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GAMP N rUHLI
Wayne' MacVeagh Testifies That
Twombly, Harriman and
Morgan Fixed It.
tober 8. (Special to Tho Ad-
vcrtlser) Montenegro formally
declared war on Turkey this
Tho declaration of war was
delivered to tho Porto by tbo
Montenegrin charge d'affaires
early today. M. Plamentar, tho
Montenegrin charge d'affaires
In Constantinople, has "been or-
dered to leave there today. '
The Turkish charge d'affaires
in Ccttlnje has been handed his
passports by tho Montenegrin
ITir Prdeml Wlrelest Telcrrnph.)
LONDON, October 8. (Special to
The Advertiser) Heavy fighting is in
progress between tho Montenegrin
forces and the Turkish troops along
the frontier. A brieade of nine bat
talions of Turkish infantry, proceeding
from Scutari to Tnsi, on tho Monte
netrrin frontier, was attacked last eve
nini? bv a lareo foTce of Mnllssori
tribesmen inst before reachins Tusi
Tho battle, according to the dispatch,
is still proceeding this morning. It is
feared generally in diplomatic quarters
in London that this act of Monte-
neero's has precipitated, a serious" im
broulio. and tho Denting reported to
have taken place between Turkish and
Montenegrin troops on the frontier will
tend to frustrate tno eiiorts 01 diplomacy.
It is thought likely that the other
Balkan mountain States may decide to
follow tho lead of Montenegro and
throw their nrmies into Turkey. Tho
situation of tho Christians in Albania
and Macedonia, nnd the demand of tho
Balkan states that these provinces
should be given autonomous government
are the main causes of the crisis.
Dispatches from Constantinople, received
in London during the night, say
military patrols were going around tho
city requisitioning all the horses.
"' The military authorities, too, had
placed troops on a large number of
Greek vessels which they had seized
in Turkish wnters, and it is said theso
arc to bo used for the transportation
of troops. The Greek legation has ordered
tiie masters of the vessels to land
Heavy righting in Progress.
CETTINJE, Montenegro, October 8.
(Bv Associated Press Cable) Ignoring
tho plans of tho Great Powers for
intervention, tho confederated Bnlknn
states hnvo declared war ngainst Turkey
nnd heavy fighting in taking placo
all along tho frontier,
Votes Sinews of War.
BELOHADE, Bervla, October 8. (By
Asioelated Tret Cable) Tho iiMtmbly
bat voted 9,000,000 war credits.
'says he has copy of
TACOMA, Washington, October 8.
By Associated Press Cnblo) Elmor
Dover, secretary of tho Republican na
tional committco from 1D04 to 1803, issued
n statement here today on the cam-,
paign fund expose, In which ho says
I that ho has 11 eppy of tho list of
buttons made to" tho late Cornelius Bliss,
' treasurer of tho campaign of 1904,
j which ho is. ready to produco If tho investigating
committee requests it.
KILLS FIFTY PERSONS
TAMPICO, Florida, October 8. (By
Asociatcd Press Cable) Fifty porsons
were lillled and a hundred injured today
through the explosion in a wnrohouso ol
UPON ROOSEVELT'S REQUEST,500 kfgs.ofrwac.rW
Raising of Famous Contribution
Explained by Former
(By FcdMAl Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, October 8.
to The Advertiser) Another chapter
was added today to tho disputed
story of the so-called Harriman $240,-000
contribution to tho Republican
campaign of 1804, when Wayne
of Philadelphia, told tho United
States senate committee
campaign contributions and expen
ditures, of a telephono conversation II.
McK. Twombly had had with tho lato
Edward II. Harriman, in 1904, and told
that Harriman had said ho had been
to tho Whitd Houso; that Presidont
Roosevelt had oxpressed anxiety that
the $240,000 fuud bo raised, and that
Harriman had agreed to it.
Charles A. Pcabody, president of tho
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
said, "was in Harriman 's offico
when Harriman was talking with
Twombly. MacVeagh testified that ho
had been given to understand thnt in
making contributions in 1904, Twombly
represented tho Vanderbilts' railroad
interests, Henry Clay Frick, the coal
nnd steel interests, and John D. Arch-
bold and tho late Henry H, Rogers, tho
Standard Oil interests.
"I may have called oa Mr. Morgan
on tho day I have in mind," said
"but remember calling on Mr.
McK. Twombly in his office in the latter
part of October, 1904. While wo
were conversing he was called to tho
telephono by his clerk. His office is
in the same building as Mr. Morgan's,
but in an upper story.
"When Mr. Twombly returned he
told mo he had been talking to Mr.
E. II. Harriman; that Mr. Harriman
had been called to Washington by
Colonel Roosevelt, and ho -found tho
President anxious for tho raising of an
additional fund for the campaign, and
that it had resulted in Mr, Harriman
agreeing to raise and give to Colonel
"Mr. Twombly snid that Mr. Harri
man had called him up and said he
him to give $50,000. Mr.
told mo E. H. Harriman -was going
to givo $50,000; 'that ho had been asked
to givo $50,000, and be said eomothlng
that led mo to infer that Mr. Morgan
would give $60,000."
Senator Depew Also In It.
WASHINGTON. October 1?. (By Associated
Press Cable) Senator .Chaun-coy
Dopow today testified that ho had
contributed $10,000 to the campaign
of B. B. Odell for governor of Now
York and $17,000 to Twombly as a
special assessment to complete Harriman
's fund of $240,000.
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(By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
CBTT1NJE. Montenegro, Oc-
(Br FMleml Wlrrlni Telfrrsch.l
WASHINGTON, October 8. (Special
to The Advertiser) Mofo than one
hundred six-inch nnd eight-inch guns
In mounts of obsolete pattern, now
stored in seven government yards, aro
soon to be offered for salo by tho navy
These guns are laid away in tho Mare
Island, Pnget Sound, Washington, Philadelphia,
Boston, New York nnl Portsmouth
yards, nnd nrc of designs no
longer in use, and tho commandants of
thoso yards will be ordered to sell them
in any manner they teo fit.
(I)y Federal Wlrelew TtVgrsph.)
NEW YORK, October 8. (Special to
The Advertiser) The first district fed
eral court gninieu louay 1110 applica
tion 01 tno government ior juu uays
additional time to introduce evidence
in the dissolution, suit agninst tho
American Sugar Refining Company.
Hearings have bcn hold bof6ro an
examiner almost continuously since last
spring. More than 1000 exhibits hav"
(By Federal Wireless Tcterrnrh.)
ALBANY, New York, October S.
(Special to The Aihertiscr) Colonel
Roosevelt has called 011 Governor Wood.
tow Wilson of New Jersey, either to
prove or retract his statement made
in Pueblo, Colorado, that tno United
States Corporation is bohind the third
party pTOgram m regard to tno regulation
of tho trusts.
As far as I know," s.ud Colonei
Roosevelt here, today, "tho statement
hus not tho slightest foundation in
fact. Mr. Wilson has no business to
mako such a statement unless ho has
tho proof, and, if lie lias any proof,
I demand that ho make it public immediately.
If ho haB not let him retract
his statement as the only manly and
honorable thing to do.
''As far as I know, the only big
man connected with cither tho United
States Steel Corporation or tho International
Harvester Trust who is supporting
mo is Mr. George W.. Perkins.
"As far as I know, all tho others
in both tho 6tcel corporation nnd In
tho Harvester Trust aro supporting
I either Mr. Tuft or Mr. Wilson."
(By Federal Wireless Telecrsuh.)
WASHINGTON, October 8. (Spe
cial to Tho Advertiser) Acting Secretary
Cable, of tho department of commerce
and labor, today instructed tho
immigration authorities in Mis island,
New York, to admit to tho United
States Prince Budovic Gignatolli
son of Don Jaime, Pretendor to
tho Spanish throne, held in Ellis Island
since last Friday.
(By Federal Wireless Telepraph.)
NEWPORT, Rhode Island, October
8. .(Special to Tho Advortiser) Tho
torncdo boat destroyer Patterson, in
command of Lieutenant Commander
John M. Luby, wns blown on a bar just
outside a dangerous lino of rocks in
Newport harbor, Inst night, during an
easterly Btonn, but later was pulled off
by the naval tug Chickasaw.
Tho extent 01 nor injuries uas not yet
- -a .i 1
(By Federal Wireless Tclecraph.)
INDIANAPOLIS. Indiana, October
8) (Special to Tho Advertiser) Eugene
A. Clancy of San Francisco, former
executive board member of tho .Inter
national Iron- Workers ' Union, was
charced in tho trial of tho dynamito
eases today with having admitted to
government ngents tnat 11 ot assisted in
arranging for explosions in Los Angeles,
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HAWAIIAN QA2BTTB, FBILAX OCTOfcEft llr 1912.
TO GET Biti STAND
Jt may be the tos s of a coin which
shall docido whether tho Republicans
or Democrats havo possession of the
Aala Park bandstand, tho makai end
of tho park and the county band, for
both political organizations last night
requested the board to grant tho nso
of the park on November 4. ,
Tiio Republicans mado a formal
for both tho grandstand and tho
The Democrats, however, in asking
for tho use of tho ttand nnd tho lower
end of tho park, called tho attention
of the board to the fact that on all
former nights beforo elections thoy
havo been relegated to tho mauka end
of tho park and have nlto had to go to
somo expense to erect a speaker's stand
nnd prolde lights.
The Democrats feel that on this occasion
tho expenso should be distributed
among the other parties. isv
parties" the Democrats probably referred
to tho Republicans and Bull
Under tho circumstances tho board
may have to act with
judgment, nnd givo tho Republicans
one-half tho bandstand and tho Demo
crats tho other.
Albert Whito and Charles Powin, of
San Frnncisco, are registered nt tho
Promotion Committee Host for
Editor Noyes and for
(From Wendncsday Adtortiacr)
Tho promotion committee cntcrtamod
two distinguished visitors yesterday
Edward Rayment, present dlroctor of
tho New South Wales immigration nnd
tourist bureau, nnd Thcodoro William
Noyes, editor of tho Washington Star.
Mr. Rnyincut has been performing
Percy Hunter's duties in Austtnlln
durlmr Hunter's absence in Europe, and
now Mr. Rayment goes to tho great
metropolis for a threo years' sojourn
to represent Australia, while Hunter
returns to Sydney, via Honolulu, arming
hero during Fobrunry nnd remaining
for carnival week. It was
Hunter's praises of Honolu'ii thnt determined
Mr. linyiuont to go to Loudon
vi.i Hawaii. He was charmed with his
stay in the city.
Editor Noyes is ono of America's
famous literary men. He nnd his
father, controlled and edited the
Washington Stnr since tho closo of. tho
Civil AVnr. Away back during tho
trnul.lpil tlavs of "the provisional
eminent Mr, Noyes visited Hnwaii, remaining
hero for ten days and preventing
war on Hawaii by Japan.
Mr. Noyes was then returning from
tho Orient. He was received there as
the editor of the lending newspaper in
the American capital, nnd as such ho
was given an authorised intcrviow by
tho Jnpaneso government. In that ini
terviow the stand wns taken by Jupan
that tho affair with Hawaii, over tho
Inpaneso immigration, could bo arbi
trated. Oh his arrival in Honolulu
Editor Noyes found that tho Jnpaneso
in charge of diplomatic relations would
not concedo this point, nnd that at nny
hour the Japanese war vcscl Nnniwn,
then in Honolulu harbor with her guns
trained on the city, might begin operation".
Mr. Noves showed tho authorized in
terview to tho Japanese, diplomat, and
that rer.tlcman toro his hair. Ho
turned in a towering r.igo to Japan by
the next steamer to persuade tno
government that a point of honor
was involved. Arbitration, However,
woh brought about, and the Japanese
Besides being an able newspaperman,
Mr. Noyes is president of tho
Washington board of trade His regret
at present is thnt he must loavo Honolulu
on tho Wilhclmina this morning.
On tho arrival of tho Marama the
distinguished guests from tho East and
West were escorted by n. P. Wood and
members of the promotion committco
to tho Country Club to lunch, Alexander
Hume Ford also being a guest.
After lunch tho visitors wcro taken out
to the Pali, and then nround Diamond
Head and to tho aquarium. Tho wind-up
was mado at tho Outrigger Club,
whom Duko Pauoa Kahanamoku held
a confercneo with Mr, R.iymont
a visit of tho Hawaiian swimming
champion to Australia. .Both of tho
visitors spent tho afternoon surfing in
canoes nnd wntching the Hawaiian boys
and Outrigger members disporting
themselves on tho surfboards. Neither
of them wished to leavo nonoluln.
They will both bo great promotionists
for tho Islands hereafter.
Head of Ten-Year-Old Boy Almost
Blown Off by Premature
Discharge of Gun.
(From Wondnesday Advertiser)
Lying in tho morgue with his head
literally battered in by the disclmrgo
of a shotcun, tho ten-year-old son of
William Chapman, laborer, Ala Moaua,
today bears mnto testimony to a BUdden
tragedy near tho animal quarantine station
on the beach road yesterday afternoon
nt threo o'clock.
In tail is a Hawaiian of twenty-two
or years old, giving his
name as Irish Poai, who is responsible
for tho boy's death. To what degree
ho should bo held responsible will bo
decided by a coroner's jury this after
noon at one o'clock. Alter sticKlng
to a distorted version of the story all
day, ho hroko down last night at a
midnieht interview with Deputy Sheriff
Supervisors Adopt Rule Limiting
Activities of Workers in
By a majority veto the board of supervisors
last night adopted tho rulo providing
that no employe of tho comity
shall ong.ige in politics, or loavo his
duties to do politics, unless ho hires n
substitute. This action struck tho minority
as being wrong, especially nt this
Supervisor Murray, who had dropped
out of the political game beforo tho con
vontion, presented tho resolution, which
was seconded by Low, who did figure
beforo tho convention and lost out, and
these two wcro helped to cot their ma
jority voto by Ivrugcr nnd Aninnn,
whose names were lightly passed over in
Supervisors Dwight nnd Arnold voted
til tho minority, although Arnold is the
only ono up for reelection. Murray said
ho offered tho resolution because of
caustic criticism of business men who
charged tho county oflicinls with lack
of efficiency in tho conduct of tho government.
Then, be snid, tho recent convention
a lot of
drawing salaries ho did not want
Hidatcs tor onice. As theso were cm-
nloves drawin gsalaries ho did not wnnl
the criticism to bo continued, nnd upon
this ground had decided to present tin
Dwight roso and caustically said tho
resolution enmo at a very lato day, and
bo asked why it was not presented at
tho beclnninc of this term. It was non-
senso at this time. Murray replied that
he Imd no idea so many employes would
be doing politics. He said that in one
or two departments nenrly all tho env
ployes wcro actively engnged in doing
politics. Some were even to bo let off
from their work, if elected to tho legislature,
and then taken back on ngnin,
the legislature pav being velvet. "But
I'm not soro," said Murray, smiling.
Low charged tho employes with doing
polities and not doing their work. There
were so many in tho engineer's nnd
road supervisor's departments doing
politics, thnt it was no wonder thoy
nsked for an additional clerk to carry
on tho ordinary duties of tho offices.
T ILL THE
Colonol Jones, adjutant genornl of
tho National Guard of Hawaii, has
called upon tho county baud to turn
back tho musical instruments it is now
usiui; to tho national guard. This was
the statoment mado by Mayor Fern to
tho board of supervisors last night.
Tho instruments aro tho property of
tho United States, and as tho baud is
no longer connected with tho guard,
tho colonel wnnts tho properly roturned
by tbo first of Novcmuor.
Meanwhile, the contract for tho new
band instruments, let to tho Bergstrom
Music Company, hns not been fulfilled,
and tho county wants to know why
there is so much delay. According to
tho mayor, tho contractor said it took
somo time for certain instruments to
be mado. At any rate, tho county
wants tho band instruments and wants
Lowor Paving Bid.
J. A. Oilman, for tho bitulitbic com
pany, in presenting revised estimates
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Hose and Chief or Detectives Jicuuine, mittcc to mako a snccinl investicat
and told a story that lined up with tho nf the conmlaint mado by Professor
facts as the olhccrs una learned tnem
from a boy witness and others.
Poai had been shooting pigeons earlier
in the day. About three o'clock
ho and the Chapman boy and (another
wandered out to the quarantine corral
looking ior game.
"I am going to shoot that sparrow,"
exclaimed Poai ruddenly. "Oct out of
"Shoot me," dared tho boy, and
straightened out directly in front of
Poai raised the weapon, but, ns ho
admitted afterwards, had forgotten to
closo tho safety catch and it exploded
beforo it had reached his shoulder, tho
kick diverting it slightly and the
charge entering tho boy's head
through tho mouth, killing him instantly.
Thn socond boy, who, ho states, had
warned Poai not to shoot, was tho first
to run for tho victim's father, and Me-Duffle
nnd several of his officers
rived on the scene just in time to avert
what may have been a fatal clash
tho infuriated parent and Poai,
who wob so terrified nt what ho had
done that ho remained by the sida of
thn dead boy in n fit of trembling.
Ho offered no satisfactory reason last
night us to why ho had told a distorted
story earlier In the day,
0. W. Settle, who was hero for seme
time with tho constructing
department, at Fort' HhsfKr. li
I now stationed at Fort Sberiduu, Illinois.
end of the bridge down the road to tho
makai end of tho Hackfold wharf, said
the job in bitulitbic would cost $3,950.
Ho stated that the work could completed
in threo weeks, and by that timo
t ho O. R. & L. Company would probably
bo ready to contiauo tho pavoment
down to its own wharves. Ho added
that tho railrond management was in
favor of continuing tho pnvemonts, nnd
ho nndorstood this would bo recommended
to tho bonrd of directors.
Tho geological survoy department
asked permission for its water gauge
reader to go up tho Tantalus road once
a month in nn nutomobilo instead of
with a horse and buggyr Tho county
attorney said nny permission would bo
n clear violation of tho law and ho
doubted the propriety of giving hucIi
pormission. The rond committco will
consider tho matter.
May Have Spelling Bees.
Tho Kaimuki improvement club has
asked permission of tho board to uso
tho assembly room of tho new
School for social sessions, concerts,
lectures and such social functions
as may be held, under tho auspices
and direction of tho club This
as referred to a committee.
Supervisor Low was named as a com-
WHERE NO MRLIH1H1S
CAN EASILY BUTT-IN
Hawaiian Petition for Lands in
Lonely Gulch in the
Sixty mites north of Hllo, In an almost
limcccf sil lo part of Wnipio gulch,
13 n tract or I ami tnitalilc to accommodate
n vil'ngo of fifty or sixty families
and with soil adapted to tho culture
of tnro. Tho property is isolated,
hemmed in by, dehsc masses of foliago
and huce overhanclni! rocks, and only
to be roncliod by cither descending a
lmnow trail winding its way tnrotigii
underbrush, orcr streams nnd nmltlst
deno thickets of Kiikui trees, or by
cnuoo up tho stream which (lows by
the slope on the Kohaln aido of the
For manv years llnwnilnns n siding
in the vicinity of Kohnla nnd
have coveted this bit of ground
and have linked Sipervisor Purdy to
intercede for them in tho matter. "Tho
stream which runs nearby is well
stocked with fish, "and the Hnwniinns
aio desirous of taking up homes there
on account of Its peculiar ndnptnblUty
to their habits cf living.
With lilcntv of taro and fish, no In
Scott, principal of tho McKinley High
School, against tho passing of tho traction
engine of the Honolulu Construction
& Draying Company while tho
school is In session. Engineer
volunteered the statement that
tho professor and students woro making
"a hundred dollar holler over a twenty-five
Tho county engineer estimated tho
roid work requested to bo done in the
Wnbiawa district would cost between
10,000 and 11,000.
A Dangerous Grossing.
Tho Hapid Transit & Land Company
called the board's attention to the fact
that 110 arrangement has yet been maile
by tho county with tho Pearl Harbor
Traction Company for crossini; its
trackway where tho samo is intersected
by tho proposed Piuiloa road on tho
Kwa side of tho Mounnlua Valley. Bo
fore proceeding, tho company stated, it
J will bo necessary that arrangements he
iiiuiiu wjiu (lie iriiruuii couipuny.
The company ndded that it was not
tho desire, of tho railway company to
placo an obstacle In tho way of the
construction and uso of tho drivnwuy,
but -there woro certain safety features
which had to bo coimldored, to prevent
accidents. This could bo done by
slightly changing tho location of tho
highway, Tha company regnnls this
crossing as an exceedingly ilmigerntu
ono, us motormrn would have their
iev olstrudod by 11 bluff, The matter
was referred to tho engineer and road
truding nialihlnis to botlior them, and
tno lonolilicsi r,l their situation permitting
them to Hvo in Hawaiian
tyle, requests thnt tho land bo turned
over to them havo Icon nindo to tho
Governor for. several weeks post, and
in answer to these requests tho Governor
took the matter up with Land
Commissioner Tucker shortly beforo tho
head of the land office loft for tho
Tucker will return on tho Korea, October
18, nnd as coon as bo has returned,
Governor Frear hns promised to
rennen thu matter nnd will recommend
that tln involved nioco of land bo
nuncd over to the cmmmiuity of Hn
wnlinns who hnvo asked permission to
This will bo dona shortly nftor No
Now rubltc Works Head Soon.
Governor Frear made tho announcement
yesterday nfturnoon thnt ho
would probably bo ready to announco
tho successor to Mnrsto'i Campbell ns
superintendent of public works shortly,
and that the new man to fill tho position
would bo in olllco beforo tho Governor
himself receives news ns to what
Secrctiuy of the Interior Fisher will
recommend ns tho result of tho rccont
Attorney-General Decides That
Maui Politician Is Not
According to tho decision handed
down ycBterday by tho attorney
of tho Territory, Socrotary Mott-Smith
cannot accept an order on tho
local Dostofllcn for the nomination pa-
pors of any candidate and accredit tho
same as having bcon Hied withintho
for paving Queen street from tho Ewa "'o specified above by law.
Tho question was raised by
T. J. Ryan, ono of the followers of Mc-
Caudlcss, who, ns bookkeeper to Mc-Candless,
was authorized to withdraw
from tho postofllco a registered letter
addressed to L. L. McCandless by somo
Huwniian on thn Island of Mnul nnd
bupposed to contain this candidate's
nomination pupors. Not being nblo to
locato the postoflleo clerk beforo tho
closing of the secretary's olllco last Sunday
evening, llynn suggested to
that ho accept his order
for tho registered letter nnd thnt
this, together with tho depositing of tho
nomination fee, ho considered by the
territorial ofh'ciul as the bona fide filing
of tho camlldnto's papers.
This was a new ono on Mott-Smith
and tho mntter was rofcrrcd to tho attorney
general for u decision. Tho only
other case of this nature known to tho
territorial officials was tho Candler case,
whoro a cundidato's papers, though
mailed tho day beforo tho filing date,
had not readied tho recording olllco until
tho day alter tho dato of closing.
The supreme court in this caso bold that
tho candidate's papors could not bo accepted
and though tho present caso differed
somewhat from tho Candler cose,
the attorney general was of tho opinion
that no consideration could bo given
tho matter other than to reject the candidate's
Bids Will Be Called for Next
Week Net Coin Enough
on Hand for All.
Superintendent of Public Works
Marbton Campbell states that his department
has been busy during tho past
tdx weeks or so on tho mutter of laying
nut now streets throughout tho Punchbowl
dintrict. Tliero has been u great
deal of preliminary details to bo gone
into, but he expects to hnvo all tho
ollice and field work completed by tho
twonticth instant, after which tenders
will be culled for tho construction of
Thu uork will Im divided into several
si'i'tlnim, advertising it possibly 111
it ivtioio with tlii) stiiniivinioiis, htiu
tho right to nwurd thu contract
im u wliuln or in purl. The mutter of
storm ilrulnngu in also rmicivlng his attention.
Tho question of tuwttrugo bus
been decided upon, nnd the sower will
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t B. Damon Cashier
U. U. Fuller Assistant Cashier
R. McCorriston Assistant Cashier
DIRECTOUS: C. II. Oooko, E. Du
Tonnoy, A. Lewis, Jr., E. F. Bishop,
P. W. Mncfarlano, J. A. McCandless,
O. H. Athorton, Geo. R. Carter, F. B.
Damon, F. C. Atherton, R. A. Cooke.
OOMMEEOIAIi AND SAVINGS DK-
Strict attention givon to all branches
.TUDD BLDG., FOllT ST.
Castle & Cooke Co., Ltd
Life and Fire
General Insurrance Agents, ropreaontffat
Now England Mutual Lifo Insurarico
Company of Boston,
Aetna Firo Insuranco Co.
Wo havo just accoptod tho Agency
Tho Protector Underwriters of tie
Phoenix of Hartford.
These are also among the Roll or
Honor in Ban Francisco.
go into tho streets beforo tho macadamizing
At present date, tho amount paid inte
tho territorial treasury by tho purchasers
of Punchbowl lots (which were soil
on tho installment plan) is not sufficient
to carry out tho -proposed program
of street work in its entirety. It will
therefore bo to tho advantage of the
owners of Punchbowl lots to pay for
their land in full at as early a date n
thoy possibly can, becauso tho completion
of tho wholo schemo of street improvements
deponds on thoro being sufficient
money in tho treasury to pay the
cost of samo,
WORTH TWENTY TIMES ITS COST.
Ono bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea llamedy goes a
long ways toward relieving suffering
humanity. It is hotter than nny doctor's
prescription, and worth twenty
times its cost in cases of diarrhoea,
crump colic or dyncntory, which ore
llnblo to eomo 011 suddenly ut this season
of tho your. For safo by Benson,
Smith (1 Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
IIOCKUS Tn Honolulu, October 7,
11) IS, to Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Backus,
MAWdlAM Tn Honolulu, at tho
Mnternlty Homo, October fi,
UUli. to Mr, mid Mm, J. Mnrkliain,
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