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Till WIMKI.Y III 1.0 TKinUNl-, HII.0, HAWAII, I'KIUAY, JUNK 17 i'(J).
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Assets (Home Office) .... ?7,3".3'3o
Assetsin U.S. (for Additional Security of American Policy Holders) 656,6711.43
Pacific Coast Department: KDWARI) I1ROWN & SONS, General Agents
411-413 California St., San I'rnnchco.
H. HACKTELD & CO., Ltd., Hosiaont Agents, HSLO
KS'I'ATK. ' naiiv. It is staled that Carter's re
! fusal to enter into the ileal ns 1
Umii.nl Agree Over .1 llrnuil-ilniiffli- Klu,rlinu of Thelma K. Parker
let-1 interest. 1 has effectually stopped the plans of.
Wnimcn, June 13. The fight the ditch people, in which Parker
over tl:c Parki'i interests here is , and McCrosson are the ' principals,
causing great excitement and j According to their contract, the
nothing -t-lse is hcing (lis-1 Ditch 'Coihpany must be ready to
cussed throughout Kohala at pre-1 deliver water to homesteaders on
sent. Upon the arrival of the I August 3, 1905, otherwise they
Kinatt Inst week Attorney J. Light- lose their franchise and $1,000 de-
TCnfliimr hut thn vnrv hifct
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of wheat is bought by the
millers who put up . . , .
'If oily Flour'
foot of Magoon & Liahtfoot, re
presenting theSam P.ukerinterests,
left the steamer at Kawaihae, with
the avowed purpose of putting
Khen Low in possession
Parker ranch at Waintca.
same steamer came A. V.
accompanied by Attorney
posit with the government. Until
all rights of way arc secured, the
contractors will not begin opera
tions. Alleging this as grounds for re-
On theimoval, John S. Low brings suit in
Carter, j the Circuit Court to have Alfred
Henry I W. Carter removed as guardian oft
Every bushel used must be sweet and sound, and
kept so. Every grain of wheat is nin through
four cleaning and four scouring machines, and is
thoroughly washed before grinding.
It is not cuough that the dust is removed from the
wheat, but each grain must be cleaned, and the
crevices and irregularities of each grain scoured,
thus securing u CLEAN, PURE FLOUR.
You can always depend upon the MOLLY FLOUR
being all right. For sale by
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SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
K. Cooper, who claim to represent 1 Annie Thelma K. Parker, minor.
Annie Thelma K.. Pakcr, for whom 1 He sets up his family and friendly
Carter is guardian and who mam-1 interest in the ward and appears as
tains- his right to retain possession.
ImciI. Carter has been in charge of
the place and anticipating the
arrival of Low and his attorneys,
had a posse of police to guard the
ranch oftice-i. It looked as though
theie might be bloodshed, as Low
was teen to leave steamer with a
shot gun over his shoulder and it
w.is believed he proposed to take
foicible possession. No conflict
occurred, hov ever. There was no
show of force by the Low party
and no attempt at violence on the
part of the Carters. There were
eight or nine police officers -guard
ing the ranch offices, and when
Carter refused to deliver tip pos
session, Low and his attorney with
drew. Low claims to be as much
in possession as the Cuter faction,
and pioposcs to establish new offices
in which the business of the ranch
will hereafter be transacted. Each
of the parlies claims the 'other is a
tresspasser and will be held respon
sible for any damage arising from
his tresspass on the ranch. It does
not seem possible to arrive at an
amicable settlement of conflicting
interests, and Attorney Lightfoot
returned to Honolulu to bring legal
proceedings to gain possession of
the property, on behalf of Colonel
The controversy over the man
agement of the ranch dates back a
number of years, when Col. Samuel
Parker and hisspn, the late John
P. Parker, Jr. were joint owners
and partners in the control of the
property. All the Parker estates
came from the senior John P.
Parker, who bequeathed upon his
death one-half of his property to
'Samuel Parker and one-half to
j Samuel's on, John P. Parker,
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latter was left to the son and his
issue, if he had any. The boy
was married to Miss Elizabeth
Dowsett at a very early age and
died at nineteen, leaving a daugh
ter Thelma K. Parker, who is now
about thirteen years old and in
herits, upon maintaining her ma
jonty, one half of all the Parker
estates. Growing out of the con
trol of .her affairs lies all the
A. V. Carter wKs appointed
guardian of the minor child and
ever; since has had the management
of the ranch, bringing it frow al
most financial bankruptcy to the
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
, SAW FRANCISCO, OAL.
When purchasing be sure, that in addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Worl:s is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
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Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco
prices, plus only freight and actual expenses,
By Our HIlo Agcntc,
IL TURNER CO-
next fiieud of the minor in his poll
tiou, which will be heard June 28th
before Judge Gear. He charges
incompetency on the part of Eted.
Carter who has been managing the
Parker ranch and alleges that A.
V. Carter has been charging the
minor s estate wuii commissions
amounting to 13 per cent," on the
gross receipts, which commissions
in 1903 amounted to $2,091.48,
grt atly in excess of services render
ed. Low recites the icftisal of
Carter to grant a right of' way to
the Hamakua Ditch Co. over a
tract of 1700 acres known as the
laud of Paauhau, at present leased
to the Piauhau Plantation Co.
Carter is said to have made a verbal
offer of his ward's interest for $124,
000. This offer was accepted,
whereupou-Carter interposed an
other objection, namely that he
would sell only on condition he
could purchase Sam Parker's in
terest in the Parker ranch at a
ridi:ulously small figure. All of
this is set up as grounds fur the re
moval of Carter as guardian of the
minor, which the petitioner main
tains is injurious to the estate and
is bad management of the ward's
When approached with an offer
by the Parker interests to dispose
of his ward's holdings for a similar
figure as he had offerred Parker, it
is said A. V. Carter absolutely re
fused to entertain the proposition.
It is probable as the controversy
continues, there may be other com
plications and possibly the will of
the senior Parker brought in con
test, in which event if the will be
broken, it would necessitate a redis
tribution of this valuable estate,
and an endless amount of litigation
among the numerous relatives.
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MANUFACTUUItRS AND DlUMtUS IN
Of Eoery Description.
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Sulphate of Ammonia, Nitrate of Soda,
Alnskn Fish Scrap, 1 Double Superphosphate
High Grade Timkugo.
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Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
ORDERS FIII.EI) AT SHORT N'OTICE
property iu the
Sam Parker has been
splendid condition in which it
is. The ranch comprises, with the
leasehold interests, some 40,000
acres of laud on the northern slopes
of Hawaii. There are 20.000 head
of cattle and over 2,000 head of
horses on its ranges and paddocks.
It is regarded as the finest ranch
for some time to get possession of
the ranch us half owner with his
minor niece. Carter stands in the
way as guardian for the thirteen
year old girl and upon a contract
which he nlleges was entered into
by himself and Parker over two
years ago, wherein Carter is given
absolute control of the property
during his ward's minority. He
refuses to pioduce the document
and Parker never kept a copy, al
though he recalls making an agree
ment ofsome kind about the time
There is another phase to the
situation which, according to the
Parker interest, is that Carter is
preventing a valuable sale of a
right pf wav over the Paauhau
Iaml to the Hamakua Uilch Com-
A llllo Olrl Houorml.
The commencement exercises of
Oahu College will be held at the
college Honolulu Saturday evening,
June 17th. The address will be
made b Walter G. Smith on the
subject: "Getting on in the World."
The valedictorian is Amy Pinkham
Hill of Ililo, Hawaii. Her subject
will be the "Heroines of Scott."
There will be two salutatorys,
Percy Synlais, Hiwa Deverill and
George Clarence Pearson beiug al
most a tie in merit marks.
The graduates this year are:
College Preparatory Course Ben
jamin Hale Austin, George Cla
rence Pearson, Ferdinand John
Sehuack, Krnest Nathaniel Smith,
Kleauor Julia Waterhouse, Percival
Wayland White, Jr.
' Commercial Percy Synlais,
Hiwa Deverill, Katheriu May Han
ucstad. General Tom Ayoy, Julia Mills
Damon , bethel Constance Restarick,
Allen Campbell Robinson, Ksther
Dagmar Sorenson, Phillip Chin
Wong, Joseph Yuke Tong Zaue.
Ciiomcka Infantum. This has
long been regarded as one of the
most dangerous and fatal diseases
to which infants are subject. It
can be cured, however, when pro
perly treated. All that is necessary
is to give Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
castor oil as directed, with each
bottle, and a cure is certain. Since
this remedy has come into such
general use, there are very few
deaths from cholera infantum, and
none whatever when it is given.
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