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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUnDAY, FEU. 24, 1808.
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liver are affected,
No. 9i) Iilon St., San Fkascisco, Cal., Dec. 0, 1503.
I am happy ami pleawl to nttett to the value of Wine of CnrJttl for pros-
retire mothrrs, I took it for three month heforo inr darling b.iby caruo and
lufferi-c no little pain I fi'lt I i an exception. Th child it happy and
henltbv nnl th tunnhino of my life. I had hardly any trouble after the was
buro.andaftcrrteTrndaysv.il up doing my entire homework and feeling
better than 1 had felt for yean. I am the emy of my neighbors becunm of the
unuiually h.ilihy child I have and became I uotsrhad a lick daytnjielf. I
sire ire entire, credit to tt ino ol i.-miut,
for I was tnUr, palo nl thin before I took
it, but nine I lute ued it I have leen la
perfect health, barn gained fourteen
pounds and enjoy life as never before
Tuscola, Ills., Nov. 15, 1005. i
TKOY CHEMICAL CO, I
Illnghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs: YourB of Nov. 11th, ask
ing about results with "Save-the-
Horse" Spavin Curo received cstcrday
and In reply can say that I had n driv
ing horse with a bony growth on ono
of bis front knees so bad that the leg
was stiff and had to bo moved side
ways to go. My attention was called
to "Save-tho-Horso" Spavin Curo by
my asking my druggist for something
that would help or curo It, and ho call
ed my attention to this remedy and
guarantee. I was fearful that It had
been too long standing to bo cured,
and had him write tho company and
see what they thought about tho case.
In n short tlmo got letter from tho
company to sell mo the Cure on tho
guarantee, bo I brought it out, ami
commenced uslne It as directed, and
did not notice any effect for ten days
then a dlmlnlsbment could bo seen,
and before I bad used all tho mcdlclno
could not notlco a particle of lame
ness and the enlargement had nearly
all gone. Have been using tho horso
all tho time since, and notice no lamo
nesa In that leg whatever. I would
not have believed any nicOlclne could
have done tho work so effectually. I
have recommended It to several neigh
bors and think "Save-thc-Horso" Is tin
excelled. Yours sincerely,
P. J. GATES.
1& Vi m n U
"Save-the-Horse" Permanently Cures Spavin, Ringbone (except low Ring
bone), Curb, Thorouohpin, Splint, Shoe Doll, wind Puff, Injured Tendons and
all lamenett without scar or loss of hair. Horse may work as usual.
K on ner bottlo. Written guarantee as binding to protect you as
vO.UU tho best legal talent could mnko It. Send for copy and book
let. At drugglBts and dealers or express paid Scores of letters to confirm
and convince. Send for copies. Absolute nnd 'overwhelming evidence and
certainties as to the unfailing power of "Save-the-Horse."
TROY CHEMICAL COMPANY
BINOHAMTON, N. Y. Formerly Troy, N. Y.
Trade supplied by the Hobron Drug Co. and tho Holllster Drug Co., Ho
YOU CAN BUY
HERE 20 PER CENT. LESS THAN YOU CAN FROM OTHER
HERE ARE PRICES ON 8HINGLE8 THAT
Talk Fop Themselves
NO. 1. 52 CLEAR SHINGLES SJ1.50 PER M.
No. 2, 62 STARR 8HINOLES S3.'5 PER M.
OTHER MATERIAL JUST AS CHEAP. BIG STOCK OP
DOORS (Northwest and Cedar), SCREEN DOORS, 8A8H AND
C. B. REYNOLDS.
The Belief and
We now make our first assesimen t of one dollar to replenish our reserve
fund; this fund Is Independent of our relief fund; from this fund the Funeral
and Burial expenses of deceased members are drawn.
Remember, we will refund your heirs or whoever else Is entitled to It,
every dollar that you may have deposited with us during life; If during life
a member has paid In assessments, say, $20.00 or $30 00, this amount with as
much mqre, will be refunded, and the Funeral and Burial expenses are all
aved to the family of the deceased member.
For the sum of $5 SO your family Is protected In the hour of sad distress.
RELIEF AND BURIAL ASS'N.
J 120 Fort Street.
Help for Mothers
Any woman who h suffering disordered
menstruation, bearing down pains, nervous
ness, or whose life b made desolate by
barrenness, can have the rarr.e relief Mrs.
Vincent secured, by taking Wine of Cardui
in the privacy of her home. No physician's
treatment necessy. This pure VVine com
mends itself to every suffering woman.
Will you go to your druggist todry and
secure the same relief Mrs. Vincent writes
about? When the stomach, bowe's or
Thedford's Black-Draught should be used.
Sonnyiid Mother's Club
Maninroncck, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1005.
THOY CHEMICAL CO.,
Blnghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen: About eighteen months
ago I had a black horse with n bone
spavin. I had her fired and blistered
several times and It did not seem to
do one bit of good. One day a horse
trainer told mo ho thought "Save-the-Horso"
might do blm some good. I
tried It and after using half a bottle
I found my horse was perfectly sound
again. The rest of the bottlo I used
on another horso that had n largo
shoe-boll, and In a short time the shoe
boil disappeared. Yours very truly,
! 122 Wintleld Ave.
I Ilurllngton, Iowa, Nov. 14, 1905.
1 The case on which I used "Save-tho-Horse"
was a bog spavin of six
months standing. I applied one-half
of a bottlo and tho hock la now clean
and sound. I think "Savo-the-Horso"
fills a long felt want. Very respectful
ly. WALTER C. MOOHE.
MAUKA BAILOR8' HOME.
o. 1. Dlnmantl,
1. A letter In winter
'-'. A fntnrltp domestic animal.
3. To ilc mid bang otcr otlict ob
4. A sinnll cnk or barrel.
C. A letter In winter.
No. 2t-llln(rnrl .nmrrlrfi1 Hnlffmn,
In till numerical enigma the wordt
are pictured InMend of described
When the eight object have bcoc
rightly guessed mid the thirty-sever,
letters net down In proper order thej
will form n quotation from rMinUe
spenrc. St. Nlrlioln.
n. II. lllMRnnnl.
0 0 O O
0 0 00
1. An nnclent chest.
2. To turn around swiftly.
3. Pertaining to certain famous
mountains In Europe.
4. To render lluen stiff.
u. Tho chief of a religious order of
Diagonals, from left to right down
ward, name a celebrated Island of the
No, 4, Hnnr llehctlninta,
1. llohcnd mi account uud leave the
heart; again and leave metal In n min
2. Ilchead trifling and leave a public
walk; again nnd leave everything.
An, R. Adillllnna.
Add a ctrtnln letter.
And the ftume each time,
Making all the changes
Noted In this rh)me.
Change a bemt domeitlo
To a kind of hood;
Change a brooch of slher
To a bit of food.
Change a northleta mongrel
To u coll of hair;
Change a wuy or method
To a pattern fulr.
Change a fruit delicious
To n gem at with;
Change a knot of ribbon
.To an earthen dlah.
Change n common adverb -
To n Mailing cry;
Change n useful organ
To h title high.
I am made by civil engineers, by
soldiers, by dentists mid sometimes by
Jack Frost. I am composed of wood,
or Iron, or ropes, or stone, or Ice, or
bone. Sometimes I mn Immovable,
sometimes I swny from side to side,
sometimes 1 swing back and forward,
sometimes I am lifted and lowered nnd
sometimes I am played at un evening
1. I It I J E U X An etergreeu cone
2. C I L E 0 I A pendant lnnss of
3. C A L I 0 A It r-l!clongiug to n
4. T E S O I" X O-A kind of wreath.
f. I, I II V It I-A small liber.
II' .Vi Mrunn.
Allco-i-Oh. dear, tho diamond In my
engagement ring linn u (law In It!
Irvln lnke no notice, darling. I.ovo
should bo blind, you know, ,
Alice Yes, but It doesn't have to be
She Is my hut on straight!
He I presume It Is on tho way you
want It. It Is not on liorlniutnl.
Key lu the Pussier.
Xo. 403. l'l: 1. Villain, rascal, rough.
2. Hero. 3. Itcformer. 4. Philanthro
pist. Xo. 40L Itlddlemerec: Howells.
Xo. 4(lTi. Two ruinous Men: 1. Abra
ham Lincoln. 2. Xapoleon Itoiiupnrte.
Xo. 400. Educated Horse I'liszle:
Ed. Xed. Rny. Will. Jo. Tim. Tom.
Dan. Iteg. Hen.
Xo. 407. Connected Squnres:
I) n A v K OIF. An
II A V K If LEAVE
AVERT K A V K S
A n K A TAUT
XIAR A II K A
Q ,A II B A II K A L
Xo. 408. Geographical Puzzle: Xew
No. 400,-Mlsslng Words: Tlirsugtv
sough, boughs, though, rouzh, trough,
cough, enough, thorough.
Xo. 410. Central Syncopations: 1.
Bo-l-ar, soar, 2, Ho-u-se, rose,
Xo. 411. A Few Cats: 1. Cnttsrati
(us. 2. CattegaL 3. Cat-o-nIne-taI).
4. Catacombs. S. Catalonia, 8. Cats.
If you have been very III, and are not
recovering at fast at you eipected,
Ayer't Saruparilla will make your blood
pure and will give you strength and
Mrs. II. McShine, Holart, semis this let
ter, lth her photograph:
"After recovering from a long attack of
typhoid foter I tuflered from a poor appe
tite and great depression, and was so eak
1 could hardly walk. Having teen
advertised at such a good blood url(lr
and general tonic, I thought I ouId try It.
I did so, and toon my old strength came
back, my appetite returned, and before 1
had finished the tcrond bottle I could do
all my ork just m well as before."
Thoro are many Imitation
Be sure you got "AYER'S."
ATXtt'S riLLS,lh.b.trmllr Uaitlfe.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
In accordance with tho provisions
of a certain murtgago made by E. 11
KKKAPAI, mortgagor, of Walakoa, Ku
la. Island of Maul, Hawaiian Islands
to Chas. Lennox, of Maul aforesaid,
mortgagee, dated tho 17th day of July,
A, U. 1900, ami recorded In tho liawai
Ian Heglttry of Conveyances In Llbci
207 on pages 447 and 448, and which
said mortgago was by tho said Chas.
Lennox, sold, assigned nnd transferred
unto Hclnrlch Streubcck, of Walluku,
Maul, by indenture of assignment dat
ed tho 3rd day of April, A. D. 1901 and
recorded In the Hawaiian ileglstry of
Conveyances In Liber 214, on pages
499 nnd GOU: Notlco is hereby given
that tho oald Hclnrlch Streubcck, as
signed of said mortgago as aforcsaldi
Intends to foreclose tho same for
conditions broken, to-wlt: non-pay'
ment of principal and Interest.
Notlco Is llkewlso given that after
the expiration of thrco (3) cousccutlvo
weeks from tho dato of the publication
of this notice, tho said atslgneo of said
mortgago Intends to and will foreclose
tho same, and will advertise for salo
tho property covered and conveyed
therein, and will sell tho samo at pub
lic auction at tho front door of the
law offices of Jnmes L. Coke, In tho
town of Walluku, Island and County of
Maul, Territory of Hawaii, on Tus
day, the 20th day of March, A. I). 1000,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day,
Tho following Is the description of
All of thoso certain promises de
scribed In Iloyal Patent (Grant) Ni
1209 to Kapal, situated at Walakoa,
Kula, Islan dand County of Maul, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and bounded and de
scribed as follows:
Commencing at tho North West cor
tier of Mala's land formerly purchased
by him, between tho gulch and run
S. 79 1-2 W., 9.27 Chnins along gulch
to lis North edge;
K'. 25 E., 17.20 Chains along Govern
ment land, thence to Nahaa's
K. 31 1-2" E., 4.14 Chains;
K. 77 3-4 n., 2.98 Chains;
8. 79 3-4 E., 7.U8 Chains;
N. G5 E., 5.69 Chains; nnd
N. 12 I-:., 2.21 Chains thence along
S. SO 1-4 E., 7.05 Chains;
S. 78 1-2 E., 8.94 Chains, thenco
r'.. 141-4 W-. 21.20 Chains along
Government's' land to gulch ad
joining Mala's land, thence along
N. 87 1-4 V 9.51 Chains';
8. 87 3-1 W., 1.84 Chains;
N. 02 1-2 W 8.91 Chalna;
S. 85 W 7.02 Chains to placo of
Containing C3.88 Acres moro
Further particulars can bo bad of
Jnmes L. Coke, attorney for Ilelurlch
Streubcck, tho assignee of said mort
gage, at his law office In Walluku, Isl
and of Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated at Walluku, T. II., February
Assignee of Mortgago Above Do-
3310 Feb. 17. 24; Mar. 3, 10.
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I ! u sin live smwiu"
2q( or poUoiiOUt).
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L'irri) Mt en rtu
. me, u miliar.
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civ kjS'5"?" jm Ky
Bacon is unexcelled in
FLAVOR. Appetizing for
Fall and Winter Break
fasts. Ask your dealer
for Swift's PREMIUM.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
If your grocer
you, enquire of
Theo. K, Davies & Co.
Durlal Insurance Is as Important and beneficial In Its way as life
It costs but little to Join the HARRISON MUTUAL DURIAL A8
SOCIATtON. Just $6.00 membtrship fee and a very occasional as.
sessment of one dollar when extraordinary emergency so demands.
Since the Association was formed 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 than 2 2-3e. .
Everything connected with the business of the Association Is open
to the most searching examination. Neither agnets nor officers of
the organization receive remuneration from the monies collected, the
Association's Income being used solely for burial purposes.
For further particulars apply to
Secretary's Office, 134 BERETANIA ST. 'PHONE MAIN 411.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Wafer
A. New Man In Every Bottle.
r-OR 8ALH BVERYWIIElin
McPARLANE&Co Sole Agents.
02-, FORT ST., I.
O. O. F. Dldg. &. 151
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS, House furniture of all
Kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
ilshed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borer supplied on short notice.
Offlct, GREEN HOUSE, 8. King nr. WalKlkl road. Tel. Whits 2401,
HOTEL ST., oppoalts YOUNG Hotel.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE. OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE AND OF SALE.
In pursuance o( tho power of sals
containing in that certain mortgago
made b Solomon Alohlken Kiialtnoku
mid wife, of South Konn, Island and
Territory of Hawaii, Mortgagor, to 1.
Alfred Mngoon of Honolulu, County ot
Oalut, Territory of Hnuall, Mortga'goo,
dated the 28th day of Mny, A U. 190S,
and recorded in tho Ileglstry Office.
Oahu, In Ltbvr 252, pages 191-2-3; no
tice is hereby given that thu said Mort
gagee Intends to foreclose said mort
gage for condition broken, to-wlt: tho
non-payment of Interest when duo, and
notice Is hereby further git en that tho
property .covered by said mortgago
will be sold at public auction at tho
auction rooms of Will E. Fisher, corner
Dr ijueen nnd Fort Streets, Honolulu.
County of Onhu, aforesaid on Monday;
tho 1.2th day of March, A. D. 1900, at
12 o'clock m. of said day.
Dated Honolulu, February 15. 1006.
J. ALFltED MACJOON
The property described In said mort
gage and to be sold aforesaid consliu
FIIIST All the land described la
Iloyal Patent 2024 to Kiiatmoku; area
S83.26 acres, situate at l'ahochoo 11 3,
South Kona aforesaid.
SECOND All the land described la l
Iloyal l'atcnt 202G (Urant) to l'utuea
laid, area 160.G acres, situate at l'a
hoehoe II 1, South Konn aforesaid,
THIItD One-third undivided In and,
to one-half undivided of the laud de
scribed In Iloyal Patent 1973 (Urnnt)
to K. Pahua, area 241 acres, mutate- at
Kaohe, South Kona aforesaid.
FOUItTH Onothlrd undltldcd ot
the land described In Iloyal Patent
C001, Award 7t!M, to Kckntila, area S
icrcs, sltuato at Kaohe aforesaid.
FIFTH One-third undivided of that
parcel of land sltuato at Pataina, Coun
ty of Oahu aforesaid, conveyed to Lu
Ida Kualmoku by deed of Hawaii Land
Company, Limited, dated May IS, l'JOO.
nnd recorded In said office lu Llbor
E0J. page 101. Said land being known
as lot 4, Falatna Tract, und containing
an area of 84000 squaro feet.
SIXTH One-third Undivided ot all
tho lands sltuato at Wnlalua, County
di uanu aforesaid, moro particularly
described In lease of said Lukla Kual
moku to tho wnlnltift Agricultural
Company, Limited, dutcd February 13.
rjuo, and recorded In said otflco la.
Liber 202, on pago 424, as follows: '
(A) That certain pleco or parcel
of land sltuato at Paukatilta describ
ed In Iloyal Patent C88 to Kealllhu
luliulu, containing an area of 3.C
(II) An undivided 2-S Interest la
Iloyal Patent (Grant) No. 1090 to W.
Chamberlain; area 5.G acres.
(C) Apana 1 and 2 of Iloyal Pat
ent 1337 (Ornnt) to Kalalkawaha;
area C.ll acres.
SEVENTH All tho right, till
and Interest of said mortgagor In and
to all other lands and premises be
longing to the estnte of said Lukla Kiv
almoku wherever sltuntcd.
EIGHTH All tho cattlo and 1It
stock running on Bald lands consisting '
of 23 cattlo and C horses uud also all
tho right, tltlo nnd Interest ot said
mortgagor In and to all tho money.'
goods, chattels, effects, chased In ac
tion nnd other personal property be
longing to tho cstnto of said LuMu Ku
almoku at tho tlmo of her death and
all such property belonging to said es
tate In tho hands of the administrator
at tho time of the execution of said
mortgage or thereafter.
NINTH All those Indentures ot
leato assigned to said mortgagor by
deed of J. W. Kualmoku, dated Sep
tember :C, 1902,
For proporty paitlculors, appty to
Magoon and Ltghtfoot, attorneys for
mortgagee, or to Will E. Fisher, Auc
tioneer. 8310- ?eb. 17, 24; Mnr. 3, 10.
HU ST ED'S 1906-7 DIRECTORY.
Announcement will bo made through
the press of tho nrrlval of the inaua
gcr (within n few weeks). Meatitimo
patrons nnd the general public nr
warned that no one except the under
signed lu authorized to enntass any part
of the city or territory either for namw
of residents, adtertlslng or subscrip
tions for the I'jOC-7 Issue ot Hustcd's
Directory of .Honolulu. J, D. Avery, 4
Young Hotel, Financial Agent. Ha
waiian News Co., Ltd.. sales nuents.
ihat suits everyone's taste Is the ona
served by the
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W. G LET,
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WAIKIKI SIDE 8MITH ST.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHL
Good Workmanship, Work Completed
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and l.SO a week
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113 HOTEL STREET nr. FORT ST..
OF FINE JEWELRY ,
NOW ON DISPLAY.