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EVBNtNQ ntTLtiBTlN. HONOUlLC. T. II., TUESDAY. NOV. 6, 1906.
Honolulu Commnndery Regular
0 p. m.
Alt visiting nicnilicm of the
order aro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodge.
ItAHMONV LODGE, No. I, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday (.renin at 7:30
tn 1 O. O K. Han. Fort street.
K It. HKNDIIY. Secretary.
J C 0. HOTTEU N. 11.
2 All vlaltlrs bru'.hcra very cordially
. MY81 IC LODGE, No. 2, K. of 1
Meets every Tuesday tvenlnr
7:30 o'clock In K. of V. Hall, lv'nr
street. Ylsltinr brothers cordjally In
vited to attend.
F. WAI.DRON, K.n.3.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every Friday eventrg at
K. P. Hall, Klnrs f.reet. at 7:30. Mem
ben ot Mystic Lode, No. 2, Win. Mc
Klnley Lodge. No. 8, and visiting
trffthera cordially Invited.
A. D. HOND. C. C.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.TL8.
HONOLULU LODGE 81, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodga No. 61J, 0. P. 0. B-t
will meet In tbclr ball, .m Miller
and Bcretanla atrcetf, every Friday
Qy order ot the V. It.
HARRY II. SIMPSON,
n. B. MUIUIAT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. f, K.of P.
Meets' every Saturday evening at
J:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, King
?.reet. visiting brothers cordially In
rtu to attend.
II. M. JOHNSON, CO.
pt. ,. a. JACUusun, iv.il.a.
W$ HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WWDNES
OAY evenings nt each month at 7:3C
clock In K. of P. Hall, King strcL
Visiting Eagles aro Invited tr ai
DAM McICEAOOE. W.P.
II. T. MOOKG. W. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meeta every second and fourth
FTUDAY ot each month In I. 0. 0. P.
Visiting brothera cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
i a. b, murphy, c. of n.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
, Meets every scond and fourth Wed
nesday of pnch month nt San Antonio
llalL Visiting blot hers cordially In
vfrcfi to attend,
T. F. McTICSHE. Prea.
' ' U. V. TODD. Seey.
I ;!:l8ctioo Is Pay
,, tOuslnesa men. Whether the results
"sre satisfactory or not, doesn't weak
fin our argument that you ought to
fkeep your delivery' wagon In first.
t ass repair. You will gain store preo.
tige by it and that begets more trade.
" Furthermore, you should have the
Sianon repaired here, as we'll do it
'right and at the Right Price, too.
7 QUEEN 8T. TEi.. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 103.
jC. W. ZCIGLCn..; Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Imnroved and Modern SUOAn MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
tcrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
Jand RIVETED PIPES Ifir irrigation
jjjurpoiea a specialty. Particular alien
4lon paid to JfiB WORK, and reoalrr
'ixeeuted at s'tiortest notice.
f W. R. PATTERSON
General Contractlnj and Jobbing,
Housepaintlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
'lug, Kalsomlnlnn, Brick, Cement and
stone Work, Shop with Whittle,, the
Hlgn painter, corner Hotel and Union
Jstreets. PHONC MAIN .'o
TIIE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
J TURITY CO,, LTD,
jIImI EtUte, Mortgage) Loam ami In
t vaMmrnt Oicurlll".
Ollictl Mclntyr lilrifl., Honslulu, T.ll
lp. Q, nPX m, f'HONB MAIN HI
IULUTN Al)8, PSV
rJ2TKt Old BUM I CT) S
',, WMaKy p-J Lh
rap - a
. tmit mui "' IT hh
M M ! LtJLeeaal
KMltOt C'tftlM!L I a
New assortment of l7T
Japanese and Chi- VA
ncse mattings just a
Glance critically at T
yours and sec If you
don't need a change. i i
LEWERSS COOKE. M
177 8 KING OT.
For Over 60 Years
nm heen uwd for over hixtv
Yl!Alm br MILLIOMH of HFnthrra
1KO, with perfect succeM. IT
rw .,,.7 lwv yiiiui. our Anna
th "UMS. AtLAYS all pain.
CURBS WXND COUC and l tni
by DruKsUta in every part of the
world, ljo saro and oalc for llrt.
Wioslow'a Boothlne Syrupand take
nooincr juau. beau a JMtue.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
of our clothing attention arc satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CLO-BHE8 CLEANING
CO., Alakca Street.
Pilvate Cottage "Johnson House
MRS. J. A. RODANCT.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINB.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
13 It FORT BTREET.
MIKE WRIGHT CI6AR
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try It.
HAYOCLDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
AI.EXANDCR YOUNG BLDG.
Ol' FINU JUVCLRV
NOW ON DISPLAY,
Tim Weolilr IMIIIom of llm nvnim
lliilllii ls n, jniiotii aiimitiarr n(
Ike iif.wo (if (liu ilur, fop tfi ytir,
You may disarm a difficulty In a ma.
jority of instances by timely Bulletin
Autoi for hire at Ter. Stables.
I lest cup of tortee In tho ally. New
Lilly's Poultry Food ntid prepara
tions at (.'. .1. Day's.
A carriage horpc Is wanted by Dr
llhnchnril nt Camp McKlnlcy.
Alter Killer skating go to tho Cobweb
Cafo nnd fl.tr for refreshments'.
A. N, Bnnford, optician, lloaton build
ing, Tort rtrctt, over May & Co.
The library will close for the clrcula
tlon of hcokn nt f:30 p. m. todny.
A. Itlom's special bargains contlntir
until Thursday Don't miss them
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of 1., meets
tonight In K. of 1'. Hall. King KtrceL
Neatly furnished rooms nt tho Pop
ular. , i.5o and 3 per week. 1213
Systematize your saving hy haln6
jour old lint cleaned nt tho Expert Hat
Cleaner's Fort street.
Miss Edith Pratt, daughter of A.
l'rnlt. If qulln III with finer at (licit
home on Punchbowl slope.
Mrs. Heorgc II. Carter will he ul
homo Wednesday afternoon fiom half
after thrrc until six o'clock.
Honolulu Photo-tiiipply Co. make 3
specialty of picture framing. Tho laig.
(si stock of moulding eniried In this
The lloola nnd llooulit Society nil'
hold Its weekly meeting tomorrow
morning nt 10 o'clock at the .Maternity
Coat jour Iron roof with "Arabic."
You will he surprlKcd nt Ho cool Inn and
preservative properties. California
Feed Co, agent;
.Mrs. (lea. J. Keating, who died lal
August In London, lending $400,000, he
nucathed $3000 to her godson, lllshop
St. Clement's eighth nniuml fair will
be held on November 3 In tho rccory
grounds, (orncr of Wilder acnuc and
Walklkt Inn is now owned by W. C.
Rorgln. Accommodations, supplies
nnd attendanro absolutely first class,
linen bathing on the bench.
.Mrs. S. M, Angus of 1491 Emmn
street has Issued cards for n tea Satnr
uay from I till t to meet Mrs. Fied.
Ilramler Angim, who Is one of tho ben
Thn llooultt und Ilt.oln Solely will
hold their regular monthly meeting to
morrow at 10 n. m. at the Kaplolaul
Maternity Home. All members arc re
quested to attend.
Lowers ft. Cooko have received a litis
assortment of new Japanese and Chin
ue mattings. Many (cry handhome
pattcrim n well ns tho plain varieties
are among the stock.
The Honolulu Street RalUny ilcnc
lit Association will glo Us hccoml
nnnu.il bhirtwiilst dance nt Prop ess
Halt Saturday evening, November l'lh.
Tickets SO centH each. For salo by nil
A Hawaiian was hurt while running
down the stairway from the Ilepubli-1 largest lime to vole, most of litem I'8 l'r,KWlIllK rapidly nnd nulotly
can hcjdquarters cstcrdny aftcrnoon.LccmMR j,, lll!ll0 0'f indecision n lo' ""' will lie no dlniculty in till
Ho stumbled nnd ran bis arm through
,i ntic ot glass In tho entrance door,
teverlng an artery.
Tho marriage of Francis Greenfield,
chemist for tho Ewa plantation, to El
A Inn Elizabeth Eklund took place nt Ht
Clement's chapel last evening. The
chapel wns picttlly decorated witu
llllcu nnd carnations..
St. Clement's eighth annual fair will
... ...I., v. .... ... .. .... ,.... I'
ui; iii'iu iMMuuiucr u, iui oil ine "ci'l.iig, .,
iry Kiuuiiuu, corner wnuer Avenue
uud .Maklkl htrcct. Open 2 p. in. Ad
mission: Adults, 2." cents; children, 10
cents. Concert lit evening.
Henry May & Co. hao received a
r.cw supply of tho popular California
Uoso Creamery butter. This butter In
kiincrior lo any other In tho market
i lid i iibtomcrH will bo pleased -to learn
that u big new stock ban arrived.
Tho Y. M. C. A. will recelvo Ihc elec
tion returns lonjght nnd throw them
(J n tho screen In tho hall. Tho time be
tween returns will he tilled with lantern
slides of the Islands and other vlcwj.
Other plans urn nrmuccd for Inning a
good time. HentB frco for nil men.
Major lltisscll, commanding the U. S.
inaiino guard here, had a narrow cu
i.tpe from u broken head at the SeaMdo
Hotel on Sunday. A coco.inut fell from
n height of fifty feet and, grazing tho
rim of his hut, ntruck thn ground, und,
ri'hutindlug, hit him on one of the
Tho llrbt rehearsal of thn Toy Simp
will bo held Wednesday afternoon nt
2:30 Instead of Fihlay as at first In
tended. MlfH Martin Ik anxious lo meet
ull tho Jmcnilc-.i who want to bo In the
cast bo uho ran assign thu pails. AH
icheitrsals unless notice Is given will
l.n held nt thcCastlc Kindergarten.
Ensign J. F Daniels, commanding
the United Htatca tug Fottune, reports
to the Branch Ilydrographlc Ofllce that
ho has patrolled the coast from the
Faralloncs westward and to the south
as far a Monterey, utter which he
stood In and patrolled the coast no, fur
north its tho Kan Francisco light-ship,
without seeing anything of tho derelict
n-poiipil by Cuntnln KehmltU. of tb'i
Imrlceiitlna Irmgard, ns being tliice
miles koutli of tho riirnllom-a lit 10 p j
Ah tho lesiilt of his cimdldiicy fur
the IIoiik.i of Representatives William
'I Rawlins, resigned hU pnsltliui ol
Iti'feriD In Hutikiuplry In Ilia Feiler-il
Court ji-kti.rdiiy In doing no i
lliniiked Jiidgn Dole and tho vurloiu of.
Ilrrrs of thn iniirt for their lilndliess pi
li I tti JiiiIku Dole In uiii'itlng llm ic
llinalloii kiit tlml lin wns smry in mm
.Mr llaullim kIvp up llm iolilim uhldi
l.o Ui ii mi nimbi)' llu limn up
liiIiiimI A mhi (!irik in till llm M'
llll Hli ih Mtll Of lllllltl Mil IHlllllll
l,citl ul limit,
Here are two eyeglasses, one fitting
the noro correctly, the
other Incorrectly. There Is no one
eyeglass that wil .fit all noses, but
our Stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the style best suited for
tach particular nose and how to
adjust It is part of our skill.
A. N, SANFORO,
BOSTON BUILDINO, FORT STREET,
wOver May t Co,
Jn tw vkTrt-JfUL I nJtJtMKtWirinVtri Jq I j fiEjsX?4P
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WCRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
(Continued from Page 1)
Elnhth Prirlnfl Courtly nlmtrle
At the polls of the Eighth PrrrlnU
or thn roi.nii niutri.-i nit w,inU ....I ,.f
ll.o total registration of 310 had bran I
ran up to 10:30 o'clock. Tho vollngl
i proceeding very tlonly, with litdicn
tlunii of very little scratching. Few
Democrats were to lie Keen, and every
thing n)ite.iru to faor a big majority
lor tho Republican candidate In the
Eighth I'tccltut ,
Ninth Precinct, Fourth District
At tho polls iif hc Ninth Precinct of
tho Fourth there Is onu oxtrn shelf Hi,;
use whero voters may mark their h.il-'
lots. Tin. vollmr I,, nroreedlnir vrrv
tlnwli- out.- 107 l,.t,, ....imi ,.i in-i-il
oVIoe'l. ..Ml of .1 Inint ,,r J.M .nllnr!,.l.
The Homo Uulcrs nro taking much tho'
what they want to do. At tho hour
named there wcro M men In Hue await
ing their turn to vote.
4th DISTRICT, 12 m.
First Precinct, Fourth District
At 12:30 p. in. there bad been 1TG
votes, out of n totnl of 374 registered.
this precinct, Thcro still
seemed lo ha a good dcnl of scratching
and tho voting wait going nlon;; nil her
t lowly, some of tho votrrs taking a
great deal of tlmn lo mark thill bal
lots. The quickest vote which wna
cnsl during the morning l.om was by
n Chinaman named I.nni Vln, who wits
just under n inlnuto und a half in the
booth. It Is said that ho voted a
straight Republican ticK:'., Sheillt
Drown cast his ballot at about 11
Second Precinct, Fourth District
'1 hero hud been 17.1 ballot? east In
this precinct up lo 12:20, tin- total u-g-Istrutlou
being 312. Tlic voters wiiro
coming lit Just about us f.itl us ihcr
could he handled und llm luspiktori
expect that ery nearly every vote
which ran be east will ho In wh.m the
Mills are rioted.
Third Precinct, Fourth District
The totnl vole In thn pi.-elnct Is SI?
nnd of these 173 ballot hrl been rust
nt 12:20. Tho voters wcro (oniliig in
fnst and a full into Is uxpcctid. Thcro
hui been no trouble of npy kind. Tho
Clvie Federation s nttemptliu; to con
trol n number of votes In thld ptidnct
but does not seem to ho very kiicii'i'e
ful. Fourth Precinct, Fourtli District
At nooti Hi) ballots lind liccn tact In
thl3 precinct out of 281 voter regis
tered. At tbt time ihingu wem if liltlo
quiet hut it ua3 expected Hint nflcr
Tne Campaign Finnds
re probably almotft dcnlcted
Ju&t the opposite with us-our
stoek of suitings are most complete.
There are lomo handsome patterns
aryionn them and the fall color tones
Oelter cojue in and look A them, II
you ordrr, we'll nuaraiitee to (It.,
W. W. Aliiina & Co,,
M King at,
fHONP nLUR n, V, Q, BOX 8v,
Time To Order ,
Several customers have already or.
tiered GIFT BOOKS for Christmas de
livery. It's a matter of forethought
that results In presenting what they
want to give and the recipient getting
what he will appreciate. Delay meant
a hurried visit to some store at the
last moment and the purchase of soma
glmcraek altogether unsatisfactory.
Whether it'a a single volume or a tat
of books you wish to present, we can
show you the styles of binding, etc.,
and guarantee delivery for the holi
days. BOOKS SOLO
FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENT8,
Win, C. Lyon Co.
COR. TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Dlr.nk bookt ot ill aorta, ledjcers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
fishing .Company. '
1ULLETIN AD8. PAY
Intuit tltcro would ben rush. Trent and
MiClniiahtin canm up In an automobile
nnd looked into thu booth but received
lltllo (.(insolation. The ptci-luci ha u
""' "mltnkablc Uepuhltcan last
fr"l' Precinct, Fourth District
, ,ln '" ,nfl11 Vrccl.ntl,of U,10 Ko;,r,h
" s rlct lllc vnl'1"' la lgglng along
wlllt extreme slowness, nnd It Is cvl
dent that many of Ihc voters will not
ha nn opportunity to east their 1ml
lotii beforo time for the polls to closo.
There Is no dlrorder, and apparently
liltlo talking or electioneering outside
tho polls. Hut It seems lmpoBlhlo to
hurry the votem any. At 12:10 o'clock
"' "" """"" "aa "rc" CBHl m luo
' ,mcrB c,i.
3l,th Prelnct, Fourth District
At 12:30 o'clock there had liccn cnsl
ifi9 V"tC 't " ta Of ISO TCg'
''lcrc', Tl" ,,all"ll." '" bl I'rcclnct
t" having opportunity lo east their
ballots, Sam Johnson, who wns at the
polls, Htated that he was well tuitlxlled
with uvcrytblng. Tho Republican can'
illdateH appear lo bo leading well.
Seventh Precinct, Fourth District
Voting Is proceeding with satlsfar
tory rapidity nt tho Seventh Precinct
polls of tho Fourth District. At 12:40,
215 votes had been cast, out of n total
""Klstratlon of 318. Indications aro that
most of tho voters nro voting straight
tickets. Tho Republican candidates aro
apparently leading their opponents by
Eighth Precinct, Fourth District
In Iho Eighth of tho Fourth, 190 votes
had been east in l:r,0 p. m., out of Ihc
total registration of 340. Tho voting Is
being done quietly and rapidly, with
Indications that most of tho ballots east
aro straight' tickets.
Ninth Precinct, Fourth District
Tho Ninth Precinct of tho Fourth
District Is another place whero tho vot
ing Is going on very slowly. Up (o
i:im p. m, only 21ti vnllols bud boon
cast, and ns thcro aro 151 voters rcg
IMereil. It Is hardly prnbablo Unit all
ran vote beforo closing time. Tho slow
ess is on account of tho tlmo It seems
lo take the votcta to marl; their bal
lots, iih thorn aro usually from 30 lo f0
men in Unci nulling to vote.
5th DISTRICT, 10 a. m.
Seventh Precinct, Fifth. District
In tho Fighting Kcvcnth nt 9:4S
a, in, about fifty votes had been cast
cut of 3ii I. Things looked dubious, as
Hitial No sooner bad tho polls open
ed than the lights, for which the piu
clnct la well known, wcro on. Ham
I'niilo, tho Democratic wntclicr, waa
on hand bright a"d early, and present
ed vhullengca against Henry C, Vlda'H
nnd Pollco Otllcer (leorgo F. Wright's
voting, on tho ground Hint they worn
mil bona lldn residents.. Tho Judges
put both under oath, and both HWorn
Unit they wcro bonu flilo residents of
thn precinct, Tho Judges tbvii allowed
Vlda lo vole, llm mtijotlty deciding In
IiIh fnvor Wright wiih also allowed to
vote, thu decision bring unanimous In
bin cm ho. On Iho wliohi, ovi'rylliiiig Is
going nn very quietly lleto, loo, the
judgo.i at lrHl did not allow- Ihn mm uf
(aiuplo hnllulH In llm hontlm by llm
vninra for irfernncu,
Eluhth Pnclnct, Fifth District ,
t i'f i" Mi ih ion eit'tiiiii tnirn
nut of 231) hail hum iimt, lit hs iit
flnrl uifryihlnf; K inmMy iui
TlK'l l no lili" furint. u1 In llm nlli
(if ifijlii'l. Ho In I' llm iiiiijnilt)' n
in tiilm Imtu l"'M TtH, j)vm
ocratlc nominee for Treasurer, la the
favorite among tho Hnwallans.
Tho sample ballots were not allowod
lo bo taken Into tho booths by tho
Judges, who are George Darker, Ed
ward Fountain and Thos. Strotip, un
til Ben Zablan, chairman of the pre
cinct, protested ngnlnst the ruling;. On
Zablan's contention that thcro la no
rulo prohibiting voters from taking
sample ballots Into the booths, and on
his showing that that Is being done In
other precincts, the Judges reversed
their ruling tnado In the early part of
the forenoon, S. C. Dwlght and Chan.
lltistncc assisted Zablan In his conic
Tho precinct Is complaining of lack
of vehicles lo bring the voters to tho
booth. In this respect this picclnct Is
tndly neglected. . f
Ninth Precinct, Fifth District
At 10 o'clock a. m., sixty-seven votes
out of 370 had been cast. Hero tho
large sample ballots we're not used by
Iho voters In booths, the Judges hav
ing ruled ngnlnst It. Tho camo quiet
order wns also maintained here. A
large number of. Indies were present nt
Aebl's residence; where thobooth Is.
Cheer for laukea
In the Tenth Precinct, polling place
corner or l.lllha and Kiinawnl. thcro
were 32 votes cast out of 125 total
laukea was leading here. Tho Kaal
(lice Cluh'waa there-in a wagon with
latikea's picture" In full uniform as
n colonel of the Hawaiian government
Kaal sang tho laukea campaign song
and the crowd cheered. Tho nverngo
number-of rotes cast was nbout twen
ly nn hour.
At tho corner of Kitaklni street nnd
Ntiunpii nvenue, lite Eleventh Pre
clnct, Ihcro were seventy-two voles
east out of 272, nt 10:10 n. in., and
Inuken had found favor. Drown, how.
ever, wns ranking n strong pull ns Iho
dny progressed. Thcro wcro about 30
votes cast nt the rate of arf hour. Ev.
crythlng was quiet and orderly and Iho
police in citizen dress were evident at
nil polling places.
In Ihc Twelfth Precinct, polling
plnco Vineyard street, nt 0:20 a. m.,
forty-threo votes had been cast out of
4(10, Drown was pulling far ahead of
laukea. Brown's spellbinders woro de
livering ahln nnd inviting speeches,
and the audlcnco was exceptionally
Inrge. Thn average number of votes
east was about thirty-eight an hour.
At Aala Park
At Precinct Thirteen or tho Fifth
District, polling place at Aala Park,
there wero twenty-nine votes cast nut
of 177 total votes at 9 o'clock this
morning. Drown was making head
way and -apparently he will gain more
votes than laukea. The average num
ber of votes cast was about eighteen
an hour. '
5th DISTRICT, 12 m.
Seventh Precinct, Fifth District
At 11:30 this forenoon 109 votca out
of the total of 364 wcro cut. At Ibis
hour everything was still quiet. Straight
voting1 Is tho order of things Imra with
everything favoring the Depttlllcaus.
The Homo Rulers arc votlux iho Repub
lican candidates on the County ticket
where they havo none running for tho
oDlce. ThU Is In accordance with the
itlrc-ction on their own namph ballots.
On at count of the prc:ii,t n?ed ul
mine booths hero to faclMt.ttu the- veil
ing, a placo Is provllcl In onu of tho
torncrti of the room for an ttri ono.
Tho moving spirit .it this precinct Is
O. 1). Mnllc. liho Is ronuuiilly walk
lug up an?, down tho w.il:li lir.o of
voters advising his fi lends lu vote the
For tho Democrats, oa.u Paulo Is nt
v!ys on Iho alert t'j clu1lcni;; thosu
Oiom he thinks arc no: bona lido res
idents of tho picclnct. The last i-lul-icr.sr.
that was nudo w.u against lltury
Ji. llurrell, superintendent of the Uur
:e!l Construction Co. It ;ip;iuriiig that
tii) of Kahauikl Is within the bctmdai)
rl ilia Seventh Prccu-:, the challeugo
Kieechmaklng Ix wholly absent Dot
for tho occasional visits of the musi
cians on nutos nud bushes tho voting
places would bo wholly wanting of
Eighth Precinct, Fifth District
In tho Eighth Precinct of the Fifth,
108 votes out ot the total of 236 wcro
cast ut noon. Split tickets aro still the
order of things her.
Mulao wits the only voter that was
cbulliiged.(iUia ground being convic
tion fog aduCYry.'nYotqrnro not press
lng,tbe, Judge. -,
.flhoi tly afternoon, 116 votes out ol
n-lota I of-J73 were cakt. Like the
Klgbth of .thcFIUhlitbe split ticket pro
vails., Hero. two tables have. been placed
In.thairoontito.laclllute the voting,
t Senator. Achl Is .looking after the
tomfprt.of the Judges and the Rcpubll.
eaniiiWRtchnrs.' iA ispccjal dinner has
been prcparodifor lljcm at his rcsldcncu.
Tent h'Prccinct.i Fifth District i
In the Teuth.I'roelnct, FUUi District,
Ut ll:46in, in, there wro78 votos cubt
out of HIS, at Ilia rain of 30 'Votes up
1'outv luiiknn. Fern ,aud ilUrvey wcro
In Iho lead by a bilge rnujorlly,
EUvtnth Precinct, Fifth, District
At Hie Eleventh Product of the Fifth
llhlrlcl llirto wcriiuat al.lllDO u. in.,
12.1 wiles out uf 378. Wuturlioiiku, Inn
lira, rlmllli nnd llarvuy wero leading
with a ttv HcatterliiK'Vutvs for Mo
Twtllllt Prtcliici, rillh Dlililcl
In h iHtlfili Hftcliid, rillli DIV
trlci, mucins llm HmiMnr, (!mi Hrwd
wns lemllnti iy u lariin nuijiry tillll
()llllMHiilll ImhliMl lilm, rlfiiiiv
IN FIFTH OF -THE' FOURTH
Tho Democratic leadftra and. watch
ers stationed nt tho polls of tho Fifth
Precinct of the Fourth District, at tho
Government stables on Kcawc street,
ere complaining that marked ballots
arc being used by many of the voters,
claiming that Rcpubllcnn walchcra aro .
passing ont duplicate ballots marked
lor tho Republican candidates, nnd that
these marked ballots arc being ub
Etltutccl In the booths by the voters for
tho blsnk ballots given them by the
election Inspectors. That there It any -truth
in. the charges, has not boon dem
onstrated, hut tho Democrats arc kick
ing hard nnd, complaining that they aro
Icing given the wost of It. Tho clcc
tlon Inspectors nro using every effort to
sec thnt there Arc no ttnfnlr tactics
claimed uto be voting for n, lau
kea. The reason told waH that
Officer Apana was always trying lo
mako cnscH nut of the, Knuluwehi No.
2 ramp people, by bringing n few bot
tles of beer himself and Inducing the
poor lnnoent Hnwatians to purchase
Thero were enst 177 vo'c ut of 6"
nt 11:30 n. m.
Thirteenth Prtclnct, Fifth District
In the Thirteenth Precinct. Fifth Dis
trict, nt 11:10 a. in., there wcro east XI
voles out of 177, or nt thn average of
25 votei an hour. Kalaiiokalanl, Sr.,
nnd Drown were In the lead.
FAIR FOR ELECTIONS
Washington, Nov. 6. 1:3.1 a. m. Fair
weather Is generally predicted for to
The Republicans 'claim the next
House by fifty, the Dcmo:ratn by 22.
San. Frnnclsco. Nov. 5. Republicans
arc claiming California by 30.000 ma
jority, tho' Democrats by 20,000 nnd the
Independents by K000.
Portsmouth. Eog., Nov. B. ltlotlng
was resumed nt midnight. Officers vcrc
assaulted and several policemen wcro
seriously hurt. The rioters were finally
FOUR VESSEL8 WRECKED
Halifax, Nov. fl.-Four vessels' have
been wrecked here ami tlvo persons
downed. Milch damage has been conu
by Ihc storm.
8WITCHMEN MAY 8TRIKE
Chicago, November 5. Unless n com
promise Is renehed on Wednesday, tho
Hwltchmen of B6 railroads entering Chi
cago will go on a' strike and demand
an Increase of -wages.
' s -
Oakland. Cal.. Nov. 6. In a fire h.-rc,
which destroyed n "$100,000 garage,
twenty-flvo nutomohllcs wero burned.
LIVELY RACE RIOT
Huntington. W. Va Nov. C Thiro
companies of mllitln havo been mobil
ised hero. Thero was rioting nt Wll
llumson yesterday and raco conflicts
nro cxpt-ctcd today.
Hattlcsbtirg, Miss., Nov. 6. Flvo
hundred shots wcro fired here yester
day IrTif race'rlot.' 'Scvernl whites n.id
blacks wcro seriously wounded.
Don't you want to be wise? If you
do, do at wlte smokers are doing
tk for the ,. .
The manifold virtue of the, Rough
Rider Cigar will convince th(jmott
tkeptical tmoker, after a .thorough
trial, that It la matchless for its fla
vor and It a tweet smoke. Why not
try it ?
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Sola Honolulu Agent.
CORNER HOTEL AND F0RT-8T8.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
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Oppealta Young Hotel.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
eer. Emma and Btratanla Sta. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contraet Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181,
'e're always teadv to examine
your teeth FRKK and tiuote
nitr nriri. tnr tiljrlnn ii.... i..
Root) ronditlon, Kveu then vou ate
iillilrr nil obligation lo employ in,
nut when ynu Ma our work am)
how palnleuly w oieriic, ymi will
pUcevnur teeth In uur care,
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