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THB HAWAIIAN 8TAR, " BATURDA V, DECEMBER 26, 1908.
FIVE t t m - 'J VT liavrniian Lodgi No. 21, F.& A. M. A' There will be a .Special meot- Ing of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, P. & A. M., at Its hall, Mason ic Temple, corner ol liotel and Alakea streets, THIS (SATURDAY) EVEN ING, December 2C, 1908, 7:30 p. m. INSTALLATION OP .OFFICERS. Members ot Pacino Lodgo, Oceanic Lodge,' and all visiting brethren, are fraternally Invited to attend. By order of the W. M. Ki-.R. Q. WALLACE, Secretary. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .First Circuit Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of August to Show Dreler, deceased. Order Cause on Executors' Application to On reading and filing tho Petition .of Cecil Brown and P. A. Schaefer as Executors of tho last will nud testa- ment of August Dreler, deceased, pray- ing for an order permitting them to enter Into a certain agreement with tho United States ot America for the sale of certain real estate belonging to saliL estate, namely: (1) Lots 4 and 5 of the Pratt pro- perty, at Kalla, Walklki, Honolulu in Unw ritvniK nrn.a 13.900 snuaro feet. r,: "Vh " :"7 bribed m 3 ;"V ,n to H. J. H. w,Lnrtr Amm 2 of Royal PnfnT & nn l C Award 1BU i to Patcnt 2840 on L. C. Award 1515 to Kalhoulua, and in deeds recorded in S ?5tn?HH. terest In Lot G of said Pratt property. area 6,900 square feet and Bath lots "J," "K," and "L" having .an aggre gate length of 45 feet and a depth of 1G.5 feet at tho mauka side and 24 feet at tho makal side, all situate at said Kalla. being portions of landB described in Royal Patent 2840, Apana 2, L. C. Award '1515, and in deed rec orded In Liber 310, page 18 and setting U1UCU JU OAUf f i , 1., i, .nirt tn-wlt: real esiaie suuuiu uu w, i.. H.mn,nn fminpnf. .inmainl proceedings have been Instituted In , the United States Circuit Court for the ! Territory of Hawaii by the United ofof w,w i,i inndfl nn,i it Is desirable and of advantage to said es-l tate to enter Into said agreement at once; that the sum offered by the United States for the entire property aforesaid Including, all interests in said Lots 4, 5 and G and both lots Is ?14, 250.00, which is a fair and reasonable valuation for the" same; that ot said sum, to-wit, $11,043.75 represents the interest of the estate of August Dreler, deceasedl It is Hereby Ordered, That the heira'ue80n' bmlui & Vo.. urugs, etc.t and next of kin ot said decedent and Very-good. all persons interested in the said esJ A. Blom, dry goods.-Very good in tnti, nniwnr teforo thin Court on deed- no. complaint at all. Fifteen to Thursday, tho 28th day ot January, A. D. 1909, 909, at nlna.(9) o'clock 3. m.. Court. , Room of this Court," "in ' at the Honolulu, then and there to show cause why an order should not be granted for the sale of .such estate, as above prayed. And it ls further Ordered, That a notice ot this order be published at least once a week for three successive , weeks before the said day of hearing, ln the Hawaiian Star newspaper pub lished in Honolulu, the last publica tion to be not less than ten days pre vious to the tlnie therein appointed for said hearing. Dated at 'Honolulu, Dec. 23, 1908. (Sgd.) J. T. DE BOLT, First Judge or the Circuit Court ot the First Circuit. Attest: JOB BATCHELOR, Clerk of tho Circuit Court of the First Circuit 4ts Dec. 2G, Jan. 2, 9, 1G. Candy Every Day,at the PALM CAFE HOTEL AND UNION when once lost, can be restored only by glasses that suit tho eyes perfectly. Wo will glvo you Just tho glasses your eyes require for easy vision. Clear vision DOLE IS UP TO DATE LOCAL FEDERAL COURT CALEN DAR. NOT AS PAR BEHIND AS ARE MOST OTHERS. (Special Correspondence.) WASHINGTON, D. C, December 14 The prospects are not bright for the enactment ot legislation during the present session of Congress to provide i tt" addltlonal Fe(leral JudSe f wun. Aiemuers ot tne senate uomtnit- teo on the Judiciary which has the matter under consideration, are ot tho opinion that the number ot residents ln tuo rjlatrict ot iIawall la not large enough to jlIstify having more than 0IlQ Federal Judg0 The dlstrlct ls hl hetier Bhai)C BQ far &g UeelJhB the iegal buslnesa up to current Uate is ,concerned tnan any otner Federal District in the country. Under theso clrcumstancca tho Conunltteo mem. bers d(J not feel hkQ lncreasl rante. in.. .1. . . ... f. - . - .c"3tot.mllm,",nBUle.leu- J"Q,Cm' 8J'St.em n? term?ry: f,OS8,u7 sme pmn wm 09 evo,veu JUdg frm th(J CaUforula District wm be assign- ed tQ ho,d CQUrt intervals In 't eUt JUdSe 18 d'SaUalIfled bC H. May & Co., groceries. Have been very busy so far. Very satisfactory business. Whitney & Marsh, dry goods. Very 1 0Iuce Specialty Co.-S.ame as usual. ir j , . , More demand for some lines, especially . wrlt ers . I Wal, Nichols Co., books, etc. Very BOod' compares well with former years - E- - Hal1 & Son hardware-Very good- luiiiiuiuciuieib anoe uo, j uny up to the average. Honolulu Photo Supply Co. Better, than last year but not so good as be fore the San Francisco fire. Think PePle spending more money durr. rInB the year than formerly, r T. "G. Thrum, books, etc- Fiue, very good; twenty per cent better than last year, "ave aone a" we expected anu more. Kash. furnlshlng.-Pretty fair, luuiK aggregate saies just as large as last year. N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. Think business has been pretty good, about the same as last year. M. R. Counter, Jeweler. Very: good. faf ahead of last year. A. B. Arleigh & Co., books, eta Think about the same as last year. Thought It would be better but do not think it is. C. Dletz. -jeweler. Very good. H.- Culman, jeweler, Very good, no complaint to make, ver satisfactory with us.' C. J. Day & Co., groceries. Have had a very busy week. Think better than i last year. Ehlers & Co., dry goods. All right. think better than last year. Honolulu Drug Co. Not as good as last year. Holllster Drug Co. Fair, think last year was better. More people were on ,tho streets at night last season. H. F. Wlchman & Co., Jewelry. Would say it Is fairly good. Cannot say yet how it is going to stack . up with last year but think It ls just as good. Bergstrom Music Co. Very nice, about the same as last year. Gunst-Eakln Co., tobacconist. A No. 1, no kick at all. Sllva's Toggery. Very good, line. Reminds one of the olden days. W. W. DIroond & Co., crockery, classware. household goods, etc. Have been rushed from morning to night Were to close at 11 last night hut did not get away until ten mln utes to twelve. J AT tjlcapitol; A public Sunday bund concert will , bo given at 3 p. in. tomorrow at tho Capitol grounds, tho following pro gram to bo rendered: PART I. Tho Old Hundred. Overture Poet and Peasant ....Supp ... , it, uiiorus-uunimubur Gloria-Twelfth Muss .Moxart Solectlon Christmas Neat PART II. VocalHawiillim wings.. Ar. by Merger BoloctonHoly Day Williams JntormuMo Jolly Plonsurwi . . . .Llulio Flnulft Intfliitlvo TliiiVlmu' Tho filar Bimnnlwl llunner. line Job Printing HlAf orrje, HDL DAY mm SUNDA N AT KEPOIKAI (Continued from Page One.) the arrival of Governor K.ear In Wash ington, but delayed on account of the ' $35,000 damage suit of Carl Waldeyer ngalnst the Wa'lluku Sugar Company, Which has been beforn the Circuit Court In Walluku since November 20. j It was feared that, If the fact that the resignation had been accepted was made known, It might Influence the case In one way or the other, so every-1 1. t 1 1. 1.' 1 1 t 1 . mt.- ! Waldeyer suit went to the jury Wed nesday night and a Verdict for the defendant was brought In after thrco hours deliberation. This was cabled ,nmieullltel' to Washington. It H irnncr.'illv lttnlet-Htnn.t nn.i mi the best of authority, that Judge Sel- den 13. Kingsbury will be appointed to AH the vacancy. Many have sug- B0Bted the name ot Dan case, former- ly county attorney of tMaul. but on occount of the prominent part which he took In the fight against Kepolknl, being beaten several times, but now at lost winning out, it Is doubtful if the offer would be made to him, or If he would accept, under the circumstances. The charge which brought Kopolkai to his downfall was one which In volved the borrowing of money from an estate while It was in the custody UI .esue fth0 court. It was alleged and prov beyond reasonable doubt that Judge Kepolkai obtained a loan from the cs- tato f a t,ead JaPa"e Of J1000. glV- nK his personal note unendnr, nn.i .nsecured for SS eU a3 .ad,!tl0na' "r0f and th.tesU- intuit 111 1 mm niiii icr ivno mrwnninii in Washington some five months ago. It woa thought that Immediate ac- tion would bo taken but up to this time it has been impossible to learn a single thing froni Governor Frear, Secretary Garfield, or the Department of Juntlce In regard to the matter which could be used for publication. When Governor Frear left for Wash ington he promised to look Into the matter but gave no inklinc of what . , . , . - might be done. For the past two weeks, however, the acceptance of the resignation has been only ayynitlng tho completion of the Waldeyer suit. SPREGKELS (Continuer rrom Page One.! Sprecgels for some years took an ac- tlve Interest in the politics ot the Ha- wallan ruonnrchy. Often he was the power behind the throne in the mak ing and unmaking of ministries. From his positive temperament he sometimes made things political somewhat lively when it did the old town no harm to have Its somnolency disturbed. . Mr Spreckels, however, gave up the game of local politics when Knlakaua chang ed his ministry at the close of the long legislative session of 188G. The revo lution ot 1887 Introduced an element of responsible government Into cabinet making. Mr. Spreckels only once more took a personal Interest In Hawaiian political affairs, when he took sides jjuiuii-ui ttuujm, wiicii lit: iuuk &iue i with the Royalists .jr tne restoration ' of Queen Lllluokalanl. After the fall-. urn nf thnt .mmo ho ,ir,nno,i n,.aiiv nil his concern In the public affairs ot Hawaii. ifiHi i At various tihies from 1S8G on Mr. Spreckels has made" distributions of his property interests In these islands, including. valuable real estate ln Ho nolulu, amongst members of his fam ily. Only this month, through his sou Rudolph and Sprecgels building was sold to the Irwin corporation and Mr. Irwin acquired all the Interest of Its patronymic ln the bank ot Onus Spreckels & Co. Emma, the daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Clans Spreckels, married sonic years ago a Mr. Watson who since died' and it is said she married again. The sons are John D., Adolph B., C. A. (Gus") and Rudolph Spreckels. John D. Spreckels was here before his fath er, being a clerk with H. Hackfeld & Co. Then he went with Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. on Maul to 16arn the sugar planting Industry. Re turning to San Francisco he formed the Arm of John D. Silreckels & Bros. Co., and was doing business in that connection with WG. Irwin & Co., before his father's partnership In that , Chamucr of commerce of this city in .erected on the Manuka site, some sov flrm. j rescinding its former resolution in re- en or eight months time will bo sav- AU of the Spreckels boys have prov- fiard to. the Coastwise shipping laws, ed. according to tho Governor. The ed worthy sons of a worthy sire as ! Tll slt"itlon is rather complex, how- addresses of tho architects asked by successful men of business. " Rudolph lewr us boforo 11,0 newB of tno actlonhlm-have been received and tney will has nchleved, In Inte days, a national reputation as a municipal reformer, especially In his financing of tho San Francisco graft prosecutions. I The meeting ot the Guild and Wo men's Auxiliary of St. Andrew's cathe dral Is postponed for one week aud will bo held ou Monday, January I, In tho Sunday school room. Sonio members of tho Men's Loague of Central Union church will have charge of tho sorvlcos nt Otihu Prison . mi I Ill ..I lu.m.wuw. , w. " the organ and slilg. Cluirlos Honour will spenk. lUSPOIlIS AND AFTKH. (lri'uir-"All men nru iml before Uio mw. n llrow-'Ywtvbut After thy iio. Miuiyliiwtflr. Vt.. lumonlliiK to a whin- III" 1 ; Ik-mill riMWlVtMl VUMlerdllV. Ulld llXIUUltli t not rine-'Jon Phntlnaf mnQMo, - COURTS HOLD SWAY BEFORE PRESIDENT (Assoctalert Press Cable to The Star.) WASHINGTON, I). C. December 20. President Roosevelt has issued a statement In regard to the applications which have been made for pardon for Compere, Morrison and Mitchell, Ho stutes that on account of the fact that tho matter Is still before the courts he Is unable to take any action toward granting a pardon nor can he oven SAN FRANCISCO. December 2G. arrest by the United States marshal contempt of court In Honolulu. :RTErmest! Wlrschulelt was the mate of the oil steamer Rosecrans when Archibald McKlnnon was murdered by John Wynne. He was subpoenaed to appear as n witness but went to the coast and refused to obey tho process Issued from Judgo Dole's court. A warrant for his arrest on a charge of con tempt of court was Issued some time ago ln this city and sent to San Fran cisco for service. CANNON NEEDED TO MOSCOW, Russia, December 2G. secret service bureau was killed today Many others were killed and wounded suburban vlllai The efforts of troops to drive the Nihilists from their refu BIG BANKER FAIL NEW YORK, December 26. Henry has assigned. His liabilities amount Coastwise Bill Is In The SENATOR PERKINS INTRODUCES ACT TO AMEND THE TRANSPORTA TION LAWS AS FAR AS HAWAII IS CONCERNED HAS THE AP PROVAL OF THE AUTHOR OF THE BILL BILL TO REFUND $23,393 OF LIGHTHOUSE EXPENSES. JM'Jj; V WASHINGTON, D. C December 11. Senator Flint today introduced biils to ratify an act of the legislature of Plies of Washington. The bill was or the Territory of Hawaii authorizing dered recommitted. the manufacture aud distribution of electric power in the districts of La haina and Walluku, Hawaii. Senator Perkins moved In the Senate today that Senate bill G840 be recom- mtted to the Committee on Commerce, ine uul amenas tne laws, concerning transportation between the ports of the Territory of Hawaii and other port's of the United States. Senator Perkins stated that he made the mo tion at the Instance of the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce and merchants VERNOR FRE .REPORTS THE COASTWISE 'SUSPENSION BILL AS HUNG UP WITH POSSIBILITY OF BEING DEFEATED BY DELAY DIRECTOR NEW ELL STEPS INTO THE BREACH BEFORE CONSERVATION COM MISSION GOVERNOR BEFORE COMMITTEES. In his letter to. Acting Govornor Mott-Smlth Governor Frear states that "S rcels. ver' much gratified at the i iukku a icw uujb uko uj uiu taken here was received, Senatorfall bo given a chanco to try for tho Piles, who Introduced and Is fathering work. the bill, had It referred back to the ! conunltteo, which will possibly causo . somo dolay and may defeat It. j Governor Frear states that ho has boon so hutiy tltat ho has boon unablo to give much time either to the meet ings of tho Conservation Commission or to the Rivers and Harbors Congross. I Ho says that Hawaii was very well represented, howovor. Director of tho , Reclamation Servlco F. If. Nowoll rog- i,,..,..., n irwii ,i'i, . .., ......- . ...w latit inontloiiml conference. Tho Gov- ' ()r slutuH tm, t0 ,,nwnlInil uIo. gate nt tho River and Harbors Con- grew was vory prominent mid rond n rmnurkubiy dtrong addrotw which t- tiifitod ii great dual at iittuiitlon. TIid (Invfli'iior HPtint Christinas lit to rut urn in tliU lty ty the Nliuwn Mum. wlilyli Ii dim liwn HlHRit Jim express an opinion on the subject. Captain Wlrschulclt was placed under ln this city today being charged with UBDUE NIHIL! Baron Cutte, tho Chief of the Imperial ln a pitched battle with revolutionists. In the affray which took place in a of soldiers and artillery were needed ge. Poor, a prominent banker of this city to over three million dollars. of Hawaiian territory and also by con sent of the author of the bill, Senator In the House today Representative Miller, Chairman of the Committee on Claims, called up and secured the pas sage of the bill to refund to the Ter- rltory of Hawaii the sum of $23,393. G9 ' for money paid and expondeTl by tho Territory ln maintaining light houses. bell buoys and light house service on the coast from the time the Territory became a part of the United States un til the light house service was placed under the control of the light house board. 20. Attorney General Hemenway wilt return with him. Through the calling for competitive uesigns ior mo ieuerai nuuaing to ue The matter of leaving Hawaii out on tho postal agreement with Great llritain was to bo taken up with tho Postmaster General by Govornor Froar on the day after he wrote. He states thut tho third assistant postmas ter general ruled ngalnst him on tho proposition of sondlng the election bal lots and othor material through tho mall by frank. By doing thlB sonio 1300 would ho saved to tho Torrltory. Nn n. h rw,,,... t., .i..J.'. w. ............. . ..... iiuuiim- wl th. Public Lands Committee of tho R(,mlto nIll, (o()k 0 , ,,. with the Hoiuo Coiiiiulttou, on Ooo. 14 but did not romplnto hU argument. Ho win in mo Into dm limttor more fully the noxt day. Anotlmr matliir tulion tin wuh I lie imo of tho ldxlnnii mnm. prlntluii for Ittpmiiy work toward tho urmllnn nf n ImlMInu nt Ifnlllil 'IM.I. wuh Lnlhwl over y Hid niivurniir with gurvHin Utrniwl Wyumw. Senate WHEN YOU CATCH A COLD Always Take a FVw Doses of Pc-ru-na It Is Dsui&rcrous Mr Oeorm- A Ni 'hola. 71 U"-..lliiiBl ' i Australia), U a prominent grocer. J year He vmp aj follow "I have ou jeveral occasion, when t used Peruna with the best of reaultn lor eucii aliments MR. GEORGE A LARGE per cent, of chronic ail- ments ix-pia with a neglected cold. A cold p.-oduco congestion ot tomu Internal organ. The congestion at last becomes chronic and organic disease is the result. When an organic disease becomes thoroughly established It is absolutely Incurable. Thus it is dangerous to neglect a cold. A remedy should always te at hand (hat can be relied upon to promptly re lieve a cold. There ls no better remedy in the world for this purpose than Peruna, which has been in use for a great many years. It has been the standby In a multitude of homes as a remedy for rolds. couch and catarrhal ailments of summer and 1 W?WfftWii!W' 'VzmBmmi :,.:v7? Winter. Marshall street. KlclimonU. Va. The following -wholesale druggists will supply the retail trade: BENSON SMITH & CO, Honolulu Hawaii. sin ION ARWIY'S PI HEER Ul Staff Captain Bradley and his help ers desire to thank all those who have helped so materially and gladly to make successful their effort to bring relief,' comfort and cheer to the poor of Honolulu. Ninety baskets or boxes filled with food for a substantial Christmas din ner went to as many homes on Thurs day, each family receiving a duck, chicken, or a good piece of beef, In , some cases a fowl and beet as well, potatoes, onions, poi, rice, sugar, cof fee, bread, butter and pie. oranges, apples, nuts and candy. Sufficient for at least five persons was In tho smallest box, thus supply ing at least 450 persons. In addition to this, a good dinner was spread at the reading room on Nuuanu avenue of which a number ot single men availed themselves. At night a tremendous crowd of street boys thronged their hall at King and Nuuanu streets. Six hun dred tickets had been distributed and more were admitted. These boys were difficult to handle hut nfter they had received their treat, and had been dis posed of, peace was restored, and the Sunday school children came in for their legitimate share, and a nlco pro gram was rendered and the toys and other gifts were distributed to the evi dent satisfaction of the young peo ple. A good deal of labor was expended In this effort, but probably-it has been the most practical and far-reaching Christmas work the Army has yet un dertaken In Honolulu. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. Classified Advertising LOST A Watorman's Fountain pen Monday morning near tho McCandlcss build ing. A roward is offered for Its re turn to this olllcc. MALE HELP WANTED. PIANO-TUNING AND REPAIRING. James Sheridan, tuner and repair ing of pianos and organs. No. 102, Hotel Btrcot, orders loft nt Hnwallau Nows Co., Young building. Good pianos to ront or sell at cliospent rates. ROOM AND BOARD. THB COURTLANl). Ib n high clnsa, private hotel nt run. Bonnhlo rates, located nt the corner of ninnmrn am! eretuula street. " FOR RENT. I'irHt'olttim riiriilahmj rPunlH'gJnTrin' ly located. Hot anil Polfl baths. Ar llnvton IIdIhI, 9)6 Hotel HI. Lid QTnnAC (o Xesrloet a, Cold. i: street, I.aun.' t n, Tasmania) Having been in tho uineM .iixmt jbj aflliriod with a cough or cold, 1 Relieve it to be a splendid remedy) A. NICHOLAS. j Wo will plve a few prclmeus of tho ; many testimonials wo have rooelved from different part o( tho world ns to . the eihcucy of Peruna as a remedy tor j colds: "1 contracted a severe cold, and be- , cameaflllcted with a badcough. 1 began taking Peruna. In a short tlmo my cough and colli were pone." Mr. Louis Monpetlt, i!31 St. Elizabeth Ave., SU Henry, Montreal, Canada. "I have received great benefit from Peruna, and hope to see It In my coun try, Cuba. The home protected by Peruna is free from catarrh." Mr. Joso I. Soler. President Cuban Fruit Co., i01 Jerome Ave.. New York, N. Y. "As soon as 1 get a cold I send for Peruna, and it drives It outof my yg- tern." Mr. L. Clifford Flgg, Jr., affj E, iMuuMsJUsm " " oHono!ulu.Hawu FOR WW Nuuanu Avenue J50.00 Nuuanu Avenue J35.00 School Street ; $40.00 Quarry Street J22.60 Klnau Street $25.00 Lunalllo St. (Furnished).. J40. 00 Alapal Street $10.00 Two fine bargtus In Maklki District at $2,GE0 and $1800. Corner of Fort and Merchant Sts. 8 Talk g By Wireless g J TV W wnn island friends or ropre 5 tentative. FOR HALI51WA. Golf U tho attraction at Halolwa JuBt now and whllo tho county road is lu such n deplorable condition, guewts will snjoy tho ride by enrs which la really vory pleasant. The scenery, onnit ami moiiutaln Is vory beautiful and wins the admiration 0r everyone. Tho at tKimniodatlons mid enlRine t Hwlelwa U noh an mipwli q iiibii and wojuhii who nre nMiitumil to tliu lt.tt. Oialr llhlHoad Ii ui manuior f the ntel. FOR SALE! UHE ta" 'i " ! j Ikwton JlulldlliK