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EVENTNG HfULETIV. HONOLULU. T. II . JUTPRnAY. AUO. 17. 1907.
- V v a BACK COMBS Have Arrived at lb Solid Gold Mounting, from $2.00 up Handy Pins, Gold Bead Necklets, French Pearl Bead Necklets, Silver Card Cases, and numerous lines of other goods sold in an up-to-date Jewelry Store M. R. COUNTER, 1142 Fort St. The Leading Watchmaker f How's the Time to have your autoombile, buggy or carriage painted and overhauled. W. W. Wright Co., King St., near South Tel. 252. Cows Por Sale Fine Fresh Family Milch Cows.' Club Stables. Tel Main. 109. , CLUB STABLES. TEL. MAIN 109. I ffp RAPS g PROM TMI3 NEWSMAN'S NOTES It whs probably furtunute for pitcher I Hons, but to all quorloa he wrung IiIh 3111 Hampton of the Pumihoti team ii'.st Sutiinlay thai the only way for the spectator to get liquid refresh ment!! of the mild variety, of course Is for tliei'u to go around to the little counter under the grand utmid If the "UHtom prevailed of peddling pop through (he bleachers, as Is done In many places, the chances are that tho doughty pitcher would have been chased off the Held after his raw exhi bition of temper, as a pitcher on the San Francisco field was not lonu ago. The clrcum9lauce8 there were very similar to those on the Honolulu field last Saturday. In both cases tho .Ditcher lost his temper over the Josh ing of the fans and threw the ball viciously Into the crowd of snectators. Hampton got off easy, much to my snrprlse, and I have a new and re vised opinion of the good nature and long suffering of Honolulu bniebal' crowds. Beyond a few cries of deris ion and a little hissing nothing was done to Hampton. The San Francisco man got his good and plenty. It was a warm day in the Western metropolis, and the thirsty fans had been washing the (Just out of their throatB with frequent bottles ot soda-pop. When the pitcher threw the hall into the bleachers in a sudden spasm of temper there was-a prompt return. The fans, as one man, retali ated by firing at him a shower of pop Lotties. There was a regular hail of flying glass, and the pitcher only es caped serious injury by taking to his legs and fleeing from the field. Which is why 1 say that Hampton was fortunate last Saturday. There was a rush of air as the shade passed the Golden Gate. "Me thinks 'twere timely to again visit those tropic isles where Hveth a people, mixed of many climes. When last upon the shores of those isles I found a sad condition of affairs." Swiftly and noiselessly the shade approached the fourth island in the group. Gather ing close to his side his calking blade, he alighted at the extreme point of the land. " 'TIs best that I approach tho city from afar and mean time can compose my thoughts. What! Ho: 'Tis a human being, and in this deso late spot, so far from the city. 'Twould he meet that I hail him and hold con verse, for me thinks It passing strange to find a man in these parts. Drawing my trusty blade, for I know eth not of tie nature of he that sat upon a rock before me, I approached with caution and as the being did not moan and swing its arms, I got me still closer, till the mumblings of his croaking became distinct. Gatherng to myself boldness I touched him upon the arm. Slowly he raised a face that seemeth to be composed of distorted features. Gad Zooks! but it was the face from which reason had fled. 'Twas a face of sorrow that was. before me and one not to be feared, so I took heart and would further (jtiestlon this strange mortal. I soothed his fevered brow with the cool of my blade and asked many ques- Your Cook Wants flour of both uniform and high grade quality. Because successful baking depends upon his knowing just wha the flour will do. . Bakers who don't buy the highest priced flours secure uniformity by mixing two or three diiferent brands together. That doesn't give them the highest quality. ! But the families that get only one sack at a time must depend on the uniform quality of the brand they buy. Hers where GOLDEN GATE F L O U R cmes Because of the special care used in the selection of the wheat; the highly scientific handling and grinding; and the strict tests to which" it is subjected before marketing, its quality is always uniform and it pro duces uniformly good results. V All this special treatment cost? money; so GOLDENGATE FLOUR sells at a higher price than most flours. Spoil two or three batches of bread with an inferior flour and figure which is cheaper in the end. If quality counts for anything use GOLDEN GATE FLOUR. YOUR GROCER SELLS IT H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Distributors hands and murmured "all full, nil lull." No other atiHwer could I get, rxcept that once this strange being pointed, with a jmlHicd finger to a distant vale. Thinking that some mystery was to he solved, I gathered my accoutrements about me and bI icntly floated In the direction indi cated. There, to my astonishment, 1 flndeth another being of similar dn eased mind, who, to all of my queries replied "All full, all full." And from then on I encountered many Bitch. Some were swinging their arms and muttering curses, others were weep ing and mumbling. To each and all I applied for Information regarding the Btrango malady that effected them, but naught ot Intelligent an swer did I get. Sorry to abandon these demented wretches, I passed swiftly into the city. Many I saw Fimllar to those I had left in the mountains, but in not so advanced a stage of brain ' disease. They were rushing from house to house that had the aspect of places, of business. Hailed I several of them to enquire the nature of this mad rush, but none would answer except by bloodshot eyes and quivering lips that formed words I could not fathom. Silently stood I upon the corner considering if It would not be well to leave this mad city. Never before had I, in all of my flights among Metropolitan cities, seen the like. Meditation lent new courage, and advancing with drawn blade, I en tered one of the houses of business, nnseen, but in company with one of the demented. Keeping clone guard on my clanking blade that it might not disturb, 1 listened. Nothing could I catch but the answer of the mortal who was Inclosed by an iron fencing. 'Twas the same words that had been muttered by those I first encountered in the hills, "All full, fill full." Quickly I got me hence, and meeting with a mortal who appeared not to be of the same stamp as thoie who were rushing by, 1 hailed him. Ho, kind sire, canst tell me the cause of this feverish haste exhibited by many along those .streets and of the nature of their business. "Sure," he replied. "They are tour ists endeavoring to get booked ion some out-going steamer." Happy in the thought that I need ed no steamer, I faded away. When Governor Frear's appointment ;as announced the fellows who are always wondering 'what tho other fel low will think were . asking whai would become of the anti-missionary gang. When Frear got up and deliv ered a speech . in which he accepted popular self government as a good thing the same crowd wondered what had become of the .missionary party. As a matter of fact, the people gen erally didn't stop, ' to consider the change of sentiment in circles that were once bitterly at odds. The old lines of demarkation have become thin because the real leaders of the com munity are men who don't knaw over old bones forever. If the Frear of today were to look upon the Frear of some years ago there are some points of difference that would make him unrecognizable. If the missionary party has gained the offices the anti-missionary party has been victorious in principles and II the taxeaters who tied themselves onto a principle for selfish reasons are un happy no one worries. The fact of the matter is, the senti ment of the people 'is broadening out. If the missionary and anti-missionary parties have disappeared, it means that they have learned to live together in peace rather than that ' one has "done the other up." It is true that some feeling exists, and it Is so much in evidence that a member of the Congressional party asked, before he had been in the Isl ands two days, "Why is it that there is such bitterness between certain white people of the Islands?" ' That's another story and the Bull etin has the evidence, which will on on appropriate occasion be brought to I light and which will prove why there . is good reason for honest men to have 1 no use for certain other men who pose as the real McCoy for goodness. , I Tf you have followed the controversy I resulting from the Rev. Doremus Scud ! der having forced the resignation ot Miss Yarrow from her position in Cen tral Union church you will find in it the secret of why such an increasing number of people are disgusted wftti the "church" and find their religion in an everyday attempt, to follow the I Golden Rule. - v The parsons are always preaching shout bearing one another's burdens, doing as you would be done by, and the usual number of texts that became platitudes when practice proves that 'they are indeed platitudes. The church and especially Us leaders are j "iiplHijcd to In- pxi'iupliity In the Ki'lrll !kiwii toward Hllnw wnrkrt-M In the ; vIiii'.miiiIh, The) are or nilnht to be J free from the e;lrll of strife, perwiii ; nllty, iNtuleiHiue, iuvl Indifference to 1 the feelings of others. Well now, Is that the fart? Ho you find any freedom from un kind aetlou III the dealing with Mb Yarrow? it Is of politics political, and of the earth earthy. A man in the ordinary business house who treat id a faithful employe that way would feel ashamed of himself. Only the hard shelled, heartless individual would do it- Tor mind you this Is not a easu of Miss Yarrow having been a failure. Then preachers stand tin in the pul pit and tell the ordinary mortals, what they should do to secure happiness here and in the hereafter. Then some of those who follow the preacher blindly wonder why it Is that such a large number of people find more real religion in staying at home Sunday, and on a week day showing an appre ciation of the kindly spirit of honest fellow men who don't talk much but are considerate of their associates. The man who is true to nluln Ideals does more good than ten thousand hypocrites under the banner of a "church." I see that the genius who presides over the sporting department in the Star wishes that the next reliability race will be "more exciting" than the one which was held last Sunday. In that race the biggest and most expen sive car of all those which contested tumbled to the bottom of a forty-foot gully, it was smashed almost beyond repair and two of its occupants had to be taken to the hospital. If that is not excitement enough for my friend Brewster for one race I wonder what the deuce he does want. Why did Carter go out of his way in his farewell to say such things of Atkinson? That Is what those who know Carter best are wondering over most. A great story might be un folded of tho loyalty of Atkinson for Carter. Was it that Carter ior rea sons had assisted in dumping Atktn- s in and wanted to square himself? Was it that Carter at the last mo ment decided that he had been de ceived? Cr was it because of a con slltutlonal desire to bldw Binoke? Anyway it was rawther funny. Cream PureRye The San Francisco local unions are preparing for Labor day parade, to be held in Golden Gate park. Treasurer Bantel and Auditor Hor ton nearly came to blows at. meeting of Supervisors recently. BY AUTHORITY Old Sores Cured by "THE HOUSEHOLD SURGEON". Druggists refund money if DR. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEAL ING OIL fails. Made by PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Xouis, U. S. of A, NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL LEASES OF AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL LAND IN KAU, HAWAII. At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Sep tember 9, 1907, at the front entrance of the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, there will be sod at public auction under provisions of Part V. Land Act 1 895, (Section 278-286 inclusive. Re used Laws of Hawaii) General Leases of the fololwlng described Kinds: (1 ) 344.0 acres more or less of Do land of Wallau, Kau, Hawaii, to be used for pastoral purposes. Term tf lease, twenty-one years from Sop umber 9, 1907. Upset rental, $70.00 per annum, payable semi-annually in r.dvance. (2) 72,850.0 acres more or less cf the land of Kapapala, Kau, Ha waii, to be used for pastoral pur poses. Term of ' lease, twenty-one years from July 1st, 1908. Upset rental, $3500.00 per annum, payable semi-annually in advance. ,, All of the above lease will coatalu provisions regarding fencing of l oundarles and protection of abutting forest reserves. The Government reserves the right to resume possession at any time of such portion or portions of the above described lands, asmay be required described lands, as may be required purposes, under Sections 4 and 7, Land Act 1895. (3) . C35.0 cres more or less of rgrlcultural land, together with 108.5 acres more or less of the pastoral land of Kapapala, Kau, Hawaii. Term of lease, live years from September 9, 1907. Upset rental, $1950.00 per i.nnum, payable semi-annually in advance. (4) 675.0 acres more or less agri cultural land, together with 328.0 acres more or less of the pastoral land ot Mohokea, Kau, Hawaii. Term (Sf lease, five years from September 9, 1907. Upset rental, $2050.00 per annum, payable Beml-annually in ad vance. The latter two leases will contain provisions regarding fencing of boundaries and protection of abutting forest reserves, and will also reserve to the Government, the right to re sume possession at any time of such portion or portions as may be re quired for public purposes or for set tlement purposes, under Sections 4 and 7, Land Act 1895. For plans and full particulars re garding reservation, fencing, etc, apply at the office of the undersigned at the Judiciary Building, Honolulu. JAS. W. PRATT, . Commissioner of Public Lands. Honolulu, August 9, 1907. 3766 Aug, 10, 17, 24, 31; Sept. 7. WHISKEY America's Finest Production Rich and Mellow Lovejoy '& Co., Agents, 902-9 J 4 Nuuanu Street. 'Pkone Main 308 Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors. Report of Honolulu Branch of ) The Harrison Mutual Burial Association . ; For Six Months Ending June 30th, 1907. ,j. s RECEIPTS. Cash balance Dec. 31st, 1906 ; $ 673.70 Received on Membership fees & Asst , 4,306.50 , Total. . ..: , r. $4,980.20 EXPENDITURES. Burials in Class A 44! ' ttAKnnn Burials in Class B ,. . li ; $4,0.00 Balance on hand June 30th, 1907. , ? 530.20 I. J. H. Townsend, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ; v (Signed) J. H. TOWNSEND, .Secretary and Treasurer, The Harrison Mutual Burial Association. . Subscribed add sworn to before me this 17th day of Aug. A. D. 1907. " .' , J. D. MARQUES, ; . , Notary Public, , 1st Judicial Circuit. ESTABLISHED (780 Walter Baker & Co.'s CHOCOLATES and COCOAS For eotlng, drinking, and cooking Pure, Delicious, Nutritious aawriaao u. a. mt. orriae Breakfa Cocoa, 1-2 lb. ten Baket'i Chocolate (uniwetteoed), I -2 lb. oka German Sweet Chocolate, 1-4 lb. cakei For Sole bv Loading Grocers In Honoiula WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A. 45 HIGHEST AW ARM IN CUrOPE AND AMERICA Legal Notices. K. FUIITA & CO. CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND CARFENTRY WORK. Bamboo Furniture Mad To Order NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI. ' HHONE WHITE 901. Blank booka of all sorte. ledger, otc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub lishing Company. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB First Circuit, Territory of HawalL At Chambers In Probate. In the ' matter of the Estate of Susan Brash, deceased. Order of Notice of Hear ing Petition for Administration. On leading and filing the Petition ot Wm. Q. Brash of Honolulu, alleging that Susan Brash of said Honolulu died Intestate at said Honolulu on the 13th day of February, A. D. 1907, leaving property In the Territory of Hawaii necessary to be administered upon and praying that Letters of Administration issue .to ' 'Patrick Gleason, It is Ordered, 'that Monday, the 2nd. day of September,. A. D. 1907, at 9 o'clock a. m., be and here- by is appointed for bearing Bald Pe tition in the Court Room of this Court at Honolulu at which time and place all persons -concerned may ap pear and show cause, if any they have, why said Petition should not be granted, and that notice of this order shall be published once a week for three successive weeks In the Evening Bulletin, a newspaper pub lixhed In Honolulu. , Dated July 27th, 1907. (Sgd) W, J. HOBINSON. Third Judge of the Circuit Court ol the First Circuit. t Attest: (Sgd)' L. P. SCOTT. . i . 3764 July 27, Aug. 3, 10. 17. , ZidntY and Bladdir Troublas ranuinr DISCNAIIES BSUXVXDIN 24 Hours! Each Cap- : aula bear UM: tbtMntafV: Bmmn tftmmUrftUt'. ALL DBPSOteTS. ) The Weekly Edition of tho Evening Bulletin gives a complete summery of .-ho news of the day. mr "FOR RENT" card on sal t the Bulletin offi.