THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1910.
OF SUGAR TRUST
Nodaeoiiu VaDDcsy Lots
Allegations More Sweeping Than
in Any Case Yet Presented to
the Supreme Court.
m UIMULUIIUB I ! : '
The fact that Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters has helped thou
sands of sickly people back to
health during the past 57 yeara
should convince you that it is
the medicine you need for Indi
gestion, Stomach Els, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
FOB SALE BY
Benson, Smitn & Co., Ltd.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd,
Hilo Drug Co.,
and at all Wholesale Linuor Dealers.
Reduced lines in all departments; see
our window displays. Sale begins Mon
day, October 10th.
The most desirable residence section
of Honolulu. No shacks and no bill
boards. We offer for
ONE OF THE BEST BUILT RESI
DENCES IN TIIE VALLEY. FIN
ISHED THROUGHOUT IN NATURAL
WOOD. ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND
GAS. HOT AND COLD WATER,
GROUNDS PLANTED TO
TROPICAL FRUIT AND
Property was built for the owner as
a residence. Is designed to get rid of
"housekeepers' troubles." An easy
borne to take eare of.
Ftrt St Opposite Catholic Church
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
W. D. McINTYEE, Superintendent.
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTIVE.
If you want to stop your hair from
falling and restore it to its youthful
appearance, you must use
PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER.
Sold by All Druggists.
And In Stock.
Mr. and Mrs.
17 BERETANIA AVE. NEAR EMMA.
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
BEST IN THE MARKET.
HENRY MAY & CO. Phone 1271
WE FRAME PICTURES
According to Their Requirements and
with Artistic Taste.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO
WASHINGTON". September 1 . Con-
I ti.-mation nt tin ret-oit that a petition
for the dissohit ion of the American
Sugar Refining Company has been Com
tek by government oflicials was re-
jceived here today. It was leariied that
i the .resent intention at the department
; of ' justice is to file the suit i" New
i Vork some time next week.
' The action will lie entirely indeppml
U'tid ot the criminal juoeeedi ngs, which
J have attracted wide attention and re
sulted in a number of convictions. Al-
though the plans of Mr. Wickers ham,
j a:toriK" --general, have been known
here fr some time, subordinate oilicials
of the department declined to discuss
the case until they learned of the con
ference between Wickersham and Dis
trict Attorney Wise in New York.
While the suit is said to be similar
tu proceedings brought against the
(Standard Oil Company and the Amer
ican Tobacco Company, both of which!
are pending in the supreme court, the
petition is declared to lie more sweep
ing than either of those, and repre
sent issues already passed upon In- the
For some time there has Wen in ofli
cial circles a tacit understanding that
no more actions for the dissolution of
big corporations would be begun until
-after disposition of the oil and tobacco
eases. The change of program is said
to have resulted from information gain
ed by the government during the in
vestigation of the customs frauds in
New Vork, which supplied the attorney
general's ollice with the material neces
sary for a prosecution of the American
Sugar Refining Company.
That a suit for dissolution against
the company has been planned has been
stated frequently. It is understood
that Mr. Wise has been preparing with
great pains and deliberation for a year
a complaint against the corporation on
the ground that it is a combination in
restraint of foreign and interstate
Mr. Wise has made frequeut trips to
Washington to confer with Mr. Wicker
sham about the complaint. They are
anxious to have it tiie strongest ever
made against a corporation and to make
it impregnable to legal attack.
The closing of the Pennsylvania Su
gar Company will be used, it is said, as
evidence of the commerce restraining
character of the American Sugar Ko fin
ing Company. It has always been con
tended that the Pennsylvania company
suspended because of the operations of
the socalled trust.
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THESE LOTS ARE SITUATED IX THE BEST RESIDENCE SECTION OF HONOLULU 4Vn
IiEFORE THE END OF TIIE YEAR, TIIE RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY EXPECTS TO HAVE
ITfe XLLAXU AVENUE LINE EXTEXDED TO THE ROAD LEADIXG TO THE COUNTRY
CLUB, AND ITS CARS PASSING TniS PROPERTY.
TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION
On Saturday, October 8, 1910
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON
At the Auction Room of Jas. F. Morgan, 857 Kaahumanu Street.
MRS. JACKSON GOURAUD
SERIOUSLY SICK IN PARIS
For further information apply to ESTATE OF B. P. BISHOP
JAS. P. MORGAN, Auctioneer
KKW YORK, September 24. News
of the serious illness in Paris of Mrs.
Jackson (bmiaiid, well known in social
and theatrical circles in New Vork, was
received in this city today. Mrs. o'iih
raud, whose husband died last February
ill New Vork, has been removed to the
American hospital at Neuilly, where
she will undergo an operation, the sec
ond within a few months. Since the
death of Mr. Courand his widow has
spent only a little time in New Vork.
Mrs. (Jouraud is the daughter of the
late K. H. Crocker of Sacramento, who
left her an estate valued at several
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered of Record October 4, J!10.
Sin Cum lien, by atty, to Sin Ping.1! S
I'iko and wf to Kelemenete Maka-
ohe (k) 1)
Trent Trust Co, Ltd, t r, to 11 Allan! I)
Charles Jl. Thurston to Not ice .. Not ice
William McCandless and wf to A
H Dondero, et al 1)
William .Mutch, Ltd. to Lau Lin,
et al L
William Mulch, et al, to Lau Lin,
et al L
Recorded September ;':!. !(.
Pia Pualehua (widow) to Mrs Kaniano
lia Keakaimi. 1); :Moii ;t hihl, Laiewai.
Koolauloa, Daliu; ?.iu. p, ;;o. j, .t.').
Hated Aug :, 1 . !n.
W C, Irwin and wf 1o Ida T Ca-lle.
I: ijit in Mm sq ft of kol r,o::i, Wai
kiki, Honolulu. Oa hu ; .-f T M n . I;.;'i:. ,
I !'. hated S.q.t 7, l'.Hii.-
Kulia II Lorue, and hsb ( M R) to
Henry Wat erlnmse Trust Co, Ltd. ti.
M : pc land I'liiimii, Honolulu. Oahu;
fo'"). P p ::!. Dated Sept
Mille Morris t.o Chi,w Ah Lau, I ;
" ot R p 17.",. kul 771:;. ap ::..
Morris Lane, Honolulu. Oahu; s.Vto. J ;
:! I". ;i I!'-, haled Sept L'l'. LMu.
Trent Trust Co. Ltd. to ' h i ! i . A Lan.
1,'el; lot ,,f R ' t!7."i. kul 77 1:;, ap Us.
Morris Lane. Honolulu, Oainj: 1. 1!
:'.l'i. p 1!'!". hated Sep; . Liln.
1-: .1 Aliiahatnsen and wf to Albert
Tiask, D; I :! int in gr ooil. Kali'ui. Ho
nolulu. Oahu; .fl, etc. Jj J.M". p 2oi.
Dated Oct 11'.
S K Kaleikini and wf lo A h Casfro.
gdn. M : !o I of R P pisu. knl h"7:'...
K.-ij.alama. Ilonoluln. Oahu; in' in R P
"li:;, kill ll.."i7. Koiea. Waih.-e. Maui;
ii",K i; ::::!(. :;i s. s. ,
Anna 1. King and its?. ,- :; W R t
il,-,;i-v V;(!,. .... is,, Trn-t :,. Ltd. tr. M ;
!! 11. Ink L. K;iin;ni Tim,-: I j , ,j , . ! i , ; i
'bit; -.'. L :'.:.!'. ; :;. 1 ; : r r-.
TOM SHARP, The Painter
oini or an Kinas. i; i
o-enic norK, uecorating,
Graining, Paper Hanging, Efc
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER-1 hearing said petition and accounts, and
I Holt 'ill T..O-W.T.S- ;,lt.,u(.l.l ...,- V,, I
und there atmear and show cause, it
RITORY OF HAWAII
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
Iu the Matter of the Estate of Lahapa
On reading and filing the petition
and accounts of Bishop Trust Company,
Limited, an Hawaiian corporation, hav
ing its principal oflice in the City and
Count v of Honolulu. Territory of Ha
waii. A d m i n 1st r;i tor of Vct.itn .,' I
Lahapa Mauliawa, late of Honolulu,
deceased, wherein it asks to be allowed
f:i;!l.7!l and charges itself with .t:i9.7.1,
and asks that the same may be ex
amined and approved, and that a linal
order may be made of distribution of
the property remaining in its hands to
the persons thereto entitled and dis
charging it and its sureties from till '
further responsibility as such ndminis-
It is ordered that Wednesday, the,
2nd day of November. !1M, at 10:i0 a.!
in. before the dud-re of said Court, at
the Court Room of the said Court at
Honolulu aforesaid, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and
place for hearing said petition and ac
counts, und that ail persons interested
lis appointed as the time and place for ELECTION OF OFFICERS. OAHU RAILWAY TIME Tl
' hearing said petition and accounts, and oniunn i i iiwc I
Japanese Benevolence Society.
any they have, why the said petition ' At the general meeting held on Sep-
snotiM not be granted, and may pre-! rem tier dn, UMO, the tollowing officers
sent evidence as to who
to the said property.
Dated at '.Honolulu, this 27th day of
By the Court:
(Seal) M. T. SIMONTOX, Clerk.
Holmes. Stanjey & Olson, Attorneys
sjsn-Sept. 2s, Oct. .5, 2, 19
arc entitled were elected for the ensuing year:
1 Rev. (J. Motokawa President
Mikami . . .
U. 8. ENGINEER OFFICE. Honolulu,
T. II. , Oct.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TTTTi
RITORY OF HAW ATT dredging in Honolulu Harbor, T. H.,
RITORY OF HAWAII. j win W received here until 11 o'clock
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE. j :l- Nov H'lO, and then publicly
Tn the ATiitv nf r0f,f r t ' opened. Information on application. E.
in the Matter of the Estate of Jane . KVKLKTII WINSLow m!,;,-., tt
may then and there appear and
cause, if any they have, why the said
petition should not be granted, and ruav
present evidence as to who are entitled
to the s:,i.j property.
hated at Honolulu this 071), ,;.lv 0f
By the Court:
(Seal) M. T. SIMONTON. Clerk.
Holmes, Stanley - Olson, Attorneys
'-7si Sept. L's. Oct. .". ii l;
Carrie Kaaukai, Deceased.
On reading and filing the petition
of Henry Williams, of the City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, alleging that -lane Carrie Kaau
kai died intestate at said Honolulu on
the 2 1th day of August, LHu, leaving
property in the Territory of Hawaii
! necessary to be administered upon ,and
praying that Letters ot Administration
issue to him;
It is Ord
day of Oct
a. in. be a
Room of !
"). (). 31. Nov. 1
, at lii:')i o'c
is at. pointed
hereby js appointed for
petition in the Court
urt in said Honolulu
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS -IN PROBATE.
In the Matter cf the Estate of Margery
at which time and place all persons
concerned may appear and show cause,
if any they have, why said petition
should not be granted.
hated, at Honolulu, this 20th day of
By the Court:
V. M. HARRISON,
Holmes. Stanley & ONon, attorneys
s77lS0pt. 21. 2s. October 5. 12
E X I C A N
Hawaii & South
Seas Curio Co.,
For Waianae, Waialua, Kahukt if
Way Statioms 9:15 a. m., ,3:20'
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and ft'
Stations 17:30 a. m., "9:15 a, fc
11:30 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 k'a,!
5:15 p. m.,J9:30 p. m, tll:15p. .
i or Wahiawa and Leilehua 10:Ct
m., "o.-lS p. m., J9:30 p. m., tll:lf.?
Arrive Honolulu frum Kahukn, TJ
lua and Waianae 8:36 a. nu 'KZl
p. m. t
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Ttfilraj!
Pearl City f7:45 a.
m., 8:36 a. i
1 "1 tea
or wit ii
u a i i .
nng :nd tilmj
of TIioukis A
a nd ( 'oiint p .
Hawaii. A in-i
the Will A nr
' Me pe ition and
f Hoiioliiiu. Ter
larv Adtninist ra-
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j All persoiw nre
I shoot or 1 respa-s
I p'niiij! to the
p-any, Ltd., at ?
t Iloae ie.
: ', a w .
hereby warned not to
on any of the lands
Hawaiian Fibre Corn
eal or at Robinson.
BEST CLEANER AND DYER
Fort St. opp. Convent.
Founder of original Eagle Dyeing
and Cleaning Works.
Distilled Water Ice
For lee, Distilled Water and
Cold Storage, consult the
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.
I -t5ox co Phone 1128.
r-' : to
on 3 n v 1
or tres- I
lands will b
extent of the i '
ALL KINDS OF SHIRTS AND
PAJAMAS MADE TO ORDER
1250 Fort St., just above Orpheutn
ii:ug a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:2fl f a,E
0:31 p. m., -7:30 p. m. I
miivc iiuuoiuiu irom vv ama wi wm
Leilehua 9; 15 a. m., tl:40 p. vl, M
The Haleiwa Limited, a im-m
train ( nnlv fircf..lnco v; -'....It
j -j oBcia uuuvm I
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at W
a. m.; returning, arrives in Hoiohkl
at inin n m Tl,n T T 3 x a
at Pearl City and Waiiinae outwit
and Waianae, Waipahu and PearlOtJ
Daily. tExcept Sundav. SnudsTfJih
G. P. DEN1SOX, p. C. SMITH,
HAWAII AN T-
Niicanu. be:0w Hotel.
tb! r-. V
Pin-: co., LTh.
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HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
K00LAU RAILWAY TIME TABLE
DAILY, EXCEPT SATURDAY. "
SUNDAY AND HOUDAW
Leave Kahana for Punaluu.
Hauula, Laie, Kahuku and
Way Stations at I2:00lt
Arrive Kahuku at l-.OOPJl
Leave Kahuku for Laie, Hau
ula, Punaluu, Kahana and
Way Stations at 1:45 PJt
Arrive Kahana at 2:45 Pit
Arrive Kahuku at ll;58AJt
Leave Kahana for Punaluu, .'
Hauula. Laie, Kahuku and
"VTay Stations at 11:00 A.H
Leave Kahuku for Laie, Baa- ",
ula. Punaluu. Kahana and
Wav Stations at 12:35P
Connections are made at Kalnt
with the O. R. & L. Co.'s 9:15 a.
train from ITonolnlu. and the 2:20 f
m. train, which arrives in the city
5:30 p. m.
JANUARY. J- 19
J. J. DOWLTNO, F. S. POLLTSTCT.
Superintendent. G. P. kT.L
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TOLDING CHAIRS AND TABLE ,
J. H0PP & COMPANY, LTD.
That Look Eight and Wear Eic-rt
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