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uno by experts
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B-s --ei and Lia'-ned
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fi to Supretre Court.
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n,jany in the
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17th day of
jra; Conspanr Ma&agt-r A h
,.f the Oahn Sacar Company.
a' ; j-si-r5ay
5 ale Unified
nit ct- - v
Manse r- . -i
that the !ands of
tr,n- ' '. worth
hi- -".led to
- -a ' k " th-:r testi-
f; r Messrs Goodale
! testified. Manager
rf-A ti railed to the stand.
MT.-s tats morning.
of Supreme Court.
pr tn Court the follow-
r- a-(ued and submitted
T Ri kard v. Keahonni
Krror to Circuit Court.
- n't ntch and Wise for
plaintirr tung fr defendant: C. K.
C Ro'f. Tax Assessor. Appeal
from T.i Appeal Court. First Divis
on A'n ason Judd for plaintiff:
Robert-' n ft Wilder for defendant:
S C Allen v Tax Assessor. Tax Ap
peal. Holmes Stanley for plaintiff.
Robertson & Wilder for defendant:
Antone Manuel r. Tax Assessor. Tax
Appeal. Magoon & Dillon for plain
tiff. Robertson & Wilder for defend
ant. John Ii Estate. Ltd., v Tax As
sessor. Tax Appeal. Magoon & Dil-
age would ,on for Pn11- Robertson & Wilder
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i .fudge Estee
.1- Thi lands of
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worth four hun-
for defendant. A. Hot-king v. Tax s
sessor. Tax Appeal, Magoon & Dillon
for plaintiff. Robertson & Wilder for
TEAMS SELECTED FOR
TO PLAY SIX GAMES AT Y. M. C- A.
. was- inform-
' s X that th
i ! probablv be j
!" .m that time
n th.- way of
, Pond . ' in
'wo ant1 i 'i iif
' . b gin-i-
Business Wen, Maile llimas, Intermc
diatec and Evening Class Teams
Will Begin Series at the Gym
nasium on Saturday.
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By the energetic work of the phys
ical director of the Y. M. C. A- Fred
Young, the four teams which will play
a aeries of indoor baseball games at
the gymnasium have been gotten to
cither and will play as, follows:
January 11. Business Men v. Even-
1 . a im m iiik Class.
. hund f. . t j anuarj' IS. Maile llimas v. Interme
l '.. a- i .iat s.
was i' ' mii. i January 25, Business Men v. Inter
r tvoiil ' . r'f nit'tllates.
February 1. Maile llimas v Evening
Rrn,in,nn LinHs Sot Benffited. l ,ass-
r'ebniary 8. Evening Class v. Inter
mediates. February 15. Business Mn v Maile
Th members of the teams will be
aN follows: Business Men Catcher.
(5 Waterhonse: pitchers. F. Atherton,
Fr. .1 Beyer: first base. Ralph Ray
mond: second base. John Water
house; third base. C H. Cooke: short
Mop, E. B. Clarke: right field, H. Pen
haliow; center field. A. I. Brock: and
left field, M. A. Cheek.
Maile llimas: Catcher. IL McCor
uston; pitcher. Dan Faltey: first
base. John Clarke; second base- II.
j Sheldon: third base. T. Alameda:
tiops on the part short stop. Ben Clarke: right field. A.
l Jitnne and considerable argu- ( Blackmsn; center field. C. Jenkins.
it' witness was finally allowed and left field. Gomes.
'. -tir to facts to sustain his esti-( Intermediates: Catcher. S- Tovo:
i- of loss from condemnation. pitcher. Willie Kerr: first base. I.
Mr uow Has Large Interest McQuire; second base. A. M. Keoko;
v . ,k.t Low admitted that he had tMrt bBe- - ; short stop. Tom
i ... interest In the Honolulu Plan- E": rbjnt eld. C. Gilflilan: left
on crws examine- "- A- "": "n center new. T.
!., -UK the man- wAnennaa.
.mi ! Evening Class: Catcher." Eijtcn:
- ' .,i that he eo .Pitcher. M. Johnston, flrtt -base. Gor-
-. -vona! Interest man: second base. Pierscn: third
i :tvt- He said , haae. Crook: shon .top. Dson; right
.. -alary of . i W. Qirvln;-left fietd. Curtis, and
i' I'Mnct Attor-! fieM. Ht ilbron.
- witn-ss if he EDiTORfAL PAGE
. i-u-anon of the The President's Ton of Voice.
t- olMvcted to the
' W Judge Estee
n and Manager
' e had educated
the sugar business
' Judge Sllllman. In return.
; .ited him in the law.
h4 Seen Can Gnawing.
lHnrnor niimu ctrArf Ifr
f fA ver seen a crop of " J ta ? thmt ;
. a. w,Uie land in quertton. - - w "-
v. -'ak-v Low aswered that h; IMtl f jnstice feel cheap
.i i acre of cane growing there ioubt it was oat of respect for
.1 S tl l
a r '
i wmob nerara: smau wonder that
matters h ccuvara .m j ...
- ---. .. - h'vwuubi pa
tronage are disgusted with the presi
dential tone of voice. It reveals their
hypocritical methods In a way to
sake them ashamed of themselves.
- When a Jnstice of the United States
j supreme court whispers in the pres
idential ear and the president blurts
;-Vva had . ?i" I ih ' "" Tbe
-i rrrir tbea une to a rig h"ld
a side of his face.
- into the ng. aad
a- .-.j.t i- away when Mr
--.a-p-'-i) a--: re.. -If called to SSva
in c;vi' Siark and tack up the mail
Other Witnesses Testify.
L Ormstead. aa engineer, was
-ti : ag near the corner of Queen
'iri Emily streets. New Years morn
tag talking: with a Mr. Winne. Onn
stead testified to seeing a itive com
up to SHva after be had left his cart
and strike the carrier on the side of
the face. He did not see Siiva put up
1 any defease. Ormstead declared that
the only blow struck came from one
of the two native boys. He did not
hear any conversation pass between
the men as he stood some sixty feet
away from them at the time of th
J. P. Winne, as inspector of sewers,
was present. He stated that the men
bad some words presumably in Ha
waiian. and that they afterward
clinched, during wa'ch time several
blows were struck. Mr. Winne believ-
red that be was fully fifty feet away
from the combatants. While the men
were engaged in their scuffle Winne
stepped out into the street intend
ing to separate the fighters. He then
told the boys that they were obstruct
ing the United States mails, a very
serious offense. The two native boys
soon left the scene, while Silva clos
ed up the mail box and drove away.
Peters is Discharged.
Charles H. Vincent heard the diffi
culty while seated ba a Chinese res
taurant located at tlie corner of Queen
and Emily street. Vincent stated
that Peters first came up to the car
rier who was about to take the mail
from the box and took hold of the
horse's reins. Silva then requested
Pettrs to leave the horse alone. Ms
nase then came up and he too took
the horse by the bit and attempted
to move the animal and cart. Silva
called out to Manase saying "Leave
that horse alone." Manase did not
reply but left the horse's head and.
walking up to Silva. struck him a
blow across the face saying: "Take
that, will you?" I did not see Pe
ters strike a blow.
Attorney Dtmne offered a motion
that Henry Peters be discharged .stat
ing that the prosecution had no evi
dence against him.
Commissioner Robinson granted the
met ion and authorized Marshall Her.
dry to release his prisoner.
Manase Held an Bail.
Commissioner Robinson was th 'n
asked to fix the bai" for Manase. At
torney Dunne contended for $1000.
while Attorney Robertson asked that
it be reduced to $500. After some dis
cussion the lesser amount was agreed
upon. Manase was held in the cus
tody of the Marshall tending the s--curing
of the required amount.
Tae penalty for assault upon a Unit
:' States mail carrier calls for a fine
of not less than 100 and not nioi
than ll.OfO. or imprisonment not lev
than one month and not mt.ro tha'i
n the man en whom the faait
fails if a carriage breaks.
his busmcts to see that rwrry
thing dovetails ami t to m
T that the screws will hokf ami
that the strain will be equally
IK OUR SHOPS
we have four of these men, all
experts in their line and every
carriage we turn out we guarantee
King Street, Phone Main 2512
("THTI QTJSKJT OP TABTjS WJLfEBBS)
Served at state dinners at the White House.
Used by Royalty and the reigning Princes throughout
A beverage fit for "the .gods" and within the reach of
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WANTED ;trU tj . i Jry
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oseoti Hartmann k Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTION'S.
For Sale by IUCF1RURE X CO., Hi, Rguiili.
Will Sell from Dec 19th to Dec. 31st,
BEER at S1.S5 per doaen.
' at $11 per barrel of 6 dozen.
WINES, at 50c. to $2.00 per gallon,
at ?2.50 to ?S, in bottles, per
WHISKIES from ?2.50 per gallon aad
" in bottles of $7 per doxen
ALL WHISKIES BOUGHT FROM
THOMPSON BROS.'S DISTILLERY
IN KENTUCKY DIRECT.
Low Prices for the Holidays.
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL ST.
fort Employment Agency
(JAPANESE AND CHINESE.)
King Street, : : : Cor. Alakea St.
Cooks, Waiters, Servants. House
Boys, Garden Beys, Stable Boys, sup
plied at a moment's notice.
Contracters requiring men can ob
tain them through us.
Every morning begins the race
San Francisco to Chicago
A I A Tllli
WANTBD Two aiaK
sire rooms aad a
either is house or c
not be far from ba
city. Expect js rett ,
if satisfactory and 1 1
Address A. B Repn
WAXTKD An accurat. t; -bookkeeper,
oae who inn
derstands every detail- ! it-.
mate or female. Addrev - lmr.i
ly. Box 45. General i D
9 & 9 fe J&jUt JU 9 m m-
91 ICIISG rSTJRjXTST.
General Line Cutlery
uuuci.'J-B- pi 'K , ' im- n'.ytii n u 1 Jhumfj
I ROOMS FOR RENT H m 1"
I Private Hotel, off A. .ms Ur
near EHte BuUdiag. l ..on-' 'Ai -341.
H. If. Levy, maiufsr
i TO LET Delightful roott bath
:th either hot or cold wat---- j
j every improvetteat aad i oaver. -. -known
to the modem as
, Silent Barber Shop.
1 TO LET Newly furnished -,
parlors: also rooms. Beretanu ..
i our. Keaumoku.
FOR RENT Aa eight room cotta
on Young: street Apply J. A v
goon. Mrfgoon building.
FOR RENT Tw fa story aeu t
Kekauhke-Pa on Young street. cor: -.
ing 2 bedrooms upstairs, and ti
, rooms, 1 double room, parlor, dici 1
room, kitchen, bath room aad p.- -
! water cfaset down stairs. Kapt - -
j Estate. Ltd.
. COMFORTABLfc COTTAGES ON
I premises of the Sanitary Steam Lai.".
I dry Co.. Ltd. Marrnkto aad Sooib
street. The i-ottages contain 4 raooMk
kitchen and bath room. No extra
chance for hot and cold water aad
elf-tric lichtd. Kent reasonable. Ap
ply on the prrimsrs to J. Ughtfoot,
M LE ILUMAS WILL
PLAY BASKET BALL
Pr:posc- a League of All Athletic
Clubs of These islands Winners jjiy
of Events Will Hereafter Wear
i! atwdied ft before the com- this delicate feeling on the part of
vased the property . the Statesmaa lit Washington that the
Donne asked If there was not ' president took Senator Cutlom by
Janse In the contract of the Hono- the ana the other day aad led him
to Plantation Company with the ,nto . u,. ---.. ,,1,,-d m- ha-j
!!! d LMd over hfs month and whispered some
thing in the senatorial ear. It was
itbe Roosevelt Uia way of letting this
persisteat oaloecefcer know that the
preddent had heard of th Calloat
which freight rates were to he reduc
ed Ifty cents pet ton when Pearl Har
dor was opened. It was finally asrer
(Btd that this was the fact.
ir answer to a oneatlon of Jndge
aman. on re-otrect ttrnnUaatlan.
as to tb, eect en the nfcunttUtan
contnhxint that he talks tee load e
of'stricdy eawannwdal Whjsets.
A meeting of the Maile Ilima Ath
letic Club took place at the old quar
ters of the club 'on Kaahumsnu street
last lUght. William Hilburn was
elected a member and Chas. Elston
an honorary member.
The secretary was instructed to
write to the secretary of the Olympic
Club, of San Francisco, for the by
laws cf the American Amateur
League. It is the intention of the
club to invite all the different ata
letic clubs in these islands to meet
for the purpose of discussing the es
tablishing of a general league on
these islands for the protection or
It was farther decided that here
after the club will give to any mem
ber who plays in a winning champion
ship game, or series of games, or
breaks any American or Hawaiian
records, or wins first place in an a th
is tic meet, the rtght to wear the club's ,
monogram consisting of a sold M.
with I. A. C. crossing K. in green let
ters. This monogram is to be worn
on a white sweater.
The cfnb also becan making ar
rangrments for getting ap an omdoor
basket ball team. It is intended to in
vite the Honolulu Athletic Club. Po
nahou. the Y. M. C. A. and other clubs
to get ap basket ball teams on their
part, and the oiub hopes to be able to
invite enough interest in this matter
to start a series of tlitse games.
Arrangements were made to g.ve a
dance by the chtb on February 21 in
order to raise money St.pay some of
the elan's expenses. Frank Rowland. 1
Fred Wright awl Pail Jarreti were!
aaanlnted as a "general coauaftte of j
W ran 11
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-70 THE MOST Enter-
V prising Jew Boy.
who disuses of the
most papers of . . .
the Honolulu Republican
during the month of
The most luxurious train ser
ue, tlectric lighted throudh
ont Perfect m every detail
No limit to the good things
provided For your comfort.
ONLY 4 DAYS TO HEW YORK."
osees: 641 Market Street
3MS TCD BE GIVEN4'?
PN TO ALL I
Come and see the Watch, Boys!
It's a Daisy Stem Winder, Hunting
Case, Sterling Silver, Standard
JOHNNIE HICKEY won the GOLD WATCH
for selling1 the most papers up to Christmas Day.
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ENAMELED IN ALL COLORS.
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1136 Union Street.
OPP. PACIFIC CLUB.
PITTED BLOAT I K
AXCHO I ! -
ORPHEUM BLOCK. Phone Blue
'YHIT BUT TBE BEST?
IT COSTS NO MORE
, rg - I I Mil I
I-eave Market Street Ferry Depot:
9:00 a. m., 4.20 p. m., S p. m.. 7:20
9:00 a. ni. train is the California
Limited, carrying Palace Sleeping
Cars and Dinig Cars through to Chi
cago. Chair Cars run to Bakersfield
for accommodation of local first-class
passengers. No second-class tickets
are honored on this train. Correspond
ing train arrives 7:05 a. m., daily.
4:20 p. m. is Stockton, Merced and
Fresno local. Corresponding train ar
rives at 12:30 p. m.. daily.
S:00 p. ra. is the Overland Express,
with through Palace and Tourist
Sleepers and Free Reclinig Chair
Cars to Chicago; also Palace Sleeper
which cuts out at Fresno. Correspond
in!: train arrives at C:00 p. in., dally.
1 : SO a. m. is Bakersneld Local, stop
pins at all points in San Joaquin Val
ley. Corresponding train arrives at
S:40 a. m., daily.
PLAIN, PAINTED and"
Iiarafearjat & Go
DO HOT BE DECEIVED !
Drink no substitute for
& C. LOVEK.'N
STOCK and BOND
the pure juice cf the grape fruit.
Blue Flame OIL STOVES
.rOH wtta attrste
Kerosene mi Gassiite
OFFICES 441 Market SL, and in
Ferry Depot, Saa Francisco.
W. G. IRWIN i CO.,
Carbonated only by the
Soda Water Woiks Co., Ltd. f
Sole Agts, for the Territory of Hawaii !
...402 Judd Buife...
601 Fort SL. Honolulu. T. H.
TeL 71 Main. Island orders solicited.
. On "Draught or in Bottles
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co. i
'? ttastaeM mea wiM tsU 3m
v that aa ad The Repaoile- -
rv aa bruKTd s4 rwetta be-
caw the peecl r." it