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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 10, 1908, 2:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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BVENINO SBTJUlCTW. HONPLPtg. , T.'H .rTlHfflaPAV'. 8RPT. 10,;1008z
YOU will have to look abound
for school supplies for the little
ones soon. We ean supply you
, with the best at the lowest
White, plain colors, and fancy plaids; all new;
75 $1.00 $1.50 to ?3.50.
Black cotton; good quality; 3 pairs for 50
20 25 and 35 a pair.
Children's black ribbed lisle hose; fine quality;
40 and 50 a pair.
Children's tan and white cotton ribbed hose,
35 a pair
Misses' black and white lisle hose, 50 a pair.
A FULL LINE of CHILDREN'S AND MISSES'
Black and black with white stripes. Plain and
embroidered ruffles. Very prettv. Look like silk.
$1.75 $2.00 $2.50 and $2.75.
Faction of Independents
Company Organized To
.Get Industry From
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
The principal reasons why you
should buy the
are that it keeps food pure
and fresh and cold, it uses lit
tle ice, and is the easiest in
the world to clean.
Call and see it at
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
At Less Cost
The new TUNGSTEN LAMP multiplies the - light
three-fold without consuming any more current than the
ordinary lamp. It needs but a trial to demonstrate the
advantages of the TUNGSTEN LAMP.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
1'nssengcrB arriving In. the Claud
Ine this morning brought tho newa
of tho .primaries In, liana, Maul,
whero tho Q. O. P, lias won n great
victory In spite of the dire prophesies
which we.ro made by certain Inde
pendent gentlemen of that place
who expected to revolutionize tho
present order of things. However,
the old party iworkcrs were alert, and
It Is now n fairly certain thing that
tho district will send Levi Joseph
hack to tho House, possibly the Sen
ntc. He Is well known hero and has
many friends In tho. city who will bo
glad to see him back. The principal
feature, of the contest was tho com
plete rout of the Independents, head'
ed by Postmaster Omstcd.
O. 0. Cooper led, the ticket at
liana, Maul, with W. P. Hala a close
second. Kaualoku nndt Koko, who
nro also delegates, belong to tho
samo faction,, so V.. P. Hala will
undoubtedly bo nominated by a ma
jority or a unanimous voto of the
thirteen delegates that will go to tho
convention from this district.
Tho voto polled nt tho primaries
Just held speaks for Itself, and com
pared with primaries .held In years
gono by shows that tho Republican
strength Is now 200 per cent, above
par. This no doubt Is due to tho
strength of the party workers of the
various precincts who are wldo
nwake to electing good men.
Tho feeling seems to bo provalent
throughout tho district that tho
same officers will bo re-elected nt tho
convention, which takes place at
Walluku, namely: W. P. Hala, 8u
porvlsor; V. Wlttrock, Deputy Sher
iff; Levi Joseph, Representative.
From looking over the returns of
Kcanno Precinct It seems that Napl
linn met his Waterloo. Ho is now
too old to take active part In tho
debates of tho party, and tho younger
Republican clement nro thinking very
seriously of putting him on the pen
V. Wlttrock, tho present Deputy
Sheriff, Is a man of sterling worth,
and ho has lived nt Hann for moro
than :I5 years,
commands tho respect and esteem of
ull the people of tho district, and ho
will undoubtedly bo supported for
re-election by his party at tho con
vention. Levi Joseph, tho present member
nf tho House of Representatives, has
given his consent to run again or
the lower House. It Is possible ho
may seek tho Senatorial honors this
time, as It is thought no mora than
right that liana receive this In tho
Tho voto by precincts was ns fol
lows: Kcanac, 14th County: Horaco
Kekuinu, 31, elected; T. K. Naholo,
31', oicctcd; D. W. Naplhaa, 17; C.
II. Keohokapu, lfi; Hen Wllklns, 8.
Territorial: S. K. Knailua, only ono
Nahlku, ICth County: Solomon
Knpcpa. Territorial: Henry Kcutcr.
Tills precinct suffers from lack of
Interest and as there wns no com
petition and nobody seemed over
anxious, they simply laid asldo all
rules and choso one man for either
Hana, 16th Rcuter was chosen
for tho Territory. He Is Deputy
Tax Assessor of Hana and he could
hnvo easily won by a larger major
Ity If ho cared. Tho voto was: Ter
ritory: John Kalco, 4T; M. H. Reu
tcr, 87; Cioo. O. Cooper, 109; W. P
Hala, 10S; D. P, Kaeo, 28; K. Kn
lamu, 21; G. II. Kuunloku, 9C; S. K.
Kaulhou. 16; J. M. Koko, 87; M.
Nnlole, 13; 8. M. Nekl, 23; N. Om
stcd, 31; D. K. Wullcthua, 8.
N. Omstcd, who also ran, was bad
ly dofeatcd. He seems to havo as
pirations for the Supervisor Job for
tho coming two years, but It Is very
apparent from the defeat ho has re
ceived that ho has not cot a ghost of
a bIiow. Ah Naplhaa, tho Mayor of
Kcanac, says ho Is not popular
amongst tho natlvo voters through
out tho district.
Klpahulu, 17th 1 for Territory;
I dolcgatcs for County, I.ovl Joseph,
Slla Pupuhl, John Knmal, Hauolo
Kana, nominated by acclamation for
tho County! J. Kalwlaca for tho Ter
ritorial. They nominated two slates
but through a fow turns of tho crank
by thq Wood Ilass ono slato with
drew from the contest, leaving ono
ticket, Tho four, candidates now
elected nro considered good men
Knupo, 18th Tho following wcro
elected for the County and Territory;
County: Antono Vlcrra, 20, elected;
Hal. 21, elected; Inalnn, 8;. Kolkl,
7; h. Knnao, Si. Territory: Kanulia.
Capt. Solomon Avory Jr. nnd his
wlfo give note for amount Involved
In court martial charge.
Articles of Incorporation, approved
by Attorney General llcmenway wcro
yesterday filed with Treasurer Camp
bell for the new Japanese nulling com
pany to bo known ns tho Hawaiian
Fisheries,, Ltd, Prom nil nppearonces,
It would seem that this Is llio Nip
ponese hul which has been contem
plated for sonio 1 1 mo, ns stated ex
clusively In tho D u 1 1 o 1 1 ii, for tho
purpose of taking the mnikctlng of
fish awny from tho Chinese. The Jap
hneso fishermen now practically con
trol the Hshlng part of tho Industry,
but they aro In tho hnlilt of gelling
their catch to Chinese markctmen.
The new company is organized with
n capital stock of $50,000, In S000
shares of $10 each, ana tho prlvllcgo
of Increasing tho capital Btock to
$250,000 Is retained. Tho purposes of
the company Is to do nil business that
pertains to tho fishing Industry.
Tho officers of the corporation arc:
Dr. T, Mltamurd, president; S. Shcba,
vlco president; 8. NnKninurn, treas
urer! Y. Soga. secretary: Y. Dcsakl
and T. Kuramoto, auditors.
Tho Incorporators are: 0. Naka
murn, S. Sheba, Y. Soga, K. llaga, S.
Takashl,.M. Saranaka, S. lllramoto, I).
Tomosuwn, K. Klniurn, fl, Nasulgl, S.
Okii, M. NIshlharA. T. Kuramoto, 8.
Kuwnmura. A. Yamnmoto, J. Ilanawri,
H. Aokl, K. Hlkoda, Y. Dcsakl. T. Fu
kucla, II. Ynnagihara, II, Hhlmamiira,
T. TOhlKc, .Y. Ohara, Y. Tamiira, Y.
Hamfig&kl.LKt Tnraokn, T. Mltamura.
Tonight at the Orphetiin. tho I.uin-
ley company will present that well
known nlav of "Cn'mllle." To a stu
dent of Htago' history ono of tho riiost
Interesting studies might lie that of
tracing tho constnnt growth of tho
portrayal of Camillo towards n mod
ern Idealization. This most famous
of tho cjiiollonal roles given to tho
stago during tho past half century
has been generally Interpreted In tho
pa'st as that of a mere courtesan, who
Is a sort of rcpcntciit .Magdalen when
Bho falls in lovo with a handsome nnd
romantic young fellow named Ar
miind Duval. . Tho Idealized develop
ment of tho character of the Dnmniix
Camcllas Is riiost. ptflklnRly to bo seen
In Miss Virginia Thornton's conception
of tho nhrt: 8h0 seeks lo bring out u
Ho Is a man who snlrltual truth In tho unhappy love
romanco of Cnmlllc that of purifica
tion through ono genuine pure lovo,
which transforms the sinner into a
saint, redeemed by a w.ondorous Bclf
sacrifice. The Important rolo of Ar
m'nnd Duval, tho ardent young lover
of Camilla, will bo enacted by Richard
Buhlcr,1 dud a splendid rendition may
bo looked forward to. Specially cast,
rlchlvcownod. Interpreted In tho spirit
of modern sympathy and realism, it
rohy bo, said that this presentation of
this most popular pluy of tho past half
century will bo found to ho Its Ideal
production. "Cnmljlc" will bo repeat
ed .tomorrow night nnd at tho matlneo
Saturday and Saturday night.
For the next 10 days I will make a
special rate on Tansan Water in lots
of S or more cases. Put in a supply
now. and don't forget that "Tansan
Don't Pay." H. Rosenberg, Dealer
in Tansan water.
A reception nnd Inspection of tho
now High School building. Thomas
Square will bo held tomorrow after
noon, Friday, tho 11th Inst, from 4 to
(i p. nl. Flvo miniito speeches will bo
niBdo by well known gentlemen rep
resentative or thu various natiouuii
tics, 'whoso youth aro' in attendance
at that school. Tho public are Invited.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
UNCERTAINTY AS TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Lift Int. Co.,
with anett of over $14,000,000, and
urplut of ovtr $1,800,000, It now iMii-
Ing a auaramsea .investment contract,
with Guaranteed Annual Earnings
added, on payment of ttcond and tub
bequent deposits. In cats of Perrrta
nent Disability the contract will ma.
ture and be paid during lift.' ' T '"'
It will pay you to lnvtitlgato before
taking out Lift Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOU8B TRUST CO;
. Now niljiistment ,ot lumber rntes
to points east of Chicago means tho
exclusion oi California redwood from
Ladies Can Do
This Work at Home
From New York wc have just received a large and complete line of stamped desks,
hall racks, chairs, stools, collar an'' cuff boxes, jew.il boxes and boxes and cases of all
kinds, stamped and unstamped skins for sofa cushions, burnlnf outfits, and everything
pertaining to t
Nothing anjways war, so extensive in this linj has ever been shown in Honolulu.
Pyrography is ex'iemely simple to learn, especially with stam,pjd patterns, and only re
quires the patience- and time which any lady can gic tc it ft home. You can thus fur
nish your home beautifully at very little expense. Be, exhibition at
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.,
1057 FORT STREET.
1909 Four Cylinder
Stevens - Diiryea
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that wo have made for the six-cylinder car which we are firmly convinced is
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supplies a demand for a 4-cylinder car a little larger and more powerful than ,the
Model P, which has been discontinued. The owner of the Model X,can feel that the
well,- known features of the Model R are embodied inhis-.car, together, wnth the ad
vantages of more room and power. In brief, the Model X is an enlargement arid re
finement of the Model R, renresenting the most advanced ideas in automobile de
signs, together with Stevens-Duryea construction and .workmanship, which have been
proven absolutely correct. t , , j " , ' :
THE UNIT POWER PLANT.
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with motor oir efficiency, is retained. STEVEN8-DURYEA cars were built on correct
principles in the beginning, and at no time have any radical ohanges been made in
their design. " '
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Magneto . . . ... ' Extra $2200.00
Chassis . -.;. .'. . i .' ,...:.2400,00
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United Railroads will install a ca
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NEW HOUSE and lot at Waikiki,
near Camp McKinley, 0 rooms; in
sured for $500; lot 50x100. PRICE
REDUCED TO $600!
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
k. If it's painted-by-
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