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ICVRNINn nUt.T.KTIN. HONOLULU, T H.MONDAY APRIL 30. 1906
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In order to gpln room wo begin Monday morning a most Impor.
tant talc of seasonable goods at almost Half tlielr value. The line
Children's and Infants
Muslin Hats and Bonnets
These goods are all washable, nicely trimmed with laco or cm
broidery and Just rluht for warm weather.
Sale Now On
CHILDREN'S MUSLIN AND
$.73 HATS FOR g.'15
i.2o " ' .so
i.oo " .oo
1.70 " i.oo
2.W " i.oo
2.70 " " 1.00
3.76 " " i.50
INFANTS MUSLIN BONNETS.
All washable; cute styles; In
cluding the Dutch and, French
$.25 BONNETS S.10
.00 ' .U5
75 " .10
1.00 " .(JO
1.25 " .80
1-50 " 1.00
1.75 ' 1.15
200 " 1.1:5
225 " 1.10
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
COHNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
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I C. Q. YEE HOP & GO. f
c" We always welcome a comparison of prices and an cxamlna- "
JZ tlon of our fresh meat This applies to our Meat Business, on T
y all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with t3
FT tho standard of quality, and strictly maintained in a most sanl-
Jj tary condition. "J
Telephone Order Department
y Patrons unable to visit our establishment aro assured expe- "-"
dltlous service and the same careful attention as Is given to pur-
chaseo made In person. -
TELEPHONE MAIN 251. N. KINO STREET. Zm
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1024 FORT ST., I. O. 0. F. Bldfl. & 151
The Bulletin. 75cts per month
CHILDREN'S POKE BONNETS
Very stylish and becoming;
washable and nicely trimmed
with laco or embroidery; In all
white, light blue, pink, and car
dinal. $.75 BONNETS FOR g.-H)
1.00 ' ,()5
1.25 " " .00
1.00 " " 1.00
200 " " 1.35
260 " " l.GO
2.70 " " 1.00
Made of good material; trim
med with neat embroidery or
25e SUN DONNET8 15(
50c " ' " 37 '.j d
75c " " .15i
toe " " 05d
POKE OUN BONNETS.
$50 BONNETS 1556
125 " ora
Phone White 1331
HCTEL ST., opposlto YOUNQ Hotel.
No Evidence Of Fraud
And Duress Not
SUPREME COURT REVERSES
SETTINQ ASIDE OF DEED
ANA KINI MAY WELL HAVE WISH
ED A HUSBAND TO PROTECT
HERSELF AND PROP
ERTY. Tho decree npiHMlcil from Is roiersud
nml the bill U dismissed by the Su-
ptcnio Court todny In (ho caso of tlio
nilinliilhtrators of the cstulc of Aim
Klnl Kiihlllim, iliipawd, s Hntnucl
Kniicuiinul, as ndmlnlstrntor of tin'
estate of I. II KaMlln.'i, rl nl.
.fiislleo llnrtncll writes the opinion
Tho plnlntlrti, July IS, 1903, brought
n MM to set nsldo two ('OiiVfaiHcs
mailo April 15, 1830, whereby An.i
Klnl, nho died February, 1831, wife or
I II. Knlilllna, who dlcil November 17
10.02. conveyed to the defendant, II. A.
Mlku, ull her property, beliiR nn nhu
puna of IhikI of socrnl liundred urre
nml certain other parcels upon the
Inland of Kauai, allied nt 27,I9S, ex-
rrjitliiK six ucieg each In her two sin
ters nml Kr.niilKun and Iho acres c.iih
to three moupumiH, bolim two grand-
nephews nml n Kranilnelce; Mlka, by
the other deed, ionrylnR the name In
tnc husband, Kahlllnn, n conslilerntlon
of .'iU beliiR named In eacn of the two
come) a lues.
Tliu bill In siibbtanrc chiirKca that
the husband secure I the execution of
these deeds by fraud, duress nml undue
Influence exercised liy him upon his
wife mid that the defendant Mlka con
pplred ftltli hi in In the fraud. The
summons required the defendants to
appear twenty ilnjs after somtc T"
of the defendants moved to quash this
luminous on the ground that hy(ili-
cini rourt rule .1 "the time for nils-
wcrliiK shall be ten ilna after scrth'u
If tho defendants reside on tho Island
of Oahu nml twenty iIiib nfter service
ii in.icio upon cuiier or tnc oiucr isi
milts," Iho (injection lieliiK that In re
Kurd to these two defendants tho time
for nppcarltit; was lunger than tin
nilc rciiiilred, Another defendant ba-
Iiik olijectcd to Iho summons on (he
ground thai It had not been served up
on her by mi authorized ollUcr, n see
ond stiiniuoim wns Issued to her, service
of the first having been vacated That
defendant then objected to tho second
siimiiioiiM on the Kround that it una un
authorized. Tlio motldlis to quash the
I'litninoiis made by the two defendant
and to iiiash Iho serond BiimmotiB ni.iiln
by the third defendant were denied, as
we think, properly
As tho nusvvcr, hcsldcH denying tho
thnrges In tho bill, sets up tho iletcnsii
of laclicD, says the Court'H opinion, vvc
Khali consider that defense In cornice
tlon with tho evidence on both sides.
The nvcrmeiitK In tho hill, however, do
nnl appear to us to hnvo nulhorlzeil Us
dismissal on demurrer on tho Kround
Hint they do not Hiiflk-lently explain
tho delay in bringing suit.
TI.e Judge, after hearing tho cvl
deuce, found that tho charges in the
hill were sustained mid grunted tho de
cree prnved for
Marriage for Property.
The case presented by the hill Is thai
of a man marrying a woman much
older thmi himself nnd without person
.il attractions with the puipiHo of get
tint; her property, ho being of a shrewd
aggressive tmtiiru nml Hho of a timid,
) lidding disposition, Inexperienced in
business nnd dominated by his strong
will, Hint ho rudely thvvnrted her wish
lo provide for her two mirvlvlng sis
tent by giving them out of tho seven
hundred or morn ncres of her land one
hundred and fifty acres each; that
iihout ten months before her dentil she
conveved to him through tho defend
ant Mlka all her proper!), except six
pieces nggrcgntlug thirty-three, acres
to her sisters, grand nephew h nnd
grnuil-nlcco, when weak In mind nml
body nnd under his compelling Influ
emu and that tho defendant Mlkn
participated In tho transaction, draw
ing tlio deeds, being the Intermediary
grantee, and abetting a schema lo
procure tho prupeity.
The marriage, of which there wan
no labile, wat) lit 1875, when Klnl wns,
ns wo Infer, not fnr from 55 )cnm of
og Kcawo testified that slid "might
havo been over fill", tho sister Knhula
that bIio wag herself over 80 nnd that
REAL ESTATE DAROAINS.
On lasy monthly payments, largo mod
cm Cottage, 1213 Matlock Ave; 4
liedr, 1 block from 2 car lines, uiuall
ciith pa)incnt, Iml. 5.
I'huiiiiI Or. cottage, largo stablcu, etc.
7S15U; $1200, la ensh; bargain.
A few choice Iotn ut I'utinul Ave. liar
naln, l.'asy terms.
3 'JO acres tract off Nuiibiui Ave, Plen
ty water. CIosb to car lino.
Etc., Etc.. Etc.
Furnished mosquito proof, modern
cottage, Or. Ueckwltli St. Car line.
i:o p in
run limed 5 r. Cottngo, Manoa Val
Ioj ideal Hummer homo, good hath-I.U'-
Mountain ulr. Htablo. Near car
lino. Only ?!5 p. in.
House, 2 bedr. Death Road. $10.
Ktc, i:tc, inc.
1'. L'. H. STHAUCH,
Wully Uulldlng. 74 S. King BL
- .WtllA) fcfrAfc ?tWltej.fr. -.iW-jai-a-
MANY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE
Lydia E. PfiMtham's
The wonderful Mwr of I.ydla K.
pydtliiuu's Vtfrtolc Compound over
Uin tlUrns of womankind In not be
cause It Is a stimulant, not Waua It
Ivn palliative, but simply bccnixte It Is
tho most wonderful touts ,nud rewm
stmctor aver discovered to act directly
upen tho generative organs, positively
curing discaso and restoring lniallli and
Mnrvelons ourrfl are reported from
all parts of tho country by women who
liavu been cured, tralneif nurnrs who
liavo witnessed cures and physicians
who have recognized tho virtue of
I,ydln n. lMnkliam'a Vegctnblo Com
pound, nnd nro fair enough to give
credit where It Is (Vie.
If physicians ilarrd to be frank nnd
open, hundreds of them would ncktitm I
edge that they constantly prescribe
Lydia K. 1'lnkliam'ii Vegetable Com
pound In severe cases of female Ills, as
they know by cxperlenco it enn be re
lied upon to effect a cure. The follow
Ing letter proves It.
Dr. N. C. llrighnm, of 4 Ilrlgham
Park, Kltchburg, Mom., writes:
"It gives mxcrfflt pleasure to My thnt I
have found I.rtllA K. Ilnkhnm's tptAlilA
Comxiund vpry efflcnclous, nnd ofl,n pm
crlbnltln my practice forfnunlodininiltlpn.
"My nldni dsiiihtfr found It very t-nc(l.
rlsl fora frnuilot mulil some t lm ngo.nmt my
younpt dsiighter In now inking It for n f
msle vrraknem, and Is surely gaining In health
"I frw-ly ndvoent It n a most reliable epe
rlflc In nil dl-ensen to which women nre lub
ject, and giv It honest endorsement."
Women who nro troubled with pain
fill or Irregular periods, bloating (or
flatulency), wrnkness of organs, ills
placements, Inflammation orulcc ration,
enn be restored to perfect health nnd
strength bytsklng LjdlaK. l'lnkliam's
Vegetable Compound. If ndrlrc Is
needed write to Mrs. I'inkhnm, nt
Lynn, Mass. She Is daughtcr-ln law
of Lydia K. lMnkham and for twenty
flro j-enrs hns leen advising sick
women free of charge. No other living
person hns hnd tho benefit of a
wider cxperlenco In trcntlng female
Ills, dim hns guided thousands to
health. Kvery suffering womnn should
ask for and follow her ndvlce If she
wants to be strong and well.
then wns one child between herself
mid Klnl, nml Mrs, K'nlo, that the li II
dren were "a cir or no licinieii"
This would have mndo Kahuln about
51 J ears old in 1875. Knhtila also tes
titled or Ana Klnl hnthlng'wlth her In
tho i.t renin at her plare, to which lliey
had ildileii horrebnek. shortly before
nlo died. It Is unlikely that Ana Klnl
was then much, If nny, over 70 jcirs
of nge It was customary among lln
vvnllann for women to marry younger
husbands and to prooso innrrlago to
them Aim Klnl was a widow nnd
may well have wished a husband who
would protect her nnd look after her
Tho ilccdM were made April 15, 1890,
tho wife died the following February
and the husband November 17, 1902. A
suit to set aside tho deed was brought
July 18, 1901. M , tho Intermediary
grantee, was tho witness mainly relied
upon by tho plaintiffs. He had refused
to give I hem Information tn support n
bill In set nsldo th" deed prepared by
mi attorney nt tho request of Iho plain
tiff Trnsk in behalf or himself nnd tho
other helm of tho wlfo during tho bus
band'H lifetime. Held: Thnt Ihero
wnH nn evidence of fraud or undiin In
fluence nnd Hint the evidence of dur
ess was not suiriclent to Justify n do
rreo setting aside tho deed, particular
ly In Ucw of tlio delay In bringing tho
J .1 Dunne, .7 W Cntlnnrt (J. I).
Wlllard nn the brief) and (' II Olson
for plnlntlffH. l V. Ashfonl (J. M.
Knueakiin with hlni on the brief) and
W A. Kinney for defendants
UUI.. . -IM-l .-I
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO NUUANU WATER CON-
Water, for piiriw.ses of Irrigation,
may lie used during tho usual four
bourn each day, viz.: from if to 8 In
the morning nml 4 to (i In tho nfter
noon J. 11. IIOWLAND.
Superintendent of Honolulu Water
April 30th, 1900. 3371-L't
that suits everyone' tasta Is the on
terved by the
OPP. POLICE STATION.
"The Old Plantation
1 1lia beautiful new Hawaiian song
now on sale In sheet music form.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
Mike Wright Cigars
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO.,
OF BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA AND EMMA ST8.
lifJIW-aU' lt .i-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE AND OF SALE
I'nder or by virtue of the power of
sale (ontnlncd In Hint certain molt
gage dated the 7th day of April, 1803.
made by S .1. Sailor, late of Honolulu,
Island of O.ilni Terrlloi) of Hawaii
Rlnrc deceased, nn Mortgagor, to 8. M.
Damon .1. II. Klsher nnd II K Wnltv.
the then partners In tho firm of lllshop
At e empany. as .Moitgageei nnd of rec
ord In liber 102, pnges 121 124, Hawaii
an Iteglstry of Conveyances, and un
der or by virtue of the power of snle
contained In that icrtaln mortgage dat
ed lhe I nth ilav of November, 1001,
made by B .1 Halter as Mortgagor lo
H. M. Damon. II I! Walt) mid S T.
Damon, the then p.irt tiers In the firm
of lllshop & Company, ns Mortgagees,
nnd of leiord In liber 230. pages III 61,
In snhl Registry; and pursuant lo Hcc
linn 21fil (Chnplcr 133) of the Revised
l.nwn or Hawaii. Ihp tilwIerHlgned, Wnl
ter M (lllfnrd. assignee of the said
mnrl gages under that certain deed dat
ed March 1. lfinfi, and of record In liber
27i pages 155 450, In said Iteglstry,
liereb) gives notice thnt he Intends to
fin pi lose the said mortgngen for eon
dlllons broken, towlt: the nonpay
ment of the principal mnnejn and In
terest secured by the said mortgages
Not lee Is hereby likewise given thai
the propcrt) eonveed by the said
mortgages will be sold nt public nuc
thin nt the auction rooms of James I'
Morgan, Kaaliiimaiiu Street, Honolulu
aforesaid, Auctioneer, on Monday, the
28th day of Ma), 1900, at twelve
o clock noon.
TIt property convened by the said
mortgages and each of them to be sold
First: All that piece or parcel of
land situate on Kcenumokii Htreet nt
Mnklkl. Honolulu aforesaid, and com
prising Lot "D" of (iovcrnment l.ot
r,70. and thus hounded nnd d08crll"d
Ileglnnlng nt a point on the South
Knit side of Keeaumokii Streot 200
feet mali.il of n lonrrete post nt the
South comer of Kepnuinokii Street
nnd Doinlnis Street mid running.
N. 43 3.V H. true 5o feet nlong
8 40' 25' i:. true 100 feet along
8. 13 35 W true 50 feet nlong
N jr. 25' W true 100 feet nlong
(Internment Lot 677 to initial
point Area 6000 square feet.
Second: All thnt piece or parcel of
Ian I situate nt the South corner of
Domlnls Street and Ke'eniimoku Street,
Mnklkl aforesaid, comprising l-ots
"A", "II" nnd "II" of (overnment Lot
579, mid thus bounded and described
Ileglnnlng nt a corner post at South
corner of Keeaumokii Street nnd Donv
Inln Street, nnd running thenrn
8. 40 25 12. true 150 feel nlong
Domlnls Street; thenco
8. 43' 35' W, true 200 feet nlong
Lot "V; thenco
N. 10 25 W. true 50 feet nlong
(loveinment lot 67 ,; thence
N. 43 35' i:, true 100 feet along
Lots "D" mid "C"; thenco
N. 4fi 2.V W. true IHO feet nlong
Lot "('"; I hem o
N. 43 35' U. true) 1W feel nlong
Kceaumnkti Street to place of
beginning. Area 20,000 siunro
tho said two pieces or parcelH of land
liclr.. a part of tho land conveyed lo
Oswald A. Steven by tho Hawaiian
(loverninent by Itojnl Patent (Irani
Ttrnm: Cnsh. United Slnles Hold
Coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
Tor further particulars, apply to
llolnes & Stanley. Knnhumajiii Strict,
Honolulu, Attirneys for tho under
signed, or James 1'. Morgan, Honolulu,
wAimit m. aiKiwrtD.
Honolulu, April 28. 1000.
LARQE STOCK OF
1120 NUUANU 8T.
TELEPHONE WHITE 718.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
8EED3 FOR SALE.
Mrs.'E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 339.
French and Milk Bread
A SPECIALTY. ALL KINDS OF
OPPOSITE CLUB 8TABLE8.
S. M. VVI3BB
QUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and Sewing Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
AMERICAN MERCANTILE COM
PANY (Inc. 1808)
Importers, Exporters and General
Commlitlon Merchants. Honolulu or
Cable Address "Amcrco." A, B. C.
Sth Edition. Honolulu Reference, H,
To Stenographers and Typewriters:
Wo have Just received a new line of
typewriting paper. It will be greatly
to your Interest to Inspect same. Prices
65c. a box up. Samples cheerfully sub
mitted, Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. Ev
erything for the office.
Evening Bulletin 75J per month.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office, King 8L, near Atakei,
-8 A Digestive Marvel -2&i
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by your druggist, or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
Help Fop ah
Tntt Mirk RrxlimtJ
were undoubtedly "up against It"
hole" office furniture.
goods havo already transformed
Are you so posltlva that yours does not need transforming?
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE.
THE BUTTER MUST
BE THE BEST
otherwise the meal stands a very great chance of being spoiled. In
some articles o diet more or less leeway in the matter of quality may
be allowed without any unpleasant results being experienced. With
butter, however, this if not the case. The best Is none too good for
your family and for your guests.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS BUTTER IS THE BEST.
TWO POUND8 FOR 056
Is In a splendid position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island miat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description. i
Jas. E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 76.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to,
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manager.
You should have a little electric
heater, Jutt turn the switch and the
water or food will be heated In a min
ute. Wonderfully convenient In the tick
room or far the baby.
Inexpensive To Operate.
PUtjne, Main 390.
Wallach's Indian Remedies
THE 20TH CENTURY WONDER.
WILL CURE ANY KIND 'OF
SORES OR SKIN DISEASE OR
J. Lor Wallach, Prop.
Made by Honolulu Remedy Co.
For sale b"y all druggists.
R. O. BOX b77.
with only the old fashioned "pigeon
thousands of offices Into
Meat -Co., Ltd.
FORT 8T. OPP. LOVE BLDO.
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
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