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3JiTI3 O It .1-ACJSS
A rt"t i y naiwrtmpiit n . wi.
Paw'l (orffpt our tnemlltu .in I i Iron's
Held (rHt near Port.
Neglect of the Hair
cauMs It to loose Us natural color and
to fall ort.
EACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER
Will bring back the natural brilliancy
to your hair and make It grow
luxuriantly, it is also a marvellous
fculck relief for prickly heat.
' Sold by all Druggists and at Pa
fcheco's Harbor Shop. 92S Fort street.
lTOne Main 232
0. II. IIERTSCIIE, QENERAL MANAGER
Telephone Main 313.
Residence, Phono Jilue 2291.
And Baggage Co.
WALLACE JACKSON, MANAGER.
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BAGGAGE DELIVERED TO AND
TOOM ALL STEAMERS
3'arnlturo'. Pianos, Etc., Moved to Any
Part of tho City at Reason
Office and Stand:
Bethel Street, near Hotel.
Von Hamm- Young Co
Haa a fully equipped machine shop .
tor manufacturing and making repairs,
ALSO AGENTS FOR
Union Gas Engine Co.,
Troy Laundry Co.,
Hamilton Tool Co.,
Parafflne Paint Co.,
yrederick Paint Co.,
Jfeene. Gottfried Co.. .
Ohm en Engine Co., ,
SBrte Engine Works,
Sterling Boiler Co.,
Wagner-Bullock Elect. Co.,
Dow Pump Works.
Haaelhurst Centrifugal Pumps,
Frick Ice Machinery Co.,
Eclipse Corliss Engine,
Tkm Engelberg Rice Math. Co.,
Western Expanded Metal Co.,
t. Louis Expanded Metal Co.
Atlas Assurance Company
New York Underwriters
Providence Washington In
SHE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO., LIMITED
General Agents for Hawaii.
Tturfh Floor, Stan gen wald Building.
JAPANESE HOTELS UNION
Strpplie-s of all kinds of labor Cooks,
Walters, General House Serva-nta, Yard
Coys, Plantations, Stores, Contractors
and Bhipptng. Address, King Street,
near Maunakea. Telephone Main 285.
P. O. Box 857.
EXPERT HAT CLEANERS.
112T Fort Street oiposlto Club Stables.
Panama, Straw and Hawaiian Hats
Felt and Silk Hate cleaned and press
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II i li-thiiii,. Ti hi
NlttVS IN A NUTS 11 Kill,
l'Hl xtcrnrih ThHl Hive CoihIoiimhi
NfHs of t lio liny.
t txn't undervulu small thing
J - they arc uttnlly the forerun-
4 iiki of greater thing. A AVant
T Ad m one of the smalhwt "email I
I things," ami If lneertetl In The
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I Want Aili Inserted thre tlitiM I
for 26 centi.
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Local Ofllce, U. S. Weather Bureau,
Honolulu. T. II. October 29. 1008.
Temperature: C a.m., 74; 8 a. m., 7Sj
10 a.m., 80; noon, SO; morning mini
Barometer, 8 a. m., 80.02; absolute
humidity, S a. m., G.lBfl grain per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a.m., 60
per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., C3.
Wind, velocity, G a.m., 10 east; S a.
m 7, northeast; 10 a.m.. 10, northeast;
noon, 12, northeast.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended S a.
m.. .02 inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon. 21S miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN, .
LONDON BEETS: October 27, 8 shill
ings, 11 1-4 pence; last previous quota
tion, October 2II. s shillings, 10 1-2 pence.
SUGAR: October 27, 3.05 cents a
pound or $79 a ton; last previous quo
tation October .1, 4 cents a pound.
Your grocer sells Pol Breakfast Food.
Mrs. Kearn's Hawaiian Jams and
The house wife's favorite Sweet
Violet Creamery Butter.
A Japanese child wits drowned at
Waikapu, Muul, on Monday last.
Harmony Lodge No. 3, I. O. (. 'F..
meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Kathleen Cartwrlght Is at pre
sent with Mrs. Judd In Florence, Italy.
Four hundred and fifty acress of
seed cane will be planted In 1907 in
Kaneohe and Ileeln.
The II. Waterhouse Trust Co. huvo
a lot at Kahnuki for sale for cash or
in exchange for sugar stocks.
A successful concert was given on
Saturday evening at tho Seaman's In
stitute. It was largoly attended.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wildor, who have
been visiting Sirs. Wlldor's sister, Mrs.
Gibbons in England, aro returning by
one thousand mangrove shoots have
been Imported by G. N. Wilcox who
will plant them in the tidewaters of the
Maul people have made arrangements
to receive election returns through four
telephone stations at Pala, Wailuku,
L.ihnina and liana.
The tax office is not required un
der Section 1267, R. L., to send out
individual notices of the amount of
taxes due by each and every tax
payer. Tho Woman's Auxiliary and Guild
of St. 'Andrew's Cathedral will meet
with Mrs. Kopke, Kewalo street, at
2:30 this afternoon.
William 11. Stockman, the head of tho
local weather bureau has received in
structions to use .the slinplliled spelling.
He has had a list sent him.
Major Russell, commanding the local
force of marines has been informed that
a sub-target machine gun has been
sent to him for the use of his command.
Miss Locke will glvo a lecture on
"Venice" this evening at 7:30 o'clock
at tho Normal School. The lecture will
be Illustrated with stereoptlcon slides.
M. Keelan has returned to Wailuku
from Kauai where he has seemed a con.
tract to lay a pipe line for th Kkaha
Sugar Company. Men from Maul will
be taken for the work.
Taxpayers should bear in mind
that the interest on all DELIN
QUENT TAXES accumulates every
day, and that it is to their interest
to pay the same promptly.
Jared G. Smith has written to II. P.
Baldwin on Maul and lias slgnlfled his
willingness to establish an experiment
station there if an appropriation can be
obtained from the Legislature.
Visiting with President and Mrs. A.
F. Grllllths at Oaliu College nt present I
Is Mt;. and Mrs. James A. Clement, the
father and mother of Mrs. Grllllths. I
Thoir home is in Worcester, Mnss. They
will spend tho winter In Honolulu.
Judge De Bolt heard urgument this
morning on a motion to reopen the de
fault In the case of Henry against A.
M. Brown, and continued the matter
till tomorrow morning, for further argu
ment. Pay your taxes now before the
second payment of the Property and
Income Taxes become delinquent on
November 15th next.
There was a goodly atendanco at tin
Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon to
listen to G. D. Edwards address on
I "A Burning Question." Ho did not
I mention politics as the subject would
Imply but spoko of tho duties of a young
The reception to bo given by the
Japanoso Merchants in honor of tho
Mikado's birthday will be given on
Monday evening, November 3, instead of
Tuesday evening November C. Tito
chango was made on account of tho
election being held on November G.
Taxpayers should not wait until
they are sued for their taxes, now is
the time to call at the Tax Office
and ascertain what you owe and pay
In connection with an application for
mineral lands on this Island, Deputy
Attorney General Mllverton has rend
ered an opinion for Land Commis
sioner Pratt, that there Is nothing In
tho land jaws requiring the govern
ment, In disposing of lands, to with
hold all mineral Interests therein.
In k ninnnr t
SUPREME CMt'trr SUSTAINS M11ST
OF THE RULINGS OF J II nil:
The Supreme Court 'gave Its ruling
this morning mi the Campbell Estate
will, mistnlntiiK Jtidxo Lltnl
Of., tho rulings he made In the proceed
ing 10 irnve me win construed. The fol
lowing are Important (mints mpmImiI na
stated by the syllabus:
"Under the provisions of the will the
widows onc-thlril of tho flat Ihmimn
from realty should bo paid before family
maintenance for minor unmarried chil
dren is deducted.
"A provision In the will that Income
bo paid by the trustees to the widow
and children does not entitle tho widow
and children to Income besliinlncr with
tho death of the testator but only from
anu niter tne utscliargo of the execu
tors. "Under a provision that net Income
bo 'divided Into as many equal parts as
there shall be then In osso any of my
said children by my said wlfo and shall
be by said trustees tiaid to my said chil
dren from and after their respective
majority or marriage share and share
alike,' a minor unmarried child takes a
Holmes and Stanley appeared for the
petitioners, trustees under tho will and
the various respondents were represent
ed by A. G. M. Robertson, J. J. Dunne,
R. W. Breckons, E. v. Peters and E. M.
SCHOOL CHILDREN THROUG.Vi
OUT THE ISLANDS SHOW GREAT
INTEREST IN THE PROPOSITION
Interest In the Arbor Day proposi
tion among the schools appears to
havo developed very strenuous tenden
cies. Reports received by Superin
tendent Babbitt from all over tho Isl
ands Indicate that thero is tho keenest
competition among tho school children.
In one school the rivalry among the
classes to have the best trees and win
tho prize went so far that 0110 class
uprooted the tree of its rival, thus ap
parently settling the matter. In an
other a washout swept the trees away
recently, and replanting was done at
W. 0. SMITH IS TO
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
THE SENATE WILL REPLY TO
This evening at the Republican meet
ing at Aala Park, W. O. Smith will re
ply to the speech mndo by McClanahan
on last Saturday evening at the park.
Mr. Smith has been in bed for' tho
past two days quite ill with a bad cold
and may bo unable to speak at tonight's
meeting. If this Is so then he will
have his speech read to the gathering
by some of the Republican speakers.
Y. MAN YONG.
Tho trial of Y. Man Yong, for assault
to murdor, was begun this morning be
foro Judge Lindsay and a Jury. Man
Yong is the Korean who cliarged VIda
with giving him tho water cure, and
tho matter will probably be gone Into
during tho hearing. The fowowlng
Jury was selected to try the case: S.
D. Koki, W. A. Barnhardt, C. J. Lud
wlgsen, W. K. AVnlnmau, S. W. Spen
cer, J. D. Cockett, J. W. McDonald, B.
F. Beardmorc, T. W. Chase, C. Spen
cer, S. N. Lovated, H. M. Rodgers.
THE AFONG CASE.
A stipulation has been filed In the
Afong case, allowing tho respondents
ten days more In which to reply to the
petition tiled by Mrs, Carrie Rlggs
against Mrs. Afong and others.
If you wish to got
ahead, stop paying rent.
Invest your money In a
home Instead of usoless
rent rectffpts. You can
now get a Jtomo at a
X X JC s
Punahou district $2tf0
Young street 2500
King street 2S00
I RENT & CO.
J Minus 1?. Morgan,
M I tO rt MR.
HI 'Ml KaAhHmittu ft. 1l. MM J I;
V. O Bo-. Mt.
CnmmlsMloner M. T Slmonton will
fell at Public Auction at the front en
trance of thu tudloiarj Building. Ho
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Real Estate and Improvements tl-it
should Invito the uttentlon now of In
vestors who aro looking for safo prop
ositions. The property Is offered under
foreclosure proceedings of tho Hawaii
an Trust Co., Ltd., vs. Mlllo Morm,
and the sale Is ordered by the Hono;
ablo W. J. Robinson, third Judge of
the First Judicial Circuit.
The land comprises 2 61-100 acres,
situate on King street, Just Ewa of the
Palama rice fields.
Improvements comprise 14 Cottages,
each containing Parlor, 2 Bedrooms,
Dining Room, Kitchen and Bath. A:
present the rentnl returns are $70 pjr
The'so buildings occupy but a portion
of tho property; the most vnlmblo pari
comprising a plec0 approximately 172
feet on King Street and about 23C feet
deep to tho portion now built on is
There is also an unoccupied space of
about 130 feet at tho mauka end of
tho property, giving roo mfor tho crec
tlon of 4 moro cottages.
Th0 Cottages aro not old. and fin I
This valuable property l now pro
ducing a good rental, which con
vastly enhanced by lmprov nc th un
All particulars required cm bo ob
tained by application to
MESSRS. BALLOU & MARX
303 Stangonwald Bulld'nir
Or to M. T. SIMONTON.
At tho Judiciary BulMi'g.
S37 Kaahumanu Street
A hurglnr Avas sentenced
to live years hard labor on
Friday, lie left a pal out
side "who may call on you
wnilo you aro not thinking.
Hotter disappoint him by
depositing your valuables
Avith Henry Waterhouse
Trust Co., Ltd.
ISLAND STEAMERS WILL DELAY
THEIR USUAL DEPARTURE ON
Election day will be observed practi
cally as a holiday along the water front
at least so far as fsland steamers aro
concerned. No vessels are to suli on
that date and the departure of the
usual Tuesday steamers lias been post
poned for one dny. The steamers Ki
nnu, Likollke, Noeau and Maui will not
go out at their usual hours on Tuesday
November G but will depart nt the cor
responding hours on AVednesday, Nov
ember 7. The boats scheduled to de
part on Monday November 0 will go out
THE RAPID TRANSIT CASE.
A written decision was filed by the
Supreme court this morning In the mat
ter of tho Rapid Transit Company's tax
appeal cases, In which the court some
time ago gavo oral rulings sustaining
the Tax Appeal Court, from which the
company appealed. The most Import
ant point Is tho sustaining of an as
sessment of tho company's franchise at
$300,000, which it is understood will bo
appealed to AA'ashington.
The Democrats will rally this even
ing at Kakaako and at LHIha and
School streets. McClanahan will speak
at the latter place. Thoso speaking at
Kakaako will bo Charles H. Rose, F, R.
Harvey, J. J. Fern, H. T. Moore, Tho
mas Gaudell, Manloy G. K. Hopkins.
Those speaking at tho Llllha meeting
aside from McClanahan will bo C. J.
McCarthy, Charles Broad, C. P. Iaukca,
W. P. Jarrett, W. W. Thayer and R. H.
Three Republican rallies this evening.
Ono at Molltill, one nt Moanalua and
another at Aala Park. Kuhlo will
speak at tho Aala Park meeting. C.
F, Chllllngworth, L. L. McCandless, W.
O. Smith A. M. Brown and J. W. Cath
cart will speak at the Park also. At
Moanalua James Blcknell, D. Knlauo.
kalanl Jr., F. T. P. Waterhouso and H.
C. VIda will speak, At Molliill A. V.
Gear, AV. T. Rawlins, E. A. C. Long, S.
C. Dwlght, Charles Hustaco and others
V A LUIS
Sale of Domestics at Bargain
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Underwear and Infant's wear.
10c. quality SVio. yd.
ViMc. quality 10c. yd.
15c. quality 12Hc. yd.
Excellent for Riding Skirts,
30e. quality at 2So. yard,
1214c. quality 10c. yd.
15c. quality 12&0 yd.
MATERIALS FOR SKIRTS AND SHIRT WAIST SUITS.
BUTCHER LINEN 20c. quality at 12&c. yard.
BORDEAUX LINEN 20c. quality at 13c. yard.
Sachs Dry Goods Co,
FORT AND BERET AN I A STREETS
tho demand each
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THE LEADER IN HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
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Yard wide, line quality, .OSc.
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All linen (note' the width), 30
In. wide, red and blue checked,
20c. quality at 12c. yd.
Yard wide, popular brands.
Fruit of the Loom 10c. yd.
Lonsdale, soft flnlsh 10c. yd.
No Trace of Disease
any ono of tho three years, 1901, 1902 or 1903 at or follow
ing tho International Livo Stock Exposition at Chicago,
Is it remarkable? If you saw tho shows you know tho
countless thousands in voluo assembled. Thero was
anxiety among breeders. They had to bo assured against
the SDreaaof contafrionsfliRpjises. Thrnnnnnwmp.ntmpf
year by disinfecting with famous
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The Ideal Food
Ordinary cow's milk in this cli
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babies. Doctors recommend
It is absolutely sterilized. The
best selected rich cow's milk
sweetened witlr cane sugar.
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