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TUB HAWAIIAN ST AH, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1908.
SEVEN Fraternal Mootlnps HARMONY LODGE No. 3, I. O. O. F. Meets every Monday evening at 7:30 In Odd Follows Hall, Fort Street. Vis iting brothers cordially Invited to at tend. BEN F. VICKERS. N. O. E. R. HENDRY, Sec. HONOLULU LODGE 616, P. B. O. E. will meet In their hall, King street near Fort, every Friday evening. By order of the E. R. WM. H. McINERNY, E. R. H. C. EASTON, Secy. DIVISION No. 1, A. O. H. DIVISION No. 1, A. O. H. Meets every first and third Wednes day, at 8 p. m in C. B. U. Hall, Fort Street. Visiting brothers are cordially invited to attend. FRANK D. CREEDON, Pres. JAMES T. uaREY, Sec. 4 SUITS FOR $1 50. 4 SUITS FOR ?1.50. We will clean and press 4 suits a month for ?1.50 if you Join our clothes cleaning club. Good work guaranteed. JOIN NOW. TELEPHONE 496. riio Ohio Clothes Cleaning Co". . Harrison Block, Berctanla nr Fort. AGENTS FOR THE Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng. Scottish Union & National Ins. Co., of Edlnburg, Scotland. Commercial Union ABSuranco Co. of London. The Upper Rhine Ins. Co., Ltd. Why not your husband. fix up that den for Original designs and coloring by The Decorator. Phone 397 Elite Building Sharp Signs make trade. aiJlllllIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli E Nothing -will please a young lady E better than a E i Molted I Comb OR A E We can show you both in varl E ous designs and at prices that will eult you. E ONLY HONEST GOODS. HOTEL STREET E iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimirl The Latest Parisian GOWNS!. MADAME LAMBERTS Harrison Block. Beretanla & Fort Hta HOLIDAY GIFT GOODS ! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. OAT & MOSSMAN 76 Merchant St., near P. O. Fire Insurance Atlas Assurance Company of London Now York Undonvritors Agency Providence Washington In surance Company Tho 0, P, Dllllnfiliam Co., Ltd, General Afc-enta for HAWAII, fourth, Floor, Blunge wl4 HulMing. W. G-. MI & Cfl. lis Prats Tom Sharp Si Butt I J.R.H li 3 AMENDMENTS TO THE ORGANIC ACT E. A. Mott-Smlth, the Acting Gov ernor, lias given out the following as Governor Frear's proposed amendments to tho Organic Act: PAY OF LEGISLATORS. Section 2C. That the members ot the Legislature shall receive for their services, in addition to mileage at the rate of ten cents a mile each way, the sum of six hundred dollars for each regular session, payable in three equal Instalments on and after the first, thir tieth and fiftieth days of the session, provided they shall receive no com pensation for any extra session under tho provisions of section fifty-four ot this act. THE JUDICIARY, ETC. Section SO. That the president shall nominate and, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, appoint the chlet justice and justices of tho su premo court, tho judges of the circuit courts, who shall hold their respective ofllces for the term of four years, and until their successors are appointed and qualified, unless sooner removed by the President. Nor shall any judge sit in any case in which he may have been of counsel or on an appeal from any I decision or judgment rendered by him, I and tho Legislature of the Territory 1 may add other causes of dlsquallflca- tlon to those herein enumerated REMOVAL OF OFFICERS. I He (tho Governor) may remove from office any of such officers. RESTORATION OF PROPERTY. Section 91. And any such public property taken for the uses and pur poses of the United States by direction of tho President or ot the Governor of Hawaii may be restored to its previous status by direction of the President; and the title given such public prop erty in the pohscssion and use of tiie Territory for the purposes of schools, cemeteries, parks, roads, wharves, wa ter works, sewer works, electric works, public buildings, or other public pur poses, or required for any such pur poses, may be transferred to the Ter ritory by direction of the President, and any such property may thereafter be transferred to any city, county or other political subdivision thereof by direction of the Governor of the Ter ritory, when thereunto authorized by the Legislature. SALARIES OF OFFICERS. The following officers shall receive the following salaries, to be paid by the United States: The governor, ten thousand dollars; the secretary of tho Territory, five thousand dollars; the chief justice of the supreme court ot the Territory, seven thousand five hun dred dollars; the associate justices of the- supreme court seven thousand dol lars each; tho Judges ot the circuit courts, four thousand dollars each; the United States district judge, seven thousand dollars; the United States marshal three thousand dollars; the United States district attorney, three thousand dollars. And the governor shall receive annually, In addition to his salary, the sum of one thousand dollars for stationery, postage and in cidentals; also his traveling expenses while absent from the capital on offi cial business, and the sum of two thousand dollars annually for his pri vate secretary. NATURALIZATIONS CONFIRMED. Section 100. All records relating to naturalization all declarations of inten tion to become citizens of the United States, and all certificates of naturali zation filed, recorded or Issued prior to June twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and six in or from any circuit court of the Territory of Hawaii shall for all purposes be deemed to be and to have been made, filed, recorded or Issued by a court with jurisdiction to naturalize aliens, but shall not be by this Act further validated or legalized, ABOLISH HIGH SHERIFF. Section 79 of the Organic Act pro viding for a high sheriff and deputies and defining their duties is proposed to bo repealed. COUNTY LOANS. An amendment is proposed to en able counties to issue bonds under conditions to be prescribed by the le gislature. It will give a maximum life of thirty years to bonds Issued under Territorial authority instead of tho present limit of fifteen years. Re demption of bonds will be in yearly instalments according to their terms, thus avoiding the necessity of a sink ing fund. , CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY IN SOUTH AFRICA. Mr. S. Schneider, ot Kofteyfonteiu, O. R. C, Is very grateful to tho manu facturorera of Chamborlaln'B Cough Remedy, Ho has found that It cures his children us well as hlmsolf ot their coughs nnd colds. They wero nil coughing and got no relief until this romedy wna usod. Many parents have inndo this same iloscovery. Thorn la nothlngt bettor for coughs, colds nnd croup, iiml na It contiilna on Injurious Biilistniico, thoro a no danger In giving It to the children, For nle Y H iloillurH, Hoiikoii, Slmtli & Co, agents for Hawaii, Nn Job Printing, our Qffiei. CENTRAL UNION CHURCH. (Services Sunday December 27, 1908) 9: BO n. m. in chapel and parish house, the Bible school, Clifton H. Tracy, superintendent. 10 a. m. In the parlor, Bible study section of Men's League under the di rection of the assistant minister. Sub ject: "The Preservation of the Old Tes tamentA Study ot the Ancient Ma nuscripts.'' 11a. in. morning worship. Continua tion of Christmas services. Sermon by the Minister "Unto us a Chldl is Born." Special music: Anthem "O Little Town ot Bethle hem" Ncldllnger Tho Choir. Offertory Solo "Our Saviour's Birth Van" do Water Mrs. F. J. Hare. Carol "Sleep Holy Babe" Anon The Choir. 0:30 p. in. in the Parish House, Christian Endeavor. Year end service. Topic: "Foreign Missions The New Life In China." Leader, Mr. Frank W. Damon. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. The Oratorio ot tho Messoah, Handel. By a combined chorus of 200 voices from the Normal and Kamehameha schools. Mr. Stanley Livingston, director. Soloists, Mrs. Alan White, soprano; Mr. Arthur Wall tenor; Mrs. Walter Moffman alto; Mr. Chester Livingston baritone. PERTINENT QUERY. Myer "There goes wuo wjjj mako his a" young man mark in the world." Gyer "What's the trouble can't ho write his name?" Fine Job Printing. Star Office. IWC. OHTA CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Estimates given on all kinds of work. 636 South Hotel St., between Punch bowl & Alapai. EDGWORTII TOBACCO-QBOID Two Best II poking Tobaccos on tl Market. MYRTLE CIGAR STORE and FITZPATRICK BROS. Agents. Ring; JJ The City Messenger Service for prompt delivery, personal attention and carefulness to parcels and mes sages. CITY MESSENGER SERVICE. Union Street Phone 422 Eat flnfl BeJHemj. Our finely cooked meals are of the best in the city. Clean and neat are our tables and fixings. Private rooms that are cool and commodious. Tfie Boston Restaurant under our management will be open all evening from now on. Regular meals 25c. HOTEL NEAR FORT. We Are Ready For You I A' fit T.V.I . .... COME IN AT ''. THE BEST REMEMBRANCE of you Is a picture ot yourself given among your friends. Let us show you somo of our work. Honolulu Art HOTEL NEAR The Development of the REMINGTON IS THE History of the Writing Machine New Models 10 and 11 Now Ready MODEL 10. MODEL u. COLUMN SELECTOR. BUILT-IN TABULATOR. Office Supply Co., Ltd 931 Fort Street. EXCLUSIVE TERRITORIAL AGENTS. ooooeoeoeooeooooooaooeoeoaoeoeoceceoooooaoo Now is the Time to Buy Your Xmas Goods Besides our BEAUTIFUL WILLOW FRAMES wc have a Fine Lot of Artistic Designs that are sure to please. One of our FRAMES with your picture in will make a Delightful Xmas Present. Pacific Picture Framing Co. NUUANU BELOW HOTEL. s Christmas Sale ! JAPANESE EMBROIDERY, SILK KIMONOS, SHIMS, SHIRT WAISTS, GOWNS AND SCREENS, LACQUER' BOXES, CHINA WARES AND ALL KINDS OF HATS COME AND SEE US HOTEL NEAR NUUANU At least we have our LARGE STOCK of IMPORTED GOODS unpacked and they are ready for your inspection. TOYS, LACQUER WARE AND CROCKERY OF DURABILITY AND ELEGANCE. UUP JlUliUclj GOODS MAKE THE MOST PLEASING XMAS PRESENT. New Patterned KIMONOS, Beautiful Silks and Cotton Crepes, Linen and Crepe 1 TABLE COVERS, BUREAU SCARFS and MILLINERY. ONCE AND LET US SHOW YOU IWAKAMI Robinson Block Hotel and Bothol Stroota It always Is welcome Photo Gallery NUUANU. w;o.;. :o:.vy ?: .. v OUR GOODS. .. to your friends, For Rent Building on corner of Nuuanu and Queen Strcita, known as the "Red Front Store.'' i 924 Beinell Street I FEEL FINE JUST HAD A MEAL AT THE CRITERION GRILL Bethel St., near Hotel. CHOICE EGGS FOR HATCHING from PRIZE WINNER 8T0CK. Crystal" Whlto Orpingtons, S. Gray OorklngB, Black Minorcas, Whlto Leg fcorns "Nonpareils," Brown Lcghorni ind Buff Wyandotte. Orders filled in rotation and careful- r packed. WALTER O. WEEDON, P. O. Box 658. Hnnoluln. CHINEBB NHWSRAPBB PUBLISHING AND JOB PRINTlNO. No. II Cor. ot Bmlta and Hot) BU C, BREWER & CO., LTD, QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H. AGENTS TOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Walluku Sugar Company. Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Pepeekeo Sugar Co., Kapapala Ranca Charlei II. Cook President Geo. H. Robertson. V-Prea. Jb Mgr. H. Faxon Bishop.... Tree, ft Becy. F. W. Macfarlane Auditor P. O. Jonei Director O. H. Cooke Director J. R. Gait DIretcor All ot the above named conatltata the Board of Directors. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States, for the Territory of Hawaii. The United States ot America, plain tiff, vs. Joseph O. Carter, et als., de fendants. Action brought in said District Court, and the Complaint filed in tho office of tho Clerk of said District Court In Honolulu. THE PRESIDENT OK THE UNITED STATES OP AMERICA, GREET ING: To JOSEPH O. CARTER, SAMUEL, M. DAMON, WILLIAM O. SMITH, E. FAXON BISHOP and ALBERT F. JUDD, Trustees under tho Will and of the Estato of BERNICE P. BISHOP, deceased; YAMAMURA, whose true and full name is unknown; S. O. FU- G1TA, whose true and full name Is unknown; T. NAKAPUGI, whoso true and full name Is unknown; M. TABA RA, whoso true and full name is un known; YAMADA, whoso truo and full namo is unknown; HARAMOTO, whoso true apd full name Is unknown; NA KAGAWA, whoso truo and full name Is unknown; YASIDA, whose true and full namo is unknown; GOO PING; WONG HUNG WAH; CHUNG CHONG and LAI SEE; YUKUTA, whoso ttie and full namo is unknown; NAKA MURA, whose true and full name is unknown; JOHN ALFRED MAGOON; EMMELINE M. MAGOON. wife of JOHN ALFRED MAGOON; ARTHUR M. BROWN; KALAEONE; JUDAS KALAEONE, MARY KALAEONE, JO.HN KALAEONE and JAMES KA LAEONE, unknown heirs nt law of KALAEONE; KAIMOLA NAKOOKOO, otherwlso called KAIMOLA NAKOO KOO GRAY; SARAH NAKOOKOO; ANNA HELEN NAKOOKOO. other wlso called ANNA HELEN THO.MP SON; JANE NAKOOKOO. JAMES NA KOOKOO, MARY NAKOOKOO and SVMl'HL NAKOOKOO unknown heirs nt law of KAIIUNU NAKOOKOO, lie- cased; JOHN DOIC. RICHARD DOB MARY 8TIL1C8 nnd MARTHA 8T1I.HB unknown holra m htw of llAIItA.MA fltliHrwlen chIIm) HAILAMA, otlienvliM nilled IIIHAMA, ilocMiwd; KI1KOA NI'I, IIICNUV Ull.lOli; ANNA Oll.IWi RAMl'IOL (lll.ICK, JANM (1IUW mil) l'UTIM (Ill.tW, uutiuown Uelm at law r IIIINIIY UIMWi uwmMttl l II I ill BG101 j PAOA; JULIA PAOA; HENRY PAOA; I DAVID PIIKOI OKUU; MARY. K. HARBOTTLE; MARIA K. PIIKOI, J JOHN SMITH and JAMES THOMP- sun, unknown Heirs nt law of MELE, deceased; ELIZABETH K. PRATT; GORDRICH PRATT; KATE KEN NEDY; MARIA BREWER; EMMA PRATT; LEVI GORDR1DOE PRATT; EMILY O. PRATT; ELIZABETH S. NO YES; SARAH F. WALSH; WIL LIAM PRATT. ROBERT PRATT, EVELYN PRATT and FRANCES PRATT, unknown heirs at law of FRANKLIN S. PRATT, deceased; JAMES M. MONSARRAT, Trustee for SUSIE F. CARTWRIOHT; SUSIE P. CARTWRIGHT; KATE L. VI DA; SARAH SAVIDOE; CHARLES J. LUD WIGSEN; SUSIE E. Lt'DWIGSEN; MARY PORTER, MARY ALICE POR TER, a minor; J. H. MACPIIERSON, whose true and full name Is unknown; AIJRAM S. HUMPHREYS; CHARLES F. PETERSON; EMMA DREIER; EM ILK THOMAS DREIER; A DELE DREIER; AUGUST DREIER Jr.; ED WARD DREIER. DOROTHEA RBINCKE. ANNA MARKHAM; W. A. KINNEY, Guardian ad litem ot EMILE DREIER; F. A. SCHAEKER and CE CIL BROWN, Executors anil Trustees oftho last Will and Testament ot AUGUST DREIER, deceased; EMMA DRETER, Guardian ot the persons of tho minor children of AUGUST DREI ER, born of her body; F. A. SCHAE FER, Guardian of I ho property of tho minor children ot AUGUST DREIER, born of tho body of EMMA DREIER; PHILIP OPFERGELT; JOHN OPFER GELT and MARY OPFERGELT un known heirs at law of PHILIP OPFER GELT; LILIANET L. COOKE; A. F. COOKE; EMILY F. DAY; SEELY I. SHAW; ANNA L. SHAW, wife ot SEELY I. SHAW; GEORGE F. MC LEOD; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HAWAII, a corporation or ganized and existing under und by vir tue of the laws of the Congress ot the United States of America; FRANK E. THOMPSON; WILLIAM HENRY; THE BANK OF HAWAII, LIMITED, a corporation organized and existing un der and by virtue of the laws ot tho Territory of Hawaii; THE TERRI TORY OF HAVaII; THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY. LIMITED, a corporation organized and existing un der and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; MUTUAL TELE PHONE COMPANY, LIMITED, a cor poration organized and existing under and by virtue of tho laws ot tho Terri tory of Hawaii; COMMERCIAL PACI FIC CABLE COMPANY, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws ot tho State of New York; EDWARD M. WALSH; HAR RIET BROWN WALSH; JOHANNA ADELE DREIER; JOHN BROWN; JAMES BLACK, MARY PURPLE and JANE BLUE, unknown owners and claimants. DAVID NOHOLOA; ENOCH JOHNSON; HENRY SMITH, S. M. KANAKANUI; WILLIAM R. CAS TLE; J. J. SULLIVAN; and COIT HOBRON; claimants, Derendnnts; You arc Hereby Directed to Appear, and answer the Complaint In nn action ei ' I Vd as above, brought against you It District Court of tho United States, in and for tho Territory ot Ha waii within 20 days from and after service upon you of a certified copy ot Plaintiffs Petition herein, together with a certified copy of this Summons. And you are hereby notified that un less you appear and answer as above required, the said plaintiff will take Judgment for any money or damages demanded in tho complaint, as arising upon contract, or it will apply to tho Court for any other relief demanded in the Complaint. WITNESS the Honorable SANFORD B. HOLE, Judge of said District Court, this Fifth day ot December, In tho year of (SEAL) our Lord ono thousand nine hundred and eight and of the Independence of the United States tho one hundred and thirty third. A. E. MURPHY. Clerk. By Deputy Clerk. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ss. Territory of Hawaii, City of Honolulu. I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of tho Dis trict Court of tho United States ot America, in and for tho Territory and District of Hawaii, do hereby certify the foregoing to be n full, true nnd cor rect copy of the original Petition and Summons in case ot UNITED STATES OP AMERICA vs. J. O. CARTER, et als., as tho same remains of record and on file In the office of tho Clerk of said Court. IN WITNESS WHERE OF, I huvo hereunto'.set lny hand and ufllxed'tho (SEAL) el of aald Dlitrlct Cpurt this Etli day of DectutRer, a. d. iaos. A. K. MURPHY, Clerk of United 8tite District Court. Territory ot Hawaii. By Deputy Clrk. Ifiuilorwutieut. Mo. ST. Dletrlet Court of the U. . for Uiu Territory of Ha waii. UhIUn) HiutM) of American, Jottidi 0. OwrUr, tt ul. Humwliie. UulHtrt YV. U'Mlliil!, I'lilwUffe At f