Newspaper Page Text
t WtKMRP - ' - " ' tt - """ -
1 1 I Fancy Goods
, I . l ' 5
Goods and Drawn Work
We make a specialty of them.
Table Cloths and Napkins to match
Tray Cloths, Bureau and Dresser
Center-Pieces, Doylies, etc.
Some of the many articles found in our
Pillows, Pillow Tops, Pillow
Ruffles, Pillow Cords, Cord and
Tassels, Pompons, Pin Cushions,
Embroidery Silk, Embroidery Linens,
Gold Thread; Gold and Steel Beads.
In fact, everything pertaining to a
first-class Art Department.
Cambric, Swiss and Nainsook, in
single, double and cluster tucks.
From 60c to $2.50 a yard.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE BOOMS
Catherine Oliver, Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday, Oct. 13, "The little Minister"; Thursday, Oct. 15, "The
Confessions, of n Literary Pilgrim"; Monday, Oct. 19, "Dr. Luke of the
Labrador"; Wednesday, Oct. 21, "King Henry VIII". Season tickets for
the course may he obtained at Bergstrom Musio Company, Wall, Nichols
Co., H. W. Pcikins' Studio, nnd the Kilohana Art Leafruc.
is now conceded to be the logical nnd practicable method
for amateurs and professional photographers to obtain
good, uniform results.
We have the newest Developing Apparatus for both
Plates and Films, including the EASTMAN FILM TANK,
the EASTMAN PLATE TANK, BURKE & JAMES' IDEAL
PLATE TANK, and others.
Sec Illustration of Method in Our Windows.
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co., Ltd.,
FORT STREET. " EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
A large number of strong young mules will be received
Friday by the Lurlinc.
These mules are the finest that have ever been shipped
into this Territory, and were all personally selected by Mr.
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
MERCHANT ST., BETWEEN FORT and ALAKEA.
FEDS WILL BACK TRENT
(Continued from Paj?e 11
lion tit family, fik'Hilslilp uml proper
ty lioro; rimo lu'lllicr tlio liopo nor
tliu tlcslro of nny ntlicr homo.
It honored hy your nuiipurt, for iho
ofllco It) which I nsplro, 1 will plo tlio
licst Hint Is In mc, ami my tintllvitlcu
flmo nml nltcntloii, to tliu illsclmrKu o"
ItH important duties; moru Hum Hint.
I will conduct tlio olllco In n tlioroimll
ly crononilcnl nuiiincr, not ns an clco
inoayniiry Institution for liersonnl
friend, nor ns it retreat for political
Tlio foxes tit thq Rrtmnil linvo holes
tlio lilnls of tliu nlr linvo horih. nnd
Biircly tlio Boim of men who neck to fill
public stations should linvo nlicro In
lay their heads should linvo somo
hostaKo In tlio community whoso con
(ldciico they lnllo nml wlioso money
tlicy would spend. If elected, my dep
ulles will not do peripatetic wander
ers, itlncrmit u-ndors of law, lint liit-n
of character, substantially Identified
with Honolulu nnd Inspired hy n tk
Blro to promoto its hoBt civic IdcaB. No
casus will lu defended, If I am elected
County Attorney, liy cither mo, or nny
member or my slalT, In tho United
States Court, which under my oath of
oflleu 1 tun required to pi twenty In
Hie Territorial courts.
Kiirnestly sollcltlm your suppoit, 1
remnlu, veiy icBpcctfully,
CAHI.03 A. I.ONU.
To (ho ClecloiB of tho City mid Conn
ty or Honolulu, Oahu:
(lentlemeii: In tho llrm hollo!
Sallied from experlenco nnd tho Ken'
?ral nnd wldespieud opinion freely ox
pressed In this city mid county ilia,
tho elllcleney nnd InteKrtty of tho po
Hco forco can only ho malntmned liv
tlio Independemo or tho Sheilft mid
Ills Deputy rioni active partMpalloii
'n parly pnlillca, mid that tho security
:f life nnd pnix;rty Is paramount to
ill other considerations, mid at the re
Iticst of n lariw iiumbur or tho elector
itu of this city mid county, vo lmt
Jeclded to lie cniidlilutes ror tho offlc"
ir Sheriff nnd IJeputy Sherlfr, mid re
Kpectrully Millclt tlio support r tho
electors of tins city nnd county nt tho
lolls In November.
ir you letuni us, wo pledge ouiBole
o enforce the laws without fear or
finor. Tlio electors may iet nsstircrt
hat Iho eftlclcncy nnd dlsclpilno j'f
ho entire police forco will ho aur llrl
Wo Btmid firmly on tho sldo of law
tiul order, uml we Bollclt the suppor'
if tliu citizens or this city mid county
mil an endorsement ot our policy of
he entire Bopnrotlon of tho police
rum parly politics. Wo remain. Ken
lotnoii, Your obedient serwinls.
tHBil.) C. 1'. IAITKKA,
Cmulldato Tor Shcrln.
tKd.) .1. M. MONSAKHAT,
Candidate lor Deputy Sheriff.
Cong Violated Pljdfje
Chnlrinau Judd of tho Republican
"otmty Commit ten this morning ex
iressed consldcrnblo Kiirprlso at tho
met that I-oiiR had ilecldetl' fun In
lepoiidently, nnd innlotl fio rnlo or
tlio paity under which Loiik ns a
leloBiilo to tho Uonulillrnn conven
tion had pledRcd hlmseir to support
the party and to nhldu hy tho action
of tho convention.
Atkinson Quite 111
Judd stilted thh morning that ho
had visited Chnlrtuaii Atkinson of tho
Uopubllcnn Central Committee Ho
bad found thai hn was qtilto III, and
io would probably not bo ahlo to bo
ibtmt for another week. As Atkin
son was to have active charRo of tlio
MtnpalKii, Ms Hnc3s leaves a gap,
'nit Juiltl will sti'p In nml fill this
luring his Illness.
Feds Not Behind Long
it was ciinontly 'reported this
iiornliiB that tho Clvlo Federation
was icsponslhlo fof'tlio Intlopcnilout
Mlidldacy of Carlos I.oiir. but this
was emplintlcnlly denied hy U.
Castle, who Is ono of tho most prom
inent active memlieir, of tho Iniior
lrclo of the KedtuntlonlstH.
"That Is ubsoliitely rotten." Mild
Casllo when lln, updrt was mention
d to him this morning. "Neither I
nor tho Clvlo Federation lias had
inythliiB to do with tlio matter. Per
innally, I was much surprised to boo
'ilm iiiii ns an Independent candl
late, ns r alwajs cuusldcrctl him a
very strong party man,"
"Are joii going to endorbo him?"
isked the reporto.
"I co.uld not cai' at all nt thiu
time," said CaHlle.
Will Endorse Trent
"Will you cndoiso Inul.ea?" wan
ho next question.
"The Kedernflon will hold Its next
meeting next week." continued Cas
tlo, "1 tun nay that It will bn Its pol
icy to endorse tho tundldnteH who
liavo hold office, and who liavo filled
It Katlafiiflorlly, on tho prlnclpln of
servaulH nro not discharged when
they havo donn good work, oven If ob
?ood servants can ho secured. Thus
In tho matter of tlio offlco of Treas
urer wo hIiiiII mido'so Trout, nlthotigli
wo all nro friends of von Holt, and
know that he would nnilm lnt no
good u Tieasurer as Tronf. How
ever, wo feel that Trent has filled tlm
olllco well, and' (lint ho hlfould bo in-
lowed to coul inuu to hold It."
A Delightful ,Elevated ."sidence
Lot. 100 X 700. In Plllinni Trant ahr.vc
Liliha St., with unobstruofcd view,
iuove ur. coopers residence, I am
mthorized to sell at the REDUCED
PRICE of S750I BEST HAPfSATM
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITV BLDG, 74 S, KING ST,
"l linvo been asked to run hy so
many people thai I tfccldcd to do so,"
raid Sheriff Intikea tills morning,
"and It Is now up In the pcoplo to
say whether they Wont to liavo a po
llco forco which It! kept out ot poli
tics, ns is tho case at present, or
whether they want it made n politi
"Ono.pnlnt In my favor Is the fact
that 1 have a whKo man rifl a run
ning mate, namely Mr. Morisnrrnt,
who Is running ilx nn Indcpomlcul
KcpubllUin, while H coetus Hint none
of tho other candidates for Slid Iff
havo cared to lut'vti a white man run
.1. M. I'ocptic 1ms nulhorlzcil (ho
publication of tho following Indepen
dent ticket, which tin hides Homo
Itulers, I.tborltcit, Democrats, nnd Re
publicans. Tho ticket , wns prepared Biihso
nucnt to tho announcement of Cmlos
Long nnd Sheriff Iniiken to the effect
that they would run respectively for
County Attorney am' SlierllT on Indo
It Is expected Hint tho Home Kill
ers and 1iborltcs, who meet tomor
iow nnd tomorrow night, will pats
upon the qunlincatlous of miiIoiis
candidates before the) will endorse
The ticket Is as follows:
Dclegato Chas. K. Notley.
Senators .1. M. I'oepoe. C. II.
Ilroad, T. Oantlall, or Henry Vld.i.
Mayor W. C. Achl.
Shcrlir John Wise.
Deputy Sheriff C. J. Holt.
County Attorncj John W. Cath
cart. Clerk D. Kalaiiokalnut, Jr.
Treasurer Abraham Fernandez.
Auditor J. I'. Mn.!(iilnal.
Supervisors D. Katauokalaiil Sr.,
It. W. Davis, A. i: Cox, Win. A, Kli
ne. A. K. Kckal, II. Vlda, or T. Cian
ilall, Jessie Ululhl or Jus. Qulnn.
Iteprofentntlves S. K. Malioe. D.
M. Kupllica, C. Kaiilukiikiil, Unci
Kinney, licit Poepoc, Wm. Olep.iu.
Party Men Endorsed
" es, sir; I would accept the nomi
nation Tor Mayor If offered mc," Bald
Achl today, "I nm not particularly
anxious, but If my rrlcnds'want mo
to run for It I will no m."
John Wise, C. J. Holt, John W.
Cathcart, 1). Kulnitol.alaiil Jr.. A. 15.
Cox, Win. A. Kane, Jr.mes Qulnn, uml
Iluel Kinney nro Itcpuhllenns, but
they will bo given tho support or
thoso behind tho tltket. Thos. (iun
dall, II. C. Vlda, and Jesse Ulithla,
who are Democrats, mo considered
labor men, nnd ns tuili they wore In
cluded In tho ticket. For Treasurer,
Abraham Fernandez has been select
ed, but should ho dctilno to run, (leo.
C. l!cckcy, who Is tunning Indepen
dently, will be given support.
Mass Meeting Tonight
At a mass meeting of tho Homo
llulo party this evening at Kakaaku,
Chas. K. Notley vlli address tho at
tendants. Ho will peak on general
Issues, particularly on tho benefit to
bo derived should iho Homo Holers
bo successful nt the l oils. W. C. Achl
will bo ono ot tho speakers. J. M.
l'oepoo nnd Chas. Itioad will nlso do
somo B)cech-iiiaking. Notley will
leavo In tho Mauna Koa tomonow
noon for Hawaii, whero ho will icg
ister and rolutn here, preparatory to
Ills going to Kauai.
Home Rule-Labor Meeting
A very largo nnso meeting Is be
ing arranged fur .Saturday night to
take placo on tho picnilses ot Charlie
Achl at Falnmn. This la done in or
der to get things started at once.
Music will bo furnished by the Kit
hillaulanl (lice Cl'in and tho I'ortu
Kiicso band, proxldci! tho lattor'a ser
vices! can be kecurul. Tho prominent,
speakers will bo W. C. Achl, Charles
Notley, Abraham Fernandez, CharlcH
Ilroad, J. M. 1'oopo.i- D. Kahitiokn
lanl Sr., 11. C. Vlda, Win. Olcpau. S.
K. Mahoc, D, M, Kupllica, and sever
Judges of Election
Tlio Hcpubllcaii party has submit
ted to Secretary 13. A. Mott-Smltli the
following names for elect Inn Judges!
Fifth District Precinct 1: II. O.
Adams, Cieorgo Kalarhao, John Hell;
1!: C. II. Judd. I'M ward Kahaleakala,
Moses Akawn;:!: David Kaapti, An
drew Koatimil, John Ahsing; 1: An
drow Adams, Sauf I.iia, Sam Paulo;
T: K. 13. I.yman. II. (I. Illvenburgli,
J. K. Knuwalii; 0: D. K. Watson,
.las. Miindon, S. W, Kalllehii; 7: P.
A. Swift, Fred. Johnson, D.ivld Doug
las; 8: 13. C. Smith, J. K. Kahoa, (loo.
J. Wond; 9: Peter Nnlual, B. V. Win
ston, John K. Knncao; 10; (let). liar
ker, Wm. Ilredn Jr., (leo. Lucas; II:
Moreno IC, Huti, H. W. Spencer, Hen
ry C, Hapai; 1: John C. Crowder, I,.
A, Perry, J. O, Young; 111: A. Lewis
Jr., Win. 13. Palkiill, M. O. Annum;
M: Chas. An, Wm. Iluekle, ChurlcH
ppiinul; 1,': Nahora lllpa, Patrick
(lleason, I3d. Koaloha,
Fourth Dlatrict Precinct 1: A.
V. Clarke, J. S. Marques, 1-3. Kcawo
Iwl; 2: J,i3. 11. Iloyd, S. K. Kamalo
plll, J. A. Lcgros; 3: David F. Thrum,
J. Knllmapchu, Jason Andrado; 4:
Peter Hookano, a. F. Tlnsli. Wm. I).
Holt; C: T. H. Petrlo, W, J. Karrnttl,
V, W. Cliamberlaln; (i: Job llatchn
lor, A. II, Fltzs'lmnionB, J. M. Koa
hou; 7: Alfred Kalll, Joo Keohokll,
13. D. Scroggy; 8: II. P. Wood, Chns,
Manii, A. II, It. Vlerra; fl: Jiuiics
Stowart. It. II. Worral, S. U. Ayltitt;
10: II. I.. Kerr. O. I,. Sorenson, J. ;i.
Knlco; 11: G. ChalmeiB, A. Irwlng,
John Kcltultu. k . , . . . .
Don't expect your cook to do Ills best baking with a poor
Try a sack; if it docs not give you perfect satufa tion, vc
That's an offer in good faith.
Henry May & Co.,
TOR TAN, ROUGH SKIN, AND FRECKLES.
CURATIVE SKIN SOAP
will prevent them. Ws recommend it for the BATH,
the BABY, and the TOILET.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
The Leading Visible Type
writer Be sure nnd sec litis machine before
makinc a purchase elsewhere.
Wall, Nichols Co. Ltd.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Wall Yiiig Clio nCo.
Kinp; Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISinNG
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WAIK1K1 INN
"The Finest Bathinc on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours,
WINES, IIQU0RS, AND CIGARS.
W, U. fllilHilN, Proprietor.
He Knos TlieyVe'Good
'nilU-'fT V T f
MADE THEM HIMSELF, AND HE
Good FoIRs Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted hy
The Paint Shop. 134 KinR St
Has Moved to
i&2 Hotel St,
(OPPOSITE Y0UNO II0TE1
The Best Whiskey on the Mark-it
THOS. F. MoTIGIlE & CO., AGENTS
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 75D
For Expert Ropatrs on Bicycle, Mo
toroycte, Automobiles, etc., call or
J. B. Santos,
Phone 422. Union St
The Best In Town.
TEL. 027. KING ST
FINEST 5c SMOKE
M. A. Gunst & Co.
4000 Oreen Ite-ofing Slate 10"xl0".
fiOO Ono and Two Pronu Iron Konco
1 25-gaIlon Drum Commeiclal Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Fiances,
for 12" Wioualit Plpo.
EMMEEUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 Kine Street. Phone 211.
Of All Kinds And" Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
- Emma SI. near Beretanta.
Bulletin Business Ofilrc Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
I Wi A
substitute for this perfect
will return your money.
When jou Kiit
lift tn make
Our $85. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN, '
Supplies For All The Above Carried
Office Supply Co.,
031 FORT STREET.
All the Jovs
In tropica! life
Come for a day
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
The Manhattan Cafe
Is The Most Popular.
FORT STREET just nbove HOTEL
R. WILLIAM WARHAM, Prop.
HAWAIIAN FERTILlERC0., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS taitablo
for all crops, climatic and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY nt Iwilcij Tel. 430.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery,
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phono 515.
The latest and largest assortment
of hnnd-maie and painted lcathea
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
era aiid rruitj, nt
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. Kipg nnd Mercliauti
1 W '
J' te&jHjiuJl), MJfcjftfc
M&1httt,dmL:9 'i i witiliiiAiito,
mmi&mkte mmn'-'rmmmmmtmmt. -i