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REPRESENTATIVE, TOURTH DIB.
t have been regularly nomlnntcd by
tho Republican Couatj Comentlon for
tho office of
1 'REPRESCNtATIVE. TOURTH
nd I roquet t tho support o( the elect
ra of the District
198 tf JOHN HU01ti:S
IDLPU1Y SHtsRIIF, DISTRICT OF
Hating been rogularlv nomlnnteil bj
the Republican Coumi Convention for
itho olllco of
DLPUTY sheriff, district
I horeby sollrit the otcs of tho Klcct
ors nf tti Pii-trht
Wilt HENRY 0 VII)
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY OF
. Minting been regularly nominated
?by tho Republican County Couten-
ftTon for tho ofllco of
t? COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY ,
1 herebj &ollcll Ui "Im or llif Ulcct i
ors of the Count) i
REPRESENTATIVE, FOURTH DIS-
1 hftve bf.n rgular liomlli ited b ;
(In' Ilomibllcnii r.mn Convention (or
1 (he oinco of
-tnil I rcc.iiit the tupport of tho clt-ct
ur of Ihr Pmtrkl
3S-tf W T RAWLINS.
RGPRESCNTAriVL. TOURTH DIS
, , I RICT.
' I Imve been rccularly nominated by
tho Republican Cuuntv Contention fui
li o'fllee- of
' ItLWKhaENrATIVE, TOURTH
and In Uils manner ash for the votes
Of the Eltetora el He District.
, C A. LONG
REPRESENTATIVE. TOURTH DIS- I
t htio bem rrcularl) nominated by
the Republlran Count Convention for
the office of
RtPRE'JENTATIVE, TOURTH i
nd I request tho support of the elect
ors of the District
3i'Jl tf A. P CASTRO,
COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY OF ,
'ijhate been regularly nominated by I
tfeo Republican Count Contention for
th,o, odlco of i
v COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY I
CV iiMil t linriilit afitli-lf tlto iftt.n. nf lliu
tJV '-"". .w.io l '-
Elcciois of the Count)
COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF,
,l ha,Yo been regularly , nominated
by Uia "Republican Count) Contention
for the olllce of
COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF
and hereby solicit the totes of the
Electors of the County
DAVID KALAUOKALANI. JR.
SUPERVISOR. COUNTY OF OAHu"
1 hate been regularl) nominated for
the office of
SUPERVISOR. COUNTY OT
by the Republican County Contention
and I hereby eollc't the totes of the
Klectorc of tho Count).
C1I6 HUSTACE, JR.
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF OAHU
I haio been rogu'nrly nominated by
tho Kepublkmi Count) Convention fon
tho ofllco of
V SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OT
and solicit tlit- votes of the Electors
ct the Count;.
a. v. aEAn.
K SENATOR, COUNTY OT OAHU.
I have been regularly nominated b)
the rttpubllean Count) Con.'cntlon for
the office cl
SENATOR, LOUNTY OF OAHU,
and I hreby soloi.lt the votes of tlio
electors ot tho Count)
C 1" ClIILUNOWOHTII
SENATOR, COUNTY OT OAHU.
ff 1 bae been icgularly iiumluutcd by I
the Ilepiibllcan Count) Convention for ,
tho otnee of
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU,
f'lid I hereby solicit the voteb of the
Klcclnra nf Urn founty.
b L McCANDLCSS.
- " ,
SHERIFT, COUNTY OF OAHU,
i I hav been regularly nominated
by the riopubUcaa County Convention
for the office of
SHERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU
and I horeby solicit the votes of tho
i:ieduiK of tho County.
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The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co
The Kohala Sugar Co,
The Waimea Sugar Mill Co,
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Oco T. Plake Steam Pumps.
Weston's Ccntrlfug its.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
of Boston. .
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Alexander & Baldwin
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t. P. Baldwin , President
1. U. Cattle Vies Presldsnt
fJ. M. Alexander ..Steond Vies Pres,
L. T. Peel: Third Vie Pras
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
2. E. Paxton k..6ocretary
V. O. Smith Director
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WW. a IRWIN. ..President and Mgr.
JNO. D. SPRECKELS..1st Vice Pres.
W. M. CIFFARD 2d Vic Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
E. I. SPAULDINQ Auditor
Ocranle Steamship Co, San Francisco,
Western Sugar Retiring Co. 8an Fran
Baldwin Loeomotlvs Works, Phils
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ttirers 'of NatlonsrCihe' Shred
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Short Stories For Evening Hours
HIE INEXPERIENCE OF MARY
A strong brown hand moved the
duU (hair out of the sun.
"Thank you!" Tho girl sat down;
the was slight mid fair, vllh a look of
exit fine youth and freshness.
'the movement had been ono of In
oluntnr), It nlismt mlmUd, lourtciy
on the sctond engineer's part, but hi
happened to glnnic at the girl as she
ent down, He piuscd, nnd, leaning
over tho taffrnll, pulled at lila nioui
'llun III, htncn'l )ou7"
"cYs, ilrcailfully," was her answer,
with a llltlo shiiiblcr burn of khUctliiK
'ItuJujIiiK )our flrt trip?"
Tlag Irl glaiued lit him with olnlutu
'How iculil )ou know It was my lint
Ho pulled hU moustaihc again to
hide u smile.
"Vuu'rc ko Intcrralcil In cer) tiling.
Like the b.ibles, )ou'rc ulnu)a takltiu
! The rorcs deepened.
"It Is all su new and so delightful!"
I she added. ,
llo atiulesied. "Yes, It Is new anil
! wry delightful!" Uut he meant soin
j thing else.
' doing to settle out here?"
"Yc. I think so," She looked up at
' him Blijly. "What are your duties! Da
tell me. I want to know everything.'
. Ho bo begun to explain the duties ol
' . a.1 tft.lfttfhnH nt n 1 nttilfilt hint
! u rt- wim viibiuvvt vii n luiiuvu mm
UIuic liner, and from Kcncrulltlpfl tluy
(.ulcKly tlrlfic-l towardH pcrpunalltlcii.
She n rlcllght fully, nlmurrily oun
with ucw nnd untried Ideas on ccry
thins under the sun.
Ha wait nn rxnorlrnril man nf th
I ....-i.i .... .i i.. .n.AiA i...i..k...iH
, and oultlsm lorn of so many trlpj br.
iwccn souiuampion unu tuuic nay. i
Oheu a mutual K)inpatliy nnd attrnc I
lion, friendships ripen qulckl) nn board
u ship. The) seldom last; but they
Kprltig up like wonderful trunk nl How
era that am horn and die In tho spiun
of a day.
l'ronlnnultv. that fatise of manv true I
edlcs. lino w cither, jicrlcU health, and
luc glamor oi tnc sea anu sunsuinc aw
Iieforn two or three da)8 had passed
tho Mrl began lo look for him, to know
the hours when he wa off duty, and
I greet him with u smile of lliittcrlni;
Sailors aro proverbially tmlVcrsal
I locrs, and Arthur Hullins hud not
IKeil his !C yeara without many flirt i
tloiW; but there wns an unusual clo-
incut ot frcshncsB and IncxiH-rlciitu
client the girl that fascinated him. lis her tho truth, mid put it off tu the clcv
meant nothing hcrlouu, only It win enlh lioui. Ho )lelikd to her Innoient
hi way to make lorn to all women, It ilinrm and the pleasure of tho muiiiept,
he found them sufficiently' Intercrllti,- nnd the good resolutions he linl-maile
To tho girl, (onilng as she did fiuiu lo iffnco the luiprcssloti of lint one
a quiet little country town, ho Bccmtil mud nlghl ebbed away, and lie thought,
a ory hero of romiinie, and sh "Only u girl's llrst futu.), she'll forget
Urulghtway lost her girlish heart tu It!"
him. i llo wns not nail) bad or vicious. He
1'lcnsant ihats In the morning, wnlkt) as simply what so many men aw,
on tho dedt In the moonllKht, waltns, cak hud procrastinating; nnd hi
in which shfeostjlicrnclf In u drcatiHtlilugniwant on tlll,.thuAiilsht bofotc
of moonlit sea' and tho subtle- ninth' thry Ute lo Mud at Capo TowifJ
of u hunting melody, and nothing They met as usual oil deck after dlu
rccmed real but tho strong arm round ner.
her; Minuets which they watched to' "Arc jou sorry tho o)uge now:'
Ecthcr, nnd whoso beauty brought out "ho naked.
tho thoughts that llo deep down In tbfl "Son)!" There w at a world nf
hdirl nml.Kdtlnm rise to. thn-lliu! nil meaning III the one wyril uh rhnsjiokt.
jUtof. wliKh were u thrlic-told tale tn
the man, wcro rnihantcil Arabian
Nights to the filrl, and her faeo was aj
I, an open look wherein all who ran .
Oikc he made up his mtud that hu
had let things go too far, and for n ilu
or two was quite cool nnd loiirtcous nnd
dlblant. Mary nnimlsou tjld nothing,
only n pained perplexity grew In htr
e)cH. It worried unci hurl him, hut hn
icrscvcrod, and coterlly wattlied thd
EUUflllliU Jltlll, 1IU1U IIL'I lllll., UIIU If
wrary lUtlciisncss trecp Into her mini
Ono night after dinner there wns to
be a toiucrl umong tlio third tlass p.u..
reuperu, organized by a mild )ntiiig
curate, who cnjo)rd his bilef author
ity nuinzingly. The (lx? t and hccoiuN
data pacsengcra had flocked to It, and,
to Judgo from their peals of laughter,
found It highly amulng.
Holllns felt In no mood foi frivolity,
and, lighting a cigar, walked along tho
deck. Intending to hao a qultt smoke.
Hound tho other side he came sud
denly upon a Military figure lu white
leaning against tho taffrall. Thtra was
ii wenry dejection about tho poxn Iliac
touched him, lln hesitated, took a
lew steps ouwnrd, then bweried (harp
ly round, and, mentally tinging his g)il
iriolutlons to the winds, camo up tu
, . -
.1 ! U H a
IN;WMUnu.jUiiU,3inn..-on i om ( ,
An) thing to pet that luul. out of her
"Sar faring? ' he K.ild lilitl). I
"Art they not ttondtrrnlT rho an-
Bwcrril. "I ookl That large one (.ends'
quite n beam of light mross the watu.
It U rcall) it starm beaml"
A little pause.
He tried to think of iiotncthlim Im
personal to ray. Woul whhh ho dared
not ultcr were clamoring at hH llin
Ilaxc 1 offended )0U?" 1ib went on
' Offended mc tlood heavens! No
Why do )oii ask?"
" dou t kno'w; )ou rccmed, Mini.)
how, different lately."
Iter volie, Miumled unecrtaln.
"Did I? I'm rurr). Wont Jim f(.r'
give me? ' lie cleared litis llirout nerv-
uusly mid pltihcd his ilgar nway.
Ah-J for his good Intciitlmis
"Won't )oii forrlvo mo?" Iih repint
id. "Dun t look nt tho stars; look nt
inel" Klio turned to him In Kiirpili.e;
the lono (if hN Miho wns new lu lit-r.
"That's tho only Mar gazing I inru
liliout," ho wild.
tiho laughed liuppll), trcmuloual).
"How aluurdt Yim'ro giltlug sen
timental." "Why not?" Ills hand tinted ocr
hers on tho liiffrall. Isn't the night
mado for loo and liners?"
"Hut wo nrq not Iomts," sho whis
pered, "Aro wo not, Mary?
Ho gac n hurried look round. A roar
of applause cam from the other tint.
XdZ. . i..H i.i.Vwi
aV?. ??. " ,U l"A.r.1 Z.. ,
ItU J i"-inxjl txi nix- iiiiriuvsi its j iiuuft-
Iratlou, and, bending his head, klsred
There Wax light enough for hi in tu
see her fate, altered and transflgtin-d
with emotion, and very beautiful. He
KUurtl linr nrfitii wltli n kind nf Hrrio
uerpalr, then, with a whispered "(lood-,
"" " .......v...; " -
SJio did not feel It strange that he
r'jouhl leao her so aliruptl). Shu was,
uthcr glad to be alone for u 1 1 It In
while, and sho leant there still, trjlus
to rcallzo this wonderful thing that
had tome into her life.
Tht mxt mnriiliitr when llo (-line
along the tleik sho wns almost loo shy
In 1r.nl. n. l.l.M U in fnl, .intlll. fill.
i-ald mat they wero loers sho wns
1 crfutly happy and tnulcnt; but hu
was III at cue nnd ushnmcit of himself.
During tho few da)H thai remained
he nuidc un tils mind many tlmea lu tell
"Aren't you? ,vc sha'l nlwa.leol.
"I shall," ho answered. "Vouio
jouug; )ou n lorgci.
"forget! Ah, how nn )ou Kay that?"
How Btrango to speak of forgetting,
the gill wondered. Holllns felt like a
man who, slutlng on thin ko, tonus
suddenly to tho part murlted "Dangir
oils," and knows there Is no turning
hnik, mid so ho stumbled blindly abend,
feeling ngucly for words that would
Koften the blow,
n".V may not meet again. I should
like to think )ou alwii)s remembered j
our friendship with kindness."
Friendship! What did he mean? I
"t am leaving tho porWce soon and'
tettllug down with my wife and child
The ko wni broken. Ha paused and
ther? was sllcme.
llo went on lamely,. conscious ot n
sudden rlgidily In the figure bcsldu
him, but not ihrlng tn look at hen fail'.
"I'orgUo me! 1 tupposo I should
liavo told you all this before, but soini--hinv
Tie behaved llko a sneak and a
toward I "
"I Ji'sl drifted, not thinking. Try
not to think Inn hardly nf mc "
If only.khe would say something!
"Mary Miss KmmUon!" llo muted
a step nearer.
f IVUFt HI lllfl, UIIV .lb U..... .. .It,. I. ,,llk,V. Ul I, VI 111, IIU1I1I 111111 IHV
pressure of his lip on hers. It scinicd I stone turned Inward.
lo tier that everjone who looked at I II looked exactly like a wedding ring
her miuit know It, must seo on hirt Yes; she would do It. With rolcd en
mouth 'some tnngllilo sign of it. crgy she rapidly Qnlshed In r paiktiig,
He wis rnthcr quiet mid rcscrcd,. mid went to hrcakfatt, Hllpplng tho
but It did not hurt her now. llo had' ring Into her pursa meanwhile.
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Tho third engineer came along.
"The rhlcf Is usMng for you wants
you at otuc."
"Kxmso mo ono momenll" It was
the ropo (lung nut to the drowning man
In Dip ice, mid ho relied It gladly. "I'll
be back In a few moments Just a few
Mary tood quite still till his Etcpj
had rented; then slio turned shariily,
and somehow nbo novcr know how
tho found herself In her cabin wltli the
door docktd m
She felt on tho bunk, and for hourj
flic lay there, moaning a little now and
then, but chcihlng herself Instantly for
lenr any one. might hear and wonder,
Towards the morning she tlroppud
off Into an uneasy dorc, and wnklntf
with tho glurloua African huh pom trig
(low n on her, rat up and wondered at
' lini-AAlf Iml tii flpAauml fl rail II rtl lis (Itn
herself being dressed. Orailunlly the
memory of hist night came back to her,
nnd slio rote, and, with a talmness that
surprised her, looked at herself In the
Htnrlng c)ch and white face.
This would nut do. Her girlhood had
gone, nnd her riiddclily awakened
womanhood Hire lo the oicaslon.
Kho lindrc4?oil. and. slipping on her
j wrapper, went to the bathroom When
1 she returned she felt billcr, and began
In pack. Hhe refused to let her mini.1
dwell on an) thing; there was llm4
enough In nil the cnrn In ionic for
lliat, If she were lo get through at
nil without breaking down she muot
I not think.
I Kho gathered some glocs togithcr
nnd laid Ihcin In n box, but hir nitloni
were quite uieihaniial and her thoughts
"Why had ho led her to think he
lined her? How wns It she had grown
In laro so much in so short a time? '
Sho (linked herself abruptly and
went nn packing; bill her mind swung
back lo tho one Idea.
He had raid that they were locrs.
I What had she Mid or done
Ubould daro to think . A
ml nil the
lime ho war married married! Oil,
the shame of It!"
Something rolled out of a scarf Bhc
was folding. She pkked It up from the
It was a little ring her brother had
i ..i. ... i.nH - ..imi ..i.i -t ...ui. ..
,n). turqunso In It. 'the setting was
iiuuiui nni original.
As rhu lifted It, with tho thought of
hU nlfo mid ihlld In her mind, an Idea
iiuiio to her that took her breath nwny.
l'or fully ten minutes she sat there
staring nt tho ring with a Ilxid cxptcs
Then qulil.ly, furtUcly, In an almott
j guilty fatdilon, sho Bllpped it on the
fltl.l Uni.n. nt l.nw lull I.kh.I .. 1(1. ,. i
On ilcil. all was burn -anil
people riiylng '(loodb)" to eaih othci,
Irlcuds making nppnfntmcnts for future
meetings all the larlcd life nnl move
ment or a mall steamer landing at Cape
Holllns, wnUhliig engcrly, miv her
tomlng alohg tho ileil, with hrr head
held lightly erect. Through-tht-long,
slceplcra night hours he had seen him
t'lt ns ho really wns, nnd he was
ncnoiisly nuxloiiH ns to how she would
With tho cxiltcmciit of nctlng n part
for tho llrst time In her life, her lolor
had tome bad,, her c)cs shone. ,
Mho Mreclnl-hlnr with a aiiunv smile
that hn4 something! nevjn It a Kind
ui nam iinguincas; mil, ne wns too
ngltated lo notko that, -lie only saw
Hint she luiikrd rosy nnd smiling, nnd
it giral no of relief lluwcd over hlnu
. Of iiuine, sho hud notrcnlly iarcd;
tic had worried himself needlessly.
v h! our pleasant trip Is ocr," she
I "Yes." Hu timid not Biullc hliiiLClf;
e shallow seemed on htm. Ho began lo
thank that perhaps ho had tand more
than thu girl.
Hhe gao him her hand frankly.
"Well, good by, jou'tc been bo kind!
I shall always remember my flat trip."
lie wlut oil, it lias been quite a ucw
Her hands wcro gloiclcsx, nnd sho
laid one on tho wooden rail ns she pro-p-tred
to defend lllu eyes followed It
mm lieiamc meted.
Tor it few scionda ho could not sneak:
llii'ii, with an effort, he pointed to the
"You are married?" he said. Ill
voire was full of blank amazement.
She laughed lightly.
"Oh, )cs; I am going to Join my hus
band up i nun try."
"Wlu hno )oit not' worn that hu
fore? Why did )ou "
hhu hroko In.
'Oh! I know an unmarried girl hni
n mm li iietter chance of enjoying ficr-
celf on n boat than a married one. I
have cnji)fd II1I.1 trip.'1
"I ui'," ho said bitterly, and
l.iughed, too; "l'o been easily taken
"We wero buth rnthcr 1 lover, weren't
we?" she said. ' (nut bye. and good
UJ -1.1-- . .
62 King Street.
Pure blofid makes the skin
clear, smooth, healthy.
Impure tlooJ blotches the sVIn with
plinplos, Mr, bolls, ccicnia, eruptions.
Mr. (1. W. uiirlncr, Kccilctown, Va , tells
of the lid conlltloa lie was in, and now
he wi cured hj
"Shortly Kttrr IcAtlnR coltfRi", I i
troubled with n (kin ill.rmo Mitilionl
luoir flrnt at the aultlen. I'lirrlrhnn ro
Douncsd It eczeain, ami treated mo lor tli.it
complaint. Tho eruption crrpt alnnly tip
roy llmlia, and on tho Uxl), until It rrnd
nprd thn wtinls frame. It give rnn Inlltille
troiibto, with rnnntant llcl.lnff, ratting on" of
dryacalnysndsvateryll'inld wlileli would
exniH from under tbo aralea I tmtrd It
for ore r tlirw yenrs unnef rafnlly. and was
tnubln tnrlicek It until I lgan lns Ayrr'a
KirmiarUla. I nurd thrn ltt'. of tliU
meillclnr, nnd wa rninplrt'lj rurM my
akin hrcoiulng aa amooth nnd clear as
Thero aro many Imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
link and many thanks!"
He boned with a set smile, bereft of
She went down the steps nnd oer.
tho gangway with btemly steps. Ilalng liee'i reguhrly iiimilii.iled
On thn landing stage shu turned and by Itho Democr.itle County Couvc.i
wacd the hiind with the ring on, then ' Hon for the ofllio of
inoieil to a tab, and was swallowed tip 1 TERRITORIAL SENATOR,
In the irowd. 1 1 hereby Miloell the ctcs of the Klccl-
llnlllns went strnlght to the bar and. ors of the Count).
ordering n stiff whlckey unit soda,'
uraiiK 11 ni a iiraiigui; mm 111 mc enn
Mnr) was slirlng with aching, tinteclug
r)caiit the kIiccIkuiuI dust nf tho doiks,
nnd thanking Coil for tho strcngtli that
luul carried her through it.
GRAFT IS UNEARTHED
Manila, Sept. 19. Captain Ira
rredcndall of thu quaitcrmiistcr's do
p.iitmcnt was charged in the Couit ut
1'lrst Instance In this city this aftcr
iiixiu with mlkiipproprhitloii of public
Tl.o filing ut these clmrioJ Is the cula
mtn.ition (if extennho liitestlnattuns by
tho Insular authorities Into 1111 alleged
tcrles of frauds perpetrate I b) mem
bcru of tho qiiartcrinii'jtui'ii department
lu the riilllpplncs.
The1 Inquiry lesullcd in tbo dlsenv
cry of padded pa) mils In quaiterimis
tor's sliujH nnd grafting lu the len.c uf
lighters. Iloth nflkci-s nnd civilians 111 e
Implk-nted and court-m.irtlils will fol
low the present court ,priicecd lugs.
Washington, Sept. ' 1 it. l'arj re
ports of tha iu obligation Into the
operation of tho iiuaileriu.lalcr'rf de
partment bine u-jched tho War Depart
incut from lime to time, hut the in
quiry Is not llnlthe.l Mini)' olllccra of
the nriii) nnd aiinii of tho emplo)os of
tho chll gm eminent llguio In this In
eetlg,i(lon and all uf the-m hao been
separalil) i.illcd iipnit to explain tho
conditions uuJer which they tirdcicd
furniture nnd other goods from tho
DRUGGISTS MUST BE CHARY.
They Sell All Kinds of Hair Prepara
tlons, and Fear to Dlocrlmlnatc.
Drugglslii sell nil kinds of I1.1I1 prep
rations, mid ns n rulo they mo wisely
cliar) of giving prcfcre-iuo to any pai
tleular oiu, but ninny of them lint a
tiiino out plainly for Nowbiii'u Herpb
tide, tho new treatment tli.it nbsolutp.
ly hills tho diiudiiiff genu. II. Sunn
ni'll K. Hon, Chnmpalgn, 111 , say: ' Oiu
customer of tiurn who did not lint a n
bnir mi top of his head when ho he-an
lo iiho lleipleldc, now ban n lair start
towards u good head of halt. Wo lie-
lh)i llerpkliln In bo by far thu best
preparation of its kind on thn imir
krt." Hiindrt'ds nf similar tcHtlmo
nlals from ever) where. Hold by lead
lug druggists, Send l"c. lu stumps
for snmplu to Thn Hripkldo Co, De
troit, Mkh. Holllster Ding Co, spc
Polltlcal Notices .-
REPRESENTATIVE, FOURTH DIO
I, lmlng In en ri-gulnrly nomlnattd
y tho Dcnmirnllc Cuiinly Convention
lor tho iiflkc of
rupient the support of the Klcclura of
If EDWARD IMIIIAM.
DEPUTY SHERIFF, DISTRICT
llalne been recuhrly nomliialed by
Ihr, Dcmoetntlo County Convention Tor
(ho ofrlic of
DEPUTY 8HERIFF, DISTRICT OF
I he-reli solklt the otes of the elect.
orn of the CminU.
2l!iilf WM. P. JAItllKTT.
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY OF
Having be'ii rcguhrly nnnilinled
by the Democratic (Jniiitl) t'omen
lion for tbo nffltc of
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY
I hereby Millcll tlio Milei of thn Kleit
ors of the C'o.inly.
W. W. 'IIIAYIIIt.
I Into been reguhrly noiiiln iled liy
Hid Dcinot rnlle Cniuil) Cii.iicntluii for
the ollleo of
COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY
and I hereby solicit the ooa uf Ihc
Electors of the Comity.
ciiah 11. ittwi:.
C. J MiCAUTH,Y.
Ilailng been regularly iiiimliinted
by tlio Donuieratlc C01111I) Cntitcn
Hon for tho tilllee of
COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF
I hereby inline thn Mites ot tlio i:icct-
,ors of the Couiily.
..lA.M.I.l II. IV, IIUl'IM.IO.
NOTICB TO CRCDITOR8.
ESTATE OF JOSEPH H. NI3IIWITZ.
llil iitidrislgiii'd hnng been n;i
noluleil Admliili'.lrnlor of tho entalc of
Joseph II. N'lshwlt7 of Lnnhbiirg. Cal-
irornln. dcionscd, iiollco Is liereliy
ghcit to all persona having claims ,
against thu tald e-slnlo to present tho
unit) to Iho undersigned nt Iho olTleo
of C. II. Dickey lu Honolulu, properly
aiithoiiiliatcd within six months, of
this date or they will be forever bar
red. llOMIIlt NIHHWITZ.
Administrator Ustntn of Ju.4cpl
II. Nlshwltz, Deceased.
:il52 nepl, o, 15, 22. 2D.
Is hereby given that u new direct
ory of sulisi rllurn nf the Mutual Tele
plinno Co, Ltd , is now being lompllcd
nnd will appear 1111 or about Oct. ICtli.
Subscribers desiring any change, (if
name or address, and Intending i.uli
serlbers, nrn respeetfully requested to
lcno liistliKllniiH ut thu olllco uf tho
company before Oct, Kith, after which
dalo no now naiiteo will bo added tn
Honolulu, Sept. ISIh, 190ll.
MUTUAL lUI.KIMIONi: CO., LTD.
LAND Di:i'AUTMi:NT. TCItltlTOltY
NOTICE OF SALC OF LANDS AT
At 12 o'clock noun, Thursday, Ocln
her Itlh, linn, at finul entraneo to Ju-
dieliry llulldltig, llouululu, them will
bo sold at l'ubllc Auction, under tho
provisions of 1'uit lVi Ketlloii IT.
Land Ait. 1815, (Hertlou 2TU tolaed
Laws of Hawaii), thu folliining
loth or ciioici: land i.ooati:d
ON MAKIKI SLOPES, KONA,
Lot No, Atea. Upact Prlco.
f89 9SJ0I) sq ft Jt7.r,0 00
69(1 i:il'i70 " r.7D0.00
591A I,7t75 " 25UOH0
' S'Mll 77.IOU " :i7.r,0 0i)
5'2 12C7fi " 2750 00
Ti'imii: Cash, 11. H. Hold Coin.
Kor plans nnd fuitluj puillculuis ap
pi) nt Laud Dep.iitnicut, Judkhtiy
JAS W. I'llATT.
Commlsslouci of l'lilille I .anil a
llonolulii, T. II., Scptombcr 11th,
ntcc-sopt u ir, sj. s9: Oi'i. . to.
8TEW PANS and GARDEN H08E
rl8HNE1S, TWINE AND BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH AT
A, FEBNANGEZ & SQU,
Nos. 44-50 King St., Katiey Block, net.
Nuuanu and Smith Stt.; Tel. Main 189,
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the llulletln Pub
. - .ij.