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F.VENINO I1UI.T.F.TI.V. HONOLULU, T. II.. Wlltl.VimW, OCT. 21, 1008.
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light soled Summer shoes and white canvas won't
do fit all in Wet Weather. Wet fcsC bad colds, and Doc
tor's Bills go together. Oct yourself a pair of
Packard Burgundy Bluchers '
with Wing Tip and heavy Extension sole., They are mado
to keep the feet dry and warm in winter1. Price, $5.00. '
Packard Tan Bluchers
made of the best Storm Calf, also with heavy Extension
sole. Just right 'for mud and wet' and damp. Price $5,00.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KING.
If YOU Could 8ct a Pair of shbes
that would last a
lifetime, r.nd always bc'in style, would
not you be rather, particular about the
way they fit you ?
Well, then; a Refrigerator will last
a lifetime--if it's, a good one. If it's an
Eddy 'lt wiN give-perfect service for
a lifetime and save you ten
times its cost. .. .
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
CHAFING 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: ICE-HOLDERS: COCKTAIL SHAKERS. A Complete Line of
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
1G9 inc St.
!KngBjjujjwnrj!"aaja,'L.. . i-
A splendid assortment ranging in price from 15 cents
a box of three cakes to the highest grade at 75 cents a box.
Workman's Tar, 5c a cnl;e; Violet Toilet, 10c a box
' of 3 cakes,
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
E '!i!u9iHHiftiHliiI il
Hawaiian Iron fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO VOUNQ BLDQ.. 176-190 KINO 8TR0ET. ' PHONE 237.
From us; besides
you save money.
J. A. R Jieira & CoJ
1.3 H0TEL...ST. 1
Jolin W. Cathcart tlilt) mo.-ji.
NiiK filed IiIh font-Hi llliel suit
against lliu Hawiillun (fitzctlt C.
ntni Walter 0. Smith, the amount
f of damages naked for Wclnil, lis
4 In encli of tho three cases pre
f vlottsly filed, 110.000. Tho libel
Ik based on Ibo Charges niado In
Tuesday's Advertiser, wherein
Cathcart Is chnrged with having
withheld collection, amounting
f to $201), which ho had made for
onu Kzra Poiiflnn, Tho nrtleln
In quettlon Is recited iim follUws:
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
., . ,
HONOLULU, Oct, 21 1903
W jr $T9Qt
; Bttr Co..-..-!.
c rin.niioiiCo ...
Hawaiian Attic. Co...
Haw Con S. put Co .
Ilonomu Sue' Co ...
HmtnVaa Sugar Co . .
Kipalnilu BiiR-ar Co.
Koltrt flff'tT.-) II.
"KMIlKZZl.tiD COSTS IN ONE
CASK WITHHELD COI.I.KC
TIONS IN ANOTI1KH.
"Two More Striking Instances In tho
Cniocr of n l.cg.il BooBt of Prey
Moro Reasons Why J. W Calli
cart Should lie Defeated ntiA Din
barfed. "Iletnlnod Client's Money.
"Ninth Charge Pi lor to 1809. a man
by tho name of tSra Poppleton ran n
bakery on fort street, opposite, tho
Clug stables. Popplctoi) went to the
bad, tluauslally, mid nbout tho time
mentioned left Honolulu.
"licfnru leaving the clly he placed
tu the hands of Mr. Calhrnit for col
lection n. claim for $200. Poppleton
wroto to Calhcnrt a number of times
In regard to the claim, nud. falling to
receive a reply to any of his letters,
ho wioto to tho firm of M. W. .McChes
uoy & Sons, asking them to Invcstl
gate for hint.
".Mr. P. W. McChesney put the mat
ter In the hands of A. 8. Mumphre.vs,
stating that Cathcart had collected the
money ninny mouths before. Mr. Hum
phreys sent for .Mr. Cathcart, who ad
mitted that he hail maflo the collec
tion, but had spent It. Ho promised
to b'liiare thu account 1ofnr tho next
outgoing vessel for the coast This
promlsu was several times repented,
but broken nti often as It was made.
Finally, Cathcart was Informed by
Humphreys that .McChesney would
not stand for any more delay In the
matter, na Poppleton was In San Fran
cisco, in destltttto cticutnstances, with
a large family on his hands. Humph
leys then said to him: "Now, Cath
cait, If you will treat this as u debt of
honor, I will send McChesney my dices
for 1173, wrlto him u letter, letting
you down ensly, give ou tho benefit of
my chiirgo or $23, and sou enn repay
mu nt tho rato or 2." n inonlh." This
proposition being gratefully accepted
by Cathcart, Humphreys kept his word
nnil settled tho account with McChes
ney. About this tlmo Cathcart was
appointed Assistant .Wtoriioy-Oenoral,
nnil, although he was lit iccelpt of u
good salary, ho did not repay tho
money advanced to hint until 1902,
when, upon Humphreys' peremptory
demand, ho liquidated tlto account In
"In this case, as In tho two floo Wait
Hoy cases, Cathcart treated his em
ployer's money precisely as though It
wero his own. Ho collected the monoy,
fullul to account for It, nud spent It
ffor Ills own purposes When culled to
account, ho had no excuso for non
payment except that liu hud spent tho
money, and could not pay."
"Two Moro Charges.
"Wo ptcsctit thlH .morning sumo
nioto conspicuous facts touching tho
unfitness of John W. Ciilltmrt to con
llnito on tho Republican ticket, to re
main In office or' to stay In good stand
ing as ii member of tho imr. . . .
"Another charge, bringing homo to
Mr. Cathcurt a similar offenre. Is that
of collecting 1200 for client named
Poppleton and converting this sum
also to his own use two cases or tho
same character as the two brought up
by (loo Wnn Hoy."
Olaa Siicar Co Lilt
UIOlll Ul i.l.
Pittiiu ftugir rum Co
iiftim surri.o ,
llulclilvjii Sugar Plant.
Kaliuku Plantation en
Kekatia Suit' v.o
:) ii. ii.
Dalia iittaar Co
nnnm.l .iiD.ff Po
O iltola Sucar Plant Co
r.la rWcltatlSH Q ....
rtp s'nwt Co....
V la: i Astir l
Wriiuktl Surar Co ....
Walmfa Sttrar Mill Co
ttiler.Wtaint Steam N Co
Hon R T t I, Co I'r.l
Mlllllal I tl'lilioiK Co
N.hiVn PnMir Co Aa.
Oahu K rV I.Co...,.,..
nun it k t:o r.....
II0.1 II ft M Co-
Havtailatt Pinearptc Co.
Haw Trr 4H pc.,
llnwTrr ,H pc
HawTcr 111 pc
1 SI tilt, t(,-'
For Outing Wear
Macle of the Purest Worsted, and Hand Knit, in a
Big Variety of Fast Colors
COAT and SHIRT
Jr.sl the right tliinfi; for the devo
tee of golf- Handsome, serviceable, -easy
Haw (tov't nc.t
Hum Pitch Co,
Upper Ditch 6s
ItuH SuRnrCon pc...
IlUn R KCo Coil 6 nr
Ifnii.ittaa Sugar ro C
IIihi RTfV LCnftp c
Koliulcu I'.ant Cofi uc
MrBrydrft Co'i 4. .
Oxhu Huxnr Co 5PC ..
Cl Sugar Cn 6 p c .
Ic- Sur. Milt Co, 6s
Talm Planntlo.i Co ....
pionir Mil) Co fl p c
Wntalua r.r Co pje
', ' I EIKS' BUIIDINQ, KINO STItEET NEAIl FORT. , ?H0NE Q51.
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.rr: LOCAL AND GENT.BAL I . ;
Sales Uctweon Hoards-
C. & S. Co., tnt.so,
C. & S. Co., 191.60,
Latest sugar'quotatlon 3.90 cents or
$78 per ton.
Beets I Os 3 3-4d
Sugar, 3.95 'Dents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WIUIAM, WILLIAMSON Manaccr.
FORT ANDMEKCHAfJT 3T5.
TEU PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
atfW W ' 'Ml
Cw IB t
Just '.vlmt tlie Vaclitsmnn needs
when the inrav is flying. Kffcps you
warn and neat, j
Thirty or forty cents invested hi
.. .. ". , t-a A.l. ...Ill It.;.,,!
liu lie tin want iius. win uuu6
Thurlow'i fcr a lunch or dinner.
I)lc.tlto Uiirean, "- Cmnpbell Hid.
No faiiey inlcs nt tltc New Knglnnd
naliery. Hotel Gt.
Sicrctary Mott-Smlllt Is Feiiillng the
Instructions to Injectors or Kleetlon.
' Win. It. lteeru, who letiirneil recent
ly from the State, Is reported tu he
tlolns well In his pr.ictlro In Hllo.
All kinds of Deer, whins and rulxod
ilrlnlts are scrveJ In tho bust uiannrr
at tl.e Fnnhlon. Just give us a try.
Take your carriage or outotuohlle
to Hawaiian Carrlagu Mnnfy. Co.. lor
up to-dnte repairs.
SilCclttl attention should he taken of
tliii display of nw and scasnnalile
dtess Roods In olfs. etc . nt VI Itney
ft Mnrsh, Ltd.
A ulass of Pi lino lleer with tho
pieals will aid the dlsestlmt ntitl net
lis n Kdieral tolile. If oil feel heavy
after imMiw, try It.
rnnt vour Iron roofs with "Aranlr "
You nIll bo surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., ngonts.
Mrs. Lindsay of Wiiliuc.i. Huirnll
ulstor-lii-law of JtulKo l.lnds.iy. Is vis
tiliiu Mr. mid Min. P. W. Oaiter nt
Wulklkl. nit her way to Kauai.
Htinsul. ii Japatiuiu wiiinan with a
luihu tt her breast, was yestenlny af
terniion found (?ullty of llllelt distil
IIiir by tho Jury In Judse Dole's court
Mhis d'l.nrtlsiio will tench nit ad
Ait event of the Krcntcst tntcre,t to . janreu imncini? cuss ,..r . u.i . . ..
lovers of IiIkIi-cIiifs music will be Hie NKIIohann Art I-eamie evety tJaturday
violin recital to be nlven next Tuesday ; nlBht. Tor paitlculars apply Or.co .
evenlnir lit Ills hull Hull. I'UnallDll. IiV "K ''"'
WILL BE A TREAT
THE TUNGSTEN LAMP
is the latest development sof science in lamp production
'and the more erfticallly von retard lamps the mor favor
ably you will le impressed with Jhe
It multiplies ttc lijjht fhiec-fold withont ennaaming
any more current than an ordinary laup and gives a bril
liant daylight illumination.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING STREET near ALAKEA.
For Rent" cards
on sale at
TO LARGER QUARTERS
We have been compelled to move
our store to larger quarters.
We are now located and ready for
business two doors above old location
in the Alexander Young Building.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
'young building. . .
NEW ,- TO-DAY
Mining my i.bsence riant the Terri
tory, .Mr. fJti'j I.ee will uct tor mo
'vlth full power or itttornoy.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, I'JOS. dlGT-Sf
NOTICE. , v
At the Annual Meeting or the Ho
nolulu IlrowlnR & Malting Co., Ltd.,
held Oct. 2uth, 190S, at tho Com
pany's olllee, Nos, riUG-Ijrl Queen St.,
Honolulu, T. H the following olll
tets wero elHteil for tltli cnsulna
President Fred. Harrison
Vice President E. Coit Hobron
Treasurer and Manager
Secretary W. C, Parke
Auditor Frank Halstead
The above named oHlcei-H, with .1.
.1. Ilelser and A. Hocking, constlttito
tho Hoard of Director.
W. C. I'AUKi:,
On Our Easy-Payment Plan,
BERGSTR0M MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
Fort St. just above King.
Mr. Hudoir .1. Illicitly, assisted by Mrs
Hrtico McV. Mackall mitl Mrs. I. Ten
Mr. Illicitly Is. without doubt, the
(litest lollnlht In Hawaii. Ills artistic
litterptetntlon anil perfect terliniU'
lmvo made him the master of this, tho
most dllllcull of mutdciii Inslttimctits.
nud his touch nud expression arc ex
ipilsltc. He has n ery able nsslstaur
In Mrs. Tetincy I'eck, who Is n bril
liant pianist and n perfect accompan
ist. Mis. Mackall, .ho soprano, has made
n reputation as nn artist, both In her
Interpretation mid eviiresslou ntnl hor
technical reiideiltiK, tint will hitu the
full apprcclatlou of her audience. The
luograin Iiiih been ery carefully ttl
ccted, nnil the iiutnlierH arranged to
glo the best effects. Mrs. Mackall
will slug sumo cutltoly new songs.
Tickets nro on sulo Ht Wall, Nichols
Co. Admission, $1,
ACH1 ANDJANE VOTE
V C. Aehl, I.abor candldale fur
Major, makes the claim that nl least
threo of lite Hcpubllcaii-Tiinneis nro
ttirulug In their repmts to him after
they get tliiouglt tbo day's work with
tho Itcpiibllciins. It Is usecrtcd that
he Is In possession of tho Information
that Is taken tu Itcptilillcan headipinr.
crs. Ho expects on election day to got
n great number of ntes promised to
thu llepublleaiis, on tho same theorj
Hint I.ane In the Ilepulilleaii eonen
go,t seciot votes that lind been
tlt.Oll IllltlllrlV fl llllurnr.n nnil
Ice en-am, IhiMited with the fitmoiis
vanilla extruet of tho Van Miner Co,
will liu mndo nud servetl to till comers
tomotioty morning )iy th,o expert Ign
oring demonstrator Thu demonstra
tion will liu held In tho dining hall of
this Y. W. C A fioiu !i:30 till 11
o'clock, nud all nro cnnllally Invited
Kdwaiil 1'. etikv. eliaulTeur for Mlf.
Hoiiry Dlbblce, sister of lite lain Mar
shall Field of Chicago, Is In tho hoi
pltul at I'lllslleltl. Muss., iih the result
of Injuries iccelw'd when ho lost con
tiol or tho ear and It ran down the
banks .of tluf liousatonlo tlver-whlle
TI ojo who have notnlready rf cehed
n cop; should call or send for "Money
Management," a booklet of viiht'ihlc
Itifort uitlotl. Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd
!20 Iirt street.
Alipllcatlotis for gas should be made
of the Honolulu Oas Co.. Illthop .'treet,
nt once, otherwise person.' nn h"
obllget) to wait until Hie Installation
of tho new plant
"Siitupei k" bttltn for hoys and joutlis
are talloied as coirecllv ty any man'i
kitlt Thoj are made b tjicclal boys'
trllors. Sold bv SI. Mcliiorny, I.ul .
.Nt, rchnut and I'oit streets.
At lliu reuueM of Kred 1 Wnldroii,
representing Mano'i i i..l Co'lr-'" Mills
lesldents, SUetin' laulcfa detailed n
mniinteil patroliuan for iervlco In that
dlKttlct, bcgtnnlng last ulUit.
Thero will be n pcci.il salo of
lailles' parnsols. In whlth enitjroldercd
linen and plain and fancy silk, nt the
.' S Sachs Mry Cools Co., Thursday,
I 'i lil ay ami Saturday at reduced prices.
Kxpi-rt demonstrations Jn flavoring
i ml coloring cakes und ilcllcieles sue
given overy Tuesday. Thursday ittul
.Saturday mornings from 0:30 till 11 In
llio dining hall of tho V. W. C. A. All
There's ti Victor Talking Miicliluo
for every purse, ft inn the $10 to thu
$lli ) sUu. It Is a boon companion und
a foe (. dull limes. Call and try It at
tlie Ilergstrnm Music Co., Ltd. Port
street near King
A splendid exhibit of lliu very latoit
ttyk'H In exclusive millinery, peison.il
ly i-elecled by Mrs. Dunn, during her
recent visit to .Vow Yotk, will a
Miown at her Bhop In tho Harrison
lllotk Thu display das will he to
moriow iTlittrnlay), Kilday ami Snt
John A Hitches will speak at the
V .M. I'. A on Tilday ovcnlng. Oct. 2.1,
on "Christian Citizenship." ThlsJs the
third of a series of brief, worth-while,
illrt'tissloiin of tho eltlcii nml his
duties Tho liKellugH bngln at U i. Ill
nml ate "sliorl iiiu) suappy." Come,
and lulng utiuo "ginger" with you.
The Ladles' Aid Boelety of tho
Christum church In planning tn hold a
iiiiiiiiuiKC sate on thp 28ih of till?
month. Persons having clothes or oth
er nnlclim which they nro willing to
eotiiilbiiie, iileaso telepheno Mrs. '.
It. KiiHtor. l'oo, or .Mis. W. (i. Hal.,
Kitlmiikl, itinl tho things be called
for and gratefully received.
A meeting of tho Cnimervntlou Com
mission vii held ji-steiiliiy lit llio
Thione llncm of (he Capitol, at vhlch
all (he mi'iiib"re or the Con mission
1 ON THE SIDE
Our soda water is pure and well flevorcd. There never
was an aerated water to tquel it in Honolulu. Mixed with
the proper ingredients you have tlie fir3t "High Ball" it
is possible to produce. We sell distilled water, too.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager,
Josepli A. Gfilrsian,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
. ' ' INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAIX CO., Bath, Maine";
PARR0TT & tJO., San Francisco.
P. M. Pond, Contractor
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. yds. excavation at Manoa Girls' JSchool.
WE WANT the opportunity of s'ibraittinu figures on excavating
Blading, rock, or concrete jobs.
P. M. POND. TEL. 890.
lie u'nu tnt.ltiir lv,ii filiniil,. r. .1.1.. !.... ... i .... ..
" ' " "' " "'" ' veir luofcni, nesiiiPR ueeiamtitlon i:..
pert .Neweit. .Mr. Nowell, In giving i
kltoit aeeount or his lour of tho' Is
lands, stated that Huwall was iIcbIi
ahlo In a gient many people vvlui Imtl
Mime meau.i, hut did ttol ll,e thu cold
whit, im in thn N'lirihwon'l, He stated
lo the Commission that he would do
eveivthlna hi his power (o help Hti
m cnoKEttY mrx.
Every TuMilay, Tliunilny. mill Sst-
itiilny luomEnir. rom 0:30 to 11, ut
Y. W. 0. A.
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN CO., LTD.
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