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EVENING DUUiETIN, HONOMJMJf T: H., 'WKDNnSDAY, SKl'T. 21, 1910. .(.i"?1-
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Crisp and Fresh from the Eastern markets, arcnow being
shown in all the departments of our large store.
' Our display of FALL and WINTER MILLINERY shows
some very beautiful elects in
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Dress and Tailored Hats
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Comer Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
, ' For the Children's Sake
INSIST UPON HAVING PURE MILK
THE POND DAIRY'S
, MILK IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. SANITARY SURROUND-
INQS AND 'HEALTHY CATTLE.
THE QUART, 12i2 CENTS
Supervisors Held Up By
.Bridegroom for Half
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
tho heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the
shops, theaters, railroad ticket offices, eto.
EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath, ,
$1.30 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards; '
parlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10. I1 '
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL OF ANY- AT ANY PRICE.
, - Honolulu Hepresentative: WILLIAM DOUTHITTj
-t ' 'ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDINQ
For School Use
Our Stock ot
Is very largo ami contains
every grade of Kxcrclso or
Composition Hooks used In
tbe Schools of the Islands.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
-, SCHOOL BOOKS; SCHOOL SUP-
. W. PLlES,w.We have rin im-
'j mense stock of School Books,
Tablets, Pencils, and every.
thing a pupil -will require to start
school' again, ' '
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Office Supply Co.,
QLOBE-WERNICKE FILINfJ CABI
NETS and BOOKCASES.,
GENERAL-' OFFICE STATIONERY.
0 31 FORT STREET
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg,
Pencils, Paper and All School
A. B. ARLEIOII & CO,
Hotel, Near Fort
' MHUfTU.tO ST
W.P- FULLER fit. CO.
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Lowers & Cooko,
177 SOUTH KING
. M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 1179 Night CaU 1014
Aflcr II mil I v uoltlnc together last
Wcnlng tho Hoard or Suirerv'lsbrs
ttrnnsnclcd nil' llio business brought'
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uciorc ii in jusi iwimy-in inunmm
and adjourned until S;ptcinLer 23 at
It van u Btronuoiis s,trugglu to havo
a mooting us Hill Aylctt was not to bo
found and Supervisor McClclluii Viib
on tho ove of his wedding day und
wuh nlso absent
Tlio Hoard minority members sat
around Tor halt an hour, then decid
ed that they could no nothing and
postponed tho meeting until today ut
3 o'clock. Just as this hud been do
cldcd upon nnd everybody was leav
ing McCtcllan showed up and then tho
former action was expunged from the
record of tho Hoard und the meeting
wont merrily on.
Little but routine business wns tak
en up, several- reports were read and
C. A. l'cacock nsRcd permission to
Install an overhanging electric Un
ut the corner of tho Criterion saloon
and this was tef erred to tho road com
mittee. Ocorgo Sherman wnnled tho
stono crushor to mako some rock for
him lo ti8o on a prUuto road and tliU
matter was referred to the sumo com
Wado Wnrrcn Thayer, representing
Alowa Heights Improvement Club,
wrote to tho board rcgnrdlng the con
dition of Alewa Itoad, which ho said
wus being washed out by the hov
ruins as tho ditches wcro grass grown
and could nut tako away tho storm
water. Jim Qnlnn said that no dam
age had been dntio yet hut that today
u Rang would start In to clear 'the
guttors ot grass.
(Ictierul I'M ward Davis In a com
munication to tho Hoard stated that
a light was needed Wnlklkl where tho
Irwin proKirty Joins Campbell Kntntc
uh it Is so dark that peoplo living In
that neighborhood now nro obliged to
nso lanterns to get to their neighbors
except on moonlight nights. The mnt
tcr "was referred to the electric light
Superljtcndcnt of Public Works
Campbell communicated to tho Hoard'
that Kuwcll.ltsh ponds at lwllel were
to bo tilled as u contract had already
ben let, and this would do away with
the most Insanitary pluco In that Sec
tion'. A road was needed over 'the
property which ho hoped tho Hoard
Hlds for supplying 8,000 pounds, of
No. 0 wire wcro opened and tho con
tract awarded ' to tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company, whoso bid
of 116.8.5 per hundred pounds wus
four dollars lower tlian that of tho
This completed tho regular business
of tho Hoard and then Flro Chief
Thurston addressed tho august body
asking for somo new hose. Hlds
which hud been received showed that
Honolulu Iron Works wcro tho low
est bidders for first cluss hoso und It
wus ordered that tho contract should
go to them.
men just as everything was pan
Qnlnn got up to Hell tho Hoard of the
lino work which had been done by tho
storm sowers which had been In
Dialled byftlie, present board. Ho Bald
that all had takon euro of tho heavy
rain which fell on Sunday afternoon
and that nowhere, was thero any over
flow "except for a few minutes during
tho heaviest of tho downpour.
rr A Si
Hard.doughbarcbad enough, to
be sure. But it's often the lit
tle, hacking, tickling, persistent
cough that means the most,
especially when there' is a his
tory of weak lungs in the family.
What should be done? Ask your
doctor. He knows. Ask him
about the formula on the label
of every bottle of Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral. Atk him If this med
icine has his full approval for
throat and lung troubles. Then
do as he says.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
fntmi h Or. I. C. A j.r b C... ImH Kt U. S. A.
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
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put up for tho Hoard from i'unu nnd
Tho most Interesting contest will
probably center on tho nomination
for County Attorney, which will full
to cither Hurry Irwin or W. II. Hcen,
Hath have strong hacking, nnd tho
fight should bo u very interesting one.
Kwallko will bo nominated for Coun
ty Clerk, Mngulro for Auditor, "Ocorgo
Klchardson for Treasurer, whllo the
ofllco of Sheriff will bo left blank.
Tho Democrats feel particularly
happy over tholr selection of candi
dates for the Senate, for tho men who
will probably run for tho upper house
uro U. K. Mctzgcr of Hllo and I'rank
Woods of Kohula. Tho party distinct
ly feels, tho lis of Palmer Woods,
who would be f tiro of -election it ho
couiu uo inuucoji to run, uui mo lead
ers liopo that his brother will bu able
to follow In' his steps.
Tho nflijluiillon for" tho Itouso from
Hllo district will bo tho canto of an
other contest In tho convention. Jim
Kcpob, J. A. M. Osorlo and William
Campbell, ftro the prospective candi
dates. I'unu. will bo represented In
(ho IIouso by Kcalawaa. Kunlho,
who slnco his spectacular exit from
tho Homo Hulo party, lias lit In tho
Democratic camp on a so-called fu
sion proposition, will run for the
IIouso from Kohala. M.- do Mnllo and
J. K. Aipta will probably bo tho can
didates from Konn, nnd J. N. Kumoku
will without m'uch doubt bb chosen to
rcproscnt Kati. There will bo no can
dldato from Ilunmkim.-
. Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALOAR0BA BEAN MILLS
OPEN FLUMB1NU TIOHT JOINTS
The Pioneer Plumber
183 ALAKEA ST, Telephone 1031
(Continued from Fare 1-.)
not all that tho minds of the opt!
mitts pictured, and those now here
mo not anxious to jump another
2000 miles with no security of fund
ing n Job when they roach tho shores
There wcro a number of prominent
Ilonotulaus und thoso from other
Islands among tho departing omfe
this morning, J. Jorgenbon, accom
panied by his wifo und child, being
among thoso leaving.
Frank Thompson Balled for San
Francisco on the Sierra and will ro.
turn on tho next trip ot tho steamer.
Miss Slaiicl Kockwcll, who cume
to Honolulu with tho Casino Musi
cal Comcily Company, und who has
been singing in plcturo theaters
since that organization returned to
tho Coast, wits an outgoing piiBson
ger on the Slerru, utcompanlod by
hor friend, Miss Gladys Clifton.
J, D. Tucker ot the land office
wont to tho Coast by the Sierra and
will thero attend the meeting of tho
grand lodgo of Masons.
Dr. St. D. (1. Wallors and family
iiImj left on tho Btoumer fur Bun
Frunclsco, und Kltler 8. K. Woolvy
of thu Mormon church was a depart
lug passenger on tho Klcrra.
PEACE IS MADE
(Continued from Pairr 1)
by fcccurlng options, of the other
Bhnrcu needed. There nro two linn
drcd shares altogether, und yester
day It wns reported that tho Ionian
lull had ninety shurcs In Its control,
and possibly more.
That cotitro) of ,Ku lloku by Its
former victims will mean that Dcslul
will retire or ho retired from tho
scene ns the editor, may bo tukcu us
a foregone conclusion.
Desha stutcd yesterday that In
such an event ho will want to be
considered as rolcahcd from u prom
Iro ho luiido recently, tn tho effect
that ho would .support tho candi
dates nomiuutcd by tho Republican
convention, or course, this means
more particularly Iowls and Lyman.
Desha says that- the uctlon of tho
hul shows that It has not dropped
tho light, but wishes to curry It on
to tho bitter end.
"fit such case 1 consider It u chul
Icngo to me, and I um willing to
accept It," suld Desha. "As u mnt
ter ot fart, I havo u number of
friends who have ussured mo that If
I am ousted from Ka lloku, they will
buck mo In tho starting of a new
Dushu added that tho majority of
the subscribers of Kit lloku took tho
paper on iiicouut ot him, und that
If he started u new sheet they would
leavo tho lloku nnd follow him.
II u 1 1 c i I n IMIInrliil Itoiiiu I'liuiii'
2185. II ii 1 1 1 1 1 n lliiklni limn-
Israel Hrandt, an engineer on tho
I'pnnsylvunlu railroad, saved his
trulnloud of sleeping passengers as
ho was entering Pittsburg, when ho
stuck to his aMt und closed thu throt
tle ufter u cap In u stoutu plpu hud
blown off. Ho suffered bums.
I'lnim nro under way for n great
display of Spanish ml In many of tho
largo cities of tho United Slates.
TVTOW, if you knew that you-
could come to bur shop
and obtain a suit made
in the most recentNew York
style, wouldn't you buy it, in
preference to any other ?
You can. It is simply a
matter of coming. They have
all the cleverness that the best c
designers can put into them,
and all the splendi'd, high-class
tailoring that the best work-
men can give; -.-.
SEVEN JERSEYITES ARE SEEKING UNITED STATES SENATORIAL TOGA.
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I ,, 'I !il1,,,'!LjSi)jHBRVfe H . - sfl' GjcuNeoiHST
TIIKNTO.V, N, J., Aug. I!t- At least four llcpubllcun besides himself uro cocking the place of Senator Job
Kuan In thu United Stales Minute ut the liuudii of tho next New Jersey legislature, mid two, Democrats tiavi
tiled petitions to hno thulr iiiiiuum placed on thu primary ballots. Three f tho Hepublleuti mtptrmt'ts havo lllej
petitions, Tliey mo former (luwrniir Kruiiktln Murphy, former llovornor l-Mward (!. Stokes and t'ongresJ
limn Charles N, Fowler. Sctiulor Keuti, who wants to be riwlectcd, did nut lllo n petUInu, as lie derided' tj
leave his fain In thu liiiuds of llio lenWlaturo ilhert. Tho sauie slnlid wns taken by David llnlrd ot Ciinuln
who also wants llio mhI. The Uoinoemlle camlldalos for tho toga iiro.rraiikJU.McIiciliilt hf .SowaHi mid J mile.
K. Mai lino.
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