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THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. JANUARY .) iooz
Miess of PresGOt Causes
Some Delay in the
SORE EXPERT SUGAR MEN TESTIFY
WEALTHY CHINESE IS SUED FOR
DIVORCE OM THE 'GROUNDS
riylor - Company Discharged from
Bankruptcy Suit Brought to
Break a Will Alleged to Have
Been Made in 1855 Junius Kaae
Claims the Property.
ffimi ike United Stale District
.ftananr ffctufcifMl vaftfdptiav utArolnc
"WW. wpvffco J wgf . - nnBun
J4g Be announced that Jnror L.;
F. lrerott would be unable to attend j
far week or two. ae be was seriously '
Jtt, and inquired of counsel what thoy
ptowad to do in tbe matter.
Jndge SHlitnan. for tbe defense, said j
. , j. , , .. !
g eleven jurors snoura neciue ie
mme. United State District Attorney j
J. 4. Dunne would not agree to this!
Bropsaltion. but mM he would agree Action to Quiet Title.
to more Jurors being summoned and a , SuIt has been Drougnt by Kahale
frrer drawn to nil the place of Pre- puna ,n the clrcth Court against L.
Kt Mr. Dunne said that after tho McCandle&s to quiet title to a cer
v Juror had been sworn in the evi- tajn pIece of and at the mrner ad.
ee in the case preceding his bo-i ,,-, fh. IU,rt f Honolulu which is
m!itg a juror could lie read to him.
cfier which the cae could proceed.
New Juror Secured.
Judge SilUman agreed to Mr.j eighth in fee simple he is adversely
Owtoe's suggestion and Judge Estee I claiming the whole of the property.
ttde an order accordingly. Colonol Thomas Fitch represents the
A special venire of Are men was plaintiff.
de returnable at 1 o'clock and Mar-' WanU H,s ,nterest valued.
a&l Hendry proceeded to round upl . , ,. , , ,.,,.
., , ' u i i . .. In the case of Kaolulo Kahula
o Jurors. 1 he marshal lost no time! agajnst JuIa , ee Mary Lee c,ara
it gtUnK the necewary men and , LeQ and Tugene Lee W1 for parti
iorUj- after 1 o'clock M. M. Kohn ti0IK defendants make answer by
is drawn, accepted and sworn in Mr. ' taoir guardian Eugtne-Lee and the
2'fescotl's place. Judge Eetee excused i saj,i Eugene Lee In his own behalf.
Mr. Prescott for the rest of the term. saying that the plaintiff is in posses-
lutmediately after the acceptance j sion and resides on the land in the
f the new juryman and before the bill described, but denying that the
W testimony was read to him, Man- s?Id minors reside with her, but on
Ronton, of Fa plantation, was' Hie contrary the minors are inmates
IHjrmUtad to testify, as he was desir-! of the Roman Catholic Convent. It is
neofhmving the city bv the 3 o'clock 'admitted that the defendant Eugene
Wftitt. Mr. Kenton estimated the value Le,e, Ss a ,tena"t v ,th comte of
r . tT , , ,..,., . ,, said premises, but whether such ten-
mi the Honolulu plantation s leasehold . , . . , .,,!
, , . . ... . antcv is to the 4iole or the half of
, ., ,.w. , 4 -- 8aid portions of land, defendants are
Q ' unable to say. Said minors have an
Manager Fred Meyer of Waianaej Interest in the land. The minors are
yfcataUou also testified, valuing thoi tho sole-surviving heirs at law of
company k interest in the lands desir- j Hose Kahula Lee. the daughter of
d to be condemned at $300,000. j plaintiff.
Ttie rert of the afternoon was taken . Defendant Eugene Lee Is the fath
p by the reading of the testimony j " of the minors. Defendants upon
to the case up to the time the new i I,r0f "r Plaintiff that she is entitlen
Jww wns sworn. This reading will I to an interest in the property, leave
probably continue during a part of to the COurt Uie a"stia aml advlsa
today's sHon. The court and tll(s Hy of a partkion-thereof. Defend-
Umr eleven Jurors will have to listen fnt f ec l!rayS l T
... ,. . terest valued and act apart If prac-
M all this testimony over again. tienble
At Ute end of the present month j
Judge Kstee Is to hold a term of court
In Ililo and he is, therefore, anxious
to et the Pearl Harbor matter out
nf the way.
The testimony of Captain White. U.
S. N. Tax Assessor Pratt and Mana
gwLow has been read to Juror Kohn. !
When court adjourned yesterday af-' J e;.loru, ' . ,
,. ., ,, , , . , i Knplolam v. Ltzzle K. Panahi. an-
afternoon the reading had reached , . " ,. , , aii.tul. .,,,
. ,. ,.., , .,. .peal from Circuit Judge. First Cir-
alKHK the middle of the testimony of cuU Klnney Baou & McC,anahan
rax Asssor Archer of Kwa. , for planrifrt Mag0on & Thompson for
Court adjwtcned shortly after 4 j defendant-appellant; Estate of A. A.
o'clock unUl 9 o'clock this morning. , Doiron v. Tax Assessor, appeal from
Discharged from Bankruptcy. i Tax Appeal Court, First Division.
Jttdxe Kstee vesterdav morning dis-, Rowtson & Wilder for defendant:
ehrH J. H. Taylor & Company from j Kaplelaal Estate Ltd.. v. Tax Asses-
nnkntntcv. allowing an attorney's Z'rtZ ?Z I f
, ,7 McCIanahnn for plaintiff. Robertson &
TV ui o i- r. J. UHitri. i
mun , '" i" -") k. J. Souzn. Exceptions from Circuit
entrfge within one year from the minsf court. First Circok. Vh-as for plain
of the petition for adjudication, un- tiff. De Holt for il?fendantappellnt:
er the Federal law exclusively gov-' Frank Hnlsfad v. Tax Assessor. Fiist
ertdas bankruptcy la Hawaii, ex-. Division. Submission of cause. Hatch
eot In certain case where the court & Sllllman for plaintiff, Robertson &
My extend the case for six months. ! Wilder for defendant.
Tlie basis of the settlement with! Return and Account.
re4ftore. therefore, may not be de- w George AshWv commissioner.
ttrted and fe not determineil In this J fllts niatIe a return aml account of snle
Wee, when the decree of discharge te n the equky case of W. F. Joehor
Chinese Divorce Case.
Suit for divorce has been brought,
by Lam Lau Shee from Lam Yip.
This Chine couple was marled twen
ty feats ago in China.
Defendant Lam Yin Is a wealthy1
having nO.0 in property lnlw
Jlnwail. IMateUff Lam Lau Shoe wants' " , , , ,,-- .
k defendant to nav sum Immedl-;! HS T
!T- .. VL .. "" j cuf, money for improvement of prrp
ner tor the use of her attorney and- y at Beretanta and Emma stPeots
he ateo aks that bar husband be ,....
. . . . j , Court Notes.
fired to pay cost and allmonv dur-, t
tap the cadency of the suit. AttorL DlSC0BlinUfnce has, l f,,od Iu
f " , A, the assumpsit case of R. Isaacs and
1 Ft'J BrkS Mpr0sflnts tte, Brother against the Paciflc Import
i""8' ! Company.
Lam La Shoe alleges that her; So Yong has patitioned the Circuit
husband aas been guilty of great cru- Court for a license to practice law In
eiiy, Beeldes bringing this suit tie' the District Courts of the Territory
plaintiff caused the arest Of hr hns
' band on a charge of asaalt asd bat
j tary. The defendant appeared is the
j sottce court yesterday aad tie case
. Lexa La Soee alleges that ker bos-
l bead has throttled and beaten aer at
Tartans' tines and asks aa absolute
divorce, the cutody of the two chit-
j dren sad a dfrfeioa of tie property,
bsidCE aa aUoraeys fee of U..
I Suit to Break Oid Will.
1 Proceedings were taken Is tbe First
Ctrcak Court yesterday morning to
5 eoattaae aa actios to revoke probate
of a wOI admitted to probate as long
ao as 1S55. by the substitution of T.
XcCaate Stewart as coaasel in the
place of C. W. Asbford, and tbe addi
tion of Colonel Thomas Fitch to t'ae
counsel engaged in tbe matter.
The suit seeks to break .tbe 'alleged
teat trill and testament of Kealila
bonai. who "died In 1S55. For many
years tbe estate has been in the
courts, having been in tbe Supreme
Court three times.
Jndge Humphreys yesterday morn
ing made an order substituting T.
McCants Stewart for C. W. Ashford as
counsel. Fitch was entered as coun
sel for petitioner as well as Stewart.
Junius Kaae is the petitioner and
asks that the substitution of counsel
. . - . -j 1
b0 acfunl Aore5 U'"b
iRcAnn trrtm the fnimtr-
The property Involved is now far
more valuable than it was when suit
i was begun years ago. The claim that
the will was fraudulent was made
twenty years ago. Junius Kaae claims
the propertv by virtue of deeds" from
the heirs at law, under the conten
tion that there was no will.
known as Kekino, plaintiff claiming
seven-eighths in fee simple and stat
ing that while defendant owns an
In the Supreme Court.
The tax appeal case of M. Moore
head. Robertson &. Wilder for defend
ant Tax Assessor, was discontinued
in the Supreme Court yesterday.
The following cases were argued
and submitted to the Supreme Cout
Wlldor for defendant; J. De Silva v.
against C. H. Patzig. Real estate was
sold to Jocher by 'Auctioneer J. F.
' Morgan for $200. The account of ex
"i Menses shows the net proceeds to bJ
Application tc Mortgage.
rs carter, trustee, petitions
i'" tu wmi reai prop-
and before the Circuit Judges at
Chambers on appeal.
Daa Case, former stenographer of
the First Circuit Court, has gone to
Kauai to act as stenographer in the
coming terra of Jndge Hardy's court.
SOCIETY CIRCLES ARE
SCANDAL IN ORIENTAL ELITE
Haslop Defending His Castle From'
Invasion and is Arrested for As
sault Manuel Claudina Sentene-
ed to Six Months for Vagrancy.
Fashionable Chinese society circles
have recently been shaken from &
ter to circumference over the com
plaint filed by Lao She, wife of Lam
Yip, one of the prominent business
men of Chinatown.
The woman appeared before ,Judge
Wilcox in police court yesterday as a
complaining witness to j. charge of
assault and battery preferred against
her husband. It is alleged that Lam
Yip has for some time past treated
his wife in a cruel and inhuman man-'
1 lid. A. HIC UUtiWC Ul "i -- t
ner. At the advice of ner inenas
' Lau She took her troubles into court
Owing to the inadvertable absence'
of important witnesses for the prose-,
cution, the case was postponed until i
Friday morning. In anticipation of
'he sensational testimony likely to ,
be preuueed, the court room was
thronged with Orientals of high and '
Ah Ngee, a confessed vagrant, was'
presented with three months free bed
and board at the Iwilei winter resort. I
Ching Ah Foon, a Chinese woman.,
charged with desertion, was allowed
her freedom, a reconciliation having j
been effected between herself and her '
The charge of rape against Ho Kit'
was withdrawn and he was released, i
It was a case in which the prosecu
tion failed to prosecute.
Five gamblers, including an admix
ture of races from Japanese to Porto
Ricans, were arraigned and a ma
jority pleadPil Kuilty. Three Portu
guese fought the case. They were
M. G. Reiman. an aged and some-'
what decrepit Italian, was advised to
keep out of the premises of residents
on lower Queen street if he would i
preserve a countenance free from
blemish or disfigurement Reiman
was prowling about the yard of
Charles Haslop on Monday evening,
when "the proprietor of the Haslop es
tate sallied out to ascertain the mis
sion of the visitor. Haslop claimed
that instead of replying, or giving
any information regarding his appear
ance on his premises. Reiman grap
pled with him. and a scuffle ensued in
which Haslop came out first best.
Reiman later swore out a warrant for
the arrest of Haslop charging him
with assault and battery. Judge Wil
cox dismissed the charges against
Haslop declaring that under the cir
rtimstances Haslop was justified in
d fending his person on his own
'Manuel Claudina. the Porto Rican,
caught on the premises of Mrs. Hough
en Richards street, was charged with
vagrancy, pleaded guilty, and was
sentenced to six months at the reef
Another charge of larceny in tin sec
ond degree will come up before the
police court on Friday.
A trio of drunks were assessed the
regular 2 fine.
A reprimand and discharge w r
followed by the relea'se of Geo. Kau
pena. charged with disobedienc? to
IT IS,TO LAUGH.
Washington Star: "Do ycu regard
the isthmian canal as a good thing?"
asked the interviewer.
"Itmay be." said Senator Sorghum,
thoughtfully, '-for somebody, if it is
Puck: She Why
go to concerts?
do you dislike to
He weii. to teli the truth, it's be-!0ffices- 641 Market Street
cause I'm always afraid I'll sav "How ; ,
beautiful!" after a number when if an" reiTy.
ought to say. "How wonderful!" SAN FRANCsco.
Somerville Journal: Hicks I un-i
derstand that poor Bjones had to have i
his leg amputated last week. j
Wicks Yes. and it wasn't the leg'
iai naa tbe rneumatism in it, either.
Boston Transcript Harriet Harry,
why is It that in foot ball each side
has only eleven men? Why don't
they .have an even dozen on each
Harry Because it would endinr
the lives of two more men. I uppo-
ed evorvbodv knew that '
. ivuc iuau
She The very next
uii.raing auer yon had proposed to
her she confided in me and asked
me what she had better do.
He I hope you were favorable.
She Oh. yes. I told her I didn't
believe she could do any- better.
A Cure for Lumbago.
W. a Williamson, or Amherst. Va..
XJ. S. A.. SaVS: "For mnra thin n
year I suffered from lumbago. I tried!
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and It gave
me entire relief, which all other reme-
dies-had failed to do."
is the man on whom the fault
falls if a carriage breaks.
his business to see that every
thing dovetails .and fits to a
T that the screws will hold and
that the strain will be equally
IH OUR SttOPS
we have four of these men, all
experts in their line and every
carriage we turn out we guar
King Street, Phone Main 2512
Joseph Hartmann k Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Will Sell from Dec. 19th to Dec. 31st,
BEER .,-- d
at $n Der 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 3nd
" in bottles of $7 per dozen
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 Boys, Stable Boys, sup
plied at a moment's notice.
Contracters requiring men can ob
tain them through us.
When the Clock
Every morning begins the race
San Francisco to Chicago
The most luxurious train ser
vice; electric lighted through
out. Perfect iu every detail
Xo limit to the good things
prtvided for your comfort.
ONLY 4 DAYS TO NEW YORK.
feStlltltl. A O
- ram 3)cUl
Leave Market Street Ferry Depot:
9:00 a. m.. 4.20 p. m., S p. m., 7:20
9:00 a. m. train Is the California
Limited, carrying Palace Sleeping
Cars and Dlaig Cars through to Chi-
! cago. Chair Cars run to Bakersueld
'or accommodation of local Srst-class
Paensen. No second-class tickets
?re hcm,ored ?a thls Correspond-
ms tcaia arrives -:0;, a m daily.
4:20 p. m. Is Stockton, Merced and
Fresno locaL Corresponding train ar-
rives at 12:30 p. m.. dally,
S:00 p. m. 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- j
tng train arrives at 6:00 p. m., dally,
.7:20 a. m. Is Bakersfield LocaL stop
ping at all paints In San Joaquin Val
ley. Corresponding train arrives at
S:40 x nu daily.
OFFICES-641- Market SL, and in
Ferry Depot San Francisco,
W. G. IRWIN 4L CO,
- Agents, Honolulu.
Eugiiiceiing and Consfrnction Co.
ROOMS SCS. 5C9f 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
All classes of Easineerfas "Work solicited. Examinations. Ser
vers and Reports made for any dasj of Waterworks, Steam and
Electrical Construction. Plans and Specineatioas and Estimates pre
pared, and Construction Superintended in all branches of Engineering
Work. Contracts solicited for Railroads, electric and steam; Tunnels.
Bridges. BeUdings. Highways. Foundations. Piers, Wharves. Etc
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Examinations, Valuations, and
Reports of Properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEG, M. Am. Soc. C. E.
Engineer and Manage.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
IS TO BE 3IVE:r!e
OF1N TQ JSJLJUl
Come and see the Watch, Boys!
It's a Daisy Stem "Winder, Hunting
Case, Sterling Silver. Standard
for selling: the most papers
PLAIN, PAINTED and
Iwalvami & Oo.
The Oriental Life Insurance -Co., Ltd.
The Home Company
Issues all modern forms of polieies at the lowest possible
rates. Policies issued in both English and Chinese
HOME OFFICE: 301-302 Stan genwald Blda., Honolulu, T. H.
g jn' f 0 0 M
jjS " "- :
Dees all kinds of Commercial jr.d Job Printing at the low
Recent additions have been made to the mechanical fores )
which enable the Company to turn out orders promptly. In rail-
road and plantation work we excel any other printing establish' gA
ment in Hawaii. F
BOOKS, MAGAZINES f
lp -innj. KmmU M U. ... HA..... .U. ... ..X.... 4?. ..!.-.
attention to. Our bindery is the
the larce amount of work alwav
lence of our bindery.
If you want any kind of Printing or Binding done you should
patronize us if you desire first-class work.
;g The Robert Srieve Publishing Co., Limited.
Drisinsr News Boy,
who disposes of tlie
most papers of . . .
the Honolulu Republican
during the month of
won the GOLD WATCH
up to Christmas Day.
most complete in Honolulu and f
en Hand attests to the excel-
0 THE MOST
Cfcjxncd JJertieaseat in fiw column
icR 5 itueried et 10 orati a lint first
truer turn; 5 ctaU a Una tccand inter
t9t; cents Pr tin per iefc; 33
ccnis fr line tvo cct. sa4 50 anlt
per One per soiith
WAITED To sH, a fine white Dia
mead tin; also fise opal ricjr; rea
$ocaMe prices. Watches repaired oa
tltae. G. Dietir watehaiaier and jtw
ler. Fort st, car UoteL la Prtt'i
WANTED Girfa to do feiuadry wsrx.
Apply Saaitary Steam Laaodrr. Ka
waiabao and Senta stmts.
WANTED CoanteKt white cook,
desires positfoe in Hotel or Rfau
rant. Address Roost 13, ViUa
WANTED Two stvgle geaUenea de
sire rooms and good table board,
either la hoase or cottage sear, mast
not be far from bosinosc porUoa of
city. Expect to renmta penoanently
if satisfactory and rate reasonable
Address A. B. Repaolkan OtSce-
ROOMS FOR RENT Hern's Court
Private Hotel, off Adam's Lane,
near Elite Bniiding. 'Phone White
3(61. H. M. Levy, manager.
TO LET Delightful roomy bath tub,
with either hot or cold water, and
every improvement and convenience
known to the modern age. At
Silent Barber Shop.
TO LET Newly fnralshed double
parlors, also rooms, Beretaala are.,
FOR RENT An eight room cottage
on Young street Apply J. A. Mi
goon, Magoon building.
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON the
premises of the Saniury Steam Laun
dry Co.. LttL. Marmten and South
streets. The cottages contain 4 room,
kitchen and bath room- No extra
charge for hot and cold wntr and
electric lisrhts. Rent ruooabI. Ap
ply on tbe premises to J. Lij;htfoot.
lave Just Opened
An entirely New Consignment of . . . .
SILK GOODS IN PIECE,
GRASS LINEN EMBROIDSRBD.
CARVED IVORY WARE.
SANDAL WOOD BOXES.
JEWELRY and NOVELTIES.
ALL ORIENTAL GOODS OF
THE VERY BEST.
Phan Fat Co.,
33 KING STREET.
ORPHEUM BLOCK. Phone Blue 687.
WHY HOT BUT THE BEST?
IT COSTS NO MORE
Blue Flame OIL STOVES
Sold wtta 3c&raie
Kerosene and Gasoline
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd
Cio cy o CsiJ'
, F" "! JW-V
., -mm I HT'W i 1J JSi -
Business mea will tell you
v that an ad In The Republic-
an brines rood result be-
cause the peoph rad It.