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HVKNINr. niH.I.RTIN. IIONOUJI.I'. T. It.. MONDAY. 8HPT. 17. 1006.
overstocking our shelves or of offering; the goods at a
sacrifice. Wc chose the latter course.
Anything you may want in the way of Roll dubs,
hose, sweaters, jerseys, pjnehing bags, boxing f loves,
dumb bells and other sporting gocd;in general can be
pcrchascd at a great reduction it you come quickly.
E. O. HALL & SON, Limited,
COR. FORT and KINO STRECTS.
SHERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I have been regularly nominated
y the Republican County Comeiitlon
r thr omro of
8HERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU
mil I hereby solicit t lit vo'cs of tin1
.-.lectors of Hie County.
A. M. nilOWN.
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY OF
Having hern regularly nominated
liy the Republican County Conten
tion for the office of
COUNTY ATTORNEY. COUNTY
i hereby solicit th' totes of tlio Meet
is of tin1 County.
JOHN W. CATHCAIIT.
COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF
I have been regularly noinlnatt'tl
y the Republican County Coiivcntloii
or the offlre of
COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF
mil hereby r.ollrlt the totes of t ho
'.lectors of tho County.
DAVID KAI.AUOKAt.ANI, JH.
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF OAHu"
I have been regularly nominated for
'lie office of
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF
y the Itcpuhllcan County Contention,
ind I hereby solicit tho voles of the
'electors of I tin County.
CHAS. IIUSTACK. Jit.
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I have been regularly nominated by
i he Republican County Convention for
he office of
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF
nil solicit the votes of tho Electors
f the County.
A. V. OKA...
REPRESENTATIVE. FOURTH DIS
TRICT. I have been regularly nominated by
'he Republican County Contention for
lie office of
nd In this manner ask for the toto
t .the Electors of the District.
E. A. LONG.
Por Want Column See Page Six
ullage and housekeeping rooms, fur
nished, at Cottage Grove, Inquire
No. 8. 3489-tt
Lady's gold natch, monogram M .'!. A.,
on Kallhl road. Reward at this of
HsF""For Rent" cards on sale at
tne Bulletin office. ,
Canvis and Linen Oxfords
White, Green, Purple, Lavender, Alice Blue, Oyster Gray,
63.50 Values to Close Them Out at $jf.75.
Ladles' $2,50 white canvas, turn sale, white heels, at ONE-
HALF PRICE JJ1.S5.
Ladlss' fancy colored Hose, to match shade of Oxfords.
L B. KERR
At Cut Prices
The Pacific Hardware
Co.'s s'ock will be offered
to you below cost. The
line duplicates our own in
so many ways that wc
have come to the point of
Onliu College began Hm slxt) sixth
cnr of school work this morning.
The registration showed that tho pro-1
,dietlci of n largo nttendanco were
not without foundation. The records J
which are not et complete, show
that In the college department 171
loglstcrcd. In the I'unnhou Preparn
tory School 273 and the Kindergarten
17. The rcqlxtratlon lor last year was
lit, 213. and Ifi, respectively. This
shows a very largo gain.
At tin College, where the student
not only lilted the main Assembly
Hall but the two side recitation
room as well, chapel exercises were
held promptly nt fl o'clock. Alter the
hymn and dcwitloual exercises con
dueled hy President Grimths, Mi.
Frederick Hastings, the new director
nf music, xiing n solo. He made a
!'. W Damon nnd I.. A, Thuistou
of the Hoard of Trustees and Supcllli
Icndcnt of Public Instruction llabbltt
wen present nnd sat on the platform
wllli the Faculty. I. V. Damon
spoke to the students iimii the dcslr
ability not only of forming correct
bnblls, but also of throwing off bad
haldts of study. Ho commented on
tho spirit of harmony nnd progress
that prevailed In the school, nnd as
sured teachers nnd pupils of the
hearty co-opcratlon of tho Corpora
tion. I.. A. Thurston gnvo sound advice
as to what to do and how to do It, He
spoko especially of The Oahuan nnd
how It might be inado an effective In
strument for arousing the Interest of
(be alumni of the school. He con
cluded by lauding the present Puna
hoti spirit and Ideals, and by urging
every student to bo Jealous of tho
good name nf the school and anxious
to promote her welfare.
After the speeches, the details of
registration and of the assignment of
tho lessons were carried out.
ALLEGED TO HAVE
Tho trial nf Halemano, the Hawaii
nn who Is charged with manslaughter
lor the alleged killing of a Chinese at j
Palamn with a blow of his fist, was
resumed before Judgo Do Dolt thin
forenoon. Attorneys Kellogg and
Olson, who were nppolnted as conn-i-el
for the defendant in the place of
Henry Hngan, who Is III, took up tho
defense today. Kellogg, a member of
tho newly formed firm of Kingsbury
& Kellogg, made his first appearance
In the local courts today, lie asked
tho Court for tho privilege of recall
ing previous witnesses, whoso tcsll
mony ho had not heard. Deputy At- '
torney (leneral Prosscr having no ob
jection, the request was granted nnd I
the trial proceeded.
Dr McDonald was tho prosccu- i
(Ion's last witness und tho only ono
called hy It today, lie testified that
the deceased had died from hemor
rhage of tho brain, resulting from a
A CO., Ltd.,
DE LIGHTED !
THAT'S WHAT C0N8UMER8 OF
Gordon's Dry Gin
ay after partaking of thli
delicious production of
the distiller's art. Truly,
tlilt gin It Perfection It
elf. A trial will con
vince you of Its superiori
ty over all other brands
offered In this market
PHONE MAIN 140.
101 TO 105 S. KINO ST.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
TRENCH MIXED CANDIE8.
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King Stx.
PHONE MAIN 131
WELCOME TO ALL.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 KINO ST.,
Opposite Gazette Office.
WHITE DUCK SUITINGS
LINEN OR COTTON
A choice line of English and
W00LEN8 AND WORSTEDS.
Clothing Made to Order.
If you want first-class work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
Schuman Carriage Co.
QUEEN ST. NEAR FORT.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
OFFICII OF INSURANCE COMMI8
September 17, liioii.
Notice Is hereby given, that tlio
"North Herman Fire Insurance Co." nf
Hamburg, ricrmany, and the "Transat
lantic Firu Insurance Co." of tho same
city have ceased doing business with
in this Territory nnd the Certificates
of Authorization and Agent's llccnr.es
of tho said Companies have been sur
rendered and cancelled as of this
A. J. CAMPnEI.I..
.1189 3t Insurance Commissioner.
blow nn I lie head, which might hato
been caiibed by n blow from n fist.
Malcniano himself was tho first wit
ness called by tho defense. Ho denied
absolutely that he had hit tho deceas
ed. He said that thu Chinese was
falling as ho approached him. Ho
illil not lilt him, but stretched out his
nrms towards him to prevent hi in
I nun falling.
This testimony will he contradicted
on rebuttal by the prosecution by the
testimony of J. I), Avery, tho stcnog
lapher, who with a few other friends
was with Halemano on tho night of
tlio tragedy. Halemano left tho oth
ers, when ho went to the houso of tho
deceased, but later on ho Joined them
again, and told Avery that ho had
struck the Chlenso and had knocked
A Paulson was arrestod yesterday
on tho charge of using threatening
language. He came up before Judge
Whitney In the Pollco Court this morn
lug ami received a llttlo rut tain lee.
turo on the Impropriety of his conduct.
The Judge suspended sentence for ono
week, during which time Paulson will
have to be good,
Harry Mohhiimii was arrested today
on tho rliargn of nrson Kntlo Still
mun nllencs tUt lie binned her hotuc
Sunday, September lfi.
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, Saunders,
towed by 8. S. Restorer, from Wnlma
nalo reef, after 27 days on tho rocks,
" p. m.
Stlnr, Maul. Ilcnnctl, from Nan Ill
will, wllh f.000 bags sugar, 21 elates
pears, 16 boxes plants, !) bags cocoa
nuts, 49 packages sundries, I:1.'! a. m,
Htmr. Noeau, Tullell, from Mono
kaa, with -ItfiO hags sugar, 20 pack
rges sundries, SO head cattle, 6 cnUes,
.1 bales bags, 2.27 a, m.
Monday, Sept. 17.
Stmr. Ilnserrans, McDonald, from
Monterey, 8 a. m.
I'. S. A. T. Iluford, Hall, for San
Francisco, 5 p. m.
S. S. Uinslng, llcrrlmnn, for Mon
terey, 7 a. in.
Stmr. .Manna l,oii, Slmerhon, for. Ko
na and Kan ports, 12 in.
Stmr. Kluaii Clarke, for Illlo and
Hawaii ports, 12 in.
Stmr. Maul, llcnnctt, for Eleclc nnd
Kolo.i, 5 . in.
Per stmr. Maul, Sept. Hi, from Ka
i.nl ports. Mr. ami Mrs. A. S. Wilcox,
Miss K. Wilcox, Master A. Wilcox, C.
S. Judd, Mr. Mcl.cun, Mrs. Omstcd, R.
Spalding, ,1. Spalding, Mrs. Sennl and
maid, MIsh Nell. J A. Palmer, Mr.
Muhlunt. Miss Mahel Wilcox. II. W. M.
Mis'. Miss Weber. 11. Wnggoner, Dr.
Snndow, Mrs. .1. O. Drown, J. O.
Drown, Nancy Katnnnn, Mrs. Chlng
Chee, Miss I ,cl Apuu, Mr. Dempster,
Miss M. Dc llrettevllle, Paul De Rrct
Ictlllc. Mr. Webster. Mr. SIicIm, Mrs.
Shcba, Master Sheba, Mrs. Ilahlwln,
Mnsler llaldwln. Mrs. A. II. II. Jiuld.
Mr. Iluclibnltz. I' M. Swnnzy. 2C deck.
Did Not Exist When Deed
To its Lands Was
Deputy Attorney Oenernl Mllverton
today filed a brief for the Territory In
his case against the Palolo Ijind &
Improvement Co. Tho company
wants to build a dam across certain
land at Kaea, In the upper part of Pa
lolo valley, for the puriioso of piping
water to Its lands near the Zoo. The
Territory objects to this scheme on
the ginund that this dam would shut
off tlie water of the Piikcle spring,
which It claims Is fed through a sub
terranean stream by the land at Kaea,
and which supplies tho Hawaiian taro
growers further, makal. Water Rights
Commissioner Mrs. Kakiilna filed a
decision In the matter, which was tin
sallsfattory to both parties, with the
esiilt that the case Is now before tho
Milvertun 'makes an Interesting and
Important point In tho claim that the
company does not own the Palolo
land nt all, because It did not become
a corporation until a month after tlio
I urporled deed transferring the land
to It by A. F. Cooke. He supports
this claim by showing that the ac
knowledgment of II. F. Ileardniorc,
one of the Incorporators, was not af
fixed In the articles of Incorporation
before Dec. 21, 1899, and was not
moil I lied by any nunc pro tunc clause,
while the deed was made a month be
fore this date.
Mllverton contends that the deed
Irnm Cooke to the company passed no
legal title, as the company had no
n Hi! existence at the time, and was
not capaho of taking nnd holding
any real property or transacting any
I usiness whatever.
Mlhcrton also goes into the ques
tion of the water supply, and recites
numerous extracts from tlio testi
mony Ho also devotes considerable
space to tho roasting n film decision
ol Commissioner Mrs, Nnliiilnn, which
ho h.ijs Is "far from being consistent,
and n number of findings Included
within the decision are not based up
on mi evidence In tho case."
FAST TRIP OFJtOSECRANS
The Pacillc Oil Transportation Com
pany's steamship Hoi-ecniiiB, from Sun
Francisco, arrived this morning fiom
ISnn Francisco after making tho fast
en trip which sho has over made from
that port. The oil supply In this city
was rather low and the Itosecrans wuj
lushed hero to supply tlio demand. In
Mp:i1 of roIiik to Monterey to loud, as
Shu would have duno under ordinary
circumstances, sho took oil from tho
tanks of the company; in San Fran
cisco and came directly heio. Sho
brings L'L'.fiOO Imriels of fuel oil, Her
timo trom San Francisco was 8 days.
Tarn Sen All Ml, a Chlncso of Ka
tnolo,' Maul, against whom Deputy
Sheriff Oeorgo Sen recently levied ex
ecution on a Judgment, has filed a suit
in truvcr against Sea, asking for dam
ages In the sum of (.1000. All Ml shows
that Sen Illegally took possession of
283 hogs of all colors, description, size
and sex, which belonged to plnlntin,
and that ho converted them to his own
use uud benefit.
Rain Coat !
i alwayo cornea In handy, Wc have just opened up a nice as- i
! tortment In the latest styles from j
! ' are the prettiest we have ever iMd. The colorings and de- i
J i signs arc simply beautiful. They range from J5 a yd. ,
j ; SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. !
Home of Good Things
, Perfect Home-Made Candy.
, Don't that sound good? There la perfection In all things and without
fear of dcnlaf! we believe we can claim our candles are near perfection.
. The candymaker here is an expert and Is always furnished with first
1 You can get any kind at The Palm, Including Chocolates, Creams, Taf-
i If you prefer Imported candy and want the best- ask for LOWNEY'3
or QUNTHER'S. We sell them.
Ludwigsen & Jungclaus,
Rainier Bottling Works jHHf
The work on board tho Sheridan
hasj been progressing very well from
the reports which come from that
vessel. There have been eight boll
cth, lioin which slcam for tho pumpH
will be furnished, placod on her decks
already, and last night steam was up
in three and thoy weio being used to
hoist material lium the deck of tho
Iwalanl, This afternoon, when Ihn
Iwalanl goes down In Ilarlicr's Point,
sho will have in tow the old Melau
chlon, which will bo u.ied In tho work
ot discharging coal fiom tho sunken,
Wrecker Sturo, who Is In charge of
the work, will not allow any more of
tho coal to be dumped alongsldo ot
the Sheridan, but it will be placed on
tho Mclanchlon and taken a little way
out to sea before being thrown over
tin side. t
The pumps will probably bo starlcd
Ibis afternoon and the walcr drained
from one ot the hatches In onlor that
thu coal may bo reachod, as It Is now
under the water which fills tlio Sheil
dan's hull. II Is expected that the
work of dUcliaiglng coal can ho com,
munced tonight nnd stevedores will
bo taken down for that purposo, mom
being taken down ns they are needed
and ns moic. hatches can be worked,
Tho examination nf tho Slicrldun'a
hull, ns mado up to the prct,unt time
by the dlveis, liau not shown any se
rious condition. In fact, the general
condition Is far better than was ex
pected by tlio local army men,
The Weekly Kitltlnn of the Evening
Rullctln giver a complete summary of
the nowB of tho diy. For SI a year,
MT-'Tir Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
lea Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
Bakery and Lur.ci Room
Not everyone who pretends to do de
veloping should be intrusted with
films that represent hard work in the
picture taking. You may have taken
infinite pains to have good pictures
and you certainly want good results.
At least, you want what you have tak
en to be properly developed. Then
how can you expect to net careful and
Intelligent work mil cs the fllmo are
taken to specialists.
We employ several cxpit film and
plate developers and havo recently
added to the number t3 as to handle
our orders promptly.
You can depend on our work to be
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
PRACTICAL PAIN1ER AND PAPER
KALSOMINING AND GRAINING.
CORNER NUUANU and PAUAHI Sts.
MEAL TICKET8 $4.5021 MEALS.
COR. HOTEL -AND ALAKEA 8T8.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin t,lveo a complete summary of
the nr.vvs of the day.
ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1906
AT 10 O'CI.OtJK A. M
salesroom, 817 Knahumanii St.,
will be sold
lllack While Print.
" While Pique.
" Midlothian Mohair,
" Dorcas While,
Men's White Hose,
l-nilles' Knney Striped Hose,
Men's Alligator Slippers,
Men's Calf nailers.
Ladles' Iliitton Shoes,
Men's Jnckct and Vest,
Men's Fancy Shirts,
JA8. F. MORGAN.
9MAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CBICAI0. ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastarn Palirta.
To Derm, . r
Ba sure your ticket read! Tta tt
For full Information call oa
B. F. BOOTH, O. A-,
Parry Building, San Pranelae, Cat.
New Pilsner Beer
came in the Alameda;
also appliances for
drawing it. You can
satisfy that craving
for the genuine im
ported Pilsner or
Wurzburgcr today at
Hotel and Bethel
S. H. WEBB
GUN AND LOCKSMITH-
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP,
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Rag.
1 lttN tttnM B.uln. Ma.kla.a .uh
Mowers cleaned, aciluitcd and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
V Fin Job Printing at the But-letlnofflc.
ut 4; . ,"tfa.rf,nfr t