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BVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLOLU. T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 190C.
CAN YOUR HOnSK PASS THU JUDOK OR VUTKRINARIAN?
Remember tlicro nre no bliio ribbons and few bidders for cripples.
Put your horto In, condition at once, It you want htm ready for tho bUow
ring or sales ttablc.
No blemished or unsound but otherwise valuable horso need bo sacri
ficed. No matter It all other treatments hao failed, the marvelous power
and properties of "Save-thc-ltorso" nro so effective It Is perfectly safo for us
to give a guarantee which Is a contract absolutely binding to protect you.
WERE TlIESt: TWO CASES WORTH THE COST OF TREATMENT?
Brooklyn. N. Y. Nyaclc, N. Y.
One of my horses went lamo from
side or shell bones on both feet, which In August I had n mare with an
extended entirely around the quarter, 'anklo cocked from a bad wrench In a
and was laid up for nbout thrto race. It was to bad I had concluded
months. I used two bottles of "Save-, to shoot her, but was persuaded to
thc-IIorsc," and tho horso Is perfectly breed her and turn her out. I bred her,
sound. I hate driven her over paved, but tnstend of turning her out used
roads, and one day nave her n sixty-1 "Savc-thc Horse." In three weeks I
mile drive nnd she never showed tho
least particle of lameness. The growths
havo nearly nil dhaonenrod. I have1
owned horses for yeirs. used them to
build railroads and In all kinds of con-
tract work, nnd have used remedies,
blisters, firing and electricity, but nev -
er saw anything take hold nnd produce
such results as ''Savo-tho-Horso" In this
D. C. DENNETT, Rulldcr,
410 70th St.
oc nn pr
bottle. Written guaran-
OdiUU tee as binding to protect you
as the best legal talent could 8prnncd Tendons and all Lameness
make It. Send for a copy and booklet. I wUnout gCar blemish, loss of hair.
ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS mny b'c workcd M usual.
OR EXPRESS PAID.
Tude supplied by Holllstcr Drug Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, nnd
TROY CHEMICAL CO., BINGHAMTON, N. Y., formerly Troy, N. Y.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Statement of Condition,
December 30, 1905.
Cash on hnnd and In banks ' $ 43,215.48
Stocks nnd other Investments S'?!in'nft
Mortgages, secured by real estate mlirn'S?
Loans, demand and time 180,109.3.
Furniture nnd fixtures i'nlrln
Accrued Interest receivable J-J;'
Assets other than thoso specified above 7,507.48
Capital I l
40 per cent, paid In 80,000.00
Shareholders' liability 120,000.00
Undivided profits J?'i;-,;
Trust and agency accounts i 173,675.41
Accrued Interest payablo 1?2,5S
Liabilities other than thoso specified above 707.47
Total '. $207,991.50
Territory of Hawaii,
Islands of Oaliti.
I, A. N. Campbell, Treasurer of tho Henry Wnterhouso Trust Company,
Ltd., do solemnly swear that tho above statement Is truo to tho boat of my
I:nowledgo and belief.
' A. N. CAMPBELL, Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 2d day of January, 190C.
Notary Public. 1st Judicial Circuit.
The Relief and Burial Association,
We now make our first assessment of one dollar to replenish our reserve
fund; this fund Is Independent of our relief fund; from this fund the Funeral
and Burial expenses of deceased members are drawn.
Remember, we will refund your heirs or whoever else Is entitled to It,
every dollar that you may have deposited with us during life; If during life
a member has paid In assessments, say, $20.00 or $30 00, this amount with as
much more, will bo refunded, and the Funeral and Burial expenses are all
saved to the family of the deceased member.
For the sum of $5.50 your family Is protected In the hour of Md distress.
RELIEF AND BURIAL ASS'N.
JJ20 Fort Street.
was more than surprised to seo the
swelling disappear, and tho remedy
produced a lomplcto cure. Sho is as
' good as ever. I have raced her since
nnd drlvo her any distance without
any sign of lameness, I cannot say
.too much for our remedy,
GEO. F. I1EHRINOER, JR.
POSITIVELY AND PERMANENT
LY CURES Uono nnd Bog Spavin,
Ringbone (except Low Ringbone),
Curb, Thoroughpln, 8pllnt, -Capped
,Ti. ehn. tinit win.inuff. Wrnl: nnd
We havo so much faith In tho merit ot 4if
Otnorno' Clnntrin m.
Rat and Roach Paste
that wo have offered tlOO reward to
anyone who uses It and does not find It
successful in killing off rats, mice, cock
roaches, water bugs, etc Stearns'
Electric Rat and Roach Paste Is sure
death and gives universal satisfaction. The
peculiar chemical In this article Is ot such
a nature that It drives rats and mice out ot
the bouse gasping for air and water, when
they die outside and are Immediately con
sumed. It Is an absolute exterminator of
these dangerous pests.
Small Size, 25 Cents
Hotel Ills (eight times the quantity), $1.00.
All dealers sell It or sent espress
prepaid on receipt of price.
ELEGTRIO PASTE CO.,
IIqUOIdj, CII1CAUO, ILU II
A)-iijt'AikWJyAj6t."kl..i'v-,l sVt'A,...- Ji. W..k'i!ri-
Nn. .173. Ailtllllnnn.
Add n syllabic nnd chnngo n dronjng
found into mock; to strike quickly Into
tplaidi In wntcr; a boy's nickname luto
fale show; n point Into to take small
bites; quiet luto to mutter; n lump
Into n bird's rail; n girl's nickname luto
Idle talk; surly luto to mutter dlcou
tentodly; to mnko friction Into small
rough stone; part of a grate Into to
walk lamely: Idle talk luto nolso of
gei'xc; n pony luto to mend clumsily;
n boy's nickname Into n mob,
Xn. 37.1. AnnKrntn.
St Has cheer Tim. A impular tree.
An. ST I. Clinrmlc.
Soma peculiar fashion of dress
la often culled my nnT.
Or innyhnp of conveyance or craft
In matters of which no aro erscd.
Or It mlKlit nt ono for my third
If ho lunV mastered his part
And nit htii Intricate measures
learned faithfully by heart.
My second oh, oh, ny second!
Who can doitrlbo Its chut ins
Or tho metnmorphorlji It brines
To woods nnd hills and farms?
My wiiolb li nonrwiKlrnl nontense.
Do not bother jour tuny brain
To try to unravrl Its meaning
Or UlJcovir of fcno a ttraln.
. 373. Wnr.l Sqnnrc.
1. To slope.
2. Further down.
C. Largo vegelnblo growths.
Nn, 370. lllnKiinnl.
O O O
O O O
Diagonals from 1 to 2 will spell a
2. A collection of shrubs.
3. To write or preach n sermon.
4. Steady npplicntton to business.
5. Act of milking l.nvs.
0. Act of balancing.
8. Of tho same nature or disposition,
Xn. 377. A Ilimk TMr.
The tltto of a well known book Is
represented, by tho picture.
Xn. UTH. Itlildlriiiercr.
l'Irst Is In some, but not In all;
Second's In slight, but not In tall;
Third Is In rus. but not In flower;
Tourtli Is In minute, but not In hour;
Fifth Is In holly, but not In bay;
tllsth In December, but, not In May;
Beventh Is In little, but not In big;
KUlilh Is In oranKC, but not In as;
Ninth I" In merry, but not In sad;
My wholo you will sco at tho Christ
mas time Kind.
.Vo. .171). A rnmllr of Dolls.
1. A doll that Is a cetaceous llsli.
2. A doll that Is sorrowful.
3. A doll that Is a coin.
4. A doll Unit Is a long cassock.
5. A doll that Is a stirrer.
0. A doll that Is u cromlech.
7. A doll that Is white marble.
A Handkerchief TrleU.
Tho task Is to fold a handkerchief
lengthwise; to take hold of both ends
with two hands nnd to mnko a knot
In the handkerchief without letting go
tho ends. This Is dono with the knowl
edge of a trick.
Plaeo tho handkerchief before you,
fold your arms a la Napoleon and take
ono end of tho handkerchief with tho
left hand, which Is now to the right,
and tho other cud with tho right hand,
now to tho left. Ily unfolding tho onus
make n knot In tho handkerchief, nnd
tho trick is dono.
Kr tn the luailer.
No. Sdl.-Dlamoud: 1. H. 2. Sky.
Bkntfr. I. Ate. 0. H.
No. 3U5. Kind tho Colonel: Turn tho
picture upside down and look nt thu
lower right hnnd side.
No. Sfifl. Double Acrostic! Prlmals
Shukespeare. 1'lflh row "As You
LIko It." 1. Syrian. 2. Ilnrnss. 3.
Alleys, 4. Kowtow. D. Klllux. 0.
BpolU. 7. Picnic. 8. Kurckn. U. An
swer. 10. Itcbnlt. 11. Elects.
No. 3(17. Defective Proverb; Keep
things for seien yenrs and yon will
Ind uses for them.
No. uas.-lllddle: Hand.
No. SOU. Anagrams; Mantel, let,
man, tun, elm, nn, melt.
No. 870. Trlnnglo; 1. Money. X
Owed. 3. Ned. 4. Ed. 0. Y.
No. 371. Ileheadlng and Curtailing!
L Co-uipa-ny, map. 2. Iu-dlu-ns, aid.
8. Ilu-nte-rs. tea. 4. Bw-ath-es, bat
6. Co-llego, ell. 0. Bh-arp-er, rap.
10 Ml! WAS
SKETCH OF 1 HE LIFE
OF LYDIA P1NKUAM
And a True Story of How the Vege
table Compound Had Its Birth and
How the "Panic of 73" Caused It
To Be Offered for Public Sale in
This romarknblo woman, whoso
maiden nnmo was Estc, wns born in
Lynn, Mass., February 9lh, 1819, com
ing from a good old Quaker family.
For some years sho taught sihool, and
because known as a woman of an alert
nnd Investigating mind, nn earnest
seeker after knowledge, and ubovo nil,
possessed of a wonderfully sympathetic
In 1813 sho married Itaac Plnkham,
a builder nnd real cstato operator, and
their early marrlod life was marked by
prosperity and happiness. They Iia1
four children, three sons and a
In Ui use good old fashioned days It
was common for mothers to tnako
their own home nicdiilnes from roots
and herbs, nature's own remedies
calling In a physician only In specially
urgent enccs. Uy tradition und exper
ience ;nany ot them gained a wonderful
knowlcdgo of tho curative properties
of the various roots and herbs
.Mrs. Plnkham took n great Interest
111 the study ot roots and herbs, their
characteristics and power oer direase.
Sho maintained that Just as nature so
bountifully provides in tho harvest
Holds and orchards vegitnblc foods of
nil kinds; so, If we but take tho pains
to find them, In the roots nnd herbs ot
the field there are remedies expressly
designed to cure tho various Ills nnd
weaknest.es of the body, nnd U was her
pleasure to search tliete out, nnd pre
pare slmplo and effective medicines tor
her own family and friends.
Chief ot theso was a raro combina
tion of tho cholcc.it medicinal roots
nml herbs found best adapted for tho
cure of tho Ills and weaknesses peculiar
to tho fcnialo sex, and Lydla K. l'luk
ham's friends and neighbors learned
that her compound relieved and cured
nnd it became quite popular anions
All this so far was dono freely, with
out money nnd without price, as a
labor of love.
Dut in 1S73 tho financial crluls struck
Lynn. Its length and boverlty were too
much tor the large real cttato lntcretts
of tho Plnkham family, as this class ot
business buffered most frum fearful ib
jircsslon, bo when tho Centennial yeai
dawned It found their property swept
nway. Some other source of Income
had. to be found.
At this point I.ydla i:. Plnkhnm'j
Vegetable Compouiiu wus made known
to thu world.
Tho three sons und tho daughter,
with their mother, combined furccs to
restore tho family fortune They
argued that the medicine which was
so good for their woman friends nnd
neighbors was equally good for thu
women ot tho whole world.
The Plnkhams had no inonoy, and
lime creun. imsr urn lauoratory
was the kitchen, where roots and
herbs were steeped on tho stove, grad
ually filling a gross of bottles. Then
camo the question of selling It, for al
ways before they had given It away
freely. They hired a Job printer to
run off some pamphlets setting forth
the merits of the medicine, now called
Lydla G. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and thcro were distributed by
tho Plnkham sons In lloston, New
York, and Urooklyn,
Tho wonderful curative, properties
of the medicine were, to a great ox
tent, self-advertising, for whoovcr un-d
it recommended it to others, and the
demand gradually Increased.
In 1877, by combined efforts tho fam
ily had Kaved enough money to com
mence newspaper advertising nnd from
that time tho growth aud success of tho
enterprise wcr assured, until today
Lydla K. Plnkham and her Vegetable
Compound have become hotibehold.
words everywhere, nnd many tons of
roots and herbs are used uunuully In
Lydin K, Plnkham herself did not
live to seo thu gre.it success of this
work. 8he passed to her reward years
ago, but not till sho had provided
means for continuing her work as ef
fectively as she could have dono It her
Belt. During her long and eventful expe
rience bhe was ever methodical In her
work and she was always careful to
preserve. . a record of ovory caso that
came to her attention. The case ot ev
ery sick woman who applied to her for
Ism St. j
MrA'. A'-J. ' WstW J ."'' w'a'tM
Thcro Is plenty tif work Tor encamp
ments if the memlers wlil seek It
There arc sulmrillnntc members In ev
ery lodge that would take the encamp
ment degree nnd become excellent
members. If the encampment brothers
would speak to them nlmut It. They
nwnlt Ihu opportunity, the nsklng,
nothing more. There nro to many en
campments without n sign out. I.et
tho brothers know Hint you nre ready
to receive them nnd you will be sur
prised nt the embryo boom you will In
nugunite. New Age.
llcccnt reports show large gains In
membership In IVninylvniun. In the
Keystone Jurisdiction List ycitr tho In
crease In incmhcpdilp was 4.111.
Tho grand lodge of Albcrin, Cnnndn,
was Instituted recently. The Jurisdic
tion started with llfiecn bulges.
Odd reltowshlp, when practiced In
the true fraternal spirit, means good
iltt7cnhlp, pure mid upright manhood,
doing nil the good for others that we
would like to have done for ourselves.
Two thousand dollars a year nnd ex
penses Is the salary which Is allowed
(he grand master of Ohio.
Mt. Tabor lodge of Jamestown, N. Y.,
claims to bu'tho largest lodge In the
Hmplrc State, with n membership of
Virginia will present the name of Hill
Montague for the position of deputy
grand slro at the next session of tho
sovereign grand lodge.
Grand Master Lucas of Illinois says
very pertinently that much trouble
arlscsj on account of the expenditure of !
the regular funds of the lodge for ban- l
queis, icsiivnis, etc. loo law provides
for u contingent fund. If the lodges
would create such u fund It would savo
much controversy nnd hard feelings.
Tluty in n trlbo of the Improved Or
der of lied Men does not end with tho
payment of dues, says the Ituckoya
find, rrnteniilj lone. lies us tlmt each
or illier tins mote to do. What that Is'
ch brother can discover by attending
the council fires of his trlbfc regularly, I
re-tdy nnd willing tn perform his shnro
of the labor nnd responsibility.
Itcd Cloud tribe of Indianapolis Is
the largest one west of Pennsylvania.
The reservation of Indiana Increased
.1,017 in membership during tho past
Tho Itcd Men of New York havo n
membership of over 31,000. Tho De
gree ot Pocahontas of New York has
Ito progressive. Mnko your tribe
show soiiio Increase In Its membership
when tho next six moons' reiiort Is sent
in to the great chief of records.
Osceola trlbo of Virginia has existed j
over sixty great suns, nnd tho trlbo has '
the written records of Its proceedings
from tho date of its Institution to the '
present time. I
A Geuernt Disturber,
V ii M vJ i
She Mrs. Nevcrest Just told mu she
had been nway for completo rest.
He Well, I holio no ono elso hns been
to tho samo placo on that errand.
ndvlec and thoro were thousands re
ceived careful study, and the details.
Including symptoms, treatment and
results were recorded for futuro refer
ence, and today those records, together
with hundreds of thousands mads
klnce, aro available to sick women tho
world over, and represent a vast col
laboration of Information regarding
tho treatment of woman's ills, which
tor authenticity and accuracy can
hardly bo equaled in any library In tho
With Lydla E. Plnkham worked her
daughter-in-law, tho present Mrs. Pink-
bam. Sho was carefully Instructed In
all her hard-won knowledge, and for
enrs sho assisted tn her vast corro
6pondcnco. To her hnndr naturally fell tho di
rection ot the work when Its originator
rassed away. Tor nearly twenty-five
years sho has continued It, and nothing
In the work shows when L)dla V.. Plnk
ham dropped her pen. and tho present
Mrs. Plnkham, now the mother of a
largo family, took It up. With woman
assistants, borne as capable, as herself
the present Mrs. Plnkham continues
this great work, nnd probably from
tho office of no other person have so
many women been advised how to re
gain health. Sick women, this advice
Is "Yours for Health" freely given If
you only write to ask for it,
Such Is tho history ot Lydla i:. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, mado
from Blmple roots and herbs; the one
great medicine for women's aliments.
and the fitting monument to the noble
woman whose name It bears.
U ,uu''t .jy.oVsrt Jfhfti iMHi(iua. ,st t.
PREMIUM Hams are fmKJ ,
selected from the finest$ilaw""Ty
CORN-FED young pork-SSgf f X f
ers. This makes them SgsSfijiL
If your gpocei' cannot supply
you, enquire of
Theo. K. Davies & Co.,
HERE 20 PER CENT. LES8 THAN YOU CAN FROM OTHER
HERE ARE PRICES ON SHINGLES THAT
Talk For Themselves
NO. 1. 52 CLEAR SHINGLES S3.50 PER M.
No. 2. 62 STARR SHINGLES SU.'M PER M.
OTHER MATERIAL JUST AS CHEAP. DIQ STOCK OF
DOORS (Northwest and Cedar), 8CREEN DOORS, SASH AND
BUILDERS HARDWARE. .
C. B. REYNOLDS.
ALAKEA STREET, MAUKA OAILORS' HOME.
" It means all-year-round relief
'from unpleasant kitchen duties
, building fires, carrying woodA
kor coal, unnecessary cleaning, a
j etc. A Gas Water Heater wlllQ
) supply water In any quantity.
I Doth for sale by dealers and 9
Honolulu gas go,
Headquarters for automobiles with
a splendidly equipped fireproof garage,
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, Ltd.
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WMSSSx IXffgrTfr, m
PUBLIC LAND8 NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that at 11
o'clock noon, Saturday, February 3rd.
lltOC, thcro will bo sold at Public Auc
tion under tho provisions of Part 4.
Section 17, Land Act 1899, at tho front
mtranco to the Judiciary Building, Ho
nolulu, that certain portion ot Publlo
Land situated In Hamakuapoko, Is
and ot Maul and known as,
These promises contain about 70.5
seres of land, mostly pastoral, togeth
er with certain restdonco and out
buildings, adjoining road to summit ot
Hnlcakala, and at an elevation ot aboutt
4000 feet above sea.
Upset prlco J2S00.00. Terms Cashv
U 8. Gold Coin.
Tor plan and further, particulars, ap
ply nt Department of Public Lands, Ju
diciary Ilulldlng, Honolulu.
JAS. W. PUATT.
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Honolulu, January 3rd, 190C.
3271 Jan. 3, C, 13, 20, 27; Fob. 2.
I'm 111 (1 for anniUarftl
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siNG:NHn1g.BHvai or (h-uudou.
,u.s.A.Ba Mnlil lr llrucclacs.
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C. FAR I A
IS MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE.
HOTEL opp. BISHOP 8TREET.