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WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
On MONDAY, the 19th ,
wc will place on sale
150 Sets of
Dorothy Dainty Ribbons
Each Box containing
I SASH and 2 HAIR BOWS
Regular price, $1.50; Reduced to
75c a box
Also, a Double-Faced Two Colored
pastel shades, 5 1-2 inches wide a
bargain, at 25c yard
Soo Window Display
(Continued from, face 1)
lie In n candidate J T Molr Is bring
very fnvornbl) mentioned
tt Ip not expected Hint Uito will
bo' nny ory great ncrnp nbout the
nomination for ptiporvlsors from
. North nml South Hllo, unless noma
North Hllo candidate Kboiilil bo sup
IKirtcd b I bo defeated faction.! In
Hllo nml Wnfakca, when .11 in 1-cwU
might havo to ilo Homo flRlitliiR How-
lever, Hlg Jim I" pretty mire of win-
, nlng nut, mill Austin la considered n
I There will bo more excitement
nlimit the tinmlnitnln of roproRontn
lives for tbo Homofrom this slito of
llio Isl.nul Moanaull, roproiontlng
CLEAR AWAY FOR
Old Buildings Biiiu; Fairly
Good Prices When Sold
(SpccHI nil II ft I n r'T!Tpnnilpnc)
Ifll.O, Sept 12 -Considerable. In
terest wnH taken liy the general pub
lic In the sale of the building stand
ing on the site for the tVilernl build
ing, comprising about tine-half of the
TO THE COAST
(Continued from Fare 1)
, shire coming to Hawaii this trip. It
. Is expected tint tin delay- will bo oc
' casloned, at the. Coast port through
The Wllhclminn'g crow, who camo
block between llrldge, Wnlnnuenuo 'alioro In violation of the iuprnntlno
nud 1'ltman streets nml the river.
The sale took place Inst Saturday
noon. C It llurkland had been np
pointed nuctlilneer to conduct the
sale, but as lie bad gone to Honolulu
to nttciul the Itepubllrnn contention,
Mr. l.ellarnn (liirney nrtcd for hint.
A total of $1770 25 was secured for
all the buildings Fold, which Is con-
1 sldered a er good prl"c. This
Itnmakun, mid J. 1
lug l'lina, are fairly sure of winning
out, but the Hllo men will havo to
fight. Tboro will thus bo a strenu
ous contest between Vnsco Osorlo, tbo
choice of tho Hllo town precinct; and
Arfonsn, who carried Walnkca. Her
Hard Kolckollo Is figured on as n win
ijcr, but Judgo Ulcknril of ljiupahou
hoo Is still in tho ring to ho consld
Died. That Hewitt of Kan mid Ternandcz
of llmiinkua will be iiouiiniittd for
the Sonnte rociur pretty nearly n fore
gone, conclusion. '
Thorn will bo nil fun It seems,
nbout the nomlmlloiiR for the rout of
Ih.. Pniuitv oinces lNia will bo noni
1 Inntcd for Sheriff, lion for County
Attornej, Knl for Clerk mid Swnln for
I Tlie rlntrrh convention will be held
In the Ilnlll Church, nml will open
at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning Dele
Bute will be present reiiresentlng tho
arloui roiigreg.itlonal churches. Sun
.dj school and Chrlsthn Kmlenwir
FoolotlOH on tills Island, and tho
church rnnwntlon and the iKilltlclnns
will try to arrange their programs so
)ns to a wild Interfering with each oth.
Tbe Homo Uule convention will
open In Tlroium's Hall on Thursday
at 2 p. in Manuel l'acheco and Todd
will bo nominated supervisors from
North and South Hllo, whllo Archlo
Hanal for Clerk, KeoHnul
Iff. nnd l.alakca for Treasurer,
WILL LEAVE HAWAII PROMOTION. COMMITTEE HEADQUARTERS,
3 P. M.
Cliargo pei Passenger, $ I. OO
Talljho Scats 12 Poisons Can Ee Hhcd for $3,00 Per Hour
T-r particulars apply HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., 875 South
Street, near King,
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THE BEER THAT
SUITS THE PEOPLE
FIRST TRAIN TO PAPAIK0U
Hilo Public Turns Out En
Masse and Enjoys
CltrxTlit nullelln Correspondence.)
II1I.O. Sept 12. -The nowil sensa
tion of golftg by train to I'apnlkoii, or,
to bo absoliitoly accurate, to Kapuo
gulch, which Is JiiMt on this side of
I'apnlkou, was rxperlenceii him. nui
urday nfternoon by about II B Hlloltes
and others, who u willed thenisclves of
tlm npportuiilt) b taking tho bpcclul
oxcurslon which tlm rnlliond placed
on the roulo Tor tho purpose of giving
tbo public a chnlico of seeing how tho
work of construction of tho lino win
Tho train stinted nt .1 o'clock It
was i (imposed of sew-ral ordinary and
one of tbo special l'lller Improvised
observation cars, which me(t with
iniich public upprowil A stop wus
iii.i.ld at llonolll, nud tbo trip urross
tlm bridge, tho blgbnst In tho littnnib,
was iiiilto tin experience In llsqlf, llio
loimution of sailing along high iibnvn
the ocean, tht connt) bridge and the
ilwr being u W'ly nowil one
llnle, represent-1 mono will be available for tho bulld-
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iK Ul IHC llt't KllVt-'k nilicii IIIIIHl IIU
constructed through the middle of
tho blolk, from Wnlnnuenuo street
to the river, before the Federal ap
propriation for the building can be
come available It Is amply siilll
clent for Hint purpose, hnd tho last
obstacle in tho way of getting tho
work started has thus been removed.
Tbo building occupied by Dr.
Hn)es was the first to be put up.
It was bought by Trank Vlerrn for
Tho long bulldlhg which houses
the firm of Smith & Lelllond' came
next. John Snares Mndciros bid It
In for $10.1 r,n.
There was some very lively bid
ding on the bouse occupied by Judgo
Terry, as this building Is very sub
stantial and In excellent repair. J.
8, C.uiarlo flmlly secured It for
Much 'lnterct was also shown In
tho sale of the building on the cor-
lier of Wntanucnue nnd Pitman
streets, whlOi has for n couple of
j ears been occupied by Dr. Colvllle.
This Is tho obi Soernnco homestead
nnd Is about thirty 5 ears old. John
ltnltilinr.lt bought It for $371.
The house on 1'ltman street occu
pied by Itev V. II. Fcnton-Smlth
w.-ib bought lij John S. Mndciros for
Tho cottage In which Mr. and Miss
Trowbridge have Ihod for sonio years
was scoured by I.. Ah Hip for $lbG
The house facing the river, occu
pled by An hie Ilapal. sold for
$131 B0, Supervisor N. K. Lyman be
lug tho successful bidder, whllo the
smalt hnuso imikal thereof was
knocked down to A. Ilento for $4B
laws, have been supplanted by others
who Svere shipped Jcstcrdnr. Sho
took n largo shipment of Inland prod
ucts, consisting of bananas, pineap
ples, potatoes, sugar nnd other gen
Tho Hawaiian band, under tho
leadership of Ca pi 11 In llcrger, ilne.
rcverni appropriate selections lit tho
wharf before tho depirturo of tho
OF THE CENSUS.
Iiiislilnglon H 11 rcnu Mill llnkc
WA8HINOTON, 8-i.t. 3. Hence
forth tbo ccnailn. Ilurenii will publish
fori Ilia benefit of tbo press n weekly
statement giving tbo population of
cltjnn art shown by tbo rce nt census,
confining It to places which In 1900
contained rtinro linn 2'flOO pcoplo
Tho first of theso bulletins wns In-Riij-.l
today. Commenting upon tho
figures prfsented, tho bulletin snys:
"All but seven cllles of 100.000 class
made n greater absolute lncrcnro of
population In tho deendo 1000 to mid
than In tho preceding dfendo, ISflfl to
lflOO. The seon oxcoillons coniirlfli'
Uuffnlo, (Iran.) Itnplds, New Haeu,
Patterson, Pittsburg, St Louis nnd
"In the case of 12 cllles tbo pe--ccntago
of Incrcnso as well ns the
absolute Increase was greater between
lflOO nud 1910 than between lspn and
"In tho nggregato tho announced
population of these 2. cities Is 11,012,
100. In 1900 they lind an nggregato
population of 8,27.1.182; In 1890". 0.213.
1183. The percentage of Incionso for
theso cities, taken In the aggregate,
shows very llttlo cbango In tho rate
of glow 111, tho percentage from 1890
to 1900 brlii" 33.2 and from 1900 to
1910 being 3.1 B. Tor tho 24 cltlcn. (
cluslvo of New Yoik, tho corrospon
ding peicentages of increases aro 30 3
nnd 29.8. ,
Tho total number of cities that h id
n iinenlntloll of nioro than 100,000 at
The fence running makal of these' .. .....- nf "mnn wns 38 Tho mini
1kllll.1l una IV n a until tn Tll.lrrn A mlfAIUDf . ... i i 1 .. l ,. .it il.,i
I." " "" " ".h" "1"" w will no coiisiiiorniny i irm-r m ...u
The servants' quartcrR on tho Dr.
Cohlllo lot wcro sold to M. M. Mig
uel for i'20. Judge Andrews secured
the house in tho center of tho block,
omiplcd by Ml. Lopez, for $93, mill
the sjnii) bidder got tho btablc next
to It for $J2.
The waterworks otllre building wns
the last offered. A. M Caliilnlia so
(in cil It for $11.".
(Mliir Hllo II s iif lulinM
Sod.il Afialrs nud Srliinils.
(Ppiclal Ilulletln CVrr siild. no' )
IIII.O, Sept. 12. J. 0. Cuter, the
well-Known contractor of this tit),
tailed l.ibt Hnttlldiiy ill tho. Willie.-
iiilua for Honolulu, wheui'o ho will
uiitliuie on his Jcmn.oy to Ills old
1 In. iilu iinwnrds to Kapue is niilta
a pretty one. thorn being huwiiiI bits ! '" mk-ii for many
of picluuriiliH scenery ulong the
route At Kapuo tlm train sta)eil tor
liciiio ill tbo Coloiries, wblili hu h.u
Mr and Jlia. obel, who havo licen
the giietts of Mr, and Mis. (ieorgo
about half mi hour In order to glvu Itliliurumu foi tliu jiast few montliB,
tbo uxeurslouliitH u ilmnio to bf tlio , u tinned in tho Wllbelmlua on their
jbiidgj builders at woik Whllu they way to their homo on tbo mainland
Iniuo tbeie u be.ny tipilglit column I Tho ougagemeut is nuuouiiced of
' . . ... . , . . .,.!.. ....... .. ...
wan placed, ami tuo sigui oi inn noinaru ivoiokoiio, iiiu wen kiiuuii
' ilo) Orator," who Is a i.indidato for
the HinikP, and Mibs Haiiiiah Wal
hinl, a )ouug lad) of Hllo who U a
teacher nt tho Kulwlkl school, Tho
wedding will take place In tho near
C'lus. Simpson, who about u decado
ngo was a resident of Hllo, leluriied
to this city lUHt week on tlie M.iuua
Kea. lie will (illlclalo as cleric mid
hookktcpor at tho Hllo Hotel.
V. M. .laoiiou, the thief engineer'
of the llonokaa Sugar Co, who lias
There Is Nothing
for our customers. That's wlty
wc use Vclox in oar Finishing
Department. It is the highest
quality highest pitted puper
we can buy.
Wc give the best poss blc fin
ish from every negative.
flhese are good reasons for
having- your developing- nnd
piin.ing done by us.
Photo Supply .Co
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FOR RENT OR LEASE
Lunalilo street, near Pcnsacola, house, six rooms; veranda
room mosquito wired; detached kitchen and dining-room; out
side servants' house; stable end automobile shed; large yard,
with fruit trees. $40 per month.
Lot on lane off Nuuanu s rcct, near Vineyard; suitable for
stable or tenement houses.
ON EASY TERMS
House and lot on cast side of Huuanu street, near Vineyard
House and lot on Nuuanu street, near School street.
Lois on Bctctanii and Yojng streets, near Punnhou street, '.
Rare chance of acquiring land suitable for raising chickens;
2.2 acres nt Kapahulu, Wnikiki, with flowing artesian well.
Farming lands in Knlihi.'
Three acres at Sea View, with grand view from Palolo to
Barber's Point; superb building lot,
House and lot north side of Bcrctania street, near Kcenu
moku street. House has five rtoms. Aica of lot, 20,000 sq. ft.
Propei ty bought and sold in various parts of Honolulu nnd
Mag-o on Brothers
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE, COLLECTIONS
Agents for the THOR MOTORCYCLE, the faitest, most re
liable and most comfortable machine ever built.
Office Room 1 Magoon Building, Merchant and Alakca Streets
P, 0, Box 384 Telephone 2G91
STOP at the HOTEL MANX!
IN- SAN- FRANCISCO '
Tltis magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
the heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the
shops, theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc.
EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath, ?1
and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards; parlor,
bedroom nnd private bath $5 to $10. '
.AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM D0UTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
wolkiiieu who climbed about III mid
air with tbo ugl'll) ol monkeys, work
ing uppaiiMitl) with the same feeling
of luih-ly us It lb.) bill been on lerra
III ma, c.illud lot th i-dtibldcrtihln ud
liilialion lor their bklll The skill of
one of tlm bulldxrii in entitling uii-l
eirlngly h(iiy IkiIIh which were
thrown to him b) Supeilnteiident
Hi mt, was uu Hi ul. illy aduilicd by
Hiiini biiteb.ill outliunhiKtH who were
Tbo liip liiu'l. In Hllo was made In
.jt.itil Ihni). nml mi (lit vvhiiti, Mil, itv.
.....kImi.I.Ib ...,. eUe.l .. X...V Inter. ' u" '" "'" WPluy ' tll.lt
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOr
Young Hotel Building
cHtlng nud lusti in live tilp, for will. Ii
Ilo rail mail liiiiiiageiuellt jlc0W'.i
tit ii for tho n.ist olehtccn e.ns. Ii.iu
I Among tlm well Known Hllo poo.
FILMS AND CAMERAS
"Johnnie, do you iiu.leiHland what
Ih iiiimiiI by n uhl" "w, mum"
Tell us loliiiiilii Tvwi nut nil' tilt'
bain i lull, mum" IliifUlu Knpicbtt
F. E. DAVIS,
" ", 'i "
mn Huns li H Ulrrrli
P'd who letuined III tho Wllhellillna
I. nt week f i (im vacation liipa to Urn
liialululid went II. N lloliueH nud
Manager Nl.oU uf tliu Hllo Mercan
tile C.i. Hot Ii wi'in hi. iimp inli i by
Kllillui) luspeiltu ll.iwiuau wrlli'H
Until San I 'ram Mm Hint hn and Mini-
litter WllKlit of lhi Villi nun Hlnhlc.it
Imtn In mi etijiiylnii u linn limn nil tlm
('Haul Tin1) had Jiul ii'iiiiueil finiul
a ihuiiMinl ml lu iittlii lilp ilniuiKli
I'uliroinla iiimI Nuymli IIiiuiimii
win. in Him limit nf willltiK iIoihh
mmiih lalmiiiltii) vwhIi lit Cm I'ldli-
I In 11
Cliaiis Now at the
UNION BARBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A competent man
has Just arrived fioin the Coast,
M, VIERRA . Proprietor
Th? New Phone Number
will be continued for
Lot No. 145 of t!he Latest Shades
in Men's Suits, reduced to
$400 a Suit
Lot No. 2-50 Men's Suits in
Greens, Grays and Mixtures,
reduced to $5.00 a Suit
Lot No. 3-80 of the Latest: Cut
and Styles in Men's Suits,
reduced to $6.00 a Suit
Lot. No. 4-35 2 and 3 Piece
Men's Suits, reduceH to $7.00, t
Lot. No. 5-33 Finest Mixed
Tweed Men's Suits, reduced
to $9.00 a Suit
Lot. No. 6-35 $18.00 to $20.00
Men's Suits, reduced to $10
Lot. .No. 7-47 Pair of Men's
Mixed Pants, reduced to
$1.25 a Pair
Lot No. 8 Large Assortment of
Mixed Pants, reduced to $1.50
Lot No. 9 Extra Fine Quality
Men's Pan Is, reduced to $2
Lot No. 10-Best Quality Men's
Tweed Pants, reduced to
$2,50 a Pair
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
1 j Yoni'
Till; WM CO,
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