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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLUL-Uj T H . SATURDAY, NOV. 24, 1906.
The Modem Light
The ancients utcd the ruih light. Since then many other meih.
odt of lighting have been uied until the electric light wt Invent.
ed. The advent of the electric light has relegated all other lights
cto the background. It le the efficient, safe, odorless lllumlnant that
should be In every home.
Hawaiian Electric Co., L d.
Tel. Main 390
li as geod at the next man'i and there It no real
reaion why you ihould not get Ite worth. A eult selected from
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, Just arrived, It a guarantee that
you get "Your Money's Worth." We make them up to your
meature at ready to.wear prlcrs
Our Sultt for TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARE are UNCQUALED
In this town.
Geo. A. Martin,
PHONE 485 MAIN. HOTEL 8TREET.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN-
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
QAQE AND OF 9ALE.
Pursuant to power of gale contained
In mortgage mack' by M. K. KALILI-
KANK to J. ALFRED MAQOON, dat.
ed the 13th day of June, A. I). 1900,
and recorded In the Registry Office,
Oahn, In Liber 204, pages 421423; no
(lit! In hereby given tliut thu tnort.
pague IntiiiUs to foreclose iiald mort
gage for romlltlons brol.in, to-wit:
mill pnyniL'iit of principal and Interest
when iluu, ami thai the property cov
ered by nald mortgage will bo sold at
public auction at the auction roointi of
Will E. Fisher, corner of Queen and
Fort Streets, Honolulu, Island of Oa-
hli, aforesaid, on Monday, the 3rd day
of December, A. I). J90C, at 12 o'clock
noon of paid day,
Dated, Honolulu, November 2, 1900.
J. ALFRED MAOOON,
The premises described In said mort
1. That land described in Hoyai
Patent 200S. Kuleana 8924, to Keawe,
Bltuale at Ellalll, Wallau, Molokal.
2. That land described In Ilojal
Patent 2380, Kuleana 4989, to Kaule,
situate at Wallau, Kelu, Molokal.
Terms of tale: Cash In U. H. Qold
Deed at expense of purchasers.
For further particulars apply to
Messrs. Magoon & Lightfoot, Attorneya
for Mortgagee, Magoon Uulldlng, cor
ner of Merchant and Alakea Streets,
WILL E. KISIIER.
3535 Nov. 10, 17, 24; Dec. 1.
True Toy Talk
We are now exhibiting for the Christmas trade, one of the
most extensive and attractive stock of TOY8, DOLL8 and NOVEL.
TIES ever displayed In the Islands.
Our buyer purchased at a low figure, to that, true to this store't
policy, they could be told for lets than others ask
Whan w Iteuen aalltnc prlct nothing
' la aiubatracted from quality.
r PROGRESS BLOCK
Why Do Thousands Use
MORTQAOEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN.
t TION TO FORECL08E AND OF
Ths girls had on Inning at basket
Additional Soortlna Newt on Paae 6.
i Notice Is hereby given that pursu
ant to the power of sale contained In
that certain mortgage dated the 2Cth
'day of Muy, 1934, made by THE
AMERICAN SHIPPING COMPANY,
1.IMI1KI). n tlftwnltan (VirlMtrntlnn.
ball ycitorday ami the Punahous and mortgagor, to JAM158 T, TAYLOR of
Normalti won over the High HiIiooIh Honolulu. Islam! of Onliu, Territory
and the Normals deflated the Kawala. .f l,awa11' Mortfiaiep. nnd recorded In
and the Normals dcnate.i im. Kaaia. , omrQ ()f (, ,UglBtrar of convey-
hao School. ' nncei In Honolulu, In l.lblr 269, ut
Thi (ltiit gamo was plaed between !'aKJ3 107 to 109, thu Fald mortgagee
ik. it u .-, .. . rri !,,,. .-. '"tends to foreclose, said inorlgagH for
the II. 8 and , l-iini. The latter team conill,oll ,)rcikcn ,owt. 10 110 pav.
won out by (he bcon of 18 to 13 It ment nf liricipai unj interest when
v.as u cloio and exrlllnR game and due. ,
some good playing v. an witnessed. Notice Is llkewlso glen that the
The Piinahou line up follows: (Jen- tnoperty convecd by the said mart
lent. Vera Damon, (Iwendollne Jalf OBe will be sold at publle auction by
Ins: guards. Doris Glnller, Gladys Ry. Jttme p- Morgan Auctioneer, nt his
rroft; forwards, Klltn lleen, Hablo . . Y . i , .7 i i ,
,, Honolulu aforesaid, on the 8th day nf
The High School players
centers. Mabel Llplitfimt, Mildred, The properly covered by. said mort
Turner; guards. Mamie Dee, Constance gage and Intended to be old as afore
Simpson; forwards, Norah Dee, Sarah said Is as follows, to wit:
Stone. I 1st: All of those certain pieces or
In thu second gamo the Normals out. 'precis of land situate at Walklkl, In
classed the Knwalahao girls and won ,"ld "ono u'"' and, known M V',B,
in n u,.ii, m .,i.i.ii ,,..., Nos. 20 and 27 nnd the mauka one half
.,?!. .h" "'..IhJ,li" "!. " -t IB. adjoining Lot 27. of Block
,......, , nme . uiluio a ... , . ifnn ninni Park Add nn I.nt.
iiuiioiuiu aiorcsaiu, on me sin nay ni
December. 1906. at 10 o'clock In tun
... morning of ald day,
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN.
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT.
CAGE AND OF SALE.
Pursuant to power of sale contained
In mortgage made by WILLIAM W.
DANKL to C. T. RODGKRS, J. C I.O
ItEN.EN and GUOHGK W. ASHLEY,
Trustees of Harmony Lodgo No. 3, I.
O. O. F., and their successors In ollice,
ilatej the iBt day of November, A. I).
1903, and recorded In tbo Registry Of
fice, Oahu, In Liber 256, pages 122-123;
notice Is hereby given that tho Trus
tees Intend to foreclose said mortgage
for condition broken, to-wlt: non pay
ment of principal and Interest when
due, and that the property covered by
said morlgage will bo told at public
auction at tho auction rooms of Will
E. Fisher, corner of Queen and Fort
Streets, Honolulu, Island of Oalm, on
Monday, the 3rd day of December, A.
D. 1906, at 12 o'clock noon of said
Dated, Honolulu, Nov. 2, 1906.
CHAS. O. BAIITLETT,
C. J. LORENZEN aud '
Trustees Harmony Lodge, No, 3, I. O.
, q. F.; Mortgagees.
The property to be sold at aforesaid
consists of all the land known as Lot
7, lllock A of the Magoon Tract, sit
uate on Boretanla Street at Pawaa,
Honolulu aforesaid, and described on
Map recorded In tho Registry Office,
Oahu, In Liber 255, pages 73-74-75.
Terms of tale: Cash In U. S. Qold
Deed at expense of putchators.
For further particulars apply to
Messrs. Magoon tt Llgbtfoot, Attor
neys for Mortgagees, Magoon Build
Ing, corner of Merchant and Alakea
Streets, or to
WILL E. FISHER,
3535 Nov. 10, 17, 24; Dec. 1.
16, Kawaliihaos !l
Tho Normals' line up was as fol
lows: Centers, Bella Meldel, Marlon
Wllhelm; guards, Kealll Nahlnu, Rica
together with the buildings and all
other Improvements thereon;
2nd: All of that certain pteco or
parcel of land situate at ljihalua. 1st
forwards, Amy Awal, Mlnnloj'""' "f Maul, In said Territory, togeth
rr wiin uiu iJUliuiiigs Uliu uiliur nil
The Kawalahao players were: Ceh- 5".V.,I . "... n "'.. V.?,?....U..,'.V' "'
tors. Sarah Kauhlmaka, Mamie KIli-jNo. 662 aIlll iCj2i i c. A. E006, being
cr; guards, HattlC Robinson, I.lltlol. nnrnel nf 1nn,l il) fi-et niur nml
........ ... : ,---- . " - .-- .......a ... ......
(i.cnuei;, lorwarils, name rinnw, i;ii the ram conveyed to Charles S, Mar-
it tl tt
That's the number to ring up, If you
want toda water that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purttt goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Te.ct.honc Main 71
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In the Matter
of the Estate of Joshua K. Brown, de
ceased. Order for Notice of Hearing
Petition for Probate of Will. A docu
ment purporting to be the last will and
testament of Joshua K. Brown, de
ceased, having ou the 9th day of No
vember, A. D. 1906, been presented to
said probate court, and a petition for
tho probate thereof, and for the Issu
ance of letters testamentary to Annie
E. Brown having been filed by tald
Annie E. Brown, It la hereby ordered
that Friday, tho 14th day of December,
A. D. 1906, at 9 o'clock a. ra. of said
day, at the court room of tald court,
at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, be and the name hereby It
appointed the time and place for prov
ing said will and bearing tald appli
cation. It It further ordered that no
tice thereof be given, by publication,
ence u week for three BucceiBlv
weeks, in the Evening Bulletin, a
newspaper published in Honolulu, the
last publication to bo not less than
ten days previous to the time therein
appointed for hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, November 9, 1906.
J. T. DE BOLT,
First Judge Circuit Court, First
Attest: L. P. 8COTT,
Clerk Circuit Court, First
3536 Nov. 10, 17, 24; Dec. 1,
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
II MSEBUL DMWS
Tho baseball" season Just closed,
whlla a most successful one, did not
como up to previous years in thu mat
ter of attendance. Careful figures
show that during 1906 5,719,289 per
sons saw the games In the American
and National Leagues.
Chicago ousted Philadelphia as the
banner ball town, more than one fifth
of the figures ghou above witnessing
tho game.) played In the Windy City.
Thu figures show a decrease of more
than 85,000 from last year, tho Ameri
can League falling behind by 132,676,
while the National League showed an
Increase of 46,903.
Despite the clone, race of the Arncrl
can League and, the one sldcdncss of
the National League, this was the
best season the Nationals have had
since the Americans came East, anl
the best season thu older organisation
has had In Its history.
The grand total of the American
League was 2,938,076, while the liotal
of the National League was 2,781,213,
It being the third successive year that
thu Americans outdrew tho Nationals,
Tho difference In tho two leagues' fig
itrcs this season waa 166,863, while
last year's difference showed 326,442
tho Nationals making a gain of 169,
S79 on the Americans,
Thu Chicago Nationals lead all the
teams in both leagues with u total of
654,200, outilrawlng tho While Sox by
nearly 70,000. While the latter won
thu American l.eaguo championship,
their Dgures show a decrease of moro
than 100,000, while the Cubs' figures
The New York Americans ouldrew,
In New York, the world's champion
New York Nationals by moro than
20,000, the first time tho "Yankees'
have made such a showing,
Thu season in Philadelphia was not
as successful as last year, us both the
Athletics and Phillies fell off. Tho
Athletics' figures weru decreased by
65,447, while the Phillies' dropped 23,
252 from 1905.
Thu Western cities In each league
outdrew their Eastern rivals, Chicago,
Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis, in
the National l.eaguo, drew 1,003,003
while New York, Philadelphia, Brook
lyn and Boston drew 1,118,210. The
American League teams in the West
Chicago, Clexeland, Detroit and St.
Louis drew 1,474,135, while New
York, Boston, Athletics and Washing
ton drew 1,463,941. Tho largo Sunday
attendances In the West Increase tho
figures nearly one-third. Thu New
York Nationals drew both the largest
and the smallest attendance In one
day. Ou August K 26,000 persons wlt
nessed tho .Chicago game, while on
tin by deed of Moses AKawa and wire,
dated Feb, 7, 1903, recorded In Liber
268, at Page 217; all of the above de
kcrlbed property having been convey
ed to b&ld mortgagor by deed of Wil
liam L. Peterson and Charles S. Mar
tin, dated tho 5th day of May, 1904,
and recorded in Liber 258, at Pages
218 and 219;
Together with all the improvements,
rights, easements, privileges und ap
purtenances thereto belonging.
Terms: Cash, United States Hold
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
For further particulars' apply to
WADE WARREN THAYER, attorney
for mortgagee, 603-4. Stangenwald
Building, Honolulu, or JAMES F. MOR
GAN, Auctioneer, Kaahumamt Street
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 8. 1906.
JAMES T. TAYLOR,
Nov. 9, 17, 24; Dec. 1. 7.
Will taku a limited number of
uortcu und tattle fur pasture on Wal
oulkl Ranch, at Kallua, Koolaupoko,
with good rainlanla grass, koawo
beaut aud fresh water, terms rosnoii
able, apply to'C. I.AI YOUNG, In
Judgu Dickey's office, cor, King utid
lletlnl His, or tu AIiuiiiii on thu
3530-NflV. 3. 10, 17. 24.
IN CONFORMITY with Established
Custom, aud In Aicorduucu with Re
ligious Sentiment, I hereby Proclaim
THURSDAY, tho 29lh DAY OP
And iccommcnd the setting apart of
Said Day In the Same Spirit that has
characterized Itu observancu through
out the United States during ir.irjy
l.tt us shuw our gintltudo fur the
Fortunate Conditions under which wc
nru living, fur thu BeuetltH that have
been Bestowed upon us and for the
Great Gift of Good Health, by remem
berlug thu Poor and Needy, by tho
Suspension of Labtr, by Friendly In
tenoursu, and by thanking Almighty
God for His loving kindness and Ills
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1
have hereunto set my hand
and caused the Great Seal
oi the Territory of Hawaii
to bo affixed at the Execu
tive Building, In Honolulu,
this Twelfth day of Novem-
I8EAL her. In tho Year of our Lord
Onu Thousand. Nine Hun
dred and Six, and of tho In
dependence of the United
States of America the One
Hundred and Thirty-first.
O. It. CARTER.
3r.42-Nov. 17. 24.
a ami! naMi MaasMt I
Ladies' Trimme dHats
I:atu style crcalkns at very
Ladies' hats trimmed as ordered by expert lady
Wc have a complete and handsome assort
Men's Straw Hats
In popular shapes. Why not sec our stock?
Nuuunu, between King: and Hotel
DO YOU KNOW?
DO YOU KNOW OF PEOPLE AROUND YOU WHO
HAVE BEEN BURDENED BY HEAVY FUNERAL CXPEN8E3
COMING UNEXPECTEDLY 7
AVOID THIS YOURSELF BY JOINING .THE HARRISON
MUTUAL BURIAL ASSOCIATION.
Do you know what the benefits of the Association are 7
A $100. funeral to any member In event of death, noattcr
if he hat Jutt Joined the Association. N
Do you know how little It the cost?
Only a membership fee of $G.OU, which lo for life, and an
occasional small assessment to pay the funeral expenses of a
Since organized 4,343 certificates have been Issued and
310 members buried. The greatest cost to any of the 319 burled
members wat $7,501
JOIN NOW BEFORE TOO LATE.
J. H. TOWN8END , 8ECRETARV
Call and Inspect the Lauhala
Hampers full of JAMS ArlD
The Finest Kind of a Present
Send a case by the Ailzonan.
tend it to New York.
It won't cost you a dollar to
MRS. ANNIE KEARNS,
FACTORY, HOTEL ST, HONOLULU, TH
Phone Blue 1411
EXCHANGE OF LANAI LAND8.
-Notlru Is hereby given that n gen
eral public meeting will bu held In
thu Executive Rooms at 3:30 o'clock
rn th,. nfterminn nf Mondnv. Novem
October 4 lets than 250 persons saw (her thu 2Gth, to freely discuss the ml
vlsablllty of making an cxchauKO of
Ihu lands of Lauul, or tu condemn
such a project.
All parties who are Interested and
who care to offer suggestions are In
vited to be present. A free and full
Lxpreaslon of views Is desired either
tho Phillies play on the Polo Grounds
The largest crowd on a single day In
Philadelphia was at tho Athletics'
grounds, July 7, whuu 22,041 persons
taw Cleveland lose to the Athletics In
a ten inning game, Thu smallest
rrnwil at tlm Athletics' grounds was
sibb. A,n,ui -.7. in .en fiiilemro. The In pciaon or by correspondence.
largest crowd at the Phillies' grounds GUOItaK It. CARTER.
nub on Decoration Day, when 17,4241 (lou-rnot
saw lioston. Tho smallest crowd was Kxciutuo Iliilldliig.
U24, on September 27. to see PlttKburg lliwoluiu, Novemltw 9lh, WOO.
I. H H I ililit, -JSJOV. J I, Mt,
Mai tin J. Sheridan of tho lilsh., " - -
American Athletic Club was tho slur
performer tonight at thu opening
games or the two duy'u luduor ilium
plonsblp meeting of thu Amateur A!h
lutlu Union. In tho pole vault, Ih row
ing of thu CO pound weight und lu put
ting thu tl pound shuts with marks nf
IS rent 3 Int lies und CI (ent K IihIimh
loopu lively, thu latter In Ing u new
iii's n nml, Willi h guvu lilm u leuil
uliinu ull nllm fiiiiiiillli,
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tlitt immUr ly
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Hoping that this will be of tome benefit to you, I am, your truly.
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