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r.VIININO tllH.t.nTlN. ttONOUM.i). T II . SATURDAY, JAN. II. IJoT.
PubiUhed livery Day Kvccpt Sunday,
t KO King Btrrct. Honolulu,
T II., by tho
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WALLACE n. FAJIRINQTON.. Editor
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Six month I .60
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Territory of Hawaii, )
First Judicial Circuit. )
C. (1. HOCKl'O, Ilimlncsii Manager
nf the Dulletln Publishing Company.
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
oath deposes nml says. That the fol
lowing Is n true nml eorrcct statement
rt the circulation, (or tho week ending
Prlday, January llth. 1907, of the
Dally ami Weekly IMItlons of the
Circulation of Evening Dulletln.
Saturday, Jan. S 2615
Monday, Jan. 7 2386
Tuetday, Jan. 8 2316
Wednesday, Jan. 0 2372
Thursday, Jan. 10 2353
Trlday, Jan. 11 2328
Average dally circulation 2395
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Jan. 8, 1507 2507
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii 1103
Combined Guaranteed average
nuu.uTiNPuiii.isiiiNd co., iri
by C. O. 1IOCKU8,
Otibsrrlbed and sworn to bo
fore me this 12th day of
ISKAI.) Jntiuaiy, Anno Domini
p. 11. nuitNinri:,
Nntarr Public. Klrst Judicial Circuit
SATURDAY JAN. 12. 1907.
Prance has led In the submarine boat
building; also In sending the buata be
low Riirfaco necr to return.
Itnlrc the salaries and rcoudlato the
ilrbtg Is the policy Hawaii Count) hat
hung on the wall for the time being.
. i. ij-- j j
When two yearn' rain h delivered In
one month of the third year, It la cer
tain to bo dcllUTcil in continuous
Delegate Kuhlo appear to li.nc made
IIih mistake of minding hla own busi
ness and not advertising his III ln-nltn
to crc.ito sympathy
- la. 1 )
Uvery merchant should not only ir
new his subscription to the Promotion
Committee. Ho should double It Tho
return will bo triple the tmall sum he
If Judge De Holt's decision In not a
McCandlcss decision from start to II n
Idi, then the honorable Judge haa been
careless In the iuc of words to express
Decision of the Promotion Commlt
tee to advertise, abroad with bill post
ers Is accepted with the hope that no
community will look upon Hawaii with
the disfavor Honolulu meted to tho
Japanese development associations
(or the Philippines would be hailed
with delight at any other time. And
when the people recover their ability
to think straight, the clement of sus
picion will he eliminated.
, . J ' I ' -W
Ail cducntlonnl commission free from
perbonal uxen to grind will Includo a
good representation of educational
workers with experience In the public
schools, concerning which tho pin
posed coiumlsilon rl.ilms to be bollclt
The volcano Manna Ijou appears to
bn treating the district of Kau to one
of its old time shake-ups. The moun
tain is obviously uuikctt on the Kau
side and a lava flow will not be 0111
prhlug, as the period of unlet has been
Tho Bulletin publishes today the
complete report of Secretary Mctc.ilf
on the San I'ranclbco i-cliool question
Wo recummeuil careful reading of this
document by nil cltlcnu and especially
thoi,o who talk learnedly 011 conditions
In San Francisco without having taken
the trouble to get at the facta fiom In
Cable report from Los Angeles s.ajn
arrangements are "completlnc" for the
new steamer line between San Pedro
und Honolulu. May all dlfllculllea bo
to hpcedtly overcome that arrange
mentn will be reported au completed
Honolulu has had wine experience and
understands the vast dltfcrenco be
tween plans on hand und plans com
pleted, mid tho ship tttnrtcd.
Having convinced clllzeim of tho
mainland that volcano nml eaithntial.c
fiikei 'iro fnkes, tho ronmnceis ut Ha
waii uie turning their attention to the
Japanese question. One of the icjults
is the statement by tho New York Iltr
old that cltlzenn of Honolulu and th
Island of Oahu uro vvr ujiprelieuslvo
iAuwUi'LMitos .JtuzJmik il Wu
IrM a rir. rutitirmk of wnr shall
land "in 1 in n iiiiiki unromlnrtnhlf po
Hlicn ii. . .in. i- hi this ((inclusion lit
the ih'.'.iI up. niton of the ,lnp.itire
icglnii i .i.M
Hi:.' Inn. it i-ii to the orct'iluli and
glvi 11 a In .1 1 etulnrrrinriit to the Con
solar ( iinii'ii nre This la not only 11
fair iilmn In the effort Honolulu hat
expended lot the IIII11 brrakwntcr. but
It i.h'in . a growing spirit of roopcra
Hon I In- Hue was when a iciiucsl for
Hllo 10 do whim thing for the common
fcod was tui't Ir the shcrlrf at the
wharf nml n IkhI. of nlnrmed cltlcu
urucd Willi Inlrl-hnts to swnt ovciy
ihing besirlng 11 Honolulu bull mark
Working aln.ir. In the modern llntio-I'tlll-llllll
sule. nc should bo llllle to
t.ocurc tin t'onf .e-ec. the htfiiknntcr.
Mid the military K" I for the Island of
Hawaii. vMi the irfiind bill thiown In.
'I lie loir of llanali County's outgo
big itn-ril of UupiTvlMirB In fnxoi of
liieretrcd inlirl"!- roi Iheir nucconsors
n nlllce inei'tn wlt'i n prompt nml very
timely iicKation from tho Hllo Trlh
nil- " Hltnpl 0I1 nn " expresRen the
Hllo opinion llniiiilulii might add.
Illilli iiloa.. nlisiird " And every
wilier Counti tccosnl the motion
The Trliiuni' hol.la Hint "Tho nicro
matter or .1 rnlo of 50 a month Is
l.ot In Itself a seiioiui matter, but tho
principle InvolM'il Ik a serious one."
This principle it Hot foi Ih as embodied
In the fact that the Suierlsors do not
I'.mlcr scrvlcps worth J100. month.
Ah rCKiiids tho worth of tho Super
visorial hcrvlceii each County linn to
jiidgo for Itself. A Supervisor who
does his full duty should certainly
Che J 100. talue. A man Is RiipiKiaed
I 1 have somo regard for tlio duly' ho
owes the public under tho heading of
tho resHiiiHlbllity of citizenship. All
rctlon should not bo baned on pickings
The Supervluni who Is not worth
fiOO. a month will servo the people
better by working oil the ro.nl at a
dollar a day. Hut then- Is no renron,
Miller a iropcr interpretation of hla
duty, why ho uhoiild ho paid that
Tho public nfllcor or tho employ e of
u private coneeni who Is not north
n.ore than ho is paid, or does not con
stantly slrll'i to make hlmculf of moio
Milne, Is not north his sail.
This Itullet In would liaso ItH opposi
tion to thn appeal for a raise In imlary
on slightly dirtciviil grounds, but thorn
(3 no shadow- of turning in conclusion.
Success of County nilmlulstrallon la
found In tho lucrenscd nmoiiut of
work that can bo done for tho lieoplo
nl-il the spred, clllcleiicy and economy
villi which It is accomplished
Failure will bo wtltten all ner
HfliirU WSlTOrnnilCD'3" ccclw omeer at this early- Mago 1
I lUll I T If QlulllUUOu'nf I'Ih ailmltilstratlon Is Indeed a neat
Trust Company, Ltd.
has taken over the agency of
The Kilauea Volcano
and la prepared to furnish tickets for
the round trip from Honolulu and re
turn via cither Hllo or Honuape
In this connection It lias opened ai
for the benefit of Tourists and others,
?nd will gladly supply neneral infor
mation in this line, or suggest an itin
erary to any part of the Territory.
This department will be in charge
of Mr. JNO. A. PALMER, who will
endeavor to seo that visitors to Ha
waii aro shown Its many attractions.
Real Estate Dep't,
McCully Street $20.
Beretanla Street $40,
Aloha 'Lane $18.
King Street $35,
Nuuanti Street $D0.
Cor. Pensacola and Kinau $10.
Nuuanu Street $30,
Matlock Avenue $30,
Klnau Street , $20.
Matlock Avenue $25.
A two bedroom house, stable, etc.,
on a lot 200 x 300, eight minutes' walk
from car line,
For one Week from Jan. 1, 1907, we
will accept $2000. for above property,
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd,,
Corner Fort ani Merchant 8ts.
Cr iinly r.oi eminent if ieolviii llsetr
Into a iiiHlliini nf prnildlng dherru
mid sundry people wllh 11 steadily
glowing liiciiino from public hoiirres.
The IIII11 paHT imys well, when It
ci unni'ln the cltlrcn and public mil
clnls of Hnnnll Coiiuly that "thn Idea
that public nlllco Is n prlvato snap
heed to tic orndleatcil even heio In
Thclo Is no qucitloii Ihal tho"
filieme of big pay for each lime n man
turns nroiind In tho alleged Interest
ol the " tlovorninent ' was worked to
1 llnlidi in the days when Hawaii was
Milder the " best government on earth."
Tho crowd that diew down tho money
iiinler Hie lovely centralization Is tho
Prut to cry out "draft " nhen Its ex
maple Is followed. Hut this furnishes
no reason for tho peoplo of the pres
ent day under 11 fairly civilized deien
irallzed government following 11 had
The legislature of Hie Tenllory of
Hawaii should pigeon hole t-very prop-
drlllon hiiiuglit before It to ralro II10
salaries of County Supervlhois, and
v.-ltli a very few extraordinary excep
tloni. Ihe salaiy of any County olllccr.
Kdllor Kvenlug llullctln -In setting
lot lb tho Intentions and scope of tho
lMurallonal Committee of tho Civic
federation, Mr. P. I.. II.. whom wo
take to bo Its upokesniau, Is unhappy,
iiiiwitliugly so 110 doubt, tu Ills use of
He says: "Tho Superintendent of
Public IiisIiiicIIoii gladly cooperates
In every way with tho Commission,
. . . ," etc., ele.
This language might lead the crltl
111I and unclini liable to suposo that
the Committee la Hie whole thing nml
the Superintendent of Public lnstruc
Hon ami the Comiiilsslnners of Hduea
I 'on Ihe subordinate thing the appen
dage to liu nagged by t lie chief part of
Knowing tho character and civic
v littles of tho gentlemen ((imposing
this committee. It Is not for 11 moment
to bo Inferred that tho laugiiago Is 11
coirecl rcllex of their Intentions. Hut
would It not Imvo been more In nccord
mice with tho fitness of things to say
that tho committee of thij Civic Kt der
ation would eooper.ito with ,l!io Su
perintendent of Public Ini-triicllou mid
tho Commissioners of ('duration In
their laudable but illlllcult elforta In
1 ul tho m-IiooIh on a still higher level?
Honolulu, Jan. 12, '117.
n it it it u it tt it ti it h it it it :t ii tt tt
" hnimrr mn -niniiii-
PUIIIIW Ally MIHDLIIUI
tt it ii ii ii : tt tt tt tt tt ti tt it n ii it "
l.'dllor Kvenlug Il'illetln Tlio mi
nouncement mado by tho piescnt lie
cumbeiit of tho police department nf
tlio County of Oahu piohlhlllng tho
iiso of imlltlcs by thoso who nro illiecl
ly under his control savo himself as
little bit nf farce
Anyone who Is endowed Willi iho
urn of common i-eiiso and who knows
how long laukea hud attempted to
inlso himself from tho fall ho had
piado threo or four years ago by hover
ing lis connection from tho itepubll
can party would know almost to a cor-taint-
that such pretenses and espe
cially when It emanates from a man
who has nothing clue to think of but to
better hla own condition llko laukea.
It unreliable. laukea knew full well
before actsumlng rnsiionslbllltlcH of bin
ofllco that the men who aro about an I
nro to lecclvo his benedictions aro
men deeply Interested, bodlcit and
wills. In politics teguliited by ono coin.
moil body tho "Democratic Machine,"
pot only that bo ones his election
through tho united efforts of his now
lv adopted fnther, tho Democratic par
ty, and tho Ignored Aclil'a Party La
Why inako such dcspnllc rules? Sim
ily this, "laukea wants to mako tho
bygono good" Kacli nml every one
( f tho men ho appoints In (illlen Is n
member of either the Democratic Club
0. Its Central Comiiiltteo and they, If
lliero Is any sincerity in laukea'-. ro
litest, should havo horn made to glvo
up their party afnilatlon, whether Hem
ooratle, Ilepubllenii or otherwUo bo
foro they nro commissioned to otllco.
laukca's recent visit to tho Chief Kx-
ecutlvo ofllccr nml tho uovoral Toril
torlal officers proves tho con outness
of tlio aliovo assertions.
Another hit of fnreo Is tlio continual
The First of the Year
mcrchauto and all others will want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your office, We have Just received
a largo shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES, As we are closing out our 3TOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost,
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
ny by II-" 'Tlcer before I'leellim that
If laiikeu Is I'leileil (llieillT of thn
Coiltily of (lilin, Ksmbllilg will bo
becked ami women will M pii'venled
I mill going Into snloons. Why, Ixml
lleaMii' gnmblliig Is Mill going nil In
full blast mid women are Mill enjoy
lug tunny n pleasant night In the sa
loons. Although this Is the r.tli day of tan
keii's and Tavlors rieallon not a sill
gle ease of gamblliiK or of saloon go
ing woliHii linve Ihev 111 rested, What's
tho mailer Tlser-Tnilnr. Imvo yon
gone Into a iranee or have you forgoi-l
ten the usual gambling snug of grand 1
ma 'Tlser or have you not yet nwokc '
fiom your lilgtitmate s1umber7 Ilah' I
HaM Itimh' Whv not ask grandma
'Tlrer to ashlsl vnu In all your under
takings ami alio nvk her blessing
that you 111111 riicceiil In all your nr '
H'Kls of gaiiilillug and saloon-goliig
women? Kvm. Utile bit helps.
Honolulu. .Ian 12, '1)7
it x . v k tt x n x )t it; k ;c a k ?
V V X
fc; H m ii w V V, V. K X X V .
Itnyal Hawaiian band will, by
older of the Supervisors, give Its next
Sunday romcrl at the Kntlhl pumping
f.tallon 'I lie bund will begin to pump
niualc at 3 o'clock This aflernoou tho
concert nllt be given at Aula Park
(Irand Manh. "Hawaii Nell". Ilerger '
Overdue, "Poet and Pcas.itil". .Kuppo
Ballad, "Hlua Mnka Ulliill". .. .Ilelim
Selection, "Musical Itevlow", . Ithlero
Vocal, Hawaiian Songs. ar. by Ilerger
Selection. Old folks at Home" ...
Intermerro. "Trui' Love". I'rotsi Inner
finale, "farewell- Williams
"The Sl.ir-Spanglcd llaiiner."
SUNDAY ArTERNOON CONCERT
.March, "I'harlalaiie" Sousa
Ovcituie, "Light Cavalry " ... SitpH'
Ilallad. "Moon and Coon" . . . fisher
bolcclnii. "Ilelle of lloheinla"
March, "ILnppv Heine" I.ainpc
Selection, "Ihe Star" (Vllnre
Intermezzo, -Silver Heels" ... Motel
finale, "Swastika" Ilusby
"The Slar-Sp.ingled llanner."
OK l OF Mi
(Special to The llullelln)
Wnlliiku, Maul, Jan II.- At mid
night Wediieiiday or rally Thursday
morning Iho glow fiom the volcano on
.Manna I.0.1 was plainly seen fiiim Wal
lukii. lid 1 1 or (,'olio of the Maul News
was ono of Iho forluuato ones to see
tho grand sight of a iiiinintalu on lire
I fill miles away Mis. .1. II. Itaymond
saw It and thinking that II might bo
wine hom-K 1111 Hie ul the Dlupal.ikiia
laii'li rung up lenlial and was told
(hat the glaio was fiom the volcano on
Some oT the skentlcal ones would not
lellcve Iho repot t at MrM until uppilFcd
by nlrclcss today of the outbreak on
London, Dee. 20.- Intelligence from
Pleloimarilzbiirg stales that Dlnlzul'i,
Iho paramount Zulu chief, of Natal,
has been arrested and Imprisoned for
$2250 WILL BUY A HOMC.
938 FORT ST.
ftleh and beautiful pieces In
pure gold. St-kt. fine 6ct with
The Purest Jade
BRACELETS, SCARF PINS
Our Workmanship Excella.
H. F. Wichman & Co.,
J. M. Davis
8EWINO MACHINE REPAIRER.
1250 FORT ST, near BEHETANIA.
Sewing machines for sale,
TEL, MAIN 117,
. 1..., ,:,,.:.,.. .t.aiiiAiaJ'. wJL.f jfffltojffljft
tillllMIBIIBIIIIIIIIMsBwi!4IKMilllMEBIHWsmg i'- WKm
BBBWBWpjiijiln rTiirr nn n 1 urn 1 r n n TMcTNTn e AjBtBW-wBEBWWWBi
CAT.Wtltl! of tho respiratory organs
In a common ailment In Canada for
at leant two-thirds of the year.
This condition Is no doubt canned tiy
llm long, severe winters oxperlencrU In
this part of tlio continent.
Therefore, when Pernna was ills
covered by Canadian peoptn In ho n re
liable remedy for theso catarrhal dis
eases, It at once became a popular medi
cine, mil only among Individuals ami
In families, but In thn great hospitals,
where It was tised as n preventative sml
relief in hundreds nf eases.
These institutions do not hesitate to
give their endorsement of the remedy
which has been so helpful In tho treat
ment of their poor nml sick.
Among )hese Institutions Is that of
Ihe Hlslrrsof (IihkI Shepherd, who gavo
thn following endorsement:
The Peruna Company,
Having uicd Peruna (or the pail few
months, (or our nick and poor, nearc
happy to say that It hat git en us great
The Sisters of Ihe Good Shepherd,
August 20, 190.1, Montreal.
After a continued use of the remedy,
this Institution has found nn reason to
change Its good opinion of th" remedy
and expresf.es Its satisfaction In Iho fol
low In; tunuai
For special directions everyone should read "The lllo of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottle, Pe
runa Is for sale by tho fallowing druggists and will supply the retail trade In Honolulu, Hawaii: Dencon, j
Smith &. Co., Hobron Druy Co., Honolulu, Hawaii. ?"-
Kaiuuela. Haw-til. .Inn 12 -Mrs tl
Maliuka Spent cr, the wife of the boot
keeper of Ihe P.itkor much. South K
luila, hat been siilously IiiiIIsmim'iI
hlnie last November, but Is now tap
Idly ii'covcilng. It seems Hint aflei
Ihe Illlll.it fotei follow lug coiillui'liielit,
lie has been a victory of various com
plications and leeclved the allciulaiu o
of ipille a number of phyi.lcl.ins from
various pails of the Island. Cold wa
tcr sponging for this fevei was follow
ed by broncldlls, bioiicbllis by plcur
, Isy plciuisy by nil effusion, effusion
I by an cmpicma and the empyema evi
.dcneiil itself in an abscess. 'I'heto
1 (implications weio pomuwhal puzzling
until the lliinl unmistakable londlllou
wan ended in appropriate treatment
rnil 11I10 Is iuv on tho fair nay In 10
covcry l)r Alcherley of N'ottli Knna,
who pc( formed the nocosMiry opera
Hon, has hecu letnlncil In icinaln with
tho patient for a week or two. Ilo Is
1 brolher-lu law of Mrs. Sieiicet'n.
DICK DID NOT FIGHT
The San Pranelfcn Chionlcle of .Ian
11,11. v A has Ihe lollnwlug to say about
Hick Sullh.iu und 11 match which hu
did not get
Tho (hinge Muiray-lllck Sullivan
go did not maleilallzi'. Murray ictus
ed In light, staling thai ho had agreed
In light onh'iiii (i million that Sulll
van mako a side hot. Tlio plub an
lioumcd Unit Murray had m.ulu a do
iniind for nunc money than hu had
I'greed to accept nml when It was re
I used, ho would not go 011.
Entered for Record Jan. II,
From 10130 a. ni. to 4 n. in.
I Itiiyinond IfeycK und wf to .Annie A
I if,,..,.. ..1 ,i ,.
.v...,,,...,, . ,.. it
I, Ah Kau to l,ce Hon ot ul us
list of II P lllfdiop by trci to John 1"
John b' Colburn ami wf to Plrst Am
Snv & Tr Co m
Hear, Lansing & Co by tr to ,1 A
Tompletou 1 1
Morris lloseiildeilt tn Tin of la.t of .
H C Allen M
W It Casllo Ir to Daniel Logan, . .Itel
1, Ahlo and wf by nfft of mtgee tn 11
Hackfelil ft Co Ltd PoicAtTilt
I, Ahlo and wf hy a'lll of nilgeu In 1)
iluekluld H Co Ltd . ... I'oicAITiU
Mcllrydo Dal I. id to Alexander M
Melliydn el al 1)
Miuy Iteyea and hah to K Matsii-
K Matsiiiuoto lo ItlchunPH Tlont tr.M
0 llludcl und wf tu Itlchutd II Ttctit
PROMINIHN'P HOSPITALS SAY
. - -
UUEZ) VVU1VIJJZ1VD cj
ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES.
Montreal, A'or. 7, 190.1.
We found Peruna a relief In sci eral
We can say It Is a good tonic and ire
aro very thank ful.
Sisters of the flood Shcphcnl.
When catarrh onco fastens llsctf iikiii
thosystem, II becomes alt obstlnalo dis
ease to eradicate,
A systemic remedy otic Hint reaches
every Internal organ of thn Imdy Is an
Peruna Is Just such n remedy. It
searches out thn cause of the dlsense,
healing and strengthening thn mucous
membranes, nml tlius giving Nature an
opportunity to perform her part of the
Ono of the many hospitals which
have found Peruna of value 111 treating
old and obstinate casos of catnrrh Is tho
Hospital St. John, who write, as
"Wo are happy to tell you that your
Peruna has given us satisfaction, Threo
patients Imvo tried it, one IM years old,
Uvnoiil Hupiils, aflllelcd Willi catarrh, Is
much relieved, more than be has been
for a number of yesrs.
"A young girl. IS years old. had an
nhstlnatc cough, which halt a bottle of
I'cruna carnal to disappear.
"As to myself, two botllni have con
vinced mn that Peruna Is magnlllcuil
Helm llalll ami wf bv Cnmr to (ion
Wan llm I)
Entered for nccord Jan. 12, 1907,
From D a. in. to 1 ti : 30 n. m.
.lainen A Wilder tn Silvano do No
Hylvnuo do Nolueg.i In Mrs II A
Recorded Jan. -I, 1007.
.1 M' DnWKett In Ida K l.ainb; II;
por It I' 1 :,, Kill 7011. Ai 1. Port St.
Honolulu; $1. nn;, p :i'j;i. Dated
Dec !l. i'.llii!
Miiy I'aahan tn I'aimy Slrauch; II;
lilt lit Kill i;:;:'.'i. Nlolnpa, llunolulu;
IS.1. It L'iiii. p ):. DalOd Dec 17,
Joan I) Holt .Is, to W C Athl tr;
D. poi It I' I7.'.S. Kill '.8il, amakela.
Honolulu. $uo. It I'SO, p 103. Dated
Jnu I, Kin;
Alexander M More to ICniinn A
Aides, D, pe land, hldgH, etc, cor Her
elaula I I'llkot Sts, Honolulu; n',-
I. II 'Mi, p 101. D.ied Sep 1'.'. Uiii.
JoHuph Kaiialaul and wf by uftl of
mtge.i In James I' Morcanj I'oic Afft;
-Misii m ft I11111I, l.aulhail -ad, N Knna,
Hawaii. II l!Mi, p IIIH. Daed Jan II,
.loiepli Kaualnnl by mtgee to llath--heba
M Allen; I); IIIMI si rt laud,
l.aiillian L'ml, N K111111, Hawaii; )7".'i.
II W: p lu. Haled .Ian I, P.III7.
Illshop of Zouguia tn I! A IJaldwln";
I., SO fl It W over Jt.-i neics In hu1
laud, (lliimalu, llamaku.ilo.i. Maul; 15
yrs al tin per au, I) :s$, p 100. Dat
ed 1111 I, tun.".
M K Kalilikaiiu by aid of m I gee tn
.1 Alfied Magonii, K010 Alfdl; It' l'
inor, and L'SSO, Kllalll, ele, Wallnil. Mo-
lnkiil. II S8U. i 2lt, Dated Deo (I.ISUG.
Rceor'lcd Jan. D, 1307.
I.lhhey IT W Vlda nml hsb (I) II) to
lllvhop of .eiigma; I); iul In por Ap
1. It P MSS, Kill SDlTill, Kap.ih,1ha, Ilo
noliilu; fl. II 2.VI, p 111. Dated Jan
John Hinmnlulh lo Alelhela V .1 Km
meliilh; llx 1); I-1 iut in real, personal
and iiilM'il propnrly of M and W ('
Jones, deed, In llawn Islds. U 2Sti,
I IIU. Dated Jan I 1907.
Alelhela V J Hmmcltltli tn John
Hmmelulh; Kx D; Iut In all lauds held
by J Kmiuiulh us tr. II lleti, p 11:',
Dated .Ian I, IU07.
IMwanl Knust ami vvf to Kaouohl
I.ul (W); I); Iut in Ap 1, II P 2011
and It P lr.r, l Kalialuii, Koolaupoko,
llaini; 1 2 Hit la "Oahu I'liijeclors,'
llunolulu: l, ide It 28fl, p tu. Dal
.l Del l'J. UIUC.
Koh.ila l.mul Co Ltd to Kohahi Siij
Co; I,; Kill UGiil, por (lis 2103 und
7113 and I acres laud, Kiipiiau, ele,
N itotmia, Hawnll; 2,1 yis at crop lull
tal. 11 :'88, p 103, Dated Deo 31, 1900,
"Ilefnre thn treatment I eoiibl nol
walk for n ipinrler of an hour without
experiencing iniieli fallgue. Now I cam
walk a mill) easily,
"Through these three eases wedeslt"
In make known to Iho piibltn llm ef
ficiency nf jour remedy."
Hospital St.. lobii, of Kt.Johns,
Province of )ueliee.
A laler letter reeelved from tliosaino
Institution reads as follows!
"Three weeks ago I wrote lo tell
.1011 how satisfactory 11 c found
I'cruna. We recommend It highly for
1 olds, coughs, catarrh and neuralgia.
"I have used II nivsnlfssn loulo Willi
thn best results, taken lis directed, bnlf
n toasprmuful every half hour."
I'cruna not only promptly relieves
coughs and colds In their llrsl stages,
but Is equally prompt and eillrlelit, for
catarrhal diseases Ii tho chronic stage.
Of course, It Is only reasonable ui
suppose that a great deal less luedleinn
will be necessary to cure a slight attack
of catarrh than would be rcipilnil In
relieve the aliment after It bail been nl
lowed tu Iiecotno chronic.
Directions for taking Hie remedy trill
be found on each bottle, also In Dr.
Ilnrtnian's I(.k, called "The Ills nf
Life," which can IhmiIiIhI licit from your
ilrouglsl for the asking.
Vnr special Instructions tvrlln ! Dr.
Isrliniiii, 1'rcldeiii of I lie HArtinou
Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
MAUI TAKES SHOT
THROUGH IMPROVEMENT CLUB
AT LANAI fiXCHANCE
(Si'eelnl (0 Hu llulletlin
Waihiku Maul, Jan II The Wul
luku linpriiveuicnl akmh I.1II011 held lis
annual iiieellug yo.leid.iy and elccttil
the follnnlng olllecrs for the cUHiiIng
year; It. A. Wadswoith. piesldenl;
D. II. D.IVK Ue picbldenl, Ch.ls. Wll
iox, sccictaij, ami C. D. I.ufkln, ti eas
I'or exeiutlvc couinilttce; Jlesnro. W.
T. Itobliibou, .1. N. S. Williams, D. II.
Caw?, W, A. McKay, I). L. Meyer, Hugh
M. Coke und Ceo. Weight.
Alter dlsjioi-jl of loutluo m.itteis,
Scuatoi CoeJho bioiight up tlio matter
ot the Lnu.il land CMhauge.
Juilgo .McKay iook the floor ami ox
prcsM'd himself sttongly agaliibt lJi
pioposeil land ('xiliiiiign, lie thoutlit
the Bale of the land woi'lil ic.uh tho
Tenllon or unite a tidy annual sum In
the shape of rents' as It was lo hu ex
changed for iion-ievcniie pioducliig
propcrtv, ami nil general in iiictnlci
suili liaclK of gou'i mucin lauds hhould
be held for settlers who would lake 1111
i.ald lauds for houiesteaili und thu in-
Bulling business fiom h e bullderii
would bo of moie benellt to tho couiitty
at huge than the present plans,
Killlni II. M. Coke nf l,i. Mn,, KmA
cald that tlio tc.ibon for opposing thu
cxeniinge 111 not to lute h In thn giving
or the laud to unc liidlvlilual an In the
object ot It It was simply u case ot
taking the value of publb lands located
In Ihe County or Mam f,. l0 benefit ut
Honolulu mIiooIs. nothing In It for
Maul schools. t w.ts n casn of all for
Honolulu nml nothing for Maul, The
matter was then uteiiril tn the execu
tive (ummiitie of ulu AbMHlatlon.
It. W. SliliiKlc returned fron. a trip
0 lilin In (oniicciiou with the koa
lumber liidusd v today.
Jheie is, necoiillng to ,,n explorer.
1: largo and n,.lc0 Boulh AmlcMl
pldei which chaBcs men ir they come
Ion i.ear lis linking ,,.,.,, 0l
occasion he was iuiueil hy ,,,,. ..j,,,,.
hie at 1111 easy nm ,t.P , (
Biacs," l,o wiltes, " observed a spider
'""''lug me, loping swirtly im
"l l;'ldiig up will, my beast. nlni
0.I.1 blow will, 'my whip and tho point
or hu lush sl.uck ll.u Kiound elosu
lo It, when It Instantly leaped upon
; tan up thu lash. ,! was nctuilly
vv thin ihroii or four Inches of my hand
when I Hung tho whip r.oui mo." -PlttabiiiB