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Whcie Sixty Cents Will Have the Purcliasing,Power of vOnc
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FOR TJUtEE DAVS,, BEGINNING MONDAY, OCTOBER 17
'Winch PERCALES, Special ... 10 yards for $1.00
h'o-ineli'jiADRAs SHIRTING, Special... 0 yards for $1.00
30 incli'FRENCH MADRAS, Special 8 yards for 1.00
,r We lcquire space In our shelves and in order to get it
''we ard making this SPECIAL OFFER.
, SJiop c'irly on Monday and get the best selection.
Get the November Delineator Now
'Corner Fort and Beretania
The Winter Rains Z
fofcrty urjldst.'St1 Iris bpfcn l-properly filled and
graded.' VI vrU' send an' experienced engineer
ttf(jtimad,th(;tbstofgrad- n IW DAMn
ingjadjufi suitable filling if r' lUt rVlll,
you will telephone me. Tel. 2890
STOP at the HOTEL MAMX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
This.,magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
the heart" of the city, immediately accessible to all the
shops theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc.
. EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath,
$1.50 and upwards) with private bath, $2 arid upwards;
iarlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10,
' " AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE,
Hbnolnlu Representative: WILLIAM D0UTHITT.
m r ,.RQM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
A complete line of Desk,
Counting-House nnd Pocket
Diaries for the new year. Qet
yours' now and be ready for
the lieoessary entries.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
fJLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI-
NETS and BOOKpASES, -GENERAL
0 3 1 FORT S T R E ET
CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Toy Department now open,
with a Fresh Stock of TOYS. GAMES
and a splendid line of BOOKS.
WALL. NICHOLS CO., LTD.
" King Street '
Every mail brings (lie latest of
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Everything in Books!
' BROWN & LYON CO , LTD.
I Alex, Young Building
Streets Opposite Fire Station
For Your Automobile
A powerful mineral paste
mends leaky radiators eco
nomically and permanently.
It is also used with entire
satisfaction on leaky pipes,
refrigerator linings, pots and
Let us tell you about it.
Lewers & fooke,
177 SO. KING STREET
ML E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
' Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
THE BEST PLUMBING
Is Done by
The Pioneer Plumber
183 Merchant Street Phone 1031
Captain Fetter Writes to Mc-
Duffie Regarding 'John
Chief of Detectives McDumc ro-
celled a letter from Deputy Sheriff
I meriif llllo tills morning. The unto
wbb in legard tu tha mnii who lias
lieen tnntKJticrudlntf oit the lllg)lslnnd
as the Honoliilit chief. The bluf
fer's linine is John IlrlgM, and he
Is tho mine youth who posed In Ho
tiolulu ns a son of John linker, and
thereby established himself at the
Young Hotel, where he held high
met till bowled out.
Bright cut a vide swarth In llo-
U-alulu, nnd hired automobiles b) lb
ilny. He had no money, but that
fact did not prevent his bavins
eerj thing he cared for.
It appears that when M Unfile
wnh In llllo n few weeks ago, he saw
the young falter. Then It seems
that as soon as" McDulIle left for Ho
nolulu, Ilrlght staited out for Kona
and linn and jilnjod tho rolo of chief
to ory large houses. He worked
his way right aroilnd the island and
liait ever) body bluffed ns to his right
As soon ns Captain Fetter heard
of llrlghl'B doings, he sent word
along (ha coast to have th6 man ar.
rested. This was done, nnd Ilrlght
will lma to nnswer to tho charge of
luipeisouatlng a police officer.
LIGHT ON BID FOR
(Continued from Pace 1)
a letter to the Iird-Young lomnany
declining to quote them a rata on
hauling rock to tho brcakwntcr. The
fact Unit J. N. S. Williams and not
Mr. Iloldwlu signed the letter found
jCBterday, and that It was written
the day b'cfoio the opening of the
bids and reached Uird and Young
after tho bids wcie opened nnd their
formal protest had been filed with
the U. 8. Hnglneer, was tho basis
of some Interesting comment this
morning by those acquainted with
In the meantime the Kahulul Kill
road Comjinny has sent the following
communication to Major WInslow of
tho Snglncor's office:
"Honolulu, T. H., Ocl. Ii, 1910.
"Major K. Kveleth W'inslow, Corps
of Engineers, U. S. A., Hono
lulu. "Dear Sir: Referring to protest
filed by Messrs. Lord & Young En
gineering Co. nt the opening of the
proposals for tho construction of the
extension to tho Kahulul breakwater
in Our office thfs 1-tth day of Octo
ber, 1910, we would say that this
company declined to quote Intend
ing bidders rates for quarrying and
delivory of tho necessary rock for
the following teasons:
"1st. Quotation from General In
structions for Didders: lteasonablo
grounds for supposing that any bid
der Is interested In more than ono
bid for the same Item will cause re
jection of nil bids In wlijch ho Is
"The legal advisor to this com
pany on Mtiul advised us that this
might bo so construed ns to causa
tho rejection of the bids which this
company wits then preparing to sub
mit had wo given the quotations ask.'
"2nd. Tho Kahulul Uatlro.id Com
pany In hiding for the breakwater
construction desired to deal directly
with tho United States Government,
and as those parties who Inquired
for the delivery of slono were ovl
dontly Inteicsted only In placing tilt
slono on tho breakwater, It was de
cided to put In tho nlternatlve, bid
covering a prlco to tho U. S. nov
eminent of stono delivered on cars,
thuB giving jour department nn op
portunity to call for bids on the
placing of tho Btono nlono In tho
breakwater If deemed advisable. '
"3rd. We would call attention to
the character of the Inquiries made
by parties who claimed they intend
ed to bid on this work, and remain,
jours very truly,
"KAIIUI.UI RAILROAD COMPANY."
DR. DICKEY'fo ' .
MAKE HOME HERE
I)r Hugh L. Dickey, n prominent
physician from tho Kiistern States,
'has recently become n rosldent of Ho
nolulu nnd this morning opened n(n
ces nt 11G0 Ajakca street.
I)r Dickey Is n specialist In eye,
ear, nose and throat troubles und will
follow his specialty here Tor tho
lust twolva years ho has been en
gaged In practice In tho eastern pait
of tho United States lie spent n
J ear In London In special study theijo
before coming to Honolulu
Weekly II ul If (In $1 per jiar.
HONOLULU, T H.7 SATURDAY,
The first aid to a weak
stomach', sluggish liver or
constipated bowels should be
the Bitters, because it has
proven its right to be called
"the best." It is for Indies
tion, Costiveness and Malar
ial Disorders. Tryit.
For sate by Benson, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.: Holllnter Drug. Co. Ltd.:
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; llllo Drug
Co.: and at alt Wholesale Liquor
Meetings at Waimanalo and
Wdlanae Today and
Tho Republican candidates nnd pol
iticians will bo n busy bunch today
nnd tomorrow- This afternoon n big
meeting. Is scheduled for Waimanalo,
nnd tomorrow another (1 O I' rally
is to be held at Walanae
Republicans of1 all sizes and ages
thronged Tort und Merchant streets
this morning, nnd from 11 o'clock un
til noon uuto after auto whizzed off,
carrying the speakers und party
workers to tho Waimanalo meeting
There all htyi been prepare d for n
feast of reason mid flow of soul, to bo
followed by another ftast and another
How, not however of reason or soul.
The uutos will return from Waima
nalo tonight and tomorrow will go
to Walanae, for u grand Sunday, gath
ering of the hosts of Republicanism.
I'rlnco Kuhlo, candidate for reelec
tion us Delegate, John C. Lane, may
oralty nominee und Robert W. Shin
gle, candldato for Treasurer, occu
pied the main auto today and there
were half u dozen more cars loaded
with party workers who In their turn
wero loaded with good campaign sen
timents. TRADING IS BRISK
IN SUGAR STOCKS
Low Prices Tempt investors
to Loosen Up and
Trading was busy on tho local
stock market this morning, with
Hwn, Pioneer, Oahii and Mcllrydo
llgiiring largely In tliu briskness
with which the stocks changed
hands. Tho securities are low
enough now to tempt the speculators
hud brokers' row was In active
Hwa sold at 28, a number of small
blocka going nt this price, rioneer
is still nt 190, und Ojlm diopped a
quarter of n point and rests at 27.2ii
Mcllrydo Kept going down until It
reached 1, nnd this cheap price
tempted n good ninny Investors. Wn
lalua hns gone up to 10C.
Tho fifteenth of the month brought
forth several dividends, Hawaiian
Sugar dednilng a thirty-cent cut,
Oabu the wine, O. R. & L. Co. 7!i
cents, I'epeekeo 11, nnd Wnlalua 75
Worl.mon at tho hnsi) of an ex
tinct olcano In the Coconino for
est. Ariz, were dilveu away by
fifty-two earthquiiko shorl.s, and It
Is feared tho volcano will become
IV n k I r II ii 1 1 ii 1 1 n 1 per jenr.
Mrs M V Sloan I'iishlonable dress
making. Hxduslvo nnd artistic
designing. (10-01 Alex. Young
billldlng. Telophono 30,07.
iff m nEUi:vi:Di.v
I I, UitwmlHTH 3
OCT IE, 1910.
We are selling guaranteed
BLUE SERGE SUITS for
We mean by the guarantee
it will not fade; that it will
hold its color until worn, out;
that the tailoring as of gufch
character that the garment
will absolutely hold its shape.
If not, anoilior suit fi'eo
' A Style Leader
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., ltd.
fe wJ fcp .. .
t $ J jiSiraipilHJEgJEjH
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After careful investigitions of the most advanced mefho'di of burial in the civilUed, world, 0
Directori recommended tiie coniirucilon iri Honolulu of a Reinfoi-ce,d Concrete Mauwleum; and aH
er a crit'cal examination of many plans, and with the approval of the Hawaiian Board of Health,
will construct the
City Mausoleum !
particulars of which can bs obtained at the office of t ' W. MSI
The Townsend DhdcrtaKi, Co., Ltd.,
WHOLESALE UNDERTAKING ANlf FURNISHINGS '! ,'"( ' l'
JLACK CLOTH CASKETS, Complete Trimmings, with outside box for shipment or delivery J40.
COFFINS, full-sired, from $10 up. ,
We make deliveries of these in the City or to the Railroad Station or InUr.Iiland Wharves on
CHas. R. Fr&dfer
Phone 1371 122 King Si
REGAL 8H0I CO. THML
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