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BTErTmO BTTLLBTTN, HONOMTLO. T. K.. FRIDAY. SEPT. 28, 1906.
THUBSDAY, FRIDAY and SA7UBDAY
Ladies' 35c Hose
20c per pair
Ladies' $1.25 Hose
76c per pair
Thcte are our regular 35c Ladles'
White Lace Ankle Hoce which we of
fer for Thursday, Friday and Satur
day ONLY, at the exceptional price
of 20t PAIR
ANOTHER DIG HOSIERY BAR
GAIN We offer for Thursday, Frfday and
Gaturday ONLY our regular $1.25 qual
ity Ladle' Silk Plaited Black Hose at
the extremely low prlee of 75d PAIR
FRUIT OF THE LOOM COTTON, full yard wide, regular price
121-2c yard; SPECIAL for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
ONLY 10d PER YARD
MADAPOLAM, 36 Inchei wide, toft finish, regularly eold for 12 1-2c,
our prlee for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.. IQd P"" YARD
STOCKS IN 'FRISCO
Following arc the quotations for Ha
waiian Blocks on the Snn Francisco
Stock exchange September 22:
Haw. Com Sfifi 67
Hor.okna 1314 13i
Hutchinson S. I' 15 K.'i
Mokawcll 36',i 3GU
Union Sugar 40U
do pool i.... 49(i
Salca 100 Haw, Com., $8l!.87i 20
Haw. Com., $S7; 1H Haw Com., $80.87;
r) Honok-iu, $13.50; 100 Honokaa,
$13.G2; 50 llonoknn, $13.fi2; 30 Hutch.
Hutch, S. P., $11.87; r, Hutch. 8. 1'..
$H.S7; r,0 Hutch. S. P., $50; SO Hutch.
S P.. $15; 25 Hutch. H. 1'., $15; 20 .Ma
Makawcll, $36.25; 5 Makuwcll, (in.:.;,
181 Onomea, J41; 15 Onomea, $11; loo
Ononicn, $11; 70 Poauhau, $18; 50 Pa.iu
Imu, $IS; 30 Poauhau, (18.
New l'ork. September 21. In the
formation of the Cubaii-Ameilcaii Sub
ii r Compnuy, which. Has luroiporatcd
In Trenton, fy J ywlcrday, tho live
largest sugar companies In the Cuban
llclil lime, hem consolidated under one
head Tho capital utoclc consists ut
Durln'g tho year tho tlvo companies
handled eleven million Inns of sugar
ennc. which represents an output ot
100.000 Ions of raw sugar, about one
knwcll, .10.25; 100 Mukawcll. $30.25; 10 tenth of tho entire niipply of Cuba.
FINE APPLIQUE LACES, In white and ecru, Just the thing for
trimming white or colored, dresses; regularly sold for 20c and
25e per yard; our price for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
ONLY 115!Sd YARD
Promotion Committee To
Offer Ribbands As
iuiem mm WITH
The O. S. S.
Store Open until 9 p:m. on Saturday
N S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. Ltd,
Cor. Port and Beratnnla
Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
Corned Beef Hash
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
are some ot
Libby's (SEE) Food Products
Ask your grocer for them
Our booklet. "Oood Thlnti to Bat," milted fret. Send
five t-ccnt (limps fur Llbby's Ills AH of the WotlJ
Llbby, McNeill a Ltbby
T. H. DAVIES & COMPANY, Limited,
i i w
The regular weekly meeting of tho
Hawnll Promotion Commlttco was
held yciterday afternoon, Messrs, Mc
Unruliest), Waldron, Smith, Morgan and
Woods being present. After tho min
utes had been read and approved a
letter was read from A. Hartley, sag-
gosling nn nmatcur competition In
photogrnphy under tho auspice of tho
Commlttco, ribbands mid medals be
ing awarded as prlrcs. Tho idea was
given on account of tho fact that It Is
very hard to obtain good photographs
or tho different scenes In tho Islands.
After somo discussion It was decided
to wait tilt Mr. Hartley had returned
from a trip which ho Is now on In
Knual. Tho commlttco favored tho
Tho report of tho commlttco on tho
lunu given In honor of the Southern
California editors was received and
filed. It showed nil expenditure of
$389.20. The report of tho expenses
far tho entire trip was $8 12.35. Tho
receipts from different sources wcro
$947, leaving a bnlanco of $10I.G5,
which was ordered turned over to tho
Bccretory Woods read over an ac
count of tho bills which would he duo
Oct. 1 In order that tho accounts
might bo ilenr beforo ho left for tho
Coast. The total of tho bills amount
ed t $71)1.25.
The sum of $500 was appropriated
(o bo placed in the lands of Secretary
Wood for Ills trip to tho mainland. Ho
stated that ho expected to leavo Van
couver on his return trip on Nov. 9.
It was arranged that while Mr.
Wood was absent, inch member of thu
committee should spend nil hour a day
In the rooms, tho members taking u
week apicio in turn.
Tho plan of advertising through an
urtldc of not moru tliuii 2000 words for
which Hiiro prir.eu of $100, $50 and $25
will bo given, to answer tho question
"Why nliould Hawaii expect to h;eomu
n great popular resort for homeseekers
mid tourists?" wok authorized by tho
committee. Tho contest will be- open
only to passenger agents of railroad
and bteaniKhlp lomp'inles.
W. T. Held Hill be head coach of thn
Hnrrnrd Football team again this year,
Held got $5000 for two months' work
Alameda, tl.e steamer by
tho arrivals and departure-) of which
Honolulu rets Its clucks, ttrrhed oft Hut
harbor shoitly after 7 thh morning,
und at 8 o'clock was moored alongside,
tho Oceanic wharf, having made thu
run from San Fianclsco In the (line ot
5 days 20 hours and 32 minutes. She
has n small pnsscngcr list this time
3 cabin passengers and 14 In the steer
ngc. She brings 1450 tons of freight.
Purser Smith reports that tho voy
age was 'a pleasant, but uneventful one.
There v. as nothing of thn excitement
which marked tho last trip down of the
vessel, when she brought tho members
of tho Southern California Press Asso
ciation. Tho 'l lartcrs of Surgeon J. A.
Nelson were not crowded ulth admir
ing femininity this voyngc, and even
Chief Officer lirewson was unable to
get up n nirtitlun. It Is to be nntcu
that Chief Kuglnccr Hlchards shows no
signs of loslii; weight, statements ol
Purser Smith to tho contrary notwith
standing. Puiscr Smith is Jealous.
Last Saturday tho Alameda met a
steamer bound northeast, und on Mon
day she passed a full rigged ship stand
ing north-northncst. Wednesday nf
tcrnoon sho met the Sonoma bound for
Archer Roasts Improvi
dence of Guardians
Of the Peace
Tho Hoard of Supervisors, beyond
making a kick or two at the polleo
I (cause these Improvident i;uardlnns
or tho pcaco appeared to lmc (alien
Into thn clutches of the money-lenders,
iM nothing more Important than to
past a bunch of pay rolls, and act on
nonie minor matters nt last night's j
The matter of a $75 salary for Peter
Haron on the Polleo Department pay
roll was questioned by Dwlght anil
vwik referrid to the Police Committee.
Archer said that a great number of
polleo officers had their salaries gnr
nlsheed. Hi did not think men should
Lo employed who did not pay their
bills. Smith said possibly tho men
weio not rcspouslhlo for this stnte of
nlfnlrs. l.neas said It nag none of tho
noard's business, and tho payroll was
Present were Chairman Smith, Ru
pervlsors Dwlght, l.ucns, Archer, Cox.
Moore, Paclc; Clerks Kalauokalanl,
DutTandenu, Hsnnlo; Stenographer
Aea, Capt 8, Johnson, 8. Mabclona,
The following Items wcro approved:
Fixed salaries $ 1,070.00
County Clerk 3in.no
County Attorney 735.00
County Auditor 120.00
County Treasurer 120.00
County Engineer 205.00
l.'lortrlc light dept B50.00
Klcctric light dept 00.25
Police nnd llro.nlarm system 100.00
I'ollco and llro nlnrm system 15.00
Kapluhinl Park 350.00
Koolatipnko mud district ... 135.00
Polleo dept 7,050.00
Ilond dept 2,015.0(1
fiurbogo dept 120.00
Firo dept 3,075.00
Hwa road district 125.00
Walanao road district 75.00
BUILT UP HER HEALTH
SPEEDY CURE OF MISS G00DE
Bho Is Mndo Well by tVMa E. Pink
ham's Vcffctnblo Compound, nnd
Writes Urntofulljr to Mrs. PlnUham.
For the wonderful help Hint tlie Ins
found Ml Corn tliHxle," LMliIongo
Avenue, Chicago, 111 . Ix-ll.-WM It her
dutv to write tlio follow-In." teller for
publication, in order tli.it othi-r women
filleted In the iwinio way may b
t TOURISTS ARE COMING
Allen M Culver, passenger
4 ogent, Is with the Alameda on
thlt trip down.
"Wc are looking for n good bus-
Iness this senson," said Mr. Cul-
! cr, responding to a query as to
the trend of thu tnurlM trade.
AS INTERPRETED DY
E. B. McCLANAQAN
V.. I). McClanahan has Jumped on
Senator Woods for making statements
derogatory to the political standing ot
tho Democratic party McClanahan
states tho casu in the following letter.
Honolulu Sept. 27. 1900.
To tho Chairmen nnd Members of 'ho
Territorial Central Commlttco of
the Democratic Party.
Gentlemen: In my letter of accept
nnco handed to jou on yesterday I re
quired In return for the obligations as
Burned by me, "tho active loyal sup
port of every Democrat In the Teirl
tnry." This litter was given wide pub.
Ilclty by tho afternoon press of lluiio-
mill on wio any in im uuii.-. . . .." -' :;vv: -,-, ,, , .
In tho Pacific Commercial Aihrrtl doanflni.uf pr ret nnd unreason
ser of this morning my letter Is aim j ni.lu hours, but nothing wi-mnl lo Mp luo.
published under the heading "MeClau fXli,!!:
nhan Can't Win," and prefaced by nn , , fmrniB" u -1 It b-r If w " nso
Interview with Mr. Palmer Woods, Nn- with Knnl suiu. sot Wnti to Miiolt,
slid In i tlinu a inoii-.n 1 wiuini,iuioiimji
of U-d awl i nit of .limrs, n,l In threo inoulhe
Innni-ntlnlv writ ltrally 1 bivo Hover Mt
m h!roinn.lill aal Larorbici" "
Nn other imilleliio 1ms sucli a record
of etircHnf femnlo troubletailiat I.vdla
K. Pinkli.im'a VeKetabloCninpound.
Women who nro tnmlilcil with pain
ful nr Irregulnr perloils. liacknchc,
bloalhif,' (or flatulence', displacement
of orjrunR, Inllniimiatloii or ulceration,
can l) restoreil to perfect health
nml htremrtli by Inlchu: I.yOla h.
Jrfisr Cora Goode W,
Ben nw. i.ii i."
It riootic 1 1
I trixt in my dlirrrcnt remaii"t m
lieneOleil aa slio was.
nn-slilcnt of tho llrji
Ti'IHiIh Club of Chicago
tlonal Coinmlllecman of tho Demo
cratic Party of Hawaii, in which that
gentleman Is quoted as follows:
"Will wo niako an active campaign
on Hawaii for McClanahan for Con
gieifs? Well, I don't see mw wo run.
i:en MiClannhun doesn't take u very
rosy view of tho prospect. I don't bo
llcco that In Kohnla MiClanaliaii
would scare up twclvo votes. It Is n (
...... .. i
very peculiar situation over Micro
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
O. B. REYNOLDS,
7S7 ALAKEA STREET NEXT BAIL ORB- HOME.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pick, haul and ship 701
goods and tave you money.
Dealett in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Biick Warehouse, 126 King St. Phone Main 58
Tho Weekly Edition or the Bronlni
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
-ho oawa of to day. Cor SI a yaar.
jgy Fine Job Printing at the Bui
P. E R. Strauch
is m lErWu
WnshliiKton. Sent. 7."' Secrctar
Shaw has made public a circular let
ter, dated tod.iy, to all national bank
dcposltnrlcj, in which he says Jn ef
fect that ho expects public money In
depositary banks to bo used In the
communities where It Is deposited, und
not loaned thiougli brokers und other
agents In New York (or speculative
purposes. Tho letter Is as follows
'I am advised Hint many banks,
scuttcred throughout tho country, uru
loaning their surplus funds through
brokers and otheis In New ork fin
tall nt high utiu of Interest. Money
loaned 011 call is well night universal
ly lor speculative sums. I rccngnlz'i
tho right of any 'Individual to specu
lato In stocks ol In lands, nml the legal
light of nny bank lo loan money nt up
pioprlJto rates of Interest, at home or
abroad, on nmple security, even with
kuowledno that It 1 being uted for
speciilatlto purposes .
'I am not willing, however, thai
(overnment money shall be enticed
uway from tho locality whero IL has
been dcpesllod for tho purpo.io of be
Ing used In H1I1 way. Public deposit
arwmado In aid of legitimate buslncta
ns distinguished from speculation,
whatever Its nature. Dcpoiltary city
banks uro expected to loan at regular
rates or not at nil, und they must not
bo tempted to ait as agents Instead of
correspondent! for other depositary
banks In making cull loans ut high
"If you havo morn money .than your
community can upproprlatcly nbsorb,
please return II to thu Treasury, for it
can bo promptly placed where It will
do much good. This docs not apply to
banks wIlli larpo rojcrvcu regularly on
deposit wllh city correspondents."
Mrs. Pliihlinin invites nil sick women
to write her for nilvlco. She lint ifiildcd
thouvimlH to lienllli. Her u.xperlenco
, . -t .....1 ..I... h). ,.a It... lu.mtflf
Federal ..nice . ' J-'s '" '". . ""' '. ,7" i
ill lb A tli ""ii nni'i - .-.-.
counsel. SboUthfdaiipbter-lii-lnw of
I.yillu II. Plnkbum nil fortwcty-flvo
years hn-li-cii nihlslnif sick women
frco of cliarge, AddrcMi, I.jun, Mom.
$2700 iJirgo House and aero Lot on
Car Mno near Zoo. Kasy. payment
$3500 Elegant 11-room modern Ilesl
deuce , Stables, Outhuuses. Lot
170x210. Will bu uacrllkcd at 1-2
$1300 Or. Cottage at Puunul nr. l.ltlha
Terminus. Lot 75x150. Health
lest placo In Tow.n,
$2250 Cottage on King St. nr, Wnl
klkl turn. Lot 00x250, best resi
dence dlstiict. Kasy payments.
s10 per cent. Cash. Will double In
vnluo next two years.
$200 Several fino Untitling Lots, all
cleared; nt Puunul. $25 Cash; hat
anco monthly without Interest,
Theso lots cro tho best In town for
$75 per annum 10 years' leaso on
1 1-2 ncrefl of level land, rich soil,
free from stones, near Ivallht Fer
And Other Bargains.
NO- 74 80UTH KINO STREET.
If there's a more delight
ful place than
it hasn't been put on
Why not go down there to
St. Clair Bidgood.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIAM COMPANY.
188 AND 158 HOTEL 8TRHET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
Evening Bulletin 75 pc month.
Tho 'Police Commlttco reported
through Dwtghl that thu chauffeurs
who had utitomobiibbled about with
out licenses, had eomo to time.
Wahlawa New Road
Kingsbury & Kellogg wroto regard
ing a' land oxchango between tho Tcr
iltory nqil W. W. Ooodalo, whorcby a
load would bo opened from tho Wa
hmwa colony road to tho Walalua
road, which would make the road much
shorter. Tho exchango would bo mndo
It tho County would look after tho re
pairing of tho now road. Attornoy
Kellogg verbally explained tho matter.
Tho County agreed to tho proposition
on motion by Cox.
Lucas asked If u right of way could
not be obtained across tho Wahlawa
Kdtogg said If a road was properly,
fixed across tho dam it would benefit
tho dam rather than otherwise, but
fiooilnle dbl not agreo to It.
On motion by Lucas thu clerk wns
Instructed to mako a request for the
desired right of way, though Archer
kicked, saylug that tho matter of the
tixpenso should ho looked Into first.
Lucas, how-over, silenced him by de
claring brlelly that be was "off on n
Stay With Cohen
Tho famous Bergcr cablo for $1500
to bring the band back and Smith's
laconic auswer to "Stay with Cohen",
wcro taken up, and tho chairman's ac
Tho Hawaiian Trust Co., as trustees
of tho estate of tho lato Geo. Ualbraltli
wanted to know by what authority the
County bad built a bridge and a road
at Wahlawa across thn land of the es
tate. Lucas said this matter should bo re
ferred to the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, who had originally laid out
the road. Carried.
Chief Cleric Uuckland of tho Secre
tary's oftlco suggested that tho County
furnish the election Inspectors with n
clerk In each precinct whero there
were over 25U -voters, as (hero was a
great deal more work to do at this
(lection than was generally the case.
Lucas suggested, safely, that the
man running for otftco should pay.
Tho Chair referred tho mailer lo
tho Commlttco 011 Ways nnd Means.
Tho leticr of the Welcoming Com
mittee appointed to welcome the olll
ccrs und crow of tho Anegawa ask
ing for permission to uso tho Aula
Park for a rocoprlon nml tho Idler of
tho chairman granting the same were
rtnd and approved. Tho night for tho
loccptlou had not as yet been decid
County Knglncer tlehr wroto that
Road Overseer Adams had asked for
f'JOO to complete thu road In thu I'll
pukca homustcails, lo bo carried on In
October. Tho matter wns referred to
tho Commlttco on Hoads nnd Ilrldges.
Chief of the Flro Department
Thurston reported bb follows:
I beg to report thut this department
las responded to (5) alarms- of lire
during thu mouth of August:
Pioperty loss Is estimated at .
1, lability of Iusurauiu Cu.'u as
Property ut risk was covered
Today the Hawhllaus may bo all sbout-J Plnhliiiui'H YcRctiililo Compound.
lug Democracy and tomorrow they win
vote for Homo Ilitlcism."
The office which I represent In my
candldney Is the only
given to the cholco of tho voters of our
Tcrrtlory. Tho associations surround
ing It are Federal nml moro largely
partisan than those of any other elect
ho office open lo the votes of our peo
ple. Fealty to It Is symbolic ir fealty
to tho Nntlnnnl Pnrty to n greater do
greo than Is shown In any other olllie;
perfidy to It Is perfidy to tho National
Party as a whole and to 11 degree, tlf
there inn bo degrees In treachery)
most hateful. Violation of nllcglanie
in one on whom the obligation ot duty
Is conspicuously placed, calls for in
stant public condemnation, for to wink
r.t treachery from high places is to in
vito It from tin route nml file.
Theso nro entirely Impersonal views
and my expression of them Is wholly
disassociated from nny personal mo
tive. Mr. Woods anfl nivsclf nro so
cially friends, and I regret Hint any In.
Ilucnco should have so warped his con
ception of party fealty ns to have
caused him to give publicity to words
that must lower him In the respect
and esteem of till rcputnblc men w bo
ther they bo Republicans or Demo
crats. His disloyalty Is not to the
candidate, but to the office; it Is not
tho disloyalty of Palmer Woods, but
that of thu National Committeeman ot
the Democratic party nnd should bo
dealt with by )our houorablo body
stripped entirely of personalities nnd
legardtehs of nnsequencos. I remain.
Your obedient servant, ,
L II. M'CLANAHAN,
Democratic Candidate for Dele
gate" to Congress for the Ter
ritory ot Hawaii.
Tho Democratic Territorial Commit
tee will dlHcuso the matter tonight.
Lacks one thing that
disagretable odor left
on the clothes by the
other kind of laundry
Works Co 5, ! td
by Insurance for 4300.00
I beg to submit my estimate of
Mnoimt required to finance thla du-
partment for thu month of October,
Material and supplies S75.00
F. L. WALDRON, Aer.J.
For Over 00 Yro
Soothwft Syntp H
ban liren uwl fir ot-r rtlXli wJ
YISAItH lit- MH.T.lOtW nf t..tlirr tji
lor iiici. ....' ... .u..v-...--- i. i
INIi. Willi pcnrei: J'Vryt. t fc? 4
hUUTIllls ujo i.llll.li, four .i. n c
the flUMS,. ALI-AVS nil
CURV. WIND J'.OI.ll'.
I.1C. un.l Ii tlio E.1
hr Drutul' ia cvrry pat of llio
wotld. lo inrn nnt mic for Mis.
SVImIow's flnothtnc r.ynipnml t-l.il
no .ther Uad. Cult ft Hottlt. ...
AnOld and WIHncd Kcmeti
This was referred to the Committee
on Flro Department.
Lucas reported that Comity Ungl
peer (Ichr asked for an ubslstnnt at
SI 50 a month, as ho had moiu work
than he could attend to. Thn juattcr
was refcired to the Wajs and Means
Residents and business men In the
vicinity of Union Square, and on King
and Mfirctiunt streets, between Aluki-n
and Union Square, and others fiom
llcrctnnla klreet, between Piinnboii
mid Alexander streets, pctltluucd to
have their streets oiled,
Residents of Punchbowl wanted u
light nppniilto thn Punchbowl drli.
Tlio Yeo Sing Wnl Co. wanted permls
blun to lay their water plpo utoug tho
aoveinmuut road nt Wnliiu. Tlicju
matters were referred to appropriate
Lucas gave notice of an ordinance
preventing tho digging up of public
roads (or (ho purpose ot laying sew
ers, etc. This would bo donu by tlio
County nt n certain tlxcd rdud.
.Monro wanted tho iiutomohlla rula
Axed so thut Lewis' chuuffeiir prodigy,
a boy, whom l.xnmlncr Wilder hnys lit
absolutely competent, could bu allow
ed a chauffeur's license. Smith said
If would not ho wise to go back of an
ordliiaueo nlteady passed. Lucas up
held this view nnd tho matter was
Dwlght wanted sumo lights forva
rloiib oliccuro limes In l'alnma. Thu
matter was referred to tho Klcclrlc
Electric machine, experienced man.
Horses called fer ami .returned.
FORT above HOTEL ST.
W.W. Wright Go.
have op;nrd n horseshoe
Inn dpnrtment lo connec
tion 'with their carriarje
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class ehoer they 0e pre
pared to do alt work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner, :: s; ;: ::
W,e have some very good
for Garden Purposes
Price $3 per load
Lord & Belser
P. O. BOX t32. PHONE MAIN 1D3.
faf "For Rent"
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
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