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KVKNtNO BITM.RT1N, HONOLULU T.HU SATURDAY, NOV. 10, 1906.
Children s Pumps 1
Prices, $2, $2,50, $3-3
Xha Newest and Smartest Sunday
Da'nelniE or Party Slipper specially
ordered as suggested by Mrs. dunn
uh the latest and proper dancing
Patent Kid and White Canvas.
Now on Exhibition
E Mclnerny Shoe Store S.g
SE FORT STREET J3
?WiUUUUUUUUU ill UiUlUUltilUUIttR
In California Wlnei, our Superior BURGUNDIES, CLARET8
AND WHITE WINES. And at an Inducement we will tell a lim
ited quantity o) the' above Table Wine at
' i PER CASE OF 1 DOZEN QUARTS AT $4.00.
. w TRY A CASE.
ON RECOUNT IESUL1S
SUPERVISOR GEORGE W. 8MITH
VOICES SOME WHOLESOME
COMMON SENSE OTH
ERS ALSO TALK
"Wlmt Id your feeling at the result
of tho recent election?" wn tlio qiies
tlon ankcd spvoral well known men
about (on ii by n Uiilletln reporter, and
this Ih the way they cpltomlted their
Oeorgo W. Smith, chairman of IIih
present Hoard or Supervisor)!, Bald: "I
was surprised at tho result. I thluk
It Is a matter of regret that such
sterling men as W. W. Harris and P.
T. P. Waterhouse should have been
defeated. A man of Mr. Harris' abil
ity Is necessary on tho Hoard of Su
pervisors, practically n butlncss or
ganlzatlon, However, It Is In order
for the Itepubllcan party to prepare
now for the next election, and to elim
inate any and all elements that would
bring discredit to tho party as a party.
The campaign methods used wcro not.
In my opinion, such as would lead to
victory. Ah a citizen, without regard
to party nmilutlons, I shall do what
I tan to assist those elected to office.
"I trust that wo shall not' again see
such a campaign of bitterness as that
through which we have just passed,
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
169 KING STREET.
Bulletin 75c per month
f - -i r
Fine , Mute for plantation
work on the Nevadan. Call
early and make your selection.
HONOLULU STOCK EXGHAN6E
' HONOLULU, Nov. 9, 1906
NAM! OF STOCK Pali U 15 Bla AvVni
C Bravtf It Co
tin PImuiImC ....
Hawaiian Su(tr Co .
Honami Sarar Ca
Hoackaa Saga Co .
Hanoi Sarar Co .
Kahoku Plantation Co
Kttul plantation Co IM
Xoloa Safar Co i
McHrrda Suaar Ca
Oalm Sugar Ca .-
Onoaoa sufar Co......
Ookaia Sar Plant Ca
8laa Sucar Ca tri .
lowalu Co -. -.
Paaunau Sutar PtaatCa
racinc sugar aim ...,,
Pata Plantation Ca ....
Ptaaakao Sua ar Ca .....
Walluku Sugar Ca ....
Walluku Sugar Co Scr
Walmat. Mill Ca
Illar-lalan4 SuanN Ca
Hawaiian EltctrleCa -HonRTft
Hon K. T L Co Coa -Mutual
Taltphaaa Ca -
OaMi H at L Co
Hlla RaHtoil Ca ......
Nan. B.M Ca
lli. Imla p c
RtlUIKtlllg loo) -
HavrTrr iWpc t.
Haw Tirrl atfp c... .
Haw Gov p C-.
Cal. tit. Sug. ft Rat Co
aw Com at
Haiku Sugar Co a p c
aw Sugar Coa p t
Hlla H H Co Con t p c-
noa k l ikLOftat
Kabuku Plant Co 6 c
Oaha Sugar Coa pc .J
Pala Plant Co
Pionaor Mill Ca t p c -Waialua
Atr'' 0, 5 p c
"One of the painful things of
this campaign has been the attl-
tudc of s6mo of the pastors of,
the churches of the city. I be-
lleve In and recognlzo the right 4
of a minister to lead his people
In morals and right living, tint
theso prolcssed followers of the
Meek and Lowly Man who left
w tin the nnlemn tnlunrtlnn. 'tiifln.4V
not lest ye bo judged,' have not !
a lifiallntu.l In utn.iliAmlin, urn. X!
cecdlngs or from their pulpits,
v iu uiiuiiiii, juiif.u huh vunuuiiiii .
4 prominent men in the communl- 1
4 ty, basing their charges wholly on 4
4 tho fervid utterances of a poll 1 1- 4
4 cal campaign and without thor- 4
t ougn invesugmion. ehanbe
-o opportunity was given lor 912 p0RT. 8T. ' TEL. MAIN 12.
defense or explanation. Such a LOAN8 NEGOTIATED.
1 Sales Het. Hoards: 100 il. II. & M.
Co, $27. 8esslon: 25 Onomca, $38,
15 Onomca, (38.
Latest sugar quotation, 3 8165 cents,
or $76.33 per ton.
SUGAR, 3,81625 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s. .8 i-4.
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
Members Hon. Stock and Bond
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE COMPANY.
' Young Building.
HOME OF GOOD THINGS I
n a 1 mi 1 1 1
Ice Cream Parlors,
Our BUTTERNUT and GERMAN
BREADS are the most nutritious
breads made, and THE PALM'S bak
er haa the knack of making hie bread
just a bit better than others. Ask for
either of these breads; you will like
them and they cost no more than the
ordinary kind, although they are Much
What we truthfully claim for the
bread la also true of our Homa-mrde
CANDIES. They are made here un
der the management's careful super
vision, thue assuring their cleanly
Why not try them?
116 HOTEL NEAR FORT ST.
Of good health is to drink
The beverage that insures: health in the tropics.
4 proceeding would not be permit- 1
ted In any court of law where
our languagu Is spoken. 4 orate.
"Tho election of a number of Dem
"The majority of thoso elected were
the choice of tho majority of tho elect-
Claience Cooke said: "I think It la
satisfaction to havu It over, no that 4 healthy competltloa at tho next elec
business cau come back to Us normal
conditions. I was greatly disappoint
ocrats will lmvo a tendency to create
We havo every varjety of mackerel at our Delicates
sen Counter. Some from the coast of Ireland, others from
Yarmouth; and tl)ey range In price from a dollar and, six
bits the kit to forty cents each. A bit of broiled mackerel
with' a boiled potato la a rare luxury for breakfast.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 4.
tlon. Duducrs men of both faltlm
'have been conspicuous by their b
'annii nt tlm ni-liiint(ia In thek'naat ntlfl
ed that Will Harris was not elected Isencc at the nrimaties in the nast. and
to the Hoard of Supervisors, as he J 1 sincerely hopo that In the future this
v. Ill not be to. I am a Itepubllcan
and I would much prefer to fight for
good candidates at tho primaries, and
then stand by them. Should the pro
posed new primary law be enacted, by
the Legislature, placing Government
control over tho primaries, I think that
tho best results would be obtained."
would have been a strong man for th
Hoard, It was very fortunate that the
Hepubllcans secured control of the
House and Senate and that W. O.
Smith was elected, as he will bo 3
strong addition to the Senate."
P. J, Lowrey: "Ah a wholo It was
Ous Schuman: "I am a Republican
but did not vote a straight ticket. As
far au thoso elected to the Board of
Supervisors go, I think all parties are
fairly well represented. I should have
liked It better If there could have been
t , .. ...u. ,v u.. ..u. Jml Do, a u B r(llcl Qf M.
the business community on tho Hoard.1 .7 . ....
As It Is, there are but one or two. I.""1""1 terday I ntho case of Won
think more would have been better."! Nln- "tensed of perjury heforo en lm-
n iw m,i.i. ..1 . ..n .i.i.. 1 'migration olllcla . The ciiliiaiuun te.
; ' 1 ST, ' ? ; Hflej falsely but since tho Federal Ini
that the ballots were honestly count- do not d f()p Bn exam,Imll01l
ed. thanks to Governor Carter for W-' nder 0!lth( Jlld , , hclrt ,lmt WM
keen personal Interest In choosing .d0IlMfu, ,, tlla olte-nM constituted tor
election Inspectors, Somu of the men'iuryi
I voted for wore not elected, but ami ' . a o
yomeni. , gp. BULLETIN AD8. PAY TM
UllOWN In Honolulu, November 10,
l'JOO, to Mr, and Mrs. J. K. Urowu,
WHAT IS IT ?
AND OTHER HANOI.
169 ANP IU HOTEU TnBT(
Oupvllle YWil Mvtdi
QKNBHAL EMPLOYMENT OPriCE,
cor, Emma and BirMsnla 8ti, Jipin-
is ind Ohlnm Libonn Supplied,
CsntrMltWvrk of emy Kind Un.irr
Uken, Tlphnt Blue 2l,
You may cultivate spare-time thrift
by reading the Bulletin Wants.
The Globe sells It eheaaer.
Make up it laltyho party for Wallele.
no you want a good suit? Then go
(0 the Kasli Co.
Why not go and see those McCnll'M
patterns at Jordan ft Coa?
Hest tuii of coffee la the city. New
After roller skating go to the Cobweb
Cafe and Har for refreshments.
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. ( 1, 11.60 and $2 per week. 11U3
The Democrats nrn planning n blK
intlricfillnn rally nl Aala Park next
You should see the swell line of fall
tunings at W. W Ahann & Co.'s, mer
Klectlon is over but the Expert Hat
Cleaner, opposite Club Stables, Is still
txperlly cleaning hats.
i:. O. Ilnll & Son have Just leceived
it complete line of socker football shoes
1 hey can nt any player In town.
'Walklkl Inn is now owned by W. O.
Bcrgln. Accommodations, suppHea
and attendance absolutely Irat elaaa.
Finest bathlne on tbe beaoh.
C. J. Hay & Co. carry a full Una of
Lilly's poultry foods for which Tnco.
It Dalles & Co. ore wholesale dlsttlb
'tors. Hae J 011 tried tho Rough Rider G
cent cigar. Its success Is unpreceiiont
el so Is Its quality. Plttpatrlck Bros.
Tho Queen mreet skating rink Is
open every evening and Wednesday
and Saturday afternoons. Special mu
sic Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Mrs. Hodson, teacher of piano nnd
kinging, whose studio is at 212 Vlnu
yard street, has had imany years' i--vrrlence.
Why not try the Dandelion Dandruff
Cure? It Is a sure cure. Por sale by
Mrs. Doris K. Paris, Port street, opio
It's holiday time now. Why not rend
your mainland friends a box of pine
apples? Leae order at the Wells
You will gain store prcutlga If you
lerp our delivery wagon In good re
pair. To have II done take It to Ha
v.utlan Carriage Co
Whitney & Marsh are now showing
their new ribbons for the Holidays, In
eluding the "Mcrrle Christmas," "Hol
ly" and other novelties.
A watch that won't keep correcttime
Is norse than no watch at nil. 1!i
walchcH joii get from M. It. Counter
are perfect tlmo keepers.
It lai puininmiiniliiil itint It a maxw I An J
.. .. ,v......v.,.,c. 11m. mo uru ' a-(l
lalntme establish a railroad and steim-S
fchlp (.ommlsilon lo .regulate freight
rates, etc., or local transportation com
lanlcs. , . - -.
licllpse patent colt doesn't burn the
feat. Manufacturers' Bhoe Co. have 4
ttyllsh new bluchcr Oxford for wo
men In this leather that la very popu.
lar. Price t.
It Is not too early to select gift for
Christmas. A camera or a kodak makes
(. splendid gift for old) or young. Ho
(loiiini l'lioto-Hunpiy Co. now nuvo a
Hcv. Mr. Corey, formerly pastor of
the Christian Church, will pass through
here shortly en route once raoro trom
the mainland to China to reeugage Iu
Do ou want u stylish shirt? Tin fit
cr brand offered by the alobe ClotHuc
Co. has some very superior qualifies,
tlons. Q) to the Globe and get one;
mey oniy cost 11.2a,
The Klleford dramatic company Is
due here on November 10 to play a live
uookB' engagement at the Orpheum.
They w 111 be followed by Pollard's Ul.
putlan (pera company.
You could find nothing better than a
case of Island preserve to send our
folks for a Thanksgiving remcnibrnme.
Mrs. Kearns Ih preparing a shipment
lor the Alameda. Order early.
Our exquisite California table wines
as a Bpeclal for Thanksgiving are being
sold at 14 per case of one dozen quarts
Burgundies, Clarets and White Wines
Only a limited quantity, so order early.
Ixiwls & Co., Ltd., wines and liquors,
1C9 King street. Telephone 240.
A lepreseutativo of the Welts Pargo
Company may visit Honolulu shortly tu
Inspect the company's business here.
It Is said that the Increase of the bus
iness may require more wagons for
town service, and In time an Inter-Island
service may be established. Wa
hlav.u was Included yesterday In the
Wells-Pnrgo railroad connections.
Hev. W. A. Pool of Berkeley, Cal.,
will preach both morniug und evening
In the M. K. Church. Subject for morn
lug: "The Illumination of a Supreme
Principle" Evening:. "The Magnetic
Christ." Mrs. Pool wilt ploy one or
two selections on tho violin. Mrs. b.
K. Damon leads Up worth League, sub
ject, "Forgiveness." Gospel Mission
services on Fort street this evening,
7:30 p. in.
tff tt ..jy JfrteM6lu2iXmtti
Sa. X X ' V
'" SSNwaitkj- jV ' ""jeI
A watch that won't keep correct time is worse
than no watch at all. To the busy man of to clay a
rcli.iblo timepiece: fa most essentia:.
Our watches are jicrfcct tiaieLeeirs.
M. R. Countep, 1141 Fort Jl
Try Gas I
There are householders here
who do not realize the amount
of money they could save by
using gas for both fuel or
light. No trouble, no danger,
plenty of leisure for resting.
Gas Co., Ltd.
Just In time for Thanksgiving. Ou;
new assortmentjs better than any we
have had before. - . . .
It Include many novel Ideas that
are wonderfully decorative for the ta
ble and,, a fiord great amusement.
The 'fug' at each end; 'the map of
the cracker; and the unwrapping of
tho'myaterloue prlxe within creates no
end of fun.
Henry May & Co.,
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
You should order only pure
liquors for home use. We do
not keep any Impure brand,
but every good brand of
liquor In the market Is repre.
scnted on our shelves.' Or.
iter what you want. W have
" Jobbing Department.
cor. BETHEL A HOTEL Ste.
Is a delicious and refreshing drink. It
Is like an excellent peach in liquid
form. Aek for It. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
One of Many of
Well, I say, If you are feeling b lue, you certainly don't look itl Of
couree that Is, If your clothee are ma de by us. We make garments that
have STYLE and QRACE and alve to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DI8TINC
TION. We make to y6ur Individual m casure for the same price you would
have to nav for ready-ta weirs, and we alve Satisfaction
SAVE MIDDLE-MAN'S PROFITS!
Our Blue Serge Suits at 25. have no equal
OEO, A. MARTIN
. t . I I f e t e I t t f f I I I I
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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