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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H.. 3ATURDAY. NOV. 17. 1906.
CREAM PURE RYE
Rich and Mellow
Lovejoy & Co.,
902-914 Nuuanu Street. 'Phone Main 308
Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors.
'n SPAVIN CURE
Wra. Larsen, Manager.
NOVELTY LEATHER COMPANY
412 Market Street
San Francisco. Cat.
Dear Sir: I used your "Savo-the-
Horee" on two splints, on laslde of
front lags. Interfering with tho cords
of the lee and causing lameness so
badly that u very short drive would
make the horse net tho "part of a crip
ple." After using two bottles the
luoeneas Is gone aud the splints dls
.Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
BEEF, PORK and CORNED BEEF,
487 Halght Qt, 25 Sixth St.
I trcatod my horse, which had a bad
bone spavin, with "Save-theHorsa,"
mid It entirely removed the blemish.
I nevor saw unytbing to equal it. Mr.
Chas. Wclby and several horsemea,
who are friends of mine, tell me they
had equally an good results as myself.
JOHN N. NOWLAN.
Costs from $5 to $25 for repeated firing, hone must be laid up for sev
eral months; not S per cent of the oasts are cured. Bllstsring la less ef
fective. Mercurial preparations produce Irreparable Injury.
"SAVB-THE-nOHSE" itinlnate all those factors. Cures without sear,
blemish or loss of hair.
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln,
Curb, Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Putt, broken down, bowed or strained
tendon or any taso of lameness. Horse can be worked as usual and with
.boots, as no harm will result from scalding of limb or destruction of hair,
tT rf per bottle, with a written guarantee, as binding to protect you a
4J.UU tho bC8t ega lueat coulll makt lu
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Binghamton N. Y.
Troy, N. V.
TRADE SUPPLIED BY HOLLISTER DRUG CO., HONOLULU Hawaii.
The Modern Light
The ancients used the rush light. Since then many other meth
ods of lighting have been us:d until the electric light was Invent
ed. The advent of the electric light has relegated all other lights
to the background. It is the efficient, safe, odorless lllumlnant that
should be in every home,
Hawaiian Electric Co., L'd.
Tel. Main 390
That's the number to ring up, if you
want soda water that Is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and 01 N
OER ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
O, 8. LEITHCAD MANAGER
after taking Ayer'o
Sarsaparilla you begin
to fsel its cleansing,
strengthening, and purifying
You feel that your rieprcnlon Is
passiug awayj your biuln blears uiij
things look brighten sleep is refresh
ing; thu urn us act butter; ami new
llfoaud vigor begin totako poiM'sslou
ot j our wliulo ostein, Vunr diges
liun Improves; you get more benulit
friiin,cHir IimmIi )iiiirupiellleroturus.
Ymir (i lends begin lu notice n marked
iliaupe lu )oiir general nppoarauco.
Thu iiM color comes hack to the lips;
thu eyes look blighter; the step be
comes iuoio elaitlv; and every doio of
promotes the leturn nf good health.
ThriiO who suffer from the debili
tating e fleets of a warm climato will
find In Ayer's Sarsaparilla just "bat
tlioy need In lirlnj; back thu M (nice,
viiu, niul energy.
Thcro aro many imitation
Be cure you got "AYER'S."
iirin; r:t.u.utruii uin.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
Notice is hereby given that pursu
ant to tho power of salo contained In
that certain mortgage dated the 2Gth
day of May, 1904, made by Till:
AMERICAN SHIPPING COMPANY.
LIMITED, u Hawaiian Corporation,
mortgagor. In JAMES T. TAYI.OH of
Honolulu. Island of Oahti, Territory
nr Hawaii, Mortgage, and recorded In
the ofllce of thu Registrar of Convey-
uncei In Honolulu, lu Liber 259, at
I'agpj 107 to 10!), tint said mortgaged
Intends to fort-clow said mortgage for
londlllon broken, to wit: the non-payment
of principal aud interest when
Notice Is likewise given that the
property convoyed by the said mort
gage will be sold at public miction by
.lames I". Morgan. Auctioneer, at his
lulesrooms, 807 Kaahumumi street,
Honolulu aforesaid, ou the 8th day of
December, 190G, at 10 o'clock In tho
morning of said day
lio property (overed by said mort
gage and Intended to be Hold as afore
said Is as follows, to-wlt:
1st: All of those certain pieces or
larcels of laud situate at Walklkl, In
said Honolulu, and known as Lots
Nos. 2G and 27 and the mauka one-half
nf Lot 25. adjoining Lot 27, of llloclt
A of tbo Kaplolanl Park Addition Lots,
together with the buildings and all
other Improvements thereon; ,
2nd: All of that certain piece' ot
parcel of land sltuato at Lahalna, Isl
and of Maul, In said Territory, togeth
er with the buildings and other im
provements thereon, being a portion
of the land described In Itoyal Patent
No. 02 and 1G92, I.. C. A. 6000, bcli.g
r. parcel of land 40 feet square, and
the same conveyed to Charles S. Mar
tin by deed of Moses Akawa and wife,
dated Feb. 7, 1903, recorded in Liber
258. at Page 217; all of tho above de
scribed property having been convey
ed to said mortgagor by deed ot Wil
liam L. Peterson aud Charles S. Mar
tin, dated tho 5th day of May, 1904,
nnd recorded In Liber 258, at Pages
218 aud 219;
Together with all the Improvements,
rights, casements, privileges and ap
purtenances thereto belonging.
Terms: Cash, United States Gold
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
WADE WARREN THAYER, attorney
for mortgagee, G03-4. 8tangenwald
Hiilldlng, Honolulu, or JAMES V. MOR
GAN, Auctioneer, Kaahutuami Street
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 8. 190G.
JAMES T. TAYLOR,
Nov. 9, 17,24; Dec. 1, 7.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers. Fusa Kobayashl Uyemura
v. Georgo Uyomura. Divorce Sum
mon. The Territory of Hawaii: To
tho High Sheriff of the Territory of
Hawaii, or bis Deputy; the Sheriff of
the County of Oahu, or his Deputy:
You aro commanded to summon
George Uycmui to appear twenty
days after service, before such Judge,
of ths Circuit Court ot the First fir-
cult as shall ho sitting at Chambers
lu ths Court Room at Honolulu, Oahu,
to answer the annexed Libel for Di
vorce of Fusa Kobayashl Uyemura;
and you nro further commanded, by
order of the Honorable Judge
of the Circuit Court of thu Cir
cuit. And liave you then there tills
Writ with full return of your pro
ceedings theteon. Witness the Hon-
uruble J. T. Do Dolt, First Judgo of
the Circuit Court of tbo First Circuit,
at Honolulu, Oahu, this 21st day of
(Hgd.) ut;uiun; I.UUAB,
3,".27-Otl, 31; Nov. 3, 7. 10, 14, 17.
Times of the tide aro taltou (rum
tbo United Slates Coast and Geodetic
ON ROSE HART CASE
The following communication has
been received Horn Mrs, Sarah Dexter,
matron of the Girls' Industrial School
bearing on the sociological question
raised by the case of Rose Hart and
other little girls, vhlcli has excited
some attention during the past few
Palama, Nov. 1G, 190C,
Editor Evening Rullctin: In the
llullellii of thin uvcnliig we rend with
much Interest jour description ol
Twelve-Yenr-Old Rose Hurt." You
I cello the particulars of .her capture
mid detention In the police illation
You also give :m Imaginary description
of life lu the tllrls Industrial School.
You certainly cun know very little rv
guiding the school, as never a reporter
from jour paper has been Inside
the galea fur the Inst two years and
leu months. You any little Roue ban
a drunken father nnd their home Is
only one room. Is it possible for Rosa
to learn anything, even In tho police
station, more than she has seen nnd
heard In the one room home with a
drunken father and his companions?
Wc also ntrongly object to your re
marks that Judge Whitney Is anxious
to avoid sending her to a place where
she Is much more liable to be made
worse than better. Another chanro
lor what? To become wo rue before
he has finally to commit her here?
And by bo doing ruin tbo child's mor
als and health We cannot believe
Judgo Whitney thinks with you of this
Yes; there nro big doors and strong
locks and strict rules that must bo
obeyed. There nre also true friends
with kind hearts and willing hands to
dress their rotten sores am) nurse
them back to health and teach them
to he good and useful women. Yes;
little Rose will have to do all sorts
til Ihliigs. She will have to keep her
head and body clean and wash .and
Iron her own clothes; also make them
She will have to make up her little
white bed every morning and do It
well, assist hi washing up the Doors
for every room In the school Is washed
every day; also help keep the yard In
order. At 8:45 a. in. she must have
herself In perfect order und he In lino
to march lu the school room, there to
lemalu tilt 12:15 p. in. She will then
have dinner, a good, plain, healthy
meal with a nice white tablecloth and
clean dishes und knife and fork At
1.20 p. m. she will go to her tewing.
luce, fancy work or weaving class. At
I p. in., hIio will have her bath; sho
can then play till 4:15, her supper at
5 p. in. and at G:15 she must again
bo in line to go to school room to
study till 7:15; then to dormitories,
iiudrcHs, prnjler, und retire. One of
the teachers femalns with children till
all are quiet. The teachers sleep In
dormitories with the children. They
ure constantly with the children. The
teachers are young Hawaiian ladles
and fully realize their responsibilities,
If you vvlll take tho trouble to visit
tho school we shall bo pleased to show
you around and give you all the Infor
The following candidates have Men
accounts of their election expense aa
J. K. Illltlo of Lahalna. Maul:
Nomination fee as candidate, for
Reprc-hcntallvu (25 01'
Personal expenses 15 00
Total $40 00
Henry L. JCiiwewebi, candidate for
Repicjenlatlvc. Second District:
Nomination feo ,...$25 0U
Personal expenses 10 00
statiumry and postage fia
Total $35 C5
8. W. Kaai, candidate for Represen
tative, Second Dlstilct: ,
Nomination fee $25 Oi
Traveling expellees ., 10 00
Stationery and postage 1 00
Total $3G 00
Charles Ka, candidate for Hepiesciw
tatlvc, Second District:
Nomination le- $25 0t
Personal expenses 15 0u
Stationery and pottage Co
Total $10 60
J. W. II 1. Kibe, candidate for Rep
resentative, Second District:
Nomination feo , $25 00
.Meeting expenses .-., 10 00
Stationery unci postage 1 In
Total $30 CO
David Alawa, caudldalu for Henri
Tentative, Second District:
Nomination feu $25 00
Personal expenses ....'. 7b
Stationery and postage 25
Tout $20 00
William Lvleiwl. candidate fur Rep
resentative. Fifth Dlstilct:
Personal oxueusca , $25 U0
Printing and advertising II 00
Public meeting.! 2 50
Clerk und meisengers G UO
WuU'lier . .". S HO
(llJItllUV-lii Dili city, Nov. 17, 1IMS
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE AND OF 8ALE.
Pursuant to power of sale contained
In mortgage made by M. K. KALILI
KANE to J. ALFRED MAQOON, dat
ed the 13th day of June, A. D. 1900,
and recorded In the Registry Office,
Oahu, in Liber 204, pages 421-423; no
tice Is hereby eIvcii that the mort
gagee Intends to foreclose said mort
gage for conditions broken, to-wlt:
non-payment of principal and Interest
when due, and that tho property cov
ered by said nmrtgagu will bu sold at
public auction at the unction rooms of
x V 111 E: FUlier, corner of Queen and
Fort Streets, Honolulu, lstuiid of Oa
hu, aforesaid, on Monday, the 3rd day
of December, A. I), yi, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day.
Dated, Honolulu, November 2, I90C.
J. ALFRED MAllOON,
Tho premises described In said mort
1. That land described In Itnvnl
Patent 2005, Kulcana 8921, to Keawe,
situate at Elialll, Wolluu, Molokai.
x. That land described In Royal
Patent 23S0. Klllesnn -4989 tn Knnln
sltuato at Wallau, Kelu, Molokai.
Terms nr sale: Cash In U. S. Oold
Deed nt expense of purchasers.
For further nartlculars annlv to
Messrs. Magoon & I.lghtfoot, Attorneys
ior mortgagee, Magoon Hiilldlng. wit
her of Merchant and Alakea Streets,
WILL E. FISHER,
35.15 Nov. 10, 17, 24; Dec. 1.
MORTQAGEE'8 NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE AND OF 8ALE.
Pursuant to power of sale contalued
In mortgage made by WILLIAM W.
DANEL to C. T. RODGEItS, J. C. LO
RENZEN and OEORGE W. ASHLEY,
Trustees of Harmony l-odge No. 3, I.
O. O. F., und their successors In office,
datej thu 1st day of November, A. D.
1903, and reunited In the Registry Of.
flee, Oahu. In Liber 25G, pages 122-123;
notice Is herohy given that the Trus
tees Intend to foreclose suld mortgngo
lor condition broken, to-wlt: lion pay
ment of principal and Interest when
due, and that the property covered by
raid mortgage will bo sold nt public
auction nt the auction rooms of Will
E. Usher, comer of Uiiecu unci Fort
Streets, Honolulu, Island of Oahu. on
Monday, tho 3rd day of December, A.
u. looc, at 12 o'clock noon of said
Dated, Honolulu, Nov. 2, 190G.
CHAS. G. UARTLKTT,
C. J. LOKENX.EN and
Trustees Harmony Lodge. No. 3, I. O,
u. i-; Mortgagees.
Tho property to be sold as aforesaid
consists of all tho land known as Lot
7, Block A of tho Magoon Tract, sit
uate on Berctanla Street at Pawaa.
Honolulu aforesaid, and described on
Map recorded In tho Registry Ofllce.
uaiiu, in l.lber iih, pages 73-74-75.
Terms of sale: Cash In U. S. Gold
Deed at expense of pui chasers..
For further particulars apply to
Messrs. Magoon & I.lghtfoot, Attor
neys ior Aionj;agees, Magoon Uulld
Ing, corner ofj Merchant and Alakea
aireeis, or to
WILL E. FISHER.
3535 Nov. 10, 17, 24; Dec. I.
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COLE HONOLULU AGENTS
Comer Hotel and Fort
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In the Matter
of thu Estate of Joshua K. Drown, do-
rcat.ud. Order for Notice of Hearing
Petition for Probate of Will. A docu
ment purporting to bo tho last will and
testament of Joshua K. Drown, do-
ceased, having on tho 9th day of No
vember, A. D. 19'JG, been presented to
said probate court, and a petition for
tho probate thereof, and for the Issu
mice of letters testamentary to Annie
K. Drown having been filed by said
Annie E. Ilrown, It la hereby ordered
that Filday, thu 14th day of December,
,. D. 190G, at 9 o'clock a. m. of said
day, at tho court room of said court,
at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, be und tho same hereby Is
appointed the time and place for prov
ing said will anil hearing said appll
cation. It Is further ordered that no
tice thereof be given, by publication,
enco u week for threo successive
weeks, In tho Evening Bulletin, n
newspaper published in Honolulu, the
last publication to be not less than
ten days previous to the time therein
appointed for hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, Territory ot I In-
wall, November 9, 1900.
J. T. DE HOLT,
First Judgo ClrcultvCourt, First
Attest: L. P. SCOTT.
Clerk Ci remit Court, First
353G Nov. 10, 17, 24; Dec. 1.
Will take, n limited number nr
horde unit rnttlu fnr imutiirn tin Witt.
onlkl Ranch, at Kullua, Koolaupulco,
wllh good niaiilaiila gross, beawu
licniii unci liesh wuter, terms leuvon-
uble, apply to C. LAI YOUNG, In
Judge Dickey's oldie, cor. King and
llctlicl Sis., or lo Altamii mi tbo
3530-Nuv. 3, 10, 17. 21. v
DO YOU KNOW?
DO YOU KNOW OF PEOPLE AROUND YOU WHO
HAVE BEEN BURDENED BY HEAVY FUNERAL EXPENSES
AVOID THIS YOURSELF BY JOINING THE HARRISON
MUTUAL BURIAL ASSOCIATION.
Do you know what the benefits of the Au:clatlon are ?
A $100. funeral to any member In event of death, no nutter
If he hat just joined the Association,
Do you know how little Is the coct?
Only a membership fee of $G.0, which It for life, and an
occasional small assessment to pay the funeral expenses of a
deceased member. ,
Since organized 4,343 certificates have been Issued and
319 membera burled. The greatest cott to any of the 319 buried
ir.cmberu was $7,501
JOIN NOW BEFORE TOO LATE.
J. H. TOWNSEND SECRETARY
New York and Adjacent
Mrs. Kearns It making a shipment
of pretervet by the "Arlzonan." You
can tend a cate to your friends and It
won't cott a dollar to get there.
MRS. ANNIE KEARNS,
FACTORY, HOTEL ST, HONOLULU, TH
Phone Blue 1411
It will keep Indefinitely and It Invaluable for household. utt.
Made from the best selected milk, sterilized, and tweetneci with
only pure cane sugar,
SOLD DY ALL GROCERS.
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lo Mi "ml Mis, A, II. dm ley, Jr., n
Fin Job Printing at the Uullitln,
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