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UVHNtKfJ IHJLLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. IL, THURSDAY. OCT. 22, 1908.
Fall Exhibit of Exclusive Millinery
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
IN TUB CIRCUIT COUilT OK T1II3
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In I'robntc; nl Clinmlicrs. In tho
'Matter of the Kstato uf Ucorgo Cock
ell, Into o( Kuh, Maul, deceased. Do-
lore KcpoiKul, J. order or Notice or Honolulu, T,
I'.itlllMi. f.ir AMnwnn.n r.f Irltinl Ar.
At tlio Annual Meeting of the Ho
nolulu llrcwlng & Mnltlng Co., Ltd.,
held Oct. 20th, 190S, nt tho Com
pany's office, Nns. f. 3 H -T 5 1 Queen St.,
II., tho following ofll-
ccrs wcro elected for tho ensuing
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luumn aim umciiurgo m hub r.sutl? : jcar!
On readme and Allng th petition President Fred, Harrison
mid accounts of Patrick Cockott, ad-vice President E. Coit Hobron
lulnlstiaior of the estate of George Treasurer and M anager
tockct t. deceased where n ho asks to chaj 0 BartlcU
l.o allowed $.GIG3 and ho -charges Secretary W a parke
himself with $1831.05. and nsks AudUo Frflnk Hahtea(1
thot tho same may be examined and i Tho nmvo ,imciI 0mccrs, with J.
approved, nnd that n final order maj j, i,c)scr nll(I A Hocking, constitute
ho nimlo of distribution of tho prop- t10 uoar,i 0f Directors
crty remaining In his hands to tho
persons thereto entitled, nnd dis
charging him and his sureties from
till further responsibility us such ad
ministrator, It in ordered that Mon
day, tho lGth day uf November, A.
I). 1008, at 10 o'clock a. m. before
tho Judge of said court nt tho court
loolu of the said court nt Wnlluku,
Island of Maui, bo and the samo
hereby Is appointed us the time nnd
plnco for hearing said petition and
accounts, nnd that nil persons Inter
ested may then nnd there appear nnd
show cause. If nny they have, why
tho samo should not bo granted, nnd
may present ovldenco na to who nro
entitled to tho said property. And
that notice of this order, In the En
glish language, bo published In the
Kvcnlnt; Tlulletln, n dally nowupnper
printed nnd published In Honolulu,
for thrca successive wcckB, the last
publication to be not less than two
weeks previous to the tlmo therein
appointed for said hearing.
Dated nt, Wnlluku, Maul, this 14th
day of October, 1008.
(8d.) A. N. KEI'OIKAI,
Judgo of the Circuit Court of tho
(8d.) EDMUND it. IIAUT,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho
1132 Oct. IB, 22, 20; Nov. 5.
During my r.bsenro fiom the Terrl
tory. Sir. Ono Leo will act for m)
with full power of attorney.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 100S. 4137-31
LINK IS BACK
Democrats Think Labor
Pay Plank Will
Tho great Link was the main uttiac-
tlon nt tho Democratic meetings last ! fouled Stccio
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u vmiifc. ijiiu w. ...it v.. .uwi. ,,...., --. &.un" " - ...,....,
Kakanko, nnd tho other on tho corner straight tcts to tho hitter.
Warren and cooko plajcn real tu
SUB FOR TODAV
Some fine tennis marked tho play
In tho scnil-llnuls yesterday nflrr
noon. The grcnt feature of tho d.iy
was the? way In which A. Castle pick
ed up. With wonderful speed ho dc-
ly a score of C-0,
already lost two
nis. For n time it looked us If tho
game would never omc to u close.
for the men showed wonderful abll
of I.lllha nnd School streetB. Hoth
wcro attended by good crowds, espec
ially tho former.
McCandless as usual plunged right '" the men showed r ' nut
.... . . I Itv nt nine nc on. With two sets
nto tho land question, no rcierrccii- ,'"... ... ,,
to tho fact that tho National Demo- " to their credit. Ihey were un
cratlc convention at Denver had nlilo to play tho deciding set last
placed tho Hawaiian land law plank night, owing to approaching ilnrk-
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111 IIH piniiurill, Wllltli wan iiiu "'" Hcffi,
IN T1IK CIIICUIT COURT OP TUB
Sciond Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In l'robatoi nt Chambers. In tho
Mutter of thoKstnto of Kamaln (w),
l.ilb of liana, Maul, deceased. Ilefnro
Kcpolkal, J. Order of Notice of Po
tltlon for Allownnco of Final Ac
counts and ''Discharge In this Estate.
On reading nnd filing tho petition
nnd accounts of M. H. Renter, admin
istrator of tho cstato.of Knmala (w),
deceased, wherein he nsks to bo nl-
loed $289.95 and he charges him
self wltlw$924, ind asks that tho
samo may-bo examined nnd approved,
and that u flnul order may ha made
of distribution of tho property re
maining in this hands to tho persona
thereto entitled, nnd discharging him
nnd his sureties from all further re
sponsibility ub such administrator, it
is oidcrcd that Thursday, tho 17th
day of November, A. D. 1908, nt 10
o'clock a. nt., beforo the Judge of said
(ou it at the court room of the said
court nt Wnllutiu, Island of Maul, be
nnd tho samo lurfby Is nppointcd as
tho tlmo and placo for hearing said
petition and accounts, nnd that all
pci sons interested may then and
them appear and show cnuso. If nny
they linve, why the snmo should not
he granted, nnd may present evi
dence ns In who nro' entitled to tho
wild property. And that notice of
this older, In tho English Innguago,
hu published In tho Evening llullo
tln, a dally newspapor printed nnd
published In Honolulu, for threo suc
cessive weeks, the last publication to
bo not less than two weeks previous
to tho tlmo therein nppolnted for said
D.itod at Wnlluku, Maul, thl3 11th
day of October, 1908.
'(Sd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judgo of the Circuit Court of the
Attest: " ,
(Sd.) ED.MUND II. HART,
Clerk -of, the Circuit Couit of tho
2nd Circuit. -4132
Oct. 1.1, 22, 2; Nov. 5.
THE MILLIONAIRE MAKER
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"The Oil Hook" profusely 11
lllfltrntcd. It tells how'33out''"
of 58 listed oil companies aro
now on a dividend paying ba
sis. How California oil stocks
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How to make profitable In
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will fatten your pocket book
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Ono copy mailed freo, postage
prepaid, If you act promptly
and send beforo tho supply Is
exhausted, Wrlto today.
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CREAN OR'HAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
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HID.T.HWLI5, Prey.. 17 Giul John Slisrt. RmTmL
Bulletin BnsInesitOtBce Fione 2JS6.
Bulletin EdltorieJ Room -Phono 185.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,'
RIBBONS, FLOWERS. CHIF-
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
. K. Isoshima,
30 KING ST. . " .
as that which tho local candidates for
tho Senate nnd Houso on tho Demo
cratic ticket had pledged themselves
to support. The Democratic party
wanted to dUldo up tho government
hinds among tho peoplo, ho said, and
thereupon ho enumerated tho areas of
public lands on each island.
Last year, continued Link, tho Dele
gate hud mado tho statement beforo'
Congress that tlicro wcro tnousanus or
acres of land In Hawnll oicn to set
llcis. How was that, when the peoplo
who lived In tho Territory wcro un
hide to get any? Tho I.anal deal had
beta carried through In splto of tho
promises of tho Republican platform
of 1900, showing plainly that tho Ter
ritory was being run by n fow .men.
The late Ilobcrt Wilcox had Introduced
11 blir In Congress providing for tho
distribution of tho public lands In lots
of-. forty ncrcH each, but ho had liot
been ro-clrctcd, and Kuhlo had never
tried during his six years' term to
push this bill. On Maul thousands of
ncrcs of land and valuable water rights
had been leased to ono man for n ridic
ulously low sum; tho rich man got
whatever ho wanted, und oven strang
ers wcro callod In to tdiaro tho Ha
waiian lands, but tho ndmlnlstrntlou
would glvo nuno of them to tho peo
plo of tho soil. Tho tlmo had como
for tho peoplo to get up nnd uto their
power on election day.
Tho Delegate had Introduced an Im
migration bill, and when under this
great numbers of strangers hnd como
and had' acquired citizenship, then
theso would run tho country, 'frho
newspapers wore all crying for labor,
but what about tho local laborers;
must they bo forced to movo into tho
mountains? Now wan tho tlmo to wlpo
llioho peoplo out nni to placo a now
set In power, nnd when tho voters
went to tbo polls.thcy must think. ot
tneir wives ami cniinrcn nnu voio tor
tho pnrty which would do tho most for
Link referred to tho fact that ho
had been u Republican, "but when I
saw tho Ilcpubllcnns glvo 48,000 acres
to ono man," ho explained, "then, I
went over to tho nemucialH,, who nro
fighting tho big land hoMent." Speak
Ing of big land holders, n delicate sub-
Uoct with, Link, who has a few ucros
of his own, McCandless tried to meet
the slurs which hnvo been cast at him
on this, account, by stntlu'gthat.'ho
was convinced that tho Republican can
didate for Delegate owned two acres
of land to each ono that he hlmsolf
McCnndless In conclusion stated
Unit whllo ho had been on Kauai tho
peoplo thero had charged the adminis
tration with unfairness In that tho pub
lic luboriirs on that Island wcro paid
only S1.25 n day, whllo on Oahu tl)cy
wero paid $1,50. As 11 result Kauai
would go Democratic as woll as Mail.
Kd 1.11(0, a candldato for the Houso.
lead 11 hotter from Kauai wherein It
was usked that all efforts ba mado to
olect u Democratic Legislature. In ord
ur that 11 law making tho pay of all tho
public laborers payablo at 11 minimum
rata nt 11. Ml u day, as It was less on
I.apunn, another candldato for nop
rcbcntutlvo. snoka of tbo nlunk urnvld
lag for tlio establishment of n leper
fciispcci Hospital on each Island.
McClcllan, n Supervisorial posslbll
Ity, hpoko for' gojid roads, expressing
tho hentlmcnt that tho Fifth District
should havo'as food roads as tho
.Mooic. running for the Sonato, bald
that whllo Homo of tho lmpars claimed
that his figures on tho bonded Indcbt
tdnbbs of tho Territory, which ho gavo
nt his lecenl Anla park speech, wero
Incorrect, ho was willing 'to verify
them. Ho ippoatcd his flguiOH In show
that the provisions undo for Iho 10
tuiidlns of tho outstanding public In-
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
L. L. McCANDLESS
Cooko has to Ills credit the llri-t
und third sets, fi-3, G-4, and Wurrcn
the second und fourth, fi-0, 0-2. They
outdo u start on the lust set beforo
darkness overtook them last night
nnd when they stopped stood one all
In games. They will bdtlo the
This afternoon's play will com
plete tho scmt-flnnls and mako way
for tho finals, which will probably
bo pl.ijcd on the Deictauia courts
n k. a
F. H. HARVEY
H. T. MOORE
E. M. WATSON
W. A. HALL
E. K. RATHBURN
W. K. APUAKEHAU
EDWARD L. LIKE
JOSEPH J. FERN
A cricket game wilt probably lo
played between the team of tho Ho
nolulu Cricket Club and the crew of
tho Alameda next Saturday after
noon. Tho Alameda will arrive hero
tomorrow and somevword will un
doubtedly be received from tho crick
eters n few hours after tho ship
reaches port. Tho Alameda cricket
ers nre persistent nnd have expressed
their determination to win one gamo
before they give up.
a a a
Tho ilonnlulu Cricket Club will
not go r Maul at the end of this
month. So many of tho men could
not '('company the team that, at it
uentlng tnUrdny, It was decided tu
rail the proposed trip off. An effort
will trol'iibly be made to have a
match arranged for the latter part
pf next, month.
a a s
flic football team ot tho II. S. S.
Colorado got 1 1V homo good signal
prnctlro (iuilug tho visit of the
rquadirn and Is now In readiness fur
the rliamplnrshlp games which will
ho pl.ijm with the other vessels of
:;,ic 011 urrh.il at Miigdulcna
Yesterday's ball game was Jolt No.'
011 the purses of tho California men.
Their (nlluro to connect. with tho
money In' Mo"nd.i 's boat rnco wni a
I'onsldCiablo drag on their bank ac
counts nnd ychtcrdaj's drain com
pletul the depletion.
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATES
H. N. CRABBE
JOSEPH U. KUHIA
W. H. McCLELLAN
J. K. PAELE
A. V. PETERS -
M. E. SILVA
CITY AND COUNTY 8HERIFF
WM. PAUL JARRETT
CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR
J. C. ANDERSON
CITY AND COUNTY CLERK
GEORGE K. LOWE
CITY AND COUMTV ATTORNEY
W. S. EDINGS
CITY AND COUNTY TREA8URER
R. H. TRENT
DEPUTY SHERIFF, HONOLULU
CHAS. H. ROSE
DEPUTY 8HERIFF, EWA
JOSEPH H. MAKANANI Jr.
DEPUTY SHERIFF, WAIANAE
R. L. GDLLILAND
We have just received over $20,000 worth of Regal
Shoes for men only in the latest Fall styles. These shoes
are made to conform to the natural shape of the foot, with
out looking square and clumsy.
They have clear-cut lines, a full treading surface, and
a slight swing. Made of the best wearing leathers known
today tic Black King Calf, Kid, and Colt leathers.
You can be absolutely sure of finding a perfect fit in
our Quarter Sizes.
Bring your old shoes to us to be repaired, while you
REGAL SHOE STORE, fe
N McCANDLESS BUILDING, corner of KING and BETHEL. M
New Business is Good Business
'DEPUTY SHERIFF, WAIALUA
H. H. PLEMER
The Auto Livery will from this
date reduce all automobile work 25
per cent. 1 passonger Insldo city
limits Tunahou St.. Wylllo St.. or
Kamihameha Schools, BO cents; call
ing or shopping 13 per hour; contin
uous driving S5 per hour; H second,
S3 for third. Around island $40. U.
It. LEWIS, Proprietor. Tol. No. C.
debtedness wero absolutely Inade
quate. . Forn called upon nit thoso who sup
ported him to vote for the Democratic
Supervisors nnd County Attornoy us
well, ns otherwise the municipal af
fairs would bo us tangled up as badly
as tho County affairs wore at present,
Knmahu spoke on the labor pay hill,
refuting tho allegation mado 'by tho
Home Rulers to tho effect that tho
Democrats wero trying to reduce tho
pay of tho poolus to J 1X0 a day. This
matter, ho showed, was not a subject
for legislation, tho waterfront men
being lnprlatn employ. 1 In finally
ndvised his hcaierx ngalnM drawing
tho color lino, nnd asked-them to vnlo
the. straight Democratic ticket.
can enlarge their
field of trade by
Only $4 each
Coyne Furniture Co.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By., the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's. Soles, 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 oents.
Repairing Neatly Done,
249 NORTH KING ST.
18S sdltorl! rooms 258 busi
ness .office. Thes are ,th nsw tel
ephone numbtre of the Bulletin office.
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Hawaii, 500 to Maui, 400 to
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