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TUB HAWAIIAX 1TAK, SATURDA T, OCT MR M, ItH.
floet & Chandon
By Tho Man About Town.
Heat and Light
The householder who uses gns for fuel may add to his
savings by using gas to illuminate the dwelling. The
difference between the old gas and the new is the same
as candle to lamplight.
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BRANCH UUSTACE PECK CO., LTD.
63 Queen Street
Having baggage contracts with the following SteamsfclD Co.'i Lines:
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co.
Pt-lfic Mail Steamship Co.
Toyo Klsen Kalsha Steamship Co.
Wo chock your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving you th troubu
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HARMONY LODGE NO 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening, at 7:30,
In Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort street. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. C. O. HOTTEL, N. G.
B. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
HONOLULU AERIE 140,
F. 0. E.
Meets on 2nd. and 4th. "Wednesday
evenings of each month at 7:30 o'clock
in K. of P. Hall, King street. Visiting
Eagles aro Invited to attend.
SAM'L McKEAGUE,, W. P.,
H. T. MOORE, Secty.
B. V. 0. E.
Honolulu L Ige No. 616, B. P. O. E.,
77111 meet in their hall, on Miller and
Beretanla streets, every Friday even
ing. By order of the E. R.
HARRY E. MURRAY, E. R.
HARK H. SIMPSON, Secy.
Well, now, there's the
You know you'll need Ice, you know
it U a necessity in hot weather. W
believe you are anxious to get that ice
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THE Bill KE 13 ELE6TR16 GO.
Telephone 3151 Blue. Postofflce Box 600
Best Meal m Town
Hotel Street, near Nm'.. nu.
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OPEN ALL. NIGHT.
Telephone, Main 469.
is the price of lumber In the near
City Mill Co., Ltd.
Corner King and Kekaullke Streets.
Take the Wrinkles Out
through tho agency of
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Co
ALL. WORK GUARANTEED.
'Alakea St., near King. Phone Main 147
Y. WO SING CO.
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Contractor and Builder -
No. 762 Sheridan Street, near King.
Honolulu, H. I.
Telephone White 601.
Of Every' Description.
188 Beretanla Street. Honolulu.
For Rent. Lease or Sale,
Ten to seventeen acres land with
house, barn and water, directly on car
lino; splendid 1 cation for dairy farm.
Apply P. O. Box 184.
W. R. PATTERSON & CO.
General Contracting and Jobbing.
Housepalntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, tho
rtgn painter, corner Hotel and Union
treets. Phone Main 3S1.
The undersigned give notice that
they have this day bought out all tho
Interests of Mr. Lee Chew, heretofore
known as L. Chong, In tho Arm of L.
Chong, Pahala, Kau, Hawaii, the said
Mr. Lee Chew retires from said firm
Honolulu, October 15th, 1906.
NEW OAHU CARRIAGE M'F'G. CO.
Any description of carriage or car
riage materials sold at the lowest mar
ket price. Horse shoeing and wood
working a specialty. Come to us for
tho best work. No. 1179 River Street
between Beretanla and Pauahl.
said the soap to the
dirt and the dirt
skidood. But it was
. our kind of soap.
HONOLULU SOAP iffi
F. L. WALDRON, Agent.
I hereby announce myself as an
Independent candidate for re-election
to the office of Supervisor, to represent
the Districts of Koolauloa and Koolau
poko in the County Board of Super
visors, and respectfully solicit tho sup
port of tho voters In the said districts.
J. K. PAELE.
CLOTHES CLEANED AND
PRESSED BY THE
Honolulu Renovating Co.
T. FUJI, MANAGER.
All Telephone Messages Promptly
Attended To. Wo Call For and Deliver.
Telephono Main 378.
Richard Street near Queen.
Makes New, Rich
Stomach ana Liver
GOOD FOR THE
At All Druggists
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
I e that Mr. Ah Fat was a spaakar observation at the reception on Iraaril
at a Democratic rally last night, and the Japanese t ruin lute ship Ansgawa,
made an argument In which he rousted the other day. A party which Included
the police machine. How It must make both Americans and Japanese, some of
our former Callfornlans rub their oyos the later being ship's otllcers and some
to read In their paper of the political of them local Japanese, were having re
argument of Mr. Ah Pat! How would freshments In the wardroom. Several
It sound ut a good old Democratic rally toasts had beun proposed Including
South of Market as It was: "Ladles the Emperor, when one of the local
and Gentlemen, the next spoakor will be Japanese proposed a toast to the Ane
Mr. Ah Fnt, " tho chairman would got gawa nndheruulcera. Oneof the Amerl
no further. He would bo burled with cans In the party, one of those wn-
Ah Fat and the meeting would end.
However, It is different here, and Mr.
Ah Fat appears to have made Just ns
good a speech as the rest. Our speeches
are not of very high character anyhow
nnd surely wo ennnot expect Mr. Ah
Fat to be better than those whose civili
zation and politics ho Is learning.
X X X X
This Afong Injunction proceeding, I
fancy, Is Interesting a good many peo
ple. If tho theory of tho bill Is cor
rect that tho Income of the trust estate,
became In tho hands of Mrs. Afong, a
trust fund to beaccountedfor, then thero
arc Romcwhothlnkthnt each of tho chil
dren will have to account for tho
amounts they have received, so that If
some have received more than others,
thero can be equalization in tho dis
tribution of the remaining funds. Thero
arc some who think that this would
result in a disclosure In court of how
much of the Afong money went Into tho
attempt to establish and maintain tho
late lamented Honolulu Republican.
X X X X
Mrs. Alapal and myself, so far as I
know, are the only people In town In a
position to make merry and say, "I told
you so," because of the plight of tho
band. Mrs. Alapal was told, when sho
insisted on certain conditions In her
contract, that she was missing tho op
portunity of her life to make an Ame
rican reputation as a singer, while sho
was at tho same time drawing down a
good salary. .
I said at tho time that tho county was
making a mistake in allowing the band
to leave the country, and I said that
the outlook was anything but promis
ing. Mrs. Alapal has lived very comfort-
ably here at home, securing frequent
professional engagements for which sne
got paid while tho band has been tra
I vellng about the country like an ag
, gregatlon of barn stormers, with sal
aries In arrears, and long before this,
fall weather in the states has mado
their white uniforms look like Ice cream
suits. All of which entitles me to a
laugh In Jubilation at my keen pro
phetic Instinct. Really, though, I
suppose I ought. Instead, to contribute
to the fund to bring tho band back.
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Challenges for debates and other
things have been flying through the
political air. I would very much like
to hear a Joint debate between George
A. Davis and some orator of the stren-
uouse type on the Democratic ticket,
It would bo as interesting as that fa-
mous contest between the Inhabitants
of the two Spanish towns, related In
Don Quixote. They went out to havo
a braying contest.
X X X X
An amusing Incident came under my
IS OP AGIST IT
WRITES A LETTER TO CHAIRMAN
SMITH AND PLEADS FOR AID
FROM' HONOLULU RESIDENTS.
William Aylett, the band boy who
returned yesterday on the S. S. Ala
meda, carried with him a letter to
Chairman Smith of th0 Board of Su
pervisors from Captain H, Borger
which says that Cohen Is without
funds and that the band Is In a bad
way generally. They want to come
homo and they cannot do It. Follow
ing Is the letter:
"Hastings, Nebraska, Sept. 30, 1906.
"Mr. G. W. Smith, Chairman of Board
"Dear Sir: Mr. R. W. Aylett Is go
ing home and will present this letter
"You havo misunderstood my tele
gram and done the Hawaiian Band an
Injustice by ordering us to 'Stay with
"Mr. Cohen Is dead broke; ho can't
take the band home; ho has no reserve
fund. We Hvo merely from hand to
mouth. ,Wo are traveling around the
country aimlessly to make board and
"We want to go home, as our con
tract has expired today. You have or
dered us four months to bo with Co
hen. Tho time Is up.
"Cohen hashn't paid salaries for tho
last two months, and somobody not
even for four months, except a little
"The boys are hard up and they'ro
very nnxlous about their families In
Honolulu, as they havo not received
any money for two' months.
"Cohen hasn't paid salaries for the
$1000, Including the advances I have
paid to tho boys.
"I haven't received any salary.
"Now, Mr. Smith, you're connected
with tho Supervisors, tho Chamber of
Commerce, the Merchants' Association
and tho Promotion Committee, and a
most respected citizen of Honolulu,
and you know tho band. It would not
tako long to collect tho money for our
home trip, and, mind you, we have
taken the trip for tho benefit of the
whole community to promote Hawaii,
kand especially Honolulu. Wo havo
worked hard for four months and now
We are stranded througflNmlsmanage
ment, no fault of ours, and wo want
men who hove the Instructing Instinct
so highly developed, Immediately under
took to correct the Japanese's pronun
ciation of the name of the training
ship. Her Idea of tho pronunciation,
as compared with that of the Japanese
was something weird, so weird In fact
that tho Americans In tho party could
recognize Its weirdness, and they Join
ed In the hearty and undisguised laugh
ter with which all the Japanese of the
party greeted It.
The woman with the Instructing In-
stlnst. who had undertaken- to correct
the pronunciation of a Japanese word
by an educated Japanese, felt quite
hurt at tho laughter and exclaimed
a trllle petulently "Well, that Isn't the
way the papers print It."
X X X X
It Is always easier to give wise ad
vice after a calamity has occurred.
than It Is before tho direful event takes
place. But, through a spirit of friend
liness to various candidates, duo more
to sympathy for them, I am going to
tell every man how he can win this
election. That Is by getting tho sup
port of tho women. A. V. Gear has
missed tho opportunity of election by
nn overwhelming majority. It would
have been just as easy for him to have
promised to have cut rates on now hats
nnd shoes for tho women, ns It wfts
for him to Indulge In those wild pipe
dreams of Increasing wages for the la
borer. If ho had only won tho women
to his support ho would get tho highest
vote In the county but ho has I fear al
lowed his glorious chance to pass.
X X X X
My remarks last week nnent the
Japanese hack drivers, have I under
stand, caused considerable curiosity.
A great many peoplo who thought that
tne mile story was lnienueu tor tnem,
have been wondering where I learned
so much of their conduct after dark. It
is said that Instead of the Japs' running
cut rate hacks now, the Oriental Jehus
nro charging full rates and In some
Instances, higher than tho meek and
lowly citizen driver would havo asked.
Ono of the Japanese hack drivers told
mo the other night that somebody had
asked him to learn to run an automobile
he was so reliable. Ho did not say
who the party was and I did not ask
X X X. X
We were talking about i certain
candidate on the county tlckfct which
ticket I do not propose to d'vulgc and
one of tho crowd remarked. "Ho icoms
like quite a nice fellow. I wovrte" what
sort of a campaign he Is making?"
"That thing," contemptuously replied
ono of my friends. "Well, I'll tell you.
If he thought he could got olectiul by
spending thirty cents he might put !t
u phut not otherwise."
to go home and play again for Hawaii
"Now, we need about $1300 to go
from here to tho coast, and then you
havo to get steamer passage from San
Francisco to Honolulu. You're more
able to arrange steamer passage than
we aro here.
"I trust that the whole of Honolulu
will treat us fair. We have done our
best and worked for your benefit and
"All the boys send Aloha.
"Address Omaha; wo will get It.
"Yours, with thousand thanks.
(Signed) "CAPT. II. BEUGER."
THREE MORE DREADNAUGHTS.
LONDON, October 20. The admiral
ty will construct three more vessels of
the Dreadnau&.-w type.
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X X X X
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