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COUNTY OF OAHIT, TERRITORY
Pursuant to a decrco of foreclosure
nnil snle made by tlio Honornblo Al
exander I.lmlsay, Jr., Secoml Judge
of tho Circuit Court of the First Ju
itlclnl Circuit, said Territory, on Oc
tober r.tli, 1 90S, in a Biiit Equity No.
1SC, entitled First .American S.iv
ItiRs nnd Trust Company of Hawaii,
Limited, Complainant, versus A. V.
Hear nnd Addle II. dear, Ills wife,
mid William O. Smith, William II.
llalnl nnd D.tvlil V. Anderson, Trus
tees, mid Jcruxlia M. Peterson, Ko
MKJiulentR, tlio undersigned appoint
ed ns Commissioner by snld Decioc,
will sell nt public auction to tlio
highest bidder for cash, subject to
continuation of Com t, on
"Saturday. Oct, 31st, 1908,
nt 12 o'clock noon, at tlio front
liinulm entinnce to tlio Judiciary
ItulldliiK, mild Honolulu, the mort
Kagcd pioperty following, to-wlt:
All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate on Tantnlus, Honolulu
kfoics.ild, Known as Lot 14, nnd
moro particularly described as fol
lows LOT NO. 14, lleglnnlng at tlio
routh comer of Lot No. 13, on tlio
North side of Kukul Drive, as shown
ou Government Survey Keglsterctl
Slap No. 19C8, nnd running by true
' Flist: Along Kukul Drive direct
bearing nnd distance being S. 00 00'
AW 200 fi-10 feet: thence
N. 23' 00' W. 2CS feet along Lot
N. SI' 25' E. 09.3 feet along
X. 4 l 40' L'. 94.3 feet nlong ridge.
N. 04 00' K. 9C.8 feet nlong ridge,
S. 24' 40' K. 2C0 feet along Lot 13
to the Initial point. Area
The above premises being the
fiuno ns were conveyed to the said
A. V. Gear by Land Patent Number
4i4u, dated the 13th day of Febru
Terni3 of salo: Cash, U. S. Gold
Coin, 10 per cent, nt time of sale,
balanco on confirmation by Court and
delivery of deed.
Deed at the Expense of Purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
Thompson & demons, Attorneys for
Complainant, nt 8-11 Campbell Block
Honolulu, or to James F. Morgan,
Auctioneer, 857 Kaahumanu Stieet,
K.ilil Honolulu, or to the undersigned
nt tlio Judiciary building, said Ho
nolulu. JOHN MAItCALLIKO,
Dated October 7th, 1908.
4123 Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tlio undersigned having been duly
nppointed administrator of the es
tate of Gullhcrmo Ilotolho, loto- of
tlio County of Oalui, deceased, notice
is heieby given to nil persons to pre
sent their claims against tho estate of
wild (iullhernio Uotelho, deceased,
duly authenticated, whether seemed
by mortgngo or otherwise, to tho un
dcislgned.int tho office of John Mar
cnlllno. Judiciary Uuildlng, Honolu
lu, within six months from tho dato
hereof, or they wilt bo forever bar
led. All persono indebted to said es
tate nre requested to make Immediato
payment to tho undersigned.
JOAO LUIZ D'AOUFAn,
'Administrator of tho Estate of Gull'
liernio Uotelho, Deceased.
Dated Honolulu, Oct. 14th, 1908
4122 Oct. 14. 21. 28; Nov. 4, 11
Will bo paid for Information leading
to tho discovery of tho person who
broke' ono or our largo plato glass win
dows some tlmo between. Saturday
evening unci Monday moinlng.
L. II. KKUR & CO.. LTD.
A pur of ihoti that WMrt
, long and keep lta shape
A shipment of up to date
v Tut Shoes for ladles vni re
ceived per lut S. S, Ala
meda. L. AYAlfsHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KINO ST.
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DELEGATE TO CONQRESS
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. V. CRABBE
JOSEPH U. KUHIA
W. H. HeCLELLAN
J. K. PAELE
A. V. PETERB
M. E. SILVA
CITY AND COUNTY SHERIFF
CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR
J. C. ANDERSON
CITY AND COUNTY CLERK
GEORGE K. LOWE
CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY
W. S. EDING8
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. GILLILAND
DEPUTY SHCRIFF. WAIALUA
H. H. PLEMER
Johnson's Dyes are really
dyes that color the grain of
the wood ,not merely staining
the wood surface, as so many
cheap stains do.
It is easily applied to old or
new woods with a varnish
brash. Old stain is removed
with JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
Any sltade of color and any
finish desired may be obtain
ed. And the color STAYS.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. Kins: St. Phone 775.
DO YOU ENJOY
that is made from Pur Cream and
CAKES that are a eood deal lighter
than 'Ma makes? Then come to us.
We serve meals from 6 to 8 a. m., 11
a. m. to 2 p. m and from 5 to 8 p.m.,
at reasonable prices. Service the
HOTEL, next to Perkins' Gallery
J. M. LEVY & CO.
King St. Yieir Bethel. Phone 76.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL MI6. Call up at amy
time by telephone any one of theft
numbers: 190, 900, 1097.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to ofiee and
residence, HINO UP 657,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263'Miller St. . M. B. DE SA,
Tho Republican Central Committee has prepared the following fin
ancial statement In refutation of the
the Democrats with regard to the public finances:
Statement of the Bonded Indebtedness of the Territory of Hawaii
June 30, 1908
Juno 14, 1900 Donds outstanding $4,214,400.00
May 1, 1903 Fire Claims llonds 4 per cent 315,000.00
Oct. t.1903 Public Improvement Donds 4 1-2 per cent... 1,000,000.00
Jan. 2, 1905 Public Improcmenl llonds 4 1-4 per cent
Oct. I, 1905 Refunding llonds 4 per cent
Jan. 2, I90G Public Improvement llonds 3 1
Paid by U. S. Government
June 14-00 to June 30-01 Paid In cash
July 1-01 to June 30-03 Paid In cash
July 1-03 to June 30-05 Paid In cash
Oct. 4-05 Refunded
Inly l-or, to. Juno 30-07 Paid In cash
July 1-07 to June 30-08 Paid In cash
Statement of the Outstanding Bonded
I.onn Act of June 15, 1890. 5 per cent
Fire Claims llonds i percent
Rerundlnr; llonds 4 per cent
Public Imp. 11011113 4 1-2 per cent
Public Imp. llonds 4 1-4 per cent
Public Imp. llonds 3 1-2 per cent
Condensed Statement Showing the Expenditure of the Amounts Received
From Sales of Publie Improvement Bonds to June 3U, ihuu.
Total nmouut of llonds sold
On Acct. of Wnter Works
Ou Acct.. of Wliarvcs and Landings
On Acct. of Roads and llrldRes
On Acct. of School llulldlngs
On Acct. of Public llulldlngs
On Acct. of Sewers
On Acct. of Dredging (Honolulu)
Total for Public Improvements
Discounts on sale of llonds . . .
Cash balance June 30, 1908..
EXPOSED UNK TALK
Kauai Voters See Light
On Land issue;
(Special to the Bulletin)
Llhue, Oct. 27. Since a little over
two weeks ago tho qguietus on tho Oar
den Isle has been gicatly disturbed
by tliu cnthuslnstlc unit excited ihiIIi
L. L. McCnndless .accompanied by
his small party from Honolulu and tho
local Democrats, committed tho first
breach and, In a week, tho doctrines
of tho Democratic party had been ex
pounded In every district of tho Is
land. Tho Democrats have grown In mini
Lcr hero. It Is expected that they will
poll moro this (all than they ever illd
In tho past. In this connection. It
night bo added, that on tho 28th of Sep
tember last, tho Democratic party, for
the first tlmo In Its history on tho is
land, held, a regular contention at Ll
hue, for tho purpose of nominating Its
candidates for tho various ofnees.
With this strength assured him. Mr.
McCandless plunged Into thu midst of
things mid explained his land policy.
Ho left no stono unturned In demon
strating to the voters by mans and lit
erature that thero were 1.C3G.000 acres
of government land In this Territory
which belonged to them. Ho said that
thero was no reason why the voters
tliould not get a slice of this land nt
tho rnto of 40 acres apiece, This ar
gument, together with his bovere crit
icism of tlio manner In which Bomo of
the public lands had been disposed ut
n great sacrlflco by the authorities, ac
cording to his views, gained for Mr.
McCandless much enthusiasm and,
.. It A.iitm. Im nililmoan,! .... 1 tna.i. !.
succeeded In prodhclng a very strong )
nuvttvi l.u umiltoovu (ill UUUIC1IUJ llv I
and favorablo Impression. This was
especially so In Kapaa, where home
steading hus proved slow.
For a whllo it seemed that tlio Dem
ocratic nominee for Delegate to Con
gress had a cinch on tho situation. Hut
this stnto of affairs was not to live
long, for tho Republicans, as previously
arranged by Bhcrlff Rico, County
chairman, followed closely In the
wuko of tho Democrats. Thoy found
very little difficulty In undoing tho web
which tho energetic "Link" had woven.
Ily showing tho people maps of tho
same description that McCandless hail
and pointing out to them that out of
tho vast area of land, Mr. McCandless
had said belonged to the voters, only
30,000 acics, now leased to Iho nlantn-
tlons with ten or twelve years more to
tun, throughout the wholo Territory
were snllublo for hoinesteadlng pur
poses, tho rest being mountainous,
stoily (pahochoe) and unexplored
hinds, n now light dawned upon
"Link's" convertn and, lecovcilug
from their revelry, sat up and took no
tice in wnlnicn niter tho RepublleaiiK
mm uemonstiateu to tho people, tlio
HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY,
various wild statements made by
Indebtedness of the Territory of Ha
1 04,608 . C4
futility of McCnndless' arguments, n
large number of voters were seen the
next day without tho M.cCandlcss but
On this Important topic of tho hour,
tho land question. Mr. Fnlrchlld, man
tiger of Mnkco Sugar Company, has
proved himself a lower of strength.
HO has not studied the subject from
literature only, but he has also visited
the different Islands uud tins personal
ly witnessed tho lands from which Mc
Cnndless proposes to deal out 40 or
100 acres to each Miter. To him has
fallen the burden to unravel the con
coaled urnposltion of the Democratic
nomlnco Tor Congress.
Tho Republicans are feeling very
little concerned out the local situa
tion. It Is needless to say Hint not any
of tho Democrats will be elected for
tiny of the officers they were nominal
d. Tho Republican strength Is too
much to overcome.
Thero is, however, considerable
(peculation over the running for
County Auditor. Cluis. Illuke, an In
ilVpcmlent candidate eudnised by the
IVmocratx, Is proving very strong.
though tho Republicans aro sanguine
tluit their man, (J, E. II. Ilakcr, will
win out after n close race.
HOW TO CURE
JHE DRINKING HABIT
Wo aro honestly desirous of curing
nil who aro uddicted to drink, and If
you aro interested In any ono needing
Orrlne we Invite you to vtrito. us. Our
correspondence Is confidential and our
replies are sent In plain sealed envel
opes. Orrlno No. 1, Is tho Becrct trent
nient and No. 2, for those who wish
iho voluntary treatment. $1 per box.
Orrlno Is sold on an absolute guaran
tee to effect a euro or money will bo
refunded. Tho Orrlno Company,
"Washington, D. C. Tlio leading drug
i;IstR endorso Orrlne. Sold by Honolu
lu Drug Co., Kort BtrceL
FIGHT ON OPIUM
Tho first meeting of the local Chin'
(.'so to consider means of fighting
ngalnst tho curse of opium in China
was held yesterday in tho Chlneso
United Society hall. Among those
present was Hon. Tsang Hal, tho Chin
cso Consul, In his speech ho said:
"This Is a question of great import
ance to China. Tho freedom of our
peoplo from tho opium habit will help
much In making China strong. Our
got eminent Is now forbidding tho
plantlnii, salo and uso of the dnlg, and
it Is expected to havMhls mighty evil
wiped away boforo ten years,
"The Imperial government is firm
tn its purpose, so that officials will
not longer uso opium. Other nations
may help much In this niattor. Utws
tliould bo (strong so that tho peoplo
J cannot got opium."
Mr. Tliulng said that punishment
for opium smoking should bo Impris
onment Instead of flues.
I Meals served at all hours at the
'now England Bakery, Hotel street.
Gonkling and Assistants
Receive Thanks Of
Secretary of the Territory G. A.
Mott-Smltli thh morning took occa
sion to highly commend the work of
his assistants In the work of getting
out all tho election data for the var
ious toting precincts In the Territory.
He referred ipcetllcnlly to Chief
Clerk Lloyd Colliding and his .ussM
uiiIh. Wight mil day -these bojs h,.u
worked,' mild Mott-Smlth this moin
lng, "and the amount of work that
they have done and the things they
have accomplished me almost stu
pendous. Con'cllng In particular lias,
been most faithful. He has till""!
ho brunt of the hard labor on hU
shoulders, and, icallzlng what a tic
mcinlnus tatk ho hud before h:m, has
hardly stopped a moment "
Thcra Is no doubt that tho uoil;
of the boys In the Secretary's omen
has been highly commendable. Sev
eral nights Conkllng remained at his
post glial ding election ballots all
night In older tlat they might not
be taiiipatod with.
FOR COUNTY OFFICE
County Clerk Kalaiioknlanl tins
made nut the following list of candi
dates for County offices who hnve
filed their no'.nlnntlon papeis, and
who ore thus In the race'
Mayor Jnn. C. Lnnc (It), J. J.
Kern (D), W. C. Achl (HR-L).
Supervisors Win. Ahla (It), R. W.
Aylett (ID, II. N. Crnbbe (I)), An
drew E. Cox (II), Robt. W. Davis (II
R-L), Ed. Ingham (D), I). Kalaiiokn
lanl Sr. (IIR-L). Wm. Kane (R), J.
M. Kenloha (IIR-L). J. U. Kuliinu
(D), Abraham K. Kekue (IIR-L).
Daniel I-ognn (II), W. II. McClellan
(D), A. V. I'cteis (D). .1. K. l'nele
(D), J. C. Qulnn (II). M. K. Sltvn
(D). Henry C. Vlda (HR-L), Norman
Comity Attorney J. W. Cathc.irt
(II), W. S. Edlngs (D), Carlos A.
treasurer Geo. C. Dcckley (DrR
H. Trent (D), II. M. von ifolt (It).
Auditor J..C1 Anderson (D), Jns.
Clerk D. Knlauokalanl Jr. (It),
Geo. K. Ixiwo (D).
Sheriff C. P. laukea (I). W. P.
Jarrett (D), John II. Wise (R).
Deputy Sheriff. Honolulu Chris.
J. Holt (R), J. M. Monsarrat (I).
Chns. II. Rose (D). Ewa John
Kernnndez (R), J. II. Makannnl (D),
Geo. W. Nawnakoa (I). Wnlanae
II. L. Gllllliind (D). .Geo. Maluna
(It). Walalua-Oscar I Cox (It),
II. II. l'lcmer (D). Koolaulo.i -Bamucl
Lua (HR-L), L. K. Naono
(ID, Jno. L. Paoo (I). Koolaupnko
Prank I'ahla (R).
LODGE MAKES FLEA
FOR BIGGER NAVY
Ilnstnn, (Mass.), October 12. De
claring that Japan was ready to mnko
Insulting demands on the United
States did she duro and that tho only
way to guard against such was to In
crease our Navy, United States Sena
tor Lodgo launched Into n Stirling nnd
vigorous plea for a bigger and better
navy at a llepuullcaii ratification meet'
ing In Tremont Tcmplo to night.
'Notice how tho talk of war dies
away with tho voyago of tho II cot
around tho globe," continued tho Sell'
utor. "A navy Is .tlio best possible In
surance for peace. I want a strong
navy becaliso It means poaco. With
out n navy war Is always possible.
Politics ought not to slop ut tho wn
ter's edge. Ilryan ought to bo bonfen
for his opposition to it navy If for no
NEW CUBE FOB CONSUMPTION
PARIS, France. Oct. 13. Pro
fessor Lanuelongue of tho University
of Purls has discovered an nntl-tu-bercular
scrum which Is said tn bo
the most cfflc.iclouB remedy of tho
kind ever used. Of eleven patients
Inoculated with the now scrum ten
have either been cured or havo shown
Improvement. Further expeilmeuts
uro expected to show even better re
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove'6 signature is on
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Tht Weekly gdltlvn of tht Kvtnfna
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of the day,
BBgggMJJUl . J- ..L:SgE.LJ5
"Your duty is to poison utt," siys the
Cltlitni Health Committee, "uid in this
wy prevent the spread ol the dreaded bu-1
This warning ol danger Irom the plague '
epidemic must impress every citizen with
the imperative necessity ol destroying the
rats tbat Infest our city and are a menace
to our very Hie.
The moat reliable poison and one that Is
recommended by national and local au
thorities is Steams' Electric Paste, which
drives rats out ol the house to die.
Wherever used it kills oil the rats, usually
In a single night It is absolutely guaran
teed to eiterminate them or the money will
Protect your home and your city with
Steams' Electric Paste. I
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where or tent direct prepaid on receipt of price. ,
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All of the nppll
nurcti necessary to
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luivo "Null Tiles,
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