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HVnNINO TlULU-TiN, HONOLULU, T If. SATURDAY, OCT. 21, IOCS.
$4.00, $5,00, AND $0.00.
GUARANTEED TO STAND CHICAGO WEAR, It will
wear well ANYWHERE.
RAPID TRANSIT MEN prefer it to othcts.NO FREAK3
in this slioe; tlicy nre a 11 sensibly shaped lasts.
TRENT TELLS ABOUT
How Much Was Saved
By Coming To
HONOLULU STOCK irXCHANSE
HONOLULU, Oct. 24 1903
f ... or STOCK ".Ml
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KING.
1-4 Off I
Table filasswatc, Bnskctwnre, Kitchen Utensils, Nick
chvsic, Suit C-.iscs, Bath Sponges, Potcclain and Tin Moulds
Cnssciolc Ware, Paikcv Napkins, Jardinieres, Paper Cases,
Uoilics, Chpfing Dishe3, Nickle Pilchcis, Pocket Flasks,
Ice Tub?, Table Crockeiy.
The last opportunity the housekeeper will have to buy
goid3 at practically cost. These liaigains will clear out
our stock for Holiday Goods, v
LEWIS & CO,, Ltd.
1C0 Kin;? St. Hotiishold Empoiium.
Selling out at 5c per yard
for, one week only
1a, Alloy, 'Xuuanu below Hotel
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
Tliu Democratic meeting out nc.tr
tins Kiilttlunl School last evening was
well ntlciitli'il, nnd thciu was 11 largo
list tit speakoi.ii to liulil tliu attention
nf tliu iiuwd. A. V Peters wiih the
II I'M I man tn mlilresH tliu audience,
ami ho dwelt chiefly on tliu supposl
tlou thin tliu Republican party m.ido
lots of piomlsos lint Mover kept them.
He salil Hint tlieru had Ijc-cii u
meeting at Alap.it and Klnau stiects
(if Republicans the pluvious evening,
ami (imo speahei tlieru who liuil been
in tliu (lovurnmcnt soivlte for tin
eais, gut up uud promised tlio pco
itt Rood roads, good lights, mid gen
eral InipriivcuuntH fur the commit
ult). If tliu stiulght llcpuhllcmi tic U
ut wore elected. Mr. l'eters mild
that they hail been making thlx soit
of promlso for tliu past ten yearn, uud
hadn't fulfilled them et.
(Icoige l-ovv, (iindlil.ilu fur County
Cleik, iii.ulo what was almost Ills flint
public appearance. Ho has been tour
ing the other Inlands with Link Mc
Candleaj. Itlx speech last night was
phoit and In thu point. It
was the nutt ipeaker lntiodiued by
the dull nun.
Trent slated thai hn had added
' Kaiiiaaln.i" In his Hawaiian name
because lio wiih the only old Tieus-
liier nil any of thu tickets. Thu fel
lows, ho bald, had accused him (if be
ing a mallhlnl, while, ns u matter
of fuel, he was thu only man who
wan. experienced In thu handling of
the funds of thu County.
'When 1 was first elected," ho
uulil, "I was, besides It. T. Mouie, thu
mil) Democrat on thu ticket, mid the
Itcpiihllc.ius weru determined thai I
should not pay oil thu roid-workcis.
because the) weio iifiald that the
laboring men would leal n how ie.il
ty good n Democrat was. Thu Keptlli.
Mean lendeiH c.imu to uu mid told mu
to glvo thu money In the lto.ul Super
visor tn pay off the men, but I said
no; that I didn't see whv they
shouldn't ioceiu n wairunt for their
inuney just tliu samu as any other
Cnunty eiiiploje. So they raino to
me iind I gave them the exact sum nf
inuney that was coming to them.
"Hold on," they said, "ou mo glv
Ing mo too much," mid when I told
them that they weio getting exactly
what was coming to them, mime ot
(lie mcould baldly believe It. They
bald that they didn't get m luucli
when they weie paid lit thu other
place. Hut every 111.111 gets ecry dol
lar ho deserves fi mil me.
Demon Ticnt then told u lllblo
ttnry to Illustrate his position, com
paring thu Hapubllcun candidate to
Colluth mid himself to the little, shop
held boy, David.
At. I.. Silva was the. next speaker,
uud ho was followed by Judge Ed-
lugs, who made a short mid convinc
ing plea for the straight Democratic
ticket. He said that the Alameda
had brought news of thu success of
tlio Democratic party all over tlio
States, mid ho felt sure that the peo
ple here wanted to he on tho win
Other speakers weio V. It. lLuvey,
W. H. McClellnn, William I Jmrelt,
nnd Chas. II. Hose.
Tho reception ncrouled .Tmrelt was
thu most enthusiastic nt tho lot. He
was -wildly cheered when ho tlrst
stepped on tho platform and was fre
quently Interrupted by applause din
ing his shoit (nil;.
Is a high classprivate hotel nt ie.i'
sonablo laics, located at the corner of
Uuiulinu and llerctuiila stioots. It Is
not a largo pluco; we'd lather c.uu
well for a fow peoptu than IndHTeient
ly for many. Call and Inspect I ho
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Maw Com fit Jail Li
Mulk.l ilifr Co . ..
Iluictihon Surr Plim
lni'iiVti I1",,ittleti . o
kl ah Hi. Snt Co .
1 U J IALr
OaIih Suear Co
n.inm,, Qtiar Co
Oikn'lSunar PJmt Co
Ulan snsaruo m"
Vim 'mi jn
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Paaliau Suear riiu w'v""w -i
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rail Plantation Co ... ' ,,) I"
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I'ir rMIIICo - " l'i
IViUlaaABllcCo ... , "'' llm
li.ukli Guitar Co .. 1 " ' !
Waluianalohujtar Co '' 1
Walnica Surnr Ml" Co '- '' 1 '
lntt.UiiilMainNCo I '"' Urn
Hon K T st i. to rrri
Hon RT 3c I. Co Coin
Muliut TlJ,hon Co
Oalm Rtt t.Co... .
Hit., It U Cn
Hon HSc MCoi
Hawaiian Pineapple Co
linw icr 4 c... .
Ha Ter4S pc
HawTtr in ic
Haw Gov't pc .. ..
Ham IVtcli Co ,
Upper Illicit (m
1 1 a wr Com it 5u c Co pc
Hnw Smr Cocpc. !
llllo H kCn Con b lie
II. Trent ! Honakan Siiltarto fjH.
111,11 f I l .' 1 M
Kalmku Pant Co 6 pc ,
M'llmleft C"'it. .
Otlin K ft I. Co6',c
Oalm SiKar Co p c '
oinu -,uL.nr uiic
Mac, Sun. Mill Co, ( I
Pula Mlatailloii Co .
rionrer Mill Co 6pc
Walalua AgflCo -pc 1
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In the Lead
you'll find us there in the matter of
correctly-made clothes Our
suits and oveicoats leave everything
else in clothca far behind. We'll
show jou some of the best things
King St., near Fort
Copjrtglit 1908 by Hart. Schittner it Marx
LOCL AND GENEKAL
Sales Uetwren llnards 20 Mc
Ilrjdo, $3.7',; So Onliu Sag Co., $28;
200 O11I111 Sag. Cn. $JK. 15 Walalua.
80; II) Walalua. w. ". Il.iw. C. k S,
Co.JU'; 10 l'a.uili.m J.'U in, ISM Hnw.
C. & S. Co., JUJ. Si'Shlon r, I'aauliou,
Latest cugar quotation 1,03'cents or
$20.60 per ton.
Beets I Os 3d
Sugar, 3.95 Dents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Member Honolulu Stock and Dond
WILUAM WIUIAVtSON, Manner,
FORT AND MEhCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE l,
TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF
THE 1ST AND 2D PRECINCTS
OF THE 4TH REPRESENTA
You nie hereby requested to meet
at the places mentioned below for
the purpose of rc-onranizine your
respective precinct clubs, elect offi
cers tlurrcto, antl to transmit to the
undersigned jour official doings
thereon, meeting to take place Mon
day evening, Oct. 2fi, at 7:30 o'clock.
1st Precinct, 4th District, at A. F.
Cooke's residence, Kaimuki,
2d Ptccinct, 4th District, at W. 0.
Rce's residence, Kalakaua Avenue.
E. J. CRAWFORD,
Sec. County Committee.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG..
176.1P0 KINO 8TREET,
from us, besides
you. save money.
113 HOTEL ST,
TO LARGER QUARTERS
We have been compelled to move
our store to larger quarters.
We arc now located and ready for
business two doors above old location
in the Alexander Young- Building.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
NICOI.AI In Honolulu, Oct 24, 1908,
to .Mr.' and Mrs. O. Nlcnlai, a son.
cards on sale at
DO YOU ENJOY
(lormau woman tn cook and do laun
dry woik for family; wages $30.00
per month. Address Joseph I lay.
llauula, Oalm. 1110-lw
Colllo pups, fiom pedlgiced stock.
I'llco fiom $10 to $20; female $10,
Hoi tier's Hunch, -IHO-lf
that is made from Pure Cieam and
CAKES that arc a cood deal lighter
than 'Ma makes? Then come to us.
We serve meals from G to 8 a. in., 11
a. m, to 2 p. m., and from 5 to 8 p.m.,
at icasonabic prices. Service the
HOTEL, next to Perkins' Gallery
Vox tonler, whlln, with light hi own
face, femulo. Iletiun to room 401
Slnngenwiild building and' leielvo
luwaid. 11 1 0 -1 1
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Tho Stock Hooks of tho I'lcmcer
Mill Co., Ltd , will he closed (o ti.tlis
feis fiom Oilober 2Gth to November
Ut, r.lOS. botli dales Inclusive.
(S.) V l'i'OTi;NIIAIIi:it,
Ti dinner I'loiieer Mill Co, Ltd.
Thirty or foity cents invested in
Bulletin Want Ads. will bring
Thurlow's for n lunch or dinner.
Dclo.-tlMi lluieau, VI C.iuipbell Hid.
Nil Irney pi lets lit the New Lnglaiul
Ilai..i v. lintel St
Uutsfxn hewn III black and whlto at
Whitney h Mulsh's.
furnished roimn with or vvllhout
board. Sec Want Column.
All kinds of buer, wines and mixed
drlnka nro served III tho best inanncr
at tl.e Fahlon. Just give us a try.
-Take your curHage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage ilauty. Co.. lor
uu to-datc repairs.
The htc.uner Manna Ke.i reports tho
fullnnliiK sugar on I law all October 23:
Walniikii, "omi, I'uiialiiu, HUM; lloiiu
This Is tho last d.i) fur filing iioni
Illations V"r membeis of the Legisla
ture fur the fourth and fifth lepie-ien-tntlvo
Coatiyour Iron roofs with "Arabic."
Vn,i will bo surprised at Us cooling
und preoorvctlve proyertlea Calltomln
Feed Co., agents.
W V Cm bin, a I'.icltlc tleet strag
gin. was nrrehted near the old llsh
market vesti'iilas tifleruooli, loo I.Ue !
to In! tdilpiN-il b tlio V S S Solace
Mlsit il'l.artlguo will tc.M'l an lid
vtiuced dancing class for ailults in tho
Kllohan.i Alt League eveiy j!ntiird,iy
night. Tor paillcnhirs 'apply OIUco ii,
Tor a comfoi table, dressy, well-wearing
nun's shoe, gel tho 'Diamond T'
nt the Mcluciiiy Shoe Store It Is Chi
cago iiuuli', uud built to v.'oar. I'llco
?l. ?:, and !
Thu Ucwlon Double Solo Oxford is
one nf tlio most shapely ltegals of the
bo.iKon Price ft.od It Is one of tho
finest In tho big ikiw $2U,OUO stock Just
in at tlu Hogul Shoe Store.
Theiu Is no ono who can keep up
with our messenger boys when tin"'
me cm lying messages or delivering
How era King up the Tcirltoi'lil Mes
senger Service. I'hono 361.
Among the many attractions at
Sachs aio new kllliullnu ininforteis,
fiom $LoO to $3 00, und cotton and
wool blanktts In white, grey, tan, and
scarlet. Low prices on over thing.
IIoiim! lot bargains ut Kaimuki near
car line, 3-4 uciu house lot In Muuoa
valley for $lfiU0j house and lot coiner
1'ilkol and Lunalllo for $2ii50; Muklkl
modem cott'igo, nuvv, $ISU0. "Water
Tho "Coiiecl" Oxford for street
weal Is "Tho Smilo." It Is u neat,
dicfBy, perfLCtly.flttlng shoo. Well
dressed gentlemen take prldo In wear
ing It Sold by thu Manufacture s'
Shoo Co.. Ltd.
Knit I and Manna, alias Mauni Kn-
lellieana. wuro biousht from Walalua
yisterday and charged with larceny In
iho second degree. They nic alleged lo
h.ivu stolen $8 n n)id a tin of opium
from a Chliiuiuuii named Ah Tim.
Then Is mrwaler ut ns good ns
tho soda water manufactured by the
CoiikolliluU'd Soda Wuter Works Co,
telepl.ouu 71 It Is pure and Is deliv
ered for beonty tents n cite. Tho
eonip.ui) also deltvcrs illbtllled water.
The gin el anient toad at Wnlpauu Is
being inacadaiiilzed. The1) have, made
a deep cut In front of tlio Wnlp-ilui
tchool. Tills leaves thu school grounds
ten fCLl above the uud Stepj will bo
cut In the li.mk so tli.it tho clilblreu
iii.i get into the giomuls.
Among thoso who m lived on tho
Alameda ulurday, was C'harlcB Miles,
lleutemint-colonel nf the Salvation
At my Ho Is the piovlnclul olllcer of
the army on the I'acllic Coast mid
comes here to make an Inspection of
the uoik in the Mauds, He will le
malii hcio about three weeks.
Margate! Maophersoii of I'awtuckot,
lthodo Island, has vviltleu Sheilft Inu
kea, reoucbtlng Information concern
ing her lumber, .lohu 11. Macpherbim,
Irom whom sho has not heard during
tho past thieo yeirs. Sim states that
liei leitcni hii been reluincd imdellv
cied. She states he was manic d to
Mis Muile Poller (ueo Savago), who
died In lliW. Sho s.os she saw her
In other In San I'rauclbco aliout that
lluio, after which hu left for Honolulu,
THE TUNGSTEN LAMP
is! the latest development of science in lamp production
and the more crittcallly vou ref-ard lamps the mote favor
ably you will be impressed with the
It multiplies tie light tlucc-fold without consuming
nny mute current than an ordinary lamp and gives a bril
liant daylight illumination,
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO STREET near ALAKEA.
is made of perfectly p.uo water flavoicd with pure syrups
nnd charged with the proper amount of caibonio acid gas.
Too much will spoil it os quickly as too little will give it
the ouality of water from the tan. It is not bias " that
prompts us to say that OURS is RIGHT.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD. Mansger. ' PHONE 71.
Joseph A. Oilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAIX & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
P. M. Pond, Contractor
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. yds. excavation at Manoa Girls' School. '
WE WANT tin opportunity of submitting figures on excavating,
grading, rock, or concrete jobs.
P. M. POND. TEL. 890.
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.
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