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The Entire Stock of Oriental
Drawn Work and Em
MUST BE SOLD
Everything marked I n plain figures and at prices that will
New Speakers Address
Meeting On Fort
MUCH INTEREST SHOWN BY
TBOSE WHO WERE PRESENT
Shirt Waist Patterns
In eyelet, drawnwork and solid embroidery at IT
Almost Half Price
DINNER and lunch cloths, centers, squares,
BEDSPREADS, DUREAU SCARFS, TRAY COVERS, DOYLIES,
NAPKINS, NECKWEAR AND HANDKERCHIEFS
Greatest Bargain Prices
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. ' .
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
KJIUitrS DID VOltftS
To 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.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pck, haul and ship youi
goodi and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Bf'ck Warehouse, 126 King St. Phone,Main 58
FRED. BECKLEY, ADVERTISED
AS CHAIRMAN OF HOME RULE
I'reil Hecklcv. ndvertlscd by tliu
Homo tlulcrs na tho clialrraim of their
rally liclil last Saturday night at Anl.t
park, was one of the prlnclpnl speakers
fit the Republican meeting, on rori
street near Hotel. The nctlou of tho
Home Rulers In announcing him n
their rlialrman ho denounced an n piece
of grill, as ho said that he wan nut n
Home Ruler and had net been for n
long time. Ho was n Itepiihtlcnn and
was gjnd to ho on tho platform and
speak In behalf of tho Republican
The meeting of the Republicans Sat
urday night wiis a bli? one. Thero weie
In tho neighborhood of n thnusind pcu
plo present to hear what tho speakers
bad to 'my. The speakers weio near
ly all new ones and nou-cnn.dldntcs, thn
candidate! thcmsolvcn ijikliiR tho night
off to rct up, nftor their hard labors of
tho week. ' , t
Tho new speakers nil nindq Rood anil
brought out many new WiltitH which
proved of much Interest to tho votcra
The. chairman of the meeting was "A.
(!. M. Robertson, Mr. Hobeitson slated
In his openltiR address that the Repub
licans would not tako Issuo with tlia
Democrats on huncomhn and. numc'
culling. They didn't care to get down
to that level. Dili they wcro ready In
lake Issue with the Democrats on pub
"Tho Democrats say." said tho chair
man, "that they have tho Republicans
runnlnR. Thai's trtm enough. Tlicy
hnvo Rot the Republicans running,
and they're running so fast thai by Iho
slxlb of November tho Democrats
won't bo able to sco them for dust."
"Thn Democrats and tlm Advertiser
han In en Irving to mako thn prluulpnl
Issue of, thn campaign the elect Ion of
u sheriff, that Is Impoitant enough,
but It Is not the most Important nlllco
to he filled. Tho election of n Dclegatu
to Congress and of Kennlors and leg
islators Is even mora Important.
"In tho fight on llrowu being made
by Die Advertiser anil the Democrats
Iho prJuclp.il argument Is hut an Im
aginary one. They say Drown Is run
ning a machine. This is not true, and
tho Democrats, have failed to find, any
maihlnc. Ilrn'wn stands on his record.
"The Democrats are running Inukca
I lo bust what they call the machine. Hut
II takej a stronger man than luukca to
bust any machine. Has anyone crr
fouu danything strong about laukeu?
Ho Is a ery nITablo gentleman', hut It
takes n man ot a stronger personality
more backbone and less nlTablllty llmii
Curtis Inukea possesses.
"McClnnnlian," said Robertson, "has
been fortunate enough to tumble onto
mi Issue to dlsurs, thai ot Cuban an
nexation, and ho Is making tho most
possible out of Iho hugnbo'i. Hut even
tt tho rpustlnii of Cuban unnoxatlou Is
en Issue, what In tho name of seuso do
ton hcllovn .MiClanahan could do to
prevent the annexation of Cuba. He
twd his partney Kinney wnuliUJio ohm
tiy smaii urop in a very nig uucKCi.
"Deacon Trent Is a very Rood Demon
and of lou'rso everything hu siiyp must
be true. Ho wants tho voters to think
that the Democrats havo the ltopuhll
inns bctteti. Hut he ought to know
that tho Democratic patty, as II Is
madu up, (ouldn't heal any tiling. It is
composed mostly of a few real Demo
crata and a lot of disgruntled Republi
cans. Juukca Is it disgruntled Repub
lican who heenmo a Democrat becnusu
Iho Republican parly wouldn't glvo
him iill ho wanted. Chnrllo llroad, u
man who took part In tho last Repub
lican primaries, Jumped to tho Demo
cratic party becauso that convention
wouldn't give him what ho wanted. M.
A. Hllva is ii man who went to thn Will
luku convention and voted for tho Re
publican platform. Ho was bound In
l.lhue. Kauai. ()(. lsX-lt Is not onlv
tho younger element which takes nn
Interest in tlu coming election; tomt
pretty old men turned up at tho sit
tings of tho Hoard of Registration In
ortlor to sccufa their right lo throw
tholr voto in November.
Mann has the oldest voter on Kauai
Kahntnlkl, In spile of being jii years,
turned up bright and early to gel Iil3
name on the register
llnnapcno has for Its patriarch un
puktll who Is SI.
1 1 hue's oldest voter at the coming
election will bo Kucwa, who was born
175 years ago.
ivcnnn nus no rry oiu voier. limn
Auhca. who is "n, topping tho list
Al Kllauea fu jc.irs also marks tho
oldest reglstcrer, Uiiiiih having reached
A number of pcnplo over 70 regis
tered at llnnatel. Knhcananul Is 70
years hut wants to oln Just tho snmc
The oldest in Iho precinct Is, however,
Knwnakauknhl, who nl 81 tears old
Inkes tho third place on (he register ol
Tho increase In the number of vot
ers registered on Kauai over tho num
ber nt last election Is 8.1. The major
ity of tho new voters nrc Hawaiian,
next coma Iho Portuguese.
honor lo support'the Republican ticket.
Mid Joe. Kern, that notorious traitor,
was once a Republican, and In Hull
accepted the bribe ot a nnmlnatlo7
from the Civic Keds. Then ho roturnc.l
to thn Republican party and promised
to bo good, hut because lb" Republican
convention', held hero last month, In
which ho took part, wouldn't give him
nil hn asked for, he has again pro
claimed himself a traitor and has ai-
cepted tho bribe of a Democratic nom
"A' ticket mado up of such nn un
holy combination, such Ii mixture of
oil and water, can't Inst until election
day. The truth Is that while tho Dom
ncrnts nro claiming n lomntclo victory,
If they can succeed In electing two or
threo men, they will ro off In n corner
mid congratulate themselves."
Knlnnlnnanlc, who was to have been
tho principal speaker nt tho meeting,
iid not get hack from Hawaii. The
first speaker Intindiucd by Chulrinuu
Robertson wns Senator John C. Ijin.
I.nno spoke ot his proposed amendment
lo tho leper bill and asked the support
nf tho voters In gelling It passed. He
analyzed the Hcnuhllcnn ticket, point
ing out to the audience the good quali
ties of the men on It Ills nddress waf
an exceptionally good one and wns lis
lenedo to 'with the chi-est attention.
"Tho Democratic isillcy of 'anything
lo bent llrnwn, " said A. Lewis). Jr.,
"Is n most fall.it Ions ilnctflne. The
man who will scratch Is not a true Re
publican. Tho voters should bo bound
by the principal, 'tho greatest good to
Iho greatest number'" Lewis re- i
fcrred to the Comity Act. Tho Demo
crnln havo been n talking a lot about
an Iniquitous machine, but wo have I
hern n good mac bine. Hut tt needs i
amendment, and It Is tho duly of tho'
voters lo return to the Legislature Re
publican candidates who shall extend
tho Rood of the Act and amend It ns It .
should be amended. , I
Referring In tho question of Cuban '
annexation, l.ewlh snld Unit ho fnlloll
I Mil M I
An office can bs kept ccol on the most
sweltering days by an electric fan. You
simply attach it to your incandescent light
wire in, place of the lamp.
We can supply you with a good fan.
Once used you will wonder how you ever
got along without It.
OFFICE KINO ST., NR. ALAKEA.
Wc arc the only bakers. In Honolulu making.
LyMm 4T. Pbtkham's
Isnponltlve cure for all tboo painful '
ailments of women. It will entirely
euro tho'worst forms of Female Cum-'
plaints. Inflammation nml Ulceration,
ralllnfr and Dlsplneoincnts mid come
fluent Spinal Weakness, mid Is peculi
arly adapted to tho Cluimjt of Lift.
It will surely' cure.
It haa cured' mora cncs of Kemnlo
Weakness than any other remedy Iho
world has ever known. It Isnlmcutln
falllblo In such cases. ItdisMilves nnd
expels Tumors in, un ar)y stage of
causing- pain, weight nnd headache. Is. 'or our CAKES and PA8TRY,
Instantly relieved nml permanently
cured tiy its lc. Under nil circum
stances It acts In harmony with the
female system. It corrects
Snpprcsked or 1'alnful Periods, Weak
ncssnf thcSlomach, Indigestion, lllo-it.
Ing, Kcrvons lrostratlou, llcaducbc.
General Debility. Also
Extreme Lassitude. " don't-enro " and
" wnt-to-bc-left-nlono" feeling, exelt-
ability. Irritability, nervousness, s!cci
lessncss. flatulcney, melancholy or tho
"blues." nnd backache. Theso arn
sure Indications of Kemnto Wcaknesn,
some derangement of tho organs. Kor
and Ilackaclle of rithcrtex tho Vegeta
ble Compound Is unequalled.
You can wrlto Mrs. l'lnkham about i
yourself In strictest cyiifidciac. j
HOli K. FIXKniK MID. CO., I.fs, tut,
PHONE MAIN 390.
WC 8CLL IT FRESH FROM THE OVC.L
notsetses a delicious flavor; is most nutritious and ie tbo Ideal
bread for s.ipdwiclics, as It can be sliced thin as cheese. Altlioun.li much
superior la ordinary bread, It ie made In the tame size loaf and sells for
the same price
What la true ot our BUTTERNUT BREAD is also truthfully claimed
Ice Cream Parlors, Candy Factory.
Bakery and Lunch Koom
116 HOTEL NEAR FORT ST.
IT IS TO EAT
wbnt they arc going lo do when Ihey
Ect In. Hut Ihey never gut In
i-rniik Andrndr. reviewed Iho wort,
done by Iho Republicans, the llomn
Rulers and the Democrats In Hie lgls-,
1'iture. The Republican ticket, hn said.
Is filled with Republicans, not with
disgruntled DemocrntH. The Demo
rrntle ticket Is saturated with tho till.-'
Rruulleil Itcpuhllruna, I
Tho Inst speaker of tlm evening w.i-.
Heriiard Kellknllo. who made an ml
dress thai was well leeched.
Wc arc having the best of meats at all timet. That which Is
not produced in the Islands Is brought froni'tlic Coast in cold-storage.
Wc believe curs It the best assortmentof meats in the city
and for that rcaton wc want your patronage. The Alameda always
brings ut that which It good.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 45. -;
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
It In splendid petition to secure for
Itt patront the very bett Itland meat,
carefully handled. Alto itland Poul
try of every description.
TELEPHONf. MAIN 78.
FORT ST. OPP. LOVE BLDO.
Monuments of Quality
Wc always supply; now wc can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call o.i you
and show you our illustrations
Mil CALLfNQ IMPLIES NO OOLIUATION ON YOU TO DUY,
J. C. Axtell SsCO, IO.B.IQ50 AMca
TOO MUCH DUST
on Diamond head
Ilrihlenls up Diamond Head way nro
or the opinion that I Hoy are gelling
in hum mini 11 nun III nil null lliu en-c- , ,1,,,, ,,,, i., I. ,. 11i1,
lion, yxrcpl as regards the cho ce of ii ( f()r, ,, , cml f ,0 ,. ,
Delegate to CmiRrcM. He asked thn ,,llHl ,g vrry ,, ,, u , 1()l P
voters whether they thought they ,,lPnwui,CI(l ',,,. hl ,,. wr,,, , ,. ;
ought (o send to Washington a man ,,,,, ,,,,., i,i. i, niii.,n
like Kiihlo. who knows i tho ways of, otl(. R( nR WIlyK ,;aril nip,v. ,
ami tho people mit
want tho Supervisors to1
help them out to this extent. They
also want n sidewalk, mi that they will
not he in danger of being run down I
by nutomohllcs when Ihey nro blinded '
by the dust. A petition from them nn-.
leeched by Iho Hoard of Hupcnltoi t
ut IIh meeting Thiitsdny night, sug
gesting that it might Is" u good Idea
lo oil thn road or put on n top dressing
Congress ami who has tho supporl of, nR conditions,
iiii; iiKiii. i"iri. or a imiu use -'"interested
kiniuiiiiin, wnu is not onto mo ropes
nnd who would bo n member of thn
wrong parly ll Is the representatives
of tho northern -nnil middle-western
tUitrs nml will oppose Cuban annexa
tion, mid they nro tlm Republicans. II
Is tho Republican putty and not tho
Democratic which will benefit theso Is
lands on that question
Lewis was heartily applauded when , 0, HmM ro-k nr m,,,,,.,!.!,,,. t' Kh
(lcxtrliuin ilccnl w.ilUltiR.
P. E. R. Strauch
J4000. An artlvu nr Silent Partner
Wauled In n well eHtnhllsheil leglll-
, inato HuslnesH In Honolulu, either
lady or gentleman. I.argo I'rollts.
No HIskH,' Partner wanted to In
nrrnso llutlni'ss, party tan buy
mie-half Jnterest at Cost I'rlen. Only
hlinn fldo buyers considered, Excep
tional opportunity for Right Party.
MUD DF VOTERS '
OX THIS ISLAND
"It Ik up lo )iui'votcrs," slid Kred
Ucckley. to send Rood men to the leg
islature In make. Iho Inws, and not Iho
riff-raff of tho country,"
Hockley stated that at one timo he
huh iv Home Ruler, iiaturallyso, as hu
nits greatly opposed lo tho nnncxnt!6n
nf thn Islands to tho United Stales. Hut
that Is In Iho past nnd ho said that hoi
ir."."0? .'"?. "rM.,0"..W'' 'K CLASSIFICATION BY RACES AND
.r.v.n.'.. ....... "u ..;..'. .1. .,.": nationality of
IMiifiii.iK, iji.i 111 ninu ui mm, inn iiiiiiiv-i en VOTERS
Rulers, he said, had hud tho gall lo ad-1 ELECTION
vertlso 111 m as thn chairman of their '
meeting. "I hnvo been n Homo Rul
er," ho said, "hut I havo como to tlic prc.
louciiisioii inai ii is ino ucpuiincan i cnet. Hawn. For.
iniriy wnicn uesi serves inn inioresiH' . 221 144
2 ... 168 148
Preserve and Beautify Your Houses
(I by Btaininj; tliem with taWSiv
Cabot's Creosote n -'
Shingle Stains . .SMfei1--..
Tliu CreoHotii will make i - -j.Agg5' P&F -
. , - u'-v c-"-L- J
tliu vvooihvork iiiiiorviou
to ili-oay nr to Injury liy insouts, .iiul the sofl, clcty culoiiti-t
will (jivo a beauty that cm bo got in no other way. They
are ui.tile uitli tho liesl pie;,
incuts nml pure lin-ceil oil,
alnl tliu colors nrc guarantee'!
to Ikj fast. Thoy aro tlio
original sliinglu Mains, nml
tliu only 1xiii.i fide CVeiMute,
Kor samples on joi1, jirices nml full iiifonii.ition, apply to
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd., HONOLULU.
SAMUliL CAHOT, Sole Manufacturer, liOSTON, MASS.
C rau Ii i r, J I.
( t r. It j.,Hsi A m't.I Ye
Df the country," Hockley nmdo a hit
HOUSES FOR SALE,
jiouo. i or only
tagn .Kliiau HI. Well llulshed, On
ly HI P'T rent. Cash, Hal. U'M p.
J2700. 3 lied r. 1 aero Uit nr. Zon,
J1300. (5 r. l'uuutll 75 x ISO,
$2260. 7 f, King nr. I'awua, M x S.'.d.
i?C0.M x ft.' Uds, I'll ll Kill, l.'axli
WAITY UUOO, 71 8, KINO. 8T.
by his statement that ho believed the
Home Rule party Is in existence! today
for tho benelit'of tho Republican parly.
K. A. Douthltt told of the' good work
done by Hie, ltepuhllcan party, which
HccotintK for Its continued nieces. They
talk about a Homo Rule party, but
Iho peoplo .really havo homo rillo now
in the best tense of ho word. The
County Act pasted by (ho Republican
Legislature of I DOS gave tho roun'rvj
'trlio homo rule, government for thOi
ponjilo and by tlio people, ''nro jihi g-'
lug to turn down thn men," asked tliePre.
speaker, "who rhvo you Unit Act. thnt clnct.
county government?" j ,
iioiiiuiu roierren to inn work ac-;
cnmlillshrd liy.tho ltepuhllcan Hoard '
of Hupcrvlsors. They havo glen thn
county thlriy-onu miles of maradaui
Ized rand) and liuvn sponl :TiO,000 on
Iho mado "Vou have hroken away, ho
said, "from iho robin's cxg blue room
When you had Territorial guirrniurul,!
you hud lo wait about two years before
you could get a flvo-cent pleco. Now
oil get jnnr money day by day and
mouth by month. Theso things lire
' duo in thn Republicans What have
Iho DcmoiT.its to offer jim? What
havo the) iloniif Did Ihey pass Hie
Cniliily A. IT AhuilutL'l)' not. lint still
there ure Domii.'iMH who mitv irnwl
urnuud on lblr knees nnd ink Urn mf-
: fniKV if lU Aingiliiin clilteus,"
! .Inliii Wl.o fpjliiwnil )iMilll. Un
fcti tlm liciiiuciiits nrv ulwiirq uillim
Ch. Jp. Toll.
5 0 378
That' the iiumbcr to ling up If you
want aoda water that Is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and CIN
CER ALE the purctt goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
1816 1131 206 60 1 3391, WW!
Por. Ch. Jp. Totl.
1 2 0 '193
2 0 0 230
31 1 0 231
1 '1 0 121
15 0 0 82
31 fi 0 383
15 5 1 361 I
II 4 0 236
15 21 0 373
20 1 0 127
14 I 0 272
19 54 1 461 I
3 37 0 177 1
HENRY H. WILLIAMS.
has moved his retldence from the cor
ner of BERETANIA and RICHARDS
Streets to , ' , ,
240 King St. near Richards
New 'Phone Numb:rBLUE 1011 - !
2477 487 177 137 2 3256
To .Mr. and Mm. William II i
VV'lin, In IhTs ell. Oil, SI. I8u0, n "Ifiin palnWr, corner HoU
W. R, PATTERSON
Oonrral Contracting and Jobbing,
Houicualnllno, Paptrhanylnui Qr.ilii.
Ina, KalMinlnlny, Urloli, Ctinent and
Stone Work. Shop with Whltlls,- the
lUfCCli, PIIONU MAIN 3(1,
TEL, MAIN 473.
Tor Japanese ctokt, waiters, women
for homework and belli for day work, i
uppiicu on snort notiee,
linlliDdn fcjnvii untfl iuiiaii
uni-nui-ii- nu? ovmi vfiwn
fjUUANU aiUCliT MUAIl l'AUAI