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gygWNO BLBTIN. HOWOLOI.n, T. If,. FMDAY, SEPT. 14, 1906.
Store Closed, Regatta Day,
Saturday, September 15th,
Extra Quality VICTORIA LAWN. iO yards to the
piece; the regular $1.00 grade, which we have
been selling for8?c;
SPECIAL for Thursday and Friday only, 75c por piece
INDIAN HEAD, 27 inches wide, a limited quantity
only, at ... Qq 3 yar(
BUTCHER LINEN, j4 inches wide, the regular 2oc
Special while it lasts, 12 l-2c a yard
LIBERTY SATIN RIBBON in all widths up to 3 1-2
inches at SPECIAL PRICES for Regatta Day.
from $1.50 up.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF
Wo have them in the Myrtle and Healani Colors:
also in White
N S. Sachs Dry Goods Go Ltd.
Cor. Fort nntl Barotnnla .
Rainier Bottling Works M&iffflSB
aaaar Ml 11 1 M iMBBIM
A dozen or more brands of butter
have been Introduced here In this
A MI (IV
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
Is made from sweeter and richer
cream than any other.
It has the flavo- if Pure Cream,
With the fragrance of fresh violets.
This flavor and fragrance suit the
TRY IT TODAY.
C. Q, Yee Hop & Company.
TEL. MAIN 25).
le In a splendid position to secure for
carefully handled. Also Islsnd Poultry
Jasc E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 76.
in BOAT CLUB COLORS,
Its patrons tho very, best Island meat,
of tvtry description.
FORT 8T. OPP. LOVE BUM
Leader Lane Outlines
Work Expected Of
DIVISION OF HONORS
BETWEEN THE SECTIONS
KALEIOPU WITHDRAWS IN FAVOR
OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
TEACHER, FOR TEMPO-
Tho caucus of the Fifth District del
egates to the County Contention wan
held Inst night In tho l'ollce Court, the
Republican hcnJqunrlcrH proving too
small for tho gathering. .The meeting
was not' called to order till nearly S:SU.
an hour late.
The caucus was opened by a slioit
address hy Senator linc. Interpreted
liy KM Crawford, who said:
"Genllemrn, ns delegates of the
Fifth District we have gathered here
to discuss who we shall nominate fiom
tho Klfth DIMrlit. Tho most Import
ant Imalnets is the nomination of tho
Senators the district Is entitled to.
Next the six leprescntatlves. We alto
wish If possible to have harmony on
"1 am here to make suggestions to
you as leader of the Fifth for you to
accept or to nriiend. )u tho apportion
ment of Representatives I suggest that
the First, Second and Third Precincts
elect on.e, tho Fourth. Fifth and Sixth
one. tho Seventh, Klghth and Ninth
ono apiece, and tho Tenth nnd Elev
enth together, one; that Is six alto,
In tho apportionment of tho Super
visors, Honolulu is entitled to three
Supervisors, of which ono has been
conceded to our district by tho Fourth
"Tho Fourth lias laid down Uiat they
have nomination of tho Sheriff, tilt"
County Clerk nnd the County Attor
ney. They have granted that th6' Dep
uty Hlierirr nnd Treasurer shall cimie
fiom tho Fifth, while on tho office (it
Auditor botli districts shall bring In
"Tills was dono by tho leaders In
behalf of the harmony of the Uopubll
can party In tho County. Wc are here
as delegate nnd will go to the conven
tion to sco that jiuttcu and equality is
given to alt In this county.
"Another Important question, that
of a prepared ballot, which will have
imme3 of tho vaudldutcs on them and
which will bo cast Just as If at au elec
tion "Another Important matter Is tho
appointment of the temporary offlccra.
It has been cunccded by tho Fourth
Hint tho Fiftli should huvo the honor
of Hie trmiioiorny chairman and tho
permanent secretary, whllo tho per
manent chairman will bu from tho
lioth districts will have tho same
number, that Is ten, on each committee.
There were two nominations for tcm
lurury chairman, John lino and A. S.
Kalelopn, Tho latter withdrew In lav
or of l.tiue. One of the delegates pro
tected, us 1-itio was net a. member of
tho caiictit, Muleluu moved that John
Lauo lo declared the unanimous choice
lor temporary chulimuu. Thu motion
After a reading of I he names ol
Duma who wero elected us delegates
mid tho ones present hail been noted.
Chairman Lumi called for nominations
tor Senator. A. St. l'llaualu nominated
W. O. Smith, speaking highly of tho
recoid of that gentleman in the lust.
Mr. Joo Knlntiit proposed tho numo of
ti. II. .Malic, which received a second
trout all parts of tho loom. In sup
port of tho proposal. Mr. Knluua said
"Malic was heretofore u Mnuucli Homo
Uulcr, hut he Is now ulullntcd with the
Itcpuhllcun party urn Is elected as j
ilvlegutu to County Convention. Ho
Is working fur himself tin Indepen
dent man. If ho should be nomlnale.l
tomorrow ho would provo a strong
man for Ills party."
On motion of Deputy Sheriff Naono
of Kooliiulon, the secretary waa In
structed to cast, ono ballot fur tlio
nominees from th country districts.
Oscar V. Cot oT Walalun then placed
P. E. R. Strauch
$3500. On account iof 'dopnrluro for
Chicago, I offer for sulo tho heautl.
fill rctddcuco of Mr. Chuck Hoy at
Kumehnmelm IV, Hnad at HAW
COST. This ll-room building la
modern finished throughout, with
large, tjpaclotis verandahs. Fluu
Law 113. ltaro ornamental ami f rtitt !
trees and a coiibtnnt cool hroczu i
make this placo a most attractive, I
deslrnblo and healthy residence. I
Servant houses, wash houso, largo)
stables and chicken runs. Lot Is
170 x 210. Only ono block from car.
Small Cottage on Vineyard St. near
Cunhn Lane, Walking dlslaneo for
school and business. First comes
And other bargains.
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING STREET.
IffprcM to l'- Hull' tin
Kaltua, Kon'a, Sept 13. Delegate
to the Wnllukii convention held a rat
ification meeting In Kaltua on their
return. The-meellng wni well attend
ed and those who attended at Walltiku
iclalcd o their cunstltucntH nil that
Copious rains In North and South
Kona during the pait week hnvc great
ly benefited tho gruwlng cane and cof
fee. Miss Alleen Mngulre, accompanied
by her grandfather. J. A. Magulro of
I Incline, arrived In the Mautia l,oa Ihli
morning. Tho young ludy Is to enter
Mrs. I'aul Jar ret I nnd children after
an (njoynhlo visit In South' Kona, ar
rived by tho Koim liner this morning.
Mrs. Sam Allen, accompanied by
Mrs. I.ucy MeWayne nnd family, wdic
passengers from Kona In the Mauna
(Special hy Wireless.)
IIIIu, Sept. 11. The American-Hawaiian
freighter Kchraskan left for
San Francisco at, 7 o'clock last even
ing. "P" Flne "Jo Printing at the Bul
in nomination tho name of Link Mc
On motion by Kanalekauilo the nom
inations were closed, (,'halrmah Ijuio
scuggestcd that tho names bu not voted
on until all 'tho nominees were pres
ent, W. O. Smith being absent. A mo
tion for n rcceis of ten minutes wnj
Ilernard Kclekollo, tho "Hoy Orator,"
placed In nomination for representa
tive I'hlllp Sylvester Correa from the
Supervisors Andrew Cox protested
that the outsldo districts weru not al
lowed nn equal representation. He
contended that Wulnlua should have
one, Kwn one, and the Koolatis one.
Further that it was not fair that the
country districts should have unly two
leprcsentatltes out of a possible
OBcar Cox stated that the delegates
deed not bo afraid to allow Wulalua
ono representative as It had been
shown in tho Hoard of Supervisors
that tho Waialua representative had
done much for Honolulu. I'nlilu Mu
inaiilca and Joe Knlana seconded the
motion of Cox that the outsldo dlstrlclb
bo allowed three representatives.
The Hoy Orator .IUnlruw his nom
ination in order to allow the meeting
to proceed In order. The Cox motion
W. K. I.clecwi, from Koolau, John
I'uoo of Bwa and Knnlhoonul of Wul
alua wero nominated from tho outside
districts. Tho following men were
placed in nomination from thu town
districts: K. It. C. Wallace. Sam Pa
llia, A. S. Kulclopu, Joo Kalana, Syl
vester P. Correa. Naiuolelua, Henry
lacu, W. K. Itathbiirn.
Deputy Sheriff Naono of Koohiuloa
moved Hint tho secretary bo Instruct
ed to cast tho ballot for the three can
didates from tho. outsldo districts over
whom there was no dispute. Tho mo
tion was lost. licit Zablun's amend
ment that the balloting bu left till the
convention was carried.
Tho nominations for Deputy Shcrlir
wero next tuken up but dropped In
favor of tho more Important one ot
treasurer us It was stated that the out
sldo districts had no Interest In the
llrst named office.
F. '1'. P. Watirhouco was nominated
and on motion tho Eccrclnry was In
Mruclcd to cast the ballot tor thu en
tire delegation for tho Fifth for Mr.
For the position of Auditor .Joseph
II. Kuniiewa wax nominated and the
nominations wtrn immediately closed
and the secretary wa Instructed to
(ast thu ballot of thu convention foi
Henry laea In a short speech nom
inated J. S. Kalaklcla for Deputy Slier
. Joseph Kalana, In placing in nom
ination tho name of Henry C, Vlda for
Deputy SlterlfT hulil; "1 am continced
that with Henry V. Vldii'as tho He
publican nominee for Deputy Sheriff,
the Itcpuhllcun party will win out. Mr.
Vlda Is entitled to tllo offlco for hla
many services, particularly us chair
man of tho Fifth District during the
campaign of 1901, Ah audi chairman
the Fifth District ItepuhllcanH were
successful, which changed tho unsuc
cessful results of MOO nod 1902 when
W. C. Achl was chairman."
It was suggested that us Kalaklcla
was not pretenf tho ballot ho deferred.
Charllo Clark moved that tho meeting
proceed to ballot. On a standing vote
tho motion was can led by a vote ol
45 to 3. Ily it rising vote Vldu was
chosen by a very one.sldcd vote, only
three Achl delegates favoring Knln
Sam C, Dwinht and N. Fernandez
wero nominated fur Supcrvisoin fiom
the Fifth., Fernandez suggested that
thu balloting go over to tho 'conten
tion, hut upon motion It was decided to
proceed tu ballot. Out of 63 volca cust
Fernandez received 13 nnd Dwlght 10.
On motion of Charles Clark', thu
matter of tho representation of tho
tarlous precincts on thu convention
committees was deferred till tho con
Henry Vlda moved tuht each pre
cinct select a chairman, all these, to
meet ut the tenltorlal headquarters at
S a, m. today to decide tup representa
tion on thu convention business mill
other necessary work.
Delegate Kuhln addiessed the, meet
ing, stating that ho had noticed n
spirit of umiiKonlsm In tho caucus and
ho madn n strong plea for united party
action and harmony.
S, U. Desha of Hllo also addressed
ft . 'jHHsfcvHM'vTTiiiirjBP M
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It bu cured -more eases of Femaln
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Extreme I.asMludc, "don't-enro" nnd
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ability, Irritability, nervousness, slcc
lesMiess. llatulcney, melancholy or tho
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some derangement of the organs. For
and llackache of rHhtrttJC the Vegcta
bio Compound is unequalled.
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tiou k. riMtiiia mo. co., ir.s, msm.
The annual meeting of the Kngl
ncer's Associittlou was held last night
In the Kailolanliiilldliu:. Chairman
L.'. C. Drown presided. Tho following
wero elected to membership: F. J.
Cross, W. II. Itromley, W. U Frnzee.
Frwl T. Williams. W. D. liwell. It. D.
.Mead. Wm. Imgher, August Fries, C.
(J. Oweij, Umls I). Maynaril and Win.
Treasurer Pctrlo's report showed
$.V;s. I:' cash in hand, including tho
donation from thu Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association In aid of a cir
The election of ollltcra resulted to
the replacing of all offlceia retiring hy
unanimous utes. exiept iu regard to
the three city directors.
(.'Mali man IM ward C. Hrown.
Vice Chairman C. (1. llalleutync.
Secretary K. (1. Keen.
Treasuier T. H. Petrle.
Directors A. (Iarllc. K, Kojike.
Oi-o. F. Hush. Hunnliilu: A. W. Keith,
Hawaii; J. N. S. Williams. Muni; Nor
inan (irclg. Kauai.
The Chair uppoliitrd llic following
stnndiiig (ummittees for tho ear:
Flnanio O, I,. Soreusuii, A. tl.
llawci, Jr.. and Wm. Hall.
Library -Win, Soper. Hubert Men
otiKh and W. ti. White.
Topics--It. J. Prntt. W. A. Itamsay
and C. V. B. IVite.
Membership Guy (lere, Lester Pe
trle and II. (1. (llnnca.
Hntertalniiient-Capt. I C. Miller,
K. (I. Keen. C. M. Ivsted, I-0 II.
Wolf and V. von Da mm.
Secretary Keen reported letters fiom
public libraries of eastern cllles, ask
ing that papers; read beforo tho Asso
ciation bu furnished to them.
PLAN OF MOCRATS
Hllo, Haw-nil. Sept. 13. The Demo
cratic County Contention will ho held
nt Kohala on September 25lh, and
tho Territorial Convention at Honolu
lu on September 21. Nominations of
delegates occurred In all thu preclnclH
of tho Territory on tho evening ot
Thursday, September , The election
will occur on next Thursday after
noon, ijeptcmher 13, between thu
hours of 2 and K p. m. Hllo precinct
la entitled to twclvo ilolcgntcH In tho
County convention, and tho following
were nominated: Harry Irwin, David
Kwallko, J. A. M. Osorlo, T. J. Ityan.
W. J. Todd, Harry A. Knell. William
Nnlllma Sr F. P. Hento, J. II. Kn
mnhlal, D. M. Kimlll, K. Kekoa, N. Ku
ckua. The precinct is entitled to
Iwelvo delegates to tho Territorial
convention, Thero Is no contest Immi
nent for tho election, as thero nre
twclvo nominees, ait IoIIowh: C. M. Lo
Hlond, J. D. Kastou, CIiuh. Williams,
('has. Mngulre, Kalekn l'aalunl, Philip
K. Josepa, loane Mehau, II, Mua, J.
Oniihl, 11, Muauallhu, D. Aukul, Louis
CITED FOR" CONTEMPT.
The llbcllant 111 the divorce suit of
I Dolores Paul Purler vs. (leorge Tlioinuh
rornT tins inornini: iied ti motion to
hato thu libelee cited for loulempt
She alleged that ho had neglected to
obey, the ordijr of the court to pay hr
alimony pendente, Hla In the sum of 110
a week, being now $70 behind Iu his
payments, Judgo De Holt made out
an order citing Porter to appear befoio
him next Monday morning,
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