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There is no joy in business equal to the joy of winning out where others fail
An advertisement should be In-
mired bv cordiality, at If one would
av. "Come and tee me. I have
anmeihlnfl nf Interest to show vou."
Frem Bn Franelseot
Per Ban Franelseot
America Mnnt . . .
The first requltlte for success In
business Is to have the something of
Interest to show; and the aecond le
to Invite people to come and tee you.
THE CVENINQ BULLETIN
Mlowcra Nov. 14
A will attend to that part of the un.
I dertaklng In the MOST 3ATI3FAC
) TORY MANNER.
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Vol. X"V1II No 3523
HONOLULU. rKKRITORT OF HAWAII THURSDAY
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BULLETIN ARTIST'S SUGGESTION
FOR THE SINKING SPITE SHIP
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Thurston E hoike hou mal i mau Olelo Hoohlki,
( Curtis. ij
( All right, Lorrln; I take orders from you.
Curtis Ua hlkl la, e Lorrln. E lawe no au I kau mau
well wearing, shape keep
ing garments that will
delight the most fastidi
ous man. Every popular
pattern and cut Is rep
resented In our new
stock, All coats of this
season's make from the
famous ALFRED BENJA
MIN 4 CO, hive no vents
In the back.
For further Information
about wearing apparel In.
TEL. MAIN 25,
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL BTS
nut moreft nromlses. Gurtla.
IflMiR Will t
naai lnlaJfiern al fts- 11
977.(0 per ton. previous
nuotatlon. 3.95 cents
BEETS 88 analysis, 8s. 7 1-2d. Par.
ity, 3.80 cents. Previous quotation,
8s, 8 1-4d.
Are Greatly To Be Desired In a
Trustee, Gusrdlan or Executor,
The Highest Development of
These Qualities Is To Be Found
In a Trust Company.
Vorl fit, Oonolul'.
QREAT DEBATE READY
iTo the tunc of Honolulu, Hula, Hula,
II you want to havo n happy Honolulu
Cast your oto 'r Utown upon Elcc
It Is foolishness to voto for laukca:
You might Just ax well throw your
The Advertiser I in Imc with Iniikta.
Dcatisc they think he will to what
Dut Sheriff llrown'a the man lo pleisc
And treat Hawaiian In Dip proper
Kvcry citizen who llies In Honolulu
For nrown will snout nip-nip, nip
And march up to the polls on TucadJ
Singing: "Vote for llrown upon Elec
tion Day I"
There'll ho fish ami pol and plenty
If you only chat your olo the proper
laukea .will bring Iota of plllkl.i.
So vote for Drown upon Election
''Thurston askcu rue to vole against
Drown," said n prominent business
man this morning.
"1 told him that I Intended to olo
tor Drown and thru I asked him If bo
thought Arthur llrown was dishonest.
"Thurston then confessed that he
did not believe Brown to be dishonest.
I "I asked Thurston If ho did hot
think that llrown personally wbh a
better man than laukca.
"Thurston confessed that such Is the
case. He said he did not like Brown
on account of the men he has around
him, and then tried to get me to vote
agalnat Brown and for a man whom
he aaya himself he has no confidence
I "If that Is not a clear case of tho
gang trying to get laukea Into office
! In order that they may handle him, I
don't know what ou call It.
I "Thurston says he will beat Drown
If ho can. His only purpose In doing
It U to get a man In his place that he
can either handle, or. If not, make fun
of and Anally kick out as an Incoropo
tent Hawaiian. That's what ho la driv.
Ing at. Drown Is sure of election. The
j.eoplo know Thurston of old.
"1 supposa you noticed what tho
morning paper ssya of split ticket thla
morning. It sas tho party managera
are worried oer tho split ticket In
"It is' true the party managers don't
H. - tlckeL but don, you think
for a minute that the splitting la fot
lowing the lines that the Advertiser
and the Civic Federation point out. Not
on your lifel
"Thurston's natiur nreaches tho unlit
ticket. Then when there Is an Indl-'
cation of the otcrit following tho
rchemc, he straightway scrcoches
treachery. Thurston Is out-Isukealng
tho laukca chameleon."
Your grocer sells Pol Breakfast r'ood
J. Hopp & Co.,
1C53.105J-10I5 BISHOP ST.
One of the leading Judicial of-
fleers of the Territory nan mado
tho statement that he will ccr- 4
4- talnly vote for Drown a a pro-
lest against the vicious and thor-
4 otighly dishonorable attacks that
havo been mado upon him. "Tho
Advertiser has convinced mo that
there Is only one thing for mo to
do If I Intend to support decency
- nnd honor In American-Hawaiian
My in in
Hie special meeting nf the Hoard of
Supervisors which has been called fot
tomorrow night for the purpose of ex
kmlnlng the bnllota to bo used for the
county election, will be peculiar In that
the Dotrd Is absolutely without power
to do anything In the matter, even U
It should want to do so. The wnoio
thing will be a mere formal rubber at
the balloU with no other purpose than
to comply strictly with tho law,
Tho ehapter of the County Act cover
in,"; elections says as follows: "The
County Clerk shall prepare tho' balloU
to bo used nt elections for County of
ficers and shall furnish tho same to the
Hoard of Supervisors at least two days
prior to the election." In no place doer
the law give tho Supervisor!) the pow
er to do anything whatever with thu
"The meeting Is called to comply
ktrlclly with the law," said County
Clerk Katauoknlanl, "Hut tho Super
visors can not make any changes In
the balloU or do anything at all with
them except look at them."
The railroad station at Aica war
broken Into tact ill -lit nnd the money
drawer of tho ticket cum; u J jf ?!!'
It Is supposed that the wurt w..i
done, by u Porto Ittran and as soon or
tho robbery was discovered this morn
ing the pollen were out on tho trull.
Tho man who did tho Job Is bc!(ccd to
bn somewhere near I'uuloa.
The fellow evidently knew tho lay of
tho land pretty well as ho went direct
ly to tho place where the money is kept
and paid no nttntlcn to other possible
(Special to the Aulielln
Kamuela, Hawaii, Oct. 26. A very
amusing accident occurred to a Dutch
man who raises chickens In Walmca,
Hawaii, and sells about one In a year.
He expected a chicken from Hono
lulu by tho last Klnau and went down
to Kawalhao (twelve mllcK from Ka
muela), thu landing place of the Kl
nau and waited for hla chicken. The
last boat with freight had comn along
side tho pier nnd lie closely scanned
It, but thcro was no chicken, so ho
went to the freight clerk and told his
woe. Tho freight clerk looked over
his bill of lading and found that thcro
was a chlckon on board for him, so
ho sent a boat after It.
In the mcantlmo thu Dutchman took
the last boat returning to tho sjeamer
to act tho chicken nimscir.
yiien he got on hoard the chicken
had already started ashore and as
there weru no morn boats going
ashore tho Klnau (.teamed off with tho
Dutchman, and tho cowboys and peo
ple hero arc wondering what became
J. 1. Cooke leaves In the next steam
er lor New Zealand on a vacation trip
He will probably be aicompunlcd by
WEDDING SILVER AND BIRTH
have a value aside frem the Intrinsic.
You want them for their associations,
The burglar burgles for their Value in
coin. Put them In our care and fool
TniMt Comptiny Uttt.
Mooclalrd frets Svrdal Cabu;
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Nov. t
Cersehunln, the famoua Terrorist, has
escaped from Siberia. He evaded the
guards by concealing himself In a wa
(Auodatttl frtm SptcM Cnblt)
SHANGHAI, China, Nov. 1. The
Chinese warship Chlnlva Is ashore at
the entrance of the river.
(Amntiatrd rrt RptcM Cahlr)
TOULON, France, Nov, 1. A storm
s raging here. Many wrecks strew
the shores and the Jetties are ruined.
In the Fire
QUEENSTOWN, Ireland, Nov. 1.
The British steamer Nemea was burn
ed here today. Two lives were lost,
Kdltor Evening Dulletln: It does
not often happen that a public oflker
Is appreciated In a way ho deserves,
but when It so happens, it Is worth re
cording. Tho Deputy Sheriff at Wnl
mca, Kauai, Is tho proud recipient of a
gold badge, tho Insignia of his ofllco,
nnd admiring friends aro the donors.
Three Japanese hotol keepers of thl
place passed tho hag around and In
h short time had funds enough for a
beautiful gold badgo and presented tho
same to Sheriff Crowcll. The badge la
an artistic piece of work and highly
tlccoratlvo to tho wearer, who, It Ib to
bo hoped, duly appreciates this show
of the esteem In which ho Is held by
Waimra. Kiiunl. Oct. 29.
A New Year
The old business year Just ended and stock-taking over. We
found our last year's trade far greater than we expected. Every
man'e heart in the store la tilled with pride and all will atrive to
put 1907 away ahead of the old year Just ended. We need every
OUR SHOE VALUES ARE BETTER;
OUR 3TYLE8 ARE THE LATEST!
OUR PRICES CAN'T BE DUPLICATED,
Remember, no old shoes In our shop.
We solicit the tr'de of every rrun, woman and child.
1051 Fort Street,
(AHfitMfd Frut Sptelal Cahltl
NAPLE8, Italy, Nov. 1 Avatanchea
on Vesuvius are doing great damage
and earthquake ehocka are becoming
frequent and severe.
BAYONNE, N. J., Nov. I. -A great
fire Is raging at the Standard Oil
docks of thla place.
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SPOKANE, Wash, Nov. 1. Four
men were killed here today In a battle
between robbers and officers.
Editor Evening Dulletln The Ad
vertiser in Us Issue nf iho :t)th mukes
Its rendcra Infer that tho (Inventor ar
gues that to save I.nnal from disap
pearing Itnti Ilia ether. It Is only neces
sary to replaro the gouts now found
thereon by sheep, lllblknlly, I am
aware, sheep nro the gend bos and
goats the bad onrs, but practically Is
the nibbling of sheep morn conducho
to thu establishment of undergrowth
nnd forest growth, tbnn Is tho nibbling
of goats? It might seem to the uni
nitiated that tho Government should
hold Its Interests In tho Island, kill the
gonls thereon, spend money on Its af
fnrcstratlon, then in course of time
see what can be dnnn In tho way of
settlers, before concluding to pass
over tho whole Island to flocks of
sheep with one solitary but gay shep
herd in charge.
The firemen will have new suits In
almut' two wecka after (he style used In
New York In summer. Tho hats will
bo nf straw and lighter shirts used
than thosn worn at present.
l.cttrra nf adoption wero granted Mrs.
Maggie Kuola over Tail San. a lioy six
mouths old. by Judge De Dolt thti
morning. Tho consent of tho child's
Halcaka, arrested last night on n
charge of drunkenness, forfeited his
G ball money this morning rather than
face tho pollen Judge.
Shoe Co., Ltd,,
'Phone Main 282
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