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KVCNINO nULMSI'IN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT 3, 100S.
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WaX I IcWS face rvc .v km )'. nivsilh
lexi, unbelieving, lip peeled nriiuM nt
tin1 pnllld features of Iil-t now foe, true-
111" In lllCIII till? ir.IPIU'SI to tilt' Oil
friend who-c ruin nnd death lie li.ul
rained. The h.iim'lug icrombluncothat
Irnl often vaguely occuncd t;i It t til
when wiitflilns Thompson nt wo-k now
returned l:i double force, lint now. its
111 11 ll.lfll, It WJI1 OMplahlO.1. mill III)
know tli.it lil-i tec.vtary t-'poke the
"Vrx." went on Tlic -j sun In t'.in'
same rhnktd, slruHm: Intimation,, "I
ntu Harry tlarrlsin. 'on urifkcd aiy
father' I If i'. You ilro hlit In suicide.
You blasted Ids nu'ii.ory. You beg
gared hit chlhlieii. I n.e liN noil Hur
ry tinrrlsnn. Now do ;mi begin to
"You hoe, Mr. Vrnliiwrisiit," Inter
clu'll Itcniiett in the M-erePiry's pent
lip rngo itrniiglid the unitN In hU
throat, "my guesswork Ii.ih u fairly ro
Hut Wnliiu tight dlj pot hear. Ho
rtlll ctaieil. ns o:u h;, pn.'.Ucd. Into the
blazing ojes of t'.K' man he li.ul trusted.
"You'e ou'e played me false!" lie
managed to g.ksp nt length. "You
"Hiiro lie has!" out In Ilorrlgan.
"Wh it'll I toll you I-.st summer, Wnln
wrlght? I raid then yo I were foolish
to trust lilr.i so. I ml.l he'd ntnml
watctilii';. The minute 1 et eyes ou
that lantern Jawed, glum face of Ids"
"I'lajed me filse!" rmlteicd Wnln
vvrlght agalr dazed mid doubtlns tlio
o I lei'.iv of l.f.1 own ncime.
"I'layeil you fiit'oV" Je-red Thomp
son. "Phijcd ,voii f.tli'pf Why else
did I lino lie jo ir cenaii'V What elso
hare 1 heeu i.'altliig nil these hurrlhle
yean fori l'e rat nt your desk mill
listened to your u-.'.Iors. never venturing
to uiy lay kj;iI v. as my uivn. Now
jou'll listen to iiu."
"Why du jou bother vltii tho llttlo
trait r. Walnwrlghtr' scoffed Ilorrlgan.
l'.nt the I'.u.iuel' r was standing mo-llonlcs-i,
leaning on the table, his tin
j'erj spasmodically gripping Its edge till
the knuckle grew white. Ridiculously
HUe n cowed prisoner before the bar of
Justice, liolaceil Ills fiery eyed joung
They pent for me," went on Thump
i.on biokcnlj'. Jerkily, scarce Intelligi
ble mi tht suppressed hatred of u dec
ndo battled for expiosslon. "They sent
for mo. My fnther hud Killed himself.
My mother lay ileiul, struck down by
Krtcf. Our honored old natno whs do
Jlled. Jty slater wns n pauper. Who
had done nil this? You! Oh, they
hublicd It up,
but I found It
out! I found It
out! And by my
ther's body I
knelt nnd sworo
I'd pay you for
It. I'd pay you
If It cost ino my
life. I would
ruin you liinume
and fortune, ns
you ruined my
father, mid then
"Iwil (lien J'it Ull I'd kill you, ns
you, ua ioii killed you killed lilm!
nil father." I'd"
With nn effort that left him haggard
nnd trembling, Thompson forced him
nelf to calmer speech nnd continued:
"I mnuoiod jour iidveitl(.oineiit for
a secretarj-. I had no experience, yet
out of ninety applicants you choso me.
That was fate. I knew then that ono
tiny I Kboiild havo you at my feet, nu
now I lime. Kuto fought for me. I
made myself ueccuary for jou. I
obeyed your haulest orders. I found
out way to please you. I fetched and
curried for you. I ran to nntlclpato
your lightest -wish, us though I wns
your ndorlug eon. It was 'I hopo
you're satisfied. Mr, nnd 'Let mo do
that for you, Mr,' nnd 'I tun glud to
voik oiertlmo for jou, sir, any time
ynti wish,' ihllu every mlutito I had to
light hard to keep from striking jou
"I must go!' groaned Wnlnwilght,
shuddering. "I can't htnud this. I"
"Oh, I madu you thlnU mo n iiaru
Koti!" resumed tlio youth. "You took
to testing my hopesty aud loyalty In
eleier wnjs that you 'thought I'd never
tllscouT. 1 stood thd tests. Then you
trusted me. You fool! As If tlio fact
that I wasn't n ctook proed 1 wusn't
your enemy! You could fcco no fnrther
than dollars and cents. When I didn't
uti'iil those or bell thu market tips you
!iivo mo you thought I was IncorruptU
bio and ilcvuled to your Interests, And
ulUho tlm.. l"r-, .
&7ie New Mayor
on 6JT.Broadhurst's Successful Play
-i'Yoii lvcro" listening nt tne keyhole
that day Inst summer," broke In Ilor
ilgau, "the time I pulled the olllce door
"Then nnd nlwnys," answered Thomp
son, "and," liu ndded, his eyes return
ing to Wulnwrlghl's, "I copied every
confidential telegram or letter jou sent.
I took down In shorthand every private
Inter lew of yours. I tracked the
checks that completed jour deals, nnd
when they caino back from the vaults
ns vouchers I stole them. I've got
proofs, I tell yon proofs of over'
woo I, cd transaction you havo dnbbled
In for nine years. I've secured proofs
of every Mop In this borough franchise
bribery, aud I've turned thcni nil over
to the mnyor heie. That evidence will
send -ou to stnto prison! 'To 'state
prison, 1 toll j'oul To a cell, with
cropped hair nnd striped suit! I'll send
you to prison, where you'll brenk your
heart nnd Ixj branded forever ns n
co:ilct! And when your term Is up
I'll bo waiting for you, nnd I'll kill
you I Do jou hear me, you foul cilm
lu.il?'' ho shouted, screaming hyster
ically nnd foaming nt the mouth In his
abandonment of Insane fury. "I'm go
ing to kill you! To kill you!"
UNDlilt the maulnc fury that
blared from Thompson's eyes
Wnlnwrlght shrank back In
"IIo's he's innill" cried tlio llnnuelcr.
"Don't let htm at mo!"
I'ur Thompson seemed about to hurl
lilmftclf ou his foe.
"(3o easy, son," adjured Thclan, lay
lug n restraining hand on the secre
The latter, recalled to himself by tlio
pressure, relaxed his tense, menacing
ntlltude nnd, with hysterical revulsion
of feeling, sank Into a clmlr, buryhig
his face In his arms on the tablo before
"NIuo horrible yersl" ho sobbed brc
kouhy. "Nine nwful years of slavery,
of debasement! Watching, hating,
longing to crush htm, mid, oh, thu lime
has come, thunk Oodl Thank God!"
'You're all In, hull" muttered I'he
Inn, passing nu arm about the slinking
jnutli nnd lifting him to his feet.
"Cumo lib me. I'll send out and get
you a bracer."
Thompson, exhausted by his emo
tions, olieyisl ineckauleallj-, but nt tho
further door paused for n moment and
again fixed his wild, bloodshot eyes on
Wnlnwrlght's haggard face.
"Itemembcr," lie threatened, his
volco dead and expressionless, "when
you get out of Jail I'll Lo waiting for
you. Aud ns sure as Uod's Justlcu lives
I'll kill you ns I'd kill a dog! Nino
years waiting nnd-I'll murdir you ns
j-ou murdered my"
I'liolaii had forced hlui over tho
threshold, mid tho slamming of tho
door behind the two seemed to break
the strange spell that had fallen on all.
Walmvrlght straightened himself,
glanced fearfully about, tried to re
gain his shaken composure and opened
his mouth to speak. Hut tho hurried
entrance of Williams prevented him.
"Mr. Ilorrlgan," gasped the excited
newcomer, "I've been looking over1
where for youl"
"What's wrong now?' snapped tho
"The llorougli bill's como up nt Inst,
"The gallery crowd's rough housing
tho placo? Then"
"No, they're quiet as death; too quiet.
And they have loug ropes, nnd they're
Btrlnglng them over the"
"Call In the police, then!" onlcred
Ilorrlgan. "Now's tho tlrao for thein."
"I don't dare," protested Williams.
"Those men hi tho gallery' are desper
ate. They're dangerous. If"
'Tho police" Interrupted Iieunett
sharply. "What are you tnlklng
"My orders!" returned Ilorrlgan. "I
sent for them. Tell them to"
"Don't do It!" commanded Dennett In
"Do as I say, Williams!" counter
manded Ilorrlgan. "Havo thein In
'T'helau." Interposed ltennelt ns the
alderman, having left Thompson In oth
er bunds, caino Into tho room, "go to
tho sergennt In charge of tlio poll'co
Mr. Ilorrlgan sent for. Tell lilm 1 say
ho must keep his men where they nra
and take no orders except from mo.
"I sure do!" grinned l'helan, with a
delighted grin nt tho wrathful Ilorrl
gan. "An' I'll see thoy"
"You need not trouble!" crouked
Wuluiulght. his throat dry and con
stricted With fear. 'The bill Is with
drawn!" "That goes!" coiroboraled Houlgan.
"Do you hear that, Williams? Mr.
Wnlnwilght withdraws the Itorough
bill, Attend to It l'l it rush, nun. Never
mind nliout tho police."
"Well, l'llead Ilonlgau," blandly ob
served l'helan ns Williams hastened
out, "I told yir.i I'd cross two Micks of
dynamite under jmi hjiuii day. Like
wise I done It."
"What hud ou to"
'Toilo with sm.ishln' jo'i? Only that
I put h'a honor on to the bill In tho
first plaio an' then slcl.ed hlui ou to
Unbelts an' disco; ei'ed Thompyou an
tiizi Li3i-' -i.-v i' "i it. 'iiuj!i
B Ac !s ' JBpr. -,
tSaTi A$aaaKj'Tk al
Af aaf A' U.T KVMHBI
hhotit nlC lint Tguess It's "enough" fo
make jour p'lltlcnl career feel like It
hnd n long line of carriages drlvln'slow
behind It. Chesty Dick, my old chum!"
Ilorrlgan had turned Ids back ou Ids
lctorlous tormentor nnd was facing
"Heiinolt," aald he, "you forget I'vo
still got that repoit about your fnther,
"Tomorrow's papers will publish It,"
"No, they won't," contradicted Ilor
rlgan. "That would be bud politics.
The leport will hold over till"
"You're mistaken," Interrupted Den
nett calmly, "I've sent a copy of that
report today to every paper In the city
nnd have accompanied It with n Mate
inent that I Miall make good to tho
city treasury every penny overcharged
In tho library und aqueduct contracts.
Itorrlgan was staring at lilm open
"Bennett," lie muttered In genuine
wonderment, "I don't know whether
you're tho craziest fool or the cleverest
politician In the slain."
"Your honor," humbly pleaded Wnln
wrlght, who for several minutes hnd
lieen trying In valu to draw Dennett
aside for n private wonl. "I mil mi old
man. Is them no way of of showing
me mercy In my"
"Yes," retorted Alwyn. "You shall
receive exactly tho same mercy you
have alnnys shown to jour own finan
cial enemies tin inoie. no less."
"Oh. cut out the whine, Wnln
wrlght!" Micered Ilorrlgan In high con
tempt ns ho linked his arm In tho
broken Humidor's nnd hnuled him
roughly from the room. "What's hap
pened to j-our none? You're nlmost
ns bad ns (llbbs. You're still rich, aud
ns long us jou've got plenty of cash no
law In America need ever bother you.
There's lots of talk about Indictments,
nnd nrrosts, mid Investigations, mid
prosecutions, nnd all that sort of rot.
Hut I don't seo nny millionaires going
to Jail. Como on across to my law
yer's." Tho boss nnd financier departed with
out a backward look, leaving I'helnn
and Dennett nlono ou the Into scenu of
"Say, your honor," observed tho al
derman slyly, "there's ono very Impor
tant engagement you've clean forgot.
Bit right where you are a minute, an'
I'll send tho party hi here and sec thnt
nobody butts In o:i you till you want
'em to. Oh, but we didn't do a thing
to Ilorrlgan! He'll have to wntch
wbjch way his loes point to seo wheth
er he's goln' or comln'l"
Tho alderijan sped on his mission,
leaving Alwyn seated alone, dejected,
miserable, I., tho deserted coinmlttco
Now that tile crisis wns past, his
heart wns rrangcly heavy.. Ho had
won. Hut nt what cost? At tho loss of
nil ho held u'enr.
Alwyn Dennett knew, too, that the
real fight wus but Just beguu-n light
that hud waited since the woild began
and must Inst to Judgment day -the
hopeless, uphill battle of decency
ag:ihi3t evil, m' honesty against graft.
Ilorrlgan's sneering words. "I don't
seo any miillotiulies .going' to Jail,"
stuck dlsag.ee.ibly ly the young may
or's memo.'y. Their brutal, bald truth
- Jarrid on his Uj-
lief hi the Inevi
table triumph of
good. After all
was the dreary.
nelf f aerltlclng
(jf' la,tie agalm
f fn.. ,.. ., i. ...
. "Ull" "',
Jul i uiiiii ine gre.u
god graft uvel
be checked In
hl mastery or
the iiirth? If
A r it m 1 1 e of
Alwjn In i. u liU
"Dal Ins!" he
ing, lis be sprang
to his feet half
dazzled nt the
"l llH'lOU."' hhcunUX,
that tmiifcfot'iiiiMl her face.
Slowly she caino toirurd him. her
glorious dal it ej es on Ills, her white
hands oiitMtWchcd In lucsHlblc ap
peal. At hist she Kio';e.
"I low yuni" she said.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
rvR. T. FELIX COURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
TUmoift Tan, rimnlsi,
Wkle. Mart I'-iicl.M,
ltiih, mil kln l'lHfHfH,
ua'i cvrf uiraurn
nu beuiitjr, Miirliltt
ti4t(Hd tlm lei
vt at htk fcui
U o luimle
13 iroyvfj md.
(fit vt HuiUii
i ftmt. Dr. h. A.
tiir t a M to ft
Ilf or tb laut
ton (a pfttlmti:
"A you lailiti
will uu tlirai,
I tecum in tna
(luat-niiilM rreidn ni bi lt tmrniful of all ulia
i kiiii i return lutu' rrri Pjrimorujiiii na rancr
1 OuuJ litis urilntbQ UtitUJMtcCJUaili uA t.uropi.
s,A j$ "fir (($)
fHO.T.H0PWK5,Prcp.. 37 EuitJ.ntJ SIrett, hhl
During hot Suinmei' weather men,
women a ml children will drop down
from sunstroke nnd lient prostration,
If tho constitution Is weak
Kvcrjone should, during these hot,
humid dnys, bo on guard l.lfe de
pends on care. Keep tho uoily
strong and vigorous, shun lto water,
unrlpo fruit. Knt and drink with
discretion. Put n Icaspoonful of
Duffy's IJure Malt Whiskey In each
glass of water you drink. It kills nil
disease germs. Prescribed us n fntu-
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cheeks the glow of perfect health,
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strengthens the heart notion and pu
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Duffy's Pure Malt Whlskcj Is nn
absolutely pure distillation of malt
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have every kernel thoroughly malted,
thui: dcstioylng tho genu ntu! pro
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the most eftcctlvo tonic stimulant
and Invlgorbtor known to selenee;
rottcnod by warmth nnd moisture Its
pnlatahlllty nnd freedom from Inju
rious substances render it hi that It
can ho retained by the most renal
If weak and run down, take a tea
spnouful four times n day In hull a
glass of milk or water.
DulTy's Pure Malt Whiskov Is sold
throughout tho world by druggists,
Siocers and dealers, or shipped di
rect for $1.00 per bottle.
If In need of ndvlco, write Con
sulting 1'hynlclau, Duffy Mnlt Whis
key Company, Rochester, New York,
stntlng j-our case fullj'. Our doctors
will send you advice free, together
with a handsome illustrated, inedlc.il
booklet, containing homo nf the many
thousands of gratifying lottcis re
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If you cannot nrocure it at 70ur
local stores send direct to Duffy Malt
Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. 1.
E. M. BROWN IN
'SANTA CM BUSINESS
The Santa Cruz Trlbuno publishes
the following regarding Kmh rt M.
Iirmvn, formerly with the II ul lot In,
and well known tliiiiughoui the i
lhnbert M, Drown, who h.if. iViw
much In moiti'iiilze the led .
market In Santa Cruz bv tho Jiidieloui
iiso of pi Inter's Ink mid llkewlae plaei
lilm nt the head of tho list nmoirr the
cuturpilslng real oxtato operator- nl
tho county, has, nfter duo eon ,tdi i i
Hon, wild u half Interest In his biisl
iicss to DuUd I.. Wilson, n pupul. i
joiing iniui who was born In Sjiiii
Cruz mid received his early education
In our public schools. The noiv 'Inn
nnmo will bo Iliown & Wilson ami
Mill continue to do business nt the oil
stand In Kay's Drug Slnio. localc.l op
poslto tlio St. (Icoigo Hotel.
Mr. Wilson la no lIi anger to Mi
Ilrown ns their ncqiialntaiiceshlp dales
back' to twenty-ouo jenni ago when
they were schoolmates attending tho
Ilrnuclfoito school. Tor several yenrs
Mr. Wllran hns been lorali'd nt Daven
port, Washington, whero ho owns con
sldcniblo vnlunhlo real c3tato.
Cen't Empty The
Andrew r.lr.n of Porensfii ft Larson
incriluiiit tailors of Rilt Ijiki, l.'liy huh
su low with kidney iIIwiiho ili.it lin mum
In Iks noil iliiilli vai lonkiMl for'ulinost
Too treatment wns rlianceil. Ito e.
Ban to mi nil. Ills purtner imoneil the
doctor he was slightly better, Tlio doc
tor replied. "It nukes no illircn-nm It
l ns Iniposslblu for lilm to recuier ns It
lc to cniiity tho ocimn."
Thu proKri'ss una so slow that thu pa
tient would Bit illscoiiroieisl nnd rend our
Iwolj for ii tinier, lie n.iyH ho thinks ho
rend It ii liiindrid llmis. Hut tlio day
ho llnUhed the third dozen ho wus haclt
to l.uslncsH. Woniler what his physician
llilnks nhout eniiitylnu thu oiiiin.
I'hyslelans call Kidney trouhlo Nepli
litis, i'hls imam liilI.iinuia.tlon of tho
TIih old diuretics (kidney medicines)
uro kidney ,rxrlliiiita. No wonder tho kid
ney ilialhs lmn doubled.
l'"ultori'H Ill-mil Compound Is tho rirst
miccMsfiil kidney I'liiolllent thus reil
nil kidney liillammallon nnd fiiiilriilllnir
kliiney trouliles that havo relud ull
knonn tri-iitiii-nt us In tho uhovu Halt
Uiku case. I.lteiuluro malted fieo.
JOHN J. rt'I.TO.V CO.
, , , , ., Oakland, Oil.
Honoln u Drug Co, fort Ht.. urn our
i!io !Val. ',"'"" ' fur bimonthly1
lliilletln of hitu iicnwrles. s '
FIRST CABINET SSHVICE
ItlO HOW Cllllirh lent- lelll ,i,i,..i .,1
Central Union tonwriuw inoinlng with
urn uoini.'iiinion serUce. At 7.30 p.
in. tho Yuun Mon'a Cnldnm ,lIii ,.i
onu of their Popular Sunday Dvenlngs
Kor Men. . Dr. Do Korcnt, the blatea
man missionary from Japan, will be
ino spcnicer. it win )0 u new uxpor
lenco In Honolulu to (.ar nu epunoiit
of tho very Idlest pluiho of Inienm
thjnul Clirlntlim propagniidii Dr. Do
1'iirest's nddiesues havo uccasliuinil
W do remark In tho Hulled States,
whero ho has conducted a rumaikulilo
campaign for tho past year. Ills topic
will bo "Tho llanlers Ilutteen tlio
Kast and thu West."
Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
li 4 to 7.
Requires something to
put vim and vigor in
one's system. There
is nothing so satisfy
The ingredients and method of
manufacturing this soap combine
to make it the best article of the
Kind and it is a
Your Grocer will supply you.
Our City Afford
To So Quarantine?
"Should the ptacuo contlnuo to show a market! tn
crrato our city probably lll bo quarantined. This
Villi brink' rutn to our people and our houici. Thli
Plague Is primarily a dlieaaa ot Ibe nu" The Cltlittu'
offer $100 reward tonnvona nsine Stearns'
) Electric Rat and Itoach I'uto who does not find
it succesiful in killini? off rats.
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste Is sure
death, dtiiing tho dangerous rats out of the houso
to die. It Is the only guaranteed rat poison, and
should, for your own protection, be placed in rat
holes and beneath lloors and covered places every
where. You cannot aflord to talto any chances ol
quarantine exterminate the rati with Steams'
2 oi. box 23c; 10 oz. box CI.OO.
Sold by druiriElfU and fenerat atores everywhere or
aent direct rrapaU an receipt at price.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.
ASSIGNEE'S OF MORTGAGEE'S NO
TICE OF INTENTION TO FORE.
CLOSE AND OF SALE.
Notice Is heiehy glieu thnt pur
suant to the power of snlo rontalncil
In thnt certain tnoitKiifio, dated tho
21st day of Uerembor, 130", madu
by I. Sltv.i end wife, ot Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
to tho Western nnd Hawaiian Invest
ment Company, l.ltnlled, Mortgagee,
nnd recorded In the olllce of tho Hos
lstrnr of Conveyances, in Honolulu
aforesaid, in Liber 2H, ou lMges
.172 to .171, Inclusive, and nMlRiied
to John (J. Corroa by AsslRnment da
ted August 21, 190R, nnd recorded 111
the Oinro of said Registrar In Mbor
309, pago 129, the nsslgneo ot tho
mortgagee intends to forerloso said
mortgage for condition broken, lo
wlt: tho non-nayment of iirlnclnal
I when due.
I Notice Is Illtewlio given hereby
that tho property covered by said
Moitgngo will bo told nt public auc
tion by James r. Morgan, nticttmicor,
lat his omco, 8f,7 Kauhumanii Street,
I Honolulu nforcBald. on JInnday, tho
1 13th day of October, 190S, lit 12
o'cloek noon of said dnv.
The property covered by said Moit-
gage and Intended to ho sold ns nfoie-
't,.ilil consists ot the following:
All that certain pleic or parcel of
land situate on tho Iliva sldu ot I.l-
llllni Street, Honolulu aforesaid, bc-
llig fiOfeot ou I.lllha Street nnd 90
I feet deep; And being a portion of
ltoynl Patent r.CIS, h. C. Award 11 II
jto l'lllktin, nnd devised to wild P. Sll-
va, Jlortgngor, by Will of Thomas
Sllvn, duly entered Into I'rubnto.
Together with all the Improve
ments, rights, easements, privileges
and appurtenances thereto belonging.
Terms: Cash, I'nltcd States gold
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
I'nr ftnther paitlrulars apply to
V. C Arhl, Room 1, Mrlntyro lltilhl
Ing. Honolulu, attorney for the As
signee of tho Xloitgngce, or Jiinies R
Morgan, nuctlonecr, S57 lCnnhuinanit
Dated nt Honolulu, this 19th day
of September, 1H0R.
JOHN (5. COItRKA.
Asul-nee rT tho Mortgngeo.
4110- Sept. 19, 26; Oet. ? 10, 19.
IV THE CIIICI'IT COURT OK TIIK
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Cliambors; In Probate. In tho
! it: or or the i:.U.tte Of Selklchl Shl
R"nshl, Deceat-ed. Older of Nnllca
of Hearing Petition for Admlnlstrn
tlon On reading nnd nilng the pcll.
fltiun or O. T.ishlro. a friend of thu
widow of deceased, alleging that Sel
klchl Shlgejoshl of OkliiKt, Japan,
filled Intestnto nt Oklura, Japan, on
jtlio Jril day or Mnich. A. IJ. 190S.
leaving iirojicrty in the Territory or
Hawaii necessary to bo administered
jiipon, nnd piuying that lotters of nd-
iinlnlstratlon Isitte to lilm. tho bald
u. insiuro. It Is ordered that Mon
day, tho 2nd day of November, A. 1).
1908, nt 9 o'clock a. in., be nnd here
by i3 appointed for hearing said peti
tion In the court room ot this court
nt the Judiciary bulldlnir. Honolulu
O.ihu, nt which time and placo all
poruous concerned may appear nnd
show cause. If nnv thev hnvo. win-
said petition should not bo granted.
und that notice of this order bhall 'm
published onco a week for ihre,.
Micee'idvo weeks In tho livening Ilul-
Ic,tlii newspaper published In Hono
lulu. Dated September 20, 190S.
tsig.) j. t. in: noir.
First Juiiso nf tho Circuit Court
or tho First Circuit.
(Slg.) JOHN MARCAI.MNO,
A. a. Humphreys attorney for peti
tioner 1110 Sept 20; Oct. 3, 10. 17.
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