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The Union Express 88.3
Office with Evening Bylleiin
210 King Btroot -- -:- Telephono JG.
We jnnvo safos, pianos aiul furnituro.
Wo hAul freight nnd lumber.
Wo sell bluok nnd white sand.
We meet nil incoming coast, steamers,
wo oheolt baKCUgo on idl outgoing
KnwaiahHO Street, Kevalo.
MILL mU In ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Telephone White 121 : P.O.BoxMa
Qniers Solicited. Prompt Service.
Ohia Wood For Sale.
In re?-' quantity. Applj'to.
W. C. AOHI & C0
10 Wk: King Street.
July SO 1'JOO.
Aslor House Restaurant
Corner King & Alakca Streets. .
steals served at all hours.
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. THE HONOLULU REPtJBEICAIf, fOBSDXSwiOdOKER."lCs l&ft
w iksssssb NT . llti ttTIBIBI DEliH -:- ItCffl.
S y i rTM a. : H. O. HFUili 8l SOJ4, litd.
Co. Candidates M
ffiport BICYCLE DF3X3EST. KING Srr iEXT BULLETIN OFFICE.
SOKE lKCTDESTS THAT SAVE
h;carjKnaltaJ. - i T JtLVMM IT Democratic - Party.'
Progress Block, Fort Street A SIT. For Delegate to Congress. rr
' Croker's Comraats" as Hria Jfet L-
Ctiexpired Terra 54h Cncnw5.
Such That a Paper Uke The David Kasrananakoa. f Just smtid' per St S. Autralu
Woolen Yarn, r populate lia.'
For One Week Only
lui d .!'! Mcsm' nnd thildreus
How Inat hlHok ht
10 cents special.
GB Kin Bro
I-i now open for businePH on
BtToot, botweon Fori and
Ylttiuintds tnde ou every fhiup in
Uk' phunblui; liiuv.
Phone - - -
A iiJLl&l It M&A&auISJUi
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
JL HaFfison f
First class iu every detiiLJ
.N'ew before h any boat la,4&ft
city pinced sooh vlae oa tbelr. -coasters.
Complete lUttortoaeat of Shade
Beery Tfcffeie Silk t
86 oents a yard. .
We cell particular ntWwUoa W ibetO
tltoi, they ere well worth
tbcfed Tft&etac, ttttlkdB variety. , ;,
A ofaoioe election of now dwg!vto
. bleak and whit. We have titter
Id Black Brocaded Silk irt
66 oonts a yard.
Come nd see it. "
150 New Pieces
Fliuwolbttefl in nil the inmost tftAa
to select from. We nreolfering cw
rollout vnlues in this (le'itartmoiiU'
Our 10, 12 1-2 and 16 cents
Klaunetettetj r eHnr.
i i inn iwimw Itti
tnCHU,gBHriiilll.l"'1' .itttt - ---
'Just Opened 5 Cases
Ladies' STuBlin Undenrear. The
newest ideas ir Skirts, Combination
Corset Covers. or prices on these
goods you will 'lid special values.
For Rainy Days
An excellent line f handsome
in eilk fo; Ladies and Gentlemen
suitable r Christmaa gifta
If you are interest -i in Holiday
you will iial thisseaaon at
the Pacitic lit kt Co. the' choicest
selections 'f the most useful'
articles. Our are mbderatei '
our stock very iarRe.
Mouelinc de Sot in all shades.
Veiling and Gloves
New stock opened.
40 dozen Ladles' Silk Vests at
Curtains and Draperies
In this Department we are continually
showing no. tuff; if you are
looking for arorhiug in this line
The largest and in .t complete stock
of Boys Clothing just opened.
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We call attention 3ur Boys Wash
$1.60 a Suit.
For Ali kinds of Work
(LAND A3TO CABINBJ :
QynaiQi sid Mwkiy
(THE UNION ENGINE) t ;
Sole Agents:THE VON" HAALU W(J.T5 CO. LTD.
. 0. Box 441
Ihe CLEVELAND Bicycle Agency is wifh us
uirtv, and will bo at HOME where thre are facilities to
. properly handle that lirst class whel. The stock yill
ii be sola at reaucea rates 10 imiKo room ror sew
W Goods ordered. "
K The STEARNS Bicycle fraru $25.00'tb $75.- f(
Jfy 00 still ou hand. f M
fj Milwaukee i?uuetue Proof Tire -n all sizes nt
mm H010LULD HCSR1 CO., tiiteii.
k? aa7, at39 and 231 King Street.
The Honolulu Tobacss Co., Ltd.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
Has per Australia from NEW YORK the world
renowned brand of Cigars.
lilllori liu sell
This elegant CIGAR can t - purchased for Five Cents Only.
TRY THEM SOKE BETTER
CRAND eLEARANGE SALE
For one month oiOy fen vlt H. cpnamonring . .
t t it
Saturday, beptember 29,
srs?iins In Grass Oloth (various. cc s anaip3rciaafs
'mljroiaered).HcarrPgeeSak fprSStttta er Sidrt,eto,
Ita2 Tb-: Hepubltcan. ;
mean thaC the lcmocratie parr
was coraposl of nothint but traitors, bat
that there were a pood many traitors in
the forefront of the party. This ex
planation cnScient and tbit
incident was allowed, 'to "drop. L
Next Mr. Bryan accused the president.
in an indirect, and sneaking sort of way,
of belns sly on courage. That raised e.
fus for a while, but Mc. Bryan did nst
ktaVe it back and it was allowed vj drop-
Senator Uanna then got into action and
treraarked to a large and appreciative
audiince''tEat Mr. Bryan Ti"as a
cptg. and that if the people did not be
lieve it he could prove it by Senator I
Hoar of Massachusetts. Senator ITanna
said that Senqtor Hoar had ..told him last.
winter that Bryan was a hypocrite. Mr
Bryan got mad about this, but Senator
floar. being- a peaceable sort of a man.
explained in n newspaper interview that
Senator Hanna was mistaken; that he
had neverj called Mr. Bryan a hypocrite,
fcoeaifre' he did 'not think that it wouH
bo hi igoodr taste to vail a man that. But
Mr. Hoar went on-to say Mr. Bryan is a
hypocrite, jfor,alI that and if Mr. Hanna
jwautca ,to ,cail Inm oue that was
'nlilr nil riiHfr. This hmfrtl Mr. ftnnm
ap, and in his nest ispeecli he went further
and cated Mr Bryan an asd, whih
certainly sounds imiolite. Mr. Bryan
had been accusing Mr. Hanna of being
the friend"of trusts, and that is what
made Mr. Hanna mad. So Hanna said
that Bryan is an ass, nnd further, he
said that there is no Mich thinj? as
trust in the United States.
When Mr. Hanna made this last dec
laration that tiiere isn't a fcrust in til
T'nited Stutec. the people laughed, and
Hon. Jim Joaes, the -chairman of the
national democrat! committee lncgk&J
tl!.n any of them, for Mr. Jones,
while h friend of the "plain people" ua
ngainst "orgnniietl cnpitnl," is interested
in a llwle concern known as the cottoa
bale trust, and that's where his money
comes from. Mr.' Hanna knew that Mr.
Jones, it leasj woald not set out to
prove that there are trusts in the United
States, tKjeiiuse Mr. Jones privately
thinks that a. trust, is a mighty good
tiling for the fellows who aro on the Inside,
of which' he is one.
Finally MrHanua switched off from
Bryan and said thatDick Croker of Near
York was a bad man and that he had
bought a place in Bryan's prospective
cabinet. When Croker 6avv that statement
in the newspapers he got rad in th;
face and cussed. Croker can cuss extraordinarily
strong.,- When the smoke
had cleared aviyic was discovered that
Croker had called Hanna, among other
things, "a damned old fool." The other
things that he called ,hwn.cannot bo print
ed in a great religious daily like The
So, yoii w,f;tfh.Se .the. campaign is
dragging along, there Is a bit of excitement.
But it is, oa the whole, a dull
campaign. E. S. L.
LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE. IIONQLTLU
POSTOFFICK FOR THE WEEK
ENDING 8ElvP. 14. 1006:
Gentlemen! 'A TAti
Allison, Theo - nortenso,
Anderson. II E (2)
Andrew, T L
Auld, L II
Barmore. B E -Barry,
Brooks, S N
Bryant, E J G
I Bryant, Geo
Burnett P J
Chaninjr. E N
Meyer, W C5
Moller, J A
MUler. J.P (2)
Mullen, Edw F
Osaier, J L
Bcrgerlein, Otto. ,ivIVirker, Franl l
Boardmn, Y F t.v, tidtnn R
Cook, jioptaguV'p ⁢ DrJI C
Coplandt. Mr Ward. J E
Donahue, Daniel White, Fred
llau;lu:n. EdF!; Willge'rodt, Mr
Hopkins. Jim Younir, Bank
Holt, R W
Achakn. Mrs fsOiIyera. Mrs Gus
Baldwin. Mtw ;, E' Madntyre. Mrs
Boy, Airs Poulson, Mrs A
Bartels, MI,-H.-I Paulson. Mrs
Cockett. Misa LIpe Rice. Miss Mary
Gonradt Mrs T" Rowan. Mrs E
M ,S Richardson. Mia
EllLs Mrs R Richmond.
Fraxier, Mrs L S? M"ws Maria K
Haley, Mr? Fred .
Tsac, Mrs Rose
Jkson, Mrs Tbyo
Johnson. Mrs R S
Keating, Mrs XVm
Lowe. Mrs. T W
Simon,- Mrs Gus
Walker. Mrs W O
Waltac, M E
,Wafc; Him Flo
tedk. Mr E
fStine. Mra. II E Tncker. Mrs
Please ak forUircrtfiJ Letter."
W JOS. M. OAT, Postawiwr.
WAIIIGTO. pt. 2L Up tn HON.D. T- K. TsEMJEIKt. JS.
date this if tbe w?ref pnidiual cam-1 OUL. JOIO 1 rtOLl. Jit.
paita t2aJ cvtr was ma in th Ujiitwi ;
States. For the tost par: it is dull scd
catotn?tln7. Lat there haru lca a few
Tbo Srt; lively tiin that happuevrd
ras when Governor KoosewJt, the re-
puiillcan candidate for Ticfpresident. sail
that th &nocrats vrere a lot of traitors.
That stirred tlinzs up for a few dayt I
uatO Xr. Roosevelt explaimni that kel
0. W. BOTTH
MAJOR J. 3L CAMVRA.
S. WILLI VM hTEVCER. .
JOHN fl. WliiiL
hox. johx bu.h.
HON. SA3IUEL M. UAM0N.
H. J. M0S3MAN.
HON. FRANK BROWN.
HON. SAMUEL K. PTJA.
JESSE H. MAKATNAL
46 MERCHAiNT ST.
PEOPLE'S EXPRESS OFFICE.
sou i- bread and
make yourself and children
sick when you con gut the
very best and most wholesome
bread in the city for
the same. money from the
New England Bakery, Their
delicious cakes, pies, bread,
are mado of the best a No. 1
material and by experienced
white workmen. If you try
our bread once you will certainly
use none othet
New England Bakery
l OSWALD LOTTED, fnanager.
Hotel Street -:- -:- -:- Phone 74
Hawaii limo Sha.
TOE Pioneer J apanose Printing Ottico.
The Publisher of 'HAWAII SHIMPO,"
the only dally Japanese Paper Published
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Y. SOGA, Editor.
Editorial arid Printing Oilice, near
King bridge, KingStreet. P. 0 Box 907
OAHU MMi AND LiD GO.
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From and After January 1, 1000
kq. ft m.
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fluta. p.xa. pn.
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pahlicastvrho fail to receiTe
their gepex rcgalaxly should
notify this oSce by
pfeaerSala 21S". , -'.
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I ISOAtETHJNG GOOD- IN' EVERY DEPARTMENT.! Republican Then. Could Print David (Full Tena 5Tth Congrcai ) PENNANT BICYCLES
A xortJntfnl of Bn&s
tr' and patterns in Ue-
ery latert design.
Ta Ltrgtft &srfcaifcut of Linen
Stasaped Goods to select from.
Our price are Ja?t w low iu? San
W re ribmrttur the very latest
our prices are from
60 to 75 cents.
i Blue Etiamel and Guaranteed. Single
or Double Tub Tire.
E. O. HAIill A SOfl, Md.
BICYCLE DEPAliTMENT, KTKG STn NEXT BULLETIN OFFICE.
Corner Fort and Berc Inula St6n opp. Fire Station.
READ THE BARGAINS BEL.OW.
Artificial Flowers, per bunch $ 20
Feather Tips 25
Ospreys , . . 25
Feather Boas 3 50
Feather Colors 75
Hat Orowns, Hat Ornaaaente,
Hat Bands, Hair Phis, Belt Claspe,
n Sunshades and Umbrellas.
Sale only lasts one week.
ALBERT BLOM, Prop:
ilrBMrHF A "iiiiiiiiiii rim
m m . a K i A . m . fe
v rcircsumg caiMty v-
Tor Sale bg Jill Dealers.
A Hospitable Offering.
2Be Sure that the Beer Yon Brink has the Above Trade Mark
SOLE AGENTS TEliBJTOBy OF HAWA3L
. W, C. PEACOCK & CO., Lml