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Vol. XII No. 3183
HONOLULU. TERRITORY Of HAWAII. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1905
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New Rule Of Court
CLOSE TAB KEPT ON ESTATES" "
The duties of executors and admin
istrators of estates will hereafter bo
niado decidedly moro stringent than
they havo been heretofore. In the past
they have not In many cases filed an
nual accounts as tbey are supposed to
do, and this has left the nay open to
posslblo Irregularities, as was amph
sized In the I'. D. Kellctt case.
The three Circuit Judges havo de
cided to make tho annual accounts a
certainty by adopting tho following
new rule, which was posted today:
It Is hereby ordered that Tlulo 23,
entitled "Probate and Guardianship
Matters," of tho Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit, dated April 16th, A. D
1902, and amended May 8th, A. D
1905, be and the samo Is hereby fur
ther amended by adding thereto anot
r paragraph, to wit:
"That every executor or admlnlstra-j "
tor, ten days before the expiration of Tho Bulletin has recched a large
tno period of six months next following 'photograph of the Hawaiian Dand tab
tho dato of tho first publication of no-1 en at Portland. The players are clad
tlco to creditors by him, and every j In neat khaki suits and present a very
trustee or guardian, ten days before. acceptable appearance. Manager Cohen,
lc, It Is certainly the most satisfac
tory." "Was this new rule In any way
occasioned by tho results of tbo Kel
lett case?" asked the reporter.
"Well, I cannot tell that absolutely."
answered Judge Robinson. "Tho Idea
was Judge De Bolt's, and as I think
It was an exceedingly good one I en
dorsed It. It Is certain, however, that
If Kellctt had heen compelled to flto
accounts annually, as will be exacted
by this new rule, the amount of his
defalcation could certainly not havo
reached such a large sum as It did."
1Y if TO HEAR
THE 01D BIND PUV
the expiration of ono year next fol
lowing the date of his appointment, or
last accounting, shall be notified la
writing, by the clerk, of the tlmo when
he shall be required to make final sct
tlcmcnt of tho cstato In his hands, or
to file his annual or other accounts of
the estate held in trust by htm."
"Every administrator, executor and
guardian shoutd render annual ac
counts," said Judge Robinson In dis
cussing the reasons for the now nilo
""But that has not been dono In
many cases heretofore. In this con
tlon I might say that for this reason
i I should favor corporate sureties on
bonds of these people. Where surety
companies arc on the bond they are
always sure to see that their principal
flics his accounts as required. They
have nothing else to do. That is their
business. Of course, we can not now
allow tho expense connected with get
ting a bond from a surety company out
of the funds of tho estate. Still, een
If this sort of a bond Is more expens-
Assistant Manager Prestige, Madame
Alapal and Captain Berger are strongly
Hon. S. M. Damon, speaking of his
brief trip to the Portland Fair, re-j
PROTECT ALL IN ORIENT
Judge Upholds Magoon
And Stops Kinney's
TO PAY FRAZEE
FINE ITALIAN HAND OF
WUNDENBERQ BROUGHT IN
RANCHER TELLS OF GOOD OLD
TIMES WHEN UNCLE JOHN
USED THE COWBOY'S
Tho dally session of Judgo Lindsay's
court on tho Parker Ranch caso opened
with considerable snap this morning.
Eben Low resumed the stand to take
another dose of Kinney's cross-examination,
but evidently all parties con
cerned were feeling refreshed after
Kinney's first question was In regard
to what Low knew about tho Inbreed
ing of horses on the Parker, Ranch.
Low considerably surp'rlsed all pres
ent by saying that he was not through
with the Inbreeding of cattle yet. "I
have a good deal more to say about th
cattle," he said.
"Whatl" exclaimed Kinney. "Do
you want to say It without being ask
No," answered Low; "but yesterday
Alec Morrison 1
Frank Melntyre 1
Jack Doyle 1
C. Hustace Jr. 1
A. Berg 1
H. H. Walker 1
J. 8. Martin 1
W. Savldge 1
P. J. F. Ehlers 6
T. McGrew .- 1
W. F. Dillingham 1
Ned Crabb 13
W. H. Mclnerny t... 12
J. H. Myatt 2
J. Hopp &Co..
uiurncu mo uiuer uuy w lne uuneun T in,,, u ,h. i nVln-V
man: "The band Is what take, the , , ,
crowd at the fair. The grounds were anawer t070Uqucatlon aDout the ln.
packed when the Hawaiian boys were L d 0 ; cattle
Playing. Close by the stand seats are, Ln. col M " lo. 8ald Kinney
S? "'" .'V" ?Bt! ani .b.eynd th", Impatiently. "Isn't It that you thought
... ,,. .u uuk , ... ..tr. f omethln(? 0ernght that jou would
When our band played these seats ..k , add?"
were always filled and the terraces, y , w fc tnat m L
were covered as we I None of he , hen ',,. w tb
other concerts attracted anything l'ko nJore about It "
the same crowd. But tho crowd da- , r ' K)n . on Low
ff,ranDT,n!i'"C- ,? r M that ho had not seen much in-
iMT.r ! ?, J. a. bC;' breeding among tho horses. Kinney
rame disinterested when Miss Alapa wa8 nlmost bowIed 0TW b riM
.i!?"'?" .?. '"at Low would say anything good
nbout tho Parker Ranch and showed
It. When he had recovered a little
ho asked Low It he knew what good
Carter had done In his management.
Magoon objected to tho form of Ihi
nu.atlnn nml una aMntiilnart Iflnnpv
Mr. Pvormann of Castle & Cooke ,v .i..i ... i r..,. i..i ,t..
complains bitterly of tho filthy condl- ,, refcronco to his management of
tlon of city water from the Nuuanu re- tIl0 horb!8 but Magoon agan ob(.ctcll
servolr. He lives at the corner of I'tos- ith success
pert and Alapal streets and says that ,n ngner'to further questions about
the mud In h s bath tub tho last few tho horgC3 Low Bal(, that n0 m not
dajs has not been less than an eighth Know much nb0llt tnem, Klnncy aak.
of nn Inch ln thickness. C(1 hm t0 tcI what ulo ho knew ani,
Seems to me this Is becoming a- I-ow sald tnat tho horaea he had geen
matter ,of public health." said Mr. lmd a vcry KOod ni)earanco, but jou
Prmann today. "Tho water Is not fit c0llld not aUaya tcll ,)y that,
o bathe In much less to drink. I Aftcr tho Bul)Jcct of nbrccdnB hai,
have been Informed that the new rescr- bccn oxhausted, paddocks and brand-
oU contractors are permitted by their lnE wero takcn up Low admiUed
contract to turn tho superfluous water after a gradual approach of questions
i.iu i..c .iicam iuui lui.p.iea wie lower by Klnney that the Increase of pad
docks had Increased the facilities for
which Portland people can hear In al
most any theater."
NOT FIT TO BATHE IN
Get their with both feet Biped.
Grmt Clothes for Men
As Committeeman to enter
tain the Ladles from the Ore.
W. L I'razce, superintendent of elec
tric lights, this afternoon presented n
warrant calling for JH 25 to County
Treasurer Trent for iamcnt.
Trent refused to cash tho warrant.
County Attorney Douthltt will prob
ably at once Institute mandamus pro.
cecdlngs against Trent to compel pay
ment. Trent will show why ho refused
UUaatrmnjmU'itttjmUJWimJiromjH payment and the long talked-of argued-
ocr test of the "blanket" warrant sjs-
tem may nnaiiy reach the courts for it
The Frazee $14 25 warrant cocrs tha
pay of two or three, men for a da)'s
work ln the electric light department.
Weeks ago the warrant was authorized
to be made out paab!e to Frazee, tho
men to be paid through him, for the
purposo of testing the "blanket" war
rant, Trent having refused to pay the
first "blanket" warrant for some $700
for road workers. The test plot thick
ens from day to day, much time hav
"?' "T Ing been, taken up with testing the vn-
"""' noimea i .,,., ,.,, nH rti.n.i - ...j
Joe Patricia Rego .
Charles Gllllland .
rlous tests and disagreeing on "agreed
Did you think tho public didn't earn
who acted as a reception commltteo
for the Oregon visitors?
It would seem that you were mistak
en. The votes continue to come in
and when jou como to think of It
thcro arc lots of persons who would
make most oxccllent committeemen
and'ald materially In spreading abroa4
tno good reputation of Hawaii.
Some new ones hate been added to
8,000 HOMELESS IN
-v (Attootatti Vrttt DptcUil CaHJ '
NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 20 A typhoon Is reported to be raging at Ma
nila Five persons have been kilted and 200 Injured. The native quarter has
been destroyed and 8,000 people are homeless.
ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY'S PURPOSE.
LONDON, England, Sept. 26. The text of the Angle-Japanese treaty has
been, published here today. The object of the treaty Is stated to be the pro
tection of all interests In the Orient.
BOMB WOUNDS RUSSIAN OFFICERS.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Sept 28. Chief of Police Ivanoff and six
others were wounded by the explosion of a bomb at Kovono. The thrower es
DE8 MOINE8, Iowa, Sept. 26 Secretary of the
leav Roosevelt's Cabinet on February 1.
Treasury 8haw will
DE WITTE GOE8 TO MEET THE EMPEROR.
ROMINTEN, Prussia, 8pt 2. De Wltto has proceeded to the Emperor'a
An amended petition bos been filed
In tho matter of Antono Rodriguez ct
nl .a T?nlnnin Tlmlrl jun af fit nr.ll.
the list and some hao had their ototlon to appoint a new- trustee for tho
mnvllir Inni-flnsail I'll at A la nn f1 1111 lit ,l.t. . f1n.lnliit. ' .1 &
lli-Uill im,(Vui uuu a uum- I-31UWJ Ul AUIU1IU JlUUIlbUl'iV, UCll'UBVUt
It Is understood that formal com
nlnlnta tairn .! I M n lt nnnrlhlnn tt,n I
Nuuanu water hato been made to the! BAKU, Sept 26 Eleven thousand reinforcements with three batterlea
Board of Health. An lncstlgatlon Is have arrived at Gross.
now under way and If there are any! v
grounds for action the Board will act, . 8AN FRANCISCO. Cat , Sept. 20. 8UGAR: 96 degree centrifugals,
3.6875 cents. Previous quotations, 3,3-75 cents.
that It is attracting Interest. Tho re
ward Is tho glory of being named as
tho best person among all tho good
looking men of Hawaii to mako happy
tho stay of tho ladles whose coming
has dono wonders In making Hawaii
known In every nook and hamlet of
tho Northwest. Tho figures after the
Inst closing of the polls aro glvc
FOR I.-I. S. N. CO. MEN
Iho petition has been amended by
adding to tho list of respondents the
heirs of Antono Rosa, deceased, who
was formerly tho trustco of tho Rodri
guez estate, and John F. Colburn, the 6
administrator of tho Rosa estate. i',
'Ping Foon. a Chinese who escaped Vt
from Oahu Prison n few weeks ago, V
getting aboard tho Sonoma, camo back
with the Sonoma from the Colonics to-t
day, the purser halng refused to let.
him land In the Colonics. Ping Foon .
was up for robbery. Tho Sonomi0
turned him looso today and lio was
arrested by Asst. Hack Inspector Sld-'A
Key Smith, now cnjojlng his old cell J(
on tuo reei.
HIGH GRADE SUITS
MADE TO ORDER
For little moneV
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fcftJi.'Wi,7Aflewrai i jfl
im tmk ; mw M M
'mtm v "T9v
V JaiaMKMMwiiii i inrry mam
branding the cattle In the paddocks.
"Still In snlte of these Increased
' facilities ou contend that the men do
I not work as well as they did In tbe
good old times?" Inquired Kinney.
"I don't know that jou should call
them 'good old time'," said Low
"When old Uncle John was around you
got a good clip across the back with a
lasso It you were not attending to
"You don't mear to say that that
ever happened to you?" ejaculated Kinney,
"Pretty nearly once or twice," an-
Your business Suit shoutd show as
Jmueh Individuality of fabric, stylo and nwered Low.
tailoring aa your areas clothes. (Continued on Paoo 8.1
Appearance frequently means sue- i ' -
Lcess In business today.
If you choose a suit from those
It was reported along the waterfront
this morning that all the masters and
officers of the Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Company's fleet will be shortly
offered a chance to take shares ln thu
company under very easy terms. This
to be done with a levv to securing
a vital intorest In the affairs of th
company on tha part of the employes.
President J. A. Kennedy of the I.-I.
S. N. Co. was seen this morning In
reference to the report nqtedr
"This Is the first I have heard of any
such proposition," ho said. "Such an
Idea, ob far as I know, can havo no
foundation In fact. Why, It Is Impos
sible to get any shares. People on
tho outside aro offering $H0 per share
and can't buy at that There's nothing
you'll have the " la'st thought " of he
best dressed men of New York and
London; adapted to the use of the
moern American Busslness Man.
The variety of styles and models en
ables us to fit the figure and pocket of
every man PERFECTLY.
$1G TO $24
FOR SALE ONLY b
The Kash Company,
The steamers Mauna Lna and Klnau
sailed promptly at noon today for Maul
and Hawaii ports to leeward and wind
ward ports respectively. Both had few
passengers and small freight. These
favorite steamers bad quite a little
brush out the channel and to Diamond
The Waterhouse" Co.. formerly head
quarters at 932 Fort streetVTias moved (Y
to the ground floor of tho Judd build-1'
ing, where Fred T. p. waternouse ana ,j
Albert Waterhouse are more In evi-!i.
dence than was posslble'ln an upstair.
We have been fortunate in securing at a big discount 50 Ends
of English Suitings. These are of Superior Quality, Neat Designs,
and the Correct Weight for Honolulu.
Every suit Is worth from $3500 to $45 00 In the style we turn
them out, but the price we bought the material for enables us to
give our customers a rare chance to obtain first-class suits to meas
ure for verv little more than the material atone would cost In th
ordinary way. WHILE THE LINE LASTS,
WE WILL TAKE MEASURES FOR THESE GOODS AT -
THE SUIT COMPLETE
Work clone on the premises
By EXPERT WHITE LABOR
YOUR INSPECTION INVITED
L, B.KERR & COMPANY LIMITED.
Associate Justices Hartwcll and Wil
der are expected to return from tbe
mainland tomorrow. Tho Supremo
Court has adjourned until tomorrow
and It Is possible that It will tako up
the term lapse question Immediately.
THE WHOLE 1
that you rent a box In our
safe deposit vault In which
to place your valuable doc
uments, Jewelry, etc , (or
safe keeping. The cost la
nominal j55 a year anH
Trust Co., Ltd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu
A noted American philosopher once'
said that If a man could build a better
house or a better mouse-trap than his
competitor tho world would socn make'
beaten path to his home though he
set up his shop In a wilderness.
We attribute the success of our bus
iness to this principle, and have spar
ed no effort to turn out our product
better than anyone else, making
CLOTHING combining high class work
manshlp with lots of style, and the
best values ever shown In this city.
LEVINGSTON & ROLAND
Is on the run for first place In the art
of shoemaklng. The Judges have
awarded the Grand Prize to the "ALL
AM RICA," the world's greatest
S3. 50 SI .00 SHOE FOR MEN.
Ihey are unequalled In workmanship
and style, and their fitting and wear
ing qualities have made them famous
the world over. Our newly opened
stock of these shoes comprises the
latest and swellest lasts and Includes
a variety of leathea which will open
one's eyes. Our ambition Is to give
every wearer of $3.50 and $4 00 shoes
for men, more value for thslr mens
than any other store In town.
WATCH US KEEP OUR PROMISE,
Island orders given special attention.
Maiiofacturer'sSiioe Civ Ltd.
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