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EVKNINn IIUM.KTIN, HONOMJMJ.T. II., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21,1910
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WE OFFER AS HOLIDAY
SUGGESTIONS FOR GIFTS
Silver Shaving Sets
' Hawaii County Republican
Committee Passes on Men
' Fnr PnsmnnR.
Haas &; Son's
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The fancy of the Christra s Infer was our thought when buy
ir for the 1010 Holiday tiad That we caught tlicit- fancy we
lelicvc from the dily show'n , o' ratitfaction by our customers.
The Holiday line ia as c mnlctc ns judicious buying would
licrmit. The Toy line is tins r used. A Crc display of Grasi
Linen. When marketing;. crm- en fo our store. Wc will make you
welcome, even though you do not buy.
. WAH YING CHONG CO.,
KING STREE '. EWA FISHMJIKET
lifcn ctcrtFil assistant secretary by n
imunltnmis vote, mill tliat this con
stituted ut liivltiitlun to lit tn to nt
ttnl the meeting, and tlio tempest
ended with Smith still In tlio rlim.
The eunin.lttee then louk up tlio
iiniilleatlrns for vnrlous JoIjk. The
Kioatest lnteut was shown In tho
fight for tlio Kb i r rout supervisor of
Siutli IIIlo illsrlrt. There wero four
nppl'eillons for this Job, namely from
.Inn Vlcrra John Keitlnhn, William
Kelllmil and .lohn M. HcrliiK. VI-
jcrui won out on the third ballot by
(MlKTlal Dull, tin CeitiKiminlmfw.) I ntn of 1 4 lo Kcaloha's 10. ,
t IIII.O. Dei. 20. The Itepublleau rp,, ,, ,,, ,.. ,.,- rnn,i ....
I , ...V.IIMJ ., .r...- .
count) committee held an Interesting petvlsor'a Job was for that of such ti
1 oiiciing ui hic.il leiigtn and witu position In North Komi, where Ka-
Kline iivc.y cp.tudcs iai Wednesday , clomakulc Sr. and Costa wero the np-
' evening, rhu mcvilng hud Ikuii call- pll'nuls. Kaetcmakiile won out by
ed to ciiduiso applications for varl-, 11 (u 10.
ous positions tinder tho county, and Tho fiillowltip had their applica
nt tuvcrnl i uoi s tliu.o vveie contests, lions for road supervisors' Jobs en
tile committee iindei taking to pick dorscd, there being only ouo nppll
out liu .liolie from among the varl- emit from rah district: II. It. Ku.
, ous candidates In uvurj unto whuio kmin, for lliinuikim; ltobort Nalpo,
llieie was more than one application for North Kohala; (. 1'. Knmatiolia,
! lor the same Job. I for South Kona; Kele I'lnao, for Kan;
I Tho meeting began with an at- Archie Kaaua. for South Kohala; and
tempt to (.list Carl Smith, who had Chas. Warren, for Puna. Of these,
at the previous meeting been kulecl. the four llrst named at piercnt nro
led to be assistant secretary, tho fact holding the positions they apply Tor.
that Smith had without doubt, as Thero was no application for tho po
campalgn manager, ilono more for sltlon of road supcrvlior for North
the patty than any other ouo liuiii,' IIIlo.
Iiulne apparently been lost fight of.l There was nls-j an Intetcstlng light
I l.oulu staled that, before tho meet- for the position of Superintendent of
lug proceeded with Us business, ho Water Works and Sewers for IIIlo
wanted tho secretary to read a lot- William Vannatta, the Incumbent,
ter which ho had nutted to bo sent and Otto Hoe vtrc tho applicants,
to thu sccielary of tho Territorial When the vote was taken, Hose wen
central committee In Honolulu ask-. out by a voto of II to 9.
lug several Questions about certain' O. Campbell was endorred for tho
rules of tho p.uty. Lewis expressed position of superintendent of the Wa
i a doubt that wiuo of those, present linen water works, while KoMlpIo was
had a right to seats In tho meeting, endorsed for park-keeper at Mokuela.
.1 oil li Kenloha read tho letter, and Max Coleman and l'au both up
particular emphasis was laid on tho piled for endorsement for their up
ipicstlon as to who had a right to sit plications for the olllro of. deputy
'li committee meetings. sheriff of l'tira. l'au won out by 14
Tho letter had been answered by to S.
Airrcd Cooper of tho Territorial ten- Supervisor Pernandez and Koaloha,
tin) committee, who answered each a school teacher, were applicants for
Miiestlou by reference to the party the position of deputy sheriff of Ila-
rulcs. He said, In reference to tho ninkiia. Fernandez got 21 votes to
question as to whether persons who his opponent's 3.
woro not members and not entitled Nahalo received tho endorsement
to ho'd ptoxlcs, might be pieseut nt for deputy sheriff of North Kona, nnd
the committee meetings, that theio William Lindsay got that for a slm-
was no rule covering the subject, but liar position for South Kohala, thoro
that Roberts' Utiles of Order provided being no contest in either case,
that any deliberative body might ex- Ktan do Sllvu was embused for tho
elude persons who wero not entitled position ntrnitnln of poll-c for
to be there but that It might, on a South Hllo, Yitiother applicant, Eddlo
vote of a majority, allow outsiders to Ka'noku, Volttg left. C. Kilna, Solo-
remain and take part In the mooting, nion Auakelea and Adam Duncan all
except that they must not bo allowed wanlol endorsements of their applt-
to vole. cations for the position of llcutiVinnt
1 owIr said that he saw several per- of the South IIIlo force, and got litem.
sottH who had no business to bo at Ncrnd da Camnra was endorsed for
tho meeting. He was asked to whom mounted onicor, and Kalll Yotaro and
ho referred, and pointed out Carl Kwal J'aji or polrer, nil for South
Smith. Hllo. The tpplfcnt'on of Amqrlno
It was pointed out that Smith had for the position of capt-iln of pollco
fnr North Konn was also endorsed.
There was more of a contest for
cleric 1 positions In tho county of
Ikes. C. 11. I.-, man nnd JJIilllp Vic
tor both sought endorsements for tho
oflico of deputy tro s.itor, Iymnii
winning out by a voto of 13 to 11.'
Hufus l.ymnn nnd Floyd Raton of
Kau wantc 1 to be endorsed for tho
('cp'ity ounty clerksMp. Carl Smith
stated that tho secretary of the tcti
Irnl committee had recommended tho
en Inrsemont of Eaton, who had tvorlt
til hi id ftr ll.o party In Kau, i
Lyman won out by a voto of 17 to 7.
t'olomou lltirkc and William Kul.nl
waa both wanted endorsements as
clerks In tho county clerk's onke, nnd
both were made happy. Moses Ixino
llecn vvn-i endorsed its an applicant
for the position of clerk to tho county
QUAY'S PARROT SOLD. I
An old pat lot which had been in
tho family of tho l.ito Senator Quay,
of Pennsylvania, at his Heaver homo,
has Just been buld hero for n curious
Uefoio Lew la Davidson, of Heaver,
wooed and won MIsk Mao 'liny, n
daughter of tho benator. Iter Bisters
had taught tho bird to tay "(lood by
I.ou," followed by smack sounds like
kissing. Tho bird was a. good tulker.
and as Miss Quay would sing oat
"(lood by, lam," as her lover tvai
leaving nights, tho pat rot would
niltnlc her. '
This was all right, even ir the
neighbors did hear It, for a time, hut
n ear or tnoro after thu nmrringo of
Miss Quay and Mr . Davidson they
separated. After that the inrrol con
stantly harped on "Good by, Lou!
Tho neighbors heard It. of course,
and for n lime tho street In flout of
tho Quay house becamo qitlto a boitle
VHrd, nil because of tho curious per
xons who wished to hear tho parrot.
Finally the bird becamo so hateful to
Mrs. Davidson that t-ho wanted to sell
It. The other members or the family
objected, as the bird had been n fnv
otlto of the senator.
Finally, Mrs. Davidson , prut nib I
and tlio bird was sold last week.
Pittsburg Special to tho New York
Claudlne to Carry Keefe to Kauai.
Making n special trip to Kauai In
, order to convey Commissloncr-doti-
ernl of Immlgiatlon Kcefo to Knttal,
the Inter-Isliuiil stenmer Claudluo will
bo ilUpntched for tho Garden Island at
(eight o'clock this evening. Tho vesi-cl
Is bchediiled to return to Honolulu at
nu catly hour on Friday mottling and
will iccclvo freight and passengers In
tlmo to sail over tho regular run to
Maul and Hawaii polls on Filday
Tlio following is the order of the first five contest
ants up to Thursday evening in our
" Miss Doily from Paris "
The totals can be seen at our store.
Wc arc making a special showing during this week of
"Dorothy Dainty" Ribbon
being nicely boxed, they make a pretty present.
I J !. I J .1 ! -. ..-. Ill II Mil I I III I - ' "
Our assortment of HOLIDAY GIFTS is complete
with a full display of USEFUL ARTICLES.
HAWAIIAN FISHERY. LT1.
King Street Fish Market
1, Vv 2 and 3 Hons 45 H. P,
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO
875 South. Near Kinp; Street
SANTA CLAUS HAS ARRIVED
Music and Singing at 7 P. M.
Dolls, Trains, Automobiles, Drums Wagons,
Velocipedes, Tricyeles, Irit.li Mails
Doll Carriages, Go-Carts, Trumpets,
Air-Guns, Pop-Uuns Animals, Ornaments,
Swords, lilectric.Cars and Rails,
Baa-Sheep, Engines, Hlocks Slates Games
Fortune-Telling Cards Masks,
Hell-Toys Pojsums, Whips Tool Chests,
Tops, Stovcs? Paints, Tea Sets,
Mechanical Toys, H )bb y-Horses, Rocking-
F-Iorses, Shoo-Flies, etc.
Pineapple Silks, all colors,
Linene de France,
Satin - Finish Charmeuse, all
colors, - -22I2C
Cotton Pongee, all colors, - -2212C
Repp, all colors, formerly 30c
now - - - -1712C
VICTORIA LAWNS, INDIA LINNONS, VICTORIA CLOTH,
PRINTS, SHIRTINGS CHAMBRAYS, NUNS-VEILING.
CHALEYS, INDIAN HEAD all colors, FIGURED MULLS,
WOOLLEN DRESS GOODS.ETC.
THEY MUST ,BE SOLD AT ONCE.
BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF READY-MADE DRESSES
for LADIES, GIRLS and CHILDREN.
AUTO COATS and VEILS.
A Complete Stock of
All Styles, Shades and Sizes
Former Price, $ 6.50, now selling for$ 4.00
), 9.00, ,, 6.00
,, 10.00, ,, 6.50
3-5 ' 8.50
1 5oo, ,, 10.00
l7-5 . ' i-oo
Beautiful Serge Suits - - '35 0
These prices will last lor one week only
See window display. Store open evenings
A Vote Given with Every 50c Purchase. Beautiful Dolls and Carriages Given Away
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd
, Alakea St.