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Second Display of
NEW FALL MILLINERY
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 4th, 5th and 6th,
The very latest styles in
Direct from New York. One glance at the bold effects
in swell headwear ordained by the modistes wearing in
the Fall and Winter season will satisfy you that there is
nothing more to be desired either in originality or size.
All the accepted shapes arc here in SILK and FELT,
in white, black and leading colors.
Everything that is correct 'for millinery building:
Plumes, Birds, Wings, Aigrettes, Quills, etc. Elegant Fins
and Buckles. ,
First Showing of
LADIES' NEW FALL SUITS
Newest Materials; Correct styles.
NEW WALKING SKIRTS IN pleated effects, latest
styles in leading colors.
NEW WHITE SERGE SKIRTS, in latest cut, stylish
' ' SOME OTHER HEW ARRIVALS.
CRYSTAL SILKS, in all of the newest .shades. Very
stylish, and one of New York's leaders.
DRESDEN SILK, all new patterns and colorings. Very
A large assortment of Silk Dress and Waist Patterns
selected from the New York market.
BEAUTIFUL NEW TRIMMINGS, in Old Rose,
Reseda, Navy, Copenhagen Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Tan,
Grey and Brown. Alto all colors combined with gold.
NEW CRYSTAL BANDS, narrow, medium and wide.
Beautiful for evening and reception gowns.
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Bcrctania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
Where To Buy
You can get the most for your money here. Whether
you want a zino or porcelain lined refrigerator, whatever
, you want, large or small, you can buy it to the best ad
vantage from our large stock.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25,
, Hotel St.
AND BOARD CONFER
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
THIS WEEK. .
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICB,
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
Speak for themselves,
elite building. phone 397.
' (Continued from Pure 1)
or oilier stiucturci or pi lies of the
Telephone Company for the wires or
lliu Hi c ntai in sjstcm wns, under
this agreement, to lio without chnrRi
to the Ten limy of Hawaii, nml the
only cxpeiiro that the Territory was
to hear, ,in case of the tillering or
replacing of the ,wlrai, poles or oth
er sliuttuies of -the Telephone Com
pany, wait tho cost of tho rcmovnl,
Hlilfllnx or alteration of the wires,
etc., of His (lic.nlnrm sjsteni.
Suli-eqneiit to tho execution ,of
til Id iiRieemcnt, unit evidently roly
Iiir upon the rights nml privileges of
tho Ten l(ii y of Hawaii under It,
lniKc sums of money woic expended
by the Tcirllory of Hawaii for the
ir.ctallntlon of what Is l.iuwn as
thu Oainowcll I'lio Alarm mid l'ollre
Telegraph SMem, n largo tuimhcr
of the wires constituting such s8
tctn lielng BtriuiR upon the pules of
tho Telephone Company under the
agreement referred to.
The recent plans of the Telephone
Company for the placing of n part of
Its Kjntein undergiounil provide, ns I
initlvrsliinil It, for thu abandonment
and telling down of between 3U
mid 100 of Its pules within the Dls
ti let of Honolulu On u large num
ber of these poles' the wires of the
police nml lire alarm sstem arc
Htinng under the agreement of Augi
list 1st, t'JOI. In piovldlng for tho
Installation of Its iindergiound ss
ten tins Telephone, Company made
nbtolulely no provision for the wires
of tho police mid lire alarm sjstem
now upon Its poles. The changes
planned by tho Telephone Company
I n oh elf approximately 12,000 lineal
feet of the police and Arc alarm sjs
tcm. Tho pioposltlon of tho Tele
phone Company now Is to furnish
futilities for tho police mid lire
alarm sjstem for .tho number of feet
required, to-wlt, approximately 12.
000 feet, nt tlflccn cents per duct
foot, a total df S 1,800. The tost or
three-Inch fibre duct, such ns would
be required for thu pollco anil tiro
alarm wlie) ilclheied Hi Honolulu.
Is nppioxlmatcly to veil vrntt per
foot, and the fifteen tents per duct
foot lefurivd to In the communica
tion of the Telephone Company 'in
cludes not only thu tost of the duct,
but also such other additional ex
penses, such as the Telephone Com?
pany would bo put to In Installing
the duct. In addition to this amount,
tho City and County, of course, In
changing Its wires, woufd bo under
the necessity of bearing the cost oi
shifting Its wires from the poles to
ho duct, which, 1 understand, would
Imolvc tho expenditure of saternl
housand dollars. This Is a charge
nat tho City and County of Ilono-
lu'u, ns tho suciessor of tho Tcrrt
lory of Hawaii, In tho operation of
lis police nnd flio alarm sjsteni,
Aould hae to bear under tho con
tract of August 1st, 1901, but 1 do
not believe, under tho construction
of that contract, that the City and
bounty is llablo far nny part of the
ix I it'll so of furnishing tho ducts or
other (acltltles mado necessary to
bu constructed, in ordor to provldo
'or the pollco and flro alarm wires.
In tho matter of tho penult fees
or the breaking up of tho public,
itreets and hlghvtiis, tho ordinance,
.vhli h rciently pawed first reading,
irmlclcs that an' person desiring to
'ilea It up or disturb any public high
.vay shall obtain u permit from the
City and County Clerk to do so, and
lurthor provides that before nny pcr
inlt shall be Issued tho nppltnnt
therefor ulinll pay. to tho City and
County Clork, to cover tho cost of In
spection mid tho Issuance, of such
iiermlt, a permit fro of tho sum of
If ty .Lenta. It Is mado tho duty of
ho City and County Engineer by tho
lrilinnnco,. and tho respective rond
ivcrscers to oeneo and inspect all
excavations mid other disturbances
'or which a penult has been granted.
Clicso piovUlons of tho pioposed or
llannce nro general In their terms,
applying ulIKo to all persons, Arms
ind corporations desiring to exca
vate streets and highways of tho City
and County, mid, In my opinion,
luch provisions would be n proper
jxerclso by tho City nnd County of
(ho police powers granted to It by Its
In addition to the payment by the
City nnd Couiity of tho sum of ap
proximately $1,800 to the Mutual
Telephone Company for tho facilities,
which linden the agreement of Aug
ust 1st, 1DQ9, I believe tho City and
County Is entitled to freo of charger
tho Telephnno Company desires th
City nnd County to exempt It
thioughout the f v holo City and
"ounty, for the whole tlmo coerod
by Its chin ter, from' the permit fcos
for which tho company would bo
liable under tint proposed ordinance.
Whether tho Ho.inl of BupervUois
desires to do this Is mute n matter
of polio than a matter of law, mid
Is a mutter that this department Is
.caiccfy In n position to uihlso. The
City and County lould, if tho Hoard
ileslied, wajvo. Its legal lights and
enter' Into u contract with the Mu
tual Telephone Conipnii) which. If
executed before tho passngo of the
proposed ordinance, would piobably
not bo. effected by the tol?lons of
the oldlnnucc. As mi equltnble ad
justment of the matter, the Board
might waive its claim to u-frco duct,
nnd pay to the Telephone Company
the additional eo.tt to which that
company would bo put in furnish
ing tho facilities lequlred, at , the
sifiuo time Insisting that the Mutual
Telephone Company, ns well as nil
other persons nnd corporations lia
ble thcrofor, pay thu permit fees re
quired by the ordinance. Tho Hoard,
too, might In Its discretion enter
Into n contract with the Telephone
Company waiving Its right to n free
duct nnd piovldlng for the pamcnt
by tho City nnd County to the Tel
ephone Company of mi annual rental
fee for tho facilities required, based
upon tho estimated additional cost
to tho company, plus n reasonable
rate of Interest for tho use of the
capital charged, while still requiring
the company to pay the permit feu
the same ns others. As stated above,
these nro matters that rest In tho
discretion of the Hoard, nnd the poli
cy to he adopted hyjthc Hoard In tho
matter does not call for legal nihlco
liejond that set out nboc. 1 would
suggest that the matter can prob
ably bo faclllatcd by reference to an
Very truly yours,
rni:r v. mii,vi:uton
l'lrst Deputy Clly mid
. BUILDING RECORD
An account of tho approaching com
pletion of tho Amerlrai 2ii.tMiMuu li.it
tlerhlp Delaware, In which tho nanl
constructor In charge-was quoted ns
expressing the opinion tint (lie tlmo
iccord In building has never been
equaled in a Ilrltlsh ship, vjnl. has
caused n coi respondent 'o Ive some
figures comornlug tho construction ol
toino of the lucent ships of the Ilrltlsh
Tho Delaware's keel was laid Nov-
ember II, 1907, mid tho chip was
launched Keli, fi, 1909. It is expected
that the ship will ho read;- t.i Join tho
fleet thu first of nexc )tur, socn
months In advance of tl e contract
tlmo. Tho corrcspotuleiitlct.iios that
this is not an unheard of adileioment
In battleship building in Hrltlsh ship
urds, and cites thu following figures:
Dreadnought Laid down October,
1905; launched February, 1900; com
plcted. October, 1900 (J1C4 duvs).
Dellerophon December, 190G; July,
1907; December, "1908.
numeraire Jalyinry,' 1907; August,
1907; March, 1909!
Superb February, 1907; November,
1907; April, 1909.
St. Vincent December, 1907; Sep
tember, 1908; December, 1909. t
Cojllngwood Kebruury, 19U8; No
vember, 1908; February, 1910.
Vanguard April, 1908; January
1909; March, 1910.
Nuptuno January, 1909; September,
1909; November, 1910.
The completion of the Tcmcralru
and Superb were dclaud by strikes.
Dales lor the completion of thu last
four are In prosffccl.
FUTURE OF SPAIN
Chicago. "Spain Is In n slitc of In
tellectual and moral fvttncnt tlinttjcn
tually will glo Jt a pos'tlnn of great
Hess such as it had nt one t. . There
Is norf oUdcnt n rcmnrknb'e transfor
mation liocei-s," iild I'tof, C, It. Hen
ilerson of the University if Chicago
upon his i etui n from clx niunths
abroad malting an Itnostlgallon of pen
al nnd charitable lnstltlulmis In tho
vniloiiB i:uio can eountilea While on
his tour ho was notified of his npiKilnt
nient ns United States delegate to the
Intui national prison commission. Tim
coiiKiess will meet In Washington for
the tlisl tlmo Oct. 1. 1910, mid the Chi
cngo soclologlrt will net ns pichldcut.
"I was In fip.i'n liefmc the outbreaks
nnd could tell fiom tho rliiiubllims In
the Spanish papers that something of
tho sort was coming toon," ho said.
"Socialism has u ctrotig hnld on the
nation It It' iinfortuiuieluy of tho
violent sort. Hvcr thing In Spain Is
encouraging. Charities nru undergo
ing it lapld evolution. The Spalnards
aro n gieit peoplo now tlilt the hao
last their colonies. At .the prcMMit
rale of nihancement Spain wilt ngaln
beromo one of the lemllim natlonsc.
Its langii.ign Is spoken uxtenshely
being with the Diglidi and Preneli one
of tho gloat tongues of the world.
"As nu attraction for tourists It is
nlso getting recognition. They rcccic
Americans with thu greilest courtesy
Thoy nro reiiKonablo and tho scenery
Is ns beautiful as In any country In
Kcgrrillng JiimmiIIo court and parole
sjslems Dr. Hcndcrrpn said:
"Tho parolo rpstein Is taking deep
hold 111 Kuropo, but, as )ct Is Infeilonr
to ours. Our Juvenile courts In Chi
cago oifd Dener nro suierlor to those
I found In Km ope."
FORTY SHOTS AT PRIMARY
Three' Tammany Fighters Wounded;
Hundreds Are Arretted.
New York, Sept. 21. After hundreds
of arrests for disorder at thu polls, (he
nioi't serious conflicts Incident to to
day's primary throughout (Ireater New
Yoik occurred at a polling plnco In
Second avenue Just before closing
The rival bands of two Tammany
lenders clashed, forty slfots were ex
changed nnd three men were wounded.
one perhaps f.ltally. i Frederick Lucas,
twcuty-ulx j ears old, n pugilist, itKciy
Without nn exception the old Tarn
many district, leaders who had contests
on their hands won out at tho pilm
nrles, so that the 'roster of Tammany
lenders remains the same.
New York critics sny Car.isn, the
Spanish tenor. Is now ttuCanlso'sflass
ns n singer or ns nu nclor, but they
ngree that ho In oungor and moru
handsome than the celebrated Italian
This npiM'ars to make It a draw. Chi
nnuLCr'N inn pv -aaa
floors by wiping them,
once or twice a montl,
with a cloth dipped in
A better way is to use
Ivory Soap and luke
warm water. Arply with
a soft cloth. Use very
'little water. Wipe dry
with another soft cloth.
By following this method
you clean your floors as
well as brighten them.
994po Per Cent. Pure
TILE BK0AD VERANDAS AT
AFFORD A DELIGHTFUL SPOT
FOR "X0UR SNOOZE AFTER YOUR
AUTO RIDE AND A O00D LUNCHEON.
OLAA AND McBRYDE
IN GREAT DEMAND
(( fil n nn ivtiymagll
VVgajM or tusiNtu
www nu J2r
A . '
No two men are just
alike no two suits
should be just alike.
You want perfect
fitting clothing, don't
Only way is to have
them made tor yon.
Get us to make them
for you, because we
We find it easy to do
No, not when you
Our business suits
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars are incomparable.
Our evening clothes
(Continued from Pace 1)
bold between (he iloeo of the Kxchango
jcstorilay ami the close today. The
maihwed feature Is that the Inst sales
are nt nu advance, Tho price bids fair
to go higher.
Kuur hundred shares of Mcllrjde
Mild on tho I 'xi hnngo without shading
tho price and thu biokeis arc In tho
market this afternoon bidding for
more ut tho suiiie price.
Old time stocks are. Incidental of
fairs. Pioneer sagged' iiga In to 185 for
no particular reason. Klfty lliitcliln
ton sold ut Ki.SU. tho last previous sale
being at 17TA. Then shares of llono
lulu Haplil Transit' caino out at 90
nnd lia sold ut 31., .
The market has taken on a now life
In the last few da) a nnd will probably
keep It up, ns money Is fairly easy and
the quotations on law nnd beet su;i
could not bo more favorable at this
tlmo of Hie year.
FOR THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH.
In addition to the 20 two-minute
nnd 20 four-minute records issued
monthly by the Edison Phonograph
Co., they have issued a facial list of
do new tour-minute Amoeroi rec
ords. These are now ready for sale.
Geo. A. Martin,
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Younc; Bide;.
$2,750 Large Cottatre in Rood
condition and well painted, Three
bed rooms, electric lierhts, sewer.
Corner lot 50x150.- Fruit trees. On
Kuakini Road, near car. Bargain.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bide. 74 S. King St.
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO.
Bicycle shop and general repairinc
work. Specialty in nickle, silvei
and gold plated work.
KING. OPP. ALAPAI ST.
' WING' ON CHONG
Bring your pictures in nnd we'll
design a frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel, Opp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
HENRY HAY & CO., LTD,
Herald Pure Rye and
ThOo. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 1n P O MX
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For Safe "by The
THE BANK OF HAWAII. LTD.
For home entertainment.
BERQSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
Complete outfits for the amateur or professional.
Films, plates and supplies of all kinds guaranteed fresh.
Developing 'and printing a specialty.
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, below Hotel.
These friezes, just received,
arc decorative novelties of
the highest merit, both as to
design nnd coloring, and the .;
effect nroduced is fullv caual. ?
if not superior to fresco work, V
while the cost is a mere frac- J
Lcwers & CookcJ
177 S. King St.
M. At Gunst 6c Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
. Wong Wong,
CONTRACTUS and BUILUEB.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
iffice: Honolulu Painting Co., 21
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., neav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Do Not Let Your
Contract for, electric wiring or fix
tures until you have consulted the
Union Eleotrio Co.,
Levy's for Groceries
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come 'jack.