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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., FTHDAV, OCT. 23, 1908. "'
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Fall Exhibit of Exclusive Millinery
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
,TI0N TO FORECLOSE, AND
NOTICi: IS IIKRKIIY GIVILV that
in atcoi ilanco with law and by vlttue
of the power of sale contained in
that certain mortgage made tiy Anna
Kalinnletlo, wife of D. II. Kuhiuile
llc, of Honolulu, O.ihu, to William O.
Smith, Tiustcc for Tho (lermnu Sav
Iiibi and I.o.i n Society, of Sail Frnn
rlsru, California, and the Knplolaiil
Kstnte, Limited, dated tho 29th day
of November, 1902, recorded in tho
IteRlstry Olllce In Honolulu, Oahu, In
Liber 239, on pages 474 to 481, tho
B.itil Wllllnm 0. Smith as such Trus
tee Intends now to forecloso
mortgage for breach of tho condl-.held on Tuesday, November fl, 190S:
lions therein contained, to-wit: the Attention Is tailed to Sections 31,
!ion-pi merit of the principal duo 32, and 09, and paragraphs 8 and 9
upon tlio, promissory note by said 'of Section 108, of the Hovlted Laws,
moilgagu secured and therein refer- and to Section 85 of the Organic Act,
led to, and tho Interest thereon, as amended by Act of June 28. 1900,
when due; tho time of payment of Chapter 3382, 34 Statutes) at Large,
the principal of said note having '630: and more particularly to tho
been extended to October 13th, 1900, 1 following provision of Section 31 of
and Interest thereon being now un-.tho Revised Laws, viz.:
paid since October IStll, 190G. "NO PKRSON SHALL UK PEP.-
Notlco is also hereby given that MITTKD TO STAND A3 A CANDI
tlio lands and premises in said morl-'DATK TOR KLKCTION TO THE LEO
gagu and hcieinafter descilbed, and. ISLATURE UNLESS HE SHALL HE
the improvements thereon and rights,
privileges and appurtenances there
with, will be sold at public auction
by said William O. Smith, Trustee ua
aforesaid, mortgagee, at the auction DISTRICT IN WHICH AN ELEC
room of James K. Morgan, at No. 8R7 TION IS ORDERED AND IN WHICH
Kaalmmanu Street, In said Honolulu,) HE IS REQUESTED TO l)B A CAN-
oii Saturday, tho fourteenth day of
November, 1908, nt twelvo o'clock
noon of said day, In foieclosure.
The propel ty covered by said mort
gago and intended to bo sold as
u foresaid, consists of tho following:
All those certain lands situate at
MoKauea, in bald Honolulu, being a
pait of the premises Known as Apana
1, described in Land Commission
Award C4C0 to Kaiinuohiia for Moe
Iiontia, and known as Lots seven (7),
ten (10) and eleven (11) In Illock A
In the Knplolaiil Tract, and particu
larly described as follows:
Beginning at n point on the North
bide of Mokauca Street, at tho East
corner of Lot 11, adjoining the ma
Kill line of the Oahu Railway and
Laud Co., and running by true bear
ings: 1. S. 42 deg. 20' W. 130.0 feet
along Mokauea Street;
2. N. 47 deg. 40' W. 200.0 feet
along Lots 9-0-5 and 4;
3. N. 12 deg, 20' E. 27.5 feet along
4. Thence by the makal curvo of
the Oahu Hallway and Lnnd Co.
to tho initial point; containing
mi nie.i of 20,100 square feet,
more or less; being tho samo
pipinises conveyed to said mort
gagor by deed of William C.
Achl, dated November 24, 1902,
Tonus: Cash In United States gold
coin; ten per cent, payable at time
of sale, and balance on delivery of
deed. Deeds ut tho expense of pur
chaser. For further particulars In
nulio of William O. Smith, JudJ
Dated this 9 th day of October,
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Trustee for Tho German Savings
k Loan Society, and tho Kn
plolaiil Estate, Ltd., Mortga
4127 Oct. 9, 10, 23, 30; Nov. G, 13
During my absence, from tho Terri
tory,' Mr. Goo Leo will act for mo
with full powtr of attorney.
Honolulu. Oct. 21, 1908. 4137-3t
TO MY PATRONS:
Having: severed my connection with
the Hawaiian Garage, I can now be
found at the Auto Livery, Hotel and
Union Sts.; Tel. No. 6.
E, A, DE LOVELACE,
FOR DELEGATE: SENATORS AND
A general election for Delegato to
Congress and for Senators anil Rep
resentatives to the Territorial Leg-
Islature being required by law to ho
NOMINATED AND SO REQUESTED
IN WRITING, SIGNED I1Y NOT
LESS THAN TWENTY-FIVE DULY
QUALIFIED ELECTORS OV THE
DIDATE. SUCH NOMINATION
SHALL, EXCEPT AS HEREINAFT
ER PROVIDED, HE DEPOSITED
WITH THE SECRETARY OF THE
TERRITORY NOT LESS THAN
THIRTY DAYS 1IEFORE THE DAY
OF A GENERAL ELECTION .
EXCEPT ON THE ISLAND OF OA
HU, WHERE SUCH NOMINATION
SHALL HE DEPOSITED NOT LESS
THAN TEN DAYS HEFORE THE
DAY OF ANY ELECTION."
Tho name or names of tho candi
date or candidates will bo printed
with the Hawaiian or English equiv
alent. If such thero be, It, the candi
date Bhall so request mo In writing
at tho time his nomination is died.
EACH NOMINATION MUST HE
ACCOMPANIED IIY A DEPOSIT OF
Nominations must be deposited
with mo before twelve o'clock mid
night, on. October 3, 1908, except on
tho Island of Oahu, where such nom
inations must' bo deposited with mo
before twelvo o'clock midnight on
October 24, 1908.
NOMINATION FEES MUST TIE
PAID IN CASH OR IIY POST OF
FICE MONEY ORDER MADE PAY
AI1LB TO ME.
E. A. MOTT-SMITII,
Secretnry of Hawaii,
Honolulu, T. II., Sept. 19, 1908.
4110 Sept. 19; Oct. 1, 23.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Priees.
Wire Frames Made to Order,
30 KING ST.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day,
Deacon Trent Gives Many
Reasons Why He
A large political meeting was con
ducted last night by the Democratic
party on Kallhl road makal of King
rtreet. It was very orderly. Tho
music was goo I and tho audience at
tentive. Win. Knnl presided.
R. II. Trent, candidate for County
Treasurer to succeed himself, mado
an able speech In support of the
Democratic ticket. Ho said:
"I am it candidate, for reelection to
tho olllce of City and County Treas
urer. Tho Republican party has put
up against mo ono of its strongest
men, who accepted the nomination
at an avowed personal sacrifice, but
who was willing to make the sacri
fice in order to 'save tho country.'
Mr. von Holt U n gentleman of whom
his party has u right to be proud,
and it I am to be defeated 1 would
much prefer to bo defeated by a gen
tleman of his quality than by some
political scalawag who Is In politics
for what them Is In it.
"Hut, gentlemen, is there any good
reason why I should be ousted fiom
tho position of County Treasurer? In
what way havo I failed to perfoim
tho duties of tho offlco or to solve
tho public Interests? Havo I been
nnrrowly partlrnn, or hnve I catered
to any party or sect or faction to tho
prejudlio of any other? On tho con
trary, I think nil who know how the
offlco has been conducted will bear
witness that nil good citizens look
alike to tho Democratic County
Treasurer, and that all having busi
ness with his offlce nio treated with
tho same courtesy nnd consideration
by him and his helpers, without nny
question as to the color of oun's eyej
or the shade of his political opinions.
"I havo heard of only two reasons
advanced by Mr. von Hot as to why
I should be removed fiom ofllco and
ho Installed In my place Ho has
nover said, so far as I know, that ho
needs the offlco or that he wunta it;
but ,on the contrary, ho has repeated
ly declared that he is running at n
great sacrifice to himself. What are
tho reasons, then, that he urges for
it change? In addressing tho Hawul-
luns ho charges mo with being it ma
llhinl, that seeming to appeal to him
as tho cnslest wny to arouso their
prejudice against me. Without crit
icising tho gentleman in any wny, It
seems to mo that such a charge Is
vory close akin to the cry of 'Nana
I lm ill,' that has been so severely
nnd Justly condemned already In this
campaign. At any rate, tho effect
sought to bo produced Is tho same in
"In addressing himself to English-
speaking audiences, tho Republican
candidate urges that I ought to be
defeated because I have already hold
tho office of County Ticasurer for
two terms. I rnnnot believe, that
such a plea will appeal to sensible.
people. Not ,i bank nor a storo nor
an olllce nor a shop in this city dis
charges Its employes for no other rea
son than thnt they have held their
positions for two or threo or four or
it dozen years. On the other hand,
they encourage long-continued serv
ice In my own olllce I try to treat
my nssodutcB nnd helpers so well
that they will never leavo mo. Mr.
on Holt has for many years been a
faithful and highly valued employe
of the mllfoad company. Suppose
ho should defeat me for County Tica3
urer on tho plea that I havo nlioady
held the office for four )cars, and
that I should thou go to Mr. Dilling
ham and say: "Mr. Dillingham, Mr.
von Holt has worked for you for ten
years; t will be n great personal
sacrlllco to me, Mr. Dillingham, to
tako his place, but I think ho lins
held It long enough, and that ou
might to turn hlni out nnd put ino
In.' What Mr. Dillingham would
MISS SCOTT WAS
This To Her Attempt To
Oakland, Oct. Hi. Miss I'liwuro J.
Scott, airid .'3 sears, a lucent arrival
from Honolulu, despairing or lellcf
from nervous prostration, miidu nu mi
Luccessful attempt to commit sulcldo
todny at noon by Jumping Into the bay
fiom tho Onkland mole. She was
saved by workmen, who pulled her out
of tho water and hurrltd her to the
receiving hospital, where sne was re
vived. Miss Scott has been suffering from
nervous disorders for rev-oral months
and wns advised to come to California.
Sho icsIiIimI with her sister. .Mrs Alex
ander Cockburn, at 2009 Webster
btroet, Sim Francisco, and was In
chnigo of a 1 1 allied nurse.
Tills mornlnc sho sllnncd awav from
ll... . ..ail .1... nn ......., I....1 ll.lrl.K. .. I.t.
her ti Flililll Hlllll of llionev. mill rnlno 1
to Onkland. On tho way over passen
gers noticed that sho wus laboring un
der some excitement. When sho ar
rived ut tho molo sho walked around,
seeking an outlet to the bay.
Discovering the stone coping of tho
pier over to one side, she hastened to
the water's edgu. She Jumped Into tho
deep water, tho splash drawing the at
tention of somo workmen, who hast
ened to tho rescue and pulled her out.
Sho was hurried from tho molo to the
When she wns revived sufficiently to
talk bIio guvo the mimo of her slstor
In San Francisco and tho lntter was
sent for. Miss Scott ncKnow lodged
that sho had tried to cud her llfu bo-
cause sho had become convinced that
fcho would never logaln her health.
Miss Scott was too weak to bo re
moved tonight, but will bu taken from
tho hospital to her sinter's homo in thu
morning. It Is not thought her Immer
sion In thu liny will seriously affect
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I thank you foi jour attention."
K. M. Watson, us usuul, made ft
straight, forceful speech. Referring
to Governor Krear's address In thu
Orphcum, ho nnld that the Executive
was evidently afraid of tho Demo
cratic candidates for tho Senate and
House. It showed dearly that tho
Kxecutivo could ndt successfully car
ry out his wishes without having
both llouso. In the control of the Re
publican. This, said tho speaker,
was not right In his opinion.
Fiunl; H. Ilnrvcy und Joseph J,
rem also nddiessed thu gathering.
K.ich outlined the duties of tho of
fices they are stilvlng for. I'em was
Tho linguistic candidate for Audi
tor, J. C. AlidtrEou, was cheered as
lie faced tho ciowd. Ho said among
other things that heaven nnd earth
wero full of Democrats.
Other speakers of the night wero
Judge Kdlugs, II. T, Mooie, Kdvvnid
Hanupl, II. N. Crnhbe, Joseph Kuhla,
J. IC. l'aole, A. V. Pctors, and M. II.
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
L. L. McCANDLESS
F. R. HARVEY
H. T. MOORE
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. EDINQS
CITY AND COUNTY TREASU.1ER
R. H. TRENT
DEPUTY 8HERIFF, HONOLULU
CHAS. H. ROSE
DEPUTY SHERIFF, EWA
JOSEPH H. MAKANANI Jr.
DEPUTY 8HERIFF. WAIANAE
R. L. GJXLILAND
DEPUTY SHERIFF, WAIALUA
H. H. PLEMER
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