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EVfiNlNQ BULT.ETUf,' HONGMJLVfT,
H.i-TltnSDAY, NOV..Br-1909. -,
- Legal Notices
IN T1U2 CIRCUIT COUHT OK TUB
l'lrnt Judicial Circuit. Territory or
Hawaii. At Chambers. lit 1'robate.
In the 'Matter of tho Estate ot Kong
Klun On, Deceased. Notice, to Cred
itor . Notice la hereby Riven thnt
letteiijot iiijmlnlstrntlon have been
lHui'ditu lllahup Trust Company,
Limited, ai, Ailmlnlstiator of tho
JlstntcJof Koiib Klun On, Hte of Sun1
Oh, IHktrlit of Kvvotig Tuug, In tlio
i:niilre of Cliltin, Ueceascil. All
li editors of 'tho estate arc. hereby
notllleit to' piescnt their claims
iiKnlimt the said estate, duly nii
tlientlcated and with proper Nouch
crs, If mi exist, even though the
Bald claims' bo secured b mortgage
upon real estate, to tho said lllshop
Trust t'onipiny, Limited nt Its or
flee, at No. 1)24 ltethel street, In said
Honolulu, tvithln six months from
tho dale hereof (which Is tho dato
ot the, first publication ot this no
tlro),' otherwise such claims, If any,
will be forecr barred. And all
persons Indebted to tho said estate
nro hcrebj notified to miLo Immedi
ate payment to tho undersigned as
sitrli ralmlnlstr.itor. Ditcd at Hono
lulu, October L'Gth, 1909.
1IISIIOI' TIU'ST COMPANY, LTD.
tft Administrator of the 12s
tato ot Kong Klun On,
' Occeascd .
1 150 Oct 20, Nov. 2, 9, lfi, 2.1
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- Honolulu, T. H.
for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT 1FANT9 aro peculiarly susceptible to, opium nnil Its various prep
arations, all of which aro nircotlc, Is well, known. Even In the'smallcst
doses, If continued, theso opiates camo changes liijthij functions and growth ot
tho cells, which aro likely to becomo permanent, caii&ln;r Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics in later life. Nervous diseases, suili
as intractablo nervous dyspepsK and lack of staying powers, aro a resultot dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In their infancy, Tho rule nmong
physicians is that children should never recclvo opiates in tho smallest doses for
mora than a day at a timo, and only then if unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodj ncs, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a phjsiclan cannot bo too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should not bo a party to It. Children who aro ill need tho attention
of a physician, and it is nothing leu than a crime to deso them willfully v till nar
cotics. Castoriacontalnsno narcotics It It bears tho signaturo ot Chas. U.Tlctchcr.
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AIRED IN COURT
Details of. Mismanagement
In Mix-up of Spreckels
An nnswer va nicil cstcrday In
the superior ourt fijh tho San
1'iniiclsco Call by Attorneys Morris
on, Cope nnil llrobccK anil Joxeph J,
Dunne, counsel for the oceanic
steamship compan), lu tesponso to
the suit hroucht by iludolph nna
Claus AtiRUstus Spreckels, as execu
tors of the will of Claus Sprccltcls,
to havo tho Union trust company
U'tnmcil as trustee o( the botul Is
mio of Uie Oceanic eittmshlp com
pan. The nnsxycr (Itcd jesterday
amounts to n sweeping denial of ev
er charge and nllegitlon made in
the complaint drawn for Iludolph
and C. A Sprocket and accuses
them of acting (u bad rulth In bring
ing the suit. In effect It also charg
es that their swoin assertions
amount to an attack upon tho busi
ness judgment and nits ot their fa
ther. In this connection the answer
calls nttentlon to the fact that eov
cral of tho acts conipl lined of most
coUforously by ,the il itntlfls were,
acts authorized and si.ntloncd by
Claus Spreckels during Ills lifetime.
Denounced Hii Own Politics.
Ous Spreckels who Is now appear
ing as n plaintiff against tho Ocean
ic steamship companv, is shown to
hnvo been during mmt ot tho com
panj's lifetime nn actJo director
of lis nffnlrs, and to linc been u
&tVpporter of those a cry business po
licies which ho now denounces ns n
coplalntift wltli his brother, Ilu
dolph, In tho present nction. lloth
ho and his father. Clans Spreckels,
were for many jenrs among tho lar
gest stock holders of tho Oceanic
steamship conipmo and had a largo
Influence In tho iliiectlon of Us af
fairs. Tho nnswer denies that tho affalis
of tho Oceanic stcmiship company
aro controlled by the John D. Sprec
kels & llrotlicra company, or that
John D. Spreckels controls tho Union
.trust company, .luteal Ion being call
ed to tho Jact that ho Is tho owner
of but 21 shares out of n total of
1.G00 of ho compam's stock. An
other chnrgo to the effect that,
tluougli the Influence of John D.
Sprccl els, th'djliohii O. Spreckels Ac
llrothefs compjjaij W1U mado tho
genera ngout of the Oceanic steam
ship cpinpaqf at n monthly salary
of $S,000. 'l? llkowlso denied. The
nnswer states tflat at tho tlmo this
appointment wns made neither John
U. nor Adolph B. Spreckels, now tho
lcil dcfendantslo tho present suit,
were directors of the Oceanic com
panj. Tather Sanctioned Acts.
'lhe appointment of tho John D.
Spreckels & llrothcis company as
general agent of tho Oceanic com
panj, tho answer dcclnrcs, was ma.do
at a tlmo wlieniClaii3 SpricKels and
C. A. Spreckels wcro directors of that
concern, and whllo C. A. Spreckels
was the owner ot n third Interest
In the John I) Sprockets & Iliothers
compan). In other words, tho ory
thliifc now objected to so violently
by Iludolph nnd'C. A. Spreckels, ni
cocutors, was a. thing which their
father himself functioned, and to
which C. A. SpuchclH was a parly,
both as a dUcploi of tho Oceanic
stcamslilji (omp.iiiy and aa tho own
er of n third Interest In tho John
U. Spreckels & Brothers compan).
Tho nnswer to tho complaint if
ferts that of the C09 bonds ot the
Oceanic steamship company claimed
to be held by Iludolph and C. A.
Sprcckols ns execulors of tho 'will
of Clauj SprttkoU 304 havo been
distributed J) djjidcj of court to the
widow, Anna C. Spieckcls.
Bond Holders Sicn Waiver.
it Is ndmitted that tho Intciest on
the bands ot the. Company tailing
duo on Tii mm 5 l and July 1 ot this
)ear waH"not paid, but It Is asserted
that this was hcciuru mote than a
inajoiity of the bond holders of iho
compan) signed a wuher lequestlng
and liistilatlug tho Union trust
company, aa tiustie, not to pay the
liiteiest ,ln nerendance with n def-
Inlto clause of tho tiust agieement.
Attention Is also called to tho fact
that Clau SpirikclH himself sighed
one such walu.
lu aiiHWei lo tho chaigo that tho
tliisleo failed lo redeem all bonds
with llio sinking fund on hand It
Is lemaikcd that tho tiusteo ledeeiu
ed.all the bonds It could sccuio nt
,ttif)ifipnablo pilco and all that wcio
ciiTeVirt'lt, t Hh tho exception of 10
bonds which weio nffeied to tho
plfllntlrts ct ',;. ,'llils nffei. It was
aijin'il, w.ih rtjido In liad fallh and
foi tho nilo imiiposo of enabling
them to l.ii tho foundation foi thu'
pichcnt suit, foi at thu tlmo of tho
itiidui the mirkut aluo lit tho bonds
was but l).
Trust ARieemcnt Observed.
'Iheto Is now accumulated In tho
hands of the tiustee, It Is .incited
1 10 1,0(1(1. loss Jliilt JJJl.OOO nt which
nils spinl lu tho iodcuiitlon of "
bonds it about 60 per cent ofv then
face due 'fhe aciuniulatlons con
sist of tho amount realized fiom tho
rale of ceilalu ships, fiom the lu-
IHE country is
flooded with soaps
which look like,
and claim to be, as good
as Ivory Soap. j
They are imitations;
and, like all imitations,
they lack the peculiar
and remarkable qualities
of the'article which they
Ask for Ivory Soap
and sec that you get it.
994o Per Cent. Pure
tcrcst paid on the sum In In ml as i
commercial deposit and from the In
surance recehed from tho loss ot
the steamer Australia. Under tho
trust ngreement tlio Oceanic steam
ship company is gixen the option ot
using available mane) to reinvest or
to redeem bonds, so that It has nev
er nctcd outside its rights.
It is denied that the Oceanic
steamship compnii) tins failed to ear
ly suniclcnt Insurance on its ships,
but, on the contrar, it is asserted
that tho lusurnnco has atwajs been
In excess ot two- thirds the actual
aluo of the essels. Tho values of
the nrlmi3 08cl as quoted by tho
plaintiffs nro declared 'to Le errone
ous mid to take no account of depre
ciation and other matteis.
Account Given for Cask.
'I he steamer Kcnlnmlla, which tho
plaintiffs Included as one ot those
covered b the ti list agreement, Is
said by tho defendant to ha,o'bcon
explicitly eliminated. If was later
sold foi $30,000, which amount the
Occinlc steamship company tinned
lu voluntarily to the trust fund.
A promlssor) nele for Jl, "000, 000
signed by tho Oceanic steamship
company and held by tho John I).
Spreckels fi lliothcis Compiny,
which was nicullonel In the com
print ot Iludolph nnil (lus Sproc
kets, Is explained In full In tho nn
swer. Tho nolo originated as n lo
sult of a $2,S00,000 bond issue for
tho construction and equipment ot
tiio steamers Sonoma, Sierra and
Ventura. The nctual cost of such
Impiovcments was $2,771,000, ami
tho difference of $271,000 was ad
vanced by tho John D. Spreckels it
til others company, ns was n later
sum of $300,000 for tho reconstruc
ts and repair of the Mariposa and
lCvoiy clause of tho complaint Is
gore over In detail and fully an
swered. Tho document ciicln with n
prn)er that tho caso be dismissed
unci that tho defendant bo aw railed
coils most wrongfully Inclined.
DR. KENT OF
Prof. Charles Poster Kent of Ynlo
has for tweut) jears been one of
tho great teachers In tho eastern
states, having classes not onl) In
tho university, but alto nmong
workingmen and In Y. M. C. As.
Ills themo has boon tho Illblo in tho
light ot model n scholarship. lie,
has lately embodied his v.ork lu :t
Lories of text books called "Tho llls
toilcul Iltblc," which aio tho ablest
and best on this thtino lu lnglihh.
Tomoriovv evening in the. pulor
of Cenernl Union church n class will
be organized for the study of thu
Illblo on modern lines, using the
"Historical Hlble" as a text hook.
Eveiono who Is dcslious-or 1 replug
in touch with prcEcnt-dny reverent
Illblo btudy Is Invited to Join this
class. The Icadoi will bo Dr. Scud
dei. Tho class will meet Wednes
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forum, and It mot In Is "I'loin tho
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