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KVBNINO RtlU.BTlN. HONOLULU. T. II.. MONDAY. OCT. 29. IPOfi.
The New Dr. Bailey Forage
The only machines made with drawing and shearing cut; a
method demonstrated by years of experience to be the beat.
It Is superior to any cutter In the m.-rket for hay, alfalfa, sor
Chum, cane top's, etc, '
Six slzco for hand or power. Send for descriptive circular to
E. O. HALL S: SON, Limited,
COn. KINO and FORT ST8.
Por High Prices!
U. Sekomoto's New Gent's
It will certainly be a l:msn for those who ask big prices for
Good drcsjers and economical dressers will find here a com
plete and choice assortment of everything In wearing apparel for
youtha and mtn. Prices will be so LOW they will be known as
DON'T FORGET THIS NUMBER IT MEANS SKIDDOO
HIGH PRICES IT'S
2 3 HOTEL STREET,
BETWEEN FORT AND NUUANU.
Bishop Trust Co.,
One store on Fort St. $25.00 per mo.
Dwelling house Pensacola and Wilder
Ave., $25.00 per month.
2 M acres adjoining Baseball Grounds
Rental $35 00 per month. Could be
Kalmukl 120.000 square feet; 8 largs
lots; $300.00 per lot.
Puunul 50,000 square feet; cleared;
between car and Country Club. A
I CAN SELL
YOUR REAL ESTATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of all
kinds sold quickly for cash In all
parts of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
you have to sell 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. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOB SA'E,
5 Bulldlnn lots in Manoa Valley, 1-2
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, braolng air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU 8TOCK AND
IS? MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Dtslrable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and OUIICK AVE8,
No nManab Offir nifuud,
75c. Per Month
The new season's fruits of
every variety have Just ar
rived. SAW canned fruits are
the very finest, selected from
the best California fruits
grown. They all bear the
S & W guarantee of satisfac
tion. Purchase price return
ed If any goods are found un
satisfactory, TIME TO ORDER NOW WHILE
ASSORTMENTS ARE FULL.
Henry May & Co.,
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
Help tor nil.
Wallaces Indian Remedies
A Sure Cure for Piles, Old Sores, and
All Kinds of Skin Diseases and
FOR SALE ONLY RY FIRST-CLASS
Made and put up ui The Honolulu
Remedy Co., J. Lor. Wallach, Mgr,
If you want llrst elmi work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
SclHiman Carriage Co,,
QUEEN 8T. NEAR FORT-
NEW - TO-DAY
TWO FOR $7,501
. All courses In the Y. M. C. A, Night
School cost $5 for six months In addi
tion to the $5 membership fee; but two
courses can be taken for $7.50.
The (lovernor directs that notice lie
Rlvo.t of (lie following polling place
ami Inspectors of Flection for the flon
era) Election to lie liclil November (ith,
lOOfi. for thi! clrrtloii of n Dclognto to
tlio HotiKO of IleprosontntlvcH of t lie
Mulled Stales to serve during the Six
tieth Congress, nnd for three Senator
from the Third Scnnlorlnl District, nnd
six Representatives to the l.eglslntnra
of tlio Territory of llawnll from the
FOURTH HKPUUSKNTATIVK DIS
TIHCT ISLAND OK OAHU.
The first nnmed Inspector In each
precinct nets ns chairman.
1st Precinct. Polling place, near
tlic font of Puliation Street. Inspect'
firs: A. 1'. Clark, Sam Knmaloplll nnd
.1. K. Knohl.
2nd Precinct. Polling place, corner
of Young nml Alexander Streets. In
spectors: W. II. Charlock, I). V,
Thrum nnd Daniel Ivnlntinwn.
3rd Precinct. Polling plnce, corner
Kccnnmnkii Street nnd Wilder Avuntin,
Inspectors: Cluvs. Crane, C. Ilemenway
nnd II. A. Jiien.
Ilh Precinct. Polling place, Thomas
Square Inspectors: T. II. l'etrle, Ju
lius Ascli nnd W. J. Knrrntll.
fitli Precinct. Polling plnce. Govern
ment Htnlites on Keawo Street. In
feriors. It. II. Anderson, Win. Lone
Austin nnd It. I.iidlolf.
tlth Precinct. Polling plnce. Knpmt
Iwn lliilldlng. Inspectors: Frank O
Atlicrlon,,0. O. Hwnln nml Fred. Tnr
7tli Precinct. Polling place, cornet
of Alakcn nnd lleretnnln Streets. In
spectors: A. V. Peters, W. P. Itotli
nnd John Hills,
SHi Precinct. Polling place, near tlu
Fire Station, corner of lleretnnln Avo
mio nnd Fort Street. Inspectors: O.
A. Ynrrlek. 8. II. Derby and O. Minns-
fit It Precinct. Polling place, on Nun
ami Avenue, opposite- Rates Street.
Inspectors: Oeo. C. Potter, Oeo. Kind
gel nnd .1. II. Knlitilinwiil.
Ililh Precinct. Polling place, School
House nt Wnlnmnnlo. Inspectors:
fico. C. Chalmers, A. Irvine nnd Alona.
FIFTH HHPIIKSKNTATIVH DIS-
TIHCT ISLAND OF OAHU.
1st Prcatnct. Polling place. Nnkn
punlil residence, Knnlacn. Inspectors:
II. C. Adams, C. S. Knlnehao and J. M
2nd Precinct. Polling place, Koolan
Inn Court House. Inspectors: Atulrnn
Adnms, J. II, Ken mi nnd Arthur Ka
hannnul. 3rd Precinct. Polling place, Wnlnlna
Court House. Inspectors: A. M. Now
ell, D. Kauwnlu nnd Ituel Kinney.
Illi Precinct. Polling place. Wain,
tiao Court House. Inspectors: J,
HchulmclHtcr. S. K .Hill nnd Kalilona.
oth Precinct. Polling plnce, Kwa
Pavilion. Inspectors: P. A. Swift, I).
Kulilninnn nnd Victor Knpulc.
Ctli Precinct. Polling place, Kwa
Court House. Inspectors: K. C, Smith.
II. I,. Acliun nnd Ceo. Mnllnn.
7th Precinct. Polling plnce, Knlllil
Stables on Wnlaknmllo Road. In.
cpectors: Pclcr Nalual, 13. M. Watson
end Wlllaid K. Ilrown.
Stli Precinct. Polling place. Giillclt
Avenue, niaukn of Knllhlwnenn School,
Inspectors: Thos. K. Stroup. (Ico. liar
Uor nnd Ilonpltl Kaauwnl.
3th Precinct. Polling plnce. Aclil
Glnliles on King Street. Inspectors:
M. K. Hiilit, J. J. Ilyrnc and K. A. Molt
loth Precinct. Polling place, corner
of l.llllia and Knnawal l.nnc Inspect
era: I.. J. Warren, W. H.McClellan nml
John K. PrcndcKgnst.
Hlh Precinct. Polling plnce, corner
of Kunklnl Street nnd Nuunnii Avenue.
Inspectors: i,yu Dickey, Rev. I). Kn
uahlpniila nnd II. C. Cnrtcr.
12th Precinct. Polling place, corner
yard Street, between lllvcr nnd I.lliha
Streets. Inspectors: A. Lowls, Jr., J.
K. Not ley nnd J. II. Fuller.
13tli Precinct. Polling plnce, Anltt
Park. Inspectors: W. Wllllnnisou,
Pat (lleason nnd (Jen. Fern.
A. I,. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of llnwnll.
3528 Oct. 29; Nov. 1. .1, fl.
j SANITARY SEWERS IN 8ECTION 2
I AND THE KALIHI DISTRICT,
Proposals will bo received nt the nt-,
flee of the Superintendent of Public
Works. Honolulu, T. II., until ll!
o'clock m. of Nov. Kith. I HOD, tor con-1
Intruding Sanitary Sewers In Section
l! nnd the Knlllil District, Honolulu,
Plans, speelllcatlons nml blank I
forum of proposal may be obtained nt
lie ofllco or the Asst. Supt. of Public j
Works, for which a deposit of IS.tui Is I
lenuircd which Bum will be refunded;
Intending bidders alter they have re
turned tlio plans and specitlcutlouH. I
Proposals will not bo nccepted un
less mihiuUlcd on the blank forms fur
julslied, unclosed with it certified hank
check for One Thousand (JIIIOii.(hi) j
Dollars In n sealed envelope, endorsed i
'Proposal for Honolulu Sower Fxtcii
, slntiH", and ilellveied previous to 12
I o'clock in. of im day specified at llio
olllco of tlio Kiipeilutendent of Public j
Wniks. wlin ickervea tho light to te-'
Ject any or all bills ,
! O. S. IIOU.OWAV. '
Superintendent of public Win Its.
J. II. IIOWUNI).
Asst. Sitpl. of Public Win ks.
Department of Public Win lis.
Honolulu. Dei, 2ii, moo,
Sunday, October 2S.
Slmr. Noentt, I'edcrcon, from llono
kaa, with 31 head cattle. ft n, in.
Slmr. Maul, S. Thompson, from Na
wlllwlll, 1:11 n, m.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Tultctt, from Kl.
Inuca, IMS a. in.
Sclir. l.avlnla, Wclsbarth,' from lln
wnll, 8 n. m.
Stmr. I. Ikelike, Nnopnla, from Aloln
Kal nnd Maul ports, 3 it. m.
Monday, October 2!).
P. M. S. S. Algoa, 1-ocl.ctl, from San
1'ranclsco, S: I. n, m.
Saturday. October 2".
Sclir. (Icrard C. Totiey, Scott, for the
found, 11:30 a. in.
Per stmr. Maul from Kauai ports.
Oct. 28. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Cooke, V.
A. Kinney, J. II. Coney. C. A. Spitz.
Miss F. (Irole. Itcv. S. Ilycn, Mrs. Mr
Kcan, Mrs. It. Scott, John McKc.in,
r rands McKean. Jessie McKcnn, S.
Hpltzcr, Somnny, nnd 23 deck.
Per stmr. I.lkellke. Oct. 28. II. Wli
llnmron nnd .lames Ilnrlngton.
From Illlo nnd way ports, per stmr
Klnait, Oct. 27. Prince J. K. Kalanl
unaote, Mrs. ('. Lnngmulr, James
Crowes, John Clarke, IT. Lemon, Mm
V. I Hose. A. V. Armswnldt. Dr. V
I Moore, Mrs. W. I.. .Moore. Miss M
I'oyeon, Miss K. S. Smith. Mrs, M, Attia
Miss M. Ainu, Master A. Alna, ltcv. S.
I.. Desha. S. II. Fujiyama, Y. Sasaki, II
II. Perry. .Miss l.ucy Penbody, It. Smith
F. M. I.cwls. V. Ilclirh. W. K. Aston
C.ipl. .lolm Ito.is. J. O. Young, U A. C
Parish, Col. Ham Parker, Mrs. Sam
Parker, II. It. McClannlian. S, S. Pax
Kin. Sam Kntna, Keaweliakii, J. , Pa
(J. Notley. Mrs. C. Notley. Mnster A
Decker. K. Mnglmn, J. P, Mendonca, II
Armllnge, II. S. Ilollowiiy.
BEdKtEV'S II ;
Off THE BALIOT:
Exchange Their Formal
Tills morning nt II o'clock Fred
lieeklcy appeared at Ihn executive office
and announced that ho wnN.coniddci
lug tlio wltbdrawut nt Ills refusal ot
the nomination for Senator. Chief
Clerk Unwind (ook the matter ii
with Attorney (leneral Petern, who
gave us his opinion that such niuon
would lie legal no acceptance of the
withdrawal having been mulled us yet
llevkley's dual decision will be made
A letter from ex-Spraker Frcil Deck
ley. refusing the nomination for tlio
fenato w)ilt,h"-was filed at It o'clock
Friday night, was received by Chief
Clerk lliicklnnd this morning.
A new matter may spring up as tlin
result of llecklcy's withdrawal, how
ever. Under the election laws In case
of the death or withdrawal of any can
didate, nfter tlio nnmlnallonn have
closed the vncancy thus created may
lie lllled. The usual fee of $23 iuiifI
accompany tho new nomination and
the Inspectors of clcitlon of the District
must bo notified.
This leaves a loophnlo for a new
jchnmo to split the vole nml from the
Indications anyone'inay tile u now nom
ination for the place. As matlcro t-tund
now both Democratic mid Republican
parties have filed their full list of noin
innlions, while the Homo Hulo paiiy
tins only filed papers for two Senators.
It Is po.iBlhlc that they II led Hockley's
name simply In orucr that they mlgtit
have time to look around for u man to
lake his placo, believing that ho would
refuse tlio nomination
At 2 o'clock It was Dually decided
that Hockley's name would not go on
the official ballot.
Tho program given Saturday night
it tlio Opera Houao by the Hawaii l'o
no! Society for the benefit of tho poor
among tho natives of the Island, waf
completed with great biiccess. The tab
leaux word unusually good and tho do-l-lgner
of tho scenery denerves gieul
credit for the liniullful effect.
Tlio mui-le by the various membeil
of the society diow a great deal of nu
platiso and tho singers weio forced
a pi In and again lo return to the stngi;
In lesponso to encores. The nudlenco
lllled every seat and was one which was
truly representative of Hawaii, tho
best people In tho city, both Hawniiau
mid linolcs, being present. It Is Mated
that the program will bo given agaiu
in the near futurn as tliero were many
who desired scats but were iinablo lc
Through tlio effort!) of Henry Cobli j
Adams, llugpoles have lir;on erected at
the Wailiiiolo, Knncolin and KiiIIim '
i.cliuols. Tlio poles hid thirty-two feel i
In height and are much appreciated b;-1
the pupllH mid teachers.
F 11. Angus linn resigned as election ,
lnhpeclor In the Seventh precinct of;
the Fourth District nnd W P. Itotli1
li.ib been appointed In lila pl.ice. '
TALKING MACHINE8. 1
Unless you have heard the recent
models you can hardly realize the
great Improvements that have been '
made, Hear It at
QUR08TR0M MUSIC CO,, LTD., I
ODD PELL0W&' ULPQ,
High-Grade Muslin Underwear
Both in FRENCH HAND-MADE and our
" HOMe-MADE'' BRAND
Gowns, Chemises, Skirts,
the latter in regular and train lengths.
A complete line of new
In all colors and all materials, ranging from
See Window Displays
It will keep Indefinitely and is Invaluable, for household uso.
Made from the best selected milk, sterilized, and sweetned with
only pure cane sugar.
SOLD DY ALL GROCERS.
Theo.H. Davies & Co., Ltd,
DRIVES AWAY CARE.
Surpasses In quality any oth
er Se. cigar In the market.
We Invite comparison.
H. Hackfeld & Co,,
FRESH FLOWER AND VEOETACLE
8EED3 FOR BALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN JJ.
"For Sale" carda at Bulletin.
- GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES -
WE ARE GOING TO REDUCE OUR STOCK AND YOU WILL GET THE
Men's Clothing '
OUR 8.00 SUITS WILL BE REDUCED TO 87.00
OUR $6.50 COATS AND PANTS REDUCED TO ..$5.00
OUR $6.00 PANAMA HATS REDUCED TO $5.00
Other Moods In this department will be reduced In the same ptopor
tlon. A new line of shirts, new ttylos, new patterns; all sites.
REDUCED FROM $l.2!i AND $1.50 TO 81,00
A lull utock of neckwear at reduced prices for three dayo only.
L. B, KERR
A GOOD CONDENSED MILK
IS ALMOST INDISPENSABLE,
HAVE YOU EVER TRIED
50c Quart Delivered $2, Gallon
Harry 8trange'e Pure
'PHONE MAIN 206.
Booklet for the asking at
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kino; Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
BOOTH'S BAKED BEANS
We are selling them at sample
J. M. Levy & Co,,
PHONE MAIN 149.
& CO., Ltd.
HOUSE AND LOT, MAKIKI.
Sultablo for high-grade hoarding.
Wnnts tho right person! Are you tho
LOT CN WILDER AVENUE.
Will pay HI per rent, clear on In
vestment for ID years lo como; linro
I'm only handling choice, rbcap
snaps lu land.
IIABA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Intern Polnto.
He rare your ticket read! rtat tie
Wor (alt Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, Q. A.,
ferry Building, San Franelsee, Cat.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
iDEALtnS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OP ALL KINDS,
! 041 NUUANU 0TRP.CT-.
, Tel. Main 26 p. o. Bo Ub, v
I PRACTICAL PAINTER AND PAPCR
j KAL80MININQ AND QRAININO.
' GABRIAL DAVIEN,
IconNen NUUANU nd I'AUAIH an,
ft Wi"f' f - -l-iWte. i
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