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gvawiwo Boftmnn. homomilu. t. h., TitunsnAV, oct. 4, isos.
Everyday brings forth new surprises. Our
New Goods arc being rapidly opened up and
you will do well to visit our store daily.
WATCH OUR ADS. IT WILL PAY YOU.
'I. i"v' I
New Wash Fabrics
Embroidered eyelet effects, In an entirely new Mercerized
material at I 25 PER YARD
CORSICAN TWILL SHIRTINGS: '
Full 36 Inches wide, strictly new, and In a variety of
patterns at lfid PER YARD
PRINTED FOULARDS: '
A soft, tine, sllMlnlihed material, oultable for chlft
Intjs and suits, full yard wide, In a fine range of pat
terns 15 YARD
LUZON MERCERIZED PONGEE:
Entirely new, and equal to any Imported material,
for men'o shirts or ladies' costumes at 25j PER YARD
NEW PRINTED BATISTES:
Latest designs, fine quality, and a good variety of pat
terns at , 15 YARD
10 yards to the piece; extra fine quality SI. 25 PIECE
An entire new assortment, full yard wide and worth ,
12 12c. Our price 10 YARD
New deslyns, 36 Inches wide, of fine quality, A suit
able material for Shirts or Shirt Waist Suits, Regularly
sold for 20c yd. Our prlco G YARDS $1.00
SILK MIXCD MOUSSCLINE:
Something New. In exquisite patterns and colorings,
very stylish, and fully worth 35c yd. Our price. ...25J YARD
PRINTED DOTTED 3WISS:
Entirely New. In check and plaid designs. Our price 20d YD.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co Ltd,,
Cor. Port and Boretanlu .
WTt vm-rijfr- tmju i m
Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
Corned Beef Hash
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken '
are some ol
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Ask your grocer for them
Our booMtt,"Oooil Thing! to Eat." mallei fret. Sena
five I-cenl tempi for Libby'a Dig Allaa of the World
Llbbjr, McNeill A Llbby
T. H. DAVIES & COMPANY, Limited,
Jo Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out, Sale of '
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
C. B. REYNOLDS,
757 ALAKEA STREET NEXT SAIL ORB' HOME.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WELL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship youi
goods and rave you money.
Dealtti In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage la Bi Jck Rehouse,
let r m mwm:
126 King St. Phone Main 58
Plan To Lumber Koa
In Kau and Kona
CERTAIN RULES MUST BE OBSERVED
(An Important step towards tlio es
tablishing or tlio koa lumber Industry
was mado yesterday afternoon when
Fqmter Dormer furnished the Hoard
of Agriculture anil Forestry with n dc
tailed report expressing himself In fav
or of the Industry within certain lim
its. The report was mailo In answer to :i
ruipicst by tlio Hawaiian Mahogany
Lumber Co., which ran In part ns fol
lows: "Wo nro desirous of obtaining mi ex
pert opinion ns to what koa In tlio Kona
nml llllo districts, emhodjlng land bo
longing to tha following parties: John
.Mngiitre, Mrs. K. Grccnwell, lluchholti
Ksl.itn (controlled by II. llnckfcld :
Co.), John D. Paris, Colonel Norrl.
.Mrs. ltlchardoon, Dr. Hutchinson, anil
tha Wilcox's, together with government
land, could be lumbered without danger
ut Injury to the forests or the water
supply In that dlcttlct. As Mr, lloimct
Is tha only nulhorlty on foiostry In tliU
icrrltory we ilesira ir possible to ob
tain his services In this matter."
llosmer in bis rrport first dwelt on
two general features of tlio proposi
tion. I In said ho ami tlio Hoard fav
ored lumbering mature trees of rom-
merclal value whercter It (buhl bo donu
without detriment to tlio forests its u
whole. In districts where tlio fortcsti,
were m.ilnly Important as watersheds,
they should bo l;ept Intact. In other
places, as In Konu and Knu, Etrcain
protection wan a minor consideration.
liimberlnK could Well ho allowed, ns
long as a few rules, which would ns
sunt tlio future welfare of the forrnt,
were curried out. He further stales
In tho report:
In general tlio regulations to bo rec
ommended will follow tho outline given
below. Unices such regulations arc
mado n purl of tho contract I innnol
rccommcml that lumbering bo tinder,
(iiken in Kona or Kau.
Tho main points to be observed In
drawing up n lumbering contract arc:
(I) Tho protection of the forest from
flro during mid Immediately after tho
logging operations. Tho Importance of
this matter Is bo self-evident that ft
hurdly needs to bo emphasized. Tho
contractor should bo required to excr
cImi nil rcasunnblo euro In tho iiko ol
lira unil should n fore.it flro start on
(ho tract from any rmme during the
term of his commit ho should bo ob
liged to turn out his men to light II.
(2) Tim protection of tho area ftom
eiittlo after lumbering to sccuro repro
duction. Tho central Idea of forest
management bcltig (ho pcrpoiuutlon of
the forst It Is essential that steps bo
taken to hecuro tho replacement of th
trees removed by logging. In iuoU
cacn ii- now stand of ko.i can be secured
through mural reproduction. Tho open
ing nil or mo mrcBt mat forms u nec
essary part of tho logging of tho niu
turo trees Insures In most cases excel
lent conditions for boa reproduction.
Hut iik cattle nro particularly fond of
Win young koa It Is essential that they
Co excluded from tho tract after lum
bering, nt any rnto until tho trees grow
largo enough to protect themselves. As
the bencllts arising from this urnvl
"Ion invert wholly to tho owner of tha
land It tenuis to mo that If tho con
tractor Is icnutrcd tu build tho fenco
he Bhoulil recelvo a consideration for
Ihn work. Hut that tho fenco bo built
I regard ut an csscutlul featuro of the
IV A iHStrlctlon as to tho s to of
tho trees cut. Tho Idea of utilization
miller forestry mcthodu Is to take out
tha ninturo trees only, leaving tha
younger ones to mako up nubsripicnt
cro,is. On the Kc.itiliou tract the min
imum dliimetcr "t which ko.i trees
should hn cut. was llxcd at 21 Inches,
diameter breast high (I ',4 feet alio vo tlio
KUmnd). I'oulbly In Kona a smaller
minimum diameter, tar down to IS
Inclii'j, might be used. This cannot !ii
tlxm iiffhnnd but tin thu picsent con
dltlun of tho koa Industry hardly Justi
fies tho lugging nt a piont of Ihn
imillor trees thcro should bo little
trouble, in arriving at n diameter Until
mutually satisfactory to (ho contractor
and to tho forester.
(t) I'levcnllcu of Waste So far a
posslbla all niorchantablo material
P. E. R. Strauch
$2700 Largo Houso and aero Lot on
Car I.lno near Zoo. Kaey payment.
f3500 Elegant H-rooin modern Real-
denco . Htnblcft, Outhouses. Lot
17UX210. Will bo sacrificed at 1-2
$1300 fir. Cot t a bo at Piuimil nr. Lllllm
Tormlmib. Lot 75x160. Ilca'th
lest placo In Town.
42250 Cottago on Kins St, nr. Wat
hlkl turn. Lot Cnx250, best rcsl
donco district. Kony pnyinents.
10 per cent. Cash, Will double in
valuo next two years.
J200 Several fine Duttdlne Lots, all
cleared; at Piiumil. (25 Cnsh; bab
anco, monthly without Intirest,
Those lots nro tho host In town for
$75 per annum 10 years' leasa on,
1 1-2 acres of luvnl land, rich soil,
free from Btones, near Kallht Fer
And Other (Bargains.
NO 74 SOUTH KINO STREET.
should bo removed from tlio forest and
turned to account. This Includes as
(iimplctc utilization of the felled tree
as may be and tho application of ap
proved methods and machinery tu the
various branches of the work. Jusl
how closely tho work inn bi done do
ponds on tho local conditions thnt gov
ern tho cost of logging but (lie eontrai t
nr should bo required to do his woik
in n systematic mid isiefiil wiiy. As
It Is as much to his advantage as to
that of (ho owner of (he hud to do so
their should bo no trouble In this score.
(5) Protection of smill treea during
lumbering und removal of tops. The
cxorclso of reasonable .lie should bo
required In I ho logging that small trees
bo not nccpsturlly dan aged, and that
other avoidable Injury lo tho forest be
prevented. Tho question of the remov
al of the tops depend) largely upon
how much of the tree can bo got out
and sold. Where n large top must he
left In tho vvnoilu It li ailvicnhle, In
order to lestcn the dstiguofr ni luo
und to get rid of tho iliuu oln.tnittlni:
the young growth, that tl bu to cut that
nil (ho main limbs bo brought In ion
(net with tho ground. Jutt how far it
Is feasible to enforce such a regulation,
without working hardship on tho con
tractor, can only bo told utter an exam
ination of each tract.
With regard to tho llllo district my
feeling Is that except for the kot on
tho Kniiniann nml Honatiaw.il lots back
of llllo town vvhjch I cp no objection
to lumbering uniicr an arrangement
genernlly hlmllnr lo that recommended
for Kona lumbering oicMtioiiH should
but bo tiniloitaktii until a careful slmly
of tbc district with thlb fpeclal subjert
In view lm been made. There are,
doubtless ceitaiu places which could bo
logged under proper restrictions with
out detriment to the general welfare of
Hie district, but In other situations,
Mich for Instance ns the portion of I'll
lionua from which comes tho water
supply of llllo town, the forest should
only bo opened up. If nt all, after c
careful study has been undo on the
Pacific Tennis Club
Ah n result of the liny In tho chipsl
flcntlou .tournaincnt. which has been
held by tho I'liciflc Tenuis Club for the
pant two months, a doubles tournament
will bo played on October 6. Drawing
for partners 1ms resulted us follows:
C. II. Cooke and Ciiit, Humphrey. A.
T. Ilrock and S. M. Uallou, II. tl. Dil
lingham and It. II. Anderson, tl. Fuller
and 0. r. Cooke. H. II. Derby und It. I).
.Mead. C. II. Athcrton and A. M. Mer
rill, fl. Watrrhoime and C. Ilnrtwcll. Dr.
lilanchanl and J. 1. Cooko, D. II.
Hitchcock and I'. K. Stccrc, W, 1. lloth
and l.leut. Slattery; W. II. Itabbltt and
Tho club olfers ono dozen tennis
balls to tho winters
Lunch will bo served at tho club
houso from 12:30, and play will com
mence at 1:30.
OWNERS suit) m
Tho forest fire, which occurred on
tho Country Club prcmlces some time
nco, was ouu of the topics of dlsuib-
slou ut tho Hoard of Agriculture, meet'
Ins yestcrduy. The lire was put out'
by a form of tho llo.int'a men but borne
of Sain Job neon's men, who were tent
there by J. It. (Lilt, bad sent lu a bill,
tvhlch tho Audltur held up. Forester
Hosmer reported to the Hoard that un
fortunately Onlt's efforts had been mis
directed, as the Johnson men were nut
needed. Hosmer reiommendod that us
their employment had been tinaiilhor-
zlcd, It whs up to tho Country Club to
pay tho hill.
After a lengthy discussion of forejt
nml crabs fires, more especially tho ono
refencil to abovo and ono which le-
eently occurred ut Kiineuho, tho Hoard
placed itself on record as laorluK bav
ins tho owner.! nnd lessees of hind on
Willi h siirh llru'oecur. pay tho bills In
curred In cxtliirutshlns them, ami tho
Superintendent of I'ulillo Works, us
secretary of tht Hoaid, wns Instructed
to mako request for uucu payments.
Havo you seen oVeco? Have you
ever hcutl htm? Ho lu the man who
plays all tho Instruments. A regular
band and oichestra by himself. If you
haven't feu or heard him, don't mhx
tho cli.inco tonight at tho Orpbeum the
atre. You wouldn't believe, ono mini
could mako so much music on so many
different Instruments until you've heard
Tho roat of the program Is equally
cutertaiiiluj; and uirlcrt lu thu extreme.
Tonight, uleo, Alexander and Ilcrtlc,
two jiremivr trapczo and mld-alr per
formers, will mukc their bow to n Ho
nolulu audience. They hnvo delighted
speclatora wherever they hnvo played,
und certainly descrvo all tha pralso and
npptauso they hnvo roeelvcd.
ayndlynu Fiancls In a few merry
momculo Is sure to plense. Tho entire,
tot of moving pictures of the, Passion
I'lny on tlio hluKiiiph roinpleto an ox
cellcnt progiiiiii. Tonight nt tbc t)t
pheum. Scats nro on sale at thu tho-
-"For Sale" cards at Bullttln.
Captain Tells Scholars To
Be Loyal To
Cnpt. Hanafusa of the Japanese
training chip Ancgawa, accompanied
by nine of his oflVccrs, were given a
waim reception Tuesday by the
school children, who wcie gathered
on the ground of tho Japanese school
on Niitianu street above Vineyard.
Tim cxerrlsea commenced nt 1
o'clock Tuesday afternoon under tho
direct supervision of Consul General
Salto. There were present about sev
en teachers and 270 school children,
prominent among tho former being
Pilnclpal V. Mashlmo of tho Niiuanu
school, Principal Yoshlno of Kakaako
rchool and Principal Tanaka of Molll
III rchool. Mr. T. Shtbasakl, ono of
the teachers, had tho arrangement of
tho children In his charge, and they
bclnned remarkably well during tho
Shortly after their arrival the offi
cers wero given seats by Consul Gen
eral Salto In tho assembly room,
nhcro tho teachers v;crc Introduced
to tho aUUIhis brothers of the navy.
Consul General Salto, after the sing
ing of tho school 'children, gavo a
short nnd Instructive talk.
The CoiimiI especially asked tho
children to bo obedient to their par
ents and teachers. Ho further said
that Captain Hanafusa and tho officers
of thn Anegawa bad comn to find nil
for themsclws how the children ore
receiving the training In these schools.
Captain Hanafusa spoko next to thu
boyx and glrU. Ho said In part:
"Dear children, I havo come here
today In response to your Invitation.
Au I sat thcro on my chair nnd looked
Into jour faces, I made up my mind
In say something very simple, but of
great Iportnnco to our future- life. I
was greatly pleised lo hear your good
singing- nnd glad to sec 'you all behav
ing well, I want you all to be obedient
to your teachers and loving to your
parents, because It Is tho first step that
will lead ou to becomo good and law
abiding clIlzenB. Wherever ou nro
nnd w!mlccr oii do hour lu mind that
tho law of tho laud is above you, re
hpeit 1.1 and do not place yourself
abovo It. As you grow older your les
sons l)ecomo harder und moro dlftlcult
to learn; my dear children, do not be
disappointed, lut fnen them and )ou
will In tho end becomo masters of them
"Dear children. In closing I wish and
sincerely hope you will all try to at
tain unto yourselves true, honest nnd
noblo character. So that our nation will
havo nothing to bo ashamed of. Ho
loyal lo our Kmpcror and plant In you
tho spirit of patriotism."
Ono of tho school boys thanked the
captain and his officers for their visit
and especially for the talk which they
had listened to with Interest.
After tho closing song a picture was
taken Including Consul General Salto,
Caplnln llanafiiLa and officers nnd the
school children with their teachers, '
Commander Takngl of tb Ancgawa
will gho n lectiiro relating his exper
iences In tho recent war between Hus
sla nnd Japan. A large turn-out Is ex
pected. JAPANESE REJOICE
Llhue, Knual, Oct. 1. Qreat prepar
ations nre In progress In tho Japanrsx
colonics on Kauai In order to arrange
for a proper reception to tho Japanese
training shin Anegawa when she will
visit Iho Island There will be a scries
of feasts for' tho men and coffee und.
buc-ir of Kuunl production la to be the
gift to the seafaring countrymen.
Mr, 8. Sheba brought up about eighty
new laborers to Llhue a couple of
weeks ago, nnd the now men aro now
getting down to work. To bid the now
ui rivals welcome to !.lhu, tho Kapala
and tho Llhuo Japanese school united
In giving them a reception at Kapala
school house last Saturday. A real
good tlmo was given the new comers
and they wero made acquainted with
their many countrymen in thn district.
It Is hoped that, these soclfil gatherings
may have somo Inlluenco on tho men
and deter them from drifting off to the
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Kntered for Record Oct. 2. 1000,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. in.
T. H. MoBsman, Trio William Mey
William Meyer and wf to E. II. F.
Wol tor, Tr. " i M
Orafo I), Merrill by Tr to Arthur W.
Pioneer Illdg' & Loan Assn to Lnura
MnhcloitA , . . RM
Chang Chung Yuen to Yuen Cho ,,PA
n. M. Allen by Atty to Territory
Bfnhles Co.. Ltd Par ltd
Yokohama Specie Hank tq Yu Akal
ct nl i PA
W. II. Ulil and wife to N. O. Peterson.!)
Wm. U. Petcrkon tu N. O. Petersun ..D
M. tl. Pelerson to W. II. GUI M
Kntered for-reeord Oct. 3. 1906,
from 9 it. tfl. to 10:30 u. m.
J. Kelllptileole and wf to D. Forbes.. M
Tho Hawaiian, Kntomologlcal 8nclet'
will hold n regular meeting-tonight nt
7:30 o'clock at tho library at tho Gov
ernment Nuisoiy, Jacob Kolinsky will
present a paper on "Trlbolluin fcrnv
Politicians and a Few
Voters Present At
Somo half a dozen Democratic, votera
and some politicians held n couple of
precinct club meetings Inst night out
In Nuuanii valley. The Interest shown
was about as slim as tho attendance,
gome of the voters went to sleep and
slumbered sweetly through the spell
binding, and others looked aa If they
would like to do the same.
The meetings Vcrc called despite the
agreement that thtro should bo noth
ing of tho kind dor.o until niter the rat
ification merlins at Aala .park next Siu-
iinlni nlchl nfiil Mm r-il liillilnlos wlill
worn .-ntln.t ti.im, tri w.imlrr nl.ntll In II
tho lanes of that part of town wen
not greatly pleated at the cxtru uoik
thrown upon them.
The Ninth Picrlntt of the Fourth
District held Ho meeting nt the resi
dence of Sol. Mehcula, out on tlio Full
ttrect extension. Most cf the voter
In this prcclnct'llw much f.uther up
Ihn valley toward the Pall, and but u
lew of them wero present. Kol. .Me
hcula called tho meeting to order and
Introduced tho speakers. Canillil.iW
for Hepretentatlve Fred Weed spol.o
first. His uddtcss, which wn3 tliortr
was sadly Interrupted by the snore of
a omolt.nl Democrat, who had to be
awakened so that tho speaker could be
Col. McCarfthy was prcsint and
asked the support of the otcrs tor him
self nnd tho rest of tho ticket. Hn
thought they owed It lo the Democratic
party to suppoit tho ticket from lop lo
bottom. Col. McCarthy siioko but
brlelly ami then left to ndilress III"
gathering of the Hlnicnth Precinct of
the Fifth nt Ulpllianit's
At Illplkane's there were sixteen
rrcsenl. Frank Hunny, who had aim
spoken nt Mehciila'u, addressed the
audience. Ho was followed by McCar
thy, who ngaln asked the support of tho
voters for himself unit tho rest of Hit.
ticket. Ho promised lo do his best. If
elected, lo chnngo tho election laws,
which lis said, aro so lompllcated that
It would take a Philadelphia law) it to
oto correctly. Ho told the history ol
the laws and outlined tho changes hu
would havo made In I hem.
One of tho Democrats present lay
t-prnwlcd out mi a chad, sleeping
soundly, gasping and gurgling, lil.i
mouth wldn open to drink In Democ
racy as expounded by Harcy, Mi Cur
thy, et ul. His struggles proved rath
er dlscourcrtlng to tho speakers. When
Col. McCarthy Mulshed his address the
rpecder awoke for u minute, applauded
feebly, und promptly went to i.leep
Other speakers followed McCarthy
nnd llaney. It was oxplalncd that the
meeting was called moro for thn pur
pose of letting thn Miters get acquaint
ed with tho candidates than with thu
Idea of making votes.
Llhue, Kati'il, Oct, 1. The Kalahcn
plneapulc venture is going ahead in .i
very satlsfartoiy manner, Tho whole
tract has now been surveyed and cut
pp Into lots. They nro all of different
size, varying from five to fourteen acrcj
according to th(, quality of tho soil.
Fouttcen homesteaders hao already
fit led down and mado Improvements,
hulll houses, fenced their lots mid
Planted out their pities. Those, latter
have been doing cxcciitlonally lino this
summer. Tho motnlng rains and lb
hot afternoons havo sent them right
along, and thd planters hae all rea
son to feel satisfied.
A number of nppllcntlons foi lots In
this section havr been rerelvcd nml
will be attended to In the near future,
and everything point? lo a pro.iperoui
little community in that neighborhood
lo tho enterprising management vl
tho Mcllrydc Sugar Co. Is due all Ihn
credit for having made the now- Indus
try possible on this Island, and It U lo
be hoped thnt tho aim of theieby cleat'
lug a stable Muck of labor for tho plant
latlon will prove n success to It, as thu
planting of the pines will do to Hie
STIR IS TO
1EIVE II SOUND
The missionary steamer Morning
Stnr Is to leave Honolulu coon, prob
ably next Saturday Sho Is now dial
ing, having come ort tho ninrlno tall
way n few days ago. Tho vessel Is lo
bo taken to Seattle, where, an elfort
will be made, to sell her, Dfforts half
been made to fell her lu Honolulu, but
no satisfactory offors have been re
relvcd; so she will be taken to tho
Coast. The American Hoard of For.
clgn Missions wishes to free llself from
the expense of maintaining the Morn
Twenty-two thousand dollars Is the
sum asked for Iho vessel, Captain Mil
ler offeicd $16,000 but refused to pay
The Morning Star Iiiih been In tho
harbor since July 15 of last sear, when
sho nrrlved In from thofSoutli Sea Is
lands, badly damaged by n hurricane,
Captain Garland Is commander of the
gay Fine Job Printing at the Bub
Any woman who nutters from
Cramps, Daekacho, Nervous er
Sick Headache, Poor AppeMtc, Coo-
tivoness or General Wcakntss 3
needs the Hlttera to make her well
ugnln. It has cured thousands In
tho past 50 years. In cues of In
digestion, Dytpcpsla or Malaria, it
sli'uds first. Try n bottlo.
Territory of Hawaii )
Island of Oahu
THE REAL EXPLANATION OF
IN THE CASC OF
MADE TO ORDER
READY TO WEAR.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore the public at large that
there aro TWO KINDS of
clothing, namely: "Mado to
Order" and "Ready to Wear,"
and there Is all tho difference
In the world between tho two.
The reason you have worn
Ready to Vcar Clothing here
tofore It was a 7 of price;
but now, slnco we are making
clothes to your Individual
measure that give satisfaction,
for the same price as you pay
for ready to wear clothes that
can't give your mency's
worth. Say, It is about tlmo
you would get Wise and get
Your Money's Worth.
MADE TO ORDER
QUALITY AND FIT.
Nofidnij to Compare Them
with In Tills Town
Geo, A. Martin,
J. M. Davis .-.-.;
SEWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1268 FORT ST. near BEHETANIA. ,
Sewing machines for sale. '.
A machine cleaned and put In op." '
der S1.00. .
o OPIA CIGAR o
! I Best 5c Smoke ! !-
nATSGLUUn lUUAIiUU bU1 ,
J DI8TRIDUTORS. y
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobbing
Housepalntlng, Papcrhanglng, drain-'
Ing, Kalsomtiilnrj, Urlck, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, the
sign painter, comer Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 361.
KAUAI'S NOW PRECINCT '!
1 ll,M trnt.al II , 1 Tl,. .I,.nlt. 4V
of llie pre Incl boundaries on Knual lia.t
wiped out one of tho former precinct: , ,
it... ?..... I. IIhr .f nnn .....1 ...u.tml ....
now ones iho touitlr, Mukawell, nnd
The Hcp'.ihlleuti Voters of tho Malta--1
well Preelnct 1"'' 1 mcotlnK Inst Hat;
unlay when tho new Republican Club
wus oigunlzcd and officers for thu eri
suing two je.ua clcitoJ.
Tho it null of tho election wn) thv
following r,ci Of ofllceisi. I'r(ldt'iit;0.
V Smith, llrl vlco president, T. Ono
kej; hccuiill vie president, II. 3. Pad
gett; Eccielnry, J. A Combs; atalilaut
secidary, A. Cirvalho, treasurer, J.' K.
(Illniiin; member of tho ' 'kecnllviti
cuinmilteo: It I), Itnlilwlu. A. K. Mar''
rls, II. II, Ilrodle, W K Scliulto, A.'
K. Cope: Jinlcis of election: U. II ''
Clark, AkI Koolau, S. W, Holmes. ' "
The Weekly Edition of tha Rvenlng
HulleCn glvth a complete summary of '
tho nows of the day, For SX a yar,
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