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EVENING BULLETIN, -HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, NOV. 2, 190S.
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Foremost Designers Contribute to ', j 'nlvAS'
ARRIVAL OF NEW FALL GOODS "f
AN EVENT. OF IMPORTANCE.
If you want pattern hats, wo will show you many that
are dashing and picturesque. Look over our selection of
GAGE HATS. If you want smart Street Hats or inexpen
sive Dress Hats, you will find us quoting the lowest prices
and still maintaining the standard of styles. We are show
ing the PRETTIEST HATS IN TOWN.
for all popular makes, in all sizes, 5c a paper.
lest quality, 3-oz. bottle, 10c a bottle.
New All-Over Nets
in polka dots and pretty designs, for waists and Suits, 42
inches wide, from $1.25 upwards.
FOR AFTERNOON AND EVENING OOWNS
La Tosca Nets
LA TOSCA NETS .
Black, brown, blue, and pink, double width, extra
good quality, at a yard.
Black and cream Chantilly Nets and Point de Sprit, in
and DEMI FLOUNCES especially adapted for Directoire
Gowns, new elegant patterns.
Hughes Comes Out
Against Liquor Men
The political sensation of the present day is the circular being is
sued by John Hughes, who claims the liquor interests arc trying to do
him up. The circular is referred to by politicians as a good political
move, as Hughes cannot lose any votes by it and may make some. Hughes
Fellow Ci t iiens:
The liquor interests of the Third Degree, represented by the Hono
lulu Brewing & Malting Company, W. C. Peacock & Company, and Love
jov & Company, have entered this campaign, and while advocating and
supporting a Senatorial ticket which is satisfactory to themselves, arc
afraid to come out into the open aud present it to the people.
It is needless to say that my name is not upon the Senatorial ticket
advocated and supported by them, for they are exerting every effort to
defeat me because of my attitude in reference to the sale of liquor at
the last Legislature. I have no apology to offer for my attitude at that
time, least of all for my support of a local option law, and were the same
intolerable conditions to prevail now as prevailed then, I would again
assume the same attitude. My actions then were for the right as against
the wrong, for decency and sobriety as against drunkenness and rfi
pravity, for homes, women, and children as against the corporate liquor
interests of this Territory and their subsidized satellites and parasites
of the "red-light district." I am neither faddist, fanatic nor prohibition
ist, but I am, and always will be, for a clean, honest and healthy Amer
ican community. The saloons and liquor interests who respect the law
need have no fear of me, but to such as are represented by the inter
ests indicated and which have a tendenoy to, and do, in fact, depravo
and demoralize this fair land, I am an unalterable foe.
The saloons owned by these corporations, but leased to and conduct
ed by persons whom they own body and soul, under licenses issued to
such person, nominally conducting the saloon, are the occa
sion and reason for any law in this Territory regulating and re
stricting the liquor taffiic. It is well said that "a corporation has no
soul," and this aphorism has a distinct and particular application to a
? corporation engaged in the sale of alcoholio stimulants. It makes no
.difference to them how many men are irreparably ruined, women de-
' Tiailfllit anil 1lAma Htwmcil if 4Uw an Anl . di...!...!. d At...!
It is for the voters of Oahu to sav whether or not the convn-
liquor interests of this Territory shall be their political masters and to
express by their votes whether or not this Territory shall be, as are all of
the other States and Territories of the American Union, under the gov
ernment "of a people, by a people and for a people."
JOHN A. HUGHES.
N.S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO. Ltd.
Cor. Bcretania and Fort Sts.
Owing to the constant increase of our businesi
calling for service by wagon we And it necessary to
limit the hours during which wc will receive orders for
delivery in the morning. Complaints have reached us
of the failure of our drivers to deliver meat in time to
be cooked for the midday meal. To better the con
dition and eliminate such complaints we ask your as
sistance toward a better service to the extent that you
teephone your orders in the afternoon or early even
ing, or leave a request that you be called before that
hour and your order taken by our representative in
the office We cannot under any circumstances' guar
antee morning delivery of goods ordered after 8 a. m.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
WILL COST $75,000
Seent)-fHe thousand dollars Is
the approximate sum that will lie
atinnt In (Amitilnllni I lilolnntn 1 il '
I'CIIV lit VIIMUVIIS Hit? iiioiui si- uiu
Judiciary building. Marston Camp
bell, Superintendent of Public WorKr,
is at present working out tho plana
for the Interior of tho building,
which will be, when completed, en
tirely rearranged in Its room-plan.
The exterior of the building will
not be touched. It Is strong, and, In
fact, Campbell stated this morning
that he would not be afraid to ild
another story to It, in so fur au tho
foundation and frame were concern
ed. Hut the Interior will bo entirely
gutted out and remodeled. This la
one of the most Important matters
that will be placed beforo the next
Legislature. Marston Campbell li
at present working (in tho prciimt
narj plans for the work.
A bet of $1000 to $333 on Cathcart
una reported this morning.
TUB W.-rj. HALL sails tomorrow af
ternoon at 5 o'clock for the principal
porta of Kauai.
Several in BUILDING
LOTS at PDUNUI above Li
libs, St. on proposed exten
sion of oar line, good toil,
no rocks, unobstructed view,
cool and healthy. 80x108.
Prioe reduced to $180; $25
cash, balance $10 p. m.
P. E. R. Strauch
T4 8. KINS ST.
To the Public:
We beg to announce that we are now ready for
business at 76 Merchant Street,, under the new firm
OAT fc MOSSMAN
We shall carry all the finest Stationery and
Periodicals and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Oat fc lyrnpfannaill, 76MeroliaiM.near Post Office
ST 403 OAT & MOSSMAN "
(Cut this out and paste in
David. Kalaukoi, a Haualjnti work
ing as a (.teuilnre on Hie American
Hawaiian wliarf uas taken suddenly
111 thlii afti'rnoiin whlluthu wan at
work. The police ucru called, nnd ho
was taken to the Queen's Hospital In
a hack, the patrol wagon being en
gaged. Ho died soon after his nrrlv
nl at tho hospital To cause of death
could not bo ascertained from the
hOspltal auhorltliH. t .
HEW AUTOMOBILE HATES
The Auto Lltery will from tkls
data reduce all automobllo work 25
per cent. 1 passenger Inside city
limits Punahou St., WyllU St.. or
Kamchameha Schools, CO cents; call
ing or shopping $3 peY'hour; contin
uous driving $5 per hour: $4 second,
$3 for third. Around Island $40. E.
II. LEWIS, Proprletof. Tel. No. C.
Meals sen.d at all hours at th
Van England Hakorr. -Hotal street
Tho Republican Territorial Central
Committee has allriUl' outstanding
Dins aim men anticipated Uiomi that
VIII come up to and Including election
day. This Committee, will leao an
absolutely clean slato.
Deslcleh Prlnco Kuhlo and nil the
other candidates, tho principal speak
ers tonight will bo as follows: W. O
Smith. Uco A. Davis. National Com
mitteeman A, Q. M. Robertson, Antonio
Perry. Oco. W. Smith and John Lucas
AT 4 O CLOCK 111 tho nfternoon. tho
tteamer Maul will leave for Mahukona
and the a Ijnceut ports.
THE NOEAU will sail for tho Koo
I an side of Kauai. Slio leaes at 3
W. 0. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
The one spot on this Island where
toe table and appointments harmo
nize, and where tho comfort of the
guests has first consideration from
managers and employees. Sixty miles
from Honolulu and on the seashore.
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
Of the SeStSOn asmsmmm
Seedless Raisins, Sultanas, Currants,
Assorted Candied Peels,
Assorted New Nuts This Season's Crop
Mince Meat This Season's Pack,
Ltd., Fort Street
MWPIWI'W'I IHI II HUM II Ml I, ill I&.
DELEQATC TO CONGRESS
L. L. McCANDLESS
F. B. HABVEY ,
H. T. MOORE .
E. M. WATBON
W. A. HALL
E. K. BATHBURN
W. K. APUAKEHAU
' EDWABD HANAPI
EDWABD L. LIKE
JOSEPH 7. FERN
White Canvasand Buckskin Shoes
There is the same Standaid Rcnnl Quality in these
shoes as there is in o-ir black nnd tan shoes.
They ate all the latest models, nnd all fashioned
in the Regal way. Made with solid Ooodjear welt.
REGAL WHITE CANVAS $3.50
GENUINE WHITE BUCKSKIN $5.00
WHITE CANVAS OX10RD $3 00
H. N. OBABBE
JOIEPX U. XUHIA
W. H. JfaOLELLAN
J. K. FAXLE
A. V. PBTEBS
M. E. IILVA
CITY AND COUNTY SHERITF
WM. PAUL JABBETT
CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR
J. C. ABDERtON
CITY AND COUNTY CLERK
6E0BGE X. LOWE
CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY
W. 9. EDINGB
CITY AND COUNTY TREASURER
B. H. TRENT
DEPUTY SHERIFF, HONOLULU
CHAB. H. B08B
DEPUTY SHERIFF, EWA
JOSEPH H. HAKANANI Jr.
DEPUTY 8HERIFF, WAIANAE
B. L. GIIXILAND
DEPUTY SHERIFF, WAIALUA
H, H. PLEMEB
Old Kona Coffee
Boasted and Ground Fresh
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
AUTO and CARRIAGE
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Merchant St. bet. Fort and Alakea.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-S0BIPTI0N.
Tte Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
, COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Blank books of all ortr, lodgers
etc. manufactured by the bulletin Pub'
! Expert repairing Tone qji tl i ,
REGAL SHOE STORE,
CORNER OF KING A'lD BETHEL STREETS.
Herring - Ha!
No other Safe made today is so well constructed, so
entiiely and absolutely PROOF against fire and burglars.
And no other is ao popular today with the business
men of San Francisco, who, since the bie 'Quake, have had
Rood reason to know thhe ulative mulls of the different
Consider these fact3 when you want a safe.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
trj-j.1"- " luasswsa akm
Honolulu-Construction and Graying So,,'
PHONE, OFFICE 281. p. o. BOX .154
Fort St., Opp. W. 7, Invin & C LU.
t,. ,W d? 'I1 k!Ai of Teamins; aho deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black land, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SATE MOVING A SP
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
Jf it's painted by
The Paint Shop.
134 King St. I
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