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DHH FACIFIO COMMERCIAL ADVEBT1BEK HONOLULU, JULY JS, 1903.
-Among tlic latest,
jiL-t pnwluctil, h a
tissue of pure nat
ural silk, known as
It. is destined to
be foremost in de
mand for tho latest
B. F. Ehlers& Co.
The von Hamm
Young Co., Ltd.
Will be a
THESE PRICES PROVE IT
Lead Pencils, per doz ........ 1 Oo
Playing Cards, per pack ..... 1 0 o
Cloth Bound Books, 1 5 o
Business Envelopes, 600 for 75o
Scratch Pads, per doz 20c
Money Receipt Books, .... 10c
Fancy Glass Ink Wells...... 25o
High Grade Fount. Pens,...$1.50
ALL KIND3 OF RUB
BER STAMPS MADE
Mail Orders Filled.
Wall Nichols Co., Ltd.
"Tour Money Savers."
WHY BE BALD when you can easily
prevent it by using Pacheco's celebrat
ed Dandruff Kill r. It never fails.
Sold by all Druggists and at the
Union Barlx-r shop. Tel. Main 232.
1230 Nuuanu Avenue.
NG TIN QUAY, Proprietor.
rresn leiana ileats. Ducks and
Cmlckeni, alive or dressed. Fish and
Inventory Estate of
Late Sam C.
Judge Wilcox Left
Objection to Jurisdiction of Judge
GearThe Great Water
Mark P. Robinson, J. O. Carter and
Paul Muhlendorf, executors of the will
of the late Samuel C. Allen, have fllid
an Inventory of the estate. It shows
a total valuation or xhc
footings of each class ae as follows:
Sugar Plantation Stocks.... 405,984.43
Miscellaneous Stocks S03.6S3.00
Fire Claim Assignments... 2,920.00
Real Estate 118.352.61
Bills Receivable, secured... 296.tf74.32
Bills Receivable, unsecured! 10,347.00
Bills Receivable, secured by
collaterals. . 545,279.13
Leasehold ' 100.00
Total $2.325.172. 35
More than half of the . cash is with
Allen & Robmson, Ltd., the remain
der with Bishop & Co. Of bonds the
largest holding is $222,700 O. R. & L.
Co. six per cent. The heaviest holding
of sugar stocks is 1912 shares Oahu
Sugar Co., par value $100, placed at
$188,000 value; second, 685 shares Waia
lua Agricultural Co., par value $100, at
$65,137; third, 4850 shares Ewa Planta
tion Co., par value $20, at $55,060.
Miscellaneous stocks are listed thus
171 shares C. Brewer & Co., $100 par
value, $9,216; 15 shares E. O. Hall &
Son, $100 par value, $1215; 202 shares
Mutual Telephone Co., $10 par value,
$2020; 372 shares Oahu Railway & Land
Co., $100 par value, $23,131; 4676 shares
Allen & Robinson, Ltd., $100 par value,
$467,600; 5 shares Hawaiian Fibre Co.,
$100 par value, $501.
The real estate is inventoried as fol
lows: Allen block and Pierce building,
Queen street, $62,177.85; corner King
and Richards streets, $27,191.73; corner
King and Alakea streets, $6,490.82; Ma
klki property, $969S.75; Aala property,
$5150; two lots at Puunui, $240.50; Urn!
land, Kalihi, $3775; Pohakaa 37.S5 acres
and Kaloaloa 43.41 acres, $3151.66; lot
at Pearl City, $476.30.
The estimate being evidently conserv
ative, there is no doubt that the es
tate, in ordinary times when there was
no depression, weald liquidate at a val
ue of three million dollars or more.
JUDGE WILCOX'S WILL.
William Luther Wilcox made his will
five days before his death. He leaves
to his wife,Kahuila Wilcox, one-third
of his personal property absolutely and
one-third of his real estate for life and,
at her death, to her heirs. The same
proportions of both classes of property
are left to Wilheimina, his adopted
daughter. All the residue of his estate,
real and personal, is to be divided
among his brothers Charles, George
You certainly don't want to eat if
you are not hungry. But you must
eat, and you must digest your food,
too. If net, you will become weak,
pale, tliin. Good food, pood appetite,
good digestion, theso are essential.
Mr. Robert Venus, of Launceston, Tas
mania, snds us his photograph and says:
I suffered preatly from loss of appetite,
indication, pains in the stomach, weakness,
and nervousness. Several doctors tried In
Tain to pive me relief. A friend then induced
me to try Ayer's Sarsajarilla, for it had done
him much good. The first bottle worked
bonders for me. Soon my appetite came
back, my Indigestion was cured, and 1 was
Strong and hearty."
There are many imit.ition Sarsaparillas."
Be sure you pet Ayer's.
Keep your bowel in good condition by using
Avers 1'iMs. Thry tare constipation, coated
tongue, biliousness, sick headache.
Prepared by Dr. J. C Ayer 4 Co.. Lowell. Mass.. VSJi.
IIOLLISTER DRUG CO., Agents.
Albert and Samuel, the children of any
deceased brother taking by right of
representation. William O. Smith is
nominated to be executor, with a re
quest that he be exempt from giving a
Mr. Smith, In a petition for probate
of the will, gives the probable value
and the character of the estate as fol
lows: Real estate consisting of vari
ous parcels of land of an estimated
value in all of $75,000, and personal
estate consisting of insurance policies,
furniture, machinery, goods and chat
tels of an estimated value of $20,000, or
a total valuation of $95,000.
The will was executed on July 7,
1903, in presence of Mabel D. Gee and
E. C. Waterhouse, M. D.
BIG INJUNCTION SUIT.
Argument In the Injunction suit of
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. vs.
Wailuku Sugar Co. continued through
out yesterday before Judge De Bolt. Af
ter Mr. Hartwell concluded his speech
from the previous day, W. O. Smith
also addressed the court for the plain
tiff. W. A. Kinney then took the floor
and talked the rest of the day for the
FORMER WAILUKU CASES.
A. S. Hartwell has filed a motion for
a decree ordering plaintiff to pay costs
including counsel fees in each of the
injunction suits of Wailuku Sugar Co.
vs. Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
The first was to enjoin the construc
tion of a tunnel by the defendant and
the second to enjoin defendant from
depositing debris In the Wailuku river
bed. Deponent received a fee of $250
in each the Circuit and the Supreme
Courts in each of the cases, or a total
of $1000. and incurred sundry other ex
penses on behalf of the defendant.
OBJECTS TO JUDGE GEAR.
In the matter of the estate of R. W.
Holt, deceased, or the forty-year old
probate of will, Henry Smith, trustee,
makes a special appearance for the
purpose of moving that the petition of
John F. Colburn filed June 16, 1903, be
transferred for hearing to Judge J. T.
De Bolt on the ground that Judge Geo.
or determine the matters and things
ouo or, , m
xne motion is Dasea on me recora anaj
an affidavit of Clerk P. Danson Kellett
Jr. to the effect that the presiding
Judge in accordance with the Circuit
v-oun ruies lor me weeK inciuaing
June 16, 1903, was the Honorable J. T.
De Bolt, First Judge of the Circuit
Court for the First Circuit. .
PETITION FOR GUARDIAN.
Samuel Andrews petitions that W. R.
Castle be appointed guardian of four
minor children of Maria N. Nal'ai,
late of Honolulu, also of Helen Kulo-
lia end Louisa Kanaauao, minors. The
proposed wards are from thirteen to
three years of age and the petitioner
has been acting as their unofficial
guardian, but he believes they ought
to have a guardian appointed by the
ccurt to look after estate they own
consisting of shares of corporations
and pieces of land. Mr. Castle is men
tioned as the choice of the children for
Judge De Bolt granted the petitions
of W. O. Smith, guardian of Arthur F.
K. Gay and Eric R. J. Gay, for leave
to Invest $1000 for each ward respec
tively in bonds of the Olaa Sugar Co.
and the HIlo Railroad Co.
The Phoenix Sivlngs, Building and
Guarantees all that its literature and
certificate call for, and in addition of
fers to the public the privilege of de
positing subject to call any amount
from $2.00 up to $3,000.00 at 4'& per cent
It makes no claims to" pay stockhold
ers in its class "A" or "G. M." stock
all profits made at the end of six
months or one year as it would not be
consistent business policy to do so, for
the reason that any company, bank or
association tht offers all Its profits at
the end of six months or one year is
not doing a conservative 1 usiness.
Robert Slaughter, General Agent. R.
Chang Kim, the last foreman of Chi
na Engine Co., No. 5 of the defunct
volunteer fire department of Honolulu,
believes that there has been neglect of
valuable government property formerly
used by that company. In fact, he
thinks that the $12,000 brick" engine
house, or its material left by the great
fire of 1900, has been allowed to be
stolen. Chang Kim says there is not
more than one-tenth cf the brick that
entered into the edifice remaining .up
on the site, and he does not know what
has become of it if it has not been
pilfered piece meal.
Perhaps the Public Works Depart
ment has found good use for the mate
rial, but this could not be ascertained
in time for the present issue, Chang
Kim having made his complaint for
publication after public office hours
Accident Near Wahiawa.
An incoherent telephone message
from Wahiawa yesterday said that a
bruise bt-tween Waialua and Wahiawa
had fallen under four hordes and two
wagons. The telephone worked so bad
ly that no further particulars could be
FOR BELIEF IND R.WI LUAMS'PINK
PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE.
Mrs. Gosney Tells Why She Has
Such Great Confidence in This
"For the best reason in the world,"
answered Mrs. J. O. Gosney, of Pull
man, Wash., when asked why she
praised Dr. Williams' Pink Pills so
"They cured me after three doctors
and all sorts of remedies had failed,"
she continued. "I suffered horribly
with what the doctors called neuralgia
of the stomach, and I also was troubled
to an unusual extent with the Ills
which only women experience. Every
month I had cramps which nearly
drove me wild and they were so bad
sometimes that my husband had to run
for a doctor to give me something to
relieve me. Often they would keep me
in bed for days at a time and, just
before I began taking- Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People, my hands
used to get numb when I had these
spells. I can't tell half of what I went
through. The natural functions of my
sex ceased and the spells of cramps
kept growing more frequent. Dr. Wil
liams Pink Pills helped me the first
week I took them and after taking
them faithfully awhile longer I became
Thousands of women have found re
lief from their sufferings in the same
way that Mrs. Gosney did. No dis
covery of modern times has proved
such a blessing to women as Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pale People. Act
ing directly on the blood and nerves,
invigorating- the body, regulating the
functions, they restore the strength
and health in the exhausted patient
when every effort of the physician
proves unavailing. They have been
shown to be a positive and unfailing
specific for all diseases arising from
disorders- of the blood or nerves and
have cured locomotor ataxia, partial
paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica
neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous head
ache, the after-effects of the grip, pal
pitation of the heart, pale and sallow
complexions and all forms of weakness
either in male or remaie. ir. wu-
I liams Pink Pills for Pale People are
sol(J by all deaiers. or will be sent post
paid on receipt of price, fifty cents i
box; six boxes for two dollars and a
; h.alf' y &:essin? ?r- Williams Medi-
cine jo., fccneneciaay, jn. x.
THE BIG NEW
The Hawaiian Sisal Co. has been or
ganized with a capital of $250,000, and
is soon to be incorporated. W. H. Pain
is the treasurer and H. W. S. Edmunds
general manager and secretary.
The company has leased 12,700 acres
of land at Heeia upon which it is ex
pected to begin the cultivation of sisal.
The leases are for from ten to thirty
years, only the Heeia lands of 2700
acies to be taken up at once.
The prospectus issued by the com
pany .speaks of the prospect of dredg
ing the harbor at Heeia to permit of
shipments by sea, though the planta
tion will also be upon the lines of the
The company proposes to cultivate
jute, hemp, ramie and abutiion fibre
as well as sisal. While waiting for the
sisal to mature It ie also proposed to
cultivate cassava, tobacco, pineapples
and castor oil beans. The company
does not intend to erect expensive mills
but will purchase cheap portable ma
chines to be moved from place to place
in the fields. The company ia to i6sue
stock at ten dollars per share to be
one-quarter paid in upon application.
The Highest Priced but'
the Best Quality.
AT NEW BASEBALL GROUNDS
Saturday, July 18th
GAME CALLED 1:45 O'CLOCK
ELKS VS MAILE ILIMA
AT 3:30 O'CLOCK.
HONOLULU VS KAMS
Kahikinul Meat Marke
ntUITi AND VEGITABLX4,
Baret&nla Street, corner AVOf
jus. f. mmm,
42 QUEEN STREET.
P. Q. Box 594. Telephone 72
At my salesroom 42 Queen street.
OH SATURDAY JULY 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
6 Big California mules suitable for
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Piece of land In Manoa Va'.ley, having
a rrontage of 380 feet on the main gov
ernment road and a depth of 220 feet to
tne stream. Contains 1 87-100 acwa.
Lease has 19 years to run.
n&Mn a . -
a country residence; .
fine bathing pool can be had at the
For further particulars apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
James F. Morgan
wm una miter
42 QUEEN STREET.
0. Box 594. Telephone 72
25 PER CENT
All kinds the best STades.
This offer for a few days only,
Levers & Cooke Ltd
177 South King 8treet.
1048 1050 Alakea Street
P. O. Box 642.
The Domestic Woman -will find la
our big stock of Kitchen and House
hold utensils a vast assortment of ev- '
ery thing useful for her department
The goods can be purchased CHEEP- 1
ER than any where else in this city.
Tou can find this out to your own sat
isfaction. Only come and see us!
Lewis & Comp'y, Ltd.
THE BIG GROCERS,
189 King St. The Lewen A Cooke BMg.
NEW AND SECOND HAND
of all makes.
Repairing neatly done j
at , .
On King street near Alakea. odd
Oahu Ice &
Ice Dell re red to anr txt of th ntw. tiwi
orders promptly filled. Tel. Blue BUI.
Hoffman & Markham
P.O. Box son. Office: Kewala
WIRE BASKETS AND MO
The Honolulu Florist.
Old English Ginger Beer.
Cream Butter Milk, Fresh todajr.
HIGH GRADE CIGARS
GOLDEN WEST CIGAR STORE
8o Merchant Street.
THE BEST REMEDY
A prevention ol all ills Is
Sold by leading druggists, hotels and bsrs
Lovejoy & Co., Agts.
I'UONE MAIN 30H.
Again Open lor Business.
RIVER MILL. CO.. Pauahl street near
River, Contractors and Builders, also
Houee Material and Furniture. Orlers
promptly attended to.
Tel. Blue 546. P. O. Box 990.
C BREWER & CO.. LTD.
Sugar Factors and Comission Mer-
LIST Or OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke. President: George E.
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones; H. Water-
house, G. R. Carter, Directors.
1 0 57 F0RT
BERETANIA, COR. EMMA STREET.
Boston Baked Beans every Saturday
also Cream Puffs.
Home made bread, pies, cakes, dough
nuts, cookies. All kinds of salads ana
delicacies made to order.
ALL KINDS OF
Goodyear Kubber Co. .
It. H. PEASE, President,
San Francisco, Cal., U. S.