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THE HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1908. CU.RIBOS HAWAIIAN" and S A.MOAN Largest Assortment it Town , Woman's Exchange Hotel & Uulon Sta. W.G. lrwin&Oo.,Ud iUGAH FACT0R3, COMMISSION AG E.N 15 l i i t Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager John D. Spreckels. First Vice-President W.'M. Qlffard... Second Vice-President H. M. Whitney Treasurer Richard Ivers Secretary D..G. May Auditor AGENTS FOR Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco, CM. Exldwln Locomotive Works, Phila delphia, Pa. Hakalau Plantation Co., Hllo Sugar Company, Honolulu Plantation Co., Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co., Kllanea Sugar Plantation Co., Olo walu Compauy, Paauhau Sugar Plan tatlon Co., Walmanalo Sugar Co. 13 the purest and best made in Hono lulu because experts direct its manu facture from pure ingredients, rhono 71. With and the full appreciation of its econo mical features will follow with tho realization of what you have missed all these years. The lady who does not own one should consult our re presentative relative.j.t'0 terms. Bishop Street. OAHU TAILORING CO. . ,. Merchant Tailors. Clear Stand on the Corntr. Beretanla and Emma Streets. Catton, Neill & Co. LIMITED Engineers, Machinists, Blacksmiths and Boilermakers. FirBt class work at reasonable rates. Honolulu Iron Works. 9TEAM ENGINE8, 8UQAR MILL!, fOILERO, COOLERS. IRON, BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS. SfacMnery of Every Description Witde to Order. Particular Attention fcaM to Ship's BlackBmlthlng. Job .Work Executed on Short Notice. $2500 will buy a flne horn. Easy tanns. I RENT TRUST CO The Two Jacks The Most Popular Saloon in tho City. THE FASHION. Jack Scully, Prop. Jack Roberts, Mgr. Hotel Street near Fort Phono 482. PERFECTFIT Guaranteed With our expert cutter who has Juat ratnrned from the coast we guarantee OTT7 BUtt to fit. f , AHAM CO., LTD. Merchant Tailor. IWalty Bulldlnx King Street Fine Job Prlntlna, Btar Office. Cook Hi IU fillS CO.. LTD NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Hawaiian Lodge Pago G Cloning Notice Pago G Oat & Mosfliuun Page G Ililhop Trust Co Pago D THR WEATHER. Local Olllce. U. Youn; S. Weather Bureau, Building. Hnnnliilii. T. II.. Nnvonihnr 1. 1!)0S. Tomperatur o, c a. m.; S a. m.; 10 a. m.; and morning minimum. G7; 77; 70; 77; G7. Haronietor reatnug: absolute humid ity (grains per cubic foot); relative humidity and dew point at 8 a. m.: 20.03; 6.778; GS; C2. Wind: Velocity anil direction nt C a. in.; 8 a. m.; 10 a. m.; and noon: !E,; 1 E.; 3 SW; S E. Rainfall ourin& ri hours ending 8 a. m: 110 rain. Total, wiutr movement during 24 nours ended nt noon ISO miles. WM. . STOCKMAN, Section Director. NEWS IN A NUTSHELL. Paragraphs That Give Condensed vote in the city, it being recognized ' sengers for this port. She sails for News of the Day. , that ho bus no chanco to win against tno orient at 5 o'clock this afternoon. , rT. T m:Cltller tho tWO His llght wU1 un" I Among the Honolulu people coming Bishop Trust Co. Is offering officer uoubtedly take away some votes froni'nome were: jir. nI1(i Mrs. F. C. Athcr- for rent at ?au a nionui in me u.w o, c , i v A High Sheriffs Sale Isotlcc In re, Au Con Cheok vs. Wong I-eart is puu- llshed in this issue. I Hawaiian Lodge will hold Its regular meeting this evening at :30o clock, Transact of business. 1 The Elks' Club will keep open house on Tuesday evening, Nov 3rd, for the benefit of the members, their families and friends. All members of Harmony Lodge No. a, 1. u. u. v., .lie r-jiiueai m ancuu mv. regular meeting at Odd Fellows this evening. visiting memuers are coruiai- cxcr and silouid run Well. Tho com ly invited. blnation of nominations, should pull Why is the jtannattan Care always 'fllcknell through llylng, as the support full of customers? Because they serve 0l the Laborula party will be consld the best of everything In spick and erauie ln tne country, span style for a moderate price. R. 1 xiio Senatorial ftgnr. will be a hard William Warham, proprietor. j one. e. W. Qulnn, seems to be the Mrs. Kearns will nave delicious homo strongest man on the Republican tic made mincemeat for Thanksgiving on ketj -with John A. Hughes a good sec sale at the leading grocers just as ond and Henrlqucs a poor third. Har cheap and twice as nice as the im- j vey should lead the Democrats and ap portant article. " pears to be certain of election, even The children at school and absent acC0rdins to the most strenuous claim friends would feel good to get some lng opponents. Broad Is the strongest preserves. The Lurline will get ot the Laborula candidates and Poepoe them there ln fine time. See Mrs. j nlay be expected to poll a fairly largo Kearns about a case, phone 1110. Hawaiian vote, but will have practlcal- The new firm of Oat & Mossman are ly ,10tklng among the haoles. Watson now ready for a general stationery and and Moorei tne two remaining Demo periodical business at 7C Merchant 1 cratc candidates for the Senate are street, near the Postofllce. Phone 403. lmcertan quantities. Watson should Order your meat early tomorrow as run well ,u thc Fourth .while Moore is the markets of the Metropolitan Meat t0 be very Btrong in the city Co. Ltd., claso promptly at o'clock. ! proper and aiso among the Hawailans Room and board at the Courtland ln jle pmh. anu you 11 ue receive 1110 uesi service in the city. The Courtland Is located at tne comer 01 ueretania aim i-una- 11011 streets- U. S. Marshal Hendry received ?00 tins morning irora u asnington jusi in the nick of time. His funds bad run so low ihat there was but a little over tOOn IaTJ- ...11. ...I.Inl. i '-, r. nF oU iiu wmcii tu i,aj me the witnesses who have i been summon- ed to testify in the Wynne murder trial. The money received will, how ever, Put things on a better basis for oUIIlu ULLIO LIUiti IU . At the request of tho ladles lntcr- ested in the Castle Home fair next the last two wln probably bo hurt Saturday the Outrigger Club entertain- more by Kaea than any ot the other3 ment committee decided at a meeting Frank Archer stated this morning held this morning at tho Young Ho- that Ewa would return a good Repub tel, to postpone the afternoon regatta Hcan plurality. He calculated the vote features and confine its energies to to result about as follows in the die tho moonlight carnival in the lagoon trlct; Republican, 150, Democratic, 80, and the two dances at the hotels next Home Rule, 50. This will mean a gain Saturday evening. A score of canoes for the Democrats from tho election will be placed on the lagoon for the , two years ago. free use of those holding dance tickets ' The following is tne outlook as seen at either hotel. END OF THE (Continued from Page One.) ls recognized that Pahla has enough 1 personal strength to throw the votes ( ono way or tho other ln that section. Harry von Holt, the Republican can-' didate for Treasurer, states that he made practically a house to houso can- j vass in that district and all said that Pahla had glyen out the word to vote straight Republican. Tho figures given out by the Repub licans for mayor figure that Achl will come In second with 1,800 votes, Fern being third with 1C0O. Achl, hlmseir figures on 2G00 votes, 1400 In tho Fifth and 1200 in the Fourth, Lane being second with 2000 and Fern last with 1800. The Democrats claim that Fern will win out with about 300 majority and place Achl, second, and Lane, last. In the fight for County Treasurer, von Holt stated this morning that he felt sure of election and whllo he was positive of a small majority, he would not bo at all surprise It It ran Into big figures. In the Fifth ho expected to win out strongly in the country and in the Fourth to get practically the straight Hawaiian vote. This will bo enough to give him a majority, as he figures It and If his promised support from the haolo element In tho Fourth materialize It will bo greatly increased. When asked for a statement in re gard to the Democratic prospects this morning Chairman C. J. McCarthy, ot the Democratic County Committee stated that he expected to see every man on the County ticket elected. He CAMPAIGN stated tliat thoro wns but one weak! place, that in the light for County Clerk. George K. Lowe, tho candidate for this position put forward by tho Democrats has been with L. L. Mc Candlcss on his tour around the other j Islands, and has spent little time on I his own personal campaign, which Mr. Co1, McCarthy tsated, might nllow Ka- lauohnlanl to squeeze in. In tho tight for Supervisor Cox ap pears to bo a cortalnty with D. Kalau- lalani, a close competitor for the heart of tho count. W. II. Mr.nlollnn. ahniilrt lead the Democratic ticket and will probably be elected ns ho will poll a very heavy vote In business circles. Logan will come up strong, ns he will get the solid support of the Ropubll- cans in the Fourth, besides carrying many Democratic votes. On account of his long record In public and quasi - public life, ho is probably bettor known among tho Hnwailans than any imuiu tuuuiife 11113 lUUUlUUll'S U11U 19 very well liked. In most circles It Is conceded that Jnrrett and Wise will make a very close run for tho oflico of sheriff, with Iaukea trailing very far behind. Tho latter will poll hardly any votes in the country and will get but a small 1 a1sc, though it was started with the illtouUo11 o beating Jarrett. opinions seem to differ In the dep - uty si,erifr flght The Democrats are Burc of Charlie Koscs success, but it ls goIng to a closo SQUeeze ,f he wlna as the combined Laborula and Itenub - Hcan nominations give Chris Holt very'and Mrs. P. C. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. strong bacUing jc c Vqq Hamm For ColuUy Au(litcr tlle figut ,s po. "J 15Q passe'ngcrs arc pasamK cullar. uicknell won out by 330 votes through to the Far East. Passengers m his last election and ls against a joining tho Siberia hero are Philip de man who has never mixed In politics Ungells, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gibson, Deiore. Hl3 opponent. Anderson. lias'T. n. Pottinirer and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. a great cJrcle o acquaintances, how- , The onlv m.x..,n .. ,R nhlo tn bo found , the Ucket for the House w, como , the Fmh Here( on ac. 'count of the expulsion of Kaea from the tlcet tJ)ere wl bo consIderable cuttig done. It is doubtful if it wilt extend beyond tMs howover Correa made a d run ast Ume and ma b0 " expected to win easily. Kalei- ,g a certait and cannot be beaten nuel Kl Lab(jr ulas as well as tho Republicans be h,nd Wm snou,d bo safe and MaIe,ua is apparently very popular. Kama and Mikaleml should both do well, though by W. C. Achi. Ho says that Notley will beat both McCandless and Kuhio in the Fifth and will come second on Maul, with Kuhio in first place. On Hawaii, Kuhio Is placed second, by Achl, with Notley, first and McCand less, third. From this he predicts that Notley will be elected. Achl believes that Wise will beat Jarrett by a small majority, through the assistance ot the Labbrulas and von Holt is scheduled bv- the labor 1mj t wIn -., TVon nrmmr of hJs strength ln the Fifth, FOR THIS CITY The Pacific Mall S. S. Siberia, Cap tain Dixon, docked at the Hackfeld wharf at 9 o'clock this morning from San Francisco with seventy cabin pas- SEVENTY CABIN CO300OSO9 coeooottoooottOoacooeoo0oeo9OO9oeo iti-racABniT DUE The fight against Cathcart seems to Edings is not looked on as at all have died down remarkably in the strong. His failure to make a personal past few days. It ls generally under- canvass of any extended kind has hurt stood that the Advertiser, through Its him bady and his votes in the Fourth failure to produce any further evidence will come only from the dyed-in-the-has acknowledged that some of the wool Democrats, who will vote an ab- charges mnde were groundless and at present Cathcart stock is booming. In the country Cathcart will run very strong Indeed. His reception at Wala- lua was very pleasing to his friends nnd It is goncrally figured that ho will como out of the Fourth District with a small majority and will have this substantially increased ln tho Fifth, 96 TEST Date. Per Lb Per Ton. Oct. 0 0ct- 12 , Oct. 13 3.95 cents.. Oct. 14 Oct. 10 Oct. 17' Oct. 20 Oct. 20. ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.. 'oct 21. '. .'.'.'. '.'.4 !o'a i cents! Qct. 22 .".WW !........'! joct, 23'. .'. .'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'..'.'.'. .Oct. 24 Oct.2(5 Oct. 27 'Oct. 28 4.00 cents. Oct 3.09 cents...'. Oct. 30 ?SOaes: ton and maIa and MIss Marjorlo Ath-' (orton, Mr. and Mrs. Otto A. Blorbach 1 daughter, C. A. Brown, Mr. and Mrs j, A. oilman and' tho Misses Cor- :deHa and Marjorie Gilman, Mr. and . Hitoi,rnrk nnd the Misses r, a t. m.rnoir Mr. Pryor. TELLS OF TERROR (Continued from Pago One.) but wanted to go up on top of tho house and go on my way aft. Came for ward the next morning and everything in my room was on the floor in about two feet of water, trunk, bag, bed and all, except a few things on my shelv es, my books, letters and sextant. "Tuesday we started to get things straight again, cut away what we couldn't save and got her cleared up a little; then Wednesday wo cleared up some more and sent a gang down tho hold to shift the coal back where it be longed (she had a list of twenty-three degrees); put some sail on to her Thursday and then more on Friday; got the bIx topsails, the three coursers and the staysails, then started for this burg. Had a good breeze until Sunday night, then started beating up the coast. Made a few miles to windward each day, but not much. "Big tow picked up up and we drop ped anchor hero last night about eight o'clock. .CHANGE AT THE ART. This evening an exceptionally fine program will be on at the Art. Among the pictures shown will be the fol lowing: Vagabond; A Suburbanite's Injurious Alarm; The Tattler, or the Making of a Newspaper; A Pagllacci; Italian Cavalry; A Gipsy's Sacrifice; Bluebeard. nflllYSTOCKBEPflBT NOTICE No session tomorrow, No vember 3, 1908. Eelectlon Day. Dividends: Nov. 1, 1908 Haiku 1 1-2 per cent; Pala 1 1-2 per cent; Pio neer 2 per cent. Session Sales: 5 Olaa $4.25; 5 Ewa ?27.50; 50 Ewa ?27.60; 10 Ewa, ?27.00. Stock. Bid. Asked. Ewa Plant. Co 27.50 27.625 Hawaiian Agri 180.00 Hawaiian Com 95.50 Hawaiian Sugar 34.50 Honokaa 15.00 Kekaha 120.00 McBrydo 3.75 4.00 Oahu Sugar Co 28.50 28.75 Onomea 39.00 Ookala 13.75 15.00 Olaa Sugar Co 4.25 4.50 Paauhau 20.25 21.50 Pepeekeo 143.00 Pioneer Waialua Agrl 80.00 Inter-Island 118.00 Hon. R. T. Co. com Nahlku Rub. as O. R. & L. Co 142.00 81.00 C6.00 30.00 103.00 solutely straight ticket. Carlos Long can expect no suport from this source and ls relying on tho Civic Federation vote in the Fourth. Up to this time this has shown no signs of being any- where nearly solid. In tho Fifth Long will be very weak In the country, though he may do better ln the city precincts. HONOLULU 0 LONDON BEETS Price. 9 shillings S 1-4 pence 9 shillings, 9 pence. 9 shillings 9 3-4 pence. 9 shillings 10 1-2 pence. 9 shillings, 9 3-4 ponce. 9 shillings, 10 1-2 pence. 10 shillings, 3 pence. 10 shillings 4 1-2 pence. 10 shillings, 3 3-4 pence. 10 shillings, 4 1-2 pence. 10 shillings C pence. 10 shillings 3 pence. 10 shillings 2 1-4 pence. 10 shillings 3-4 pence. 10 shillings. 9 shillings 9 pence. 9 shillings 11 1-4 pence. HawauanToDaccoPiantauon Co.. Iflmlted Capital Stock $100,000.00 6000 Shares Par Value $20.00 Subscription list now open at tho office of TT A TT V A DlfTT A --"' x. ;vmuuiUJi Stoolc rin cl Koncl juroKf 1 ..... Campbell Block, Mercbant Street, Prospectus may tie had on applica tion. i Me tye Demacraiic Ticiet Delegate to Congress. L. L. McCANDLESS. Senators. F. R. HARVEY H. T. MOORE E. M. WATSON Representatives Fourth District CHARLES GIRDLER W. A. HALL D. KAEKA DUKE KAHAWAMOKU ROBERT PAHAU E. K. RATHBURN Fifth District W. iK. APUAKEHAU EDWARD HANAPI DANIEL KAMAHU LAPANA KEAWEPOOOLE MOKE KUIKAHI EDWARD L. LIKE Mayor JOSEPH J. FERN Supervisors H. N. CRABBE EDWARD INGHAM JOSEPH U. KUHIA W; H. McCLELLAN J. K. PAELE A. V. PETERS M E. SILVA City and County Sheriff WM. PAUL JARRETT City and County Auditor J. C. ANDERSON City and County Clerk GEORGE K. LOWE City and County Attorney. W. S. EDINGS. City, and County Treasurer R. H. TRENT Deputy Sheriff, Honolulu CHAS. H. ROSE Deputy Sheriff, Ewa. JOSEPH H. MAKANANI JR. Deputy Sheriff, Walanae. R. L. GILLILAND. Deputy Sheriff, Waialua H. H. PLEMER Haiku Gs 101.00 Honokaa Cs 100.00 Oahu R. & L. Co. Gs... 101.00 Waialua Agri Gs , 100.50 Pacific Gs 100.00 Pala Gs 101.00 New Advertisements FOURTH of the FOURTH Tho Republican voters of tho 4th Precinct, 4th District, are requested to meet at tho Bungalow, Capitol grounds, this Monday pyonlng at 7 o'clock p. m.. to take part In the Torchlight parade. PER ORDER Handsome FALL SILKS HANDSOME FALL SILKS. Our line of FANCY SILKS Is very oxtenslvo and Includes all tho latest weaves, designs and colorings. ELEGANT FANCY DRESS SILKS. In leading colors and latest designs, only ono dress of a kind, from $1 00 a yard upwards. MESSALINE and LIBERTY SILKS ,. in Ivory, Rose, Copenhagen, Clef, .Tan and Taupe. Special at 85c. a yd. Black "Taffeta Silk, 2C Inches wide, guaranteed at $1 15 a yd. BLACK TAFFETA SILK. Money Refund Silk. 3G inches wldo at $1 85 a yd. CREPE de CHINES in all tho leading colors, extra quality at $1 25 a yd. la S, Sachs' On? igj So.9 Ltd Corner of Fort and Beretanla Streets. Five of 'Em Five Varieties DILL PICKLES, MIDGETS, RED KIDNEY BEANS'. APPLE BUTTER (In Stone Crocks). SWEET GHERKINS. 5 THEY HAVE JUST COME. ALL THE OTHERS ARE g IN STOCK. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd DistriSutors. HllWlQ Cens J. HOPP & CO., RUST AGE - PECK CO., LTD. Phone 295. 63 Queen Street. P. O. Box iib ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF TEAMING J DEALERS I If , Fire Wood. Stove, Steam and Blacksmith' Coal Crushed Rock, Black and White Sand. . . Garden SoiL Hay, Grain, Cement. Etc., Etc. ? Honolulu Construction GENERAL CONTRACTORS. 'Phone Office 281 Fort St., Opp. W. G. We do all kinds of Teaming; also Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. ' SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY. Splendid Pure White China For Decorating has arrived and will be placed on sale Monday, November 2nd. The line comprises the very newest designs in bqth useful and ornamental Pieces. COME EARLY FOR W. W. Dimond & S3. 55, 57 King Street, AGENTS FOR THE of the HEINZ 57. i . The kind which have taken the town by storm. Nothing finer. The' best thing In tho baby carriage line ever invented. Big variety. Tto11! ' & Drapg 60., Ltd.. P. O. Box 154. IRWIN & CO., LTD. 1 - A. deal in Crushed Rock, White and -OF- 1 , CHOICE SELECTIONS. '' 1 Assortment Co. - -..53-57 King St. - - - - , Honolulu. FAMOUS JEWEL STOVES.