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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 14, 1903.
A. A. WHISKY
8E3T ON EARTH
WMM It CO., Ctunmtti
Of ii nl Export Agta, Bpreekeli' Slfig.
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Early preparations assure the
success of your Thanksgiving
Dinner. "We are ready with "the
Jat of the land." Orders sent in
aow will get the hest of our ship
ent of Nuts and Raisins, Fine
Currants, Citron and Mixed Peels,
Preserved Fruits, Delicious Mince
Meat and Cranberry Sauce.
H. May & Co.,
22 Telephones 92
FULL PAGE VIEWS IN COLORS.
Our new 1904 Hawaiian Scenic View
Calendar In colors just received con
tains 13 CHOICE VIEWS OF ISLAND
IteENERY and without any exception
Sa the handsomest Hawaiian oalendar
No advance In price only $1.00.
Now is the time to mall one to your
loved ones at home. Don't delay too
long as the edition is limited.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
IF YOU ARE LOOKING for a ner
fect hair dressing you should TRY
PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER.
The sweet and refined odor it leaves
tm the hair makes it an excellent toilet
Sold by all Druggist3 and at the
Union Barber Shop. Tel. Main 232.
Phone White 80L P. O. Box ..
WON TAI CO.
118 King St., near Maunakea.
3E PAINTING, Paper Hanging
irating done by first class
Ota H Aged
Fare Mk 10
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TWO NOT SO
Trial of Soldiers
Rapid Transit Co, Given
Nonsuit in Killed
Batch of Indictments Miss Nolte
Wins Trespass Suit Against
J. A. Magoon.
The grand jury made a report to
Judge Gear yesterday, presenting about
a dozen indictments. Most of these
went on tk'a secret file, the accused
persons not yetybeing in custody. The
following three were under arrest:
Frank Luceweko, keeping a lodging
house without a license.
Osumi, murder in the first degree, for
killing one Sumi at Koolauloa, Oahu,
on September 29 last. The victim was
a woman, whose mortal wound Osu
mi is alleged to have inflicted with a
knife in her back.
Jack Peter, assault with a deadly
weapon. He is accused of inflicting a
wound with a shot from a pistol upon
the shoulder of one Ho Tim.
THREE SOLDIERS TRIED.
The three soldiers from Camp Mc
Kinley, charged with larceny in the
second degree for stealing 18 bottles
of beer from Moody's saloon, Waikiki,
were tried by jury before Judge Gear
yesterday afternoon. Their names
are T. Buckley, R. Nurney, and F.
Fisher. They were indicted for bur
glary and on the quashing of the in
dictment rearrested for the milder of
fense and therefor indicted. W. S.
Fleming prosecuted, and E. M. Watson
defended the accused. The following
jury tried the case, retiring at 4:52 to
consider their verdict: J. B. Pakele, E.
K. Rathburn, L. J. N. Hipa, F. J. Ro-
bello, E. H. Paris, Theo. "Wolff, J. H.
Davis, G. N. Hayselden, E. Nojrrie, J.
U. A Del, vv. m. uusn ana w. a.
At 5:49 the jury returned a verdict
finding Nurney guilty and Buckley and
Fisher not guilty. Mr. Watson noted
exceptions to the conviction of Nur
ney. Judge Gear appointed Monday
Tanaka Miatara, assault and bat
tery, and Annie Claudine, violation of
a moral statute, were each released
under nolle prosequi before Judge Gear
The damage suit of Dong Chong
against the Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Co., Ltd., ended in a non
suit granted by Judge De Bolt after
plaintiff had rested yesterday. J
Lightfoot appeared for plaintiff, and
Castle & Withington for defendant
The following jury sat on the trial:
E. McCorriston, John Kuaana, Ben
Guerrero, Chas. E. Frasher, P. M. Lu
cas, Jas. A. Auld, Chas. Butzke, H.
Meek, George Cypher, Isidor Levings-
"Sweet sixteen" is an age ot
which poets have sung raptu
rously. Motheis know that girl
hood is not all romance ana
roses. The growing girl needs
plenty of strength to nt her lor
the duties of maturity. There
is hut one real source of strength,
and that is digested food. But
so many lassies in the early teens
will not eat what is good for
them; they have no appetite,
they say, and even when they do
force food down their throats,
it disagrees with them. Hence
they are gaunt, white faced and
narrow-shouldered. Kind friends
of the family remark that the
darling of the household is go
ing into a decline, or that she
looks as if galloping consump
tion might get hold of her some
day. Let no mother be scared.
Thousands of just such slender,
debilitated, fragile girls have
grown into rosy, handsome, ro
bust women because they built
and toned themselves up with
which is palatable as honey and
contains the nutritive and cu
rative properties of Pure Cod
Liver Oil, combined with the
Compound Syrup of Hypophos
phites and the Extracts of Malt
and Wild Cherry. It does all
that plain cod liver oil does in
making flesh and blood and does
it better. Dr. P. A. David, Pro
fessor of Chemistry, Bishops
College, Montreal, says: "I have
used your preparation of cod
liver oil both in my hospital
and private practice, with results
uniformly satisfactory, and con
sider it one of the best recon
structive tonics before the pro
fession to-day; its palatability is
also a most important and at
tractive feature. " As sure of vic
tory as water is sure to quench
thirst. Try it and see how much
sweeter life is without weak
npss, pain or worry. "It cannot
disappoint you." Sold by all
chemists here and everywhere.
ton, E. E. Mossman and Isaac Cockett.
The action was to recover damages
of $123.75 and costs for the killing of
a mule and damage to wagon and
harness caused by an electric car
striking the outfit. Judgment was
given for defendant by District Mag- s
istrate Dickey, from which plaintiff
appealed. The ground of the nonsuit J
granted was that negligence of defend- '
ant had not been snown.
The ejectment suit of Kapiolani Es
tate, Ltd., vs. J. G. Faria, was begun
on trial before Judge Robinson yester
day. It is for land near the Beretania
street pumping station. Cooper, Der
by and Kaulukou appeared for plain
tiff; Vivas & Correa for defendant.
The jury consisted of the following
named: J. K. Manase, Henry De Fries,
Chas. T. Day, John H. Jones, Albert
A. Wilson, C. N. Arnold, Carl Maer
tens, Joseph K. Clark, Charles Lewis,
E. K. Naanao, Alex. Kahoalii and J. A.
Smithies. When plaintiff rested, a
motion for nonsuit was made by de
fendant a"nd denied. The trial was
then continued till Tuesday.
Union Express Co. vs. Inter Island
Telegraph Co. was discontinued before
MISS NOLTE WINS.
The jury that tried the trespass suit
of Fredericke Nolte vs, J. A. Magoon
before Judge De Bolt, about midnight
of Thursday returned a verdict for the
nlaintiff with $1 damages. This vin
dicates the property rights of the plain
tiff. When the plaintiff and her
father were in Germany some months
ago, the defendant bought from a na
tive a piece of land in the midst of
land owned by plaintiff. The native
had been a borrower from the Nolte
family and was under promise to sell
them the piece in question if he sold
it to any one. After Magoon bought it
he instructed a Chinaman that he had
a right of way through Miss Nolte's
land, and the Chinaman forthwith pro
ceeded to exercise the right, pulling
down fences and making a thorough
fare over the land. Hence the suit
Judge De Bolt instructed the jury that
Magoon would have to hold his as
sumed right of way by adverse pos
session for ten years before it had le
W. L. Howard, administrator of the
estate of August Kraft, deceased, has
filed his final account. It shows re
ceipts of $15,373.37 and payments of
$1076.23, leaving a balance of $14,302.14
for distribution, consisting of cash and
jewelry and real estate which the heirs
have elected to take in lieu of cash
under the terms eX-iiie will.
M. T. Simonton, Geo. C. Sea and Clem
C. Quinn, appraisers Of the estate of
Thos. J. Cummins, deceased, have re
ported with a valuation of $24,412.
Laura C. Green, executrix of the will
of Mary E. Green, has filed her final
account with a petition for discharge.
Receipts are $755.10 and payments
$931.55, cleaving a balance due the ex
ecutrix of $176.45.
Judge Gear admitted the will of the
late D. T. Bailey to probate, appoint
ing Harriet Bailey executrix, without
FINAL DOWER AWARD.
Upon remittitur from the Supreme
Court, in the case of Sophia H. Ha
haleahu vs. Manuel S. Pereira and S.
Kobayashi, bill for admeasurement of
dower, Judge Robinson signed a final
decree awarding the plaintiff $781.76
together with her costs taxed at $134.
WHEN YOU CANNOT SLEEP for
coughing it is hardly necessary that
any one should tell you that you need
a few doses of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to allay the irritation of the
throat and make sleep possible. It
always cures and cures quickly. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Ltd., Wholesale
Agents, sell It.
FROM THEATER BOX
Most native Hawaiians who have
i traveled in the States will appreciate
the feelings of Prince Kuhio and wife,
as described below, the more because
of personal experiences of their own
East of the Sierras any man of color
seeking first-class accommodations, is
likely to be mistaken for a negro and
treated accordingly. A year or more
ago the Queen and her attendants were
refused accommodations at a famous
Eastern hotel because they were taken
for the "Black Patti troupe." White
men with Hawaiian wives have been
subjected to special nnoyance on this
score. Following is an account of
Prince Kuhio's mis-adventures:
COLUMBUS (O.), November 6. J. K
Kalanianaole, delegate to the coming
session of Congress from the Territory
of Hawaii, and affectionately known by
the people of his native land as '"Prince
Cupid," met with a humiliating ex
perience during his stay here. Prince
and Princess Cupid were occupants of
a box at the Southern Theater, and
were thoroughly enjoying the surround
ings, when the Prince was suddenly
tapped upon the shoulder by an attache
and requested to "Bring the woman,"
so the story goes.
The Prince thought at first that some
mistake had been made, but was invi
ted again to leave, the attache believ
ing him to be a negro. The manage
ment, after learning of the blunder,
sent special emissaries to the luxurious
hotel apartments of the Prince to make
due amends, but he. scorned them and
left for the East.
AS AN INSPECTOR
Rev. R. L. Halsey arrived on the
Alameda yesterday morning to take
a position as inspector in the local
immigration service. Mr. Halsey is
probably the only minister of the gos-
pcj wno nas sucn a position in the 1
Department of Labor and Commercafl
tie is not connected with any church
officially but has in the past been do
ing mission wrjk among the Japanese.
For three years Mr. Halsey was inter
preter at the San Francisco station and
he will probably do some of the same
work in Honolulu. A. F. Geffney was
formerly Japanese interpreter at the
local immigration station.
Rev. Mr. Halsey stated yesterday
that he had not come to Hawaii to do
mission work among the Japanese, but
had simply been appointed as Inspec
tor in the Immigration service.
HOW HIS EXPERIENCE HELPED
After Her Father's Death Miss
JBuechel Encountered Serious
Difficulties But Overcame Them.
The Rev. Charles Buechel, late pastor
of the German Methodist Episcopal
church in Wichita, Kansas, was one
of the best known ministers of the
state, having served in all its princi
pal cities during his long pastorate.
His daughter, Miss Lydia Beuchel, now-
residing at No. 421 South Water street,
Wichita, also has a wide acquaintance
and her evidence on an important top
ic will command attention. She says:
'For six years I suffered with a ner
vous debility which physicians failed
to relieve and finally I was confined to
my bed, a victim of nervous pros
tration. I was so nervous that I could
not sleep, my stomach got so bad that
everything I ate hurt me and my sys
tem became worn out from the ner
vousness and lack of nourishment.
"When my father was alive he fre
quently took Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Pale People when he was worn out
and nervous from preaching and they
always helped him, so I decided to see
what they would do for me. After
taking one box I experienced relief and
a few boxes cured me. I am perfectly
willing to have this statement publish
ed in the hope th it it will be the means
of helping other sufferers to regain
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People are an unfailing specific for all
diseases arising from impoverished
blood or weakened, unstrung nerves
two fruitful causes of nearly all the
ailments to which mankind is heir.
They have cured locomotor ataxia, par
tial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciati
ca, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous
headache, the after-effects of the griD.
palpitation of the heart, pale and
sallow complexions and all forms of
weakness either in male or female.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People are sold by all dealers or will
be sent postpaid on receipt of price,
fifty cents a box; six boxes for two
dollars and a half, by addressing Dr.
Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady,
N. Y. Do not trust the word of a man
who says he has the genuine Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills in bulk. None of
these famous pills ever leave the fac
tory except in packages bearing the
well-known trade-mark composed of
the seven words "Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People." '
Passed Small Bogus Checks.
Detective McDuffie yesterday after
noon placed Thomas Boisselier under
arrest on a warrant charging him with
gross cheat. Waterhouse & Co., noti
fied the police that Boisselier had been
drawing checks on their firm, and the
police at once looked the Frenchman
up. Boisselier has recently been pass
ing checks on saloons for very small
amounts, some being for $1.25, and the
whole amount of his alleged transac
tions amounts to but a small sum. He
is a sugar boiler from Hawaii.
lair makes beautiful
NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE MAKES
BEAUTIFUL HAIR, because it de
stroys the deadly microbe at work
upon the hair roots, thus making
dandruff and falling hair impos
sible, and promoting a thick, luxu
riant growth of hair, increasing the
owner's good looks fully 100 per cent.
It will also enre yonr father, brother, hus
band or sweetheart of any scalp affection
they may have, even balilness, for It works
like a charm upon the baldest pates. Use it
yourself, then you wm surely recoin send it.
For Sale at all First-Class Drug Stores.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., LTD.
Walter Sanford Go,
Of Plarvers for a Season of Three
The Power of Gold
Popular prices 75c, 50c. and 25c
Box office open Thursday, Nov.
12, at 10 . m.
Watch the papers
JAS. F. MORGAN,
mm ml Broter
847-85; KAAHUMANU ST.
P. O. Box 594, Telephone 72.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 857 Kaahumanu
street, I will sell at auction,
Received per Alameda.
Sell in lots to suit.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Fine Residence for Sale
I offer at private sale one of the nicest
residences in Manoa. Nearly one acre
of land, all improved, with a well-built,
large dwelling house.
Commands about the finest view of
sea and shore to be obtained.
For particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
847-857 KAAHUMANU ST.
P. O. Box 594, TelepboBS .
astle & Cooke, Ltd.
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Os,
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St.
The Standard Oil Co.
The George F. Blake Steam Pan.
The New England Mutual Life
ance Co., of Boston.
The Aetna Fire Insurance C.
The Alliance Assurance Co, of
tyortws and Commissloo Ikrckiik
WU AGENTS FOB
60 and 10c packages
WRITISH AMERICAN AS8URAJCCB
COMPANY, of Toronto. On tart,
DELAWARE INSURANCE CO, Sf
Lowney's Celebrated' Chocolate re
duced to y oa.
The Most Delicious Candy in the World.
LEWIS & CO , LTD.
THE BIG GROCERS,
169 King St. The Lewers & Cooke
Bldg. 240-2 Telephones 240
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAII-
1048-1050 Alakea Street
P. O. Box 612.
NEW HOUSES BUTLS
Stores and Offices Repaired.
W. T. PATY
Gontraetof and Builder
Office 1048 Alakea street,
between King and Hotel.
Thone Blue 1801.
Printed from plate.
BY EXPERIENCED MEN AT
FORT STREET. TEL. MAIN 109.
HACKS Noa. 1. 7. 24 32 ki 87 iu.
Baal Table Wines in Use. Sold by
all Liquor Dealers.
Beretania Cor, Alakea St.
Strictly Home Made Plea and Cakes
of all kinds. Saturday specials: Cream
Puffs, also Boston Baked Beans.
ALL KINDS OF
Goodyear Rubber Go.
R. H. PEASE, President,
v San Francisco, CaL, U. S. A.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL CON
TRACTORS. Plana and Estimates furnished for afl
classes of Contracting Work.
Boston Block. Honolnfe
Miss Power's Millinery Parlors
Boston Building, Port Street.
Wonder Millinery Parlors
Have Just received the latest styles
of Bats, and the new trimmings now
so papula sa His