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TIIEI HAWAIIAN ST AH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1009.
SEVEN 3 ) THE JgANK of Hawaii LIMITED. Incorporated Under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $1,028,982.39 OFFICERS: President....! Chas. M. Cooke Vice President P. C. Jones V16o-Pres. & Mgr C. H. Cooke Cashier F. 13. Damon Asst. Cashier C. Hustace, Jr. Asst. Cashier O. O. Fuller Secretary F. C. Athertan Auditor Z. K, Meyers DIRECTORS: Chas. M. Cooke, P. C. Jones, C. H. Cooke, P. B. Damon, F. C. Atherton, F. W. Macfarlane, E. F. Bishop, E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless, C. H. Ather ton, Geo. R. Carter COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS PARTMENTS. DE- Strict Attention given to all branches of Ranking JUDD BUILDING, FORT STREET Claus Spreckels. Win. G. Irwin BANKERS HONOLULU, - - - - H. T. San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON BAN 'FRANCISCO The Nevada Na tional Bank of San Francisco. LONDON Union of London 4: Smith's Bank, Ltd. NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. CHICAGO Corn Exchango National Bank. 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Branches and Agencies: Toklo, TCohe, Osaka, Nagasaki, Lon don, Lyons, New York, San Francisco, Bombay, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Han kow, Chefoo, Tientsin, Peking, New chang, Dalny. Port Arthur, Antung- Hilen, Llaoyang, Mukden, Tlenltng, Chunxchun. The bank buys and receives for col lection bills of exchanges, Issues Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transact a general banking business. Honolulu Branch 67 King Street Fancy TALLY CARDS For parties. Beautifully hand painted. OAT & MOSSMAN 7G Merchant St., near P. O. Y. WO SING CO. GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC. California Butter, 40c lb.; Cooking Butter, 35c lb.; Fresh Dried Fruits. 118C-U88 Nuuanu Street. Telophono Main 238. Box 352 Carriage manufacturers and repairing in all its branches. NEW OAHU CARRIAGE CO. Queen Street near River. ClausSpreckels&Co mm PROTECTED 1 i Thero was an interesting battle over tho wages of tho sailors of tho Vessel , , T ,.,.,., . . . . A. J. West in the Federal court at noon yesterday. Tho sailors were beaten In a libel against tho ship brought for them by George A. Davis. Before leaving port tho captain of tho A. J. , . West left the wages due them up to their discharge amounting to ?220, in tho hands of U. S. Commissioner Almy. Davis wanted to collect an attor- ( ney's fee out of (ho money, having u, power of attorney, but Almy with Un- cle Sam's regulations before his eyes refused to pay any claims against the deposit. Almy came Into court, where Davis. was waiting, and W. L. Stanley, attor-1 ney for the vessel, also appeared, but Almy, being a sort of judge himself, J was allowed as much freedom of speech In court as the licensed limbs of tho law. "There has been quite a little con- versatlon," Almy said at the first call, on him, "since your decision in this) case. So far as I know there are only two bills presented against this money. One is from tho court stenographer, Mr. Deas, and the other from Mr. Ever ton of the Seamen's Institute. I am informed there Is also a power of at torney from some of these sailors to collect their wages. Your Honor decided- you had no jurisdiction to order tho payment of tho money Into court. I have notified tho agent of the Sail ors' Union here and the shipping com missioner in San Francisco of tho clr cumstances. There is no reply as yet from San Francisco." District Attorney Breckons, examin ing the papers, said that in tho record the amount due -the men and tho place of deposit were fixed. He thought the court could take jurisdiction of the money to collect the costs. Almy, however, had taken a safe course in submitting the matter to the court. Almy asked how about the order he received from Washington not to pay out sailor's wages for anything. "Could' you pay any debts, to Mr. Everton for Instance?" the court in quired. "No, sir," Mr. Almy replied, quoting a case whero one was fined ?50 for paying an express bill. Davis contended that the sailors sub mitted their cause to the court, there fore the court had entire power over tho funds. Judge Dole thought everything sub mitted to the court was subject to the order of the court. "There have been so many different Ideas," Almy broke in, "I propose to sit still until Your Honor tells mo what to do." "I rather think Mr. Almy would ba protected under this record on paying the money into court," Breckons ob served. "I don't think ono cent can bo taken out of tho fund except the sum shown here. The objection be fore was that the court had no Juris diction. I advised Mr. Almy that ho need no pay anything unless ho chooses.' Almy said that having been present in court he knew Deas' bill was cor rect. Everton's bill also was correct and the sailors knew it. Breckons hero advised that the monoy be paid into court and whatever court costs were due be taken out and the balance returned to Almy. Ho (Breckons) had nothing to do with Everton. Davis asked for his counsel fees. "If you had come to my ofllco be foro you brought this case," Almy exclaimed, "you would not have to be standing hero today." Judge Dole Inquiringly suggested ?50, reminding Davis he had lost the case. "I did about $500 worth of work on that case," Davis answered, "and I ought to have a reasonable fee." Stanley hero mado his entrance to the proceedings with the remark, "Tho case ought never to have been brought." This initiated a hammer and tongs symphony, with an Interlude by the court to tho effect that there was no use in arguing the caso over again. Stanley hold It would be a bad pre cedent to allow a feo in such a case. An examination by counsel would have shown there was disobedience of tho captain's ordors. Davis, in different innings, claimed thevo was cvidonco only of breaking a capstan bar and taunted opposite counsol with failure to hnvo tho ovl denco of tho first niato taken. Almy. chipping In again, likened his ofllco to that of a police court, say ing once moro that it Davis had con sulted him ho nover would havo brought tho case. , Stanley objected to tho claim of Da vis that ho was an officer of tho court, Bayng ho was but an attorney in tho matter. Ho also said his own good faith in opposing a fee was shown in tho fact that his attltudo was op- THE WORKERS 10 1 CHILDREN At the annual meeting of Free Km- dercarten and Children's Aid As3ocla-1 tion, the Castle Memorial Klndergar ten was well filled with a company of Interested ladies, on Friday morning. Mrs. Richards, presided. After the usual opening exercises, most Inter esting reports were presented, by the different heads of departments, all showing that the work of tho ossocla- tion has been faithfully carried on dur tho ft year. The election of. officers resulted as foIowB, Presldent Mrs Tneodoro nlch. ar(s; lst vice president, Mrs. L. L. McCandless; 2nd vice president, Mrs. k. T. Peck; 3rd ,!cO president, Mrs. C. ,Coko' recording secretary, Mrs. Richard Ivers; financial secretaries, Mrs Gerrkt p wnder Jamea K jU(i,; treasurer of Kindergarten De- partment and treasurer of Castle Homo Mrs. F. M. Swanzy; auditor, D. W. Anderson. STANDING COMMITTEES. Ways and Means: Mrs. Z. K. Myers, chairman; Mrs. H. C. Coleman, Mrs. W. R. Brlnckerhoff, Mrs. Kingsbury, Mrs. M. Phillips. Fort Street School: Miss J. Parke, chairman, Mrs. J. L. McLean, Mrs. G. P. Wilder, Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mrs. Walter Hoffman, Miller Street. Mrs. A. V. Soares, chairman, Mrs. A. F. Cooke, Mrs. L. B. Coan, Miss Beatrice Castle. Vinueyard Street: Mrs. A. F. Wall, chairman; Miss E. Muther, Mrs. F. B. Angus, Mrs. II. B. Mariner, Mrs. A. Moore. Kawainhao: Mrs. O. H. Gulick, chairman, Mrs. C. H. Atherton, Miss K. M. Atherton, Miss S. Flaxman, Mrs. P. Rider. Palama: Mrs. J. A. GUniaii, chair man; Mrs. P. C. Jones, Mrs. W. H. posed to the pecuniary Interest of the profession. Judge Dole finally allowed Davis a fee of ?20. NO OPIUM IN CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY. There is not a particle of opium or other narcotic in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy (, and never has been since It was first offered to tho public. It is as safe a medicine for a child as tor an adult. This remedy is famous for ilts cures of colds and croup, and can always be depended upon. For sale by all dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii!. 1 I GOOD TASTE AND JUDGMENT 1! I arc more essential to having a beautifully appointed table, IS y than large expenditure. II Ql Let us show you unusual patterns in HI B Community Silver Ei It has a distinct richness of appearance and charm of Rn B9 design which rival sterling. Hi ly It's more than triple plate it costs hut a trifle more fflj II than ordinary plated ware it lasts a life time. jjjj II W. V. DIMOND & CO., LTD. ii Bl . 53- 7 KING 3TREET. Babbitt, Miss C. A. Oilman, Miss G. .M. Cooke. Affiliated Kindergartens: Miss Carrie Snow, chalrmnn, Mrs. C. A. Davis, Mrs. II. P. Baldwin, Miss N. Lowner, Miss E. Lyman. Hygiene: Mrs. Fred B. Damon, chair man, Miss F. A. Lawrence, Miss Irene Fisher, Miss Ella Wight, Miss Hill. Building and Grounds: Mrs. W. E. Peterson, chairman, Miss Bessie Hop per. Castle Homo Dept.: Mrs. James R Judd, chairman, Mrs. B. P. Walbrldge, Mrs. W. E. Brown, Mrs. P. F. Frear. Rules and Regulations: Mrs. A. Ful ler, chairman, Mrs. A. Gartley, Mrs. Carl Holloway. , Tho General Committees remain un changed. Advisory for Kindergarten Depart ment: A. M. Merrill, Rev. A. V. SoarCb, T. Richards, Rev. O. II. Gulick, nv. D. Scudder. Advisory for Castle Home Depart ment: F. A. Schacfer, W. R. Castle, F. M. Swanzy, C. H. Atherton. Publication: Mrs. W. W. Hall, Miss E. Cross, Mrs. A. F. Griffiths, Mrs. E. O. Hall. Four young ladles were graduated from the training class this year They were Miss Alice Brown, Miss Elnora Sturgeon, Miss Marlon Waterhouso and Miss .Katiicrino Hopper. Miss Lawrenco made a graceful and helpful address to tho class, and Mrs. Richards presented the diplomas with a few well chosen words. Mr. Richards, representing the ad visory committee, addressed tho as sembly in his usual happy manner, and after adjournment the ladles enjoyed themselves In looking over samples of work dono by tho little fingers from the earliest efforts to more pretentious productions of thoso who havo de veloped under Instruction. John Bray, who peddle jewelry about town, was fined $25 In police court yesterday for carrying on his business without license. BACKACHE. Delicate women who are subject to nervous spoils, backache, bearing-down and periodical pains, take Dr. Milts' Anti-Pain Pills and And In them a pleasant and sure relief. They cure by their soothing influence upon he nerv ous system. They do not affect the bowels In tho slightest degree, and are perfectly harmless. 25 doses, 25c. Nev er sold In bulk. Fraternal .Mooting HARMONY LODGE No. 3, I. O. O, F. Meets overy Monday .evening at 7:30 In Odd Follows' Hall, Fort Street. Vis iting brothers cordially Invited to at tend. J. UGHTFOOT, N. G. E. R. HENDRY, Sec. HONOLULU LODGE 616, P. D. O. E. will meet In their hall, King street near Fort, overy Friday evening. By order of tho E. R. WM. H. McINEUNY, E. R. H. C. EASTON, Secy. DIVISION No. 1, A. O. H. DIVISION No. 1, A. O. II. Meets every first and third AVednes day, at 8 p. m., In C. B. U. Hall, Fort Street. VlBlting brothers are cordially Invited to attend. FRANK D: CREEDON, Pres. JAMES T. uAREY, Sec. BEAUTIFUL ROCKERS Chairs, Bureaus and Furniture of all kinds mado from select Koa. Wing Chong Co., Corner King and Bethel. Tlae Beretania For Furnished Rooms and Board, Best placo for meals in tho city. Cor ner Union and Beretania streets. Phone 1299. At all Bars Fire insurance Atlas Assurance Company of London New York Underwriters Agency Providence Washington In surance Company The B, F. Dillingham Co., Ltd, General Agents for Hawaii. Fourth Floor. Stangewald Building. E IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States, for the Territory of Hawaii. Tho United states of America, plain tiff, vs. Joseph a carter, nt nls., do fen dants. Action brought In snld District Court, and the Complaint filed In the ofllco of tho Clerk of said Dlstrlrt Court in Honolulu. THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, GREET ING: To JOSEPH O. CARTER, SAMUEL M. DAMON, WILLIAM O. SMITH, E, FAXON BISHOP aud ALBERT F, JUDD, Trustees undor tho Will and of the Estate of BERNICE P. BISHOP, deceased; YAMAMURA, whose true and full name is unknown; S. O. FU GITA, whose truo and full namo is unknown; T. NAKAFUGI, whose truo and full name is unknown; M. TABA' RA, whoso true and rull namo Is un known; YAMADA, whose truo ami full name Is unknown; HARAMOTO, whoso true and full name Is unknown; NA KAGAWA, whoso true and full name is unknown; YASIDA, whoso truo and lull name is unknown; GOO PING; WONG HUNG WAH; CHUNG CHONG and LAI SEE; YUKtfTA, whoso truo and full namo is unknown; NAKA' MURA, whose true and full name is unknown; JOHN ALFRED MAGOON; EMMELINE M. MAGOON. wlfo of JOHN ALFRED MAGOON; ARTHUR M. BROWN; KALAEONE; JUDAS KALAEONE. MARY KALAEONE, JOHN KALAEONE and JAMES KA LAEONE, unknown heirs nt law of KALAEONE; KAIMOLA NAKOOKOO, otherwise cal cd KAIMOLA NAKOO KOO GRAY; SARAH NAKOOKOO; ANNA HELEN NAKOOKOO, other wise called ANNA HELEN THOMP SON; JANE NAKOOKOO, JAMES NA KOOKOO, MARY NAKOOKOO and SAMUEL NAKOOKOO unknown heirs at law of KAHUNE NAKOOKOO, de ceased; JOHN DOE, RICHARD DOE, MARY STILES and MARTHA STILES, unknown heirs at law of HAIRAMA, otherwise called HAILAMA, otherwiso called HIRAMA, deceased; KEKOA NUI; HENRY GILES; ANNA GILES; SAMUEL GILES, JANE GILES and PETER GILES, unknown heirs at law of HENRY GILES; deceased; MELE; PAOA; JULIA PAOA; HENRY PAOA; DAVID PIIKOI OKUU; MARY K. HARBOTTLE; MARIA K. PIIKOI, JOHN SMITH and JAMES THOMP SON, unknown heirs at law of MELE, deceased; ELIZABETH K. PRATT; GORDRICH PRATT; KATE KEN NEDY; MARIA BREWER; EMMA PRATT; LEVI GORDRIDGE PRATT; EMILY G. PRATT; ELIZABETH S. NOYES; 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. CARTWRIGHT; SUSIE F. CART WRIGHT; KATE L. VIDA; SARAH SAVIDGE; CHARLES J. LUD WIGSEN; SUSIE E. LUDWIGSEN; MARY POSTER, MARY ALICE POR TER, a l i. H. MACPHERSON, whoso tru I"? unknown; ABRAM S. -t MUUiS; CHARLES F. PETERSON; EMMA DREIER; E5IILE THOMAS DREIER; ADELE DREIER; AUGUST DREIER Jr.; ED WARD DREIER, DOROTHEA REINCKE, ANNA MARKIIAM; W. A. KINNEY, Guardian ad litem of EMILE DREIER; F. A. SCHAEFER and CE CIL BROWN, Executors and Trustees oftho last Will and Testament of AUGUST DREIER, deceased; EMMA DREIER, Guardian of tho persons of the minor children of AUGUST DREI ER, born of her body; F. A. SCHAE FER, Guardian of the property of tho minor children or 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, wlfo of SEELY I. SHAW; GEORGE F. MC LEOD; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HAWAII, a corporation or ganized and existing under and by vir tue of tho laws of tho Congress of tho 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 tho laws of tho Territory of Hawaii; THE TERRI TORY OF HAWAII; THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED, a corporation organized and existing un der and by virtuo of tho laws ot tho Territory ot Hawaii; MUTUAL TEL15- PHONE COMPANY, LIMITED, a cor-' poratlon organized and existing under and by virtue ot the laws of the Terrl- tory of Hawaii; COMMERCIAL PACI FIC CABLE COMPANY, a corporation organized and oxistlng under and by virtue of tho laws of the State ot New York; EDWARD M. WALSH; IIAR- RIET BROWN WALSH; JOHANNA ADELE DREIER; JOHN BROWN; JAMES BLACK, MARY PURPLE and JANE BLUE, unknown owners and ' claimants. DAVID NOIIOLOA; ENOCH , JOHNSON; HENRY SMITH. S. M. KANAKANUI; WILLIAM R. CAS-i TLE; J. J. SULLIVAN; and COIT HOBRON; claimants, Defendants; You are Hereby Directed to Appear, and answer tho Complaint in an action entlttled ns above, brought ngninst you. in tho District Court ot tho United States, in and for the Territory of Ha waii within 20 days from and after sorvlco upon you of a certified copy ot Plaintiff's Petition herein, together with a certified copy of this Summons. And you are hereby notified that un less you appear and answer as abovo required, tho said plaintiff will tako Judgment for any money or damages demanded in the complaint, as arising upon contract, or 1. will apply to tho Court for nny other relief demanded In tho Complaint. WITNESS tlio Honorable SANFORD B. DOLE, Judge of said District Court, this Fifth day ot December, in the year of (SEAL) our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eight and of the Independence of the United Slates the 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 tho foregoing to be a full, true and cor rect copy of the original Petition and Summons In case of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. J. O. CARTER, ot als., as tho same remains of record and on file In tho office of the Clerk of said Court. IN WITNESS WHERE OF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed tho (SEAL) seal of said District Court this 5th day of December, A. D. 190S. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of United States District Court, Territory of Hawaii. By Deputy Clerk. Endorsement. No. 57. District Court of tho U. S. for the Territory of Ha waii. United States of America vs. Joseph O. Carter, et al. Summons. Robert W. Breckons, Plaintiffs Attorney. We havo several Inquir ies both for furnished and unfurnished houses, from responsible persons willing to pay from $25.00 to fCO.OO per month. Makiki, Punahou, or Manoa prefer red. 8 I1HH.L' 924 Beltiei street si mm i, lid CHINESE NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING AND JOB PRINTING. No. 19 Cor. of Smith and Hotel Sts. C, BREWER I CO., LTD. QUEEN STREET. Honolulu, T. H. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agrlcuuural company, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Walluku Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Pepoekeo Sugar Co., Kapapala Ranch. Charles M. Cooko President Geo. H. Robertsou.V-Pres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop.... Treas. & Secy. 1 W. Mncfarlano Auditor P. C Jones Director C. H. Cooke Director J. R. Gait Director All of the abovo named constitute the Hoard of DIroctors. j 111 KTJ;5B2S3SreBSBSe2SJi2E5JB I Get yours at the ffl nvm m nm-n rn im I H 0I'ULU C0 ' , HSKSHlBSESBHSBESSSSSBSHsiB m