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PMILANLPMU ICE CIEAM
With Crushed Fruits
HONOLULU - DRUG - CO.
; All other are Imitations
Families and Parlors Supplied at SHORT NOTICE. :
Our Ice Cream Soda is the talk of the
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
"T. TRTautclb. "Willi TTo-va. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
R.llltll Wdchaan (umltlu4 forilMii.od ptoptrty,
ul contintl.l oik ol all Mitt. ;
Bt City Mimed lar.lifcM. DtucUrt
Office Rmri 4 Mriel Kick - - -
P. O. BOX S4.
, f rr Kit-Kiririr it KKrKir X -!' K r "X
make' taiAe drink lor small money.
5 ASK FOR THBM
, AT YOUR DRUGGISTS.
l If you are not acquainted with sparklets he will explain the working of them,
m which Is so simple that a dill J can operate the aerating of the bottle.
Cheaper tnan on
their drinking water.
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faint oM ihim iroln.iiliH, anil itolh
li.to uhi)trtk.n n) .uirMtfullj
ln utiil liuiKiit.nl work In .hurt
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Annua uonitrtnce or Naiuon.
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HAWAII LAND CO.
CafHal. ptM mp,
STEAIY IMWTN OF
ITS REFMN NeVENENT
Whit Has Betn Done in 'Put SeTeu
Years Aims of Objects of
Those Interested in tbe
Cheaper than other aereated waters. All families should use Sparklets In
otr All lti WiJInr. ORUGCISTS ul Sunkntut on ilia liUnlj
.r tuppuej wiui ai'AKKLEld.nauitprcrir.J Doiutt.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
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Honolulu - Tobacco - ,Co.. -"'Ltd..
1 Co. Fo.r and Mekhant Stdiiti "
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
TlxWorll Rvvn.l BnnJ of Clim
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P U R I T A NO 6.
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
TRY THEM. NONE BETTER.
IrcbJtMts, Contractors and Bnllders
Jobbing : Promptly ; Attended ; To.
WM. T. PATY,
Stor. nd Omc. Flttlnr
Pl.o. ul E.Mn.Us FuiQlib.!.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR & CO
Architects and Builders
: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Jaian8t in both
. White, and Fancy,
of all uiza.
in Blue and White.
Co W. Pt
F, W. Bmdil.i
P. O. Dot tt!
BBARD8LEB & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4 Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I. , ...
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ILL KINDS,
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Qnoon Ktrflnt. Hnnnlnln
in larije variety,
Lewsrs & Cooke,
A Specialty t
FLAT TOP DESKS
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'6
y FOR TYPEWRITERS
Call and tec (hem,
We also have a
Fine line of .
IN ALL SUES
Hundreds h vie in thia city.
Vo rear of old stand, Entrance on King
.Wet. 6.Vri left at either shop, or offic,
at John Nott'r ilare, Klnt; street, will re
;i promp ititr.'.ioo, MM't
ilcDPY Wnise & Cn
Tlin coming confercm-e of tho Nation
al Municipal ague to boilidd at Mil
waukee, Rpptemixr 19, 2-).tl, U nl.-cj.lr
attracting the tteatlon of .Indent, tit
municipal que.tlom In ill aiu of
the tountry. Tlw nintll j irnml.'j In
be of exceptional liitemt lioeaute of
the wide diversity jf iniblM (1 th it w'.ll
be trcatid and the personnel of.thoiu'n
Mho Mill attend.
The I-eague liait .itbllnbrJ n.iluor
for Itself ,lri the-timbllf mrinl anil Us
effort have botitr abmidai t .trull',
thougli not nlvra to tho degree 'le
aired by those tnr,at n-.-'.tvely lilentnled
with Its work. Ir. its meinbHrdilu ure
Included many men not -only of promt
nenco In their respective communlthi
but of national reputation for their re
search Into and writing! on the muni
Tho National Municipal league ha.
now been In existence six years. It
was the outcome of the National Con
ference for Good City Oovernment,
hold In Philadelphia In January, IK!) I,
which brought together from all pariH
of tho country, men and women who
had long given 'special tnought to tho
municipal problem.'1 It discussions
showed clenrly that the many and so!
rlous defects recognized In Amerlinn
municipal Institutions are practically
tho same throughout the country They
orlso from permanent and general, not
from temporary or local causes. Com
plaints may vary In form or degrci,
but tho general situation Is substantial
ly tho samo In all the great cities of the
The deductions to be drawn from tbo
deliberations ,of that conference won
these: Tho municipal problem cxhts
because a prevalent sense of right in
favor of municipal efficiency and hon
esty does not exist. Tho Natlon.il
Municipal Lcaguo was organized nn.l
has been working to supply thlslack.
From all sides enmo tho samo story
wastefulness,' inefficiency, all too fre
quent scandals ,n public life, and the
rule of the least estimable and the least
Tho problem wilch confronted the
Lcaguo was: How Is a now era for our
cltte to bo Inaugurated how are we
to abolish wastefulness and Inefficiency
and secure the onactment and enforce
ment of good lawn and tho selection of
men of trained ability and procd In
tegrity for all municipal positions, and
to prevent the success of incompetent
and corrupt candidates for public
office? The answer to this was by
creating an maintaining a deeper In
terest In municipal affairs and by creat
ing a public opinion and Bentiment thai
will bo Intolerant of anything short of
the best in all matters pertaining to
the welfare of our American municipal
ities Its purpose thus plainly Indicated, tho
National Municipal Lcaguo was organ
ized with Its objects sit forth In the
constitution as follows:
rirst. To multiply the numbers,
harmonlzo tho methods and combine
tho forces of all ,who realize that It Is
only by united nctbin and orgnnlza
tlon that good citizens ran secure the
adoption of good laws anil tho selection
of men of trained ability and proved
Integrity for nil municipal position,
or prevent tho success nf Incompetent
or corrupt candidates for public offiLe,
Second. To promote tho thorough
Investigations and discussions of I ho
conditions and details of civic adminis
tration, and nf tho methods for select
ing and appointing officials In Ameil
can cities, and of laws and ordnances
relating to such subjects.
Third. To provide for such meetings
nnd conferences and for tho prepara
tion and circulation of such addresses
and other llteintiiro as may seem lkely
to advance tho cause of good city gov
ernment. 'l'n this task the Ltagua has address
ed ItBulf .with 1111 increasing measuia
of Biiciess, Since Its formation It hat
steadily pursuod Its subject, Tliroii.ll
Wh.n the league was organised
lli.rp ere le.a than Mventy-fle re
form nrgsnliatlon. In the country
There are Dow one hundred and elan-
Inn .mil. led with the league and
nearly five hundred ore In eiUtenee
In the different rltiea. During till, pe
riod some of the aMoelatlons have
lap.ed, but their pl.ee. han been tak
en by others, so that the total ha
(wen maintained and gradual!) In'rreai-ed.
One of the most Importanljilecei of
work aeeompll.liid by tbe league Is
tho "Municipal Program" adopted by a
unanimous vote at the Columbus Con
ference In IMS Kach annual confer
ence of the league lias Ix-en character
ised by It distlnetlte features and th
Municipal Program or "Model Charter"
a It has In en designated, Is the logleal
outcome of the preceding atx )eara of
It aJ not until the Louisville Con
ference, In 1897 that the preliminary
steps were taken to formulate a pro
gram for adoption and to construct n
platform upon which municipal cam
paigns could he waged. The earlier
confer ntes Mere (looted to n con.ldei
atlon of actual municipal conditions,
nnd the paiiera read at these nwtlngi
dealt largcl) with the evil, and defects
of existing forms of municipal govern
ment At the meeting In Ixjulllle a
resolution was adopted providing for
the appointment of n committee to re
port "on the feasibility of a Municipal
Program which will embody the es
sential principles which must underlie
successful municipal government, and
which shnll also set fortfi a working
plan or system consistent with Ameri
can industrial and political conditions
forjputtlug such principles Into practi
This work Involved a task for wh'ch
few, If any. precedents existed. The
committee was working to crystallize
tho jresult of the experiences of Kuro
pean and American cities nnd at the
same tlmo to make the; result, of if.
labors practically nppllcable to our
Tho final report of tho committee,
under the title "Municipal Program,"
represented the results of two jears of
unremitting and painstaking endeavor
on tho part of the committee which
comprised such eminent men as Horace
E. Dcmlng New York, chairman; Geo,
,W. Outhrle, Pittsburg: Charles lllch
ardson, Philadelphia; Dr. Frank J.
Ooodnow, New York; Dr. I.eo 8. Uowe,
Philadelphia; Dr. Albert Shaw, New
York, nnd Clinton lingers Woodruff,
Philadelphia. In brief. It is a model city
chnrtcr; n program of reform, compre
hensive and fruitful In Its possibilities,
which have been justly characterized
TV. Ot Aohl FroM4Rt A kUattfloi
M. K, Nakiilna Vlo PMddsm
MakMual,, ...... ,..,,. ,,. ,,,.,.iTSMuesr
Knuob JMinmn. .Horiry
too, L. Dli. .,.... ,.,., ...Auditor
ItOAHl) Or DUttX-TOiW:
Tbe abor. Company will buy, 1mm,
ir mii unjj in aup.ru of in. Hawaiian
Island.; and abra I. bouM. In tb 1ty
A Honolulu for rent. II81M 1
4 f FlCI4fcEe
H.IMiALimiN , , ..Pmlo
B. CAstLL ri VkPtIJil
W. M. ALI XAMDl H .nj Vhf f resident
J. I. COtlk I ............ -Ta.iiw
W. O. SMITH Seaetaty and Aullt.r
Sugar Facitrs Md
Visitors are cordially invited tc
.all and inspect our nailery of life
Ue royal photos, from Kamehamehs
I. to date.
At tbe Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers ft Dealers
fW W. wtil Bay or U( aUal BttoUU
11 parts 01 in B001
BtU FfopctM on Maaior
'FFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Hawaiian Commtrchl ii Surar Co,
Olaa Sucar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klliel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugar, Co.
Kahulul Rallruad Company.
The CritfwiU tti riill S. S. U.
W. G. Irwin 1 60.
Western Hugar Ileflnery Co , of Ma
Ilaldwln Locomotive Works, al
ruiiaaeipnia, renn., U. H. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nitlonal
Cane fihrtdder), New York, U. S. A.
1. uuiauai & co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Boos, high grade Far
tlllzers for Cane and Coffee.
lleed'a Steam Pine Corerlnr.
AIJ50 OFFKIt FOK SALE
I'arafflnc Paint Co.' P. D. Palata
ami Papers; Lucol and Lin
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-Mater paint),
white and colors.
(liter Press Cloths, Cement,
CASTLE & COOKE
TU jm PU.UU-4 C.
TJ. W.Uliu Asrfe.lln.1 C. Li.i
Tk. KoluU Siij C.
Tk. W.Uau Sutu till C.
Th. K.Im ArrkuTlui.1 C.
Tk. Nlloa Iron Wmii, St ImMl ..
Tk. Slu4.r. Oil C. '
WmIm . Cwlrlfuf
U ?." S"1."! M IimiiwCiIIhii
Tk. Mia Fii. I.i. C. of HutfM. Utm
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
As one of tho lust pieces of constric
tion work ecr ilono by an organiza
tion devoted to the Improvement of
PER 8. S. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full line ot grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, dates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, craba, Eastern and California
ijstera (In tin and shell.) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A -all line of
canned goods. CAMARINOS' REFRIGERATOR
The firemen assigned to duty on tho
Allen & Robinson coal pile which was
discovered afire Monday morning, quit
work at about 7 o'clock today after
two das' work. No further smoke
was discovered. The engine used wjs
drawn to the fire station by a two
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 1G1 Fort street, from 11.00
per week up.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . .
-TatoAlllaW Aiwum Ci cl Li
Wm. G. Irwin ft Co.
Wm. 0. Irwin. .President and Manage
Claus Spreckols Vice President
W. M. Clirfard ...Second Vlco President.
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Trcas. and 8e.
Geo. J. Ross Audlto
AMarri or th
XJIANIO BTIAMSHIF COMPAKT
Q HAM fBANOIBGO. OAi.
P. B. R. 8TRATJOH.
Estate Broker "u.Mii-iug,uu,Lii
FlnnclJAgntd Collector r..,ll-
QUEBN ST.. - HONOLULU.
No. 0 Bethel St., near P. O.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To be bad for the money.
CLOaiNO OUT ALL OUR DOMKBTIO
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
rine Job Printing at
IsGESSLER'Ss; will refund
-fi MAGIC Si tho money
'flKEAMCHEi: If thoy rail
: TOPERS iitooure.
M,.Wf.WWt.,ii'-i VrlM 10 cut..
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a spcoialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Ualolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mad, ne, BU
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -s- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST ClASS WORK GlMRANTEbL
Union St. near Hotel i$ou
PROPOSALS FOR FIRE HOSE.
BlBWBl $ C6, UPD..
Oumo itrwi. HkoIuI. U I
Co . Honoiau S
Pluui. Lint Sin Fr )koP.cM kil. B wm
m -.. . uoi 01 DORrfB p.cktl.
LIST OF OFFICERS
0, M, Cooke, President) George te
KobertHOii, Manager) E. F, Bishop
Tieaxuror and Secretary) Col. W, 1,
Allen, Audit ir; P. a Jones, H. WaUr
liouw, neo. It. Carter, Directors.
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the yerv
best or everything else.
SeaItdpropnsil'il he received at the
ofhee of the Hoard of Commissioners of
the Honolulu Fire Department, until 12
o'clock in , Oct. 6th, 1000, for furnishing
looo feet of 2JJ Inch cotton-covered Plre
Hose, to be delivered within sixty days
after notlfica'lon of accept nee of tender.
All tenjttj must be accompanied by
, K. K. G. WALLACE,
Secretary HoarJ of Cainnilloiieis of the
Honolulu I Ire Department. ifijctd
lun.ral Hanaget ol
Th l(aUble Life Assuhdm 8ooiitf
Of th. Onltod Ht.tes for tb OivsUaa
Oiiw M.th.nt .trMt. Hoe
Fine Job Printing at
M. PHILLIPS k 00..
WbolMsl Importers nd Jobbtrs
oropein and Americm Dry nx
Fo t nd Qnecn BtrtsU.
H. HACKFKLI) k CO., Lirl
EHEBAL C0MMISS10H mm.
Dor. Fort and Queen Htreets Boaolaja.
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