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' Jj DIAMOND
$4.00, 5.00, AND $0.00.
GUARANTEED TO STAND CHICAGO WEAR, it will
wear well ANYWHERE.
RAPID TRANSIT MEN prefer it to othcrs.NO FREAKS
in this shoe; they arc a 11 sensibly shaped lasts.
MclNEgNY SHOE STORE,
TORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KING.
HONOLULU SW EXCHM6E
HOriOLULO, Oct. 29 IS08
Delegate and Calhcart
Are Lions of the
Tim lnt(;lln of tins Republicans
I. ii-l night wan tile I.IIBCSt Hint wan
ever wltiiosrod In Knhuaho. Thorn
wore fully ".ICO pioplo pioncnt when
Chairman I. Nimlm called tin.' meet
ing Id order ill 7' 110 o'clock. One ill-
Irarllon was tlio fico open-uir ohlbl- i ; " ' ,s,J'",i' '!
tliiu of moving pictures. Tlio plcluiei ririlroSniir Co..
I ..e Or STOt-K
; ntfr i -" -
.wa Plut.latlon C
Ha Com ftqilRCn
Hniinmtl .iic Ci
Himnlcaa sucnr Co .
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KKl'llkll MIAIHU'Mt 1
gtlultii Mtj;. o- ....
Kilwhlii. ucr 0..
Kfikn Sueur Co ... .
n.iii'i feuirar O
f i. ,.,,. a tin,,,,, (n
Oiiti.la 4'i),r I'Hiil Co
om ywim tft l.lll ..
tllowalti l,' ,
r .141, ail fl'IBrtf CHlll t.
Tabic Glassware, Baskctware, Kitchen Utensils, Nick
clwoic, Suit Cases, Bath Sponges, Porcelain and Tin Moulds
Casserole Ware, Parker Napkins, Jardinieres, Paper Cases,
Doilies, Chafing Dishes, Nieklc Pitchers, Pocket Flasks,
Ice Tubs, Tabic Crockery.
The last opportunity the housekeeper will have to buy
goods at practically cost. These baigains will clear out
our stock for Holiday Goods.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
1G9 King St. Household Emporium, Phone 240
( nil llio candidates wore -exhibited
i'K they mounted tliu btntid to adi'resj
Tlio iitmospVre whs rent at II"'
'Mention of tlio I inca of Prince On-
I Id nnd John V. Cntheart. They
were tlio ccntov. i'f attraction.
I'rlntc Cupid ivni enthusiastically
npiilauilcil as lis mounted the sU.vl.
"Ladles and Kcllow; Citizens:
wish to iiHk j on to Judge for your
selves all theso i ccusutlons which -iro
lilng directed against inc. I I s-t
bI.owii my lovo foi our imintrr -dicing
the Insurrection here, while I.InK
MtCandlcss did nothing, llift to1t'V
it conic.i to ycu and nays that t'o
loves jou so imuli that If jou t!'ct
1,1m n a Delegate It CongtcHa he Mill
give ou 1G0 iicioh of land. Tlio
Democratic nnd Home Kulo iiirtlo I
have done no gi oil for ou, hut mo
Republican party has dona much Koo.l
for the people here." (Applause )
"As our Deligato to CoiiBln3s t
have t-ecincd. iih sou all know. ml-
'finu tililiifiiirlntOtnu frir ttwril ln.ti.n1
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Improvement). AppioprlattmiH for
I'eail llarhnr worl.H and the l.cpuin
limn me Instanies of the gool that
the Republican party, through our
Delegate, haH done for cm.
'The Itcpulillraii paity secured for
jou tho County Act under which tho
t'ounty tloverninent wiib cstnhllhhcd.
It waH originally Intended that tho
i Coventor hould or authorized to ap
point iiiPinhciH of the Hoard of Super
jvhoin, hut 1 fought hard against It
'and llually succeeded In making tho
mt inherit of the lloaul elective." (' li
"John C. Lane w.m lcapoiiHlhle rm
the pannage of tho Municipal Act, and
not Achl, who clnliiiH tho credit of
IisIiik the father of that Act. Vhv
Ai'il w.ih not In the Senate then. How
could he claim the credit of helng tho
father of tho Municipal Act? The
V tal ia Actic Cn.u
W?i uUii'nai Co j..i
Wjltne-l Sugar M l te
liicrUlAfid tltim NCo
Hawaiian Kieclllr Co..
linn K T l.ln rru
Hen K1 Ji I. Co Com
Mutual 1IiImiic Co
PjkI lln ..... .. ....
NaliiKU kulilir, Co Am,
Oih'l R ft I. Co..
Ililoll K In,
I , l(lMallanl!nrapteCo.
IIPW UT 4 PC
lln Ttr i( pc...,
Haw Tcr 4K pr..
HawTrr 14 pc...
Haw l?,vl pc
HattctiMtaar toft pc
Ham D'.'cli Co ,
Haw Sugar Cnnpr...
Ilil.i K KCo Con t nc
I'otnkni Silcarro fic
Hon RT JiXlV6p c
viJi'oi -'. ' ', I Ijjjjjif T c:f mT$ '- !S2:!h !
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I KSX.Vis.l..1il',. 'r
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In t5ae lead
you'll find us there in the matter of
correctly-made clothes. Oar
cuits and ovcrcor.tj leave everything
clbo in clothes far behind. We'll
show jou some of the best things
King St., near Fort
Copyright 1908 by Hm Sdumlcr U Mart
Knliukii P.aul Ci 6 IC
OjIhi Rftl.Cot'JC .
Uuiit Suxnr Co j p c ..
Clta ui;r Co 6 p c.
I'.ic. Sin;. Mill Co. M
rala t'lAiitttioti Co ....
ptiiirerMM Co 6nc ..
Vjiijihianrir '". ? P ? f.. .. j, ,
Selling out at 5c per yard
for one week only
X. Alloy, Nmiauii below Hotel
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDG..
9 i-J2 Tvu.L.iriwrvfvzz. rsxr
176-1D0 KINO 8TRET-T.
from us, besides
you save money.
f "Little Brother of the TUch," J. M,
I Patterson; "Lewis Rand," Mary
Johnston; "The Long Arm of Mannis
iter," Oppenhalm, "Tfce Testimony of
I Diana Malory." 9s. Humphrey
Wnrd; "A Spirit in Prison," Hich
.ens; "The Time, the Place, and the
Girl," J. W. Hatdinpr.
These and many others.
11.T TTOTPT. ST. i
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Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Leprosiiilum, which 1h being cicclcd
In the .Settlement, In one of tlio good
woiUh of I ho Republican party. Upon
I lie completion of this building phy
slclaiia from America and Kuropo will
he experimenting nnd seeking ways
lo cute this dieailful disease."
"Tills gieat love of MiCiiiiiIIphk,"
coiitlnucil tho Delegale, "inust ho so
great Hint ho waulH .Mm to give It tin
Jiair votes In order tlir.t he nuiv get
some moie laud for ou. Ilo claims
that ho gave a good many of Mm all
hinds of assistance 111 time of nred.
He gae help In tlio Walaliin Sunday
school. Uucaiiso he did Hint he now
co lies nnd asks jou lo voto for Mini as
IK legale lo Congiess. The mention
tliat he has nui'lo with lefeienco to
tho abshtiiiice he gave j m Is (ertalnly
derndliig to tho llawallaus, I havo
sponlno money In get voles. 1 pre
fei to go and ark jou for .Mine otea
without mentioning these thiiigH, like
Mr. MtC.iudlesH is doing. If I urn
defeated heianse of tho fact that 1
g.ivo .miii no money, It will ho uu hon
("Wo aio eullng up Link's money,
I'i'luce, hut )ou,'ll get our votes!"
shouted il voice lu the crowd, and tho
hidlc.i of KaUaako pitched In with
'I wish to stato that I hnvo dono
my best and havo succeeded In so
cui'lug apprnprlatloiiH for vniluus
IVilcrnl linpiovciucntu In this Tnirl
loiy. Tlio l'earl liaihor appropria
tion, the" llghtlioiiso appropriation,
uud tho appioprliitlon for tho I.cpru
uailuiu at tho Bcttlcincut are avail
able. All tlioso appropriations inonn
work for tho citizens hero, In splto
f. all tlfeso apprnprlatlons, boiuo pen
pie aio stilt criticizing mo for not
having dono nuythlns for tho Terri
tory. If I wolo to seeuro for each of
you hero $1000 fiom Congress, you
would still criticize mo for not get
ting a larger amount. If t wnro to
got jou ?10,000 each jou would still
kick nnd say that I hail done nothing
"Tho Republican p.uty has dono
Its duty toward ytt'u. It Iibh given
jou County government. It hn& given
jou tho Municipal government. It
has defeated tho leper sut.pcct law. It
will tontlnuo to do Eod, for the peo
ple. It U therefoio proper thnt jou
give jour support for nil tho candi
dates of tho Republican partj 1
tb a nl; jou." -
Hob Shingle not addiessed tho au
dience, llornard Kelekollo acting
Inlcrpieter. Rending from a propai
oil imper, ho said:
' In llio Hist or Homo Rule I.ogls
latuio of l'.IOl, tho I.cglslatuio pass
ed only twentj'-seven hills In II G
days at a lost of $9 t.nno. The I.eg
iilatuio of 1 t'ifj pau-.cd llll) bills In
U'J dajs at a toil of JSI.0U0. That
Sales Iletween lloaul 'nn Oahii
Sllg. Co.. $2S.r.H: SHU (l.ibn Sim. Co..
?L'8.r,nj 4D O. 11. & I.. Co Jl":."3; 23
O. R. & l Co.. NI2.Tf.. ", (I. It. & I..
Co.. $102.75; 200 Haw. S'n - Co. $.11.2:,:
8 i:a. $27.23; 10 l'lon i $Mn. Ses
sion: 23 Unllll Sugg (' SCS.fiO; 20
i:wn, $27.50; 10 Kv.a, 527 -,i.
Latest sunar quotation 1.09 cents or
$01.30 per ton.
Beets 9s 9d
Sugar, 3.99 Gents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Cental
Members Honolulu Stock and Dond
Will IA.M WILI MMSON. Uinri.
FORT AND MERCHANT 3T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
of IIHI5 parsed lo:; bills In 10:', dajs
at ii custjif $l!2,00. and that of 1007
ltepuhlic'in, passnl tin bills lu liO
days, without a cent's cost to the Tei
iltory, mid thai was because D"legnie
Killiln liad seemed ailipioprlatiou
fiom Congress fir the .expenses."
.loll li ('. I.ane c.ii)lldatu for Major,
made ail Inspliliig address. Ilo de
nounced Achl as Inning nccoiupllsh-
Thirty or foity cents invested in
Bulletin Want Ads. will brin-j
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
DetcctUe ltuitnu. 32 Campbell Hid.'
No fancy prices at llio ,civ i.iinimu
llaUcry. Hotel St.
The Hawaiian hand will play at
Kurt Shatter this afternoon.
There Is n meeting if tho Hoard of
Health btlna held this afternoon.
All kinds of Deer, wines and inlicu
dilnks are crvc.l In tho licM InafJlier
nt I l.o l'.ishlon. Juat'r.le a trJ-'
Take your carnago r uutomotille
tn Hawaiian C.irrlago Manfy. Co.. lor
up to-dato repair?.
Havo vour typewilteri ntnj mactiint"
it'inlinl at Wnll. Nlthol.4 Co., Ltd.,
Toil mid Mon limit ctreits. Ttle-
1 hone 10. , ,
Coat your iron nsifi with "Ar.sl
Yo.i will ho uriiised .il Its cooling
ind prcorvr.tivo pionortlcs California
Ki -d Co.. agents
Manager llaleh of the Wlivli- T'l j
ogi'.ipli Conip'inv lift jesti'idaj for,
liinn.ilii. Island or Molok ii to look over I
in . in .,i wiii.li!" stal.im .blch L be-'
In,' in, tailed there.
( l.ius Spieekels is altimi t Imlld an
,'.nui tv,iv.,torv b.iiV linn liu! ill 'he'
ii. nl, ,l,l of Market Ktleet Ileal III" I
junction of I'.dily, Mirktt, :"id I'n 11
i- rLets, Sail Kiiiiii'Iucii.
The ladies of SI. Clenicut s (lull 1
will hue II sale of delicacies 111 ilie
,iore vecited by tho Hawaii in News
t'o. In the Young building, on Satur
d.t morning, Ottobei .11.
Mrs Kiuri'H will lnf delicious
liiiin-iiirili mlncei.icii foe lliatiK-'Ki-l'i.;
on snV at .ill ih" lenllng s ocery
li ii-ei Just us cheap and twlc. as
III. o .1 the lnii'iied ill ti b
' Ecis & Qtiinn aie now located at
the Youiib Hotel Auto Stand Phone
im Short runs 50c nnd $1.00 By
the hour $5X0 Special rales for
We received by the Alameda a large shipment of
Columbia. 3ftiy Cells
and Hylo Lamps
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KIHG STREET near ALAKEA. THONE 300.
r --:- --
is made of perfectly pure water flavotcd with pure syrups
and charged with the proper amount of carbonic ncul gas.
Too much will spoil it as quickly as too little will give it
the quality of water from the tap. It is not bins that
prompts us to say that OURS is RIGHT.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD. Manager. . PHONE 71.
cd nothing for Hie bciicllt of thu lla
wallaus during his long exueileiico ehonnimr and tnllinc,
Hi tho Senate Should ho hcioino I The iiiulilj ol the fool me eitH
Major, Lane said, ho would not l.o ' ' l'-'r '' ,,,,1 ,',,0'r' V.'".'.'.
I he rami taie nai um- rr umu-ui ..
I e'lviiig that whteti I' best and thn
lepiii.itliui IB well curnj'ii. nuiei
guided hj the Inter-lshiiid Steam N.iv '
igatiou Co. He was loudly' applaud
ed. I.'. YV. (liilnii said hu waa tho father
of the open Sunday. He pi limited In
work for the good of all Uie people.
John V. Cathcnit, who spoko at a
little liefoie 11 o'i lock, was gleli
lousing iliici-s. Although some of
tho people weio going away then, 11.1
mon us Latlu'ints name was called
I boy came back mid gnvo him mo.,t
cntliusiaSTlc npplaui. They express
ed their sjmpathj for hlui l.y np
plaudlug him fieiiucntlj'. Ho stated
that tho Advert Ibir had illrtcted Its
attack on hlui biH.iuVo ho would not I
allow himself to be dictated to by it. i
lie aLked the votois to give him their
biipport. "You'll get th-ire, .Iohu!"
ctiino fiom tho nowil , -
Tho other speakers of tho evening !
Ktroi'i. nt nr I'ort
The Kahilku wlieless station I'llUJ'.hl
iinssageB fiom the West Virginia
about una miles lioni lids pint; fiom
il'c Solace uhoiiL !io and fiom the
I inline about 7511 rilli'H distant Mon
d j night. The t.ln(liin aJs'i r'liislit
inessaseB being Ikihlu-i'l (foni t he, 111
I a and T.itnoiih li'Ininl hlaliinis. ills
taut, (he former ul.'.ul 2100 nillct.
! Tho Terilloil.il Teachers' AHSoela
tion will hold their next lueellug at
1 (Iiit U'gh School building Monday
levelling. Mr McCaughej will give an
I whitens on "Tho Now dtography." mid
Mi C. W. Ilaldwln n talk on the (tee-
priiphy of Hawaii. Ilolh nuhjeds will
ho iliiown opeti for lllsi iiiKlou, ami
there will ho musical numbers.
A board has convened at the lur
n cks for tin ex imtnitlon of l.i"iii '1
C 'I'm nor and Lieut. V. I! I'ay. of
llouolii'ii. both of whom are due for
Josepli A. Oilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.,
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Castio, who spoko on what J tin It enptolncy. l.ieutnvint turner
Was to have noon r ennnnun lor po
were A. I)
ho had done for the people while in
tho Leglslatuie; John Hughes, who
spoko on 'the pr'Hprrlty of'the Itopuli
lie in patty; Jim ('iilau, who tpoko
lu favor of good mads; John Kama-'
iiotilu and Dan Locan, who iiivoreil
tin chariictcrlstlis of overy candldato
on tho Itepuhllci.ii tliket Din evi
dently made a hit In Kakaako. for
tin soon as he fain! tho audience ho
was gieeted with "Hello, D.iu."
John .11. Wise, who had Just, re
turned fiom Ale.i matlu a forceful
speech, lie sail that his motto was
'To.uo on eatth.' Ily this ho meant
til lit aged people ami children tould
go In the dark ot night without fear
of tumble. '
One of the host speeches of the
night was by A. L (' Atkinson Ilo
disagreed with Link McCandless,
stating that the lnttei was not loll
ing the tiuth to lite Huw-nliaiiH and
that the piomlses of MtCandless wero
like a gie.it h'llloon, iniitiilulng hot
P. M. Pond, Contractor
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. yds. excavation at Manoa Girls' School.
WE WANT the opportunity of submitting figures on excavating
giading, rock, or concrete jebs.
P. M. FOND. TEL. 890.
motion it couple of monlhs ago, lint
was so, uufortitn ite a.i to fall mid
l.roik bin anlile.lhoieby ni cejsltating
n delay. Armv and Navy Jnurmil.
Sectetary Mott Smllh nn I Chief
Cleil: Cotikllng, Ik their tour of the
polling booths jv.tcrdoj-, discovered
that new booths will huvli to he luillt
In thiee places, untl tli.it the old booths
will have to ho discarded Immediately
nftor till.! election, being so old and
dlhiphlali d that they will hciirecly
hold together. All ol tho polling pi, cm
will l.n provldetl with electric light.
The fall to he held by the ladles of
Honolulu ln,alil of tho C.istlo Home
will tuko place on Hutufiluy, Nou'in
Ik r 7, from '.' to ii o'clock, ut tho C M
Cooko Ilerotuutj' street lesldo.neo.
Jlanv iitiliiue nnd p'oaslng iirtleleti will
be on mile. Mrs (J. II. Cooke his most
ginoioiisly donatol the use bf her
spacious lawn for this worlhj cniiao
Mrs. ?.. K. Mjera nnd Mrs. KiMiik i:
Itleharlson me inauaglng the bazaar
The riimoi' that llniiy MacMlllati
Is to mari'v .MunIiio Clllott Is ahioad
ugalu ut Reno, .Nov , the home of
Mac.Mlllan. Miie.Mlil.in was Jilted by
Mls'i I'dna (iiiodilih. who Is lo he
lll.il 1 led lo Nut (' liiiodwlli. Miss HI
Holt Is tho divorced wife uf Uoodwlu.
Regular (Jii.iiterlv Mooting of thn
I'liloii Keod Co.. Ltd., Will b held ut
ut olllcu of tlio Company lu,thlj city
oa-l'ilday, Oi t. uOth, ut 10:30 o'clock
T. V. MACKATILANM'' JR ,
S.-ctelaiv l.'uion Ke. il Co, Ltd.
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
& CO., LTD.
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