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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER ax, 1905.
t - f 1 mmm,t 1 FRATERNAL MEETINGS. POLYNESIAN ENCAMP MENT NO. 1, I. O. O. F. Meets every first and third FRIDAY f the month at 7:30 p. m.; in Odd Fellow's Hall, Fort Street. Visiting brothers cordially invited to Attend. F. M. McGRE'W, CP. L L. LA PIERRE, Scribe. EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. i, I. O. O. F. Meets every TUESDAY evening at P:30, in Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort street. Visiting brothers cordially invited to Attend. I F. G. NOTES, N. G. L. L. LA PIERRE, Secretary. PACIFIC REBEKAH LODGE, NO. i, I. O. O. F. Meets every second and fourth Thursday, at 7:30 p. m., Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort street. Visiting Rebekahas are cordially In cited to attend. LILLIE DUNN, N. G., JENNY JACOBSON, Sec'y. DLIVE BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE NO. 24 I. O. O. F. Meets every first and third Thurs day at 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fellows' Ball, Fort Street. Visiting Rebekahas are cordially in jrited to attend. MARGARET SIMONTON, N.G.. THORA OSS, Secretary. LEAH I CHAPTER NO. 2, O. E. S. Meets every third Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple, corner of Alakea and Hotel streets. Visiting Sisters and Brethren are aordlally Invited to attend. XMMA LONGSTREET RICH CRABBE, P.W.1L, Secretary. ADELAIDE M. WEBSTER. Worthy Matron. HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M. Meets every second and fourth THURSDAY of each month, in L O O. K. Hall. Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend. , . T. F. McTIGHE, Sachem, E. V. TODD, CoIR. WILLIAM M'KINLEY LODGE, NO. 8, K. of P. Meets every SATURDAY vening at 7:30 o'clock, in Harmony Hall, King treet. Visiting; brotlMrs cofdlally inrited to ttend. EDWIN FARMER, C. C. E. A. JACOBSON, K. of R. 4k S. HONOLULU TEMPLE NO. i, RATHBONE SISTERS. Meets every 2nd and 4 th Monday, at lLnlghts of Pythias' HOlL King street. All visitors cordially Invited to at- SALLIE L. WILLIAMS, M.E.C., GRACE O'BRIEN, M. of R.&C. ELODGE LE PROGRES DE L'OCEANIE. Meets the last Monday In each month, at 7:30 o'clock In Masonic Temple, corner Alakea a&d Hotel streets. Visiting Masons ortially In vited to attend. C. J. DE Secretary. W. R. FARRINGTON, W. M. HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 16. B. P. O. E.. will meet in their lull, on Milter and Beretania streets, ewry Friday even In?. By order of the E. R. HARRY H. SIMPSON, Secretary. GEO. H. ANGUS, E. R. COURT CAMOES. NO. 8110, A. O. F. Meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. m. in San Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visiting brothers cordial ly invited to attend. I A. O. ROSA, C. R. M. C. PACHECO, F. C. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E. XT-, Meets on 2nd and &&kjF2 4tn WEDNESDAY "&t&&fcdr evenings of each month at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King Street. Visiting Eagles are Invited to at tend. , M. ROSENBERG. W. P. H. T. MOORE, W. Secty. THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Camp No. i, U. S. W. V. Department Hawaii. Meets every first and third WEDNESDAT at Waverley Hall, at 7:30 p. m. Visiting comrades cordial ly invited to attend. PAUL SMITH. Condr. R. H. LONG. Adjutant. ihe QUEEN Automobile has reached a stage of perfection attempted but never ac complished by others.fcthe result of years of careful experimenting. It is equipped with greater cylinder capacity than any car in its class and excels in Price, Power and Per fection. SSIBIAK CARRIAGE COMPANY. LIMITED, Automobile Warehouse on Merchant St., between Fort and AJakea Sta. w APPEAL TO WASHfNGTO Org anic Act Amend ment-General Court News. Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd., is taking an appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States from the Supreme Court of Hawaii's decision affirming judg ment of ejectment against it and in fa vor of Mose Meheula by the Second Circuit Court. Owing to the inability of D. II. Case, defendant's counsel of record, to attend to the matter, Kin ney, McClanahan & Cooper have been retained to move for entry of final judgment here so that the appeal to Washington can be taken. This proposed appeal has been made possible by the recent amendment to the Organic Act, making cases appeal able from the Territorial to the fed eral appellate court when the value of property involved is over $5000. Pre vious to such amendment the Territory of Hawaii had the status of a state with regard to the United States Su preme Court, only matters involving Federal statutes being appealable to the highest court of the Union from the Hawaiian courts. The amend ment was rushed through Congress by means of a pull exerted by a mainland corporation that had lost a case in Ha waii. COURT NOTES. Pacific Hardware Co. vs. Ling Chan Co. is still on trial by; jury before Judge De Bolt and continued from yes terday till Monday. This case has to do with the conduct of a dishonest Chinese clerk of plaintiff, who deliv ered goods to defendant without turn ing in sale checks. Victoria Sumner Ellis, administra trix of the estate of Nancy Sumner El lis, has had her. accounts approved and discharge ordered on filing of final re ceipts. Those entitled to distribution are William S. Ellis, John S. Ellis and Victoria S. E. Buffandeau. William T. Robinson, of Wailuku, having renounced his appointment as executor of the will of Lahapa Halsey, deceased, Judge Bobinson has appoint ed Baker Halsey as administrator with the will annexed under a bond of $250. George U. Uaia has been appointed by Judge Robinson administrator of the estate of his deceased mother, Ea hoohanohano, and has filed an . inven tory showing its value as $650. Defendant in the ejectment suit of Kapiolani Estate, Ltd., vs. L; A. Thurs ton has taken an appeal from the ver dict for plaintiff rendered before Judge De iiolt. The Rapid Transit Co., by its attor neys, Castle & Withington, denies each and every allegation of Ethel Barr, suing it for $5000 damages for personal injuries. M. T. Simonton, C. K. Quinn and J. Marcellino, appraisers, find the late Isaac Noar's estate to be worth $33. The Parker ranch case before Judge Lindsay will, be resumed Monday. PLEAS OF GUILTY IN COINAGE CASES Arraignments of defendants indicted in the Camp McKinley gold coin coun terfeiting cases took place before Judge Dole yesterday. John F. Cooner. the ringleader, rem-. 7 o 7 --r-- i eonol V Tt, TXT n4-l, 4 1 J - J i . J """" " t, iJieaueu i guuty 10 one 01 tne two counts in his indictment for coming. J. J. Dunne, kl" 1937 Manoa valley, Hono Assistant District Attornev. entered lulu- ahu- 60- B 271, p 334. Dated n - it ., " V "-"H" ana sentence unaer tne nrst count was de-, terred until November 2. I Thomas Hilson pleaded guilty to one of two counts for possession of counter- feit coins, whereupon the other count was dropped and sentence under the first count set for Monday next. Charles Hamilton, who had previ- One Cou sns Rnotner 1 ne season s first cold tnav he ;licrrit mnir trilA ' may De sngnt may yield 10 cany ireaimeni, DUt tne next cold will hang on longer; it will be more troublesome, too. Un necessary to take chances .1 , j , On tnat SeCOnd One. SCOtt S Emulsion is a tirsvpn five - ' w as well as a cure. Take TI'S EJODLSIOJI when colds aboiinH nnrl vnn'innT7AnAAU t 1 ou 11 nave no cola. Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma tion, heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWfllE, Chemists 40I5 Pearl street. Xew Trk 50c ud $1.00 ... Alldraggists onsly pleaded not guilty, had his trial! set tor the 30th inst. James Jackson, represented by S. H. Deri y reserved his plea until Thursday next. m . DR. M'DONALD FINED. The case of Dr. J. T. McDonald, charged with violation of the law re quiring all physicians practicing in the Territory to pay a license of $10 a year, came up in; the District Court yesterday afternoon. Deputy Attor ney General Prosser appeared for the Territory. The doctor took the stand and admitted all the facts but pleaded that the law was intended to include men of the regular schools. Judge Whitney found him guilty and fined him $1.10 costs. An appeal was im mediately noted and the matter will be fought out in the Supreme Court. GIY & HOBIHSOII PBI3S TAX APPEAL Gay & Robinson, Island of Xiihau, by their attorneys, Castle & Withing ton, move to place on the calendar of the Supreme Court their appeal from the Kauai tax appeal court. They re turned the value of their island at $52,500 and of their personal property at $28,670, a total of $81,170. The as sessor raised this to $150,000, but in the transcript of papers this is divided into real estate $110,000 and personal property $40,000. It was admitted by both parties that the gross receipts from the Niihau property for the year ending December 31, 1903, were $21 766.76 and the running expenses $11 859.93. leavine a net income of $9866.83. Appellants say that if that amount were treated as rent, eight times it would be $80,934.64, which is within $250 of the amount of tEe return. It is alleged on the other side that $3500 paid to Francis Sinclair is improperly deducted, but appellants claim it is charge against the property. . . MISTAKEN DIAGNOSIS. There are many people who have pains In the back and Imagine that their kidneys are affected, while their only trouble is rheumatism of the muscles, which can be cured by a few applications of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, or by dampening a piece of flan nel with the Pain Balm and binding it over the effected parts. A pain in the side or chest should be treated In the same manner and prompt relief Is sure to follow. For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., Agents for Hawaii. HEALTH TBUOHS, Entered for Record October 20, 1905 From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Hawn Lodge No 21 F A M by Trs to J O Roth well D John G Rothwell and wf to Hawn Lodge No 21 F A M trs of D Mary S Corbett and hsb et al to Metropolitan Meat Co Ltd D Cummings minors and heirs of by gdn and tr to J P Mendonca C L John P Mendiola and wf to James E Fullerton tr . M William O Smith tr to W M Min- ton PR William O Smith tr to W M Min- ton . . . PR Henry Waterhouse Tr Co Ltd to Wm H Cornwell R Recorded October 16. 1905. R Degawa and wf to Hilo Mercantile Co Ltd, C M; leasehold, Hilo, Hawaii $418.50. B 276, p 178. Dated Jan 2 1903. K Fujitani by tr to Manuel Loui, D; lot 19 of err 4572. Ahualoa. TTama- . kua. Hawaii. $400. B 272, p 429. Dat . ed Oct 9. 1905. Kahele Polapola (w) , to Tamamoto, j L; homestead lot 7, Kaholo, Hamakua, """J1'1 - ' yrs ac crP renaI- B Z74, LhI " n i X FT A. - Ti 315. Tnttri TVTci-n- t 1 CQO ' MIJ' noa Nolkulani and hsh t vvaterhouse Trust Co Ltd tr, M; por R ct 14, 1905. Wm M Minton and tr Tifro a.ii Kai, D; lot 21 blk A. Minton tract. Ho nolulu, Oahu. $300. B 272, p 430. Dat- ea ct 13 !905. Alfred W Carter tr to Irene I Hol- loway, D; gr 4674, Kaalawai, Hono- lulu Oahu. $1794.01. B 272, p 431. Dat- ed Oct IS, 1905. J-evi ivaiako to Olaa Sug Co Ltd, C ! M; cane on 5 acr of por lot 25, Olaa Homesteads, Puna. Hawaii. $1 and advs. B 276, p 181. Dated Sept 27, D Kapali to G P Kamauoha, Rel; 1 PT 1187 T."o 1 t Pi -r, 'lo0 - b ico, P 453. Dated Oct ie. 1905. . Est of Hobert Grieve tr by admr to a n campbeii tr. a m: mtg h Boyd u nso on &r 159i- Honaio, n Kona. 1J n nan I : 4 nnn v. xuuu. is 163, p is. Dated Oct 14, 1SUD. Jno A Palmer and wf to Bishop & u, ai; lots 1. 2. 6 and 8 blk 48, Ka imuki tract, Honolulu, Oahu. $500 B 271. p 336. Dated Oct 14, 1905. Jr io j a. tsurgo, D lot 11 blk 2- Kapiolani tract, Honolulu, Oa- I1- n55- B 272- 432- atea o'ct is. a. jewis J r to J A Burgo, D: lot 11 1905. Hawn Agrctl Co to L Chong, Rel- tl r0pS on ,ands in Hawaii. ?6000. B 267, p 111. Dated Oct 14, 1905. Hawn -Agrctl Co to L Chong atty of, Can Agrmt: in re cultivation of sug cane, etc. on 300 acr land, Pahala, Kau. Hawaii. R 555. n 511 n,tj i-v 1903- Simeona Paaluhi and wf to Onomea Su co. m; gr 1041. Honomu. Hiio h. waH. $350. B 271, p 338. Dated Oct 12, 1905. Simeona Paaluhi to Honomu Sug Co. L; grs 2731 and 1041, Kuhua, etc, Hilo. Havaii. 10 yrs at $122.80 per yr. B 273. p 300. Dated Oct 9, 1905. A Lewis Jr to Joanna Cravalho. D: lot 7 blk B. Kapiolani tract, Honolulu, Oahu. $57.20. B 272, p 433. Dated Oct 2. 1905. I Tommy "How do girls spend their timer Jimmy "Trying to make little boys stop asking questions and bi boys begin." Ex. j 1 - I JL. SWER OF HUMPHREYS Denies, but Fails to Swear to His Statement. He A. S. Humphreys tells his side of the story in an answer filed yesterday to the complaint of John W. E. Laker, second engineer of the cable ship Ee- storer, claiming $10,000 damages of mm, on account of false prosecution and personal abuse. The answer of Humphreys is not ver ified by oath, as was the complaint of Laker. Defendant says he was employed about September 18 &y plaintiff, at the instance of J. J. Dunne, attorney, m a certain matter, JMr. Dunne stating that defendant s charge would be $150, which sum plaintiff subsequently stated to defendant he was agreeable to pay. He accepted the employment. "The matter with respect to which defendant was employed involved an exhaustive and careful consideration of the treaty between the United States and Great Britain, the statutes of the United States and the decisions of the Federal courts." At the appointed time plaintiff came to defendant's office to receive his opinion, and as it was adverse to the "wishes, hopes and prospects of plain tiff, defendant voluntarily reduced his charge to $25." Plaintiff left the of fice abruptly, saying, "Send the bill over to the ship at the end of the month." Defendant at once wrote a letter to plaintiff "upbraiding him for hi3 conduct and demanding the imme diate settlement of his account, to which letter the plaintiff made no re ply." Several days later defendant chanced to meet plaintiff at te Haleiwa hotel, Waialua, and brought a suit against him before the District Magistrate of Waialua for $100, "which defendant then believed and now avers was a proper and reasonable charge for his services in the premises." The con clusion of the answer, relating to the graver portion of Laker's complaint, is as follows: "The suit was filed at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, but was not served until about 9 o'clock ia the evening, for the reason that no official having authority to serve legal process was in the dis trict of Waialua, all of them being in Honolulu as witnesses in a case pend ing in the Circuit Court, and none of said officials returned to Waialua, un til a very late hour in the afternoon. The summons was not placed in the hands of the deputy sheriff until about 8 o'clock in the evening. When the suit was filed defendant did not know that the Engineers' Association of Ha waii intended to have a dinner at the Haleiwa hotel that evening, nor did de fendant know that plaintiff was in any way connected with that association, nor indeed that there was any such as sociation, nor did defendant know that plaintiff had any lady or ladies at the hotel as his guests, or under his care, charge or protection. Defendant did not instigate or direct the officer hav ing the summons to serve plaintiff while he was dining; on the contrary, defendant expressly instructed the of ficer not to do so. "Ana defendant avers that the offi cer did not call plaintiff from the din ing table to serve him, but served him after he had left the table tor a tern porary and necessary purpose. Defend ant denies that in instituting said suit or in doing anvthing in connection therewith, he was moved by malice to wards plaintiff. On the other hand he charges that the suit was a reasonable and proper means of collecting a just debt, before a eourt having jurisdiction and which plaintiff had retused to pay but which he has since paid. "And the defendant denies each and every allegation in the complaint not hereinbefore denied, and demands trial by jury." . DON'T EXPERIMENT. YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE IF YOU FOLLOW THIS HONOLULU CITIZEN'S ADVICE. Never neglect your health. If you have pain in the back, urinary disorders, dizziness and nervousne-s. It's time to act and no time to expert ment These are all symptoms of kid ney trouble and you should use a rem edy which is known to cure those trou bles safely and surely. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills is that remedy, and if you wish to be cured of kidney disease without experiment ing. do not fall to use it. Others have been cured and cured permanently, Why not follow the advice of a Hono lulu citizen and be cured yourself? J. D. Conn, of this city. Is a carpen ter by trade, and is employed at the Oahu railroad. "I was troubled." says Mr. Conn, "with an aching back. The attacks occurred penouicaliy ror years. and especially if I happened to catch cold. There was also other symptoms which plainly showed that my kidneys were out of order. A short time ago, I heard about Doan's Backache Kidney Pills and the wonderful things they were doing. 'Proceeding, then, to Hollister & Co.'s drug store, I obtained some of these. Since taking these pills there is a great improvement in me. I always keep some of the pills on hand now so as to be provided for any emergency. I feel sure if anyone troubled a.? I was should give Doan's Backache Kidney Pills a fair trial they will not fail to be benefited by them." Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are sold by all druggists and storekeepers at 50 cents per box (six boxes $2.50) or will be mailed on receipt of price by the Hollister Drug Co., Honolulu, wholesale agents for the Hawaiian Islands. Remember the name, Doan's, and take no substitute. 1 There are Four Ways to Invest Money CAN I INTEREST YOU? JAS. F. MORGAN. AUCTIONEER. THIS DAT Auction Sale Saturday, October 21, 1905 AT 10 O'CLOCK A, M. At my salesroom. 35 Gs Belle Flcur Apples APPLES ! APPLES ! I GOOD ORDER AND CONDITION TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. Auction Sale Saturday, October 28, 1805, MONTHLY SALE OF Horses, Buggies, Wagons, Harness. Send in what you have to list for this sale. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. OF THOSE VALUABLE PREMISES Known As The Orpheum Block Wednesday, Nov. 8, 1905, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. M. T. SIMONTON, Commissioner. JAS. F. MORGAN. AUCTIONEER ALE At Auction Shortly at my salesroom, 857 Kaaisu- manu street, Honolulu, LAND OF KAPONO. LOCATION The land of Kapono Is situated at Punaluu, Koolauloa, Oahu, between the lands of Puhe emiki and Haleaha. PATENT AND AREA Royal Patent (Grant) 879 to L. S. Ua, and con tains 39 Acres, 3 Hud., 9 Ro. Ex cepting kuleanas. LEASE Twenty acres, rice land, now under lease for 13 years from 1897, at $300 per annum and taxes $24, total $324. BUILDING It has a large building and outhousesT-sleeping quarters and storehouse for paddy. Cement threshing floor. WATER RIGHT It has a water right from the Walono stream through auwai, for irrigation. SPRING It has a water spring of its own In center or land now unused but could be i iped to house lot for domestic use. HOUSE LOT There is a house lot of nearly three acres in area and fronts on the belt road of this is land. BELT ROAD The belt road cuts thro' the makal end of this land. SEA BATHING Facilities for sea bathing is excellent, being only a few feet from the makai end of land, and has a sandy bottom. FISHERY Fishery is free being Gov ernment land. STEAMER SERVICE Steamer John A. Cummins calls at Punaluu. JAS. F. MORGAN, ATTCTTON"FT"n. Heal Estate, Mortgages, Stocks and Bonds. COMwiSS ONERS (SALE FOR Castle & Cooke, Ltd. HONOLULU. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS. AGENTS FOR The Ewa Plantation Co. ' The Waialua Agricultural Co., Lt. ; The Kohala Sugar Co. The Waimea Sugar Mill Co. The Fulton Iron Works, St. Lovla. The Standard Oil Co. The George F. Blake Steam Pump. Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Mutual Life Insur ance Co., of Boston. The Aetna Insurance Co., of Hart ford, Conn. The Alliance Assurance Co., of Lon don. Cigars at Cost Must have room for new stock. BEST BRANDS, $3.50 TO $6.M PER 100. Order Now. Myr tle Cigar - Store, T. J. FITZPATRICK. Proprietor. FORT STREET. PRETTY GIRLS Many ladies whose faces are unattractive in repose, become positively charm ing when their smiles re veal clean, well-cared-for teeth. Bad teeth make a disagreeable a p p earance. Consultation free. 215 Hotel St. The Expert Dentists. F. L. FERGUSON, D.D S. HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMPANY. Machinery, Black Pipe, Galvanl4 Pipe, Boiler Tubes, Iron and Steel, Ba gineers' Supplies. Office Nuuanu street. Works Kakaako. Vi. W. flHfiHfl & GO Limited Merchant Tailors Yaity Boilflinjr, Fort Street. Phone Blue 2741 (Opposite Ad rertiser Office) American and Foreign Worsteads JAPANESE AND AMERICAN Dry and Fancy Goods Manufacturers of Straw Hata. HOTEL STREET. Cillman House Boquet Cigars BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS H'. J. NOLTE. K1V0NG YDEN K CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUOX! DEALERS. 36-38 North King St. Use Novelty Mills EXCELLENT FLOOR CALIFORNIA FEED CO., Age&ta HORSE SHOEING! W. W. Wright Co .Ltd. have opened a horse-shoeing depart ment in connection with their carrlac shop, etc. Having secured the service of a first-class shoer, they axe prepared to do all work intrusted to them In a flrst-class manner. Smoke GENERAL ARTHUR CIGARS GUNST-EAKIN CIGAR CO. Distributor. JNO. CASSIDY, Electrical orker. 159 KINO ST. TEL. MAIN 15 J. C B. Reynolds & Co, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Irl BUILDING MATERIALS: DOORS, SASH, SHINGLES. Builders Hardware at lowest ratM Alakea p-eet. mauha SaBere Horn. 1 1