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eVENINO BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY. SEPT. 19, 1911.
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forevei
,R. T. FELIX GOIRAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OK MAGICAL BEAUTIIIM
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IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF
LADIES', CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR
NO MATTER WHETHER YOJ ARE IN SAN FRANCISCO OR AT
HOME, DO YOUR SHOPPING AT MAQNIN'S.
IN every one ot our Departments
the stoek lias been replenished
with the Newest Merchandise from
famous Kuropean and American
makers. Special effort has been made
to supply our patrons with High
Grade Merchandise at popular prices.
Grant Ave. and Geary St.
San Francisco, Cal.
TA1 LOY COMPANY
Chinese Jade Jewelry, Chinese Curios,
' t Cut Glass,
Watch Repairing Gold and Silversmiths
Nuuauu, cor. Hotel
COUGHS UP IRON STAPLE
EIGHT YEARS IN LUNGS
NKW YOIUC Krnfst Hecrcn, 17
3 ear-old son of Gcorgo II. lleercn of
No. HI (Ink street, Corona, U I., Iinil
been practically given up n n lctlin
of quirk consumption two weeks ago,
when lie was rcmiivcil to St. Mary's
hospital, Mnnlinttiin. Tho boy, onco
n sturdy Utile athlete, liiul liecn wast
ing uwiiy Blnco Inst February.
At tho liospltal Dr. MiiUIicwh con
ceived tlio lilen that tho enso was out
of tlio ordinary. Ho was not con
vinced (lint It was consumption and
ho decided to take an X-ray phnto-
graph, llo found that thorn was n
foreign suhstanco In ono ot tho lungs. f
Three operations wero performed
for the removal of tho substance, but
tho surgeons could not locate It. At
tho third operation they woro making
every effort to find It when suddenly
the patient began to cough. A nurso
noticed homcthlng In his mouth and
quickly removed It.
It proved to bo an Iron staple, tbrca
quaitcrs of an inch long and an
eighth of an Inch wide, with two sharp
prongs. Kin co then tho boy has been
growing better every day and tho doc
tors say he will be able In go homo In
another week. It Is hcllcu'd that ho
swallowed tho staplo more than eight
2185 nlllorlnl rooms 2256
liuslnriN ofllce. These are the tele
phone numbers nf the II a 1 1 o 1 1 n.
Mrs. Laamca Prove Right to
Adverse Possession; toahe-
lona's Claim Overruled.
After thu iitlnino bad taken many
days fur iirguimut thu Jury took Juit
twenty-three mliHtcs veslirduy uftcr
liuon tu decide that Knt.iinaii Uuimca,
hy living on a certain piece ut land
mr a period of tin years I'urlns which
tiinu In r possession was n( dial, upeli
and miturluui, exclusive and hostile,
bad fully proved her title to It by ml-
VCI'SU possession, TIlllS HololllOII Mil"
heloiia and kuiiiu f thu Doe and lllack
family arc now minus some property.
Kalainau Luaiueu, a Hawaiian vvo
iiiiiii. In I1 ilulm 'o bind ut Kuwalpllo
by virtue ut tlio fart that "he bad lived
on It fur the lat ten oar Solomon
'Mnhclon.i objected to tliK and accord-
'ingly II. C l'oters, fur the plalntlrf, and
Lorriu Andrews, fur the defendant
argued the mutter out before Judgu
William I.. Uhltiicy In tho Circuit
Court. The case bin been going on
tor over a week, iiud yesterday after
i.iiuii was put up tu the Jury. It retir
ed ut nil" p. m. and brought back a
verdict at 3:10 p. Mi., being Just twenty
minutes In deciding In fuvur of .Mm.
Houto Burnt Down.
Tho history of the enso d.itcs away
back to 1S(!5, when Mrs. (.oilmen's fa
ther lived on the original lot of laud.
She was burn there and then later,
when their house was burnt down by
the Hoard of Health during the cholera
epidemic, she moved across and built
her present bouse on the corner of her
father's lot. llo also put up u new
lailcr be snld the property tn Sol
.Muhclonn, but In the deed no mention
was made of the piece oeeupled by
Mrs. I.iinnii'ii. About tills time n row
occurred between father and daughter,
but whether It v. as over selling the
laud or not is not known.
Ijiter Mahrliina, who lives Just near,
sent n Cliluainan lo pull down a fence
at tho back of the woman's propel ty.
She objected, but there It ended. Thru
the fhlimuinn pulled up Mime plants,
and later Mnhcloim sent 111 in to but mi
n fence at tho Kick of Mrs Ijinuiea's
Swatted the Chinaman.
This was ton inneli fur the lady, bow
ever, nnd when (he Chinaman stnrted
in on bis Job she objeeted strenuous
ly. Filially, llmllng words were of no
iivnll, she tlirni'il iroiind and knocked
the Chlneso down.
Further than "nit, sbe objected to
Mnbelona's Interference, and ennso
quentty the cuso dime up fur trial.
mi briKitf, ml
tlA(fM f l
f H tum
U prnw-rlr ik
Ifil tf Rln llv
ntrnt. Tr, U. A
fUrrt M lo
My tf tho hunt
MA jmt Utti
will ww tlifiti,
llnHt-nnit' rrvnm ft Ifct ItMt htntiful tt kit ll,t
kin prpunMionn.' t fr bjr H dnif iU n1 V anry
Qoud itrftlrri In the Unllfd ftutei, C'fcnuU r.ct Furor,
w3 cm ifa If
'U 3 VvT
KAHN IS AGAINST
Waakl Rallvtln (I nr r
Four-cylinder runabout: good condi
tion. 150. "It. K. O.", this nlllce.
IConllnued from Ham 11
risen to promlie nod and esltepi lu
Anurlea came here as llllkratc Imml-graiits.
"As a matter ot fact, plautallnu la
bor lu Hawaii l( such that an edu
cated man will nut do it, sbutilil unt
do it, nnd the xecond generation of
Europeans will nut do It as will the
irst. You have Imuilgrants i nine here
who eau neither reail nor write, ami
Jet experience has shown that they
make excellel.t plintatlon laborers, and
i.re better off than they were In their
nun country and tit tho same time Inn
lit their new Inline.
"Congress, In my opinion, will nut
enact a bill with lids proposed test It
Is realliied that this would be In shut
out uiuiiy Immigrants of excellent char
"As I bavii in Id in 'ere, IIiiwiiIIh
labor problems will be Inritily solved.
I think, vvlK'ii Mi' l'.itiam.i Canal Is
opened, for this will bring Knrnpi-iius
ben rrmii the streun now ruing to the
mainland, it seems to me from all I
tan understand Hint not mils our bus
iness moil, but everybody, plantalliui
people ns well, aro In earnest lu their
plan to get white settlers and are sin
cerely unxlous to ree the country built
up and developed by white people."
Making Cloie Study.
Congressman Kibn was an Interest
ed observer Ibis morning ut the big gnu
praetlse at Fort Uugcr. As a member
of the committee on, military affairs,
hn has made a keen study of Island
defenses sloee eninlng here, and blsae-
tlvlty mid iinxlely tu know conditions
"fioni the ground up" aro sources of
wonderment lo Hose who huvo been
with him. Ho made a very tlringand
strenuous trip through the Diamond
Head fortification? yesterday, but this
morning, bright -mil early, tin was at
the fort again watching tin- gnu prac
tise, and would nave stuvctl most of
the day had not bis lio.it for Hawaii
bit ut noon
New Fall Goods by
TOMORROW IN S.S. LURLINE
Also, Puritan Creamery Butter
Henry May Co.
PHONE 1 27 1
Filings nf lineaments In tlio Kupiemo
and Circuit courts up to noun tud.iy
oro given hclnw.
Tho letters shimn nftir tho time of
filing are used fur Indexing purposes
unil mean as follows: I), divorce; K,
equity; ! law; and I', probatu. Tlio
llguics ure also for reference.
September 18, 1911
2: IS i. III. I'. ir.::. IXate Joseph
Sclunltl. Order appointing appraiser.
3:(2 p. m. I,, tost, l.'i'iez minors,
Master's report, Ic
HMO p. in D. 43K, Oto vs. Olo
a:.10 p. m F. 4121. IMato F.
Denlz. Order of I'nbilo.
KcptcnihM l!, 1U1I.
1!:.1S u. in. I., 'i t:.l McCulullcss
vs. Hawaii Ltd. Co .Motion to set.
1145 a in D 4291. Yiwlilkiivvu vs.
Hilonlan to Sail Saturday,
Thu Matsou Navigation sleauior 111
Ionian curving general cargo anil
rombiisllhles but no passengers Is ev
pectcd will sail from I'uget Sound
ports mi S.itunl.iy with dcs'liiatlon
as Honolulu and Hawaiian Island
polls-. The vessels Is duo lo arrive
hero on or about October 2nd
NEW - TODAY
In Inn ninny with Article 12(,'J Cusloms
Regulations of I'mi. notlee Is hereby
gkcii that tie lollowlnif iiiiicIi.iuiIIhc
m'UuI for violatliui of th'vj Fnlteil Hbilvs
CukIiiiiik law's, will be Mil at plihllQ
urn tlun at tlin CiKtumhoiiHc, Honolulu,
at ID o'iIoi k a m, (li lulu r 1, lull
l'oit live neldiires tuvdlllK I'l cases
Ki in rul iiiiitluih'lltc. 710 I'lKuts, 22ni)
elmililli'. 9IH2 nipil fain1! Itjbotllii
Chin wIiik. a iiuautlty of "lilt H'i'i'l'
Hint Ja.lr Jiuilr I'liluhMiien u( said
iinr. IiihhIIiiu mu lu cli ul Hie l'u-
lilll use i I HTAI'ltWIIIiR d'llN
le. tin ,PfW
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Not Idle Talk
As the old saying goes: "The
proof of the pudding is in the
eating thereof" and thus we
refer to our showing of
for Fall wear. The assortment
of styles, patterns, and color
ings are large and well select
ed; the fit and workmanship
are up to our usual standard.
We guarantee every suit to
wear and retain its color.
Let us show you what values
we offer in this famous make
MOFNT FORF.ST, Out., Aug. nil
Tlio declaration that IMosldctit Tuft I
nnd his friends have had Iho I'lo.i ot
fultito annexation of Camilla In their
mliiils was in 'ilo tonight lu Iho ad
dles of sir Jiiiiii'h Whitney, premier
Ho asserted that thu tcclpioclly
agreement, as Intended hy Its advo
cates in tho United Slates, to "ham
string and kill anything lu iho nntiiie
of tho foucciitiullnu and cousolld.i
tlnn of the llrlllsh empire."
Kir .luiucs adilcil that hick In tho
minds of I'resident T.ilt ami Ids
flieniW was thu Idea Unit Ciurula
might one dav bum a pail of tlio
Nnr'li Amoilcali icpiiblle.
DRV CI.CANINt! RHQl'IRRS HKII.I. A.N'D IJXI'KltlHNCi:. ROTH POK-
hi:.s.si:i) to thi: hrhirst di:(iri:i: rv
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