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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 08, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II fUTUilDAY, MAY S, 1000.
WAR ON MAUI
Editor Tells Community
What He Intends
AND HE THEN RESORTS i
to pnEM (in i ivncui
One of the Incidents That Grew Out
of Automobile Affair and
cian. There are terrible dnln's In the
town of Wallul.ii
The editor of it"' onl newspaper
In town has become Involved In n
list lit; lit Willi n leading doctor nml
a poem has lieeii born at a result of
Tlie editorial of the editor and
the iioem follow
Oer three and one-half years ago
the present management took charge
of this paper and announced that the
Nows would exert every effort to sub-i-erve
the end of use while promot
ing the welfare of the entire com
munity without special regard to any
section. Wo promised to champion
uny Just case which might ho of good
to the community without fear of the
onsequences or expectation of fav
We cons.lentlously believe that we
have faithfully kept our promlxe to
the people, and tho hearty support
given us leads us to believe that the
people appreciate our efforts nnd the
In following out the policy adopt
id it Ik but natural that we should
This pnper Is not run In the Inter
est of any Individual, neither Is It
'witling to allow It columns to be
used for malicious purposes, A few
seem to have failed to understand
our position In u recent editorial en
titled "Hawaii and Sanitation." In
that editorial wo did not mention
the nnmo of any particular pen-on.
Our position Is thnt If by stating that
on olHclal has done n certain thing
tint is ground for his removal and
do not even mention his nnme, and
yet everjone points to one whom he
knows to have been guilty of tho of
fense charged, even where we have
not mentioned a name nor a locality
we think It Is up to the proper au
thorltles to at least make an Investi
gation ami If the case merits It re
move the officer. Wo fall to sen why
it Is necessary to use the nuine of
nuch an officer anil thereby In all
probability prevent him from secur
ing employment In a community oth
er than In the one In which he now
Wo feel that If an Individual has
becomo a nuisance In a community
ho should either mend bis ways or
lie gotten rid of, but we do not feel
Justified In carrying that to u point
of doing him a wrong or preventing
his earning a livelihood
The withholding of the name of an
offending official is an ttt or lenlener
toward the Individual and will do
hint no InjUry, while the publication
of the1 niuric of an offending1 'official
may prevent his earning a 'livelihood
It tbu farts are known
II Is Mir ileilro tu promote the best
Interest of (he entire community
unit oppose all measures that ore op
posed to the best Interests of the.
.people We arc sometimes com-,
lulled In opiwe officials Kfid Individ
uals n lui stand In the way of the best
Int.-i-ests of the fieop'ic. Wc do this
as a matter of principle, but we re
netii inuuenceu uy any any personal
III n ill
flow Js It that some tongues, so vile,
Are never happy, except while
They'r wagging 'round In slander
ous slough, t
And seem lo never tet chough?
How Is It their great Joy has been
In Blundering friends, e'en kith and
Would God receive Ih Henven above,
In his bright home Whero all Is love.
The wuggcr of such a filthy tongue.
And scat him there with him ahiong
Ills angels, who oh earth have
Of things that's right, and for them
No! God lins got a place fixed up
Where those vile monsters sit and
And nil their sloughing slanders tell.
That place Is deep down In their
I do not mean this sacrilege,
1 think it Is my privilege.
Prom observation thus to speak.
The man who slanderous filth doth
lins got the key and rings the bell
That calls tils sloughing soul to
its merited home.
There are some slander mongers born
Who lovo to turn the eyes of scorn
Upon n foe or on a friend,
And to their faces they pretend
To be a friend, o'en favors, ask.
And then their tongues with slander
A friend or foe, e'en kith nnd kin.
When they know well they might
A help to cheer a saddened soul,
Hut slander is their vile tongues'
Oh! why not men, and women, too,
Speak of the good things your friends
Instead of lending weight to what
You know yourself amounts to
When you know his Intent Is good.
How can your slanderous tongue find
In trampling down a heart that's
Docs this make your vile soul feet
It's Up to You
to tay whether you
will continue to suffer
from STOMACH AND
BOWEL ILLS or adopt
tfr tticeessful pUfl of
thousands of cHher
and. TAKE H08TET
TER'S STOMACH BIT
TERS. Be wise today,
for delay only aggra
vates matters. This
well known remedy Is
excellent ftrf l TCOH
For sale by llenson. Smith & Co..
M ttulltata rimfr rn t.tit
a.., a........ a.Hn w., ...,
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; HI la tlrug
Co.! and at all Wholesale Llq'ior
So.. Mr. Tsuda, and Inspector Wells.
Emily Sa fiery has the best garden.
. James Makee camo Ipist week to
And tho anchor of the Nev'adan,
Lahalna, Maul, April 27, lDOS
Editor of the Evening Bulle
Dear Sir: On Wednesday nlfht
they had a big reception for Ulshop
Uestarlck at Parish Hall.
Oeaconesa Potter sprained her an
kle Inst Tuesday.
Last week we had many visitors.
They were Illshop Hestaricki. tilii
Emery, Hey. Mr. Ytimaka, Hev, Jtr.
There is as much difference
between RAINIER and all oilier
beers as between good coffee and
chicory. It is this recogniz d
difference that has made RAINIER
the leading beer in every land.
i ntinlnn Atirll 17 iftflH
Editor of the Evening llullc-
ti n , Honolulu.
r.Ar.1. (31 nTft ntA urm n r Annul tiTl
titdi U4i uvis nun m nivpuu"
at the Parish Hall given to the flight
Rev, Henry H. uestarlck and miss
Julia C. Emery, Secretary to the
Woman's Auxiliary. The reception
was given on Wednesday evening at
8 o'clock, niftibp Itestarick wis
very much pleased with the recep
tion. They left Lahalna on Thurs
day and went to Wnlluku.
Five visitors came to visit our
Bchool on Wednesday afternoon.
Three, of them" were Japanese teach''
Their names ate Mr. Yamaka, Mr.
TsUda and Mr. He
The Right Rev. Dlshop Uestarlck
ttnd Miss Julia C. Emery came to vis-
It the school too. She told us the
story of her Journey to tho other
There was n Japanese show at the
Japanese theater last week. '
The steamship Nllhatl brought the
lumber for Mf. Kroll'a house.
Mr. D. K. White and his men are
going to commence to build the house
Mr. Lufkln's house Is ready to be
nolntAH T.tnV Minn to tlsll their
cottage on Friday afternoon.
Inspector Wells came to visit me
school on Wednesday.
Tile Jalnes Makee came last ween
to Took for" tho lost anchor of the
Nevadnn. t remain,
v" n 1 & 4, 8 u J 16 tin, wrauwd
'reify for SmUi. t0 cenU at B u 1
One of the reasons wivbeer
is good for one is that it is absolutely
the purest beverage manufacturilL
The nature of the fermenting pro
cess demands strict purity, jfdK .the
slightest impurity spoils the beer;'
In brewing Primo 13eer, cleanly
ness is carried to extremes theyerVtair
in which it is cooled is filtered,.ariva,it is
stored in air-tight glass-lined tanks till
ready fof bottling,
The rich, soft flavor of $ Primo is
due to this care in the. making, The
Best Beer Brewed is
k i "iM irr'
W7T.lMlr aaUia-mt..w..-J. .i .i .-ir-.
m'Vzltim The JfteierTOSi'AiBrwed? 'i
. Lfgal Notices
I y --
'JiJ.IOE OP INTENTION TO FORE-
CLOiiK AHU OF SALT;.
Kmlur and l tl.tue of the iniver
of unlo coiilnliieil III that nitiiiti
lilortgngu dated Ilio L3rd dn of IJp
n'nilier, A. I). iDn.'i, made b' Jhp
Moi rlv, ()f Maknwao, Island of Maul,
Territory of lluwiill, as Moitgagor,
to lllchaid 11. Trent, of Ilnnolulti,
Island ot Onhii, Territory aforesaid,
n Mortgagee, nml of iccord In Mlior
y,:., pages 291 mid 2!3, Hawaiian
Iteglytry of Ciiiivoyuni.es, given t
e inn the iiayment hy the Mcirtgn
i oi I.) mild Morlgagi'O of the pilntl
I'M Hum of rive ThouH.ind l'lve lluli
d ed Dntlaia within threo Jeara fror)i
the date thereof, with lntcrot lit
night per eiit. per iininim, and iiur
Mi.ilil to Uluipter Hill of the Itevljed
I..IWK or Hawaii nml the ninenilmuntH
tl'erelo, Hie uudeiHlgned hereliy gives
notice that ho Intends to fuiwltmc
the Kald mortgagn for condition liml.
Ini, in-wll: the iion-pnymeiil of the
principal Hiitn Kccineil hy r.ald mott
, gngo when dim.
I Notice Is also lierehy given Hint
pttrmuuil to paid mithoilly Hie prop
ifrty In raid Inoilgngn nml herelnnft
r ilerrrllieil, with nil npimrtniiiim.es
I tuifl InipiiiveinrntH thereto lieliuigliig,
l will lie cold at pulillc auction liy tlm
i uiiili'iflRiiuil at the mirllim rnonm uf
( .Intiii"! I'. Morgnii, nt No. X"7 Kiiiihli
iiiaiiu tiliee', lli.niilnlii nfiirexald. on
'Katiirdny, the Tia day of Miiv. A.
I) lUllli, nt lelvi n'llnel: noon of
, "a Id day.
The piop'erh coveied hy k:iM liuiit-
giihe mid Inleuile.l to lie koM us afore-
No Other Is Quite So Good
ill 1(1 t-oiiHlnlH or nil tliovii two eiiit.llli
pareelH of I. mil sllunti nt Ktipalmua
lu nalil lliinolnlit, nml more, patllcjt
lailj ileKiillii'd n H follows, lu-wll:
I li reel One. Tlml certain pleto or
p.ireel of l.iml, togither Willi till liu-
piove iioiiik II mi, Kltuntc nt Ku-
palnnia. In llinmliilii nfonwilil. iiinrc
IKIItleul.il l de 1 1 Hied lis follow, to
wit: ('niiiiiieni lug nt the Knillli mi
HIT llf thin pi.' e or I. Hill III 111.1 Ilk, I
lllirr of King Mlieit, mynliiliig I, ('
A. !"d:i to K.iliiiiiiiiiiiiuim no K.iiH'.
1. K. liJ fill' W.
along Khig Sin el;
2. u. IT' r..r w.
.1 III M K King rlliert;
3. N. .T, Ill)' W
tilnilk King fit reel;
i. n. cr i.v i:.
true !)!i '. f
trim ll.n f.
true .Ml 1
along Mile Mori Is lo llin Sniilli mi
lief of I.. C Award 12:11, Ap.iiiu I,
to I'll Inn, on - edge of nuwnl;
r. H. TJ" 15' i:. 1 1 no lfi.ll feet to
Wi'st eilge of ittiiitlicr niiw.it;
. H. HI ill)' K tine 217.11 feel aloni:
B i IllShiip Rilale along iiiik.iI lo III.'
north-omit uunei of I,, c. Awntd
12Sl! on W Hiilii of niiw.il: lliem-e
WS3KKSlll V. S. !) 110' W true 232 feet
alimg I, V. Award 1X83;
X. 20 11 V true 10 feet olnnn
. r. Award im;
l H. T'J' 30' W. true IS feet nliuig
',. f Award 12S3;
tfl. $. IS' i&' V. true II fi-el nl na
,. C Award 128 i;
11.8. Ot" III' W. true 4t; feet
ilnns I C. Awnril 12S3;
12. 8. 7fi no w. truo tin.r, rn.t
along 1,. C. Award 12H.1, lu Initial
point. Aien 2. fi 1-1000 acres, lie
lug the sniuo ilremlnes descrlhcd in
it deed fiom .M. I). Monsnrrat, Cniii
nilMlnncr, to Jon Mnrrlo, dated July
8, 18.11), nml recorded In l.llier 201.
pngo IS I. Itrglntry of t'ouveynnus.
In said Honolulu.
l'nrccl Two. That rcrtniu piece
or parcel of land situato nt Knpji
l.iiua, Honolulu, Island of O.iliu, he
Ing tho plero on the Westerly jilne
i,f tho laid patrh haul; In the tear
ii.f llie houses of tho Hawaii Land
Company, Limited, and hounded as
follows: Commencing nt tliu South
'orner of this piece, at tho tiuo
patch haul., and limning as follows:
1. X. 2D" W., nr, feet nlong 51or
ris; 2. N. R!) i: 17.5 feet nlong Mor
ils; 3. S. 37 I!., 35 feet iilimg Jlm
il; and from thenco riiutilng to the
pin?!! of cjiiiiieneenicnt nt tho em
h.iulinient, mntnlulng nn men ofjtiilil
feet more or les, nnd being the riuiio
premises convoyed by tho Hawaii
1 .an 1 1 Company, Limited, to Joe Mor
rn, by deed dated November 2, 1.S!!).
mil leeorded lu l.lher 201, pag0 1S3,
Itegl'lry of Cnnveyanees, In kald
TllltMS: fauli In Uiilled Slntea
riiild Colli. I)eeil9 at Hie uxpeiiKo of
Vor further particulars npply lo
lllchanl II. Trent, Mortgagee, or
l.itnes !'. Mm can, Auctioneer, Hono
lulu. D.i led, nl Honolulu. Hawaii, Dili.
2 Iril day of A pill. A I) l!HI!l.
KU'IIAHI) II. TltKNT.
'.V Apr. 21; May I, S. 15.
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BAKED PORK AND BEANS
BOSTON BROWN BREAD
Leave Orders A Day in Advance.
V iM Hiro.jtjufcf WtM"
1120 Fort St. P',one 107
DOES YOUR TYPEWRITER or PHONOGRAPH NEED
DO you want it
by a man who
business and has
show no favor
to, any one make
Then call up
G, L. LENORD,
162 Hotel St.
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