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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 14, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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Every item is interesting. Read
our ad; but better still, come to
the store and see our new goods.
Wc mention n few of our many styles of these celebrated Corsets:
STYLE 200 Incurve Waist for medium figure, $2.00.
STYLE 314 With sclf-reducing strap, for short, stout figures, S3.
STYLE 301 Military Belt, for medium, figuies. S3.00.
STYLE 312 For long-waisted stout figures, ?3.00.
Kimono and Drapery Ce
Very artistic designs and colorings. 30 inches wide, 25 a yard.
White Brocade Madras
Makes stylish waists and gown. 27 inches wide, only 20 a yd.
Dirigo Novelty Dress Goods
New and dainty, 30 inches wide, G vards for $1.00. 7
Ladies' black Cashmere Shawls v.ith knotted fringe. Price, $3.00
In black, white, and tans, lisle double feet, garter tops, all sizes.
LADIES' plain lisle ho3c; red, rink, mid blue; all sizes,
LADIES' SIDE AND BACK COMBS; a large assortment; price from
Fringed Turkey '
BED DINING CLOTHS. Good quality 91.75 $2"$2.25. . .
DINING CLOTHS; white with blue border and white with red border.
PiiceSM.75 and $2.25.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
At Less Cost
The new TUNGSTEN LAMP multiplies tho light
three-fold without consuming any more curront than tho
ordinary lamp. It needs but a trial to. demonstrate, the
advantages of the TUNGSTEN LAMP.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
The J3cst In Town,
TEL. 627. KING ST.
"ThelFmest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUOBS, AND CIGABS.
W. C. BERGIN, .Proprietor.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts. Pajcnas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
Embroidered Goods. '
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
additions to our
Comfortable as well as styl
ish. Vici Kid blucher stitched
with our special black Japan
ese silk. Semi-narrow toe that
nffords easy fittings. One of
the best in Bcgal shoes. They
hug the heel.
Shoes neatly repaired while
Regal Shoe Store
King and Bethel
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work fn our Garage.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fight Against Hughes
In New York Convention
SAIlATOOA. N Y Sept. HI. At tho Stale Rppubllcnn Convention,
to oppn lioiq Monday, It Ih cxpcctc.il that a hitler flsht tiffnltiBt tho re
noilltnatlon of (emnrnnr 1Tnr?lina will l. mn.ln a i..i. r . t.
Kales nro talking of supporting tlio
uiuuj ui ouiio in rrcsiucnc uoosovclts Cabinet.
OBEAT BOMAN CATHOLIC PABADE
LONDON', i:ng Sept. 13 Cardinal Hlshop Va'nnutclll, the l'apal Le
gate to Great Ilrltaln, guarded by tho lloman Catholic Peers of tho llrlt
Ish Isles, headed tho great religious paiade here today, In which tho-IIost
was not carried. l'lft,ern thousand Itoman Catholics guardid tho route of
tho parade, which took plilio without any disturbances, 'iho crowds
that lined tho route were tho biggest that hao ccr assembled in tho
streets of London slnto tho funeral procession of tho Jatc Queen Victoria
pissed through them.
.Tho Kucllnrlstlc Congress h is been concluded.
LONDON, ling, Sept. 1 -'. Twenty thousand Catholic pupil wero re
viewed hero today by Caidlnal Vannlitclll, tho l'apal Legate.
-- ' ' .
BOOSEVELT URGES TAFT'S ELECTION
OYSTKIt HAY, L. I, Sept. la. President Roosvolt has written to
Kohrs, of Montana, u labor leader, inglng Tnft's sultnbllltv for tho Pres
idency on the fact that the Republican candidate is a friend of labor and
labor organizations. ,, ,
M.ULHOUUNIJ, Ans , Sept. 1.1. The Premier Is urging upon tho homo
Government the advantages of Bending on u Walt to Austr.ilasl m waters
n llrltlsh lleet equal In sticngth to tho Amoilcun Atlantic I'lect, now in
BBYAN BESTS ON SABBATH f '
DUi:il PARK, Mil, Sept. 1 a. Candidate llr'an refused in msko any
political addresses line Sundaj, on the ground that by doing bo he would
be breaking tho Sibb.ith.'
SOCIALISTS DISTUBBED CATHOLICS ""
lIUDAPKSf, Hungary, Sept. 13 I'lrty Socialists were arrested hero
foi dlstiirbliig tho Kucliarlatlo proccsslou which was held in this city today.
TAFT TO STABT ON TOUR'
CINCINNATI. Ohio. Sent. 13.
onthls speech-making tour on Wcdncsdny.
HEARST CHABGES BRYAN
ATLANTA, Cl.i Sept, 12. In a Hpecch here William It Hearst chnrg
ed lirjnn with Inning begged for his support In 190S and In return
promlbed to suppoit Hearst for President In 1912.
CUMIIHRLAND. W. Vn.. Sent.
here, denounced Hearst's Atlanta bUtcmont as a llo.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY MISSING
LISIION, Portugal, Sept. t2. A great stoim has bequ prevailing
here, and many dlh.is(ers to Mhlpplug nro reared. Two hundred nnd fifty
fishermen nro missing nnd tho Covuiiimpiit butt nent mit mmim.i. n
tcirch fur tho survivors. Sover.il vo3iels nro overdue.
i i i s
SUICIDED BEFOBE GREAT CROWD
PAIIIS, ri.ince, Sept. 12. An u iiknown wcminii rinnmm,i mil. i.i i
day by throning herself fiom tho r
WINSTON CHURCHILL MARRED
LONDON, Lngland, Sept. 12.
Churchill was married today.
CINCINNATI. Ohio, Sept. 12.
htnnip tpulght for Taft.
(Continued from Pase 1)
by Secrctarj A, D. Castro.
Tho Chair called for nominations
for temporary chairman and Lane Im
mediately ai osii and ni.ido a lengthy
epecrh in Hawaiian nominating HaiJ
ry M. on Holt.
Chas. Marque, moved that nonilnn
tloiiH ilo.se. This carried and the hcr
icUry was IiihIi nctrit to cast n ballot
for Mm Unit, Paul .larrett and A. St.
Q. Pllannt.i wem appointed a (oinmlt-
leo to csiort von Holt to tho ilialr.
Von Holt briefly IliaiiKed tho con
cntlon for tho honor umfcrrul upon
him and called for tho nomination pf
J. P. CooKo nominated A. I). Castro,
who was olcclcd, ho being tho only
Lano nominated Archie Mnhaulu
"I. am not hero to Intorprut." said
Archie, "and I am not horo to Inter
piet for anybody, but to oxprcss mj
lnwu, which Is what thu dlstrlrt of
Wnl.ilua sent, mo to do. I thcrofoio
nomlnato Mr. Lli Crawford."
Crawford was elected on a ballot
cast by tho secretary.
Vnu, Holt appointed tho following
Commit tto on Credentials A. 1'.
NEW HOUSE and lot at Walkiki,
near uamp wciunicy, u rooms; in
sured for $500; lot 50x100, PRICE
REDUCED TO $600!
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG, 74 S. KING ST.
"u '""'"I iMittvi ui lilt UL'IU-
nomination of Kllhu Root, the present
BIG BRITISH FLEET
Cnnillil.iln Tnft Is i,l,m,in. i i.
SAYS 'TIS LIE
I" U'illlnm .1. Iliv.n. 1., ,..i,i
t do Trlomphe In full view of a great
Secretary Straus appeared on tba
iKnudscn, Kauai, chairman; Oco. H.
uunn. siaui; . H. Austin, Hawaii;
Sam Kamaloplll, Oahu; N. Pernan
iifi, Oahu; V. I'ltzslnunons, Hawaii.
Commltttc-on Itufcs J. W. Il-ir-nnrd.
Hawaii; J. II, K. Kalwl, ICnual;
JI. II. Rcuter. Maui: H. A. R. Tjmir
Oahu; A K. P.ilclialuhl, Oahu;. P. C.
Committee on Platform A. 0. M.
Robertson. Oahu: W. II. HIcp. Jr..
Knunl; W. T. itoblnson. Maul; j M.
Bnuza, Hawaii: A. L. C. Atkinson,
Oahu; .1. C. Lane, Oahu; Otto Rose.
Hawaii; 1'. L. Savage, Maul; St. C.
Atkinson moicil that an adjourn
ment bo taken until 2 n. m. This
Tho temporary rolr call was as fol
lows: First district.
Daniel Knlnl. l'rimU .In lin r,.v. .
John T. Ilrowji. proxy; R. A.'loman,
jr., proxy; n. w. Ninoa, proxy; I). a.
Iliitehart, proxy; U. V, Daiuard, J, M.
Second Precinct. ,
II. L. Holstcln, proxy; John Hind,
lirOKX ! Jfmnnttl t flnttn T 1n......tl
S. Illpl. J. Kaelemakuo, 8r, J. D.
rans, nam. w. Kaal, Win. J. Hoopoe
Carl. Woltcrs, John T, Nakal, H. P.
IL C. Searlo, proxy; Geo. 11. Dunn,
Richard P. Hobo, L'dward Walaholo,
C. M. W. Kdmil, A. Enos, proxy; S.
Kclllnol, jiroxy; Y. T. Robinson. J.
Ambrose William Koanu, H. E. Sav
age, W. V. Wcstcoatt, proxj; Henry
Reutor, William Router, Jonah Kal
wlaca. J. N. Knnuhn, proxy; J. K. Pun,
W. V. Mossmm, Gen. Kcalll, M. S.
Jnrdlno. prox ; i: A. Peck, S. IC. Ka-
alllia. David Morion, nrnxv .1. p
Cockett. John Plho, proxy; N. S. Pa
liupu, JI R. Hitchcock, J. K. Kaupii.
James Amaka, proxy,
A. L. C. Atkinson, John Cassldy, F.
W. Macfarlano, 'W, C. Roe, Chas.
King, II II, Ku, Geo. Mallo, Jos. P.
Coko, A. 0. M. Robertson, John-Wat
ci house, W. V. Chamberlain, E. A. C.
From New York we have just received a largj and complete line of stamped desks,
hall racks, chairs, stools, collar and cuff boxes, jewel boxes and boxes and cases of all
kinds, stamped and unstamped skins for sofa cushions, burning outfits, and etcrythinz
Nothins anjways near so extensive in this I1112 hai ever been shown in Honolulu.
Typography is 1 ex'iemely simple to learn, especially villi stemped patterns, and only re
quires the patience nnd time which any lady can give l& it at home. You can thus fur
nish your home beautifully at very little expense. Sfv. exhibition at
1057 FORT STREET.
. t , .
Long, JI. p. Prosscr, J. M Koihoit,
Chas. It. Makanul, Jos Paahoi, t.eo
. Paimlnl, Trcd. Cockett. llui Canip
boll. 0. W. R. King. W. If. Kalllmal,
E. it Lord. E T) Rorniri-v. A r fn.
tro, John C. Lane, Ed. W. Qtilmi, Paul
Jarrctt, Lul A j left; C. T, Rodgers, 0
W. Paty. Sam Koko. C. N. Mnrnnnr
Kuhalhinl, Sam Mann.
Ilenrv Colli) Adnmu flm II !.,,!,!
Jonathan Alan, Edward Horo. A. S
Mnh-nilu, M. K. Lelco. Thos O'Dondi
Noah Mahl, E. n. Mlkalcml. Geo C
Ross. L. J. Fearv. C. II. Mnllo .T Mm
koll, E N. Voeller, A. K. Pelckaluke
N. Fernandez, Noah Knuhano, Wll
Ham K. Inn. 8 W. Hwin, t v
Maunakca, Engeno Ala, St. C. Yilnnli
H. M. von Holt, Dald K. Dent, proxj ,
Chas. II. Dickey, S. L. Kckumanti, Ku
II. Kalinlo. proxj; W. O. Crowcll.
proxy: (J. Wilcox. A. D. Hills, nrmv .
Jas. II. K. Kalwl, Win. Henri Rice.
A number of urecliictH wrr lilnnlm
an 'no returnH of tln rnmilia rr ihn
primary elections Uiero had been madoi
ui uio aecrotary or tlio Central Com
mlttee. M l...
JOE DIAS JOINS "
J. J. Dins Is n candidate for Super
visor on tho Democratic ticket nnd
announce.) himself In tho following
Honolulu, T. II , Sept. 12, 1908,
Democratic Delegates to the County
and District Convention:
With the nnnrnviil of inanv voters
of tho 11th Preclnit of the Oth Dis
trict, I respectfully bollclt vour sim-
port for Supervisor of tho City and
County of Honolulu.
I have been a resident of Honolulu
for twenty-efght jears and am a
property holder In my own precinct,
from which I am a Delegate to thq
County and District Convention.
If nominated and elected I shall
carri tho pledges of the I)t moerutlc
platform and otherwise serve tho
uc io me uesi or my ability.
lours for Good Government,
, JOSE J. DIAS.
Mr. Dlas Is tho man who has been
working for good roads In tho I.lllhi
street section. Ho Ib a Honolulu boy
and a grndunto of St., Ijiuls College.
ue is energetic and, nggrcsslve.
MRS. M. E. TIMOTEO
IS Lif TO REST
Tho funeral services of Iho lato
Mrs. Mary Kealoha Tlomteo were
conducted jeutcrday afternoon In Ka-
wnluhao. Church, under tho uusplits
of tho Kiiahumnnu and Kuulkcanull
Societies. J, JC. Nukookoo, president
of tho Kaulkeaoull Society, was as
slated In conducting tho son ices by
Rev. E. S. Tlmotoo and Ilov. 0. II.
tlullck. Flowers were plentiful. Tho
choirs of Kuwnlahao and Kiiumaka-
plli ChurchcH furnished tho mimic,
while tlio lady officers of tho Kaulke
aoull Society were seated on tho pul
pit. Prominent among them was
Princess Kalanlanaolo. Thu church
was tilled to Its utmost tapailtj, tho
members of thn luri societies mimhei
lug about, fiOO In all.
Rev. (in lick and Rev. I.ono spoke
of tho llfo of tho deceased, praMug
H19 work done by her during her life
time. After tho sorvlccs tho gathering
v lowed tho remains onco more, after
which tho procession was formed un
der Iho direction of Marshal Divld
Notlny of tho Kaulkeaoull So;lety,
nnd marched up to tho KaumaUaplll
Cemetery, whcio tho rcniaius wcro
laid nl rest.
Blank books .of all sortr, lelgero
etc. manufactured by the bulletin Pub.
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postcards in Hawaiian Views. Flow.
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