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EVENING DOtABTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT 10, 1008.
WHITNEY & MARSH
1045 Tort Street
1045 Fort Street
We do not carry cheap and inferior goods, because satisfaction is produced only by reliable merchandise
The knul which will NOT STICK
to your tabic. 54 inches wide.
IN MATCHED SETS AND
BY THE YARD.
In Dainly Designs, from the NAR
ROWEST to FI0UNCINO width with
INSERTIONS nnd ALL-OVERS to
See Window Display,
First Display of
FALL SHIRT WAISTS
mostly all STRICTLY TAILORED, with
long sleeves, stiff cuffs and collar. Some
plain and some with neat colored em
There are also some in LINGERIE
EFFECTS for more dressy use.
IN BLACK, WHITE, BROWN.
ALL THE LATEST NEW YORK
Our Wash Goods
DEPARTMENT is full of
PLAIN, BORDERED, and
GENUINE SOFT FINISH
CHARGED WITH KNIFING
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for Sheriff, anil Hose for Deptltj
Sheriff. Thc did not care, ko the
wcie icportcd .is saying, whom the
voters Ki'lcctcd for tliu other oIlUi'J.
A iiumbci iif Hawaiian vveie pres
rnt hi A Ill's olllie, and they iiiuub-urutt-il
tills story, saying further that
the Fifteenth 1'iocliict oterK who
liail tohl them this hail said tliat they
vveie willing to make nut affidavits
vouching for the 1 1 nth of thcli state
TIip itepuhllcnn lenrteis nre Inves
tigating the matter, although the
Hate that they ilu not believe the lo
port. Henry Is In Knnenho today
Iinil roil lil not he rencheil.
Kuhio Is Successful
Volcano House, Oct. S, l'Ji)3.
A. I.. C. Atkinson.
Alohn: Had tvo meetings last
night, at Olaa, first at U Miles, sec
oiul at 11 Miles, liutli well attemleil.
Kulilo iniKle line speeches at lioth
places, anil pushed our .y to heie,
arriving at It a m
Am getting te.ulv to leac for I'.i
liala. Ileikle) (Henry) htought us
from Hlto anil will take us as fur as
'Pnhal.i He will then lctuin to Illlo
with the (lovernors parly
With aloha mil,
The above letter was received this
morning from .lifdgc Archie Milium
I li. who Is touring Hawaii with tho
Prime I'ioui other letters It has
heeu learned that ICuhlo has spoken
aim In I'uii.i mill Kan. Today he
kpeul.s at Kitllua ami tomoiiovv hu
will be at WaliiKM He hail met with
tuctess ever) where.
Democrats at Aula
The Democrats will have their
gieat latltlcntlou meeting at Aaki
l'aik this evening, ami gre.it things
aie expected by the le.uleis. The
order of speakers will be as fol
lows' Sam K. Kalii.i, II. T Moore.
1.. I.. MtCandlens. IJ. M. WatMin,
Judge Quark's. J. K. P.iele. J. J.
Pern. 1". It Harvey, ami E. K. llnth
liurn The meeting will be presided over
by IMvvuid Ingham, Terrltoil.il thuli-
! Democratic Mettintjs
The Democratic County Commit
tee at a meeting latt evening decided
I to hold meetings us follows:
Mondnv, Oct. 12 At Joe. Aea's
residence, Walkikl; corner of I.lllhu
nil Wjllle streets.
Tucsdnv, Oct 13 -Kakauko; Ivvi
lel. Wednesday. 0t U Katnollllll; .
I.llllia nnd School sheets.
Thmsd.i. Oct. IT, Punchbowl;'
Friday, Oit 111 Pnuo.i; r. It. Hitr,
vey's lcsideuie, Kallhl road.
Saturday," 0 t. 17 Emma Squat o;
Monday, 0t. Ill At .loo Aea's
residence, Walkikl; Moanalun.
Tuesday, Oct. 20 Kamollllll; cor
ner I.llllia and Wyllle stiects.
Thui sday, Oct. 22 Punchbowl;
Pildav, Ott. 2.1 I'auoa; Kallhl
roitd, at F. It. H.irvey'B.
Saturday, Oct 21 Emma Siiiaie;
Fine Walalua Meeting.
l.anu, Desha. Kelekollo, Win. Aliln,
i:. W. Qulnn. Hughes, Wutkliis, lien
rhpies and Ajlott returned this morn
ing rrom Walalua. after having been
BtiunpliiK with the other Ueptibllcnn
candidates on the louudthe Island tour.
They will return this evening, to
gether with the candidates for llepie
seutallves from the Fifth Dlstilct. to
Pearl City, where u big meeting will
Tho candidates report that they held
n rousing meeting at Walalua lust
evening, nil tho white and nearly all
tho Hawaiian voters of tho district be
Tho situation among tho Portuguese
voters appears to bo rather mixed
Krom tho statements of those who
claim to speak with authority It would
heeni Hint the mujoilty of this votu will,
go to liuo for Mayor. Jarrelt for Slier-1
Iff. Hose for Deputy Sheriff ami
Hughes, Monro anil IJiilini for Sen-I
Thwlno Afflrmi Report.
Thvvlug this noon affirmed tho re
port, published exclusively by tho
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n yesterday, that ho would
give tho candidacy of Iuukca a boost
befoio the Hawaiian i:vaugellcal Asso
ciation iinxt Monday Timing slated
that ho was prep.utiig a speech In
which ho would outline various lefoim
campaigns, and would lefer to lauke.t
In this connection ns the man win
would cairy out tho laws.
After Egg Throwers.
Sheriff laukea Mated this noon that
tho would take special stops to have
egg throwers anested should they an
noy tho political speakers of any par
ty. Ho would have plain clothes men
stationed at each meeting, and It would
go haul with any offender who was ap
prehended. Umauma Is Hl"d-
The noon hour polities was kept up
today by tlureprcsontntlvcs of differ
ent parties. Tho speakers were Sam
Kuloii mid Knuwo of tho Democratic
party, Uinnumn ami Kamo.i of the
Homo Hulc-I.abor party and n few
others. Tho nopubllcnn party was not rep
resented on tho soap box. None of
tho candidates for Maor woro present,
although It vas icportod this morning
that John C. I.auo would be tliero to
deliver tho goods,
C. K. Fardeu, who filed his nomina
tion papers for Hopiesentntlvc, has
written lo Secrotury Mott-Smlth, with
drawing his mime, anil suggesting that
the iiaiiiu of II. Knhaulello ho substi
tuted. Tho latter mailed his nomina
tion papers, but Mr. Mott-Smlth will
ml vise him that tho only way ho can
bo recognized will ho to fllo his nom
ination with tho Inspectors of Elec
tion. Ills name may then be written
on tho ballot.
Fourth Representative District.
I'll st Precinct A. F. Clark, chato
man; J. S. Maiquos, Ernest Hell. Poll
ing place, corner Wnlalao and Kapa?
Second Precinct J. II. Hoyd. chair
man; S. K, Kamnloplll, Paul Ken.
Polling place, near comer Punatiou
and King streets.
Third Precinct Jason Andrade,
chairman; Daniel Kaliiuawa, Abraham
Knvvnlhno. Polling placo, near corner
Punalioii street and Wilder avenue.
Fourth Pieclnct G. F. Hush, chair
man; P. II, Hurnotte, Peter Hookano.
D.tltl.WP ulnnn a.....a l.in.,...ilf ..
t uii,,,,, i,,iv.v. i,'t,,i:t nvcHiimunii,
street and Wilder avenue.
Fifth Precinct T. H. Petrle, chart
man; W. W. Chamberlain, A. Knuwo.
Polling pluce, Thomas Squnie.
Sixth Pieclnct Job Batchclor, chair
man; J. K. Pakelc, Henry Mehouln.
Polling place, corner South nnd Ka
Seventh Precinct E. D. Scroggy,
chairman; Alfred Kalll, E. II. F. Wol
tor. Polling place, Kapiiadwa building.
Eighth Precinct II. P. Wood, chair
man; A. II, It, Vlclra, I). Nnhoolewa.
Polling place, Emma Square.
Ninth Precinct John Mnicaltlno,
chairman; W. II. I). King, I). K. Ma
lima. Polling place, comer Ucretanla
aveneu nnd Fort street.
Tenth Precinct II. L. Kerr, chair
man; J. P. Mossman, O. L. Sorcnson.
Polling plnco, Nuiianii avenue and
Eleventh Precinct O. C. Chalmers,
chairman; Moses Plpl, Aulln Awanwa.
Polling place, Walmnnnlo schoolhousc.
Fifth Representative District.
First Precinct Oeo. S. Kalachao,
Heela; John Watson, lleelu. Polling
place, Koolaupoko Courthouse, Kane
olie. Second Precinct C. II, Judd. chair
man; Moses Awuka, J. 11. Kukahlko.
Polling place, Walaliole Bchoolliouse.
Third Precinct John Aulug, chair
man; Sam Kaahu, Duvld K. Kaapu.
Polling place, Ylu Sit clubhouse, at
Fourth Precinct O. C. Kinney, A.
Kaliauanul, Sam Paulo. Polling place,
rcstaurnnt near railroad station at Ka-
Fifth Precinct Bertram 0. Hlvon
burgh, chairman; 13. K. Kauwalu, Win,
Wonde. Polling place, Walalua com t
house. Sixth Precinct D. K. Wntson. chair
man; Kulila Ilul, II. Kahlono, Polling
plnco, Walanae Courthouse.
Sovcnth Precinct P. A. Swift,
chairman; Victor Kapulo, I). Kublnia
una. Polling place, Ewn pavilion.
Eighth Precinct E. C. Smith, chair
man; Jacob Wnlkolon, Antone Peter
Johnson. Polling place, Ewn Court
house. Ninth Precinct E. C. Winston,
chairman; Win. Knal, Moses P. Puno
hu. Polling placo, Kallhl pumping sta
tion. Tenth Precinct Oeo. Darker, chair
man; Wni. Hrede, Jr., Oeo .Fern. Poll.
Ing place, Kntlhl-wacna schoolhousc.
Eleventh Precinct Mmcno K. Hu
lu, chairman; Elisha J. M. McCandless,
8. W. Spencer. Polling place, King
street, near Katulnnl school.
Twelfth Precinct U A. Perry, chair
man; J. O. Young. Henry Mnkuaolo.
Polling place, corner I.llllia street, near
Thirteenth Pieclnct M. C. Amana,
chairman; O. W. Palm, Wm. Kekoa.
Polling placo, Kuaklnl street ond Nil
Fourteenth Precinct Ilornnrd II. Ke.
lekollo, clintrmun; Sam Kaaloa. John
K. Notley. Polling place, Chlncso
club, Kukul street.
Fifteenth Precinct Eil K. Kealoha,
chairman: Pat Gleason. Svl. Aknn
Polling placo, Anla Park.
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