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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 23, 1905.
For the Rainy Season.
Let us put an over-coat a coat of
upon your house before the rainy sea
son sets In.
Paint la cheaper than new lumber.
S.S. Signs that's all S.S. Signs.
We Have For Sale
IN LARGE OR SMALL LOTS
Merchantable Nor'west Lum
ber, including a small lot of 6xio
.'. 18 oz. Munze Metal Sheathing.
z x4 inch Munze Metal Nails
V No. 24 Gauge Corrugated Iron
Very low prices quoted on mpn
MEM-BAMS ENGISEER1NG I
CONSTRUCTION CO.. LIU.
co? tangenwald Building.
are absolutely the best candies made,
The taste and the flavor will tell you
why they are the best.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
"HOW SAVINGS GROW."
: Our little booklet with the above
title free for the asking.
FIRST AMERICAN SAVING AND
, TBUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD.
F. D. WICKE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Store Fittings a Specialty.
Repairing, Cabinet "Work and Polishing.
1082 Alakea St., rear of Y. M. C. A.
Phone M. 447. residence Phone W. 1611.
THE S. S. NBVADAN brought the
" Globe Clothing Company,
a new choice line of
See them on Hotel street.
Dealer in I
. JAPANESE AND AMERICAN
.Jlry and Fancy Goods,
Straw Hat Manufacturer,
Robinson Block, Nos. 28-32 Hotel St.
A full assortment of the best
makes at the very lowest prices.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
mm CMlCHisi .
f .(m. uk Drnt.r
In RED Mil Cold metallic "t
with MM rlbBOB. 1 e ho oinrr
IarM Ht.cUtlon and tail
Ra. .r uir Drucxiat. r md - l
nmmpa To- Pmrttrnixr. Tctlnonl-u
ud "Relief for I. !!-."" '"r-b.T
tara Hall, l O.ou ioimodiui. -
I DrauIKi 'llcbMtfrr.ilirtl
Has now 3,200. has buried 137 of Its
members during the two and one-half
years since its organization. The mem
bership fee will be raised to 55.50 on
May 1, 1905. J. H. TOWNSEND,
Corporal on the Logan
Tries a Gun v
One of the incidents aboard the- trans
port Logan while en route from Naga
saki to Honolulu was an alleged at
tempt at murder by a corporal of the
late Legation Guard at Peking. The
intended victim was a sergeant in the
same company, and only prompt action
by an outsider, saved the man's life
The corporal is now confined in thS
ship's brig under close guards and .he
may stand a court-martial on arrival
at the Presidio.
During the progress of a poker game
one night down in the living quarters
of the troops, when the vessel was half
way between Japan and the Islands,
the corporal flared up over some re
marks that were passed and which had
to do with a particularly good hand
which somebody else' at the table held.
Before the bystanders and other play
ers had time to grasp the corporal's
intention, the latter drew a revolver
and, leveling it at the sergeant, pulled
the trigger. But at that instant his
hand was knocked up by a bystander
and the bullet flew wide of its mark.
The corporal was immediately placed
Other versions are to the effect that
the corporal merely pulled the revolver
out as a matter of bluff and that the
gun accidentally went off, not even
having been pointed at-. the. sergeant.
HKEE SOGiB CO,
LOSES TAX CASE
W. S. Fleming, Deputy Attorney-
Qeneral, stenographer A. A Deas of the
same department, and C. T. Wilder,
Deputy Tax Assessor for Oahu, re
turned from Kauai yesterday in the
steamer W. G. Hall. Mr. Fleming rep
resented the territory in the proceed
ings against the Makee Sugar Com
pany, which appealed from the tax as
sessor's rulings on its income tax re
The sugar company appealed from
the assessor by declaring that their
net income had been such as the as
sessor claimed, but alleged their right
ine Cow aa ntti
The season's first cold
may be slight may yield
to early treatment, but the
next cold will haner on
longer ; it will be more
troublesome, too. Un
necessary to take chances
on that second one. Scott's
Emulsion is a preventive
as wen as a cure, lake
uuii u j;fiuJLUiu;i
when colds abound and
you'll liave no cold. Take it
when the cold is contracted
and it checks inflamma
tion, jheals the membranes
of the throat and lunsrs
and drives the cold out.
Send for free sa.rn.ple.
SCOTT & B0WNE, Chemists
460-415 Pearl Street, Sew York
50c. and $1-00 - - All druggists
It fs Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO
SPEND YOUR VACATION.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
All Sorts of Amusement,
AH Kinds of Recreation,
All the Comforts of Home.
Tickets and information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or.Rico and Cuba.
ring up Haleiwa Hotel, Kins 3. I
On Sundays the Haleiwa Umltea, a
two-hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returning, arrives in Honolulu at 10:10
Rice & Perkins
STUDIO: HOTEL STREET,
to take out $120,000 expenses to be in
curred during the next six months.
The tax board decided that, under
the income tax law, future expenses
or profits could not be considered. It
referred only to the record of the trans
actions of the past year.
The result was that the territory won
the case, and the Territory is saved
$2,000, the amount in dispute.
Mr. Wilder went to Kauai as an
expert, and he examined the books and
ANHEUSER - BUSCH'S MANAGER
CURED OF A HEAVY COLD.
Mr. Albert E. Stiasney, manager An
heuser - Busch Brewing Association,
Cape Town, Africa says: "During my
trip in the Transvaal I contracted a
severe cold, and am pleased to state
that in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I
found prompt relief and after continu
ing it for a few days was entirely rid
of the distressing indisposition." For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Agents for Hawaii.
PETER P. DAVIS IS
LAID TO HIS REST
The funeral of the late Peter Peabody
Davis took place from the parlors of
the Honolulu Undertaking Co. yester
day afternoon, the interment occurring
The funeral ceremony at the parlors
commenced shortly after 2 o'clock, a
large gathering of the friends and rela
tives of deceased being present, includ
ing many prominent Hawaiians.
Rev. W. K. Poai, pastor of the parishes
of Kalihiwaena and Moanalua, officiat
ed and read the native Protestant ser
vice. He delivered a eulogy of the de
ceased, which was impressive and beau
tiful. Tribute was paid to his many
sterling traits, the preacher dwelling
particularly upon the good work he had
done in the parishes of Kalihiwaena and
Moanalua and how his hand was ever
in his pocket for a good cause.
A choir of girls sang the following
three hymns at the parlors: "Savior,
Like a Tender Shepherd Lead Us,"
"There Is No Love Like the Love of
Jesus," and "The Lord is My Shepherd."'
At Moanalua a short service was
held, the little graveyard being filled
with the Hawaiian residents of Moana
lua and others, who met the cortege at
Fortunately the rain that threatened
held off until the ceremony was over
and he grave had been decorate'd with
a wealth of floral tributes, when it
TAFT PARTY LADIES
LOST SOME JEWELS
While the troopship Logan was con
veying the members of the Taft party
about the Philippines, it was reported
that some ladies 'of the party were
relieved of their jewels, valued at ap
proximately from $5000 to $7000. The
gems were missed one evening during
dinner time, and have not yet been
recovered. It is said a clue to the Iden
tity of the robbers was gained by the
sleuths of Manila.
AGAINST A SHIP
Commissioner Maling began on Sat
urday and will resume at 4 o'clock this
afternoon the taking of evidence on the
claim of John Mahoney against the J
British ship Brenda, Capt. Learmont,
for $50 wages, $200 damages for alleged
assault, with complainant's passage to
Boston added. Geo. A. Davis repre
sents the sailor and J. J. Dunne the
In cross-examining Mahoney on Sat
urday, Mr. Dunne educed from him the
admission that he had been put to no
hard working during the voyage from
Australia, his rheumatism being re-
spected' and that until his alleged
tnrottung by the master in Honolulu
I harbor he had sustained no Ill-treat-;
ment whatever on board ship.
He further admitted that on obtain
ing his requsted discharge here he stat
ed to the second mate that he had been
treated with kindness throughout the
Fred. Harrison has a contract to lay
a cement sidewalk on the postoflice
I. Myers contributes a strong plea for
the employment of Portuguese on the
plantations. " .
News was received of th death of
Herman Braunschweiger, merchant, in
Many interesting matters, both pub
iic and private, from the files of courts I
on Saturday are reported.
The buffet keeper of the steamship
Miowera then in port fell and broke his
left wrist Saturday night. I
C. Hedemann, manager Honolulu Iron
Works, writes interestingly to a friend
of sugar raising conditions in Porto
Tom James, the well-known caterer,
,as almost recovered the use of his
hand injured at the Volcano House
some months ago
It is reported that Japanese bottle
licensees in the country districts are
selling original packages containing I
each but a single "fid."
The Bystander," "Little Talks." j
Frederic J. Haskin's Oriental letter, I
l:rnmercial, Society and Sports are
fully maintained features of the Sun- !
fjpn W Macfarlane was the pur- '
chaser at auction of the Hawaiian Ho- 1
AT SEAMEN'S INSTITUTE
A good program waa given at the
Seamen's Institute on King and Bethe
streets by Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Hum
phris. Mrs. C. B. Coopi-r si.i? "Sing
Me to Sleep," which was folio wed by a
laughable sketch. "Love in r. Railway
Carriage." by Dr. and Mrs. Humphris.
This received loud applause. A piano
solo by Mr. Cassidy was well received.
mi. . xi. .rosier sang two comic
songs, -wnich fairly brought down the
Dr. and Mrs. Humphris gave another
selection and the evening came to a
close with an informal reeepron to Mi,
and Mrs. Lovsted, who are on the staff
of the institute, and were given a
hearty welcome by those present, viz.:
Mrs. C. B. Cooper, Mrs. A. G. Hawes.
Mrs. R. Layard. Mrs. F. H. Humphris.
Dr. Humphris, Dr. Cooper, Mr. R. Al
lan, Capt. Leamont, Capt. Peterson,
Mr. Wm. Foster and Mr. Evert on, in
charge of the institute.
TRIAL WAS FARCE
In its court report from Lahaina,
October 18, the Maui News mentions
that A. S. Humphreys was retained by
friends of Ung Chen, the dead victim
of an assault, "to speak at the time of
sentence of Ko Yee. When" the Court
took up the matter of sentence of Ko
Kee yesterday afternoon, and called
upon counsel for remarks, Coke spoke
on behalf of the defendant.and then Case
spoke for the prosecution. When he got
through, the Court asked Mr. Hum
phreys if he had anything to say. He
answered: 'I consider the whole pro
ceedings a frce, and will have nothing
more to do with it.' These remarks
were brought about by reason that Un
Chen, the victim, died within a few
days after his assault, and the defend
ant should have been indicted for mur
der, but the prosecution did not do so
but charged him only with asault with
intent to commit murder. The sentence
of the Court was five years at hard
labor, and $100 fine."
BODDAM IS ABANDONED.
LONDON, Oct. 3. Lloyds have re
ceived a telegram from the Captain of
the British steamer Roddam, which es
caped badly damaged from St. Pierre
Island of Martinique, at the time St.
Pierre was destroyed by the outbreak
of Mount Pelee, in May, 1902, an
nouncing that the vessel is ashore and
abandoned in the Yenesei river, East
The Roddam was at anchor off St
Pierre with eighteen or twenty other
vessels when the outbreak of Mount
Pelee occurred. She was almost over
whelmed by burning lava, and seven
teen of her crew were killed.
PROWLER IN WAIALAE. -
On Saturday night the house of J
M. Vivas, on the Palolo side of the
Waialae road, was entered by a sneak
thief, who got away with a gold ring
and a lot Of clothing. The same night
an intruder opened the front door of a
house on the Kaimuki side, but on
hearing members of the household ask-
insr who was there retreated. An elec
tric light was burning above the door
outside at the time, it being a little
while before the last car from town
HONOLULU PORTUGUESE BOY
(Continued from Page 1.)
away from the Chinese craft and re
turned to the Logan. Whether racial
rireindioe. superstition, fanaticism in
pinning their faith on a forlon hope of
saving their wretched little boat, or
downright idiocy, actuated the refusal
of the Chinese fishermen to be aided,
will never be known.
Santos is described by his shipmates
as being painfully modest, bearing his
laurels for courage and usefulnss and
coolness with retiring indifference. This
is according to the statements made
by some of his shipmates and James
Lynch, formerly of the Manila-American.
The thief who robbed Admiral
Bowles house and afterward restored
the booty out of admiration of the ad-
miral, reminds The Boston Transcript
of the bandit who held up Bishop
Whipple. "Sir," said the Bishop, "I am
the Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal
Diocese of Minnesota!" "The devil you
are!" replied the robber. "Why, that's
my Church, too!"
tel Annex for $10,000 and its outfittincrs
for $1000, at the sale conducted by Will
E. Fisher on Saturday.
An Advertiser reporter Saturday
night located a gambling joint in full
blast in a cottage close to tlr Govern
ment stables, Kakaako, and gave a full
account of it in the paper.
Peter High and C. B. Reynolds tell
in interviews of hardicaps put on their
business as lumber dealers by the rais-
ine nf f'ht and the delay of ship-
ments by the American-Hawaiian
District Attorney Breckon3 instituted
a suit by the United Stales against the
pt - oTXlitfn Meat Co. and most of the
cattle - raisers of Hawaii, under tne An
ti-Trust Law, to restrain them from
carrying on an alleged combination to
make undue high prices for beef cattlo
and fresh beef.
Three thousand people attended the
first Cowbov Carnival at Kapiolnni park
Saturday. Prizes were won as roiKm s.
Watermelon race: Mainr G. C. Potter,
Roping and tying: Ikua Purdy of
Parker ranch, 3S 3-4 seconds; Keau of
Honouliuli ranch, second. Egg race:
George Angus. Straightaway roping
contest: Ikua Purdy. Riding wild steer:
Will iseilina ana cam ivunana,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
.The United Stales ot America, Plain.
un ana .Petitioner, vs Chun Afong,
Julia H. Afong, et als, Defendant
and Respondents. Action brought
In said District Court and the Pe
tition filed in the office of the
Clerk of said District Court In
The President or tne United States
of America, Greeting:
To CHUN AFONG; JULIA H.
AFONG: EMMEL1NE M. MAGOO.V:
A. MAGOOV. hnshfln.l nf aa iii
AFONO: naktt x, wctp
' - u if .a. Ate,
f i SJOCKER hU8'
T?TTdTA ToicJ MeSTOCKER;
S4tNvTKNEi ARTHUR H
tZ-Z, , "-,7 V ' nu"
x.x; il.OlAJl XX. w jLinirsu, nus-
h -ud of said HENRIETTA WHIT-
1 'J; MARIE K. HUMPHREYS:
ABRAM S. HUMPHREYS, husband of
said MARIE K, HUMPHREYS;
ELIZABETH BURNS; I. R. BURNS,
husband of -..cj ELIZABETH BURNS;
HiiLKN Ot. HENSHALL; CAROLINE
ti. RIGGS; J. M. RIGGS, husband of
said CAROLINE B. RIGGS; MARTHA
DOUGHERTY; ANDREW J.
DOUGHERTY, husband of said MAR
THA M. DOUGHERTY: ALICE HUT
CHINSON; MARY C. AFONG;
A t.BERT F. AFONG: ABRAM H.
AFONG; MELAINE B. BREW
STER; JAMES W. W. BREW
STER, husband of said MELAINE B.
BREWSTER; HENRY AFONG: LEE
HONG: CHUN LUN; CHUN SIN; S.
M. DAMON, Trustee; W. F. ALLEN,
Trustee: KEVIO PII (sometimes called
JAMES PII); KAMALIE, wife of said
KIMO PII: M. ECKARGT. M. KEKU
ANAOA. HACKFELD & COMPANY.
LIMITED, an Hawaiiar Corporation;
MIRIAM PURPLE, HENRY RED,
JANE GREEN, HORACE BLACK and
GSORGE WHITE, unknown heirs -aw
of KAHIKAELE. Deceased; PE
TER. BLUE. CATHERINE YELLOW,
HENRY BROWN, LYDIA SCARLET
and JOHN VIOLET, unknown heire
at law of KAMALIE. Deceased, De
endants and Respondents.
You are hereby directed to appear,
.nd answer the Petition in an action
entitled as above, brought atai'i?
you in the District Court of the United
States, in and for the Territory of Ha
waii, within twenty days from and af
ter service upon you of a certified copy
of the Plaintiff's Petition herein, to
gether with a certified copy of thl
And you are hereby notified $hat un
less you appear and answer as above
required, the said Plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demand
ed in the Petition herein.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE
SANFORD B. DOLE, Judge of
said District Court, thl3 1st
day of July in the year of our
Lord one .thousand nine hun
dred and five and of the in
dependence of the United
United States the one hundred
W. B. MALING,
A true copy of Summons.
Attest: W. B. MALING, Clerk.
By F. L. HATCH, Deputy Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the estate of KeaU-
hulihia (k), of Waianae, oahu, ae-
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
On reading and filing the petition of
Mrs. Meaai Kekuewa, of Waianae,
Oahu, niece of said intestate, alleging
that Keauhulihia (k), of Waianae,
Oahu, died intestate at said Waianae,
Oahu, on the 13th day of March, A. D.
1905, leaving property in the Hawaiian
Islands necessary to be administered
upon, and praying tnat letters or aa-
ministration issue to Henry Smith,
It is ordered that Monday, the 13th
day of November, A. D. 1905. at 10
o'clock a. m., be and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said petition in the
Court Room of this Court at Hono
lulu, Oahu, at which time and place
all persons concerned may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why said
petition should not be granted, and !
in the English language once a week
for three successive weeks in The Pa
cific Commercial Advertiser newspaper
T)ated at Honolulu, Oahu, October 7.
J. T. DE BOLT.
First Judge of the Circuit Court of the
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the First
7229 Oct. 9, 16, 23. 30.
J. A. HOPPER" CO., LTD.
James A. Hopper Co.. Ltd., have re
moved their office and salessroom to
No. 11 Halekauila street, near Fort
street, opposite H. Hackfeld & Co.
A full line of Steam and Water Pipe
and Fittings for sale. 7229
EWA PLANTATION" CO.
The Directors of this Corporation j
having declared a dividend of 1 per
cent., Dividend o. 100 is due ana pay- :
able on Tuesday, October 31, 190.". to of
Ftockhklers of record at the clofe of
the stock-transfer books, Monday, Oc
tober 23, 1905, at 12 m.
.Stock transfer books will be reopen
ed on Wednesday, November 1. 1905.
G. P. CASTLE,
Honolulu, October 21, 1905.
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Oahu, T. H.
Pursuant to a Decree of Foreclosure
- J- V. V, -v TTA., V- 1 - TIT -w
son. Third Judge of the Circuit Court
of the First Ju,icial clercuitt
of Hawaii, at Chambers, in EQuity. ci
the 31st day of August. A. D. 130.. :a
an action entitled. "George
complainant, vs. The Orrh,nrr, nr
pany. Limited, respondent. Petition to?
(Foreclosure of Mortgage," (Equity Di-
vision. No. .1439), the undersigned, a
Commissioner, duly appointed by saiil
Decree, will sell at Public Auction, t.
the highest and best bidder, subject t
confirmation of the Court, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 8TH DAY Of
NOVEMBER, A. D. 1905,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
at the front (mauka) entrance of th
Judiciary Building, in Honolulu, Is
land and County of Oahu, Territory ot
Hawaii, all that certain lot and par
cel of land situate on the north sid
of Fort street, above Beretania street,
in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, being a portion of the land
described in Land CommiPsion Award
Number 734, Royal Patent Number
1741. Apana 1, to Iona Piikoi. and.
bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the north.'
side of the new line of Fort Street.
Ill feet Northeasterly from the new
line of Beretania Street, thence the
boundary runs by true bearings, Mere
dian of M. D. Monsarrat, survey of
January 20, 18S8:
. 1. N. 33 deg. 15 min. W. 118.8 ft. a-.
long L. C. A. 1043, Kamakahonu;
2. N. 54 deg. 23 min. E 130.2 ft. a
long' remainder of Piikoi's land; thence
3. S. 74 deg. 22 min. E. 4.4 ft. alone
stone wall; thence
4. S. 32 deg. 18 min. E. 63 ft. alonjr
Lot Number 4, sold to A. S. C'.eghorn;
5. S. 61 deg. 00 min. W. 10.2 ft.;
6. S. 32 deg. 18 min. E. 1.8 ft. alonr
a lane to new line of Fort street;
7. S. 61 deg. 14 min. W. 120 ft. alons
new line of Fort street to point of
beginning; containing an area of 38-100
of an acre, more or less; and being the
same premises conveyed to the respond
ent by deed of Charles S. Desky, date!
January 1, 1900, and recorded in th
Register Office, Oahu, in Liber 208, page
Together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or In any
wise appertaining and the reversion
and reversions, remainder and remain
Terms of Sale: Cash in United States
Gold Coin; ten (10) per cent of the
purchase price to be paid upon the
fall of the hammer; balance upon the
execution and delivery of deed by t,he
For further particulars apply te
Messrs. Smith & Lewis, attorneys for
complainant, at their office, Judd
Bulldine- Honolulu, nr trv t h iin1(r-
BlgnKj at his office in the Judiciary
Building, in Honolulu aforesaid.
M. T. SIMONTON,
Dated Honolulu, October 9, A. D. 190S.
J. F. MORGAN,
7229 Oct. 9. 10, 16. 17. 23, 24, 80, 31;
Nov. 6. 7.
Walkiki Seaside Hotel,
11' tiia - - '
Notice Is hereby given that at fc
meeting of the stockholders of the
Waiklkl Seaside Hotel, Limited, held
this day, an assignment of all the com
pany a property was made to the un
dersigned for the benefit of the credi
tors of the company. All persons In debted
to said company are requested!
to make prompt settlement of such In
debtedness with the undersigned; and
all creditors of the company are re
quested to present their claims to the
undersigned, within thirty days from
the date hereof.
Notice is hereby further eiven. thai
the undersigned will not be responsl-
ble forany debts hereafter incurred
uwiau ui ine company without hi
Honolulu, September 15, 1905.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
To Whom It May Concern: Durlnjr
my absence from the Territory of Ha
waii, C. F. Alexander has my power
of attorney to sign for any matters
in relation to the J. A. M. Johnson
723S J. A. M. JOHNSON.
HONOMU SUGAR COMPANY.
The annual meeting of the share
holders of the Honomu Susrar Company
will be held at the office of C. Brewer
& Company, Limited, in Honolulu, on
Thursday the 2Cth inst., at 9 o'clock
a. m. E. F. BISHOP,
The auction and commission business
heretofore carried on by WJU E.
Fisher and L. C. Abies under the fiame
Fisher, Abies Co., Ltd., will here-
after be carried on by the undersigned.
Mr. L. C. Abies having retired from
the business on account of ill health.
WILL E. FISID?!
Honolulu. October 1. 1905. " 14
BEAD THE ADVERTISER
WORLD'S NEWS DAILY,