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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1910.
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REGISTERED.
The
BUNION
LAST
is made for the foot
with a
BUNION.
It has the right
shape and the right
measurements.
Shoes made on ;
this last look better,
fit better and wear j
better than made-to-order
shoes. j
Plenty o? room
for
Enlarged Joints
Closely fitting elsewhere. It is
the only shoe in the world that
will fit a foot with a BUNION j
or enlarged joint. j
THE PRICE IS $5.00.
mm
Co
Limited
1051 Fort St.
F
IS PITCHED UP
Noa W. Aluii Forced Off Ticket
to Make Room for
Nawahine.
FINE
MILLINERY
To Order
And In Stock.
K. UYEDA
NUUANU STREET.
Scandinavia Belting
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
AGENTS.
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO.
t02 NUUANU STREET.
TELEPHONE 2708.
WAIU'KI, October S. Since the
announcement that Noa W. Aluli has
signed ttie Homo Kn!e roll and was to
get on t lie ticket in place of Noa Kupau,
withdrawn, the leinocrati wing of the
fusionKts lias expressed some dissatis
faction, to allay which the Home Rule
wing was finally forced to compel its
new convert. Noa W Aluli, to withdraw
j from running in place of Noa Kupau,
who, it is claimed, withdrew in favor
of K. .1. K. Nawahine. the Waihee Demo
crat. With the withdrawal of Mr. Aluli
the thieatened breach among- the fusion
politicians has been averted and har
monv oiii-e more reigns.
Today the Democratic leaders an
nounced that II. J. K. Nawahine is the
regular fusion nominee for representa
tive on their ticket, in place of Noa
Kupau, claimed by them to have
dropped out of the race, although tele
phonic reports from liana are to the
effect that Noa Kupau is still running
on 'the ticket as originally made up.
Prince Knhio arrived last night, ac
companied by 8. L. Desha. On arrival
heie Prince Kuhio changed the program
mapped out for him and will make a
speech-making campaign through cen
tral Maui. This afternoon the Prince
will speak at Waiehu and tonight in
Wailuku on Market street. The post
ers are out, and the local party work
ers expect to get out a big crowa ror
the speech-making, weather permitting.
Tomorrow the Delegate will go to
Kula and other places in the Makawao
district, accompanied by a few of the
local candidates and political leaders.
Tearful Willie Coelho has returned.
Coelho's long stay in Honolulu has cre
ated an impiession among some of his
followers that the Tearful One was hav
ing a case of cold feet, but his return
is 'proof of the fact that he has gotten
i,.r it ami -trill realiv make the inde
pendent campaign as he threatened to.
The total ot registereu voters ior
the county of Maui at three p. m. today
ims reached 24io. which is over ninety
less than the registered number of vot
ers two vears ago.
1
WATERS OUT AFTER
MORE FRAUD EVIDENCE
P414.;
S-rs. Honolulu, Oahn; $1. B
Dated Sort 24. li'lH.
First Bank of Kilo Ltd to Asakichi
and wf. Eel; subdiv t of lot 8. blk
1, R I' 722:5. ami' cane crop on same, I
Puna. Hawaii; $2'0. H 341, p 36".
Dated Sept 24. 1910.
William 4' Kaululaau to Martha Kai
noa. L: two-thirds int in R P '124,
Kul S44S Mookahi. Waiehu. Maui; JO
vrs at 2 per yr. H 33", p 320. Dated
Aug Hi, 1910. '
A true specimen of the Highlander's j
(iinicuities with the j-.nghsh language
is given by the London Daily News.
Farmer (who had instructed his Gaelic
shepherd to look for a number of sheep
that had wandered from the fold)
Well, Donald, have you found them?
"Aye. maister. " "Where did yon get
them?" "Well. I fiot two by itself,
one together, and three among one of
McPherson's."
DRINK
WAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
BEST IN THE MARKET.
HENRY MAY & CO. Phone 1271.
WE FRAME PICTURES
According to Their Requirements and
with Artistic Taste.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
Nuuanu, below Hotel.
BEST CLEANER AND DYER
U. TOGAWA
Fort St. opp. Convent.
Founder of original Eagle Dyeing
and Cleaning Works.
PAPER
9 FOR ALL PURPOSES.
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN PAPEB
AND SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Select Lumber
3IEECT IMPORTATION
LOWEST PRICES
CITY MILL CO., LTD.
Phone 2476.
KEKATJLTKE STREET
"auto-livery
phone 1326
SAX FRANCISCO, October 1. That
Tl. II. "Waters, who, it has been stated,
was out here merelv to make a per
functory examination of the sugar dn-
tie T,;nd to Fncle Sam. is in reality
bent upon uncovering further frauds on
the part of the sugar trust ana r.noea
rnstnins insnec-tors in New York, is the
rumor which leaked out yesterday about
the local customhouse.
The quality of sugar imported into
the United States is separated into
grades, each of which is charged a speci
fied dutv. The quality of the sugar is
determined by means of polariscopic
tests.
It is rumored that the government
authorities have been informed that the
bribed New York inspectors, in addi
to robbing the government of millions
of dollars by means of false scales,
graded all sugar of the trust below its
actual quality.
For the purjse of probing this, it is
said. Waters is being sent to every port
of the United States to compare the
quality ratings of the respective sugar
exporting countries in the books of each
port visited ami those of the New York
customhouse.
Waters has been selected for the in-i-pticrntion
because of his excellent
work in unearthing the frauds in New
York eitv.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Fntered of Record October S, 1010.
Kaholo and wf to Joao S Medeiros M
.lose Castro .lr to Paahao bel
ntonio P Serrao and wf to Sarah
P. :n,;. D
chas 1" King 1o Nakahara Fku-
taro
N'nkalinra Fkutaro to Hilo P.ldg
nr.,1 Ton n Assti Ltd O M
Kealohanauoie to M.Brvde Sugar
v, t til . L
F D Walker to T V. Robinson, Tr. .0 M
Hamnmura Tob-hi rt al to Hilo
Sugar "o
A. B LO M
DRY GOODS
firt St Opposite Catholic Churc
PIANOS
POR RENT
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.
Elite Laundry
W. D. McTNTYRE, Superintendent.
Pbone 1973
Recorded September 2S, 1010.
C,eor'e Friedenburg Sr and wf to
William 11 Crawford. P A; general pow
ers. B 33 272. Dated Sept 25. 1010.
Adelaide Marques to John F Souza.
TCel; lot 7, blk 101. bldgs etc, Palolo
Yallev Rd. Honolulu. Oahu; .-,00. B
341, p 37. Dated Sept 22, 1910.
S Pahnkula Kahoiwai and wf to
Henrv C Hapai, D; int in est of Keaka
(w) deed, etc; int in R P 7447. Kul
337, Part 2. Kaonouhi, Kula. Maui;
M. etc. B 337, p 280. Dated Sept 15,
I'.ilO.
Kahinakea Makai and lisb to Mary
i: Foster. D; int in R P 43S7, Kul S432,
h;ii lands. Kahana. Koolauloa, Oahu;
.T7.".n. P. r,4', p 210. Dated Sept 28,
1010.
Maria A Souza and hsb to Philip
Martins. D; int in lot 10. blk 7. Kapio
lani Tract. Honolulu. Oahu; $050. B
34". p 210. Dated Sept 2S 1010.
II C fobuin to von Hamm-Young Co
Ltd, C M; 10o0 modl L 6-cylinder
Thomas touring car. No 4 Ter of Ha
waii; 0.'0. p, 341, p 37. Dated Sept
27. 1010.
K S McGrew to F M McOrew. Pel;
2 112-l""''a land, bbigs. i'te, Kauakini,
N una tin and School Sis, Honolulu. Oahn;
."00. p, 34 L p 30. Dated Sept 20,
p.no.
Bank of Hawaii Ltd to F M Watson,
Tr, A M ; ti tn Alexander Lazarus on
lot ."it '2. Cr :'i."i'H"i. Lunalilo and Kinau
Sts.. Honolulu. Oahn; $1. B 33.3, p 413
Dated Sept 24. L'Kt.
Richard H Trent. Tr, to F M Watson,
Tr, A M; ir.tg Alexander La7arns on
lot 502. Or 350!';, Lunalilo and Kinau
Restore Your Health
It is the privilege of most men
and women to be strong and
healthy and if you are suffering
from any weakness of the
Stomach, Liver or Bowels take
the Bitters just now. It is for
Poor Appetite, Headache, Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, Costiveness,
Malaria, Fever and Ague. Try
a bottle today, but be sure and
get the genuine with Private
Stamp on neek.
OSTETTER'
CELEBRATED
STOMACH
BITTERV
BARGAINS IN
FOB SALE BY
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Hollister Drug Co, Ltd.
Chambers Drag Co., Ltd.
Hilo Drug Co.,
and at all Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
Audit Company
of Hawaii
P. 0. Box 646. 924 Bethe! St.
Telephone 2047.
Conducts ail classes of Audits
and Investigations, and furnishes
Reports on all kinds of financial
work.
Suggestions given for simph
fying or systematizing offict
work. All business confidential.
pral
21P
Kentucky's most famous and
best; the World's most famous
and best; the whiskey that has
girdled the Globe. Sold by
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
MERCHANT IT.
FRESH FLOWERS
Cut fresh daily and in pots. Chrys
anthemums and others now in season.
Lowest prices. Wagon, Fort and Hotel
streets. Visitors welcome to garden,
Kalihi, next to Thomas Pineapple Com
pany. Okubo Garden, telephone 2790.
Arrived, by S. S. Wilbelmina,
hand embroidered and machine
made SHIRT WAISTS,- in lin
gerie and tailored. Also Novel
ties. MRS. F. S. ZEAVE
Eoom f7, Young Bldg.
AFTER-STOCKTAKING
SALE
Reduced lines in all departments; see
our window displavs. Sale begins Mon
day, October 10th"
EHLERS'
Second-Hand Automobiles
We are offering for sale the following Second-hand
Cars, now on exhibition in our salesroom at
exceptional prices:
Model 10 Buick runabout; three-speed transmission ; single rear seat; English Lake color; new -top;
fully equipped, including magneto; IS II. P. F. O. B. Honolulu 850.00
H'10 Model 30 Cadillac touriDg car; 33 II. P., new top; newly painted. F. O. B. Honolulu.
$1,200.00
1910 Model 30 Cadillac demi-touneau; fully equipped, including new set of tires. Eun 3000 miles
only. F. O. U. Honolulu $1,45000
1910 Franklin double rumble roadster; 22 H. P., fully equipped, including Bosch magneto. F. O.
B. Honolulu - j 1000q
Peerless 7-passenger touring car; fully equipped, including new top; body; radiator; hood; foot
boards; tires; glass-front, etc. F. O. B. Honolulu $2,800.00
1907 Pope-Hartford 5-passenger touring car, fully equipped. F. O. B. Honolulu $1,400.00
1909 Eeo runabout; fully equipped, including top and glass-front. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 350.00
Eeo five-passenger touring car, painted black. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 150.00
Eeo five passenger touring car, painted red. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 150.00
Winton Model K five-passsenger touring car, four-cylinder type. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 250.00
One 190S Ford runabout 5 12500
Model X Stevens-Puryea touring car, fully equipped,' including prestolite tank, glass-front, tools,
etc. F. O. B. Honolulu $1,000.00
One 6-40 Thomas double-rumble roadster, fully equipped, including top, glass-front, prestolite tank, two-i
tire covers, etc ; $1,500.00
We should be pleased to have you call at our salesrooms and inspect these ears, which are now oa
exhibition. Further information and demonstrations given on application.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU, T. H.
By Authority
TERRITORY OT HAWAII.
BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND
FORESTRY.
DIVISION OF FORESTRY.
FREE TREES ARBOR DAY.
Xotiee is hereby given that all per
sons in and about Honolulu who de
sire trees for Arbor Day planting may
obtain not to exceed 24 each, Free, by
niaking application not later than October-
25. 1910, to Mr. David Haughg,
Forest NurserymaD, Box 331, Honolulu,
Oahn.
The kinds available are Eucalyptus,
I ron wood. Silk, Oak, Monterey Cypress,
Oolden, rink, and Pink and White
Showers, Poineiana and Jaearanda.
F.ach applicant may obtain 24 trees
free, provided however, that not more
than 12 shall be flowering trees. Ap
plicants must call for their trees at
the Government Nursery on King
Street, Honolulu and must bring con
tainers in which to remove them. The
trees will be given out during the sec
ond week of November, but applica
tions must be filed before October 2o,
1910.
RALPH S. HOSMEE,
Superintendent of Forestry.
Honolulu, T. II., September 22, 1910.
403-Sept. 23, Oct. 4, 10, 17, 24.
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
said C. Keyes in that certain Auto
mobile, Patent No. 549IC0.
Terms Cash.
Dated at Honolulu, City and County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, this
8th day of September, A. D. 1910.
WM. HENRY,
High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
S764 Sept, 9, 24, Oct. 10.
QUARTERLY MEETING.
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTIVE.
If you want to stop your hair from
falling and restore it to its youthful
appearance, you must use
PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER.
Sold by All Druggists.
Under and by virtue of a certain
writ of execution issued by the Hon
orable Frank Andrade, District Magis
trate of Honolulu, City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on the
24th day of August, A. D. 1910, in the
matter of Fred J. Asch, Plaintiff, vs. C.
Keyes, Defendant, for the sum of One
Hundred and Three and 00-100 ($103.00)
Dollars, I did, at Honolulu, City and
County of Honolulu. Territory of Ha
waii, on the 24th day of August, A.
D. 1910. levy upon and shall offer and
expose for sale and sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, at the City
Auction Rooms. Merchant street. Hono
lulu. City and County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, at 12 nVlor-k noon
of Monday, the Kith day of October,
A. D. 191", all the rb'ht, title and
interest of the said ('. Keyes in and to
the following described personal j.rop
erty unless the sum due under said
resT'er-iive writ of execution, together
with interest, costs nnd my fee are
previously paid:
PROPERTY TO BE SOLD.
All the right, title and interest of
The Board of License Commissioners
for the City and County of Honolulu
will hold a meeting at the Executive
Building on Friday, November 11, 1910,
at 4 p. m., to consider the application
of Tashichi Okazaki for a first-class
wholesale license to sell intoxicating
liquors at llonouliuli, Ewa, Oahu, under
the provisions of Act 119, Session Laws
of 1907.
All protests or objections against the
issuance of a license under said appli-t-ation
should be filed with the secre
tary of the board not later than the
time set for raid hearing.
CARLOS ,. LONG,
Secretary Board of License Commis
sioners. S790 Oct. 10, 17, 24, 31
The Board of License Commissioners
for the City and County of Honolulu
will hold a meeting at the Executive
Building 011 Friday, November 11, 1910,
at 4 p. m., to consider the application
of T. L. Peterson for a second-class
saloon license to sell intoxicating liquors
at Waipahu, Ewa. Oahn, under the pro
visions of Act 119, Session Laws of
1 907.
All protests or objections against the
issuance of a license under said appli
cation should be filed with the secre
tary of the board not later than the
time set for said hearing.
CARLOS A. LONG,
Secretary Board of License Commis
sioners. 8790 Oct. 10, 17, 24,31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry
T. Taylor, Deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of
James T. Taylor of Honolulu, alleging
that Henry T. Taylor of Honolulu died
intestate at Honolulu on the 21st day
of August, A. D. 1910, leaving property
within the jurisdiction of this court
necessary to be administered upon, and
praying that letters of administration
issue to him:
It is ordered that Moudav, the 24th
day of October, A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock
a. m., be and hereby is appointed for
hearing said petition in the courtroom
of this Court in the Judiciary Building
in the City and County of Honolulu, at
which time and place all persons con
cerned mav appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition should 1
not be granted. " I
Dated Honolulu, September 24, 1910.
Pv the Court.
Attest:
Seal. M. T. SIMOXTON,
clerk Circuit Court of the First Circuit.
Wade Warren Thayer, Attorney for
Petitioner.
"-778 Sept. 2t. Oct. 3, 10, ;.
READ THE ADVERTISER,
WORLD'S NEWS DAILY
C. Brewer & ComDany. Limit
Notice is hereby eiven that tin
ular quarterly meeting of the to
noiaers or u. .Brewer a Co., Ltd., vmi
held at the office of the compnuyi
iionoium, 1. ii., on Thursday, O
13, 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m.
, W. W. NORTH,
1 . ia-
OAHU RAILWAY TIME TAELS
Outward.
For Waianae, Waialua, Kahukt
Way Stations "9:15 a. m., 3:20il
i-ur itaii viiy, Lwa Aim ana m
Stations 1 7:30 a. m., 9:15 ft. ft?
11:30 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20p.
5:15 p. m.,9:30 p. m., Ul:15p. )
For Wahiawa and Leilehua 10:8if
m., 5:15 p. m., J9:30 p. m., tll:Ut'
Inward. - j
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,1Mt
lua and Waianae 8:36 a. dl, 84
p. m. J
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa ICS.
Pearl City 17:45 a. m., 8:36 ft.
11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m., ,4:26
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m. J
Arrive Honolulu from WahiftWt
Leilehua 9:15 a. m., tl:40 p. mH
p. m., J10:10 p. m. , J
The Haleiwa Limited, a twfrks
train (only first-class tickets loC
leaves Honolulu every Sunday
a. m.; returning, arrives in Ho"
at 10:10 p. m. The Limited itopi
at Pearl City and Waianae out,
and Waianae, Waipahu and Pearl Of.
inward. '
Daily. tExcept Sunday. tSnnday(W.
G. P. DEN1SON, F. C. SMITH,
Superintendent. i
K00LAU RAILWAY TIMET
DATLV. VYfTPVPT RAT1TRTAY.
SUNDAY AND HOLD
Leave Kahana for Punalun,
Hauula, Laie, Kahuku and
Arrive Kahuku at 1:00?,
Returning:
Leave Kahuku for Laie, Han- : j
ula, Puualuu, Kahana and ,
Way Stations at 1: t
Arrive Kahana at 2:45"
SATURDAY, SUNDAY ,11
AND HOLTBAJ
Arrive Kahuku at 11:W
Leave Kahana for Punalun,
Hauula, Laie, Kahuku and
Way Stations at 11:0?K
2:15'
Leave Kahuku for Laie, Hau
ula, Punalun, Kahana and
way craxions at
3:WfI
made at KU
rv. 0:15 $
train from Honolulu, and the 'J
m. train, which arrives m the 6"J j
5:30 p. m.
jantjaby,
J. J. DOWLING, E. S. POLLISl
Superintendent.
Way
Connections are
with the O. B. & L
g.p.'-
Mil DEIOlft
Limited.
STANGENWALD BUILDI
P. O. Box No. 68. Cable:

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