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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. t!., TUESDAY, NOV. 3, 190S.
Ill t& Hilt 1
Oceanic Second Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Aloha Temple Special.
All tUUIhc members of the
Order arc cordially Invited t.
attend mocllnfs of local loJf.ee
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday .vetting nt
7:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Uall, Tort ..
E. R. HENDRY, Sanitary
BEN. T. VICKERS, N. Q
All vliltlne brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets orery 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each mouth at 7:30 p. m. at IC. P.
Ilnll, corner Tort and Deretanla, Sts.
Visiting Ilrothera cordially waltojje
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDRON, E. of R. & 8.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every irst and third Fri
day evening at T:30 In K. of F. Uall,
corner Fcrt and Ileretanla. Ylilllng
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEERlNG, CO.,
JAS. V.'. W1I1TH, K.n.3.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, 3. P. 0. H.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. 0.
E., -will meet In their hall on Kins
near Fort Street every Trlday even
ing. Dy order of the E. It.:
HENRY C. n.VSTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. R.
v7m. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K..1T.
Moett every 2nd and 4tU Saturday
evonlng at 7.30 o'clock In K. el P.
Uall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Vlalt
lng brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. w. l. fiuze. c.o..
R. A. JAC0B8ON, K.R.8.
$ HONOLULU AEBIB 140, P. 0. B.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WD
NHSDAY evenings of each xaonta at
7: SO o'cloek In K. of P. Hall, corner
' Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aio Invited to at
tend. W. L. FIUZKH, VT., Preat.
H. T. MOOM, Saoy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBX No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Ttauri
' daye of each month at KnlghU of
Pythlae Hall. Visiting brothera cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. II. AULEIGH, Sachew.
A. E. MURPHY. O. of tt.
in i i m r
At All Watchdealws.
Agent for Hawaiian Islandi,
Cor. FORI and KING Sts.. Honolulu,
, EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
837 Be-ratanla St. Phoni 1401.
tf McTighe Favorite
fc The Best Whiskey on the Marki-L
, THOS. F. MeTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
, 101-105 KING ST.
, PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755)
r The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
pin an automobile is just the thine
I' Call up 200 38f or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
rEtc, Etc. All kinds .of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tf
Order. . .
All nf the appli
ances necessary to
enable one to keep
one's units In pro
per condition. We
liavo Nnll Filet,
Nail Powders, Or
nngo Wood Sticks,
nnd tho prepara
tions used by Man
polishers. Conio In
nnd look thorn
over without feel
ing that wo ex
pect jou to buy.
& Co., Ltd:
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
J. I. Silva's Store,
This sale aonlies onlv to ths main
store at Eleeie.
To make room for a ooniiomnumt
of goods now on the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be sold at
LESS T H'A W n 0 S T
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
BOOT" AND SHOES,
HATS' AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Fancy Wine and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
arc 10 or 15 per cent, cheaper,
but they last just 50 per cent,
as long- as
W. P. FULLER & CO.'S
And their cheapness shows
from the first day, and moie
and more every day.
Our Paint is superior in
quality to any other; we
guarantee it to give perfect
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: ZdO, 800, 1097, ...
If yon have a SmI want a Bul
letin Want Ad. will, fill it
Thurlow's fi a Ituuh or dinnar.
Oct your lunch at th New England
Bakery. Hotel street.
Especial notice In ro Arcs to clear
land appears In Dy Authority .column
On InstallmMtt olllpr month y.a
oan pureaaM a White Family Rotary
icvrlnx usaahla.. Benay C... Ltd.,
UuU, ISM Fort it Paoaa 411.
Try nil Owl flvc-cent cigar, you
smokers who have not smoked one.
It has tho flneBt flavor and quality. M.
A. Ounst & Co., Fort nnd King streets.
Mrs.' Kearns will have delicious
homemade mincemeat for thanksgiv
ing on sale nt all the leading grocery.
hourcs. Just as cheap ard twlco ns
nice, ns the Imported article.
Some psIntB are cheaper than W.
P Fuller & Co.'s Pure Prepared Paint,
but none Is so good. Cheap paints
are costly, for they soon peel and
crack Our paint does not. lowers
& Cooke, Ltd.
Reis & Quinn art now located -at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phona
189 Short runs 60o and $1.00 By
the hoar $8.00 SpocM rate for
shopping, and palling,.
(Continued from Past 1)
Fort of Bpllt nspect, nlthough It Is cer
tain thnt tho Delegato will walk away
with a great majority hero. Jack At
kinson nlso votes In tho Second of
tho Fourth nnd these two men havo
done considerable to maintain the
firmness of the ncupbllcnn vote. A
largo oto Is promised" here, for out
of 303 registered. 117 had cast their
otcs shortly after 11 o'clock this
The light in thIA precinct seems to
be altogether betwpen tho Ilepubllcans
and the Democrats, the Home Uulcrs
being nbBolutoly a minus quantity,
with tho odds, ns usual, In favor of
the 0. O. P. Tho tickets will bo split,
to be sure, to a certain extent, but
the general trend Is Ilepubllcan. Cnth
curt is receiving good support hero,
and his majority Is assured. The Sen
atorial ticket will probably be mixed.
John Lane and John Wise arc both In
favor In this precinct.
Third of the Fourth.
In this precinct, tho votes came In
slower this morning than ever before,
although this Is explainable by the
fact that so many business men who
reside here came down before voting.
At 11 o'clock only 87 votos out of 200
registered had cast their ballots. This
precinct Is rumored to be split up
more than any other In tho Fourth
DUtrtct. It Is the stronghold of tho
Civic Feds., or Is supposed to be. but
tho Republican votCTs are really In
John V. Cathcart voted here early
this morning, and he seemed to have
n large following. Hero, ns else
where, the sentiment seems to be
greatly In favor of him throughout
John Lane was rumored to havo car
ried almost every voto hero, and
Wise for Sheriff appeared to be In
Fourth of the Fourth.
One hundred and sixty-five voters
out of 335 registered had cost their
ballotB In this precinct before noon
today, and things seomed to point to
a Republican clean sweep, notwith
standing tho fact that "Admiral"
Oeorgo Deckley was on hand with his
special Hawaiian quintet club. In
most of tho precincts of tho Fourth
District, tho votes wore coming In
slowly, and there was no challenges
or disturbances, everything being re
"Admiral'" Deckley, candidate for
Treasurer on the Home Kule ticket,
created considerable interest In this
precinct. He was one of the early
voters, and ho took plenty of time In
marking- his- ballot: Hut something
must have been worrying tho "Ad
miral," for not'more than flvo minutes
aftor his tickets were dropped Into
tho box, he came rushing back with
tho startling Information, that he had
forgotten to vote for Treasurer.
"I want to voto again," said the
Admiral, "I forgot to voto for Treas
urer." Tho Admiral was gently, but firmly,
Informed that such1 could not bo.. Ho
had feast, hll ballot, and all.hts- further
balloting' must bo of tho straw variety.
iuu ruurin 01 mu rounn is me
homo precinct of Jlmmlo Dlcknell.
John Hughes, William Aylett, and
Norman Watklns, and these men apJ
peareu 10 nave tno ngnt kind of sup
port. Everything uolntcd to n
straight Republican vote here.
Fifth of the Fourth.
A "dyed-in-the-wool" Romibllcan
precinct Is the way tho Fifth of the
Fourth was described this morning, by
av,man who was-In a. position to
Jndgo. StinjKlit tickets woro tho ord
er' of thp morning, and plenty of them
thoro wcro too, for at 11:30, 157 vot
ers out of' tho- registered number of
3,16 had cast their ballots. The voting
was oono in the Thomas Square band
stand, and Captain Dcrgcr's strong
hold' was crowded almost from the
time tho polls opened until noon, n
uanaidato "lion" Shingle and E. A.
A Most iMtilMt AaaorttMat at
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PB0NE-W.
nra Ban rrmw nr xemr.
BOTH CLAIM VICTORY
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 2.- Republican Mnmigcr Hitchcock hns re
peated his prediction of n Republican victory. Ho claims thnt tho party
Will have 326 voles lu the Electoral College. Democratic Manager M'iclj
claims that the voting will result lu ghlng 333 Electoral College votes
Uoth party managers hnvo left for their homes to voto.
DEMOCRATS CLAIMNEW YORK'
Chairman Mack predicts that New York Stato will go Democratic to
morrow with a majority of 50,000. He also claims that tho majority of
the States legarded as doubtful will bo found In the Democratic column.
BRYAN'S OREAT HOPES
LINCOLN,, Neb., Nov. 2. llicro was n great demonstration heru to
night In honor, of William Jennings Ilryan.
Tho Democratic cnndldato mado n statement that ho bollovcd the
fight for hlsiefectlon had been won. He declared that the Republican
estimates of the election were unreliable and had been prepared fiom
TAFT FEELS CONFIDENT
YOUNQSTOWN, Ohio, Nov. 2. William H. Taft closed Mi campaign
here tonight, speaking, to lncrrasod crowds.' He departed utter tho
meetings for his homo In Cincinnati.
Ho made a statement, declaring that he was confident of his elec
tion by n big majority.
REPUBLICANS CLAIM CHICAGO
CHICAGO, III. Nov. 2. Tho Republicans nro claiming that Illinois
will give a Ilepubllcan majority of 0 0,000. flic Democrats contlnuo to
regard the result as still In doubt. ,
INDIANAPOLIS,' Ind., Nov. 2. Iloth parties claim a majority lu In
dlana, but the result of the voting tomorrow Is uncertain.
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 2, Tbo leaders of both pnrllcs claim victory
for their candidates tomorrow. Tho Republican predictions uro thnt tho
State will go Republican by 30,000. The Democrats claim a majority of
NEW YORK, N, Y Nov. 2. Lundenslager, the Republican Con
gressional Secretary, claims that the next CongicsH will contain 227 Re
publican members to 164 Democrats. I
TEDDY GOES TO VOTE
' WASHINGTON. I). C, Nov. 2. President Hoosovelt left today for
Oyster Uny, where he will voto tomorrow.
EXPECT GOOD WEATHER
WA8HINOTON, D. C, Nov. 2.--Reports received here from the vari
ous weather bureaus throughout tho country arc to the effect that tho
prospects for election day arc for f.iJr weather.
VICE CANDIDATES QUIT
TOLEDO, Ohio, Nov. 2. Dcmocrntlc Vice Presidential Cnndldato Kern
closed his campaign by holding FcrcrnI meetings in Ohio today. Ho left
for Ills homo tonight.
KINGSTON, N. Y.. Nov. 2. Sherman iiddrcfsed two meetings today,
bringing h,ls campaign to an end.
m i i e
TROOPS SUPPRESS RIOT
HONGKONG, China, Nov. 2. Troops had to lie called out today to
suppress the rioting which resulted from the demand or the ilassus that
the boycott against, the .lapaneac be continued.
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BIDS FOR SUBMARINES
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 2. Illds wcie opened by the Navy De
partment today for the construction of eight submarines.
INslNCOBf' MEYRICK W
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE
balance. They do not ride tip on one
side, op bind in the back, or pinch in front,
or sag away from the neck. lie. i for i.-,c.
CI.VKTT, rKABOOV fc COMPANY. Trni , X. V.
O. Long call the Fifth of the Fourth
"home," and they both appeared to bo
receiving, tho support which thry de
serve. All In all. this, precinct will
probably aggrcgato a greater Republi
can voto than any of tho othor pre
cincts in the district.
Sixth of the Fourth.
In spito of prophecies to tho con
trary, thw straight Republican ticket
seems to be holding- Its own in tho
Sixth. Dallotlng has been honvy and.
out of 407 voters registered, 206 had
past their ballot at 12:45 o'clock this
Compared with somo other precincts
of tho city, thero has been compara
tively llttlo splitting of tickets in tho
Sixth as far as can bo ostlmatcd. Tho
straight Republican ticket has boon
pretty generally voted and a largo
majority Bccms likely In the count-up.
Cathcart. and Kuhlo are both running
' Sam Khnnhclo established himself
on n soap box opposite tho polling
placo and spouted Democratic area-
ments to the world at large. For'onco
tho rostrum was deserted, howover.
nnci Bam nad to talk to ompty nlr. Ho
kopt It'up for several hours.
Seventh of the Fourth..
Split ticket votlnir hns been so L-pn.
eral In tho Sovcnth Product today
that It Is practically, impossible to
J'orm any OBtlmate as to the prascnt
Btatus of tho ballotinir thero. At 12
o'clock, a total of 1B9 ballots had been
cast out or a registration, of 333 and
the voters were still flocking In,
Tho Home Rule-Laborltes were evi
dently turning out in foroo and it
seems Hkoly that Fern's, standing, will
be materially affected by the ballots
cast for Achl. Cathcart seoms to bo
holding his own In tho Sevontu and
Kuhlo is considered absolutely safo.
cignin oi tne Fourth.
Tho Straight Hrlcnt mm, In tin .-..-
lug fairly well in tho Fourth, though
there Is evldontly a llttlo spllttlnii eo
Ing on. Fern Is pushing Lano hard, In
tho. Mayoralty contest, but Cathcart
seems ssfo as far as Indications god.
Thoto who uro watching the polls
hiuKuec) a lauuslldo ror Kuhlo, aa
AlcCandlesi supporters appear to bo
riio Ilepubllcan ttorkcia around tlio
Eighth headquarters havo been busy
all day. Charles Maim has been on
duty with n carriage, collecting tho
Fcattorpd voters nnd rushing them to
At 11 o'clock this morning, 103 otcs
had been cast. The total registered
strength of the pieclnet Is 283. Lit
tle excitement Is notlccnblo around
tho polling placo nnd much of tho
tlmci the Emma street band stand has
appeared practically deserted, except
lor the officials. It has been u case
of voto and depart.
Ninth of the Fourth.
At 111:50 o'clock this morning 132
votes had been enst In the Ninth Pre
cinct, out of a total registered
htrongth of 388. Tho Indications aro
that considerable splitting of tho tick
et Is being douo. Kuhlo will undoubt
edly win out bV' an ovcrwhelmlm- m.
jorlty. Lane and Fern apear to bo
running ncclcand neck In tho Major-
iuu mmicsi wun poBsiuiy a shudo of
tho advantage on Fern's side. Cath
cart seemB to le running strong und
there Is every indication that ho will
be victorious. ,
Voting began comparatively early
In the fitli.nml Mm vntea ni
their balloting In a buslncss-llko man
ner. Thoro was no;confuslon and no
misunderstanding of uny kind.' It Ib
believed thnt the Ninth will mako ono
of tho best showings In the city lu tho
number of votes cast.
Tenth of Fourth.
Hero 127 votes out of n total of 401
had bcon cast at 10:55 a, in In this
precinct the unlit lln, ,rn,...n...i
strulgbt tickets helnir iilm,t ,. ., .'
assnow lu June. Cathcart nulled a
looks brighter through a pair
of onr scientifically adjusted
A.N. Sanf ord,
OPTICIAN BOSTON BLDG.
i IB ' IB
To Taft In New York
The following was received by A. G. M. Robertson shortly after 1
o'clock this afternoon :
NEW YORK, Nov. 3, 1908.
Hon. A G. M. Robertson, Republican National Committeeman, Hono--lulu,
Partial returns' already received indicate Tnft will carry New York
by largepluarlity. FRANK H. HITCHCOCK.
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Tuesday. November 3.
OAVIOTA Anlved Nov. 2:
8p. I'nllr of Clyde, hence Oct. in.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhed Nov. 3.
S. 8. Alnmcda, 9 a. in., henco Oct.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov 3:
8. S. China, 2 p. in., for Honolulu,
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
The following a flee Is the List (it
Lights, Iluoys, nnd D.iymniks, 12l'.i
LlghtlioiiBo Suhdlstrlct, 1D0S:'
Hawaii im Km- it., .i-Mii tut.
and, page 12On or about Novem-
bcr 0, 1U0S, the following named
(hanges will lie mado 111 the color
...... .....u-.n . .., UU,KU , ,
Illondc Reef Southerly End lluoy(
5, n black 2cf-uI.inB can. The mini-
bcr of this buoy will be changed vy
Coeoanut Inland Reef Iluoy 2, a'
red 2d-class spar, recently establish -
en 10 niarit a iock io hip west oi i;o-B, o, Sutherland, Mr. rt-i 1 Mr. F. If
lonnut Island. This buoy will ba t Newell, Mia. Augustus Kiiudsen, Mrs.
painted black, and the number. Column,
changed to "." " I Btmr. Mnun.i Ken, Freciniin. for Iln-
Cocciiiut Isiand Reef Iluoy 2, J?""' 'ii'V".! ,l"T.Ar.1",",1' !','!"'
, , , , . . linril, w It. Castle, A. U Jildd, Miss
red 2d-clas nun. The nitmber of,,,,., AlIHtln Uc,,lf(,I(Ii K.
this buoy, recently changed to 4, will , Langer, .Mrs. Harriet K.'llapal. MIhk
be icstorcd to lis original number Ivj Rlchnnlsoii, W. It. Yiiu. 1. II. Ken-
"2." i nedy, W. .Iiinicxnn mid lfe. M. V.
IJy older of the Lighthouse Hoard. ''"",1"pr- W- -- Kinney. Mrs. 1'. II. Mc-
TWI-YllMl P Mfl'JlN
Lt. Comilr., P. S. N., Asat. to Hie
IliBpectur ,12th L. II. Dial.
stiong Hawaiian Mile. Jarrctt Is ex
pected to make a good Bhowlng In
this place owing to the Tact that bo Is
ii fiiMirlto with the Portuguese. Fern
also ran pictty Btrong, but otherwise
tho Republicans woro doing wt,n, ''l "fc. Mrs. J I). Paris. Jiidgo Stan
Sundnj (julnn was polling n very ""'' ,wl ? x','r'?, A'"-A A- Ml'
large vole, and the hard work which K"n,.an;1 wlf"'1 M.r8',K- "?;
Charlie Dooth has been doing f()r '''7 "'r. Mlkalinla. Tullctt for M(
Henrlqiies In this precinct should be11"",",: Navt, C P. m. J. Jackson, (J.
ghlng good leaultH for that .-mifll- i chitMiun. Alri.. A. Irmim
date. It was reported thnt n saloon ' . ', lP. p!!"r n Hull. Tlioinpsoii. for
owner had been doing boiiio streniiiniH "V"'. 'v. -1. p. m. It W. Stausaer.
n.irV l.on. ,.....!. ,u. !(.,. tl,. ..!,... .l.lj . A. KtlirilS. A. I .ill ll.lfll. Ml'S. E. C.
,,i .i ,.., -,....
moi nlng, mid thnt Watson was derlv
Ing Hiiino bcnellt fiom this.
Ninth of Fifth
Knllhl pumping stntlon. Out of
3Ci! registered votes lu this pioclnct
138 lind been eaat at 11:3(1 o clock
this morning. For Maor. Achl seem-1 Thirteenth of Fifth
ed to bo loading with IVm light be- tliln precinct I2H voles had been
hind him. Lano was doubtful. This rust at 10:35 u. in. out of a total of
was duo to tho fact thnt tho llcpub-, 29i, the iiniiiex of P. C. Jonos and Jan.
Ilcan runnerH wero not nctlvo In lliolr! n0 i,nlng been milled today, as
work. Only Sol. MuKelona and Col.lu.y weio ubiieiit at tho legular tlmo
Knox watched tho Interest or the He. fr reglstrallmi
puhllcnn parly. For County Attor- Cathcart was' nwn lu the lead of
ney. lallicart was leading by n largo ,., t tho other candidates, a number
majority .The Ki!llil canij. pisii.lu r Democrats M-rnlrhliiK their tlrltets
o; solid for hlin.f ...r Sheilff. .lar-'m 1, laxor. Manv of tlio Ijemner.ilrt
ictt wus leading th Holt Tor IVp-.wero also tutlng for Kuhlo. Willi rc
uty. Wlso may pull heller lato In tho g.uil to the test or tho olllres lb
afternoon. Iloiim Ruleis claimed Hint Deinoei.its were. Imuotcr, ilolng'bet
ilecMey waa doing well, bealjng his tor llniii could bo oxinm-Ip.!, allhougli
opponents by a stnnll margin, llnglies,) tho Rei.ubllcnns will piob.ibly show
I'ooihw nad Sunday Qiilnn ufo fa-. or- up slrouger later on Hi Iho day.
xu'r.8!:n i1-,8.'.. A fu""lr0 "' lM I,0"K l,mc ":,
i? ... . f ,' . I,r8- x,1,r' Atcbrrley, who mounleil
nro . ' ,, cna ,BC,"1 Il""Bl!- O"' f "ii box-Just outside the limit pro
.08 ballots registered. 1.18 wcro cast tcrlbed by law. held forth lu loud
nt 11: 15 o clock, liivorllns in tho tones against thu Itppiiblip.in puty
precincts weio Achl for .Mayor. Wlso ,1111.1 all that II stood Tor.
or Sheriff, Calhrart for County At- Fourteenth of Fifth.
ornoy mid Hnrvoy, llughim ntul Poo- Tlio polling place or this precinct
poo for senators. For Delegato to Is on Vlneynid stieet, Ew.i of Nun
Congicss Prlnco Cupid was loading ami slieam. "This Is a spllt-tlcket
ElevenihK0ofmtf"'pV;;h iMcclnct." said Chas. Clark, Krry
Eleventh of the Fifth. !,,,., was HiisplclouH of the other.
., , !)o l'rcc,ut:t J?s wo H'KlKtercil Nothing could be gotten out of thorn,
and U8 were cast at 11:10 o'clock, j Tlio Democratic runners weio miny
Luno started well when tho ballot ami conspicuous, For Mayor Achl
oox opened. Ho was soon pursued by was said to bo leading by u small m.ir
Achl ami Kern. At 10 o'cloek Achl. 'gin at 10:30. Fern came nuxt ti. 1.1m
according to somo, made a Jump and , and Lane last. The voters wero not
q?. , u ,,,y ll. H"lu" ""' I'm Hartleiilnily iuixIouh to talk about Iho
Seiinlors llroad, Sunday Qulnn,' Leglslatlvo candidates! John Hughes
ml ng together, j, Tlio oters wero r llttlo before 12 o'clock. Ilioad Blood
innL,? r'- ,?,,r JSItcrirr. Wlso was nt the lead with Harvey heco:i,l
SllOlCen of ns t IO iflUlir III. T.m.l i C:h,..,I, , ,k. iri,.i.
nili ""? f",","' ,lllK l"''Clct. with
Heckle) behind him. Ftir Supervisor,
i.,,7 u l! V.1.!1 Kl'" wero "I'lHloiie.l
.... .. .,h iiimi-iiii 10 jiiuge. The vol-
rmh,in!;rC n"ia'fl"J" ,c3il"'-'s''ll? their
opinion. Prlnco Cupid was an Inter-
nitcd spectator thoro at 12 o'clock
..... ...v,,, i lI10 uepuu can parts The Bett n?
was being looked aflcr by N. Kcrnan-1 NothlliiuHca.es the trend or an
Twelfth of the Fifth. - lection more than thu betting. n,lt.
This pieclnet was -.cry quiet Thero', 'f ',"'.'! '""i" la B,vlnK ",M in
me 107 otPis lm.u and 55 ballots f,lv'"' "r "'" wl",, "enublliMn tick
had been cast al ltirr.u. Ileio Slier- "' KlllI la granted a sine winner.
Iff laukcu wim 011 hand to bpp that bis C.Uhnut has odds of two and tluej
siipporteis dellveied the KlWft. Ho to one. John Hughes. Lam. nn.l
S3 " rilmie''MS """" weakSamUd';,';:; I'
was chilmed'to'b;, ,1,? A.. fy'"""8 """0 "ettlng.
had a rnlrlj good showing, but It was ' 9
not hulllileiit lu bent Achl. Had l.hno's Se& Wflnc Qlnn
supporters been on watch, Lano would ' Btt W r01lS, 1 UU
lino mado a good stmt. It Is expect-1 8-foot Motor LannMi tiil. a n 1
oil. however, that ,0 w, ,..,, M' I Votor17? P i".1 4CyCle
IioncnlB this nfteriioon WltH and rrtrr. ,,?l?517a' Craolete.
Cathcart a,o evidently all rtel t TIIE CH,ffi? WALKERS. BOAT
Tho oioih did not discuss Iho Sena-1 AND MACHINE WORKS
tonal and LeslslalUo tickets much. I King St. opposite South St.
Tuesday. Nnvemliri .!.
M N S. 8. Lurllno, Wecdoii, hit Kan
l'rnni'lsro, III a. in.
I Stmr Manna Liu. Slmcrh'i.i, fur
lb-nil, ,2 in.
' Stmr. Mlkahala. Phllllpii, (or Jlolo
l;al, 5 p. in.
Stmr. W. 11. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai. 5 p in.
Htinr. Maul, Itriiliu, for MaliukniiJ,
1 p .m.
Stmr, Iwal.uil, Self, for Houoknn, 5
ii p. .in.
J"1"!"- NwM"' "". fr Anal.ola.
,,cr M N Sr H ,n ,,r(, fop Wil()
IVsnclseo, 10 n. m. Miss Maiy I).
Clark, E. J. Lord and -ve, K. C
Thompum, Jflss (lurtrudc Mcl'ati-i,
Mw. C It. Colllnn, Mrs. T 11. llpliim .
MIpk O. Mnlscloy. Mlii T. II. Peter
son, Mra. r. h. Kay. Mre. . i. iionii"
i Mis. Dodd. MIsi Dodil
(lo l.artlgu'cfsilrs Herllm'namp.' Mlv
,.uiiui, ...r, iitiiii.ii.vii., njiui niniill,
P. Gollnaky, M. Ross ami wife. It. J.
Illicitly, Mis, Penhallow nmt 2 ihll
ilii'ii, E. Olbbs, 1). K. Egueli, J. H. Mo
Aniiny ami wf, John Ilnckctt.
Per stmr .Milium Lon, Slmerson. ror
Kon:i, Nin. 3, 100S, 12 noon. It. C.
Searle, Mrs. 8. Knnumoani. Mis. Kn-
whIIku, O, (, Kinney, E. V. Siiltun. 0.
W. Arhford. .Mrs. E. Naanao. (5. I). Hell
, Wagner. A. 1 Knuilscu. Mrs. .1. K.
For treasurer, vim Holt anil llerkley
were pulling liisullier. 'Imil waa out
..Aula park biukHt.i be K
placo of this precinct. Acciudlug to
those pipar.nt, It seemed as If the
DemociatH weio leading In. -this
clnct. Fein was tho r.ioill
Mii.mii- with Jnrrclt ror SbeilH'
Holt lor Deput) Sheriff.
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