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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1909.
SEVEN H I if 1 i THE ANK OF H AW All LIMITED. Incorporated Under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $1,000,000.00 OFFICERS: President Chas. M. Cooko Vice President P. C. Jones Vlco-Prcs. & Mgr C H. Cooke Cashier F. B. Damon Asst. Cashier C. h'ustace, Jr. Asst. Cashier G- O. Fuller Secretary P C. Athertan Auditor Z. K. Meyers DIRECTORS: Chas. M. Cooke, P. C. Jones, C. H. Cooke, F. 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 DE PARTMENTS. Strict Attention given to all branches of Ranking JUDD BUILDING, FORT STREET Claus Spreckels. Wm, G. Irwin BANKERS HONOLULU :::::: T. H. San Francisco Agents The Nevada isatlonal Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The, Nevada Na tional Bank of San Francisco. LONDON Union of London & Smith's Bank, Ltd. NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. CHICAGO Corn Exchange National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonnals. BERLIN Dresdner Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand, and Bank of Australasia. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING J AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received, Loans Made on Approved Security, Commercial and Travellers' Credits issued. Bills of Ex change Bought and Sold. L. collecting! PROMPTLY AC- COUNTED FOR. ESTABLISHED IN 1830. BANKEKS Commercial and' Travellers' Letters of Credit Issued on the Bank of California and The Lon don Joint Stock Bank, Limited, London. Correspondents for the Amer ican Express Company, and Thos. Cook & Son. Interest alowed on term and Savings Bank Deposits. 'it. LIMITED. Capital (Paid Up).. Yer. 24,000,000.00 Reserved Fund 15,050,000.00 Epecial Reserved Fund 2,000,000.00 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. Branches and Agencies: Toklo, .tobe, Osaka, Nagasaki, Lon don, Lyons, New York, San Francisco, Bombay, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Han kow, Chefoo, Tientsin, Peking, New- chang. Dalny, Port Arthur, Antung' Hslen, Llaoyang, Mukden, Tlenllng, Chunschun. The hank 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 TRJBCNB Wountal n r"t OAT & MOSSMAN 70 Merchant St., near P. O. bib mm i go.. BISHOP CO. Y. WO SING CO. GROCERIES, FRUITS. VEGETABLES, ETC. California Butter, '40c lb.; Cooking Butter, 35c lb.; Fresh Dried Fruits. 118G-11S8 Nuuanu Street. Telephone Main 238. Bps 352 Fine Job Prlntinn. 8tar Office. NERVOUS OVER CI in The President Intervening to Prevent the Stnto from Offending Japan. GOVERNOR SMITH'S MESSAGE. Ho Urges Harmony Between Ameri cans and Filipinos Engineers at Panama. SACRAMENTO, February 1. Presi dent Roosevelt has written to Govern or Gillett to the effept that there is uo objection to California enacting a law to prohibit tho holding of Callfor nlan land titles by foreigners, provid ing that there Is nothing In tho law to discriminate against the Japanese. Tho President protests strongly, how ever, against the passage of la in terfering with treaties or calcu' od to give offense. STUDENTS NOT GUILiY. BERKELEY, February 1. Presi dent Wheeler, of tho State University, alleges that the attack made upon a Japanese student on the campus on Saturday was not made by other stu dents. He declares that the incident was a trifling one. THE STORY FIRST TOLD. BERKELEY, January 31. A Japan ese student at tho State University has been attacked and driven off the campus by University undergraduates. THE PHILIPPINE ASSEMBLY. MANILA, February 2. The Philip pine Assembly convened here today, being formally opened by Governor Smith. Tho Governor, in his annual message, deplored the widening gulf between the Americans and the Fili pinos, and urged that the twq races living In the islands develop' a closer unity. The message criticized the way tho city was policed. GATUN DAM ALL RIGHT. PANAMA, February 1. The engi neers who have accompanied President-elect Taft here, after making an examination of the Gatun dam, de clare the conditions there and the pro gress of the construction work satis factory. BATTLESHIPS AT GIBRALTAR. GIBRALTAR, February 1. The first division of the American battle ship fleet has arrived here. ROME MAY HONOR ROOSEVELT. ROME, January 31. It Is proposed to confer Roman citizenship on-.Pre- sident Roosevelt in gratitude of his help to the earthquake sufferers. WILFLEY'S SUCCESSOR. WASHINGTON, January 31. R. H. Thayer, successor of Judge Wllfley, has sailed for his post on the Japan ese liner Chlyo Maru. EMERGENCY BANKNOTES. WASHINGTON, January 31. The printing of $500,000,000 emergency na tional oanK currency nas been com pleted. SOUTH AFRICAN UNION. CAPETOWN, January 31. Botha. De Wet, Stein, Jameson and other rep resentatives of the four South African States are conferring with a view to forming a federation under the -British flag. THE GRIDIRON'S FAREWELL. WASHINGTON. January 31. A Gri diron Club dinner will be given as a farewell to President Roosevelt, Vice President Fairbanks and many other notables In their official capacity. FOR ARMY AIRSHIPS. WASHINGTON. January 31. The House, at the close of the week, pars ed an appropriation of $750,000 for army experiments with balloons and airships. THOROUGHLY TESTED. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been examined by eminent analytical chemists who certified that It contain ed no narcotics. It is not only a sate and harmless medicine but the best in use for coughs, colds and croup. For sale by all dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. On Fort street across from the Con vent the new "Park" Theatre Is under course of erection. Howard Laws and Harry Werner, two well known and experienced moving picture men aro tho owners. An open air theatre Is what Honolulu wnnts. It is denied in tho Hawaii Herald that tho Board of Supervisors of Ha waii wrote or authorized an Inquiry of tho Board of Health relatlvo to tho reasons for dismissing Fish Inspector Herring. FLAG THEr TRAIN. When your 'train is flying for the open switch, ana the danger signals of sleeplessness, headache. Irritability, and general nervousness are flashed before you, flag your enplne before dis aster, by taking Dr. Mils' Nervine. At druggists. Money back if first bottle falls to benefit. E BY SHIPLOAD FIVE THOUSAND EMIGRANTS WILL LEAVE KAISER'S LAND THIS WEEK. BERLIN (Germany), January 19. The number of passengers booked for steerage accommodation on tho steam ships leaving German ports this week indicates that the tide of emigration to America is again setting In apace. The Kaiser Wllhelm der Urosse lelt Bremen today with all the berths tak en, and 1000 steerage passengers will leave later In the week for Galveston and Baltimore, to bo followed by 1500 emigrants bound for New York. The total for the week on one line alone will be 5100 passengers, wha Intend to make their homes In America. Steamship officials aro elated and hopo that the volume of emigration during the spring and summer will tend to make up to a considerable ex tent for the slack traffic for 1908, when tho number of persons leaving Europe for America fell nearly 1,000, 000 below the record for the previous year, the decrease affecting poflts dis astrously. GREAT BATH TUB FOB TAFT'S USE i NEW YORK, January 19. William Howard Taft will have the use or tho largest bath tub made for an Indi-1 vmuai uunng nis iorincoming voyage on the battleship North Carolina from Charleston 'to Colon and back again. It la to be fitted especially for Taft's comfort and if ho should take a fancy to its pond-liko dimensions there is no reason why it should not bo trans ferred from the North Carolina and go to tho White House with other per sonal baggage of Taft's on March 4th. It will hold four ordinary men and is Uie largest ever manufactured, tne makers say. It Is seven feet one inch long, forty-one inches wide ana as large again as the ordinary bathtub of most ample proportions furnished i to tho trade, but the ordinary tub weighs only 400 pounds. I HANS COM and just as KX3tSBKVta Priho BORN. GUERRERO At Knpafiulu, January 30, 1909, to the wlfo of Miguel Guer rero, a daughter. M'INTYRE In Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan uary 31, 1909, to Mr. and Mrs. Mal colm Mclntyre, a daughter. HER PHYSICIAN ADVISED Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Columbus, Ohio. "I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's "Vegetable Com. pound u n r i n g change of life. My doctor told mo it was good, and since taking it I feel so much better that I can do all my work again, i t n l n k Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com. pound a fine remedy for all woman's troubles, and I never forget to tell my friends what it has done for me." Mrs. E. Hanson, 304 East Long St., Columbus. Ohio. Another Woman Helped. Qraniteville, Vt. "I was passing through the Change of Life and suffered from nervousness and other annoying symptoms. Lydia E. Pinkham's vege table Compound restored my healthand strength, and proved worth mountains of gold to me. For the sake of other suffering women I am willing you should publish my letter." Mits. Ciiaules Barclay, R.F.D., Granito ville, Vt. Women who are passing through this critical period or who aro suffering from any of those distressing ills pe culiar to their sex should not lose sight of the fact that for thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which is made from roots and herbs, has been tho standard remedy for female ills. In almost every commu nity you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Carriage manufacturers and repairing in all Its branches. NEW OAHU CARRIAGE CO. Queen Street near River. B9H Pure IT'S brewed to suit the Tropics, and it's a Natural Tonic and a neces sary one - - - - -There are in it Malted Barley, a predigested food, Hop Extract, a tonic, and plenty of sterilized and filtered water. - - Tru a glass mi Residence Properties FOR SALE Walklkl, aalawal J1.000 Kalakaua Avenue ?1,CU0 Berctanla Street ?4,000 Klnau Street 4,25U Klnau Street HOW Fort Street WOO Pacific Heights $7,500 Pacific Heights J1.G00 Artesian Street $1,000 111 M 984 Detnei street CHINESE NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING AND JOB PRINTING. No. 49 Cor. of Smith and Hotel Sts. Fire Insurance Mitts 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, Stange wald Building. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States, For The Territory of Hawaii. Tho United States of America, plalntW vs. John A. McCandless, et al., de fendant. Action brought in said District Court, EER meals and the Complaint filed In the office of the Clerk of said District Court, In Honolulu. THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, GREET ING: To JOHN A. McCANDLESS; ELLA McCANDLESS. wife of JOHN A. Mc CANDLESS; ELIZABETH K. PRATT; GORDRICH PRATT; KATE KEN NEDY; MARIA BREWER; EMMA PRATT; LEVI GORDRIDGE PRATT; EMILY G. PRATT; ELIZABETH S. NOYES; SARAH E. PRATT; WIL LIAM PRATT; ROBERT PRATT; EVELYN PRATT and FRANCES PRATT, unknown heirs at law of FRANKLIN S. PRATT, deceased; JAMES H. MONSARRAT, Trustee for SUSIE F. CARTWRIGHT; SUSIE F. CARTWRIGHT, HATTIE M. DAMON; SAMUEL M. DAMON; JAMES BLACK. MARY PURPLE; JOHN BROWN and JANE BLUE, unknown owners and Claimants, and the TERRITORY OF HAWAII, Defendants. You Aro Hereby Directed to Appear and answer the Complaint In nn action entitled as above, brought against you In tho District Court of the United States, In and for tho Territory of Ha waii, within 20 days from and nfter servico upon you of a certified copy ol Plaintiff's Petition herein, together with a certified copy of this Demurrer. And you are hereby notified that un less you appear and answer as nbove required, tho said plaintiff will take judgment for any money or damages demanded in the complaint, as arising upon contract, or It will apply to tho Court for any other relief demanded In the Complaint. WITNESS the Honorable SAN FORD B. DOLE, Judge of said District Court, this 10th day of December, In tho year of (SEAL) our Lord one thousand nine hundred and elgnt and of the independence of tho United States the ono hundred and thirty third. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ss. Territory of Hawaii, City of Honolulu. I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of the Dis trict Court of tho United States of America, in nnd .for tho Territory and District of Hawaii, do hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct copy of the original Summons In the Case of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. JOHN A. McCANDLESS et al., as the samo remains of record and on fllo in the office of the Clerk of said Court. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I, have hereunto set my hand and afllxcd the seal (SEAL) of said District Court this 10th day of December, A. D. 190S. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of United States District Court Territory of Hawaii. Endorsement. No. 58. District Court of the U. S. for tho Territory of Ha waii. Tho United States of America vs. John A. McCandless, et al. Sum mons Robert W. Breckons, Plaintiff's Attorney. Filed December 12, 1908. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States; for tho Territory of Hawaii. The United States of America, plain tiff, vs. Joseph u. carter, et als., de fendants. Action brought In said District Court, and the Complaint filed in tbe office of tho Clerk of said District Court in Honolulu. THE PRESIDENT UF 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 under tho Will and of tho Estate of BERNICE P. BISHOP, deceased; YAMAMURA, whoso true and full namo Is unknown; S. O. FU GITA, whose true and full namo Is unknown; T. NAKAFUGI, whose true and full name Is unknown; M. TABA RA, whoso truo nnd full nnmo Is un known; YAMADA, whose truo and full namo is unknown; HARAMOTO, whoso truo and full namo Is unknown; NA KAGAWA, whose true and full name Is unknown; YASIDA, whoso truo aud full nnmo Is unknown; GOO PING; WONG HUNG WAH; CHUNG CHONG nnd LAI SEE; YUKUTA, whoso truo and full namo is unknown; NAKA- , MURA, whose truo and full namo Is unknown; JOHN ALFRED MAGOON; EMMEL1NE M. MAGOON, Wlfo of JOHN ALFRED MAGOON; ARTHUR M. DROWN; KALAEONE; JUDAS KALAEONE, MARY KALAEONE, JOHN KALAEONE and JAMES KA LAEONE, unknown heirs at law of KALAEONE; KAIMOLA NAKOOKOO, otherwise called 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 holrs at law of 1CAHUNH NAKOOKOO, do ceased; JOHN DOB, RICHARD DOE. MARY STILES and MARTHA STILES, unknown heirs nt law of HAIRAMA, otherwlso called IIAILAMA, othorwlso called IIIRAMA, deceased; KEKOA- NUI; HENRY GILES; ANNA GILES; SAMUEL GILES, JANE GILES and PETER GILES, unknown holrs at law of HENRY GILES; deceased; MELE; PAOA; JULIA PAOA; HENRY PAOA; DAVID PHKOI OKUU; MARY K. HARBOTTLE; MARIA K. PHKOI, JOHN SMITH and JAM12S 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 O. 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, Trusteo for SUSIE F. CARTWRIGHT; SUSIE F. CARTWRIGHT; KATE L. VIDA; SARAH SAVIDGE; CHARLES J. LUD WIGSEN; SUSIE E. LUDWIGSEN; MARY PORTER, MARY ALICE POR TER, n minor; J. II. MACPHERSON, whose true aud full namo Is unknown; ABRAM S. HUMPHREYS; CHARLES F.. PETERSON; EMMA DREIER; EMILE THOMAS DREIER; ADELE DREIER; AUGUST DREIER Jr.; ED WARD DREIER. DOROTHEA REINCKE, ANNA MARKHAM; W. A. KINNEY, Guardian ad litem of EMILE DREIER; F. A. SCHAEFER and CE CIL BROWN, Executors and Trustees ofthe last Will nnd 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 tho property of the mluor children of AUGUST DREIER, born of the body of EMMA DREIER; PHILIP OPFERGELT; JOHN OPFEH 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 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 the laws of the 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 virtuo of the laws of tho Territory of Hnwaii; THE TERRI TORY OF HAWAII; THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED, n corporation organized nnd existing un der and by virtuo of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; MUTUAL TELE PHONE COMPANY, LIMITED, a cor poration organized and existing under and by virtuo of tho laws of tho Terri tory of Hawaii; COMMERCIAL PACI FIC CABLE COMPANY, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of tho laws of the State of New York; EDWARD M. WALSH; HAR RIET BROWN WALSH; JOHANNA ADELE DREIER; JOHN BROWN; JAMES "liLACK, MARY PURPLE and JANE BLUE, unknown owners and claimants. DAVID NOHOLOA; ENOCH JOHNSON; HENRY SMTH. S. M. KANAKANUI; WILLIAM R. CAS TLE; J. J. SULLIVAN; and COIT HOBRON; claimants, Defendants; You aro Hereby Directed to Appear, and answer the Complaint in an action cntittled ns above, brought against you In tho District Court of tho United States, In and for the Territory of Ha waii within 20 days from and after servico upon you of a certified copy of Plaintiff's Petition heroin, together with a certified copy of this Summons. And you aro hereby notified that un less you appear and answer as above required, tho said plaintiff will tako judgment for any money or damages demanded in tho complaint, as arising upon contract, or I will apply to the Court for any other rollef demanded in tho Complaint. WITNESS the Honorable SANFORD B. DOLE, Judgo of said District Court, this Fifth day of December, In tho year of (SEAL) our Lord ono thousand nino hundred and eight and of tho independence of the United States the one hundred and thirty third. A. E. MURPHY, Cleric By. Deputy Clerk. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ss. Territory of Hawaii, City of Honolulu. I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of the Dis trict Court of tho United States of America, in and for tho Territory and District of Hawaii, do horeby certify tho forogolng to be a full, truo and cor rect copy of tho original Petition and Summons In case of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. .1. O. CARTER, et als., as tho samo remains of record and on fllo In the office of the Clerk of said Court. IN vTlTNBSS WHERE OF, I hnvo hereunto set my hand and nfllxed tho (SEAL) seal of said District Court this 5th day of December, A. D. 1908. A. E. MURPHY, Olork of United State District Court, Territory of Hawaii. Ry Deputy Clerk. Endorsement. No. 57. District Court of tho U. S. for tho Territory of Ha waii. United 'Itatos of America vs. Joseph O. Carter, et al. Summons. Robert W. Breckons, Plaintiff's At-torney. 8