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GUARANTEED UflDER NATIONAL PURE F000 ACT.
Americas Finest production
Lovejoy fc Co., Sole Agents
Komo thought His Rights
' Were Being Trampled
Komo was Jutt a plain, unvar
nished drunk wliu raced Judge I,y-
mer at this mornliic'tt session of po
II court. IIh illj not deny tlio
soft Impeachment when lite usual
chnrE' Waft read, llaii ho let tho
matter go at tint, all might bate
It wii when Judge I.ymer on
doavorod to find out wlieio tho stlm
ulntlug waters li.itl been tecurcd tli.lt
n small cloud not larger than a
man's hand loomed up over the hor
izon, and before lie had finished Ills
talk wllh tho court, tint prisoner
made tho painful dlseoery that'lio
had drawn down, a" maximum sen
tence. Komo refused to dlvulgo the
Eourco of his supply of fermented
and liquid Joyousne&s. He practi
cally Insinuated that' It was no one's
business whero ho bought the font
of bacchanalian hllsy This appar
ently nettled his chances for secur
ing n modest ponnlty, hud after de
livering himself of a few more flip
pant remarks Komo wn.1 persuaded
to accompany the Jallera to the dun
geons and tlioiuo to n pro'onged
Hay of three mouths at Hotel As he.
Compounds and Applications
' Occupy Consideration
FERN WILL MAI
At tho mooting of tho Board of
l.lqnnr License Commissioners jeitor
da' Afternoon the problem of 'com
pounded liquors again came up for
consideration The latfol rule' pro
mulgated liv" the commission piovldcs
tliat all "typo" pr compounded liquors
smill bo marked with a la-go size red
label wllh black typo thereon, 'lutll-
j cVIng to tho purchaser Just what sort
of dopo bo Is receiving.
llonnnn Ynfltirtntni Tnlinoll rpl.Ortpd
that tho saloons v. ere, now selling
compo'iuils and tjpo lltiuors and that
Chairman Cooko declared that (lift
Hoard would see to It that Its regit
la'lons Wero full)' enforced In this reit-
1 Tho application of a Japanese firm
for n wholesale! Ilcenso nt Honoullull
was refiiHil,' the Hoard being opposed
to the granting of wholesale licenses
outside the city limits ,
1 It. I.. Peterson wanted n retail li
cense nt Wjlpahn but action was do
erred, ft protest being read from a
iiiimb?r of Walpahu peoplo.
I NO action was taken o-i tho applica
tion of K. Ono for a transfer of his
llcenso from Its present silo on Here
, Inula to tho building on llorctanlaond
I Kcknullke. Ono explained that ho
I would buy tho property If his applica
tion was granted.
WINS ON MAI
(Continued from Face 1.)
previous time, and what fur? What Is
tho word sent out? Why that tho
country Is preparing for w.ir ullli the
United Stater and this money In urg
cutty needed for fortification and for
tho building of n navy"
This sentiment, according to Mr
Trtsrcl, Ik found throughout tho l'.m !
plro from the highest people to tho
lowest ricksha coolie or fanner w.i) I
out In the country who known nut
where tho United States Is or of how
many persons it is contused I
"This may bo n bluff of Ihoso lu J
power to get money from tlo com
mon peoplo," said Mr Trlssel, "hut If
It Is thev baotot to nnko good with
their war or do'n tall lot of explain
ing to tell tholr cauntrincn why
thfro was nowar after mulcting them
of "money Tor yoarJ'to buldl n nay.
It looks like the real thing, howoer.
'Just look nt tho nanl program of
Janan today." said he. "what are tho
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DE VIELLO CANINE
" RILED NEIGHBORS
(Continued from Fa (re 1.)
derslood to have udv!ied the letcn
Hon of Wilson.
However, it is known that some
of the men under Wilton are due to
git their wnlkliig-papeis. In lino
with tho Democratic pulley of clean
Ing out the Republicans lu the toad
department and putting In good
woikeru for the Hum lion itaiiko, tov
ernl einp oyes v ho did hot manifest
enough zeal to suit the Democratic
uunngers in tho lato campaign will
he advised that their services can
bo dispensed with.
City Heads f.Stay. '
I 'cm Intends to keep the heads
of the lire department, city and
county engineer's ottlce and city and
county electrician's omto as they
1110. Tire Chief Thurstun, It Is prac
tically certain, will not he displaced;
Do Mel!o, n member of tho local
Spanls'h colnnv. finds himself nn In
voluntary dweller nt tho city station
owing, cb It Is alleged In the com
plaint, that lie possesses a dog that
has proved 11 menace to peace, happi
ness and safety of his neighbors.
He Medio nnd his dog rcsldo at
I'auna. Tho animal Is said to have
developed cannibalistic tendencies.
Complaints have fallen upon tho alert
oars of Sheriff Jarrttt's men and tho
owner Ins been brought to book.
1 ASSAULT ON A LITTLE GIRL.
Yamaphlro, a Japanese woman has
been plaeod under arrest charged
wl'h assault and battery upon a little
girl, who Is tho ward of Kalclaloha, a
Hall was forthcoming and tho Jap
anese was released Tho caso nny
coniu up for hearing at Mondaj's ses
sion or tho polico court.
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McCleKan Out of Tune.
Altltiigli AKCIoll.tn Is tho only
Republican County Ticket
Sweep Valley Isle from
Top to Bottom. j
Detailed election returns received
In Honolulu today from Maul shov
what a sweeping victory was won
li) Republicans. Only one Demo.
ii ntlc candidate on the county tick
et was successful, the lone Hourbon
being T. II. Lyons, who wns named
siipenlEor. The totnl oto received
by the various county candidates Is
us following, the successful ones be
ing marked "":
DIM.KOATR TO CONOUCSS.
J. K. Knlanlanaolo (It.).... IGlfi
I.. McCaudless (D.) 473
C. K. Notify (II. II.) 310
W. J. Coelho (Ind.) 1077
C. I.. Kookco (1L It.) VIZ
I'lilllp I'all (R.) tsna,
fieo. P. Cooke (11.)
Antone Do llego (D.) ....
J K. Hlhlo (I).)
S. P. Kunl (I).)
J. Knwaukon (It.) ....
JSmnuel Kellluoi (It.) ....
Sam Kilula (D.)
A. II. Naono (D.)
Unht. J K. Nawahlno (I).)
A. V. Tavares (It.)
qdwurd Walaholo (It ) ...
Chas. Copp (D.)
YV. P. Hala (It.)
Wm. Honnlng (II.) .T. ...
Cro. Knuht (U )
J. 1C. Kahunaolaole (D)...
Chas. Lake (R.V
T. II. Ijgm (I).)
T. T. Meyer (It,)
Wm, P. rogue tit.)
Clement Crow ell (II) )23J
iienry c. Aiossmau 111.1 ,,
Wm. r. Kane (R.)
Morris K. Keohokalnlo (D.)
Chas. Wllrox (R )
D. II. Caso (It J 1121
A. N. Kepolkal (Ind.) 817
I. M. Ilnldwln (R.) H93
J. W. Rcoard (D ) 392
The sale of 191 i Packard cars during
the first quarter of the season exceed
ed the sale during the same pei;iod
last season just 80 per cent
ASK THE MAN WHO 0WN.QNE
fBI T" yp
Deliveries are oil a schedule. Selection of dates is I
y order of talcs
. 1 r. 0 1
grnidiv of the Japanese coast this tor
pedo boat program Is Interesting and
, tlgnlflcant ' '
j "If you look nt tho map you can seo
!'i"t the wlioto coastfof the country Is
Indented with Rmall'hays, Ideal Iddlng
or anchoring places ror torpouo nan
but fnr too small for ship of nny
slio IJko n cruiser or n battleship.
"With tho proper numhiT of loi
licdo ciaft concealed lnlheso small
bas tho JnpancRn could dash out nnd
easily destroy u Imslllo fleet steaming
nlo'ng their coasts."
We will be plcanul In gle jou
deinonctratluu. 1'itll line of ais in
tho new fore-door rtln rhown In
48-page catalog which may be had
011 request to .
Ham 111 - Young
Co.; Ltd., :''
veteran member of tho board now,
It Is not likely that ho will be baud'
Hero Is good for another term,' ed uny ilums In tho way of commit-
In the engineer's olllco, and W. !.., tee chairmanships. Tie lone Demo
I'razeo Is bald to bo Bl.itcd for two crnt will probably not bo given nny
eara nioro In the elotilclans Job. power that he could upb to help
Thoro has beou somo opposition to( along tho Democrutic machine, nnd,
Prazee, hut nothing. serious has so n tendency on the part of tho Re
far developed. I publican members to nto that Mc-
Ab thu polico department Is not Clellnn U Kept strictly lu tho ml
tinder Pern, the major of Honolulu norHy Is nlrendy apparent,
has not much political patronage nt j Politicians today were dlH:usslng
his disposal. Vow changes are look, tho uimor of n recount lu the Sixth
cd for In the polico department from( Precliict of the rburth District,
Sheriff Jarrctt, although one or two down in Kaknako, whero It Is nt
members who worked for tlfe Itepiib. leged John Umo, the Republican
llcans last Tuesday are. expecting tho mndldute for mayor, got distinctly
ax nt any time, the worst of tho counting. However,
The newly-elected supervisors are both Jtepubllcan and Democratic
busy framing up their committees, j leaders say that-thoro Is little prob
Pew of them have fully decided what ability of tho recount. Chairman A.
they want. It wns no secret during h. C. Atkinson' or the Republican
the campaign thnt Kueu Low want- Tenltorlal Central Committee stated
ed tho Ii3lrmtinshlp 0f tho roads this morning that tio had not paid
committee, and Prank Krugur may much attention to tho matter and
get the police and health committee does not think n recount will bo
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES.
(Continued from Face G)
tlon Committee to skimp nlong on a
paltry few hundred dollars it "loulli.
Ono of tho exhibits of economy to
which tho Promotion Commit Ion is
forced, Is the order for posters for the
forthoomiilg Ploiul Parado. The
whole order for posteis Is ubout largo
enough to rotr tho city of S.m Krnn
cIsco fulrly wol. 'Tho economies to
which tho committee Is forced lu mat
ters of this kind are iibsoliitcly ridic
ulous, goma day tho business men
of Honolulu will wuko up and ho
nshnmCd, tit least It Is to bo hoped
that they will; they ought to
Ono result of the visit of Deiierdln
Aleshlro and HIIhh to tho city was u
decision to turn over to the Torrltory
for n National Qunrd annory site, tho
propel ty on Hotel street now used by
the U. S, Quartermaster's department.
Tho will of the Into A, S. ('leghorn
win lllud for probate this wtek. He
left nn estate allied at fliri.OOO real
j mid personal pronertv He left his
property to members of his family.
' Mr-"for Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Has been, the snbieot of more favorable coniniont from
" buyers yho. know every point than any model on, th,e narejl
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Included in equipment: fyagneto, side, tail and head lights, tools wheel jack, horn
SchMman Carriage C;0.
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