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The Porter Furniture Go.
; BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN"
Furniture and Upholstery
Divans China Closets
; Extension Tables
Direct from Eastern Factories
Still in the bead
Hnotheir Accommodation for Our Customer
Beginning with this month we will supply
and deliver to our Customers free of charge
Twice a day. with their Groceries. This
will be a good chance to try our famous
BUTTER - - AI3T3 , , GStOQXSKSMI
SALTER &, WAITY
I Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers.
To make room for a large Invoice of vehicles now on the way. For a
limited time wo ;vill oifer our present stock of
PHAETONS, SURREYS, Etc.,
At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Do not lose this opportunity.
See our stock of
DELIVERY WAGONS, DRAYS, Etc.,
& Supply Co.
CARBON A FED F00NTA1N MINKS
NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS REFRESHING
h IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE PERFECT
Great Variety of Flavors Novelties Added Frequently
Our Vichv a SDecial Feature
Natural Fruits Our
Our los Cream "par Excellence'? the Finest
fOUNTHN, COR. FORI S HOTEL 375.
Nnfpd ss the Coolest Corner in Town.
Benson, Smith & Cov., ltd.
BOWER'S MERCHIUITS' PHROk
Office: Room 4, Iodjx Block.
Reliable and Confidential Watchmen furnished on short notice for
Stores Residences, Property, Etc, reference fonuitod.
WHIPS, and ROBES.
. Next to tho lire Statist
f i t
Telephone 708. P. O. Box 364
3tta of 25TJ HP Stirling
3 ste of GREETS fuel Economizers
1 stof GREENES Fuel
Lot of FOWLER STEAM PLOW
Shares and' Extras.
1 set of FOWLER STEA3I
PLOWS (16 HP) complete.
lBURLEY DRILL Outfit complete
with Air Compressor and
40 HP Boiler.
Lot of 4-inch Piping, 15,(M feet.
Water Pipe, 5,000 feet.
Material for Water Pipe-10,000
Fine Lot of California Mules.
All the above, can be had at
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
There has been such a demand
for good Pianos by parties making
a short stay here, or by others
who do not care to buy one,
that we have imported a large
stock of fine instruments, which
we will RENT at reasonable
DR. W. J. GALBRAITH.
Office and Residence:
Corner Beretania and Alakea Sts.
OFFICE HOUSS-9 to 10 a. m., 2 to
4 p. si, and 7 to 8 p. m.
SUNDAYS 9 to 10 a. m., 7 to 8. r. m.
Geo. A. Martin
"Little" by name!!
Great in result!!!
Is the CARBON
PAP.EE that the
Hawaiian News Go.
11 large stock of same
Peeivd by the Australia.
Tor Bale by
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
Read Ta Repabllcaa and
S1LIFEI QIEStlM WILL
MISE IIHN'S IEFE1T
CfTERESTIKG TALK "WT1H THE
BEV. WXLLIAJC MOSBIS
Tfcizks That Had the Silver Plank
Been Omitted at Kansas City
atcKinley Would be
"I think the sentiment
araooc the people of tte United States
will down W. J. Bryan in his fight for
the presidency. I do not think he can
be eleeted, said the Eer. TV. Morris
Kincaid at his home on Nnuaan street
Mr. Kincaid arrired Tuesday night on
the Rio from a trip to the mainland, lasting
ten weeks. He visited in California.
Minnesota, New York, Massachusetts and
Iowa. He. met many of the political leaders
and had fine opportunities of
the drift of the trend of political
opinion in the presidential campaign ia
his interriews with the best thinksrs in
the New Encland'and Middle States.
Continuing. Mr. Kincaid said:
The contrast between the present
presidential campaign and tihat o four
years aro is remarkable. Then there
was enthusiasm everywhere; now apathy
and indifference is the rule. Especially
U tbi5 true among: republicans. Whether
it due to over confidence or is merely
a lack of interest in the result, I d not
This lack of enthusiasm, howevir,
sV from California to New York.
"Bryan is making the most of the situation,
lie is displaying far greater
r n rhU context than President Me-Kinley,
and there seems to be an
spirit among the democrats that is
wanting among the followers of the administration..
Bryan is certainly gaining
ground as the campaign progresses.
I know Mr. Bryan personaly. and in the
present contest I am sure he expects to
win. I saw a letter written by him to
Adlai B. Stevensou, in which Mr. Bryan
states confidently that he can carry the
United States without New York. He
uamos Colorado, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky,
Maryland and Delaware as 'doubtful
states in which he is certain of victory.
'I saw letters from prominent republicans
and democrats which convince me
that tliev all consider the democrats have
more than a fighting chance to win. Tho
working people are ominously silent. Both
in New York and in California I talked
with many railroad laborers and
of different kinds. As a rule they
committed themselves with reluctance.
But when they did talk it was neither on
the money question nor about imperialism.
They talked against trusts "and monopolies.
"The full dinner pail argument maks
poor headway among the laboring classes.
They claim that it costs 2j per cent more
now to fill their dinner pails than it did
four years ago, and that their wages have
not been raised a cent. The thinking
men of both parties- are alone interested
in the issue of expansion. The great majority
are wrestling with the question of
trusts and monopolies.
"I came through Colorado the day
Roosevelt was attacked at Victor. From
talking with Colorado men on the train
and at the stations I had been madeawara
of the ery bitter feeling -toward the republican
vice presidential candidate. This
of course is among the democrats. It has
been caused by Roosevelt's intemperate
utterances on the stump. He has been
very aggressive in his assaults upon silver
and has denounced the democrats rather
indiscriminately as cowardly in their attitude
toward the administration during
and after the Spanish war. Ilence Iwas
not -surprised to hear of the violence ac
Victor. It is a silver stronghold and
feeling is bitter there toward Roosevelt.
"My own opinion is that Bryan will bo
defeated. If the Kansas City platform
had dropped the siler issue the democrats
would have swept the country. I
think Bryan now realizes this. As it
now is there are thousands who will not
abandon their convictions for sound
money. This will save the day for the
During his trip 5ir. Kincaid spok
even Sunday and several times through
the week. He was at San Francisco,
Minneapolis, Chicago, New York and Uti-ca.
Everywhere he found great interest
takc in Hawaiian matters. In many of
his meetings the audience showered him
with questions about Hawaii. The labor
question, the political campaign and the
fitness of the islands for statehood were
the subjects of uppermost interest
through the States. In the east, among
university men, the question of the fitness
of native Hawaiians for the duties of
citizenship was the chief topic of discussion.
"In spite of all that has been written
about Hawaii," said Mr. Kincaid, "I find
the prevailing ideas of the people in the
east greatly warped, distorted and imperfect
concerning island matters. This ignorance
is largely palliated, however, by
the general desire for information."
On Sunday, September 235. Mr. Kincaid
delivered a sermon at Iowa City, la ,
at the opening of the State University.
President George E. MacLean of that
Mr. Kincaid were college
chums "when boys.
Mr. Kinciad's trip east was for the
purpose of taking a vacation and to enter
his daughter, Mis Annie Kincaid, as a
student at Smith College. North Hampton.
Mass. Miss Kincaid was a member
of the XX) class in Oahu College and entered
'as a freshman at Smith College.
The popular 'pastor of the Central
Union Church expressed himself as reryv
very glad to get back to Honolulu. He
suffered Intensely from the heat in the
States and finds the islands cool and
pleasant in comparison.
"Lateat Sugar Quotations.
NEW YORK. Oct. 4. Sugar Raw,
steady fair refining. 4 centrifugal,
'M tesiT 5c; molasses sugar, 4c
Refined, weak: croaked, OJoc;
SlSoc: granulated. 3.75c.
Coffee Spot Itio, steady; No. 7
S 1-4 ; miluV quiet;: Cordova, 9 3-4.
to 14c . '
OF PEKSGEV al umotssT
Honotuin njiarasindery had aa interest-is-:
erecting last, eraaiaj.
Mr. Haaaa. Kinr street. b
Fort sad .Makea. streets.
The Y. M. C. A. eveBin?
class beyiiss Tuesday evesins: sext.
Iter, and 3Irs. Mackintwh hare been
ia Carts and last beard from were
31. F. Prosser. the well known attorney
of Kauai, cam orer oa the James
The attentioa of the ladies is called to
the advertisement oa pare 3 of the Bar-raw
Store. Don't fail to read it.
The annual meeting of the KHohana
Art league will be held Weda4ay.
October 17. at 4 p. tn. in the leagw
Major George Potter, writing froca
Paris under date of September 19. ays
he will remain ia Paris for a couple of
Charles A. Eistoa. teacher of science
in the high school, has been appoint 1
vice principal of the high school- He
will continue his science work.
The Red Men's excursion to and picnic
at Remona Grove, Pearl City, last
night, was a great success. It was
largely attended and greatly enjoyed.
Fso Co- T. Hayashi, manager, ofiicc
on King street, near Ldliha, is prepared
to furnish all kinds of laborer's supplies.
A large number of curb stunts
constantly oa hand.
All members who are interested in th
t. Andrew's Priory Aid society will
please attend special meetings to le
held Saturday, the loth inst., at 10 a. m.,
in St. Andrew's Priory.
Supreme Justice Galbraith will Ieae
on October o0th for a visit of several
weeks in the States. Justice Galbraith
intends to go to his old home in Colum
bus, Ind. for most of his vacation. He
will be accompanied by his family.
The Police Reserve were at drill at the
police station last evening. There was a
squad of twenty who. under the eommaul
of Officer Kauloa, were put through the
manual of arms. The men assemble for
drill Tuesday and Friday evenings.
CHICAGO, Oct. 4. Democratic national
headquarters has given out its
first official forecast of the coming election.
J. G. Johnson of Kansas,
of the national executive committee,
did the figuring and announced this result:
Electoral votes claimed for Bryau,
320; electoral votes for McKinley. 94
electoral votes in doubt, 33. The states
conceded to McKinley are Oregon, Iown,
Pennsylvania. West Virginia and the
New England states. In the doubtful
column is put Michigan, Minnesota and
New Jersey. Everything else is put
down for Bryan.
For sprains, swellings and lameness
there is nothing so good as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. Try it. For sale by
Benson, Smith & Co., general agents,
Territory of Hawaii.
Dr. A. E. Nichols
Office: Alakea Street, with Dr. Anderson.
Hocrs 8:30 to 4.
A F. Eooker.
ALL KINDS OF LIVE STOCK
Office, 327 Sixth St., San Francisco.
If you want a good, safe Driver, Mules,
Dray Horses, Etc., drop a line to above
address, as I make a specialty of shipping
animals to the Islands.
Pleasant to Wkc
Rondy for use
Requires no mixing
bv trvinn; to force them to take
castor oil. You don't like it your-Belf.
"Why force it down the
throats of sensitive children who
struggle against it.
KAST0L is nothing hut
r oil, devoid of its unpleasant
taste. It is as pleasant to take as
honey. Xo one objects to a dose
of Kastol. Physicians prescribe
castor oil knowing well its excellent
medical properties. Kastol
possesses all the medicinal
properties of the oil. It is not
affected in any way, except the
taste. The most particular people
take it. 25 and 50 cent bottles.
Prepared only by
Hobron Drug Co.
Castor OU'wlth the
Cad taste ellmlOAicl
Children take It
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Tiiei, hpairei ui Ptlished
Also Phonographs and Music .Boxes
WM. E. HAFRF
T WALL, NICHOLS CO., Slusicltept
GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF
Stanley . Shirt . Waists
2.000 waists bought at the end
of the season, are now goinir at
n.oo - EACH
Sires 32 to 42; a fortunate
purchase, and our policy o
QULDK RETURNS AND SMALL PROFIT
makes this sale possible.
519 Fort Street.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd
Special attention given to
' : Filling, Etc.,
By day or by contract.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd
Grows larger with each day unless it
is due to the fact of its becoming
better while keeping pace with growth.
The latest styles are surpassing in
make and quality.
Difring this month we offer our large and well selected
Stock at reduced prices. Call and examine it.
Two-Stores, Two Stocks,
P. O. BOX 60S. 9 and 11 Hotel
The assertions made by the Smith Premier
' Typewriter Co. that their Machine secured
the Grand Prix at the Paris Exposition w6
wish to state to the public that such statement
is not based on facts, as the
REMINGTON" STANDARD TYPEWRITER
Has secured the Grand Prix which is the
Highest Award. The Diploma for which
the REMINGTON TYPEWRITER .CO. now
have in their New York Office.
rt. rtfrGKFELD S GO., Ltd.
Sole Dealers, Remington Standard Typewriter
for the Territory of Hawaii. """
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