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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATE8, FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Tho United States of America,
Plaintiff, vs. Luukla Mahuka ot tils.,
Defendants. Action brought In said
District Court, and tho Complaint filed
In the omen of tho Clerk of said Dis
trict Court, In Honolulu.
Tho President ot tho United Statos
of America, Greeting: To Luukla Ma
huka, William Mi Mahuka, Amol Ma
huka, wlfo of William M. Mahuka,
John Doe and Mary Stiles, unknown
heirs at law of M. K. Mahuka, do
ceased; Ernest Kaal, Richard Roo
and Martha Sllles, unknown holrs nt
law of Simon K. Kaal, deceased, John
Emmeluth, Alethcla Emmeluth, wife
of John Emmcluth, C. R. Dlshop, Tor
tltory of Hawaii, C. M. Cooko, Robert
Lowers, Frederick J. Lowrey. J. F.
Hackfeld, Tiustcc, Edwin M. Brewer,
Joseph Drewcr, Waltor C. Peacock.
Mary Allen Peacook, wlfo of Walter C.
Peacock, Uathshcba M. Allen, M. P.
Robinson, J. 0. Carter, Paul Muhlcn
dorf, as Trustees under tho Will ot
Samuel C. Allen, deceased, J. 0. Car
ter, W. O. Smith, S. M. Damon, A. W.
Carter nnd E. Faxon Dlshop, Trustees
under the Will and of tho Estato of
Ilcrnlce P. Dlshop, deceased, Mary D.
Foster, Heinrlch Wllhclm Ehlcrs,
Paul J. F. Ehlcrs, William II. Poaso,
Arlann E. Austin, Herbert Austin,
Walker Austin, nnd Edith Austin,
heirs at law ot J. W. Austin, deceased,
8. M. Damon, C. M. Hyde, C. M.
Cooko, J. 0. Carter, S. B. Dole, Henry
Holmes and C. R. Dlshop, as Trustees
ot tho Bern'co P. Bishop Museum,
Herbert Austin, Walker Austin, as Ex
ecutors and Testamentary Trustees
undct.tho Will of James W. Austin,
deceased, Christophor H. Lowers,
Mary Lewers, J. A. Cummins', Kapeka
Cummins, wlfo of J. A. Cummins, J.
0. Carter as Trustee under Deed of
Trust to him made by J. A Cummins,
dated October 1, 1S9G; Henry Water
houso Truit Company, Limited, an
Hawaiian Corporation, John Brown,
Jnmes Blar-k, Mary Purplo, and Jano
Blue, unknown owners and claimants,
defendants. You nro hereby directed
to appear, and answer tho Complaint
In nn action entitled ns above,
brought against you In tho District
Court of tho United States. In and for
tho Territory of Hawaii, within twen
ty days from and after service upon
you of n ccrtlllcd copy of plaintiff's
petition herein, together with a certi
fied copy of this summons.
And you aro horoby notified that
unless you appear and answer as
abovo required, tho said plaintiff will
tako judgment forany money or dam
ages demanded In tho complaint, as
rlslng upon contract, or It will apply
to tho Court for any other relict de
manded In tho Complaint.
Witness the Honorablo Sanford B.
Dole, Judgo of said District Court, this
4th day of November, In tho year of
nur Lord ono thousand nine hundred
and seven, and of tho Independence
of tho united States tho ono Hundred
FRANK L. HATCH.
United States of America, Territory
of Hawaii, City of Honolulu, ss.
I, Frank L. Hatch. Clork of tho
District Court of tho United States ot
America, In nnd for tho Territory and
District ot Hawaii, do hereby certify
tho foregoing to bo a full, Iruo and
correct copy of tho original Petition
and Summons in caso United States
vs. Luukla Mahuka ct nls. as tho same
remains ot record nnd on fllo In tho
ofltco of tho Clerk ot said Court.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed tho seal of
said District Court this 4th day of
November, A. D. 1907.
(Seal) FRANK I HATCH,
Clerk of United States District Court,
Territory of Hawaii
THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND
526 California St., San Francisco.
For the hnlf year ending Decem
ber 31, 1907, a dividend has been de
clared nt tho rate of three and eight
tenths (3 8-10) per cent, per an
num on all doposlts, free ot taxes,
payablo on and after Thursday, Jan
uary 2, 1908. Dividends not called
for nro added to and bear the same
into ot Intorcst ns tho principal from
January 1, 1908.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Notlco Is hereby given that the
following persons l)ave been duly re
elected as officers of the UNITED
CHINESE SOCIETY for the year
President, Chu Gem; Vice Presi
dent, Ho Fon; Secretary, Chang Kim,
Asst. Secretary, Chong Jack Lai;
Treasurer, Lau Tongj Asst. Treas
nrer, Doo Fai Sing.
Sec. of United Chinese Society.
Tho undersigned will not bo re
sponsible for any debts contracted In
his name unless authorized over his
3890-lm O. E. H. UAKEIl.
In one of tho fastest baseball games
ever played In tho Rlvcrsldo Junloi
League, tho Chinese Aloha, Jrs., yes
terday scored another shut-out at
Aula Park by defeating the Oriental
A. C. by tho scoro of 3 to 0. Score?
Rapoza umpired tho gamo nnd mado
himself popular In that position among
tho fair sex present His decisions
wcro up to thoso ot Bert Bowers of tho
Tho first Inning started with Ahop
nt bat for the Orientals and ho died at
first. Alona walked Hong Chuck, who
went to second on a passed ball by
Catcher Tom Yen, but was put out In
an attempt to steal third. Both A pan
und Mark reached tho initial bo so on
poor fielding of tho Alohas and Loo
Hon ended tho Inning by going out
from short to Quon Chow. In tho Alo
has' half of this Inning McShano hit
safe over second, stolo that rack on
u poor throw ot Uiu catcher, Kcalohi
struck out and Quon Chew sent n
beaut between short and third, ad
vancing McShnno to third. Ho Llm
followed Kealoha to tho bench after
trying in vain to hit Pitcher Ahoy's
curves threo times. Tom Yen mado
tho third hit In this Inning and scored
McShanc. Hipp got first on four bills
and Chew scored on a passed bait.
Alona flow out to Chang Yau at right
In tho fourth Inning tho Alohas
scored another run, making tho scoro
3 to 0, after keeping tho Orientals
from scoring a slnglo run for tho rest
ot tho eight Innings.
The second game, between Sain
Hop's cracks, tho Aalas, and Jack
Flores' team, tho . Sweet Violets,
caused u good deal of fun to tho two
or threo thousand spectators present.
Sam Hop was playing at right field
and somo of Ills work thcro was moro
llko a school girl playing with rubber
ballB. Sam made a bad error in tho
fourth inning that caused two runs
but by tho good work of his team
mates. Jack's team was finally defeat
cd by tho scoro of 6 to 3.
Scorer W. Tin Chong caught tho two
games as follows:
ORIENTAL A. C,
ABRBHSB O A E
Ahoy, p 4 0 0 0 1 1
HongChack, 2b. ..3 0 110 6
Ah Pau, ss 4
Mark, 3b 4
Loo Hon, c 4
Chang Yau, rf. ..4
S. Awal, cf 3
H. Chow, lb ....3
Sing Tnl, If 2
Totals 31 0 3 3 24
CHINESE ALOHAS, Jit.
ADHUIISD O A E
McShane, If. ..
Kealoha, 3b. ..
Quon Chow, lb.
Ho Llm, rf. ...
Wm. Hipp, 2b.
Jos. Alona, p. .
P. Sullivan, If.
Markham, ss. ..
4 1110 0 0
TotalB 30 3 7 4 27 12 1
Scoro by Innings
Oriental A. C....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Chlncso Alohas,. 2 0 0 1 0 0 00 3
Two- baso hits Awal 1, Alona 2.
Passed balls-loo Hon 2, Tom
Struck out Ahoy 10, Alona 4.
First baso on called balls Off Ahoy
1, Alona 3.
Wild throwB Alonn, Loo Hon.
Umpire W. Ilapoza.
AALA A. C.
ADUDHSB O A
Sam Hop. rf 3 2 0 2 0 0
Kola, 3b 5
Job. Clement, ss. .5
nrltto, c 4
Alex Asam, p. ...4
Leslie, II., 2b. ...4
Corrca, lb 4
Souza, cf, .
Arsla, If. .,
Totals 38 C 3 0 27 15 3
SWEET VIOLET Aj C.
ADR nil SU O A E
Kualll, cf 4
niloy, 2b 4
I. Flores, If 4
Alii), HH 3
J. Flores, c 4
I.anl, rf.-3b 4
H. Rotcrson, p. li
.3 0 0 0 1G 0 1
Totals 34 3 S 5 27 17 C
Scoro by Innings
Aala A. C 2 a 1 1 2 0 0 0 0-fi
S. Violet A. C...0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 03
Struck out Ahas 7, Peterson 1.
Sacrlflco lilt Corrca.
Passed balls Flores 1, Brltto 2.
First base on called balls Oft ABani
4, Peterson 1.
Wild throws Flores, Brltto.
Umpire W. Vannnttn.
n it t:
Mfy BIG SCORE
Tho Atkinson Lcnguo teams dish
ed up somo real excitement yester
day. Tho Drcwcry team won out
from tho Laundry nRgrcgatlon bo
causo of somo genuine slugging at
the bnt. The scoro, 17 to 11, tells
In the second game tho sailor Inda
came through with tho real dona nnd
drubbed the Ocean Views.
The following will explain:
First Game .
Sanitary Steam L,aunory u. vicr
ra, p-c; M. Souzn, rf; M. Itcgo, If;
A. Souza, c-p; M. Perarn, lb; M. Al
ves, 2b; S. Scbold, 3b; Cabral, J.
Martin, bs; M. Lee, cf.
Honolulu Brewery Knlpo, p-3b;
Ross, c; Nnlel, lb; Kalowenn, 2b;
Knhaulclto, 3b; Townscnd, ss; Cock
ctt, cf; Kamana, If; Kaaho, rf; Nlco,
Summary: Homo run Itcgo.
Three-base hits Knlpo 2, Townscnd
2. Two-bnso hits Kalowenn, Town
send, Scbold. Sacrlflco hit Vlorrn.
Loft on bases laundry C, llrowory
9. Struck out Dy VIerrn , Souzn 3,
Nice 4, Kalpo 5. Hit by pitcher
Kaahn. llaBcs on balls Nlco 2, VI
erra C, Souza 1, Kalpo 1. Wild
pitches VIerra 2, Souza 1, Kalpo 1,
Nlco 1. Passed balls Souza 3. Tlmo
of game 1 hour 40 minutes. Scoro
Laundry 110502100 311
Hits , 00 1 10210510
Urowcry 02073131 '17
Hits 0 1 0 3 0 1 5 1 11
Ocean Views Knnpa, p; Rlcnoy,
cf; Ilniloy, c; Makanul, lb; Kahale
wal, 2b; Smith, 3b; Kaowal, ss; Ar
cla, If; En Sing, rf.
U. S. S. Iroquois Drcior, p; Lun
Ing, c; Timas, lb; English, 2b; Aka
nn, 3b; Ayau, ss; Zorbc, If; S. Jack
fon, cf; S. Mnrkhnm, rf.
Summary: Homo runs TlmaB,
Smith. Threo-baso hits Tlmns, llal
loy. Two-baso hit Drclcr. Sacrl
flco hits Kahalewal, Lunlng. Loft
on bases U. S. 8. Iroquois 6, Ocean
Views 4. Struck out Ily Kaapa 6,
Drcior 6. liases on balls Kaapa B,
Drclcr 2. Wild pitches Dreler 1,"
Kaapa 2. Time of gamo 1 hour
43 minutes. Umpire En Sue. Scor
er N. Jnckson. Scoro by innings:
Ocean Views . ..00003301 0 7
Hits 0 1003401 0 9
U. S. S. Iroquois 20000705 14
Hits 3 100 1703 '15
TIE Wit (ill
Maklkl Parte was tho scene ot a
cracking good game of Bocker foot
ball last Saturday between .teams ot
tho Honolulu Football Association.. H
was a hard game all tho way through
but tho teams were so evenly match
ed that nolthor ono could win, nnd
tho gamo ended with tho scoro 1 to 1.
Saturday's contest showed tho men
of tho teams to bo In much better
condition and training than they
hnvo beon herqtoforo this year. They
played together better nnd each In
dividual becamo merged Into tho
team, not trying to win tho gamo all
by himself. All of the scoring was
done In tho first half. In the second
half the Picked Team seemed to hava
the better of It, as they kept tho ball
In the enemy's territory a great part
of tho time, but Jamloson, at goal for
tho Thistles, prevented any chances
ot their scoring.
The star of the gnmo was It. Cat
ton, nt forward for tho Thistles,
though his work was closely followed
by Oray. Other good performers
wero ns follows: Mon Yin, Woo, Fer
nandez, Clarke, Davis, and others.
The teams lined up ns follows:
Thistle Club Goal, Jamleson;
hacks, Dickson nnd Halcombe; half
backs, McKlnnon, Center, and Mac
conel; forwards, Gray, It. Catton, Ma
caulay, (Iraham and J. II. Catton,
PIckod Team Goal, Frazlor;
backs, C. Davis and J. K. Clarke; halt
bocks, W. Chllllngworth, R. Chllllng
worth, nnd W. Chalmers; forwards,
C. Ohs, E. Fomnndez, J, Woo, L, u.
niackmau, and Mon Yin,
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