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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, OCT. 27, 1908.
$2.75, $3.00, $3.50, $4.25,
$5, $6, to $12 a pair.
Wool Scarlet Blankets
$5, $6.25, $6.50, $6.75, $8,
$9 a pair
Wool Grey Blankets
$6.50 and $7 a pair
75c, 90c, $1, $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75, and $2 a pair.
A Specialty is made of repairing
Cotton Grey Blankets
85c, $1, $1,25, and $1.50 pr
Cotton Tan Blankets
$1, $1.25, and $1.50 a pair.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
are as essential to good health as pure air. We are ih a
position to supply the Best there is in beef. No market
gets as good cattle and there are no cutters better than
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd,,
To Typewriter Operators
Use nothing but
Remington Carbons and Ribbons
as they are THE Standard for Quality in every respect.
Call in and see the new
Remington Adder & SubstraTotor
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd. - 93! Fort St.
EXCLUSIVE TERRITORIAL AGENTS FOR THE REM
INGTON TYPEWRITER CO., OF NEW YORK.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ld,
Fort St. just above King.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P, 0. Box 901. Telephone 031,
DELIVERED to resi
dences and offices ill 2Ec
per hundred nftor Novem
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant &t.
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Our $25, lnlts
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648-658 Paeiflo Building,
San Francisco. Calif.
if President Roosevelt, f
ft Tho Hepubllfun party of Ha- '.'
wall sends greetings on occa-i
slon uf jour fiftieth birthday. K
:: Your policy has made Hawaii
ft Republican Central Committee, ii
Honolulu, T. 11.,-Oct 27.
it Tho above tnblegrnm was sent ft
to President ttoosevelt today by
tho Central Committee, the send
Ing having been authorized at X-
tho meeting of that body cs-
. terday afternoon.
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BUFORD WILL NOT
. CAUjmS TRIP
Tho U. S. A. T. Buford w III not stop
hero mi this trip from Manila to San
Francisco. Owing to a delay In leav
ing the Orient, it Is necessary for tho
chip to maku bp time and the run will
therefore bo mailo direct to San Pran
Cisco. Tho Iluford left Nagasaki on Novem
ber 211. having been held up In quar
antine owing to a (passenger hating
contracted cholera. It being neces
sary that' thtr vessel roach Han Kran
clKjf on schedule time, the authorities
derided to cut Honolulu out of the
Itinerary .for this once.
NEW TRIAL GRANTED
A motion for 'a new trial In tho case
of Mendoncn v. Markham wiib this
morning granted by Judgo Lindsay.
Tho case was tried before a Jury some
lime ago, and, after being out for sev
eral hours n verdict for the defendant
wns brought In. TIiIb M-rdlct was a
great surprise to all those who had
followed the case throughout the neck
which It took to try It, for It appeared
that the plaintiff hud made out a pretty
clear case. On this ground. Judge
Lindsay granted tho motion of the
plalntln for ancw trial this morning.
" For Sale
Several fine BUILDING
LOTS at PUUNUI above Li
liha St. on proposed exten
sion of oar line, good soil,
no rocks, unobstructed view,
cool and healthy. 50x105.
Price reduced to $150; $25
cash, balance $10 p. m.
P. E. R. Strauch
97AITY BLDO. 11 S. KING ST.
W. C, Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
(Continued from Pace 1)
McCandlesst hen took the stand and
told about as follows:
"Your Molegato stated to you that
ho socurcd appropriations for local
Federal work, while Senator Geo. C,
I'erklns.'chalrman of the Committee on
Fortifications and Lighthouses, In his
letter said that It was through him
that the appropriations were secured.
I want to leave this to sou to judge
for joursches an to wholls tolling the
truth, Senator l'erklns or the Dele
"The Delegate has not dono anything
towards amending section 43 of the
land law. The people uro suffering and
It Bhould be jour duty to send a man
to' Congress In older that the rights of
the poor people may be respected. The
Delegate has simply represented and
worked hard for the planters ,or the
rich peoplo. He petitioned In Congress
that none but American citizens bo
employed In Federal work, but the
question Is, aro American citizens be
ing employed on Federal work? I Bay
no, In Hllo the breakwater was built
by Orientals under a llawallun named
Ewallko. Tho uorkment In the Set
tlement whoa re building tho Leprosar
ium uro Chinese, with u few hapa
haoles. Is that tho kind of a Dele
gate you want to represent us In Con
gress? Tho Delegate called mo a liar
last night without hearing my sido of
"It would be rather funny If a judgo
bhould com let a man beforo giving him
a fair trial. What I did say during my
traxels around tho Islands was that I
was In fuor of nppblng tho principle
of Federal laud law hero. There is u
large tract of government lund jet
uvmmuiu lur iiijuiubicum iiiiiiiubcb. uih I
Ihn Hv.tnitlvn unit the Lnnil r?mitmla. I
slcner do not consider tho petitions of
the poor peoplo.
"This wns proen In tho case of C.
Akau, a resident of Kuu, when he was
turned down In his application for
On the Oceanic wharf this after
noon, John W. CiUhcnrt. Chris Holt,
Harry von Holt and Sunday Qulnn ad
dressed the pooluB, The speakers wero
given a rouslne recentlun.
COUNTRY CLUB WILL
HOLD UNIQUE EVENT
A unique laiO&ratlon will be held
at the Oahu Countiy Club on Salui
lay afternoon rnd evening, Nov !.
A f,olf tournament will bo played dur
ing the uftcrilocn and, In the even
ing, there wll In a supper and gen
eral Jollj good lime
There will bj u full moon on .No
vember X and it has been determined
to take advantage of the fact. The
tournament will be plnjed during
the afternoon, .lillo the evening will
be devoted to inMij -making and such'
amusement as the members may elect.
Particulars regarding the tourna
ment have not jet been decided upon;
but it Is probable that there will ei
ther be a mitch of married men
against bachelor i, or that two scratch
men will be Instructed to form teams
to play against ach other.
Twcnty-flvo members have already
signified their Intention of entering
the tournament, whatever its nature
may be, and others can enter by com
municating wll'i D. II. Anderson, at
Castle & Cooke's. It Is desired that
all who wish to compete hand In
their names befcro the day of the
tournament, that everything may bo
In readiness for tho play on that day.
IS NOT SIRE CURE
Leper bacilli has been discovered in
tho system of tho patient who was sup
posed to have boon curod by the Nas
tine treatment, and tho man will have
to remain segregated and continue
taking tho treatment for some time to
come. Shortly after the alleged cure
was reported, Dr. J. T. Wayson, who,
with Dr. Ilrlnckerhoff, ndmlnlstered
tho treatment to this patient, gave an
interview to a U u 1 1 e 1 1 n reporter In
which he stated that ho did not believe
that tho Nastlno treatment would eer
le u suro cure, and In the present case
Dr. wayson felt euro that tho man
had not been cured absolutely.
Judgo Itobluson's Court:
Judge Lindsay's Court:
Klu Wal v. Oodfiey, 9 n. m.
Judge Do Holt's Court:
Monohau v. Itoblnson, continued.
Judge Dale's Court:
Wynne case, continued.
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE COLLARS
A collar that fits as well
after laundering as hefnre
1.1 tents I fur .' i t
t'l.Ul.TT l'hAIKIIlVfcCO rr, lk.
kip i 4.' t
IN CASE tho Jupanese liner Chlyu
Marti Ik not ready In time to make her
projected Initial trip across the Pacific
In December, the Nippon Mwu will, It
Is said, be placed temporarily on the
Tho BOSTON has the tone and finish which men of
conservative taste seek in their foot-wear.
Cut from our special crude of flexible "shiny" patent
leather, and fashioned over a Regal Oxford last. No heel.
slipping or ankle-gaping; iu our Oxfords.
Our Big New Stock Is Here
See this she it is one of the most shapely Regal
we are showing; this season.
Expert mending done while you wait. Best mateiials
CORNER OF KINO AND BETHEL STREETS.
THE DARKENTINK' Irmgard Is be
Ing given a new coating of paint' at' tho
Matson Navigation Company's wharf.
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
Ii. L. McOANDLBSS
941 NUUANU ST.
F. R. HARVEY
H. T. MOORE
E. M. WATSON
E. K. EATHBUBN
W. X. APUAXEHATJ
EDWARD L. UXE
The Refrigerator that Saves
It Saves Ioe
It Saves Food
It Saves Money
It does 'all this because i ii iw'.
and made RIGHT.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
JOSEPH JT. FERN
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Pau Ka Hana
Stnoke the OWL
8c CIGAR 5c
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
TO MY PATRONS:
Umn'nrr vrn! mv connection with
the Hawaiian parage, I can now be
found at tne vuio xiivery, nowi bjiu
Union Sts.; Tel. No. 6.
E. A. DE LOVELACE.
Bulletin Busines Office Phone 296.
Bulletin Editorial1 Koora Phone 185.
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lut'Kuuy, uci. zt.
. Tomporntitres C n, im, 70; 8 a. in.,
77; 10 a. m., 70: noon 79; morning
naromcter, 8 n. in., 29,95; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., C.176 grains ;ier
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
uz per cent; duw point, 8 a. in., S3.
wind 0 a. m eloclty 2, direction
N. E.; 8 a. in., velocity S, direction N.
E.; 10 u. m.,' velocity 9. direction N. E.;
noon, eIoclty 9, direction N, E.
Rainfall' during 24 hours, ended 8 a.
m. . .00 Inch.
Totnl wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 114 miles!
Danger of flru has mado It neces
sary to move a large quantity of the
Naval Station con supply from the
storing ground out onto barges In the
harbor, Tho continued hot weather
has made the dnnger of spontaneous
lombustlon a serious one and It was
decided to make tho move beforo any
thing happened, us the coal has beeu
smoking for Bevcrnl days past. This
This morning n force of men was put
nt work moving tho coal dbwn to the
waterfront. It Is necessary to move
the coal supply periodically In order
to avoid danger of Are,
H. N. CRABBE
JOSEPH U. KUB3A
W. H. MeCLELLAN
J. X. PAELE
A- V. PETERS
M. E. 8ILVA
CITY AND'cdUNTY SHERIFF
WM. PAUL JARRETT
CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR
J. C. ANDERSON
CITY AND COUNTY CLERK'
GI0ROE X. LOWE
CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY
W. S. EDINGB
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE Z81. P. O. BOX Sr
Fort' St., Opp. W. O.1 Irwin ft" C. Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teamlnst; alio deal in Crashed Rock, White and
Black Band, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
DO YOU ENJOY
CITY AND COUNTY TREASURER
R. H. TRENT
DEPUTY SHERIFF, HONOLULU
CHAS. H. ROSE
DEPUTY SHERIFF, EWA
JOSEPH H. MAKANANI Jr.
DEPUTY SHERIFF. WAIANAE
R. L. G1LLILAND
DEPUTY SHERIFF. WAIALUA
' H. H. PLEMER
that is made from Pure Cream and
CAKES that are a good deal lighter
than' 'Ma makes ?' Then come to us.
We serve meals from 6 to 8 a. m 11
a. ml to 2 p. m., and from 5 to 8 p.m.,
at reasonable prices. Service the
HOTEL, next to Perkins' Gallery
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LOiMamu.ii.Mil '' "'""' "'"
7lnir ti unutj
, IU by Drl'irel.lk
llrtala mui b M4tta.
Johnson's Dyes are really
dyes that color the fjrain f
the wood ,not merely staining
the wood surface, as so many
cheap stains do.
It is easily applied to old or
new woods with a varnish
brush. Old stain is removed
with JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
Atjy shade of color nnd any
finish desired may be obtain
ed. And the color STAYS.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. Kinf St. Phone" 775.
B"For Rent" cards oh sMe at
, mid ,.
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