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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOMJMJ. T. II., SATURDAY, JAN. 13; WW.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
One of my horses went tamo from
sldo or shell bones on both feet, which
extended entirely around tho quarter,
end was laid up for about three months.
I used two bottles of "Save the-Horse,"
and tho horse Is perfectly sound. 1
have driven her over paved roads, and
one day gave, her a sixty-mile drive and
fho never showed tho least particle of
lameness. The growth have nearly all
disappeared. I have owned horses for
years, used them to build railroads and
In alt kinds of contract work, and have
used remedies, blisters, firing and elec
tricity, but never saw anything take
hold and produce such results as "Save-thc-llorso"
in this case.
D. C. 1IENNETT. Builder,
410 79th St.
POSITIVELY AND PERMANENT
LY CURE8 Bono and Bog Spavin,
.Ringbone (cxiept Low Ringbone),
Curb, T.horoughpln, Splint, Capped
Hock, Shoe Iloll, Windpuff, Weak and
Sprained Tendons and alt Lameness.
OC fin per bottle. Written guaran
vuiUU ce as binding to pro
tect you as tho bosf. legal
talent could mako It. Send for copy
booklet and letters in all lameness.
At Druggists and Dealers or Express!
Trade supplied by HOLLISTER DRUG CO., HODRON DRUG CO., Hon
olulu, and TROY CHEMICAL CO., Dlnghamton, N. Y., formerly Troy, N. Y,
BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES.
The great success of "Save-tlio-.d to be worked off on tho Innocent by
Horse" has Invited tho usual number I unscrupulous manufacturers and deal
of substitutes, prepared for nnd expect-1 ers.
Durlal Insurance In as Important and beneficial In Its way as life
It costs but little to Join ths HARRISON MUTUAL BURIAL AS
SOCIATION. Just $6.00 membership fee and a very occasional as
sessment of one dollar when ex.raordlnary emergency so demands.
Slnco the Association was form:d there have been only three assess
ments and the average cost to each member for the burial of a de
ceased member has been less thin 2 2-3c.
Everything connected with the business of the Association Is open
to the most searching examlnat'on. Neither agnets nor officers of
the organization receive remuneration from the monies collected, the
Association's Income being usoi solely for burial p'urpotes..
For further particulars apply to
Secretary's Office, 134 BERETANIA
Wc have just received new supplies of
"Ushers C. V. G." Scotch Whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
aptmmn'mmn mm mm mmnrnig
1 Fresh Meats 1
; Fresh meats required for your daily use, 3
tZZ Yoq will find at YEE HOP'S in profuse. S3
gj The old saying is, the best is cheapest; S
: Wc have the cheapest, best and freshest.
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f MEAT MARKET 3
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HMlliUiU. UUUUUlUUUi iiiiil liiliiiiiK
102-J FORT 8T., I. 0. 0. F. Bldfl. & 151
Nyack, N. Y.
In August I had a maro with an
anlile cocked from n bad wrench In n
race. It was so had I had concluded
to shoot her, but was persuaded to
breed her nnd turn her out. I bred her
but Instead of turning her out used
your "Save-the-Horte " In three weeks
I was moro than surprised to see the
swelling disappear, and the remedy
produced a complete cure. She Is ns
good as over. I have rated her since
and drive her any distance without any
sign of lameness. I cannot say too
much for your remedy.
GEO. F. IlEIIUINOEn, JR.
"SAVE THE HORSE"
Is Indicated for any enlargement
caused by nn Injury which leaves
a thickened condition of tho tissues
llorso can be worked with cither shin
or ankle boot', as no harm can possibly
como by either destruction of hair or
scalding of the limb. "Savc-the-IIorso"
can bo npplted In (ill conditions and ex
tremes of weathtr.
Act of AH
ST. 'PHONE MAIN 411. 5
HOTEL. 8T., opposite YOUNG Hotel.
Av'JL' ast TflffiM Iirn
Tho Mnsonic templo In Philadelphia
Is Uie most costly edifice ever erected
for the exclusive use of the -Masonic
fraternity, nnd when the schedulo of
Improvements now under way shall
MASOX10 TIHTLr, t'lIILADELrUIA.
have been completed It villi represent
nn Investment of considerably over
2,000,000. The ground on which the
templo stands was purchased In 1807
nnd has a frontage on four streets
ISO feet on llroml and Juniper streets
respectively and 245 feet on Filbert
and Cuthbert streets, tho temple occu
pying tho entire block. The corner
Btono was laid Juno 24, 1803, and the
temple was completed and dedicated
Sept. 20, JS78.
Tho grand lodge of Vermont nt Its
recent annual communication took ac
tion looking toward the establishment
of a Masonic home In that Jurisdiction.
St. Louis Mason have subscribed
f 400,000 for tho erectlou of n new tem
plo. Alpha lodge of Newark. N. J., Is a
regular lodge, warranted by tho grand
lodgo of New Jersey on'Jnn. 1I, 1S71.
Its membership Is largely composed of
negroes; hencu thcro are In the United
States negroes who are regular Ma
The Keystone- snys that Masonry '
not growing alone In this country. The
old world Is showlug also much prog
res. In London eight now lodges have
been Instituted so far this year.
Tho grand lodgo of Cuba Is now con
templating tho erection of n Masonic
temple. About $10,000 lias been se
cured so far for thu building fund.
New Masonic templet will ho erected
lu b'prlngllcld, 111.; Independence, Mo.;
Itoauoke, Vn., and Fairmont, V. Vn.
Ilctnet-n $200,000 nnd ?300,OOJ1 will
be spent by the Scottish lllte Mnson
of San Francisco on their new temple.
The grand lodge of Ohio has decided
that citizenship Is not a prerequisite
of Freemasonry if tho nppllcant pos
sesses all oilier neeessnr-requirements
The four largest "grand "domains In
point of membership arc; Ohio, 71.283;
Illinois, 55,008; Indiana, B4.2S0; IYnu
sylvun' 17,370. The four grand do
mnlns making tho largest net gain dur
ing tho past year nro: Indiana, 4,030;
Ohio, 2,483; Illinois, 2,234; Missouri,
There are two Fythlan lodges In Alas
kaAlaska, No. 1, at Juneau, and
North Htar, at Douglas.
Tho Illinois homo of the Knights of
Pythias probably will t.o built In Chi
cago. About J.riO,000 has been raised
for tho purpose, mid thin amount will
bo doubled ax boon as It Is decided to
Tho I). 0. K. IC. Is neither n branch,
higher or side rank of tho order of
Knights of I'ythtas. It Is an Independ
Torty years ago thero was but one
K. of P. lodgo In existence, Franklin,
No. 2, of Washington, Thero nro now
N GOOD TEMPLARS.
Ifmne of the. Order CbAnsed by Sa.
pretae Lodge ?fotee.
Tho order long known as tho Inde
pendent Order of Good Templars
cbnnged Its titular designation to the
"International Order" at Uio recent
triennial session of Its supremo lodge,
held at Belfast, Ireland.
Tho grand lodge of Asia have 151
branches, with 4.0SO members. Africa
contains 249 branches, 14,205 members;
Urltlsh North America, 270 branches,
0,080 members; United Btntes, 1,580
branches, 00,870 members; West In
dian Island, 73 branches, 2,040 mem
bers; Australia, 404 b'ranches, 10,017
members; England, 2.3S5 branches,
118,500 members; Ireland, 211) brunches,
10,207 members; Scotland, 1,250
branches, 05,1)87 members; England,
grand lodgo of Wales, 205 branches,
11,157 members; Welsh grand lodge,
07 branches, 5,005 members. Tho next
supremo lodgo session will bo held In
Washington, lu Slay, 1008. ,
Tlio total memberbhlp of tho Juvenile
branch of the, order U 207,002, a gain
of !!5,304 memhors.
Tho diamond Is beautiful to look at,
but there are times wlion the brick Is
tar more useful.
'l.lun.M. l' III, J(.,runn.tiirl
(IW1.IM4 H ,l..tu l..rt.n,nt.tl..n-
iK-u"S;uS. Irrll.llom or iilemtluM
LptNCixuTi0.SHgat tr poltouuui.
u.B.. jmm Mold br nrur-Kiits.
HMflTa"! for MM 0rSbuUlM,Mk
V Clrrvli win t ri
AN. 17, 1700, was a red let
ter day In (he history of tho
United Stales, for that day wit
nessed the birth of lleujnmln
Franklin, printer, scientist, philosopher
and statesman, Tho blcotitcnnry of
Franklin's birth will be celebrated In
many parts of the world. In I'nrls,
where ho represented tho colonics dur
ing the ltcvolutlounry struggle, tho day
will bo fittingly observed, nnd In con
nection with tho exercises a stntuo of
Franklin by the American sculptor,
John J. Iloyle, will bo unveiled near
the house In 1'itssy where ho lived
when the minister of the young repub
lic to France. In llostnn, whero he
was Iwrn; In New York, whore ho fail
ed to find employment, and lu Phila
delphia, with which Ids career Is chief
ly Idcntllled; thero will nlso be ceremo
nies In recognition of the significance
of the day. In the fumou-i illy whoso
name signifies that lu which Franklin
firmly bellcied brotherly Ipve the
most elaborate of these exercises will
be held. They will bo under the direc
tion of, the American Philosophical so
ciety, which Franklin himself founded
in 1741, nnd both the state and the fed
eral got eminent will take part lu
Franklin was ono of seventeen chil
dren, and his father, n llostnn tallow
maker, was not blessed with wealth.
so that ho did not halo any special ad-,
. . ..... a I
vnniages or uirm. no nan lew oppor
tunities ns n boy to excel In scholar
ship, fur ho had only two years' school
ing nnd then went to work to help his
parent In molding caudles, It wns nn
eventful day for the printing trnilo and
Journalism when tho young Franklin
was released from making candles nnd
et to printing ns nn apprentice to his
brother James. Tills brother owned n
newspaper, nnd (ho boy Hen got some
experience In helping hint run It, but
he nnd James did not gel nlong very
well, nnd the loy Mnrtcd nut to neck
his fortune. Lauding lu New York, hu
STATCB OP l'UANKLIN IN M.W TORK.
sought for employment, lint without
success, and, Journeying on, reached
Philadelphia with hut a dollar lu his
pocket. Hut success crowned his ca
rift lu Philadelphia ere ninny years
had lied. One of his most successful
as well as famous enterprises wns tho
"Poor Itlchard'H Almanac," tho first
uumlier of whleli ha published when ho
was tiieuty-slx nnd which nt once bo
came popular. Ho continued publish
ing till s nliiimiiitf for tueuty-llio years.
It was translated lulu all tho language
of l.urope, mid its quaint sayings haio
bectiimt household words. For many
ye.ira he published tho Philadelphia
Razette. Ho organized the first pub
lic library In Philadelphia and estab
lished the academy which has devel
oped Into tho University of Pennsyl
vania, Thu art of printing Is In his
debt to nn Imineiisurnblu degree.
In 174S Pr.inkllu sold his paper, his
almanac and his printing plant. He
was then only forty-two, but ho bad
accumulated what In thoso days was
CDiisldensl n fortune, nnd ns tho af
fairs of his countrymen demanded his
attention be determined to havo no
Impediments In tho way of his render.
Ing zealous public service. For n pe
riod of over forly jenrx thereafter he
was almost continuously occupied lu
tho cnuse of his country. Prior to tho
Revolution ho represented tho Interests
of his own colony "of Pennsylvania und
sometimes other colonies nt tho Urltlsh
court; ho participated hi tho drawing
up of tho Declaration of Independence,
of which" ho was ono of tho signers,
and he spent some of tho most Impor
tant years of his life pleading tho cause
of the colonies at the court of France,
With what bueeess ho pleaded Is
known to nil. His Inventions and dis
coveries Riivo him a high place lu tho
world of scloiu'o and learning, nnd ho
Is recognized today ns tho father of
plectrlcnl seleneo. Ho might havo made
a great deal of wealth out of his In
ventions, but ho did not worship tho
almighty dollar and valued money
only ns It contributed to tho enjoyment
of comforts und refinements. Though
so versutllo nnd accomplished, ho was
Oontent to be known simply ns a print
er, and when ho died hi 1700 the fob
lowing epitaph, which he wrote him
self, was placed upon his tombstone:
Tin body of Ilenjamln Franklin, printer,
ICie the rover of an old hook. Its contents
torn out and stripped of Its lettering and
gliding, lies herr, food for worms. Put
the work shall not be lost, for It will, as
he behoved, appear once more In a new
and more elegant edition, revised and cor
rected by the Author. '
WA7M m f''
I h 'mMMJ
1. A letter lu Washington.
2. The nerlnl regions.
3. What many young folks do.
G. A letter In Anicrlcn.
!n. .-.O.I. rlml I ho Cnlnnrl.
Thece two subalterns are looking for
their colonel. He Is ii the picture.
Help them find lilin. Now York Trib
une. .V. .111(1. Double .Irrmtlr.
Prlmals spell the mime of a famous
man; fifth row names one of his
1. Itelatlng to Syria.
2. To plague.
3. Narrow passages.
4. A t'hluoso salutation.
7. An out of door party.
8. An exclamation meaning "I hare
1). A reply.
10. To bait ngiiln.
No. .1ll7l)rfrrilri rrorrrh.
Iteplnce tho stars by the proper let
ters nnd n proverb will be found.
ee liln" o eve' ear 'u 'o
II ln se he.
I'm essential to every gamo of cards;
I'm part of a watch or rlock;
I'm Ukcd tui a mcasuro In stablo yards
M'iuro horscmii and Jocks talk.
I'm a man who works for n weekly wage;
I'm purl of lha human frame;
Though I'm often "lent" or "given away,"
I belong to It Just tha same. f
No. nutlr nnKritiiis.
I Tho letters of thu word used to sup
ply the first blank will make tho two
missing words In each beuteiico.
1 The needs Uxlng; a come nnd
They the leather with , not oak.
It dropped In tho fire nnd Instant
later I saw It .
No. nro. Trlanal.
' 1. Kept In constant circulation.
1 2. Wns Indebted. '
3. A masculine utcknamo.
4. One-half of edit.
5. A letter In day.
N'o. 371. !lrliriiri.i.ic nmt Cnrtnlllnir.
1. Doubly behead and doubly curtail
a firm, rearrange and make a chart.
In the same way:
2. Itehend nnd curtail Inhabitants of
India, rearrange nnd make help.
3. Ilehead nnd curtail sportsmen, re
ar ran go und make n number.
4. llehend nnd curtail bandages, re.
arrange and mako it covering for tho
5. llehend and curtntl a society, re
arrange and lunko n ine.muro of length.
0. Ilehead nnd curtail keener, rear
raugu and mako to knock.
Tli Snfer Wr.
"Of course I don't want td criticise,
but I don't think It wns altogether
right for David to say 'All men are
"Well, nt any rate. It was safer than
to pick out ono man and say It to him."
An llonnrarr llesrree.
Freddie What's au honorary degree,
Johnson That's a title n college con
fers on a man who would never be
nblo to get It If bo had to pass an ex
amination. Tom Watson's Magazine.
Ker o the 1'ussler.
No. 357. Numerical Fulgtnn: ITmlor
a spreading chestnut tree the village
No. 358. Itlddio: A stcamshlp'H pro
peller. No. 359. Decapitations: 1. C-ape. 2.
No. 300. Hidden Namo Tnzzlo: Alex
ander tho Orcat.
No. 301. Connected Word Squares:
T I . It S O O 'S ' T
I ILK OT'vTO
E. L L A S T I II
1 K A L, T 6" It T
LIST A R x 7
J X T O R E A L
TOT I SLID
No. 302. A Star Fuzzle: 1. Ararat 2.
Havana. 3. Ananas. 4. Sahara. 5.
Atabnl. 0. Panama.
No. 803.-I,renx Puzzle; Cent, decent;
spot, despot; fault, default; part, de
part; bit, debit; servo, desorvo; cant,
decant; grade, degrade; tall, detail;
One, deflno; creaso, decrease; sire, dis
I tiro; range, derange; scribe, describe;
face, dofnee; form, deform.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
OAOE AND OF 8ALE.
In pursuance of tho power of sale
contained In that certsln mortgage
Irom LUI WAIOLA.MA and KANI.WA
OKALANI, Ills wife, to J. ALFKED
MAOOON, dated March 30th, 1900, re
lorded In tho Hegister Office, Oahu. in
I Ibcr 207, pages 13 and 40, notice U
hereby given that the mortgagee In
tends to foreclose said mortgagu for
condition broken, to-wlt: the non-pay
n.ent of principal and Interest when
one, nnd will on Monday, tho 15th day
of January, 1D0G, nt 12 o'clock Noon
of said day, cxposa for alo und sell
at tho auction rooms of Will 15. Fisher,
corner i-ort ana nuecn Streets, Hono
lulu, tho lands and property described
In said mortgage.
Tho terms of tho salo aro cash In
L'nlted States gold coin.
Deed at tho expenso of purchaser.
J. ALKItl.D MAOOON,
Tho premises described In said tnort
Cage nnd to bu sold as aforesaid con
FIRST: All those rertaln pieces ni
finrrels of land situate at Kall.nlhe. in
I'auo.i, described as Apanns 1 and 2 ol
(loyal Patent No. Cr.io, iind Commls
lion Award No. 1B"I In the namo ol
I'uoiinlna, nnd containing nn nrea ol
MS fathoms, and being the same prcin
ises convejed by deed of Akl tk) nnd
nifo dated May 22nd, Hill, to William
II. Hlcc and duly lecordoil In Llbor 181.
pago 109, 'by bald llle eonvevil to
t'harlcs W. Ilooth, nnd by snbl Iloolb
Conveyed to said I.til Walolanm.
SIX'ONI): All that plee of land
iltuato at Pauoa, Oahu. described In
L. C. Award I Ml. ami containing at
area of &03 fathoms and more partial
lurly described In deed from Akl (M
lu L. Wnlotama dated May 3rd. 18'J'J,
.nil duly recorded In Liber 120, Pagcb
i2 and S3.
For further particulars apply to J
Alfred Magnou J. I.lghtloot, Magoon
Building, corner of Merchant nnd Ala
kea streets, Honolulu, or to
WILL I.. KISHEIt,
32C3 Dec 23, 30; Jan 0, 13.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till!
First Circuit. Territory of Hawnll. At
( hntnbers. In Probate. In tho Matter
o.' the I.slato of Henry Alexander Incn-
berg, deceased, testate. Order for
Notice of Hearing Petition for Probate
ct Will, A document purport Ing to be
tho last Mill nnd testament of Henry
Alexander Iscnborg, deceased, haling
on tho 29th day of December, A. I)
lttuj, been presented to said probata
Court and a petition for tho probate
thereof, and fur tho Usuanco uf Icttert
testamentary tu Virginia It. li.enberg
Richard M. Iscnberg and I.. (!. Dulsen
l.erg liavlnn been filed by said Virginia
K. lsenberg, It Is hereby ordtrnd that
.MONDAY, tho :th day of FL11UUAUY,
A. D. 10o0, at 9 o'clock a. m . of suld
day, at tho court room of said court.
at the Judiciary Ilulhllng, Honolulu
Oahu, bo and tbo snmo herein- Is nn
pointed tho time nnd placo for proln
said will and hearing said application.
ii is inriiier ordered tnat notice there
ui uci given, oy publication onco a
week tor thrco succcsslvo weeks. In
tho Evening Ilulletln, n newspaper pub
Ilshcd In Honolulu, tha Inst pub'ica
tlon to ho not less thnn ten clavs nriv
vlous to tho time therein appointed for
Dated nt Honolulu, Oahu, Dcccmbot
29, 1905. v
J. T. Di: 1JOI.T.
First Judge, Circuit Court, First
J. A. THOMPSON,
Kinney McClannhan & Cooper, At
tornoya for Petitioner.
32CS Dec. 30; Jan. 6, 13, 20.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till.
Second Circuit, Territory of Hnwnll. At
Chambers; In I'rohate, In tho Matter
of tho l.stato.of Fannie Bnffory, lalo of
Olowalu. I,ahalun, Mnul, deceased. Or
der of Notltu of Hearing Petition for
Administration. On reading nnd filing
mo petition or laimio Unliuwn, moth
ir of said deceased, of Olowalu, Lnhal
ra Maul, alleging Hint Fnnnlo Hafferv
of Olowalu, Lnhalnn. Mnul. died Intes
tate nt said Olowalu, on thu 9th day ol
September, A. D. 1905. leaving prop
nty In tho Hawaiian Islands necessary
to bo administered upon, and praying
that letters of administration Ibsiio to
A. N. Hnysclden, It is ordered that
Monday, tho Cth day of February, A.
D, 1900, at 10 o'clock n. in., bo and
horeby Is nppolntcd for hearing said
petition In tho court room of this court
at Walluku, Maul, nt which time- anj
placo all persons concerned may ap
pear and show causo, If any they hnie,
why said petition should not bo grunt
cd, and that notlco of this order bo
lubllshcd In thu English languitgo for
threo succcsslvo wcoKb In tho Evening
Ilulletln, a daily nonspaper published
Dated at Walluku, Maul, December
(Sd) A. N. KKPOIKAI.
Judge of tho Clitult Court or the
(Sd ) EDMUND II. HART.
Cleric of tho Circuit Court of tho
SIGS-Dec. 30, Jan. fl. 13. 20.
Most of tbo automobiles used In and
about Shanghai, whero tho number of
Iniuiur earn ib cuubinuuy increasing, am
driven by Chlneto, They do their work
I WJ VI I B jjf !Lt!fM x"-""v '
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTIEC.
Under nnd by virtue of a Writ of
Execution Issued by Wm. L. Whitney.
Dlstrtrt Magistrate of Honolulu. Island
and County of Oanu, Territory of Ha
waii, on tho 3rd day of January, A. D.
190fl, In the matter of Hone Onon.
J'lnlntlff, vs. O. Ynmaoka, Defendant.
I did In said Honolulu, on the 4th il.sr
of January, A D. 19u6, levy upon and
nan Offer for salo and sell at public
nuctlon to tho highest bidder, at Po
llco Station, Kalakaua Hale, in said
Honolulu, nt 12 o'clock noon of Mon
day, tho 6th day of February. A. D.
1'j'iG. nil tho right, title and latereit of
tho said O. Ynmaoka. Defendant, in
and to thnt certain lease made to said
U. lamaoka by Antono u Perry, dated
April 9th, 19e0, of record In tbo liar
wnllan Registry of Conveyance In IJ
her 202 on pages 171-473, covering that
certain house lot situate at Knpalama
nn King Street In Honolulu, Connty ol
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, the samo
being premises described In those cer
tain deeds of record as aforesaid In
Liber 195 on page 109 and Ubrr 110
on pago 111. nnd in deeds of record
ns aforesaid In Liber -US on tuxes 23
nnd 42 respectively nnd belnx the
rnmo premises contained In n. P. 401,
i.. t; a. mug, to P Knnanoa and n. V.
ICW, L. C. A. 13,1. to Pabua, the term
being 15 years from May 1, !90l, and
lentnl $3r.no per month.
Terms Cash, deed at the p; sense of
Dated Honolulu .Inn. 5th, 19A
J. 8. KAI.AKIKI.A.
, Deputy Sheriff.
3273 Jan. 5. 13. 20, Feb 3
n irr n i in rMr
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that at 11
o clock noon, Saturday, February 3rd,
WOO, thero will be bold nt Public Auc
tion under tho provisions of Part 4.
Section 17, Land Act 1S95. at the front
entrance to tho Judiciary Uulldlng. Ho
nolulu, tliut certain portionOf Public)
Land situated in Hnmakirapoko, ItV
und of Maui nnd known as,
These premises contain about 70. S
seres of laud, mostly pastoral, togeth
er with certain residence and out
buildings, adjoining road to summit of
HnUnl.ala, and at an elovutlon of about
1000 feet nbovo sea.
Ui set prico KSU0.O0. Terms Cain.
U. S. Gold Coin.
For plan nnd further pnrtlcularn. ap
ply at Department of Public Lands, Ju
diciary llulldlng, Honolulu.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu. January 3rd. 1000.
3271 Jan. 3. 0, 13. 2n. 27. Feb 2.
far- ONLY 20S To quickly Intro
duce our latest fashionable jewelry
criaiofluc we sena this beautiful chain
and cross pendant, has bright 14k. pold
finish with brilliant stone set center
and snap catch chain 22 Inches lono.
8HEL0Y JEWELRY CO.,
Covington, Ky., U. 8. A.
CALIFORNIA 8AFE DEPOSIT AND
Corner California and Montgomery
Sts., San Francisco.
For tho six months ending December
31, 1905, dividends havo been declared
on tho deposits In tho savings depart
ment of this company as follows;
On term deposits nt tho rate of 3 (Mo
per cent, per annum, and on ordinary
deposits at tho rato of 3 1-2 per cent,
per annum, frco of taxes, and payable
on and after Tuesday, January 2, 1I0J.
J. DALZELL DROWN,
8271 2w Manager.
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN 80
CIETY. 526 California 8t, San Francisco.
For the hnlf cpnr f.mllnv tw-mk..
31. 1905. n dividend linH linen iliMan..i
at tho. rato of thrco and ell-tenths
(3G-10) per cent per annum on all de-
nOSits. frco nf tilxns nm-nhln nn an.1
tftor Tuesday. January 2, 1905. Divi
dends not called for aro added to and
bear tho samo rate of Interest as tho
principal from January 1, 1906.
Wo tako this method of notifying
mo puuuc mat an accounts due us
which nro not settled within sixty days
from dnto will bo placed In tho handa
of an attorney for collection.
THE PORTER FURNITURE CO,
Por K. II. PORTER.
Honolulu, January 2, 1906. 3275-tf,
All accounts owing tho Coyne Fnrot
ture Co., Ltd., must bo paid In sixty
days from date. All unpaid account
after this dato will bo placed In tha
hands of an attorney for collection.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
8275-tf Dy A. COYNE.
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