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KVKNINO BUU.KTIN. HONOL-PU'. T. H.. SATURDAY, OCT. 20. 190C.
The New Dr. Bailey Forage
T, only niarlilnra mfil with a d,a.-.liij anil c'.cat lii(j cut; a
inc. lad ilcnioi.Gtiatdl by years of experience to be the best
It Is cupei lo.- ta an cultrr In thr market lor bay, alfalfa, cor
rjlituvt, cane tops, etc.
' i.ir sizo far banil oi power Send for descriptive circular to
I E. O. HALL & SON, Limited
J ( Oft. KING and TORT CTQ.
Bishop Trust So.,
One store on Port St. $20 00 per mo
Dwelling house Hentacuta and Wilder
Ave, J20 00 per month.
2 t ) aeieo adjoining Baseball Grounds
Rental $35 00 per month. Could be
Kaimuki -120.02 square feet; S larqe
lots; $200.00 per lot.
Piiimul L0.OCO square fret; cleaied;
between car ami Country Club. A
I CAN SELL
YOUR RCAt. L'tfTATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERC LOCA
TCD. Piopertic and Business of all
MiuH sold quickly for cash in all
parti of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
you have to cell and give cash price
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time and money,
DAVID P. I'AFF,
THC LAND MAN.
4ID Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOH SA'.E.
5 Building lots in Manoa Valley, 12
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
IJ7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Destrabla Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
P. H. Burnett,
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public
Real Citate. Loans, Collections.
Aqent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
hnec: Office Main 310; Rts.Wh.1341
-THE COBWEB CAFE,,
OlICEN and ALAKEA 6T3.
TEL. MAIN 492.
"Gamara &, Co,, Props
CTCW PANS and GA.IOEN HOSE
rlUHNCTS, TWINE AND BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH AT
A, FERNAN0E7 & SOU,
tint. 44 CO King St., Katiey Block, bet
Niiuanu and Smith Bts,; Tal. Main 189
Or ALL KINDS.
Oaaliiti In Lumber md Cc;.i
Al.l.l!N A "QUIMBQN,
ounnN (vr., n 1 1 u Honolulu,
The secret of making a rich
appetizing cup of coffee lies
principally in getting
Put It In cold water; then
keep It on the fire until It
bolls. The result will be a
20 CENTS THE POUND.
Roasted and ground fresh ev
Henry May & Co.
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
Help for all.
Wallach's Indian Remedies
A Sure Cure for Piles, Old Sores, and
All Kinds of Skin Diseases and
FOR 8ALE ONLY BY FIRST-CLASS
Made and put up vy The Honolulu
Remedy Co., J. Lor. Wallach, Mgr,
If you want first-class work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
Schuman Carriage Co,
QUEEN ST. NEAR FORT.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIAM COMPANY.
156 AND 1S8 HOTEL 8TREST,
Oppoilte Young Hotel.
WHILE IT LASTS, GOOD
Quava Jelly, 4c a Lb.
FACTORY.. HOTEL CTREE!
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
LUKE ROGERS Is back again from
Maui, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Street!.
o FrtE O
TINE LINE OF
DRY GOODS AND SHOES
WAH YIN6 GHONG GO,
KINO QT,. I'.WA OIIJC MAIIKPT.
IN 1 SEME
i Have Nine Men Out
1 0! Fifteen
'I lip Senate la already turn of1 a Ho
, rotillrnn majority. Then- uie eight
tiuM over Si'iialors mid one new He-
publican Senator!", fiom Kauul, Is nil re'
; of election, an Hide Is no opposition
lo lilm. Thin will make a ltupubllca
majority of nine nut of II I tic n In the
j Sennit. It Is therefore Important that
the rest of the Legislature, the House
us will an Senate, should lie Itcptih-
Tlih Inipoitant point v,an bronchi
'ou by .foe Kalana at the Itepiihlleaii
, meeting at the comer of School uud
l.tllbu streets IiihI night. The inet
lug wan an exceedingly good one, j
TIhtu wus u large and orderly crowd '
whlcn listened with attention und up- I
lulaiided whenever u, Hiieuker niaile an i
especially guud point ,
'Shows Police Discipline
1 John I'aoo, the first Hpenker, gave
a line lllinstrailon of the existence In
j the police force, of a discipline which
rpares not the politician!), In spite of
the persistent slanders to Hit con-
i tiury I'aoo staled that lie knew that
jllrown's administration of the' police
department was all right I'aoo bad
(himself, be said, been a police officer,
iso he knew what lie wns talklnj
(about. Furtliermoif-, be had been dis
charged from the force by Drown. Ho
bote lilm no malice, lion ever, know
ling ,hat be was dlschargou for a good
'and JiM reason, hating violated one
of the rules of the department,
Ulcknell made u nice little speech.
i He said he could not promise the tut
ors much on account of the nut in of
the olllee which be wa? seeking, hut.
I lie would do the best lie could.
! Majority Already
I Joseph Kalana called attention to
Hie fait that u liepubllcuti majority
wan already assured In the Senate, as
there were eight bold-over Senators
and one new one from Kauai, who was
as good as elected, us there was no
opposition to lilm, Tor this reason tin
iest of the Senators ought to he He
publican as well as the Kcprestutu-
fives. In order that Hie two houses of
the Legislature could work In har
David Kalauokalanl Jr. reminded
the people that the Republican party
bad always fulfilled Its promises, and
said that It would do so ugalu If Its
cuudldalcs were elected. He pointed
to his past career ns County Clerk ami
i asked fo'r further' support.
Governor Killed Leper Law
I Charles Cbllllngwortli showed the
effects of his campaigning by a very
wire throat. Ilecuttsu thcie were some
liaolcn ou the Republican ticket It
should not he downed. The voters
should vote the straight ticket; not
draw the color Hue. Ho would not
denounce Hie other political parties.
ithieo were good men In both, but tho
Itepubllcun party was the one which
isupported Hie llawallaus, and that was
why It was supported by such men as
John C. Lane, Nagarau 1'crnandcz and
Chllllngwortli went on to speak on
Hie needed umeudmeiit of the leper
suspect law, which the Republicans
would remedy. V. V. Hurrls, when a
Representative, had shed tears when
lie saw the parting of Mrs. MaUanul
Sat Kallhl camp from her children.
Harris bud gone to the flownor uud
asked lilm for a three days' extension
l of time In which to amend the law, but
the Governor refused. The whites
loulil not he blamed for killing Hie
leper bill of tho last Lcglslatuie.
Kuhule, u stevedore, said that Drown
am! Vlda bad been good to tho Ha-1
wallans on the waterfront; thero-'A
fore they would stand by them In spite
of all the newspapers said against
tlicm. The stevedore boss hud called
the men together and asked llicm who
they lutenJed to vote lor. The men
hud answered, "Drown uud Vlda."
I 'Outside of thut we will vote for any
'one you say."
Wuterhouse told his fish story.
Party Work Praised
I 'John C. Lane was Introduced as the
"preacher of the Suiuluy school class."
Ilo stuted that Kuhlu would curry
i Hawaii. Kauul and Maul. What was
'tho use of electing a struuger to go
to Washington, a stranger who came
I to the Islands like u prover, to feather
Itself and then II y away? The Repub
lican party bad treated tho people(
well und Hliould be supported. Since
the uveilhiow until 1!IU4 the people
had bud no voice lu the Government.
(This bud been given them by the Re
publican party, who gave them tbu
I County government, the success of
which had been demonstrated during
'the past eighteen mouths. Ho warn
ed the voters to familiarize tin mselviu
jwlth the ballots, us In the last election
I f.00 Hawaiian voles had been thrown
, out. Ho praised Chllllugwottli uud
gave MeCaudless u Benilorf for trying
lids best to lepeul the leper suspect
llnuL- VV fl Smith In. Iintl lieniil flint
I .7 . . , . ... -- .--.. ..-r.-.,
Kiiieiopn and isaninonui nan piumiseu
jto work for the accomplishment uf
that same object If they weio elected
V. O, Smith suld that from Hawaii
to Kuuul everyone was supporting Ivii
hlii, for whom ho piedlctcd an ovet
whelming vlciory uud coutruBted Hie
work done by Wilcox and Kulilo ut
Wuslilngtoii, which he had personally
iihberved. He also explained the bal
II i.eniwi spima iii Hawaiian
for Hie straight Itepuhllimi ticket, etc.
S. P Coueu spiike fur turning the
water works over In Hie (.'onnty, us
:ie iiisulllug ri i-iiiih would pay for
(ouiiiili'iuhlu loud work.
if line of Ilo'
Mis I' (I Kiuiikii. wlfi
IVih'iiil I : !'! I niflit hIiiIIuii expi'ils. I
H-lilllled )euiluy ft out lliu Hllllet,
wlii'fe the lm beuii 0lllllS III lur old
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New moon Oct. 17 at 0:11 p. m.
Saturday, October 0,
Schr. Chas. L. Woiilliiiry, llairlp,
trom llllo, 8 n, in.
Stmr. Ke An llnu, Tullell, fiom
Kauai ports, G: IS a. in.
Stmr. Nllhait. Tbompsou, fiom Maui
and Hawaii ports, S-.'M a. m.
Stmr. Klmiu, Clarke, from Hawaii,
!'::'u a. m.
C. A. S. S. Aorangl, Phillips, for the
Orient, p. in.
,Stmr. Nllhiu, TIioiiiiihoii, for Maul
and Hawaii ports, 3 p. in.
DUE TODAY. I
St. N. Co. 8. S
from the Sound
A.-II. 8. S. Ncbraskuu,
from San Francisco.
C.-A. 8. 8. Aoranel, Phillips, from
Vancouver and Vlclorlu, p m,
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, Oct. 19. -C. Castundyk,
Dr. A. J, Derby. J. N. H. Williams, wlfo
and Infant; Mrs. Souk- anil Infant.
Mrs. M. McLean, J. Klrklaud, II. U.
Hayseldeu, J. A AIicoiik. Mm. C.
Hayselden, Mrs J. R Parker and
child, T. K. Pa. Rev J. Kuktida, Mrs.
ltemu Noblltt, Miss. Agnes Johnson,
John Smeuton, A, McNkolI, Tom An
kal uud wife, Miss Needlium, Mrs. Ill
leu Needham, Mist Pouiurny, V. We
ry. Sing You, Mis. V J. Alcuaasler,
Mrs. Makablu and child, It. S. HoKmer,
Mrs. C, II. Atherlon.
Per T. K. K. 8, 8. Nippon Mam.
Oct. 19, for the Orient. Mm. M. J.
Glbbs, A. Hooking ami wife, J. M.
Rlggs, Dr, P O. Seffer. Mrs. II. O.
Trom Hawaii and way ports, per
stmr. Klnau, Oct. 'M. Miss K. II.
Towle. Miss Killlblott. Julian Monsar-
at. J. Croll.'C. R. Dement, C. A.
Stoble, J (I. Herrao, Mrs J. CI. Ser
rao and Infant, Master l.ulz Serrao.
J. II. Ilarrun. Miss O. Osorla. Miss O.
Kuualmu. Mlsli Marv Sliiiinhhan. 1
M. Desha, Mrs. C. Winchester and
Infunt, Miss C. Winchester. (1. II.
Mayer, N, Doyle. J. II, Atkins, I).
llellucoiiuclil.'H. M. Dow, Waller Mac
rartaue, Mrs." II, Westoby, A. K.
Douglas, (leu. Maylleld, Mrs. (leo. May
Held, A. ICnon, O. II. (1. Drawn, T.
II. Lyons, Norman Wuiklus. C. A.
Long, (leo B. Smllhers, Win. Urun,
W. I.. Decoto, K. Slyusa.
A mutter thut may bu an offence
uguinst the Unit ed States postul law ,
uud loitnlnly Is a Ut t lo shady lu up
IM-ariltlt-i, lllrm.il lit, nn1 urnu l-imr!,-l i
lu Postal Inspector Hate yesterday I
jouiig hoy In Honolulu saw an ad-
vertlsemeut lu u magazine uf a fake
Jewelry concern which stated thut
anyone who would sell a certain
amount of their Jewelry at ten cents
per article would bo given u present
or a gun. Tho youngster sent for t b"
jewelry and sold part-of It, returning
the n-st with the money. This wat
entirely uccordlng to the ugreemeul,
but In return no gun cutne.
Deulers Collection Agency," which '
thicatens luw suits, encloses alleged I
clippings Horn papers telling of tlm !
success or the ugency In placing In j
nrlson neiinli, who huvu Hwlndli-il Its
clients, ami all together us nearly a
blackmailing letter as can be written
without exceeding the limits that the
law will allow.
The attempt to ubtulu money twice
over ou the "fake Jewelry" has been
called to Hie attention of Inspector
Hare uud he will take the matter up
with Hie department at Waslilugtuu
uud the concern will bu Investigated.
THE 8ALVATION ARMY
Speclul holiness meetings every
night lu Hie bull, corner of Klin: uud
iiuuiiii stieets. commencing ut S
MlMlilfit- u.. lit. ..it ll,tll.t,.uu ,,.., ill. ...
" n ,,,... ,.,,,. on ,.,,,,h
it II a. in. Sunday si hool uud lliblu
'class ut 3 p, m. Young People's l.e
iglou meeting ut ii p. in. Speclul hull
lit-ss meeting und "Swearing In" of
I leei lilts ut S p, in.
j Hum of Love eery Sutiitduy ut
I'.' p. m,
MectlngB eery evening, except Sun
diy und Monday, ut tliu Outpost, ir.S
iN lU-letulila uveniie. ( niiiliielielne ut
n ;ui in lo, (
I Suiiihiy si'lioul mi School sheet, near
l.lllhti s leet, every Huinlay aflernooii
ut Z :iu
i:wr)lio.y Is (iirillully Invited lo ut
lend I lien, meetlliKS
Adjuiuiit uud Mi Ibiiuherry In
The Wiikly edition of Hit Evening
Uullclln rjlvr, a campletf luminary
Hie tlfwi of l div,
Attractive Exhibit of
Good serviceable everyday waists of MADRAS, LINEN
-LAWN and PETER PAN. in Plain White
and Black and White.
Prices Range from 85c Up
ALSO HAND EMBROIDERED IRISH LINEN
WAIST PATTERNS AND SUITSi
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
For Want Column See Page Six
Salesman and collector for Maul Ap
ply 1107 Alukea St. 35181 w
(lentleinan wishes board for wlfo and
cool, ipilet double room for helf and
wife, handy to bath uud ou cur Hue.
Address "Permanent," llulletln.
3.-. 17-1 w
Cottage, housekeeping rooms furnish
ed, gas Ktme. At Cottage Drove.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
At Central Union church tomormw
tho work of Sunday will open at U.4S
a, in., with tho Ulbte school, to which
some very attractive classes fur all
ages are being added. At 11 n. m. di
vine worship will follow, with sermon
by Dr. Scudder on "Itoskllke Chris
tiana." the music Including u nolo by
1'rederlck Hustings, who will slug
Chadwlck's "Uullnd of Tlee.4 and the
Master." The Cbrliithin Kudeavor So
ciety will meet at G:'M p. m. to be fol
lowed ut 7:3U by the evening service,
at which the sermon topic will be "&ic-
liens." Tbu Increased Interest mani
fested In this service of lute und ludl-
! "'ted by a doubled audience Is utilized
' "V letting the rermtin strike the key-
J note for dally Itlhlc study, the results
of which ure gathered up ut the mid
ween pruper meeting ou Wednesda).
At the evening service tomorrow .Mr.
Hustings, the quartet and choir will
sing Shelley's "God Is Love" and
Jlacy's "The Ilomellght." Strangers
and the public generally will II ml a
warm weliome ut all the services.
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
L. B. KERR& CO., Ltd.,
i SLHT8 OF CLOTHING Good material
... . ... . .... ., ...
THIS IC AN EnA 0F G00D VALUE8 IN THIS STORE. We have never
,r'a(,e suc K0""1 offerings, and you have never had such an opportunity to
learn how much a dollar will buy in this store,
This tale I. not a eateh-penny affair but one of which wo are proud. IT
l0 A VALUE.G,V,NG CHANCE WE ARE TAKING TO DIV.DE "pROF.TS
wl OUR CU8TOMER8.
Nltp f-hf Dnirac
'-' -' lllW rl IVtfGO
, MEN'S TROUSERS from A DOLLAR to $0.00 the pair
White Duck, all sizes and all girths 881.50 to S3. 00
I For Boya and Youths, good material, well made, from..25e to 812.00
Ready-To-Wear Clothes For Boys
FULL SUITS KNEE PANTS No better ever offered, and the finish Is
equal to any made-to-order clothing; go to you during this sale at
I Mw Prlc 'rem $1.00 to $8,00 the suit
ffANAMA HATS London made.
I MANILA DOUBLE PLAIT, regular at $3 60 NOW SI 7K
. unelrnu ..In ,sL A-w rtnwrf
nudibni niiw aj4ta i uuwcoi
ALL FAST COLOR8 AND FASHIONABLE 8HADE8 WOMEN'S
HOSE FROM 10 TO 50 A PAIR
UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND WOMEN Men's Undershirts at 25fi to 75
Meehwork AT 75. Worth Double
CREPE DUE CHENE, OROANUIEO, FIGURED LAWNS, ETC., AT
aK,KT8 FROM (5tk TO $1.00
DHAWERS ... FH0M jjjj TO t(j0
GOWNS, beautifully trimmed .. - FROM 50t TO $1,(0
SHOES FOR $.00 A PAIR; 8HOE8 FOH $1.25 AND
SHOES FOR 81.50.
2Hr COME AMI) SEE
L. B. KERR &
Quart Delivered $2, Gallon
Harry Strange's Pure
PHONE MAIN ?06.
1st, Chambers Drue Co.'s,
2nd. All the ethers
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and Kino; Six.
PHONE MAIN f 31
J. M. Levy & Co.,
PHONE MAIN 149.
KING STREET NEAR FORT.
and stylishly cut,
FROM S8.b' TO 820.00
DAmo mn .-- . -r - j. ai
GO,, Alakea St,
Take a ride on the Llllha street
cars and look at thoie 4 fine lots on
Wyllle St., near Llllha St. to bs sold
a Sheriff's Salo a 'I the Executive
Building on MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,
These are amongst the finest retl
dence sites In Honolulu.
Doh'l mlts this opportunity.
01ABA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Point.
B aur your ticket rtada via Ua
Wot full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, O. A.,
Parry Building, Ban Franclsee, CaL
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
563 . BERETANIA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
0EALER3 IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KIND!.
941 NUUANU STREbV.
Tel. Main 2J p, o. Bo Ml.
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND PAPER
, KAL80MININQ AND ORAININO.
I GABRIAU DAVIRN,
ICOMMril MI'UANU and PAWAIII ou,
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fthm& ta'iMii' mmn lawn wm i n
litM BilM '