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EVnNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATUIUIAY, MARCH 3, 1908.
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Burial Insurance It at Important and beneficial In Its way ai life
It costs but little Jo Join the HARRISON MUTUAL DURIAL AS
SOCIATION. Just $6.00 membership 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 24c.
Everything connected with the business of the Association Is open
to the most searching examination. Neither agnett 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
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wv1.1v.-17 viii.i, ." v.v.,v. . -...in
HERE 20 PER CENT. LESS THAN YOU CAN FROM OTHER w
HERE ARE PRICES ON SHINGLES THAT Q
Talk Fop Themselves J
NO. 1. 52 CLEAR SHINGLES Stt.50 PER M.
No. 2. 62 STARR 8HINGLES SvI.liS PER M.
OTHER MATERIAL JUST AS CHEAP. BIG STOCK OF 9
DOORS (Northwest and Cedar), SCREEN DOORS, 8ASH AND am
DUILDERS' HARDWARE. J
C. B. REYNOLDS.
ALAKEA STREET, MAUKA 6AILORS' HOME.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
In accordance with tho provisions
of it certain mortgage nmilo by 12. II
KEKAPAI, mortgagor, of Walakoa, Ku
la, Island of Maul, Hawaiian Islands,
to Chas. Lennox, of Maul aforesaid,
mortgagee, dated tho 17th day of July,
A, I). liiuo, and recorded In the Hawai
ian Heglstry of Conveyances In Liber
207 on pages 447 and 448, and which
t.nld mortgago was by tho said Chas.
Lennox, sold, assigned and transferred
unto Ilclnrlch Stroubock, of Walluku,
Maul, by Indenture of assignment dot
d the 3rd day of April, A. I). 1901 and
recorded In tho Hawaiian Heglstry of
Conveyances In Liber 214, on pages
499 and S00: Notice Is hereby given
that tho said Helnrlch Streubcck, as
signee of eald mortgago as aforesaid,
Intends to forccloso the sumo for
conditions broken, to-wlt: non-payment
of principal and Interest.
Notice Is likewise given that after
tho expiration of three (3) consccutlvn
weeks from tho data of the publication
of this notice, the said assignee of said
mortgage Intends to and will foreclose
the same, and will advertlso for sale
tho property covered nnd conveyed
therein, nnd will sell tho same at pub
lic auction at the front door of the
law offices of James L. Coke, In tho
town of Walluku, Island and County of
Maul, Territory of Hawaii, on Tups
day, the 20th day of March, A. D. 1U0G,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The following Is tho description of
All of those certain promises de
scribed In Iloyal Patent (Grant) No
1209 to Kapal, situated at Walakoa
Kula, Islan dand County of Maul, Tar
rltory of Hawaii, and bounded and de
every sufferer can afford it.
Ask your druggist for It today.
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scribed as follows:
Commencing nt tho North West cor
ncr of Mnla's Innd formerly purcbasod
by him, bctweon tho gulcb and lu li
ning: S. 79 1 2 V 9.27 Chains along gulch
to Its North edgo;
N 25 i:., 17.20 Chains along Govern
ment land, thenco to Nahaa's
N. 31 1-2' i:., 4.14 Chains;
K. 77 3-4 K-, 2.98 Chains;
S. 79 3-4 K., 7.C8 Chains;
N. 05" E-, 5.C9 Clinlns; and
N, 12' i:., 2.21. Chains thenco along
S. SO 1-4' E., 7.05 Chains;
8. 78 1-2" E 8.94 Chains, thenco
8. II 1-1 W, 21.20 Chains along,
Government's land to gulch ad
joining Main's land, thence along
N. 87 1-4" W., 9.G4 Chains;
S. 87 3-4' W-, 1.81 Chains;
N. C21-2 W., 8.94 Chains;
8. S5 V 7.02 Chains to place of
Containing C3.88 Acres moio
Further particulars can bo had of
James L. Coko, attorney for Helnrlch
Streubcck, the asslgnco of said mort
gage, at his law ofllco In Walluku, Isl
and of Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated at Walluku, T. H., February
Asslgnco of Mortgago Aboe De
scribed. 3310 Feb. 17, 21; Mar. 3, 10,
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No, N. uni;rftfna,
1. Invito jour - If you wish. It Is
""Mi. but It linn a white .
-. TIil i anient l nil rlRlit except
lli.1t It hns no . I never drcnuil
tlicro wan so much mlvhlcf .
a It Is u very set. to mo It
a saucer. Hrlng soino for the
Vi, t Word 1'iifftlr,
Vour pnria hae I of vnrlnl rounds.
The ier of kings In m abounds.
My riniT ! felt nt from nboc,
A klml of fear that mated nlth lovef
My srroxo s Been in meltlnft snowa;
My TimiD n hardy cereal grows.
My roniTti la called n cheering cup.
Now telrnfy tonoLR or give mo up.
Au, in.nntra of I'nmtm Hunk.
The nnswer to ench of thoc deflnl
tlons will be tin- name of n well known
book or piny.
1. A red portion of the nlphabct.
2. A beautiful white stone und t
3. Thn houso of a relative named
4. The friend of both of tut.
C. A building where Hour I made, ou
n rh or.
0 A song of a great holiday.
7. Vegetable growths from an nnclvnl
8 A story of more tbun oue city,
Ku. 11. Fmmril Want ffqnnr.
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rrnme: 1 to 2. a name by which the
front weed Is rnllnt; 3 to 4, a storm
with falling snow; f o (1, n shop
where books are sold; 7 to 8, spar form
ed Into the shape of drop.
Incloied Word Siiunre: 1. The name
of n rold nubatiiuce, crystals of which
late In autumn shoot from the cracked
bark of the plnut named by the letters
from 1 to 2. 2. To study. 3. To ter
minate. Ku. lX-Whnt niTtrr
Wlint American rlcr Is represented
by tho picture
Ono letter remains.)
1. Rubtrnct stiff from cold.
2. Subtract uu insect from need.
3. Subtract tho whole from an en
trance. 4. Hubtrait roguish from the name of
G. Kubtruit a lyric poem from to pre
Tfa. H. nlmnl I'uixlr.
Each dellultlon mimes uu animal.
1. To endure.
2. To follow persistently.
3. To close a letter w Itli wux.
4. To bother or tease.
B. A masshe work of stone to defend
a port from the sea.
Ttitt '1 rouble.
Mrs. Plreui Quick I'm worrying
about that new cook.
Mr. Quick What's tho mntter
nfrald she won't stny
Mrs. Tlrem Quick No; I'm nfrald
she won't go. Ilrooklyn L'ugle.
Nobody goes n fur us the man who
does not know where he Is going.
lv)' to Mir I'usaler.
No. L Dhinioiul: 1.
1 Tow er. 4. Keg. 5. It.
No. 2. Illustrated Numerical Hnlg-
ma: Pictured words Wheel, disk, tliirt,
thong, study, third, hunt, Irons. ''He
that Is giddy thinks tho world turns
No. 3 Diagonal:
C o r t k n
o Y n a t x
s t a R o n
v s i r U l
A 11 B X S S
No. 4. Easy TleheadmenU: 1. Score,
core, ore. 2. Rmall, mall, all.
No. D. Addltlous: Cow-1, morse-I,
cur-l, mode-1, pear-1, bow-l, how-1, ea
No. a Enigma: Ilrldge.
No. 7. Definitions: 1. Juniper, 2.
Iclclt. 3. FtrclcnL 4. Frstoon. B.
Ihc strength of the order of th(
Kulghts of 1' thins toduy muat bo no
credited to tho uniform rank, snjs the
Tythlan. This Is the only rank of thn
order that advertises it to the outside
world. Tills rank was added to tho
onter by n resolution Introduced lu the
supreme lodge In 1877, and on Aug
80, 1878, the supremo lodge mado It n
legal nnd lioun tide rank of the Knights
Tho growth of the endowment rnuk
during the pnst three months has been
more marked than that of any like
period since tho organization of this
department of the order.
The first temple of the ltathbonc Sis
ters wns Instituted at Wnrsaw, Ind.,
Oct. 23, 1SSS. The order has a mem
bership of 00,000 sisters nnd 40,000
knights In forty-eight states, territories
Arc you n working mcmbcf of the
order Aro you lutcreted In Its con
tinued growth? The member who In
fluences others to take out member
shlpi Is better lu every way for so
The Knight of Tytlilas, jurisdiction
of Nbrtli and South America, Kurope,
Asia. Africa and Australia, Is com
rKxeil of colored men nnd hn no con
nection either directly or Indirectly or
lu imy manner or foim with the order.
VvU i w.3l vil. I II I vy
The new Hrooklyn Masonic temple
will be sTfuafedfaf Hie northeast corner'
of Ijifuyette and Clcrnmnt avenues and
when completed will bo n building of i
unusually simple nnd monumental !
character, says the Miuoulc Htnuditrd.
The most noticeable tenure of Its de
sign !i n colossal Ionic colonnade, buck
of which nro situated the Icxlgo roum
stories. Tills rests upon n simple stylo
bate, of which the only enrichment Is
NEW IIIIOOKLT.N THJIftU
formed by the three entrance. In Its
main proportions the building Is almost
nu exact cube, so that when seen lu
pcrspectho Its breiidlh will be empha
sized rather than Its height. Thu teiu
plo will contain three floors deoted to
lodge rooms, tuo of the latter with ac
cessories on eaili lloor. Tim first story I
Is to be mi assembly room, seating,
with Its gallery, approximately l,(x
persons. In the basement will be a
biiniuet hull nnd serving rooms. The
construction of the building Is to be
Minneapolis lodge, No. 10, lllnnenp- i
oils, has 1,000 members. Garden Clty
lodge. No. 141, Chicago, has 1,008 mem
bers. Iho fund for the erection of n monu- '
ment ier the grave of Past Grand
Master Daniel I). Thompklus of New
York now amounts to over $0,000.
'Iho shunting ami scraping of feet lu
spprowil Is very tin-Masonic within
lodge, and It Is to be hoped that the
musters In whose lodges It occurs will
gently udtnonlKli the offenders when
iicvessary. It Is u bail custom nnd bus '
nothing to recommend It. Johannes
burg Masonic Ilevlcw.
'J be supreme council, southern Juris-1
diction, has Kill Lodges of Perfection,
with 2.'l,l7.'l members; 70 chapters of
i.osu i mix, wiui .ir.-jiii iiie:iiii(i-s; isi
councils of Kadosh, with lll.'.'OH mem
bers; "i p.irtlciilnr nnd three gnind eon
Sistorles. with n membership of 111, l!)H.
Chlrngi council. It. and 8. M.. reeently
(vlelimtwl Its llftleth iiiiulvcnuir. A
feature of the eeut wns the Jubilee
class of llfly nindldates,
The i-evi n 1 1. g t U"i rvutiun lruive
tvJh.il me .ibe"-:i ps exieed linss)
l'eiiii..vlv.iula, liidUiin. Neu Via'!-. New
Jciv-iy, Ohio, Cilifornl.i mil Mas-.ieliu-sells-h.ul
n lo'.ul tribal iiu'IuIh-!' h ; of
l'.i".i:il uu Iho llrt or last coll r. i .ti.
r more Hum three-fifth of the entile
trlh.il iiiemliershlp of the nnli-r.
TI.e Litest npoils show there lire
oter 3,000 tribes of Hed Men lu this
There are oter 2.1,000 act ho mem
bers In tho New Jersey reservation and
4,0ml members of the Degreo of Poca
hontas. Isaac Davis lias been chief of records
of Lenl I.eunpe tribe of 'Philadelphia
for over thirty-five great suns.
The members constitute a quorum
for the transaction of business except
that no wampum shall bo appropriated
with only a quorum present without
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Pure blood makes tho skin
cloar, smooth, hoalthy.
Impure hlooJ blotches tho skin with
pimples, sores, boil;, ecietna, eruptions.
Mr. (1. V. ilurtner, Keeiletown, Vs., tells
of the bad condition he was In, snd how
he n as cured ly
"Shortly sfter leatlng coltfRe, I
troubled with a kln iliMiie which showed
lulf flrtt st the miklrs. l'lijilclans pro.
Bounced It eucuu, ami ttrattd me for that
complaint. The eruption crept llowljr up
mjr'llmbs, and on tho Imtljr, until It enrel
oped tlio whole frame. It gavo me Infinite
trouble,ltlironitant itching, ratling off of
tlrjrtca'r,andasratery liquid which would
eiude from under the scales. 1 treated It
for nrer three years unsuccessfully, and was
unable to check It until 1 began using Arer'a
rvtnaarllla. t ued three tattles of this
medicine, and was completely cured my
akin tircomlng aa smooth and clear as
There are many imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
MORTOAGEE'8 NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE AND OF 8ALE.
In pursuance ol tho power of sale
rontnlnlng in that certain mortgage
made by Solomon Aiohlkea Kualmoku
nnd wife, of South Kona, Island and
Territory of Hawaii, Mortgagor, to J
Alfred Magoon of Honolulu, County ol
Oaliu, Territory of Hawaii, Mortgageo
dated the 2Sth day of May, A. D. 1903
nnd .recorded In tho Heglstry Office
Oaliu, in Liber 2S2, pages 191-2-3; no
lire Is hereby ghen that the said Mort
gagee Intends to forccloso snld mort
gago for condition broken, to-wlt: the
non-pa) ment of Interest when due, and
notice is hereby further given that the
property covered by said mortgage
Kill bo sold at public auction at the
auction rooms of Will i:. l-'Isher, cornet
of Queen and Port Streets, Honolulu
County of Oaliu, aforesaid on Monday,
tho 12th day of March, A. 1). 190C, at
12 o'clock in. of said day,
Dated Honolulu, February 1C, 190C
J. ALKHL'D MAUOON,
The property described in said mort
gig and tu be bold aforesaid consists
KIItST All the laud described lu
itoyal Patent 2U24 tu Kualmoku; area
XXi.lo acres, situate at Pahochoo II 3
tiouth Kona aforesaid.
SECOND All tho land described In
Iloyar Patent 2025 ((IranO to Pumca
lanl, area ltiu.S acies, situate at Pa
lioehoe 1) 1, South Kona nforesald.
THIHD Ono-thlrd undivided In and
to one-half uudlvldcd of tho Innd do-
sell bed In Itoyal Patent 1973 (Uraut)
to K. Pahua, area 241 acres, situato at
Waohc, South Kona aforesaid.
lOUHTH Onulhlrd undivided of
thu land described in Hoyal l'nten't
C'JOl, Awnrd 7494, tu Keltuulu, area 6
icrcs, situate at Kaoho aforesaid.
ITrTII Ono third undivided of that
parcel of land situate at Palama, Conn
ty of Oaliu aforesaid, coin-eyed to Lu
kla Kualmoku by deed of Hawaii Lan.d
Company, Limited, dated May 18. 1900.
and iccorded in said office in Liber
C09, pago 151. Said land being known
s lot 4, Palama Tract, and containing
an area of muw square feet.
SIXTH Ono-thlrd undivided of all
Iho lands situate nt Walalua, County
oi uanu aroresaiu, more particularly
Described In leuso of said Lukla Kual
moku tu tho Walaluu Agricultural
Company, Limited, dated February 13,
t'juu, ami recorded in said office in
Liber 202, on page 424, as follows:
(A) That certain piece or parcel
of land situate nt Paukaulla descrlb
I'd In Itoyal Patent 588 to Kealllhu
luhulu, containing an ana of 3.G
(11) An undivided 2-5 interest in
Itoyal Patent (Grant) No. 1090 to W.
Chamberlain; area 5.5 acres.
(C) Apana 1 und 2 of Hoyal Pat
ent 1337 (C-rant) to Kalaikuwaha;
area C.ll acres.
SEVENTH All tho right, title
inn interest or said mortgagor In and
(o all other lands and nremlses bo.
longing to the estate of said Lukla Ku
almoku wherever situated.
KICinTH All tho cattle nnd live
Block running on said lands consisting
or ;j emtio and G horses and also all
tho light, title and Interest of said
mortgagor lu and to all the money,
goons, cnatteis, circcts, chnses in ac
tion nnd other personal property be
longing to the cstute of said Lukla Ku
almokii at the time of her death and
all Buch property belonging to said es
tato In the hands of tlie'admtnlstratoi
at tho time of tho execution of said
mortgago or thereafter.
NINTH All those Indentures ol
leaso assigned to said mortgagor b)
doed of J. W. Kualmoku, dated Sep
tember 20, 1902,
For proporty paitlculsrB, apply to
Magoon and IJghtfoot, attorneys for"
mortgagee or to Will E. Fisher, Auc
tioneer, 2310- ?eb. 17, 21; Mar. 3, 10.
lllank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
Your dealer will tell you that
the QUALITY of Swift's
PREMIUM Hams has given
them their large DEMAND.
"U. S. Inspected" branded on
Swift 6. Company, U.S.A.
If your grocer cannot supply
you, enquire of
Theo. H, Davies & Co,,
T--Vy tVj 50UN
"LAFE" SHAFER, THE WIDELY KNOWN TRAINER of Zephyr, 2:11, Beau-
scant, 2:12, and Terrace Queen, 2:06, says:
J. C. McKlnney, Prop. Tltusvlllo, Pn Dec. 22.
I used "Save-the-Horso" all tho past season. Klrst, on a bad splint closo
up to knee, horso very Inmo nrter fast work; could see decided improve
ment after a few days' uso; in a week's time, lameness all disappeared.
Used with equal success on a bowed tendon; at present am treating a horse
that bowed n tendon three enrs ago was n bad' caso, was fired and bllB
terod, but still went lame; have used a bottlo and am still using "Savo-tho-Horse;"
the enlargement has gono down almost one-half, horso going sound
and I firmly believe will race again. A friend of mine had a horso that
bowed a tendon last spring; by tho use of your great remedy, kept his rac
ing all fall, gave him a record better than 2:05. Tendon is straight and
sound ns It over was. Think it tho greatest remedy on earth for n bad leg
of any description. Hespcctfully yours, L. D. SHAKER, Farm's Trainer.
"Save-the-Horso" Permanently Cures Spavin, Ringbone (except low Ring,
bone), Curb, Thorouahpln, Splint, Shoe Boll, Wind Puff, Injured Tendons and
all lameness without scar or toss of hair. Horse may work as usual.
CS AA per uoU1- Written guarantee ns binding to protect you ns
JUD.UU tl10 ue8t 0aI talent could make It. Bend for copy nnd book
let At druggists and dealers or express paid. Scores of let
ters to confirm nnd convince. Send for copies. Absolute and overwhelming
evidence and ccrtnlntles ns to the unfailing power of "Save-the-Horso."
TROY CHEMICAL COMPANY
BINGHAMTON, N. Y. Formerly Troy, N. Y.
Trado supplied by tho Hobron Drug Co. nnd the Holllster Drug Co., Ho
nolulu. The Relief and Burial I Association.
We now make our first assessmen t of one dollar to replenish our rcserva
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 Ufa
i, member has paid In assessments, say, $20.00 or $30 00, this amount with at
much more, will be refunded, and the Funeral and Burial expenses are all
saved to the family of the deceased member.
for the sum of $5 50 yr'ir family Is protected In the hour of sad distress.
RELIEF AND BURIAL ASS'N.
1120 Fort Street.
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