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cvr.NiNo uullhtin, Honolulu, t h., FniDAY.,Auo, 12, 1910.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
hXoIIio Is hercb) given that b)
virtue iiiul lu pursuance of the power
contnlncd In that Lcrtaln mortgage
niiiclo by lllincr J. Urcckonrldge nnd
wife, tit Honolulu, Tcrrltorj of Ha
waii, to Cecil ilrunn, dated Decom
hcr I, 19UC, mid recorded In tho
Hawaiian Rcglstty of Convonnces In
l.fiier 28!) on pages ilfi-l t9. the said
Cerll llrown, mortgagee, Intends to
foreclose Raid mortgage for broach
of thai londltlonti in said mortgage
contained, to wit. the non-payment
ofothe principal and Interest when
Notice Is also hcreb) given that nil
and singular the lands, tenements
unci hereditaments In said mortgage
described will he sold at public mic
tion at the auction room of James F.
Morgan,- on Knnhumnuu street, lu
Honolulu, City and' Count) of Ho
nolulu, Terrllor) of Hawaii, on Sat
nnl.'i), the 20th da) of August, A. D.
1910, at 12 o'clock noon of thnt day.
The property ocred by said mort
gage are as follows:
1. All that certain piece or par
rel of land situate nt Kaluaolohe,
Wnlklkl, Honolulu aforesaid, on the
l.eaht side of Kapahulu Road, being
I.ot 13, lllock G-E, of Kaluaolohe
Tract, mid more particularly de
scribed us follows: Beginning at the
north corner of this lot, being the
west orner of lnt 11 on llooliilu
Itoadi mid running by true bearings
1. S. 74 34' W. 50 feet along
2. S. tf." 26' K. 100 feet nlong
3. N. 74 31' i;. BO feet along
4. N. 15 2fi' V. loo feet along
Lot 11 to tho Initial point,
containing an urea of 5000
fciuaro feet; the w.imo being
tho premlws tonvejed to
the said Hlmer J. llrccken
rhlgc by K, C. Hobron, dat
ed November 5, 1802. and
y of record In tho Havvullah
Heglstry of Cunvc) antes n
Liber 280, pago 275 et scq,
2. All that certain piece or par
cel of land situated at Kapahulu,
Honolulu n foresaid, being known as
Lot 11, lllock G-K, Kauahulu Tract,
and nioro particularly described as
1. S. 74 31' V. 50 feet along
Lot J 2, lllock G.l
2. N. 16 2' V. 100 feet along
Lot 13, lllock C-n;
3. N. 71 34 K. 60 feet along
' ' Hoolulu Street)
4. S. 15 26 L 100 feet along
Lot 9, lllock C-K; con,talli-
liig an area of 5000 square
feet; same being the prcm
iscs conveyed to said Ulrucr
.1. llrcckenbrldgo by deed of
i:. C. Hobron and wife dat
ed December 1, 130G, and
recorded In said Heglstry
lu Liber 28G, on pages 277
279. Terms: Cash In U. S. gold coin
Deeds nt tho expense of purchaser
Dated, Honolulu, July 21. 1310.
47fi July 22. 29; Aug. 5, 12, 19
IN Till: CIUCUIT COURT OK THH
First ClKiilt, Tcrrltor) of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In l'rohatc. No. 4155.
In tho matter of the Estate of I'rank
M Chllds, deceased On reading and
filing the petition and accounts of
Trent Trust Company, Limited, Ad
ministrator of the Kstnto of KranK
M. Chllds, deceased, wherein It nsks
to-lio allowed $154.20 and chaige.l
with $251.19, and nsks that the s,uno
may be examined and approved, and
that a 11 n ill order may bo mudo of
distribution of the property lcmaln
In'g in Its hands to the persons there
to entitled, and discharging It and
Its sureties from nil further rcspon
nihility as such Administrator; It Is
Ordered, that Monday, tho 12th dav
of September, A. I). 1910, at ten
o'clock n. m., before the Judge of
said Coil it at the courtroom of said
Court ut Honolulu, bo and tho same
hereby is appointed as tho time and
place for hearing said petition and
ui ounls, and that all persons inter
ested niny then and thero appear and
shciW cause, It any thoy have, w)i)
tho name should not bo grunted, und
may present evidence as to who are
entitled to the said 'Moperty. Datfad
ut Honolulu, thlH 5th day of August,
A. D. 1910. My order of the Court
vl. A. THOMPSON, Clerk, Clrnil
Court, l'list Circuit. l.nrnuch &
Robinson, attornejs for administra
tor, Stangenwald building, Honolulu
4689 Aug 5, 12, 19, 26.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VALU-;
AHLE HKAI. ESTATK SITUATE.
AT HONOKUA, DISTRICT OF'
SOUTH K0NA. ISLAND OF HA
WAII. Pursuant to n Deciec of Foioclo-
sure mid Rule nindc by the Honorable
W. J. Itoblnson, Third Judge of Hit
Clirult Court of the 1'irst Judicial
Cluult of tho Territory of llnwnl'.
nt Chambers, In Hqulty, on the 5th
day of Mnrili, A. I). 1910, In mi ac
tion entitled, "Paul Muhlciidoif,
Mark P. Robinson, James U, Jaeger
and Mrs. II. M. Allen, Trustees under
the last Will mid Testament of S. C.
Allen, do 'eased, complainants, vs.
Hawaii Laud Company, Limited, re
spondent. Hill to Foreclose Mort
gage," iF.qulty Division No. 1676),
nnd pursuant to the further order of
the Court, dill) given und made on
Hie 7th' dnjof June, 'A. 1). 1910, dl
recti ni; mid 'ordering' n RK-SALK of
the" property described In the Decree
of Foreclosure und Sale herein, nnd
pursuant to the further order of the
Court, duly given nnd made on the
21st dny of July, A. D. 1910, direct
ing mid ordering a R-;-SALK of the
property described In the T)ecree of
Foreclosure nnd Sale herein, the un
dersigned, as Commissioner, duly ap
pointed mid constituted as such by
said decree of Foicclosuro and Sale,
will sell, at Public Auction, to the
highest and best hidden for cash,
subject tu confirmation of the Court,
SATURDAY. THE 13TH DAY OF
AUGUST, A. D, 1910.
At 12 o'clock Noon of Said Day,
at the front (mauka) entrance of
the Judiciary llulldlng. In the City
and County of Honolulu, Territory
of Hawaii, all and slngulnr the prop
erty described In that certain Inden
ture of-Mortgage dated tho 3lBt day
of August, A. D, 1899, mado and
executed by the respondent Hawaii
Land Company, Limited, to Samuel C.
Allen, and recorded In tho Office of
the Registrar of Conve) uncos, nt Ho
nolulu, in Liber 196 of Conve) anccs,
at pages 242-244; said property be
ing situate nt i South Kona, Island
of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, and
being more particularly bounded and
described as follovvs, to-wlt:
1st; All those premises in the deed
of tho Trustees of Knlakaua to T. K.
R. Amalu, elated June 13, 1888, and
recorded in Liber 110, pngo 392, con
taining an area of 1 4-100 acres, nnd
duly conve) ed to said K. K. Amalu
by deed of D. I. Namauu, recorded
In Liber 11-8, page 326, together
with all houses on it;
2nd: Ail the undlvlde'd 340 ncres
of said H. K. Amalu In tho Aliupuau
of Honokua, S. Konji atoresuld, being
the same premises conve) cd to said
K. K. Amalu by deed of Knlkalna add
Kawal, his wife, dated March 1,
1899, and recorded In Liber 191, pngo
Said property will be sold lu two
Terms of Sale: Cash In United
States Gold Coin; ten (107p) per
cent, of the purchase prlco to be
paid ou the fall of the hammer; bal
ance to be paid upon confirmation
if salo by the Court mid execution
Hiid delivery of deed or deeds by the
Commissioner. Deed or deeds at ex
pense of purchaser or purchasers.
For further particulars apply to
Messrs. Kinney, Jlallou, Prosser &
Anderson,' attorneys for complain
ants, ut their offices, 303 Slnngen
wald llulldlng, Honolulu, or to tho
undersigned at his office In the Judl
clary llulldlng, In Honolulu nforc
M. T. SIMONTON,
Dated. Honolulu, July 22, 1910.
4676 July 22, 29; Aug. 6, 12.
AVIATORS KILLED AND HURT IN
SEEKING CONQUEST OF THE AIR
'. Av'ntors Injured. , ,
Seeking the conquest of liie air, twelve uvlulms lime been1-
killed since Scpleni'bcr 17, 1!0X. -,' t
1J08. " ',
j September 17 Lieut. Thomas K. SelfrldgeU. H. A., -fell wllh Or-
llle Wright at Fort Myer, near Washington, I). O.
September 7 H. Lefcbvre Tell In Wright jiiachlne nt Juvlsy-sui
t Orge. Franco. J ' """
September 7 Hna Rossi killed In Roma In machine of his own
September 22 Cnpt. I-onls F. Ferber fell n Jloulogne. Franco.
December 6 Antonio Fernandez fell 1000 feet at Nice, Franco,
after motor exploded.
.laninirj I Leon Detngrauge fell nt llorcteuux, Frame.
April 2 Heibert l.e Mlon Instantly killed, falling ou locks ut San
May 13 Cluiuvette Mlchelln fell nt L)iins, Finnic.
Juno 17 Hiigcnc Spoor foil at San Frunclsiu.
Juno IS Robl fell at Stettin, (lernimi).
Jul) .1 Charles Wachtcr fell ut Rhclnis, Friinic, in Antoltictto
'j monoplane after Us wire ta)s broko.
July 12.- Charles Stewart Rolls tell nt lluuinemniitli, Kngland, in
French-built Wright machine after the forward directing
' piano broko under strain.
- In ncarl) the same peilod thero have ficcn numerous acd-
dents to experienced and w oil-known aviators,
. Hero Is n list of the more serious ucclclcnts:
Ma) fi Lieut. Cnldcru of the Itallnn nriuy fell In a Wright mil-
rhino In Home.
October 18 M. Illanc fell in ciowd of spectators nt Juvlsy,
i November 1 Pncquct'u iicroplnuo ctiught 'lire nt lluniburg,
Jununry 27 Latham fell' 100 root at Cairo, Rg)pt.
Fcbruar) I P.iiilhnii flew through irfenic nt Doncr.
Mar h 13 Hamilton's ncroplnno turned u somcrs.uilt at Seattle,
j May 13 Charles llaldwln fell sixty feet ut Hempstead. L. I.
Mny 14 Cnpt. Hnglchnrdt fell at Jqhuiiucsthnl, Ceriiiany.
May IS M. Nau fell thirty feet ut Juvlsy, France.
' Juno 12 Charles llaldwln fell 150 feet nt Springfield.
June 15 Cnpt. (I. L. Iluinbnu3h fell ut Indianapolis.
June 23 Cnpt. F. S, Cody fell nt Aldcrshot, P.nglmid.
Jul) 8 linroncss ltnmotn!e do la Rocho fell ut ltliolina, France;
terribly injured, hut may survive. ,
tit t t ttt t n t H tif i
DOCTORS MUST KNOW
Attorney-General Rules That Law
Forbids Japanese Taking Exam
ination for License Through an
OLVMPIA, July 30 Neither rneo
nor color nor previous abode shale
afTeet the qualifications of u pructl-
I loner of medicine, nccordlng tu an
opinion rendered todny by Assistant
Attcirney-Gcneriil Vaughn Tanner in
reply to an Inquiry from Dr. Weldcn
Young of the state board 'of medical
examiners as to whether the exam
ination of n Jupuiieso uppllng for i
license to practise medlcino under
the laws of 1909 may bo conducted
through the medium of an. Inter
preter. It Is stuted, hotocr, thnt tho
ublllty to fcpenk und write the Kng
llsh Innguago shall bo a prerequisite
tu the right to practise In this state,
and that tho ueccsslt) uf employing
an Interpreter for the applicant ills
qualifies the latter. Ou this subje-t
the opinion k-ih:
"Section 6 of chapter 192 of the
Inws of ltlOU su)s that 'tho examina
tion shall bo conducted in the Hug
llsh lnngunge.' It would seem thai
this provision Is too clear to adiiil'
of misconstruction. It can only
mean that tho questions mo to be
propounded and the unsweis written
or spoken by the applicant In thu
"In other wolds, the dliect effect
of this provision Is that tho appli
cant must he able to rend nnd wilte
tho HiigHsh Inngungo. The effect of
uuy other construction would ho to
cllmlnitto this section from the law
"It is insisted that this provision
is directory rather than mandatory
nnd thnt, If dlsrcg.udcd by tho
board, the examination would ho le
gal und valid. In our vlow of tho
law It Is unnecessary to consider this
nature of the provision, because It
Is the duty of a public officer to
follow the I""' 8 he "'"I" " lun
the statute books, even though ho
might adopt somo other courso with
out invalidating his hn."
Jl.t.MiKKS MOl'I.D t'llLCK
AUTOMOIIIIjE ".MAIL'S KSS
Association Aihlrct Ciircfiiliirsi In
WIIITI3 PLAINS, N. V., July 30
Tho West Chester County Uankera'
Association believes the people of tho
United States mo "uutoiuobllo crnzy"
and that the bunkers of tho country
ought tu Intervene to savo their cli
ents from this madness. At their an
nual convention, held hero this week,
the association passed resolutions
asking Its members to scrutinize care
fully tho application of those who
want to borrow money for tho pur
chase of automobiles. Tho banks uto
to use extreme caution in discounting
The bankers decline that hundreds
of persons havo put themselves lu
peril of bankruptcy during tho last six
months by moitguglug their homes or
hypothecating valuable securities to
buy machines '
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OFvTHK
First Judlclnl Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii At Chambers. In Probate.
In tho matter of the Kstato of Lai
Hay, Deceased Notice to creditors,
Nollco is hereby given thnt the Inst
Will and Testament of Lai Bay, into
of the City and County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, deceased, Iiub
been admitted to probate by the
above Court nucl Letters Testamen
tary granted tu tho undersigned,
I.'um Sec, widow of said deceased,
the Executrix named In tho said
Will. All creditors of. tho deceased
or of his Kstato are hereby notified
to present their claims, duly authen
ticated and with tho proper vouch
ors, If nny exist, even though the
said claims mny bo secured by mort
gage upon real estate, to Holmes,
Stanley & Olson, Attorneys nt Law,
863 Kaahumanu street,) Honolulu
aforesaid, Attornejs for said Execu
trix, within six (6) months from rcncebtirg. Ky was brought to the
tho dnto hereof (which Is tho dale', local hospital some da.v8 ago fo,'
of the first publication of thin no
tiro); olhcrwlso such claims, If
any, shall bo forever barred, And
oil .persons indebted to tho said es
tate are hereby notified to muko
puV'incnt to tho said Holmes, Stan
ley & Olson, nt tho above nddress.
DatMl nt Honolulu, T, II., July 22,'
1910. LUM SKI!, executrix.
1677 Inly 22, 29; Aug. 6, 12, 19,
EX-CONTEDERATE J i ,
WON'T BE SHAVED
LKXINOT.ON, Ky, July 26. Re
fusing" to p.irL vvrlth bin long, (lowing
whiskers, whltrvl with the tlma that
hnB elapsed 'slnco n couplo of Jenrs. without shaving mo this time."
the surgeons gave in nnn me op
tieatment. Explaining to tho ur
Keons his reasons for rcluslng to he
xhuved, ho said:
"When the war broke out I was
an nrdent sjmpnthlier with the
Southern cause I came In contttcL
with n bunch of Yankees nnd tr
)onng men Romctlmcs do, I talked too
much, with the result that thoy
chased mo ton miles nnd In addition
to shaving inc. gave nic n sound
thrashing, I svvoro right then that
n razor should never touch my faro
again till the South hud won hor
"Thero doesn't seem to bo much
chance uf tho latter coming true, bo
I reckon )ou Will have to get along
before Lee surrendered nt Apimmnt-
tnx, Robert Dcdmnn, aged 86, stood
oft a corps of surgeons at n local
hospital who desired to remove Ills
beard In order to porformo- nn opcr
atlon upon Mr. Ded man's cyo. Mr.
oration was performed, leaving tho
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Special care to keen
It cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
TEE E0ND DAIRY.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambors. In Probate
In the matter of the Kstato of Llllio
Leonora lllrd. Deceased. Notice to
Creditors. Notice Is heieby given
that Lettors of Ancillary Administra
tion with the Will nnnexed havo
been Issued to Hermann Focke of
the City mid County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, us Ancillary
Administrator with tho Will annexed
of tho Kstute nt Llllio Leonora lllrd,
lute of South Kensington, in the
County of London, Kngland, de
ceased. All Credltois of the said es
tate ate hereby notified to present
their claims against the said estate,
I duly authenticated, and wllh proper
vouchers, If nny racist, even though
thu said claims be seemed by mort
gage upon real estate, to the under
signed Hermann Focke, nt his office,
care lloffschlaegor Company, Ltd., on
King mid llothcl streets, lu said Ho
nolulu, within six (6) months from
the dato hereof (which Is tho date
of the (list publication of this no
tice), olheiwlse such claims, if any,
will he foiever baried. And all per
sons Indebted to the said estate are
hereby notified to make Immediate
pajment to tho undersigned as such
Ancillary Administrator at the above
uddit'ss Dated ut Honolulu, T. H.,
July 15, 1010 HKRMANN FOCKK,
Ancillary Administrator with tho
Will annexed of the Kstato of Llllle
l.eonoia lllrd, Deceased. Holmes,
Stanley & Olson, attorneys for An
1671 July 15. 22. 29; Aug. il, 12.
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Congie8smen Ooldfogle unci Rennet
NUW YORK, July 21 To become it citizen of tho United Statos is such a
strenuous Job that CongioBstnuu William S Rennet und Congiessmuu Oold
fogle of New York are making an Investigation of tho naturalization bu
reaus throughout the count!)' Complaints have been filed with Fedetnl of
ficials that the naturalisation bureaus havo sut rounded their work with so
much red tape that It rpqulies much patlonco on tho p.ut of a vvould-bo cit
izen to secure his final puperB Congressman Rennet, who Is a member of
the national Immigration commission, will make a tour of the United
Suites and Mexico and file his repent ut the next meeting of Congiess. Con
gressman Dennett, now that William 1-oeb, Jr., lias sulci that It costs ton
much to he Governor of Now York, Is tho most prominent candidate for
(lie bead of tho Republican Statu ticket.
"Don t Need To
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IN A RECENT DEBATE AT RENO, MR. JAMES J.
FAILED TO CONVINCE JACK JOHNSON.
SOME SEVEN OR EIGHT YEARS AQ0 MR. JEF.FRIES WAS THE
LEADING MAN IN IDS LINE OF WORK. BUSINESS WAS GOOD AND
HIS PROFITS WERE BIG.
HAVING ALL THE MONEY HE COULD HANDLE AT THE TIME,
HE CONCLUDED TO TAKE A REST.
TO BE SURE, HE PLANNED TO GET INTO THE FIELD AGAIN
AT THE PROPER TIME.
BUT EVERYTHING WAS, ROSY AND THERE" REALLY .SEEMED
NO'GOOD.jAND SUFFICIENT REASONS WHY HE 'SHOULD s'PEND'SO
MANY(H0URS-.A DAY KEEPING, TIS MUSCLES LITHE AND STRONG
AND HIS WIND GOOD AND HIS HEART 'AND 'NERVES INitfRIM. pi
- EVENTUALLY THE MEETING OF JOHNSON WAS ARRANGED.
MR. JEFFRIES .WAS STILi1T6'LR;ABL'i, CONTENT -WITH '.WHAT vHE
HAD.D0NE. f " ' .'j ' '.
(BROTHER, A HAS-D0NE IS ABOUT AS BAD AS A HAS-BEEN.)
n MR., JEFFRIES DID NOT CARE TO STAND UP IN THE TRAIN
ING RING, AND.PUNCH.AND TAKE PUNCHES. HE DID NOT SEE
ANY, NECESSITY OF PRACTISING7 'SIDESTEPS -AND' FEINTS I AND
,RU,SHES. ' " ''''" '"' limy,., .
' HE' KNEW ALL ABOUT T,HEk WHY,' SEVEN -YEARS rAGO HE
HAD DONE ALL 0F,'t.HAT HE EVER NEEDED TO 'DO. . . I i.T
JOHNSON DID NOT OVERLOOK THE BOXINGl' Aim THE WRES
TLING AND THE CLINCHING AND THE SIDESTEPEiNG, ETC.' ' ''
AS A RESULT, JEFFRIES RECEIVED JOHNSON'S COMPLIMENTS
ON THE POINT OF THE JAW AND HIS BUSINESS CAREER CLOSED.
ADVERTISING A BUSINESS IS THE TRAINING OF THAT BUSI
NESS. ADVERTISING KEEPS A BUSINESS HEALTHY.
IT TONES UP ITS LIVER, STRENGTHENS ITS BICEPS, STEADIES
ITS. HEART AND KEEPS ITS NERVES IN ORDER.
ONCE IN A WlllLE A MAN DECIDES THAT HE IS DOING SO
MUCH BUSINESS THAT HE CAN STOP ADVERTISING FOR A WHILE
-AND -RIW-ON -MOMENTUM.
MOMENTUM IS THE GRADUAL PROCESS" TOWARD A'FULTSTOP.'
THE .MOMENTUM BUSINESS IS USUALLY PREMATURELY FULL-
IBTJOPPEd BYiTHE STRAIGHTLEFTj JAB OF THE WELL -TRAINED
CpMPETJTOR WH0'FINDSrHIS OPENING IN THE J5TH R0JJND.,'j 1 1
IJXUU VXAJL 1U OIAIIIM auaiflX.39, OlAI JI1 Anr, 4UVlItp. .
TISING FIELD. ' . i ; rf
NO MATTER HOW MUCH BUSINESS YOU ARE DOING, KEEP UP
ENERGY THAT MAKES IT.
YOU MIGHT AS WELL CUT OrF YOUR LEGS BECAUSE YOU ARE
RUNNING WELL IN A FOOT RACE AS TO CUT OFF YOUR ADVER
TISING BECAUSE YOUR BUSINESS IS TOO GOOD.
YOU MIGHT AS WELL TELL THE INSURANCE MAN THAT YOU
ARE SO HEALTHY YOU WILL DROP THE POLICY FOR A FEW YEARS
AS TO STOP ADVERTISING BECAUSE THE ORDERS ARE PILINO UP.
"DON'T NEED TO" IS THE EVENTUAL PRELIMINARY TO
"CAN'T DO IT."
THE ONLY MAN WHO DOESN'T NEED TO ADVERTISE IS THE
MAN WHO HAS RETIRED FROM BUSINESS.
THE ONLY POLICY-HOLDER WHO DOESN'T NEED TO PAY HIS
PREMIUMS IS DEAD.
MR. JEFFRIES DOESN'T NEED TO TRAIN 'ANY MORE. HE IS
THE BEST NEWSPAPER IN TOWN