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BVENINQ BULLBTIN, HONOMJLTJ, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 17, 1903.
Light sol-'l Su-nrner shoes and white canvas won't
do at nil in Wet Weather. Wet feet, bad colds, and Doc
tor's Bills go together. Oct yourself a pair of
Packard Burgundy Bluchers
with Wing1 Tip and haavy Extension sole. They arc made
to keen the feet dry an I warm in winter. Price, $5.00.
Packard Tan Bluchers
inadc of )hq hest Storm Calf, also with heavy Extension
sole. Just right for mud and wet nml damp. Price $5.00,
McINERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT (STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.
BE BATTLE SLOGAN
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Republicans Plan To End
Campaign In Biaze
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANSE
HONOLULU, Oct. 17.1908
If Vll Could ct a Pair of shoes
r; ; that would last a
lifetime, r.nd always he in style, would
not you he rather particular ahout the
way they lit you?
Well, then; a Refrigerator will last
a lifetimeif it's a good one. l.f it's an
IT rt.v it will uive perfect service for
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a lifetime and save
times. its cost.
Thco. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
CHAFWO DISHES with patent Ivory Enameled Food Pans; CRUMB
TRAYS and SCRAPERS; CREAM and SUGAR SETS (gold lined); ICE
WATER PITCHERS; COLLAPSING: DRINKING CUPS; POCKET
FLASKS; lCE-KOLDERS: COCKTAIL SHAKERS. A Complete Line of
With the campaign rapidly Hearing
the home stretch, the managers tit
the Republican operations nro tnnl,-
Ing preparations to bring tha politi
cal cuntest tn n close In a Mara of
glniy. l.r.st night a meeting of tli';
candidates wns held at the headiuar-
tern of the Territorial Central Com
mltlcu and plans were laid for
arousing a wave of enthusiasm
which will enrrj- the cohorts of the
O. O. 1'. to victory with n rush.
I-'iuni now on the Territory will bo
stumped f--oin one end to the other.
Hard, Bound, arguments will he ntctl
by the kpoakors; tliero will be no ll
II Ikatlon uf the opposition, and old-
fashioned, rh'-torlcul spellbinding
will be left to tha other parties. A
campaign of hard, common sense will
Thu candidate? jesterdny, with one
a ceo id, voted tn stand by the com
part which tlif.v made at the begin
ning of the campaign, and keep poi-
sonal attacks out of their arguments.
Attack a man's public rccoul where
It is open to attack, as much ns on
like, but leave his moral character
and personal life uloue." Mas the
sentiment of all of thu candidates.
This rule will be rigidly enforced.
There la oveiy Indication that to
night's tally nt Anl.i Park will bo
characterized hi more enthusiasm
than any political gathering which,
so far, has been held this year. All
of thu candidates of tills County will
be on the plat Term and each will lie
Introduced to tho audience and given
nn opportunity to say a few words.
This arrangement wns mildo In or
der that the otcrs may have an op
portunity to form Home Idea concern
ing tlie peisomillty of those candi
dates with whom they are not ac
quainted. Tho candidates will not attempt to
deliver exhaustive speeches, but will
content themselves with a brief out
line of the issues nt stake anil thu
results which they hope to accom
plish after election,
Prom now until tha end of the
campaign, meetings will lie held nt
frequent Intervals In nil of the dis
tricts, and a determined effort will
tiu' made to p'tatu the 'sldo o'f lie Re
publican party fairly before tho peo
ple, thus coricctlng any mistaken
Ideas which tho remarks of the oppo
sition may 'have engendered.
i or STOCK,
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Z Brewer ft Co.
Kwa Plantation Co ....
Haw Com Sin Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co...
Itonomn Snjtar Co ..
Ifonrikaa Purar Co . .
Ilulchiaon Snir Plant
KaltuVil I'laniattnn uu
grkalia StlR- Co
Koloa huitar Co
ntmm.a Suvar Co ....
Ookota Sugar Plant Co
Ulaa sugar to l-m
uiowaiu wi y.
Paaliau Sugar Plant Co
Pala Plantation Co
Ptprekeo Siifar Co.,
WrliuKU niirar un ....
Walmea Sugar Mill Co
liiMr-IUawl steam N Co
Hon H T ft I. Co Pre!
Mutual TvlfDlione Co
Paid Uj ,
Nahiku Rufjlier Co An.
Clahu R ft I. Co
I1I0K K CO..
noil n ivi .o
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
-flaw Ter 4 pc
naw ler h I'c
Haw Ter lU pc
Haw Gov't f tic
Ham. Dilch Co ,
Upper Ditch 6i
II aw Com ft Sun Co j c
Haw Surar Con pc..,
llllo R K Co Con one
Houakaa Sugrar co t pc.
Hun RT ft L.O t c
ICal.ukii P.aut Co t p c.
Mi-Umle S L' a. ,
Uiha R ft I. Co 6 u c. .
Oaliu Sugar Co ape ..
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c. .
I 'JO Sug. Mill Co. 6a
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 DC ..
Walalua a.grU- Co a r c
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For Outing" Wear
Made of the Purest Worsted, and Hand Knit, in
Big Variety of Fast Colors
COAT and SHIRT
Jut the right thing for the devo
tee of golf. Handsome, serviceable,
easy to wear?
Just what the Yachtsman needs
when the sprav is flying. Keeps you
warm and neat, a .j
ELKS' BUILDING, KING STREET NEAR FORT.
Sales Iletweeii Hoards: 20 Oahu
Sug Co, 127.7G: 20 Oahu Sug. Co..
27.7C; 40 O. II. & I.. Co.. SI01.2J; 10
O. It. & I,. -Co., II01.2S; 125 Ulna. SI.
Sessltint 10 Oahu Sug. Co., $27.75.
Latest lunar quotation 3.95 cents or
$78 per ton.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
ICO in St.
A splendid assortment rancing in price from IB cents
a box of three cakes to the highest grade nt 75 cents a box.
Workman's Tar, 5c a cako; Violet Toilet, lOo a bos
of 3 cakes.
Xj. AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Beets 9s 10 l-2d
Sugar, 3.95 Eents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manater.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
TEU..PRIVAT EXCHANGE .4.
TO RELEASE NIEPER
.IllfirV"" jV1' iEfllG SB
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NCXT TO YOUNO OtDO.,
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176-190 KINO STREtT.
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ram mi i ii iwiwiMiiiiiiam M IfPfV I
John Nlepcr, tho iyclt known Hono
lulu expressman, was refused n land
ing from tho China last evening, und
er a peculiar complexity or tho law.
Hut ho will probably be released In a
lew days, according to a statement
undo at the l'nimlgrntlon Station to
NIcper has lived hero for 27 sears,
hut is not a citizen of tho United
States. Neither Is ho a citizen of tho
Japaneso Kninlre, where ho would
have landed n short tlnio ago had It
not been believed that he was suf
fering from a disease which would
havo mado confinement probable. So,
ho came back hole and wns lust even
ing refuted a landing, because It was
fuund his ailment would bar him. ns
The difficulty seems to have been
WashlngUm, October 2. Attorney.
General Ilnnnparte hag grunted an In
terview to Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts on
tho charge mndn iigiilnst Mr. Ureck
ons, district nttoiney In Honolulu, by
Hov. K. W, Thwlng, who Is undor ap
pointment to go to China as tho dis
trict secretary for China and tho Chin
pso branch of the International Re
form Uureuii, of which Dr. Crafts Is
superintendent. TUo At)oriioy-Ocncral
.said tho chaiges woro bo serious that
liu had decided to havo a thorough and
Impartial Investigation made. Thwlng
has put his ovldelico In tho form of an
affidavit mid hns furnished numerous
names of persons who aro willing to
tesliry or susulclous iclations of tho
district attorney. Mr. Thwlnir tins boon
rtjii'cted by tho buieaii to put tho case
in gooti nnmis and proceed tn his nils'
nlon In China,
SPECIAL TOR STUDENTS
BIO MINSTREL SHOW
HAWAIIAN JPERA HOUSE
On Tuesday reulng, Oct. 20th, the
"Jolly Tars" from the U, S. S. West
Viiglnla will nppc.ir nt the Hawaii'
an Opera House In one of tho gieat-
est minstrel and vaudeville sliow.i
ever seen 'in Honolulu.
Tho company numbers fifty strong
r.nd Is tho greatest minstrel aggrega
tion In tho V. S Navy todav.
The minstro! flist part will bo
blight and spniKlIng with all the
latest bongs and d.iares, and the con
tinues alone will be one of the sights
of tho porformnnce.
The proceeds will bo given to the
Akbocinted dimities of Honolulu.
Get jour Beits caily and avoid tho
nth at tho doois.
Seats now on sale nt tho Ilergstrom
Music Co., Tori street.
from us, besides
you save money.
1.3 HOTEL ST.
OUR OROWINO BUSINESS HAS
COMPELLED US TO MOVE INTO
WE ARE NOW TWO DOORS
ABOVE OUR OLD LOCATION IN
THE YOUNG- BUILDING, AND
READY FOR BUSINESS.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
YOUNG BUILDING. .
Collcgo Btudclits and school clill;
ili-cn get n special rnto of '25 cents
for Kath.trlno Oliver's lecitnl In tho
Opera Houso Moiiday evening, Oct
Tills will bo Miss Oliver's Inst ap
I earanco In Honolulu and all those
wlio have not had the pleasure of
hearing this great artist should not
miss this last lecitnl.
Miss Oliver's piogram will bo made
up of character sketches, humor, uud
pathos. Seats nie (in sale at Ilcig-Ltiom's.
J. K. Mcrwln, a bartender, was Inst
night urrestcd for assault and battery
(.11 Officer Kenlohnp.iiiolo, It appears
that Mcrwln was In company with two
sallorB, and wanting to show off to
them, ho pushed the oillccr from tho
sidewalk, telling him at thu samo time
to get out where ho belonged. Tho of
ficer, who Is one of thu most reliable
men on tho force, quietly told Mcrwln
to bo civil, but Mem in repeated the
trick, whereupon Kialohupaiiolu placed
him under arrest.
This morning, when Merwiu ap
poured in court, he uns, to thu sur
prise Of all who knew tho facts of thu
case, merely reprimanded and ills
chat ged. This, It Is reported, was
done nt tho request of tho Deputy
Sheriff. That tho officers should fall
to get tho protection which thoy need
so much for tho piopci porformanco of
their duties, from their superior offi
cers, Is fho cause of much, mid appar
ently entirely Justified, dlssutUructlou.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Ab she lay sleeping in bed with her
two chlldieii nt her sldo Mrs. Helen
Hunch. 25 )caiH old, was Bhot twico
In tho head In Now Yoik and died Instantly.
Entered for Recoid Oct. 10, 1003,
from iuilsu a. in, to 4 p. m.
1) Niiholu.i and v.'f to I'ulted States
of America , Optn
Kdgar Henrlqiieu and wf to Trent
Tiust Co Ltd M
Entered for Record Oct, 17, 1908,
From 0 a. in. to 10:30 a. m.
Samuel It S)lvi nml wf to Hath-
Mioba M Allen M
Maniicl Louis and wf to Manuel It
(Iruce V Smith and hsb to Chn3
Fill nea ii x D
John du 1'rcltas anil wf to I'Vnnk 12
N Q rcteuou to Win I. I'etei'bon . Uol
LOCAL AND IENEBAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. makes
old things fit new needs.
Thnrlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Dctcctlvu llureail, 32 Campbell Hid.
Nn fnney prices at tho New Kuglund
Ilnkery. Hotel St.
Cciaral DunIs Is confined to his bed
by nn attack of rheumatism.
Dr. W. II. Schovulug. thu llllo den
tist, is spending u few iI.ih In Hono
lulu. Sulo of sheets uud pillow rases at
greatly reduced prices lit Whittle) ii
Marsh's on Monday.
I'ercy Hunter, thu Australian pro
motion worker, leaves Tor Sydney to
day on tho Miii'uina.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are served lu tho best manner
at the Fashion. Just give, us a try.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic, "
You nlll bd surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Tlicio will be a fair today, from S
to B, Kltcn at Holy Trinity Mission, on
Kinmn Square, bjt women (if thu Jap
aneso Woman's Guild.
On Saturday, December 5, a fair
will bo held at St. Elizabeth's House.
Palatini, under thu auspices of tho
Women's and Guild Society.
Governor Kiear has changed his
plans. He will return hero next Tues
day, and will not leave again until
Thursday, when lie will go to Kuiml.
Some very swell whlto dress goods,
dlicct from New York, wilt bo shown
nt tho N. S. Sachs Diy Coods Co, this
week, with luces mid embroideries to
Yeo Chan & Co., King1 and Ilethel,
havo Just put In a largo now stock of
hhoen, all styles and sizes, and neg
ligee. Go and see them before you
Miss d'l.nrtlguo will teach an ad
vanced dancing class for adults In tho
KUohnnn Art League every (Saturday
night, Kor'partlculars apply OPlce !,
Tho Regal Shoe Storo has Just re
ceded over $20,000 worth of men's
ltegal shoes. In tho latest fnll styles,
and selling at $3 50 and $4.00. Corner
of Kong and Ilethel streets.
The wet weather season Is coming
bu prepared for It. Our Packard llur
gundy and Tan llluchers, with lieavy
extension soles, aro Just the thing.
1'rlco $5. Mclncrny Shoe Store, Fort
Tho usual sen ice nt Leahl Homo
will bo conducted by tho Christian Kn
deavor Society of Central Union
Church tomorrow afternoon. Tho car
will leave I'awaa Junction at 2 o'clock
Tho Young People's I'nlon will hold
a pi also sen Ice nn thu U, S. S. West
Virginia, tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. All the Christian Endea orers
and Kpworth Leaguers, of tho city aro
requested to bu present. v
W. T. Itawllns, tho Assistant United
States District Attorney, has Just com
pleted thu manuscript of a digest of
thu decision of tho Federal uud Ter
ritorial courts of Hawaii. Mr, Itaw
llns has not yet decided on a pub
lisher. More than n weok ago tho health
Inspectors notified tho residents of LI
lllta street to clean tho arils of tin
cans and pile tho debris on tho street
tor renunal by government caits. Tho
rubbish Is still on tho street awaiting
Tho two-ball foursome tournament
on tho Oahu Country Club links for
the handsome steins which hae been
offered us tiophles, will bo held to-
mm iow. All membeis nro ollglblo to
tako part, Entries will close promptly
at 10 o'clock.
During tho stay of tho Pacific fleet
In this port h quarter of a million du!
lars will be drawn from the First Na
tional Dank by tho Meet pamastcis
for payrolls uud supplies. Tho Flist
National Hank Is thu go eminent do
Ap electric light lias been placed
over tho speakers' stand at Anla
Park, bo thut those who ore address
Jug meetings majo bo been plainly by
tho nudlonco. Heietoforo thu light ar
rangements haVo been such thut tho
faces of tho speakers' hate been
bhrouded In darkness.
An attempt was made last night nt
Wulpahu to murder Sojo Kawamoto,
a Japanese laborer, and his wife, an
unknown person (blowing n stick of
dyuamlto Into his room. The couple
was awakened by thu thud of tho stick
on tho floor, and Sojo picked It up nnd
threw It out of thu window. It ox
ploded ns It was leaving IiIb hand,
which was badly bhattured.
THE TUNGSTEN LAMP
is the latest development of science in lamp production
and the more criticalUy you retard lamps the more favor
ably you will be impressed with the
It multiplies the light three-fold without consuming;
any more current than an ordinary lamp and ghes a bril
liant daylight illumination.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING STREET near ALAKEA.
ON THE SIDE
Our soda water is pure and well flavored. There never
was nn aerated water to equal it in Honolulu. Mixed with
the proper ingredients you have the finest "High Ball" it
is possible to produce. We sell distilled water, too.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
J- -1 UI.1
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
P. M. Pond, Contractor
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. yds. excavation at Manoa Girls' School.
WE WANT the opportunity of submitting figures on excavating,
grading, rock, or concrete jobs.
P.M. POND. TEL. '890,. .
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Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.
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