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kvijnino niit.t.irriN, Honolulu, t ii tiu'iisday, nice. 2, mon
. AND FLOWERS
Soldier Boys Getting Into
Form For Athletic
All Ready for Cushions,
On Sale Saturday
Now on Display in our Show
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. .Fort ami Ecrctaniii Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
deduction b'alc Begins Wednesday, December First.
102? Nuuanu St.
Own Your Own
AND STOP PAYING RENT
Aniptmi St. Two cottages; lot 70x103; rent $40
per month ; n bargain $3,500.00
ruumii Six-room cottr.gc; near Lililia St.; lot
- "OxUO 1,000.00
Kapiolnni St. Eiilit toom:'; modern; a perfect
Kaimuki lots, near car line , 350.00
Lusitaniu St. Six room cottnjjo and bath 1,900,00
School St., near Emma Six rooms; u'dahy .... 2,700.00
Hawaiian Realty Co.
Phone 553. 83 Merchant St.
When we tfet your wireless call for HELP,
, we will come to tlic rescue with flood old
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TJhj la'iidM-npegiirdenlnK ill Flirt Do
Hussy which Ins hcun under way
since the iinlvnl of Coinp-iny (! of the
L"nglncors, has tnado many linpiovc
incuts lit tliu post. Thu fences iiimuiil
tlio reservation arc now entwined with
much or inoiulng glnilcs nml other
climbing iilantH while grass i!oIh nru
nlUtlrntlv arranged uroutid many of
the buildings. Mower gardens have
hi en ilanteilat valines places through
Mil the post'iind all or the houses ncc.J
pied hy the mm commissioned officer
have heeli lyoiilly lieaiitineil hy shrub
anil llovvej-s. Tho.tents of ninny of the
iirenibcis of the post aiu now surround
ed hy Kreru plots which Is u Kiont
lyasuio alii In lay the fine sea Hand
nml keep tin? camp In a very clean
condition. Ilntli the lNist Hospital and
the Knglncers now hnvo their own
vegetnblu gardens. That of the hos
pital Is mure' advanced and the sick
men emjoy many dainty dlshcH fiom
tills garden which otherwise they
wi.iild not he nhle to ohtnln. The gar
den of tile Diglnccrs Is. a very large
j hu and In a shoil tlmu will supply
ninny treats for their tables..
(i.mii's on the smaller of the two
f::i in l-li.i 1 1 courts are still In progress
mid the players atu last getting hack
In their old form, allhoiiuh a few of
II. em still show the effect of the !,.!
off during thu Thanksgiving holidays.
Sirgcnut S nicer and Sergeant Hanoi
won a well-pl.ivcd giino fiom l'rlvnles
olcgback' and Fundi hy a scoie of
twenty-one to eighteen. This was I In!
Pitt game of thu evening. I'ilvat's
King nml Terrencu ilaed a line Kami)
npnlust Privates Williams and Stew,
irl and showed that they will he
riming the lop nolehors dining the
Christmas championship games.
The h.iHkethall plaers were out es
lerday and If the hard work which
they are now undergoing Is kept op a
f,ood team will he turned out. The fol
lowing men showed lip thu hest dm lug
the tr) out and will he kept haul at
the play until they fully master the
ftylo of play which Is Intended to he
i. (M heie: 1'ilvates McDougall, Me-
llSriiy, Coiilgun anil l-'arrull. Cnrpoia!
l.nrhour mid l.inerson are training the
men and expect to have two teams ut
Billiards and Pool.
The Karnes, for the championship of
thu camp, were continued last evening
in.il a large nuiuher of spectatois were
I rtscnt to enjoy the play. Thu pool
Kiinies were first on thu ptngr.iiu and
wciu well contested. McLlroy won
fiom Terrencu In thu first Kama mid
lloltvvoti fiom Snder In thu second.
Williamson ami Hacker played the last
iramo and while the former won hy a
icoro of one bundled to eighty-seven It
vas a good game from start to llnlsli".
The lliuils of tlUs jkioI tournament will
bring out soiiio lino games and from
tho play so far It seems as If the win
rcr will deserve all the ciedlt that can
bo given to 111 in. Corporal I'rcosko
lobt his game, at hllllards, to Corporal
l'alse, hut as lm Is thu llrst gainu
lie two men have plajed In this series
I "III will hnu a clinucu to show them
wives ngiilu. Thu hllllard games are
a handicap affair which will miil.'u the
I lay' must liiteiestlng.
Ily special orders fiom lleadiiuart-
erh, 1'ii vales llouser and Nit mien will
I loceeil to thu camp of Meut. O'Connor
loinoirow. They will make thu trip hy
wr.Kim ami will carry supplies Mr Iho
detachment of Knglnecrs near Pearl
tlly. horgcant Hillsborough mid
Private Marcus left Kent l)0 Hussy to
day fiom tho delachnicnt at Kiilinun
end will iu engaged upon tho survey of
una portion of tho Island. Corporal
PmciMin wan this day detailed as a
draftsman nt Kurt Uu Hussy on tho
Inrgo map of this Island, data for
vhlch la bohiK M-nt to this cntun fiom
Hie survey detachments throughout tho
fiitllo Island of Oaliu. Tho men en-
r.iiKfd iitsiu this Hiirvoy aro tho saiuo
tl.nt mapped '' Island or Culit durliiK
Hit oceup.itjoii hy thu Aimy of Ciihau
I'cclllcntlon and mo tuinliiK In thu
smnu class of work In-io that won them
thu respect of tho ermlneors of that
Thu suit of Wesloy KokcI. executor
of the estnln of Sirs. Hell Ounness of
i.apoilo, Ind WhoKh houso huriied In
'!tS. klllliiK Hirer, children, has been
(ompromlsed. tho first Inuiminm rn..
panics nRrecliiB io pny $1000 on Iho
i-mries neiii on tnu projiery.
5 B, It.' near St. Elizabeth
Home ion nn
2 B. It. Kuakini, fir. Fort St . 12!50
in. a. Alewa, below Judd... G.00
SB..R.Sihnack Tract, Nuu.
SB.. It. Partly furnished, Ma-
noa valley 12,00
P. E. R. Straucli
Wnity BldB.v 74 S, KinK St,
Gilman Investigated And
Presents Results For
Hltiiflthlc liavcmetit I thu solution of
ll.c street prohlcm of Honolulu (hat Is
piesented hy .1. A (lllmaii, who recent
ly returned rroin a lour or thu States.
, Mr. Oilman made a thorough lne?tl
CKtlon or the various materials offered
for street must riirtlmi mid dually hit
upon Hie Hitiillthic road material. Iti
ieiy city (hat he Waited he. found
(hat this methiid of street construc
tion has heen n complete succes. One
(r thu exhibits with which he returns
li a section or hltullthlr pavement cut
f,rom Iho roadway of Hancock street
in Hoston, after having stood thu traf
fc of a huiy street for nine years. This
fliows that there is wonderful wearing
capacity In this ro.nl, that it Is not 11
itust pi mincer, clxcs n Rood hold fur
horses, mid prevents uuloimihlles from
Mr. Oilman lieljeves lie has round
Just what thu city or Honolulu wanlH
I eciiusu It has been tried and round
to ho all that was represented' In mi
n any or tho leading cities or thu main
This form or strert construction has
been presented to Supelsor (Julnn of
tho Hffud Comniltleu and ho is veiy
fiiMirahly linpicsscd. Itoad Supervisor
Wilson states that he knows of this
toad material and It Is a success. The
first cost Is laiger than the macadam
load lint the wear does not produce
('11st and the load will least for ten
i cars -or more and remain In llrst class
Business Association Is
Formed By Men Of
(Special In tho II 11 lit-(In)
Wnlliiku, Maul, Nov. 30. On Satur
day evening last, tho "Hawnllnn Pro-
gressho Association of Maul, Limited,"
was organized as an incorporated com-
I any with. capital, of Ko"0 nt $." per
klinrt', wllh privilege of increase of
capital to $10,000.
Tho following officers were elected,
iinmcly: Senator W. T. Hohlnsoii.
pieslilent; John W, Kalua, lcu picst
I'cnt: Senalor W. J. Coelho, secretary;
Hev. I. 11. Kmimchelwa, treasurer; C.
Wilcov, aiidltiir;- Win. Kukonn, P.
rioodness, J. Kalluo, .1, Hi own, Jr., J
Pnlkaka. K. Nicholas, directors. The
nliore constlluto tho Iloanl.or Direct
ors. Tho objects of Iho company are In
engage In thu fishing business, dealing
in land produce, tarn, etc., buying mid
solllirK real estate, mid carrying oij a
general mercantile business. Cciiernl
(.fllces In Wailuku, Maul, The llrst
meeting of thu Hoard or Dlieclors Is
culled ror Wednesday afternoon, nt
which Hie general plan or work will bo
outlined, (li'iiernl enthusiasm prevails.
Petition for charter of Incorporation Is
helm; prepared. , ,
DBEIER TRUST MUST PAY
TAX ON $500,200.
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rnvery of tho aniuunt, Tho isdnls In
vol veil In tho case as outlined hy Des
illy Attorney General Button nru that
on November 5. 1007, August Drelcr
made and delivered to Cecil Drown, as
tl listen, SOW, slimes of tho capital
slock or August Dicier, I.imlled, upon
certain trusts. In the trust deed Aug
list Under reserved lnhlmselfdiiilin;
his llfclline, (ho Incomo from tho
shares or stock; and provided that Mie
1 hart's or sloiik durliiK his llfctlmo
should leiualii In his name iui Iho
books or tho coriHiinllou; mid hu also
retained thu right to olo mid uxor
else all rights or a stockholder. Ho
nlso reserved tho right to rcvoko tho
tt list deed by will, deed or any Instru
ment In willing; mid the provisions or
the trust deed wore only In tako effect
upon tho death of August Dreler,
Dining tho lifetime or August Dreler
the stock leinalued In his nanio 011 tho
books of tho corporation, and all tho
Income mid dividends were paid In
him. Ho did not exerclso Iho power
to invoke tho trust deed.
On .May 19, 1908, August Dreler died
mill upon the sumo day th'u tt 11st deed
wnh lecnrded In tho ofllco or thu Heg.
Islrar or Conveyances. August Dreler
J left other popecty which ho disposed
of by will, and this (Mlier properly has
hfen illstilhuteil and the Inherllanco
lav on the .iluiqf thf1 pfopeily trans.
fined has been paid In full, niter, al
lowing the exemptions piovlded by the
ll herltniice tax law. For this ieiisou,
the Inheillanco tax upon Iho transfer
of tho pinpeily under Iho dust deed, If
taxable, as contendQil h- ,(ho Trejsur-
Once more we call your attention to our Suit Special
at $20.00. The Suits are up-to-date in every particular
and the material of which they are made is seldom seen
in a Suit for less than $25.00. We get our Suits
direct from the maker; that is the reason we are able to
give you the best value for your money. If you want
a CLASSY Suit give us a trial. Guarantee satisfaction
or yoiir money back is the way we do business.
We also haye Suits for the Son as w'ell as for the
Father. Each Suit of popular price and. the material !
will stand long wear. You are sure to find something in
our assortment to please you.
value of such shales lr stock at the
ilcto of August Dreler' death, without
ellovvlns further exemptions. The
value of the shares hr, stock or Aiigiut
Dicier, Limited, nt tho death or. Aug-j
1st Dreler, is conceded to bu f20O.no
per share. Thu aggregatu value, or
2'j!K! shares Is f59,200.00. Thu tax at
2 ier cent upon the transfer or such
stock amounts to $11.8ii).U0, Thu tnx
vas paht under-piotest mid tilts action
liought to recover the amount paid.
It was thu contention of the Tcrrl
K ty that the transfer of the stork to
thu beneficiaries under I (Id trust deed
v.is Intended to tako eflect after Hie
death of Aiignst Dreler nml Hint, roil-
teiuentl the slock was hiiUJi'Ct to the
irovlslous or the Inheritance tax law
In concurring In tills view Judge
Hohlnsoii says. v
"That it was thu Inleushui of the
grantor at the time of the execution
mid delivery or the trust deed and In
lit. execution and delivery, that the
ll lists thereby cicated should beenniu
eieratlve ami thu benefits to In' ik
lived by the execution of such (runts
fcl'imlil take effect 111 possession and
enjoyment only lifter his death. Is, in
my opinion, abundantly manifested not
only by tho leservntlun of thu right
mid power to'ievoku thu said Instru
ment by will, deed, or any Instrument
In w riling, but illso by thu condition
that the shares In question should IO-!
n.tiln and stand In his name on thu
books of the corMratlou, during hli
lifetime, with the right to Mite said'
slock ami to exercise nil thu rights 'it
i. Mix klinlder at any and all meeting t
nml III all baidness affairs of said eor'
I oration, I'mler the express terms till
the Instiiimeiit the beneficiaries there-!
In named were to iioiscxr no benefit
or advantage thereunder until after
the death or tho grantor, mid thefr
light of enjoyment of any part or or
lion of thu property described was
lost polled until thu happening of (rut
, If Honoltlltt had nothini; else but her militnry future to boast of, it would be sufficient. It
is difficult for nuy one to estimate Honolulu's military possibilities with her favorable geograph
ical position and the enormous amount of work contemplate! by the U. S. Government. When
you consider the extensive improvements under way, the large appropriations that have been
made by Congress and the number of barracks and forts being- established, you can readily sec
that Honolulu is going to be the greatest military point the world has ever known.
SCH0FIELD BARRACKS, FORT SHAFTER. FORT RUGER. FORT DE RUSSY. FORT
ARMSTRONG. THE NATIONAL GUARDS. MARINES. ARTILLERYMEN. -AND BATTALIONS
OF ENGINEERS may some day number TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND MEN, increasing the pres
ent monthly pay-roll of $50,000 to $300,000 or more.
GREATER PEARL HARBOR MEANS A GREATER HONOLULU
WASHINGTON. Nov. 11, 1069. President Taffs first work on his return
from his tour abroad was to give his attention to matters relating to the develop
ment of American interests in the Pacific.
One of the vexed questions of the administration nnd department has been the
relative amount of work that should be done in shaping the plans for the fortifica
tions of Hawaii and the Philippines, I , J7)
President Taft today gave his approval to the recommendation of the joint army
nnd navy board making Pearl Harbor the greatest naval center of America in the
Pacific. Temporary equipment only will be nrovided for the Olongaoo naval Sta-,
tion in Subig Bay, and the improvement of Cavite and Manila harbor will be aban-
doned, the theory of the board being that the Army will be relied upon to protect
the Philippines. , '
This decision ii very important in its bearings on the development of the
naval and military policies of the 'country in the Pacific. All the great work of '
the navy will go on at Pearl Harbor.
Admiral Sebree's fleet during its recent visit distributed over $300,000 in Honolulu
within one week. This will give you some idea of what may be expected when the Pearl Harbor
Naval Base is( completed and Honolulu becomes the naval center for the entire Pacific. The pay.
rolls of the fleet that will be stationed at Pearl Harbor, together with the regular monthly pay
rolls of the several forts and barracks in the city will make Honolulu's military ' income run
into many millions of dollars annually. With such a prorciiing military future you will find
us correct in our' claim that property purchased in the KAIMUKI NEW OCEAN VIEW DIS
TRICT today is sure to increase to many times its present value. Our prices $300, for corner
lots and $400 for inside lots, size 75 ft. by ISO ft., with liberal installment terms, give you a
splendid opportunity to mnkc a safe and profitable investment, and secure a beautiful ocean
view homesite. "
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
Rooms 37 and 38 Young-Building, Honolulu, T. II.
ei, Is to wo calculated Upon thu maikot
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