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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOUJU.T. if .jFIUDAY, SHPT. 11, 1908.
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YOU will have to look around
for school supplies for the little
ones soon. We can 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; Rood quality; 3 pain 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 prcttv. Look like silk.
91.75 92.00 92.50 and 92.75.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
At Less Cost
The new TUNGSTEN LAMP multiplies the light
three-fold without consuming any more current than the
ordinary lamp. It nerds but a trial to demonstrate the
advantages of the TUNGSTEN LAMP.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA. . PHONE 390.
The Right Kind
of Boys' School Shoes
We handle them. They're mado by the famous C. H.
Alden & Co., the largest shoe manufacturers iu the world
for boys and who cater entirely to boys' needs.
The Alden shoes are made of vici kid and box calf,
with heavy soles, low, broad, and flat heels and with the
snap and go about them that boys like.
The Uniform last is the most popular. Price $3.50.
HAVE YOUR OLD SHOES REPAIRED while you wait
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McOANDLESS BUILDING, KING AND BETHEL STS.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Sbirti, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fanoy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garage.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
QV'For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Tlio Inltor imrt of llio nrtcrnooti bos
bIoii of tlio Democratic convention )ca-
tcrilay ttim n lively nffnlr. After tlio
conclusion of Hie speech of I'rnnk It
llnrvcy, a description of lilrf trip to
Denver, which una another sinful
vnsto or the time of the convention,
on tho whole, conducted in nn utlcrl
1110 report or tnu uommlttco on
Platform wns read by C. h. Hhodcs,
who Btatcd Hint tho numher of su&
KCHtlons which tho Committee had rc
cetved from Democrats ai well as uth
era showed nn Inert ashis Interest In
tno Democratic party nnd Its coin en.
When tho question of tho adoption
of tho platform came up there was n
wild time for n, while.
Kmmoluth snld that all amendments
had to ho offered to tho secretary In
wrltluB under the rules.
"Under whnt rules? ' crkd Ashford.
"Parly rules," said Kmuieliilh bland
ly. "Hut wo nro 11 convention nnd make
our own rules," ciled Ashford. "I cor
tnlnly resent this action on tho part
of Mr. Emaicliith to run tho whole
At this moment Ioela Ktnknhl, who
ran at n candldnto for Itiprcscntutlvo
last election, Inoko loose with n
"I urn roIiik for John Wise, John
WIko, John W'lso," ho jelled, "and
don't joti Corset It."
'Tut his out," veiled Chairman
Trent, and Ioela mado his exit.
A Hawaiian delegate suggested read
Iiik tho platform section by scttlon.
Tom l,ucns struck tho kevnnto of
sense, siiKKcstlnt; tho adoption of tho
platform 'instead of blowing off 11 lot
of hot air as soma parties hero want
Another Hawaiian gentleman, the
ono who mado tho opening prnjcr, un
burdened hlmseir Tor n very lengthy
spitch, the burden of which was that
tho reiHirt should bo ndoptcd.
Kenwepoolo added an amendment
recommending tho repeal of Kuhlo's
hill limiting tho time In which the
Hawaiian language should ho permit
ted In tho various government depart
nients. This was received with tro-
Ahhford snld ho had heard of no
Mich bill. However the Hawaiian Ian
Rtingu would 'bo used in tho depart
ments as loug as they cultivated their
mother tongue, nnd this ho hoped they
would do for 250 years yet. They need
not fear any language restriction as
iong as there were sovoral parties In
Hawaii which wanted jhclr votes.
t Harvey favored tho insertion of this
plank. Tho amendment was adopted
fleo. Iow Introduced an amendment
favoring tho election of 11 medical
school Inspector by tho voters In tho
rcspectivo counties throughout tho
Low spoko passionately in favor of
his amendment, but It was killed b)
an almost unanimous vote.
H. K. Hauopi offered an amendment
recommending that County and Tcrri
lorlal laborers bo paid for holidays
Government officers wcro paid for hot
Idays and tho laborers should bo so
Duko KahanaiLoku moved to strike
out tho amendment, pointing out the
Uffcrenco between a daily vvngo and
.1 monthly salary.
Tho amendment was lost by nn al
nost unanimous voto.
12. K. I'alau moved to strlko out tho
plank relating to Asiatics, but nfter
miiiio debate ha withdrew Ills motion.
J. II. K. Koavvthnku offcicd an
amendment recommending tho lssu
jnco of liquor licenses to voters only.
Ashford ndvlsed the convention that
such a law would bo unconstitutional.
Klakahl, who had returned, broke
looso In another furious tirade. Gen
eral confusion followed, which ended
In n motion tn adopt tho platform as
i whole, which carried.
Tho chalrin in announced that tho
nomination of 11 candldnto for Dele
gate would bo tho next order of busi
ness, tind Link McCandless' name was
l.r.nedlntcly shouted forth by 11 dozen
jo) oils voices. Tho chairman callid
for order nnd Kcawchuku vvnH given
in opportunity to lunko n nominating
speech for Link which called for riot
So, umlil the uproar, Link was elect
ed, although an old man who had evi
dently set his heart on making n nom
inating speech, was allowed to do so
In splto of tho fact that nominations
had at that timo closed.
Juen moved to mako tho nomination
by acclamation nnd Link was elected
by n chorus of demoniacal loars.
Then Link, blushing like u rose,
mounted tho, rostrum nnd Jinnkctl for
tho honor. Ho sutd tho Hawaiian peo
ple finally realized that they must
work together for tho benefit of tho
people. Ho dwelt on the rospoiihlbil
Ity placed 011 him to carry out tho plat
foim pledges. The Republicans
wore saying that If the Hawallans vot
ed for him thoy would lose their frnn
chlbo, hut ho reminded them of J ho
fact that ho had worked to havo tho
old flannnclal voto restriction removed
by giving Dob Wilcox $loo to help hi in
In his work.
I.lnk said ho was n Democrat be
cause tho Democrats wero consistent,
wniic tno itcpuuiicnns nnd broken
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-.I---H iiiiuiuini iue-uhi'H. no rcierreu
to tho Hcpubllcan land law plcdgo nnd
compared It with tho I.iual deal, and
asked what honest man could stnnd by
such a party. Ho spoko of tho plank
asking for local tnnd legislation, and
called attention to tho fact Hint tho
Dolegalo trail neglected to even nsk
Congicss for tho nccessarj amend
ment of the Organic Act. I.lnk also
look up tho lUteon-vear land lease
1-iw, saving Hint tho Dohgite did noth
ing whero tho Interests of tho people
wero concerned, but hastened to pro
euro legislation where the Interests of
tho big corporations wero concerned.
Tho Hawallans could not live on tho
land they had, and the) must hnvo
more. In Kennno tho land distribution
to tho poor had been a farce. Tlio
poor natives could get only from two
to eight acres, whllo Freai was glad
to give It. P. Daldwln Sno acres, tho
Omnuplo lands, for a song. Tho gov
ernment had assisted the rich men on
Maul by keeping down tho pcoplo
so they could not rulso their voice.
If a poor man wanted a public Job ho
had to sign tho Republican roll first
They pilil for votes with the njney of
Tho Hcpubllcan pnpers of Honolulu
Mild that nn election day ho would be
In the mud, so Hint tho nomination
would in this way ho a gold brick
Nevertheless, Link wus willing to tako
his chance, and ho again thanked the
At tho conclusion of Link's speech
the convention adjourned until even
ing, whoii a general talkfcst followed
with speeches by dclcgites from va
Tho now Territorial C ntrul Com
mlttco was selected as follows:
I'lrst District Pimi T J. Ilyan:
South llllo, Charles Mngulro; North
llllo, V.. K. Simmons; llainikua, T. V.
Sicond District S P. Woods, D. K.
Kcnnlnl, J. 11. K. K1.iK.1l1.1kU, P.
Third District Wultuku, T. B
L)ons, Robert J. K. Nawahlne; Maka
kan. J. Hums; Hnnn, 1). A. Kamakl;
Molokal, Pula Nokl.
Fourth DJIstflct First and Second
Precincts, LM. Ingham; Third and
Fouith. A. V. Peters; Fifth and Sixth.
Kcawekakn; Seventh, John Bmnic
luth; Ktghth und Ninth, (leorgo Mr
Clcllan; Tenth and Klevcirth, Moses
Fifth District First, Second, Third
and Fouith Precincts, Apua Kchnii;
Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Klghth. It.
Qilllland; Ninth nnd Tenth, Joseph J.
Fern; Eleventh and Twelfth, Lapann
Keawepoolo; Thirteenth and Four
teenth, D. P. Kcawihnku; Flfieeuth
Sixth Plslrlct-C. W. Hudson. W. n.
Naumu, I), L. Knlawnla, Solomon Kc-alotin.
NEW HOUSE and lot 1at Watkiki,
near Camp McKinley, 6 rooms; in
sured for $500; lot 50x100. PBICE
REDUCED TO $6001
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KINO ST.
NEXT REGATTA DAY
A schedule of events for Regatta
Day was jesterday afternoon arrang
ed by the confihlUeo In charge, com
posed of T. V. King. S. A. Wnllfcr,
and W. C. Parke. It was also decid
ed not to postpono tho event, as was
proposed, until some date when tlio
Fleet Is In port, for tho reason that
tho men, when in training for n row
ing rnco, cannot play tho part of
hosts well, and in case the sallois
are going In the rowing race, It Is
not likely that crows from all of tho
ships could got off to row on ono day.
Tho schedule of events arranged
First race: fi-otr whaleboat; $20
Second race: fi-oir senior bargo,
sliding sent; $!!fi cup.
Third race: C.-oar freshmen bargo
sliding scut; $25 cup.
Fourth raco: G-pnddlo canoe; first,
$30; Second, $15 gold.
Fifth race: Senior pair oar;
Sixth race: 4-pnddlo canoo;
Seventh raco: Junior pair oar; $20
Klghth raco: 4-paddlo canoo (mod
ern); first, $20; bccond, $10 gold.
Ninth race: Silling canoo (old);
first, $15; Bccond,'$IO gold.
Tenth race; Hailing eanoo (mod
ern); llrst, $15; sworn), $10 gold.
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with assets of over $14)00,000, and a
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added, on payment of aecond and aub
tequent depoaltt. In cate of Parma
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It will pay you -to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
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1 m i .
James W. Rhodes, ousted instruct
or, will press charges of Intoxication
and neglect of duty against Profcs
Bor Wulter R. Mageo, head of tho de
partment of ploslcal culture ut Her-koley.
Id adies Can Do
This Work at Home
From New York we have just received a larg e and complete line of stamped desks,
hall racks, chairs, stools, collar and cuff loxcs, jew el boxes and boxes and cases of all
kinds, stamped and unstampe.1 sl:in lor sofa cushions, burning outfits, and cterythinz
Nothing anyways near so extensive in this lin: ha pver teen shown in Honolulu.
Pyrography is ex'iemely simple to learn, especially v.ilh stamped patterns, and only re
quires the patience nnd time which any lady can gUc to it "t home. You can thus fur
man your home beautifully at very little expense. Srk exhibition nt
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.,
1057 FORT STREET.
1909 Four Cylinder
Stevens - Duryea
IN BRINGING OUT THIS NEW MODE! wc do not in any way retract any claims
that wc have made for the six-cylinder car which we are firmly convinced is
the highest type of automobile constftictijn. In response to a demand for a
larger, roomier car than our 20-horsepowtr, 4-cylindcr Model R, and more
moderate in price than our light Six, we have produced the Model X. This model
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 in his cor. together with the ad
vantages of more room and power. In brief, the Model X is an enlargement and re
finement of the Model R, renresenting the most advanced ideas in automobile de
signs, together with Stcveris-Duryea construction and workmanship, which hate been
proven absolutely correct. ,
" ' THE UNIT POWER PLANT
1 AND' i
THREE-POINT SUPPORT .
This conitruction, which has made the name "STEVENS-DURYEA" synonymous
with motor oir efficiency, is retained. STEVENS-DURYEA cars were built on correct
principles in the beginning, and at no time have any radical changes been made in
4 3-4 BORE. 4 1-2 STROKE TIRES 34 x 4
WEIGHT, 2650 POUNDS
For detailed specifications send for" catalog. -' "
Price, - - ".. $2750
Folding Top with Side Curtains, Storm Front, Celluloid Windows and
Slip Cover Extra 150.00
Magneto. . . t) Extra $22 00.0 0
; CHIC0PEE FAILS, MA8S. I t-i
MODELS X and LI JUST ARRIVED IN TEXAN
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Von Hamrii-Young Co "
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