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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, MAY 20. 1012.
LULUE, May 14. In Waloll, tho
beauty spot ot th0 Garden Island, a
few yarda to tho loft of tho old build
lag, Httlo church la receiving Kb
finishing touches. LaBt -wook while
Mr. Haynes was putting lh tho win
dows, ovory pnBSorby was drawn by
an Irresistible Impulse to halt and
linger In admiration, of this cxqulslto
creation of art and skill. (
Tho building is modern and up to
dalo. Tho main front, which, is a
gable. Is" largely flllbl with an Im
mense stained glass window with a
pointed arch. To th0 lght is tho bol-
fry, bolow which are two entrances
ono in front and ono at tho side,
' ahovo each being-a Gothic arch of
stained class. To tho left of tho main
front, and a few foet back, is another
front entrance llko tho ono just men'
tioned, but smaller; and in the rear,
at tho right, is an entrance consist
Ine of a sinelo door. Easy cement
steps, which the most aged can as
cend without fatigue, lead up to each
Mr. Borg, painter, has manifested
unusual skill in his part of the work.
Tho predominating huo in th color
schemo is a rich walnut brown, the
doors, apparently of real walnut, be
ing somewhat darker; while tho same
color several shades lighter servos
for tho trimmings. Tho walls from the
windows 'down, and inclosing fn"o
foundation, are dark-brown', reflecting
a faint suggestion of purplo. Shallow
niches in tho belfry above tho por-
talc are done in a dull cherry, har
monizing nicely with tho surround
ing color; and the neatly shingled
icof is finished In' a dainty slate color.
Tho windows, all of stained glas3.
ith Gothic arches, are works of art
uiKtn which the byes over delight to
This beautiful structure is the gift
of Mr. A. S. Wilcox to the Hawaiian
church of Hanalel. Mr. Wilcox ha3
taken especial interst In tho building
of it, and has given it a good deal
' of personal supervision from first.
Long may ho live to continue to bless
humanity with the wealth of which
God has made him the steward!
Garden Island, May 14: "No water
for drinking purposes, bathing or
fighting ,flre, making pol or for any
other of the, thousand and ono things,
for days at a time, with the super
intendent U) niatika doing oorpontor-1
Inn,' was tho yay ono prominent
I.ubIuohb man dosorlbcd the vntor sit
uation In speaking to n roportor ono
day laBt wcok. "Wo Walmoa people, '
ho continued, "pay our water rates,
but much of tho tlnfe not a drop of
vntcr can Wo-got. It has reached
tho point whoro something must bo
t'ene. Wo got no assistance from Iho
superintendent, who replies to our re
quest for bottor Bervlco by saying
that tho plantations cut-us dir. Tho
plantations when seen Bay that all
Mr. Iono has to do is to notify them
when the water is cut ,oft And they
-will nt onco order t turned on again
ato. IsVbraxe-tiredkihffthomhng and
fon't stand It any longer."
McBRYDE WATER; .
rtnrrtnn Island. Mav 14: A wood
stovo pipe 7 feet In diameter and liJno
feet long 1b bolng constructed in thn
mountain back of McBryde as a lining
for the so-called "Parley" tunnel. Thin
tunnel which leads tho water out of
thf Wahlawa stream to tho reservoir
siEtem, has been caving In and waBn
ing out for years and this plpo is to
remedy this evil. Ono of tho serious
problems Involved has been back fill
ing tho great voids around the plpn
where tho material had been washe 1
ont. Tho work Is In the competent
hands of J. l7 Robertson.
LIHUE CHURCH ORGAN.
n w. rtorcrHtrom and his brother,
Jack, are rebuilding tho ljlg piper or
gan for Rev. Hans Isenberg at tho
German church. Tho organ will have
new pipes and keys,, and a wind Eel
lows driven by an electric motor Is to
bo installed. Prof. Maser Is greatly
pleased with the Improved tone of
the big organ. Garden Island.
WHERE THE WATER
There Is a lot of pleasure going into
the Burf whero one may fall on his
knees and not get cut with coral ac
cording to one or the characters lm
Katherino Yates' story and all tllo
pleasure which bathing In tho briny
affords may bo had at Halelwa whoro
the best beach In the Islands is boost
ed Thero is always something do
ing; you are pretty sure to meet a
friend no matter' w.hen you go there
end you are always sure of getting n
worth-whllo dinner or luncheon.
Trains go to tho door and there is an
auto In the rent service on tho premises.
(Continued rrom rage Ono.)
Btrlkers wont In a body to call on
United States DlBtrict Attorney Broe
kons apd ask him to tako up their
case and forpo tho Inter-Island lo
come to terms. Brockons at that time
was In court In the trial of the Ma
huka Blto cttso, but thostrlkors wait
ed patiently until ho came out of Iho
courtroom, when their spokesman
plnced tho matter before him.
Whether or not there Is anything
Breckons can do in the matter is prob
lematical. It 1b hinted, though, that,
unless the strikers obtain tho redress
to which thoy think themselves enti
tled, an effort may be made to cull
out tho men employed on the other
Inter-Island boats and tie up the ser
When told of the action taken by
tho men President Kennedy ot tbo In-tor-Island
company only laughed.
"Why," he said, "It was the Joko of
the city waterfront when thoy -struck.
The men got paid their ordinary time
and then wanted ten hours' overtime-
lust because they had nothing to do.
but sit about and eat and smoke. Per
fcrmn tho men on tho tug tlfcrcules
that left for San Francisco yf sterday
vrlll claim overtime on arrival be
cause they did not tow the dredge.
"It Is a now one on mo and I do not
know what to make of It or who Is
There Is a rumor round the water
front this morning that tho recently
fnrmnrt loneahoremen's union is be
hind the move and that It 4s determ
ined to make trouble at all cost.
Nothing can be gathered ot a def
inite nature in connection with this,
however, and it is tho mere gossip of
those along tho front.
SHE TRIAL ON
Tho trial of the second of tho Mn
huka slto cases was actively begun
in tho United 8tatcs district court
this morning and will probably go for
ward now to a conclusion.
As in the first case, the burden of
proof rests upon tho respondents, con
sequently they aro putting In their
Attorney Olson operiod, for tho; re
spohdents this, morning. He offered
In evidence and submitted to the jury
-maps showing the boundaries of tho
property and also offered In evidence
tho various leaseB under .which tho
several lessees now hold. All of this
documentary evidence was admitted by
the Government without objection.
Only one witness was called todaj
Surveyor Alexander who made tho
maps offered In evidence. After ho
had beeiu-sworn ho' accompanied tho
court and' th6 jury to view the pre
nilscs which it. is sought to have con
Several of the real estate experts
Who W(lfled in the first Manuka site
caBe wore In the 'courtroom this morn
ing, from which it may be inferred that
expert testimony is to play as im
portant a part in this case as It did
in the first ono.
Window envelopes at Hawaiian Star
office. No addressing- necessary in
sendlng'out bills, etc.
THE INDIAN MEDICINE MAN
was chosen by his tribo In pioneer
days because of his expert knowledge
in combining medicines from roots
and herbs to euro disease. They could
conquer dLiear.es that today baffle the
most skilled physicians who have
spent yean In the study of drugs.
From the roots and herbs of the
field Lydia E. Pinkham nearly forty
years r.go gave to the women of tho
world a remedy for female Ills deem
ed 'more potent and efficacious than
any combination of drugs. Today
Lyda E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
round Is recoenlzed tho world ovr
ai he standard remedy for female
I M. C. A. NOTES
The first educational class In Eng
lish at tho new Jnpaneso Y. M. C. A.
opens tonight in tho roomB on Smith
street across from the Hawnll Shinpo
office. C. W. Cousins, tho instructor,
Is cntfiuslastic over the Peter Rob
erts Bysjem which will be used with
this class. '
C. J. Day had chargo of tho Ep
worth I.eaguo services at the Metho
dist Episcopal church last evening. Ho
snoke on tho subject of "Paying More
Heed to God's Word for Our Instruc
tion fn Everyday Life."
A. F. Cooke had charge of tlio ser
vices at the Oahu penitentiary yeS'
KEEPS UP ILL
Tho stock market continues to show
good fltrcngth. Almost all stocks are
feeling the buoyancy which began on
Saturday upon receipt of tTio confirma
tion of the Scnnto finance commlttco's
decided stand ngalnBt any material
reduction of sugar duties nt all.
Ewa, which for a week gr two h,aB
been stagnant, camo to life thlB morn
ing with saleB at 33 1-4, and later dur
ing the session 140 shares brought
33 1-2. Tho last previous sales were
nt 32 3-4. At close' holders were ask
ing 33 G-8.
Hv 0. & S. sold up quarter of a
pc'nt at 45 1-2, and is strong at tlie
Oahu sugar, In an odd block, sold
at 29 1-8 before the session closcil.
but is being held strong nt 29 1-4.
Monday, May 20. -Ewa
Plan Co 33.50 33.G2&
Hawn Ag Co 375.00
Hnwn C & S Co.
Hawn Sug Co ...
Ho'nomu Sug Co .
Honokna Sug Co. .
Haiku Sug Co 220.00
Iiiixch Sug Plant Co 21.00
Kahuku Plan Co
McBryde Sug Co.-. 9.62
Oahu Sug Co ..... 29
Onomea Sug' Co.... 52.00
Olaa Sue Co Ltd . . 7
Paauhau Sug Co 24.50
Pacific Sug Mill 150.00
Pala Plant Co .... 220.00 250.00 .
Pepeekeo Sug Co. 150.00
Pioneer Mill Co .. 35.55 35.50
Walalua AgrI Co .. 131.00 131.50
Walmanalo 250.00 ......
iValmea Sug, Mill.. 207.50
I. r. S. N. ' C6. . . . 173.00
Haw Elec Co 200.00
H R T & L Co Ptd 130,00
H R T & L Co Com 130.00
Mutual Tel'co....' 20.00 20.12
Oahu R R Co.... 169.00
Hon B & M' Co
B I JO U
Comedy Presented in Tabloid Form by
MAY NANNERY AND COMPANY .
Four Clever People in Breezy Sketches that are
All New. Comedy Pathos and Thrills-
but, of course, Mostly Fun
First Sketch - "WHO'S AFRAID" - Tonight
This company . has "made good"; you'll like its work.
Another new act that arrived on the Sierra is also on: J
Ryan and Bryan
A singing and dancing team introducing new .features. tf
Only a few more times may you see the Five Orientals
The Yokohama Troupe
in their peerless balancing feats. The kids go sdme.
Motion Pictures that' are worth two visits
THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of tho Estate of Joseph
Kahunahanaf of Honolulu, Oahu,
On reading and filing tho petition
and accounts of Kaapunl Kahunaha
na, executrix of the will of said
Joseph Kahunahana, wherein peti
tioner asks to be allowed $33.50 and
charged with 1967.90, and asks that
the same bo examined and approved,
and that a final order be made of dis
tribution of tho remaining property
to tho persons thereto entitled and
discharging petitioner and sureties
from all further responsibility herein: J
It Is ordered, that Monday, tho 17th
day of June, A. D. 1912, at 9 o'clock
a m. beforo tho Judgo presiding at
Chambers of said Court at his court
room in tho old Y. M. C. A. building,
in Honolulu, County of Honolulu, be
and tho samo hereby is appointed tho
time and place for hearing said Peti
tion ana Accounts, ana inat all per
sons Interested may then and there
appear and show cause, if any thoy
have, why the same should not be
granted, and may present evidence as
to who are eneitled to tho said prop
By tho Court:
Datea tho 9th day of May, 1912.
Hawn Pine Co....
Pahang Rub Co . .
Cal Beet Sug 6s...
Hon Gas Po 6a ...
Hawn C & S 6s..w
Tlilc R R Co 6s .i
HIlo R. R Co 08....
Honokaa Sug Gs ..
H R T & L Co 6s..
Kauai Ry Co 6s ..
Kohala Ditch 6s' ..
McBryde, Sug Co 6s
Mutual Tel 6s....
O R & L Co 5s...
Oahu Sug Co 58
Olaa Sug Co 5s
Pacific Sugar 6s..
Pioneer Mill Co 0s. .
Walalua Agri 5s ..
Natomos Con. 6s .
Honolulu Stock Hxchango: Hstwoon'
noards: B0 Hllo Co., J8.76; 70 Onhu.i
$20.25; 26 do., $29.25; 90 Oahu, $20.2.'.;
C00 Pioneer, $35.50; 50 Olnn, $7.87.
Session Sales: fl Ewa, $33.25; 15
do., $33.25; .25 McHrydo, $9.75; 500
Hllo 1901 6s, $100.25; 50 H. C. & 8
Co., $45.50; 100 Ewa, $33.50; 45 do.,
$33.50; 45 Olaa, $7.87; 5 01in.
$7.87; 20 Oahu, $29.25; 80 Haw.
Pino. Co., $42.60; 10 Oahu, $29.25; 1"1
do., 29.12; 10 Ewa. $33.50.
Notice: May 20, 1912: Mutual Tele
phone stock now on new basis of
$4000,000 capita) stock.
Dividends: Mny 20, 1912: Haw. A.
Sugar Quotations: 96 dog. Centrifu
gals, 3.92. 88 dcg. Analysis Beets,
12s Od. Parity, 4.54.
A three-line "want at!.' In the
"Classified" page of The Star will
cost only 90 cents a week. Can you
Ewa Plantation Company.
The stock books of Ewa Plantation
Company will bo closed to transfers,
Tuesday May 21st, 1912, at 12 o'clock
noon, to Friday May 31st. 1912, in
clusive. T. H. PET RIB,
Treasurer Ewa Plantation Company.
Honolulu, May 20, 19l2.
MOUNTAIN KING GOOD NEWS.
Copies of a report on tho progress
of tho development Work on the prop
erty ot the Mountain King Milling
& Mining Company wero received
hero last week. Tbo report is believed
to be exceedingly encouraging, in light
of the pessimistic outlook 'of a few
months ago. Tho consulting engineer,
who signs the report, states that tho
tunnel drift on May 7 opened up a
solid faco of ore six and a half feet
wide and from roof to floor, which,
without an assay, ho bollovos Is of
milling grade. The whole tone of tho
report is encquraglng, and tho stock
holders who havo recently assessed
themselves two per cent on their
stock aro generally" much pleased
with tho outlook.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE. We have a few each
of a lot of different styles and sizes of the well known brands
of high grade pocket knives such as Worstenholm, Keen Kut
ter, etc., and you can get them for the next few days for much
less than the regular .prices. '
There will be a reduction of.20per .cent on some, and
25 per cent on others, and it is a chance to get a guaranteed
first-class knife for a low price.
This is to make room for a big shipment of pocket cutlery
that will soon tome in. The sooner you, come the more you
will have to pick from.
The best makes known, in perfect condition something
to cut with at a cut price.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII COURT
OF LAND REGISTRATION.
Territory of Hawaii to Estate of
GEORGE C. BECKLEY; DR. R. W.
ANDERSON; Trustees under tho will
of Alexander Youpg, deceased; F. W.
MACFARLANE; Royal Hawaiian Gar
age, Limited; Territory of Hawaii, by
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney Gen
eral, and Marston Campbell, Superin
tendent of Public Works; C. P. COL
BURN; Trustees under the will of B.
P. Bishop, deceased; MARY I.
BROWN; Hawaiian .Trust Company,
Limited, agent, and to all whom It
Whereas, a petition has been pre-'
presented to said court by A. A.
YOUNG, C. C. yON HAMM, W. O.
SMITH, W. H. BAIRD and R. A.
YOUNG, trustees under tho will ot
Alexander Young, deceased, to regis
ter and confirm tneir title as sucu
trustees in tho rollowlng-descrlbed
Lot on Hotel street, Honolulu, bo-
lnc a portion of L. C. A. 561 to Kalel
bounded and described ns follows:
Bednnlnr: at a small cross on tho
cement sidewalk on tho southwest
side of Hotel street by true azimuth
306 25' 91.7 feet, from tho south cor
ner of Hotel and Alakea streets,
which Is In turn 299 24', 45.2 feet,
from a government street monument
set on an offset of 10 feet soutneast
crly from tho northwest side ot Ala
kea street below Hotel street and an
offset of 5.53 feet southwesterly from
the southwest sldo of Hotel street
southeast ot Alakea street, and run
nlng by true azimuths;
1. 306 25' 72.85 feet, along Hotel
street to a small cross on tho ce
2. 45 20' 33.7 feet, along building,
along L. O. A. 570 to Amow;
3. 49 53' 31.1 feet, along building,
along L. C. A. 570 to Amow;
4. 320 56' 19.1 feet, along building,
along L. C. A. 570 to Amow to iron
5 53 28' 55.0 feet, along fence,
along Grant 2336 to Kehela to an
6. 142 55' 30", 83.8 feet, along fence,
along L. X3. A. 820 to O. Bcckley
and Land Reg. Court Petition 214
to an Iron pin at tho north corner
of said petition;
7. 230 22' 47.4 foot, along fence,
along Estato of G. C. Bcckley;
8. 226 00' 15.4 feet, along fence,
along Estato of G. C. Bcckley;
9. 222 13' 36.1 foet, along fenco,
along Estato of Q. C. Beckley, to
tho initial point, and containing
. an area bf 8481 squaro feet.
. You aro hereby cited to appear at
tho Court of Land Registration, to bo
of excellent de
sign and quality.
Here you get
the Best at
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& Co., Ltd.
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Real Estato, Insurance, Loans Nro
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Beets, 12, Id
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Losses Paid, $222,951,358.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
General Agents, Territory ot Hawaii.
Harry Armltage. H, Cushmam Carter,
Samuel A. Walker.
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Stoclc and Bonds
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Cablo and Wireless Address:
Cable Address "uuisenberg," Honolulu
, E. G. Duisenberg
Stook and Bond Broker.
MEMBER HONOLULU 8T0CK AND
76 Merchant SL, opposlto Bishop
Co.'s BanK, Honolulu.
Telophone 3013. P. O. Box 322.
. ... .. .
held -at. tho. City and County of Hono
lulu on tiie. 17th day of Juno, A. D.
1912, at 2 o'clock In tho afternoon, to
show cause, It any you havo, why tho
prayer ot said petition should not bo
granted. And unless you appear at
said Court at tho timo and placo
aforesaid your default will bo record
ed, and tho said petition will bo taken
as confessed, nnd you will bo forover
barred from contesting said petition
or any docreo entered thereon.
Witness tho Honorablo W. L. Whit
ney, Judgo of said (Jpurt, this 20th
day of May In tho year nlnoteon hun
dred and twelve.
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal) - JOHN MARCALLINO,
4ts-T-May 20, 27. June 3, 10.
Jas. F. Morgan Co. Ltd.
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prompt attention, . K,, .. ,0 ..
Information furnished relative to all
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