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EVKNlNd nUU.RTIN, HONOLULU, 1 H.. WKDNESDAY, MAtlCH 21, 1908.
The Liitle Ads with the Big Results
See PuRo S, N2W TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
SPECIAL NOTICES. SITUATIONS WArVTISD
BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
STOUU-Fort Street, occupancy
Ayr II lit. 135.
HOUSE I bedrooms, Klnau St $35.
OFFICES In modern building. King
street near Fort, J15 nnd I2U.
3 paying properties on Young street
Will sell separately.
Itesldcnco on Pcnsacola street wltli
stables, poultry run, etc. Fine plaoc
lor chicken fancier.
Fine residence with large lot King
Street 3 bedrooms.
DISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Furnished housekeeping rooms with
gas; also S-room furnished lottngc
Inquire No. 8. Cottage Oroc
A two story house. No. 1030 Oreen
street. Furnished or unfurnished.
Apply C. I) Itcynolds. 3317-tf
VctUget la Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KJ, Smith SL, mauka Hotel
.2 nice largo front rooms. Unfurnished.
Itcasonable. Apply 280 Bcretnnla St
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
Two-story house at Wnlalae and Ctb
Ave. Inquire on premises. 332t-lm
Newly furnished mosquito proof room,
at 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
Hay horse, no brand, strayed from Her
etanla St. near Kaahumanu school.
Kcward at this olllce. 3332-tt
Pair double goldrlm glasses near Ho
tel. King and Hlvcr Sts Howard at
this office. 3330-lt
A gold chain and locket enameled
blue. Ilewnrd nt this office.
A yacht, adrift Owner may obtain
same from Jno. Blood, at Jno. Ka
nakas block, Kakanko. 3325-2W
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
1 Best black sand from 12 to $3 a load
a according to distance hauled. Coral
r rocks for stable, roads and side-
-walks; firewood. Third door below
V Xing, Mnunakea St; P. O. box 820.
Telerbone Main 336.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion 8bno. 1111 Fort at
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 520 King St.
For house-help, phone White 2391, Ma.
klkl. uenerai i;mpioymem unicu,
cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
MTor JapancHO laborers and yard hoys.
Call nt Hotel Chlkushl, or Telephone)
Main 45. 33171m
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
bss moved to the piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 1CS Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
tor tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught in 6 months by expert
onccd teacher; $3 month (8 lessons);
apeclal attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this office. 3328 tf
MT- Fine Job Printing at tho Bui
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Dflrce and Stors Fitting, Cabinet Mak
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
Ing; Repairing and General Jobbing
032 ALAKEA 8T,. roar V C 'i
llrlght Jn)anese boy who speaks good
Kngitsn necks a position in store or
odlce. Address Wnklmoto, I O. Uox
As stenographer shipping or warehouse
clerk. Experienced man. Adrcss X,
llulletln 5333-1 w
As stationary or marine engineer; best
of references. Address O. C. L., Bul
Deef cattle for salo at Ka
huUu Hanch, Kau, Ha
waii. 3212 tf
Meal country home at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by rlrer; good bathing;
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car line. Bargain. Apply
to P. E. II. Straiten, Ileal Estate, 74
a. King St.. Walty Dldg. 32S6-U
Fine corner lot in Maklkt. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It F., this office.
Pure Plymouth Hock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and MrCully
Vggi In settings. Pure bred Plymouth I
Hocks, barred or white. Tclcphono
White S31. 3319-tf
Cheap Home near Park, Walklki.
I Address II 8. K.. llulletln.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE.
Franklin car of latest model, complete)
with nil accessories, an opportunity
to puicnnso a flno enr at a reason
nblo price. Enquire Von Hamm I
Young Co.. Ltd. 3335-2t
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps, post
cards, newspaper wrappings. Will
exchange. Address Randolph Stu
art, Orcenwood, British Columbia.
iBy n gentleman, room nnd board In a
prhate family. Address II. 8. I).,
' IllllIclln 0l"cc- 3330-11
Two Urst-class barbers Immediately.
I Apply Jeffs, Merchant St. 3332-lw
MOOM AND BOARD
'toora and board for
1U King St.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complcto summary of
the news of the day. For SI a year.
llmhrawllsa i tirmA awA (? nnllali. '
Ing. Takata, 12S4 Fort St
MONEY TO LEND.
in Jewelry and merchandise. Th J.
"arto Pawn '3c Hotel and Union
Estimates furnished on alt kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Knos Bros Union nbovo Hotel St.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Uoxcs, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery near Union OtIH,
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
i The BUSINE88 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle.
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
iconclso and complete resume of all le
'gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg.
menU, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 P" month. Weekly Bulletin,
oi ne" vea
Pgs-v, 'y' -$:,
BOXERS GET BUSY
Jack McFadden and Young Nelson
lme both started to train. McFadden
Is quartered at a resort at Walklki
where he can have tho advantage of
tea bathing nnd a good roud upon'
which to work. McFadden wilt havo
Dick Sullivan as n sparring partner.
Sulllvnn will do light work to keep In
shape for any boxer who might come
this way, ,
All the preliminaries for the fight
hare been arranged. Kid Lant will
meet Kid Borgcs. Doth are bantams
nnd equally matched. The other go
will be between lied Dixon nnd Jack
Jeffries, another Punchbowl wonder.
In nil n ery good card Is arranged
and there should be somo good sport
Dan Henear, the crack swimmer nnd
diver, who Is now In Phladclphla, may
come home In the near future, Henear
has been offered a position here by a
local firm and the people back of the
plunge bath which will be erected on
Hotel street !me offered Dan the po
sition of swimming Instructor,
With such n man as Henear In charge
of this lanlc n great many would avail
themsches of the opportunity of tak
ing lessons In both swimming nnd div
ing. Bids on the bath house will bo re
ceived today and work on the building
will be started at once. Kxtnwillun for
the pool has already been done by a
former company who intended build
ing on the same property
Owing to the fact that these bathi
will do business on Sunday the Y. M C.
A. ling decided to withdraw their ur
iHiigemcnt nun lie baths. Although
must everyono realizes that such an In
stitution as this ha til house would pro
vide good, deati, healthy spurt fur tbo
public on Sundajs, still tho Y, M. C. A
lould hardly assist any concern thut
opened on this day.
Stock for the baths Is selling very
inpldly and it looks as though the sub
scription list wilt close within the next
There will be a swimming club
formed In Honolulu and the ouject or
the same will be to piutnoto twlmming
und diving, Ibe hjadquut tcrs of this
club will Ce tho Hotel baths that will
shortly be erected.
this club will be composed only of
the best talent In this country and be
tore an) one can become n member he
Must qualify by swimming a certnlu
distance uuder a certain time or bo
must be a crack performer on tho!
ti.nngboard or trapeze. I
All exhibitions, raco meets and water
polo matches will bo pulled off under
the auspices of this club. With such
men as Henear, Kopke, Hustuce, Cro-
zjer, Cookc and many other local men.
Honolulu could boast of us fast u com-
bluatlon as any city In the States.
uco. Cooke, iho foimer captain of
the Yale swimming team, is very en-
thus lastlc over this scheme. Cooke Is
Ve an water polo player. He and
Hsil" Alexander have oftentimes
J'cl?iiyile l0 vlclor ta lbclr wnt
Wi 1IUIU IUUILI1U.
A meeting ot the swimmers will bo
called in the near future uud step, to-
urd otganlzatlon taken.
WILL llMl KUUK IbACI
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock a largs
putty of golfers will leave tho end of
the I.lllha street car line and go over
the cut). o site of tho proposed country
club. Some have tho Idea that the laud
u mil ..r i,,..,- n,i tt, ra.,,,miit,. !.
went over the entire crouuil on Sun.
d,y last uro nnxlous to prove thut this
Is u false Idea.
Uvory KOllcr who Is Interested In tho
new piujea Is Invited to Join and see
Km lilnlifnif Ihn nnnilltlnn nf llin nvnnn1 '
Ul 14IIUAVI1 II1U v,UIIUILIUU ML itlW blUUUlti
lu C A Brown vs. J D. Sprockets.
In which there Is now a controversy as
to the reporting of certain remarks
made by Judge De Bolt, an affidavit
was tnls morning filed by O. E. Sabtn,
Independent of any of the parties In
the caee, In effect as follows. i
(icorge E. Sabln deposes and sajs
that ha Is a stenographer by profes
sion; that about the middle of Decern
Ur ho rented a room In the building
at the corner of Alakca and Merchant
6trcets, the Magoon building, from
frnra Claudlne II, McBrlde, a tenant ot
Magoon, that ho used this office about
two weeks and has not since visited the
building, excepting when he went there
on uiislnccs with McBrlde, who con
ducted an evening school there; that
while occupying tho office as aforesaid,
ha used the telephone in the hallway
nr the building, that affiant did not at
any time enter tho office of Magoon
nr Llghtfoot or of the firm ot Magoon
and Llghtfoot, that he never had any
conversation with Magoon, except once
during tho tatter part of the trial nfiK
ant made the following casual remark
in Magoon "Hadn't you better get n
bad for the witness," In view of tho fact ,
that the argument ot counsel on an ob
tertlnn to n question put to the witness
(who was a very old man) lasted for
probably IS or 20 minutes, thnt affiant
never had any conversation with Light
foot prior to the 17th of March, when
Llghtfoot called on affiant at the office
of Castle & Wlthlngton, That affiant
had no dealings with Magoon, Light
foot, or the firm, except as above; thut
be has been attending the courts with
the object of Increasing his speed in
stenography, and frequently during the
hearing of the case In question before
Judge De Bolt, made stenographic
notes, as he did before other Judges;
that he was In De Bolt's court on the
7th day of March, when De Bolt over
ruled plaintiff's motion for a directed
verdict, and ho heard the Court's re
marks In overruling and reported them
to 11. W. Kinney, reporter of the Bul
letin, upon Kinney's request of "What
ll now!" that In reporting these re.
marks to Kinney affiant wns not acting
on any advice or suggestion of Chailes
A. Brown, plaintiff, or Magoon or
Llghtfoot or in one else, on their be
half; but solely upon his own responsi
bility nnd In response to the request
of Mr. Kinney.
I He further shows that ho has never
tpoken on any subject to Magoon or
to Llghtfoot or to Charles A. Brown,
except as stated, and that ho Is a
stranger to Magoon and Brown, nnd
was n stranger to Llghtfoot at all times
prior to the conversation aforesaid
About the middle of December, ufflant
requested the authorization from Miss
l-ov. an cmp!o)co ot Magoon nnJ
Llghtfoot to life their telephone, lo
enttd In the halt-way of the Magoon
building, nnd that he might Indicate th
number oil his cards, nnd that Mlsa
Low stated It would be nil right, that
It was tho custom of the tenants, and
so authorized affiant
It Is not true so far as nfflant Is
Aware that uttlant was well known to
Magoon nnd Llghtfoot, or that he wps
familiar with .Magoon nnd Llghtfoot.
and It Is nlso untrue that there is any
positive acquaintance nnd association
between Magoon nnd Llghtfoot nnd af
fiant; that It Is not true that nlliant
tlslted tho offire of Magoon or Llght
foot during the progress of the trial,
nnd affiant further says that tho Infor
mation In question was not given to the
Bulletin by affiant In the Interests or
tho plaintiff and to help plaintiff, but
wns given Impartially and as n possible
matter of Interest to affiant's brother,
city editor of the Bulletin, and without
other motive or design,
Affiant has no Interest whatever In
the proceedings in court, and mnLes
this nffidnv it freely and voluntarily anu
without any remuneration, reward or
hope'thercof from C A. Brown, or any
one acting for him or on his behalf, or
from anyone whatsoever,
Entered for Record March 19, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
s Nakao et al to Olaa. Sugar Co Ltd
Annie's' Knudson to'H M'on'iiolt'
Ad'am K iVsVth and wt "to Henry P
0 ,, Nam.nla and "wf" to" JlVs Mary
j Alfred Magoon and'wfand'n's'tV 'to
K,.ucccn ,. ii,lnleMl D
j Atfrcd Mngoon nnil Ani n8 tr to
ncbecca P Humeku D
Gear. I.an.rng rCo by r'rV'to Vl'r'gi-
. OtfnffM fl
J ffiine ?w) " ,0 K D
wimZ H Rico Thomai V ki'ng.V'A
Joe Torres to Nnhlku Rubber Co Ltd
Harriet K Whltnoy to Trs of Am Bd
Com For Missions D
f.,,j ,. n.,,j M.i. on on
EP Vrom T " to w-30 I '1 '
, F"m ,9 "' m' ' 'f "; -
Clias Magulro adv II Hackfcld & Co
8 Knulhon to James L Coke .... D
hBLKT -J.v " tWL.Vvi "IW v rV'V'V U'vrs
Mrmk. iPk yum irft m m til
H TWsfiJfT . ys Vji
Three Happy Mothers
MltS. 0. SEAMANN, of Oreely, Neb.t I was in bad health and suffered
great pa.n at the monthly periods. After nilnjf Wine of Cardui I was Bieatlr
relieved and two months ago gave birth to a fine boy baby.
v ..J18- T91 l,IU?Yl "' Pneport. Mo.t Two years ajfo I spent about
hall the winter in bed. In February I commenced to tako jour Wine of
Cardui. I was better at once and in a month was like a different person.
Wy baby was bom on Luitcr mornlnjf and my health lias been flood ever since
tvery eipcctant mother should use this excellent medicine.
v.ii 'J' ' SIIEUJY, of Monterey, La.; Year before last I paid WO.00 doctor
b lis for my wife. After that my wife ued ono bottle of Wine of Cardui and
nine months niter slio gave birth to a thirteen pound boy baby and I haven't
paid any doctor bill since.
Wlno of Cardui Is yours to tako today.
You can soouro a $1.00 bottlo from your druggist.
Est of B P Bishop by trs to Wm W
Kst of B P Bishop by trs to Wm W
Kaplolanl to Marnea K Kalapeelua
Kalnl Kupukaa et al to O C Aklna..L
Margnrct K Hotstcln to a C Aklna. ,L
Yin Sing Wnl Co CoPD
U C Aklna to Yin Sing Wat Co BS
Yin sing Wal Co to Krncst A K A-
Ulna tr CM
Recorded March 7, 1906.
Lcpcka Kaahu (w) ; Affdt; In ro an
nulment of deed executed Nov 1, 1898,
on R P 2470, Kuls 6660 and 10182, Nu
uanu, Honolulu. B 284, p 49. Dated
Feb 17, 1906.
Lcpcka Kaahu (w) to Ancktmo Mo
lina (k); D; Int In H P 2470. Kuls 6660
and 10182. Nuuanu, Honolulu; 11 etc.
11 277, p 478. Dated Feb 17, 1906.
West & Hawn Ivstmt Co Ltd to Ida
Schnerfer; D; lots 32 and 34, Puunut
tract, Honolulu; $272. B 277, p 479.
Dated Mar 7, 1906.
Ida Schaeffcr to Henry Waterhouse
Tr Co Ltd tr; M; lots 32 and 34, Puu
nut tract, Honolulu; $350. B 276, p
189. Dated Mar 7, 1906.
Priscllla B Hasstnger (widow) to
Frnncls It Day; Hoi; lots 10, 12, IS
and 16, blk 2, Knlmukl tract, Honolu
lu; $1000. 1) 276, p 491. Dated' Mar
11 Hamano to K Hlyama; PA; gen
eral powers. B 284, p 50. Dated Jan
Allen & Robinson Ltd to Edmund B
McCianahan; Hel; 2 leaseholds, Ma
noa valley, Honolulu; $3500. B 226, p
323. Dated Mar 6, 1906.
Francis II Day to Hlchard II Trent
lr; D; lots 10, 12, 16 and 16, blk 2,
Kalmukl tract, Honolulu; $1750. u
277. p 480. Dated Mnr 6, 1906..
Edmund B McCianahan to James
niekncll; CM; 4 uaseholila, Manoa
valley, Honolulu; $3500. B 276, p 491.
Dated Mar 5, 1906.
Tsubakl Cane Co to Hawn Agrctl
Co; CM; enno crops on lands, Hawaii;
future advances. B 276, p 486. Dated
Feb 26, 1906.
Tsubakl Cano Cn to L Chong; CM;
cane crops on lands, Kau, Hawaii;
$419.60 and ndvs. I) 276, p 4S7. Dated
Feb 26, 190B.
Isaac Ionn nnd wf to T ilrandt;. D;
1-3 Int in nil property of Mrs K I Kua
1ce Wnlmea, Kauai; $600. II 278, p
235. Dntcd Mar 2, l'JOC.
Walpahcc Darunabn and hsb (J II)
to Knltialpnkohana (w); 1); 12 Int In
Kul 3411, Pohnktilon, Wnlmea, Kauai;
$300. B 277, p 481. Dated Sept 20,
Recorded March 8, 1906.
A N Campbell tr to John II Niboa;
Jlcl; 1-6 Int In Gr 2S0, Walalua, Oahti;
$130. B 207, p 246. Dated Mar 7,1906.
A N Campbell tr to Louisa N III:
net; Int In Qrs 280. 583, Aps 1 and 2.
476. 1091 and 582, Walalua, Oahti; $100.
B 221, p 299. Dated Mar 7, 1906.
Tcr of Hawaii by 8upt Pub Inst to
Trs of Est of Bcrnlca P Bishop; Ex
I); 2 245-1000 acres land, Walalua, Oa
hu B 277, p 483. Dated Dec 27, 1905.
Est of Bcrnlca P Bishop by trs to
Tcr of Hawaii by Supt Pub Instruc
tion; Ex D; 106,015 sq tt land and bldga
Paataa, Walalua, Oahti. B 277, p 483.
Dated Dec 27, 1905.
Kaaukal Hannpa to M V Holmes; L;
3 acres land, Honokaa, Hamakua, Ha
waii; 30 yrs at $0 per yr. B 283, p
24. Dated Sept 18, 1900.
"Is there any atmrnr, lioyl"
Messenger Boy I don't know; I
didn't have time- to. read It. New York
Menstrual disorders, icucorrhoca, bear
ing down pains, sap the vitality out of
womanhood. Wine of Cardui makes
motherhood possible because it cures
these troubles not simply temporarily
relieving the pain, but driving out these
Wine of. Cardui fits a woman for every
duty of life.
How to get votes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
The Bulletin offue has been asked a hundred times In the last
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The prises are a 91100 REO TOURING CAR, 16 horsepow
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PIANO; Third, a S5000 INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
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