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KVENINO BULLETIN.. HONOLULU. T, H . WEDNESDAYi OCT. 17. 1906
The Light Running
Wilcox & Oibbs
E. O. HALL & SON, Limited,
COR. KING and FORT STS.
B3 " feMmJnl.lUk ylk
rr' SPAVIN CURE
Wm. Larsen, Manager.
NOVELTY LEATHER COMPANY
4)2 Market Street
Han I runclsco, Cul
Dear Sir I mod your "Savc-the-Ilorso"
mi two Splints, on Inside of
front loin, Interfering with tlin cords
of t In Ivk it tut uiuhIiij: lumeiitwx so
badly that n ciy Bruit drive would
ni-ihiT tin' homo ncl the "pail of a crip
ple." After uslni; two bnttlurt tlio
lameness Is roiiu utul Uiu Hpllnts dis
Costs from $5 to $26 for repeated firing, hoiaa must be laid up for sev
eral months; not 5 per cent, of the cases are cured. Bllstorlng la less ef
fective. Mercurial preonratlons produce Irreparable Injury,
"SAVlVnilJ-llOliaE" itmlnates ull thoso factors. Uuroa without scar,
blemish or loss of hull
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln,
Curb, Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or strained
tendon or any case of lameness. Horse can be worked as, uwal and with
boots, as no harm will result from scalding of limb or destruction of hair.
orv por bottle, with a written guarantee, rb binding to irotcoi you aa
tlio boat lesnl tnlcnt could
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Binghamton N. Y. 'TrTv
TRADE SUPPLIED BY HOLLISTER DRUQ CO., HONOLULU Hawaii.
Bishop Trust Co.,
One store on Tort St. $25 00 per mo.
Dwlllnu house Pensacola and Wilder
Ave, $20 00 per month.
2 1-4 acres adjoining Baseball Grounds
Rental $35 00 per month. Could be
Kalmuk I 120,000 square feet; 8 large
lots; $300 00 per lot.
Puunul 50,000 square feet; cleared;
between car and Country Club. A
I PAN SELL
YOUR REAL EtTTATE OR BU5I
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of all
klndo sold quickly for cash In all
parts of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
ou have to sell and give cash price
1 IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time a"nd money.
DAVID P. TAFtF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
6 Building lota in Manoa Valley, l-2
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT 8T.
STOCK AND. BOND. BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
117 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HQMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and OULICK AVEB.
No fUaaonablt Offer Refund,
It makes an automatic
stitch and runs silently. Out
Its most Important feature
Is the ease In which It can
No dragged or worn out
feeling after you have done
a few hours' stitching.
New or second hand ma
chines for rent.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
DEEF, PORK and CORNED BEEF,
487 Halght St , 25 Sixth St.
I treated my Iiutbo, which had a had
bono spavin, with "8avth-HofM,"
tuid It entirely removed the bWmlah.
I neter saw anything to equal It. Mr.
Ota Wclby and several horsonusa,
who arc friends of mine, tell tu tkejy
hud 0411.1! I y an Rood results as mysolt
JOHN N. NOWLAN.
The secret of making a rich
appetizing cup of coffee lies
principally in getting
Put It In cold water; then
keep It on the fire until It
bolls. The result will be a
25 CENTS THE POUND.
Roasted and ground fresh ev
Henry May & Co.,
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
WHILE IT LASTS, GOOD
Guava Jelly, 6c a Lb.
FACTORY HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
LUKE ROGERS Is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old atand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contractlnj and Jobbing,
Housepalntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlning, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work, Shop with Whittle,, the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets, PHONE MAIN 31.
0 8HEET MU8IC o
Wo have the largest stock of vocal
ami Instrumental music In the Isl
ands, We keep It up to date,
PEIIC8THOM MUSIC CO, LTD.
onu reu.owB' rlpo.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I beg lo notify my patients that I
nm miking a brief trip to Jnpan with
my wife, who li III, nnd expect to
return to Kolinla ami resume practice
some- time In tho latter part of No-
1)11. T. NINOMIYA.
TCL MAIN 473.
for Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice,
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI.
FINE LINE OF
DRY GOODS AND SHOES
WAH YING GHONG CO.
KINO ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
Political meetings will be the order
of tho owning again tonight, each of
the parties offering two for its fol'
lower. The Fifth District ltopubll
cans will hao n meeting at the cor
ner of l.lllha and Wjllle streets,
where the speakers will be as fol
lows: V. (). Smith, John L. I'aou,
W. V. Harris. Chas KaneUoa, llenrj
C. Vlila, 8. I Correa, A. V. dear,
Joe Knlana, A, M. Drown, Kunllio
nut, 11. Kahule, A. S. Knlelopu, .1.
W. Gallic art, S. Pahla Malelua. P.
T. 1. Wntorhoitso, C. T. Chilling
worth, Chas. Iliistaco Jr., S. C.
Uulglit, Jus. Illc1.ni II. 1). Knlauokn
lanl Jr.. II. W. Lclclwl.
The Fourth District Itopuhllcans
will meet at Hie corner of llalchau
wllu tiinl South Htreds, where tlio
speakers will he: C. 1'. Chilling
north. I.. I.. MeC'anilless. W. O.
Hmltli. J II. S. Kaho, :. A. C. Long.
i:. W. Quliin, V. T. Hawllns, A. U.
C'nH'ni, John A. Hughes A. M. Ilronn,
J. V. Calheart, I T. 1'. Wutcrhouso
I). Kalatiokulatil Jr., Jan. Ulcknell,
V. W. Ilurrls. H. C. Ilwlght. A. V.
dear. Chas. tlustnco Jr., ami llrni)
The Democrats will have a meeting
at llnniM Simara tonight, at which
the main fcaluto will ha an official
Herniation of thu charge, made last
night by C. I'. Chllllngwortii at the
liopubllcan meeting, that tho Demo
crats were keeping absolutely silent
about MrClannhan, nnd wero not sup
porting him In their meetings be
cnuso they wero afraid that tlio Ha
wallan voters would not statu! for It.
The refutation will be made by
Herbert J. Mnssman, who is the net
ual fighting head of the Democrats.
"I am going to answer the Kepuhlt
ran charge nmile against us, and deny
It," said Mossman today. "And I
hope I will ho able lo mako myself
dear, l'lrst of all, lankcn did, at our
Aala Park ratification meeting, coma
out for MtClanahnn Secondly,
McClanahan wants to open his own
light, when lie returns from the other
Islands on Oct. 2T. Ho asked us as a
rpeclal request not to mention him
or his ranilldacy from tho platform In
the meantime. Now, however, tho
llcpiibllcans hao made the matter
an Issue and I am forced to speak."
Other speakers at this meeting will
he John Emmeluth. who will speak
on the platform; Chas. Ilroad, V. 1.
Jarrett. W. W. Thaer nnd 11. H.,
Tho Democrats will also havo a
meeting at tho Kalllil Camp, where
tho speakers will he V. A,. Kinney,
C. 1.. Hhodcs. C. II. Hose, Frank Har
vey, Joseph J. Kein, II, T. Mncirc,
Thos aandnll and it. O. K. Hopkins.
Col. luukea, Col. McCarthy and Dan
Kamalm departed this forenoon for a
tour nround tho Island. They will
tpeak at Kanenlio, Walkane, Piinalim,
llnuula and l.alc. On Sntnrday night
they, and other ramlldatcs, who will
go out from town, will speak at Wnl
anac. Tlio Homo Killers will hae one
meeting tonight at Kalllil near Frank
Hanej's plare, ami another at Mr.
noa. PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
Per Btmr. Mlkahala, Oct. 11. 1. 1
Woolley, J. II. Coney. On. I.ro. wife and
family. Mrs. .1. U. Millo. i:. Langdon,
II. R. (iruy. Mis. Minim and 71 deck.
An Elephant 8hootlng the
Chutes Was Caught
An ordinary lens Is too
slow to get clear picture of
Why not equip your camera
with a ZEISS 1ES8AR7
Ready for Inspection, with
samples of work at
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" rverylhlng Photographic "
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New moon Oct. 17 nt 0:11 p. m.
'limes of these tides not stated lu
Additional Cable News on Paae i.
Times of the tide aro taken from
the United Statco Coast and Qoodetlo
Hawaiian standard time la 10 hours
UJ0 minutes slower than Orconwlch
time, being that of tlio meridian of 1S7
degrees 30 minutes. Tbo time whUtlp
blows at 1:30 p m , which Is the same
as Oreeuwh h, 0 boura 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo tor the
Wednesday, Oct. 17.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Uregory, rrom Ka
uai, G:10 a. in. j-
Weclnesday, October 17.
Stmr. llrlene, Nelson, from Paauhau,
9:30 a. in.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, front
Walninnnlu, C a m.
Tuesday, October Ifi.
Btmr, Maul, Dennett, for Kauai poil.i,
C p. m.
f.tmr. I.lkellke, Naopalo, for Molo
lial IMIttrt. C p m
C.-A. H. S. Moma. olbli, for Van
comer, 4 p. m.
Oil stmr. HoEecrans, MncDonald, for
Monterey, p. tn
Oil barge Monterey, Ilurke, for .Moll
tere, In tow of Itoserrans, ji. 111.
II. I. J. M Anegawa, Hanafusa, for
Hasuho, probibl) a, 111.
Per stmr. Maul, for Ka11.1l ports, Oct
IB. Fred Schmidt, J. I. Slha and wlfn
Ceo. Miindon. Mrs. Id II. Cooper, C
V. Baldwin, lte. K S. Tlmoteo. Mrs
ilcndsoii, Mrs. Tlmoteo, Iter. II. V,
lliwliig, llev. J). II. aullck, A. N. Pet
crs, Chas. paiifcls. Miss Brooke Hose.
Per stmr. I.ollke, for Molokal porta.
Oct. Hi. Joe (ifjldstelu. Dr. V. J. Hood
hue and wlkOUss Kul.imj .Meyers.
Per S. 8. Mpana. Oct. Ifi, 4 p. in.
Mr. mid Mrs. F. II. Chase, Mr. nnd
Mis. O. II. Mnync, W. M. Arniison,
Thomas ltae, Mr. and Mrs. D. ltyau,
A. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. (I. Living
stone and Infant, J. Stephens. (I. It.
Hobortson, P. Khiers, i:. McKuy, J.
llohcn. ., .
Won By Democrats
A stand erected lu front of tho Ku
limine, block was taken In potsesslciu
by the speakers of the Democratic par
ty last night without bloodshed, tho
Homo ltulera having given up tlivlr
iilau of contesting the ground. The nt
tendanco was unusually largo nnd the
music furnished by the Kukaaku gle
ciuii was 1 icy on n criticism.
Albeit Kauwc, the chairman, mado
n ery lengthy1 speech, his voice echo
ing back dura the walls of tho famous
Magoou block which is directly oppo
site. A i.ikiiI number of (he Home Killers
who came there to hear their raiiill
dales tumid their attention to the
Democrats. In fact, tho Home UuKi
candidates who had been selected to
i-peak there did not show up, but on
niullng that tho Democrats had tbo
best of them they silently went tip to
the other meeting place on Uher nud
Vim aid streets.
The first speaker was tho wire talker,
Joe Klakahl, who is running for Hie
House, He said, if elected, lie would
aUu the pay of the go eminent lahoi
tis. Ho attacked the police officials
and said that If they could not stop the
prealllug vice they ougut to get out
of office. 'I hero weio more drunken
"allium seen around tho streets now
than before. If Democrats wero eleclcd
they would stop all this business.
W. 1'. Jauett, candidate foi Deputy
Sheilff, was well received. He spoke
brlelly but with apparent result.
Other speakers of the evening were:
H. 'I, .Moore, M. A. Sllvu, r.i! iiigliaiu
It. II, 'I lent, Frank llaney, Jack Ka
liililclu, Joseph J, Kern, Moses puhm
J. Ulullil, C. Hose, Thos. Gamlall and
1 M. MElllo DUD
A M Mollis, tho prominent mei-
chant, died suddenly this morning
i.jii ociocl: ut his residence, lib? Hat-; A visit to our Shoe Department will reveal great bargains In new styl
den Lane, f.S years of ago. ,, goods,
'I lie rum rul will take place tomorrow
fiom thu residence) ut i p. 111. The ser.il Don't fall to visit our Clothing and Furnishing Department; you will
lcll he held ill the Nuuaiiii ceuiii- find what you want at one half Its value.
tery ut ho plot of tho Odd I'ellows, o(
uhiih nidi I thu ileciasieil was 11 mem
The lux iippml uiso of Tax Assctu'iir
lloll n, tho llupld 'lliilislt & Ifiiliil Co.
was 111 kui i jiulusu thu Hupieiiiu ('null
it Is h iinirnliig,
jBpr-For Rint" tartft on mU M
LADIES' FANCY LAWN WASH
Pretty Designs, Well Mode
See Window Display
iMainai Sells Out
To Rose For Auditor
TIia InlAol llnnin llitln nnmiMHilli
illpkop lu llin Innlttli. fir Itin Hliriliolt
of the Homo Itulo Milo for Chas. II.
Hose, the Democratic candidate for
County Auditor, the iiuld pro nunc
being, as Is usual with tho Democrats,
Wtatii, lnlnl,inl wna flm Uiimn llnln
candidate for Auditor until midnight
last nigiii, wneu ins iniiure 111 nie reg
Istratlon papers throw him out of tho
tti II la raiuirtml fin i-nnil nlifhiil-
ity that this neglect was deliberate on
tho part of Mukalnal, It was Ilia re
mit of a bargain made between him
and Hose, whereby the latter, 'in ex
rlitttiim fur llin untinnrt rif Atnknlnnl
mid the Home Utile following, prom-
I "I'll 10 gltO II I III II 1KJSIIIOI1 IIH CIC'IK III
the Auditors ofllre similar lo that at
nifiuiiit fn futilfil lie Solfiniiin Mfilif--
loua. This liudo will make the light
between Koso and Ulcknell, the Ho-
puniicnn cauiuuaic ior Aininor, nil ex
ceedingly interotlng otio If It procs
to no a icai iiargaiu.
flit, IS SHORT
Tho nenubllcan and Democratic
candidates 011 tho County ticket havo
all filed their nominal Ion papers and
are therefore all In tho race. Of tho
Homo H11I0 candidates, however, set-
oral mu conspicuous by their absence,
the list of thoec who hao filed tluMr
pipers being as rollosw:
Super Heir at Large Abraham Tor-ii.-iiuler.
District Supoivlsors: Honolulu: II.
V. Doane, Moses Kualkuiilia, Win. K.
Kulclhula. Koolaiilon nud Kooulaupo
l,o: Jos. M. Kc-ulonu. Walnhu and
Wnliuiae: (None). Kwa: Wm. Moss
County Sheriff (None),
County Clerk (None).
County Auditor (None).
County Attorney Samuel Noar,
County Treasurer John A. Halter.
Deputy Sheriffs Honolulu (Nono).
Koolaupoko; (None), koolauloa: (leo.
K. Kekauoliu. Walalua: (Nona). Wat
anno: (None). Uwu: (None),
Thoso who havo not entered their
papers nre out of tlio running, as tlio
tlmo limit closed last night.
Your grocer soils Pol Breakfast Food
at' Bargains will be offered In all
DRESS GOODS, MU6LIN UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY
NERY, ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE8.
L. B, KERR
Harry Strange'a Pure
PHONE MAIN .06.
1st. Chamtws Drue Co.'s
2nd. All the Others
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foit and King: Sit.
PHONE MAIN 131
The biggest selling books for sever
al seasons. New short stories by
Mark Twain and Paul Leicester Ford.
Only a few copies of each. Come
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A Sheriff's Sale of
on Wyllle street, near l.lllha street,
will be held at tho faplfnl Hulldliig
ON MONDAY, OCT. 22, 190,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
These lots are adjacent to the resi
dences of Mr. It. Andrews and
Tho lots nm nicely sitiinted on ele
nted land nnd command a lovely
tlew of sou and mountains.
The lots contain nearly onu aero
r'or further particulars enquire of
JA8. F. MORGAN.
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Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
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