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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T H SATUHDAV. OCT. 27. 1900.
T7LECTRIC 1-ANS provide comfort for the business man at Ins
JE work, ami (or his entire li. .seliold, with but little expense and
A lew strands oi baby ribbon attached to the metal guard give a
pleasing effect serve as a thirst producer when placed un the soda
An Electric Fan once purchased will last for )eatf, is useful in a
number of ways, and nerds no repairs.
In the dining room, the library or sleeping room; In kitchen or
parlor, the Electric F an is alwajs at your service.
Electric Light and the Electric Kan make a strong combination
lor summer c mf -t. Order your fan to-day.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE, MAIN 390
lea cream Par.ors,
HOME OF GOOD THINGS
People who are the most familiar
with the PALM RESTAURANT form
the framework upon which this estab
lishment's growing reputation for su
premacy and leadership Is being built.
It Is hoped, with strict attention to
even the small details of service and
the careful purchasing and cooking of
the eatables, like that of the past few
months ,to construct this reputation
Into a truthful-built, well-merited, co
lossal structure that will stand pre-eminent.
TRY OUR BUTTERNUT
116 HOTEL NEAR FORT ST.
The favorite, always fresh and
sweet and' retains those qualities un
til the last) atom Is used. There Is no
better butfer brought to Honolulu
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN &.
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.s--- -- M.V.T.
The Original Shingle Stains
First made, llrst In iiiHt7 and first
In the favor of sluaglc-s'aln users.
Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains
have been uetl, imitated and abused for over twenty years,
but no imitation or subt'.ituto h:is the depth and riuhru-ss 'if
color, tlio 1-uthipr quiht'.cs or llio woodiirescrviii'r. value.
Wood treated with these stains is pi oof atiiwt decay or
injury by insccU, and tho colon arc guaranteed to last.
For samples, prices and bupplies, apply to
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd., HONOLULU.
SAMUEL CADOT, Sole Manufacturer, BOSTON, MASS.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE MORTGAGE AND OF
t'ndf-r and by vlitnu of n power of
sale contained In that mortgaro dat
rd Match 21, 1903. made b) J. W. Ke
oln Itnuvvn an J. W. Keola Kelkl, and
Lizzie Kealcu Koohi Kelkl, Ills wife,
of Honolulu, Island of Oahii. Terrliory
of Ha.vnll. mortgagors, ainl .1. Alfred
Magoon, mortgagee recorded In the
Registry Olflce, Oahu, In Lihv 247.
pages lR.'i 1517. notice In hereby given
that said mortgagee Ititemhi to fore
close said mortgage for condition
I broken, tn-vlt: non-payment of prin
clml and Interest when due. Notice
Is hereby likewise glvim Hint tho
landn (onvejed by snld mnrtgnKC,
will bo hold at public auction at the
auction rooms or Will K. Klsher, cor
ner of Kort and Queen Streets, Ho
nolulu, on Monday, the 12th dny of
November. IDOiJ. at 12 o'clock noon of
Terms- Cash. United StateK Hold
Colli; deeds nt expense of purchaser.
J. ALKIIUD JIAOOON,
Dated, Honolulu, October 13, i'MC.
The property covered by said mort
gage and to be sold ng nforesnld con
All the right, tide and Interest of
said Llz2lc Keakn Keola In the lands
and premised and estate of 1). Khu,
deceased, wherever situate, inbcrllid
by her, said Lizzie, from her father
Kaalkapu nil her right, title and In
terest In said lands, premises and es
tato acquired by virtue of that cer
tain deed from Kalo. et ul., made
April 27. 1891, recorded In tho Hegls
I try Office, Oahu, In liber 140. pages
1 333-4, see nlKo probate reconls No.
12451. (Lands situated In l'uheemll;!,
All the right, title and Interest of
said Lizzie Keakn Keola In and to
the lands und premises described In
deed of Keakn Kaholoaumoe record
ed In the Heglstry Office, Oahu, In
l.lber 141, page CO, and In deed from
Knmalle Mallan to ,sald Lizzie Kcaka
Keolu recorded In 'liber 223, pages
All the land described In deed of
Kahulunul Kaamoku and Kahlwalanl
recorded In said office In liber IH4,
Tho land secondly and thirdly
above described being situate nt Kn
uluwela. Oahu, and more particularly
described as follows:
AH that land In III of Knuluwcta,
portion of L. C. A. 7713, It. l. 4473,
bounded as follows:
Commencing; at the eastern corner
of thin at Intersection with stream
N. 18 00' W. 1.8 chains along A.
, Palekaluhl's land
S. 28' W. 3.9V 1-2 chains along same
and narrow lane along Stlllman'x
S. 43 30' I!. 2.S9 1-2 chains along
School Street to stieam; thence
along stream and following boun
dary of Kalama'H Kuleaua L. C.
A. 2131 to commencement.
Excluding however therefrom two
certain plecea of land described In
release by said mortgagee dated the
31st day of July, 1903. and recorded
In the Registry office, Oahu. llhcr 275,
pages 1C3-4, and reserving also a piece
of land known as tho llompke lot, al
so the land known as tho Ulas lo,.
Olio quarter undivided of Apaua 2
of It. P. 712. Award 1513 to Wallebua.
situate at Walklkl, Oahu, aforesaid.
For further particulars apply to
Magoon & Llghtfoot, attorneys for
mortgagee. Magoon llulldlng, Corner
Merchant and Alakea Streets, Hono
lulu, or WILL K. F1SI1KII. auction
eer. 3518 Oct. 20, 27; Nov. 3, 10.
SflF fflUHT IS
Suffered Terribly from
Cured by Ayer's Sarsaparllla.
PRINCIPAL M'CLUSKCY INAUCUI1
ATEG SYSTEM WHICH TRAIN3 '
BOYS AND QIRL3 IN OUTIES
OK CITIZENSHIP OVER 200
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that Is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try c-ir KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
onsolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 7 J
l LEITHEAD MANAGER
HOMY H. WILLIAMS,
has moved his residence from the cor
ner of DERETANIA and RICHAP.D3
i.iuft 'm. ncnr itichurds
Ncv 'Phone Numba-BLUE 101 1
OFFICERS ARE ELECTED: '
LAWS MADE AND ENFORCED
SPLENDID WORK TAKEN Up ON
SUGGESTION CONTAINED IN
SIMILAR SCHEME TOLLOWED
ON MAINLAND THE YOUNG
llllo, Oct. 1C Papalkuu school has
made mi Innovation In the conduct ol
that school by establishing n Bystem
of self government whereby the pupils
jidmliilstor alt their nlfalrs except tlioso
dliectly portulnlnc to iioadiimlc worl:
ami methods. ,
The pupils, two hundred twenty In
number, are no longer "children" but ,
"rltlzens" of a School-County, for Hie
county form of government similar toj
that of counties In our territory It I
Wm MiCluskey, the principal, gave
nil account of his method before :i
meeting of the llllo Teachers' I'nlon
held In the High School on Friday i
the 12th Inst.
He opined his nddresi with n strong
argument In favor of the adoption In
our r.cliools of some system whereby
the coming citizens may servo mine
Kind of apprenticeship before they arc
Intruded with the government of u
"What would you think." said the
speaker, "of a St. Lawrence lllver pilot
who would take his young apprentice
Into a nautical school on the woody
Elopes of tho Adlrouilarks, there to
teach lilm the iiavlcatlun of that ma
jestic How of waters'' If the object of
American schools is to train for cltl
7cnshlp In a grc.it Republic, the puplli
should embark on the Snip of Statu for
their training as pilots of tho same
iidown the waters of tho Political
Instead of this, the yo.itli of our
land are subjected to a tyranny in our
krhools more nbject than that of whlcl
wo read In the. Worlds history, und
" It Is with pleasure that I can testify
to the great benefit I derired from the ue
of Ayer's Saraaparllla. I suffered terribly
from indigestion, and tried several medi
cines without arail. I via then per
suaded to tale
and after udng a few bottles my Imllget
tloa was cured, ray appetite came back,
and 1 was strong and hearty. This is
some years rince, and my old complaint
has not returned, but I always keep a bot
tle In the house, and when 1 feel at all out
of sorts a few doses put me right again
In quick ordor."- Vi. Sinkixuov, lit.
Torrew, 11. A.
There aro many Imitation
Be euro you get "AYER'S."
AYnm r:i.L3. tlio titH hmlljr Unllrt.
President RoohuvuII believed In the Rougn
Rider; hti always been of tho belief tlmt
people Mhould save and believe now In
Simplified Smoke Saving Spells
5 Sent Segar
"Why7" "How?'' Dccauec you ejet as pood a cmokc for f"IVE
CENTS as you usually do When paying 10 cents.
The filler Is made from regular lengths of good quality to
bacco. The wrapper Is made from genuine Imported leaf.
The cigar keeps Its color and flavor.
The 'last whtff Is as good as the first.
WHY NOT TRY ONE?
SOLE HONOLULU AGENTS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned, Alice Metcalf, hav
ing been appointed executrix of the
will of ICmma Metcalf Ikalka, late of
Kalaupapa, Mololtul, deceased, here
by gives notice to all creditors of the
i.uld ICmma Metcalf Ikalka, to present
their claims, duly authenticated, and
with proper vouchers. If nny uxlsr,
even If the claim Is secured by mort
gage upon real estate, to tho said exe
cutrix at tlio of lice of Thompson &
ClemonB, 8-10 Campbell Ulock, Hono
lulu, Oahu, within six months of the
dato of the first publication of this
notlco or they will he forever barred.
Dated Honolulu, Septomber 27th,
Kxecutrlx, Will of Emma Metcalf
3500 Sept. 28; Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27.
NOTICE OF SALE OF CERTAIN l'l'I)
LIC LAND KNOWN AS THE
LUALUALEI LIMESTONE LOT
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, Novem
ber 21th, 1S00, at from entrance to the
Judiciary llulldlng, Honolulu, there
v. Ill bo bold at Public Auction under
tho provisions of Section 17, I'arl IV,
Land Act, 183.1 (Section 27d Revised
Luwb of Hawaii) the following laud
301,0 acres, u little more or less, ot
that laud near Walanae, Oahu, known
as I lie Limestone Un, and said to con'
tain u large deposit of uuturul limn of
u high degnu of purity.
Upset price I3010.U0, plus cost of I'ut
vnt mid Stamp
Terms Cash. 1' S fluid Coin.
For ,'iluns und fuillier particulars ap
ply at Oillio uf Commissioner of Public
Lands, Judiciary llulldlng, Honolulu
IAS. W. I'llAT'l.
cmimlluHr of I'libllu l-uudn.
Honolulu, IhitMwr Mill. IM.
MSI-Ocl. 6, , Nov. 3, IU, 17. 33,
or Statute law in nny punishment he
deems best, not less than u icprluiaud
and not greater than a deprivation of
tho rlgliti of citizenship. Corporal
puntt.hliient Is of course prohibited.
All punishments must be approved by
tlio principal hcfoio curried Into exem.
The trial of a lit t lu fellow was par
ticularly pathetic llln was u case o
repealed nbience. lie plead "guilty.'
Upon being nsked by the court what
ho had (fi ray for himself before sen
tenced was pronounced bo slated that
the guardian li.ul forbidden his going
lu auk leave of tho principal '1 hu
Court In turn told him that from nine
until two every school day ho did not
belong to bin guardian 1ml to the gov
ernment As thin vvn3 not his llrst
offense ho wns i.enlenccd: hut It was
with trembling voire mid eyes suffused
with dew that the Judge did so. The
Judge it Japnuei-e boy thirteen ycat
old miii tlio Utile boy thlrtee.t offender
tldi during the uioft formative period n lrtt Rlcan.
of life. We as teacher nie not "Kiild-1 Munbem or both sexes from six to
Ing" our proteges lo bo self governing; tomt'en jearu were elected to office,
we aro "czars" or "sultans" und our Mr. McCluskcy affirms that not one
pupils lire not "cltlieiin" hut "sub- lindetlrable olilrlul waR elected or ap
jects." pointed, but only such na, have lu the
"Organized self government 1.4 not past shown fidelity.
natural lo mankind, (lood Mother ' The Superintendent nf Public Works
nature Is tho veriest tvrunL The ncai. b by fur thn gveiitent rPiiinnHlhllil?,
cr lo her u people live, the more unto, i That oulcer Is u Portuguese girl l
cratlc Is their form of iiuvcrnment. The thlitien. and the efllclency and ud
Comer Hotel and Fort
T SPAVIN CURE
Troy Chemical Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sire: About two yean apo a very fine, well bred mare I own
got whet teemed to be a Bad sprain of the oft fore fetlock, whloh made her
very lame; I blistered her and let her run out for about four months, when
I took her up she was better but still lame and got worse when worked. I
then tried another kind of blister with about the same results.
Last Spring I bought a bottle of your 8ave-the-Hone from your agent
In this city. After treating the mare with this for about two weeks I
nave her some slow driving; she improved very much, and by the time I
had used up the bottle I wac able to drive her twenty or thirty mile with,
out any apparent bad effects. She now goes sound; I alto with tho tame
bottle removed two wind galls from her hind legs.
Hoping that this will be of some benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARRTIN DURNELL, 401 California St.
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln, Curb,
Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Putf, broken down, bowed or strained tendon or
any case of lameness. Horse rnu be worked as usual and wlUi bootu, nil
no hatm will result from sculdlug of Ihnb or destruction of hair.
higher their civilization, lint more du
they adopt popular forms. We tench
our children that Republicanism Is the
nearest approach to Ideal government
that the woihl has yet known, in Ihla
plan every citizen Is n 'Sovereign,' mid
teachers arc the tutors of these suvei-
' intellectual training Is not enough,
Industry and obedience, to eulnblUheJ
law must be Inuilcnted und Melon
propensities emninaicu; nay more, oui
minlstr.illve ability which shu litlng
to the performance of her duties Is
admirable One Mipcrvlsors of six
)curb ut the meetings of the board fre
quently make, motions or second') them
like a man. The IHpnly Sheriff of the
Fifth District Is u boy of six yeara
with but niciiKr knowledge of English,
hut he Uiscliuige. liU duties with won
Tlio oltiieis nre elioeu from the llvo
I'Utlon.illtlc.i of Hut Bjhool-county. No
jonth should atqulro it priutlcul f.tml-1 'mn prejudice was evldcncl ut the pop-
llarlty with the machinery of govern-, "'ar election. There Is no tendency in
ment. The ueonlrlug of this develons school-county government towurd poll-
hllellect nultu uh much us does Ilia . tics or graft mid all Indications point
study of nny other art or bclencc."
Mr. JIct'lusKey en led u mass meet
Ing of his teachers und hiiiiIIr mid enve mii"t decide the destiny of our nullou
them the "gift" of a charter declaring , '""" helug Introduced Intelligently and
tnem citizen) of "Papulkou School-1 in " practical manner u lopular gov
County" possessing the right to ad
, lies or grnii nun all indications point
to the hiicicsk of tho (.ysleiu at Papai-
, j kou school. Tliu?!) who in a few yeais
TT Cr per bottle, with n written guarantee), as binding to protect ou it
'the best legal talent could make It.
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Bingharaton N. Y.
Troy, N. V,
TRADE 8UPPL1ED BY HOLLISTER DRUG CO.. HONOLULU Hawaii.
"Thla work," sayn .Mr. Mcf'liihkey, '
I must not b undertaken llshlly. It Is
, ni.t a miichlnu for children hut a meth
od for teachers, and entails upon them
n vast u mount of extra work, us does
ull innthu Ileal tcuchlug. Thu tencher
who turns over tho government of his
tchool to tliu children thinking tu he
relieved of responsibility will doom hla
entire, work lo Ignominious failure. As
well inula nun thliiK to let up u time
piece by thiowliig lulu u bos the dis
connected woika. The teacher must
lirst thoroughly familiarize himself
with government pioceduru In Its three
brunches. 'I be proper time to begin uii
his work is with the Infancy of thu
minister their school affalrB In such
maimer ns to them might Bccm best,
subject only to the regulations laid
down by tho School Law. which tho
principal must ten enforced.
Ily popular vole tho btnool-County
officials wero elected; a Hoard of nine
Supervisors, a County Clerk, u Sheriff,
a County Attorney, u Couuty Judge nnd
b County Clerk of tliu Cum I, organized
to curry out all the functions of gov
ernment, legislative, executive and
After their election each officer, with
uplifted hands, solemnly promlted In
tho presence of all the citizens to study
tho charter, to leara his duty and in
perforin It without fear or favor In
return, the citizens pledged them
solves to bo loyal unci trim to theli
officers, unci to help them In tho dis
charge of their various duties.
At their first mcetlne the Snnei.
visors ratified the Shcrlff'H uppolnt
ment of his duties, laid out tho boiin-1
darles for the districts, nnd appointed
n superintendent of Public Works to
look after the School-County property
and u commlsdoncr of Health to be
resionslblo for the sanitation of the
Tho Sheriff Is tho chief executlvn n" returned from Can Francisco and
officer. He und his corps of deputies wishes to announce that on Monday,
aro responsible for the order of the October 15th, she will open an agency
county and the udmlnldtrutlcm of the ,or Dr' E' E- McLaln'o celebrated hair
luvvs und ordinances of tho legislative t0,1,cs ereamo, etc., at 1156 FORT
Mrs, Doris E, Paris
wuy. lliey were Instructed that It
L their duty first to advise und warn
oiienut)s, that arraignment befcuo tliu
joint Is u lust u-buit. No ofllier Is al
lowed to luy bands on u cltlren. The
pioccdiiro uf ih court Is that of the
District Coin i of tlio Tcnltory It
llgolds weel.l) bcsblons, rienuently
Hiciii U net u can. mi the calendar So
far. Judgment,, have been rendered for
only ihrco olTtiiaf ubieuce fiom Bthuol
vlthout iciiitciii of principal, di Inliliu'
vvuler at thn rong place mid the uu
uutliurlzed nlucliiiiB of How ere Only
two n( the iu.,u, io, .,,! guiiiy'
One was c()iiiii,.,i ,! u,0 oilier ten.
mill nl to un iiuiii's wori, Hfiec ulinoi
miller Ihu iuii.in.il Tim worn ni.
Itilll'll the i,i,, ,,,, ,,-j (,., ,,, ,
llmtiuh (In, ,,! )WV (Jei., ,,
(iMiii'ii Biilii) uf tiuiuiiiiBiiiuCmnini,
She will be prepared to give spe
cial scalp treatment; also Facial Mas.
sage and Expert Manicuring
Fr Kidndv and Bladder
ll, I.v.ll.t IT V
1'i.r t tU
What A Burial Contract
Will DoFor You
Every man and woman in the Territory, whether rich or poor, should
become a member of the Harrison Mutual Burial Association.
A proper burial Is assured every member.
In case of death, whether from accident or natural causes, a $10O fu
neral Is given to Class A members, and a $50 funeral to Class members.
Funeral services may be held from the home, or from the Association
Poomt, at relatives or friends may wish. Members become fully protected
for all benefits from the moment they receive their membership certificate.
Any person in good health, from 1 to 70 yearg of age, it eligible for
After payment of membership fee, there Is no further cost than an oc
casional small attetsment to pay the share In the funeral expenses of a
It Is the cheapest and most Important beneficiary ever offered to the
Ass n Undertakers
SECRETARY'S OFFICE, ALAKEA ST. near KINO OT. Phone Main 411.
j Schools, Restaurants. Caterers!
Youp Attention, please!
This week Mrs KEARNS is s:
GOOD GUAVA JELLY at
Four Cents per Pound.
Any kind of containers will c'o.
Jelly WILL KEEP.
MRS. ANNIii KEARNS,
FACTORY, HOTHL ST, HONOLULU, Tl!