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ihe new wart I
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hill w n lor j
( in raloyJrou-
dnyi oM twitch-1
Hoii In ike Kituou ilia yard ailll trtl In I
lketr MmniM" or I he nliriit tln Ilbirfe .
Wood bridge went mil oiitl Cimtron'a
Hark train tot away on the bill, with
, Draw 8lor cauiifat at tbr Coot like !
a.t in a trap. - f
Sep Docljlay wn ooly a big boyj
ttbtt, brakluff on freight. I n u du ,
tfttcbloit UQdar Alex Campbell on the .
'WaftBrxl Ban wu a tall, loow Joint-'
oil fellow, but gentle aa a kitten: logs
S3 long aa ploch ban. yet none too
18B rannlos 'of the lloverly (witch !
tliat nigbt. lib great Hiuni lu tuoio
iters was Ajidy f'nnieron Andy w I
1110 yooiisoat engineer on the Hue Thn
first time I over mw tbeni toKetlier
Andy, abort and dinliby as o dmk.
WttJ dnucloff orouiHl. teilf droiawl. on
tlwroot of tbt-latb boaxe. trjrlne lo vet
amgr from Den. irbo had the Ore bo
lOW, plu.rliiv mi him with a two lurli
fitrcani of Ice water. Tbejr wore np to
KBao aort of a prank all llm time.
.1020 traa uiually a rnuli mouth Willi
tH. Prom Um coaat o enuctit the new
crop Jan tcaa and the fall lmportn
tlffaa of China allka. Callfornln still
gent ber frul u, nud Colorado wan bo
gliinluK enttl "Wilnmenui Krom Wy
amliiR mine slioii and from Oregon
Ktcera. and all these not merely lu car
loads, bnt lu solid trains. At ilmt-h wo
vero swamped. The overland traffic
nloue was enouitb to keep us lmr. On
top of It come a Brest movement of
wain from Nebraska tbnt summer, and
to crown our troubles n rato war
sprang up. Every man, woman nud
c&lltl east or the Mlxslsslppl uppenreil
to have but ono object In llto-thnt was
.io pot to Callfornln aud to eu over our
ruflU. Tlio passeuser trntllc burdened
our rcourec,H to the lust degree.
I was putting on now men every day
then. Wo start tliem nt umklni; on
frolglits. Usually they work for years
lit Hint before they get a train, bnt
when a train dlspu teller Is short on
crows be must liave them nud can only
aV ... urem the beat material wltblu reach.
MF !..,. ii...t i & ,
14i:il IMll'U!!? UI1I1 11UI IJPI'll UruKlUK
three inontlH when I callcil lilm up
ono day nnd nskeil lilm If ho wnnteil
"Vea, sir, I'd llko ono flrst rate, hut
you Know I haven't been brnfclnu very
Ions, Sir. need," said ho frnnkly,
, "How lone have you been In tho
. , I spoke brusquely, thousli I knew
without even looking nt my service
canl Just how long It was. ,
Three month. Mr. Heed."
It wns right to a dny.
"I'll probably hiivo to send you out
on 77 tills nfterniwn." I snw lilm
stiffen llko n nimrod. "You know
we're pretty short," I continued.
, "Hut do you know enough to keep
your bend on your shoulders and your
train ou your onurs?"
lien laughed n little. "I think I do.
JVII1 thero bo two seclliins today"
"Xhey'ro loading eighteen cars of
stock nt Ognlalln. If wo get tiny hogj
olf thu Heaver there will be two big
sections. I shall mark you up for the
fll-Ht ono naywny and send you out
right behind the tiler, (let your badge
nnd your punch from Carpenter, nnd,
whatever you do, Iltickley, don't get
"No, sir. Thank you. Mr. Iteed." j
Hut his "thank you" was so pleas-1
nut I couldn't altogether Ignorn It. I I
compromised with a cough. Terfeet
courtesy on In tho bands of tho nwlc
wnrdefct boy that over woro his trou-
sers short Is a surprisingly handy
tiling to disarm gruff people with. Hen
was undeniably nwkward. his legs
wcro loo long nnd Ms trousers decided
ly out of touch with his feet, but I
turned nwny with tho conviction thnt
In tplte of his gawkluess there wns I
something to tho boy. That night i
proved It. I
When tho flier pulled In from tho
west lu tho afternoon It, cirrlod two I
extra sleepers. In all eight I'lillmona, j
nnd oiery one of them loaded to tho I
ventilators. While tho train wns
dunging engines nnd crows the ex I
"ctinlonlsts swarmed out of tho hot
cars to walk up and down tho plat
form. They wcro fioin New York nnd
bad u baud with thoni as Jolly n
crowd ns wo ever hauled anil I no
ticed many boys and glrU sprinkled
Among tho grown folks.
; As tho heavy train pulled slowly out
tho band played, tho women- waved
handkerchiefs ami tho boys shouted
, thi'iiiselies hoarse.
, Half un hour nfo-r th filer loft, 77.
tho fast stock freight, wound llko u
great snake around tho bluff nftcr It.
lien HncUley, tall nud straight ns u
pine, stood on tho caboose. It was his
flrst trnln. and ho looked as If ho felt
'in tho nvenlng I got reports of heavy
rains east nf us, and nflcr 77 reported
"out" of Turner Junction and pulled
over tho illvldo toward Heverly lt"wns I
storming hard all along the Hue. Ily
tho tluio they reached tho hill Hen had
lifa titrMi ftiit sAllInn 1ifiVhj t.ninli
'u'ftrt on Unit kind nf n iilffhf Imf
Ti'limi flu lilt' iMif'Inn cffit1. 4u lilnfr
- " ,
IN hMf tnria wHI to towl, nn
N MI Aw lb krtit graft M MNr
Vn tint etni-hil rr half
down tlH lull tlmy fxplail tor
plmv Tnrnh the iWlrl
prrn- i'"""" i - in ) " ""lift I 1
(to Mil ftiu f IK Hit wpi pw ' ' Ihcp- Ike tr thai
Mlt seen. A that imWwl errtidll
ItvMI IW maa Mt w llifawa-h ta
mmi and iai to Mw Mari p d
AmimI tin iaaawmn (rata sWHad. Jwat
fcfi.re Um'Oi was rl'hBwl crrri,
ta'H lull, and lh lirldK swlnalmt
ever Hw aaroHea Mswiii like a ut
At Um foot K Uovwiy bill tlieiM Is n
Idlua-n long ldln. orn-e vtsl as u
aort of cutoff to Ik bmhh- '
villa yards. This eldo track irsllcl
tlw main track for half a mile, ami nn
this siding Ilea, aa M as Iw saw the
allaatkin. dreirvlHi with his trnln mi
that It ln baslAe the pusemiher train 1
and left the roalti line rteur beblisl.
It then Iwinic bla duty to guard the
track to the rear, whore tin' seeuud
srrtloD of tbe stocl: trnln would soon
Ii was pour I u rain ami as dark ns
a scket. lie started bis Iitnd end
brnketniiu Inck on tlio run wltb red
lights and torpedMM to warn the sec
ond section well up tho 1.111. Then
walking across from his entxioe. he
got uuder tho lee of tho bind I'ull
man sleeper to watch for the expected
Tho storm InrretM'd In violence. II
wns not tho ruin driving lu tnrrcnt.
not tho lightning hlnzliur nor tbe ilcaf
enlnr cnwlica thimder that worried
btm. but Uio wind. It blew n gate. In
the glare of the lightning he could see
tho oaks which crowned the bluffs
whip like willows In (lie storm. It'
Mvcpt quartering ttuwu the Heerlj
cut as If It would tear the tics from
under tho steel. Suddenly ho saw far
up In the black sky u star blar.lng. It
wa tho headlight of Second hoverry
even. A whistle cut the wind, then another.
It was tho signal or bml.es. The sec
ond section wns coining down the
steep grade, lie wondered how far
back his man had got wltb the bombs,
liven ns be wonderi-d he snv a yellow
flash below the headlight. It was the
first torpedo. The- second section wns
already well down the lop or tho bill.
Could they hold It to the luitlotn?
I.lko mi answer came shorter and
sharper the whistle for brakes. Hen
thought ho knew who was mi that en
gine; thought ho knew licit whistle,
for engineers whistle ns differently ns
they talk, ,11c still hoped nnd believed
knowing who v,-ns on the engine
that tho brakes would hold tlio heavy
load, but he feared
A man running up In the rain passed
lilm. Hen shouted nnd held up his lan
tern. It was his hrakemnu.
"Who's pulling Si'couil ticvcnly-scv-en
J" ho cried.
"How many nlr cars Ins ho got?"
"Six or oi'iht." shouted Hen. "It'll
the wind. Ilaly thu wind. Andy can
hold her If.nnybody can. Hut the
wind; did you ncr see such a blow?"
Ilveu while ho spoke the crj for
brakes came n third t lino on tho storm.
A frightened l'ulhnnn poller, opened
the rear door of the sleeper, rive"
hundred people lay In thu excursion
trnln, unconscious nf this ninlaiiehe
rolling down upon them.-
The conductor of tlio flier rim up to
Ben lu n panic.
"Buckley, they'll telcscopo us."
"Can joti pull ahead any'"
"Tho Iirldgo Is out."
(Jot out your passengers," snld
'There's no time," cried the pnsfeti
ger conductor wildly, running off. Ho
was panic stricken. The porter tried
to spe.ik. Ho took hold of tho brnke
man's nrm, but his voice died lu hl'i
throat. Tear paralyrcd him. Dowu
jc5 ' I
r st5S8 '
r " 1 -" n ' nift i7
With ii rta'.'Uiif rJi the ponlct ehut
Inln the enttch.
tho wind cauio Cameron's whistle
ciaiuorlug Binv In ulnrm. It meant thu
worst, nnd Ben know it. Tlio stock,
train was riinulug away
Thero were plenty of things to do If
there wns tu)y time, but them win
hardly llmo V think. Tim pnungcr
ctow wcro miming nlmut lll.u men ills
traded, trying to get tho sleeping trav
elers out. Ilii knew they could not
possibly reach a tenlli of them. In tho
thought nf wliat It meant un Inspira
tion camn llko u (lnsli.
Ho sulroiMitii hmkeumn I17 t!io shoul
der. Tor two wdoUn the tiun curried
tho iniiihs of liH Mnml.
D - - "' 1
'. ' 'i
sti.ti'j. 'tla.jtakrrj", nA .isrf.ja -
IWnr " 1 Mtori In vrte like n '
nt f mtr MhMNft tjNtrk, Ht I'm
It Mtaa a cbttc- nhnnV, di'opefwtn,
iMTensl tt mw Ike belrvlNMi passoiiirers ,
hi 14a (ItiHW.
If li WHtld ,rs4i 1 Ihi Millng swiuti
abMKl of the rHNflway train lie could
throw Hm iIishII) catapult ou tbe nkl-S
1n ami Into bis iihii Iralu nnd so
save tlw uhiv'I'cIous travelers. Be
fore the roids were out of his moiilh
be starled up the track nt topmost
'Hie migry wind staggered him. It I
blew out tils hnlern, but he tiling It
away, for he ivuld throw the swltib
lu the ilnrk. A slinrj" gust tore halt
Ids rain col t from his back, lllpiilug '
off the resl, bo run on. When the wind !
took his breath be turned bis buck and
fought for another. Blinding sheets
of rain iHjured on him. WjiIiy stream-1
lug down the track caught Ills feet A
silvered tie tripped htm, and. falling
headlong, the sharp ballast cut his
wrlsls and 'nice like broken glass. 1i
desperate basic lie dnxhisl abend ngaln
The bc.idllgbt loomed before htin llko
n mountain of linme. Theio was light
enough now through tho sheets of ml 11
that swept down on lilm, nnd there
ahead, the train almost on It, was the
Could be make It?
A cry from the sleeping children roso
In his heart. Another breath, nn In
stant floundering, n slipping leap, nnd
he had It. He puxhed thu key Into tlio
IfKfc, threw the switch nnd snapped It
nnd, toimnkc deadly sure, brncetl him
self against tho target rod. 1 lien ha
No whistling now. It wns past that.
Ho knew the flreinnu would have
Jumped. Cameron too? No, not Amly,
not If thu pit yawned lu front of bis
Ho saw streams of flro flying from
many wheels, he felt thu glaru of n
dazzling light, aud, with a Milling
crush, tlio iKintes shot Into tho switch.
The bar In tils hands rnltl.il ns It It
would Jump from the socket, nud.
lurching frightfully, thu monster took
the siding. A Jlnro of lightning lit thu
enh ns It shot past, and ho saw Cam
eron leaning from the cub window wllh
fnco of (done, his eyes riveted on the
gigantic drivers that threw n sheet of
(Ire from tho sanded rails,
"Jump!" screamed Ben, useless ns
ho knew It wns. What volco could Ilia
In that bell of noise? What 1111111 es
cape from that cub now?
One, two, three, four curs pounded
over Ihu split raits In half ns many
second, lieu, running dizzily for llfo
to tho right, heard nbove the roar of
tho storm nnd screech of the sliding
wheels n ripping, tearing crash, tho
harsh scrape of escaping steam, the
' hoarse cries of tlio wounded cattle.
And through thu dreadful dark nnd
tho fury of tho hahel the wind howled
In n gnlc ami tho heavens poured a
Trembling from excitement nnd ex
haustion, Ben stnggcrcd down Iho
ninlu truck. A man. with n lantern niu
ngiilnst him. It wns tho hrakemnu
who had been back with tho torpedoes.
Ho was crying hysterically.
They stumbled over a body. Seizing
tho lantern, Ben turned tin prostrate
man over nnd wiped tho mud fiom his
face. Then hu held thu lantern cloc
nnd gave n great cry. It was Audy
Cameron unconscious, true, but soon
very much nllvu and no worse than
badly bruised. How thu good (lod
who watches oer plucky engineers
hud thrown him out from the horrible
wreckage only hu know. But thero
Audy lay, and wllh a lighter heart
Ben headed n wrecking crew to begin
tho task of searching for any who
might by fatal chance have been
caught In thu crash.
And whilo tho trainmen of thn
freights worked nt the wreck tjio pas
senger train was backed slowly so
slowly and so smoothly up over the
switch nud past, over thu bill nnd lyiflt
and so to Turner Junction nnd around
by Oxford to .aucsvillc.
AVhen tho snn rosu tho enrtli glowed
1n tho freshness of Its Juno shower
bath. Tho flier, now many miles from
Beverly hill, wns speeding In toward
Omaha, nnd mothers, waking their lit
tle ones In tho berths, told them how
closo deeth had passed while they
slept, Thu little girls did not quite
understand Jt, though they tried very
hard, and weru very grateful to thnt
man, 11110111 they never saw and whom
they would never see. But the llttlu
boys never inlnd tho llttlu boys they
understood It, to tho youngest urchin
011 tho train, nnd fifty times their papas
hud to tell them how fur Ben ran nnd
how fast to snvo their lles. And ono
little hay I wish I know his nnmo
went with hli nanii to tlio dennt master
1 ut Oninhu when tlio filer (.topped nud
gavu him his toy wntcli nud m-kcdhlm
plcnsu to glvo It to that man who had
siiKsl his inninmii's llfo by running o
far In tho rn!u. and plensu to tell lilm
how inuih obliged ho wns-lf hu would
bo so kind.
So tlio Utile toy wntth eainu to our
Btiptrlutcndcht nnd so to me, and I, sit
ting nt ('iiincrim'H bedside tnlklug Ihu
wreck over with Beu, unvn It to him.
And thu big felhiw looked as pleased as
If It hurt boen a Jeweled clnonomcter
Indeed thai '.v:j tho only medal Ben
The truth is Mil had 110 gold luedilK
to illstrllnitt; 011: un Um West Ilnd In
those dnjs. We iao Ben tho best wo
had, nud that wi.h n passenger run
But he Is n Brent fellow nmong thu
railroad men, An.! 011 stormy nights,
switchmen In the Kauesvlllo jarda,
smoking lu their shjntlcs, still tell nt
Hint uicht. that store, nnd how lien
Backley throw Secmij Kuventy-seve.1
nt tho foot or lewrly dt.
A llfo of sufferlrtf; nnd misery!
without sleep, without nppa'
tite, Kottoretl to honlth by
I RtlrUMi!jr anlctrri nilh MIIoiik
nrMsnilllvirt inpisli t. ljr liiontti In
a ttttililii fomlltiun rmr limtnlnjt, my
tongiio thickly count, my 'jimttl m olUn.
tire, fond dlrtreMci! c I inrrd mnfh
frm.. hcaibclic, injr nkc Uns.aml lls
nuny rMiiwtlr icven n. cilwl um ilhl no
poej. At Imi 1 cuniiii "I'l nln )SI
Kjnupatllls, smt my n 1 ruim -at tx-jati
sliiimt from 11.0 ilr-l c Ii if llrtr.1 Hie
illtirMslmt my Ihf . 1 "l ni) 'ni to
illgisit rtt. cic.'il n I Mia. in-. ImpniTMl
ln)f nilut'K'liiiil.niiil 1 'fi'l "V sriirilts.
Tlno iiiiloill-f..r 11 c"i'iil rrtnln
n nccoiiiillUil In 1 ! I'" ml s lulf
tMitllinf Aypr'iMrsa .u -M.I.IM
jt. ruiiox, auikiii.i. i
There aro mr.ny imitation
Bo suro youjjot "AYER'S."
rrcrzrtilk.' Df. J.C.AjtrC..l.ill. !.. '.'.S.A.
in Tin: cikcuit coriiT 01' tiik
I'lrst Circuit. Tcirltnj nt Hinvull. lu
I'roliale; nt Cliamb'i" In the Mat
ter of tho Kstale of rrunrlsro IVrrct
rn Mnilclril, decensid Order of No
tice of Petition for Allowance nf I'l
niil Accounts und .Mm hurge lu this
Ilstntc. Ou reading uml tiling the pe
tition nnd nctounts of John Kcrrelrn
Koza. Admtnlstrntcr with the Will
annexed nf the Ks ate of Krnnclsco
Kcrrelrn Mndclra, lei easeil, wherein
bo units to bo ullouril $lfi;i-t.G0, nnd
hu charges hlmsel' with (ir,gC.2S,
nnd links that tho mac may ho exam
ined und npproveil mil that n llnnl
1 rdor may ho mad nf distribution of
the property remi inlng in his hands
to tlih p'eimihH thereto entitled, nnd
discharging Iiiin ami bis sureties
from nil furthci responsibility ns
such Ailmlnldtr.it, a . it is ordered thnt
Monday, the Jii'nd jhn of April, A.
D. ltill", lit ,lli o'clock 11. m, before
tho Judge nf suid Court nt thu court
room of tho said oiirt nt Honvlulu,
'island of O.ihu. he and tho same-. here
by Is appointed ns tho time nnd plnco
for hearing said petition nml ac
counts, ni)d that nil pertons Interest
ed may then nnd thero appear and
thow cause, If nny they have, why tho
same should not hu granted, nnd limy
present evident e as to who nro enti
tled Io the said property. And thnt
notice of this order, lu tho Hngllsh
language, lie published lu tho Hvoiii
Ing Bulletin newspaper, printed nnd
published tu Honolulu, for three
(ticccgsUo weeks, tho 'last publica
tion to ho not less than two weeks
pievlnus to the time therein appoint
ee! -for snld bearing.
Dated nt Honolulu, this 9th day ol
(Slg.) W. J. nOBINSON,
Third Judgo of tho Circuit Court
of the I'hst Circuit.
(Slg.) J. A. THOMPSON.
Clerk nf thn Circuit Court of tho
K. C. Peters, attorney for Admin
istrator. :i3C Mar. 9, 1C, 23, 30.
W. H. CUAWFOIll) hns this day
Mid hfs Interest to Kong Fook In the
firm of WINC. WO C1IONQ, doing u
goncrnl niercliundlso nnd coffco res
taurant business nt 110 Bcrotunln
Btreot, Honolulu, to tho' undersigned,
who assumes all debts of tho said
Honolulu Dated, Mar 8II1, 1907.
SCSI- Mur 9. 10. 23, SO.
For Over 60 Years
lis been uwd for over SIXTY
YI'.AKb by MILtlONB ct Mothers
IKO. wltb pcrfct succowL IT
bOOTIIliS tha CHILD. faOI'TENS
the OUM8. ALLAVS all .pm, m
t'lTTtXTH t,t.T -,r f. . I. .h. Cl
by Drugiiists la every part of tho
world, pa euro and snk for Mrs.
3 Wlnslow'afloothlnif Byrupani) tko
3 no other kiad. M Ctata a Cottle.
Xldmy and Bladdor Troubltt
Fine Job Prlntlno at tlio Bulletin.
dkfiZk'l. " " ii.
Ill airortlnnre with Ihc provisional
ut n certain mmlgnKo Inmle by J. K.i
NnklU nnd Mrs. Isnbelln Nnklln, bis'
Nile. tnnrtcnEiirs. nf Kltialiillu. Ciiun-I
ly nf Mniil'snil Territory 111 llnwnll,
In Hliflhiilu HiiRiir Ciuiipany. n tor-
Isiratltin orgnnlreil nnd eslsllng un
liter anil by tlrtuo nf ,thn laws of snld
JTcrrllory. liHirtgiigcc, dated S2nd dny
j of December. A I). 1900 nnd lecoril
icil In the nUlce of the lleglstrnr of
!('one)sntes In Mb 21.1, Pols. I3A
to LIS. Notice Is heieby given that
1 (he mild Mortgagee Intends to fore
I close iho same for conditions broken,
I to wit: non-paymciil of principal 11 ml
! Notice Is likewise ghen thnt nftcr
the expiration nf linen consecutive
weeks from the dnto of publication of
this notice, thcsnld mortgagee nnm
ed In said mortgage Intends to nnd
will foreclose the sntno nnd will nd
icrtiie und offer for sale tho prop
erty covered nnd conveyed therein,
and will sell tho samo nt publ(c unc
tion nt tho miction rooms of Jnuies
I'. Morgan, lu Honolulu, Territory nf
Hawaii, on Monday, April 22nd, A.
D. 190", nt 12 o'clock noon. The
following Is n description of snld
Twenty ncrcs In It. P. 17C1 to T.
Naklla situate ut Puuulu, Klpnhtilti,
District of liana, Island nf Muul.
Kurther particulars may bo bad of
Henry H. Cooper Attorney for Klp.i
buhl rlugar Company, mortgagee, at
hlsotllro In tho Jiidd Building, Hono
Dated Honolulu, T. II., Mnrcb 28,
A. I). 1907.
v KIPAHUI.U SIK1AU COMPANY,
By V. KI.AMP,
;ir,r. 1 Mar. :io: Apt. c, 1::, 20.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notion Is hereby given Hint U.
Sckomolo, formerly of No. 23 B. Ho
le! street, Honolulu, T. II., has made
nn nsslgnment of his property for the
benefit of nil his creditors to the un
dersigned, J. F. C, Abel,
All creditors of snld V. Sokomoto
nro hereby notified to present their
claims, duly authenticated nrid with
tho proper vouchers, to tho undersign
ed, nt his ofllco with I. Huhlnstelti &
Co., Queen street, Honolulu, within
thirty days from the dnto hereof
(which Is tho dnto of tho first publi
cation of this nutlco); otherwise,
Mich claims, it nny, will bo forever
And nil persons Indebted to said II.
Scknmoto nro hereby notified to mnko
Immcdlnto p.i)mont,tojtho undersign
ed ns such Asslgnco.
Dated Hon., Mar. 23, 1907.
J. V. C. ABKf,.
Assignee of U, Bokomotn,
3C1S Mnr, 23, 30; Apr. C, 12.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COUHT OF THU
Pccond Clicult, Territory of llnwnll.
At Chumbers. Mnko Kurlktiwa v.
Kuriknwu Santaro. DIvorco Sum
mons. Orlglnnl Stnmped;2.00. Thu
Territory of Huwoll: To tho High
Sheriff of tho Territory of Huwoll, or
his Deputy; tho Sheriff of tlio .Coun
ty of Maul, or his Deputy: You nro
(oinmnnded to summon Kuriknwu
Santaro to appear twenty days ufte.
tcrvlce, beforo such Judgo of tho
Circuit Court of tlio Second Circuit
ns shall bo sitting nt Chambots In
thu court loom at Wnlluku, to nn
mver tho annexed I.lbol for DIvorco
or Mike Kurlkuwn. And bnvo you
Ihon thero this Writ wltb full return
of yodr proceedings thereon.
Witness tho Honorable A. N. Kc
polk.il, Judge of tho Circuit Court of
tho Second Circuit, nt Wnlluku. this
12th dny of July, 1900.
(Signed) IJDMU.NU II. HART,
Duo nnd dlllgont Beaich having
been mado for tho Deft, but ho can
not ho found within this Circuit nnd
Information Is thnt ho hns left '.1
yenrs ngo, nnd I tboroforo return thin
writ unserved upon lilm.
(Sd.) V. K. BAFKBItY.
Sheriff of tho County of Maul.
I heioby certify that tho Llbol fo;
DIvorco mentioned in tho foregoing
Summons, nnd Summons, have been
duly returned to this Couit miBorv
pd, on July 24, 1900.
KDMUND H. HAIIT.
(Seal) Clerk 2nd Circuit Court.
GCG2 -Mnr. 28, 29, 30; Apr. 1, 2, 3.
POUWD MASTER'S NOTICE OF
Notlco Is hereby given that iho mil
mnls described below have been Im
pounded In tho Government pound at
Maklkl, Konu, Island of Ouhu, nnd un
leas tho pound foos ami damages aro
sooner satisfied will ho sold nt tho
d.do hereunder named according to
Mar 27th, 1S07 Itrmn horse, four
feet shod, two foro feot white,
brand on loft html leg,
I Tho nhovo nnlmnl will be bold on
Satmdny, April 13th, 1907, ut 12
I o'clock noon, If not culled for beforo
I the ditto mentioned,
WII.MAM J. KAHUATTI.
&f DUUUCTIN ADS. pAY
Rich and Mellow
902-9 J 4 Nuuanu Street.
Importers and Dealers in
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! The Harrison Mutual Burial Ass'n.
Messrs. Harrison Mutual Burial Asso
Oentlomen; Your Association not
only usstires evory monibor of n proji
r and decent burial nt a tery smalt
cost, but rulluvcs others of n responsi
bility they nro not always piuparud
FATHKIl H. VA1.KNTIN.
Massrs. Harrison Mutunl Burial Asso
ciation. Oentleiuon: I hao carefully lnvos
tl(atei tho plans ,of your Association
and am heartily In favor with tbe
Idea. You may put me on your list as
lajncmbvr, and,! roconunend everyone
to Join whothor they think they will
nied tho benefit or not.
WM. W. HAI.L.
I valuo highly my own membership
in the Harrison Mutual Burinl Asso
ciation and recommend every man,
unman and child In Honolulu to Join.
V. C. JONUS.
I . XI u
,ii -i i. , .ui
1 ma.1 imjat&irtinhtMAmitrtq$3
K Ni' vr w
A FRESH STOCK
wnoiesule ARents s
zs-i .t.' m rJ-rJr-zz.' 7&7H-r&
A INew Line of
Embroidery and Yoke Lace
Side and Back Combs
I WAH YING CHONG CO,,
ft . KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET. i(
sra"aa-ff.' r-r--r-J &fn r-i-zJ rn- j r-v' '--,- ,-r-.-j .-j-.v-.-ur-!
FIVE VALMBLE PRIZES OFFERED FOR HIGHEST SCORES
MADE FROM MARCH 1ST TO APRIL 1ST,
Hotel Baths Bowling Alleys
'Phone Main 308 f
Finc Wines and Liquors. 5
I., 1 .js.il 1 i-j. 'JT '":'!; mrjT-
aentlemsn: I cheerfully give ray
Indorsement to tho HarrUon Mutunl
Burial plan nnd believe It u great bcu
cflt to the community. ,
Very truly yours,
11. h. PARurrn.
Harrison Mutual Burial Association:
Gviitlcmen: Every man ought to
curry sonic kind of Insurance. It scorns
to ms thnt this should coma ilrHt, nnd
1 Imvo yet to find n plan which seems
more practical or more reasonable
than yours. Am glad I hnvu been n
member fiom the start. .
Vory truly yours,
IIKNIIY 0 .BROWN.
Mr. W. W. Hall:
I became a member of the associa
tion of which )ou aro thu president, u
lltll'j nfter Its sturt, nnd nm satisfied
with what It has fulfilled. Tho deceas
ed members huvo received burial re
bpectsbly, nnd had it not been for
your association tholr living ones
would undoubtedly fuel Iho fuuornl ex
pense considerably. I recommend ev
ery man nnd woman ami child to Join
In. DAVID U A-1.
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friends And Tiic Good News
Spreads Around. This sells the
All users of this refrigera
tor are delighted with the fine
condition in which food is al
ways kept. And .naturally tell
about it. Every "LEONARD"
we sell means the sile of
three or four more in the near
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