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VKNINO BOLMHTN HONOU1LP. T. II- THHHKIUV NOV. i.v lnos.
Any woman who suffer from
Cramps, Backache, Nervous1 a'r
Sick Headache, Poor AppeMte, Cos
tlvenets or Central Weakness
needs the Ulttcr In mako her well
rtKBlti. It has cured thousands In
tho past 50 years. In canes ot In
digestion, DyspeptU or Malaria, It
stands first. Try r bottle.
Link McCandless Files
Largest Amount Even
KAUAI SUPERVISORS FIND
THEM UNANXIOUS TO WORK
CONTRACTOR WILSON FINDS IT
IMPOSSIBLE TO SECURE SUFFI
CIENT CITIZEN LABOR.
NO. 106. TKKIIITOIIY OK HAWAII
COUHT OK I.ANI) HKUIBTRATION'.
lUKIUTOItY OK HAWAII TO MOW
IIUNH WAI COMPANY. CHUN
cm:v sino. u. s. llutiiuau, j.
1'. DILLON, CHAItl.r.S M. COOKIC.
MMITKI), TKRKITOItY OK HA
WAII liy i:. 0. PKTKItS ns Allor
nry tlcnerul. nml liy C. S. HOLLO-
WAY ns Superintendent ot Public
works; COUNTY OK OAHU liy .
W. Smith ns .Clinhmnn of lliu
Rnnnl or Supervisors; nnd to ALL
whom It may concern:
Whereas, a petition has, Wn pre
sented to said Court by JOHN WALK
Kit to register nnd confirm his title In
tho following-described land: Ilcgln
I'Iiik nt tho most northerly corner ot
lot D9 ot the Intersection of tho lino of
tho Walklkl sldo of Pllkol street with
ihn line of tho mnknl sdlo of n street
at a point which Is determined by the
lolhmltiK measurement from tho Gov
ernment monument set on 10 feel off
lets nl tho call lorncr of tho Inter
action or King nnd Pllkol streets:
Krom innniiment 21 3fi filO fceti nnd
MO' II', 10.02 feet, tho hotiiidaryrruns
(1) 230 41', 120 feet, along lino ot
raakal Bide of n street;
(21 21 3i, 120 feet;
(3) 110 ll 120 feet, lo lino of Wnl
l klkl Kldo of Pllkol Street:
(I) 201 Hi', 120 feet, alone said lino
of Pllkol Street lo the polal of
coninicmomcnl; containing nn
area of 11.300.1 Square Kcct, a little
more or less, IioIiik n portion of L. C.
A. 10B05 to Pllkol, In Kowalo. Honolulu.
Von nro hereby cited to appear at tho
Tourt of Land IlcKlstratlon, to bo held
nt Honolulu, Island of Onhu. on the
21nt ilay of Nov. A. I)., 190G. nt one
o'clock and thirty minutes in tho nfter
noon, to show enure, If nny you lmo,
why the prayer of s.ild petition should
not bo emitted. And unless you np
pcir nt c.ilil Couit nl tho time nnd
place nfore.iald jour default will bo rc
lordcil. and thn ttild petition will bn
taken na rimfpstcd, nnd ou will bo for
ever b.iried from iimtestlns said peti
tion or nny decree entered thereon.
Witness. PHILIP U wnAVKIt. Fa
quire, Judge, of wild Court, this 2tth
dny of Oct. in tho year nineteen hun
dred nnd fix.
Attcrt with Seal of said Court.
(Seal) W. U HOWAItn.
3522 Oct. 23. Nov. 1. 8. 13.
A number of tho cnndldnlcs In the
recent election filed their accounts of
campaign expenses with Chief Clerk
Iluckland this- morning. Tho largest
filed was that of Link McCandless,
who spent, according to his nffldnvlt,
Senator-elect Coclho states that nil
his expenses were paid by the Repub
lican KxecutUc Committee of Mnul
nnd that It was dono voluntarily nnd
without promlso of special fnvors or
.1. K. Mnhuookon stales that his ex
penses were: Nomination papers,
i2i; printing nnd advertising. $3; pub
lic meetings. 111). Total, I0.
William White, tho defeated candi
date) for the Sennto on Maul, stales
that his total expenses wcro $10.50.
Of these $25 was for nomination pa
pers. $1.50 for refreshments, and $20
for traveling expenses.
' Robert J. K. Nawahlno states Ihnt
l.o paid out $15. divided ns follows:
Nomination papers, $25: steamer faro,
$5: horse nnd hack biro, $8: meals and
entertainment, $3.50: and horse-shoo
Ud. Ingham spent $75 on tho cam-
ralgn, according to his statement:
Photos, $10; cards, $9,50; streamers.
$.1.50; notices In papers, $15; nomina
tion fee, $25; pay for two watchers,
Moses Pnlnu spent $26.75 according
lo his account, of which $25 was for
tho nomination feo nnd $1.75 for ex
penses of meetings.
Link McCandless runs higher than
moat of tho candidates, though ho wns
defeated. Ho paid out $25 for his nom
Inntlon feo nnd $154.25 for printing
nnd aihcrtlslng. n tntnl of $179.23.
Daniel Knmahu of Hnwnll spent only
$9 for cards and stationery outsldo of
Iho nomination feo of $25.
John Hughes gives ns his nccount:
Nomination fee. $25: advertising,
$19.50; printing, hnck hlro and per
sonal expenses, $12: a total of $93.50.
K. A. C. Long stntes that ho spent
for nomination feo $23, for personal
expenses $10, nnd for ndvcrtlslng $29,
A. S. Knlclopii bn. tho following ac
count: Notlces7$t0;" printing. $9;
nomlnntlon fee, $25; attending outsldo
meetings, $0.90. Total, $50.90.
IX. A. Sllvn gives for his expenses:
Nomlnntlon rapcrs, $25; notice, $2;
enrds. $4.50; cards, $0; hack hire, etc.,
S. K. Mahoo gives for his expenses:
Fees for slnndlng ns a candidate, $25;
personal expenses, $25; clerk, $2; ono
wntcher, $2; two messengers, $1. To
Peter N. Kahoktiolunn shows him
self to ho n. politician of tho old school.
Ho Is tho only ono who Includes flbh
nnd pol .among tho necessities of a
campaigner. Ho comes from Maul.
Ills account shows that ho spent as
follows: Nomination papers, $2-;
boat hire, $1; expenses re animals,
$10; expenses fish and pol, $10.
Our Soap. Oceanic Steamship Company
Bishop Trust Co.,
Money to Loan
Long Time Loans
Real Estate Loans
Loans on Listed
Bishop Trust Co,.
Rome morn expense accounts were
filed In tho ofllcc of Counly Clerk Ku
Intioknlnnl today by candidates on the
County tlckotB of tho various parties.
Wndc Warren Thayer paid $00.15 Tor
his stub ut tho County Attorneyship, as
Nomination feo $25 00
Star nnd Advertiser 15 (''.'
Printing cards A 10
Traveling expenses around Oaliu 17 73
Total $00 15
Ilcnuniln Naukaua, who run for
Supervisor for Wnlnlim district, but
was defeated by Andrew Cox, paid $1-1
for bis fun.
Nomination fee $25 no
One clerk - 00
Two messengers 4 00
One watcher - "0
Travellnn und personal expenses 10 oO
At Low Prices, Work Guaranteed.
KWONG SINQ LAUNDRY,
613 IWILEI ROAD.
PHONE WHITE 571,
Gold Mounted BackCombs
J.A. R. Vieira&Co,
111 HOIUL BTRCET nr, FORT BT
Total $13 00
II W. Holt, who run unbitccessfully
for Deputy Sheriff of Wnlaluu, says ho
Nomination feo $25 00
Ono clerk 2 00
Two mes'.cngeis 4 DO
Ono watcher 2 00
TinwIltiK and perhonal expenses 20 oc
Total $33 00
Llh lie, Kauai, Nov. 12. The Uoaid
of Supervisors of Kauai held their
monthly meeting on tho 8th Inst, for
tho dispatch of the business nccunui
Intcd during October.
A petition from llanapcpo was read
In which rnmntnlnt wnn mniln tiornusn
the man In charge of tho work on I be J
bridge had employed men from out
sldo districts, Instead of getting his
labor where tho work Is situated The
chnlrmnn slntcd that Mr, Ilurkhardt,
who Is In charge had taken two men
alcng who had worked with him on
the Hnnamaulii trestle and therefore
was well acquainted with the work.
Lai'-r tho fireman hail telephoned
Hint lio could not get thn Hnnnpepo
men to turn out nnd further that those
who did turn out worked very unsatis
factorily. Kor that reason the chnlr
mnn hnd sent two more men over, nl
though he could hardly spare them
here. Tho Hoard thought that under
tho circumstances there was no rea
son for complaint and decided lo tabic
The Hoard was nlso In receipt of n
petition from Kolon nsking for Iho re
moval of Mr. Palama ns road luna of
that place and the 'appointment nt Mr.
Alnalkc Instead. As reason for this
tcquest tho petitioners said that the
present road luna employed men un
der ngc and also that on October 57lh
ho hnd left tho work and gono to the
Walmea Kalr. Upon investigation It
was found that the minors wen Ha
wallans and for Iho most part sons of
men with large families, who did not
wish to work on the road Ibemsehes
hut needed the road wnges for the nip
rort of their families. Tho Hoard
(onsldcred that there was as little
cause for complaint In Ibis cast; as In
that of tho llanapepo men. especially
as several of the signers hnd been
nsked to go to work on tho road but
Thcio was nlso a petition for n rnlso
In tho prlco of tunnel and ditch work
in Koloa This petition was turned
over to tho County Road Supervisor
for him to look Into nnd report on.
Contractor Wilson appeared before
the Hoard and stated that ho wan un
able, to procure enough citizen Inhor
to perform' tho work at the crusher.
Ho therefore asked tho permission of
tho Hoard to employ a few Japanese.
Ho would bo willing beforo employing
them to put up posters In nil the dis
tricts of Knunl cnlllug for men and
giving Information as to wages paid
and Inducements given for ten dnyn.
This request raised quite n discussion.
While tho members recognized the
difficulty of getting citizen labor, tiny
were afraid of creating a precedent by
allowing tho Introduction of Japancsu
Inbor. They wanted several rcstrlc
tlons put on such a permit nnd wantel
to mako It rcsclndablo at any time
should thay find thnt tho permission
was being misused. In Its final form
tho permission was mndu for Mr Wll
ron to employ aliens for tho purposo
of breaking stones nnd feeding them
to the crusher until the next meeting
of the Hoard, provided cltlr'-na or per
sons eligible to becomo citizens be giv
en work If they applied for It.
It was decided to allow $500 to ho
tpent on making n road up to tliu
new settlers nt Knlahco.
Tho Iload Supervisor was ordered
to proceed with replacing tho top of
tho second lirldgn on Iho Hhottciit
Road with 'concrete.
The Mc-tlrydo Sugar Co. had gono
aheaJ and constructed a tunnel under
tho abutment of ono of tho County's
Irldgcs. thereby weakening tho strut-
lure. Not satisfied with that they had
nlso torn nwnv niirt of tho apron In
order to facilitate their working at tho
tunnel. It wns decided that tho cor
poration bo requested to replace tho
structuro In Its former shape.
It was decided that proper fences be
nut nn nt several dangerous places on
the Hannlel-Wnlnlha road and also at
Kallhlwal under tho supervision ot
tho Road Supervisor
Mr. Brandt reported having exam
Ined tho llnanelul reports submitted
hv tho Auditor and Treasurer and
found them coriect -Garden Island
Is for HONEOT PAINTINO. We em
ploy only skilled workmen; use the
Best Materials, and charge Honest
For Good Work We Are
gets to the foundation of
the dtit and cleanses
thoroughly. There's noth
ing superficial about Ho
nolulu made Goap,
FOR A CASE
Ccilvcicd to Your Kitchen
Works Co, Ltd.,
F. L. VALDRON, Agent.
The steamer of thtc lint Mill
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
rrlve anJ leave this port as hereunder!
FOR BAN FRANCISCO!
8IKRRA NOV. 21
ALA.Mi:i)A NOV. 30
IaLAMIHU DEC. 21
'SONOMA IAN. 2
I M.AMKDA JAN. 11
ALAML'DA DHC I
SONOMA Di:C. 17
ALAMKDA IM'.C. 2
VHNTURA JAN. I
SIHRIIA IAN. 22
ALAMKDA JAN. 1C
R A C T I
O N S
FOR YOUR TRADE.
Call upon us and see our new Ideal
for Decoratlnu the Home.
Stanley Stephenson, i
You see 'em everywhere" S 3 Signs
ANY TIME -
2HT EVfcRY DAY
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUTSI
OPEN-AIR SKATING RINKI
ANIMALS, DIRD3, ETC., ETC.I
DONT MISS A GOOD TIME1
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the xgentt ar pre
pared to Issue to intending patiengeri, coupon through tickets, by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European ports,
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY YO 'i l
WW G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO- GENERAL AGENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
6leamers of the above companies will call
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
at Honolulu and leave this
KOR JAPAN AND CHINA!
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
AMHRICA MARU .
i NIPPON MAIHI . .
Call at Manila.
NOV. IRIAMCHICA MARU
NOV. 27 RllimtIA
Ill.t;. 7 CHINA
. ....,... .. . ....
Coyne Furniture Co.
UNION AND HOTEL S1REETS
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAM.
LIES. SHIPPERS AND STORE
KEEPERS. Japanese wom.an desires situation as
nurre or light house work.
ALL AT r.EAGONADLC PRICES.
PHONE WHITE 2570.
1 RIVCIt STREET near HOTEL.
IIONHKONO MARU IAN
FOrl GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
Ht Hackfeld & Co, Ltd., a
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Smice between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Facrflc
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 192
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, 8ewert, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Reck
Blaok and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
80UTH & KmWAIAHAO STB.
THE ART POTTERY OF
THE EAST. Exquisite shape
Just the thing for Xmas. Ta
pas, Mats, Brasses.
HAWAII A. SOUTH SEAS
We can be found at all hours of the
lay at our office, and by Phone Main
179 and all hours of night by Phone
1120 FORT 8T.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having aecur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they iu pre
pared to do all wto In
trusted to them In a first-
class manner, i: :: :: :i
Prom INuvv Yorlc to Honolulu
5.S.''ALA8KAN" to sail NOV.
8.8. "TEXAN" ,0 DEC,
Freight received at all tlrnee al , company'. Wharf, 41at
Street, So uth orooklyn.
rrom " "neico To Honolulu
to sail NOV.
23 Hotel St.
Tnit all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHVL ST8.
Frelgnt received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Sun Pranolasoo
"NEVADAN" to sail NOV.
.8. "NEBRABKAN" to sail NOV. 29
Prom Samttlat and Tncoma to Honolulu
VIA SAN FRANCISCO.
8.3."ARI20NAN" direct to sail NOV. 13
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
!C. P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld 4& Co., Lt
GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT. AGENTS. HONOLULU.
I Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
.PACIFIC RAILWAY CO, between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. 8. Wt
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brlebane, are
1 OUE AT HONOLULU on or about the datea below etated, viz.:
'From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. From Cydney and Brlsban.
1 (For Brisbane ubd Sydney) ' (for Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.)
MOANA NOV. 17 MIOWKRA '. NOV. 14
MIOWr.RA DKC. 15 AORANOI DKC. 12
AORANOI JAN. 12 MOANA JAN. 9
Through Ticket Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United 8tates l.nd Eu
rope, For Freight and Passage and ill general Information, apply to
The. H. Baies & Co.. Ltd. fleaeril Aieits.
OF BREAD, CAKES. COOKIE8, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
TWO FOR 11,601
Alj courses In the Y. Mi C, A NlglH
Ochool coil rJ for l months In auM.
lien !!i 16 innnuinlilH (l but lva
cvuriM en lie li fr W-
'I'rnm Kau.ilh.an In Walmea liy ail
Intniihllo ami Ihctu'ii thrmiKli cilhcr
Ihn Kniins nr llamnkim In llllu, v.l
show yim Hi" lltu'Nl Hci'iiftrli' of dm
I'm' imilli'tilaiH till In
PULUtin aq, pAy
Follow Each New Discovery of Science
Tliu ureal strides that medical scl-1
once has mnilo lu the last fow yenrs
Is dun lp tho (term theory. When tho
norm of a dlscaio huu keen discovered,
tho doctoiK have not heon slow In mm
lug a driiR lo kill II. In a fnw yearn,
it will ho r.ire to II ml n hald headed
I man or woman 'I he fallltiK nut of
hair la dun to a dandruff mm. ami
now It linn Iktii dlbiovereil how lo
kill this nerm Tho remedy mud l
(tilled Nmvhrn'H lluriiUlde. lis hue
lirss has hern iiinrveloiis, Not a fall
lite has keen so till rupniKd II I
ulmi it ih'llKlilfnl Imli ilriiilui! Ire
I mm nil in stluky Miiiiiineo 'IT) n
and ho rnnvlnreil uf u arlual morn
Bnl.l iy lalliiK ilruKHUt" Bond ID''
In mumps Inr haiiihm in nin vrn
llllu in. iiwiihm, rill in
1)1 UK Un, ue4 Hm,
Is Delicious lor Cold Lunches,
FACTORY - HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
o FINE D
At All Watchdealers. ,
Agent for ll.iw.Hlan Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINQ Sis., Honolulu.
J. F. Morgan, President; C.J. Cam pbe'l, Vice President; J. L. McLean,
I Sccretar; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gcdge, Auditor; Frank Hustaoa,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAYMEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and
AL80 WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
TELEPHONE MAIN SIS.
LUKE ROGERS Is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets.
I?. FTTTTTA Xr TO
DURABLE AND ATTRACTIVE. , "" w- "
For 3ale Made In Mlislon Otyle.at i FANCY DAMBOO ARTICLES MADE
J TO ORUCR.
Verkm.inshli I'lrct clam.
FONG INN CO.
I Ib2 NUUANU ST. P, O, BOX 93ft
GUM AND LOCKSMITH.
QENRRAL REPAIH 0IIOP-
Safes Opened, Typewriter!, Caih Reg
ister! and Sewing Maehlnei, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, ailjuilKj and leualted
HCMOVn TP UNION flThl-1
NUUAliu opposite kukui nt.
OF ALL KIN00.
Mm In Lumber md Ccn
Tor Wal.inao. Walalua, Kahuku and .
Way Hlatlonc 9;15 a, m , '3 20 p. m. i
' Kor Pcail City, Uwa Mill and Way
iRtatlons 17:30 a, m., 9:I5 n. m., I
irOS n. m.. 2ilB p. tn., 3:20 p. m.,
&.lSi. m., 9:30 r. m 111.00 P.m. I
Fur Wahiawa 'j:15 a, m. aud t.l6
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
alua and Walanas '8:30 a. m., '5:31
Arrlvo In Honolulu frnm Kwa Mill
ami Pearl f.'lly 17: 1R a. ju., s:36 u.
m., 1D:.18 a. in, '1:40 p. m., l.ni p.
in., v al p. in.. i:aa p. in
Arrlvn llnnolulu from
'S M u. ni. ami &.3l
Galling for ,
KAPUNA, IIONOIPU, KAILUA an
From Dnrenson's Wharf,
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO., AgL
Telephone Main 396, Maunakca St., be
low King. P. O. Box 820.
I Kx. Ilundiy,
ourni in , i'
Tin IVrinl.lt: IMllliui nt Hi, IHniililst ItlilitL I.MitWti nl i.ll miu iM.ltiarA
IHilli-'ltii Hlvn niniiiia miiiiinsry nl Mw. MiuifBiiur liy llm lilv(ln Phm
lino iiuwv u inv uny, rw . C"i V"mimm wuiiii'auy,
Thn llahilwa l.lmllnt
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train iiuiiy nisi ii in n i" "n '.i,
Ii'hmw llniiululii dvnry Humluy nt t.23
a m Mlurn'nt, mili I.. Ilimoliilu
i at lu g ii, in rh i,ltnltd lwu t-nly
.1 p. lilrNlliitN. P 0 WIITII.
Iiivt 0 P. 't', A.
I Tiin5b Pflnllpel Hi' ulliln7"
Kcmquartera for Aiitomnbllea with a
Oplendldly Equipped Fireproof
tvtohour ,V0H MAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, LW,
M. Phillips & CO.
WlieliMle linponert and Jabber
AMeillOAN PHY OOOPI,
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