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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLWLUT.H.,WnDNDESDAY, SEPT. 30, 1908
. W '. ;-;
Great Clearance Sale
Begins Thursday, Oct 1st
$1.25 WAISTS REDUCED TO C5o
$1.50 WAISTS REDUCED TO 85o
$3.00 WAISTS REDUCED TO ,.r $1.50
$5.50 WAISTS REDUCED" TO $3.50
All Genuine BAROAINS to Clean Up.
Whitney & Marsh
MOBS IN OHIO
tion In Taft's State
Speaks" Portuguese "To
Witness In Court
of trying to rent or sell tiling by a placard in a win
dow is still resortsd to by people with antediluvian
ideas. Almost invariably these people have old-fasn-ioncd
articles to sell or stuffy rooms to rent. Reading
the newspapers, nowadays, both news and advertising,
is essential to progress. Since modern people use the
newspapers, up-to-date bargains are to be found in
them. There is haidly a legitimate human want that
cannot be suppliel by cither reading or using BUL
LETIN WANT ADS. If you. want your share of
business, use the MODERN method of securing busi
f l ' FOP SAIE BV
ROO'L ALL FIRST ClASS GROCERS
"Monterey Packing ($
v. r.E.BOOTH. ScuAum. S
WhwIliiE. W. Vn.. Sent. 11. Will
lam Jennings Hryan apoke four times
In Mr. Taft's own State today, anil at
Stcilhemille, where the last Olilo
speech was made. Iio received on of
tlio moat icninrkablo demontrntlons of
tlio campaign. Ho ended his ln anion
of the Tnft homo territory liy it speech
here to night, delhcrcd from n wood
en iilatforin. Thousands of-Ohio t
ers crossed tlio rler imd helped to
swell ttui lerminilointnttillcnco.
This fact caused .Mr. llrjan to pttcli
Into Mr, Tnft without mercy: as ho
had done at all tho stops In Ohio dur
ing tho day Ho potted fun at tho
spectacle of Mr. Taft working des
peratel) to patch up the platform
which Speaker Cannon, "Jim" Sher
man. Messrs, D.1I70II and l'nnn mid
the other stand putters had plum him,
and declired that Mr. Tart's efforts
had only mado his plight moio pathe
tic Ills reception In Ohio astonished
Mr. llran, At Stcuhciulllo ho ex
pected to make hut a short speech
from Ihn Nick of his pi halo car. Hut
lie found the station platform and all
Uip streets surrounding It literally
cnbked with humanity, while the tops
of freight cars mid of nil tho near by
buildings were entered. Tho crowd
wits estimated nt 11,000, hut It wus tho
frantic enthusiasm that lundo the re
The Ovation at Steubenvllle.
Mi. Ilnnu was literally mohhed.
Ho attempted to speak from tliu train,
hut was dragged to tho ground by tlio
local committee, while the crowd
shrieked Its approval, mid taken to n
temiornry platform. It took him fltc
minutes to make himself heard. Tho
crowd seemed to bu content merely
with seeing him ami kept shouting his
name and cheering.
Steiihentllle Is it local centre of tho
oil mid steel Industiy. Ono big fur
nace there ban been closed for a long
wlille, ami another at Mingo Junction,
six miles away, Is Idle. Railroad men
told Mr Hryan Hint one-third of their
number are still laid off. Steubenvllle
lias been a Republican stronghold.
liioro than three to one, but when Mr.
lirynn called for u show of hands the
great audience assured him unanim
ously that It would M)to for Mm.
Mr. Bonn's return to his car wns
ono of tho most sticuuoiis Incidents
of alt his campaign experiences. Wo
men joined In the frenzied rush to
touch him. Ono woman snatched a
rose out of his buttonhole, and others
on the outskirts of the crowd shouted
"Cod bless ou! God bless oul"
Tho Jam became so terrific that Mr,
Brau became frightened. Hack on
his car ho called to tho crowd not to
crush the women.
"We're with You," Shouts Crowd.
A smoke begrimed railroad man In
otcrrnlls climbed to the platform and
waving his cap shouted:
"1 am a Republican nil iny life, but
I'm with nu honest man now."
"We're Republicans, but wo'ro with
ou," tho crowd roared back.
Inspired by tho unprecedented de
monstration, Mr. Ill j an put tho popu
lar planks of his platform to a ote.
Thousands of hands went Into the nlr
each time, mid tho shout might have
been heard across tho liter. When
the train pulled out the great crowd
rushed after It a hundred yards, jell
ing nml shouting.
"There lias not or been anything
like tho change In this section in my
political expel lenco," explained Com
mitteeman timber, of Ohio, to Mr.
Hryan. "It Is duo to tho fact that
tiirunccu heio nio fchut down, that
worklngmeii nro unumpluyed and that
they havo lost confidence In tho Re
publican party. I havo been a Demo
crat In theso pnits for many years,
and it has been a fnmlno for us. Now
we me hating a (east, touro going
Judge. Lindsay displayed his ability
as a linguist this morning In a dlvorco
suit which was being heard before
him, when ho nsked questions of Mrs.
Reld, a witness. on the stand. In Por
tuguese, her own language. Tho case
Is that ot Will s. Will, In which both
htiBband and wife filed charges
ngnlnst each other.
Mrs. Reld wns on tho witness stand,
and after answering a question put In
n somewhat tangled up manner, tho
Judge, wishing to get at tlio real
meaning of her answer, put the ques
tion to her again in her nnthe tongue,
alio was surprised, to bo sura, as wcro
others In tho court room, but they
need not haMi been, for Lindsay Is
one of tho ablest Portuguese scholars
In tho city.
An Interesting story Is told In this
connection. When Lindsay wns about
to get his degree In College, to rccehe
which ho had to bo familiar with at
least two modern languages, ho named
Hawaiian and Portuguese. This was
looked upon ns a Joke at first by tho
faculty, but he soon proted to them
that It was a "stem reality." Judge
Lindsay also speaks Japanese and
Chinese, but not so fluently ns Portu
guese or Hawaiian.
(Continued from Paie 1)
presidents of the various Republican
precinct clubs," said Judd this morn
ing. "It Is to take placo next Satur
day evening at 7:20 o'clock at head
quarters, and the object Is to awaken
BRYAN AND PARKER
AT UjVE FEAST
Great Democratic Assem
bly After Convention
At Rochester '
Rochester (N. Y.), September 16.
As tho culminating feature of the
Democratic State Convention which
closed today, I hero was a notable
demonstration hero tonight In honor
of tho party's standard bearer, William
J. Ilryan, who reached thoyclty Bliortly
alter 7 ociock ana autircsscu u inu
meeting In Convention Hall and over
flow gatherings outside.
Presiding over thj contention hnll
assemblage was Judgu Alton D. Park
er, the Presidents! candidate four
years ago, who took advantage of
the occnslon to mako a iersonal pledge
of his earnest fealty to tho national
ticket. As Do an and Judge Parker
stood side by side before the groat
assemblage, which choked the hall to
Its capacity, tho cheering welted up In
a deafening roar. Ilryan acknowledg
ed Judgo Parker's pledga of his own
sujiport and tho support of tho "united
Democracy of the Umpire State," In
woids ns gracious us tho pledge had
Ilryan expressed his gratitude at tho
nomination today of Lewis Sluyvesant
Chanter ns head of the Stato ticket,
and pnld a personal tribute to him.
Mr. Chanter had joined tho Nebraska!)
at SyraciiBo this afternoon and was
with htm at dinner to night nt tho
flcnesee Valley Club.
Bryan and Parker'Together.
On tho stago with l)ran and Parker
wero tho Stato leaders Chairman Wil
liam J. Conliera of Iluffalo, Leader
Chnrlcs P. Murphy of Tammany Hall
and National Chairman Norman E.
,... , ,. i.,i, . i - I "io uown-town streets wcro tnrong
1 "A " t.h.-1 ". .? .?"5..'! ! H all evening, and the progress of the
candidates from placo to placo was
mado difllcult by tho crowds which
pressed about him. Augustus Thomas
spoke to the waiting crowd In Conven
tion Hall, prior to the nrrhal of llrjan.
Judgo Parker stepped forward to
offer a foreword rather than an Intro
duction. Ho bald: "The united
Democracy of tho Stato of New York
joins heartily with tho people of Roch
ester in bidding welcome to our guest
of honor, mid wo pledgo, him our earn
est support mini victory comes.
"It Is worth while coming n long
way," said Ilryan, ' to participate In
the closing hours of a great conven
tion In this country's 'greatest State.
"I appreciate Judgo Parker s cordial
words In presenting mo to you. I ap
preciate the pledgo he has given, and
especially do I appreciate his awn
earnest part In the fulfillment of that
"I am gratified that tho great con
yentlon which closed today placed at
tho bead of Its ticket ono so worthy to
carry tho party's standard In this
State. Mr. Chanler represents a class
that I believe will bo a growing class
In 'this country. Ho Is a man of means
whoso money lins not weaned s him
from sympathy with tlio common people.
"I appreclalo tho spirit of harmony
that prevailed In thin convention. All
metals, my friends, tusc nt some heat,
and so thcro comes a degree of en
thusiasm which welds us nil together
in n common cause. Everywhere
throughout this broad country of ours
the Democrats are getting together to
get control of this Government."
The Nebrnskan then plungud Into
his Bet speech.
Wlille In tho midst of .his nddrcss
Mr. Bryan was Interrupted by former
Assomblymau John , Palace Jr. of
Rochester, who stated that if ho would
coiibent to suspend 'for tho mlnutos
the Democrats of Monroe county would
show him moro substantial biipport
than mvro applause and cheering. In
ten minutes a Hryan Club of 3000
members was formed.
der that we nial.o full uso of the Re'
publican organization. It Is our pur
pose to havo the precinct clubs he,
as far as possible, the centers ot our
Tho ratification meeting will be
held next Monday night, that data
being fixed on because tho delegate
will be hero by that time, and It is
only'proper that the mn who heads
the ticket should be present nt the
111 st meeting;"
Judd stated that he had seen tho
physician who Is attending Chulrmnu
Atkinson of the Central Committee.
The physician stated that Jack was
much better- The fever had lett
him, but he: was still weak, and
would not h ublo to be about beforo
the end of this week. If then.
Long Won't Withdraw
Strenuous attempts have been
made by the Republican leaders to
Induce Carlos Long to withdraw from
his Independent candidacy for Coun
ty Attorney, but so fur the efforts
have been In vain, and Long sajs
that all further attempts of this na
ture will bear ho fruit.
Long said that a number ot Re
publican leaders, whom he named,
but whose names he did not wish
published, had approached him. "Hut
I will withdraw under no circum
stances," he added. "I am in this
light until the finish." No ono has
been found who assumes credit for
bringing Long out.
Charge Against Leaden
The friends of Kaca. tho ex-gambler,
who slipped on the Republican
ticket while the watchdogs wcro
slumbering, bring the chargo against
the lendeis of the Republican party,
who havo been trying to get him oft
the ticket, that they are doing tho
very things which they are accusing
Long of doing, namely: breaking the
HERE'S the Point!
We will make your
old shoes look and
wear like newtin 15
minutes by tjhe clock
Men's soles and h:els, $1.25; women's, $1.00.
Men's Rubber Hesls, G5c; women's, 50c.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
M'CANDLESS BLO. King and Bethel
Siztfeara ago physiciana first
used AyeVs Cherry Pectoral, and
ever since then it has been the
standard cough.remedy all over the
world. Thousands of families, in
Europe, Asia, Africa, and America,
keep a bottle of it in the house
ready for an emergency.
controls the spasmodic efforts of
coughing.relieves the congestion in
the throat, quiets the inflammation
in the bronchial tubes, and provosts
the lungs from becoming involved.
There are many substitutes and
Imitations. Be sure you get Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It contains no
narcotic or poison of any kind.
Put up in large and small bottles.
tnHtti k Dr. 1. C Ar C. , tiw.ll, Mm , U.S. A.
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OP,
BONDS OF HAWAIIAN SU
GAR COMPANY. 1
YOUR HOUSE needs painting
and you are not sure .what
paint to use, the answer it
W. P. FULLER & CO.'S
Best of all the ready-mixed
paints, because it's PURE, be
cause it is WELL MIXED, and
because it eives the BEST
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
We, the undersigned, W. Q. lit
WIN and E. I. SPALDINO, Trustees
under Deed ot Trust dated January
24, 1902, made by HAWAIIAN BU
GAIl COMPANY to the undersigned
aa Trustees, hereby give notice to the
bondholders of the Hawaiian Sugar
Company of tho election ot said Com-
pany to redeem and pay, and of the
redemption and payment ot the fol
lowing numbered bonds ot said Com
pany on the FinST DAY OK OCTO
I1BR, 190S, at the office ot the MER
CANTILE TRUST COMPANY OP '
SAN FRANCISCO In tho City and
County of San Francisco, State ot
2 CO 133 SOS 263 322 377 425
7 67 134 206 267 32S 378 42T
8 68 144 207 269 328 379 428
9 69 146 208 270 330 383 435
10 70 148 209 274 331 384 437
11 71 1C2 212 27C 334 385 413
IT, 73 154 21.1 277 335 3RB 44C
10 78 156 217 279 337387-460 1
18 79 167 219 281 338 389 454 A
22 80 158 220 283 342 391 45liM
27 82 169 221 286 349 392 463ft
31 87 165 223 286 350 396 464
32 94 174 224 287 363 401 469
34 96 177 225 295 356 404 470
3G 100 178 227 296 366 406 471
38 101 179 229 297 357 407 472
3b 105 181 230 300 359 411 476
40 108 182 231 305 364 413 478
43 110 192 232 308 366 414 479
51 111 194 238 310 367 415 481
62 112 195 240 312 369 416 486
65 116 1)6 248 314 370 417 490
62 120 198 25S SIS 371 418 492
63 126 200 259 316 372 422 496
64 129 203 261 317 373 423 497
The holders of above numbered
bonds are hereb'y notified to present
for payment of principal and Interest
to October 1st, 1908, and surrender
said bonds at the place and -on the
dato laBt abovo mentioned, and that
after October 1st. 1908, all Interest
on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
Honolulu, T. 11., August 4, 1908.
W. O. IRWIN,
E. I. SPALDINO,
Trustees under said Hawaiian
Sugar Company Trust Deed.
tilodfo wlilrli tlmv mn rift rtK ilipern(ptf
to BCf p tills country by tho greatest , convcnUoUr to al)1(Ie ,)JP tho
landslide ooi" Known. .... ... . .
At Wheeling tho crowd was so actlon takcn tllcreuy and BUPl,ort
great Ibat It wns decided to inn Mr.
Honolulu Construction and Graying Go,,
PHONE, OFriCE 231. P. 0. BOX 154.
Tott St., Opp. W. O, Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do nil kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Corel, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE
CIALIY. - -
llFyun'H private car up to bis hotel,
and tho police oven there bad to fight
a way through for lilm.
Thieves Only Need Fear Panic.
In IiIh Hpceclics In Ohio Mr. Ilryan
"Von can go ubcad now mid enjoy
tho blessings of a Democratic Admin
istration. K mi) body tells ou that
there will bu .1 panic If the Demo
cratB win, you tell them that there is
only one class of people who would bo
In a iniiilc that thcro will bo a panic
among those who hao their hands In
other people's pockets, and the panlo
will coutlniio until they tuko their
"Tho speeches of Mr. Tnft havo
darkened lather than illuminated the
subjects which tho Republican plat-
foim coers," wns another shot, "lie
Is endeavoring to amend In somo
c.ibes and jet hfs amendments, while
In tlio dliectlo'i of our platfoim, do
not rcaeh the position our platform
Mi. Hi van loft hero at midnight for
Cumberland, Mil., where ho will mako
two speeches toiuoirow.
Tiro In the New York, New Haven
& Hartford railroad station nt New
Haven, Conn., Is believed to havo de
stiojed the baggage of tho crack mil
Itiuy company of Virginia, tho Rich
mond Mines, being entortalned at
Resolutions adopted by the Ameri
can Phaimaceiitltal Association lit
Hot Springs, Ail;., call on similar as
sociations to coopciate with local n;i
lliorltlea In "diy" sections of the
country In tho dlsropry nnd punish
meiit of "blind tiger drug stoics,"
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed .the great Waimea Plains ia
beauty, climate and diversity of seen'
eryi laty ioik in want ot rest ana
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes. late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is how in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Uher.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII.
P. 0. Address, Kawaihae.
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OS'
BONDS OF KAHUKU PLAN
TATION COMPANY. .
the candidates nominated. They
contend that Kaea was regular nom
inated and that for this reason they
must support htm or break their
In this connection It must be said
that Chairman Judd and tho rest of
the members ot the County Commit
tee l:ac taken no part la the action
against Kaca, nntl, furthermore, as
Kaca was nominated under suspen
sion of the rules of tho convention,
the pledgo wns, strictly speaking, not
operative when lie was nominated.
The nomination wns Irregular.
Politics in Country
(leorge Sea returned this morning
from u buslnoss trip down country.
He says that politics is raging ram
pant in tho country as well as In Ho
nolulu. At Walalua preparations are
under way for the opening of tho
Democratic campaign next week.
Candidate for Major Joe Fern Is sla
ted to speechify there Saturday night.
At I.ale, George says that so far
as ho can make out, there Is nothing
to It but the Republican ticket
J. ADAM BEDE RETIRED BY MIN
St. Paul, Sept. li. Returns from
tho nine Congressional districts of
Minnesota wero recehed today. In
the Ulglith dlstilct. comprising the
city ot Diiluth, Congressman J. Adam
llede was oterwhHmlugly defeated by
Clarence H. Miller.
(Continued from Pan 1)
could return to town either In that
vessel or by train.
It was decided that this plan be
Oalt suggested that Dr. Cotcr
could be nsked to facilitate the early
landing of the party. Ho wns ap
pointed n committee of ono to Inter
view Dr. Cofer nbout tho matter.
Motion carried making C. M. Cooke
and John Watcrhouso special repre
sentatives of tho Chamber to Join the
party, A motion was made to make
Secretary Wood a third member ot
Hawaii's contingent, F. W. Mncfar-
lano being especially strong on this
point. Wood nnswered that he thor
oughly appi eclated tho kindness of
the suggestion, but owing to the fact
that there was much work on hand
for him to do ho would not be nblo
to make the trip.
C. M. Cooko called attention to tho
death ot T. R. Walker, who had been
vice president ot the Chamber for
1896-7-8-9, and president for 1899
1900 terms. He moved that a com
mittee bo appointed to draft sultablo
resolutions of condolence.
This carried and F. A. Schacfer,
II. P. Wood, and F. W. Macfarlane
woio appointed as such a committee.
Those present at the meeting were:
J. P. Cooke, H. P. Wood, C. C. Urown,
Owen Wllllnms, K. D. Tcnney, C. M.
Cooke, T. J. King, K. A. Hermit, Cap
tain Mntson, J. It. Oalt. C.'II. Cooke,
F. W. Macfarlane, W. E. IJrown, A.
W. T. Ilottomley, and J. A. Kennedy
gsJF"For Rent" cards on sale
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
mo new or tni oy,
BOSTON BLDG., 2ND FLOOR.
0 C CIGAR. 5 C.
M. A. Gunst & Co
Kahuku Plantation Company, pur
suant to tho terms ot that certain
Deed of Trust dated September 30.
1899, made by It to-the Hawaiian
Trust & Invostiront Company, Lim
ited, hereby gives notice to the hold
ers of bonds of Kahuku Plantation
Company, Issued .under said Deed ot
Trust, of the election ot said Kahuku
Plantation Company to redeem and
pay and ot 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 Oaliu, Territory
of Hawaii, to-wlt:
2 14 45 57 80 104 127 135 165 172
4 23 46 58 4 106 128 136 168 176
b 26 48 61 86 109 129 137 159 179
6 26 52 62 90 110 131 142 160 185
10 32 53 63 92 111 132 144 167 187
11 34 64 76 94 112 133 151 168 189 1
12 41 65 77 96 122 134 154 171 200
13 44 5C 78 96
The holders ot the above numbered
bonds are hereby notified to prescut
for payment of principal and Inter- H
und to surrender said bonds at the ?1
place and on the date last abovo
mentioned, nnd 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.. COOKH.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines,
Men's Soles, 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
249 NORTH KING ST.
Our Sodas 30o per doz.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
At AU Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete cummary of
the news of the day.
Tho Board of Directors of tho Wal
nlba Hui Land will meet at 10
o'clock a. m. at Walnlhu on the 26th
dny of October, 1908, for the pur
pose ot heating all claims against
said Hul and also for paying divi
dends to shareholders.
JAMES K. LOTA,
Pres. Walnlha Hul Land.
' NOTICE. .
Notice Is hereby given that the
Stock Bobks of the Honolulu Rapid
Transit and Land Co. will be closed
to transfers from Sept. 28th to 30th
Honolulu, Sept. 28, '08, 4117-31
at the automobiles, baggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE-US. f(
W. W. Wright Co,
Sing Street near South
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