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r.VKNINO ilW.t.fiTIN, ItONOMIl.tJ. T It WMWdWAV, MIT I. 1 91.
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Our ihowing of TrimmInR ntul Dte Atceiuriei for
the Fall embody tome vetjr itrlkltiR and beautiful cfTccti In
AFFUQUE EDGE AND OALOOh Beaded bnnding.
with metal embroider oif net.
BAND THIMMINQ3 In wcven nnd Iridescent Persian
GOLD AND SILVER BEADS Embroldctcd on net.
BAND TRIMMINGS In Colored Lacet, Floss and Gold
Thread. , .
HANDSOME BLACK NET BANDINO With Floss and
COLD AND' SILVER SPANOLED NETS Plain Nets, in
White and Colors; All&vcr Laces, with bands to match;
and a large stock cf Braids, Buttons, Edgings, etc.
Comer Fort and Bcrctanla
IF YOUR MILK COMES FROM
THE POND DAIRY
IT. IS PURE
12Vio THE QUART PURE
STOP at the HOTEL, MAJN'X
IN SAN FRANCISCO
This 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 Bedjroom, with detached bath,
$1.50 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards;
(arlor, bedroom and -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 DOUTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
JustJ a pad of fine linen
. bond writing paper attached
to a wide'shallow box of en
velopes. The box serves as a
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Union, Crnno & Pike's One sin
tlnnery for correspondence,
Tho rlfilit place to buy your Sta
tlonory niul lllank Hooks.
WALL, NICHOLS JC0., LTD.
Office Supply Co.,
t Dealers In
OLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI
NETS and BQ0KCASES,
QENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
Books! Bo'oks! Books!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Youne Bids.
The Safety, Self-fllling Vacuum
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO.
Streets Opposite Fire Station
KvorythliiR In tho lino of
Terra Cottn waro used In
ground work nnd building wo
rarry In slock.
Lewers & f ooRe,
. 177 South King Street
M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Will do II
THE RENEAR CO.
ALOAKOBA BEAN MILLS
THE BEST PLUMBING v
Is Done by
The Pioneer Plumber
183 Mciclmnt Street Phone 1031
(Continued from Tane 1)
lllnko. Koltiii; J. II. Kntuaknl, Knwitl
linn . Daniel I. Kllann, J. K UitH
llnnalel. I'. MhIiii, Mime.
,lliil(,'en of I'IccIIqii-H. V. Wllcos,
l.llme: .1. II. npiiiilnl, Wnlmea; John
, Tollers II, WollPts, llnnnnmiilu;
Ifeniy T BIifMuii, l.lliue.
Hawaiian Intel iro(er.l. M. Kan-"-nhun,
Hliorlly after twelve the commlttoer.
returned lo tho Unit wild their re
port, which were Had. Tlio rejiort
of tho Committee on Credential wn
nppiiiod tnil adopted, nn wan nUo Un
report of tho Committee nn Union.
Tlio rpimrt of (lie- I'lutform Commit-
loo win then mail. In KiikIIkIi nml
Hawaiian, hut licforo any ncllem wni
tnken on It tho Convention ndloiirn-
Pit for lunch. A Ktimutnoim limn vin
enjoyed under the Breat bnnynn treo
In Iho )nn1 or Hon. V. H, Itlco, whoxu
liospllnlilo homo wnn opened for the
comfort of the UclCBatos.
At 1:30 it. m. I ho Convention nnpii-
ed nRaln In tho Hall, nnd conHldern
tlnn of the Plnlfonn Coinmlttoo'it re
lmrt was taken up nRaln. .
Mr. Ilrodlo moved to adopt tho re
port, Ft'coiulud hy K. W. Kinney.
Mr. AKIna moved that the iirov Is on
In tha I'lntforni relating to nicdlcn'
Iiixpectlon or tho schools ho dropped
out, Mr. Jlrndle spenks In favor of
tho section. After tho motion win
seconded, by Mr: Crow oil, a vote was
taken, and tho motion lost by a vote
of 13 to 11.
The Platform wan then unanimous
ly adopted, an read,
Nominations thou boInK In 'order
the position of Senator win thn (lrnt
to bo considered. The namo of Hon
K. A. knudsen. nt Present ono of tin
two senators from Kntial nrnvn.1 In
lio tho onlv ono brniicht tieforn thn
coiiu-ntlon, ,niul a b.il)ot wiib cast for
Mr knudsen) by tho Secretary.
A motion w'au hero mndn bv Dele.
cntn Itrodto befnrn rontltiiiliit? wllh
tho nominations, that earb candidate
no assessed SL'.ftu. to p-iy tlio expenses
of the Convention. Seconded and
A motlcn was made and passed
that each of tho candidates idedire
himself to support tho I'lntform. Sen
ntor Knudsen was tho first to glvo
Nominations for Itoprescntatlvos
were then declared In order, nnd tho
following names proposed nnd see
M. It. Jnrdin nominated by K. V
C. A. Rico nominated by W. J. 8hel
Wl J, Sheldon nomlnntcd by S. W,
J. K. Kula nominated by V. D. Mc-
Oeorso H. lluddy nominated by J
P. Alohlkea. V
J. H. Conoy nomlnntcd by V. II
ino namo or M. u. Jnrdin was
withdrawn by Mr. Kinney. Nomina
tlons then closed.
Hon. V. J. Sheldon risen In ,1nv
that he had niaito certain remarks
that wero attributed to him, of a nn
turo deroRatory to tho votcrH of Kau
al, and remarkod that his enemies
weio resiionslb b ror tho fnlsn nrrn.n
Hon. Ho pledRea lilmsclf to supiMirt
Honornbleg C,A. Illco, O. H. lluddy
and J. II. Coney, all nrcsent Inenm.
bents ()r tho Bnmo offlco, pledRo them
selves to support tho l'lntrorm nnd
party, sir. James K. Kula does the
DnllotliiR ror ronresentntlvns la ili..
proceeded with, tho followlnR boliiR
ino unni results:
C. A. Ulco, Blj .1. II. Conoy, 01;
O, H. lluddy, 45; W. J. Sheldon, 41
J. K. Kuln'. 3(i.
On motion or Mr. Kuln, niter tho
completion of tho ballolliiR, tho choice
for tho four elected candidates was
iniiilo unanlnious. ,
Nominations for tho County offices
wero then proceeded with, tho sher
iffship belnR tho first to receive atten
tion. Thoro was no competition for
any of tho offices, thoro boliiR only
ono nominee, ror oach, tho prcsont
Incumbent in each caso except that
or Auditor, tho holder or that otrico
beliiR O. K. II. (taker, who Is retlrliiK
Iroiu oniclal activity becauso or III
henllli. The rollowlnR wero the names or
tho nominees, the secretary belnR In
structed to cast a ballot In oach caso:
Sheriff W. II. IHco, Jr., nomlnnt
cd by William Werner or llnnnlel,
TieaBitror A. II. Itlce. nominated
by II. Woltcrs.
Auditor C, Masor, nominated by
Hon. .1, II. Coney.
County Clork J, M, Kaneakun. no
minuted by J. V. Alohlkea.
County Attorney S. K. Knoo. Esn..
noiiiluuled by. Hon. C. A. Itlce.
ino (leiCRnles rioin each of tho ftvg
districts then met tocetber In differ-
cut parts of tho Hall, to nominate
candidates for tho five supervisors'
tuitions, nnd tho followiiR weio tho
nanus decided upon for each district:
Wnlmea. V. (lay: Koloa. W. n. Me-
llryde; I.lbrfe. II. II. Wlsharil; Kawnl-
ban, .1. IlodriRues; Hnunlnl, .1. K, Uitn
This list llulshlni: tho Coiintv illlri
to he filled, tho next business on the
pioRrnm was the trpiiolntincnt of n
County Kxccollvd Comiultlee, which
the Cliulrmnu nunnunced as fulliiws:
A Tonic Free from
Arc you pale, weak, easily tired,
and do you lack nerve power?
Ask your doctor if Aycr's Sar
saparilla would not be good for
you. JIc knows, and will ad
vise you wisely. Not a drop of
alcohol In this medicine. It
puts red corpuscles into the
blood, gives steady, even power
to the nerves ; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
Take only those medicines the
best doctors endorse. Ask your
r l, Br. I. C. A.f U, I...H Mm., U. S. A.
-I. Aklna, Nllhau (1 llnnsen, Ko
kaba; J. K. Knpunliil Wnlmea: II. 1).
Ilaldwln, Mnkawell K W. Kinney
Wnhlawn; (I. V. Wllcix. Koloa; W. II.
Illce. l.lhue. It. V Himlillnir Kenll.i-
J. i). lluddy Kllauea. Win. Werner.
V .11. KIc'VriiR appolnt'il Chair
man: Win. Werner. Secretary: nml fl.
P. Wilcox, Treasurer. Judge Werner
belnR tho member trom Kauai on tho
Territorial Cnntinl Committee.
Hon, C. A, lllro was nppolnned by
the Kxccutlvo Commltieo ns CnmpnlRii
MnnaKcr for the omliiR e.-impalRU.
A vote of thanks wai then tender
od Hon. W. if. Itlce ror the rtne limit
Blven In bis spacious grounds, and the
mcctlnR ndjoorncd nt 4 30 p. in.
(Continued from Pwre 1)
of scntons, brliiRliiR frosts nnd cold
weather, inn I urea the beet, but, lncl
Iiir frost, Hawaii has to turn to
something else, Mr. Paulson believes
that dry weather will mature the
beet ulideF rcftafn rondltlona, nnd
he has started Ills experiments with
nvlcw lo RettlnR tlirbeots matured
in the, dry season. - ,i
I.anal'H water supply Is routing In
for n fiooil deal bt attention from the
.developing company. An effort Is to
be,mndo to tnp underground streams
that now are sending; their waters to
tho ocean. However, little Is expect
ed from Irrigation. Tho rainfall on
the Inland Is heavy, and It Is to this
source that the management looks for
A .steady Increase will bo mndo In
the' sheep, cattlo nnd horses now
herded on tho Island, nnd tho Im
provement In thn breeding of horses
will he brought about by the nddltlcm
of flno-blooded brood mares from tho
Tho company Is busy working out
Kb homesteadliiR proposition, which
Includes the offer of thirty ncrea of
land to fumlllcs wIbIiIiir to scttlo
is the highest quality ol paper we
can secure and it is used exclusively
in our finishing department.
Aren't Your Nega
tives Worthy of
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT- BELOW HOTEL
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Young Hotel Building
FILMS AND CAMERAS
DR. CRIPPEN AMD MISS LE
I.ONIJO.S, Sept C. During tho
pioct'CilliiKU In the cimi) of Or Haw
ley Clitppon, rhamed with the mur-'
der of bis wire. Hello 1'lmciro, and
Colonel Tells Country Fair
Folks Ho Is Not A'npcnl
MVHTIJIt H.i'. N. "V., Sept. 1."!.
Theoduio Itoojovell wild toihiy that
lie Ik ikii talking revolulliiu In do-
I'lariui; IiIh new pulltl ill rroed.
Neither U ho uiakliiK '" appeal to
fm!WKmMQlmMMA' pkisaNt'R's dock akmSsL. &? A
KfWHWffl'N''B7fJ iM, ' w H I
iron OOcKglr i
THE MAN who once buys
CLOTHES may be relied upon as
a steadfast customer, and the
man's intimates are converted.
Men who possess the desire to
wear clothes of fashion, but who
have fought that desire for "price
sake" can obtain style and tailor
ing by wearing BENJAMIN
BENJAMIN CLOTHES are
not high-priced, but they are high
grade in design and quality.
L- H' BBsssF M .h Hh
NEVE FACE GREAT THRONG
Ml , hihcl Cluio l-o Netc. held ns
ni, aece,-orv tl,t Jntc.est of the resl-
!e...B of hat so'tlon of the" city lu
tho VlclllltV Of rinw Lll-nxl lnll, !,..
. . .. . o
ucn intense (Ireat crvdM.ccupled
GVcrv hull n( iiain null II,.. .........
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BMip pit-T Twimi ino coupui wero taint,
moh rule. In a stliluh defeiiR.. of hU
dottrlne of "pew mitlonallnm." ho
. fll'-flm Jul Ifml lilt U-ilu til am It. iirnlmr
"V ., ." "-." "- .
tho iipplhittlnii of old mommies lo
time, ho leplled rlth plrlt to thoo
who have hreu olinoiiluir him and hot-
ly deiioun. ml muHim which, ho
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Colonel llominVHlt'H nildiera wiii de-
llNered at the Billfolk (Joimty I'alr,
lit iveiiiea.i.-i...i, lie roue uDout
"" "'" " '"' niiiuiiiuuiin in mm
FROM PRISONERS' DOCK.
THRONG IN LINE, AT SOW
i Kter nfiGisTRfircs.coufti
ll'h" Iiy Amnl.-nn Vr. AttoAf Itga
ed, hut tno tlironps wero much isrcat.
cr when tho ea. Was eall.ii In umrt.
Mis. l.o Novo was U1 to screen her
r , ., . - ... r I ' '
ihw iiiiiu mv Kaie oi iae curious liv
H veil, hut I)r. Crl,Wn . h sLu.j
...1.1.,.. ., . ' '. . " piu"
wiuiiii me iron hock for prlsoiiiira
wna no n forliiuale. i-
f,om niveifvead, nnil'niuka to a rr
rrmv, ,, the fair irmi'ildi . :
mi. .. ... '. .
inn loionoi postIon of "newl
nationalism" eijna.nt tho eoL f Wi
dhhoneU rorpoulloiii.-s- VllKoiieitJ
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Mail ,, rur,.IU,e tu tho Nr1
(Yoil. State palltlralFltiiutlon.
ui85 i-illtorl.il roouu - iiK
l,iinw oilier, --w Iln ul
phiiuc IiuiiiIjIT.i Of (lie llullcttu.
..Afc. fL'- . , ";dUJ