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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., SATUMfAY, FI5B. 22. 190S.
MR3. A. M. HAGCrtMANN actual cures of fomulo ills Is
Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound
mailo from slinplo native roots and herbs. For more than thirty yean
It has hern helptnj; women to he strong, regulating thu functions per
fectly and ovsrcoiumi; pain. It hasnUo Proved Itself Invaluable In pre
paring for child birth and tho Change of Life
Mrs. A. M Ilnijermnnn, of Hay Shor;, L. I , writes : Dear Mrs.
Plnlcham: "I Miffcred from a displacement, cxcrulva and painful
functions so that I had to He down or sit htlll moit of the time.
Lvdln C. Flnlihnm s Vegetable Compound has made me a well woman so
that I am able to attend to mv dutiei. I wish overy suJTcrlng woman
would try Lydia 12 l'lnltham's Vegetable Compound and leo what rollof
it will glvo them "
Airs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form ol fem.ilo Illness are invited to write
Mrs I'lnlchum at Ujnn, Mass for advice ''ho Is thu Mrs 1'lukl.nm who
has been advising sick women free of chargo for more tlfan twenty
I'MN. mill tiifcir. thftt ftlm fitatr,rl lint iii.itlinr.ln.lniv l.v.ltn V. Plnl.
ham In ndiltinir Thfrroforo sho is
mck women ohck 10 ncaiin.
tr? : , "li'j.irifcrrr.' i-'i 'i i-
tJse Pure Milk
Don't take chances with milk t'v.t ir.p.y contain typhoid
germs. Our condensed milk is used very generally on the Piicifo
Coast instead of ordinary cow's mill:. It is so rich in na rural
lUvor and butter-fat that it is preferred by many in tea, coffee, co
coa, and chocolate, while it makes tho best body for gravies,
sauces, ice-cream, fricassees, etc.
If you try it once, you will see that it is nil we claim.
is thoroughly sterilized and c.auorated by a hygienic process to
the con3.3ter.cy of a rich cr am, and is readily digested and assimilated.
Tha drink for the people v?ho enjoy something a little bet
ter than th! ordinary aerated waters can be had only from
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from tlic same physical disturbances,
ami tho nnturu of their duties. In
many I'asct, qmckly drift them Into
this liorrora of all Iclnds of fcoi.ile
complaints, orpinie troublt, ulcera
tion, fullint,' and (lhplacemonU, or
perliatiu irregularity or suppression
canlnp unchacho, nervousness, 1
riUibility, iuuI slecpIcRBncsa.
Women CToryuhorc should ro
wemVr that tho mrdlclnc that lioliH
f.n ii-ioid f.r the lnrtrcit liumhcr of
especially well qualified to
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When you go to the country you go
to see things that are different from
those to which you are accustomed.
To properly enjoy them you should
go in a conveyance that will afford
the greatest ease and in which you
can make any speed desired. We
have the machine; we know every
foot of this Island and can guide you
to the most interesting points.
J. A. McLbOD,
Eeady, All Hours.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the .latest method in the art of
embalming, so that bodies can be
kept any length of time, and still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Give him a call and his work will
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Office, 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 179;
Night Call, 1014.
Kauai Lands Are Idle
Waiting For Action
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SK )ou put the t.l.ir.tntlon down as template n result of this character,
it greedy octopus, that ought to The Territory undoubtedly knows
he held In check, ou nnturnlly nioro about the available water than
J turn to the other side of It and any private Individuals. This Is un
in to dldcmcr what tho peoplo havo usual, hut generally ndmltted on Kit-
i; lned by the hold-up. It hag prof -
it en notning so tar as anyone going tno excellent worK or surveyor uar
en er the ground enn observe with the. ley, who has Bpent the larger part
naked eve The tnx books bIiow no
profit. So where Is It? Experience".'!
If so, a few years of tho uatno thing
will bring Hawaii to tho pristine
guyefy of tho slmplo life tho malo,
the undershirt, and hardly that.
I'lvo days' tour of tho lands In
olved In what Is known ns tho "Ka
p.ia land deal" in company with tho
appraisers appointed by Governor
Krenr would bo a liberal education
tor nny citizen of the United States
whu wants to know something of tho
problems that Infest this Territory
of Hawaii, which, ns well ns being
under the American Hag. Is on tho
tirlng-llne of the scone of tho world's
greatest future activities. Listening
to tho questions of tho appraisers
..ml asking n few joursolf at nno
lime or another, you touch upon
nearly every problem you encounter
In any portion of the Territory.
hen you sec nnd understand what
disastrous results follow Inaction,
j cm feel nioro and more lll.e turning
to the Territorial and tho Fedci.il
lloveriiiiientH and exclaim that ou
don't rnro so much what they do, so
they Do something. The ono Having
quality of the Molokun experiment
wiih that It represented an effort.
'Incidentally 1 urn looking at tho
quarters for tho laborers," remarked
Appraiser Kenton ns ho was riding
through the Holds of tho Makee Su
gar Company. There Is an nhscnro
ol thn usual plantation harracka nnd
au nppaient cffoit to give tho plan
tation worker n auiue of his own
with a fair-sized area of land. Man
ager Fall child does not mako iYm
ti u'slous at being n homesteader, hut
his workmen hceni to bo mighty com
fortably located. Mr. Falrchlld likes
Hie 1'ortuguese, and In somo In-
nances has children anil ciiuurcns
children of old I'ortugueso families
quartered on his plantation.
VKH In Llhue they will tell you
of the loss Hawaii suffered on
account of tho Moloknns. Fair
child has said tho same thing In
Honolulu, but many peoplo thought
him an Interested party and thoro
forc prejudiced, If not exaggerating
Tho coming of tho Molnkuna to
Kapaa resulted in i'ortugueso who
had been on tho lands for years
leaving for California. At Llhue, tho
Ilullctln man was told that If tho
lands of Kapaa hud been made avail
ablo to tho Portuguese already on
the Island, the emigration of over a
hundred families would havo been
t-topped, and tho Kapaa fields descrt-
i d by the Molokans would now bo
the homo of a prosperous colony.
N connection with tho Moloknn
proposition, tho funniest story yet
was nicked up in Llhue. It Is
that Colonel Spalding put up a Job
with Captain Domcns, had hlra go to
Jnmes Castlo nnd Btart the wholo
thing moving In order that tho Mo
lokans might bo brought to tho dls
trlct and be proved n failure! Tho
fellow who sprung this looked wise
when he said It. He really didn't
like It when tho suggestion was
mado that Colonel Spalding had been
credited with being mnny things, but
never ns being such a trlplo-plntcd
fool ns this would make him out to
lie. For tho Molokans cost the Colo
nel bomo thousands of dollars that ho
will never ceo again. Tho story sim
ply shows what things pabs current,
when a man has a reputation nmong
his associates for being able to ho'd
up his end In a bargain.
Wherever you go, tho policy of tho
Territorial Government for tho last
three e.irs Is talked about as being
u "get hack" at Colonel Spalding.
That seems to bo tho only way In
which the backing und filling can he
rationally explained. Hut they are
all getting tired of tho "get-back"
business now. Too much money Is
being lost. Tho County feels It and
the reduction of tuxes. In other
words, you cannot destroy without
the Injury pabblng down tho line nnd
ttrlking all hands to a certain ox-
The venllct of tho averago Kauai
man Is that the sugar plantation
should ho allowed to go forward with
tho cultivation of tho enno lands, nnd
tho privilege of developing tho water
should ho granted under restrictions
that will amply protect the small
homesteader when he sees lit to take
up tho natural homestead lands.
Ono man said, I'Wo don't want to
see a sottlemont that will give tho tors, two-thirds of a wine glass of
sugar company all tho w.itor and the'ibinndy, and ono-thlrd ditto of Tokay
Government all tho lands." It is to J wine. Stir thoroughly nnd attain ln
he assumed that tho Government of-, to a cooled cocktail glass with a
fleers will have thq wit to guard I Fairbanks chorry and n dash of solt
ngalnst such an outcome, an-, so far i zer.
as known nono of the many propo- Threo or four of abovo Is hall uny-r-ltlons
mndo to tho Territory con- one can hie shtand.
ual. Ihc cause for It Is credited to
of the last two yea is In this section,
Ho has gone to the highest peaks of.
the boundary ranges and searched all
the water sources. Ho knows what
there Is to bo had In the way of wa
ter supply; ho knowB the best sec
tions for reservoir sites nnd has. In
lact, gathered the detailed Informa
tion that should bo obtained regard-
lug every foot of public land.
NE of tho very happy events of
I 1 tho trip of the latest Hoard of
, J Appraisers to Kapaa was au
olnbornto dinner served on Bun-
day night by He Fat, tho big rlco
I planter of Kauai. He Fut rents tho
' rice Innd of tho Mnl.ee Sugar Com
pany. Ills dinners havo gained it
teputntlon. He has entertained ev
ery Governor nnd public officer Hint
has been to Kauai on the land ques
tion. The only distinction He Fat mnkc3
In the entertainment of his guests Is
to regulate tho number of courseB In
accordance with the official standing
of his guests. The Governor, for in
stance, gets eighteen courses. Ho Fat
rays If thn Chinese I'llnro were to
romo tti Knual, he would get llfty
Tho dinner to (he uppruUors was
originally started ns a sUtcon-eourso
affair. Manager IVIrchlld announc
ed to Mlno Host He Fnt Hint Private
Seorctary Mcllryde Mood next to tho
Governor, nnd another course wis
added. So the appinlsers' dinner was
a lose- bccond to thn Governor's.
Tho menu of the dinner Is glvcy.
Tho party sat down nt five o'clock
and finished the Inst course about
nlno o'clock. There was nothing to
drink but champalgne, although
Chairman Hopper secured a special
dispensation and obtained water.
Mr. Ho Fnt made a speech In
which ho sald'ha was glad to sec tho
appraisers. Ho expressed the hope
that they would havo tho lands In
question leased to the Makco Sugar
Company, so that tho district might
prosper. Ho wound up with the fur
ther hopo that each npprulsor would
live long nnd havo lot of children.
Chairman Hoppor responded with
"Aloha" and the others sipped Ho
Fat's health In champagne,
Uarly In the ovenlng Mr. He Fat's
two sons, bright Httlo fellows, came
In to pay their respects to the com
pany. Later Mrs. Ho Fnt nnd tho
four glrl3 of tho family came In to
greet the guests. There Is a regular
order about this which Is observed
at each dinner. Ono of tho Interest'
Ing souvenirs of tho Ho Fat house'
hold Is n photograph of tho whole He
Fat family clustered on tho doorstep
tne house. On one sldo Is Governor
Frcar nnd on tho other Secretary
Mr. Ho Fat Is an American clti-
7en, having been born In tho Islands.
Ills credentials ns the postmaster of
Kapaa, signed by Postmaster General
Wynne, adorns tho wnll of his home.
It Is an elaborate document In an
Tho dinner thnt ho sorves Is ex
celled by none. The delicacy of the
dishes put before his guests would
stir tho best French chef to voluble
Tho bill of fare In all its sump
tuous fullness was as follows:
Ilrollod Fish Chicken
Stowed Shell Fish nnd Mushrooms
Fried Frog's Legs
Stowed Turtle, Sweet Sauco
Fried Hoof, Mushroom Sauco
Fish Man, Chicken Sauco
Stewed Duck, Mushroom Sauce
Stewed Chicken, Mushroom Sauco
Roast Pig, Ilrown Sauco
Sturgeon Jlrneu, Almond Sauce
Ico Cream and Almond Cako
Coffee nnd Chocolate Cako
JEFF DAVIS COCKTAIL
Tho Jeff Davis cocktail Is sweep
ing through Chicago like n typhoon,
and Is leaving wrecks In Its wake.
'Jimmy" Maloncy, n Monioo street
thlrst-supprpf.acr, swears ho got 'ho
icclpo fiom tho Senator. This Is the
Kill mixing glass one-third to two'
thirds full of fine Ico. Tlion mix ono
tllco of orange, ono-half teaspoonful
of syrup, two dashes of Peychnud bit-
What a grad family
raedlclno Ayor's Sarsa pa
rtita lit Good foi the
child, good for tho par-
out, gond for tho grand
parent, a ou ora
day it Is
o v o r ,
It In the Louse
darlnc the y nr somo member
of tho family will c.rtatnly noed It.
boon used for ovor sixty yoars. Tostod
and tried, and novtsr found wanting.
Is tho best family niodlclno that em
was mado. It makes pure blood, and
pure blood Is tho sourco of good health.
An now made, Aver' Snra
parllla contains no alcohol.
There aro many imltatloaSarsaparillas
Bo suro you jot "Ayor's."
rr.pir.a i, Dr. I. C Aior It Co., IkiII. Mm., USA.,
IN TIIH CIKCIMT COURT OF THU
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In Probate; at Chambers. In tho
Matter of the Kstato of Manosl Sll
veira Perclra, deceased. Order of
Petition for Allowauco of Final Ac
counts nnd DIscharog In this Kstato.
On reading and filing tho petition
nnd uccouuts of Phllomcnu Scabury
I orolra, Kxctutrls of tho Will of
Mnnocl Sllvclrn Pereira, lato of Ho
nolulu, deceased, wherein sho nskB
to he allowed $499.60 and sho charg
ee herbclf with S122G.00, nnd aaks
that tho same may bo examined nnd
approved, and that a final order may
bo mado of distribution of tho prop
erty remaining In her hands to the
persons thereto entitled, nnd dis
charging her from all further re
sponsibility as such Executrix, it Is
ordered that Tuesday, tho 10th day
of March, A. D. 1008. at 9 o'clock a.
m., beforo tho Judge of said court at
the court room of the said court at
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, be and tho
same hereby Is appointed as the time
and place for hearing said petition
and accounts, and that all persons
Interested may then and there ap
pear and show cause. If any they
have, why tho same Bhould not he
granted, and may present evidence as
to who aro entitled to tho said prop
erty. And that notice of this order,
In the English language, be publish
od in tho Evening Bulletin, a news
paper printed and published in Ho
nolulu, onco a week for throo succes
sive weeks, tho last publication to be
not less than two weeks previous to
the time therein appointed for said
Dated at Honolulu, this 31st day
of January, 1908.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Second Judge of the Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit.
(Sgd.) JOHN MAnCALLINO,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit.
39H Feb. 1, 8, 16, 22.
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DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
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Employment Office supplies all Na
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163 KING ST.
in the city.
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Tel. Wlilte 1698.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
TORT NLXT THE CONVENT.
and cloth of A-l quality can bs pur
P. 0. Box 961, Telephone 981,
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing as
Kuguin and Japanese Uook Boot.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
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The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
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For Expert Rtpalri on Bleyole, Mo
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