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nvnNiNo mn.urriN. honquh.h. r n . Saturday, nov h. wn.
uawI0.. K.N0W 0F PEOPLE AROUND YOU WHO
EuE,E.9URDENED nY HEAVY rUNERAL EXPENSES
COMING UNEXPECTEDLY ?
Mi.Tnf),DDT,H,,18.V0.Un8ELF BY JOIN'NO THE HARRISON
MUTUAL BURIAL ASSOCIATION.
Do you know what the benefits of the Association are ?
i. uA: fun",al t0 "y member In event of death, no matter
If he has Just Joined the Association.
Do you know how little Is the cost?
Only a membership fee of $6.bo, which Is for life, and xn
occasional small assessment to pay the funeral expenses of a
8lnce or8an,"d 4,343 certificates have been Issued and
319 members burled. The greatest cost to any of the 319 burled
members Was $7,501
JOIN NOW BEFORE TOO LATE.
J. H. T0WN8END
Have You Tried This Butter?
Creamery Table Butter
Im one cif the best Creamery butter
ever bronlit to Honolulu.
Why not 1vo lim n trial
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.,
TEL. MAIIN 261
Leather Art Goods
The finest and largest ex
hibit ever made in Honolulu.
Included are: Sofa Pillows,
Tablecovers, Doilies, Mats,
Calendars, Banners, Music
Rolls, Purses. Cigar Cases
and a great variety of Novel
ties, burnt in Hawaiian
Ice Cream Parlors,
Two Low-Priced Specials
We want you to visit our store. To Induce you to rin so
and see our excellent linn of Dry Goerin we .ire ottering for
thli week TWO LOW-PRICE SPECIALS They are In several
JAPANt.SU SILK s ..',cv PER YARD
JAPANESE CRLPE .OC pcn YAn"
WAH YING CHONG CO,
KINO ST., CWA SIDE MARKET.
HOME OF QOOn THINGS
Our BUTTERNUT and GERMAN
BREADS are the most nutritious
breads made, and THE PALM'S bak
er has the knack of making his bread
just a bit better than others. Ask for
either of theso breads; you will like
them and they" cost no more than the
ordinary kind, rlfioush they are r.'ueh
What We truthfully claim for the
bread Is also true of our Home-made
CANDIE8. They are made here un
der the management's careful super
vision, thus assuring their cleanly
Why not try them?
116 HOTEL NEAR TORT Of.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE MORTGAGE AND OF
Under anil liy virtue of n power of
pule contained In Hint mortgage dat
ed March 21, 1903, made by J. W. Ke
ola, known an J, V. Kcola Kelkl, and
l.lzzlo Kenkn Kcola Kelkl, his wife,
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, mortgagor, and J. Alfred
Magoon, mortgagee, recorded Jn tho
Registry Office, Oahu, In l.llxir 217,
pages 19.V1!)7 notlcu Is hereby jjlvcn
that said mortgagee Intends tojforo
close sold mortgage for condition
broken, to-wlt: non-payment oflprln
clpal and Interest when due. No led
Is hereby likewise given that tho
lands eonvo)cd by said mortgage,
will bo sold at public miction at the
unction rooms or Will K. Klshor, cor
ner of Kort and CJueen Streets, Ho
nolulu, on Monday, the 12th day of
No ember, HiOiJ, at 12 o'clock noon of
Terms: Cash, United Slntcs Gold
Coin; deeds nt expense of purchaser.
J. ALKHHD MAGOON,
Dated, Honolulu, October 13, l'JOC.
The property covered by said mort
gage nnd to bo sold as aforesaid tou
All the right, tltlo nnd Interest of
said Mule Keaka Kcola In tho lands
nnd premises and estntr of I). i:inr.
deceased, wherever situate, Inherited
by her, said l.lzzlo, from her rather
Kaalkapu nil her right title and In
terest in said lands, premises and es
tate acquired by Wrtiio of that ter
tain deed from Kalo, et al., innilu
April 27, 18'JI, recorded In tho Regis
try Office, Oahu, in lllicr 140, pages
.131-4, seo also probntc records No.
2451. (Lands situated In I'uhcemlkl,
All the right, title nnd Interest of
Bntd l.lzzlo Keaka Kcola in and to
the Innds 'unci premises described In
deed of Keaka Kaholciaumoe record
ed In tho Registry Orflce, Oaliu, In
I.llicr 141, pngo .'0, and In deed from
Kamallc Mnllan to said l.lzzlo Kenka
Krola recorded In lllicr 223, pages
All tho land described In deed of
Knhulunul Knnmnku mid Knhlwalanl
recorded In said ofrlce In I Hilt in I,
Tho land secondly nnd thirdly
abovo ilrsctllinl being Kltunle nt Kn
iiluwetn, Onliu, and mure particularly
described tin follows:
All that Innd in III nf Kauluwela,
portion of U C. A. 7713, It. 1 1473,
hounded as follows:
Commencing at tho eastern corner
of this nt intersection with stream
N. 18 on' W. 1.8 chains along A.
8. 28 W. 3.99 L2 chains along samo
nnd narrow Inno along Htlllinnn'M
8. 43 30' K. 2.99 1-2 chains along
School Street to stream; tbenco
along stream and following boun
dary of Kalamn's Kuleann 1.. C.
A. 2131 to commencement.
Excluding however therefrom two
certain pieces of land described In
releaso by said mnrlgagco dated the
31st day or July, 1903. nnd recorded
In tho Registry ofllcc. Oahu. liber 273,
pages 163-1, nnd reserving also a piece
or land known ns tho Ilompko lot, nl
mi tho land known as tho Dlas Int.
One quarter undivided of Apana 2
of R. p. 712, Award 1313 to Wallehua,
situate nt Wnlklkl, Oahu, iilorosald.
For further particulars npply to
Magoon & l.lghtroot, attorneys ror
mortgagee, Mngoon llulldlng, Corner
Merchnn' nnd Alaken Slice.s, Hnnn
lulu or WII.I. i:. I'lSHIIR. auction
eer, SMS-Oct. 2", 27; Ncv 3. 10.
IN TIU: CIRCUIT COURT OF Till?
First Circuit. Territory or Haw nil. At
Chambers. Fusa Knbayashl Ujcmurn
. Oconto Ujemurn. Divorce Sum
mons Tho Territory or Haw nil: To
tho High Sheriff of tho Territory of
Hawaii, or his Deputy; tho Sheriff of
the County or Oahu. or his Deputy:
You nro commanded to summon
(leorge UycmuiM to appenr twenty
days arter sen Ice, before such Judge
or tlu Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit ns shall lio sitting at Chambers
In tin Court Room at Honolulu, Oahu,
to niiMver tho annexed ,lbol ror 1)1
oreo of Fusa Koliayashl Ujcmurn;
nnd )im nro rurther commanded, by
order or tho Honorable Judgo
or the Circuit Court or the Cir
cuit. And hnvu you then there this
Writ with full return or your pro
ceedings thereon. Witness the Hon
ornblo J. T. Dn Holt. First Judgo or
tho Circuit Court or the First Circuit,
at Honolulu, Oahu, this 21st day of
(Sgd.) (lllOROi: I.UCAB.
3527 Oct. .11; Nov. 3, 7, 10, 14, 17.
$50 DOLLARS REWARD
Notice la hereby given that a RE
WARD Or riFTY DOLLARS ($M00)
will be paid (or the ARREST and CON
VICTION of an person committing
an Election Fraud or Misdemeanor,
under the Election Laws or tho Terri
tory of Hawaii, at the next General
Election to he held on the Sixth Day
ol November, A, D, 1906,
GEORGE R, CARTLR,
Governor of Hawaii,
Honolulu, Novvmlisr lit, 1000,
W HI II II I !
JPT PULUTIN ADB, PAY "PC
Republicans Greeted By
-: Great Crowds At
News from the polliltal ciiisndcra of
both pnrtles on the other sulu of tho
Island were brougnt to town Friday by
Interpreter Sheldon, who left the Re
publicans at WnlUtio, nnd It. II Tient
who, together with i: II, McClnnahnn.
arrived from Kahuku this motnlng by
Sheldon reports that the Republic
ans nro meeting with surprising suc
cess In Koolaupoko. They arrhed nt
1 o'clock Thursday afternoon nl Kn
r.cohe, where they found a largo crowd
waiting ror them An enthusiastic
meeting wns held until fi:.i(l p m.,
when the candidates went on to Will
knne. where they hid dinner nnd
sront the night nt 1,. I McCnndlesV
country residence At Wnllcanc n
tplcnilld meeting was held Thursday,
lasting from 7 3D p m until midnight.
People nssembled rrom quite (Mutant
places to hear the speakers, nnd ex
pressed the rouilctlnn that It wnn
better to pin oneV faith to tho Ilepub
Mean party, which could show a rcc
ord or work H h.id pcrrormcMl, than
to tho Demociats, who could only glo
Deacon Trent said that the Demo
crntle parly, which is u day ahead of
tho Republicans cm tho lino or match,
baclliac! some ery good meetings, es
pecially nt Hnuiila, where, he sal.l, tho
crowd had broken nil pre Ions ree
ords (or that place.
In town Hie polltlcnl excitement will
bo somewhat less, all hough there will
The Republicans will hao one
meeting nt the Cummins residence nt
Pnwan nnd another at the Knuluwela
Camp on Vlneanl ,1.01, -rim ),.,.
ocrnts will b,ie a 1110. ling nt tho brick
jnrd In Nuuanu nlle
Chas. K Notle tin-Home Rule inn
dldalc foi Dilegnle will lcuu this nf
tcruoon In tin Kln.iu for Lnupaluiehne.
whence be will n to P.inullo, wheie
he has register I
ROUGH WEATHER OUTSIDE
Nearly nil the inter hlaud sliumcrs
(otning In report lough weather and
hcniy seas. The tug Fearless iiIko ex
perienced n ery rough nissagn to
IIII11 cm her way to get the Intrepid.
Ilrtno was. caked halt way up her smoke
Mack .when she came In ami tho crew
report that she was stirklng her nose
under most of the way. It, took 2.1
hours for her to make the run, al
though under normal conditions she
run make It In If.', 2 hours. It took
t.nly 21 hours to return, ami sho was
towing tho Intrepid at that
Cuptnln Townsepif of tho NIII1.111.
which nrrlicd from Kauai jpclciduy,
U'pnrts hcaiy swells running.
Tho pupils or Knuluwela school
planted six 11 its cm Arbor Day under
tho direction of Prlttt.lii.il Rhnda tlreeu
nnd her lu-slttintx. Miss HeermanV
class took the jirlrp for the best hiIii
tlnna regla ticu pl.inleil Inst je.ir. Tin,'
program of )ciloidn'h exenUs rut
lows: bone Tho Miiiiro Tree Rooms land 2
Recitation The Co 01 1'aliim Room 2
honp, The Cocci Palm .... Room 2
Sonc JIu Klnwo Tien . ...llninn 1
Fong-?rbor Day,., ..Rcoms .1 nnr cl
Sons Tho Trees , Room 3
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 1, 1906,
From 10:30a. m. to 4 p. m.
Namnhann Iluchnnnn to Pioneer
-Mill Co Ltd I,
John A Nunes and wr to Mary Phil
I.uclo .1 Alenc astro et al to Sao Mar-
tlnho lien Sue or II M
A II K Kcnhoknlnte et al lo Adrian
M Keoho 1)
Thomas .1 Mossman to Jn.ues 8
i:st or II P lllshop by Irs to J R Atll-
erton Hst Mil I)
Hnlclwn Hotel Co Ltd to J II Alh
erton i:sl Ltd I,
Ter or llnw by (lav lei J II Ather-
ton lt Ltd D
I 11 Atherlon Hst Ltd to V Aliln ..Rid
Jnmcs I) Dnln to Cleunoio 8 Ath
llnw 11 Plneapplo Co Ltd to l'.lc.inore
.1 Athertnn I)
Kale M Athertnn to Chnrles II Ath
erlon et nl PA
I'hailes W Month and wf to J II'
Atherlon Kst I. Id I)
K Murnoka to Ilaldwln Null llnuk of
A II Otis to Honolulu )i us Co lis
Honolulu Drug Co In Hank of Hawaii
I Ml CM
Honolulu Drug Co to A II Otis I M
J.iiuc D Dele to Will.ird II llriiwn I)
I law 11 Plnenpi'l' Co Ltd to Wlllanl
I! llrowii II
i mi m
JST- BULLETIN AD3. PAY -&C
and lladdtr Troubles
4C'Nf( ftlHttttt '
NO rici: OF sam: OF CnttTAIN Pill.
i.ic land known as tiiu
i.iipau;i i.imkstoni: 1.01
Al 12 o'clock noon, Saluiclay Noem
be.- 21th. lOni;, nt front entrnncc to the
Judl-lnry llulldlng, Honolulu, tlicic
will he sold nl Public Auction under
the piovlslona of Bc-llon 17, Part IV,
lili'l Act. 1 S01 (Section 27R Uctlsed
l.tws of Hawaii) the following land.
301 0 nt
thai laud near Wulanae, Oahu, known
us tuiiLlineiloti a,1. mid mid to con
tain n Hrge deposit of natural lime of
n high degrca of purity
Upset price $3010 00, plus tost of Pal
cut :ind Stamp
Terms Cnsh. I S Cold Coin.
For plans mid (uitlicr pirtkular.i up
ply nt Office of Commissioner of Public
Lands, Judlclnr) llulldlng, Honolulu.
IAS. W PRATT,
CommlsKloii-r of Public 1-nnds,
Honolulu, October 2.1th, 190H.
.1122 Oct 2.1, 27. Nov, .1. 10, 17, 23.
The Governor directs that notice be
RlvtM of the following polling plnccs
rnil Inspectors or Klecllon for tho Oen
oral Flection to ho held November Clh.
I U'H1 lor the election of n Delegate In
tho House or Representatives of the
United Slates to sene during tho Six
tieth Congress, nnd for three SenntoH
from the Third Sennlorlal District, and
six Represenln'lvc-s to the t.cglsluturo
of the Territory of Hawaii Irom the
fourth ri:pri:sf.ntativi: dis
trict island of oahu.
The first named Inspettor In. each
precinct nets ns thnlrninii.
ltt Precinct. Polling plato. nenr
the foot or Piinnhou Street. Inspect
nrs: A. F. Clark, Sam Knmaloplll and
J. K. Knob!.
2nd Precinct. Polling plnce. corner
or Young nnd Alexander Streets. In
tpectnrs: W. II. Charlock, I). V.
Thrum nnd Daniel Knlaunwa.
3rd Preclntt Polling plnce. corner
Ke-'auniokn Street and Wilder Acmm,
Inspectors: Chns. Crnne, C. Hemenway
ami II. A. Juen.
4l!i Prcclnrt. Polling place, Thnmn
Scpnre. Inspectors: T. II. Pelrle, Jc
lilts Asch nnd W J. Knuntll.
Bl'i Precinct Polling plnce, Oovern
mcnl Stnbles 011 Kcnwo S'reet. In
rpeclors A T Iliock, Win. Umu
Austin nnd It. I.udloff.
Ctli I'reilnct. Polling idnco. Knpu.i
Iwu llulldlng. Inspcttorx: Finnk 0
Atherlon. O. O. Swain nnd riccl. Tup
Tl It Proline t. Polling plnce. cornet
or Alnkca nnd Iteretanln Str.'ols. In
Hpeclors- A. V. Peters, W. P. llolli
nud John Hills.
$lh Pieclncl. Polling place, near tlu
Flro Station, corner or llcrctnnla Ao
nnu and Fort Street. Inspectors 0
A. Ynrrltk. S. II. Derby nnd C. Moras
fltli Precinct. Polling place, on Nun
mm Avenue, opposite Hates Street.
Inspectors: (ieo. C. Potter, (leci. Kluo
rel nud J. II. Knhnhawal.
IOIIi Precinct. Polling phce. ScIicmi!
Ilnuso nt Wnlmnnnlo. Insiiectors:
Oco. C. ('liniment, A. Irvine nnd Ahum
fiitii ui:i'iik8i:ntativi: dis
triot island of oahu.
1st Prcrlntt. P.ollliig place, Nnk.i
punhl residence, Knnlaea. InHpeclors.
II ('. Adninii, (1, 8. Knlncbao nnd J. M
2nd Precinct. Pulling place, Koulnu
lna Court House. Inspectors: Andrew
Adntns. J, II. Kennii and Arthur Kn
3rd Precinct. Polling plnce, Wnlnlmi
Court House. Inspectius: A. M. Now
oil, D. Kaiiwnlu nnd Ruel Kinney.
Itb Precinct. Polling place, Wnla
tino Court House, lnspectom. .1.
Sihiilmclstcr. 8. K .1 1 ill nnd Kahlona
5th Precinct. Polling place, llw.i
Pavilion. Inspectors: P. A. Swlrt, D
Kiihlmnna and Victor Kapulc.
Clh Precinct. Polling plnce. Kwa
Court House. Inspectors: 1 C. Snillh,
II. I.. Achun nud (leo. Mallna,
7lh Precinct. Polling place. Kalihl
Etnlilcs on Walakamlln Rond. In
epectors: Peter Nalual, U. M. Wntsor
nnd Wlllard K. Ilrown.
Slh Precinct. Polling place, (ltilck
Avenue, maiiku of Knllhlwucim School.
Inspectors: Thos. I:. Stroup, (leu. liar
I.cr and lloaplli Kaauwal.
9th Precinct. Polling plnce, Ach'
Slablea on King Street, Inspectors'
M. K I lulu, J. .1. Ilyrno nnd K. A. Motl
10th Precinct. Polling plate, comer
rf I.lllhn and Kuimwal Lane. Inspect
ora. I,. J. Warren. W ll.Mc C'lcllan and
John K. Prcndergnst.
Illh Precinct. Polling plnco, corner.
nr Miamnt Street anil Nuuanu Avenue,
Inspectors- l.ylo DUItey, Rov. I), Kit
uulilpauln nnd . I. C Curler,
12th Precinct. Polling place, tcirncr
jard Street, between River nnd Llllha
Streets, luspecliirs A. I.owls, Jr.. J
K. Notley anil J. 11. Fuller
J.1tli Precinct. Polling plnce, -Anla
Park Inspectors: W. Williamson,
Pat (lle.ison nnd (Jeo. Fern
A. I.. C. ATKINSON,
Seetetnry of Huwnll,
3.123-Oct. 29, Nov.,1, 3, 5,
V I'M C fo'unnJitiiTA
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WCCMIMMa. ' ''",,' " llrllrt1l
.H.JWtMtCilCO v,t, ,1 i-ol ..Itlii.
Mzit r pciMi(CM,
fsoia uy iimcsui,
IMS l f " "
Unless you have heard tlir recent
models you can hardly re.ilKe the
atfrft ImprovrmeiitB that have been
made Hear It at
nCMCSTROM MUHIC CO., LID,
ODD FELLOWS' DLOO,
Tim Wit'M) IMIlInn nf lim Hvhiim
Hniiriiu KheN n loiiipliif suiuiusrr u'
tiit) iicvtN u( lliu dny, Par gij, j yui.
fPSf Onn'M CI
Schools, Restaurants. Caterers!
Your Attention, please!
I Tl- 1.
i ins wcck tvtrs rvtiAKiND is scilinj;
GOOD GUAVA JELLY at
Four Cents per Pound.
Any kind of containers will do. The
Jelly WILL KEEP.
MRS. ANNIE KEARN5,
j FACTORY, HOTEL
Wm. Larsen, Manager.)
SAN FRANCISCO I
NOVELTY LEATHER COMPANY I
412 Market Street
Snn Francisco. Cnl
Dear Sir: I used our "Save-thc!
Korso" on two Splints, on Inside of
front legs. Intorfenng with the cords.
W M. I.AR81.N.
Of Ifin IP 1? nnil rnna nt Umotu . .. .
badlv Mini n vert- l. .,1 Vir 1. ......1 1 1 '""" "I)v'n. with "finvo-Uie-Horso."
Costs from J5 to $25 for repeated firlnjj, Itoisc must bo laid up for sev
eral months; not 0 per cent, of the oases are cured, fluttering Is less of.
fectlve. Mercurial preparations produce Irreparable Injury.
"SAVIJ-THIMlORSn" JllulniitCH ull these factors. Cures without scar,
blemish or loss of hair
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Tborounhpln,
Curb, Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Put!, broken down, bowed or strained
tendon or any tase of lamenos. Horse can be worked as usual and with
boots, as no harm will result from scalding of limb or destruction of hair.
$5 Ofl Pr 1",tl0' w,,h B 'r,t,,'n guarantee, ns binding to protect you as
TJ,u"llio best legal tulent could raako IL . j.g "J23H
TROY CHEMICAL CO.,
TRADE SUPPLIED BY HOLLI3TER DRUG CO.. HONOLULU Hawaii.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ship youi
peed: and save you money.
Dealer in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse. 125 Kirifr St. Pfconc Main 53
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
is In a splendid position to secure (or
Ito patrons tho very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Alio island Poul
try of every description.
TELEPHONT. MAIN 76.
HIS CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. C. Axtell &Co, 1048.1053 Alakca
CARBORUND ' T g-
Machine and Wheel, from 2 dollars up, for Hand,
Foot or Machine Power; for any kind of tools. Anyone using tofls can.
not afford to be without CARBORUNDUM WHEEL, as it will not draw
temper from any tool. Give it a trial,
GEO. E. LA MONT . rjoLC AGENT
ROOM !, WAITY nLPG
FlfJih Rnlfin6 Wf bl'' Ml1' e"""ne ni repair
( I CMI ClKlllai(win3 machines and parti.
'fl"CrAlTJCA?r0Z8,C, BnANB OPENCe'r SEWING MA.
EVniY l)Y AT THE . CHINC CO.,
I'EIIPEOTIOIJ IIUML HAKtnY
tr - Ar,,.ir. .
ST, HONOLULU, T H
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
DCCF, PORK and CORNED BEEF,
4S7 Halght St., 25 Sixth St.
, ,rrnluJ . ,,n ,,, . ... K. .,
I JOHN N. NOWI.AN.
Binghamton N. Y.
Trow. N. Y.
FORT ST. 0?P. LOVE BLDG.
nun i iiimh us rimmi resuus ns tnysnti.
Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now wc can
Kivc you the very
Furnish us your addrrss and our
representative will call o, you
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING. PAPER HANGINQ A'"
1 1335 Nuuanu &t., below Honolulu Hum
.HAVE YOU A OLWIflG MACHINE?
1108 N INa 8T.
I'. 0. 1)0- Bill,
. .. t aJ, ..at ,-i . f i l iL JL A. '
iriisillfaisiTi'ii I 11