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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., THURSDAY, SEIT. 22, 1004.
Special Sals of the
r. & c. CORSET
Monday, ' Sept. 261k
These arc the most reli
able corset on the market
and consequently the most
Sec Bcrctanla Street
show window for reduced
prices and a glimpse of
Splendid new line of Ladles' Muslin Undcr
ear direct from New York manufacturers.
Very large assortment.
Another New Thing
Is the handsome blade spangled Bertha lace,
ready shaped for collars.
Ticket Throughout Deserves
Says Chairman Robertson
Solid Republican Support
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Company,
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
A, 0. M. Robertson, chairman of tha
Republican Territorial Committee, la
satisfied that the Republican ticket now
In the field Is deserving the solid and
enthusiastic support of Republican ot-
crs who should not bo misled by Inde
pendent movements or personal or fac
tional criticism of the ticket. Robert
son feels keenly the Independent can
didacy of Cecil Drown. Speaking of
the situation Chairman Robertson said
to a Dullctln reporter:
"Qood faith toward tho party obligat
ed Drown to abide by the voice of tho
ronvcntlon. He had no more right to
inn Independent than any other dla
tippolnted candidate, and It has placed
lils friends In n most unfortunate post
Hon. Before the cononllon It was
stated that Drown said he would bolt
If he did not get the nomination. Ilia
friends working In his behalf refuted
that Idea, relying on his good faith tn
Sbldc by the comention vote.
Ills coming out as nn Independent
candidate I regard as a direct Btao In
the face to his friends who worked for
htm In tho convention and amounts tn
throwing them down and playing Into
the hands of the enemy. Those who
worked for him are very much dlsap
pointed In tho stand he has token and
cennot now do otherlwse than repud
iate lils candidacy.
I understand that Drown claims he
was defeated through tho Influence of
tho Attorney General Improperly used
against htm. In my judgment. If offi
cial Influence was Improperly brought
to bear against him, the way to get rid
of the tll was not by bolting but by
working within tho party.
'Tho Republican party cannot afford
to see good men like Dtshop, Lane and
Dowsett defeated. I consider that our
ticket throughout deserves tho united
support of all party workers and all
RECORDS OFJHE BAIL MEN
Indlxldunl nnd team baseball ner-
ag( to date for the Honolulu Lcagw,
arc as follows:
O. A.D. 11.11. Pit.
J. Williams. II 14 !7 21 MH
Stecre, ! 16
Russell. E 17
" Drink Mr" AndWhatToDrinkt
Dr. Titus Munson Coan, In Harper's Magazine, declares In favor
of "Soda Water" for table use. "Soda Water (more properly
called Carbonated Water) whether manufactured or natural Is a
POWERFUL AID TO DIGESTION by stimulating the stomach
mJ also "probably aiding to dissolve the mineral Ingredients of the
food? Ils vy appftlzlng, It corrects acidity In the stomach
checks the disposition to nausea and cools the system In febrile
complaints and is Indeed the Ideal beverage for the water drinker."
AUy me not supply you with our beverages ?
Yours for health, first, last and all the time.
Consolidated Soda Water Works, ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7J
A. WIIHnniH, II 12
Korhes, I' 0
Joy, II 17
1'. Ferncndez, II 16
Cnnalho, It 5
i:ers, K 8
Hampton, M 17
Ulenson, II 14
Roberts, M 15
Vannattn, K. .......18
Richards, K 10
Knal, i: 17
White, i: 17
Wilder, B 11
Iemon, K 13
Kealoha, K C
Aylett, II 13
Woods, I. 15
Cusack, M 13
Iteutcr, K 1G
Waterhouse, 1'. C
Cogswell. M 17
Davis, M 13
Kokl, K 15
Louis, II 14
i:n Sue, II 10
YOU DO NOT STOOP BUT
STAND ERECT WHEN USING
The United States Rotary Washers
This Is the llahtest running machine on the market, 1 he
clothes are turned oacK ana iimr. iuiuuSn u. i i'
Uunlmell, B 17 C5 13
Grady, M 11 41 8
Sopcr, I. 10 32 fi
Klley, II. & i: 17 50 10
A. Cunhn, E 5 17 3
Jones, K 10 57 10
Desha. 1' 14 40 8
Zamlodi, K 17 58 10
C. Cunhn, 13 8 29 5
Ahrens, I' 9 35 0
Kekucwn, K 13 41 7
13. Fernandez, It. ...15 48 8
Sheldon, K 10 GO 11
LcbIIc, II. &K 7 21 4
Hardee, 1 5 18 .",
l.lslmmn, I. 14 50
Campbell, P. 8 25
Plunkett, K 14 55
Rynn, M 17 04
Wren. .M 7 23
Tucker, P 17 01
Moore, H 8 21
Robinson, M. , 11 33
Wllllama. I 11 37
Robinson, 1. ,8 29
Kin, 13 15 5l
.McNnmarn. M 9 21
MiCorrlston, I'. 11 32
Dclnrle. M 10 04
STOI.13N 1IA813 RECORD.
Elks 17 70
Mnlle , 17 72
Puliation 17 0
Honolulu 17 52
Kamchamehn 10 27
INDIVIDUAL HASB RUNNING.
'All stolen seu-n or mors bates.
Hampton, M 17 1C
Russell, 13 17 II
Dushnell, 13 17 ' 14
Cusack, M 13 12
Ran, M 17 12
Moore, 13 8 ID
Store, 1 10 10
Zamloch, E. , 17 10
Delorle. M 10 9
En Sue, II. ..; 10 S
Cogswell, M. , 17 8
Lemon. K 13 7
J. Williams, II 14 7
l.oula, II , II 7
Gleason, II 14 7
Woods, 1' 15 7
White, 13 17 7
UiiKo lilts off Delivery:
I.I. II.D I'U.
Hampton. M. .7? 91 69 .01
Richards, K 89 01 .08
Zamloih, 13 119 I0"i .70
Yet you toss about all night, unable to
sleep. It's your nerves that are un
ttrung. Weak nones nro starved
nerves and you therefore need some
thing to nourish and put vim and vi
tality into them. For this particular
duty Hon tetter's Stomach Hitters Is
highly endorsed by physicians. It Is
also Invaluable In cases of Poor Appe
tite, Insomnia, Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Weak Kidneys, Biliousness and Mala
ria, Fever and Ague. We hope you'll
tiy it at once.
Get the Best
No matter what you are buying, it always
pays to get the best. Ever sit kown next to
a kerosene lamp and try to enjoy a good
book ? Impossibility. Excessive neat dis
pels all idea of coir fort.
There is no heat if you use incandescent
electric light, but there arecomfortsand con
If you are one of those wide-awake citizens
who desire to get the best for their honest
money then phone us tor information.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
'Phone Main joo.
I umce king br, nearAlaxea. Thone Main jos. &
Struck out reiord:
BRIGHT'S DISEASE AND
Znmloih, E 14.1
Desha, P 59
Joy, II 13S
Rlchnrds, K S9
Wren. M 52
Hampton, M 91
Hardee. I' 41
Cnstli-, P 51
Castle. I" 61
Znmloch, i: 119
Hampton, M 91
Richards, K 89
Desha, I', 59
Wren. M 52
Joy, II 138
Iteutcr, K 49
Democrats of Fifth
The Fifth District Democrnts met In
caucus last evening nnd endorsed th.
following tor Representatives: John
Drnmclulh, R. II. Trent, Jesse Makal-
tint, David Kuplhea, 1). Damlen and
Kamahu. As It was decided to give
two places on the ticket to country pre
cincts nnd these were not represented
at (he ciunus, two of the nboto names
v. Ill probably bo pulled down for the
The cnacus lasted until 11 o'clock.
tli main qucMlon of debate being the
Democracy of Kuplhea and Makalnal.
Knplhen Is a Home Rule member of tho
Hens nml Makalnal until a few days
ago 'was the vlic president of the Home
Rule party. There wcrt' many who be-lleu-d
soma literal evidenco of a change
of heart tdiould ionic from the two
men. Mr. Emmeliith advocated that
they bo required to sign a ract-irou
pledge, which would bo couched In
wicli terms as to leae no question of
the Democracy of Ilic signers. F. J.
Testa suggested that tho two candi
dates lw taken before the central com
mittee and put through a vigorous ex-
almnatlnn before they bo granted th
tight to wear the Democratic badge.
Theso arguments had little weight
with the majority prevent, who wcro
ready to aciept Kuplhea nnd Makalnal
un their parole.
The Fifth delegates will hold anoth
er caucus Friday cenlng. Tho Sena
torial question wns not up at laiit
New Shipment Of
Crystal Springs Butter
There Is no gue.swork about Crystal Spring. Butter and never
any variation in the quality. You can order It at all timet with the
ab.olute confidence that It Is perfectly pure and sweet. We send It
out In neat cardboard carton, that keep it from contact with other
food. In the Ice chest We have Ju.t received a large new shipment
on the "Sierra".
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.,
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
Merchants' Parcel Delivery.
Parcels, Furniture, Baggage, Etc., moved
to any part of the Gty. Will meet steam
ers and check outgoing baggage. Prompt
and reliable service.
'Phone Main 109.
suds, cleaning them without rubbing them to pieces. This
Is our second shipment and parties who have used these
machines speak very highly of them.
IHEO. H. DAVIES & Co., Limited,
J. HOPP & Co.,
Of King and Bethel Streets, have received
a fine shipment ot Ostermoor Patent Elas
tic Felt Mattresses. These are now on
sale. Anyone looking for health, comfort
and sleep should not fall to Inspect these,
as they are the best mattresses made for
NEW LINE OP
Clothing, Pajamas and Neckwear, Ties,
San Francisco, Sept. 1, 1904
To Honolulu Drug Co.
Thero are dally occurrences In this
city that ought to bo known all over
the world. A guileless old gentleman.
an octogenarian, n distant relatlvo of
Robert Fulton of first steamship fame,
has saved tho lives ot hundreds" (prob
ably tbousande) after thoy wcro be
lieved to be beyond human aid. His
discovery Is undoubtedly tho long
sought euro for Drights' Dlseaso and
This Is not easy of belief and It Is
tho purpose ot a number of business
and professional men of this City (of
whom I am ono) to tell tho people. You
aro hereby authorized to toll alt thoso
In your City who havo either Bright'
Dlseaso or Diabetes that nearly nine
tenths ot them can recover. Among
tho business men who aro giving mor
al and financial support and who would
givo neither If tho above was not
strictly truo, aro Hon, D. M. Durns,
President Candclarla Mining Com
pany; Edward Mills; rrcsuicnt uuuocic
& Jones Company; Captain Roberts,
President Doca and Loyalton R. R. Co.;
Tlioa. Klrkpatrlck, Capitalist; D. E.
Bender, Capitalist; W. C. l'rlco, Cap
italist; Win. Sharp, Capitalist; C. W.
Clark, Capitalist, and many others.
Tho pamphlets herewith aro to bo giv
en to all Inquirers without charge.
Thoy glvo tho complete history of our
long and exhaustive Investigation.
A. E. SHATTUCK.
Prosldent Taciflc States Typo Foundry,
BISHOP & CO.,
Established la ISM.
Fourth District Workers
Plan the Campaign
Tho meeting of the pros ident of pre
cincts with the Fourth DUtrii t Rcp.ib
lkan committee last ulght resulted in
the accomplishment of n lot of Import
ant work. Tho requirements of each
precinct was minutely presented by a
precinct leader and steps taken to iocr
tho ground effectively.
The banner raising nt Fourth Dis
trict headquarters tomorrow night vas
discussed and arrangement!, completed.
Thero will bo music, speeches nnd fire
works. The speakers selected for tho
occasion arc A. (1. M. Robertson, Kulilo,
13. F. Illshop, J. M. Dowsett, Juiru Lane,
V. V. Harris, John A. Hua'hes, Citilos
Long, Frank Andradc.
Tho conference agreed upon the fol
lowing schedule ot meetings In tha
Fourth next week: Monday, Kaknako;
Tuesday, l'auoa; Wednesday, Mnnoa;
Thursday, Punchbowl; Friday, Molll-
111; Saturday, Aula Park,
J. Undo, Hotel St. Store.
CAPT. CAMERON'S FUNERAL.
NEW Wilt PIPE
Assistant Superintendent ot Public
WorkB J. II, I low land has prepared the
following list of streets wherein water
pipe of the sizes mentioned arc about
to be laid:
Miller street, from Ueretanla to I.iibO,
IC2S feet of 8-Inch pipe.
Ileretnnln, cast of Punahou, GMjO feet
of 8 inch pipe,
Queen, from Nuuanu to King street
bridge, 1500 feet of 8-Inch plpo.
Queen, from South to end ot street,
3160 feet ot 8-Inch pipe.
Vineyard, from Miller to Llllha, I7G0
feet of 8 Inch pipe,
Llllha, from Judd tn School, S0S0
tret ot 8 Inch pipe.
Puliation, from Ileretnnln to Wilder,
ISO! feet of 8-ltich pipe.
School, from bridge to Nuuanu, 550
feet ot 18-Inch pipe.
Pensocola, from Ueretanla to Luna-
lllo, 1000 feet ot 8-Inch pipe.
Pllkol, from Lunalllo to Wilder, 1300
feet of 8-Inch pipe.
Wilder, from Punnhou to Sea view,
1000 feet of 6-Inch pipe.
Wyllle, from Llllha to Puunul, 910
feet of 6-lnch plpo.
Puunul avenue, from Wyllle to end
of Puunul, 2C20 feet ot 6-lnch pipe.
Kceaumoku, from Lunalllo to Wilder
ONentiP, 1200 feet ot 8-Inch pipe.
Smith, from Ueretanla to King 1U12
feel of C-lnch pipe.
Pauahl, from Fort to Ithcr, 1300 feet
of C-inch plpo.
Hotel, from River to Alakca, 0000
feet ot Cinch pipe,
Notloy, from Knmehamcha road to
end ot street, 1000 feet of 6 Inch pipe.
Young, east ot Punahou, 2870 feet ot
8 Inch plpo.
Tho funeral servlcea for tha lalo
Captain Cameron were held yesterday
afternoon nt the Cameron home on
Ueretanla ntrcct. The nervU-o wns con
ducted by Rov. W. M. K'.nrnlJ. Music
was rendered by u quartet consisting of
Mr. and Mrs. Hall, .Mrs. Damon anil
Mr. Logan. Thoro were many bcautl-
fill floral trlbuteri.
Tho pallbearers woro; R. (Irlgjs
R. Rose, Captain T. K. cinrKc,
Transact business In all department
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Dank of Call
fornla and N. M. Rothschild ft Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. ot
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cablo transfers on cjnina
and Japan through tho Hongkong
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Dank of India, Australia
Intorcst allowed on term deposits at
tho following rates per annum, vis:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 3 par cent.
8lx months, at S 1-2 per cent
Twtlve months, at' 4 psr ctnt
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, tie.
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL ST.
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, li
accordance with Rules and Regula
tions, copies of which may be obtained
Agents for Fire, Marine, Life, Acel
dent and Employers' Liability Insur
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel St
Claut Spreckels. Wm. G. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.,
San Francisco Agtnts The Ne
vada National Bank of San Franclato.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tional Bank ot San Francisco.
London The Union of London an
Smith's Bank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Iloofl-kong-Shangbal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank of Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans male oo
approved security. Commercial aad
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Bx
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII. LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL.., t209v90J
PAID UP CAPITAL StOO9vM
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Roblnswn
Cashier W. Q. Coeatr
Office: Corner Fort and King 8U.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received an
laterest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate ot 4 1-2 per cent per annas.
Rules and regulations furnished us
n application. .
When to suspect Brlghts Dlsense Ca,)taln Simerson, Jocoph M. Little.
nuffy ankles or hands weakness with'
out vlslblo cause Kidney trouble aft
er third month falllnc vision ono or
Weekly Bulletin, $1 a Year Mutiilnie co., Fort .
Captain Macaulay, Captain l.oroiuen,
Kdwln Hughes. Burinl was In tho
Havn vnur old Panama hat mads
like new. (Robe Clothing House.
The YokotiamaSpeciB Bank, Ltd,
Capital Subscribed Yen 24.000.00P
.,,.L T j i. .ui .' Capital Paid Up Yen 18,000,000
Will be dlacuited and all their most "?" " ven o aso.oot
f. ----It .1...II- U..II...J t- BAT. IID.HI1.U . MUM ,..--' . .
imcrcsiiiiy uciuiiB vApiMinvu 111 or,,-, ,,... sf?pi.f? uninuiui
riCMU Wrrifb, IWHWnninn.
BRANCHES Bombay, Hongkong, Ho
nolulu, Kobo, London, Lyons, Nags
sakl. Nowchwang. New York, Pe
king, San Francisco, Shanghai, Tl
Tho bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans
acts a general banking business.
Weekly Bull.tln. J HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KtUQ ST
By MR. DOOLEY.
The BU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
Ea, publisned In the 8aturdsy Bulls
In and the Weekly Edition, gives a
onclse and complete resume of all Is
ial notices, calls for tendeis, Judg
nents. building permits and real s
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 cents per month.
i of ver.
.EATHER GOODS, MATCH BOXES,
OCKET MIRRORS. THERMOME--ER8,
CORK8CREW8, RULERS and
ICHOOL SUPPLIES; PREMIUMS
f every description, at the LOWEST
!ICE8. Also a fine line of ALUMI
NUM GOODS. Up-tO-Datt BUSINESS
Men use our goods to advertise theirs
nd plesse customers. Writs us If In
td of anything.
. THE SAULNIER MFG. GO,
80 MELR08E Ave. NEW YORK. N.Y.
If everybody was famous thero would
be no ono to applaud.
Illank books ot all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every -capacity and ds
crlption made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
ourposei a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK ana repair
txecuted at shortest notice. .