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EVUNINO' TJUM.HTIN. HONOLULU T. H TUESDAY, SEPT. A, 190.
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A dressy affair for any occasion. Very much out of the
fc ordinary and Justly popular for Its fine fitting mialltles. a -
- aatlafactory accompaniment for a party oovrn, or equally ac- -
S- ceptabte for less formal occasion!. 3
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NO HEAT Non ODOR TO THE
COOL EVENINGS ARC COOL WHEN YOU HAVE IT.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
. PHONE MAIN 330.
Senator McCandless Is
Jealous of Ewa's n
ARCHbR INCIDENT UP TO
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 4, 1906
V more good things from the Hobron
1 stock and more clerk to serve patrons
V! after the two days' rest.
$' The Hobron store Is open and the
w cale will continue until all of Oie h
V! poods arc dlr.poted of. Detter bar- It
gains 'or you a larger assortment jjj
p and tow prices.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
We are always In the lead for Pure
Soda Water of the Best Quality.
New management; latest methods.
Prompt attention to orders and quick
delivery. Everything manufactured
under practical supervision.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
1 TclcLhone Ma(iY7J
I, O. 8. LEITHEAD MANAGER
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO..
J J -JexnmR--RraanMaa
OUR FUNERAL RATE8 for the poor
and middle classes are as follows:
18.50, $12 50, $15.00, $18.00; Middle
Class, $25.00, $35.00, $40.00, and up
ward to suit.
We can he found at all hours of the
day at our office and by Phone Main
179 and all hours of night by Phone
1120 FORT ST.
Hotel Street Store
HA8 A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DEPOT FOR B088 OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
DELEGATES ELECTED IN 8IXTH
PRECINCT OF THE FIFTH DIS
Senator "Link" McCnndlcss of llio
Sixth Precinct uf tho Filth District
was In town early this morning chat
ling with friends. Whllo he gloried
In I.ow'h victory over Archer nt IJwn
Inst Saturday, stilly some nnonittifi!K
watt tlcnily visible In the Senator's
physiognomy. Ho Kept Chnrllo Hm
lace wondering what tho troulile wan
until Supervisor Jack Lucna Jolneil the
l.tinch. No sooner hnil the Supervisor
arrived thnn the Senator exclaimed,
"Jackie, 1, nn hehnlf ol the Itcpub'l
inns of tho Kwu l'reeliiet, want the
cnnlrol of the It(iail Depnrlineiit. Wo
must have It, Jackie, and 1 think wo
night to have control of It Instead of
mi Independent man, or one who pro
poses to buck the party' regular nom
inee lor Supervisor."
The Hcnnlor proposes to sec that
the control of the Itoad Depart men I Is
put under Republicans and not lnds
pendcntH or Home Hulers.
Sanguine Republicans no dniiht will
support Senator McCandlCHs' position,
hut It Ih hcllcved tho Supervisor" will
mpport their fellow memher, Arrhcr.
The situation presents n serious
thought for the polltlrnl lenders nnd
perhaps the day Ih not far distant
when n solution will ho reached.
Supervisor Archer, whose xcalp Sen
ator Mct'andlcsii Ih niter, n chal
lenged last Saturday when ho present
ed himself to vote, hy Low. On being
challenged he nppeuleditn the JiiiIros,
who allowed his vole to pass. Tho
matter will now ho drought to the at
'entlon of tho County Committee. It
NAME OF STOCK
C Prtwtr ft Co ...
Eva rianianoii lo ....
Hawaiian Aatlcuilsf J C
Htw Com Ik Sucir Go.
Hitnomu Surar Co .. .
Hnnokaa Sue.' Co ...
Haiku Svtar Ci-...-Kah
jku 1'lantaeofl Co .
Klhrl Plantation Co Ltd
Klpahutu Sural Co ...
Voina Surar Co ..
Wtlrya Surar Co .
Gah'l Sua ar Co ... .
Onoinra Suftar Co.. ...
OnVala Sar Plant Co
Olaa Eufii Co Lit -.. .
Olowalu C.i .
pacliu- upar mhi,,
Pala Plantation f.'o
Ptpeakao Saaar Co
llonf p i Mm Co
Walalua Agricultural Co
Walluku Sucar Co St I
Walmanalo Surar (!n
rtar-lalanJ Staam N Co
Hawaiian Elccttk Co ..
Him RTALCn Co
Mutual Talffhona Co
Oaku HILU ...
Hllo RalltnaJ Co
Hon. U. fiM (io
HawTtraV re .
Haw Tarr'l aH p c...
Haw finy n t
C. All. Sue Hal Co. 6o.t
Haiku Su$r Co n p c
Haw t out buc 1.0 f pi
Haw Sucar Co6pc ...
Hllo KKCa t-nn 6 p c-
t nnn k 1 at l i.n 0 p ;M
OjI.u RlkLCnepc -
Iuanu sugar loo pc H
Pala Plant .o
I Plonaar Mill Co A p C M
Walalua AcrkCot pc
Val4 Ur i '
w Cr fo
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I "." inr
130 5 rt
3 Jtl C
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Hill iiji 1
S.ile4 nctween Hoards 7 Ka. J7;
10 Klhcl. S.r,0; 100 Klhel. (9.70; 15
Oaliil Sup. Co, $12(1; 27 O.1I111 K11K. Co.,
I2H; CO O.1I111 Sub- Co.. $120; 30 Me
Hrjile, ."i.S7',i; 50 Hohok.ii:!. JI1. Ses
sion: ." llonokna, tll.li1;; r0 ia,
Latest sugar quotation, 4 cents, or j
$80. per ton. '
LONDON BEETS, 9s, 4 1-2(1
Thislen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. 8toc(( and Bond Ex
change. 012 FORT ST. ItEL MAIN 12.
Will build you up
when you're feel
ing run down. Its
Home of Good Things
P A I A1 lce Cf8ani Parlors' Canlly F,ctory'
I HLITI Bakery and Lunc) Room
Nesselrode Frozen Puddlnjj
When ordering a frozen dessert, trtose who are the most par
ticular and who desire extra quality will find no other that will be
so highly relished as Nesselrode. It retails for $l.AO per quart.
A few of the fancy French Ices we manufacture promptly up
on receipt of order, arc: MOUSESS, GLACE8 AND FRAPPE8.
When you want an extra fino brick Ice cream, ask for NEA
POLITAN. We make It In alt sizes and different colors.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sometlmei "the price of peace" Is
the same as the rate charged for Bul
letin want advertising.
i Anton for litre nt Tcr. Stables.
Sclssorn. saws, sharpened Webb's.'
Japanese Inxe for nccnil days been
decorating the grnxes of their people,
acconllng to the ciHtom.
AmlManl Trcniiircr ll.ipal today be
gun n vacation of n month. He will
spend the larger part of it In Hllo. j
A oung lady Mxtcrii jeafs of iirc
desires n position to take (are of chil
dren. See ml on Sth page, this Issue.
Clerk James Thompson of the Su
preme Con it has hecn given a two
weeks auitlon. He will spend It on
Maul and Oaliu. i
S. Keiiui offers himself for Repre
sentative of the Fourth District. Ile
has worked for Lowers & Cooko 11 j
car nnd Lewis & Co'., Ill je.irs.
V. H. Marshal Z. It. Hendry wh pre
sented hy Harmony Iidgc, I. O. 0. I".
last night with a veteran's Jewel. He
Ik the oldest I'ntt (Iriind of that lodge,
of which ho Iiiih been u member foi
over twenty-iilne yearH.
Daniel McKentto died )elcrd.iy
morning nt tha (tiecn's Hospital. Mr.
McKcnzle wa n cnriicnlcr. The man-liii-Kw.t
(ornri of Ilrrctanla and
""nihbottl stretts was once owned by'
h'm ,,' , ' I'lt'llHILIIUI
i nc l'ortugiieHC Itepilliilran dun
met lait night In San Antonio Hall, A,
(!. Corren wai cndnrscil ns the l'or
tiigticm tandlilalc for ItepreseiitatUe, '
receiving 2H voIch Io 9 polled for M.
C. Pachcco. the only other name prc
The Kaonohiuknl.t I'a-u Itldern Clulil
celehrntrd lihor Day hy n parade niul
ltiau. They met at the renldente ol
Mrs. Mzzle K. 1'iiahl In Kaploliml
Park, and latei itnrted Inward Kaplo
liml Park, finally exhibiting thiough
tho city streets.
At ltoy.il ilnwallan Hotel I'rlit.i)
evening. .Seplcinher 7, reception and
nance to California editors. All Inrii
out to gle them a welcome; especial
ly the lloyal nlixid of the Islands. You
arc nlwaK welcomi nt jour hotel the
Hawaiian. II Hewn, nianiicer.
Chat lea AM Aonn petitions thai he
be appointed guardian of the estate ol
Mrs. Kmma Kiiacwalhau, his mother,
who Is In tho Insane asylum, mid in
unable to look nfter her affairs. The
estate ronslstH of l.ll.'i aires at Wiil.i
kei. Hllo. tallied nt JI.M'.O, (IS7.05 in
eauli. nnd n house valued at $ 1 .10.
Herniary Atkinson haK looked
through the record of the trial of the
son of llcv. Mr. Mnnase, who wns sen
tenced to be hung for murder In Cull
lornla. lie has found borne extenuat
ing clrciimstanccH and will report on
the matter to (lovernor Carter, who
will forward the rcpoit to the (iosti
nor of California.
Mm. Kalco, u pa-u rhlcrr while nt
Mm, I.. K. Puahl'H re.tlileme In Kn
plohinl Park, started to try u horse
The flowing pa-u frightened the horse,
which reared ami iiiir-calrd Mrs. Kn
lea. who fell heavily to tint ground
Kho was plcktil up Inscnslhln and at
tended by the army dnclor nt Camp
McKlnlcy, who pronounced her muter
Ing from a nasty scalp wound.
Cnptaln (Ireen today celebrates the
twenty-rlfth onnlvrmary of his nrrlv.il
In Honolulu. During all this time he
Ii.ih slept away from the city only one
night, thirteen years ago, when he vll
Iteil Walmanalo ns a guest of J. A.
Cummins. During the thirteen jtsirt.
Ill which the gallant captain has been
(itietnker of tlm Capitol, ho has never
missed a day from the beetle of his
Have you ever heard of any other
results from the use of a gas stove In
Honolulu? We do not get any com
plaints, and when people have a kick
It Is against a source of expense,
Down here It Is the Ice man, never
the gas company, because the gas
stove In the kitchen Is a money earn
er,' svery dollar saved Is one earned.
You might as v.ell begin now.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
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NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Gold Watches and Bracelets
NOW IN STOCK
Good Movement with Solid 14-Karat Gold Case, from ....
Solid Gold Bracelets
Solid Gold Banglce
Also Large Assortment of BACK COMBS
FINE WATCH REPAIRING and ENGRAVING 'A SPECIALTY,
M. R. COUNTER,
THE LEADING WATCHMAKER.
Y. 8UGA SHOTEN,
Wholeanle nnd Rutftll Llqunr Denier,
! Big Stock of Japanese and Ame.-lcan Liquors. Banzai Saloon In connection
itTia.c.1 ru mriu 8THEET3.
POSTOFFICE BOX 881. TELEPHONE MAIN 81V
WILL TELL YOU
If you ask him which
flour he prefers, that
produces the best results.
It Is uniform In quality,
absolutely pure and makes
bread which It Is a prlv
lege to eat.
H. ffackfefd & Co., Ltd.
Ludwigsen & Jungclaus,
will ho remembered that nhniit two
weeks ago Archer was ousted from the
Republican precinct club nt Kwn on
motion of L. L. MtCanilleiitt, hut was
iclnstntcd on enrolling again.
Had a resolution accompanied the
motion Instructing tho eecretaiy not
to allow Archer to register again, then
tho sciretary, at least, would liafs
been stayed until tho question was
settled by tho County Committee on
appeal; hut as It was tlicro was noth
ing Io prevent Alt her from enrolling
Low contends now that Archer had
enrolled when tho roll hook wan closeil
after tlm meeting for the nomination
of thr candidates for delegates tn the
convention on tho Slth tilt. Archr
laya that ho signed tlm mil again be.
foro 10 o'clock nt night of that day.
On thin point the rulo seems to ho
clear that tho roll book was to ho kept
open until 10 o'clock, Tho matter will
ho passed up to tho County Committee
for settlement. Should tho committee
decide In favor of Archer, then Albert
Waterhousc, w ho ran on Archer's tick
et, and for whom Archer voted
last Saturday, will ho tied with Thou,
Kalawula, and Darcy of tho winning
The resultH of the balloting for dele,
gates In the Sixth of Iho Fifth were:.
County Convention - 12 elected: Jno.
Kernunilez, 171; L. L. MtCandleas.
111'.'; Jus. I.OW, llil, John Paoo, llio,
lien (vane, lfiK; D. Kaohl, 157; Jno. lie
Fries, 15fi; Chafi. Pooloa, 15(i; Charles
Arnold, 156; Darey, ISI; Tom Kalawa
la, IM; II. M. Makl. 151.
Territorial Contention: Jos. Ku
litiwii, S. Hookuiio, V H. Kahumoktl.
oiinday, September 9,, Is the day set
for tlm opening matches in men's doti
hies at llalelna Manager II Id good
ban presented two handsome loving
cups to ho awarded tho winners. The
hotel management and the rallroud are
making their usual goncrous arrange
meiitH for tho comfort of tho players.
Teams will enter from Walalua, Kwa
nnd Honolulu and thlH feature will
rreato sharp rivalry. The cups ore
on view In a Fort street window of
i:. O. Hall & Son. Players deslilug
to participate should hand in their
nniiies at omu to V. P. Itoth or C. C.
Maui Completing i
PLANS TO !
Word has been rceclted from H. K.
Kellluoi. Kcrrctary of the Maul County
Central Commlltee. that tho Castle
'Knlghls of Pythias ball nt Walluku
has been engaged for the .Territorial i
roiuenllon, which will take place In
that city on August 8. Messrs. Itohln
,iiin mil Filler liatn been apiMilnted as
!:i reteptlon ei'inmltlro to look after
'the needs of tho delegates as they ar
rive and to see (hat they are properly i
housed, Judge Kcpolkal has suggest
ed that the convention he called to
order at ! a. m, In order that the litisl
i ncss of the day may ho transacted
early and ccrono ho prepared for
the ltiau which will bo given In tho
MANY DIFFERENT KINDS.
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Cloth
Floor, Hat, Window, Bottle,
Sanitary, Bath, Radiator,
Tumbler, Furniture, Crumb,
Brle-a Brae, Dust, Feather,
Hoof, Mane and Tall, Scrub,
Shoe, Stove, Polishing, Silver,
Also Spider Brushes for
SEE OUR WINDOW DI8PLAY.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Berotanla 8ts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
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PUKE TRErARED TAINT I
Pure Prepared Paint Is ready for imv
mediate use. Scientifically mixed rt
and ground by modern ma-
chlnery. Sold by A
JLEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.!'
177 S. KING ST. ;i
DURABLE AND ATTRACTIVE.
For Sale Made In Mission Style a)
To Order. '
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU ST. P. O. BOX 99.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loan and In
Office: Melntyre Bldg., Honolulu. T.H.
P, O. BOX 265. PHONE MAIN 141.
Lewis & Company,
169 KING 8TREET. 'PHONE 240,
Ladies' White SilK
In J 6, 20 and 24 Button Lengths
Direct from the Manufacturers
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E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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