Wash, and
is doing well.
Three Cliiuee storekeepers plead
ed guilty in tlit District Com t to
day for violating the Sunday law by
felling cigars, crockery ami hair oil
ou that day and wore lined -i'.'J each.
Ah Chen, a gambler whom the
police have been watchiut; for some
time, pleaded L'liiltv in the District
Court to day to maintaining ache
fa bauk, and was lined 100.
Godfrey's Heady Koforoneo and
Directory is more than a mere elec
tion guide. It coutaius names of
over IUM) poople who have an income
of -C(X) per year mid whose location,
occupation, and proper uaiiiu spell
ing U UHeftii kn j ledge to all husi
MOHE JAi'AVEbE AulUVED.
Nine Hundred aro Brought by n
The S. S. Naiishau arrived ou
Sunday from Kobe, Japan, with 1KKJ
lapauene iuimigrautti ou board
When the steamer was first sigiiled
off Wniauae she was taken for a inan-
ol-war, nud it was so reported. As
tho Nausuau was oer eighteen days
coming over she was allowed to
come alongside the l'acilie Mail
wharf. Yesterday the immigrants
were taken tothetjuaraiitiiieStatioii,
where their effouts will be fumigat
ed. The immigrants will not bu
allowed to uoiue into town until tliey
have been examined on their ii'iaucial
status or their ultimate destination.
She brought TilIU tons of freight and
was consigned to T. II. Davies A: Co.
Uunuiug Oil' With a H..
A geiitlemaii and his wife paid a
visit to some friends at I'alaina es
lorilay evening in a family carriage,
The horse was tied ton telephone
oust and the couple went into the
house. When they were ready to
return the rii was not in sii'lit. The
parties walked along King street
towards town and just in front rf
(lie old waiohoiise of the California
Feed Co, tln-.i In held the family
phaeton coming along the road,
with two Ims hi it. The,) eried
"haul in," and in about ten minutes
an olllcer niriwul, Wiii took the ho)s
to the Station. The bo)s had in a
funny mood taken the ug and
driven about low u. They lisd been
nhaciit about an hour.
F. mini ..
hcwiitli. . .
Shell . .
I-'. H. I.vmnn
Sa ft Krnnk S'orllirup
- ss -i , i;ii. Auticy
V s- ? - Thoro aro two Representatives to
3 a. r. 3 5 s be elected in the same district, and
J ? 3 ? there aro five candidates. Returns
' o . thus far are as follows, the 1st, 2nd,
. i. 1 J nth, (kh and 7th precincts being to
in 17 in l" r I" hear from, consequently the issue is
in i.hi ii i:w l.t ii' very uncertain, at this distance:
n) wj vn at .ii '.s '
H'J lin iu lot tr.i in HAWAII.
ui ji u i M f4i m
Mil III IUJ HO II.' IOi, llrinri,lntitt' Ml'rr. 4(1, I'ir. Tvhil.
' K. . ttoml . Ii 17
:.: ."7 " ": :. r K.)iuwiiu .. i ioj, in,
.V.'i .v H OKI iim I. Ii lh., p Knninuolin . I -J MM imt
H. Kiiilliinic . . n P, HU
'. w. -M. Kn n wns ... Iti Mii il.'.lii . i .i- n mi
iii 17 17 17 17 17 , " , . rn.o, UIMI UIIS I'l'IZO Will
II IU ii ii s 7 snouiii iuo oiner precincts go
in s t ii m
A POINTER !
IIITII M'TIIII T
Ui'-jjililiiiio; nn XuvcmbiT 1,
ItSJM, I iiitcmt giving my
C'ti-loiiifrs a chiiiu'o to win a
Vri.o and not only Out" 1'i'ii
On next TIUTRDW,
Xovi'iiibpr lnt, ovi'ry Man,
"Woinan or Child who Ihivh
1.(10 worth of goods at my
Store (Temple of Putihion)
will lie ii hvnted with a Con
lioii T.ieket, and on Dcecmhur
12 1 tli, the poivon holding the
largest iiumher d' Tiekets
will he entitled to tho Hirnt
niivthinir like the forci'oinir. Kamaii-
. i' .- ! olia auu Knlaiwaa will be the men.
. i- ii
is i.) i.'i i.'i in ti iui inero is no iioiioi inai wio sugar
'.'I Is -M l Is ! i riiruros for Houd and whoever his
m .rt :v, :v :ii :in plantation districts will roll up oil
io io in !' ;ri as ..... ,. , ,,. ....i.i..
"II 1 IS v.iwuii in .if. iiiiiiiiii iit.i.- .iin.ir-
- I lv you tie- Kauhaue.
Ail lii isi net isi imi Thoro aro three Senators to bo
- - - ' ..l.w.l. ..I f.ir tlm Tiitr.l tlUlrl..!
..Ti-I ll-U Hi'.' Ii"! IK1 UV.I I Vl... M "l..!..! ".I I "' t W i..'...l
iUnill) tUUIUHill illlll L4U1H11 fvvn
p - r
r r r-
uess is ruuuing as indeiiendent
against tho regular A. U. I . ticket.
L'igures are obtained as follows,
numbers of precincts not given:
Ill (IS 117
iii loi l'.ii
II Hit ui
:i :i7 40
iTi. T7 Pi ' There are three representatives to
list'; w u be elected in the Third District, and
ii ii the loilowiug meager ngures are an
Finest Silk Dress Pattern
in oin Store. To the person
holding the second largest
number of 'I ieketH
An Eltgant French tosh
mere Dress Pattern
The miny season is com
ing, and if you want to slad
water like a duck you must
be provided with a Kain
Coat. I have just received
a new invoice of Ladies'
English Mackintoshes in
fact, I shall make a leader
of these goods for thu next
few weeks and at such prices
that I expect to see every
lady in Honolulu properly
clad for rainy weather.
will not be worn in muddy
weather. The reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will probably take the place
of the white out s for the
next few months, and to
match these I have an ele
gant line of Tan Stockings
in numerous shades.
Oh, yes, Trimmed or Un
trimmedV Untriuimed ! All
right. Just pick out the
shape. They are all new
and the very latest. After
yon have selected one that
suits your peculiar style of
beauty I will introduce you
to our expert milliner, who
will help you telict the
trimming and I guarantee
to Hnihh you a hut that you
won't be ashamed of.
Nothing lookH so pretty
around a lady's want (ex
cept an arm) as one of our
Belts. I have both Silk
and Leather with new de
signs of Buckles. If yon
don't believe me come and
try one on (not the arm
hut the JScIt).
I. .!. KUAN,
fiM Fort street
Are You Fond of Fancy Work?
Then call on ih and k'c the Immense Assortment of
8'ainpeii Sl'IrViril S'.irfi aiil Tslile Ittliinpf,
D'nwn Work I i ot' r
b .imiil Sp'niiiers, Htnmpt-il Tnv CortM,
Drown Work Tray '.oiers,
Biamicd Wach Ili;- R'nl S oeV n Itnc.
l?r.wn Work l. In 1 n ui Tn!' Cotc r'.
.-n.cJ 'ialili eoiffi mil Wlntr snd Kern,
Mummy Cloth for Fnn-y Work.
ALSJ A 1..VUUK AsSOIlTMEXT OF
LINEN FLOSS IV ALL COLORS!
a fink AsontMi:NT or
Fanny Figu.d India Drapery Silks
1ST. 3. SACHS'
620 Fori Suvoi, : : Honolulu.
2 I W. Y. Humor
11. I'. Iltlilnln
A HihUIi.j: ..
W. UuiHlncrK .
'!"J 'J'' j that are to hand, tmrportitttr to lie
l:ii tn '" l-i'thniun, Wailuku and Mnk.v
i urn iiihimri.
The Chiuese Protective Union will
t. ' lormaiiy open ineir new nan ou
$ i trt ... ... . i.f t mi., i. ll
r. ; I iMiig sireei, mis uveuiug. ine nan
c has licou decorated with Chinese
3' 5 ' '"'items. .Speeches will he followed
u . with refreshments.
llrt . ,
, i:i is : '
:n ii ai V Ki'ltNIKIIIII) cor-
II II 1.11 i t -Ku. I't'lit nl-V niul
, .Vi I'll at ' iU'iilly lin-a eil will bo
. '.! i!."i IM 'fii eil lit n inn lerstf ru t tl
70 'i7 ; fur a li-nn ol 11 vn )fiir. Apply si I .Is
.71 lit IU oltLe 1171 If
. Til i VI ,
.jr, :?i a.' THE080PHY.
I.'i lin :iti
will be given.
I'ri.e will be an
Everybody likes it, because it is a ThiMt
(ueiiehiug. lleallb-( Jiving Drink and is
offered to the L'nblic with a full conlidencc
of its Merits.
JUST TIlLXIv OF IT
AN OIT.N MCKTINO Wild. Ill: IIKI.ll
til t n j ItciiMiplili-nl null T HH (Tno-
i...i .......... ...i.. ..j... .1 H....I iii I r. i.. i .n, ii'iiiii-r )ii ni oo chick
. ... b. ,..-.-.r i"..n .," ... ..... .,.....-i.
Owing to the ignorance of the
ii. i. if.. ..... ...... ii. iii. I... I.... i
of voting, Harry Klcmuie lotl a a'u mi cmIhih. pur iiiuIiik io 'lhcu.i.pliv
large number of votes. There wero will Isjunswenil by the U-oiurnr, Mjn M
Riiv.ir.-il iiiiI nb.iii mmlii in tluiir rit. 1 I nlltlM
iug. Instead of the figure .1 the letter
K was marked after Klemiiie'suame.
()ne Germnii had siv crosses for
Ivleuimu. Oilier voters marked
three ones (1 1 1) for the independent
candidate. These of course were '
thrown out. Vet the Portuguese
were not the only voters who made j
mistakes. There was an astonishing
amount of ignorance shown at the
polls by electors who are readers of
Nearly everyone in town was talk- !
ing Klemiue yesterday, and if there
hadn't been so much ignorant vot-
iug Klemiue would probably hae I
The woiknrs of the A. U. P. candi
dates did all in their power to do
feut the lone independent, and re- '
sorted to every device to gain that
end. In voting stalls a dodger was i
posted up before the voter, address
ed, "To American Union Voters," ' CAM. AND SKB US.
with the A. U. 1. candidates already I
marked Thee puzzled a good, nnmr
many unsojihiHticateU electors. I A . 1 1 U N A K H H II I f
d ynuu umiirx i uuu viv.
A Strong Horse
is the niain.T OK DSINO
I 111)01) KKEI)
A PKKSn SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Inst Arrived yvt "H. 0. Wllilrr."
Klemme's iiaiue was on the list am
opiiosite it was a blank.
Tlio headquarters of the inde
pendent caudidatu were in the lime
lauia street armory, the rear hall be-
I'lirner ijin'en . Nuiuinii Hlu
Hotii Tki.kpmovks 121.
DELICATE 1 DELICIOUS I DAINTY I
ASK YOUR OKOCKR l'OR
Ostrich Feather Fan
VnlmM at tin.
and the Foii-th Prze will a
Fine Pair of
Vnhii'il si 'i. .ii.
The people of Honolulu
have patronized the Tk.mim.k
uf Fashion liln rally bince
its removal to the new quar
tern at filO Fort street, and
the Managers appreciate this
hence Uici-e Pii.es. There
tire probably one hundred la
dies in Honolulu who will
buy enough Dry ( J oods be
tween Noveinh r 1st and De
cember tilth to win one of
the above Prizes. (Mir stock
is new and has been caiefully
selected for the Winter Holi
day Trade cpccia'ly is thin
true of our Drehs Pattern.
We b.tve been to an inlinite
amount of double but suc
ceeded in getting the latent
shades and most lii'aiitil'iil de
signs ; this applie- tt our
feilks and Ciisliuieres. Our
Ginghams, Lawns, White
Mil-dins and Feinish Lawns
are the equal (both in price
and quality) uf Uiom' wild by
any bouse in llonoliilo ; alno
I Mack Satins and Silks a spe
cialty. (JhrMiuas Goods,
Toys, etc., in endless variety.
( J loves that lit like the paper
on the wall.
And remember that, for
every $1.00 worth of Goods
you buy on get a Coupon.
JcflT All tlle-e Piizes will
be nhown iii our window next
Temple of Fashion
fii'.i iUT stii:i:t.
.M.(i. Siia. : I 'nor.
Hires Boot Beer
'I Ih-m n' New I'.irl. hurt;!', I ill, Kmru si-li-i-itil, One Irlul will prove llielr iiirrltH,
N. II. The Onus nt this lirauil cuutalii a greater quantity than Diemi nf
3vltch.oll dc rotoraorv, Ccaot i.rraxitu.
An Invoice of tho
Water juot received
direct from tho Springs
In Shasta, California.
Shaota' io tho
finest mineral water
In the world. It is
used in every loading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
the United States.
'Shasta' io the
Queen of all table wa
tero; blend3 perfectly
with liquor of all
kinds, and is a natural
relief for all disor
ders of the stomach,
kidneys and liver.
For sale by all drug
glots and the trade
MACFARLAKE & CO. LTD,
Sole Agent3 for tho
Is now a faorile beverage for Ladies and
t-rsons to whom it gives Freshness
and embonpoint. It has solved the problem
of medicine by imparting strength and pure
blond, which soon gives a per-on a clear and
It Pops !
Effervescent Too! Exhilarating!
Just th Thirjg to Build Up the Consti'-utiunl
Tt Wholesome and Strengthening. Pure
JJIood, free from Hoils or Carbuncles. General
Good Health, results of drinking Hires Root
Beer the year round.
IToiiiion Dituo Comi-an'V Wholesale Druggist
Hrcssox, Smith it Company "
Hoi.i.i-tku Di:it f'o.Mi'AN'v, Lrn....
Lkwis & C imi'ax v Grocers
National Cane Shredder
PATK.NTKI) U.VDKR Till: LAW'S OF TIIK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
, 111.' ' : ""-
Li. v-Af'?'l -' L s' VVWd(.r
tM ''rr-V:.': - ..
M. T. DONNISH ,
I'ATKNTKi: ASH MII.K MANI'KACTI lll'll
New Paienied Poi Straioer
W All Ofl'Tn er CeiniuiiuliMllniK
mMri I !' I. O Hill V Sun, I.M.,
(mIiii Iiiivk lie-in en Nile), er In M. T.
liiimnii, vs III rii'ihu preuipl nUi-ntlun.
Mr. Ji.hu A. Seott, Miiu.im r .it the liilu Sunur Cmuininv, j;iveH the follow
niK wiiiiili-rful neunl ol On- w.nkiii; if tin .NATION L (.'A.NK SI1HED
IlKK, wlneh w.iM-u-itiii h in, ir wuik ut the ciiiiitiuiieuiiient of the cron
"DiirniK Ihe I'.iKt wiek the llilo Siij; ir CinipiinyV mill ex.eeileil imv of
ith f'Tiner ne.ii.U l.y . L.mii; the l.i Imuin kiiiiiIiiij; with nn uii'iuit of ilOOl
ton. IIiif. r fiill 10 p. r.Mit iiiiiik than Mn- hi-M w..il ..f former veir
"The thru r.lhr null l..ing 'JO in. h, Til in. mnl (lie two rolUr'niill CtO in
l.y UI in. I la hii null .I..IUK in.- inn. unit of iwnk iii nn ellieieiu liuuiner
.iml uuh ci em ciM'li-..i.ipiii,, mn, ,,,1, ,, W,i,. iaiu,(v, t thorouuh
iri'i.ii.iliiiu of ihei-ane l.y tn. N.Uio.ml Taiu Shn.lil. r, uo-ully vrvetvd bv
t lit' ('olil..lllV. '
" Ami l.y its ime He-. x-. a h.-n Im iiicu inerenn'il from ;i pereeiit to fi pur
fint ou nil liiml- ..j ., .iml in k.ime ennoi. bO pete, nt h.ie heun rvucl'i'il'
Hie u-r.iK' I'i'.iiit "! t" "ft p. rvi ut, ueeonlinn in iii ilu v. '
"I I-..IIIIIHIO iw ii.nl the iin-Kiit liiuu whie.hh il eiuu' l.i-titr fuel tlnui from
Wlmli i iille.
"Ihe .hieihl-r lu. I n nurkiiiK -l.iy .iml nKln fr .v uiuiuIih uml 1m.
Kivin nn- i-utin. miii. .uii.,1,. l,rtinM Khreililul tluriiiK that iiiuu nl.out luvuuty
lli..iiuml li.iii. ol . ti.. . i.ti I ,. 1.,' purl nf il h c mr.l lutuuiiH.
"I In .hn.tl.Kr uml i iimi n.puri' ii) Imle e.ire or uutuiiou."
lfir"l'luii iu.l.,. i,w .ii ,, vl iu.M. rslm.lUorii may beneuut lliooUlcuof
V'M Q IRWIN A CO., L'd.,
,W'U J('it wi l iuu,aan ltUhU