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EVENING HULM5T1N, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. S, 1910.
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HOMES FOR SALE
1 Palama, "mall '-house' and
lot , ? GOO
2 Palama,, house and lot.... ; J000
3 Kaimuki house and ' lot; . 1200
4 KallKI, house and lot. . . . 1800
5 Kaimuki,' house and lot. . '2000
0 Kataniki, house' and lot.. 2200
7 Makiki, house and lot..;-. 2700
8 Matlock Avenue, house and''
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u iccond-clut matter.
.OCTOBER 8, 1010
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaole.
i Chas. Chillingworth,
.-... A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kaleiopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
.r . TlVES --
lohn K. Kamanoulu,- .-.
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcaliino,
William Williamson, ,
Frank K. Archer, v
' C .P Pnrrnn.
fX-t t(win Fernandez;
; V ; cnas. KaneKoa,
V, S.'K. Mahoe.
'' '-- MAYOR w
John C. Lane
g; Andrew Cox. ;--
CITY ATTORNEY -
s John Cathcart.
Robert W. Shingle
CITY CLERK . .
n lnlniinlyoloni In
' , Chas. .N.Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana, .
rt Samuel C. Dwight,
Elton P. Low,
t- Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honoluju -Wm. K. Simerson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko rFrank Pahia.
WaianaerJ. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
A few more speeches ngnlnst Im
migration and the Democratic Dobs
will liuve the stock iimrket whero he
One of the greatest problems on
President Tntt's hands Is whether to
name .Insurgents tr Standpatters for
the Supremo Court.
'Attorney General Lindsay Is right.
Olvo the young man tho benellt of
the doubt, so it docs not invalidate
Republicans have to keep everlast
ingly ut It. That will curry the dny,
when appealing to tho common sense
of the people.
Kona with a railroad und n new
Inter-Inland liner will ba the most at
tractive' and' prosperous district on
the Dig Island.
Ask tho County Supervisors to call
for a vote on the Federal building
sit. A ballot could be prepared and
a fair record secured of whut the
people wish. .
Hawaii County's progressive young
men should cast their votes solidly
for tho progressive Republicans of
tho Supervisor ticket. That's tho
only way to save the reputation of
When business men talk of dealing
with the Territorial ofllclals on the
Federal building site, they remind
you or'tho. man .who always keeps his
money in the -safe deposit und his
hand on IiIb watch.
Ten to one the. business organiza
tions have been canvassed on tho site
question and nine out of ten men have
answered "Sure I believe In thut,"
without giving two minutes' careful
consideration to the subject.
We are not here to play, rfo dream,
We have hard work to do and loads
Shun riot the struggle foce it
1 Ood's gift.
1, -- . , S3
iVote your ticket straight. Cot tho
hublt of-thought and, uctlon.
M. ....: j
TKings and Dosses 'ure all going the
same way. ' The people are bound to
jW congratulate the Civic Federa
tion, oil .Joining Its voice to the call
'If"- ? XTJ-rrS
' If the pemocriita aro successful
'there. Will be ho 'iiuihigratlon-conse'r-vatlon
tax to spend.
' If 'Republican voters are as thick
hb. the mosquitoes, that's nil anyone
These people who are Republicans
from the sole of their heads to tho
top of their feet should take care
that they don't make u slip of the pen
clll'on election day. Get the habit
of talking straight ticket, then you
will be more certain of voting the
SAVE DOLLARS BY
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Very desirable home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streets.
Yonr choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
The price is right and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
HAS ANNIHILATED TIME AND!
Second cholco from Mahuku site
Spells Opportunity for the Capitol
Square slto promoters.. .
; ' , "
'This is your last day to register.
Do; It now and hurry back with your
If the Democratic IJoss were after
Huwali's prosperity with a meat axe
Intent on' accomplishing the utter un-
ifoWg.'of tho people, ho could not do
.uetier man, iano iiih presuui piui-
form nnd repent tho political talks ha
Ilsfmakihg to tho people.
BUSINESS -MEN AND THE
Just a word of caution to the bus
iness men who are again called to
take action on tho Honolulu -Federal
Ddoro the members of the business
organizations finally go on record,
each und every man should think it
over carefully. Don't take snap Judg
Experience has shown that our bus
iness bodies ure highly volatile. Thut
Is us good u word us cun be suggest
ed In connection with the things thut
have been done In times past.
When nomeone, most unyone, comes
Into tho field with a' new Idea for
solving a public problem a few dl
rectly Interested pull tho string und
the business organizations explode us
roquested. Then some of the mem
bers have" "anothor think coming."
They decide that tho wroncjtrlng
was pulled, so tbey explode In anoth
er direction. And only tho Lord then
knows what the actual sentiment; of
the business community V. fr
While tho down town district Is oc
cupied with trying to decide what the
various explosions mean, the .gum
shoe artists of the Territorial capltol
get in their socrct work and the bus
iness men find that all their, meetings
and declarations and explosions have
produced few other results than ll
feeilng. Just ut the present time another
naw idea has been sprung on the bus
iness section of the town. This Is u
second choka for the Federal bulld
Ing, site. It Is fathered by Rudolph
Ilelng something different, It will
probably appeal to quite u number of
citizens who may not stop to consider
whero 'action of, this character, may
nve'ntuully land them.
Someone says that the Governor
has given his assurance that ho will
back anything the business commun
ity decides upuu.
The II u 1 1 e 1 1 n knows whut u
good number of the leading business
men of this' city think of this assur
ance. These men remember that af
ter the business community had ucted
unanimously" on the Manuka site, und
rested comfortably on the assumption
that the question vus settled, the
Governor But through a meeting of
the Chamber .of Commerco and list
ened, with un unprovlng Bllcnt ,con-
sunt to a bombastic announcement by
one of his Territorial olllcers that tho
Federal building should not go up on
the site selected by tho business men
and entirely suited to tho wishes of
the people of Honolulu. Following
this, was tho experience of the "con
fidential" cable regarding the valua
tion of tho land that will soon be In
volved In condemnation proceedings.
It Is right and proper thut these In
cidents should" be recalled at this
' Our business men should bear in
mind the shortcomings thut have been
so much in evidence in duys gone by.
They'should not asplroto be on rec
ord on more than seven different sides
of. pie Federal site question, despite
the fact that tho soothsayers claim
A good Fountain Pen
makes writing a
We' carry in stock r 'nm
plete line of
Every Pen Guaranteed
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
there Is lu'ck ill odd numbers.
Furthermore', tho' weak-kneed
brethren in the Honolulu business
world should screw up their courage
to express their, honest convictions at
this meeting. They should refuse to
be frightened into silence by the pre
ponderance ofr dominating Interest,
and then after tho meeting Is over, go
out upon the street nnd raise their
voice in loud and " painful - protest
against the Injury that has been done
the town by the decision of tho Joint
Finally, the Bulletin urgos tho
business men to attend tho meeting
on Monday, and do their utmost to
shapo the discussions and the rcsolu
tlons of the session In a manner thut
will re Meet credit upon tho good
sense nnd dWrlmlnatlng Judgment of
our, business community:
Everyone knows whut has happened
in mo past. Try, to maxe me exper
lence of real value in shaping the
NEED FOR A STRAIGHT VOTE.
Ono notable' difference here,, on
election day, between Democrats und
Republicans, )s that the, former al
ways voto their ticket 'straight while
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE'
MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEWAL0
STREET -Desirable Building
.'jt Lot, 100 by 225. Price.... $3500
r ' : .'
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with'
GO feet frontage. Two or
three left at '$7500
KAIMpKI On 3rd Avenue,
New Bungalow on the instal
. ment plan at $3250
V 111 f llU il t.
fort and Merchant Street
Girls' Coats, in doth and waterproof, at $1.75, $2.50,
$3.50, to $7.50 f
Women's Rubberized Coats, $9.50, $12.50, $15.50,
Silk Petticoats guaranteed, $3.95, $4.50 to $6.50 ;
Lingerie Dresses,. $3.50, $4.50, $5, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50
$10.50, ;to $50 ;
$2.50 values' in White Under Skirts, $1.50
Pure Silk Hose, deep garter, JopOisle lfMalniir I
Ready-Made; SheetsM sizeSc, , 75c, : Wc '
Pillow Slips,-42x36, fine quality; $1:50 dozen;. ,
$1.00 value in Table Damask, 68 in.' wide, '65c "V
Drawn Work Tea Cloths, worth $2-50, at $I.25U.
Another Case of the Bargains in Hand Bags, $1 td$6:50
35c quality in Arnold's Dotted Swiss Dress Goods, 20c
Table Napkins, 22x22, at $1.50 dozen '
Children's Initial Handkerchiefs, box, 6 for 15c ,
75c quality in Fine Lisle Hose, all colors, 6. .pairs, $2.50
Lace Lisle Hose, 82 to 10, worth 20c, at lOcrpaitar
75c value in Silks, all colors, 37!2C r '
French Silks, regular $1.75 values, lots of colors, 95c yd
Rub Dry; Towelsr.50c,75c and $1.00 . ' ',
LACES ! LACE.Slg j
Thousands of pieces of - New Laces,. Trimmings,
and Alloyers at Special Prices this week-positive
bargains everj yard we are showing. Our, Lace De
partment is kept busy all the time, because the prices
we are selling Laces for during this Sale is far below
regular value. ' u
OUR GUARANTEE ALWAYS STANDS GOOD
viz: " Money returned if not well satisfied " '
1 6 r d Mtm
the lutter do not. This was never
more plainly bIiowm thiiri two youm
ugo when McClellun defeated Wat
kliiH for Supervisor.
In 190$ the normal Democratic
vote, us Hhown by Mayor Kern'H voto
Itrthe Third, Fourth und Fifth l're
clnctB of tho Fourth District, wua
202. In the mime precinct tho voto
for McClellun was 388, or 18C more,
than for Fern., -M6Clellan defeuted
Wutklns by 177 votes, (mowing clear
ly that Republican, votes elected the
Democratic 'Supervisor, In' order
tu'nt the ntpiiuircijivohsts. In thoso
three precincts may know, to what
exten they.erreil, the folIowlliK com
parisons aro giveu: ' 'J '
Vole for Vole for
i t It Dlxtrlrt. Vera. .MrClillun
Precinct 3 HO ' i)4
I'recnc((4 ,, ,07 . J130
I'rocluct 'r. '. , ,.79- . I1CI
.,. 2h I !388
t - ,u j-hj
, To register is a citizen's duty.
Last chance today. ,
When Daby was slek, we gave her
When she was a 1 Child, the crlod fol
When she became Miss, sho clung to
When pirn had Children, she gave them
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.arouLLETiN ads PfiY-mm
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission 3 ( ? ,
Arthur So wall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Franoispo
Badger Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GBINNELI. AUTOMATIC HEINXLEfc) " ,
t Neuman Clobk Co. ' J -
' (WATCHMAN'S CLOCK).. W!.
Royal Standard ,Type;riter
Aachen & Munich Fire Iiis! Co.
F0HT .8TBEET, NEAE MEnCHAHT" " '
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ALEXANDER YOUNG -HOTEL 4 L'AUNDRY.
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