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3:30 EDITION A busy storc ,s the Weal result of Bulletin Advertising
BULLETIN WANT ADS.
PRICE 5 CENTS
VOL. X. NO. 4J46
20 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 31 1908-20 PAGES
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Molokai Now Talks
KAMALO, MoloKitl, Oct. :1C (8poclal to tlio II u I I n 1 1 n .) Molnfcnl'
Wiirk'SM station now established nil ill ii successful opciutlon. Slftnvn J.
Tlio aboie special dispatch to tlio Molokal. Tlic Btntlun there wiu ills
Hit I let I n Ik tlio first message ic-jcontinucd nboul three years ago hut
lolvecl A inn the newly est.ihllr.'icd bus been re-rigged unil a permanent
wlielcBi station nt Knnmlo, Island nf 'opeinlor In now Btatloncit tlicro.
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Hawaii Leaders Write
That Kuhio Is Safe
KiiIiIci will cany the Island of Ha-
Thin In tlio forecast of tlio lending
politicians on thu 111k Inland. I.vttciu
from loiernl of these were iccolved In
th Manna Kca mall today, and the
Millers all agree on this point.
Stephen Dcshn wiHvh fioin Kohala
to lils friend N.igaran lVrnanilez that
Knlilo will lead thu ticket for Delegate,
with Not ley, the 1 Initio Utile candi
date, M'cnml, and with Link McCand
Ukh nt the tall end of the procession.
Desha s.is fin I her that the Hawaii
Unaiil of Supervisors will again Have a
ltVptihllcnii majority, and that Sam
111.1. the Iteptihllcan candidate for
.Sheriff, will be elected, llolsteln In
dine of being Kent to the limine under
the llcpiihllcan banner, and kiiiiiii He
piihllcin Senators will, also be elected.
Another letter lecelicd by the Ceil
tial G'oimulttco from a political oh
rciier at llllo, states an follows:
"Kal Is the only Itcpubllcan candi
date who has been here, but lie, with
Mnn..ger lleers and Cabrlnha, hnio
line tin- best they could. The Por
tuguese In thin section will, I belloie,
be almost solidly Itcpubllcan. Kor
thin C.ihilnha deserves thanks mid
any lioiiiirs coming from thu party.
"Chnille Wllllums, Homo Rule lead
er and County Attorney, returned last
night ahead of his party. It esald
that he had moie votes than he need
ed, hi I hero was no use stalnK out
my longer. Ho regnuls thu Homo
Hula ticket ns safe, the ShcillT Wight
close, but Koolanul safe with tlio
Gold Tip Ideal Smoke
10 to Package 23 .Cents.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO,,
Los Gatos, Cal Pacific Coast Agents.
If not at dealers we will send by
mall to any address upon receipt of
where the most correct clothes are worn, the preference is.
given to the New York Fashions as shown by the greatest
fashion tailors in
Every garment is correctly tailored by experts in the
latest exclusive lines. There is no shoddy work, no misfit
ting in our suits.
Let us show you some of them.
The Kash Co.
FAILURE CAUSES MRS. PARKE'S
whltu vote In llllo and on the planta
tions. County Clerk may go to tlio
HopuhllcAtiH, ho says, and tlio Demo
crats may get two Huperilsors.
"Knlilo I regai il as taTo un this
Island, but not with the majority of
WOMEN COMPLAIN OF
IAUKEA TO BRECKONS
Three old Hawaiian women tamo
up to thu United States District Court
j this morning with a complaint
against Sheriff laukea, stating that
ho le fused to glvo them protection.
It seems that they went to laukea jes
Jterduy morning and asked that lie
'make out n warrant for the arrest
.of Ho Chow, a Chinese who Is mar-
rl nil n nnn it t tin wnrtinu t F. Plintip
. r uiu wt, v(i if iiutiii ais viiuii
Is alleged to havo threatened to Wll
his wlfo and her mother and then
commit sulcldo with n big revolver
which ho had with him.
Tho women uro now afraid to go
back home. laukea told tho mothor-In-law
of How Chow that Bho had no
right to llvo at her daughter's lioiibe.
unil he thcreforo refiibed to let her
swear out a warrant, or even to warn
Ho Chow not to kill them, according
to tho statement of l'oluiku, the
mother, this morning.
Ioe Cream and
Drug Co.. Ltd.
NEWELL AND FREAR
Will Work lo Secure
Governor Pi ear, who returned
from a very pleasant and prolltablo
trip around the Island of Kauai this
morning, will leave for Washington
on or about the 14 th of next month.
He stated this morning that Recla
mation Hxpert Newell might go back
on tho same steamer with him, al
though It Is possible that Mr. Newell
will have to go at an earlier data
than the Governor.
One of the most Important matters
that will bo taken up by the Gov
ernor will be to see what can bo dono
towards securing for Hawaii a pait ot
tho United States appropriation for
iccl.imatlon work. Mr. Newell, tho
expert on tho subject of Reclamation,
will bo In Washington lit the same
time ns the Governor, and the two ot
them will piobnbly work together on
Mr. Newell has been greatly Im
pressed with njl of tho Islands. He
has visited them all now, and Ills
tours have glven'hlm a thorough In
sight Into conditions. . With Secie-
tary Garfield, Governor Frcar, and
Kxpert Newell in Washington at the
same time, and all working for Hu-
wall, great things should bo accom
"I Judge from tho public prints -f
that bomo members of this com-
f muiilty think that a public pros-
f ccutor Is a public persecutor,"
said Chairman Judd of tho lie-
publican County Committee this
morning. "Theso people do not
seem to realize that the Coiuit) f
f Attorney occupies a quasl-Judl- -f
clal position, and that It Is very
f ofton his duty not to prosecute."
Mr. V. H. Newell will address tho
Commercial Club members and their
friends on Monday on the CmnmciLlal
ReiictUs of Reclamation. I.'inch will
bo served at 12 Bharp.
Purser Phillips of tho Manna Kca
reports the following sugur on Ha
waii ready for shipment on October
SO: Honuapo, 4489.
Don S, Dowmnn, sanitary Inspector
at llllo, returned to Ids homo yester
day, after a two woek's stuy In Hono
lulu. Silk remnants nt Whitney &
Marsh's silk salo on Monady.
FOR THE BE8T FRUIT FOR SHIP
PING leave your order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE IS.
Every Man who is interest
ed in Life Insurance has heard
of the PRUDENTIAL.
Let us show you some Pru
dential records and explain
what a policy can do for you.
023 FORT ST.
f As election day apiinnches
4- straw otes lire getting nWe and
f nioro popular, tho contest fir the
f office of County Atloriui being
4 cildently the ono which In bo-
Ing' .regarded with Ih inoul Inter-
est. Tho results of two such
f otes werclirought to thin office
today, and both show- that Cutli-
cart will got nn overwlu lining
support from the bushier ami
t professional men of the i-nniimui
lly. The otes were taken among
tho employes of Duvles & Co. nnd
tho tenants of the Judd building,
eiery voter voting seeri.(ly in
each ense. Tho results ue as
f Cn.luart, 30.
ttllnga, J, .
4 Edlngs, 1.
The Republicans will hold n grand
I ally tonight on Fort street, next to
tho Club Stables. Tho list of speak
ers for tho o cnlng Is a good ono ,nnd
I hero will bo many other attractions
to make the meeting n lively one.
There will bu only u" few nioro meet
ings beforo tho election, mid tho ex
citement and enthusiasm uro reach
ing thu highest point.
Thoso who will make addresses to
Light, nnd thu list of their subjects
J. C. Cohen, "Tho necessity of a
A. Lewis, Jr., "Tho necessity of hav
ing good lawmakers."
E. A. Douthltt, "County Government
and tho benefits accruing from 'the
Republican administration thereof."
Geo. A. Davis, miscellaneous re
marks, A. D. Castro, "Agrlculturo and Iro-
Ella Long, "Tlio Republican Party
and our public schools."
(Continued on Page 3)
IN THE CITY
Delivered anywhere on election night
as soon as received.
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
. jtinairman nucncocK ot me itcpuutioan uommi
Hospital fjUSiness iyjeil
Mrs. Campbell-Parker died
this afternoon at 2:15 o'clock '
at the Queen's Hospital, where '
she went yesterday afternoon '
to undergo an operation. The '
cause of death could not be '
learned from the hospital, '
where inquiry was made this '
Dr. Judd stated this after- '
noon that Mrs. Parker died '
from heart failure following an '
operation for cancer in the '
Mrs. Parker was the widow
of the lade Jos. Campbell,
who died several eurs ago,
leaving Iter and her children
the heirs of n vast estate. Sho
was the mother of Princess
Knwaminnl.oa, Mrs. Wnlter
' Macfarlanc. and Misses Muriel
' and lleatrlce Campbell.
IN MAUI TUNNEL
M. P. Prosser arrived hero from
Maul this morning, and l.nd thi do
tails of how tho Japanesu lost his
lifo at Wnllieo ditch the other day.
Ho states that ono' Japanese was kill
ed, another was utmost asphyxiated,
and four or live of tho ones who at
tempted a rescue wero overcome by
The workmen were digging a tun
nel Into tho mountain and had failed
to comply with the orders of the
company to provide for emergency.
When the cave-in occurred ono of the
men was instantly Killed, and when
the rescue party had dug out the de
bris they found another man who was
almost oicrcomo by tho gases. Ho
was, however, Anally brought back
to consciousness, A coroner's Jury
decided that the man's death was accidental.
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 31. Wm. J. Bryan has issued an appeal to the
people for support of his candidacy for President.
Chairman Mack of the Democratic Committee reasserts his chaise
that the Reoublicans have received a corruption fund fiom Standard Oil.
Chairman Hitchcock of the Republican Committee denies it.
In Line For GJ.P.
NEW YORK, N. Y Oct. 31.
iness men was reviewed here today
Sherman. Mr. Taft will speak at
WAQTifwrrrnw n r -vi,.. ii
..w.,UAV,, A., w.. .. ,
ed trick of Rockefeller in declaring
icuung iuc iw.-puuin.uu cunuiuaic.
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Pekin Ignores Our
Ships At Amoy
PEKIN, China, Oct. 31. The nresence of the American wnnliim at
Amoy is practically ignored in official
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 31. The tesult of today's football games
amone the leading college teams were: Army 0, Princeton 0; Carlisle
16, Navy C.
Von Buelow Stays
BERLIN, Germany ,0ct. 31. The Emperor has refused to accept
the resignation of Count von Buelow.
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SPERRY AT 0L0NGAP0
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 31. Admiral Spcrry's division of the Atlantic
Fleet arrived at Olongapo today. ,
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W ' 'ft iN
NO OTHER BOOT HAS AS MANY
A monster naradc of Rcnubliean Inn.
by" Vice Piciidentinl Candidate
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AllU AiCBIUUJIL MIV3 LI1UL II1H IlllP-
for Taft will fail in its object of tic
circles in tlur. cttv.
Trick Will Fail
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