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COn. FORT and KINO STREETS.
SHERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I hao been regularly nominated
tiy the Republican County Convention
for tliu ofllco of
V SHERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU
and I hereby solicit tliu totes of tlio
Klectori of the County.
A. M. IIHOWN.
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY OF
Having been regularly nominated
by the Republican County Convcn-
' Hon (or the olTIco of
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY
I hereby solicit the votes of tho Meet
urs of the County.
JOHN V. CATIICAItT.
COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF
I have been regularly nominated
by the Itepubllcan County Convention
for the office of
COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF
nd hereby uollclt tho votes of tho
Licet or a of tho County.
DAVID KALAUOKAI.ANI, JU.
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF OAHU
I have been regularly nominated (or
tho ofllco of
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF
by tho .Republican County Convention,
and I hereby solicit tho votes of tho
Electors of tho County.
CIIA8. 1IU8TACK, Jit.
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
' t taaV becn'rcRularly nominated by
the Republican County Convcntlou for
the ofllco of
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF
and solicit the votes of the Electors
of the County.
A. V. OEAR.
REPRESENTATIVE. FOURTH DIS
TRICT. I have been regularly nominated by
the Republican County Convention for
h office of
and In this manner ask for tho votes
of the Electors of the District.
K. A. LONG.
If you want first-clot work
manthlp at a low prlct, call at
rtpalr department of
SrtMii Cirriafi Ci,
QUEEN ST. NEAR FORT.
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Canvis and Linen Oxfords
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At Cut PHci
The Pacific Hardware
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so many ways that we
have come In the mint nl
COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY OF
I haw been regularl) nominated by
the Itrpubllrnn County Contention for
the ofllco of
COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY
ami I hereby uollclt tho votes of the
Klcctors of the County.
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I hao been regularly nominated by
the Republican County Convention for
the ofllco of
8ENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU,
end I hereby solicit the totes of the
Electors of the County.
I I.. McCANDl.KSS.
I hereby annnunco myself aa a can
didate for re election as a member of
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
subjeit to tho action of tho Democrat
ic County Convention.
3IG1-U II. T. MOORE.
I hereby announce myself as can
subject to tho action of tho Democrat
ic County Contention.
3161-tt RICHARD II. TRENT.
I hereby declare myself u candidate
fur re nomination as
SUPERVISOR FOR THE DIS
TRICT OF KOOLAU,
subject to the action of tho Homo Rulo
3473 tf J. K. PAELE.
NEW - TO-DAY
ESTATE OF C. AKO. IN TUB CHI
cult Court of the Third Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii. At Chambers; In
Probate. In tho Matter of tho Estate
of C. Ako, deceased. Order of Notlco
of Hearing Petition for Probato of
Will. A document purporting to. bo
the last will and testament of C. Ako,
deceased, having on the 8th day of
September, A. D. 1906, been presented
to said Probate Court, and n petition
for tho Probato thereof, and for the
Issuance of letters of administration
with tho will annexed to C. K. Al hav
ing been filed by said C. K. Al, It Is
hereby ordered that Wednesday, tho
3tst day of October. A. D. 1908, at 9
o'clock a. m, of said day at the court
room of said court at Kallua, District
of North Kona,' Ieland of Hawaii, be
and the same hereby Is appointed the
time and place for proving said will
and hearing said application.
Dated at Kallua, Sept. 8. 1906.
J. W. MATTIIEWMAN,
Judge, Clrcult'Court, Third Circuit.
Attest: JOHN GltEIO.
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of
tho Third Circuit.
Sept. 18. 25; Oct. 2. 9, 16.
Many a man has successfully chased
the duck who could never catch" a
Mrs. Scrapp "Do you really think
the world Is getting wiser!" Mr
Bcrapp "Yes, the women are telling
& CO., Ltd,
THAT'S WHAT CONSUMERS OF
Gordon's Dry Gin
ay afttr partaking of this
delicious production of
the dlitlllir'a art. Truly,
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self. A trial villi con
vine you of Its tuptrlorl
ty ovtr all other brands
ofttrtd In this marktL
PHONE MAIN 140.
101 TO 105 8. KINO ST.
May Stop Fights
"It the Ministers' Association In
sists on fonlng tho matter to an Issue
the prize fights, boxing contests which
hate been Inking place in this city will
be stopped." This statement was made
this morning by U. 8. District Attor
ney llrerkons when aakcil what stand
he ttould lake In regard to tho Federal
statute printed last night In tho Bulle
tin. He told of an interview which he
bad had with n committee from the
Ministers' Association yesterday and
said that as )ct there had been no
loruial complaint made nnd that ho
was In hopes that nono ttould bo mndo
In speaking of tho Interview Mr.
"I was called on yesterday by a com
mltco of four fiom Hie Ministers Am
ilatlon to talk over tho Federal stat
ute In regard to tlio boxing contests
which bate taken plnco recently, l
told them that whllo 1 did believe that
tho letter of the law had been violat
ed that I did not believe that It had
been violated In spirit. I spoke of tho
occasion which caused the law to be
pasted, when In 1K96 Corbctt and Kits
slinmons wcro first to light at llol
Springs and when It was not allowed
there, were going to New Mexico and
Arizona. In order to prevent, not the
contest Itself, but tho Influx of the
gambling and criminal clement wlilcn
follows n contest such as that would
be, Col. Hepburn Introduced tho bill
In Congress which Is now quoted from.
"In this city there, are very man't
of tho most rcspcctablo people, who at
tend tho contests, men who would not
think for a moment of witnessing a
brutal light nor would they allow such
a thing to go on, I enjoy these con
tests myself und have never seen any
thing even approaching tho brutality
of football games, In any contest tvhlcn
has been held In tho ring In this city.
"They replied, looking ut tho situa
tion from a betting point of view. I
simply suggested tho advisability of
abolishing Regatta Day, stopping tlio
baseball gamci and all other kinds of
sport which ure hero for the amuse
ment of tho people. I alto called their
attention to the fact' that they would
be considered fanatics If they tried to
prevent thcbe contests and that when
they did come out and attempt to stop
some serious form or t:ce and asked
the support of the people they would
find It hard to obtain on this account
"I think that tho committee lookcti
on tho matter from a rcatonable point
of view and doubt whether they will
attempt to take any serious steps In
tho matter, but If the request comes
to me from a body of such. Influence
and undoubted character as the Mm
Istcrs' Association I will surely take
action and I know that if we say there
shall be no more boxing contents that
there will be nono here."
There was a meeting held In the Y
M. C. A. rooms yesterday afternoon by
the members of the Ministerial Asso
ciation of-Jlonolulu and Cue following
committee was selected to lay the mat
ter before Mr, Breckons: Rev. W. D.
Westervott, Rev. (J. D. Edwards, Dr.
Hand, V, A. Rath and Rov, E. W
Thwlng. The matter was carefully
talked over ut the incclin.f and a sec
ond assembly for the same purpose has
been called to take place In the Y, M.
C. A. building Thursday afternoon.
O, I. Weather Bureau,
TemperHturec 0 a. m,, 74; 8 a, m.,
78; 10 u. in., 82; noon, 83; morning
' Barometer, b a. in., 29 97; absolute
humidity, 8 a, m., 7.100 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8a. in.,
72 per rent; dew point, 8 a. m., 68.
Wind B a, m,, velocity 4, direction
N, E.; 8 a, m , velocity 4, direction
N, E.; 10 a. m., velocity 8, direction
N. E.; noon, velocity 10, direction N. E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
ni , trace,
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 181 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, United States
The Weekly Edition of the Eranlni
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tat newt of tut day, For SI a yaar,
lliuicUr. Henltinlier 17
Am. Iikt. Ilmil.l. Tresiior. from llrl.
Ilhtham, 8 p m (Anchored off pott.)
.Monday, Hentemlirr 17.
II. H. A. T. Ilufurd, Hall, fur Midway
Island, to aid nf l M. H. 8. Mongolia,
ashore, II p. in.
Hlmr. Kc Ail Hon, Tullrtt, for Kauai
ports, 6 p. m.
Tuesday, Heplrintier 18.
Btmr. Manna Ixn, tiltnerson, for Ko
na nnd Kan ports, 12 in. .
btmr. Klnaii, Clarke, for Win nnd
Hawaii ports, 12 in.
fitmr. Maul, Bennett, tor Electa and
Koloa, S p. in.
A.-II. B. 8. Netadan, Greene, from
H. 8. Restorer, Combes, for Midway,
S. H. Aornngl, from Colonics, foi
H. H. Hlerr.i, from San Francisco for
Per atmr, Klnati, for Mttul and lln
wail ports, Sept. 18. Mrs. Tails, Mrs.
Chan. Winchester. T. Nadelchl, 1.
Kopke. II. II. (Ilffard, Prof. Robert
Nordholm, Mm. K. N. Booth, (leorgo
Chalmers, Jack Phillips, 11. Warren,
C. Cnpp, Mrs. T. Black and three
children. Ed. Hart, M. Ilranco, Hold.
Catton, Mrs. Cation, Mrs. K. Johnson,
Mrs, C. Steel, T. E. Martin, E. Mad
den, C. K. Peterson, C. T. Derrick,
I). K. Wilson. A. V. Peters. W. T.
Rawlins, A. Horner, J. K, Ecknrt, II.
Holmes, Jas. D. Dougherty, H. 1,.
Desha, D W. I.. Moore, Mrs. Moore,
Mrs. J T. Molr, Mrs. J. M. Mulr, A.
W. Carter, Miss Ruth Richardson,
Mrs. V. ZeavcH, J. O. Carter, Bert
Peterson, Dr. Hoffmann, Dr. Lehman.
For Maui and Hawaii ports, per 8.
H. Maunn I-on, Sept. 18. Yeo Chong.
J. M. Vitas, Miss Mcflotcla, J. A. Mc
Uulre, D, Hoffmann, Mrs. Iliimcku, J
K. Hare, A. M, Simpson, Mrs. Wan,
Mrs. P. Malukama, J. W. Pratt, Uiiccn
Lllluokalnnl, James Lino, Mrs. Es
pluda, J. K. Knhookclc. II. Do Files,
E, Johnson, Mlvs Mary Knuhane, Mrs.
Pratt. Mrs.JAucn, Mrs. I.I no and tluec
children, Ml K. Darker.
UAIL8 FOR THE
. Hidway Islands
The United Ktalcii transport Buford
whistled out at 11 o'clock latt night
bound for the Midway Islands to take
oft tho passengers of tho stranded lin
er Mongolia, in pursuance of orders re
eclved at 2 o'clock yesterday from
Washington. The Buford was the
most available vessel In port, being the
only one that could with any degree
of comfort accommodate tho largo
number of paabengcra landed on Mid
way by the Mongolia. Thcro was no
great eagerness among the officers of
the transport to make tho trip, but
orders are orders, and they went.
it Is thought that the Buford will
be fortunate If she can get away fiom
Midway by next Sunday, and she will
probably not bo back in port here
much before Wednesday or Ihursday
of next week at the booncst. It is not
going to be an easy task to take the
passengers on board at Midway. On
account of her size and the dangerous
character of the waters there, she will
not be able to approach within two
mues of tne shore, and will have to
lie outside und have the passengers
brought off In her boat3. This will be
tedious work, It Is thought, and If a
heavy swell Is running, it will take
i lie sudden orders of tho Buford to
go to Midway caused little less than
consternation among the passengers
of l lie stranded transport Sheridan
who have already been waiting, hcte
two weeks for ah opportunity to get
to San Francisco. Most of them hail
their trunks on board before they knew
of the change In the plans for the ves
eel, and many of Ibem knew nothing
of It until they went down to the dock
lo go aboard here. There they found
their, baggage being hastily removed
from the Buford, and they could hard
ly bo persuaded that they were again
dostlned to temaln hero for some time
beforo they could proceed on their In
To many of them the necessity of
stajlng here any longer U moro than
n mere Inconvenience. It Is an open
secret that muny of them are very
short nf funds, and there seems to bfa
no way for them lo obtain any relief
until they reach San Francisco. Ex
cept for the officers under orders non
of them receives any compensation
for their time. This makes It partic
ularly hard on some of them, who
started on' their journey with Just
about money enough to sco them to
San Francisco. Some are said to be
almost In positive want, and what the
additional wait may mean to them
may bo surmised.
SMSf'Tor Rent" earda on tali at
(ha iullttin office,
always cornea In handy. We luvt Juit opened up a nice at
aortmtnt In tht latttt ttylca from
are tht prettiett wa have ever had.
tlgnt art tlmply beautiful. They
SEE OUR WINDOW
(OH BEIHO liWD
Probabilities seem to be that not
much less than two weeks can elapse
beforo an attempt Is made to pull tho
;ransport Sheridan off the rocks,
though u few days may be cut oh
this If conditions hold fatornblc. Yen
Icrdny tho scow Mclanthon was towed
alongsldo by tho Iwalanl and work he-
gun unloading tho transport's coal. No
attempt will bo mado In save this, but
il will bo carried out to sea, out of the
way of salving opernllons on the ves
sel, and dumped overboard.
The Iwalanl went out today, but
took little new gear with her. Testa
of the pumps wcro mado yesterday,
nnd it wns found that they can talio
caro of the wnter without any trouble.
Otherwise tho situation Is not greatly
changed. 'Tho preparatory work Is
progressing favorably and thoso In
chargo of tho work seem confident of
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Stpt. 14, 1006,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd to Dcpt of Pub
lic Instruction D
I.ucy K llcnrlquca and hsb to Isaac
Mark P Robinson to Oahll Railway
& Land Co D
Knlllanu to Sing Shin h
I) W Kulllpulo to Sing Shit Ii
D W Kulllpulc lo Al I,
Al to Shlng Shin Agrml
M A (lonsalvcs and wf to Agricultur
al & Ind Corp of Haw D
Edward II Edwards to Agricultural
& Ind Corp of Haw D
Entered for Record Sept. 17, 1006,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Manocl dc S Tcixcira and wf to Joso
Nakamtira to Joe do Rcgo BS
Yamamoto Julchlro to II A Oerlach
R KnJIta ct al to II A Oerlach ....CM
Lam Nln to Wing Hop Tat C0....B8
Mrs Kato M Brown lo Jano Mlnto.Rcl
Jane Mlnton and hsb .to Kate M
Brown . .' D
Is the interest In baseball declining?
Fewer umpires seem to havo been
killed nnd maimed this ccaton than
usual. Atlanta Constitution.
Por Want Column Saw Pat 81
Quava Jelly, C cts. lb. Good for school
lunches. Inquire Factory, 184 Hotel
Lady's raincoat, between Kallbl and
Sheridan St. Reward at this office.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMIS
SIONER. Honolulu, Oabu,
September 17, 1900.
Notice Is hereby given, that the
"North German Flro Insurance Co." nf
Hamburg, Gormany, and tho "Transat
lantic Flro Insuranco Co," of the same
city havo ceased) doing business with
in this Territory and tho Certificates
of Authorization and Agent's licenses
nf tho Bald Companies havo been sur
rendered and cancelled as of this
A, J, CAMPBELL,
3489 3t Insurance Commissioner,
NEW V TO-PAY
Sing Wo Chong, dcalor In Cal. fruits,
cigars, toll., otc, formerly at Alakea
and King Btu., has removed to Nun
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Tht colorings and dt
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