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THE HAWAIIAN STAR",' TlltJltfcDAY, StfpTlSMfla Jl, lDtM.
"I MI Commencing ilonday, September 18, ijc following lines will be. disposed of atk prices 1 tfsi'nisliing ly low: Children's Plain White Handkerchiefs. f Children's Colored Ppjdcr Handkerchiefs. 'A; liti',' ' Children's Initial Border Handkerchiefs. r . ' 7 LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS. .JPlain White Hemstitched. Plain White Hemstitched Very Sheer. Jimbroidered Hemstitched. Embroidered Lace Edge. Embroidered Scalloped Edge. Hand Embroidered. Linen Initial. . , ', Glove Handkerchiefs. ' MENS' HANDKERCHIEFS. Cotton White. ' 1 Cotton, Colored Border. " " """" "" Linen Hemstitched. Inspect Goods And Prices In Our Fort St, Window 1. 1 DRY 1301 WOULD ABO LISH E CIRCUIT JUDGE ROBINSON SAYS TH ABSURDS-IMPORTANT QUESTION RAISED AS TO DISTINCTIpNS BETWEEN THE EQUITY AND PROBATE JURISDICTIONS OF THE JUDGES IS TO BE TESTED. . "The circuit court term system Is ab surd," said Judge Robinson this morn ing during the hearing of the case of A. Rodrlgues vs. Kalama Rodrlgues. "The judges nro the same men In term or out of term ,or whether they sit as probate judges or equity judges, and I do not see any sense In the term sys tem at all." The question of the various jurisdic tions of the same individuals as judges arose In connection with the appoint ment of Magoon as trustee of the Rodrlgues estate, and It will be argued before Robinson later. The whole case went over this morning because the court held that the ' heirs of Antono Rosa, who preceded Magoon as trus tetamust bo parties' to the suit. Achl wolf given time to bring a new suit In cluding them as parties Interested. The suit Is to appoint a trustee in place of IMagoori, plaintiffs alleging that he has not properly managed the estate. "Mr. Magoon is too busy to look after such a small estate," said Achl In court this morning "and Its affairs have been neglected." Achl said ho did n.ot Fire Fiend Finally , Consumed FAMOUS SHIP THAT PUT INTO HONOLULU SEVERAL YEARS AGO AFIRE BURNED AT NEHOUE, N EV CALEDONIA WHILE LOADING CHROME OrtEFOR EUROPE ALL HANDS SAVED LARGEST WOODEN VESSEL EVER BUILT. Under date of August 30 the follow ing Interesting account of the loss1 of the American ship Roanoke by five, Is published by the Sydney Herald. "Tho castaways of the American four-masted barque Roanoke, which JMILY STOCK REPORT Between Boards: $1000 Cal. & Haw. Ref. 6s, $103; 33 Wailuku Scrip., $41.75; I 50 Walulua, $70; 50 Walalua, $70; 20 Haw. Com., $84; $1000 Kahuku 6s, $100. 25. I Ewa Plan. Co 27.50 28.00 Haw. Agr. Co 105.00 .Haw. Com. 84.00 87.50 Haw. Sugar Co 33. OP 35.00 Honomu Sugar Co .150.00 Honokaa Sugar Co. 17.50 Haiku Sugar Co 185.00 Klhel Pain .Co .25 8.00 150.00 Koloa McBryde Sugar Co 6.375 Oahu Sugar Co 105.00 Ookala Sugar Co 5.00 Olaa Sugar' Co 7.00 110.00 6.25 Paauhau Sugar Co 22.00 Pacific Sugar Co. 240.00 lPala Plan. Co Pepeekeo Sugar Co 140.00 Pioneer Walalua Agr. Co 68.50 "Waimanalo Sugar Co. ... 155.00 Walmea 50.00 I. I. S. N. Co 16S.50 Hawaiian Eleotric 105.00 Hon. R. T.", FMf 101.00 Hon. R. T. Com 65.00 Oahu Railway; 88.50 Hon. Brew. Co.- Haw. Ter. 4s., 100.00 Haw. Ter. 4J4V 100.00 (!al.'& Haw, Kef-Co. 6a 180.00 160.00 157.00 71.00 eo'.oo 70.00 25.00 103.00 HVIku 6s 104.60 Hdw. Com. 5s 105.00 Haw. Sugar Co. Cs 102.00 Hon. R. T. 6s 107.50 Kahuku 6s 100.00 Oahu Railway 6s 105.00 ...... Oahu Sugar Cs 102.00 11 .'i fl LI, Cor Fort and Beretania Sts. COURT TERMS THE CIRCUIT TERM SYSTEM is charge anything moro Improper than a failure to attend- to some matters In connection with the estate, and Judge Robinson said that this was not neces sarily malfeasance as trustee. ' Judge Robinson question- the power of a judge sitting In probate to ap point a trustee, quoting the Brash case In which the Supremo court drew a dis tinction between the probate and equity jurisdictions of the local judges. . Ma goon said there was absolutely no such thing here as a probato judge and equity judge separate. The Judges at chambers had Jurisdiction both equity and probato ns well as ad miralty without any distinction. The court said the question was one whltfh should be settled, as it had long been a matter of doubt. It affects the appointments of i radically nil the trustees appointed by local judges, for most of them have been appointed by Judges sitting "In probate" as It Is termed and there Is a question as to the right of a probato judge to np point a trustee. The present case will serve to have It tested. The Roanoke was recently totally destroyed by fire and abandoned ot Nehoue, on the coast of New Caledonia, unexpectedly ar rived in Sydney at a late hour on Sat- (Continued on page seven.) PINKHAM GOES AFTER RICHARDS FINDS UNHEALTHFUL CONDI TIONS AND ORDERS. SOME RE FORMS IN CAMP NO. "2. President Pinkham of the Board of Health made a visit to Theodore Rich ards Camp No. 2 this morning, and as a result some improvements and clean ing up were Immediately ordered. "1 found -that' Mr. Richards has a pol factory with people sleeping in the same room wjth the pol," said the president, 'and this cannot be con tinued. A number of places will have to be cleaned up. Tho camp is In a much worse condition than the Palama places which are being somuch talked of. There will have to'be Improve ments at once. "I cannot understand tho statements mude about Desha lane and the other Palama places. The statements are most untrue. There Is no garbage ly ing around and no moro dirt than one may see on King street Itself." Olaa Sugar Co. 6s 100.25 Pala Plan. 6s 104.50 Walalua Ag. 6s 103.00 103,75 MoBryde Sugar Co. 6s... 100.00 MAUNA LOA DUE TOMORROW. The steamer Mauna Loa Is due to morrow morning from Maul and Ha waii ports, IROQUOIS ARRIVES AT MIDWAY TODAY STOPPED AT LAYSAN ISLAND- .STEAMER 1WALANI .HOME LAST, TUESDAY V v. . ... He nad none of the dignity of nows or the arrival of the U. S. S. tne blg- two hundred Ilnd flfty foot mon- Iroquois at Midway has been received Btw but he tyan?ed and cavorted, in a , I","1 nB' , She. ,nad0 MW.vny dinner VnW made him extremely 7:30 o clock today after a pleasant trip. popular with the crowd. She called at Laysan and Gardn'lsu Liiiha sWeet,' the denier of the Chi ands on the way out. (llcflg -population, was Busy from early At .Lnysan, it was learned that tho . dar( and the very,-ortex of the ex stcamcr Iwalanl had left for HonolulJtefncnt wife, the CHinese theateri Here last Tuesday and that the schoongr tne different Chinese societies that took Charles Levi Woodbury is to follow her part in the celebration gathered. The this Coming Saturday, No news of preparations for tho start of the pro the schooner Lavinla was given. Tho .cesslbn. If nrocesslon It run hp rnllpri. Iroquois will be several days at Mid- way, uiscnargmg supplies. TRENT HOLDS UP (Continued from nage one. responded with any further action than they had already taken. County At torney Douthltt held that the Board of Supervisors' formal written certi ficate sufficiently showed that tho money had been spent fo rthe purpose sot forth, and that the auditor having approved tho warrants, it was up to the treasurer simply to pay them "T havp rnfiismi in n,v ,,t. ountlng to $771 Issued against the nmoun road tax fund," said Treasurer Trent this morning "and shall continue to do so until T hnvn snmo nrnnf tvint ffin money has actuaUy be Teamed bv meTworkons or, the rclds "I base mv nos tlonn Seot't 1 of Mtl Znnnl Mlow,? Legislature which runs as "The road taxes as at present laid uown Dy jaw snau De a special qeposlt In the Territorial Treasury to tho ere- dlt of each road district, and shall, by the Territorial Treasurer, be paid out to me county Treasurers of the coun- ........ . . uca respecuyeiy wiimnr wnicn tno va- rlous road districts shall be. And tho said road taxps shall hn PvnpnriPfi nnlv MONEY for the makimr7 mn5ntlnlnTr nnfl . i , T l "BrKei: To t, nvernfee nilnd Ule whole story ror the making, maintaining and re- Pake who was handling It. The dragon reso,ves .tSeif mto a case of badlv over pairing of public roads and highways refused to come out for a long time. In reaolea 'Relr nto ,a case "z oau y ,0fr in tho seceral road districts as author- vain dld Vllant Chinesp trv LI I Wr0UBh.t 'mnglnation but a certain In- Ized by the Supervisors of the county from time to time. "The County Treasurer shall under o circumstances allow thps annnlnl deposits or any part thereof to be used for any other purposes under appropria- Hons, by the board of Supervisors ex- cept for tho making, maintaining and repairing of the public roads and high- ways as aforesaid." "Under my reading of that section," nnntlnilpil flip tronsnrpp 4,T fia rpnatirni am plainly responsible If" I pay out sent difte'reiitvphases of Chinese llfo oxnct'y wlth that of the woman who money for road work when It may have and othgrs which had direct reference owneU tno house rtn(1 usea to llvu there been earned otherwise. I must there- to the festival being celebrated. when they rusliea out screaming with fore havo some protection and I have There were many Chinese musicians terror suggested that they had been asked both . Superintendent Samuel who played their amazing Chinese scarei1 by rlUs but they would not nc Johnson and Supervisor Lucas to take tunes In their artless Chinese way and cent tnat tllery at all." affidavit to the effect thnt the money the funny thing about It was that each 11 wns J F' Mays who tooI -'harge has been actuully earned on the roads. Chinese musician had a little Hawullnn of ,he tlius hurriedly evicted family Both have refused to do so and so in boy to carry a chair for him. The Ha- anu meanwhile tho Camara's are de self protection I can do nothing but wallan element was strong throughout Pendent on friends--for their nightly refuse to cash the warrants." tho whole procession for the flags nnd 'odB'"B. Nothing will Induce any of "Trnnt la olmnlv tvltic f r mnlrn rr 1 1 banners wprp nil pnrripfl hv ini,ihino- them to go near the house nftcr the ble," commented Supervisor Lucas when asked about the matter "How can I take any affidavit, us to whether a man has worked on the roads or not? I live a general Idea that certain men have worked, I know tht certain work has been done but I cannot take my oath that each particular man has done so much work Tho Idea is ridiculous. The work has been done, It shows for Itself.". "Trents posltlon Is absurd," remark ed another o fthe Supervisors when asked about the proceedings "there Is nothing whatever in the act requiring him to iave an affidavit from the Sup- erintendent or anyone else. In any event, what good would an affidavit do him. Supposing that an affidavit were made and tht It should bo false, what protection would that be to him? I om not suggesting that a false affi- that a"s a way of showing the weakness of tho Treasurer's position." W .G. HALL ON MARINE RAILWAY The steamer W. G. Hall was taken to the marine railway this morning ' by tho tug Charles Counsolman. FEARLESS IS LAYING UP. Tho tug Fearless Is laying up for a general overhauling, SJie.wlll be out: of commission for about twelve days j during which time she will go on the marine railway. MAUI ARRIVED THIS MORNING. The steamer Maui arrived this morn- Ing from Maul ports with u fair sized crowd of passengers. WITNESS CAIN NOT APPEAR. The case of assault with a weapon against Julia Sllva wns continued by Judge Whitney this morning until Sep- tember 30, as the Japanese" whom tho defendant Is accused of shooting with ft revolver was too 111 to appear In court. - A . i , ., , . , ROSECRANS SAILS TOMORROW. mun a a nnnnH.. ...tit 1 1 a iic J, l.UBCViailH Will BUM lUIIiyr- row for the Coast. She will probably , t w u Murrav Gibson lmT'w the noyal family; Horso nnd Buggy, go to Monterey. Mall sent by her will walLn I andf u at C Ka Plants' Fa"-,a11- ""ffle-neck and Pou reach San Francisco aheafl of that by Xua W r B ter Pigeons, Chickens, etc., Hose, Lawn any succeeding stenmer. KAIULANI SAILS TODAY. The bark Kalulanl sails this after noon for San iTandsco ln sugar bal last. It may be Interesting to note that tho elaborate Chinese dragon which was the main attraction of today's fes- tlval, was Imported by tho local Chi- ncse nt a cost of $410 Mex, It will be solemnly burned on Saturday night, the theory being that the dragon will lighthouse and buoy service. Tho ves then depart from earth for a year. sol Is expected to depart Saturday. 1 TWO ORAGOIS LOOSE TODAY iCo.Uinuxd irom page one.) ,ANI,,LEFT, rOUWe,l9t',0T.frfela of Honolulu, but t Jt ' Tt ' ? ftnls earhot 6nly was the big dragon SEjDAY. , - tjTggfr Than vfif,. but thjre was a little 1 dragon who was a sort of a vertebrato were long and elaborate and anyone unacquainted with the Chinese Ian gunge could be excused for believing that there were some fifty or a hun- belief In ghosts but there are many dred different persons each charged people who are still firmly of the bo Wlth, the entire management of the "of that churchyards yawn and graves function. Orders were shrieked and' Give up their dead and nXtor their soul shou'ted, different bodies marched and harrowing experience of the other even countermarched, musicians played 1"B tho Camara fimlly may be nutn blandly on despite the objurgations of bered among them, a laughing crowd, but sowehow or oth- According to the story told by Ca er the different Items of the procession mara nnd his family the ghostly visitor got Into line and away tho crowd wont, appeared twice and the last time was The dragons were of course the most seen not only by one of tho family Interesting feature of the show. The out by four girls and by the father, big sedate one went ahead with a body-! The Canmrns havo moved out that guard composed of Chinese soldiers. ' Is for the night time but they will go They were variously armed, some hnv-!bnck to the house during tho day as l1r ..11..... r .. , , .1 1 , 1 i 1 . .. . . 1 . I . , . , 1 , , "e3,. ol"ors OOKS evidently intended for dragging caval- rymen off their horses, others still, car - rled a short swo"l in each hand and ,T J.T!"!? "',h, Jf. - ""3-'. j wi wig Bumitin carried shields with fearsome faces """" "" cre juai iuur Wh had rI"e8' ld Patterned Winches- Th.6 boJy-uard wr blue unl- f0rmS wlth a hUe Chlnese letter on the blaek SheS "nd the UBUal conlcal straw hats. The capUyin painteu on them. There were just four m.q nrnprs hv h nwlnf n horn and' every now and agaln hls command seemed' to understand him. There wa8 trouble when It came to getting, the little dragon out of the theater. His head was a beauty, with large ereen eves which blinked almost si ecu tjca niiii.ii uuiiKeu uiiuuni audibly, a mouth that dripped bloodily nnd n- dreadful tongue which moved In .u. . .i. . ..., .... his . rage with funny looking wands, there was nothlnir ilolnn- until snmpnnp u,- . ...u , , , set off some firecrackers outside. Then nii.i ,0i fn.i ,u n.n low emerged. He bolted hither and thither getting royal salutes wherever he went. The theory sems .to be that the firecrackers are to ward off evil, but the little dragon seemed to revel in iirecrackers. There were the usual number of iloats In (hp tirnpnoalmi flinta ttrl.lr.lt mn,a. natives, presumably nf so much per But the Chinese themselves took the wholo celebration with much serlous- ness an(1 the .contributions made to the , men wno carried the treasury were evl- dBntly large. From house to house and store tne throng proceeded and nn ever, Increasing crowd of .Chinese, Hawaii-1 ans' Japanese anu iinoles went nlong to see the fun. A large number of Pa kes came In on the morning train from the plantations to spend the holiday here. A celebration was held by the wealthy rentals at the Chinese Club during, tne day-. Later ln the day bV the time the Procession had reached Nuuanu street,! AVIIlle Crn'ford Informed The Star that' tne second dragon was not a dragon' nt a11 but Wtts a tlKer- As Willie knowB a" abollt tneae matters his amendment has to be accepted by those who saw 'he frnnt,? Stations of the remarkable beast. But all will agree that It might easily have been n dragon Instead of a ' tiger If it had tried. grarouDgHTer of RACH'AEL COMES "'. K. .IRS. HAYSELDEN BE- WREN W. WEST- COUTT A? THE CHURCH OF THE 'HOLY. INNOCENTS. LAHAINA. September 20 At thp 1 ' . mber 20- At the church df the Holy Innocents, Lahafna, on September 19, Mls -Rachel K. Hay- selden was United in' marriage with Wr. w w..t a ' 1 ' ' ' 1 t v 1CLL-UUUJ1 1111U GIBSON MARRIED wedding dlnnen took place after the ealner ow". alr Mattresses, Mos ceremony at the, Hayselden family resl- T .N!i?' Curtnlns Polw. Stair dence. In tho evening Mr. and Mrs arpet' EIef--nt Carved Oak Bedroom Westcoatt enjoyed an automobile ride S?ts. wlth 8We" front D"M",a. Wicker to their new hohie In Puunene, Maul. fThn. lfMn lo r, r. .11 . . .... WUNDBNBURG FILES BOND. Freil Wundenburg has filed his bond . ns commissioner to sell the .Waiklk! Seaside Hotel Company's nrlnortv un- Uler foreclosure, with R. R. Banning oa 8Uroty' ,n tho sum faf '500' AJf humh BUOYS. Captain Miller Is fitting tho steamer Lehua for hor trip to . Molokal, Maul and Hllo to overhaul tho buoys for the SHEETED DEAD ILK AGAIN g. EMMA STREET FAMILY SCARED ..INTO THE STREET BY THE ' GHOST OF A AVOMAN. . There are spooks up on Emma street If tho experiences, recounted by the Camara family can possibly be credit ed. "The Camara'p live at 1442 Emma,, jusj, above the residence of Alfred Moss mnn of the Hawaiian News Com pany, and It was there that the appa rition appeared In sufficient distinct ness to scare tho whole family and half the neighborhood. Despite tho efforts of tho Society for Psychical Research, there exists a general dls- , "u ueral1 Buu-resuecmiB khuhi un does any walking In the daytime, 1 The story In effect Is that at four o'clock In the morning one of the four "'Bter8' W,h "I01 ln ",0 Sane rm' wu uwuKuueu uy uiu cuusuiuusiiusa that someone was entering the room. She saw a woman in night clothes ane saw a woman in nigm cioines Bi0Wly cross the room and sit down on the edge of the bed. At first she was merely afraid lrt the ordinary sense of the word but when tho figure turned .creamed out In terror for the face was tho face of a corpse. The girl screamed In terror nnd awakened the other sisters. The ghost then glided over towards one of the other but the screams awak ened the father who slept In an ad- , t , , i . 7 . inlnilltr mnti, jinrt hp enmo In Inat In B th" H ,er T vVinlsh . Into tho ?,Tth In nlr truUltlonnl thin air. terest is lent to it oy me raci inai the description of tho ghost as given "U ear,'f 1 by ih B,rl" ,ttl,?h by "f father tallies exactly with that of a former owner of the house who died some years ago In the nsylum. "No. I don't believe In ghosts," re marked Alfred Mossman 'but the Ca mara people who awakened up the other morning have certainly had a curious experience of some sort. The description of the figure they saw fits shades of night have fallen. NEW ADVERTISEMENT' V1JDNESDAY September 27, 19U5 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. r At the residence of Harold Jeffs, Esq., 1381 Beretnnla street, near the corner of Keenumoku street, we will sell Elegant Household Furniture and Fittings consisting of an Upright Piano, Ele gant Upholstered Leather Rockers, Hand Carved Mahogany Rockers, Hand Carved Easy Oak Chairs, Couches, Carved Heavy Oak Tables, Lace Cur tains, Silk Portieres, Handsome Pic tures und Oil Paintings, Brlc-a-Brac, Vases, Heavy Curved Easy Chairs, Elegant Circular Hand Carved Dining Table, wheh closed S feet diameter, with 12 leaves, cost oriclnallv $110: Fine Rugs. Elegant Carved Oak Slde- board Extra Extension Dining Table, uining jnairs, uiassware, L.rocKery, Chlnaware nnd Cutlery, Singer Sew ing Machine, Cookoo Clock, Canary JJ,ra- 1 ljar "reeuing cage, Herrlgor- cJ0k,nB ke n(w. Combination Kitchen Table. Cooklntr Utensils, Meat Safe, Flno Mahogany Bedroom Sots with carved Dresser, Table, etc.; Toilet Sets, Bed Linen. -rt. . . . . .. V"" .-ui.uB, Brass Bedstead, formerly property of 'Mower, Cages, Stop-ladder, Lot of i"uraDer' el N. B. Every article like new. Premises open for Inspection MON DAY nnd TUESDAY previous to sale. Fisher,-Abies Co., Ltd. AUCTIONEERS. Read 'Town Talk" In Saturday's Star. MPANY. IT. xens. ImuwctAaprtj. ....J WHY NOT RENT A" SAFE DEPOSIT BOX In a modern steel vault and feel that your valu ables are secure? FIVE DOLLARS a year pays for one. Call and see us about It. SHIPPING Mil ARRIVING. Thursday, September 21. Stmr. Maul, Parker, from Maul porta at 4:32 a. m. Stmr. Helene, Nelson, from Kawal hae and Hnmnkua ports ut 2 a. in. PASSENGERS. Arriving. Per stmr. Maul, September 21, from Maul ports Miss L. Puhlhale, Mrs. G. , Erickson and 2 children, A-. L. Gage, Airs. je. u. uockett, Mrs. C a. Jackson, S. Klmura, Mr. Raglwara, Mr. Us-hlglna George D. Russel, F. J. Hare, C. L. Kookoo, Mrs. A. A. Kamauoha, C. Mitchell ,Miss R. Kamakahlkl, P. E. R. , Strauch, F. Riedel, Rev. S. Timoteo, Master H. Lake, Mr. Alapal, Mrs. Na I wal, Miss L. Copp, Miss E. Oopp, Miss R. Copp, Dr. J. S. B. Pratt and 70 deck. I'ROF. SPRAGUE. iJrof. Sprague, the new teacher of science at tne Honolulu High School, comes before the public next Friday evening with a lecture on the Sacra mento river. When Mr. Sprague was Assistant Professor at the University of California he put In some of his spare time with a camera investigating the most picturesque or Interesting points on the river, nnd prepared a stereoptl con lecture of Interest both to students of geography and the general public as well. Rev. W. D. Westervelt will oper ate the stereopticon, and the lecture be ing free to members and friends of tha Y. M. C. A. A large nudlencu Is ex pected. HALEIVA. The Halelwa Hotel, Honolulu' fa mous country resort, on tho line of the Oahu Railway, contains every modern Improvement and affords its guests an opportunity to enjoy all amusements golf, tennis, billiards, fresh and salt wilier bathing, pnootlng, fishing, rldln? and driving. Tickets, including rail way fare and one full day s room and beard, are sold at th" Honolulu station and Trsnt & Company for $5. For de parture of trains, consult time table. On Sundays, the Halelwa Limited, K two hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In Honolulu at lb p.. m. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .DIVIDEND NOTICE. EWA PLANTATION COMPANY. The Directors of this Corporation having declared a dividend of 2 per cent, Dividend No. 99 Is duo and' pay able on Saturday, September 30th, 1903, to stockholders n record at the close ot the stock-transfer books Friday, Sep tember 22nd, 1905, at 3 p. m. The stocktransfer book will be re opened on Monday, October 2nd, 1903. GEO. P. CASTLE. Treasurer of Ewa Plantation Co. Honolulu, September 21st, 1903. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Second Circuit Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers In Probato. In the Matter of the Estnto of Manual Gonsolvos alias Coaquos, late of La halna, Maul, deceased. Order for Notice of Hearing. Petition for Probate of Will. A Document purporting to be tho last will and testament of Manuel Gon salves allap Coaques, deceased, having on the 15th dny of September, A, D. 1903 been presented to said- Probate Court and a petition for tho probate thereof and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary to A, NIIayselden hav ing been Wed by Embellnai Gonsalves Coaques: ' It Is lierphv nrilprwl flint Mnnrinv flip r-- - - " - " - - - - I -.' 23rd day of October, A. D. 1905 at 10 o'clock a. m. of said, day at the court room of said court at Lnhalna, County of Mnui, be and the Kit. mo hereby Is appointed the tlnie .-uid place for prov ing said Will and hearing said applica tion. It Is further ordered, Uunt notice thereof bp given, by publication onco n week for three succeshlvo weeks, In the Hawaiian Star a newspaper pub lished ln tho English language, tho last publication to bo not less than ten days previous to tho time therein appointed for hearing. (Signed) A. N. KEPOIKAI, Judgo of tho Circuit Court of the Second Circuit, Dated nt Wailuku, Maul, Sptember lGth. 1905. f Attest: ' -fit (Signed) EDMUND II. HART. (Seal) Clerk. 4ts-Sept. 21. f8, Oct. :, 12. i imsmgsssmF.'i?. N I I ty! s .1 a: