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BVKNINO B0LL15TIN, nONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY, OCT. IH, 19u.
tN TUB CinCUIT COURT OP TUB
I Irst Circuit, Territory nf Hawaii, nt
Chamber. Mnlla McCatidless vs.
.Iiilin McCantlleas. Divorce Summons,
Tln Territory of Hawaii: To tlio High
Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or
hW Deputy; the Sheriff of the County
of Oahu, or Ills Deputy: You aro com.
minded to mimtnoii John McCatnlless
lo uppcar twenty liny after service
l fore Btich Judge of tho Circuit Court
of the First Circuit as shall lie hIIIIiir
til Chambers in tho court room at tho
.Idtilclary JJiillilliig, Honolulu, Oaliu, to
nuMver tho annexed Libel for Divorce
nf Malla McCandless.
Vltness the Honorable Alexander
Lindsay, Jr., Heumil Judge nf the Cir
cuit Court of the Klrst Circuit, nt Ho
nolulu, Oahu, thin 9lli day of I'ebru
ii) y. 1906.
(Signed) J. A. THOMPSON,
Territory of Hawaii,
County of Oahu. ss:
I hereby certify that tho shove and
loregolng Is a full, true and correct
topy of the original Chambers Sum
mons In the above entitled cnuse, now
tin file In the Circuit Court or tho First
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated Honolulu, October 15th. 1906.
Clerk, Circuit Court First Circuit.
Notice Is hereby further given that
in accordance with the order made
October 16th. 1906, In the above en
titled suit, said suit will bo moved on
for hearing and determination at any
time not less than twenty dayM alter
October 30th, 1906.
Dy her attorneys:
JUDO, MOTT-SMITH &
OFFICE OF CONSTIIUCTINQ
ljuartermaster, Honolulu, II. T Oct.
!, 1906. Sealed proposals In triplicate,
subject to tho usual conditions, will
lis received at this office until 10 n. m.
October 19, 1906, at which tlmo nnd
place they will be opened In tho pres
race of bidders, for Installing window
nnd door screen on buildings at new
military post at Kahaiilkl, Honolulu,
II. T., In accordance with specifica
tions on Ale In this olTlcc. Iltank pro
posals nnd further Information can be
obtained at this odtco. Proposals
must ho marked "Proposals for
hcreen doors, etc." and addressed to
ihe undersigned. C. V. 11UMPIIUBY,
.III., Capt, & Quartermaster, U. S.
Army, Constructing Qimitormaster.
3606 Oct. 6, 8. 9, in. 17. 18.
L. I ' ' '-
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
1 beg to notify my patients that I
ma making a brier trip In Japan with
my wife, who is III, ami expect tu
irlurn to Kohala and rcsumn practice
Mine, time In the latter part of No-
, DR. T. NINOMIYA.
How to Sloop Well
WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND
E8T-A8SORTED STOCK IN
, OUR PRICES ARE BEDROCK W
Coyne Furniture Co.
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
THE COBWEB CAFE,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS,
TIL. MAIN 482.
Hiiiin & Ci Praps.
manufactured from pur. dlttllltd wa
ter. D.llv.rad to any part of city by
OAHU ICE ANB ELECTRIC CO.,
K.walo. T.l.phon. Blu. 3161.
K. FUJITA & CO.
FANCY BAMBOO ARTICLES MADE
NUUANU OPPOSITE KUKUI 8T,
CONTRACTOR Mi IUILUER
PAINTINO, PAPRR HANQINQ ANf
i.lll Nuuinu 8.,btlow Honolulu MftUi
'No matter how you look at it, the
MEAT QUESTION It one of great Im
The QUALITY of meat must be
right or your health endangered.
The PRICE mutt be riant or the
draw on your purte will be too heavy.
We till the Best ISLAND MEATS;
Delicious Home-smoked Hamt and
Bacon, and Roatt Pork.
Our nrlcet aro Honest Prices but
they do not descend to a point where
quality It lacking.
Sweet Violet Creamery
C. Q. YEE HOP & C9.,
TEL. MAIN 2S1.
For your comfort while you are wait
ing for your car and a free telephone
for your convenience. You don't have
to drink toda unlets you detlre some,
& Co.. Ltd.
gett to the foundation of
the dirt and cleanses
thoroughly. There, noth
ing superficial about Honolulu-made
FOR A CASE
Delivered to Your Kitchen
Works Co , Ltd.,
F. L. WALDRON, Agent
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIES, SHIPPERS AND STORE
KEEPERS. Contract work done In Painting
Shlpt and Houses, Wall Papering, Gar
dening, Sidewalks, Houses built and
stone Fence Supplied.
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
PHONE WHITE 2576.
RIVER STREET near HOTEL.
OF BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Thoroughly Daked and Thoroughly
m ssi i
That ill men', palate art pitted
with the far. itrvid by th.
Carnr HOTEL nnd BRTHIL STB,
fl I NIMB
TRANSPORT SAILORS WHO
ARE ACCIDENTLY KILLED
ARMY AUTHORITIES DETER
MINE RESPONSIBILITY IF
THERE IS ANY AND FAM
ILY TO CONGRESS
Constilcrnhle continent has licen
moused becntwo of Iho fait that no cor
oner's Inquest v.ns held over the boille.)
of tho two men who norc killed In fall.
Int; tlonn mi cpeu lintrh ou hoard tlm
V. 3. transport tfhorlilnn while she wau'l"" ""lie of
on the reef nt llaiber's l'oltit, nnd tho
question hag been ralrcil: "Are rin
plii)ns of Unrip Snm's nrmy nnd nnvy
txriiifit from Inquests, ex-officlo, us It
Inquiry nf nu ofllclal IiIrIi In the I'cil
trnl (luvi'iiiment service hero ellcllcd
the Information that It is Fi-tduiii the
custom U) hold nu inn.uc.4t oer tin
body of one holding such n -poMIInu,
"but," lie said, "If tho coroner diMlrrn
lo hold nu Inquest of course notlilr.i;
will be put lu his ay. In the enso or
the first man who was drowned by fall
lift; down thn hntrh Into the hold, tin1
til li's surgeon sIkiiciI thn death certif
icate which was considered fulfill lent
by Iho Hoard of llonlth to warrant the
Ihsui- of the burial wnriant. In the
I'lilted Hlulrs rcrvlen the parties lire
nil disinterested. There Is nu ones-
Hon of rorpinatlnn or nionelnry con
tldi'rntlnu ntul Ihc ship surgeoti's wonl
Is usually considered sufllclenL''
"Is this a tacit understanding, n kind
of unwritten law, or Is there soinniict
covering II nnd making nn independent
tyrlem fur army nnd navy In thin re
Enrd?" was naked.
The nllklal questioned replied that
he had been unable to find any law
toverlng the matter. In cited the rnso
of Lieut, (lather, who committed mil
tide by shooting himself nt Camp Mc
Klnley not long ago, nnd over whose
body no Iiiipiest was considered uercs
tnry. "Does the fact Mint the hatches uero
open nnd unguarded gUe tbo families
of the dead men any redress In the way
of elnlmliig U.image.s, as they would
haws In tbo caso of a rallronl or utrcct
rnr or Iterator nrcldent, or on hoard u
ship owned by n corporation " wna
"No, none." ho answered, "you rau't
un thn United Htntes."
"Tho guardi are always rcinnvel
when loading n cargo or working on
a wreck ns was thn case nn tho Sheri
dan. Those men knew (here wore no
clei trie UghtH, only oil oust, nnd knew
the hntcheit wero net guarded. As a
mailer of fact tho first man had been
di Inking, while lu tho case of the sec
ond, who was firing n boiler, thn posi
tion of Die sweat rag would go In show
Unit he had ben sitting upon the edge
of the hati'h ami ilored off mill fallen
lu while asleep. Ho was taken in
charge by the Marino 8erlcn and died
.11 thn ((iii'Mi's llixpllal."
"Then the families have no ehnnce
of getting ilamnges?"
'"I heir only reruurso would be to get
a bill through Congress nsl.ing for nn
appiojirlalttms lu the name manner ns
lor a pension."
Two Fair Ladies
FOUND GUILTY .OF
Having A Fight
Tho frou frou of women's skirts stir
led up the nmHy nlr nf tho 1'ollce
Court Wcdnusilay, and the pieNonco
of two fair ladle l cnuacd Judge Whit
ney to sit up and button his (o.U. Olio
of the nfurcsiild fair ladles was uccut-cd
nf hnvlug applied unpleasant epithets
lo the other fair lady, whereupon thu
Accoml K. I., had icliirlcd by pummel-
lug the first I'. U wllh lier lists. Knrn
of tho dlMUitantx hail then promptly
swni n out n wurraul for tho nrrest hi
the other, one on the ehaigu of having
iised lle utut Indetent language ami
(be other on thn chaigv of nssault and
Alter listening patiently tn the excited-
stories told by tho two, Judgu
Whitney legreifuliy found them both
cullly. Assuming his most patriarch
Inl nlr, ho leprlmauded the fair ladles,
mid lifter ghltig Iheiii souio fatlurly
udl(e, told tin. in to go homo and hu
Ah Kin was arraigned In Pollen Court
Ihlsiiioiulngiiii Ihiuhiirgii of huiglnry
in the llrsl degiee nnd was committed
lo tho Circuit Court.
Henry Liming paid three dollars nnd
(oUs today lu Judge Whitney's ciinit
for nxeiilslng his gloiloiis Amerlc.iu
privilege of getting us drunk ns li't
Julio I .en ml 1 1) Is n l'mlo lllcaii who
pouHejses ii large nnd well developed
aversion In win It of any kind. It Is
with the iliarllablo hopn of leacblm;
him better llilugs that .IiiiIko Whltue)
found lit in guilt) of vagrancy today and
sentenced him Iii spend the next 'M
il.i)s wiuklng for the nullity.
MELLIH-Oitolur I", nt 1:30 a. in., Mr
A. M. .Mi-Hid, In his Mill year.
I'lilieinl fi did his late leslilemn, Har
den Line, at 4 p. in. lod.iy. Kertlce.l
nt the Odd IVU'in'H JjIoI, Niiuaiiu mm
lACrCHON (I. lobvr 1ft, lltOU, In Mr. nu J
Mis Nigel Jail, on, u iliiuuhlei
Tlin Weekly Edition or tue lOvnnlni
ilullMlii ulvtf a compiem mnuiuury uf
thu tiuws of h ill., for Mi a y.kft
I havn been rCRIllarly nominated by
"' Hc')Ul,llcnn c"m,tV Convention for
and I request tho suppott of the ilcct'
ors of tho District.
349K-K JOHN HtHlIIKS.
DEPUTY 8HERIFF, DISTRICT OF
Having been rcRularly nominated by
II... fln...l.lt..n.. nn. ,,.., fltll filitln.. fn '
Hit- J,llllllllllll V.1,1".,. UHt.lVllllWII I. II
DEPUTY 8HERIFF, DISTRICT
I hereby solicit the votes of tho Elect
ors of the District.
3197-lf HENIIY C. VIDA.
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY OF
Itrivlng been regularly nomlnntcd
by Iho Republican County Conven
tion for tho o III co of
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY
I hereby solicit tho votes of the Elect
ors of tho County.
JOHN W. CATIICAIIT.
REPRESENTATIVE, FOURTH DIS
TRICT. t hnvo been regular nominated by
thn Republican County Comciitlan for
tbo oHIcp nf
nnd t rca.tt.st tho support of tho elect
ors of tho District.
349Ctf V. T. RAWLINS.
REPRESENTATIVE. FOURTH DIS
TRICT. I have been regularly nominated by
tho Itepubllrun County Convention for
ho office of
and In this manner ask for the votes
of thn Electors nf tho District.
E. A. I.ONO.
I have been regularly nominated by
Iho Itopublk'nn County Convention for
tho ofllco of
' REPRESENTATIVE, FOURTH
and 1 request tho support of tho elect
ors of tho District.
3491-tf A. D. CASTRO.
COUNTY CLERK, , COUNTY OF
I hnvo been regularly nominated
by thn Hepubllcnn County Convention
for the olflca nf,
COUNTY CLERK, COUNTY OF
and hereby solicit tho votes of tho
Electors of tho County.
DAVID KALAUOKALANI, JR.
I hnvo been regularly nominated by
the Republican County Convention for
tho ofllco of
COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY
and I hereby colli It tbo vqtcs of thn
Electors of ttia County,
SHERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I have been regulr.rly nominated
by tho Republican County Convention
for tlin olllco of
SHERIFF, COUNTY OF OAHU
and I hereby solicit tho votes of the
Electors of tho Comity.
A. M. ntlOWN.
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF OAHU
I have been regularly nominated for
tbo ofllco of
8UPERVI80R, COUNTY OF
by tho Republican County Convention,
and I hereby Willi It tho votes of the
Electors of tho County.
CHAS. IJIISTACE, JIL
SUPERVISOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I havo boon regularly nominated by
thn Republican County Convention for
tho olllce of
8UPERVI80R, COUNTY OF
and solicit tbo votes nf tho Electors
of tho County,
A. V, QUAIL
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I havo been regularly nnmlnnted by
tho Republican County Convention for
tho nlflce of
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
and I heieby Hiloclt the totes of the
Electors of tho County,
C. V. CIIII.I.INnWOllTH
8ENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I havo been lifiularly nominated by
Iho Hepubllcnn County Convention for
tho ollWn of
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU,
nml I hereby sold It tlin votes of the
Electors uf tho County,
L, I,, M(OANDI.ESH.
Tim Wcnkly IMItlun nf thu Kveiilm
lliilliilln kIw" a (iiiiipliilo summary of
lint news nr inn nny. ror Ml a ytir,
Pin J oh Prlnllng at th. Bull
t linvlnir lir.nn rnimlnrlv tinmlnntdil
py t, Democratic County Convention '
J 111(1 Ullil'l- IJ1 i
re (incut tlin support of thu Klertors of
DEPUTY 8HF.RIFF, DISTRICT
Having been regularly nominated by
the Demnciatle County Convention for
the olllcp of
DEPUTY SHERIFF, DISTRICT OF
I hereby solicit Iho votes of the elect
ors of iho County.
Z7-lf W.M. P. JAIUIKTT.
COUNTY ATTORNEY, COUNTY OF
Having hen regularly nominated
by the Democratic County Cnneu
lion for the office of
COUNTY ATTORNEY. COUNTY
1 hereby lollelt the votes of the Elect
ors of the Coatily.
W. W. THAYKIl.
I hnvo been regulaily nominated bj
Ihe Democratic County Convention for
the olllce of
COUNTY AUDITOR, COUNTY
and I hereby rnlli-lt the votes nf the
Electors of thu County.
C1IAS. II. HOSE.
Having been regularly nnmlnnted
by Itho Democratic County Conten
tion fur the otitic nt
I hereby snloclt the votes of tint Eleft
ois of the County.
C. J. MiCAUTIlY.
Having been regularly nominated
by tho Deiuncrntlr County Conten
tion for tbo olllce of
COUNTY CLERK. COUNTY OF
I hereby rollelt the totes of the Elect
ors of tlin County.
MANI.KY O. K. HOPKINS.
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LTD,
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notice Is hereby glten that pursu
nut to a idpicst of the llnanl nf 1)1
icdors a special meeting of the stock
holders of this Company will ho held
lu tho Harkfeld llulhllug. Ill the City
of Honolulu, on Friday, the 2fitb day
of October, IIMiii. at 2 o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of considering the matter
of changing thu par tnltic of the
ilinres of tho capital stock of this
Cominny from One Hundred (ln.oil)
Dollars each to Twenty (20.ihi) ench.
by Issuing lMi.nnn shares lu plain of
Hip present Issue of tlii.lliiv shares, nnd
pupIi other l&rlncss which may plop
erly ennui before thu meeting.
w. ri tHKNiiAiii;ii.
Secretary pro tern.
3S14 Oct. lfi. 18, 2.
1 J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
12S6 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machine, for tale.
A machine elean.d and put In or
For Sale Mad. In Minion Style
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU BT. P, O. BOX 899
GUM AND LOCK8MITH.
GENERAL REPAIR 8HOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriter!, Caih Reg
isters and Sewing Machines, Lawn
Mower, cleaned, adjuited and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
Gold Mounted BackCombs
13 HOTEL BTREET m FORT 8T
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
FPE8H FLOWER AND VEQETACLC
Bb'EDS FOR 8ALE.
Mrs, E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 3S8.
Clothe. Cltantd and Pr.tt.il by th.
HONOLULU PENOVATINQ GO.,
J, J, F.m, Mtnagtr,
Rlchr,U nr Uunn Sit. All lilt
iiini mttiagit proinplly atttndul o
call for anil iltllvu, Dytlnu .tr
jfWamV Steamship Company
Th tt.amert of thlt line will arrive
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO:
VI..-M I IIIIA
In connection with the tailing of the above tteamert, the agent, tr. pre
pared to Ittue to Intending pattengeri, coupon throunh ticket., by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In th. United States, and from N.w
York by any tteamihlp line to all European port.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
!Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
! OCEANIC 8. 8. CO GENERAL AOENT8.
Pacific Mai) Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teamr. of th. above comosnlet will call at Honolulu and leav. thlt
port on or about th. datet below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
NIPPON MAWJ OCT. 19 HONflKONO .MAM! OCT. 23
110KH3 OCT. 27 KOREA NOV. 2
IIONOKONd MAM! NOV. lfi I AMERICA MAItU NOsK.12
KOHKA NOV. 27 HII1EIIIA NfJV 20
AMERICA MAMI DEC. 7 CHINA NOV "7
HlHKItlA DEC. 11 NIPPON MAIIU DEC. 11
Cull at Manila.
FOR QENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H, Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., a
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO.
Direct Service between New York and Biwiiian Islands, Via Pacific
Prom Now York: to Honolulu
8.8.CALIFORNIAN" '. .. iai, orT ..
as 'At ARKAN" J0 ." OCT- 15
o.a. alabkan ( t1 jjoy in
Freight received at all time, at th. Company'. Wharf 41a"
6tr.L South Brooklyn.
Prom Bun Prnnclaco To Honolulu
.NEVADAN t0 .,,. oc ,,
8.8. "NEBRASKA. '"'.'"'.t sal.' o"v.
Fr.lgnt received at Company'. Wharf, Greenwich St
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Hurt Prnnclaioo
8.8. "NeBRASKAN" ,0 N
S.8. "NEVADAN" lo M, q
Prom Snttle nnd Vncomo to Honolulu
VIA 8AN FRANCI8CO.
8.8. "NEVADAN," direct to M, OCT 2J
8.8."NEBRA8KAN' to tall NOV. 13
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C, P. MORSE, f-l. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT. AGCNT8. HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
8tetmri of th. above line, running In connection with th. CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. 8. W,
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brliban., art
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about th. datet below stated) viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. CI From 8ydnoy and Brliban..
(Fcr Urlsbane nnd Sydney) ' (For Victoria anil Vancouver, B.C.)
AOIlANtll OCT. Io'mOANA OCT 1
MOANA NOV. 17MIOWEHA NOV. 14
Through Ticket. Iitued from Honolulu to Canada, United Stttet (,nd Eu
rope For Freight and Pattage and all general reformation, apply to
ThM. B. Utiles & Ce., Hi. fleienl Ageili.
J. F. Morgan, Preild.nt; C. J. Campbell, Vic. Pretldent; J. L. McLtatt,
Socretar; A. F. Clark, Traaturcr; N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank Huatac,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal,
AL8Q WHITE AND BLACK SAND. TELEPHONE MAIN HL
For Wnlannc, Walnlun, KnhiiUii nml
Way Stntloiib 11:15 n. in.. a.SO in.
Knr IVnrl City, Kwa Mill nml Way
Stations t7::i() n. in., !:l!i a. in..
11:05 a. in.. 2:ir. p. in.. M::!0 p. in.,
C:in p. in., j'J:::n p. m., mi.'iu p. m.
Voe Wnlilawu il:IC n. m. and '5:1B
Arrive Honolulu from Kahnku, Wal
nlun anil Wnliu.au 8:30 u. in., 5;31
Airlvo In Honolulu from Kwa Mill
ami 1'enrl Clly I7.tfi n. in, 8:30 n.
in., 'lOMS n. in.. Mill) p. in, 't'.'M p.
m, r,:.1l p. m 'M p. in,
Arrlvo ililnotiilii friiiu Wnlilawa
8:30 n. in. nml K:3t p. m
t Ex, Hiimlny.
t Bunilny Only,
Thn Ilnh'lwn l.tinltiiil. n Iwnliitur
train (only flrxt elbss llekelH lionoreil). I
leaves HoiioIiiIii nvoiy Humluy nl Hi'ii
ii ; leturiiliiK. iiiiiws In Hoiinliilii
nl 111. Ill ii in Tim l.lnilli.il ylmid iiiiW
ill I'nirl city iiml Wriliilini',
II, I'. DENIIION, I", 11. H.MITII,
II, I'. H T. A,
1. A- 'I' A.
rint Job Printing it th Bull.lln,
jnj leave this port a. h.nund.rt
FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
.OCT. 11 ALAMEDA OCT. 24
.OCT. .11 SIEIHIA OCT. 30
.NOV. 'J ALAMEDA . NOV. 14
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO:
KAPUNA, HONOIPU, KAILUA n4
From Sor.ntcn'i Wharf.
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO, AgL
Telephone Main 38S, Maunakia St., bo
low King. P. O. Box 820.
H.aoquarttra for Automobile, with
Splendidly Equipped Flr.proof
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd.
M Eivllllrka JG av
ITl flllllipif (X WO.
I Wholeiali Impon.r. and Jobb.ra
lllnnlN.II Mb., a.. AKK
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