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rCVENlNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1906
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Petitions for Administration.
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tew of administration Issue to him oil
eniuitjui riuiii-tja Ld, iuuiuiii uiivbiuiu.
Hearing April za, a a. m. Jiuigo una.
If. H. Williams petitions that letters
ui auiuuiisiruiiun issue iu mm un ua
late or Dale McAipin. inteitate. Hear-
...'.,'. """"""' . win nnnexou or estate or Kekcaiant
Bode Hongo petitions that letters of rjhule, advertises for claims to be filed
administration Issue to Yoshtzo Hon wth hlra before July 12
go on estato of Umiyo Hongo, Intes- Thos. C. Magulrc, administrator es
tate. Hearing .April 10, 10 a. m. Judge late of Deo. F. Carsloy,' advertise for
Parsons. claims to be filed with him before
Opupelo Levi (w.) petitions that let July It.
ters of administration Issue to Helen willam J. Forbes, administrator ea
Kcokl (w.) on estato of Hulnkaalanl tate of Annie Isabella PdVbes. advor.
(w.), Intestate. Hearing April 23, tlecs for claims to be filed with him be
a. m. Judge Lindsay. (ore jujy t,
Levi Naal Nakea petitions that lot. John P. Dlas, administrator, estate of
ters of administration Issue to Wll- Francisco Alves Rlblero, advertises for
lam Ahla on estate of Levi Kcelllkoa, claims to be Hied with him before
Intestate. Hearing April 9, 9 a. m. June 28.
Judga Lindsay. I Edmund Hart, administrator estate
Petitions for Probate of Will. of Esther Hale, adertltes for claims
'John Pala petitions for probata of to be filed with him before June 11.
will of Lepeka Panlanl and that letters1 Frank Scott, administrator estato of
testamentary Issue to him and Albcr-'Katherine K. Scott, advertises for
tlna K. Panlnnl. Hearing April 23,' claims to be filed with him before
9 a. m. Judge Lindsay, ' i June 1,
Rcso Unoa petitions for probato of j L. A. Thurston, administrator with
will of Augustine Hnos and that letters tlio will annexed of Julia A. Paty, ad
testamentary Issue to Roso Bnos, Au-'vertlscs for claims to be filed with hlra
gustlne Enos, and Jose Vlelra Marclcl. beforo June 7.
Hearing April 23, 10 a. m. Judge Ke-j Achln Aknna, administrator with the
p0J?a,J .. . .. will annexed of estate of N. S. Akana,
Cordelia CImrch Allen petitions for advertises for claims to bo fllod with
probato of will nnd that letters testa- H. Y. Mills before May 23.
mentnry Issuo to her on osUto of Wll-I George Olbb, administrator estato
Ham F. Allen. Hearing April 2, 9 n. m. of Jolin Olbb, advertises for claims to
Judge Lindsay. . t,c filed with Jas. L. Coke beforo
Magdallna Uergcrsen petitions for'My 5,
probate of will of Rernhard Bcrgcrsen c. Attn n.lmtnlntriitnr tnn nf
nnd that letters testamentary Issue to
Hearing iPrn t, v a. ra. juugo.nith h. t. Mills before May 23.
Petition for Guardlanshlo.
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on minors. Hearing March 26, 9:30
a. ra. Judge Lindsay.
Notices to Creditors.
L. Chack Sing, administrator estate
of Lee Sal Hln, advertises for claims
to be filed with him before Sept. 13.
A. N. Havscldcn, administrator ev
tato of V. F. Saffery, advertlsos for
claims to bo filed with him or Jas. L.
Coke before Aug, 21,
C. F, Peterson, administrator estate
of Samuel M, Pedro, advertises for
claims to be filed with him before
Abraham Fernandez, administrator
estate of Hattle Hiram, advertises for
claims to do nicu wun mm
L. Ahlp, administrator estate of Ah
Wo. advertises for claims to bo filed
with him before Aug. 20.
James L. CooKe, administrator es
tate of Samuel Nowleln, advertises for
claims to be filed with hlm before
Jno. M. Palmer, administrator estate
of C. II. Willis, advertises for claims
to be filed with htm before Aug. 6.
II. P. Baldwin, administrator estate
ot F. C. Daldwln, advertises for claims
to be filed with him before July 29.
William Hennlng. administrator es
tate of Robt. E Ford, advertises for
claims to be filed with him
K. i. spaming petitions mat c.ecii (lalmi to be filed with Harry T. Mills
Brown be appointed guardian of John.i.eforo jjay 23.
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David Malkta, administrator estate
of Moses Aona Kalun, advertises for
claims to bo filed with him at offlco
ot ,Car'9 Lo,DB bcf,0Tf .J,1,yi 24'
W. .0. 8mlth, administrator estate
of Lily Maloho Rice, advertises for
cUmB' to be flIed uh hlm befor(J
Stella 0. Pearson, administratrix es.
tote of A. W Pearson. fuiverttBea for
cam, t0 bo fl)eu- wlth L A. Thurston
before July 3
s. K. KamalopllI, administrator with
Aslu, advertises for claims to bo filed
Julian Yates, administrator estate
of Emma D. Yates, advertises for
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W. Pfotenhauer, administrator es
tate of Franz C. W. Buchholtz, adver
tises for claims, to be filed with him
beforo May 25.
Mcaal Kekuewa, administratrix e-
.A. a J Prt .! ..111. In lr nJtl.l.a. tt
luiu in nauuuimin inj, buiviuim a
claims to bo filed with Henry Smith
before May 18.
Meaal Kekuewa, administratrix es-'
tate of Kamaka lakopa (w), adver
tises for claims to be- filed with Hen
ry Smith beforo May 18.
A. II. R. Vlelra, administrator es
tate of M. R. A. Vlelra, advertises for
claims to be filed with him before
S. Ilhrllch, administrator estate of
M. S. Levy, advertises for claims to
Lo filed with him before May 1,
Lllta Bouza. executrix estate ot An-
nle lleeslng. advertises Cor claims to
D niea wun J. Aiirr.u Aiagoon uciora
Alice Kapuaa, administratrix estate
of Kapuaa (k), advertises for claims
to be filed with J. J. Dunns before
April 1, 1906.
H. O: Mlddledltch, administrator es
tr.te of Qustave Droman, advertlsos
for claims to be filed with him before
Virginia R. Isenberg et al., executors
estate ot II. A. Isenberg, advertise for
claims to be filed, with Klnnoy, Mc
Clanahan & Cooper before Aug. 23.
Cecil Drown, executor will of Han-
nah Wall, advertise for claims to bo
filed with him Vrte;Jly 29.
Adolph Julius Bauatie, executor es
tate ot dustav Kunst, advertises for
claims to be filed with Klnnoy, McClan
nhan & Cooper before July G.
S. II. Onl, executor will of Daniel K.
Kapulc, ailvlrtlscs for claims to be fllod
with him before July 8.
Anna Zimmerman, executrix estate
of Albert Zimmerman, advertises fori
claims to bo filed with her before
Juno 26. I
Jane Wight, executrix will of James
Wight, advertises for claims to be filed
nith tho Henry Waterbouse Trust
Company, Ltd, before Juno 1G.
Minnie II. nilinvn. Jnrnh V. nrnwm
and Arthur M. Diown. executors es!
late of Cordelia Hutlngs Drown, ad
vertise for claims In bo filed with A.
M. lirown before April 24. .
J. A. Lyle, executur estate of Lolls
Rushnell, advertises ror claims to be
filed with him at the office of Trent
ft Co. before March 27, 1900.
B. Carroll Mellor, bankrupt, pell,
tlons for discharge, Hearing March
20, 10 a. m. Judgo Role.
Petitions Jor Hearing
Kong Yin Tet. administrator estato
ot Lam Tshung Chin, petitions for fln
ai accounting ana discnarge. Hearing
April 23, 9 a. m. Judgo Lindsay,
Chai. 11, W. Hitchcock, administra
tor estate or Elizabeth K. K. Lo, peti
tions for final accounting and dis
charge. Hearing March 27, 10 a. m.
N. C. Wllfong, administrator estate
of Mary P. Allau, petitions for final ac
counting and discharge Hearing
March 27, 10 a. . Judgo Parsons.
W. O. Smith, executor estate ot W.
L. Wilcox, petitions for final account
ing and discharge. Hearing April 21,
9 a. m. Judgo Lindsay.
II. Schultzc. oxecutor of tho will of
Ilaldwln Mchncr, petitions for final ac
counting and discharge. Hearing
April 2, 9 a. m. ujdgo Lindsay.
At Court Houso, Walluku, March
27, 12 in., Interest ot Morris K. Keo
hokalolo at Puako, Walluku, will bo
sold at public auction for judgment for
(91.20, Interest and costs.
At pollco station March 29, 12 m.,
Intel est of J. E. Kahookaumaba in
land at Puunul, Honolulu, will be sold
at public auction for Judgment for 3S.
60, Interest and costs,
Mortgago wado by Lum Hoy and
Aho! to Ira Eskew recorded In Llbor
236, pages 434-7, covering land In Ka-
paafea, Honolulu, will be sold at pub
lic auction at Morgan's auction rooms
April 9, 12 m.
Mortgage made by Sarah K. Laa and
husband to the Westorn Hawaiian In
vestment Company recorded In Liber
180, page Gl, covering land In Pauabl
street, Palama, Kahana and Walkele,
Kwa. will be sold at public auction at
Morgan's auction rooms March 24,
At offlco of Geo. II. Williams, sub
agent land department, after April 11,
9 a. m., application for Olaa lots ot
Lewis Settlement Association will be
At Public Land office, Hllo, April
11, 12 m., Commissioner of Public
Lands will dlsposa of land In Olaa, Pu
na and Kalwlkl.
At court house South Kohaln, April
14, 12 m.. Commissioner of Public
Lands will soil at public auction land
In South Kohala.
At Judiciary building, April 14, 12
ra-. Commissioner of Public Lands will
sell at public auction land privileges
at Wallua, Hana, Maul, and cash free
hold at Pukcle, I'alolo, Oahu.
At court house, Honoksa, Hawaii,
March 31, 9 a. m., Commissioner of
Public Lands will sell right of pur
chase leases n Paaullo section.
At Public Lnnds Office, Hllo, March
19, 12 rp , Commissioner of Public
Lands will sell at public auction lots
At court house Wnlluku, Maul, April
2, 11 a. m. Thos. II. Lyons, admlnh
trator estato of J. Pall Sjlva, will sell
n. public "Miction land In the III ol
A. Lewis, guardian Maurer minors.
petitions to sell real estate at Puna
Jiou. Hearing April 2, 9 a. m. Judgo
At Morgan' auction rooms April 14,
12 m. Helen A. Holt, guardian; will
sell at public auction undivided Inter
est In land at Walalua.
For sewage system at Kahaulkl post
will be received at tho'Quartcrmaster's
office till April 14, 9:30 a. m.
NOTS TO CRDT Ry Admr
A. O. Dickens, J, M. Vivas and Jas.
I. Coke advertise for all accounts duo
estate of Augustine Enos, to be paid at
linos' store, Walluku.
Jano L. More, executrix will of Jane
WlUon, advertises for claims to be
filed with Cecil Hrown beforo Sept. 23.
Richard II. Trent.t administrator es
tate of Hannah Fisher, advertises for
claims to bo filed with him before Sep
r!;rry T. Mills, administrator estate
of Wong Kee, advertises tor claims In
be filed with him beforo Aug. 7.-
For cost Iron water pipe and special
Hllo wntcr works will close at nir.co
of Superintendent of Public Works
April 6, 12 m.
For wood slavo and steel pipe for
Territory ot Hawaii will close at the
ofTico of tho Superintendent of Public
Works May 1, 12 m.
For construction of 15.000 feet of
fencing for now road Huelo, will closo
at office of County Engineer, Maul
County, March 24, 12 m.
Foi orectlng superstructure for high
way bridge at Kcahapana, Kawalbau.
Kauai, will bo received by Hoard ot Su
pervlsors until April 3, 3 p. m.
For dredging ono half Kllauea slip,
Honolulu harbor, will close at office
Superintendent of Public Works, March
10, 12 m.
Martha Ellen Hollow-ay petitions for
confirmation and rcglstratlm of title
to land In Wahlawa town site. Hear
ing April 19, 1:30 p. m. Judgo Wca
McCandlcss Dulldlng Co, Ltd., petl
tlons for confirmation and registration
of tltlo to property corner King and
Rothel streets. Hearing March 30,
1:30 p. ra. Judgo Weaver,
HEINZE DROPPED A FEW.
New York, March 6. Fr Augusu.
Hclnzo Is reported tu havo lost from
12.000,000 to 16,000,000 In the storm that
broke over Wall street today, and other
operators ot almost equal Importance
are known to have been badly hurt In
tho galo ot liquidation that continued
until shortly beforo the market closed.
Standard Oil brokers wero lying by
In their wrecking fleet, ready to tako
salvago of all stranded craft that drift
ed their way. and it is known that mil
lions upon millions were added to th
profits of the "system" beforo the day
P CEUBRATtO 5
Any woman who suffers from!
Cramps, Backache, Nervous erl
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, CosJ
tlveness or Oeneral Weakness
i needs the Hitters to make her well
again, u cas cured inousanas in
the past 50 years. In cases ot In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first Try a bottle.
Tho Supremo Court yesterday after
noon decided to set for Monday tho
hearing of tho question whether nn In
formal opinion of a Justlco of tlia Su
premo Court upon nn Act of tho Legis
lature beforo Its passage disqualifies
him from aftorvvard sitting to construe
such Act, this point having been raised
by Judgo Oear In tho Hlgnshl habeas
corpus case. As both Wilder and
Hartwell denied having ever approved
of tho bill, the question has narrowed
down to tho Chief Justlco.
In order to get tho mntter plainly of
record, tho Justices mado the follow
Chief Justice Krear "According to
my lecollcctlon I approved Act C9 of
tno Laws of 1905 beforo Its enactment.
To what extent I approved It. or to
whom, or when, I do not recollect. I
do not remember having given It care
ful consideration, -except that I was fa
miliar at that tlmo with the difficulties
which this Act, together with other
acts, was Intended to obviate, becauso
those difficulties had beep presented
at length through argument to tho
court In previous cases.
"I do not rocol cct having expressed
an opinion as to tho effectiveness of
th s Act. as to its being sumciem 10
nrromnllsh Its oblccts. as distinguish
ed Irom an expression of approval as
to tho objects of the bin. on tovcrai
occasions during that session ot tho
Legislature Mr. Andrade, chairman of
tho Judiciary Committee of tho House
and also uther members of that com
mjttco, called upon mo In regard to
various bills, which wero discussed by
us. In my report to tho Legislature I
recommended some legislation o( this
Justlco Hartwell "I do not recollect
having over seen tho bill, Act 69, be
toro It was enacted, or that I ever ex
pressed any opinion to any person
about Its validity or legal effect. In
tho Goto case last year, a caso In
which I sat a caso which became
very Important 1 discussed tho ncccs
slty of changing our laws In conform
ity with tho decisions of tho United
Stales Supremo Court. I certainly
thought Hint tho laws ought to bo
cbangid and I do not remember par
ticularly all with whom l discussed
tho matter. I remember saying that
legislation ought to bo prepared and
rover tho whole ground, and suggest
Ing the question of whether ono Dill
would not cover tho whole ground. I
remember seeing Mr. Andrado and Mr
Dlckev In thu offlco of tho Chief Jiih-
tlco but can not recollect what busi
ness they wero on. Possibly Mr. An
Irado thought I wns taking part In the
consideration of tliu bill."
Justlco Wilder "Prior to tho enact
ment bf this Act 9 and while I was a
member of this court I nuvor consider
ed U cnrefully or otherwise, either as
U he form nf tho bill or otherwise. I
could not hnvu rendered nn opinion on
tho form, as I had never seta It."
During tho discussion of tho matter
Judgo Oear remnrktd Hint tho decision
In tho Notlejj case, holding that Hart
well was quitlined, In splto of his hav
ing been rounscl for ono of tho con
tcstants, wns. In his opinion, wrong.
This lid Hartwill to stato his ponltlou
In tho matter.
"The Idea was so repellant to mo."
ho mill, 'that 1 wns within un aco of
resigning from tho bench. It was only
my firm tonvlitloli that the law com
pelled mo to sit In tho caso whltu do
Per S. 8 Siberia, for Sail Francisco,
March 21 (Jso It. Howard, wife and
daughter, l)r. W. D liiildwln, .Mrs W
I) Uuldwln, Miss C. Ilaldwln, Mlsi
Nordmecr, ltoht Hind, Mis Iflnd,
Miss M, i:. Lcllnnd, (1(0 I" Kendall
Miss Kendall, Mlrs ronton, MIkh lint
tcllo, Miss L. Dunham, Ml?s M M 1)11
linger, Mrs. L. II Dardcm. Miss 11 ur-
caret Wallace w I), llruncr. a. Liv
ingstone and wife, K. S. Churchill, wife,
child, maid nud 2 servants, Mrs. W. 0
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Mitchell. J, A McDonogln Geo. B. Stark
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Mrs. J. V. McDonald, J. R. Ung. T.
IS. Synds, 1). C. Latlln, K. Cannon, L. G.
Kellogg, W, It. castle. A, Adams. Jno,
Kurwell, Leon Honlgsberger. Chas
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Drandt, C C, Desmond and wife, W. !'.
Montgomery, II. a. Wuldo, Jno it
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MONGOLIA MAY 2
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8.8. "NEBRAIKAN" nil APRIL 61
J 8. "NEVADAN" V) tall APR. 27
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MONGOLIA APR. T
CHINA APR. 14-
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MANCHURIA MAY S
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