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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. It. SATUIltUY, APRIL 13. 1907.
(Additional Social News on Page 6)
Tho Hllo hotel wns the scone of n
i harming function oil Saturday even
ing when a dnncc In honor of Miss
Ncvn llcthel wns given by a number of
licr joung lady friends on the occa
sion of her approaching marriage. The
main dining room was used for tho
dance, n great deal of tasto being
Bhown In the decoration with palms
mul flowers. Tho music was excellent,
the floor perfect, tho supper delight
ful and tho hostesses eager to tsec thai
the guests enjojed themtelvcs thor
ouglily. The ) tiling ladles who ar
tanged tho affair were Misses Stevens,
Chit a Shlpinnu, Kato Trowbridge,
Alice ricrcc. Stephanie Ouanl, Huth
Quard and Jeamile Chalincrs.
The Incited guests Included Mcs
dames Irwin, English, Unldlug, Hapal,
Hlchnrdson, liuike, Thurston, Robin
son, Stephens, Chalmers, Uuard, Bhlp
man; Misses Hayal. Curtis, Chalmen,
Eearlos, Moclne, Weight, Brockle, Sev
erance, Dejo, Jomcroy, Lucas, Porter;
Messrs, Trow bridge, Chalmers, Guard,
Kapal, Cool, Day, Hlscnmn, Thurston,
Kelntr, Smith, Irwin, Anderson, Krns
er, Henderson, Mackenzie, Forsyth,
Klchmoud, Duncan, Hutton, Shlpman,
Paris, Hlihardvm, lluikc, Weight,
Desha, lllll, Hums, l)eo, l'arsons,
Hcnshall, Kngllcli, unci Ualdlng.
Miss Knthru Pcrsw Inker nnd Mr.
William II Hnrvcy were united In
marriage Thursday, tho ceremony be
ing performed In draco church, Sul
biiu, bj Ucv. Caleb Ilcnham. Tho
bride has resided In Dculcla for the
last four cars, having fonnerly Ihcd
In Honolulu, where Hhe met tho gen
tleman who has won her heart and
hand. Tor bIx jenrs tho groom held n
prominent position In tho Hotel Mo-
una, Honolulu. Tho future home of
tho couple Is to bo at Hot Springs, Ar
1 unsns, for which place they departed
this morning. Many friends wish for
them n long nnd happy matrlcd life.
"Henlm (Cal;) Herald.
Clever Card Party
Mrs. Kenton Kino n card part) at hel
huiiilroino resident o tin Ktlduy nftcr
lioon at which Mrs. Dior tarried off
the Hist prize. Tlicro wcro u largo
number present and the iharm of the
hostess made ever body have a good
Tho Congressional party is expected
to arrhn In tho Huford nnd even thing
tho Territory can do will be at tho
ilhiposal of tho distinguished pnrty.
1'roliably Princess Kulanlunnolo will
give it Gaidin Tarty, uml thcio will
bo emlless excursions, Governor anil
Mrs. Carter will come to tho fiont and
tiiteitulu in their usual hospltablo
liiamicr. A largo ball at the Capitol
if. being discussed as n grand flnnle and
Mil Clcfghom and Hon. S. M. Damon
will of course, do something for tho
party. It will bo a gay six weeks at
night-seeing and entertainment.
Mim. Edward Tenney nnd Mrs. Helen
Noonnn expect to sail for thu Coast In
threo weeks' time, and will spend part
()f the Hummer at Ijike Taboo. Mrs.
Tenney had a birthday this week ami
sho was so generously rcmembeicd
with llmvcrn by her friends that her
drawing-room resembled n bower.
Li l"ranco and Jacks, ns well as vlo
lets, sellow daisies and ferns were
much ndmlred and testified to the
popularity of this charming matron.
ThroiiKh tho kindness lot Mr. C. M.
Cooke, thu Art Lenguo can now spread
Ihclr wings nnd taku flight to quarters
new nnd nlr. This niuauie ciuu ex-
urts n widespread Influence nnd Its
good results are seen on ever' side.
The President, Mr. Hitchcock, Is doing
very cjover work, and his volcanoes
nre bcius much talked of.
Among the lnrgo party which Is off
for Hnleinu today, until Monday, are
tho Augustus Kuudsens and the Eric
KnudBcns. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs wil
der are already there onjovliig the
cutlet and peace of country life. Hnlc
twn Is nhaB a favorite resting place
on week end's.
Tho transport hops nt tho Sloana
Hid tho Seaside wero very cay last
night. Tho officers and ludlcs of tho
Sherman turned out In great numbers
and Camp McKlnlcy was well repre
sented. Thcro will bo a transport hop
nt the Seaside this evening.
Dr. Armltago dined tho new" Acting
Urltlsh Consul, Mr, Tqrstcr, nnd Mr.
MncCown at tho Hawaiian hotel on
Thursday evening. Later tho host nnd
guests went to tho Sons of St. George
at their new K. of P. hall on Ucrctanla
Judge and Mrs. Stanley nro enter
taining nt dinner this evening for Act
ing Urltlsh Consul nnd Mrs. Korstcr.
Mrs. I'orstcr Is Krcncli nnd has nil the
charm nnd dash of her countrj women.
Fho Is a beautiful woman.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Klnmp entertained at
dinner on Tuesday evening In honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Knudscn, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Augustus Knudscn, Major and
Mrs. Russell and Miss 0 Irani.
Mrs. George Potter Is very much ad
mired as she rides dowu the Wnlklkl
ltoad. Sho has n perfect seat and
makes n (.tunning appearance.
Miss II. Itulh Young will sail for tho
ConBt the first part of May, where she
will remain until October.
Mr. Chllds of Thco. II. Davlcs found
u very enthusiastic jachtsmau In It.
V. Webster, n tea man, who passed
through tho city in tho Sierra. Mr.
Webster called at tho Davlcs estab
lishment on business and Incidentally
touched on jachtlng. It seems ho was
with Sir Thomas Upton In the two
iast International acht races and Is
boon to make a tour of tho world In his
own jnclit, tho Ceylon. This jnclit U
nu Amcrliiin built bont with auxiliary
power. Mr. Webster regretted inabil
ity to remain In tho islands nnd meet
leading arhtsmcn of Hawaii, but ho
promised to nlwajs have tho Islands
In mind mid somo day stop here, for
pleasure as well ns business.
Eldcily Spinster You may bellcvo
it in- nut, but a king has Iain nt my
Ho Ho fell out of jour hand at
Yellow nnd inniivc orchids, white roses, curds, I suppose? Sluipllclsslmus.
PASS IT AROUND A DISH OF THE DELICIOUS
Chocolates Chocolate Peppermints
In 1-2, 1 and 2 lb boxes. In Va-fli boxes,
In Vz-lb boxes.
JVM. Levi & Co.. Family Grocers.
'1M10NK MAIX 1. Xcxt to Jfttroiiulitttii Mont Co. j
It is economical both as to
a saving of labor and food.
We have received a large new
stock' of Leonards. Come and
look them over.
Appropriation Bill Is
Nearly Ready For
4 4th Dny Atcrnoon Session
The House nearly concluded work
en the salary appropriation bill os-
Icrday afternoon, thcro being only n
few Items of minor Importance left
to consider. Several items were re
considered nnd cuts that had been
mn do were raised ngnln. Among oth
ers, Entomologist Craw was raised
back to his present salary of $250
greatly to tho disgust of Kanlho, who
protested that Craw had not cleared
nil tho bugs out of tho tnro patch ol
tho gentleman from Kohnla nnd
therefore Is not worth over $1G0 nt
TO REPAY LICENSES
Tho I'lnnnco Committee Introduced
n bill ntithorlrlng tho repayment of
money wrongfully collected for li
censes to sell Imported goods, wares
nnd merchandise after the Organic
Act creating tho Territory of Hawaii
took effect on tho 14th dny of Juno,
A. D. 1900, nnd appropriating money
The amount of llio appropriation
ns In tho bill is $48,Gr.8.7ri.
WHAT DO THEY DO?
A pathetic wall front tho Palolo
vnlley, in red Ink, was brought before
tho House in tho shape of u petition
presented by Kanlho. Tho Palolo
peoplo wnnt to bury their dead. Pol
lowing Is tho wording of this strnngo
"Wo, tho undersigned citizens of
America, residing In Palolo, Honolu
In, County of Oaliu, Territory of Hn
wall, hereby petition unto our Hon
ornblc Ilody to assist us In our effort
to hnvo a piece of land In snld dis
trict set nsldo for n burial ground.
There Is now n burial ground In snld
district, to-wlt: 'Tho Palolo Uurlal
Ground,' but wo nro not allowed by
the Hoard of Health to bury our dead.
Wo respectfully urgo tho assist
ance of )our honornblo body."
The petition had several pages of
names appended, nil In red Ink, and
nil apparently In tho snino handwrit
ing. It wns referred to tho Health
NO IMMIGRATION' COMMISSIONER
Tho Houso went Into Committee of
the Wholo nt 3:15, with Cnntro in tho
chair, to resumo work on the salary
appropriation bill. Tho deferred
Items wcro taken up, tho first one
being that for salary ot Commission
er of Immigration, Kanlho renowed
his attack on the Item. "They say
this Is for tho good of the Territory,"
he said. "They want to bring Immi
grants here. Hut what Is tho uso
when they won't stay? They nro
leaving tho Territory now becnuso
they can get better wages on tho
Coast. What Is tho use of paying n
Commissioner of Immigration for
such work? Whnt benefit do wo de
rive from nil this? It Is up lo joti
If you want to Bpend tho Territory's
money this way."
Kalelopu took the subject up and
asked that tho communication from
tho Doard of Immigration relative to
legislative appropriation for bringing
in Immigrants bo read.
Tho item wns deferred for tho mo
ment. Tho Item for Deputy Tax As
fcsfiois nnd Collectors, Clerk nnd In
terpreters, Oaliu, was taken up.
Kanlho wanted to know how much
thoy wero to get. Rico stated it wns
tho same ns in tho Inst appropria
tion bill, Kanlho Inquired whnt their
work Is nnd how much they are to bo
paid. JIo wanted tho Item Itemized
Rico said It couldn't nil bo Itemized
I ccauso n part ot tho time exttn,
clerks hnvo to bo hired. The present
rnlarles wore read. Tho Item passed
ns In tho bill.
Tho Item for Commissioner of Im
migration was returned to and tho
letter from the Hoard of Immigration
relatlvo to tho necessity of Inducing
tho Portuguese la bore in to remain In
tho Territory was read.
Kalelopu seconded Knulho's mo
tion to strike out tho Item. Tho mo
tion wns put nnd curried nnd tho Item
Tho $18,000 Item for doputy tnx
assessors nnd collectors nnd clerks,
Maul, passed with no opposition. Tho
rlmllar item for Hawaii and for Ka
ual nnd Nllhau went through with
A snlury was Inscrtetl for $90 for
second assistant clerk, Dapuitmcnt of
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
LOTS AT MANOA
Several nice building lots for sale
nt Manca Valley. High elevation.
Near cnrliue. As n whole or in lots
to suit, BARGAIN, Apply
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg., Room 1, 74 S, King St,
Public Works. Tho $8400 Hem for
pay of engineers, architects nnd
draftsmen rntt ngninst it snng. It was
finally pulled off and pnssed. The
Item for sewer fireman and three ns-
rlstants, $51C0, also went thiough.
TRIES TO RAISE MACK ISSUE
Kanlho objected to tho Item for
sewer engineer nnd fireman on the
rrtiund that one man, a hnolc, gets
$125 n month nnd the other two.
hnlf-whltes or llnwallans, get only
$100. Ho kept harping on the fact
that the hnolo gets the most, nnd
didn't sec why he should, oven If he
lr tho chief engineer and tho others
his subordinates. Qulnn explained
that tho chief is n very competent
man and Is tho ono who set up the
pumps nt the sewer station.
Hut Kanlho continued lo talk and
talk, trjlng to make nn Issue of tho
fnct that tho highest paid man is it
white man. He did his best to stir
up rnco feeling. He became violent
mid noisy, winding up by moling
that action bo further deferred.
Aknu moved tho Item pass.
K-tnlho'i motion wns declared car
ried, though there wcie inoro votes
ugnlnst It than for It.
Cdrrea moved to reconsider action
on the pay of two guards, public
gtounds. Carried. Ho moved to tnako
It three guards at the same rate, $C0
each. He thought the poor follows
terribly overworked. Of courso the
LUCK KOR II03MER
Then Kalelopu wanted to reconsid
er the action reducing the pay of the
Superintendent of Forestry. Carried.
, Kalelopu moved tho Item bo put
back to $230. Kanlho jumped In
with n motion to make It $200. Ka
Tho Item for pay of assistants, la
borers, etc.. Division of forestry,
which had been deferred, passed,
Kalelopu moved to reconsider the
action tnken on Entomologist Craw's
salar)'. Carried. He moved to with
drnw Ills cut and that the Item piss
at $250 as In .the hill.
KANIHO HAS HUGS
Kanlho, ot courso, opposed any
such scnsiblo action as that. Ilo
moved to cut the salary to $1S0.
Ho again rovortcd to his potatoes
and tho bugs thnt blto 'cm nnd wnnt
ed to know why tho entomologist Is
not thcro to put a stop to It. Why
chouhl tho Territory pay un cntomol
oglst who nllows tho bugs to blto tho
potntocs ot Kohnla? It would be lots
better to pay a laborer $3 n day than
to pay $2K0 to this man, who only
sits In n chair nil day.
Itlco tried to show the Kicker tint
tho reason Craw has not picked tho
bugs off his tnro Is because tho hist
Legislature wouldn't give hint enough
assistants, lie urged Kuulho to BUb-
siuo tins time, let me item go
through, and make tho next one tor
pay of assistants; but Kanlho was
obdurate, Thcro is no bucIi thing as
convincing him. Ho hangs to a no
tlon like a dog to it bone. Ho Insist
cd on cutting Craw's pay, but for
onco his logic failed to convince his
fellow members nnd tho item passed
as in tho hill at J 2. 10.
Then Kanlho had nnothor iden. Ilo
wanted to rniso tho pay ot the assist
ants to the snmo ns that of their
chief. Tho Rent passed as In tho bill
The Item for assistants of the Su
perintendent ot Animal Industry
passed as in the bill.
Tho Item for two Hawaiian Inter
preters was reconsidered on motion
of Itawllns and boosted so as to give
them $12& each.
Joseph wanted to boost tho threo
court stenographers back to $200 ns
in tho hill Instead of giving then
$17(1, but ho was unsuccessful,
$200. KOR WHITNEY
Tho salary for District Magistrate,
ot Honolulu, which had been defer
red, went through lit $200, as In tho
Kalelopu thought It nn Insult to
glo tho Second District Mnglstrato
$25 a month.
Itawllns said tho Governor had
tdgned n bill to pay tho Second Mag
istrate $7 n day, and ho moved to
fctrlko out $2S and insert therefor "to
be expended according to Act fi ot
tho Session Lnws ot 1907." Carried,
The Items for Interpreters wcro
opposed by Rice, who moved to cut
out tho Portuguese, Japanese nnd
Hawaiian Interpreters nnd allow ono
Item of $120 for pay of Interpreters
ns they nro needed. Ho couldn't noo
any uso In creating a lot of new of
fices. Kalelopu couldn't sco any senso in
tho motion. "Tho District Court Bits
ovory day," ho said. "Docs'thc hon
oinblo gentleman fiom Knttal mean
that1 oveiy tlmo the court sits n po
liceman must be sent out to look for
Interpreters?" Ho moved to stillto
out tho single Item for Interpreter at
$00 nnd leave thjt others.
Pall headed off further discussion
by moving that tho committee rho
mil report progress. Carried.
House lllll inn, lclutlng to nvi
denco lit coroner's Inquests, which
hud gono over from tho morning ses
clon, was tho first matter tnken up
Rtro took tho giiiund thnt tho bill
was so much amended that It was n
new hill, even the title being chang
ed, nnd therefore would have to pass
threo leadings. Ho said It was a
pood bill, but could not heroine a law
by passing only ono tending.
Rawlins wanted to explain It tho
gentleman from Kami! would not tell
Nevadan Will Have New
The American-Hawaiian steamer
Nendan Is going Into the business of
mm lug fresh fruit to Kan rinuctsco
on n large scale mid has been specially
lilted Tor this work. Through the ex
perllntnts which were recently mnde It
has been shown that bannnns and tho
other fresh fruits of the Islands kept
better whtn placed on deck where tho
air could have free circulation around
them than In any other wn. The Ne-' charges nro made bj Polite Oflktr
According to statements inndo to
Shipping Commissioner Almy this
morning a sailor named Henry Smith
was shanghaied b) Cajit William John-t-oii,
who tins just purchased thu gaso
line schooner Matulo fiom tho Intcr
sland Steamship Co, and left with
her for San Petit u this morning Tl.u
vadnu will be able lo do this on a larg
er Bcale than any other vessel now ear
ning fruits to the Coast.
A specially built and poftnblc plat
form has been mado which extends
from thu roof of tho after deckhouse
to tho mainmast nnd this will be de
voted entirely to cnrrlng of fruits.
Mnny hundred square feet of niea are
thus obtained which will tnnblo the
Nevadan to tarry u great amount or
fresh produce of the Island and laud
it In Sau Kranclsco in the best iiosslblc
The Nevadan will leavo Honolulu
for Sau l'miiclsco on April 20 and tho
bananas will be the Inst thing taken
on board ns tho platform lannot bo
placed In Its position until tho after
hatch has been closed, as it would n.it.
urally prevent loading inrgo.
him to sit down as Kanlho so grace
fully did tho other day. Rico wns
Itawllns explained how tho amend
ments embodied in bills ICC, 1W and
lf.8 had nil been combined by tho
Judiciary Committee In ono bill, inc.
After the tangle had been strnlght
enod out, tho report of tho Judiciary
Committee wns adopted and tho bill
passed third tending.
Sonnto lllll 9, relating to taxation,
came down from tho Senate and pass
ed its first leading.
Senate Dill 89, tho undated resig
nation bill, also was transmitted
from tho Scnato and carried through
Tho Scnato sent back Houso lllll
139 because It had not received tho
signature of tho Speaker. The defect
was lcmedlcd and the bill sent back,
Tho Health and Pollco Committee
reported on two bills, tho chairman
Coney, refusing to concur In cither
report nnd announcing his Intention
cf submitting u minority report.
Ono report was on Knlann's an
tlent nnd moth-eaten measure, House
Hill 102, to throw open tho doors to
rvcrjbody and let nnono who wants
to ilu bo treat lepers.
Tho other was on Senate Hill 82,
piovldlng for tho appointment of u
vice president of tho Hoard of Health.
lloth reports wcro held over to al
low Coney to prepare his minority re
ports. Tho Education Committee reported
on House Petition 4G, .relating to
providing n teacher for Mahnkon.i
fcthool children. Tho committee i im
ported that the Supeilntcndciit of
Public Instruction will furnish n
teacher It tho Legislature appropri
ates for building n school. The com
mittee recommended that $17!i0 ht
appropriated for tho purpose.
Tho same commltteo recommended,
on House Petition 31, thnt $17C0 be
appropriated from tho Ioan Kund to
build a school houso nt Pupukea, Ko-
Coney, chairman of tho Hcnlth
Committee, made a minority report
on Scnnte lllll 82. providing for n
viro president of tho Hoard of Health
Ho iccomnicnded thnt tho bill pass
on tho ground tant It would greatly
expedlto tho business of tho oulco In
tho ovent of thu disability or nb
sciico of tho President.
Reeves, lluslness Agent Soieuson of
the Sailor's Union, and n lionidliig
house man named Mltrhcll.
Almy, telephoned the-facts of the case
ns he bail ascertained tin in to U. S
M.irehnl llendrj. who ndlstd that th"
evidence be laid before the U S. Dis
trict Attorney. This will be done in
the near future. The facts us stated to
Commissioner Almy nro: Henry
Smith, formerly boatswain on the
Astral, was on board the Mnlolo ul.cn
she went out and wut blind drunk, hc
tonllug to tha statement being made
so b Cnpt. Williams. Ilo left ull his
clothes, etc, nt .Mitchell's boarding
House. It was stated that tho cicw
refused to throw off tho lines to tho
wharf and that Capt, Williams did re
himself ami took awn) Smith, vhu
did not know what he was do In',-.
After tho lioat was out in the har
bor n sailor named Adolph H.uiso'i,
who had signed on befoio the Shipping
Commissioner, took his bag ot clothes
nnd In spile of the protests tit the tnp
talu gut In u smnll boat and tnmo
ushiiie. Win n ho hail lauded he mado
uumcrui J statements to the elTitt that
Cnpt. Williams had tried to shaikh ll
hltn. These were manifestly Incorrect
en account of the fact that ho signed
articles for tlio trip to San Pedto.
The Mnlolo Is u lunt about 5 o.- G
)eais old and Is In good condition Sho
Is fitted with mills mid also n gnsolluo
auxiliary engine which allows her to
go ahead nt a good sped In u calm. It
Is understood that sho will bo used In
ban Diego for gathering guano from
tho Islands of tho coast of Ixiwer Cal
ifornia. Capt. William Johnson Is a Snu
I'ninclsco man and Is well Known
there. He owns n number of small
schooners about tho size ot the Ma-
lolo anil -has been In that line of bust
iiess for a great nian cnrs.
M RII1E IS
Judge Conrade Testifies
For Him In Court
A new feature In tho court of inquiry
over Capt. Hltchle, of the Loch Garve,
inma up this morning when Judge
Stanley entered the case ns the nttor-
lie) for the mate and sailors of the
ship who arc bringing charges ngninst
the captain Attorney Kinney, who is
acting In behalf of tho defendant, pro-
tisted against the appearance of his
brother nttornej, wishing to bo tho
on!) legal luminary present, but tho
Urltlsli consul could not sec the mat
ter in the same llzht.
District Magistrate Conrade, of Mo
loknl, testified In fnvor ot Capt. Ritch
ie, R'ilng that he was not drunk when
he came ashoro on the morning of the
wreck He staled that he was very
much excited and behaved in n pecul
iar manner He snld that tho captain
offered him n drink after he had gono
on board and that ho refused, but that
the officer took several smnll drinks
I'lrst Diner (lo his friend) What's
the mailer? You look worried?
Second Diner Well, that fat man at
the next table has sat down on my
hat, nnd now both his fat bovs are
sitting on his knee. Kllcgendc Illut-
NEW - TO-DAY
Occidental Hotel Restaurant
Meals 25c. From 11 to 2 cverv
Tues.. Thurs., and Sat., Roast Turkey
ana uranocrry sauce, rcsn Lobster
Salad and Hot Mince Fie. Best va
riety of meals in the city. First
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
"Doctor" Wnlluch. tho female, rock
fukir, was not sentenced this morntus
for the crime of perjury. Ilo was U
ic sentenced, lint Charlie Ai hi tame
Into court, with Thompioii nnd Clem
inons, and presented n motlcn for at
test of Judgment and another for a
new trial. Argument on the.) two
motions was set for next Wednesday.
wi Wallach will not ho sentenced bc-
loro that time. nnwny,
K X K X it X ( X J5 X X K K K 5C K it
K' PASSENGERS H
Per Btmr, Klunit, from Hllo nnd I In
wall ports, April 13. Mrs. I.. Mct
Wiijne, Mih. A. Jniger, It. W. Shingle,
J. 11. MclCenzlo. 11. It. Hrjant, K. 8.
GJerdmui, A. Mason, John Hind, K.
O'ilrlen, W. A. Ramsay, It Lalng, Mrs.
Col. ncmh, Mm. Col. Drawer, J. II.
Dnmbery, Miss Mubel End, Geo. Hen
hlinll, R P, Lucas, Mrs. M. Matos and
chllil, Master David Mutos, Master
Prank Mutos, Miss Mlniilo Matos, Miss
Emilia Matos, Mis. V. Matos und child,
MIhi r. Matos. J. W. rnrwcll, Miss
Mary Wiigglu, Miss Alice Kinney, Rev.
K. Aojnnm, 1. Aojugl, II. Shebaama,
II. E. Kelsey, Miss II. Hunes. Mnnl.
Mnto3, M. T. Lvoiui, Miss A. I. Morris,
11. Modlmada, Rev. II. Ueuberg, J. U
Tho following cargo arrived on tho
Klnau today: 7 bags nua, 1G pes awa,
17 empty kegs, 3 barrels empty bottles,
31 bags empty bottles, 1 cow, 1 calf. 1
nutoniobllr, 1 horse, crates chickens,
z'oQ sncop, SCO packages sundries.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
I'lrst Circuit. Territory or Hawaii. In
Probate; nt Chambers. In the Mat
ter of tho Estate of Matilda Hughes,
deceased. Order of Notice of Petition
for Allowance of l'lnnl Airounts nnd
Dlschnrgo In this Estate. On reading
nnd filing the petition nnd accounts
of Julln Elizabeth Hughes, executrix
of tho cstato of Matilda Hughes, de
ceased, wherein sho asks to bo allow
ed J.'tS 9r, nnd she charges herself
with $4,85" GO, and asks that tho
lamo may bo examined nnd approved.
ami (hat a final oritur may be mado
oi tmtriuuuon ot me property re
maining In her hands to tho persons
thereto entitled, nnd discharging her
and her sureties front ull further re
sponsibility as suili executrix. It Is
ordered that Monday, tho 20th day
of May, A. D. 1907, nt 10 o'clock a.
in., beforo the Judge of said court nt
the court room ot the said court at
Honolulu, Island of Oaliu, bo nnd tho
tamo hereby Is appointed as the tlmo
and plnco for hearing Mild petition
and nccounts, and that nil persons In
terested may then and there nppcar
mid show cause, It any they have,
why tho satno should not bo granted,
nnd may present evidence as to who
aro entitled to tho said property. And
that notice of this order. In tho Eng
lish language, bo published In tha
Evening Ilulletlu newspaper printed
r.nd published In Honolulu, once a
week for threo successive weeks, tha
last publication to bo not less than
two weeks previous to tho tlmo there
in appointed for snld hearing.
Dated nt Honolulu, this 13th day
of April, 1907.
(Sgd.) W. J. MOIIINSON,
Third Judge of the Circuit Court ot
tho First Circuit.
Attest: (Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON',
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho
W. W. Thajcr, attorney for execu
trix. 3CCC Apr. 13, 20, 27; May 4.
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