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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 17, 1906.
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ion give many names, but whk few of them
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t more certainly secured by a course of tie
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S2AD THE ADVERTISES
WORLD'S XTOWf DAILY,
' The navy water barge is being re
painted and having some of the scars
of her recent service wiped out. She
is somewhat battered in the work she
has done for the stranded Sheridan
jand her engineering crew of one man
is proud of the good service she has
done. "If she has to lay here doing
nothing for the next four years she has
proved that she is worth keeping afte
all," re said, as he dipped his paint
brush in the carmine and fondly drew
it across her bows.
THE MORNING STAR.
The unexpected return of the steam
er Morning Star - to this port has re
sulted in some little mix-up regard
ing the status of the crew. The steam
ier had signed on seventeen, men for
the voyage at a stated sum, no matter
hpw long the steamer was in going up
to Seattle. This wage was in nearly
every case a full month's pay and the
men left here congratulating them
selves that they were going to get
thirty days' pay for fifteen days' work.
But now that the steamer is back here
and is to be laid up for repairs for
probably a week, the men have chang
ed their minds about the good bargain
they had made. Yesterday they made
' application at. the shipping commis
' sioner's office to be released, but the
, commissioner has decided that they
' are bound to stay with the ship until
,she reaches Seattle, the -return trip
'here being only in the way qf putting
'into a way port for repairs. He claims
j that the ship is still on her way for
! Seattle, having once started. And in-
j stead of being doubly paid the men
are facing the prospect of only getting
half wages. U. S. District Attorney
i Breckons has upheld the ruling of the
snipping commissioner in tne matter.
Yesterday the rudder of the steamer
was unshipped in an effort to locate
the leak which . had been ' the majn
cause of the return of the vessel. The
work cf repairing her engines will al
so be begun at once. Captain Garland
being of the opinion that the steamer
will be able to put to sea again next
MOANA BACK ON HER RUN.
The Canadian-Australian S. S. Moa-
na, which had been taken off the Vancouver-Auckland
run during the trips
of the S. S. Maheno and. put on a local
run between New Zealand and Austra
lian ports, arriving here yesterday from
the Colonies, the turbiner being in use
in her place in the Colonial service
during the time of the Christchureh
exhibition. The Maheno officers are on
The Moana carried a small passen
ger list, 101 in all, half of whom travel
ed in the steerage. Of the 52 cabin
passengers, seven left the vessel here,
while a number departed, including a
fair number of Japanese laborers.
The Moana had a pleasant trip up
having left Sydney on OGtober 1 and
Suva on the 8th, good weather being
encountered all the way. She got
away for Vancouver at 4 p. m.
Among the departing passengers
were several well-known men around
town, who will visit on the mainland.
R. T. Ryan and wife, F. S. Adams, Ray
Chase and wife, Guy Livingston and
wife and A. R. Aronson.
Mr. Ryan has been in the employ
of the Rapid Transit company and Mr.
Aronson has been until recently with
Sachs Co. Guy Livingston, the
popular entertainer, goes to San Fran
cisco on an indefinite visit. He and
the other departing passengers were
given a warm aloha by a number of
friends gathered to see them off, each
departing Honolulan being fairly
smothered in leis as he or she walked
up the gangway.
TOP OF DAM IS
NOT 'FOB ROADWAY
The following correspondence, with
reference to a proposed short-cut road
across the top of the dam of the Wa
hiawa Water Company, is self-explanatory:
October 4, 1906.
Hon. E. D. Tenney, President. Wa
hiawa Water Co., Ltd., Hunolulu,
Dear Sir: T am instructed by the
woman once wrote us
she was not going to
Scott's Emulsion any
1 . . .
more oecause it cosr too
much. Said she could get
some other emulsion for less
money. Penny wise and
poiind foolish. Scott's Emul
sion costs more because it is
worth more costs more to
make. We could make
Scott's Emulsion cost less by
using less oil. Could take
less care in making it, too.
If we did, however, Scott's
Emulsion wouldn't be the
standard preparation of cod j
liver oil as it is to-day.
SCOTT & BOWN'E, 409 Pearl Street. New York.
j County -Oahu to communicate with
you and to inform you that the saia
board requests that the County of
Oahu be allowed trie right of way over
and across the spillway of the Wahi
awa dam for the purpose of building
a bridge across the said spillway, the
c-xpenst-s of the undertaking to be
borne by the county.
I beg to remain, yours respectfully,
Clerk, County of Oahu.
October 9. 1906.
Mr. D. Kalauokalani, Clerk.
Dear Sir: I now own" reeeipt of your
favor of the 4th inst., inquiring if this
company is prepared to grant permis
sion to the County of Oahu for a road
way across the spillway of the Wahi
awa dam, which, 1 Understand, also car
ries with it permission to use the top
of the present dam construction as a
public roadway. In reply I would state
that the Wahiawa Water Co., Ltd., Is
not prepared to grant either request.
Yours truly, E. D. TENNEY,
President Wahiawa Water Co., Ltd.
While John W. Cathcart, Republican
nominee for County Attorney, was
making a speech last night at the
meeting in front of Joe Clark's saloon
the police made a bungling arrest.
Cathcart had just concluded his speech
with the request: "Vote the straight
Republican ticket." A tall young Ha
waiian promptly resporcied:
Instantly Officer Needham closed In
on the young fellow and placed him
under arrest. The young man made no
struggle, but showed his displeasure.
"I don't want to fight you now," he
said, "but I'll fight you man to man
two months from now."
Then' Apana, the Chinaman special,
;umped in and pinioned the Hawaiian's
arms and Needham threw his arms
around the boy's neck. The prisoner
was then sent to the station house. A
tig crowd saw the injustice done.
IS UNDER ABBEST
Mateo Colon, the Porto Rican sup
posed to be the murderous robber who
stabbed a nurse at $he Japanese hos
pital on Monday morning and a Japa
nese man at a Smith street hotel shortr
ly afterwards, was arrested yesterday
morning by police Officer Frank Ka
nae. The man was caught . at Huluo
manu, just past the junction of the
road to Moanalua, being at the time
walking away irora town. Ktinae had
followed, him in a rig belonging to a
Chinese peddler, having traced him"
through that section of the country for
some hours. He was arrested at the
point of a gun, but made no attempt
After being . brousrht--toi the police
station and searched,, he was taken
to the Japanese hospital and faced by
his two victims, both of whom identi
fied him positively as the man who had
Inquiry at the hospital early this
morning brings the report that both
the wounded victims of the thug's
knife are doing well and are prac
tically out of uanger.
OF A. M, MELLIS
Death came without warning early
uiis morning to A. M. Mellis, a well
known citizen of Honolulu, who ex
pired at 1:30 o'clock at his home, 1187
Deceased " had been prominent for
many years in local mercantile circles
and was a leading member of the local
Odd Fellows' Lodge.
The cause of his death was not
known at the time the news was re
ceived at the Advertiser office.
SAD DEATH OF
Samuel Dwight, eldest son of the late
C. B. Dwight, died yesterday morning
at Miss Johnson's Sanitarium of per
foration of the bowels. An operation
failed to produce the desired result.
Mr. Dwight was 19 vears of aere. He i
was a graduate of the High School and
fo:- some time had been employed in
the office of E. A. Mott-Smith.
The funeral service will take place
today at 3:30 p. m., at his home in
Desha lane. j
The servic-e will be conducted by Rev.
Doremus PcudJer, acting pastor of
Central Union church, assisted by J. A.
Rath of the Palama settlement.
The pallbearers, who have been
chosen from deceased's school and class
mates, will be as follows:
D. Sherwood, C. Holt, Bert Lightfoot,
W. Cameron, R. Clark, C. Ppillmah,
Alfred Smythe and W. Chillingworth.
IS GOOD TO CALVES.
There is not a kinder man toward
animals than Mr. Arthur M. Brown.
He always does everything in his
power to aid the dumb creatures and
in the old days of Pain's mule cars he
has often kept his dinner waiting at
Waikiki to ass'st some poor animal in
distress. Anyone who has had any
thing to do with Mr. Brown in this
connection can but admire him. and
towara those interested in the work
n i is; ahviH'c lr 1 mi ntco itt'Alf ii.ii'- ?
penally attends to many matters that
he could leave to assistants. Never
has he been known to neglect a call,
no matter how remote or inconvenient
to him personally. A man with this
well known sterling virtue and good ENGINEERS AND GENERAL CON
heart and with dozens to testify in his TRACTORS,
behalf must necessarily have enemies. Estlmates furnisned for all
tor nothing seems to arouse animasitv j
so much as superiority, and certainly classes Jontractihg Work.
Mr. Brown scores there. Bulletin. J5oton Block 1 i : Honolulu.
Continued from page 1.
M. R- Harvey. James Bicknell, J. H.
Beadle, C. P. Iaukea. J. J. Fern. C. H.
Rose, J. S. McGrew, II., T. Moore, John
Effinger, Simeon Akana, C. J. Camp
bell, Ed. Ingham, G. J. Waller, Chas.
Jones. W. T. Rapoza, Geo. Fern, Lewis
Miranda, Manuel " Espinda, Keoholau,
Frank c. Poor, John Lovell, Jr., E.
Fred. Waterhouse, the Republican
ii,t. n, , . . ... ...
raiiuiuoii; iur j ecisurer. nas me toi- !
lowing: E. D. Tenney, J. P. Cooke, J.
R. Gait, M. P. Robinson, E, H. Wode
house, Alex. Garvie, E. A. Mott-Smith,
L. Tenney Peck, C. H. Cooke, E. I.
Spalding, H. C.' Pfluger, Frank L.
Hoogs, W. R. Farrington, C. G. iJock
us, U A. Thurston, E. O. White, Wil
lard E. Brown, Frank B. McStoeker,
H. E. Murray, W. H. Kailenoi. E. H.
Lilikalani, N. Fernandez, J. Lucas, W.
P. Kapulani, J. C. Lane, K. R. G. Wal
lace, T. K. Ulukou, E. Buffandeau, J.
K. Aie, Jr., I. P. Hanale, S. Mahe
lona, F. J. Lowrey, Geo. v. Smith, J.
H. Otis, F. J. Kruger, W. William
son, R. W. Shingle, J. M. Smithies, M.
A. ' Gonsalves, D. K. Hoapili, W. H.
K. Nainoa, Frank Andrade.
M. S. Lyon, M, C. Awana, Jno. Kala-
nakoa, Sam. Kealakai.
DELINQUENTS MUST PAY UP.
The announcement of the contem-
forcing payment of delinquent 'taxes casing.
was a bombshell in the candidate gath-J 'specifications and blank forms may
ering yesterday. Some of them denied . v, . , v. . . . .
Jtc.f , x. i . , be obtained at the office of the Asslst
the existence of any such claim but
when they realized that the publication ant Superintendent of Public Works,
of the names was not a joke those who j Proposals will not be accepted unless
had friends, with the price, called on submitted on the blank forms furnish-
them. Some of the Republican candi- ed enclosed with a certified check for
dates, like Charlie Chillmgworth, who OM , M , .
have money always, repaired at once fifty dollars ($o0), in a sealed envelope
to the tax office and settled. In less endorsed "Proposals for eight-inch well
than two hours after the evening pa- casing," and delivered previously to 12
pers were on the street Charlie was
waving tax receipts to his friends to
show that he was square with the gov
ernment. ' "
UP ON HAWAII.
. Up on Hawaii there is trouble In
plenty and the Republican candidates
are, according to the native paper pub
lished in Hilo, fighting each other. It
was believed that any difference there
might have been between Desha and
Moir had been wiped out, but in a oopy
of the Republican native paper two
weeks ago the parson appears to be
throwing the hooks into John. The
paper calls for the people to vote for
Stephen and one other, a Hawaiian,
who proves to be William Todd, the
candidate of the Home Rule party. The
name used is not the one by which Todd
is known, but a friend of a man who
is not a candidate gave away the snap
and word was dispatched to Moir. A
few days later the planters held a meet,
ing in Laupahoehoe and this matter
was brought up, and it was first de
cided to go for Desha, but calmer judg-
ment shunted the radicals off the track,
and it' was decided to have a commit-
tee call on the citizens and also decide
upon the amount of the assessment that
would be levied upon the plantations,
This same committee was to call on
Desha and show him where he had
broken faith with the party and he
agreed after the meeting that he would
publish a statement over his signature
calling upon the Hawaiians to vote for
Moir. It seems that four different
persons called upon him and to each
he gave a different explanation for
his action. Then it apears he went
to some of his Hawaiian friends and
told them that the haoles had got him
In the door and forced nim to sign a
paper that he had done wrong. The
outcome of the affair will probably be
the defeat of Moir, for the Hawaiians
are bringing to mind the fact that two
years ago the white people, in the Hilo
district, generally, voted for Moir, and
the time has come, say the Hawai
ians, when they will stick toegther and
vote one of their own race in office and
down the haole. Take it all in all, Ha
waii is doing first rate as far as Hilo
district goes, and the people up there
are having a taste of, real politics.
A BLOW IN THE DARK.
While the Democrats were holding
forth at Liliha and Wyllie streets last
night a young native, employed by
Whitehouse on the reservoir job, ar-
rived there and made a statement
that he had been assaulted at a place
. - :
rear tne secona'reservoir a lew "iniutea
He said he was walking up the road
carrying a valise on his snouiaer. ne
was looking at the ground when he
felt a blow on the valise, it having evl-
dently been aimed at his head. The
blow came from behind and the boy
turned and ran toward town. The
man made no attempt to follow him.
From Dr. Hoffmann's, at T.illha and
Wyllie, he telephoned to the police
station, and a little later a mounted
officer arrived and went with him to
the place where he said he was as
saulted. FOR SALE.
tlt..o. if "A v, inn-rir.s
feet, with half interest in artesian well,
Lot well shaded, with fine trees. Co-
coanut trees in bearing, pears, man- ,
1 luuc 1 w l iirai j uhhiiuu. oijv - '-- "
gees, bananas, fig, orange, breadfruit;
and several other fruits. Sewer con- j
nection; 100 feet of 4-inch Iron pipe into
Water pipes laid all over and taps
Lot fronts on two streets, one block
from car line, and contains nearly an
area and a half. No government water
rates here, but the finest artesian water
I Address, "Farmer," Box 347
COTTON BROS. & CO.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT, NU
UANU VALLEY. HONO-'
On Wednesday, November the 14th.
1906, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of the Capitol (Executive)
Bujlding will be sold at Public Auc
tion, the Government lot situate at
iLuakaha, Nuuanu Valley, Honolulu.
' Island f ahu' contaning an area of
o iJ acres.
Upset Price $2,797.50.
Terms Cash; United States Gold
Expense of Patent Grant and Stamp
to be paid by the purchaser.
Map and description of. the same can
be seen at the office of the Superin
tendent of Public Works.
' C. S. HOLLOWAT,
Superintendent of Public ,Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, October 11, 1906. 7544.
EIGHT-INCH WELL CASING FOR
WAIMEA WATER WORKS.
Proposals will be received -at the of-
fice of the superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. H., until 12 o'clock
m. of October 18, 1906, for furnishing,
F. O. B. wharf, Waimel, Kauai, one
thousand. (1000) feet of eight-inch well
o'clock m. of the day specified at the
office of the Superintendent of Public
Works, who : reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLO WAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. H., October 15, 1906.
The J. CARLO PAWNBROKING CO.
nas Deen dissolved, and is now, under
new management, under the name of
tne Hawaiian Pawn Co., at 1018 Nuu-
anu street, near King, the oldest pawn-
shop on the islands. Remember, it is
tne Hawaiian Pawn Co., not the J.
carlo Pawnbroking Co. All business
7548 F. LEVY, Mgr.
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS. IN
In the Matter of the Estate of Chun
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
On reading and filing the petition of
Tulii A f A?w rf TTnnnTuli allpe-iner that
, t, nf Tt1(i SAid chun
Aongf who died intestate at Macao.
China, on the 25th day of September,
A. D. 1906, leaving property in the Ha-
waiian Islands necessary to be admin
istered upon, and praying that letters
of administration issue to Bishop Trust
Company, Limited, a corporation in
said Honolulu, I
It is Ordered, That Monday, the 19th
day of November, A. D. 1906, at 9
o'clock a. m., be and hereby is ap-
pointed for hearing said petition in the
courtroom of this court at Honolulu, at
wnicn lime ana, piace an iisuns ,
cerned may appear and show cause, if ,
any they have, why said petition should .
not be granted, ana that notice or mis j
Ar1or Vvo Tmhlkhod In tho 'Rnlish lan
guage for three successive weeks in the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser aeyp-
uatea at nonoimu. uciowr id, ijud. j
J. T. DB BOLT, '
First Judge of the Circuit Court, of the
JOB BATCHELOR. j
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the First
754S Oct. 17. 24, 31; Nov. 7. I
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I bes- to notify mv patients that I am
? making a brief trip to Japan with my
wife, who is ill. and expect to return
to Kohala and resume practice some
time in the latter part of November.
DR. T. NINOMIYA.
October 16, 1906. 7548
The undersigned give notice that
they have this day bought out all the
interests of Mr. Lee Chew, heretofore
known as L. Chong, in the firm of L.
Chong, Pahala. Kau. Hawaii. The said
Lee Chew retires from said firm this
, YUEN CHONG.
Honolulu. October 15, 1906. . 7548
L. Chong, who recently returned from
China, has this day sold all his interest
in Pahala. Kau, to Yuen Chong. 1
(Signed) L. CHONG.
Honolulu, October 16, 1906. 754S
TICKET . .
Delegate to Congress .
E. B. McCLANAHAN
c. j. McCarthy
d. kalauokalani, sr.
Representatives Fourth District
F. w. WEED
M. A. SILVA
Representatives Fifth District
D. L. KAHALEAAirCf
ED. L. LIKE
S. K. HUI
KABIONA APTJAKEHAU '
' S. K. MAIIOE (Endorsed)
Sheriff , ;
? O. P. IAUKEA . )
- W. W. THAYER
E, EL TRENT
MAKLEY a. K. HOPKINS
C. H. ROSE
F. R. HARVEY
County Supervisor t ' . ;
JOSEPH J. FERN .
THOS, G AND ALL I
H. T. MOORE
J. M. KE ALOHA (Endorsed)
(Waianae and Waialua)
BENJ. NAUKANA ,
F. K. ARCHER (Endorsed)
W. P. JARRETT
TJ. H. JONES
B. W. HOLT
R. L. GILLILAND
i Having been duly nominated by th
' Democratic Party for the office of Ter-
ritorial Senator. I reuqest the support
of the electors of Oahu In the cominff
7530 C. J. M'CARTHT.
1, having been regularly nominated
by the Republican County Convention
I for the office of Representative. Fourth
District, request the support of th
electors of the District.
7530 A. D. CASTRO.
I, having been regularly nominated
by the Republican'' County Convention
fL nmn nt i?,nrp5tMivp wnrtH
District, request the support of tb
electors of the District.
7531 JOHN HUGHES.
I, having been regularly nominated
by the Democratic County Convention
for the office of Representative, Fourth
niKtHt rcmiCRt thA minnnrr. of thA
eectora of tne District.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE myself aa
an independent candidate for reelection
to m omce or supervisor, to represent
the districts of Koolauloa and Koolau-
poko in ;!ae County Board of Supervis-
ors, and respectfully solicit the support
of the voters in the said districts,
7533 J. K. PAELE.
FRUIT & PLANT CO,
be a special meeting of
the shareholders of the Hawaiian Fruit
& Plant Co., Ltd., hela at the office of
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., in Honolulu, on
Thursday, October IS, 1J06, at
o'clock a. m.. to consider the matter of
making application for an .amended
charter for the company, and such
other business as may be properly
brought before said meeting.
II. P. WOOD,
Secretary, Hawaiian Fruit & Plant Co..
Nwtlce Is hereby given that all ac
counts due to the Pacific Hardware
Co., Ltd., hae been placed in thetf
its attorneys, Judd. Mott-"
Smith & Hemenway, for collection and i
are now payable at their office in the
Judd building, Honolulu.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
7543 H. P. "BENSON. Treasurer.
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