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EVENING nULI.nTIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 190S.
lf''I'P "?? ftmrn-
i " 't
Woren Wire Mittresscs repaired at
alio Parlor) Honolulu lio Lied
Co, 12G0 Alapal St. Telephone
Umbrellas mide and re-covered.
Mlnitu, Tort near ICukiil.
Ycc Sing Kerf-Plumber rind Tinsmith,
Rmlth'St., bet. ilolot nnd Paunhl.
Dr. F. Schurman. Hours 5-7 p. m.
221 Hmnii Square 1083
$10.00 per month and upwards.
Tree Janitor Service.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
SuotJiing 8ivp p
Mi cn uict' for over 8JX1V fcH
YKAK8 br MILLIONS of Mulbirs .1
fnrihcu criU.UUlN vhlloThbrif. fel
nu. yua .pcrtoct aurcrw. it c-j
bOOTTII S the C111LI). SGP1UNU
tji OUMR. ALLAS till tiltn,
CURL) fwS."D COLli;, ntifi ii Ihl
F2j by IlrugKlju la
E3 worlJ. Ho buru
E3 WinslowM booth
U-j no oiLer Uad. :
i la cv
ory irt of tho BD
1 WorM. lt hurt, nnil iiav fcr Y. fcT-
r--3 IVinstivir'jl honthfofr flvri.nfiiirf fit. a rl
U--3 Tin ctLcr Uad. 2 Cents a &JttW. rr
NEW ASSORTMENT OF '
Either, With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
XOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. i 002 NUUANU.
v OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Sheet :: :: :: Honolulu.!
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QULXN STS.
Buuiboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing n Specialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity 'aiid dc
scrintion made to order. Eciler uorlr
mid nnrrTTjn ptpvq tr irn'miin. I
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re-
pairs executed at shortest notice.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD. '
Dealers In FERTILIZERS suitable I
for all crops, climatio and soil con
dition?. OFFICE Brewer Buildint?. Hono
lulu: Tel. 272. ,
TACTORY at Iwilei: Tel. 430.
The latest and lamest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather I
postcards in Hawaiian Vietvs, Flow
ers and Fruits, at I
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakca St., bet, Kinp: and Merchant
AND OTHi.1! PIAfOS
THAYER PIANO CO.
1C3 HOTKL BTltKKT.
PIANO AND OROAN.
James Sheridan Pianoforte Mnkcr
mitt Timor. 102 Hutu! Ht. or Ha-
wnllin Nona Co, iw sale, very
cheap, slightly used, lull Grand
Decker t'lnno, Aeolian Organs and
Uprlsht IMnuos, guiranteed.
Prof. N. II. Lewis, 1462 Emma St.,'!""' """ oiuie Loiuimucc on
a ... . .' I IllldfUtnl.! Itrl tVm nil nnmiitnH-1,,
leacnor ni rnno nnu urgan. urau-
unto of llobton Conservatory.
Tor houc-lclp, phone White 2801,
Maklkl. General Kmplojmont Of
fice, ror. I'ensacoln and Ucrctnnln.
BTT-"For Sale" card at Dulle'.ln.
Aroyou easily tired?
Is your M'otk a
Jmrdon? Do you
of tin feel weak
and faint? Ta
your .ippolito poor?
Aro you easily dis
couraged? If bo, your
nervous system is weak
ened, jour blood is impure;
and serious illness is not far
was mado for just such cases.
When tho Mood ij impuro
tho wlioh' nervous system ho
comes poisoned. It is im
possible to thiow oil that
terrihlo fooling of deptession,
and there is no ambition to.,
work. Aycr's S r.s ip.trilhi
will purify, vitalize, ami cn
lieh your blood, and life will
again bo woi Hi living.
.Is tmli' Httitlc, Aycr'n Sama
larllla conl.tln.i iio alcohol,
Thero aro many imitation
Bo suro you got "Aycr's."
taptr.Jty Df I C Atr.rCo, leull, fill.. U.5.A.
Will lio paid for Inform illim loading
to tho illfrotciy of tliu ii"iM)ii win)
liruUi ono of nur lirRirpI do glusn will'
iIowh wiuo Hum Ijotuurii Hiitiird'iy
lmuIiii; ami Monday jiiuiuIuk
l. i). itnnn k co . ltd.
it, i ,t
Crototen U a Coon to Atlhmatlc.
Jiikb It uot tucnt iitiMMliobithlii m
renn-J ftr H.i if H tin.tHnr urnn tl an
ia..iiab.ii i.BavunaiB tl t air. r)nJrtc
trojlr antlatptlc, It orrtd ur Ui dioid
L...r. ?.'!), ...r hrats. arltltia' croUnxrd and
ft iwrnant ln-liiint. Xt U MTliwbto to inothT
wuli mail Milklttn.
Tli"o of a 1M
will lii4 lioiaedlM relief
(rsMU Cotiff Vt tttflamtd
UunUUin vt lh thro.
Atmrt tostal fer tit
It) Tiiltjn Mtrwl,
Bulletin Basinesi Office Theme 256.
Eulletln Editorial llcom riioue 185.
" Vinj mv
a "Moiluls mi an intilt
H IllKliost IIWUlll CIllC.IRO
y 1l.'j:i; l'ail 1!I00; Rt Louis
I liiiil; Nuw Orletrs ISS3.
j I V. C. PEACOCK & C0 Ltd.
1 Sole Agents
i m "taMiil!
rr.t.u .1,. 1R7Q1
IB j& fJWlP JiaM
Hawaii's Friend Beset
With Many Foes
1)KS MOINKS, In, Oct. 9 -Co!.
William Peters Hepburn, member oC
Hie House from the ICIglith low a DIs- I
"""'"" "" " v,u...,..-...t,
nnu one or tne most conspicuous ng-
lues on tlic Itepubllcan side in tl.o
lower body of Congress, linn a Hro
and arlcgutotl ns'ortiucnt of trouble
on Ills hands. It Is tulKcd III both
Republican nnd Democratic clrck'i
Hint Col, Hepburn may meet Ills Wa
terloo in tills campaign.
A dose struggle Is now on in tho
district nnd while Col. Hepburn In
itcent caia has been plcitcd by 3ub-
Ktantljl pluialltlcs, ho Is now hard
pressed nnd it Is icgardcd hern nd
icrtaln that It ho escapes actual de
feat lie will at moit find himself up
turned to Congress by n narrow mar
Klii. thitll latch, It hag been geneially
supposed that Colonel Hcpjiurn "a-i
bifc. Now it Is admitted 1)5 tho Re
publican leaders here that Hie Hlglilli
illstrkt Is cno of tho weak bpots of
Iowa, so fur as tlio Congressional
tlcl.ot Is roiiLciued. It mnv be .'-
pc-tol that the struggle of Repic-en-t.itlio
Hepburn to sae himself fion
defeat will attract national uotlie for
tho lcaron that he Is piomincnc bc
omusij of his committee position in
umnectlim with all subjects of rail
load nnd commerce legislation.
Factional Strife '
The dangori.us position in which
Colonel Ilojilniin finds lilnibclf h in
t-ome degreo un outgrowth of tho
protriicted factional war that lia3
laged fin j cars In Iowa between (he
Cummins and the antl-Cummlni
forces or tho piocrcsslvcs and tho
standpnttciH. One of thn first ie
suits or tho rrowth of tho progrcs
kIo movement was to force ont of
Congress Colonel DaUd II, HcmlCi1
win, former Spc.iltcr of tho llnutu.
long liepn Kcntathc fiom the, Tlilnl
ttlstrlct. Tills was followed bv tho
defeat ut tun polls two cars ago of
Majoi John P. Lacc, who had long
icprthptited the Sixth district In thn
llouso. Then came tbo ictlrement of
lleineselitatho Cousins, of tlio l'lllh
dlstrlit, and Kupiesentatlve lllrilKall,
of the Til lid district, both of wliu.n,
and p.ti tlcularlj Cousins, were op
posed by the progressives. In the
pi Imurles of the Scienth district a
few months ago Represcntathe Hull
nanowly escaped being beaten n
lirge uliaio of the progressives of tlio
dlstilct turning against lilm. Now
Colonel Hepburn Is In Jcnpanly.
Raihond Rate Champion
About the time the light began in
Congicss for rnllroid rnto leglslatlor,
lit prcspuluthe Hepburn was fieely
tharged l his opponcntH In the ill
liltt and In tho Statu with helm.' it
lallriinl Kjinintliler. Iown bctamo
n center of .igltatlun for tho Gmeiu-
incut regulation of rates. Tho noli
tlmciit for such legislation Siw
Urong In his district, and It wna not
lung until Colonel Hepburn became
one of tho active champions of lnit
load rnto legislation nnd one of tho
closest nthiscrs of the President on
the Mibject. Ills (ouiho, howovor,
has not bened outlrely to still the op
position of tho ladlcal Kepubllcuiiti.
They feel that In most of the contests
the) liaw had In tho State Colonel
Hepburn has ranged himself on the
Mile of the standpatters ami hns sel
dom overlooked nn opportunity to
down tlio Cummins movement. Ii is
truo that In the lecent Alllton-Cum-mlns
coutcat, Colonel Hepburn as'iuin
cd piattluil!) a ucuti.il attitude, but
this bus not scivtd ti iciuovo tho blt
tci ftollugs of a good many of the
radical membcis of his pint).
Has a Lively Fos
Tho Dcniotiatlc nominee foi the
limine In the Hlfbtb district Is State
Senator W. 1. Jamlcson, editor of the
Shenandoali World, a joung mini of
full nbillty and much eneigj. Jani-
leson Is making a caioful canvass of
i the entile dlstilct, speaking lu cui,y
touiil) and township, u far us po- as of gold nnd hllvcr tissue, that hro
slble. Colonel Hepburn is also on tl.OiUbed as tho bordering of a train, tho
fctunip, but ho Is now piesslng haul
on the ubo of 7C and Is not able tl
go at his poltltal foes lu tho lui i-iiier-and-tongs
fashion that ho did in
lis ) nunger and haulier da) a.
In (he Seventh district Ilcpicsonti
tlvo Hull will lio returned without
quest Ion, iiitbnugh ho Is encouutoi
lug ttrong opposition from orgnii.z"d
ltlltM 1,1 1u Civil. .11.., -I. !.... ..
...uw. ... ,v ,,,a,ii fiiDiiti; Llieill IS
ii tloso contest between N. II. Ktiir
,d.ill, who has been Speaker of the
House ii tho lowa l.oglalatme, and
1 1) V Hiunlltim. Mr. Hnmlltoa Is
now the Democintlo member of Con
gicss rrom tho Sixth District. 'Ihc
mliiei voto In this dlstikt.ls heavv
PILCS CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
' PAZO OINTMENT is cuarantcetl i"""m "m ""'".yei smiiiu. uu
to cure any case of Itching. Wind f'" ,A hn"1""'? '"i"'10',' vVm'1 ," 't
Hleidinu or Pwtrudlng Piles in 0 to M"'""'KI'';"" '""' "" "" "f
, .,,,. , , , ,, , . ncconipllshmoiit
i ) days or money refunded Made bv
1'R1S Mi:i3IClNi: CO , Saint I.ouls,
V S. of A. '
nnd tho district Is nlvvajs close.,
Both Bides aro predicting victory, and
It is nnjbodj's fight.
Fights in Districts
The I'lrBt nnd Second lowa Con
gresalonal districts arc also closo and
doubtful. Tho Hcpubllcans are In
danger of losing both these dlstrRti ,
llepresentatlve Kennedy has been re
nominated by the Republicans in tho
ITrst district, the one In which Pur-1
llngtnn is located. Ho Is oppose! by
Oeorgo S. Trney, whom he narrowly
defeated two yenis ngo. Tho Seeoutl
district, the Davenport district, U
now represented by Albert V Din son
acting Republican whip of the II nieu
tho cloe of Inst session and piouii
ucnt on the HoiwoNavnl Affairs I'ini
mlttee. This district Is nlvajs a
doubtful one. Mr. Dawson Is oppos
ed bj MarklA. Wnlsh of Clinton, n
man of considerable wealth ami a
disposition to maUo an active cam
paign, Diwsou, who is joung .nil
nn organizer of much cnpntlts, has
been successful in twice can j lug tlio
ilistiict, and may Jiull through this
time bj reason of his abllltv In m
ganlzntion. This district, liowe o ,
along with the I'irst, Sixth, and
down as doubtful, and districts In
which tho Democrats have stroi'g
hopes of 'winning. The lenmlnlns
Iown districts nie consldcied safclv
Republican, although there Is .no
Itepubllcan disaffection In the I'lftli,
or Cedar Rapids district, the ono now
rcprcsenicii o) uousins gnu m mni ii
James Good, of Cedar Rapids, h tho
Orrinc -Destroys the Craving for
Drink Cure Effected or
It was formerly custoinar) for tlio
habitual drlukrr to tnko the pledge
regulaily, sonietlmes onco a scar and
sometimes In every fit of icmorn that
followed his debauches, and then
Hut now It Is gradually dawning on I
n ii nal.l 4 tint nlnilvnn ili mil ullill
tho world that pledges do not stup
drunkenness. When a man tal es u
pledge voluntarily, ho expects to ktep
It. Kvery man expects to keep his
word nnd ovcry bioken pledge tobts
the drunkard many n heartache. Hut
ho cannot help It. Jlo fights as long
as he can, then succumbs to tin crav
ing. The nervous ) stent of the habit
ual drinker Is diseased, ami he must
havo treatment that will curu this con
ditlon, Orrlno is sold under a positive
guaranleo to euro tho drink habit or
the mono)' will. bo rofnutlod No other
treatment for tho llipior"luMt Is sold
under such n llbei.u guarantee
Oirlm Is prepared In'tWo forms: No.
1 a powdoi, iwrfectly tnxtc-lebs niitt col
orlcss, which can bo given mcrctly lu
nnv food or drink. Orrlnn No. 2 Is In
pill form, for those who wlUi lu bu
cured of tho habit, ami It shoull bo
taken by every ono who sweais on".
No matter which form of Orrlno Is
used tho guarantee Is the same. Tho
prlco of Onino Is 11 pr box, mailed
lu plain Boated wrapper upm lecelpt
of prlco. Wiito for flee biKiklet oil
"How to Cure Drunkenness," (mailed
in plain scaled envelope) b The Or
rlno Co , Washington, D C Orrlno Is
Bold by Honolulu Drug Co. Tint street
BORAX HELPS KEEP
AN ICE BOX CLEAN
Umax is nn invaluable aid to tho
woman who wishes to keep her lie
box clean. It Is especially tlosliablo
for uao In small rcfilgeiaturu whciy
littlq food is kept, but tlio Iro Is on
baud tnoro for the purpose of jire
Ecnlng butter and milk and keeping
bottled waters tool, but it Is excel
lent for all ice boxes.
Cold water with plent) of pine
boiax, Is prcfoiablo to hot water to
use lu willing off tho walls of tho ie
filgoiator. It doesn't heat tho box,
nnd, being a germ killer, it purines
ever) thing It tout lies. It may also
be put In tho loiners of tho refriger
ate)!.. Its best line o( all Is perhaps in
keeping the icccptatlo foi thn Ico It
r.elf and tho tuitlct tubo lu nuru and
Biinitaiy condition. It may bo
iprlnkhd fieolv over the bottom ot
the Ico box proper, und oft the rack
holding the Ice.
FOR EVENING GOWNS
I hero la a very elegant mode of
dccointlon, tn-wlt: tho traits and res-
i toons of flowers and foliage nil mado
of taffetas, velvet, and satin, an welt
heulllig of rt lace llounco tlr thn edg
ing of a panel.
Debutantes urn having their
drcnscK trimmed In tho llnwor festoon
manner, and i cry beautiful and
original effect ii secured by tho uso
of Bllvei of two nualltlcs, ono bill-
llaut, and tlio olhei fiosted.
Such oiuameiitatloii glitters hplen
tlidly, Uoklng lu soma lights like u
mlMuie of gold and silver,
IS EASILY PUT ON
Tho puhular soutathc In aiding Is
put on olthci In tho simple back
stitch by hand or on itlio michlnti.
The foimoi is the daintier, of rniiisc,
and tho design grows rapidly oven
uiidor mil) moderate!) skillful flu-
gaaf BULLETIN ADS PAY -flKJ
i m di
Orgnniodislurhances of the femin
ine system net like a ilrebrnntl on
thonervos of v, omen, often driving
turm fairly frantic,
A nervous. Irritable woman is a
source of misery not only to herself,
but to all tboso who come under her
iullucnce. Tliat such conditions can
bo entirely oereoino by taking
is proven by the follow inp letters.
J(rS- jIary Vood) of cltiana,
xeini, AViite.s to Jirs. rinicunm:
"I bud the worst form of 'female
troubles and my nerves were all" torn
to pieces ; Minetime I suffered so much
that it seemed as though I could not live.
" I began to tnko Lydla K. l'lnk
ham's Vegetable Compound and now I
feel like a different person. Your mcdl
cimi Isworth its weight In gold, and I
cannot r-a.v enough for your atlvUce."
AlrH. Wallace Wilson, Thompson
rille, Conn.. Elites to Sirs. Pinkliam :
" 1 was ail run down, nervous, and
could not rest nights. Doctors failed
to help me. L.vdla K. Plnkham's Vege
table Compound restored me to perfect
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. link,
hnmg Vegetable Compound, made
.v f - .
from roots ana nerus, nas ocen tne
standard remedy for femalo libs
and lias positively cured thousands oi
women ho liavo lieen troubled with
tlisplacoinontR, In llatninntlon, ulcera
tion, irregularities, periodic pains,
backache. Why don't you try it ?
Mrs. Pinklmtn Invites all (tick
women to wrlto Iier for ntlvlce.
film has friilik'tt tlioiiKnmls to
ho.iltli. Address, Lynn, Mom. ,
flei nil I here Is nulh
Inr more milixf.vlni; or
hiiililirul than n Julty
lib mist lof guided
Ik if looked on a Gas
Slute No fuel will
gi t tho meat to the tr
ail point of peifectlon.
Mi it tnoKul on inf
illing but giiH wilt not
insti us well o- i.uvo
as well. Do )oit tone
Orders received today
Young Bld(,'.,Bishop St.
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAHS1.S0 A DAY UP
iHERICAN PUN S3.00 A DAY UP
' A new down town hotel. Steil ind
btlok structure. Furnished it 1 coil ot
$150,000. Em comfort ind content
enee, On car lines trutferrlnz to ill
parts ot cllj, Omnibus meets ilt'tnlni
ind ilestners. w.
Now recognized tis Hawaii
an Island Headquarters.
Cable' Address "TRAWETS."
I v Hi3 U far iiniiatrrfr
ril im e Tiflminali
i .ie. u' aiailA
rhiw ' H
Irrl'tBl '') .
udaiX5x M en, ui ui iu ivnu t
m s0' mm
Advertisement! Under this Heading
On Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertliementa Inierted for Lest Than
German womnn to cook nnd do laun
dry work for family; wages $30. 00
per month. Address Joseph Ha),
i Hauula, Onliu. 4110-lw
A bright, wr'i appearing boy, to
clerk In pholo nnd nrt store; per
manent posP.i'cn. .Vpply Gui-rcy d
Co, Ltd. 4H3-1W
II) a young lady, position as assist.
ant bookkeeper or other office or
store work. Address "II. I) ," this
Qerinan woman wishes position clt'l
er for care of children or as cook,
Address "S" this office.
Advanced Instiuctlon at home. In
Gregg s) stem rhortband. Addrcbs
"Rev," Uullctin oince. 1142-tf
Wagon with removable top, also sin
gle harness. Inquire Wells, I'argo
& Co.'s office. 4143-.it
Poaltion by axpert bookkeeper and
statistician. Addrtss "J. O. 11.,"
Bulletin ofllce. 409t-t(J
Second-hand at-to desk: aaust b
reasoiable. Address "L.P.," this,
A second-hand showcase, about 6x2x1
feet. Address with price "T .," this
A baby carrlag.
and price to "J,
K.," Bulletin of-
Clean wiping rags at the BulUtln of-
An Intelligent man wishes position
either as a coachman or ulglit
watchman. Address "!'," Ilulle-
t in oince. un;-3t
Young lady wlshts position na .'
saltslad) lu btorc. Address "v
II," llulletln ofllce. 4UC-3t
Position as geaaral blacksmith; .!5
5 ears plantation experience; horse
shoeing - specialty; satisfaction
guaranteed. Addiess ''II. P.," this
Ily an experienced American carpen
ter who has been on tin Islands 21
jcrs and who has had 20 years'
experience on plantations. Address
"II," this one. 4126-tf
Ono or two looms, with or without
board. Apply "H ," this oCflco.
Uiifurnlshotl Uesldcnco, 10 roomn,
electric llghlu, hot wntir stove, ser
Mints' cottage; on Kalakaui Ave
nue, 1923, Wulklkl; opposite ear
' lino and 1G mlnutis to town; $20
month. Apply Ml. Roe, 1929 Wiil-
Illl Oct: 29, 31; Nov. lr3, 7, 10.
HoiiBe,2 Btnries, G rooms, 1415 Alapal
near Quarry alt.; $18, water In
cluded;' modern Improvements.
Two furnlehed rooms. Apply Mrs,
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
I'lirnlslieil house, 1713 Tleacb Road
Apply on premises. 4007-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
ii'owly furnished rooms with or with
out board. 10I9-G0 Ilerctanla St
Last Sunday from tho neighborhood
of Kninehamcha Sihool, ono oi rel
mine, blunt tall, bla7o face, un
shod Return to 180 S. King St.
nnd receive reward. IHC. If
Two photographs of a joung girl.
On King street, between Alakca,
anil Sheridan streets. Finder
I plcabo communicate with llulletln
A dragon-fly pfn containing opal and
emeralds. Reward on return to
this office. 4141-tf
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the hest engraving
and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast end is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printine of every kind.
Also prices and samples of ,the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart fuuotioru.
' Advertisement Under this Heading
On Cant Par Word Each Day. No Ad
vtrtlscments Inserted for Lett Than
A valuable 'collection of stamps. TW
collection Ja the property of th
widow of Hie late II. W. Bowen..
and is the result of his affort n
many years ot labor; they can be
seen at the. Hawaiian Nawa Co..
Young building. 3911-tt
Fine corner lot In Maktkl.' Curbing.,
is iter, trutt and ornanxental trees
and all ImproremenU. Two nln-
' utes' walk from cars and Punaboui
' College. Address R. r., this, office.
Automobile, S passenger Queen; in
good order. I. 1. Mlchlsteln, 21M
N. King St.; phone .'82.
Collie pups, from pedigreed sUrk.
Price from $10 to 20; femalo $10.
Homer's Ranch. 4110-Lf
Cheap Stable, In
Empty sacks, tub', and bottles. M.
Mcshlma, Kort near Kukul,
GO, 000 acres of land In Konn, IlawalL.
Address S. Norrls, Knhuku. r
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
L. L. McCANDLESS
F. R. HABVEY
H. T. MOORE
E. M. WATSON
W. A. HALL
v Fifth Diatrlct
W. X: AIUAKEHAU
EDWARD' L. LDZE
JOSEPH J. FERN
H. N. CRA1BE
JOSEPH U. KUHIA
W. H. UfCLELLAN
J. K. PAELE
A. V. PETERS
M. E. SUVA
CITY AND COUNTY.8HERIFF
WM. PAUL JAKRETT
CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR
J. C. ANDERSON
CITY AND COUNTY CLERK
GEORGE K. LOWE
CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY
W. S. EDING8
CITY AND COUNTY TREASURER
R. H. TRENT
DEPUTY SHERIFF, HONOLULU
CHAS. H. ROSE
DEPUTY 3HERIFF. EWA
JOSEPH H. MAKANANI Jr.
DEPUTY SHERIFF. WAIANAE
R. L. GTLLTLAND
DEPUTY SHERIFF. WAIALUA
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A pair of shoes that wears- J
long and keeps its shape '
A shipment-of up to date
Tan Shoes for ladies was re
ceived per last S. S. Ala
meda. L AYAifsHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KINQ-ST.
WnrrantB chn-ijliig nssault with In
tent to kill hae been sworn out
against threo citizens ot Old Hlple).
In llond Count . Illinois, as the re-
Built of a fight with cltUcns of Ornnt
roik, a nclgliboilng village, the cul
mination of a feud between tliu two
towns, which stirtcd. at u plonk U
i -a, . ,
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.