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WVBNTNO nntLBTm. HONULTJLP. T. It,. THURSDAY. OCT. 25. 1906.
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OF THE GREAT
Hand Embroidered and Drawn' Work!
DON'T MISB THE
Greatest Bargain Event
OF THE YEAn AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
VA8T VAniETY TO
FOR ABOUT HALF REGULAR PRICE A
Hand Drawn Linen Squares
FROM .io) UP.
Hand Drawn Linen Sideboard and
FROM 81.20 UP.
Hand Drawn Linen Scarfs
FROM gl.flO UP'
Hand Drawn Linen Tea Cloths
FROM S1.G5 UP.
Hand Drawn Linen Tray Covers
FROM 90d UP.
Hand Embroidered and Drawn Work
Shirt Waist Patterns
1 FROM $2.40 UPWARDS.
Democrats Relieve Their
Minds Again At
GALE POSITIVELY CLOSES ON SATURDAY
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Knlulnnl school Inst night was I lie lane
est nudlfnco ever gathered nt thnl
lilacc. Thcro were nbout B.'fl pcopli
prnfent mid the meeting una very oril
o.'y ntiil full of enthusiasm (rom starl
to finish. Music was furnished by ttio
Wnlpn dice Club and was supported iv
tiff ml el &y&KDJVfura.
Is made of the hardest
material and fastest cut
ting abrasive. Will not
draw temper from edgo
GEO. E. LAMONT.
WAITY BUILDING ROOM 4
Tho Democrats held n mooting at
Mollilll last night, hut It was jioorly I
attended, nnrt what llttlo nolso tin
nudlcnro mado was duo principally to
falthlul Jnhnnlo PrendcrgnBt and a KALEIOPU.JUMPB QOVERNOR FOR
few enthusiastic ladles with him. I APPOINTING FOURTH MEN
Thajcr told tho asBCmhled crowd . INSPECTORS, FIFTH
mat mo Kopuuiicnns wero wrong in DI8TRICT
taking unto themselves all tho Rlorj
ror passing tlio County wt. As a
matter of fact, all three parties hnd
pledged themselves to pass it, and It
would havo been passed whether I ho
Republicans wero In tho mnjorlly or
not. Ho said that It wag generally
not considered good policy in change)
horses while crnttlng a stream, but
In this case It would be. Tho Itcpuh
Mean horse had left tho ford leading
to good County government nnd land
ed thu pcopla on tho Island of machltio
politic!". The peoplo should therefore
now tnko tho Democratic horso nnd
bo carried to tho good government
bank In safety.
Thayer nsked If It was good govern
ment to allow tbo Hlierlff to have n
police forco which devoted Its cnllro
tlmcMo pontics, and neglected to ar
rest tho burglars and thugs who linraB-
feed tho city. A. V. Gear bad prom
ised In work to havo tbo pollco force
Increased by tweiity-flvo men. His
role aim was to add twcnty-flve more
politicians to tbo pollco machine In
order to further strengthen It, Ths
prosonl forco wns quite nblo to enpo
with tho situation If It let politics
Thayer also told bis hearers that
ho would lot them Into some entirely
new secret history about tho llepior
hill, There weio two liquor hills ho
lore the Inst Legislature, ono of which
was drafted by the liquor men. It
was this bill which Drawn said would
bnvo been nil right had It passed.
SUM It wns this very bill which tho
Jlopubllcnn Central Committee pro
tested ngainst through resolutions to
tho Governor, nnd Thnyer challenged
the Republicans to produce the roc
nrilH. Tho other hill, which had been
drafted by his partner, llcmenwny,
was also nit right, but tbo Republican
Legislature bad mlx"d up tho two
bills, In nn attempt not to wound any
one, nnd had made n mess of It, Tbo
Democrats, If elected, would sea In It
Hint n good liquor bill wns passed.
Charles Droad said Hint the Re
publicans I (muted him for being a
traitor. Ho ncknowlcilgcd that ho
wns ii traitor, but had tho Hcpuhllrnii
puny ni'iut nitutgui lit rn i-uiivL-utlou
bo would still navo been a ucpuuiic-
an. As It was, tho llcpubllcnn party
wns so rotten Hint llroad could not
htnnd for It, so ho had left It for tho
Democrats, who did honest politics.
Harvoy roasted tho Doard of Super
visors, which ho charged was respon
sible for the stranding of tho Hawaii
an baud on tho mainland, through lln
failure to exnrt n bond from Joe Co
hen, If rkv'ctl. said Harvey, ho
would uso his best efforts to havo
Ihp County laborers paid weekly In
stend of semt monthly. He denied tho
charge that he would be controlled by
W. A. Kinney.
John Kinmcluth said that tho dis
franchisement bogey of tbo Republi
cans wns u farce, iih hiicIi legislation
would bo unconstitutional. Ho nlso
upoke on his old fnvorlto topic, taxa
tion, nnd other platform planks.
Trent, ns usual, blow his own trum
pet nbout hnvlng pnld 100 cents on
tho dollar, nlckiicll hud elnlmed that
he was responsible ns bo drew the
warrant, but Trent maintained Hint
he, only handled tho ensh nnd to, him
alone bclongod (he honor nnd tho
Win. .luirctt promised that If ho
and laukea wero elected, they would
put a stop to miiuy of tho present
evils by enforcliig'tho law to Its full
UK JNDIHK; llIMIPAlii
KalauokalanlSay sRecord j Kinney And laukea Ask
Shows Brown Is support of Voters
AHrlght For Latter
CIVIC FEDERATION IS
Tho Democrats held n meeting In
I Itnlni.id Iml itdii( lllllll ll "lii lilll lillllf.
COPIOUSLY ROASTED b nttended. W. A. Kinney and Curtis '
i inui.ct were the principal speakers. ,
Kamakn presided ami Introduced tin
speakers In tho most laudatory tvrnu.
W. A. Ktntioy toon tlio gtouiid tn.ii
tho Republicans refuse the endorsement
of tho Civic r dictation tor some ol
Thn meeting of tho Republican pnrly ! tnclr candidates becauuo sumo cnudi
at Kapolamn directly opposite t h I dales on tho other tickets were nl&o en.
ELECTRIC FANS provide comfort for the business man at his
work, and for his entire household, with but little expense and
A few strands of baby ribbon attached to the metal gdarc! give a
pleasing effect serve as a thirst producer when placed on the soda
An Electric Tan once purchased will last for years, Is useful In a.
'number of ways, and needs no repairs.
In the dining room, the library or sleeping room; In kitchen or
parlor, the Electric Fan Is always at our service.
Electric Light and the Electric Fan make a strong combination
for summer comfort. Order our Ian to-day.
HAWAIIAN ELECTPJC CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE, MAIN 390
dorsed. Tlio Hemostatic uimlldnlcs
aro not puffed up by the ctidurt-cmciil
he said. 'Ihcy are willing to take votes
Ironi angels or dolls, mid they want
them for the straight ticket.
Speaking ns usual on tho election
law, he said that It Is the Intention u.
., .... ..v. w. - u..r,.v. ... .. . mtv, im emu mm il in viiu iiik-iiiiuii u.
Mr. and Mrs. tllshnw. whose slnclitn ' the Democrats. If thev me elected, toil
was greatly enjoyed by tho nudlcmn. tMQ i,0 aw 60 nujeuded that a cross 'I
at tho head of the ticket would mean i
n vole for tho entire ticket. This would
result In fewer spoilt tlrkets, lit i
blamed the Republicans for their full-
uro to punish Ulrbe for his actions ai i
the Inst election.
Kinney denied that laukea Is tbo can
Ulilnto of the Advertiser, but said he '
Is supported by Hint paper bcciuoo the
Republican candldnto Is limit for the '
office. lotikca, iiccoidlug to Kluuey.j
will conduct thn otllcc. us ll should be .
conducted. The ltcpubllcmi lenders me !
hoping to elect Drown by roiiliibliig the '
voters so Hint hundreds of tickets will
bo spoiled. Tho voters should tnko care
that they arc not mislead.
Col. McCarthy, who followed Klnnej
tald that ho had Just heard n Mcpiihll-
A. V. Gear was tho Urn speaker with
J. K. Kanpplnl as his Interpreter.
Among other things he said that lh"
Democrat 1 seemed very much plotted
with tho endorsement of the Clvle l'edv
ns Mono of them has publicly slum)
otherwise. Ho said none of the Repub
lican candidates wcic glad to gel en
dorsement nt the hands of n few Chic
redB, ns thoy wero nil IndcpciicHil
men. Though n member of Hie Fourth,
ho promised, If elected, to see to thi
wants of the Fifth District.
A, S. Knlclopu snld he did not want
to mnkc pcrsonnl remarks. Yicn
Henry hncomo Sheriff he shut down
Mores on Sunday nnd many peoplo were
Inconvenienced nnd there was gcncrul
satlrfnctlon all over The tourls's
could not get anything on Sunday. Ho
attacked the Democrats nnd especially
Trent for claiming that It was the
work of the Democrats that thu labor
ers wero getting 100 tents on the dol
lar. Tho Republicans made tho law
to that effect mid not tho DcmocinlH
lln attacked tho Governor for appoint
ing men from the Fo'irth on the Ileal d
of Election Inspection on the Fifth mid
tald that those men wero not lit to sit
ns such. Ho promised if elected to
bring the water works, costs of H.u
courts nnd tho fees from licenses unt.cr
tbo county. Ho ttrniisly appealed lu
tho voters to vote for Brown mid Vidn
us mi black spots could bo found ou
their records. He iittiic-Urd thu Adver
tiser for publishing statements about
Ilrcwn every diy without foundation,
and promised to amend tbo law r da
tive to leper suspcils, (Applauic.)
Icb Cream Parlors,
HOME OF GOOD THINQj
People who are the most familiar
with the PALM RESTAURANT form
the framework upon which this estab
lishment's nrowlr.g reputation for su
premacy and leaderehlp Is being built.
It is hoped, with strict attention to
even the small details of cervlco and
the careful purchasing and cooking of
tho eatables, like that of the past few
months ,to construct this reputation
Into n truthful-built, well merited, co
lossal structure that will stand pre-eminent.
TRY OUR BUTTERNUT
11C HOTEL NEAR FORT ST.
IT IS TO EAT
can speaker say that thn Republican:)
d lit not oxnect success liv tlio linn o voiu
of tho Fourth District, fur Unit would "(vvvwvMVinrtAWVViaafWVtArtArtMVVVWWVW
bo spill, but by tlio voio or li.o nn
wnllnns, for tho Itepiibllcanu bad al
ways been their friend. .McCarthy said i
that John I Stevens, one of tho repre
sentatives of thnl party In Hawaii,
could hardly bo considered nn llu-lr '
friend, ns ho had helped to lalio I lie
country away from them.
McCarthy, llko Kinney, spoke of tho
election law. llo desrrlbcd the wurl.
Ing of the Australian ballot, which hu
said, would ensuro a squnrn ileal to nil.
He lauded laukeii, giving bis blslnry
from tho limn be U'Kan wotk lu ,tlie
service of the monarchy In bis position
as Commissioner of Crown L-iiida. lie
didn't take n dollar thai wasn't his
own, snld McCarthy.
laukea told what ho expe-ts to do It
Wc are having the best of meats at .ill llmec. That which Is
not produced In the Islands Is brought from the Coast In cold-stor.
age. We bcUeve ours Is the best assortment of meato In the city
and for lh.it reason wc want your patronage. Tho Alameda always
bilngs ua that which Is good.
lil?.lrTuoy miuntVu" the stand aml MCtfODOlltail Meat Go. Lrlcl.
the song "Iluelo." Mrs. lllshaw. who 1e ,vantC(, tllc votcrs t down llrown g ,'"vu vj-u-n... j.uww. .;
Is n Maul girl, sang the piece mot
beautifully and delighted the audience.
K) that tho pollen department might be
uiado clean nnd tho resort which mauo
Mr. lllshaw sings a very low bass J drunfcnrcts of boys and debauchees of
Is always willing to entertain bis bear- rjs C0SC1 p
era. As n result of their good dngln.Sl Ti,0 nemoeratln imrtv. laukea said, la
'PHONE MAIN 45.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WELL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
"We pack, haul and ship jout
good, and lave you money
Dealers in STOVE 'WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warckniic, 126 King St. Phone Main 58
rhc ISLAND MEAT CO.
I In a splendid position to secure for
Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also island Poul
try of every description.
Tho Weekly Kdltlon of tbo E-vonlng
Bulletin gives a comploto summary ol
the nown of the dny. For SI a year,
TELEPHONP. MAIN 78.
FORT 8T. OPP. LOVE BLDQ.
Monuments of Quality
Wc always supply; now wc can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
finrl tlirnr vmi mip Itluctrflf tnriu
.. HUM HIIUTT !( Whaa I IIIHII UIIMIIK
rilB CALLINQ IMPLIE3 NO OflLIQA TION ON YOU TO BUY,
J. C Axtell &CO, I018.J058 Alakca
fc ! 1 IIH I .! I I
P. E. R. Strauch
$4000, An Actlvo or Silent I'arlner
Wanted In n widl established legiti
mate ntislnrss lu Honolulu, either
lady or gctillemnn. l.nrgo Profits.
Nn nlsks. Partner wanted to In
crenRO Iluslness. Party ran buy
one-half Interest nt Cost Prleo. Only
bona fide buyers considered. Kxcep
tlonal opportunity for night Party.
HOUSES FOR SALE.1
$4000. For only $2750.-2 Story Cot
logo .Klnati Ht. Woll finished. On
ly 10 per cent. Cnsh. Hal, $25.00 p.
$2700.-3 lied r. 1 aero Iil nr. Zoo.
$1300. 6 r. Puunill 7.' x KiH,
$2250.-7 r, King nr. Pawaa. Wx25n.
$200. 5 x 105 Lots, Ptiuuul. Cash
they wero compelled to trcnt their nudl
encc with an encore.
Charles Hiistarc, Jr.. predicted bis
victory on the iHh day of November mid
promised If elerted to treat everybody
alike, llo said Hie Democrats stoin
achs were full of wind and the Home
Utile wns already dead. A liiiin, wbo
apparently was a Democrat, stirred up
u little excitement ngnlnst the remarks
of the speaker, but Charlie, with his
knowlcdgo of tho Hawaiian language,
soon biought his bearer to a halt nnd
moro than that. Charlie, won ono Dem
ocratic vote, lln was loudly applauded.
Jno. W Ciithcart said he was for
four years a ncniity Attorney General
of tho Territory and promised If eli-'t-cd
to Hie offlcc of County Attorney, ho
would proo himself worthy of their
confidence and would glvo every mini a
bnuare deal. Tho Democrats did noth-
gnlng to work for nn ninended election ,
law. Ho promised that ho would not
use the pollcu department to do pol-
Other speakers were Frank llaivey,
who gave his usual long tulk, hnd
Ho calil Hjo County net was secured by
control herself, while the Philippine.!
mid Cuba wero partly controlled by (he
Federal KovrrnmenL lln was uusry
with thn Democrats for bringing the
liquor Issue nnd telling tho people nt
their meetings how tho llrpnhllrnn
party was furnishing them with booze,
etc.. and denied the truth of tho state
ment Hint the Manor was bclns Klven
by thn Hcpiibllrnn party.
Chas. F. Chllllngworlii snni inai iih.
Republicans were supporting n Ha
wnllan liov. Prince Kuhlo. for Dclecalo
lug but denounce the nepubllcan party t Congress, while tho Democratic Del-.
for giving free booze, but forgot to rgutn to Congress whs n mere stranger !
lay that they Had no foundation to jip denounced tho Demociuts for iv-
eland on. Thn Democrats could not
speak of anything else bill tho Hcpub
8. P. Correa said that every patty
bud a machine, without which nothing
could he accomplished. A. Fernandez
was turned down by the Democratic
machine. The endorsement of tlm Civic
Feds wlw not meet with his approval.
Their action relntlvo to their endorso
ment of Qiilnn wns very funny, us they
tormally bucked against him for pass
ing tho open Sunduy law.
II. C. Vhln thanked tho audience for
the l-eglslatlwi honor conferred upon
111 in four years ngo nnd nsked them to
voto for him am", nil the rest on the
llcpubllcnn ticket on tho 6th day of
Novomher. Ho attacked tho Advents-
tacking mi old man llko Hmitli mid told
(ho audience they could. If they wanted
to. tackle n oung mini llko hlnibclf. j
I tic told the itudlcnco bow glad laukea ,
was In receiving the endorsement "f '
tho Clvle Feds, while the true Repub
licans publicly announced themselves,
as strnngl yopposcd to Hie Civic Feds' ,
endorsement. He promised to amend
tho law relative to leper suspects, mid
attacked Trent for upsetting Hawaiian
boys from tho wheelbarrow nt Knka
nko. He wondered why Trent did not
havo wbllo boys Instead. Ho cmplm-;
sized that fact to the Ilnwailang mid
told them to upset Trent mid nil tlioj
Democratic candidates on tho nth day
of November. ,
V. W. Hurries denied tho truth of tlm
htalemcnt as to bis having opposed the
I raising of laborer's pay to $150. II"
' ....1.1 . 1.11a Ih Ikn Ttmion liA inni-lnil lltsfll 1
hit Itl w H ll v ll! tuu i luuau ii "iimvn ii"i"i
" f " TMMI
The Original Shingle Stains
l'lixt made, tint In iin)ty ami 1'iu.t
lu the f.vor of ablni;lc-riain users.
Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains
liavo been tise(!, imit-'itoil ami nluticil for over twenty yearn,
Iml no iiiiilatinti or imKstiluto Iip.m tlio di'itli ami liclinoH of
color, tlio I.istiii; tt'it!tic8 o- tlm ofjil-pa-survini,' v.ilut.
Wood treated Willi tlieso Rt.iitis in ptmit ii.tinst. decay or
Injury Ii itiaeets, and llio colon aro guaranteed to lust.
For si m pi 03, prices iwitl biipplien, apply to
LBWORS & COOK I:, Ltd.,
SAMUItl. CAHOT, 5nl Mjnul.clurrr,
74 S. KINQ OT.
er unci tho Civic Feds for tho abuses
they had been guilty of during tho last
fniL- wpeks nnd said that thev bad en-
' --- - . nam mi v lit ,uu iiuii.n
dorsed him for tho position of Deputy , E0, i 50 n day for laborern. but the
Sheriff under Win. Henry, a position t ,,,1, wnlt kllC(J 1)y Mr Kammiii of Kauai
he held with tho approval of (lovcrnorl Bnrt senator Paris from Kona Ab to
Carter. It was with, the approval of ,hc (aw r(.iatve to leper suspects, ll
Governor Carter Hint ho wont to bring wa hlllpcl by Governor Carter nnd Ku
llcnry Kupea from London. Ho snld H manu of Kual. llo promUed If elerted
oleetwl to tho otllco of Deputy Hhcrlff,l( tno Boarj ()f Huporvlsois, to work
ol Honolulu, no wouiii givo an a kiuhiu (or n10, good of nil. (Appuiusp )
D. KalauoUahuil us 11 proper custod
ian of the records of Ibis County, snld
that ho had not on flic or In his snfo 11
complaint ngalnsl Sheriff Drown Al
though the Advertiser hud teen (It tfo
nllnrlc and criticize Ilrown's ndmlllls-
Joo Kalttiia (list nttacked Governor, tratlon of police nffnlrs. limy could not
Cnttrr nftd W 0. At-hl for hicakliiB tclmo rtfihl out mid oxplaln their posl '
tno ttui anil regulations ni uio jic- i,m, 1
publican contention and for not nbld- chairman Kamu IntroJtued lliown
In;; Iiy tbo robiilts of tho action of tho ,i,c kpIboii of tho Pacific, who would'
Hcpiibllrnn convention. Ho spoko ol'ruo the waves of thu irnan. llrown
the good work of Kuhlo and asked the bajj 10 woui not waul to bn n candi-)
nudleiico not to fen a ntrangcr to Wash- ,iutn ior county Hhoilff If ho know thu
Inclon Ho nrnUcd ChllllliKWorth for ' ,n,.n niiKiinimniilm, was uni ilchl.
catiflnij tho urtest of a woll known Ht-1 j0 wanted to run and defrut mid (lis-
Jas. Illcknell said that tbo County
1 Tro isurcr wns forced to pay tho proper
warrants Issued by the Auditor. He
I itsl'.ed for his rc-olcctlon and tho
' btrnlghl Itepuhllcnn ticket.
That's the number to ring up, if you
want soda water that Is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GCR ALE thu purcot rjoscls manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Tclcf-honc Main 7 J
O. 8. LEITHEAD MANAGER
Clothes Cltsnsd nri PrtMsit by th lorncy fur KambllrtR. nd' irciltrtci tlio r0urnKn tlio Civic IViIb ami tlia Artver-
ili'i'iiuu m mo iiepuiuiniii iniiuuuura er Hu priilillHi'd r elected ID won;
for .Senators m- . ,fli iiiurc'4la of nil thu people.
V O Hmlih was llniodufi'd as Ilin lApplatlnu mm niiisli.i
"lllndstuiic of iIih llHpublli'.iu pan; A spoclnl niiup.ilt'ii miiik fin lliouin
uu iriiuvi vuiis. iiiiu inn mjiiiKirs iiimi ,.aa Hniiir uv ,ir, (inn j rs. us aw.
been very .ticcrwfiil. The 1'nlli'd ulilili rained sitrli riilliinlnim tlmt Hi)
HONOLULU PENOVATiriQ CO.,
J, J, Fsrn, Managir,
nldiiMi nur Quisn fits. All til
phono inonajn promptly sttsndid (a,
IWt nil for and dellvir, Pyilng xlr,lnluu luul nlun lluwnll lull iui IUthl()u m, t uo HUcu.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
liao moved Ills residence from the cor.
ner of DEI1ETANIA and RICHARDS
' Streets to
240 King St.. near Richards
Nov 'Phone Numbcr-BLUE 101 1
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