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g EVENING BULLETIN, ttONOIiP-P, T. It., TtlKSDAY, OCT. 13, 1905. ' !L 'Ilfi
ll' ' Ti llARBF Mi."!?- HONOLULU mrnmm.T'mSS,m" " ' j W
For Boys arid Girls
Pumps nnd Slippers that arc tha very smartest and
drccsist of the season. They nrc motlcleJ in the latest
shape, and arc very 30ft and pliable. Just the thing for
Made of Patent Kid and White Canva3. :,
SEE TIIEM III" .OUR WINDOWS. ' '' '
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINQ. f
' THE RIGHT REFRIGERATOR SAVES COLD .CASH
FOR THE CONSUMER. '
It has AIR-TIGHT doors and covers,, and FAULTLESS
INSULATION. The only Right Refrigerator is t,he
The EDDY stands for CLEANLINESS and ECONOMY.
It's inf.de right, nnd docs what it was made to do.
EVERY STYLE, SIZE, AND PRICE.
heo. H, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
CHAFING DISHES with patent Ivory Enameled Food Pans: CRUMB
TRAYS and SCRAPERS: CREAM and SUGAR SETS (gold lined); ICE
WATER PITCHERS; COLLAPSING DRINKING CUPS; POCKET
FLASKS; 1CE-II0LDERS; COCKTAIL SHAKERS. A Complete Line of
ICO ing St.
TOILET SOAP .
A splendid assortment ranging in price from 19 cents
a box of three cakes to thehighcst grade at 75 cents a box.
Workman's Tar, Go a cake; Violet Toilet, 10c a box
of 3 enkes,
Ja, AllOy, Niiuanu below Hotel
Hawaiian Iron fence
NEXT TO YOUNO DLDC 176.(60
:f-x " .-.u.hj
from us, besides
I getting satisfaction,
you save money.
113 HOTEL ST.
and Monument Works
', i lj i i jj .
Meals are essential to health and
variety is the spice of life. We serve
what is considered the best meal in
the city whether it be
(from lo 10) ,v
(from 11 tn 2)
(From 5 to S)
Tho variety is such that com
mends it to every one who enjoys
having something different every day
and the Sen-ice Is GOOD,
HOTEL AND TORT STREETS.
KAIIUI RAMV - JONOLOLD.(ki.i3jD08j fJl IMAW LfeasL 1 M
Ono fitful, llailiiR tin cli fiirnlKlicil
ttio Illumination fur tlio ltcimlilli'iiH
mcctlim til Kulllil litftt iiIrIiI. I'he
little squaro Krocn in front of the
IMiinpliiK slntlon was well packed
wltli llstcncrK, ami tlio spc-il.cra
held their nttcnllon well, nltlioilKU
nntlilne Kcimntloiuil ilcvclniipd, tlio
political talliH IjcIiir of tlio cut-aiul-ilrleil
onler. Ocorge Knca, tlio cx
K.unlilor, cieatcil u Rood ileal of nicr
rliiiolit' ninoiiR tlio llawallaiiB by IiU
Ulil(iic )tieccli, in wli kli lio totil how
tlio old Knca was no more, lull Hint
a new Knca linil tal.cn liln place, and
Hint lie could lio counted among tlio
Ibt of reformed men.
Tlio meeting was presided over by
tlio Ilonornlilo Joseph Kulaiin, who
had something good tu'sny for every
cpcalicr nnd candlilale us ho Introduc
ed him to tlio ciowd. Kama wus tlio
(list man called to tlio fore, and lio
tnllied strnlght ticket from beginning
to end, oven as did almost nil of tlio
other speakers. Ho told how, in par
ticular, tho voters of tho Fifth Dis
trict should support tho whole rep
icccntallvo ticket fioiii tho dlstilct,
ttntlng that none lictter could pos
sibly be iirrnngeil. Kama -was greet
ed with applause at tho end of his
Quinn Promises Good Roads
Jim Quinn, his broken arm in n
cling, jumped to tho platform next
nnd launched Into n straightforward
talk on tho roads of tlio County. Jim
stated that If elected a Supervisor bo
would mnko his especial campaign
ono for u macadamized road mound
tho Island of Oahit. This would bo
of vnst benefit to the County nt large,
ho stated, mid would prnvo of great
viiluo to tho wholo group of Islands.
Quinn talked straight from tho
shoulder, asking tho Miters to follow
tho straight Hues of tho ticket, for
by so doing order would result out
of chaos and tho men bent lit tod for
public positions would bo put In of
fice. Jim seemed to bo woll known
to tho nudlence, for ho was greeted
with uppl.iuso frequently during his
Kaea, Reformed, Makes Promises
ueorgo luioa, mo ex-gammer, wiu
next Intvoduccd by Chairman Kal.ina,
who. In announcing him to tho audi
ence, staled that ho was n man who
would do his host. Knca stated that
ho was a young man when ho was ur
ichtcd for Rumbling, nnd Hint he has
"1 Icavo myself In sour bunds," ho
said. "Of coin sc, I was not elected
u delegate lo the convention, being
only nn outsider, but I could almost
hear tho question nuked, 'Who Is
tlcorgo Kara?' And tho aiiBWcr was
that tho old Kaon had gouo away,
iinvor to letiiru, while tho now Kac.i
stood foitli n ti a man among men, mid
a reformer at that."
ICai', i thou stated us proof of his
reformation that of lato ho had been
nsslstlug tho police In nmtiiUiig up
Chinese gamblers, although tho po
ll co do not teem to iciiicuiber any
thing iibout It.
John Naiiha mailo u short speech
otiJoglzlug John C. I.ani', and then
John Hughes reviewed (ho history of
the Republican parly, which had al
wiijk triumphed, lie spoKo of tlio
Republican Legislature,' asking the
people to Judge' tho party by what
II had douo in (ho past, and votu tho
Kd. Quinn, candidate for Senator,
mado an oxcollcnt straight-ticket ap
peal, btatlng that, although thcio
might bo some minor Maws in tho
tlckot, us a, wholo It was very rcpie-
sontutlvo mid well worthy of undi
vided support. Kulclopu 'ennio next
nnd ho piomlbed that ho would glvo
out tlio details of his medical Inspec
tion bill shortly.
Norman Wntklns mado ono of tho
beet speeches of tho ovonlng. Ho stu
led that ho appeared boforo tho peo
ple .asking their votes, ns it buslnexs
man who icallzcd the needs of tho
County, nnd who would attend to
them. Iln was a good-roads candi
date, ho said, nnd ho wanted to seo
good thoroughfares built to Pearl
City mid down that direction.
William Alita followed noxt with
u short talk on the straight ticket,
being followed by K. II, Slakalcml.
Harry von Holt was woll received,
mid ho took -occasion to contradict
tho statement mado by Treasurer
Trent that ho had naked for votes be
cause Trent was a mnlihlnl. Ho stat
ed that he was not tha kind of n man
In ask for votes that way.
Itov. Stephen Deslm answered those
who have criticized a pastor for get
ting into politics by asking if
Democrats woro raising 11 very great
howl iigalnst (i. .1, Waller, the Mor
John Wise, S. P. Conea, nnd Dan
Logan enmo noxt, tho latter remind
ing tho people Hint ho hnd lived ill
tho I'ourth District for n long time.
Jjgp'Tor Rent" carda on sain
flMlli 1 (
Vll,UM j hoi
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1. l ,(! Jtj
rttntt ji !
iVnyMI I'M t
liw 'J 11
; Ritwct a to.
l'i rianlnllTiCo ....
HawCnm ftPwfCo ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co.,.
Ilouohiii SitRar Co .,.
Unfinlcaa Sucnr Co .
HalVtl Suvar Co ......
I Intel. tsott Sugar Plant,
knliutcti l't,tii.alH,ti i
k'eknliiSus- Co- ,
Kilhi'chKar C ...
Koloa Staf Co ......
Mcl!r).1eSiifrar Co .,..
Halm hiipar Co
Oimmei Siuat Co ....
O,ikola S'iKr Plant Co
Otai hui;ar Co Uil ....
Olottalu ""..... .,...
raa!tAtl Sllftar I'lsnt Co
I'ala Plantation Co ....
Cc;pVro Suear Co..,.
Wrl ukll Silffat Co ....
Walniauilo Sugar Co.
Walmrn 5tnrir M I' Co
Inter-Mai,,) KlMin NCo
I'on RTI. Co Ctcf
Inn R rM.CciOmi
Mutual Tln!imt Co
Nilukli Kul.lwr Co A.
Dtlm Rft I. Co... ....
Illlol: K Co.
Hon II ft At Co:
Ill IN I IS
Haw Tcr 4 pc
HawTcr 4 nc
lUwTtr 4H le .-
Haw Trr IM c........
Haw (fov't 5 i,c
C. IlKtSiiK KtlCo.( p:
ilalkll Sujrar Co 6 pc
Ham Illicit Co. ,
Upper Ditch M
HawHupnr Co ope...
I I lio K KCo Con t i.c
Houakaa Suearco , k.
II11M.K TitiLC. 6. c ,-.
k'alniku P.ant Co pc .
McHmlcS Co'i (4, ,
Othu Kit I, Co6'.c.
r) (tin Sil(ar Co f p c . .
CUia MliMr t-o 6 p c
I'ac- SuK. Mill Co. f.a
I'alil Piantall.vi t.'o ....
Ttotcr M 111 Co ope .
Waialua griCo tp c
Snli-r Ilelwctu Hoards: 43 Oalm
Stlg. Co., $2S; 15 Oahll Sllg-. Co. $2S;
10 Onhn-Sug. Co.. $2S; 35 Oalm Sag.
Co., ?2S; 1(1 Oahu Bug. Co.. SL ties
slon. 55 Hon. II. & M. Co. $Ji.
Latest tugir quotation 3.S3 cents or
$79.60 per ton. '
Sugar, 3.98 Bents
Henry Wateriiouso Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond' Denaitot
Members Honolulu Stock and Qond
WILLIAM WILLIASN. Mua?cr.
FORT AND.MEhOHANT ST3,
TEL. PRIVATEr EXCHANGE fl.
IS SUED FOR $1000
K, .1. Kurd lut.t beg)in null against
V. V. Han Is, of Vl.ostliOU which
was lent on a pronil(vji aioto tn 1907,
and tho papeis wpio vturnvl served
to tho Ciicult Court this morning.
Uird alleges (li.it 011 July 211b, VJU7.
bo loaned Harris the Mini of fnmo,
payable at S per cent In Unco iiioiiIIik,
nnd, although ho luu Hindu repeated
demands oil blju tur lb money. It
has not been forthcoming, 'tho llu
wallun Mahogany Company, or v.iiich
Harris In mnnngcf, Is Jiudt tho gar
nishee. LAND DEEDED TO'
MRS. J. WJ HEWSTER
A deed hitsjiceii lllcd v Ith lteglsti.tr
AU'irlam In JiIrh Julia I). Afung cou
M'l'M In Molallit! il. Iliowslcr 11 portion
of tho hurl which is known ns the old
lliiboball tiact! The land Is that which
Mrs. Along bilught until Abel A. Cor
rca for tho sum or $3250. The deed to
Mm. lliowstcr gives her a llfo Interest
in thu laud, Jiot trnitkforablo. and nt
.her death, It Is to go to her clilldieu.
1 IVHfi Alifrntlai T7tat 11.. rnuln
DANCE AT SEASIDE
A tlanro In linnrir of II10 Pacific Fleet
will be glMiA nt trie II'Mohllu jeabldo
Hotol this oM'Ulng A speclitl dinner J
will lio served In the utn laual ft 0111,
six thirty until eight Meslc for lmt)i
dinner and dunclmr will bo funitsliwl
by tho Kaal flleo Clnl. A cordial p
citation to all Ik extended.
The Weekly Edition oMhn Evcfilno
Bulletin gives a complete eummary of
tho news of the day.
OUR GROWING BUSINESS HAS
COMPELLED US TO MOVE INTO
WE ARE NOW TWO DOORS
ABOVE OUR OLD LOCATION IN
THE YOUNG BUILDING, AND
READY FOR BUSINESS.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
T77 ffiM-iSSSWfl feA SmBH R -4 C---.-.-- ? M
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"", w u'- cU 1 un A-7 Sv -5 &T
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'HffXl A 71 if
Wherever Hats are
ELKS' EU1LDIHG, KINO
LOCAL AND fflBLiL
A Bulletin Want Ad. makes
eld things fit new. needs.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Detective. Ilurenu. 32 Campbell Mil.
No fancy prices at tho .N'ow Kiighmd
Ilnkory, Hotel St.
Plumbing Inspector 11. u. lcou h
home from tho Coast.
Meals wrved nt nil hours nt 1110
Now KnglauU llakery. Hotel street. .
It Is reported that Tlioinas nien n
In partnership with I.orrln Andrews 'it
Hi no, Ncv.
V. I.. Krarec. chief electrician of the
county, returned from Ban l'ranolsco
on thu Korea.
Tho lund concert this evening w 111
not take place, nt Thomas Siptaio but
nt tho Young hotel.
.Mrs. .1. II. ltuyniond und son and
MIps Violet Makeo wero" returning
All kluds or beer, nines and mixed
drinks aro rerved lu Uie best manner
nt tt.o Fashion. Jur.t give us a try.
Cbas .K. Nolle), tho Homo Utile
I.i'borlte canilldnto Tor Delegate to
Congrtss, returned from Ityinl -Mon
All incinbers of Honolulu Aerie No.
1 10 nre leuucBiC'l to atU-id Uie MjcVil
Hid sinoUer tomorrow ecwng ; Tor
V. O.-finillh, 'trtiMcn - fiii-' LV-"U.
Btnney, has begun suit forfiireclosuro
of mortgugo ngilnst N'O. Pelersun,
on a debt claimed to amount to ?.;WJ,
Coal your Iron iooIh with "AidMr. "
Voa 111 bo surprised at Us co'illttg
and prchcr.vctlvd propurtlcs California
Pied Co., n:nts.
The meeting of the I)uoke)e Club
will not lake place llil.i om 11I114 hut is
pittpoued till the night of limil.iy,
October it). C. a:. I.lvlngstoa, ni'le
tary llco. II. Clark, secretary pf the New
Souib Wah-j Chamber of Mutiiif.u tnr-ci-h.
v. Ill iuldP'b. tin' meiubtru of the
('unniHii'd'il clui diirlu;;: tlio lunch
hud.1 )mky. .
Miss d'l.urtlguo wllltc.ich n'l ml
v.mccil limiting ulnsb for ndiills In the
Klloli.iiiv Art, I.tugy'iioVoiy tliitunl.iy
iilplil. lor iKiitlciila'ts umdy CWce '!.
Young Hotel. . ' '
Theie uie many llvo cent cigars on
the market that have been put (hero
since (In; OttJ 5c cigar came out, but
111 He Is .o 'popul.yi', ami noun baa worn
10 well. SI. A. imist & Co.
Tho IlolllUor Drug Co. 'a fcotln expert
has peiferlcd Jhe luvcntloii of an en-,
11 'y now concoLtlon, Known (is tho
Cliih House ftaiulnlch, that Is ni.tlly
(lellcioii'i. .yi( tlio btijlii man.
ll-no )(iu'b(oi( wullliiB for Uegnl
shoes? Don't1 noud to wait any Imigor
Tlu'y'ro hero now. Will bo open IK
two or three days. Kvt-ry slo for
men and women. Itogal tihoo Stoie.
II. II. I'eiihnllmv returned by the Ko-
ice from .1 vacation stent on tho Coast
before taking up tlio duties of man
user of Walluku sugar plantation, sue.
ceedlng C. II, Wells, who has resinned.
The management of estates and ex
celling of wills Is 11 snecl il busliicsi
with which ve are thoioughly fniulliar.
Wi don't mako mistake.) thoy cost
money, llnwtillcu Trust Co., Ltd., D23
Dingy walls may bo tnhdo to look
ns fiesh nnd bright ns they ever did
in mo application of 11 few pounds
Dekorato, a beautiful and iluralP wa'I
llnlsh gold by I.ewera .1 Cmy'tv, I.td
177 S. King street.
Wit want you to se our "flenj.unln
Olcthus." Wo know that you can't faa
them without trying them on, and you
cau'i try them on without wanting 01,0
of them Tho Kath Co.. Ltd., lott
ami iiotcl fctrccts.
The Schiiman Carrlago Co. has nl
wns on hand u complete stack or e
erythlng a man needs In small or laiyo
fanning. Agricultural tools nuil im
plements, Slerchant Btrcet, betweci
Kurt nnd Alakea, Honolulu.
"lairtgo Investments ' will be n sub
ject for discussion by members of Kv
celBlor Lodgo NK 1, I. O. O. P.. lu Odd
Fellows" hull nt 7:30 this evening V
Ib Important bulness und members me
urgently leiiuested to bo prcsual.
llurlon Holmes, who was reminded
of the harm he lnd done Hawaii by
bin li'ptosv story In the I.iidlos' Home
JimiuaMiiiH sent tho following cable
ginm to his filend lloulne- "Dee, Iv
tungiliied, IhoiightlosMiess Letter
Mrs Dunn, wife of Tliomtis Dunn of
iho Naval Station, with her mother and
daughter, icturned ycstcrilny by ,jl-o
trnnspntt Thomas from 1111 extended
Ktny op.llio mnlnland, rlti'sblf k "iHlt,
Inn San Kruiif1UiPf.i,lSir ounti wmit to
ChlcA4o-hn-i1 ) Yorlt,
worn. We are sole
STREET NEAR TORT.
is the latest dcvelomnsnt of scimlce in lnmp production
nnd the more criticalliy you regard lamps the Inorc favor
ably you will be impressed vith tho
It multiplies tho lijht three-fold without cousamlni;
any more current than nn ordinary lamp and gives a bril
liant daylight illumination.
Hawaiian. Electric Company, Ltd.
"KrNG,rSTREET near ALAKEA.
, 1 r ifP'j
ON THE SIDE
Our soda water is purs and well flavored. There never
was an aerated water, to equal it in Honolulu. Mixed with
the proper ingredients you havdthe finest "High Ball" it
is possible to produce. Wc' sell distilled water, too.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
af-SI'EEITHEAD. Manager. " ' PHONE 71.
'Joseph. A. Gilman,
SHIPPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIItE AND MARINE.
.' Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine
PARROTT' & CO., San I'rancisco.
-P. M. Fond, Contractor
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. ycV. excavation at Manoa Girls' School.
WE WANT tha opportunity of submitting figures on excavating,
guiding, rock, or concrete jobs.
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN
' rs 1
agents in Hawaii.
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P. M. POND. TEL. 8'JO.
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& CO., LTD.