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Mlowern Nov. 14
Vol. XV III No 3514
HOME RULERS SLOW
IN FILING THEIR PAPERS
Last Chance To Enter
Race Gone At Midnight
REPUBLICANS AND DEM.'S
EACH ONE MAN SLOW
BUT THREE HOME RULER3 HAVE
SO FAR FILED THEIR NOMI
NATION PAPERS WITH
Today In the last clmuce for the can
didates running fur county olttco lu
die their nomination papers and fees
with County Clerk Knlnuokalanl,
Those who havo not done so when the
clock strikes tho solemn midnight
hour, will he foruver barred.
The Republicans hae practically
nothing to fear lu this direction. Cv
ci jo lift of their candidates, with the
rlneln exception of W. V. Harris, run
ning fdr Hupprvlsor-nt;Large. had by
this noon filed papers and fees, and
was therefore safe. There I no fear
that llarrla will ,bo left out, as strenu
ous party workers are now on his trail
to see to It that ho 111 hi" papers be
fore It In too, late.
The Democrats aro In a position very
clinllur to that of the Republicans.
ti-l-iirv nim tt llinlr r-tl II .11 .1 tl I MM lllltt1 ftlltf!
papers with one exception, Manley (1.
K. Hopkins, turn i as is mo rasa
with Harris, being looked nfter by the
II in III UIU llUlllfl ItUlU IUIIIF 111..
there may he a great slaughter of the
innocents. It looks at present as if
tho majority of tills party's candidates,
or at least d fair percentage of them,
wore going to be left at tho post with
out a chnnro to enter tho rare at all.
As the papers must bn accompanied In
each case by a $25 fee, and tho Home
Killers aro notoriously noblo but poor,
this may bo Romu explanation of tho
fact that only three of thu candidates
on the entire Home Utile ticket have so
lar entered tho lists.
Tho noble thicc who have II led their
papers aro Abraham Fernandez, tho
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iate Democrat, who Is now running mil
Il.e Homo Rulo ticket for Supervisor-
nt-ltrge; Samuel K. Nonr. candidate
fur' County Attorney; nud (Jcorge K.
Ko ktiuoha of SuuervlFor Investigation
lame, who is out for the Deputy Sher
A magnificent finish for a
new grade of very durable
furniture. Chalra, Rockers,
Desk, Tablet apd Magazine
Tables are now on display of
1053-10S9-1O65 BI8HOP ST.
4 r tt Mfft. tUr. ft
MA III'. IN NtiW YUHKi
I 3:30 O'CLOCK
PLANTATION IS GOING AHEAD
of tho Home Rule candidates not a
word has been heard, and while, some
of those In town may ho able to hustle
themselves Into the ring before mid
night. It seems very doubtful that
those who are living In the country
will bo nble to make It. The Homo
Killers at their meeting yesterday ord
crcd outsiders out of the hall white
they canvassed tho candidates to learn
who of them has the requisite $25 per.
The throe Independent candidates
who are running fur the Koolaupoko
Supervlsorshlp, J. K. l'ncle, David
Watson ami k. w. Davis, nave an uie'i
their papers, as has also Frank II.
Archer, who Is nfter tho Kwa Super
vlsorshlp. They are the only indo
roudonta who have done so.
The totals, of .candidates who had
filed papers and fees tip to this noon
are 17 Republicans, 1.1 Democrats, )
Homo Rulers and 4 Independents.
Your grocer sells I'ol Breakfast Food.
Tax Jippeal Case
The Supreme Court this afternoon
delivered an Important declsloniln fav
or of tho Territory In the sultugalnst
II. M. Holt, trustee for the Knud.
Ken estate, comprising the'Mcllryde
plantation on Kauai. The tax appeal
court decided on a return of $140,000
as against ar assessment of $393,525,
and the tax .assessor appealed to tho
,,,,,,. U)Uy wlh , regut iat Ul0
.,,,, of 10 (BX uppea , was
wveraea ntid the assessment placed at
The decision says in part:
"The property Involved Is tho inter
est in a certain lease from tho govern
ment for 30 years from January 1,
1890, at an annual rental or $4000. This
Interest was arsessed at $75,000 until
1899 when it was .raised to $150,000,
slnco which time It Iibh remained the
ramn till this year. Most of the land
Ik subleased by the taxpayer. Thu av
erage net Income received by tho tax
payer for the past tlvo years has been
"In this case It Is clearly apparent
lwn i,, uiuuiiiii iixuu uv mi, ihx min
,,, ,..,, ,.., ,' ,. A ,..,.
that tho amount fixed by the tax rotn-
bderntlon of a tllo cvjcCo shows
-.. .... ugBes8nient should ho at least
$275,000. The decision of tho tax up
peal court Is reversed and tho assess
ment Is fixed at $375,000."
Smith & Lewis appeared for the
trustee and Deputy Attorney General
F. V. Mllverton for the assessor.
Manley a. K. Hopkins this afternoon
tiled ills nomination papers for County
Clerk on the Democratic ticket. Tills
makes all tho Democrats sate. II. W.
Donne, Home Itulo candidate for Sup
ervisor, also Hied his papers this af
ternoon, but tho majority of the Home
Utile candidates are still lo be heard
from. W. W. Harris, the only ono of
the Republican candidates who Is not
yet in lino, will file his papers this af
Fin Job Printing at th tut-
We Have The
In elothet to meet your de
sire. We have had the prop
er qualities right along, aven
those of ultra-fashionable cut.
Iconildering the very reas
onable price at which good
clothes are sold nowadaya,
there Is no excuse for any
man not to be drctied In ac
cord with Faahlon,
TEL, MAIN 20.
CORNF-P FORT AND HOTEL STB.
Advertisins is a lubricant that Reduces
(Attoclatld Vrttt Special Cablt)
SPOKANE, Wash., Oct. 10 Reno
Hutchinson, the secretary of the Y. M.
C. A., was murdered today by a foot
pad. WAR8AW, Russia, Oct. 16. Forty
five Terrorists were captured today.
DURHAM, England, Oct 18. The
entombed men In the Wlngette Col
llery were rescued today.
Tho Republican party workers of
the Fifth District, who boem to bo fnr
more effective than thiiuo of tho
Fourth, havo completed thu nationali
ty tables, showing tho raco'of the
voters who am registered for this
election. The Hk.ui en fur thu out side
preclnctH woro completed today. They
aro as follows:
1, Koolaupoko 180 11
2, Koolauloa 201 :r,
3, Walalua 1C! 38
, Walanuo 115 8
5. Kwa Mill 35 31
Total 700 1H
Tho totals for tho rest of the pre
cincts wero: Hawalluna 1780, liaoles
354, Portuguese 12C, Chlneso 131, and
Japuueno 2. This makes the totals
lor tho entire Fifth District compare
wllh that of tho former election, as
Hawnllans "202 248C
liaoles 847 468
Portuguese 141 177
Chinese 107 134
Japanese " 2
"" This Hbows an enormous decrease
of liaoles, a fairly good increase of
Hawallans, and a small lucrease lu
tho number of Portuguese aud Chi
nese. Applv Now
A tingle day's delay may forever
lose you the chance of securing life
Insurance. Every year the
declinet thoutandi of persons, many
of whom, had they applied In time
would have been accepted.
Insurance In the Prudential Is a
bltttlng. Apply for It NOW.
IKE HAWAIIANS .
Fort Rt, Honolulu
BULIET1N IK. KE HE MONEABACK
OF HAWAII. TUK8DAY.
REP.'S MEET AT PALAMA
ANI AT EMMA SQUARE
NO LESS THAN 8IX POLITICAL
MEETINQS ARE SCHEDULED
TO BE HELD THIS
Tho Homo Rulers and Ibo Demo
crats will probably have n warm scrap
tonight; at least, everything hat
could bo done by tbu Hume. Itulcra to
provoko ono has been dune, Thu
Homo Hitlers are me aggressive par
ties. It is thus:
Some days ago tho Democrat!) made
public the various meeting placet)
which they would Ubo during tho rust
of tho campaign. Among these was
tho Kumalae block at Kalciiko. where
they have slated thcmsclvoa lo appear
tonight. The Homo Rulers this noon
teld a meeting tot decide on where
they would meet tonight They found
that tho Democrat!! had chosen the
Kumalae block and n spirit of mis
chief prevailed among them, prompt
ing them to do the same. According
ly, It was decided to announce this
tamo placo as tho seeuo of a Home
Ruin meeting tonight, and Henry Me
heula was instructed to bo on the
rcfiio at C:30 p. m. to hold tho fort.
It la harj to tell what the Democrats
will do when thoy hear of this nefar
Ioiih scheme. The Homo Rulers Ray
that they aro determined to stick to
the place, so that there aro exceeding
ly strong prospects for. a lively con
test. The Fifth District Republicans will
hold a meeting tonight.-nt tho Junc
tion of Ileretanla and King streets.
The famous Joe Clark saloon, which
ias figured quite prominently In pseu
do-news articles lately, .opens out to
this place, and presumably thu speak
ers will tr to do sumo missionary
work. They arc as follows: w. O.
Smith. W. W. Harris. J. II. S. Kaleo,
J. V. Cathcort. Henry C. Vldti. K. V.
Qtllnn, A. V, Hear, W. T. Rawlins,
A. M. Drown, A. D. Castro, I.. I,. Mv
Cnndlehs, 10. A. C. 1-ong, John A.
Hughes, Jas. lllcknrll. Fred. T. V.
Wuturhouse, C, F. Chtlllnitworth. C,
Huslaco Jr., S. C. Dwlght, D. Kalauo
Tho Fourth District Republicans
will have a meeting at Kmma Squaro
tonight, nt which thu speakers will
be: W. O. Smith. John !,. Paoo. V.
W. Harris, Chas. Kauekoa, Henry C.
Vlila, S. P. Correa, A; V. dear, Joo
Kalana, A. M. Drown, Knnihonul, 11.
W,. Ulelwl, II. Kuhalo. A. S. Kale.,
opu, J. W. Cathcarl, Fred. T. P. Wn
teruouse, O. F. Chillingwurth, Chas.
llustaru Jr.. S. C. Dwlght, Jas. Dick
mil. D. Kalauokalunl Jr.
Tho Democrats have planned to
havo two meetings tonight. Ono Is
to bo at tho Kumalae block, Kakaako,
when Chan. II. Rose, Frank H. liar-
ey, Joseph J. Fern, II. T, Moore,
Thos. (landall, Mauley II. K. Hopkins
and others are billed to speak. Tho
others will be nt thu corner of Wylllu
and l.lllliu streets, where, thu principal
speakers will bo Col. C, J, McCar
thy, Chas. Ilroud, Curtis I'. laukea,
W. J. Jarrrtt, V. W. Thayer and K.
Thu Hume Rulers have billed them
selves fur thu meeting at thu Kuma
lae block, ut which Henry Molilalia
,,"""- -- - - - -
win Pkiuo. uim lor unUr ui ""
turner of Vineyard aud River streets
at which D, Kaoua will bo chairman.
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cal., Oct. 15.
SUGAR: 8B analysis beett 9t. 6 3-ld.
Parity, 4 cents, Prevloua quotation,
9t. 4 1-2d.
Your grocer sells Pol llreakfast Food.
Ha"For Rent" card a en tale al
the Bulletin office.
the Friction of Competition
OCTOBER 16. IWM)
(Auooiatcd J'rcn Special Call)
LANSINQ, Mich., Oct. 16 The su
gar company controling the beet su
gar factory at this place recapitalized
today at w,'juu,oou.
fXttocfaifril I'rttt Hpcclal Cabtt)
PARIS, France, Oct. 16. There It a
growing uprising In Morocco.
CltKK-latcil J'rtM Special Cable)
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 16. The Prln
clpatta Mafalda wat wrecked today
at Laoag. The crew escaped.
. PAY IP
All Thcii Taxes
.Territorial Treasurer Campbell Is out
lor Mho porkctbooks of many of- thu
candidates for public oltlre. Neither
party, color nor creed will escape but,
unless something is done this nfter
noon, suits will bu entered against 25
or nioro of thu candidates for legisla
tive nnd County, offices. Tho matter
lias romu as a bolt from a clear aky
nud only tho lucky one ortwo who
wero nblo to get' at thu papers havo
hud any warning that they would bu
haled before thu'stiong arm of Justice
and forced to pay up taxcH which In
eomu cases extend back for flvu and
Wado Warren Thayer was ouo of
the lucky Individuals. Ho must have
hud a hunch or possibly a tip by'Homo
teutons friend. Ho mado bis appear
ance at thu Tax Otllcu this morning
und Is now even on tho books und no
Milt can bo entered against him. Of
the candidates for high olllco Curtis
P. Inuken is thu most conspicuous on
on the list. 11" has been too busy
changing from ono party to tho other
und promising to run for Sheriff or not
to run get time to visit Tax Assessor
Tint list of the candidates for elec
tion before the district court In the
case has not yet been completed aud
only nart of tho nanus can bo given but
this afternoon at 3 o'clock suits wetu
being prepared against the following:
, uurlis tauiiea, u. t. uniiiiuKwuriu,
. v. T. Rnwlllts. A. 8. Kalelopu. Joo Ka
lama. A. V. Gear. K. Kulauokalunl. J.
W. Cntlicart, F. W. Weed, Thos. (Itiu
dull. W. H. Jarrett. K. U Uke. lien
Nuukanu. 11. W. Holt, H. T. Moore, 8.
II. Dili. It. U (llllllaud. I). Kulnuoku
Ian. 8r J. M. Poeiioo, Rev. 8. K. Olll,
I)., M, Kupihea, J. K. Paele, Wm. Moss-
aiar-'For Rent" carda on ul at
the Bulletin office.
Letuai Have your par
ttllvtirwuro today und It
will bu asufe lor you
when you wunt to umo
It Inatteaud of balnu ivnalt
wd ovar by tltu feallow
who takwM It vhllt you
nru MluMplnu. 'I'htarv l
llttlu coatt whurta wo
look nflwr It. ,
Triiatt Company, UtUi
AS DIVORCE DELEGATE
Governor Carter Offer
Mission To Former
TO ATTEMPT PASSAGE
OF A NATIONAL LAW
CONGRESS OF THINKERS FROM
ALL 8TATES OF THE UNION
WILL SOON DC HELD IN
(lovrrnot Outer has uttered Theo
dore HlclinnU, well known In this city
iuiti iiiiiiuius, nvu hut. nil ill mm ii I
lis a nurlst nud llchlcr against vice III
all Its forms, the position of delegntn
from Hnwall to the Const psj which'
will bo held In Philadelphia on Novem
ber l.'l to advocate uiilfotm divorce
laws In tho United Stale.
In spealilni: of the matter (loveiuor
"I believe that Hawaii should he lep.
resented at llu Congress which will ho
held In Philadelphia. Hvcryono Hurt
agree that 11 l-i very much for the be t
of the entire country that the illvoro
laws should bo inudn uniform. What
action will bo taken or can bo taken lu,
the Couiiress will be another mailer.
"Tho need of a u nlouiil divorce-law1
or soma action which would 'result In
the sauio effect la tecognlzed all ovei
the. country nnd 1 .bellovn that Mr.
It phanln imil.1 romrninf 'tlm Terrltoiv
most ably. Ho Is' at present lu New
York and I bclleic that he would' take
the trouble to fun down to Philadel
phia to tho Congieis and reprnicnt ue
"While, nn I any, I believe that romn
action should be taken lu this, matter
I rather doubt If Congress will tnku
uny radical aitlou when the matter
comes to It. Tho work of n .convention
such as will ho held In 1'hllndelplila
will without doubt be n great deal of
nsclHtniuu In .lowluz thu ideas which
ar? held on ;o matter, by men who
havo spc:it Iderablo tlmo and labor
In gaining ii-.oi imitloii. Hnwall should
bn reprcb.i.nd ut nil theso meetings,
that tho people of tho entlro country
may rii that we aro us vitally IntPreji-
ed as they urn In matters appertaining
totlio uiilinnnl welfare.
DENY BURTON REHEARING
Washington, Oct. 15. Thu Supiemolf' uLo'lt 306'J .!un .Uio nurf.,
.-mill nils ueuicii a rcncming in ex-
Senator Ilurlon of Kansas,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 13, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
J M du Clouvea Jr and wf to tluldo
do Hotiza M
Harriet F Coan by exor to Emma A
McOuIre nud hsb . ., Itel
Entered for Record Oct. 15, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Ksti of II P lllnhop by trs to llllo
Trust Co Ltd
Kaaukal Hauttpa to Kemllla Holt.. I)
O K Maguiru nnd wf tu F A
Kohala & llllo R R Co hyiHhrf lo
August Huuiburg HhffD
The Weekly Edition of tbe Evening
Bulletin giver cotnploto summary of
thn news of thu lixf. For SI ytr.
aa .taiiaaaV fcv
1051 port Street,
How would you go about getting
a mild or other attittant? Would
you expect to telephone to all your
PEOPLE USE THE
BULLETIN WANT ADS.
TO SAVE TIME AND WORRY.
l'KIOB f OKNTH
CANE ON KONA LAND
"It Is not tin- rains ulthuugh plen
ty of moisture has recently fallen
thai primarily maku Kona produce
rnno," says J. II. ('antic, who arrived
this morning by tho Mnuna 1ia. "II
Is the marvelous fertility- of tho soil."
Thu gentleman quoted lias. been lu
West Hawaii for tho last wefil;. mak
ing careful and exhaustive! examina
tion Into thu loial conditions and pros
pects of tho Kona Deeloptuout Co.,
nnd, Incidentally, of thu matter of thu
extension of tho West llnwull Hallway
in both of which corporate enter-
- .,.-.. ....
prises ho Is largely Inlcresled.
II la understood that the old lino,
of Ibo defunct Kona Sugar Co, Is to
bo extended for about four tnllns
poulliwurd thu ilghtR of way havlni;
been practically seemed. Mr. Spin
dli the engineer of the Development
Company, lias been over I ho wound
nud will inuku plaim for tho early con
tl Miction of this line, so that It will
bo available for I ho corn eying of tho
crop on tho md-Koun lauds. Utter,
emptied idovelopincnts aud itimimi.,
? , latorcyt with the f outli hotia)
A8"i"uurn company curry uuu jii;
lis a laicgone uonciuninn uuu mis win
bo effected tho mils will bo laid per-
hap 'twenty mile turtluir onili, so
us to bring practically till of tlm suit
able area to Iliu rniip rruji tho other
'. n,,r aniWUle o catic. Doing
'planted lo plnrnpplPJ. roffep and l- -
wiy, the progresulvo company plan
ning to do all that It required to as
sist thu small farmer or planter. The ,
mill Is being put In working order o,
that two bundled acres of raue can
shortly bo ground.
Mr, McStocker said in reference lo
bis trip to Konn und what they havo
there, that both ho nnd Mr. Castle, niit
very well pleased with conditions and
"Wo havo .1 mill up there," he laid,
that wo expect to turn out 40 tons of'
KUgur n Jay. We have seven and a
Quarter miles of railroad that Is prac
tically level; (help Ib nut more than A
ten font fall from the mill to the end
of Hie nt.ul.
"Thero aio MO ncros of cano planted
tor the crop of I9o7, nud wo expect tu
havo nn additional COO ncrcs in for Ilia
1'JOS irop. Three, bundled nud Titty
ucr.i of it are already planted. Wo cs.
pect to grt lioU'j toils of sugar next your
"' , , , , ,
"- - . .-.. ,w..n ... .. , . .....
vuiiiiiiou iiuii win iiuiii luiieiuvr -J."
I'OO.ObO gallons of water. j
"As to what our plans for tho future'
are, I c.uinot a.iy now. It will depend
largely on thu Cuban annexation (loca
tion, nnd home other things, but wo
hop.) gradually lu extend tho rnllroad
tliroilcluitit Din whnln itlMtrtpt 111. enu-
1 illt Ions juAlfy.
"The Kona dlBtrlct Is tho finest In
tho islands for diversified farmlns.
lKik at that apple!" and ho took n
benutlful red apple out of his desk.
U "iRti'l that tho real thing? And that V
Is only half tho slzo of most of tho up-
pics we raise.
"Tllcru nru about -1000 acres of cotfeu
in tho district, mid thero Is an annual
pack (( about -100 acres of pineapples.
The dUtrkt bus tho largest population
of small farmers In the Islands. It ex
tends TO mites along tho su.ico.ist. Al
together It's a lino district.
Yes" for Wear;
"No" for Tear
Gun-Metal Calf glvet more tatltfac
tion when put Into shoes than any
other leather known. The strong re
sisting qualities makes It an ideal
fall and winter shoe. Although toft
to the feet apd shines like patent
leat! er It doesn't burn like oid-fa&h-Ion
calf. Every buoincts man should
wear thlt leather. Four new lastt
added to our stuck, Tho Pic, Hulbert,
Potay and Baltimore. Doth hlyli and
J3.S0; $t.oo; $1.50 and $6.00.
Shoe Go , Ltd.,
'Phone Main 282
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