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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOUJI.V, T. II., TUESDAY, OCT. 27, 190S.
$4.00, $5.00, AND $0.00.
GUARANTEED TO STAND CHICAGO WEAR, it will
wear well ANYWHERE.
RAPID TRANSIT MEN prefer it to others.NO FJtEAKS
in this shoe; they arc a 11 sensibly shaped lasts.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A, FEW STEPS ABOVE KING.
lojjkkmj u ' w
Table Glassware, Basketware, Kitchen Utensils, Nick
clware, Suit Cases, Bath Sponges, Porcelain and Tin Moulds
Casserok.AVare, Parker Napkins, Jardinieres, Paper Cases,
Doilies, Chafing Dishe3, Nickle Pitchers, Pocket Flasks,
Ice Tubs, Table Crockery.
The last opportunity the housekeeper will have to buy
goods at practically cost. These bai gains will clear out
our stock for Holiday Goods.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
169 King St. Household Emporium.
Selling out at 5c per yard
for one week only-
It. AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Oct. 27.1903
Republican Gathering ksS
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLOO.. 176-190 KINO STREET
from us, besides
you save money.
113 HOTEL ST.
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.
"The Issue U being made ngnlnst
mu today Unit' I Introduced it lilll In
Congicss tu disenfranchise tlio Hit
wullans, nnd n bill tu piohlblt tlio
Hsu of tlio Hawaiian language. If
XlcCandlcss nays that he has nut
made tills mi Issue, then 1 say he la tt
This direct statement was the op
en Ing of the speech which Delegate
Kulnnlnnnole made last night nt the
big Republican meeting oil the old
Normal School lot on the corner of
Kurt and School streets.
"McCandless has promised a new
land law providing for the giving of
1C0 ncrs of hind to each voter," con
tinued the Prince. "IIu denies it now
but I would like to see him deny It
In Hawaii or Maul, nnd his name
would ho mud. lie plays on tlio sen
timent of the people when he thinks
ho can use it, but to the Intelligent
people he says that ho wants only the
prlnclplo'of thn Federal Innd lawn
applied. Even If you could get 1C0
acres each, what could ou do with
It? I admit that tlio land question
Is a serious issue, hut McCnndless has
no right to make promises which he
cannot fulfill. J can get you any
thing that ho could get you; if he
rould get you 1G0 acres 1 could get
you 2G0 acres, but what Is a poor
man to do with 1C0 acres? Coffee,
pineapples, tobacco, bananas, nnd si
sal nre the poor man's Industries.
That Is tlio main issue, piotcctlon for
sugar and thoso industries. You
want a man In Congress who he-
longs to tlio party which stnnds for
piotcctlon. I um not n demagoguo
llko McCandless. I make no prom
ises which 1 cannot keep.
"McCandless bays thut tlio poor
people will derlvo no benefit fiom the
iippioprlalloii8 which I had put
thiough for forls and harbor woiks.
These vabt appropriations nre for the
benefit of the Hawaiian laboring men
In these Islands. You Hnwnllans will
build l'earl Il.trbor and deepen the
hnibor and build the lighthouses.
"I am proud of my record at Wash
ington and I think that I and the Kc
publlcan party can safely stand upon
it. I'eoplo here muBt remember that
I have not two Senators In Confines
to fall back upon when I need suppoit
In the upper House, and we lmo to
depend upon tlio support of friends
of myself nnd of Hawaii. The Demo
crats, and Mr. Ingham, I think it Is
goY that It was Senator Perkins who
got appropriations for Hawaii, not
In this connection the Prince show
ed that ho had done much for Hawaii
by getting Hawaii nnd tho Philip
pines separated in the fortifications
bill, us it was Tnft's intention to
lump tho upproprintiuns, and then
to give the Philippines tho best of it
when It came to tho expenditure of
thu amounts. As it was, by separat
ing tlio Items, Hawaii had gotten
J 1110,000 and tho Philippines only
S1!00,000. Tin Delegate, explained
Kuhlo, htd no vote In Congress, but
had to do his work by getting power
ful friends among the leaders, nnd
he had acquired a number of such
Tho other very interesting feature
of the meeting was the speech made
by John Cathcart, nnd tho ovation
which he received both on mounting
nnd leaving tho stand showed that
the people were In full sympathy
"Two years ago when I ran for tho
offleo of County Attorney," said Cath
cart after his introductory remarks,
"I was all right, und tho Advertiser
said nothing against mo. Now they
aio bringing out old things, although
they might just tuvwell havo brought
them out then. Now they aro oppos
ing mo because I appointed Mr.
Drown as my deputy and because I
would not appoint tho man they
wanted, or let them run my office,
and because I would not prosecute
tho men they wanted mo to prose
"If you want a man or County At
torney who Is Independent nnd who
will treat all alike, then you voto for
mo; It you want a man who can bo
run by tho Advertlsor, then you volo
for tholr man. The peoplo who op
pot.0 mo aro the tamo ones who say
that you uio not competent to vote,
who advocate government by com
mission and want to sell out your
Cathcart ended his speech with nn
appeal for tho straight Republican
Among tho other speakers were
Daniel Logan, who called attention
to tho benefits which would bo de
rived from tho contemplated munlcl-'
pal Improvements, such ns a city hall,
a belt road, etc.; Wm, Aula, James
Qulnn, John C. Lane. Andrew Cox,
John Wise, nnd othtjrs. Tho meet
ing was well nttonded, nil tho seats'
being taken, and a largo number, of
people liavluB to stand, dreat at ten-
I V,. or STOCK
M E RCTsTOf"
2 Httwer Co...
lUttHlUn Sugar Co
llnnomu Miliar r-'i ...
llonolc.a Sutr Co . ..
tlulcliUnn Sujr Plant.
Knhiilcil Plein.tlim Cu
KtVfltia She t-O- "
Kolim ftuRr Co
MfllrleSui'r Co ,.,.
(lAlid bnear Co ,
Otionif l Miteuf Co ..j.
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
OUa Sugar Co Mil ....
Paaliau Sugar I'l.m (o
I'aolu-MJ tar Aim
l'aia Plantation Co ..,
rnj Sugar t-o.,
IV--fr Mill Co ,
VVilslJa Agile C
wanuKU Migar en ...
Va matiaVjSuatr Co
YVaimra Sugar Mill Co
lntr-Ulanl Sleam NCo
lion KTM. Co Com
Mutual Tlr)lioiie Co
Paul Up ....
rtaluku Hul.l.rr Co Am.
Oaliu It I. Co
Illloll K Co
Hon lift M Co:.. ...,
Havwilan Pineapple Co.
Haw Ter 4 PC
Haw Ter 4U pc........
Haw.Ter 4H PC
Hawlcr 1U pc
Haw Gov't pc .-
Haiku Autar Co6 pv
Ham, Ditch Co,
Ultxr Ditch (a
Haw Sucar Cnonc...
Ill'o R K Co Con b i c
llouagaa ugar Co. rlc.
ICahuku P.aot Co p c.
iurutynr i-o I w.
Olliu R& LCobuc ..
Oahu Sugar Coipc ..
Clan feugar Co 6 p c.
I'ac- Sut. Mill Co, (t
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co Inc..
Walalua grtr'Co ape
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JSJ 4MB yVKtjLt
-'- " mSB hHX In the Lead t
Mis.-' w "h t-ftri$mmimmL- "!. -nzliC-m. M . ou 11 find us there in the matter of
iSSBa"; - ,. MkWmKBUm:-'t-f correctlymade clothes. Our
i,ti.mui inn, i I'ittI Iw-hWtt iSm lli'lr' 'l ' I ' ' 1
W&fflBffiWttMl ' I Hart,' Schaf fner, i 1
MMI.HWI ai j ' ..i, ft t'ir'?.uMM-Wtrr'VT....' u,ts n,1(l oveicoat'L leave cverytlnnr; j
t!!"!m1,' U3 I WfttSfKtKlMl rtl"3 else in clothes far behind. We'll i ,1
wmiui pi ji, I kBPtv ka ill li 1 " I ' -Tj S s
yW'W wi i I w'$mMitx A 1 I1 H ' ' r ' snow J'u some of tha Lost things 1
S.!,nP,a, 171 ... I Ift'WWBJsSa " .' 3 .1- 1
iiwnii " i llis?Ms.'siayj5ill rl i i iumk. .j
':i?..lM fIWf-4 aiVA TAnr.FDY '' :
Kj ift Hi I f, rW King St., near Fort
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L...!Zi ::::z: Thirty or forty cents invested in TSToi'.i T V 1
7 1 -ii.-, Bulletin Want Ads. will bring SLSSSsSi
---l-"- - - rcsuus.
ZZn , "in'i T1....V,,.'. fo, o ini, or iiirm.r We received by the Ala-ncda a
"JI Zl i ii". . Detoctlvo Iliueau, S2 Campbell llhl.
. . pn .... x fancy prices at tho Sow Knglaiv;
..... m Unkery. Hotel St. '
. Uai Mystic I.O.IKO No. 2. k. or l' win
Sales Dutwccn Hoards' 73 O.1I111
Sng. Co.. J28.23: COItt L. Co.,
$102.50; 5 Uwn, $27.25; 3 WaUlna.
$S0.."0. Session: 100 Olnn. $1.25; 100
Olnu, $4.25; 100 Olaa, $125 20 l'.mn
hou, $21; S Ookala, $13.
Latest sugar quotation 4.01 cents or
$E0.60 per ton.
' 11 " 'W 1 ..
Beets 10s 3-4d
Sugar, 3.95 Tents
Henry aWateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Dond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT ST3.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE. 4.
tlon was paid to thu speeches, and,
on tho whole, thu affair was one of
Thurlow's for n lunch or dinner.
Detoctlvo Um vail, S2 Campbell Hid.
No fancy prices at tho Sow Knglaiv;
linker'. Hotel St. '
Mystic Lodgo No. 2. K. of 1'., will
moot In K. of 1'. hnll at 7:30 this ceu
ing. Tho S. S. HyndPB of tho Matson Nav
igation Company leaves Seattle for
Honolulu direct, December 10th.
AH kinds of beer, nines una mixed
drinks aro rervo.1 In tlio best manlier
nt tho Fashion. Just give us a try.
Tako your enrrtngo or nutomobllo
to Hawaiian Cnrrlago Mauty, Co., lor
up to-dato repairs.
Havo yn,ur typourlteis am! machines
rcpilroil nt Wnll. Nichols Co., Mil.,
1'iirt nnd Merchant htioets. Tele
A full lino of pongi'o shirt waist pat
li'Uis' ami suits am mi sale at Yco
Chun & Co., King and llulbul. Como
und get 111 si choice.
Aliwn Heights peoplo are planning
In plant trees nloug their htrcclu In
arcoiiltinio with a iilan niipiovod by
lho Hoard cr Agrlciiltuiv a'ld I'orctry
Coal your trim rnolt, ltu "Aiahli"."
Vo.i "vtlll bo surprised at Its coollne
mid preserv&llve properties CalKurnlit
Vood Co.. sgents. -
IlcnJ.unlu clothes pre rrrognlzcd-us
lho stand.ird In correct talloilm; wher
ecr (he best dollies mo worn. Let us
large iln'iraent of
Columbia Dry Cells
and Hylo ILamps
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO STREET near ALAKEA. PHONE 300.
the most suiivisfiil political guthcr-1 llll)w tIu,, , J(m. Tlio Kash Co., Ltd.,
nigs or tne campaign.
Tho undersigned, hating been up-
pointed Executor of the AVI11 of Kd
wtiril H. Tlionias, deceased, by tndor
of thu Hon. Alexander Llnflsay, Cir
cuit Judge of tho l'list Clicuit, heio-
by gives notice to till persons having
claims against uild vutatu tu Vri'EOiit
the same with tin- vouchers therefor,
to tho said Ke ulor at his oflke.
Merchant Sticet, Honolulu, within
hI mouths from the ditto hervofi or
such claims will bo forever buried.
All peisons owing said Thomas, or
having property of his, aro requested
to make Immediate p.i)incnt or ic
turn such pioporty to my ofllco.
V. It. CAST!.!:,
4142 Oct. 27; Nov. 3, 10, 17.
All of the appli
ances necessary to
enable one to keep
ono's nails In pio
pcr condition. Wo
linvo Null Flics,
Nail I'owders, Or
ango Wood Sticks,
nnd tho propitia
tions used by Man
polishers. Come lu
and look tho m
over without feel
ing that wo ex
pect you to buy.
& Co., Ltd.
Knit and Hotel MrcMs,
Thu Owl flvp cent cigar Is thn best
inexpensive smokr on lho maikot to
day. It has been tho favorilo nickel
cl'jir for years. Sold by XL A. Oiinst
S. Co., Knit and Kliu; ictieets. -
Kvijbod v, ho Iiik tiled them lu
crisis that our liinnvnllnif Soda Koiuii
t ii tit to. I. is unil Ice cioani uro the flli-o-t
In llnnolulu. Wo don't deny It.
Ilolllster Drug Co. Ltd.. Korl Ktroel.
Meals served at all hours at tlio
New liuglnnd Ilnliory, Hotel street.
The Hawaiian Trust Co.. Ltd., will
be pleased to show records ninl sta
ll. .ties of Insm.iuea companies to any
one Inteiosted In lin'iuvmc. nnd ox
pi tin what n I'tiideiitlal policy gives
Any wood may he undo permanently
beautiful by npplylng Johnton's Wood
Uvea. They color tho wood deeply,
not merely staining It, ub others do,
Sold by l.cwcis & Cooke, Ltd., 177 S.
King St. l'hono 773.
Reis & Quinn arc now located at
the Younjc Hotel Auto Stand Phono
109 Short runs 50e and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and tolling.
John I). Trenor has written to Svcro-
I lary .Molt Smith, stating that ho has
opened n labor recruiting Imioaii lu
lho Whitehall building lu New York,
i U' thinks that he will bo nblu to statt
I snino laborers this way bhortly.
A lady's hand has tho nnino nttrac
i lion lo a man as her hair and should
I bo kept In ns good condition. Tho
manicure tools sold by Ilcusou, Smith
& Co, Ltd., nt tho corner of Hotel ami
Pent, will enable one to do this.
Wong .Moon Tong w.-u arrested last
evening for perjuiy with connection In
the fi.iuds In tecurlng Chlnosu birth
certificates. Xloro arrests will follow
as fust sib the casordevolop, Xlr. Xlott
Smith has a number of Chlucso under
suspicion for complicity In thoso
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho
Chilstlun chinch Is pluunlng to hold n
iiimmago salo on the 2S(h of this
monlji l'cuons having clothes or oth
er artlcloi! which they mo' willing , to
cnntrlbiilo, plo.iso telophcno XIrs. W.
It Kobter. 'rulolo. or .Mrs. Y. (1. Hull.
K.ilinukl, and' tlio things will bo called
for and Kintefully iccelvcd.
Dirk Laiilhoa, David Kniicla and lien
Duncan vvoio rclont.ed fiom O.ilm
pilFon yoBtorduy after having served
a eirr for hlyillng govornmout prop'
city i mm mo united HUte.i Llglithouso
11(1.11 d'H wnrchouso. Thcso bojs test!
lied Unit they ruhl the stuff lo Uosen
borg, who Is now under Indictment for
having lecelved stolen priieity.
is made of perfectly paie water flavored with pure syrupi
nnd chnrfcd v;ith the proper amount of carbonic acid gas.
Too much will spoil it as quickly as too little will give it
the quality of water from the tap. It is not bias that
prompts us to say that OURS is RIGHT.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
O. S. IEITHEAD. Manager. PH0HE 71.
Joseph A. Giiman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.. Bath, Mains;
PARR0TT & CO., San Franeiico.
, P. M. Pond, Contractor
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. yds. excavation at Manoa Girls' School. '
WE WANT tha opportunity of submitting flRures on exctvating,
Blading;, rock, or concrete jobs.
P. M. FOND." TEL. 890..
One of ,
OAHU COUNTRY CLUB.
The Annual Xlcetlng of tho O.ihu
Cnimtiy Club will bo held in lho
Young Hotel on I'rlday, 30th lust.,
tu S o ilocl, p m.
1). W. ANDHItSON,
11 12-It Secretary,
525 iV PfiP
t WwlHIlw- ..
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.