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Saturday, Oct. 24,-1908
MAGNIFICENT LOCAL AND FOR
THE VOLCANO IN ALL ITS ERUP
THE ROYAL FUNERAL OF PRINCE
Visit of the ATLANTIC FLEET
COALING PRESENTATION OF
A Splendid Scries of Foreign Pic
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Admission, 25 and 50 cents; Re
served Seats, 75 cents; for sale at
wall, mcnois uo.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Artful Lovers; An Anxious Day
for Mother; His Master's Breath;
'Abduction; A Jealous Woman; A
'French Recruit: Through Darkness
to Light; The Mountaineers.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative iJromo Quinino
Tablets. Alt druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
Y.. V. (truve's, u;u:ittire is on.
I'AIUS MEWCINB TO , St. Luuii, I. S. A.
Show Their Mettle
Nenr the coiner of KIiik ntrcot iimi
Kauich.iniclin IV raid nt Kulllii InHt
nlslit, tho Kvnubllcnfi candidates for
Legislative nml County odlcoH, hclil n
i-nlt ..!,.. mlml nnll,irV IffiMntilll fi,i
old timer In politics, nlllcliUlng as
Unfortunately tlio people, deserted
I lie nicotinic. lenliiK thu sneakers to
solve tliolr piobliMiis, when thu nollco'
wnron arm i'd from town to attend to
un cniprscticy ense which occurred on
Kaniclinmehn IV road.
OwIiik to thu presenco qf a number
of Imodiums, the HiKMkers ern fro-
tiuently Interrupted. D.m LoRnn, wlillo
nddu'jshu; the nndlpnce, wan hissed. I
Tho troublemaker would not slop. Ka-I
ncalll, who knows Mow to handle tho
polliicnl iclns, ordered tho musicians
to piny Thin silenced the trotilile
maker and the niectliii; proceeded, un
Interrupted. .luhii C. I.nno. cnmlldato for Major,
upliealed to tbu voters to wito tho He
pulillenu ticket. Ho descrllied the
duties of tho office of Mayor, uHiirliiK
tin-in that he could (111 tho tifllco with
honor ami a credit to tho llawallans.
Many von Holt dellvcied ono of tho
licst speeches of thu night. Although
ho was Interrupted, ho pulled through
without n break. ,
S. I'. Malcluu. who succeeded (Jeorsu
Khim, mado mi nlilu sjicecli and. evi
dently won sympathizers.
.John Wise nsbtircil tho voters that
If elected ho would conduct tho police
dop.it Intent accordltiR to law mid treat
teiy ono equally, regardless of Ills
P.uld Kama, un nsplraut for Leg-
Islnthc honors, asked tho Miters to
help the Hepubllcnn ticket to success.
The other speakers wcio tho Qutnns.
I'M Heiirhiues. Chris J. Holt ami otli
crs. They all promised to do their
fclittro for the benefit of tho noonli- In
tho event of their election.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 20,' 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Ana Momona Tr to Charles U De
Muknleku It l.o mid hsh to Manuel
Vlelrn Jr M
Hie I'lpl and hsh to II Akonn 1)
Mai hi V. rtodrluues and hsh to Joao
Itodrlgncs .lr M
MniK.iret K Schmidt and hsh to Hank
of Hawaii Mil M
Meual Kekuewa (vv) to W.ilimao Co.I)
SI Moflmoto to V Tnkiihttwu CSt
Entered for Record Oct. 21, 1908,
from -9 a m. to 10:30 a. m.
.1 I) young lo William Jones 1)
.Mutl Illdg H. Loan Roc or II Mil to
William .Jones Itcl
Queen's Hospital to Tit of IJst of
James Wight Cun U
K Uramoto to II llackfcld & Co
Recorded October 9, 1908.
Abel A Carrelro and wf to Julia H
Afong; Corrctn I); westerly 1-2 lot 20,
blk II of llaseball Tract, Honolulu: SI,
etc. 11311,p79. Dated Oct 9, 1908.
C K Chow & Co; Co-P D; nic-rchunt
tailors and general indko, cor King and
Hler and Hotel Sts, Honolulu; mer
chant tailors nnd general mdso, Ha
waii, Maul and Kauul; S yrs; capital
stock JC000. II 304, p 417. Dated Bopt
rtussel A Newton to I.lly N Kid
ledge; Itel; It I's 2203 and 352fi and
bldgs, Wnlakoa. Kula, Maul: J550. II
314. p 11. Dated Oct 1, 1908.
Uly N i:idredgo (widow) to Itiissull
A Newton: D; It Ps 2203 and 352fi,
Wnlakoa, Ktilu, .Maul; 822.94. II 310,
l 131. Dated Oct 1, 1908.
A N Kepolkal and wf to T 1) Skin
ner; M; It Ph C979, 3214 and 3808 unit
por n P 4588, bldgs, etc. Kula. etc,
Wallltkii, SIuul; lot'SS, It P 3880, Pulo
httlkl, Kula, Maul: SHOO. II 309, o
332. Dated July 27. 1908.
The shades of Napoleon and Oliver
Cromwell sighed lu unison. -"It's all
over now," they icmnrkcd lugubri
ously. "What's nil over, friends?"
queried Ulie sliiulo of 11111 Shakes-
peaie. "Why, our chances of ever
getting into tho magazines ngaln.
Tho sparo Is filled now about Mara
and by tho time Teddy starts those
big game stories from Africa we
won't lime n show for the next twen
USED TO THEM
Ida: Thero goes the piotty blonde.
Sho Is going to dablilo In tho utock
muiket this fall. Slay: fli-aclous.
Isn't she nfinld of Bqueeos? Ida
Afiahl of Hfiioezoi? Well, I guess nut.
Bhu's been a smiyimr gjil,
DISTURB oDftRTft I
1UI (OB'S HOME
Tho chili house of tho Hawaiian
Yacht Club, at Pearl Harbor, has
been completely overhauled, and re
decorated. The building has been
repainted, now lockers hnvo been
built, nml everything has been put
In rcndlncRs for the coming year's
A competent man has been ilnret
In chnrgo of the club's homo nnd oth
er property, and henceforth nil of
tho yachts and other crart will bo
under his BiipcnlMon. He Is an ex
pert repairman nnd will see that dnm
nged boats nro put Into shnpo nnd
that everything Is kept tip to the
mark. Tho tluli has never bcfoio
employed an expert.
8 H H
UMPHHF- IS III
SIW Bill (IE
Tim tliml cinio to dccldn the liaf-e-
l.nll clininnlontbln of tho cruiser
squadron Is being placd thli after
noon at the baseball park. Tho Ten
nessee twlrleis, who defeated the
WiishinKtonlnns on Monday last, nio
on with the nine from tho Califor
nia. Tho last tlinc tho teams met,
Calllornln won nut. and, lu conse
quence, Interest Is running high.
? "gnm on
. 'Tlio unfinished tennis match be
tween K. H. Orecnflcld ami K. K.
Steero was playvil off yesterday after
noon mi the Ueretanla courts, and re
sulted In a victory for tho town man,
Hie score follows: K. U. Steero beat,
F. K. Orecnflcld, C-8, C-4. 6-3. fi-1, Tho
semi tlnals will bo played nt 4 o'clock
this afternoon on tlio courts of tl(u Pa
cific Tennis Club, between tho follow
lug playuis: W. I.. Wnrren against
It. A Cooko nnd F. K. Steero against
A. 1.. Ciihtlo. Thcsu mo certain to bo
very Intoicstlng contests nnd thu pub
lic Is Invited to seo thu play. Entries
for thu men's doubles will closo at li
nrliick Irldny. October 23, nml p;ay
will unuiuunco Saturday afternoon.
it k n
Advices fioin llllo am to the effect
that tho big rnco meeting, to be held
there on New Ycnr's Day, will bo an
event of moro than usual Intcict.
The meet will last for two dnvs hnd
there nro intimites of some very high
ilass horses In the entiles.
n a a
Tho management of tho Independ
ence Club is to ho congratulated on
the manner In which Inst night's fis
tic cnrnlvul was conducted. Thero
was no eauso for complaint any
where. THE OLD COUNTY FAIR
The old County fair tho last ut Sep
How well wo recall tho sights .wo
The turnips and torn and peppers
And rich yellow pumpkins piled up
In n square.
Tho side-shows and shell Values
how well wo remember
Pctro with his harp nnd tho big
dancing bear; v
Buch frolic and fun tho last days ut
Hiirrnli for tho days of tho old
Tho book publisher had advertised
for ngeuts.t "Have you ever done any
canvassing?" he queried of nn appli
cant. "Well, I guess yes," replied
the Job hunter. "I worked In a ham
factory for nearly thrco cars."
WORKS BOTH WAYS
"Uneasy lies the head that wears a
crown," icmnrked tho quotation dls
neiitor. "Yes." rejoined tho fon-
tiaiy peison, "but I'd feel dieadful
weajy It I thought my head would
loso Its ciown," v
.BUT LOVE IS BLIND
Shs. Stubb: John, horn Is whero
Minin cynical editor says that hnlf of
Hie hive h'llois willlon IIioino d.i.itt
aio Inane. Ml. Stllbb: Yes, and lh
other half me lubiiuo,
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
L. L. McCANDLESS
F. R. HARVEY
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E. M. WATSON
W. A. HALL
E. K. RATHBURN
W. K. APUAKEHAU
EDWARD L. LIKE '
JOSEPH J. FERN
H. N. CRABBE
JOSEPH U. KUHIA
W. H. McCLELLAN
J. K. PAELE
A. V. PETERS
M. E. SILVA
CITY AND COUNTY SHERIFF
WM. PAUL JARRETT
CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR
J. C. ANDERSON
CITY AND COUNTY CLERK
GEORGE K. LOWE
CITY AND, COUNTY ATTORNEY
W. S. EDINGS
CITY AND .COUNTY TREASURER
R. H. TRENT
DEPUTY SHERIFF, HONOLULU
CHAS. H. ROSE
DEPUTY SHERIFF, EWA
JOSEPH H. MAKANANI Jr.
DEPUTY SHERIFF. WAIANAE
R. L. GILLILAND
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