Newspaper Page Text
The New Dr. Bailey Forage
The only machines made with a drawing and shearing cut; a
method demomtrated by years of experience to be the best.
It Is superior to any cutter In the market for hay, alfalfa, sor
ghum, cane tops, etc.
Six sizes for hand or power. Send for descriptive circular to
E. O. HALL. & SON,
COft. KING and FORT 8T8.
Bishop Trust Co.,
One store on Tort St. $25 00 per mo
Dwelling house Pensacola and Wilder
Ave, $25 00 per month.
2 14 Acre adjoining D.isch.ill Oiounris
rtcntal $35 00 per month. Could be
KalmuH 120.0CO square feet; C large
lots; $300.00 per lot.
Puunul 50,000 square feet; cleared;
between car and Country Club. A
I CAN SELL
YOUR REAL WTTATE OR BUSL
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of all
kinds sold quickly for cash In all
parts of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
you have to sell and give cash price
IF YOU WANT TO DUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FQK SALE,
S Building lot in Manoa Valny, 12
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, braslng air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 79$.
832 FORT ST.
6T0CK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
1S7 MERCHANT BTREeT.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refustd.
P. H. Burnettc-,
Attorncy-at-Law and Notary Public
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Phonen: Office Main 310; Ree.Wh.1341.
THE COBWEB CAFE,.
OUEEN and ALAKEA OTS.
TEL. MAIN 482.
Gamara &. Co., Props.-8
STEW PANS and GA.1DEN HOSE
HISHNETS, TWINE AND BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH AT
A, FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 4150 King Ct Katssy fjloek, hM
Huuanu and Smith Git.; Tel, Main IBO
OF ALL KINDS,
Otshrs In Lumber ind Cor-i
QUCKN ST., II 'I I' l HONOLULU.
The secret of making a rich
appetizing cup of coffee ilea
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.
Help for nil.
Wallaces Indian Remedies
A Sure Cure for Piles, Old Sores, and
All Kinds of Skin Disease and
FOR SALE ONLY BY FIRST-CLASS
Made and put up by The Honolulu
Remedy Co, J. Lor. Wallach, Mgr.
If you want first-class work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
Schuman Carriage Co,,
QUEEN 6T. NEAR FORT.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
138 AND 158 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
WHILE IT LASTS, GOOD
Guava Jelly. 4c a Lb.
FACTORY HOrr.L STREET
PHONE BLUH 1411.
LUKE ROGERS Is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets.
o FINE o
0 AT e
FINE LINE OF
DRY GOODS AND SHOES
WAH YING GHONG CO,
KINQ 8T, EWA BIDE MARKET,
Republicans should remember on
election ilny that Thurston opposed the
County Act. and so did the. Advertiser.
It Is now the law of this Territory.
Thurston ninl die principal scratchers
ulll do nil they enn to get the Act re
pelled, Thurston tins contracted the
ilvlc Itch nml wants everybody in Ho
nolulu to scratch his back. Thurston
was n llepulillcnii, he now nihocnlcn
tho election of nn Incompetent Demo
i rat lu Iho office of Sheriff. Thurston
wnnts the electors to hcllctc that ,tho
Chlo Veils, Homo Kulcrs nml Demo
crats will unite iniil tnnt harmony, re
form nnd purity will be tho result. Do
)ou believe him? Will n Democratic
police mnchlno with nn Incompetent
Sheriff In control. Improve Hie condi
tions In Honolulu?
Will tnuken slntc spcclflcnlly wlmf.
reforms he will Introduce In tho po
lice department? Will Hie Itepubll
enns of Honolulu scratch their ballots
to dismiss llepulillinn policemen niul
(III the pollen (one with Democrats?
The scratched ballot Is a Mile for tlio
repeal of the County Art, The saloons
enn only bo regulated lijr leglslntlon.
'I ho Sheriff eutiiiot innko law. Don't
he mislead liy Ihurstnii nml the Ad
vertiser Don't scratch )our ballot to
put In office incompetent nnd Irrespons
ible offlco seekers. Sny why before
MEN Ail TRIAL
The case of I Mnrcello, rhnrged
with stentlng linen from the transport
iliiford. Is going on before Judge Dole
In tho Keileriil Court
The morning was taken up with tlio
testimony of live witnesses for the
piiuecutlnn, (unrlcnnnster Captain
Ilelclt. nnd the fourth nniier, deck qunr
lermasler. master nt-nrins nnd second
Mounrcl of tho Iliiford,
'Mm testimony went lo show Hint
napkins had been plnccd up the back
of Marcello's mat by Costa, the Stew
ard, who is ulso charged with Iho same
crime. It ulso shows Hint .Mnrcello be
came frightened, hcllovlng that ho wns
annul to be enught nnd Jumped out. of
n large rt hole, nnd swam ashore.
The prosecution sprang n surprise in
the nftcrnoon hy placing Costn, tho
other -defendant, on tho stand ns n Gov
ernment witness. Ho described tho
Mealing of tho napkins dearly nml
mode n very strong witness, nflcr
which tho defendant. took tho stand In
Im own behalf unit made n general de
ntal of tho charges, snylng that ho knew
nothing nboul what ho was charged
with till told by Quartermaster Captain
NEW - TO-DAY
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OK" THE
rlrst circuit. Territory of Hnwall. in
Probate: nt Chambers. In tho Matter
of tho Kstato of C. Ahl. deceased. He.
foro Judgo John T. Do llolt. Order
of Notice of Petition for Allowance nf
I'lnal Accounts and Discharge in this
i;stntn. On reading nnd filing tho pu
lltlnn nnd ncrounta of William I..
Whitney, Administrator do bonis non
of tho estate of C. Ahl, deceased,
wherein ho nsks to bo nllowod 17.
432.HS nnd ho charges himself with
117.333.59. nnd nsks Hint tho same may
bo examined and npproved, nnd that
a final order may bo mndo of dlstrlbu
linn of tho properly remaining In his
hands to the persons thereto entitled
nnd (Uncharging him nnd his sureties
(rnm nil further responsibility nu such
Admlnlstrntor-d-h-n nnd further rcpro.
sent that no attorney's fen have been
paid and ho asks that tho amount of
laid nttorneya fee to bo paid by him
shall ho fixed. It Is ordered Hint MON
DAYiftho 3111) day of DKCEMHEIt. A.
I), lOOti, at 9 o'clock a. m. before tho
Judgo of xald court nt tho court room
if tho said court nt Honolulu. Islnnd
of Onlui, be nnd the samo hereby Is
appointed ns tho time and plaro Tor
hearing isald petition nnd accounts,
end that nil persons interested may
then and them appear nnd show
rniiso If any they have, why tho same
should .not o granted, nnd may pre
sent evidences ns to who nro entitled
In the said property. And Hint notice)
of this order. In tho Kngllsh language,
be published In the Evening Ilullotln
newspaper, printed nnd published In
Honolulu, once n week for three suc
cessive weokn, tho last publication til
lo not less than two weeks previous
lo tlio tlmo therein appointed for tniu
Dated nt Honolulu this 20th day of
(Signed) .1. T 1)13 IIOI.T.
Kirs' Judgo of the Circuit Court
of tho I'lrst circuit.
(Blgned) J. A. THOMPSON.
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho
Canllo & WltliliiRton, attorneys for
3521 Oct 21, 31, Nov 7 11. .
For Want Column See Pane Six
furnished loom, II mi cool, on car
linn Phoiiii ir.ll lllitn ll.V.'ltf
IOO.oOii pliieiipplii plants and inomiO
pliiciipplii stools Prim lu In 120
per li'iHi Aildri'Hn A W Eiimes
Wuliluwn 3531 Iw
Pair iiikii iiliisnea In nun.
, ilil. nlllc-u. Iltmunl
WVKNINfl nilt.l.WTtN. HONOLULU. T. It . WEDNESDAY. OCT. 21, IDOfl.
It-! uM It-? J S
nf5ep? T " S RIM.
' a2 a a2 ?S rfc x i s.i.
". m i, .ml p n. StU
I I I
? ) I I f IS ll I 3 i", " 6
I an.) I
1J S 18 l 7 S 4J o 41 1 7 ) 19 6 III)
It ip s m I
II V 7 1610 j) 511; l 3 6i U j, -
3 io id I !li J) 6 e6 i 7 6 oo 3 JS o 16
;6 il 41 1.4I - 6 -1,V ou 6 01 3 17 I 13
p. m, nml I
IS I 4 .VI 7 U 6 )J 6 Cl J 17 J 11
I S I i 1 17 7 45 7 15 ' S ( "3
Klrst quarter of the moon Oct. 24th.
Hawaiian standard litno is lu hour.
30 minutes slower than OreenwlcH
time, being that of tho meridian of 1S7
degrees 30 minutes. Tho time wblstla
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho same
as Orconwlcli, 0 hours 0 minutes. Hun
nnd moon nro for local time tor the
Wednesday, October 21.
Stmr. Mlknhnln, Gregory, from Knu-
aL 6:63 n, m.
Stmr. Ileloue, Nelson, from I-nhalnn,
Knwnlhnc nnd Hnmaktin ports, 1:20 n.
Schr. Concord, fiom Konn ports, fl
Tuesday, October 23.
.Stmr. Maul. 8. Thompson, for Knual
ports, ." p. m.
Stmr. Noenu, I'cilcrson, for Malm
l.onn, Honoknn nnd Kiikullinele, C p. m.
Stmr. I.lkellke. Naopala, for Molo
kal, Maul nnd Unnal ports, n p. m.
fitHr. Knunl. for Hawaii ports, fi p. m.
Wednesday, October 21.
O. 8. H. A lamed j, Dow dell, for Snn
Francisco, 10 n. in
V, 8. A. T. Hlicrmnn, Lnfllli, for Ma
nila, It n. 111.
P. M. 8. 8. Algol, lKketl, from San
8. S. Aotca, I3vnns, from tho Col
onies, Stmr. Miknhnt.i, (iregory, fiom Mil
lawclt, n, m,
Per stmr. Maul, October 23. Mrs.
J. 13. Illcln, Ulshop l.lhcrt, Mrs. Kcll
ncr, P. Isenberg, I'nthcr tHrlch. Miss
M. J. Wilcox, S. W. Wilcox. Mrs. C.
M. Cooke. Mr. Crawford. Mr. Kellner
Miss Kellner.- (loo. II. Knlrchlld. .Ino.
II. Wilson. Miss Anderman, Mrs. Wil
cox, Mrs, Isenberg.
Per stmr.'Mlknhnla. from Knunl. Oct
21. W II. Kite. 0. Klmbiill. M. II Ker.
iiniiilcz. Miss' A.' K. Peliu, Mrt. Will-
kokl, Miss E. TrcTclynn. .1. K. Pnrlry.
J. II. Coney, fl. Bpllzer, K. Ilnmnno C.
E. King nnd 35 deck.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. nml Mrs. C. A. Cash Inlto this
menus of thanking the many friends
who so thoughtfully assisted them
during their recent bereavement.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21,
1" & A. M., arc requested to meet at
the Masonic Templo tomorrow (Oct.
L5lh) afternoon nt 3 o'clock for tho
purpose of nttcndlng the funeral of
our lute llrothcr Oeo. T. Demon.
Mem Peru (f Pacific nnd Oceanic
Lodges nnd nil sojourning Drothcia
uro Invited to attend.
Dy order W. M.
ARDOR DAY PROCLAMATION.
In aecordnnro with tho custom In
nugiirated Inst yenr of setting apart n
dny for the promotion of forest growth
I hereby deslgnnto Friday, November
2nd. moil, oh AIH10K DAY for tho Ter-
rllnry of Hawaii, recommending Hint
appropriate exercises bo held In tho
public schools nnd Hint u part of tho
day he devoted to tho planting of trees
and slu ubs til"'" the school grounds.
(liven under my hand nnd Iho
On-at Senl of tho Territory
HEAL of Hawaii at tho Capitol
llullding In Honolulu, this
Twelfth day of October, A.
0. II. CARTER.
Oovernor of Hawaii.
3521 Oct. 21, 31.
In Fancy Boxes
If you like a pretty tint
In your correspondence
stationery you can get It
here this week.
I INE NEW LINE OF WHITIN'S
LINLN FINISH WRITINO PAPERB
with envelopes to match
In fancy boxes.
ALL THE MOST POPULAR SHADES
AND MOST CORRECT SIZES.
Hawaiian News Go,,
ALEXANDER YOUNO BLDQ.
You an cordially InylUd to li.ar tlum
ncnosTMOM mubio co l,tp.
1 Oild ftllowl' Will)
at 10c to 15c
ALL WORTH MORE MONEY, OUT YOU KNOW WHAT OUR
p FRIDAY 8PECIAL MEAN8I -me
DRIVES AWAY CARE,
Surpasses In quality any oth
er Sc. cigar In the market.
We Invite comparison.
FKE8H FLOWER AND VEGETACLE
8EEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL MAIN 3M.I
i H. Hackfeld & Co.,
! Wholesale Distributors.
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.,
THI8 IS AN ERA OF OOOD VALUES IN THIS STORE. We have never
made such good offerings, and you have never had such an opportunity to
learn how much a dollar will buy In this store.
This sale is not a catch-penny affair but one of which we are proud. IT
IS A VALUE-GIVING CHANCE WE ARE TAKING TO DIVIDE PROFITS
WITH OUR CUSTOMERS.
Note the Prices:
SUITS OF CLOTHING Good material and stylishly cut,
FROM Sjv8.&'J TO $20.00
MEN'S TROUSERS from A DOLLAR to $0.00 the pair
White Duck, all sizes and all girths $1.50 to $2.00
For Boys and Youths, good material, well made, from..35j to $2.00
Ready-To-Wear Clothes For Boys
f-ULL 8UITS KNEE PANTS No better ever offered, and the finish is
equal to any madc-to-ordcr clothing; go to you during this salo at
Low Prices from $1,00 to $8.00 ho ""
PANAMA HATS London made.
MANILA DOUBLE PLAIT, regular at. $350 NOW $1.75
HOSIERY AND 30CK3 AT LOWEST PRICES
from 2 PAIR3 FOR 25 TO 75ti A PAIR
ALL FAST COLORS AND FASHIONABLE SHADES WOMEN'S
HOSE FROM 10 TO 50 A PAIR
UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND WOMEN-Men'a Undershirts at 25f to 75 ?
Meshwork AT 75. Worth Doublo
CREPE DUE CHENE, ORQANDIE8, FIGURED LAWNS, ETC, AT
8KWT0 rnoM (KiY TO Sf.flO
DRAWERS ,:n0M UM TO $1.0
GOWNS, beautifully trimmed ... . ,, from 50( TO $1,0
0HOC0 FOR $1,00 A PAIRl 6IIOCB FOR $1,25 AND
0HOE8 FOR $1,50,
?J9 COME AND SEE QUH MILLINEnY -JQ;
L. B. KERR & GO,, Alakea SI,
60c Quart Dellvered-
HOW D E L I C I 0 U S 1 1
Harry Strange'a Pure
'PHONE MAIN roe.
1st, Chambers Drug Co.'s
2nd. All the Others
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foit and Kino; Sti.
PHONE MAIN 131
J. M. Levy & Co.,
PHONE MAIN 149.
KINQ 8TREET NEAR FORT.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1906,
nt my salesroom, 817 Knahumanti St.,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
ONE I'HAirrON In Rood condition.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1906,
nt my salesroom. fcl7 Knnhunianii HI,
ONH Hi:VKN-YKA!l-OM POLO
PONY, fast nnd gentle.
MAIA, KANSAS CITT,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
And All Principal lastern Point.
Be aar your ticket reads rla tha
Wor full Informntlon call oo
S. P. BOOTH, O. A.,
parry Building, San Francisco, CaU
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty,
663 8. BERETANIA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
Wing Wo Tal & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLED OK ALL KIND.
IH1 NUUANU OTREBT.
Ti, Main si, P, o, Bos U.
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND PAPER
KAUOMININQ AND QRAININQ.
OQnNUR NUUANU nd PAUAIII 8i,
nill3flfcaJ ' m