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Wovei Wire Mattresses repaired at
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Co., 1269 Alapal St. Telephone
G3S. ' 345-tf
Umbrella made and re-covered.
HUuta, Fort near Kukul.
See Biar Kee-Pkmssr aid Tiaataith,
ButtB St., set. Hotel aad Vauht.
Dr. F. Balmraan. Hours 5-7 . m.
laCS Young St. 4651!
?- Three' bedroom house
in Malriki ".District;
three doon from 'car-
line. Fine location.
i Immediate possession.
$30.00 per month.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street.
They Have Arrived
Come and tee both the touring car
and the roadster.
8 U SJtln,
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TBBRITORIAL MB8SBN
QBE 8B1VI0E. PHONE 361.
fc OF AIL HlDfL s
t i DEAUM CT LPM1BB.
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Wholesale Importers ana Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
PORT an UIBN STS.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
AND OTHER PIAN08.
THA Y,E R PIAN.Q CO.
1(6 HOTEL BTREBT.
h tea ii
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nnd Tuner. 102 Hotel St. or Ha
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clirap, slightly UBed, full Grand
Docker Pluno, Aeolian Organs and
Upright Pianos, guaranteed.
Prof. N. M. Lewis, 1462 Emma St.,
leachfcr of Piano nnd Organ. Grad
unto of Doston Conservatory.
For house-help, phone White 2891,
Maklkl. Geasral Employment 01
flc, oor. Psnsasola and BsrsUnla.
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King Street Mubst. TeL 218
YOUNG TTM, Mantfe.
MR. and MRS.
ing and other
Res. 1710 Li
llha' St. above
137 MERCHANT STREET.
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and other desirable localities.
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at Hauula on the beach, a two-sfcry
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manufactured from pure distilled wa
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' BULLETIN OFFICE. -Phono
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF
BONDS OF HAWAIIAN SU
We. the undersigned, W. 0. IR
WIN and E. I. SPALDING, Trustees
under Deed of Trust dated January
24, 1902, made by HAWAIIAN SU
GAR COMPANY to the undersigned
as Trustees, hereby ilve notice to the
bondholders of the Hawaiian Sugar
Company of the election of said Com
pany to redeom and pay, and of the
redemption and payment of the fol
lowing numbered bonds of said Com
pany on tho FIRST DAY OF OCTO
I1ER, 1908, at the office of the MER
CANTILE TRUST COMPANY OF
SAN FRANCISCO in the City arid
County of Ban Francisco, State of
2 6C 133 205 263 322 377 425
7 67 134 206 267 325 378 427
8 68 144 207 269 328 379 42S
9 69 146 208 270 330 383 435
10 70 148 209 274 331 384 437
11 71 152 212 27G 334 385 443
15 73 154 213 277 335 386 446
10 78 156 217 279 337 387 460
18 79 157 219 281 338 389 454
22 80 158 220 283 342 391 456
27 82 159 221 285 349 392 463
31 87 165 223 286 350 39G 464
32 94 174 224 287 353 401 469
34 96 177 225 295 355 404 470
36 100 178 227 296 356 406 471
38 101 179 229 297 357 407 472
39 105 181 230 300 359 411 476
40 108 182 231 305 364 413 478
43 110 192 232 308 366 414 479
61 111 194 238 310 367 415 481
E2 112 195 240 3.12 369 416 486
56 116 19C 248 314 370 417 490
62 120 198 266 315 371 418 492
C3 120 200 259 316 372 422 496
G4 129 203 261 317 373 423 497
The holders of abovo numbered
bends are hereby notified to present
for payment of principal and Interest
to October 1st, 1908, and surrender
said bonds at the place and on the
date last above mentioned, and that
after October 1st. 1908. all Interest
on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
Honolulu, T. 11., August 4, 1908.
W. G. IRWIN.
E. I. SPALDING.
Trustees under said Hawaiian
Sugar Company Trust Deed.
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF
BONDS OF. KAHUKU PLAN
Kahuku Plantation Company, pur
suant to the terms of that certain
Deed of Trust dated September 30,
189S, auto by lt-to the Hawaiian
Trust A Investment Company, Lim
its, hereby gives notice to the held
era of bonds of Kahuku Plantation
Company, Issued under said Deed of
Trust, of the election of said Kahuku
Plantation Company to redeem and
pay and of the redemption and pay
ment of the following numbered
bonds of said Kahuku Plantation
Company, on the 30th day of Sep
tember, 1908, at the office of the
Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited,
Honolulu, County of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, to-wlt:
2 14 45 57 80 104 127 135 155 172
4 23 46 58 14 106 128 136 168 176
6 26 48 61 86 109 129 137 169 179
6 26 52 62 90 110 131 142 160 185
10 32 SS 63 92 111 132 144 167 117
11 34 54 76 94 112 133 161 168 119
12 41 65. 77 95 122 134 154 171 200
13 44 66 78 96
The holders of the abovs numbered
bonds are hereby notified to preseut
for payment of principal and .Inter
est, aeerued.to September 30th, 1908,
and to surrender said bends at the
place and on the date last above
mentioned, and that after September
30th, 1908, all Interest on said bonds.
numbered as aforesaid, .shall cease.
Honolulu, T. II., July 27, 1908,
KAHUKU PLANTATION COMPANY.
By J. P. COOKE,
The Best In Town.
B27. , KTNG ST.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
HAWAIIAN FERTILISER CO., LTD.
.Dealers in FERTILIZERS snitable
for all crops, "eUmatfe and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Honoi
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper. Paints, Oils,
etc. r. O. Box 914. 281 No. Kfntr
, opp. Aula Park, W. B, Kim, mgr,
LANE GETS NOMINATION
' (Continued from Paws 8)
Dan Logan stated that no believed
In tho platform,, nnd made the usual
'Get nn Interpreter, Dani" jelled
Vlerra reminded the .convention
that ho represented a particular class
in this mattor. Cox, Charllo Judtl,
nnd William Kani all mndo their lit
Jolin wise iook i no pieugc.
David Kalauoknlani, nominee for
County Clerk, when called, sold:
Mr. Chairman nnd Ladles nnd Gen
tlemen, I feel tho honor placed upon
myself in the nomination as Clerk of
the County of Oahu," ho said, follow
ing with n promlso to do his bcu If
Dlckncll nnd Pilannla, . nominees
for Auditor, both pledged them
Harry -.von Holti nominee for
Treasurer, came forward nmld three
lousing cheers, stating that he sac
tlflccd pcrsonnl inclinations In act
ing ns a candidate, nnd thnnklng oth
cr nominees who hnd withdrawn In
his favor. He tnado a hit by acting
as his own interpreter.
Cnthcnrt canlc next, followed by
the nominees for Deputy Shorlrr, nil
of whom left the plnttorm without
i John Fernnndez of the District of
Kwn came next. Mnllna followed
with a short tnlk, and Oscar Cox of
Wnlunne also took the pledge. Frank
Pnhla confined his remarks to "Alo-
ha." L. K. Naono pledged himself
speeches. Cathcart was heartily ap
plauded, but mado no speech.
Patres Conscript! Heard From
iNommecs ror senator came up
next. James II. Doyd promised to
perform his duties as best ho could
If elected, and to support tho party
if defeated. John Hughes made nn
eloquent tnlk, In which he said, "if
I nm defeated hero tonight or on the
4 th of November, I nm n Republican
still." Ed. Qulnn said, "Gentlemen,
kokua," nnd Henrlqucs concurred.
Representatives from tho Fourth
District lined up. Castro pledged
himself, nnd Joe Cohen promised
support to the entire ticket. Kahrt-
unnele acted as his own Interpreter.
Other candidates for office wcro
then brought up on the stage and
wero pledged. Some made speeches
ntid some did not, nnd there was
moro or less good-natured Joshing.
W. F. Drake, John Marcalllno, nnd
M. K. Hulu were appointed Judges
Charllo Clark said that It had been
tho rule whero tho delegation Is not
complete, proxy shall be given to
those present, and wanted tho ques
tion settled before the balloting be
gan. The Chair ruled that If a dele-
cato were not present In person or
by proxy, his voto wbb lost.
2,400 Trips in Prospect
ino ueicgnies made individual
trips to tho balloting boxes around
the stngc. Calculating ten offices to
bo voted on and 240 delegates vot
ing, tho convention looked forward
to 2,400 of these Individual trips dm-
Ing tho evening.
it required three-quarters of nn
hour for tho casting of tho Mayoralty
ballot. Tho count began at 9:30
Heavy Ballot; No Election
two Hundred and forty-three, bal
lots wcro enst. showing but two
short of the wholo convention.
Tho first ballot resulted In no
choice, Lnno lending with 93, Lucas
coming second with 82, nnd Hustaco
finishing with 64. Four ballots wore
Iluffandcau suggested that two
sets of Judges, ono for tho Fourth
nnd one. for tho Fifth, would expe
dite mutters. Tho suggestion was re
jected. Still No Nomination
Tho second count began at 10:38.
Hustaco got 37, Lucas 90, and Lano
114, falling eight short of tho neces
sary majority. This was n gain of
S votes for Lucas and of 21 for Lnnc,
Indlcntlng that tho Hustaco men
swung over for Lane, Hustaco lost
27 votes, and the others gained 29,
counting In bnllots probably cast in
blank at the first ballot. ,
At this Juncture, Hustace. said, that
to save the party ho withdrew his
name. He said that aftor Kuh'lo's
speech earlier In tho day, ho hnd not
lad n fair deal, 'il'ou'll never again
hear of Charlie Hustaco running for
office In tho Territory of Hawaii,"
said Hustace. Leaving tho platform,
apparently, much .unstrung, ho re-j
turned to sayj "And ou dolegates
who havo voted for mo today, 1 ask
it as a favor to mo that jou cast your
ballots now for Jack Lucas."
Charlie Chllllngworth succeeded
Hustnco at once,, nnd ns soon .as si
lence was restored, said: "Mr. Chair
man and Gentlemen of tho Conven
tion: I havo been a supporter right
along of tho candidacy of John,C.
Lnno for the office of Major. W
havo Attempted throughout the1
campaign to keep things and piny tho
Came cleanly, and nbovo board, and
It bcems to me not fair (hat any re
maiks which Prince Kuhlo mndo on
this Horn- today should 1 held
ngallibt Mr L.ino. Ho and Hustaco
fchook hands out In tho hall there
right after, tint nominations wcro
nude today. I hopo you will glvo
your support to Lnne as It tho re
marks hnd not been mndo, I hopo
no otc3 are taken from lilm by vir
tue of tlieee."
The count of tho third ballot be
gan at ll:28t Two hundred and
forty-three 6tes wero again cast.
Lnno wns nominated by a voto of
133 to 105 for Lucas.
Jack Lucas moved that Lano'rf
nomination be made unanimous. Ha
was greeted by thrco cheers.
u wns muotl t lint the meeting ad
journ until 7.30 o'clock this even
ing, but the motion wns toclfeious-
ly won nnd lost, ns It were. On tho
flist ote by acclamation the "Ayes"
worn strong on tho shout, but on
tailing for n second voto the, motion
whs decidedly lost, and Chnlrman
Judd stated that the next In tho or
der of business wns tho selection of
Kunckon, by permission of tho
Chnlr, cnino forwurd and pledged
himself to stand by tho bnllot result.
i lie sccretnry was Instructed to
cast the ballot for Sheriff, City nnd
Counts Clerk, Treasurer, nnd County
Attorney, to expedite tho matter of
counting the otes. There wns only
one nominee for each of the positions.
The counting of tho otcs for Su
periors nnd Auditor was then
The result of tho balliil was:
Auditor lllckncll, 135; A. St. C.
Supervisors Cox, 203; Qulnn,
172; Wntklns, 129; Kane, 129; Al
ien, 125; Logan, 119. Thcso were
elected, hnWng a majority of the to
tal of 232 otes enst. The votes of
the other candidates were: Ahla, 89;
Judd. 76; Malelu.1, 66; Vlerra. 6J:
Lllll.nl.iiil, C2; Palkull, 62; Wright,
43; Nnuhn, 12.
Ahla was named for the seventh
Supervisor by acclamation.
In the meantime n bunch of Ha
waiian singers touched tho high
spots In the back of the house. Hilly
Rawlins left tho room, nnd, when ho
i etui ned, announced that "tho music
At this Juncture, Geo. W. Smith
slntcd to the Chnlr that nny business
dono after 12 o'clock would bo ille
gal, as "It w.ib not legal to work.on
the Sabbath." S. P. Correa said that
Smith's motion was out of order, but
Judd overruled his objection.
A standing lotc wnH then taken
and It was decided to break tho Snb
Lath. motion to adjourn until Monday
evening wns lost.
A motion was made to suspend tho
rules and name as the seventh Super
lsor tho next highest man. William
Ahla received the seventh nomina
tion. Eddie Douthltt nddressed the Chair
asking whether or not thcro wns n
quorum present. Judd ruled that
thero was n quorum, although tho
scats that wcro not empty had sleep
ing, even snoring occupants.
Jas. Iloyd formally withdrew from
tho Senatorial contest nnd John
Hughes, E. W. Qulnn, nnd Ed. Hen
rlqucs were declared elcced unani
mously. At 3 o'clock Sunday morning.
Chairman Judd called for nomina
tions for Deputy Sheriff for tho dis
trict of Honolulu. Chris. Holt wns
When tho Supeivlsorlal pow-wow
had boon entirely cleaned up. Chair
man Judd called for nominations for
tho Deputy Sheriffship, resulting In
the names pf Arthur McDuffle, Henry
Van Gleson, nnd Chris. Holt being
brought before the convention. Halt
had a big lead on tho first ballot, but
not n majority. On tho second bal
lot it was seen that ho was drawing
nine out of every ten votes, and tiro
other two candidates thereupon with
'At this Juncture tho Fourth Dis
trict adjourned and tho Fifth pro
ceeded with Its work.. Wlllto Craw
ford withdrew from tho mutest for
Iteprcscntathc, and this left eleven
candidates In the field, two from the
country being already decided upon.
Knlclnpii received tho nomination
with 42 votes on the first ballot, tho
others coming in as follows: Kama,'
23; Kanckoa, 20; Knen, 20; Knlann,
19; Corre.i, 19; Holoun, 16; Auld,
16; Illpa, S; and the Uoy Orator, Ke
lekollo, 6 votes.
On tho second ballot tho names of
Knca, Correa, and Kama wcro placed
on tho ticket, with Knlclopti, who
had won out oi tJio first try.
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Gentleman having modern furnished
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rooms; ono block from King St..
Address "Dr.," this pfflcc.
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A gentle driving mid riding marc, 7
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Cheap Stable, In
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134 Beretania near Fort St. J
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KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
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