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MONBAT, JULY 18th
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,y 'There are still many Golden' Opportunities left don't
will he a feature for t'ac remaining few days.
This has' been one of the mest successful sales we have
.ever, held; .and why 1 Simply because we have the confi
dence bf'HH'd people. They know that they get bargains
just as advertised no deception.
Sachsr Dry Goods Co.
"Jorncy Fort and Bcrclania Streets Opposite Fire Station
A Gas Water Heater with a Brain
Connects with every hot water faucet in the h'oitse.
Y(u do not have to touch the heater at all. '
. Merely turn on the faucet, night or day. and the water
'convey scalding hot; turn oft" the faucet, and gas is extin
guished, making it by far the most economical method
known of heating w?,ter. '
PAHA" DKMONSTRATIONS AT TUB
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Put an Edge On
Your Safety Razor Blades.
The. "King of All" or the
"Resh" Strop will do it.
Sold for 50c. Worth more.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FOItT AND HOTEL STREETS
. :' - For Four' Weeks on
': .! Complete Hat Stock
K, UYEDA -
102fi Nnnann St.
ExquisiteCleanliness in Every Department
A. ABADIE, Proprietor and Manager TELEPHONE 14&1
Precinct Elections Held Last Night
Brought Out Big Crowd Manoa
' Fight Warm and Precinct Bolls
'Republican precinct meetings held
lat evening wero well attended nnil
I nlhoso wlicro llicro worn two tickets
bofifro the voters llio attendance, was
Infgo mill thu volu polled (tio heav
iest. In tlin- Manna product there
worn polled 1C votes out of, lolul
ot 'lflt. Kuhto's oto In tlio precinct
last election was 110. No ono lias es
timated wheru nil (ho cxtnt votes
Willie Cwiwford wns beaten In hid
precinct by Chang I'linn, the olo lin
ing (it to 'Hi.
In Mnno.i iii objection was regis
tered against Uirrln Andrews taking
any part In Judging of tlio election
tin lie was u eanrildnto mid lio Willi
drew. Ilcnienwny, Charlock and King
being In charge. Tint Andrews was
very much In the Unlit mid canio In
for a vigorous scoring nt tho hands
of Judge Cooper. Tho precinct rolls
wero obviously parked by Andrews'
-Tlibito'rlcctod'ln' tho different pre
cincts ,vv'rd: '
First of the fourth.
Offlcers elected, no rontost: K. A.
Dnutliltt. president; A. !'. Clark, first
vlco president; V. K. Kulltmal. see-
o". vice president; !. II Kllliu.v, see
retnry; (Icorgo Makiih'ii.i, iisslstnut
secretary; B. A. Ilcrndt. treasurer;
(leorso Kwiillko, B, J. Doyen and
James (lulld; Judges of election; V.
0. Ashley, Chas. Hooves, Win. Noa
nnd J. II. Kit, cxccutlvo conimlttee.
Second of the Fourth.
James II Iloyd, president; Isaac
Ilnrbottlc, first vlco president; U. J.
Iluchly second vleo preslden; Henry
Vim (ileson. secretary; It. Kolkl, as-
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' BR """ft""'"""".' I"I'MMI 'HIM IM lil M A lH.llMt
KHtant secretary; John Cm- -Idy. trea
surer; K, KeaJolin, Stvplien Umniima
and I'anhao, Judgo of cbctlon; .Ins.
SUrxeheig. S. K. Kiitiialoplll. Ktlluiti
plo, Chan. It. Hoc, Sylvester Klhlkllo,
Third of the Fourth
I)rrln Andrews, president; A. K.
Kablnti, first vlcu president; Jack
KuatiKHi, second vlco president; H.
Iliiffnndenu, secretary; George Malle.
nsslstimt secretnry; W. C. Weedon,
trensurcr; Manuel lleiio Sauza, John
Knllinapcliii and M. C. Hwlfi. Judges;
Jos. C. Knos. 8. !'. Nott, Chas. Kit
palm, J. Vtvlcliavca nnd Knllinapcliii,
Fourth of the Fourth,
J. II. Super, president; S. V. Chit
Itnguurtb. first vleo president: Hiram
J Kolomoku, second vice president; J.
A. Thompson, secretnry ami Mnrslnn
Cnnipbcll, treasurer;' I', l. Weaver,
Clurcnco H. Cooke, Norman WntklnB,
.fneph Itlchards and J. M. I.ltllo. ox-
lecntlve committee; W. II. lluogs, C.
IT. I.lltlejohn and I.. C. Ahlcs. Judges
ot elertlon; J. II. I'lsher. Marston
('unipbell and 9. II. Itoae, trustees.
Fifth of the Fiurth.
Chas. Ilustnce, Jr., president; Ar
thur Coyno, first vlco president; "W.
, K. Knrrntl, second vlco, president; V.
II. Lowrey, secretary; W. I Howard,
' nsslstant sccretcry: Cliai. I'hllllps
treasurer; J. W. Frnnols.'M. Wlcl and
' C. N. Marques, Judges af.elecllon; C.
! T VXfnln W tfntlM . t II 11...
I nion, W. W.ciiarnbeH.V. Jl-i A. C.
! Sixth of the Fourth.
Charles M. Costn, president; J, M.
t tnnlnlin flwt 'vlttn ,ipnu1.1nif" Tf 'M
Wit, wi..., ,....1. ...., ,OI,M,, ,,, ,,
Knnanonno, second vlco president;
John Kuaiiil. secrelao , John Mi ndl-
oln, iHslstaut stcri'tur; Apakl Mann
Uvul. tieasuicr: .Manuel do Mcllo. Jos
eph I'nabno nnd J. M. Koahou, judges
of election; Androw Ilrlght, Oeorgo
Kawal, John Kulllami, Jqlit; Wallace
, nnd Jos. l.uahhyn, cxccutlvo commit
Seventh of the Fourth.
I Chas. Olo, president; Ilqiirj" Klcm
t nC, first vlco president; Thos. Knka
i Ha. secoinl vlco president; 1'. Cockett,
jsecretury; John Illlo, Jr assistant
sccrctiry; J. C. Colion, treasurer; Al
jfrcd Kaill, J. K. Klnlkapu and I'a-
j klu. Judges of election; U K. Kane,
Moses Wire, W. Harhotlle, Chas.
Ilnrtlctt nnd Win. Knlialsakuhl, exc
ElQhth of the Fourth.
James K. Morgan, president; Dan
' Keknlm, first vice president; John 1'
1 Kcknrt, second vlco president; James
T. Carey, secretary; William Lucas,
i treasurer; Major W. II. Ulley. J. B.
Itncha and Han M. Woodward, Judges
of election; It. Davis, Hurry, T, I.ako.
, John K. Kumauoulu, Jos. Woodward
land II. I'errclpi, executive cninmlttco.
Ninth of the Fourth.
( I. Crahbe, president; 8. V. Ke
, lelklnl, first vlcu president; r8. I. Ay
, lett. recoud vice presldonl; Julin Mar
eallluo, secretary; Kd. Wisidward, us
, slstnut secretary; IJdward Kogarty.
treasurer; 8. Decker, M. W. Kiuilu
laau ami A. K. Arnold, Judges of elec
tion; 1'aul Jarrctt, Oeorgo O'Kolll, U.
B. Twomey, Win. t. AVclsli and Hen
ry Bsplnda, exeeutlvo coinnilttoo.
Seventh of the Fifth.
flcorgo K. ltenton. presldont; B.
Douglas, first lco president; A. M.
MnKouvcr, second vlco prt'slilonti It.
Mullor. secretary; Oeorgo I-', ltenton.
Jr., usslstnut secretary; J. D, David
son, treasurer; J. Kcrnnndez, 1. U.
I.alng and W. U Howell, Judges of
olcctlon; M. A. (loiiveln. A. T. Silver,
!'. 0. Orccnflcld, J. T. Shant ami T.
P. O'Dowda, cxccutlvo commlttoo.
Ninth of the Fifth.
; II. K. Alapal, president; J. K. Kc
. kauln, first vlco president; Colonel
, Knox, second vlco president: 8, SJa
bolona, secretary; William Hutclilu
sou, iisstKt.int secretary; J. K. Mnu
'koll. treasurer: H. K. Kapcla, D. K.
I'uhlkea and William Hcutcr, Judges;
B. J. Crawford, J. V. Dins. C. C.
James. M. K. Kaauwal nnd Bddlo Mo
reno. exeeutlvo committee.
Tenth of the Fifth.
David Kanulin, president; Krcd V,
lleckley. vlco president; Abraham 10'
knl. second vlco president; Bd. Hop
kins, secretary: Sonny nay, nfulstnnt
secretary; Howard Adams, treasurer;
Abraham Fernandez, Simon Knwno
and John K Knlmeiia. Judges; Wll
llnm tlruco Hopkins, Oeorgo Mark
bam. William Ilrcdo. J. J. Coombs and
.AVIlllatn K. Isaac, oxccutlro commit'
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Buy one of our $20.00 SUITS and
judge us by the garments. We stake
our reputation on these suits, arid
know full well that your future
patronage depends upon how the
We feel satisfied that we have better
workmanship in these $20.00 suits
than others have in higher -priced
clothing. As to wear, time only can
tell, so to protect you we say that if
the suit disappoints you you can
have your money back.
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Eleventh of the Fifth.
Sinn C. Dwlght, president: John
Kapuno, first vlco president; William
I.aa, second vlca president; I'nl Sllva.
secretary; Noah Kaubanu, assistant
secrclnry; Frank F. Fornandes, trea
surer; Moses Kamckoa, Moses Kau
wo and Frank Knnac, Judges of elec
tion: Sam Knloa. Harry Auld. Bdwnrd
Drew, 8'. M. J'aleliu nnd Sam I'oulo,'
Twelfth of the Fifth.
A. 8. Knlelopu, president: Bnoch
Johnson, first vlco president; Lot C.
Lime, second vlco president; John C.
Crowdcr, secretnry; Henry Kanoa,
nsslstant secretary; Koo, treasurer;
David Ilray, Kalnelwn, L. Kalolohla,
Judges of election; It. Kabalo, eKala,
Illchard Lano, I). Spcckman, Frank
t). Crecdon, exeeutlvo committee.
Thirteenth of the Fifth.
W. L. Smith, presldont: Win. E.
Pnlkull, first vlco president; Win. Ho
11 Thornton, ' second vlco president:
M, C. Amana, secretary; Biigeno Alu,
nsslstant secretary; J. 11. Gait, trea
surer; 8. I'. Correa, O. K. Stlllman
nnd Jns. K. Aliloy, Judges of election;
Hen. 1'. Bullion, John L. Fleming. A.
L. Castle. David K. Hoaplll and A. F.
Judil, exeeutlvo commlttco.
Fourteenth of the Fifth.
Chas. Kuuukon. president; 8. I'.
Malolua, first vlco president; Win. P.
Kupulanl. second vlco president;
Chang Chan, secretary; A. K. Vlerra,
nsslslnnt secretary; Win. I Kwal.
Fong, trensurcr; B. I. Kauul, A. I).
Holster and Jns. Pnlkll, Judges or
election; Win. H. Keave, Chas. Alt,
Jns. K. Kauanul, Oeo. Kaolapa and
John Manaku, cxccutlvo roinnilttee.
I . I 1 - - .
A cablegram was received fronl (be
Coast yesterday to tho effect that
Wrny Taylor, a ono tlmo resident of
theso Islands, died In San Francisco
The news of his death Is somewhat
of n shock to bis' many friends here.
It was known that ho suffered a
stroke of paralysis a short tlmo ago,
but It was not thought that tho cn'l
was so near or that tho result of tho
stroko would bo so severe
Mr. Taylor was ut ono tlmo organ
ist nt St. Andrew's Cathedral as woll
as serving In tho sumo capacity at
other churches In this city nmong
them being Kuumakaplll church
which was burned In tho flro of 1900.
During tho tlmo Mr. Taylor wan In
tho Islands ho held sovcrnl promin
ent positions In tho government olfl
cos, and tilled an editorial cbali- on
ono of tch dally papers of tlio city.
Ho loaves n family of children hore,
tlio girls making their homo nt tho
Priory with Sister Albortlnu, under
whoso chnrgo they havo all been al
most flnco tbolr Infancy. Their mo
ther was ono of tho highest ranking
chlcfesKcs under tho Hawaiian sys
tem, nnd they are all descendants of
tho blghost chiefs of Hawaii, almost
outranking tho Kumehamelias.
Wrny Taylor was about fltly-slx
voars of ago
"The Best Built and Most Reliable
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The "30'' Locomobile Touring Car, Shaft-Drive, 120 inch
Wheel Base. Will turn in 33-foot street without backing.
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bile Magneto, Bronze Engine Bed, Bronze Gear Case, 40
actual h. p.
Like any perfectly designed, per
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the LOCOMOBILE costs more
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more durable, more reliable
cheapest in the end.
The "30" Shaft Drive
The "40" Chain Drive
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 25(1
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
$1 a Year
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