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EVENINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., SATUMMY, MAIL 14, 1908
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PROM TUB NEWSMAN'S NOTES
Da ou know Clem Qulnti, tho bail
iff In Judgo Rnlilnion's court? Well,
If you don't, I riicis liu knows )ou
i.nyliow, for Clem has n wldo ucqualn
tiincu among nil classed, lie liao oili
er peculiar traits anil ono of those Is
a fnculty of obeying onlcrs ilown to
the very dot. 1 happened to drop In
to see Judge Hoblnson the other day.
Just after ho hnd come back from tho
Coast, to enquire about bin having
cold feet whllo In California (ho ac
knowledged tho corn, but claimed that
It was not confined to that portion of
I had been entitling for nwhllo and
been In port I liavo heard mnny com
ments upon the soldiers who nro go
lng through on her Tho white men
oro Huout ns n... .a crowd us onu
could wlib to sec, and, though the)
i. have monc) , as they were paid off
Just'Xbeforo leaWng San Francisco,
they have been bchaWng themsehes
remarkably well. Their uniforms aro
noticeable on account of tho tact
(hat they fit well, and tho men nre
undoubtedly a credit to tho Army. In
lad, ns fnr as physical build goes,
they nro n much liner set than their
Thu contrnst, though, comes with
DR. K. HAIDA
Dr. K. Halda was born in the Prefecture of Hiroshima, Japan, In
June, A. D. 186:1. Ho was among tile Hrst students who entered the pri
mary school there, graduating nt the age of 14 )ears. He then placed
himself under the tutorship 1f a pllvate teacher During tills time his
fnther was taken sick nnd the then attending physician failed to Improve
his condition. The fomlly summoned Dr. lkkel Usui, a well-known phy
sician, through whose skill and scientific treatment his father was soon
cured, nnd this turned the boy's-thought to medicine This was during
ldSl nnd 1S85. Mr. Haldn was then only 19 e.trn of age, but he applied
himself to his chosen study. On January 2Gth, he left Yokosuka
for Hawaii, arriving here oil February 10. 1S8D. Having coino hero ns
a contract laborer, ho was sent to Maul to work tin tho I'nla plantation.
On August 28, 1SS5, he returned to Honolulu as the result of a riot lit
Paia. While here ho secured cmploment under T. J, King, holding
that position until March 13, 1SS7. When the late Queen Kaptolaul
left on the S. S. Australia for England to be present nt tho Jubileo,
Halda' went along as ono of tho servants to Her Majesty, leaving her,
however, upon arrival at San Francisco. Whllo thcro he entered tho
Cooper Medical Collcgo to carry out his chosen profession. This was In
June, 1893. In December of 1897 he graduated with honor nnd began
practicing immediately nt Fresno, California. Ho remained there for ono
year and a half, during which tlmr ho studied under Dr. Eldcnmuller.
He then returned to tho Islands on tho 16th day of February, 19TJ0. IIo
is a specialist on diseases of women. On March 6th of the mimo year ho
secured ft certificate to practise from the Territorial Hoard of Health.
In November, 1901, he visited Japan and thcro married. Ho Is now
tho father of thrco children. Ho is n special member of tho Japaneio
lied Cross Society; was n member of tho reception committee to I'rlnrc
Fushlml, when that dignitary passed through here on July 3, 1900; or
ganizer of the first Jnpaneso Hud jh 1st Association here; assisted In
checking tho Alea plaguo in March, 190", with Hoard of Health officers
and Drs. Oynma and Mltamurn; was first requested to become a member
of the Civic Federation two years ago; lately a member of tho United
States Fleet reception committee. Dr. Hnlda's career shows him to bo a
man of great perseverance, he hnvlng worked ills way up Inspired by
great determination and worthy rmbltlon. "
hearing good nows of Attorneys Dcr the negro troops who aro on board tbu
by, McCtanahnn nnd others, when In Thomas As a rule, tho colored troops
enmo Judgo Lindsay. Ho came, ns I who come through hero Arc' well set
(mind out, to nsk If the traveler had up, nro neat, clean and a lino class of
heard of tho resignation of ono of tho loldtcrs. In tho present caso it Is dlf-
most strenuous members of the local fercnt.
legal fraternity from a position of nu-
thorlty. Whllo ho was thcro ono of; Thcro was a call down given In tho
his clerks came In with n paper to bo Supremo Couit the other day which
tlgned. which ho did ul Judge Hob
Insoirs.desk, nnd then looked around
lor a blotter.
There was none In vBlght apparently,
but Hoblnson, seeing what was want
ed, reached over and picked tip
whlto fragment about four Inches
long and an Inch wldo, which proved
l() be tho nrtlclo desired. There wcro
at least four of these on the desk. An
explanation wns asked and came.
It appears that sonic months ago
Qtilnn In cutting blotters for Judgo
Hoblnson cut them about eighteen
Inches square. They would coverHho
entire desk. When .remonstrated with
In regard to his extravagance, Clem
Immediately took tho hint and pro
duced the now Blue, which Is lnudl.
big cnuugh for n handkerchief foi a
mosquito. Economy In all things for
Clem from now on.
Since the transport Thornim hna
KMm&fl 1 i
It seems to mo was well deserved nnd
1 mint tell about It though It will bo
better to Icav-j out names nnd -places.
A motion was being argued nnd tho
lawyers were quite heated over gome
point. Ono Inwyer was ruled nguln3t
nnd protested. He called tho atten
tion of ono of the Jul ticca to thd mat
ter, tho court still being in session:
"Why, Judge -, don't jou re
member talking this mnttur over with
mo at tho club lust week, and
what you said then."
Tho reply came after n slight flulr
"Mr. . I should like you to
understand that 1 remember nothing
that was said In tho 1 club nt
that time. Fuitlier that 1 rcmombri
'hothlng that was said In any clti'j nt
Thcro was a short pause and tt.o
caso went on.
I SPORT& I
is mid id
nee of more than 100 miles hnd
been held on tho bench. It covered
the 100 miles In 1:07:31, beating
the Flat Urns' by 2 minutes 49 sec
onds. Tho 40-horscpowcr Cleveland
car, owned and driven by J, Laugh-
lln HI, was econd, and hnd traveled
100 miles in 1:46:46 when tho nice
was declared off.
OF VALUABLE LANDS, SITUATE
pany, Limited, in nnd to that certain
plcro or parcel ot land situate at
Pillamoo, Wnlklkl, Honolulu afore
said, being tho premises convoyed to
said Hawaii Land Company, Limited,
by deed ot William C. Achl, dated
March Gth, 1900, of record ns nforp
sald In Liber 200, pages 497-498,
AT KAAK0PUA, AND AT PILI- containing an nrea of 1 87-100 acres,
more Or less, rccnlng, however, nil
AM00, WAIKIKI, AND AT KA-, portions of said premises which may
MAVTT A ATT IN TTONOTITTIT ' I,c ,nkc" ''' Government 'or widening
MAKELA, ALL IN HONOLULU, of 0Xten(11B ,he Wn!aIne or cxten.
COUNTY OF '0AHU, TERRI-.'lon of Heretnnln Street, said prcm-
......... i lscs ue"'K ParlB OI moso premises ae-
T0RY OF HAWAII. rcrlhed In Ilov.il Patent 4932 on
Land Commission Award 1274;
3. All that pleco or parcel ot land
situate at Kiimnkela, Honolulu, more
partlrul.irlv described by metes and
bounds In deed of John I). Holt to
En Sjal; Asou, dated October 21,
1893, of record nRinforunld In Liber
1 r,."i, pages 353-15 I, the samo being a
portion of tho land described In Koyal
Patent 317, Lund Commission A,ward
Pursuant to u decree of mortgage.
foreclosure and sale made by the Sec-1
ond Judgo of tho Circuit Court ot tho
First Circuit, said Territory, on
March 5th, 1908, In n suit No. Equity
1603, entitled Elizabeth Hobson vs.
Hawaii Land Company, Limited, tho
undersigned, appointed as Commis
sioner by Bald Decree, will sell nt
public auction to the highest bidder
you (jo away
from home. It
may snvo jou a lone; Illness. And it
you aro not going away, koop it with
you, always, In tho liouso.
Is tho host family modlclno you can
have. A thorough course ot treat
ment with It makes good rod blood,
brings tho old color back to tho lips,
fills out tho chocks, and gives tho
glow of porfect health.
Perhaps you suffer from tho en
feebling effect ot a prolonged spell of
warm weather. If so, Ayor's Sarsapa
rllla will vitalize- your blood and givo
you renewed foico, vim, and energy.
An hoic mmlc, Aycr'H tt(ti's(t-
lrirltla conlithiH no ttlcofiol,
Thoro aro many Imitation
Bo suro you got "AYER'S."
FrtparH by Dr. J. C. Ayir U Co., towitl, Matt., U.S.A.
AYm-a FILLS, tha beat family Uutlra.
IT SAVES YOU. '
In ice-bills, food-bills, time, labor, and Temper; N
That's Economy . v
IT COSTS A LlTi'LE luORE; ' .
That's the Reason ,
You can't get the best without pnyins more for it;
the best refrigerator ot nil is
r is- Kemgerator a
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents )
waa1 iaEii,gJiryg3TtfggvriTi g ""reffl
for cash, subject to confirmation ot l " Kawolnlil. lonveyed 1 to said
rnnrt nn J Alfred Magoon by deed of Kn Synk
SATURDAY, MARCH 28TH, 1908, Asou dated April l!Sth, 1S97. of rec
AT l" O'CLOCK NOON ' ""' "8 af"rw!l111 ln Liber 108, pages
at the fronUmnuku) entrance of tho 3'3"' nml '""eafter by Sa,l J.
Judiciary llulldlng, in mid Honolulu, Alr1r,e'1 Mn80" conveyed to said Ha
the mortgaged property following, to-. WB" Land Company;
wj(. To satisfy mortgago made by said
l". All that certain piece or par- Hawaii Land Company, Limited, to
eel of land situate at Kaakopua, Ho- J- Alfred Magoon, dated March 29,
nnlulu aforesaid, and more tmrtlcu-. 100,. f ford In tho Hawaiian Ileg-
iarly described ub follows: lstry "' Conveyances In Liber 207,
Commencing nt the South corner I""'-'3 8l-8;1- Hni1 nsslgned to Albert
iolnlnir the lot of Knlnau nnd La- i?- J"' ""'l thereafter nsslgned to
Will Fight In 'Frisco
At Bergers Club
Los Angeles, Cal March 4.
l'acky McKarlnnd and Jimmy Hrltt
will fight twenty rounds beforo tho
Washington Athletic Club of San
Kranclsco March 31, Tho weight Is
tobo 133 pounds by 3 o'clock.
This Is tho club operated by Sam
lterger. Ilrltt nnd McKarland aro to
lecclvo 50 per cent, of tho gross re
ceipts to bo divided CO and 40. Tho
lefcree to bo selected ten days be
foro the contest.
All three of tho parties to tho con
tract agree to post a forfeit of 2,-
500 with John T. Clark ns a guar
antee of good fnlth. Sam Ilcrgcr
left Los Angeles tonight ou tho Owl
after making tho above announce
ment. Jimmy Uritt was scon and con
firmed tho match. Ho will leave for
San Francisco tomorrow night nnd
win go Into training Immediately.
McKurland was called up over tho
Examiner's leased wire at Chicago
nnd asked to verify what llcrgor' nnd
Urltt said regarding the match. Mc
Karlnnd's nnswer was to sond tho
following tolegrnm to Ilcrger
"Will lenvo Thursday night nnd
will keep good faith wljh you. Ar
rive In San Francisco on Sunday
night and will post my forfolt on
Jimmy Ilrltt mado tho following
talk tonight: "I am leaving for tho
haina o'nd running;
N, 50 1-2 10. 78 1-2 links along lot
N, 35 1-1 W. 96 links along lot
S. 43 W, 88 links along lot nt
8. 40 1-2 E. 99 links along lot or
containing nn area ot .08 acre, moro
or less, being a portion of Land Commission-Award
9971, Apnna 20, Roy
al Patent 7799, and being tho samo
premises conveyed to said Hawaii
Load Company, Limited, by deed of
Helen N. Rosa et a!., dated Mnrch 1,
1890, recorded in tho Hawaiian Reg
istry of Conveyances In Liber 191,
2. All' the Vlght, title and inter
est of the 'said Hawaii Land Com-
I'nrlslans,arc going crazy over the
boxing game, which Is known In
Franco ns "lo boxc." An Invitation
has been extended to Champion Tom
my Hums to como over and show
himself In tho gay city. When he
Icinrs, tho nnmo of the game will
have to bo changed to "lo boxe-of-fice."
An Kastern paper says that Cor
i. ell's baseball team will this season
play one of tho hardest schedules
ever arranged for tho bnll-tosscrs ot
tho university. 'the strenuous
schedule, consists of seven games and
it is to bo hoped that tho boys will
pull through It without hurting
Harvard Is trying to get Yale to
set an earlier dnto for their annual
bo.it-race. California is trying to
pet Stun ford to advnnco tho dnto of
their annual boat-rare. Now, ran
anyone say wo arc behind the Kast
in advanced education?
Philadelphia is congratulating It
fcclf on having got rid of "Rubo"
Wnddcll whllo St. Louis Is tickled
to death to get him. Kvcrybody's
pleased, except Waddcll, and ho has
n't bcon consulted.
it n it
More trouble for tho long-suffor
Ing fight fans. Marvin Hart Is pie
paring to challenge, the world.
FIGHT TO A DRAW
Iloston, Mass., March 3, Sam
Lungford of this city nnd .loo Jcnu
nctto of Now York nattered enrh
other for twclvo rounds beforo n big
crowd at tho Armory Club tonight
north Thursday. night nnd will gcti" wnen tho linn! gong sounded
ready for McFnrlnnd nt onro. I wnnt , Reforco Jack Sheehun declared tho
Terms of Kilo: Cash, U. 8. Ciold
Coin; 10 per cent, at tlmo of sale,
balance on confirmation by Court and
oellvery of deed; deeds at expense of
For further particulate apply to
Thompson & CIcmonB, Attorneys for
Mortgagee at 8-11 Campboll Illock,
Honolulu, or to Jnmcs F. Morgan,
Auctioneer, 8S7 Knnhumnnu St., said
Honolulu, or to tho undersigned nt
tho Judiciary llulldlng, sala Hono
lulu. JOHN MARCALLINO,
Dated jfarch 7, 1908.
Mar. 7, II, 2lr27.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
to say that I will bo much hotter
when I light McFnrlund than I waB
It tt It
AUTO RACES AT ORMOI BEAGR1
Hotel Ormond, Fla March 3.
Two long races ot 100 miles, for tho
Minneapolis International world's
championship trophy, and tho othor
of 150 miles, for stock car chassis,
made up tho program of tho opening
day's nuto races on tho drmond-Duy-tonla
beach today, Iloth resulted In
Only two curs ot tho thrco starters
wero running when the winning car
finished In tho 100-mllo race, which
was won by E. Cedrlno in the GO
horsepower Cyclone Flat In, 1:10:20.
The running of the GO-horsopowor
llonz car In tho 150-mllo stock car
chassis raco wis tho fcaturo of tho
day, l)y cbvcrlng tho distance ln
2:40:3,1, It established n new l-ench
iccord. it was tho first tlmo 'hat n
bout u draw.
Colorado- Springs, February 13.
Frank Worthing, tho actor, complete
ly recovered. In health,, left to-day for
San Francisco, whero ho goes to re
join "Dlvorcons," uppcarlng' In that
play as uruco Oeorgos leading support.
Early In January, whllo phasing In
Detroit, Mr, Worthing was discovered
unconscious In his drosslug-rnom nt
tho theatre, and It was found that ho
had a severe attack of pneumonia.
lor u tlmo It was feared ho would
not recover, nnd a rhllndolphta paper
printed nn account of Ills death.
As soon nu his condition would per
mit ho was brought to Colorado
Sprlnga, a doctor from Detroit accom
Mr. Worthing has recently hnd hla
share of Ill-fortune, for early ln tho
Beason a near relative died, nnd then,
through fatluro of tho Knickerbocker
Trust Company of New York, ho lost
$17,000, representing his savings for
DULLETIN ADS. PAY
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF RICE LAND OF
- KAPAA, KAUAI, AND .CANE
LAND OF HILO, HAWAII.
At twelvo o'clock noon, Monday,
April C, 1908, nt tho front entrance
of tho Judiciary Ilullding, Honolulu,
there will bo sold nt public miction,
under tho Provisions ofTart 5, Land
Act 18tl.r, (Sections 278-285 inclu
sive), Revised Laws ot Hawaii, Gen
eral Leases of the following describ
(1) Lot No. 1. Knpaa, Kauai:
Aica of rlco land, 123 ncrca; area
of Kola, 11 acres; aica of waste,
0 1-2 ncics; ttnl area, 110.5
Term of Lease, flvo (5) years from
Juno 1st, 1908.
Upset rental, $2,091.00 per nnuum,
payahto hcml-unnunlly In ad
vance. f2) Lot No. 2, Knpaa, Kauai;
Area of rlco land, 78. ft ncres; nrea
of Kula, 28 acres; urea of wutc,
53. 8 acres; total urea, 1C0.3
Term of Lease, five (5) years from
Juno 1st, 1908.
Upset rental, $1,335.00 per annum,
p.ifalilo semi-annually in ad
vance. f3) Lot No. 3, Kalian, Kauai:
Area of rlco land, 19 ncres; nrea
of Kula, 3 acres; area of waste,
4. 28 acrea; total orea, 20.28
Term or Lease, five (ft) yearn from
Juno' 1st, 1908.
Upset rental, $325.00 per nnuum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
(4) 210 ncrea moro or less of tho
land ot Kaupakuea, 1 1 1 lo, Ha
Term of Lease, five (5) years from
Juno 17, 190S.
Upset rental, $fiC9.0P per annum,
payable demt-nnniully in ad
vance, (ft) 102. 3 acres, moro or less, of tho
land ot Kawnluul, Hllo, Ha
Tortu of Lease, flvo (5) years from
July 19, 1908.
Ubct rentnl, $539.50 per annum,
fpnynhlo semi-annually In nd
vnnco. Tho usual reservations regarding
land required by tho fiovernnient for
fcttlcmcnt or public purposes will be
embodied in these leasca.
For plana nnd full particulars, np
ply nt tho Ofllco of tho undersigned,
Judiciary llulldlng, Honolulu.
.IAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of I'uhlle Lands.
Honolulu, Onhu, March 5th, A. 1).
3944 Mar. 7, 14, 21, 28; Apr. 4.
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wives oi Honolulu
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It is sold by J. M. Levy & Co,, C.J. Day Co., nnd other
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The combination of hirdness and elasticity on the surface
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- All In Bulk
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