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HVnNINO IUJM.RTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., HATIJIHUY. Kill) 9, 1907.
' Lo vejoy & Co.,
902-9 J 4 Nuuanu Street. 'Phone Main 308
Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors.
1 Fruity Rhymes
! Oh! let tlicm come, llio "I'uro food rnlil,"
Cnmo and' sco ny Chutney iiiuile,
(Jowl, clean and hot, pungent nnd snappj',
Jj Why, tho pure-food men will go nwiiy happy!
Jj Invites all visitors to Honolulu to call and taste her Island preserves
184 HOTEL STREET.
What Prominent People Say
The Harrison Mutual Burial Ass'n
Messrs. Harrison .Mutual Ilnrlul Arso
(lontlcmcn: Your Association not
only assures every member of a prop
er ami decent builnl at n ery small
cost, hut rrllocs others (it a rcsponsl
blllly they aro not ulwiiys prepared
FATIIKIl II. VALKNTIN.
Messrs. IliirrlKon Mutual Ilurlnl Asso
elation. (icnllcincn: I hnvo carefully Invci
tigaled tho plans of jour Association
and urn heartily In fnvor wllh tho
Idea. You may put me on jour list as
a member, and I recommend cverjimu
lo Join whether they think they will
need tho benefit or not.
Itcbpcctfully i 1)111 s,
W.M. W. HALL.
I valuo highly my own membership
In the Harrison Mutual llurlal Asso
ciation and recommend ox cry lAun,
woman and child 1)1 Honolulu to join.
I'. 0. JON1C3.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Cash on hand and In banks,! 87,018.00
llonds 6,r.00 00
Stocks nud other Invest
Mortgages secured by real
ctlato . . . r 11.906.45
Loans, demand am tlnio.. 3U2.7SR.S1
''iirnlturo and llxtuics ... b,15l.07
Accrued Intcicst recciv
AnsctH other than Ihoso
specified aliovo 11, IT. 1.75
Tenltory of Hawaii, County of Oahu. --TKT-WI HW7fl!Wf;aa
I, A. N, Campbell, Treasurer of the Ileniy Waterhouse Trust Co,' Ltd,
do Bolcmnly bweur Ihat tho abovo statement U true to the butt of my
h.tow lodge nnd bollef,
A. N. CAMPIIHLL,
Subset Hind and awnm to before no thin tr.t day of January, 1907.
Noihij 1'tibllv, Hist Judicial Ciicult.
PHONE BLUE 1411. l
(cntlcmcu: I chcoifutly kIvo my
Indorsement to tho Harrison Mutual
llurlal plan nnd helluva It u great bcu
ufH to tho connnunlty.
Very truly jours,
II. II. I'AHKUIt.
Harrison Mutual Ilurlnl Association:
Gentlemen: Kvcry man ought to
rni ry bomo kind of Insurance. It seems
In mo that this should come, first, und
I hno jet to find u plan which seem.)
mnro prncltcal or more rcasonnblo
than joins. Am clad I hare been a
member fmm tho start .
Very truly jours,
HKNUY C .IJROWN.
Mr. V. W. Hall:
I brcanio n member of the nssocla
lion of which jou nro tho president, u
lltlb after Its start, and am satisfied
with what It has fulfilled. Tho deceas
ed members have received burial ru
spcetablj', and hud It not been for
jour association their living ones
nould.iindoubtcdly feel tho funeral ex
penso considerably. I recommend ov
oi y man and woman and child to Join
In. DAVID L. A-l.
Sllbscilbcd . ..$200,000.00
10 p o r cent.
paid III X 80,000.00
Undivided profits 31,7?1MI
Tiust and agency accounts nVt.S10.03
Accrued interest payabln., 3IO,:iS
Liabilities nthor than Ihoso
bpeclflcd above 3,788.50
CHANCE AND FATE
... ' "
l' ti("!tn)ii nil the suine ld'ilv: fi i
'J'licic is mi Kale, mill Nature will 1
Hit kind :iiiiovitl no'cr deny i
To hint wliu woiki'tli Iht no ill. . 5
Slit-frowns ami sniilt-H alike on all: S
"" lio alone witli iiiiikI iiionwc ,
Wliu ti ikIm the wormwood mill tin' pills
Who -wks tin Ii.hIuwm in the t'Wo.
To nil lliiit hold ii cheerful heart, .
I'jicIi llimiT or shrnli or.teiuler hliidi r
Js I'rovidence which doth impart
lit share of situ or ilm-loiiie sliiule.
On piod mid h.iil the ume mvn fall,
And so in p(H)i or li.nl intent ;
And what we liavu is not nl all ,j
.More lo in than to others sent. .
What hrinpi the laid to perfect lilootn
And liie.ilhiN swiet life in hidden seed, 4
Sends IiIo-miiiii o nil earlv tninli '
And prove the death of life, indeed.
According at we earch, we find ;
Kn joy in we appreciate;
So 'lis not Providence lint .Mind
That hold the Kev of Chance and J'ale.
lloi.t' .vi.ua, Hawaii, Feb. 10, '07.
Books, Bookish People and Things
We jet no (cod by being ungenerous even lo a book.
E. 13. Browning,
THE IAND OF
Mrs. Trnllope was criticised many
J ears iiro for htr criticism of Amer
ican prudery In 1832.
Thnt was h lone time ago, and wo
have Improved n great deal since then
but onco In n while nut of the Hust
comes n howl over some painting of
the form "divine" or n bust too much
As an evldenio of the narrow out
look nnd iii realty puerile and prudish
mind, take tho various Instances of
fool-action on tho part of Miliary
committees nnd directors of art gal
leries. Just (hit other day mi Knstem pas
tor In u Western church Insulted ono
of his longregntlou by asking her
where she "left tho rest of her
clothes," referring to n low-necked
dress thnt sho wine. It might ho
more correct lo call such a man n
moral penert; it man who sees evil
where no one clso sees anything at
nil; certainly the taint Is In tho vis
Ion of the looker
I'nfoi Innately, this Is a product of
u ccitulu rcllglnuu school a hot-bed
forcing Into inniiUiuil channels.
Last jear tho directors of ono of
the libraries of fhe.Kast londcmncd
Jmucs Ume Allen's "A Summer In
Aruidy" as being Indecent. And
tome other directors, not far nwuy,
icfiibcd to accept it claf.de figure be
cause tho breasts wero not "sufll
Just think of It! Ashamed of the
exposure of ono of the most beautiful
phj slcitl evidences of sacred function
that we have In nature! And I act
ually read the other day of it minis
ter In tho Philippines who In his pul
pit condemned tho wealing of short
dresses by the native girls of twelve
und ocr us being "Immoral" and bad
for the boys. Probably such it "break"
Is nutilo only by ono without it sense
of humor, ami certainly ho had no up
picclntlon of tho fitness of things or
of tho Innocence of aborigines who
go naked, '
Tho wearing of clothes has i cully
mado us an Immodest people, and the
man or woman who htcs in the mi
covered leg of a child of either sex
tho faintest truce of harm, Is not lit
lor decent society I say this advU
edly; ho Is not fit to bo among pure,
To such it tainted mind to ono
who cannot seo In tho graces of form
which God himself rejoices In some
thing better than sensual, suggestion
thero can bo no puro thing in llfo.
He should piny tho prnjcr of the
poet: "0, muko mo puro wjthln."
No doubt, a fuw living In coitnlu
parts of the country have the "sqiiln
ty" bruin which Dr. Holmes speaks
of homowhero. Thoy mean woll, but
mo unfortunately constituted.
Drought up In tho laud of tho Cov
ered, they fall to icallio that as they
tiavol West thoy will suiter evil un
less thoy aro capable- of adjusting
themselves to th'o now conditions,
Especially Is this titio of cnuutlles
like the Philippines mid Hawaii. Af
ter lending uccouiitH of such disgrace
ful nets us that of Mr. Deuel in Chi
cago, ono wonders If one Is really out
of the ago when joung girls were
hanged for witchcraft
Surely, with such people about, It
were wrong to let the animals go
And as to tho exposed limbs of girls
why moro wrong than the' exposed
legs of bojs? I cannot see wlij-. The
objection must truly arise from u
masculine Imngiimtiqn that has been
associated with a rathor low estlm.ttu
of woman and the s feminine 'nttrl-'
iHiies in nniure
"Domestic Mnnners of tho Amer
icans." Hy Frances M. Trollope.
Now edition. 1904. ,(I'ngc 118.)
"Two very Indifferent figtunntos
nin'dc tiiplr appearance ,tvt Cincinnati
while wo were there; and had Mer
cury stepped flown, und danced n 'pas
four upon the earth, his godshlp
could not hnvo produced moro violent
commotion. . . . No one, I believe,
doubled their being admirable danc
ers, but ever) ono agreed that tho
morals of the West would noer re
enter tho shock.
When I was asked If I had ever
seen anything so dreadful before, I
"was embarrassed how to nnswer, for
tho joung women had been exceed
ingly careful, both. In their dress and
In their dam Ing', to meet tho tnsto of
the people; but had It been Vlrglnlo
In her most transp.iieiit attire, or To-
glloulju her most remarkable pirou
ette, they could tint hnvo been morn
icproliated. The ladles altogether for-
MMik tho theater; tho gentlemen mut
tercd under their breath and turned
their heads aside when the subject
were mentioned, tho clergy denounc
ed them from the pulpit, nnd If they
wero named at the meeting of tho
saints, It was to show how deep it
honor such it themu could produce. I
could not holp but ask myself If vir
tue ifero it plant, thriving under one
form In one cnuntrj', nnd nourishing
under a different ono In another
country? If these Western Americano
nro light, then how dreadfully wrong
wo are! . . Many words to which 1
bal! Ilovor licit ll till nlljei'tlollliulo
meaning attached woio totalis Inter
dieted, mid the strangest paraphras
tic sentences substituted. 1 confess
It stiuck inn that notwithstanding a
general stiffness of manner, which t
think must exceed thnt of the Scribe)
mid Pharisees, the Americans have
Imaginations that kindle with alarm
ing facility ,
"A joung Cierni.tn gentleman of
perfectly gooil manners once came to
mo greatly chagrined at having of
fended ono of tho principal famlllci
In tho nolghboihood, by having pro
uountcil the word 'coisot boforn tho
ladles of It An Kngllsh lady In
one of tho Atlantic cities told mo that
ono of hor earliest cares was tho en
deavor tosubstitute real dollctcy for
this affected precision of manner
"At Cincinnati there is a garden
for tho preservation of tho (lowers
Is a sign-post soil of daub, icpreseiit
Ing u Swiss pcub.iut girl. . . Un
happily for the in tint , . . the petti
coat of this llguic was so shoit as to
show hor ankles. Tho Indies saw nud
shuddered, nnd lt was formally Inti
mated to the pioprictor (hat If he
wished the patlouagiMif the ladles of
Cincinnati ho must hayoithe peltl-
1 1 oil t of this llguie lengthened! . . ,
I confess 1 was sometimes tempted lo'
suspect that this ultra refinement was I
not verv deep seated It often ap-'
peared to me like tho consciousness
of gtossness, thnt wanted n veil but
the veil was never gracefully ndjust-i
cd I heard of n Joung nrtlst I
about to commence the draw Ing of!
the human figure, for which purpose
he hnd pinvldcd himself with n thin
silk dress In'whlch to clothe his mod
els, ns no one of any station, he said,
could be found who would submit to
sit its it model without clothing "
HOW MANY PARENTS
BRING UP A CHILD
The author of "The Autoblographj
nl it Child wllh Two Parents." In the
laiiunry Hvcrj body's, snjs
'I suppose It Is because I tniighl
school before I was married that I
ic.ul every article I see about the duty
of 'the parent' (I notice these articles
nlwajs spenk of the parent In the sin
gular) to ennpornte with the teacher
In Hie education of the child I also
find In the magazines many suggest
ive cssajs on Hie training und gov
ernment of children To read these
articles ono would suppose thnt moth
irs brought up their children all
alone If It were not for other ar
ticles on the management of hus
bands, one would not know- that there
were any men at nil In the world, or
else one would think that, though
man as a husband Is often trying,
man as it father Is always lit accord
with his wife
"This Isn't ntall the way the moth
ers nnd fathers whom I know behave
in rent life. cM'RWichlldrcn have nnv
reason to believe. Hint their parents
are 'one' until they lire old enough to
rend In books about the tinltcdncss of
married people rtefore this, most of
them have been vividly conscious that
they have two parents, two distinct
wills, to deal with."
x K K X. X X X P , K V K H X K M
' JACK LONDON'S BOAT
AND LABOR TROUBLES
Although Mr lmdou expected to
ho at sen on Christmas day, and "The
Cosmopolitan" has it picture of "The
Knnrk" on a wave-crest on thnt very
date, he has been kept at home until
thb early part of this month, anj
way. lit a letter received hy the
last mall, Ir. London says
"We lire still 111 California We
shall not botnble to get nuny until
the first part of January i . . Tho
pnst-carthquakc conditions nro terrl
hie. It Is Impossible to get labor or
nnj thing else. . . u We'll steer 'The
Stunk' straight for the doctoragc
Will send the boat around from Kill
lint to Hllo and go overland our-
scltes . . We rode c lour across Jit
malca fiom north to south "
Tho following aro Jack Unidou's
published works; "The flame."
"It-.... ..f tl. Clnoai.u . "Tim Kn.l
Woir," "The Call of tho Wild," "Tho
I'ulth of .Men," "Tho Children of the
Poiest," "The Peopln of tho Ahjss,"
"Tho Kcmpton-Wall Letters," "Moon
Knee," "Tales of the Pish Patinl."
"The White Pang," "llcfore Adam."
'Tho Apostule," "What Life Means
CARNIVAL ROYALTY MEET
Tlie King and (Jueen of Carnival,
1-adloH-ln-Waiting, Jesters. Prlvollty
and Jollies will meet Master of Cere
monies at the Mo.ina this afternoon
at 3 o'clock for final instructions,
At tlie Art League room (here will
ho u meeting of the executive iiitn
mlttee this evening at 7:30. All In
terested are requested to uttond.
The Mil rill itras books are ready
tor distribution at the League rocmw,
which will be open all day.
Twelve boxes hnvo been construct
ed nt the Mo.ma and eleven of the
number have already been taken
BENEFIT DANCE TONIGHT
The Kaniehnineha Alumni Associa
tion will Until flirt benefit ihinrn tri
,,1.1.1 , , v.mnir llnlM Tim l.ll
will start to loll at 8 o clock sharp
This benefit dance Is to assist ,t
worthy student thinngh college, and
It In hoped that it good riowd will at
tend. The Itoyal Kaw.ilhaii (Ilea
Club will furnish the music
ijsy "nt Job Printing at ths Bui
i i )
CALE Or LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
LOT NO. 20, ESPLANADE, HO
On Saturday, Kubiuary tho 2.1 id,
l'J07, at 12 o'clock noon nt tho front
en t ranee of the Capitol (Kxccutlvj
Duildlug), will bo sold nt Public Auc
tion tho leasu of l.ol No, 20, Ksplanadu,
Honolulu, Island and County of Oahu.
Tcim, 5 jeais fiom Die 28th day of
Upset icntnl, lISO.oo per annum, pay
able suml-unuually In advance.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Winks,
Olllco of Kupciluli'iideiit of 1'uhlle
Works, Honolulu, Jnnuaiy 22, 1907.
3VJ7-Jim, 23, l'ol. 2, 9, Hi, 23.
Good appetite, good digestion,
th rc nut Mill to good health, nd th
Mlonlcn tpntlmonlsl ihowi lion thty wr
obUlneJ by ulrg
"Sit jmira ago I had an attack of ladl
tMtloa and liver complaint that U'lM
lor eVa. 1 wan nnable to do any hard
work, had no ippttltc. food dlstrnnod m.
sad 1 tiifftrrvl much from hradach. Mr
kin waa fallow, and tleep did not refrMh
me. I tried aereral remedlea without
obtaining any relief. Finally, one of ray
etutomers recommended Ajer't Sarrana
rills. It helped me from the tint In
fact, after taking ilx bottlei I waa com
pletely cured, and could eat anything and
sleep like a child"
There are many Imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
rite"'')' Dr. J.C.ArerCe,Uill,Miu, (,'...
Aiao-a rimi, ib. ..t r n, iimi.,,
We olTer to supply fou with the
very best quality of meats, butter and
table luxuries at the most reasonable
If you want something extra nice
for dinner, try our Island pork, roast
veal, or smoked tongue with some of
our fresh canned and shell oysters.
A lordly breakfast bite is our fine
tmoked hams or bacon.
C. Q.Yee Hop&Qo.,
Want your clothes made
lo your measure by tai
lor, if you could get them
for the same price as you
pay for ready-to-wears (or
We make garments that
have individual distinction
and give the wearer a
grace and style not ac
quired In ready-to-wearr.
In other word, they fit
and give satisfaction for
the same price,
Geo. A. Martin.
a good lunch with a BIQ
glass of beer. You can
have it for 25 cts at
Cor. Bethel and Hotel ts.
JjT-"For p.ent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF IN-
TENTION TO FORECLOSE
MORTGAGE AND OF SALE.
In accordance with a yower of snlo
contained In thnt certain mortgage
made l JOHN I' KAHAIlAWAt
i Widower) otherwise known ns J V,
K KALAOLALOA, to OLOIKIH H
KL.N'WAY doted November 30th, A
I) IDOL nnd recorded in the iteglstrs
Office, Oahu. In Liber 200, on pages
308 et sen. Notice Is hereby Eh en
thnt said Mortgagee Intends to fore
close said mortgage for condition
broken, low It the non-payment of
principal nnd Interest when due. nnd
upon sold foreclosure will sell nt Pub
lie Auction nl the sale rooms of
Jrt.MLS 1' MOitfJAN, Auctioneer, Kn
nhiiuinnii Street. In Honolulu, on Tues
daj. the :nth day of February. Anno
Domini. 190. at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, the premises described III
said mortgage ns below specified, lo
gcthcr with nil buildings. Improve
ments, rights, privileges, rascments,
cuts and appurtenances to the same
belonging or npicrtnlnlug or held and
i njoy'.'d therewith.
CL'UUUr: H. KKNWAY.
piil'misks i:.scitii)i:o in mokt
All thai lertnln piece or parcel of
land sltuulc on tho On or North-west
side of Nuuanu Ko.id, ut Nlolopa, Nuu
nuu Valley, Honolulu, Oahu, being a
IHirtlon of Apsna 1 of I.and Commis
sion Awnrd No. r,325, Ilojnl Patent
No. 7C2I to M Keknuonohl for ! Ha
aleleii, and bounded nud described us
' Commencing nt Hie South corner of
this IM on the North line of Nuuaiiil
llond ndjoln'ig Land Commission
Awnrd CIO to T C. II. Itookc In Nlo
lopa and running:
1. N. 3C 35" W. true 303 feel
along Lund Commission Award iilU
a' ug stone wall.
2. N. 32 E' W. truo 32 feet along
same along stone wall.
3 N. &'.' t5 K true SIC feet along
lots 12 and II of the Coney Kstuto Di
vision. L H. 29 00' K. Iruo 2tH feet along
roud to Nuuanu Itoad, thence:
B H. 37 GO' W. true, 293 rcet
along Nuuanu Road to Initial point.
Area 2, 30-1000 Acres said pleey
of land comprising Apann 2 of the
Mauelc pieces In suta Apana 1 of
Land Commission Award No. CT1'.
Itoyal Patent No. 7C2I, containing uu
area of 1 1-4 acres and to which tho
said Mortgagor claims title by In
herltaneo nnd also that pleco of land
containing an urea of 7SC-IU00 of an
ucro that wus convejcil to his son J.
P. Kaluolaloa by A A. Hnntclca, trus
tee under the Will of J. II, Coney, ul.
al. by deed of exchange dated Septcm-
tier II, 11)99 nnd recorded In office
of tho Registrar of Conteynnces lit
said Honolulu In Liber 200, folio 397.
i' nd lo which he claims tltlu by In
heritance from his said son J. P. Kubi
edition and his wife llawae, the mother
of said J. P. Kaluolaloa. )
Terms- Cash, United States (5oM
Coin, deeds at exK'imo of purchaser.
Por further particulars, apply to P.
II. Iluruette, attorney for mortgagee
nt 79 Merchant street, Honolulu.
Dated, Juniiar) 2'lth, 1907.
3599 Jun. 2, Pel) 2, 9, I.
IN Till! CIIICUIT COURT OK Till:
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In the Mailer
of tho Kstalo of JANIJ WILSON, do
ceased. Order of Notice of Hearing
Petition for Allowance of Pinal Ac
counts, Distribution and Discharge. On
leading and filing the petition nnd ue
counts of JANi: LISHMAN MOIti:, ex
ecutrix of the .Inst will nud testament
or Jane Wilson, deceased, wherein shn
asks to bo allowed jr,otsO,45 nnd she
churges herself with 1HS02.02. and itsk
that the same may be examined nnd
approved, nud that a final order may
bo made of distribution of tho proji
erty remaining In her hands to the per
sons thereto entitled, ami dlschargliiE
her nnd her sureties from all further
resH)iislhlllty ns such execuliix, it is
ordered Hint MONDAY. Iho lllh day
of March, A. D. 1907, at 9 o'clock ,
in., belore Hie Judge of said court ut
tho court room of the s.tld court nt llu
nolulu. Island of Oahu, ho and the
I iimo heiebj Is appointed ns the tlmn
nnd placo for hearing said iictltiou mid
accounts, and Unit all iiersons inter
esled may then nnd there npponr mid
show cause. If any thoy have, why tho
tamo should nut be granted, nud muy
pmscilt evidence as to who nro entl
tied lo the snld piopcrty. And that
notice of this order, In the Ktigllsli
language, he published In the llvonlng
Bulletin newspaper printed und pub
lUhed In Honolulu once it weuk, for
llireu tmciesslvu weeks, tho lust pub
Illation to lie not leas than two weeka
previous to the time therein itppolutod
lor snld henrlng.
Dated at Honolulu, this 2nd day vj
ALi:XANDEH LINDSAY. JIL.
Second Jitdgo Circuit Court Flrt
(Signed) J A. THOMPSON,
Clerk First Circuit Court
Cecil Drown, nltorney for executrix
ai.OS Feb. 2, 9, IB, 23.
Ulank books of .,11 aorta, lodgers,
ele., muniirticth'nnl hy the ItulMlu Pub .
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