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gVEMNQ BULLETIN, HOMOLtfH). T. H F1UDAY, OCT. 6, 1906.
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.
New Wash Fabrics
Embroidered eyelet effects, In an entirely new Mercerized
material at i 25r PER YARD
COR8ICAN TWILL 8HIRTING3:
Full 36 Inches wide, strictly new, and In a variety of
patterns at 15J PER YARD
PRINTED FOULARDS! , '
A soft, fine, sllk-flnlshed material, suitable 'for shirt
ings and cults, full yard wide, In a fine range of pat.
terno ,, 15 YARD
LUZON MERCERIZED PONGEE:
Entirely new, and equal to any Imported material,
for men's shirts or ladles' costumes at 25tr PER YARD
NEW PRINTED BATISTES: .
Latest designs, fine quality, and a good variety of pat
terns at 15r) YARD
10 yards to tlio piece; extra fine quality 81.25 PIECE
An entire new assortment, full yard wide and worth
1212c. Our prle lOd YARD
New designs, 30 Inches wide, of fine quality. A suit
able material for Shirts or Shirt Waist 8ults. Regularly
sold for 20c yd. Our price O YARDS $1.00
8ILK MIXED MOUS8ELINE:
Something New. In exquisite patterns and colorings,
very stylish, and fully worth 35c yd. Our price. ...25b YARD
PRINTED DOTTED SWISS:
Entirely New. In check and plaid designs. Our price 20J YD.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co Ltd.,
Cor. Port and Bertatanln
Otherwise It Is Just t he richest, purest cows' milk with
pure cane sugar added and thickened by evaporation by the cel
ebrated Borden's process. Every can bears the signature of
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
T. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.,
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out, Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
O. B. REYNOLDS,
767 ALAKEA 8TREET NEXT BAIL ORB' HOME.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO: I
WILL CALL FOR
We pack, haul and ship yout
goods and save you money.
Dealers H STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Wairchouse,
p u i M'nm'MVL
EAGLE BRAND Condensed Milk
Is safer than ordinary cows' milk
because It Is absolutely sterilized.
126 King St. Phone Main 5o
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me mm in
TERMS OF DIRECT
EXPRESSES 80ME NEW OPINIONS
ON ADMINISTRATION OT LO
CAL AFFAIRS AND HANDLING
OF TERRITORIAL BU8INCSS
DEVELOPS IDEAS OF
REMEMBERS TEACHERS' SALAR
IES AND DEAL8 WITH PROB
LEMS OF THE HOUR IN TERSE
AND VERY EARNEST FASHION
IIII.O, Hawaii, Oct. 2. Following Is
the platform adopted by tUo Itcpuhll
can County .Hid District Convention cil
Tito Republican parly of the County
of Hawaii, assembled In regular con
vention in South llllo Hcptomber 2J,
100C, pledges Its unswerving allpf;!
nnco and lldellly to the principles
which have guided tliu rounscln of the
National Republican party of the Unit-
(I States or more thau half a cen
AVcl icordlatly endorso the pulley of
nur present Admlnlstrution. rrcel
clcJnt Itnoxnvclt has nobly defended Hit?
great fundamental prlnclpleu of tlio
nnllnn und of nur purty, that oil per
sons are t(iinl before tlio law; Hint
the accumulutlon of eicat wealth In
the linndg of a fpvv la a national tneii
ace; that the freedom of tlio Individ
tint niM the protection of hia property
are absolutely essential to u Itcptibll
(an form of Government.
Wo ciidorsu the oncccsRful ndmlnls-
(ration of tlio public affnlni of thin
Territory, commendlnc particularly
(iovemor Carter's able inunnKcmcnt
of the nniiiiceu of the Teirltury. which
has brought our expenditures within
nur Income, nnd been tho means of ex
tending and Improving needed public
works, and we commend iilun the pot
ley of encouraging Immigration.
Wo attain pledgu our Mtpixirt to Del
cgato Kalanianuoto In all his cnde.iv
nru to securo Federal ah) for this Ter
ritory, and wo congratulate him on
the success ho bus nlready achieved
In this respect.
Wo heartily endorso the admlnlstra
lion of tho County of Hawaii, by tho
first Hoard of Supervisors anil hereby
express our appreciation of tho honest
and nhlo manner In which tho affairs
nf the County have been romluctcd.
Two years ago tho Republican party
of thlj Terrllory jKilntcil nut lo tho
people Hint ihu centralized form of
i;ocriinicnt then existing, hero Is nn
Institution which Is nt enmity with
American principles. At that time wo
pledged our fnlth to Institute n now or
der of uffairs by tlio formation ' of
rounty government. Upon this pledge
to tho electors Iho Republican party
submitted their candidates for eloctlon
with a result which showed tho np
proval of our cltiicns of nur campaign
Issue. Tho lust l.eglsla'aiio cont.iinod
a, majority of Hepuhllcan inenihers
unit 'through tho efforts of thouo mom
hers County government wus given lo
the Territory of Hawaii. Wo point
with prhlo to'tlils legislation which Is
the most Important fur tho welfare
nnd upbuilding of our community now
to bo found ou our statute books. Wo
.iBcerl thut County government has
proven to bo an entire success anil
that the future, legislation of this Ter
ritory shall beo no recurrence to th4
rid order of things.
In making this public iloclaratton of
nur principles wo must firmly bind
ourselves tiftho perfecting of tho sys
tem of County government already In
augurated nnd to tho end that our
Territory shall havo an essential, wlsa
nnd economical administration of its
tffalrx, wo pledge oursolvcs to the
fulfilment of tho principles announced
P. E R. Strauch
$2700 Large Houso and aero Lot on
Car Lino near Zon. Easy payment.
131 K snap.
(3500 Elegant 11 room modern Ilesl
denco . Btablns, Outhouses, Lot
170x210. Will be sacrlllcod at 1-2
$1300 6r, Cottagoat l'uunul ur. Llllba
Tormlnus. Lot 75x150. Health
lest place In Town.
$2250 Cottago on King St. nr. Wat
klkl turn. Lot 60x250, best resi
dence dlstuct. Easy pavments.
10 per cent. Cash. Will double In
value next two years.
$200 Hoverol fine Uulldlng Lots, Till
cleared; nt rnunul. $25 .Cash; bal
anen monthly without Interest.
Thoso lots aro the best In town for
$75 per annum 10 years' leaso on
, 1 1-2 acres of level land, rich soil,
free fiom stones, near Kalllil rer
'And Other Bargains.
NO. 74 80UTH KING STREET.
In this platform, nnd to theso princi
ples shall direct our crforls In letter
nnd In spirit,
U Is evident that the present Coun
ty Act is a consorvnllvo departure
trom th centralized form of govern
ment which It supersedes nnd that tho
lime has eomo when It shnll bo ex
tended so as lo give the people and
the om'ccrs of the respective Counties
of tho Territory fuller opportunity to
Eovcrn thcmsoltos more completely
Mid In accordance with tho principles
of American local self government.
At the next Legislature appropriate
legislation should be adopted whereby
(he County Supervisors shall be en
trusted with larger powers to provlda
for public roads, bridges, hlghwavs,
water works, sowcriigo systems and
public buildings, withdrawing from
the Territorial central government the
Immediate control of thoso Institu
tions. lCach County .should have at tin
County seat a proper Record Oniic,
where deeds, mortgages nod other In-
HtrumctitH of conusance of property
located within the County can be plac
ed of record so that the public within
the County can prutnt their own In
ter cut a by having necess to Iho Instru
ments by which property Is conveyed
The Jali )' cm of the Territory f
Hawaii Is nut In necord with the ruilit
of American legal Imtltullnni which
licucflcently rouulrej I he separation In
places of contlncment of persons who
tire found guilty ol mlsdmeanorn and
petty offenses and thore who are timid
guilty or infamous ctlmc-s. The Jails
of tho Territory other limn the peni
tentiary called "Oaliu prison" should
bo turned over lo tlio respective
Counties In which they aro situated.
rrlsonem who iiavu been convicted V
petty offenses and misdemeanors
xhotild be confine-d lu such County
Jails and the care and maintenance nf
suich prlsouoix should be wholly n
churgo upon nnd the County get tliu
benefit of their labor.,
Tho public- highway is the most lin
portant public Institution with which
v.o have to deal and upon tliu eatnb
llsbuient nnd maintenance of proper
hlgliwavs and communications be
tween the different portions of our
Counties depends in n large measure
the projperlty of our citizens. Mnr
nnd better roads should bo mnde al
though such expenditure uhould bn
made wisely and with ewry regard to
economy rouulctcnt with high eftlrieu
cy. The work requited lo bo done upon
the public highway In tho construction
and euro of nil public lm-t(tullons
should bo confined entirely to citizens
nnd for such work tho highest price
Hlmuiii bo paid consistent with econ
Tho principles tf the government
which we niinoiiiuo In this platform
cnll for a large public expenditure lo
be inado In ench of tho Counties and
a readjustment of the present taxation
t-vstem mint tie niada to meet tho pro,
posed changes. Under the present
revenue systum n larger proportion
of public monejs Is given to tho Ter
ritorial Treasury for Territorial "pur
loses than Is necessary for those ends
nnd. Justice to our local InstllLtlons
necessitates n fairer distribution of
tho public revinua between (lie cen
lial government nnd Ihu County gov
ernment. Each County should recelvu
a fair proportion of tho Income taxes
which nro earned within the County
and for this nurnoso untironrlnto leg
Islntlon must he enacted to entitle tho
collection of the liicomn tnx In tliH
County whom the major portion nf tho
property of the lucomo taxpayer Is sit
uated. Tho rocnucs collected for 11
cctrsos and thoo collected for flues
and costs In the various District
Courts should hecomo u County reve
nue. To this end vigorous measures
must be adopted in tho next Territor
ial Legislature, mid wo plcdgo oii
selves and tho candidates whom wo
shall offer to tlio people to a 'raot
(nlthfiil obsmnllou of this principle,
Tho Increase In tho nbuse of Intoxi
cants h u grave mcniico to tho wel
fare of our community and to many of
our citizens individually. The present
laws relating (o tho sale nnd distribu
tion of Intoxicating liquors do not af
ford sulllcicnt pioteetlon to Iho com
munity and they should bu radically
sltercd to meet tho now apparent re
quirements. Wo stand for tho better payment of
(ur Jurors considering tho Inconveni
ence nnd travel they nro compelled to
tuako attending tho scvctal Circuit
Courts within this County, and urgo
that tsucli legislation bo enacted that
Territorial Jurors bo paid ou tho cuino
basis ns Federal Jurors.
We urge that liberal appropriations,
bo Hindu for the Hoard of Health to
r.u.ird against epidemics mid to pro
vide for medical aid for the Imllceut
We favor the rapid opening of pub
lic lands, and bcllevo In tho disposal
thereof to bona fldo neltlcru on tho
is of proven value
Sixty years is
pretty good test.
No acid, no grit
Ask your dentist
most favorable Icrms. Wo advocate
that ndenuatc appropriations ho made
for the prompt survcjlng nnd plotting
of nil Government tnnds.
Wo will urgo through our Delegate
Iho nmendment by Congiess of St'C
Hon 73 of the Organic Act so ns to
givo to our Legislature the tight to
amend the land laws.
The wldo interest moused for the
nehmu-cment of tho public schools
sIiowh that the people nro alive to the
necessity for the protection and devel
cpment of this great factor of our
American piogress. We pledge our
legislative representatives to the adop
tion of appropriations thnl will sccec
foi the teiichcrs of the Territory, tliu
lcmuncrntlon which their training nnd
experience Justifies, under tho rules
mid regulations of the Department of
I'ublle Instruction. Wo fnvur tho ex
tension of manual training In the' pub
lic schools. Wc favor the appoint
ment of a local Hoard of IMucntlon for
c.ieli County, which such hoards shall
have full charge of the public schools
In their respective (,'ountlcH, under
nnd subject to such general rules and
regulations as may be prescribed by
the Department of Public Instruction,
mid we further urge Hint liberal nec
essary appropriations bn mndo fur
We recommend that n liberal appro
priation bo mnd? for Hie support of
the inllltin of the County of Hawaii.
The Promotion Comnilttfo held itu
first meetlnr; tlncc tho departure of
Recrctnry Wood yesterday afternoon.
Although the energetic spirit of Wood
was mlftsed. the members shotted Iheni-rnlu-a
up to inurf liy offvilng ,-init
adopting scleral new and original sug
gestions. Hartley miggrilcd encouraging pho
loKr.tphers, nmnleura mid jirufcssluu
nls, display their work In tho commit
tee rooms, (iirtley was autnurizeu to
take the matter In band. He will call
a mcctin; of nil Inlercrted nmnteurs
lo inert in the rooms of the HiiRluccrlng
Acsoclatlon nt 8 p. m of Wednesday of
next week, for the purpose1 of dhscucs
Ing tho proposition of hiving euch mi
exhibition. On this camo occasion
Gartloy will give a talk ou "Hxposurn
und Derelopment." while Mr. Warren
of the HonoJulii Photo-Supply Cu. will
fcpe.ik on "U-iijea."
'Iho following letter from Jnrcd
Smith was rrad:
Honolulu, Hawaii. Sept. 28. 1'JOG.
Hawaii Promotion Committee, Hono
lulu, T. 11.
Gentlemen: Under tho direction of
the Chief of Insular Stations I have
been directed to prepare material rep
tescntlng Hawaiian Industries for Ihu
exposition at Jamestown. This station
scut unite an exhibit to t, IjoiiIs, and
the mnleri.il shown there was again
exhibited at Portland, and Is now loan
ed to the Yale Commercial Museum nt
New Haven, Conn., subject to recall for
further exhibition purposes. Tho larg
er purl of tho exhibit now at Yale Unl
verslty consists of tropical fruits.
Would ou bo willing to contribute
any other products, ouch as pineapples,
sugar, sisal, vanilla, tobacro, coffee,
luuiicr, rice, spices, -silk, etc.. for exnt-
Dillon nt tho Jamestown (Jentcmiliil in
connection with tho station exhibit? II
ho kindly stato what, tlio amount, and
when It can lie ready.
Jly understanding Is that the total
(ol nf transportation and Installation
vt the exhibit will be paid by the Unit
ed Slates tlov eminent.
JAUi:i) (I. SMITH,
Special Agent In Charge.
Tho committee decided Hint while II
could spend no monoy ou tho mallei,
It would communicate with pcuplo who
might want to exhibit, and refer them
to Mr. Smith.
Secrclaty Wood reported In a Icttct
that Mr. (llffard hud secured him free
transportation ou the Alameda, lu spite
uf tho fact that tho Oceanic S. S. Co.
people knew that th Pacific Mali Co.
bud refused to grant such u favor. The
committee, pas.ced a vote of thanks.
Tho "lllack nnd tlolcl," a new High
School paper, asked for iisalstanie eith
er in tho way of subscriptions or oth
erwise. The laionlc "no funds" will he
Hartley brought up the suggestion
to havo local school children corres
pond with bchnlara ou the mainland,
thus doing good promotion work. He
recommended communicating with
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Ilabbltt about It and promirril to do so
himself. Ho olso spoke of tUo advis
ability of having n cowboy slum. Hart
ley further sild that tho Orientals here
wero u promotion asset whleii nad been
rather ucglectod. Promotion literature
and pictures should pay more atten
tion to tills, as for Instance Chinatown,
iho Japnncso theatre, the Chinese gold
tinlths, etc. Hartley also suggested
that tho local pedagogues could do
much good by writing articles covering
Hie various strange educational prob
lems encountered here. Morgan will
ceo Principal Kdgar Wood of th Noi
inal school about It.
Y.M.C.A, NIGHT SCHOOL
The evening classes ut the Y. M. C,
A. will begin Monday night, October tj.
All the men who are Interested In any
rr.urse will meet In the building Satur
day night at 7:30, at nn Informal ie-
enptlon There will ho a few brlel
Inlks on Iho work of tho dupartnient,
after which the teachers mid prospec
tlvo students will get together to cjcchlo
on the evenings on which the various
classes will meet. After n social lime
together and refreshments students.
will bo enrolled for the year's work,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin. ,
Of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, tho
Great Woman's Remedy for Woman's His.
I F&i i?ss "tj(- ?,. at
II rci 4 K i
No other female medlcluo In the world lues received micIi wide spread and
nquallQcil endorsement. .
No other ruccllclnu tins such a record of cures of funalo troubles or such
boats of grateful friends ns lias
Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
It will entirely euro the worst forms of IViualo Complaints, Inllnmniation
and Ulceration Knllltiir nnd Disiilaceniunt, mid cuasucUtut bpltinl uil.iiess,
and Is pcciilinrlv'adnptcd to the C'hnogo of Life.
It liss cured more cimcs of lliicknclio nml f AK-al Wciikm-s'cs than nny other
remedy Iho world bos ever known. II In utmost, infslllblc In such ea.soi. It
dUuolrrs nnd expels tutuoia In uu early htugu of development.
Irregular. Nupiiresscd or Painful Periods, TCcnlcncsn of the Stnmsehi
Indigestion, llluntliig. Nervous l'netnilloii, lleadneli", (IiMiernl Debility
qukltly jlelil toll. Deranged organs, euusliifr pain, welgtil nnd biuksche, in
stantly relieved nnd permanently cured by Hsum.-. Under nil clrcniiistimeealt
Invigorates tlio female system.
It quickly removes Hut bearing-down feeling-, extreme lassitude, "don't
cans" nml "vvant-to-bc-left-ulono" feeling. ccltnblllt. In lla1,lltv,, nervous
ness, dizziness, falntnens, tUcplcbsncv. llatuleiiey, inelaneliolyor tlio " bluew"
and headache. Theso nro miru Indications of l'einal,' We ilrliew, or wjuie !
riingeiuent of the organs, which this medicine, surely euros Chronic Kidney
Complaints nnd llackacbc, of either r-ex, Hie VcgcUMc Compound cores
Those women who i close to accept anything elso are ivwardM h liiindrrd'
thousand times, for they tfcl wliut Uiey vvuut u cure, hold by Druj.'glns
vry where, lletuws all substitutes.
Alexander & Baldwin
. . COOKE MuMijar
if. W. Baldwin Pratldtnt
I. B. Castle Vies Prtsldsnt
H, M. AUxandr..,8cond Vic Pre.
L. T. Pack Third Vie Pres.
J. Watsrhouso Traasurar
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Dlrtctor
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial A tuar Ce.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhsl Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Comoany.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Hakakala Ranqh Comoany.
Castle, & Cooke; Ltd
:: Suiar Factor.
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co.
The Kohala Sugar Co,
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co,
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Dlake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Aoent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Au'ncy,
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
1th FLOOR, STANQENWALD BLDQ,
A VICTOR TALKING MACHINE?
Nothing Else So Good For An Even
DERG5TROM MU3IC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellows Uldg.
Territory of Hawaii )
Island of OhIiu
THE REAL EXPLANATION OF
IN THE CA8E OF
MADE TO ORDER
READY TO WEAR.
"Subscribed and sworn to be
fore the public at largo that
there are TWO KINDS of
clothing, namely: "Made to
Order" and "Ready to Wear,"
and thero Is alt the differences
In the world between the two.
Tho reason you havo worn
Ready to Wear Clothing here
toforeIt was a ? of price;
but now, since wo are making
clothes to your Individual
measure that give satisfaction, i
for the same price as you pay,
for ready to wear clothes that,
oan't glvo your money's
, worth. Oay, It is about tlmo'
you would get Wise and get
Your Money's Worth.
MADE TO ORDER
QUALITY AND FIT.
Nothing, to Compare Them
with In This Town.
Geo. A. Martin,
DURABLE AND ATTRACTIVE .
For 8ale Made In Mission 3ylei. A
To Order. -
FONG INN CO. ". '
1152 NUUANU BT. P. O. BOX 939,
V. R PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobbing,
Housepalntlno, Papcrhanalnu. Grain.
Ing, Knlwrolnlnn, Brick, Cement; pprf hi
Stone Work. Shop with Whb;tle,"Ulio? i
olgn painter, corner, Hotel and'Unlofi5'!
streets. PHONE MAINJ331,;,,