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. . ; V.. HONOLTTt.TT STAH-BULLETIN. MONDAY. DECEMBER 24, 19!f . '; - C ' -.' "V 'J:'7 TRIAL AND GRAND JURY CANDIDATES FDR 1918 CHOSEN Jury ommlloncr Melvl'.le T. Simonton and Jesse P. Makainai have tiled in circuit court a list or "' per annn from whuJl !l iele ted the l'.MJ territorial jrrand jur. ami a Usl of I'-Vi person from hich will I'd elected Ihe 11 trial juror fi the three court division Tne Jirmen will b drawn in lixcu.t Jua;e ash- ford'h diilon at '. o'clock next Thurs day morning Trial Jurors Following Is the list of thos .elect ed as grand jurors: Fourth Dittrict First Precinct Josephun C. Axtel'. Kdward Robert Bath. 'Albion Fibber : C lark. Charles .1. Fiebig. Kdward A. ' Jarobson, Thomas James McGfatlu JameH Ashby Williams. Second Precinct Henry F. Bertej mann. Frank Hustace. Cecil Arthur ; Mackintosh, Samuel William Spencer. ' James Steiner. 'r Thlrd Ireclnct Johannes F. C I Abel. Harry Admltage, Kdwln Benner, ' G. J. Arthur Berg. Frank E. Blake ; Alexander G. Horn. William K. Mac pherson. i Fourth Precinct Elam P. Chapiu ', William F. Gaynor, James K. Jaeger ' George T. Kluegel, John Markbam, : Jesse M. McChesney. Fifth Precinct Arthur Coyne, Hen : ry Gehing Floyd K. Mataon, Arch , bald Alfred Young. ' i; Slith Precinct Robert Benjamlc ' Booth. - ' .. Seventh Precinct Joel C. Cohec Edward 1L F.. Writer.' Eighth Precinct Charles J. Fait . John Detor, Elmer L; Schwarrberg, - Augusto H II. VIeira. , Ninth Proclnct Wlllard J. Coon Jacob Cooper. r Clarence L. ' Crabbe, Herbert Dunshee. Jamea i. Harvey. y .-, Tenth Precinct John WalterJonea, 4 Reynold Brodie McGrew, Frank Pratt V clatyre. Arthur H.'Myhre. . Twelfth ' Precinct Benjamin H Clarke. s Fifth District, ' First Precinct Harold Kalnal ..T Long- Castle. William i .enry. V. Second Precinct- Edward Bernard . Hallberf. V Third Precinct Manuel Gomea Syl j Tester, . . . ;. .: ' r. ' Fourth Precinct Earl Knapp Ella- worth, Frederick S. Lyman; Jr. To v. ACCEPT OUR tSINOEEE A ' - I . "THI HOUSE Or KOUSEVAia$"V . 55-65. IQHQ STREET. KOOLU LU - PURE ICE CREAM v i For Christinas . , Special Flavors Philadelphia Bisque f - .'' Caramel ' ; - ..Orange : . Cherry ? Tuttl Fruttl r-' Maplenut f Water Ices OrattQ ;. Ptneappla ; Cranberry Z NEAPOLITAN BRICKS and other prtcka In 'seven eomblnatfona of flavoraf - mm Fifth Pre:incl--James Kennedy SUth T?ri!)jt Jolm Wilium SmUhtts. Seventh Precinct Lotus U War ha. .Eighth Precinct -Chester Irwin. Al bert Weber van Valkenburj; Ninth Pre.inct Carlton C. James, Donald M tint) re J Tenth Precinct - -Cec.rge W Far-. ! Harry A Fransort. Kenneth K j Wallace. j Kir tenth Prerimt Sanrjel (' ihwljdu. Frank F!or-ncio Fernanda. Joan C lne Twelfth Prerlnrt W alter Kolanu Cnomhti. Uwrrn. e R M Kaleiotm Fourth PreciL-'t'-Karl Knr.pp. Fred Thlrtffeiith Pre loct Alexander K Aona. t;eora- MKin!a. (Jeorge .la.- i.er (Nell Caluaha I.. Samson Kniirteenrl; Precinct William Ya.) Kwaf Fong Fifteenth Precinct- Fred Madison Kile) . Sixteenth Precinct Arthur Jones. Seventeenth Precinct John H Fries Trial Jurors ! Following is the list of those j lected for the trial Jurors: j Fourtn District Irst Precinct Eugene K. John L. K. Ashley, William H Allen, Char lock. Henry Still Crane. Arthur Gil lette Fase. Willard R. Grace., Ausu tine M. Guerrero. Moreno K. Hulu, Joseph W. K. Kelkl, Will C King George Makalena, David Keliipio Mar - tin. Henry Atkinson Nye, Leonard A. t'. Parish. Thomas Joseph Quinn, Ja cintho G. Silva. Charles Arthur Simp son, Harlan T. Walty. Adolph Woirf. Second Precinct Simeon Akaka. Benjamin R. Campbell, Ernest Collind, Albert Richard Cunha, . Thomas C Dawklns, James Lawrf.nce Holt, Frank Godfrey, John Taylor Gray, John K. Kamanoulu, Charles Lehmann, Daniel Naauao, John Nahaolelua, John Peter Padaken, William K. Rees, Henry P, Roth. Lee Todd. Clifford Y. White, Carl A. Widemann,. Edward K. Wong, ham. Third Precinct A. Henry Afong, William G. Andrade, Henry August Asch, Henry Bennett Bailey. Frank A. Batchelor, Bernard F. Beardmore, Ralph P. Brown, John B, Enos, Harry Halpern, Jack Horace Myatt. Percy H. Nottage, Archibald S. P. Robertson.' Fourth Precinct Albert Blom, Frank EbbiV Colby, Joseph Lovejoy Dwight, Adolph F. Gertz, Robert Hair, Victor Hurd,. William Jordan, Nelson Baker Lansing, John Henry Magoon, Harold Morgan, Arthur N. Otremba, Robert Arthur Robbins, 'Benjamin Bammons, Renney C. Scott, Clarence Adrian White, Stanley Wright. Henry T. Zerbe. .Fifth, Precincj Robert Bemrose, Frank Ferrelra Branco, JrM Andrevi .CHEISTMAtf ORBITINGS. Strawberry Walnut Peach Chocolate Pineapple vvanllli. y . -.- , Ill f Phone 4225 4 . mmmvs?'- tie's and Christopher's Ho orders filled after 4 p. m. Christmas Ixuis Bushnell. John Francis Colburn. f ill. ' Foster lelie Itaris. Thomas A. Hor.nn. Jr.. Kim Ton;; Ho. Thomas . KIrp, Gladstone Scott Pithead. Wil 11am Edard McTighe, Alexander P. He:. Paul Smith. Fred .lams Tume.-. Ralph Kdear Turner SimIi Prerirv i lean Abadie, Job Bali helor. l:-i. aiuin !oie. Uav'd iia: fala. iiinr K Ka;liuli. Roper Kekue wa. .Mamal l'ar-a. Manual W. Perry, loaiuin J. Sonz. n;ir'e Lurr.eit Wil son. Seventh ';' iiu t Hen;an:in K. Aram, Charles. Lake. Ja?per A. Laf lawe. James S, Lemon. ' harles Jolt a Ludwlcsrn. harle MltchI! John K. Afam, Char!t Lake. Ja?'er A. La i la e. James S l.enion. ' harles Joha jLudwinsn. harle' .MtchI'. John K. ; Panal. William St. Clair. John 1 . , Wirud K.phth Pre. in. t Walter ! .Bradley, j lira IV B ( nnfield. 'ieorte 11. Cowan,! "Lyman P. Ceorse. W il!ia!ii Frederick: ; Heflhorn. Asa 'N. Jaobson. Harry Kllsworth Spir-er. Fred A. Taylo-, ! Harry S Whitcomb. Kdward K. Wood K. i ward. i Ninth Precinct .vlyian J. Blalsdell. I-i. lames Brown, George Kdward Brans, j Marshall S. Hamman. Arthur William I Howe, Harry A. Juen. George W. Jor- : dan, Peter Kalant. Benjamin K. Ka i iani. Peter" Kalaluhi, IVniel Herman j King, Samuel Arthur Macy. Abraham Opunui. Sidney Spitzer Tenth Precinct Sam Nuuanu, Jas i P. Steward, Charles S Weight, ! Eleventh Precinct- Charles William j Kahlbaum. ! Twelfth Precinct - Jiifio de Castro. j William Khu, Frank P. Freitas, Wil J liam E. Heine, Ned Kruger. Hermann G. Lemke, Antone Manuel. George E McCorriston, James K. McW. Sakuma John Smith. Fifth District First Precinct Stephen (J. Achong. John Bell, Harry Gregson, John P Kaae, John M. McCahe. Second Precinct John Benito. Cha Hastings Judd, James K. Paele. Third Prectqct Archie E. Kahele William C. Iane, Ernest Renken. Fourth Precinct Solomon Kaaihue. Sam Kekauoha, John Lua, Reidat Wall Olsen. Fifth Precinct Jonathan Aiau, Ezera Kahoele Huddy. Joseph E. Kua. Hi, Joseph K. Mahoe. Allan McKlnnou, William Saffery Wond. Sixth Precinct William Hoon Ghung, Jr., William LIndsey, Henry P. K. Malularri, George Meyer, James E. Steward. Seventh Precinct David Douglas, Manuel-Joaquin de Gouvea. Eighth Precinct Edward K. Ayau, Theodore A. C. Budde, Lawrence Ca nario, George F. de la Nux. t Joseph Frias, David Kealoha." William A Meyer, Charles L. O'Sulllvan, Bruno Weinrich. Ninth Precinct Thomas L An drews, Louis J. Feary, Cliarles Edgar Frasher, David Paul Fuller, William K. Hutchinson, David L. Kahaleaahu,' George Kalaau Kala, John G. Lewis, Loula Kaai Marino, Richard Norman Mossman, George M. Raupp, John D Seabury, John Keanu Waiamau, Wil liam White, Samuel Maiao W'llliama Tenth Precinct James Sani Achong, Frederick William Beckley. hChristian S. Bertelmann. Thomas Ja cob Carter, Hosto de la Crur, Joseph Duchalsky, Lot Peter Fetnandez, Ed ward Kawaihoa Hanapi, tlarry II Holt,' David Kanuha, Albert Lucas, I George. Markham, John K. Nakookoo. I Patrick John O'Sulllvan, ' Manuel F. Peter, Henry K. S. Yap. Eleventh Precinct Harry F. James Auld,. Henry Enloy Chai. Charles Joseph Hoke, William McAnlton, Sid ' ney Smith, David Ernest Todd, Jos eph WVstbrooke, John Godfrey Zab lan. Twelfth Precinct John M. Aiu, James Collin Houghtaillng, Edward Kahele. Arthur Kahaawinul,. Richard , Ernest Lambert, Char Ah On 4 1 1 - " 1 i Jar ' -n Thirteenth Precinct Cheong Arnnna. Francis li Bro gene B. Dunn, l hrlstian h'rensen, Uavid Kuaiii Hoa:t!i, t harle Kq ward King. Jonah Kumalae. William T. Raposo. Fourteenth Pre inct F K Kua'il Ani. Robert Asam. William W. B ickle. She Kai Luke, Frederick August Lun inz. Georite H .Mowre. David ryt Notley. Charles P .)5iorne i kalilo. Slteentli Precinct -William Arthui Clf Rhcrn. Ro?: oe Lovell Crawford. Alexander McAneus. Arthur B Pl mer. Charles L. Feller. James H Pet erson. eventeenili Precinct Albert M. Erskine.' Mikaele Ilae. Jerry Martinel II, David Richards. STOCK WILL BE MADE TO PAY UP California creditors of the now de funct Norris-.didway Oil Co. have taken steps to collect between $ti.ir) and $70.oo( from persons in Hawaii who bought shares before the organi zation went nnder. The law firm of Andrews and Plttman has been re tained by the c"oast creditors and equity proceedings to recover the money will be filed in circuit court within a few davs. About a year ago agents of the oil company sold shares in Honolulu and elsewhere in the- territory. Although their par value was $1, the purchas ers were allowed to pay all the way from 15 to 50 cents a share, with the understanding that the balance be paid later. According to the attorneys about $70,000 is still outstanding, and was outstanding when the concern went on the rocks. The California creditors have now stepped in to col- j lect the balance. There are several hundred owners of stock in the territory who have not yet paid their, balances. The credit ors took steps some time ago to col lect from the 'California stockholders and, as the same law applies here, similar steps are to be taken in Ha waii. The local stockholders number about 69. Some of these hold as manv ss 17,000 shares. It Is claimed, upon which money is still due. REAL ESTATE MARKET SHOWS IMPROVEMENT Real estate In Honolulu experienced a little boom during the past week and it would appear that Santa Cruz hasn't; tied up all the money in town for his work. The Trent Trust Co. real s-j taf.e department reported the sale of five cottages on Fort street near Kua-1 kini street, to F. E. Haley for $11,000., Small sales were also recorded. i "The Hawaiian Trust Co. report! three sales of a good size and a sum-1 ber of i big deals pending. The Assor ; elated Charities sold a residence situ . on Young street to R. C. Gillis for ; $2250 through the Hawaiian Trust Co. R. D. King sold 3060 square feet j of land on Emma street above Vine yard street for $2000 to G. Page and ; the right of way through the-Kona dis trict property of the Catholic mission was sold for $500 to the Hawaii Con solidated' Railway CO. Real estate departments of other trust companies ahto reported small sales and bigger deals and general ac tivity in the real estate market. Signor Ballorl, a personage of con siderable importance in the Masonic world, has been shot dead by a man who obtained entrance to the Palazzo Giustiniani. An arrest haa been made. In reply to the announcement of Brazil of her entrance into the war. the Bolivian foreign office has ex pressed the sympatffy of the Bolivian republic for the United States of Bra zil. The . (Juistan y OWNERS OF OIL Vr Br I f. r r I le I li mm Boston Buildiu von Hamm-Young Co., Wishes all its many friends and patrons A Merry Christmas May you have the gift of a Clear Vision to see and recognize in the true values the many things to be happy for this Christmas. C. H. TRULLINGER Successor to A. N. SANFORD, Optician Over We wish, to extend to all our esteemed friends The Season's Greetings and our sincere thanks and appreciation for their patronage. 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