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Those many little things that every
woman needs at
Big Saving Prices!!
Don't Miss This Opportunity
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods CoLtd,
Cor. Port ttncl Berotanlu
Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
" Corned Beef Hash
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
are some ot
Libby's ( Food Products
Ask your grocer for them
Our booklet, "Oood Thlnit. to Eat," milled fru, Semi
live J cent tsmi for Libby's Ulg Atlu of the WsilJ
Llbbjr. McNeill O Llbby
T. H. DAVIES & COMPANY, Limited,
. Wholesale Distributors.
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
C. B. REYNOLDS,
707 ALAKEA STREET NEXT 8AIL ORS' HOME.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Sloraje In Brick. Wxieh-juse,
126 Kin St. Phone Main 58
NOW Ail '
' MlpiV And press
And the Greatest Of
These Is The
Ulshop Ic:a.arlck of tilth Cplisc.op.il
Ian Jurisdiction )c-stcri'.i lidltered n
sermon on "(lie newspaper J.ijli'g
'there! li today no (actor so mighty
In Its far-rcaclilug power In Amcrlcuii
life us the uuvvsp.iper. 1 have) been In
ninny homes cm the mainland and on
tlioso Islands In which I liau seen uo
Ulble, no l'rajer llook, nu dangle; lu
the Cngllsli touguc, but I linve yd to
(mil n homo In which the newspaper
wns not present. 'I hose who own,
those who edit, those who patronize
the iipwapnperb have In the sIrIu ot
clod n tremendous responsibility. Ho)s
ami tjIrlH, young men mid joung wo
men, by millions, nre (ormliiK their
views ot koclul and political life from
the nuwspapcrs. Yen, there ure mil
lions who rind nothing elsu and whose
Ideas of virtue und lce, o right unit
wiong, are drawn largely from the
What stupendous responsibility this
means. Welt may we ask ourselvej:
What Ideas of our related life? What,
ideas of civic and business life are
millions or young people getting from
I lie newspaper-), with its columns Mil
or accounts of murders, ndultcrlcs und
robberies? Arc they getting a true
I Icluie or human lifer Are they learn
ing from this, their one supply ot
leading matter, uiiythlng or tho real
purpose ot life and Its iKnslblltlcsT
Are they gaining uny sense or responsi
bility towards Hod, uny sense of this
uiilullltig law ond Judgmeut?
Great Improvement. -
1 am glad to ndmlt that tho grrat
tUllr papers of the West, rrom Chica
go to California, or which 1 know
most, Unto Improvrd Immensely since
1 was a youth, thirty yearn ngo. Not
even lu the most yellow newspaper
would one now stc what I have bcoii
lu tho ureal dallies or that day. I
once saw In it Chicago newspaper in
tho wretched alliteration or the period
it tlarliiK headline) preceding an ac-
louut ot nn execution which irud
"Jerked to '-' ttnd then rollowed
the human name ot our blessed Ixird.
Other things I can remember In those
vcai-H when newspapers seemed to
think that the correct way to write
ut a dhorce, it crime, or even a ioi-
tow. was to employ h humorous style,
and religious subject were. It seemed
tu me. usually sneered ut. liiu per-
koiiuI abuse which editors helped upon
euch other wus often such that nu pa
per would put such mutter Into print
Newspaper Men Don't Drink.
Again. In tho personnel or newspa
per men lliero wus n tlmu when many
ingaged In the work were supposed to
i.i hard drinkers. Today sucli wuuui
find It dlMlcull to get on n paper. 1
linvn lor jearrt counted ns my allied
friends newspaper men, whose frleud-
sliip 1 huvi ulued und whose cli.u-
ucted I iidmlied.
Mirror of Life.
Head the headlines: ' Minder -Sue
ride DUnrie llobberles Scandal."
lleie are gleu the details of liiu Hi'
(Us em lei or mi actress, there the uduh
terlis or u millionaire, ,tc, etc. When
I mine to Honolulu 1 thought thai i
should miss the tclegiuph news. 1
suou round that 1 wus glad to miss It.
'the gist of Important mutters is given,
uhout which one tan read later, If they
am about mutttrs of real Interest, but
tlm crimes and reductions und frauds,
tho dirt nnd fdlmo of the world, I am
glad nut to liae served up at my
breakfast table, and thrust before the
eyi s ot my children.
1 Kuid once to uu editor something
about the pity it wns that n paper
should so largely be tilled up with the
wickedness ot tho woild. He said:
"You must remember that it newsjiapei
Ik n mirror of lire." The more I
thought or whut liu said the more
eleurly I saw that he wns wrong. The
loliiiuns telling or vice und crime ure
not mirrors or life as It Is uny morn
than it gang or convicts walking on
our streets Is a minor or our men, or
uny more than a pliture or hula girls
in lewd posture tonslllutes a mirror
P. E. R. Strauch
$3500. On account of departure for
Chicago, I offer for sale tho beauti
ful residence of Mr. Chuck Hoy ut
Kuiiiehuuiolia IV. Road nt IIAI.K
COST. This 1 1 room building la
modern finished throughout, with
litige, Bpatlous verandahs, rino
1.I1WHH, Hnn ornamental aud fruit
trees mid u constant tool brcczo
luaku this plain u most attractive,
disliublo und healthy residence.
Hen ant houses, wash Iioiihd, lurgu
Maiden and ililelien runs. Lot Is
170x810. Only ouo block from cut.
Small Cottage on Vineyard Bt. near
Ciiulia lame. Walking distance (or
nchool and business. Hist comeH
And other hurgalnH.
WA1TY BLDQ. 74 0. KINQ OTREET.
of the Ufe.qt votpen In these Islands
Honolulu Press iMorals. '
I am thankful that there In here n
press which avoids the description of
Indeconcles and scandals and descrip
tions or vice In words of supposed
humor. Hut from tho columns of some
papers the youth must get the Idea
that society is made up ot men and
women wholly given to materialism,
frivolity. nnd scandalous deeds. We
who arc experienced know how many
noble men and women with lofty pur
poses are In society. We know, also,
that, despite the fact that the jouth
from his reading might think that
there was not nn honest or hotioruul"
man In publlo life, we know differ
I am nware that newspaper men say
that vice and crime must be shown up.
I know how much the ordinary ed
itor bides out or consideration of, the
feelings of families. 1 know how much
might be printed that is not but the
responsibility ot the preis ns the great
teacher should lead newspapers to have
In mind not the mere vending or news,
but the good of society and the crea
tion of a right view or life.
Just a word about the Sunday news
paper. How much Is there lu the or
dinary Sunday paper whlcl ikes (or
the moral uplift of the peoplo? And or
or the sheets Rtipposed to he tunny,
lu them are coarse nnd wretched pic
lures with stories of boys who are
Impertinent 'o their mother or who
decclvo her, und or bojs who uttempt
to deceive u sly old grandfather who
gets the better or them. All that I can
lee lu them Is the teaching of dlsio
fpect to authority and age and the
tmnrtness or cunning nnd lying.
The public they say demands thy
mr" ,1 "' """ 5'"" ' ' ' ,?" i
1"ZU ''?" ff IW "S . 'Vi Jf
news not or ono kind but or all kinds
m alv o (,suuu-avii ii viiivi lilt' O
it would be stupid and would not sell.
Crest Public Taste.
Hut one tact Is forgotten and that
Is that newspapers largely creato the
public taste. It Is like a manur.ictuier
who.creatcs a demand for his goods by
giving samples. A paper might lose
In some directions and for n time. Hut
the truth lies lu tho fact that new mm
per men are not In the business for the
purpose or being teachers or righteous
liess, they nrti In the business to make
money. They must make the paper
pay. That la ull true: but Is there with
all this power or the press to be no
responsibility tu aiiythlng butjhv dol
lar American papers which hao
been really great have bet nine gnat
by hawiig nomo lofty pur pine, by bo
lug tho ndMKiite ot some great cause
lu the struggle of human udtnmcmtiit.
Preaa Not Free,
Tho most serious matter to me lu
this day Is that the press Is too often
not free. Jefferson said: "A free press
Is essential to liberty." It seems us It
more and more that newspapers ure
owned by men who run them on behalf
or certain interests, lu a ilty where
mncii money is iiiu-sted In pulillc III II
ItleH various InlerestM own tho papers.
Or the paper Is the organ or tt ixdltlcu!
machine and supports the machine.
right or wrong, for Its patronage.
Such u paper Is not free. It Is a .cog
In the machine. It goes on supporting
the running or the machine whether
the omcerx are Inellli lent or rorrupt or
not, whether lce and gambling ure
protected by the machine. It matters
not, the paper grinds on In its betrnynl
or the public good It Is true that men
know when the press Is not free, hut
that doc not take away the danger,
nor the evil.
Up To Subscribers.
Hut the responsibility for theco
things cuu not lie placed wholly on the
proprietors und editors. It rests a
strongly with thorn fwho patronize
the papers. It an paper should of
fend honest and self-iespectlng men
niiel ir a mew hundred or them were
to order tho pniier stopped the pro
prietors nnd editors would look care
fully Into the matter. I am aware that
subscriptions do not pay the expenses
or a paper but advertisers soon know
when u paper has a decreasing list ol
subscribers. There Is also lu the same
way n responsibility with those who
advertise. If n dozen or the largo
merchants ceased to do biiblness with
a piper which they knew to be advo
cating measures or men which wer
against public Interest and good gov
ernment, It would have a powerful er
'I lie truth is the responsibility for
the, best use or the newspaper for lib
erty, fairness, deteney nnd rlghttous
liess rests with the people, with the
class or people too who dpilro the h-u
and who elilelly support the papois.
The fault Is u gem nil one nnd wo tun
not put It upon newspaper men wholly.
My friends, the press with Its stu
pendous power ceilululy does pot rlo
ubom Interests und personnl spite to
the sense of the great letponsllilllty
(or the uio of Its power ns it should (lu
and as It might do. When It la the or
gan of u political machine fori Its' pat
ronage, when it Is the organ of the
"luttiests" ugaliist pulillc rights, when
fur gain It will do its licit to perpetu
at wrung, when It reliilU disgusting
details of vhe and crime In order to
pander to vulgar taste, then It Is pros
tituting its tremendous posslbilltlrs
for good lu the picttctlnu or human
rights and the rurlherume or good gov
ernment. The press realizes Its responsibility
when It deals with iiuestlons fiom the
high slandiHiInt or the right, the Just
und the true. K.iclt one inn do his
pait to muko the newspaper the all)
of the chiirih aud the school In all that
makes man better. We can do this
by support or non-support.. It lie a
wth the peoplo whether tho newspa
pers shall bn the agents or grcul or
whet her they shall stand foi all that
nialis good (Itlieus, good go eminent,
ellHIeut and honest public olllclubi, a
ilghteniir. nation. Whethtr they pre
teut life nnd civilization ns u uieic
at niggle of uuiteriul rones or wlielli
ir they teach the people tlm laws of
tlod ami Ills judgments Hi the indi
vidual, MH'lity and the world
I.UDINUTON-In this city. Sept. Hi,
Hhii;, to Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Luding
ton, a daughter,
Don't neglect jour cough, fctop It
at once ami drive away all thought ol
consumption, liegln as early as pot-t
lb! tLe looner the Litter to taka
the most effoctive remedy for coughs
and colds of every kind aud in every
Out of the most annoying coughs
li a throat cough, where you hava
tuit comtant tick
ling In your throat.
It cornea on worio
at night, keeps you
awake, aud makes
you hava that,
In the chest. Aycrs;
quiets tho cough,
lUT. and beats tho
lungs. Them Is no other temedy so
surely to be relied on.
There ato many tubitltutci and
Imitations. Ilunaro of thain and ol
so-called "(Seuuluu Cherry l'cctural.'t
Ho sura you gut AYKK'b Cherry
l'ut up In large and small bottles.
rnfnitjaf.l.CAtutU ,lmU,Hu ,V i A.
Home Rulers Will Be
Admitted In Case
lllto. Ilnwall, Sept. 13. Tlu I)U
tilct ComtntloiiE or tho First and
Second Legislative DIslllctH or the
l'irst Senatorial District, nml the
County Contention (or the County or
Hawaii, are called to meet at Kohala
September :.',, l'JOO, nt 10 o'clock u. m..
for tho purpose or nominating two
Senators fiom the First Senatorial
District; tour lteprcscntathcH from
tho Klrst Hepresentittlvu District; foul
HepresentutltfH rrom the Second Hep
tesciituttve District, and tor nominat
ing or County and District tinkers an
provided by law, the election of com
mitted! and the tiausactloii or such
other business as iua pioperly come
before UUIM utloiis.
The several picclticts throughout
tho County shall bo entitled to one
(1) delegntu for every tin (10) votcn
(or major fruition thereof) east In
filth priilurt for tho Democratic ran
didute for Delegate to Congress ut the
last general eleitlnu, and tho same
delegates shall serve 111 both l.eglsla
live and County Conventions.
The number of delegates to which
each preiluit Is entitled Is as follows
Name 1.. &
Nn. of I'rtt. Ter. C. l.,D.t
1 Knlapann 2 11 1st DIM
1 Olua 1 1 "
3 Wnlakea 8 X "
4 Hllo 2 12 . "
5 I'apalKoi S 5 "
0 HoiiTiinu 1 1 "
7 IJiiipalioehoe .... 1 1 "
S Vonlie 1 1 "
!l llonnknn 3 3 "
10 Kilkulhaele fi C "
11 Kapoho S r "
1 Kohala 7 7 2d Dlst.
2 Walmea 2 2 "
3 Kallun r. C "
4 Konawaeim 7 7 "
n llookenn 2 2 "
fi Tapa 11"
7 Walohlui 1) 9 "
X rahula 4 4"
Total 82 82
I.. & C Legislative and County.
)L. I). Legislative District
The otllcers of precinct clubs aro ro
iiuested to notify Hwallko, secretary
or the Central Committee, Hllo, Ha
waii, or the names or delegates elect
ed to Teirlloilal and County Couvcii
AS TO FUSION.
It Is further provided Unit In case
the Homo Utile party decides to adopt
fusion lu Hie County of Hawaii Tor
Legislative, County and District olll
cerK by means of a Joint tonvcnllon
then, nnd In that case, delegates from
Urn Homo Itulo party shall hu admit
ted to said legislative nnd County
Conventions on the linsls of one (1)
ilclt uatu for every ten votes (or ma
Jor fraction then of. cult tor the Homo
Itulo tundldalu for Delegate to Con
gross nt the lust general election, und
In all oilier respectHto bo govenxd
by the rules ot said convention,
THE METROSTYLE PIANOLA
plays the latest song-hits and dance
tunes, as well as selections from Its
exhaustlest classical repertory. Sold
BERGSTROW MUSIC CO.
ODD FELLOWS BLDQ.
Is kept on file at E.
C DAKE'S ADVER
T I 8 I N Q AQENCY.
124 Sanaome St., San Francisco. Cab.
where contracts for advertising can
ba mad for IL
Utmvmr tii ifr
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO..
A BIG NEW STOCK
Just Arrived by Alameda
Finest Line Ever Shown
Coyne Furniture Co.
Hotel and Union Streets.
Is Best Carbon
Typewrltltts who have used
It pronounce It the most sat
Isfactory In the market.
A neat, clean copy hard to
distinguish from the original
no smudge, no matter how
many times manifolded.
Try KEE LOX onco and
you will always use It.
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG OLD. and MERCHANT ST.
For Over 60 Years
hut been cmmI for over rilVl it
YKAK6 bv MILUOKH ot M. tliern
. it fed
bOuTIII S tho CHILD, bOllT.NM ft
INti, witu periect kuccom.
tlie UUM1. ALLAVS all lulln, i-i
CUnit.J. WlKl) COLIC, nnd li t:io F j
UttrcmodyfarDIAKI.IlUiA. liold M
by Iru!ri;Ut9 In evrry part of tliu f I
world, hi Kura and ek fnr Mrs. Li
Wlnlow' BiKitlitnt: fiyrupnnd tn!
nn other klaJ. SS CcstJ it Botll-
ami tnke cA
An Old and Wtlltrittl Remedy
REAL ESTATEFOH SACE.
8 Building lota in Manoa Valley, 1-2
aero each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 79S.
832 FORT ST.
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK ANO
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON-WILDER and GULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DCALER8 IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLE8 OF ALL KINDS.
941 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 25, P. O. Box 945.
Vhcn you buy an uncovered bam
you pay only tor the meat. It's tho
came with bacon We feel that our
home smoked goods in thetc lines re
quire no endorsement as to quality;
the fact that we emoke them Is sufficient,
Meat Co,, Ltd.
OUR rUNERAL RATES for the poor
find middle classes aro as follows
JS.CO, $t?D0, S15C0, 512.00; Mlddlo
Class, $25 CO, $3G.0O, $-10 00, and up.
ward to salt
Wo can be found at alt hours of tli3
day at our office an I b Phone Main
179 and all hours ol mgnt by Phono
ir20 TORT ST.
'' 1 ' UU!.
than the other
b:c.iusc it is
better made and
Ycur grocer de
livers a case for
Works Co , Ltd.
F. L. WALDR0N, Afler.t.
PHONE MAIN ?85.
Dy Young Japanese school
girl. Wages no object.
Dy Young Japanese school
Japanese Hotels Union
KINO and MAUNAKEA.
o OF o
STEW PANS and GA3DEN H03E
FIBHNETS, TWINE AND BHOMJ,
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDEZ , SOS.
Nos. 44 50 King St.. Katsey Clock, bfi.
Nuuanu and Smith SU.; Tel. Main 13 J.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Training a Specialty.
5G3 C. BCRETANIA CT.
TELEPHONE BLUE 681.
Do your clothes need look
ing after? If so, leave them
HOTEL NCAR FORT.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING, PAPER HANGINQ ANO
133S Nuuanu St., below Honolulu Hotel
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER HAND COMPANY
150 AND 158 HOTEL STREET,
Oppoelte Young Hotel.
OPIA CIQAR 1
Best 5 c Smoke
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO CO
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY,
Gold Mounted BackCombs
I1J HOTEL 6TREET nr. FORT ST.
Thu Weekly lMIUon or tho HvenlnK
Iliillctln Riven a complete) siiiiiunry of
tho nnws of tho du. For SI a year.