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BUUETIN ADS. PAY -1
.IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATE8, FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Tho United States ot America,
Plaintiff, vs. Luukla Mahuka et als.,
Defendants. Action brought in said
District Comt, and tho Complaint filed
In tho olden of tho Clerk ot said Dis
trict Court, In Honolulu.
Tliu President ot tho United States
of America, Greeting: To Luukla Ma
huka, William XI. Mahuka, Amot Ma
huka, wlfo of William M. Mahuka,
John Doe and Mary Stiles, unknown
heirs at law of M. K. Mahuka, de
ceased; Ernest Kaal, lllchard Hou
and Martha Stiles, unknown heirs at
law ot Simon K. Kaal, deceased, John
Emmoluth, Alethela Emmeluth, wlfo
of John Kmmeluth, C. 1L )lsko. Tor
iltory of Hawaii, C. M. Cooko, Kobcrt
Lowers, Frederick J. Lowroy. J. F.
Hackfeld, Tiuslce, Edwin M. llrewer,
Joseph Urewer, Waltor C. I'cncock,
Mary Allco Peacock, wlfo ot Walter C.
Peacock, Ualhsheba M, Allen, M. P.
Itoblnson, J. O. Carter, Paul Muhlcn
.lorf, as Trustees under tha Will of
Samuel C. Allen, deceased, J. O. Car
ter, W O. Smith, S. M. Damon, A. W.
Carter and E. Faxon Bishop, Trustees
under the Will and of tho Estato of
llcrnlce P. Ulshop, deceased, Mary E.
Foster. Hnlnrlch Wlthelm Ehlcrs,
Paul J. F. Ehlers, William II. Pease,
Arlana E. Austin, Herbert Austin,
Wnlker Austin, and Edith Austin,
heirs nt law ot J. W. Austin, deceased.
S. M. Damon, C. M. Hyde, C. M
Cooko, J. O. Carter, S. D. Dole, Henry
Holmes nnd C. It. HIbUop, as Trustees
of tho Ilnmlca P. Dlshop Museum,
Herbert Austin, Walker Austin, as Ex
ecutors and Testamentary Trustees
undet tho Will of James W. Austin,
deceased, Christopher II. Lowers,
Mary Lcwcis, J. A. Cummins, Knpcka
Cummins, wlfo of J. A. Cummins, J.
O, Carter as Trusteo under Deed of
Trust tn him mado by J. A Cummins,
dated October 1, 189G; Henry Water
limiKo TriK Cnmpary, Limited, an
Hawaiian Corporation, John Drown,
lames Mlarlc, Mary Purplo, and Jane
lllue, unknown owners nnd claimants,
defendants. You aru hereby directed
to appear, and answer tho Complaint
In nn action entitled as above,
brought against you In tho District
Court of the United States, In and for
tho Territory of Ilnwall, within twon
ty days from nnd after Borvlco upon
you ot n ccrtlllcd copy of plaintiff's
petition herein, together with a certi
fied copy of this summons.
And you aro hereby notified that
unless you appear and answer ns
above required, the said plaintiff will
Inko judgmr-nt for any money or dam
ages domanded In tho complaint, as
trlslng upon contrnct, or It will apply
to tho Court for any other relief de
manded In tho Complaint.
Witness tho Honorable Sanford D.
Dole, Judge of said District Court, this
4th day of November, In tho year of
our IyOrd ono thousand nlno hundred
and seven, and ot tho Independence
of the United States tho ono hundred
FRANK L. HATCH,
United States of America. Territory
of Hawaii, City of Honolulu, ss.
I, Frank L. Hatch. Clerk of tho
District Court ot the United States of
America, In and for tho Territory and
District of Hawaii, do hereby certify
tho foregoing to be a full, true nnd
rorrect copy of tho original Petition
and Summons In case United States
vs. Luukla Mahuka ct als. ns tho same
remains of record and on fllo In tho
offlco of tho Clerk of said Court.
In witness whereof, I havo hereunto
ect my hand nnd affixed tho seal of
Kutd District Court this 4th day of
November, A. D. 1907.
(Seal) PRANK L. HATCH,
Clerk of United States District Court,
Territory of Hawaii
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
Pnssengeis traveling by tho S. S.
"MONGOLIA" for San Francisco on
or about January 12th next, will bo
rcqulrod to comply with tho follow
ing quarantine regulations, viz.:
CAIIIN PASSENQERS must report
dally nt tho olfleo of tho United
States Marino Hospital Scrvlco, nn
Allen Street, between tho huuis of 10
and 11 A. M. for live days beginning
with January 7th.
STEGUAOE PASSENGERS must
report nt tho wharf foot of Fort
Street not later than 9 A. M. on Jan
uary 7th, whence a lighter will con
vey them to Quarantine Island. Their
baggage will bo dlslnrccted and
themselves detained In quarantine
until sailing time.
Tho ubovo regulations will ho
II. HACKFELD & CO,, LTD.,
Agents, Pacific Mall Steamship Co.
Tho undet signed will not bo re
sponsible for any dobts contracted In
his nnmo tin less authorized over his
3890-lm O, E. II. IMKElt.
WHEN IN NEED GO TO
J. Carlo Pawn Co.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
hois mm out
Two ery good baseball gntnes
wero seen nt Anln Park yesterday af
ternoon under tho nuBplccs of the
tennis from tho Riverside Junior
League. Tho first game, between tho
Oriental A. C under tho management
of O. V. Mark, nnd tho Aala A. C,
although Interesting, was not up to
(he usual standard. Tho game for
the first few Innings was well played,
but Murk, who was doing tho slab
work for the Orientals, so lost con
tiol In the last part of tho game that
It becamo a matter of easy hitting
for the opponents. Alex. Asnm didn't
find It hard to puzzlo the Chinese
hatters of tho Orientals, nnd with the
good support given him by tho field
ers won the game without tlouble by
the score ot 10 to S.
Who sn)s tho Japanese, team enn't
play tho nntlnnal game? It thoso
who were forttmnto enough to sec
them In action yesterday playing n
game against tho Sweet Violet A. C.
are not plenscd with tho way they
handled the bull, although losing the
game, they don't know the game
themselves. It was ono of tho hard
est fights that tho Violets hnvo ever
had, and they won tho gnmo liy n
closo score of 7 to 0. Tho Sons of
Nippon played their best, and Mnn
nger C. K. Abe was pleased with tho
result of tho game. Tetsugl pitched
good ball nnd ntso used head-work.
In fact, ho pitched such lino ball that
Umpire Ed. Fernandez was surprised
himself. For seven Innings the score
was tied, until tho eighth, when Jnck
became tho hero of tho day by mak
ing n clear homo run via left Held.
Tho score and line-up of both
games were: ,
Aula A. C. Sam Hop, rf; Knla.
2b-ss; J. Clement, c; Alex. Asnm, p;
Arcln, ss-cf; Corroa, lb; Souzn, ab;
Iloopui, If; Hllva, cf; Leslie, 2b.
Oriental A. C. C. Y. Mark, ;
Apau, 3b; II. Chnck, 2b; Ahoy, rf;
Loo Hon, lb; Sing Tnl, cf; Ahoug,
lr; Koon Chow, c; Chang Yau, bs.
Score by Innings:
Anla A. C. .. .003100000 10
Oriental A. C. ..01021100 0 S
Sweet Violets AKo, ss; Riley, 2b;
Lanl, 3b; Joe Pua, Iff J. Flores, ci
Kualll, cf; N. Peterson, p; Llplnl,
lb; Ah In, rf.
Asnhls Arao, rf; Tetsugl, p-ss;
Vutalia, 3b; Tsunlto, If; Steero, p-ss;
Kuyoshl, c; Tetsuo, cf; Hideo, 2b;
Score by Innings:
1234 r, C789
Sweet Violets ..14000002 0 7
Asnhls 00420000 0 0
hre siiiMf i wen
For tho past few years very little
Interest has been taken In shooting
nround this neck of the woods, and
for tho purposo of rovlvlng tho old
enthusiasm, a meeting of tho Ha
waiian Illflo Association was held nt
tho Ilunguldw last Saturday night.
From tho present aspect of things. It
would appear that the Knights of the
Oun havo again como Into their own,
for although no definite plans hnve
been made as ot by tho shooters, It
was decided that a tournament would
bo held somo time In February or
Officers were elected as follows at
tho meeting laBt Saturday: Presi
dent, C. K. Camp; vlco president,
Captain A. W. Necly; secretnry, II.
A. O. fllles; treasurer, Irving Spald
ing; executive officer, J. KIdwcll.
From tho looks of tho following
figures It would nppenr that Jess
Woods Is not the only one who came
out ahead ot tho game. A lettor has
been received from tho Hilo Baseball
Leiguo In which thoy say that thoy
weio far from tho ragged edge on
tho giuiitf played with Miqua Flsh
ci'k Spaldlngs. Tho following state
ment wn3 given out:
Total casu receipts from all
Total expenditures 078,10
Net niollts 1147.0b
Tho money will bo used In placing
Mgpheau Park In llrst-clnss condition
or ino season or loutf.
Tho educational advantnges which
n breeder may get from poultry
rhows nro manifold. There are
t.trong reni,ons why evory breeder of
thoroughbred fowls ought to do all
that ho can do In reason to mako a
poultry show tn his section n success
nnd n pcrmnnent thing. A live poul
try show extonds tho Interest In
poultry ns few other ugenclcs do .
Increasing tho demand for tho poul-
tryman's goods, and thus affording a
better market for what ho has to sell.
In this way the show benefits him,
though he shows and falls to win.
The breeders' duty on this point
Is, when tho matter Is looked at In
tho right light, clear. Poultry asso
ciations nre not moncy-ipnklng af
fairs. Thoso who promote them oft
en have to go down In their own
pockets to pay deficits. It does not
often happen thnt thero Is a balance
on hand when the bills nro paid.
With tho simple fancier, maintain
ing n local poultry show Is only n
matter ot pride; with tho brocder It
Is n matter of profit ns well. Whllo
ho ought not to put himself In n po
sition where the support ot u show
would fall to heavily on htm, ho Js
much nt fault If he allows the bene
fits, direct and indirect, which n llvo
show gives him, to be withdrawn or
i educed for Inck ot Ills support.
Where tho interest In poultry Is
already strong, the support or ono
breeder does not often matter great
ly; but In tho many sections whero
tho pure-bred poultry Industry ts
still tn Its Infancy, tho support of
ono breeder may mean n great deal
to a show. Of nlds to tho breeders'
bucccss there nre not many more ef
ficient than a live nearby poultry
bhnw.i John II. Itoblnson, In Poul
No better day could hao liewi
wanted than yosterdn lor tho golfers
nnd plcntcers at tho Oahu Country
Club, and besides Bomo very good
scores on tho links a splendid tliuo
was reported by nil. Lunch wus
sorveil and sovorul tea-parties wero
Tho courso was laid over unusually
rough ground, anil tho players wero
forced to work for every hole. How
over, some good scores wore mado.
T. Gill carried off tho first prize, a
beautiful silver cup. Austin Whlto
won the (second prize, ajiulutcd china
tobacco Jar, nnd tho booby prlzo, n
Teddy Dear, wns carried off after a
hard struggle by A. Oartenhcrg. Tho
S" g J? S 5!
i s p i r
" a. '
a. . . r
: : :
Geo, Angus G9 C4 123 sc 123
W. H. Unbbltt ...70 71 141 18 123
Oeo. Drown 72 77 149 6 144
W. O. Chntmern ..77 C9 140 18 128
E. M. Cheatham ..84 7G 1C0 18 142
J. C. Evans G3 SS 108 7 101
J. D. (lalnes ...,G4 S8 122 11 111
H. M Olffaid ....S3 S2 105 so 105
II. S. Cray 82 72 1S4 IS 139
T. GUI S2 S3 105 8 97
A. Gartenbcrg ...115 107 222 sc 222
F. Halstcad 55 ES 110 2 108
P. J. Hnrwood ....08 C4 132 IS 117
T. M. Harrison ...71 04 135 18 117
C. Kimball GG OS 131 18 113
W. H. Mclnerny.104 94 198 sc 198
.1. D. McIncrny....G4 GO 124 15 109
F,. H. Paris 74 07 141 12 129
M. Phillips 8G 89 175 18 157
F. C. Smith 69 7C 135 18 117
K. W. Sutton ....08 G3 131 sc 131
W. W. Thayer ...55 G2 117 5 112
II. H. Walker ....57 53 110 4 10G
8. A. Wnlker ....70 G4 134 18 11C
E. O. Whlto 58 C3 120 2 US
Austin Whlto . ...48 50 98 sc 98
C. S. Weight ....57 C8 125 15 110
L Waterman . ...G8 89 157, 18 139
Wm. Woon C7 G3 1301 15 115
V. L. Wnldron ...93 83 17G 18 158
II. C. Wnldron ...83 93 178 18 1G0
C. T. Wilder G9 CO 129 11 113
W. C. Wilder 79 Gl 140 7 133
J. O. Young 59 C8 127 G 121
E. C. Ilrown, II. M. D. Cobb. A.
Ewnrt, C. E. Edmunds, Mark Robin
i on, II. Roth, Alox. Wnlker and Harry
Wlldor did not finish.
Tho Whlto Rock tournament for tho
month of January will take jilaco next
Sunday at Moannlua. The entries will
closo on Frldny noon nt E. O. Hall &
Additional Sports on Page 8
HOTEL AND MILLER STS.,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, PRIDAY
JANUARY 8 TO
Given under auspices of Hawaiian
Poultry Association, with the cooper
ation of Farmers' Institute, Hawaiian
Experiment Station and Bureau of
Agriculture and Forestry.
CHILDREN UNDER 12 AT 10c.
MilriMy1rfeW w.m,4,..a-i. .....m. a--11Vf,ianiMl(yt'in'ii- ,-.,:.. ...,.J