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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY. JANUARY i 1902.
I that It Is yoer dsty to treat both side things about which they testified; al-
wtfa equal fairness and impartiality so their interest or lack of interest
f in arriving at a conclusion on the the result of the action, the prob-
question of compensation. You ar aWIty or improbability of the truth
not to rtve to one side any preferment , lF TLfT f
or advantage denied the other. For aU hr ddn "J"
1 . . 1 Constances shown npon the trial.
. instance, yon are not to piace aa uu
i dely depreciated valuation upon this
leasehold interest because the United
States Government grants It. nor
1 should you place an exaggerated val-
ConQemnation Suit Against toe . p the property either oe-
case it is private property or be-
and from all of the circumstances de-
VALUING PEARL HARBOR LANDS
j termine upon which side the weight
or the preponderance of the evidence
rests Bat arbitrary or lumping meth
ods of assessing damages for the tak
ing of property are to be condemned.
The Influence of Treaties.
cause the Government wants it- Defendant has asked for certain in-
If. in the course of this long and t stractioas arising out of the treaties
tedkHK trial, the Court has by any entered into between the Kingdom of
,i n.oinn ,nnMrui tn fimr Hawaii and the United States Gov
erns ride or the other in this suit, be1 emmeat in 1SS7. and In refusing to!
..deceived. The court does not take Si any but one of said Instructions,;
t I X1mV It nrrnaf tn cfifn In tha TnrTT
cUM t tkU natlor I l"""" ' "- '" " ""-
WM. H. BARTH
1290 Fort Street, Near Kukui Street i
P. O. BOX 50.
( GALVANIZED IRON SKYLIGHTS
PIPE AND GUTTER WORK
WILL E. FISHER,
1 JtHiBgaad lipiiriigPrnptlylttisdii tt
HONOLULU, H. T.
I fU In tn ti- "tCTJT inr! nemtn in
I instruct you that whenever pri-,1MT ,. ,M.,M , ,.,, ,.J
On TUESDAY. JAN. 14th. 1902. at
two treaties were negotiated be- One O'clock p. m- on the Premises.
unccimi .Tire ne thp piitiirf . . . , . v ' m. two treaties, were negouaiea or- one O'clock p. m- on tne premises.
POSSIBILITIES OF THE FUTURE property is taken for public use twen lhe Government of Hawaii then That Valuable Lot southwest corner
must not Htutivt uur,- t or tor pa one pMrpobe. ne.inK luai -. represented by Kink Kalakaua and t rung and KeKauiiKe streets, fronting
ket value of the wroperty at the time . nmi,ii nt tho i:niti 5tit .v 90 feet on King Street by 101 feet on
1 ..-,-.... . w....-- . v ,
, r.J.SCSSTLI. E.X. WJL3SOS
1 RUSSELL & WATSON j
ATJCTIOITEEB. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-;
Magoon Building. I
Cor. Merchant and Alakea Streets, j
Phone Main 323.
Is Still On.
What Uc Unltod Staiei Wants is Just) Terrltoo the actual value of the prop-
Coipesaton and Impartial Judg- erty at the date of the summons is
.- -r.,ti c.r.-iiw pnrt ' deefxanted as the measure of the
Testimony V(t te the
. .. j, . aeBinea;
of the taking should be paW for itcj-Kliich the latter Government granted
m4 according to the statute of this 'reciprocity to Hawaiian sugar and
inner articles produced in Hawaii.
In the treaty stipulations of 1SS7,
of which treaty stipulations this Cot:r?.
i . . j.., t i .
. ..nnri. n nnn..usi lane juiuciai cocnizaucu. n was
La"dS- a.., and I charEe vou that the . Pcri bed by Article II thereof, as
C.rt fProvWc Form of Verdict. daje fiwtamons in tbilj casi folio:
i .,, cj. ,qi i1Iis -Majesty, me King of the Ha-
. ., .. i .... .uic j., tkorafnrn thnt ' a5'Ha Islands. graDts to the Govvra
d 9tata Jadjee Morrfe M. E- It Is to this date, therefore, tnat, .., x ...,
' , . . r . .. i Jt oi me unueu aiaies, me excm-
Ted hi. che to U,ejurrla you are to look in fixing the a e; s:ve rlnt to enter the Harbor of Fcail
lulu PburiMkMi Company'.' of the ce. You are to remember , RlyQ n Ig,and Qf 0afcjj and
rbor leasehold coMkMMMttoa that the material consideration is the UoMsh and ma5ntajn there a cjay:a?
m the United States lttict nctual condition of theVleasehold in-,am, repar station for the use of ves.
pened yetAerday morning. ; terert oa that date. It is to tbia that j sels of the Unte states. and to that
g Sate was about to com- you are liinltetl. jfd, the United States may improve
it charge there was aa argu- Placing a Valuation. . the entrance to said harbor and (fr all
r the tons of verdict, the V lB ;, a Juation upon this ; otner l needful for the purpose
9bJectioc to one clause upon leaseh6kl interest you cannot consld- J ai" ,.,, , ., t , s,
1ms Chmmmsnt lasteted- er the mere speculative or possible II will be seen by the terms of said
.. . . . -..j t . - .i . .i.t i.a r.rn.,TreatJ' cX 1SS. the United States then
''J't'nL 71 Th? iSVt nventv jsecureu the "exclusive right" to the
the court wooW pnrrKie .vdueed on this land ten. .o entj or
thirty years from now. wire is too - ;- - -
remote and uncertain, and could formlf,00 f- "h Ie fivate ,ar es nia' own
, . , , , ..i..ir. the laiids bonlering on these waters.
ws: i- t.. m..t.. ti. x-niii nf the waters themselves have belonged
Zulu PhutaUou Comaauy is one . . ,, nllPnnaM nsl,l-iof that trea- This is and has been
Upset price. $20,000.
Ten thousand dollars can remain on
the property at S per cent.
John A. Hassinger,
Agent to Grant Marriage Licences, etc,
Removed to the
Offices of Macfarlane & Co.,
The purchaser will be guaranteed
an opportunity to lease the property
at once, if he wishes to do so, on a
forty years lease at One Hundred and
Twenty-five Dollars per month ground
rent, payment of rent to begin July
1st, 1902. The Lessee to pay all taxes
and assessments and to erect forth
with on the premises a brick building Pine Cabinet Photos Only $330 per
to cost not less than Ten Thousand , Dozen.
Dollars. The building to be kept In- r i j v oi 5-
sured for Ten Thousand Dollars at -UOT. Ol lYlaiMaKea and King btS. '
JjOStfS UUiL lUi LUC UCUGUi. Ui- 1UC
Lessor. In the event of loss insurance
money to be used in re-Suildlng.
sarge to the Jury was, la part, '
t defendants, i brought under . ..... ,,..,.. ,. ,,. ..ccnKv ,nlan Pn an'l notorious fact.
frnment for public purposes
r anv iisofuinusR it mav possesss to
proviskms of aa Act of Congress the H"onoluiu plantation Company in
United Stales, dated August i. vJf,w of Js who,e propertyt its needs
entitled "An Act to authorise ajld lu equipment
OtadeunaUoa of land and for sites And if from the evidence you should
hue buildings aad for other pur- find that the defendant lias any im-
(volume 25. United States ! prorements uiou that portion of the
. -.. , IfluJ nni'anwl ... It n Innvohnlil ltltnrc:t
ie, pae . ...:,., ., , ..,,, . ... because although the treaty made be
. lands aousht to be coademned ! of the defendant and sought to be J -
. NAuilAtntiaJ liV HlO I ' lilt Ol I SfflfPQ l w -
Cube and Granulated.
I therefore instruct you that in
reaching a verdict you are not to con
sider or place any value upon the
water rights in front of or bordering
upon said inland waters as belonging j PARAFINE PAINT C0."'S
to the private parties now litigating
with the United States Government
WILL E. FISHER,
We CM & Co
her with all the Interest of ev
kind therein are certain lands .
te in tha District of Rwa. In and f
t the Harbor of Pearl Lochs.
tines catted Pearl Harbor. In the
United States of America in 1SS7, by
which Pearl Harbor was ceded to the
United States did not in any way af
fect private ownership in the lands
fronting on said harbor; yet those
parties have no interest, other than
that of every citizen of the United
Cfn r Ac tn tlm clnnflie o ml iti n. nf
(I... ...III .. ..!.. ln !""-, -UV .Vl.t,UO U.JU UtC Ul
,,. ab. ..... u,r, ,.u.,..H ---. p arb0 for tnese n,and ters
'oUier machinery belonging to the de-
condemned by the United States.
which were there prior to the Cth day
of July, 1901, you are to find the
value thereof separate and distinct
from the value of the leasehold itself
In said lands. And in this regard I
il ad of Oahu, In the Territory of i6true Vou that you cannot consld
Ml vail. Jrr jn this case the cost or. value of
fendant, If not constructed or stand-
Lwi. for Nawil Station.
Tb United Stated of America
Mlr tn tulnM tlttaA laffuttf ami til
. . ., , 1 ing upon, the land sought to be con-
oaiiv a fee simple estate thoreln; ,h ' ., ,. , Cf. ot ,
. . . demnwl by the United States, at the
..r the purposes of a naval tUonjUuje Qf lhf uklng to wk. JuU. 0th
ud enamel defense, for the purposes' l001
"i inr i. aiuu sunn una at iuc .. .
H-partment tbareot htal. for the ,1m-
i covenant of the harbor and chfcu
at'I toadlnf thereinto, known
are now and since 1SS7, have been
the property of the United States.
Gentlemen, the defendant in this
case is represented by its manager,
James A. Low, who is the only respon-
Paints, Compounds and Building
Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
THOMAS LINDSAY ,
S&gSSrg 530 FORT STREET
J W. A. Redhouse
Watch and Chronometer Maker.
Plain and complicated watch work a '
Campbell Block Merchant Street '
Opposite Republican Office. '
JUDD & GO. Ltd.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS ,
STOCK BROKERS. ,
307 Stangenwald Building1 :
: Phone 223 Main. !
THE advertiser's best friend Is the medium through
which he obtains the biggest returns for his money.
One medium which Is used by advertisers to a great
extent is the circular or booklet. The circular or
booklet is always ineffective, unless it is very handsome
handsome enough to attract the eyo of the man to whom it
is sent, no matter how busy he may bo. A booklet hand
some enough to do this almost always costs from three to
four cents apiece. There Is the nailing to count in (two
cents a copy, of course); there Is the trouble In getting a list
of names, and in addressing. Altogether the cost will figure
up to about seven cents a copy for a good booklet. Two
thousand circulation in a booklet is very large. Two thou
sand circulation at seven cents is $140 I propose to show
that you can invest 140 in newsparcr space and sot returns
five fold of what you would get through a bookleL
Newspaper Space s Valuable
In the first place, there is the cost. For $140 you can get
a good-sized space in a newspaper of good circulation for
quite a long time. You know your newspaper rates; you can
figure It out to suit your own instance much better than 1
can. So much for cost
ftow for Effectiveness
Testimony Of Exoerts.
... - . , ,, , . i sible party appearing for defendant al
this ease certain so-called ex-i,., . , .. ..
.pea tostlmonv litis been introduced.! l"V" . " 1" luul. uu rBrT
as ... , , .. : .. , .. ,, uer atn, itui. ne maue oatn to ueienu-
utu i man hi. l luu uiitk ik is .uiu
enrl Lochs, sonstltnee called Pearl nrov,co to wbi' lhp testimonv of autf anawer s.weariuS .to an a""1
Harbor, together with the erection ; lhe itBtM whose lnions are heen or damage wnicii uerendant would
,nd mnlntenanee npon said land. ofven upon thtt Sllljecl of tht value Jr by the condemnation of this
.11 ad pnblk butldings. rn.saslnes.of defendant's leasehold interest lniilTh,t,1,d StfV " l the ria1'
.raen-ls. n.,y yrd, llRhthouses. this laud, by reference to the whole ?nd "f " "f an-v .sons there,
IU.rant,ne ataUons, wharves, ks. i situation of that portion of the Prop- -SnU "S--""
iiors. canals, roads, ditches, Uumes. rty sought to be condomned bv the ! ,., , . . , ,?,
in. '. tww, www. i , i.. o. . k . i i t i 'which was demanded in the answer,
loaeducta nine Hues essneteries auJ M States uion which this lease-... , ., , ., .
iacnai. ppv im. ccwt m. .,... . . . , lit appears In this case that everv wit-
rv tnr th (u imeresi exists, ami ny app ying , . , , ...,.,
ry tor tne i ness produced in court bv the defend
vo ail tnese circumstances your own . . . . i .-., .
v-...i-j... , ..-, ...., uui lo i""1' viuue. icsuueu to uam-
KiiwniTOi- .tiiu fii.-..ir.d. iii;ii:iii.t:.
TIia nvllmllr.. rt n'turic oe t lli
tm .. . . . .fc... . ... I - " ..v v-ak m -' ,..m.
..v '"nM "7" """" "idoas not differ in principle from the "" " ",7 ihc r aua, . ,
'..- nwlmnd in Ute cae how Wup L,M,np. , ,vn-rt' ' thni. C11. .may consider these facts in weigh
irled hror vou h Uw leasehold !., .. . ,' i... ...ji" lhe testimony, of the weight of
-''rest owned by the defendant."
What the Government Wants.
fvrers ss may be
luauneaaace or nam vavai &iauoa i
nd harbor and channel defense.
!. ,, , . V . i ages or a greater value than the de
,The evnleuce of experts as to value' ..... .... . st ,....
uu lluittuuiJU IU lis ituattt:.. 1UH
i Jects. Then so far from laying aside
, which, as I have tried to impress up-
i VfMli 'nwn LnnYlaj1n find tilanc vaii t
, .. . , , "",",! oa yo. you are to be the sole judges.
itnay apply that general knowledge ; ' ,.,.. T... . "L
iM MwiViHr tk. hut. i.m i.v an tns? hleas to the matter of fnct., . ..... . , ; .. f
After rertewina; tne leases aew u j at a verdict it must be bv the unani-
, MomJbi rn.xt.iLK (-VVU.H.1.V 'n ovldonee. In this case, determining ,. 0,, , ,
ne toasim rmntauoa Company. ..,,.., , . i t i IUO"s consent of all your members.
. - -i... .. . the weight to be given to the opinions I 1T,,, ,, , ., .
iitdSe AMP continued. exreswl ' t,,M,er tne P'cadlngs in this case.
It Is elear. Iherefbre, from aa e.v " , ... , . there Is but one Issue involved the
amlnatton of these leasee that they. , UryS , !f , 3" ? , araoun- of the "just" compensation
i..er a large tract of land, namely. ? Bt,cme,n , f, thf J"ry' e nr,y '" the to be awarded to the defendant for
over. acres, of whkh the portion' L i Sct'of'5 sneh ' 2 f Pr0perty- You mU5t
.iealred hr the Oor.t te ut , t ,tonrtum"otl- The oXcct of s,,ch therefore find for the plaintiff, a ver
,; MR ftrlvTTfifth ZZSii 7 that "T mIght 'tari,llct condemning the leasehold inter
TJT , I Ur;, yourselves with the nature and extent' est of the defendant, the Honolulu
-f. tott: ML acres, as ns agreed of the land, and its physical condl-.Plantation Companv. Jn and to the
-r , -. vW, H4 e .. muiis u caiui-..jisin,, so as to oti- 561 o acres of Iaad deslred b the
alne of this leasehohl ter enable you to understand the evl- oovprnmont- .i v ,.. ., ....
dence on the trial of the case. The I dict in favor th"e dcfondant for the
knowledge &o acquired may be used i amount of compensation Hno it thtrt.
j oy you in ueiermining the .weight or f0r
j conflicting testimony respecting the '
It Is the
iRtereat la the fGlJt acres of land
that yon art to esusiaie.
I charae you uwt private projMjrty , Talue Qt tiw
"Water-proof Cold-water Paint, In
side and outside: in white and i
Alex. Cross & Sons' chfgh-grade
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for
sugar cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical Fer
tilizers and finely ground Bone
STEM PIPE COHERING.
FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS.
Linen and Jate.
CEMENT. LIME & BRICKS
NICE . CIGAR . STAND
Adjoining Hotel Stables.
Tobaccos of All Kinds.
Cool Drinks On Ice.
Opposite Hawaiian Hotel.
FIRST CLASS TAILOR.
CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned and Pressed.
Adjoining Hotel Stables Opposite
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING GO.,
San Francisco, CaL
French V Laundry
5ftT, Cur. of Ecretama Ave. sml Pnnclibowl St. a
Lace Curtains, Silk and Glove
Gleaning a Specialty. i
ABADIE & CO. !
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Philadelphia, Pa., TJ. S. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.,
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder"
Newark, U. S. A
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd
108 KING STREET.
! G J. WALLER-, - - - Manager.
OHLARDT & CO.,
San Frazcisfs. Csl
Wholesale and Retail
RISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE NAVY CONTRACTORS
WORKS. San Francisco, CaL
. tnrKK be ts&ea for a public use wih- j these lands, but not otherwise. f N
oui Jst cOHUteitFftUott.' This Is the Some evidence has been introduce TF. . P !1. H
:aacuce of our fwadamsntal law. the by the Govornmont. tending to show j J JJH (.(ilitlliCLo 11 IlCnSS
Furniture Work a Specialty.
All Orders Promptly Executed.
SING LEE TAI
Keferftl OoastttutJest (srUele 5 of. the. certain valuations of this leasehold
interest, sworn to by the defendant,
through Its manager. Mr. Low. before,
the commencement of these proceed
VmsstteeoU; of 171). This is a Con--'turtJontl
pro1skM iHtenrfed for the
-eMrilr.4tf s wersou Is th enlavment!
-r hi. proectj-. and ss such it should ia,8S- wit- Mrtala 7turaKs f'Vd
v ' j will. hv oeir"oN HiiWtnnf thn I
give a. Ub4nti interpretation, that
with the assessor pursuant to th law
whoso )uoirU' is iakou by thejj.
i of the Terrltoxj". Such sworn returns
I if iluK- nndi liv thi renresentatlvp of
.wwosiit AM- paMic use may re-jthe ,feft,ndaat; lo the aor. ar
Jv therefor fttU snd just compensa-1 ,D iaw admissions against In
tu (terest. and are competent evidence
"In this behslf I charge you that tending to show the then market val
'he lesselrald lutonjst of. the defon-.ue of the property; You may there
dsst. the Honolulu Plantation Com- fore consider such returns along wi?h
ljr. i property and' that the said fne other evidence in the case bear-.
dBKdi te eutltlediWo receive a !ln5 upon the question of value of tM '
il eoMpeBsatfon lorfltlaklng. Property, ami give to it such welgbt
-Ad to sswlnt-thistTuBt compen-j fs tt maf se i- hfr.
h i. , t.s?., .,. i,. Instruct you that the burden cf prov-.
... A.... ' , ," . . ,, ,. . Ing the market value of the interest
is 9MC bhk uterely to the Individual t , . . , , , .. . -,
. -T ' of the defendant. In the lands In ques-
wWlfea property is taken, but to the
tmt"e who s to iu- for ILf CSeari
1-k V & School, 133 U. S. 562.)
toP'SfeJ Judgment. ,
s s ijalialf 1 furthor charge j-ou
f Ucn Is' upon the p!aictlff. !
Considering .Witnesses. t j
You should take into consideration!
the Opportunities of1 the various wit
nesses for seeing or knowing the
of repainting- a arriace necessi
tates sometimes the pntticg on
of a many as 16 COATS of
Lead Paint, Filling Paint, Color
Paint 3nd Kubbinjr Varnish, and
only then is it readv for the Qual
th t are brought to ns go th'ouxh
nil this a d more, the old paint
is burnt off and every three coats
of lead are pumice stoned off
smooh and whn we let it go ont
of the Shois you could not tell
it from a new one.
Bring in Your Old Looking
Chariot and Have it Resurrected.
W. W. WRIGHT,
V v. CliBC,Strt:et.afc f -
54S King Street
Honolulu, H. I.
Sim JVing Lung Co.
K. YAU TOUNG, Manager.
Corner Alakea &. King Sts.
-RUITS and FRESH OYSTERS
by every boaL
OR. W. R. BOGLE
Room 18. Arlington Building.
COBKS AND IN GROWING
TOE NATLS EXTBACTZD
THE EAGLE SALOON
GEO. J. CAVA2f ATJGH, Prop'r. '
Always on tap.
Cor. Punchbowl and HalekauIIa Sts.
You must tell your customers how much your goods are
going to cost. An advertisement without a price Is llkofmeat ?J.
without salt It will do you no good. How can you put y
prices In a boqklet when you are doing a strictly retail busl-
ness? You have competitors; you have to change your f
prices constantly to meet theirs, and to meet other exi
gencies. The first change of a price will kill the effective
ness of a booklet, and where are you? Your advertisement
in a newspaper may be changed as many times aa you de
sire. You are constantly up-to-date.
The Newspaper Is Effective
Any kind of a newspaper has more circulation than you
can obtain through a booklet for $140. Newspapers reach
the heart of the home. Every one reads them, and they are
far more certain to obtain close attention than any printed
matter which you would send. If you sent printed matter
of your own accord to persons wIo do not know you, you
would be putting yourself face to face with them without a
guarantee. They have nothing to judge the quality of your
goods by, and they can only take what you say on our own
paper and In your own way. Anybody can say as much a3
When your matter appears In a newspaper of good circu
lation and good standing, the newspaper is a guarantee for
what you say. Newspapers are always particular as to whom
their. advertisers are. (I speak of good newspapers always.)
Your ads will gain a value besides their Inherent one. They
will be vouched for, and this is not to be despised. You
have a certain fluctua'Ung trade, which Is always valuable,
and which needs srme sort of an Introduction to your store.
This Introduction the newspaper gives you.
Good Paper Adds Dignity f
You are known by the company you keep, you know, y
and if your ads appear In a paper wh ch hold3 Itself up be- V
fore the masses as a leader, you will be known as a patron y
of what Is good, and you will obtain trade from those whom V
It Is worth trading with.
Oa all scores I consider newspaper advertising by far y
the besL On the score of cheapness; on the score of being "
able to constantly change your announcements; on the score Jl
of direct and Immediate returns; and on the score of being y
Introduced to people, to strangers, as a store which can af- M
ford to announce Its news to every one In a dignifipd and j
straightforward manner, and this is the manner which bring3 V
trade that pay3. -V
' - y
New York City.
I CANNED FRUITS,
) CANNED MEATS,
! CANNED FISH.
Goods Delivered free. ?
CTLINDEB PP FOB SiLE
A CYLINDER PRESS, In good con- ;
dltion just the Press for a Weekly
Paper. Will be sold at a Bargain.
Apply at REPUBLICAN OFFICE.
The above article, written by one of the best-Informed y
advertising men in the country. Is In line with the business V
2 policy advocated and maintained 07 THE HONOLULU RE" -J
; PUBLICAN. FIs description of a good newspaper and It3 y
Jt superior merits aa r advertising medium Is distinctly appli- v
2 cable to an essentially reliable and dignified family paper of
large circulation, such as THE REPUBLICAN. y
'The Union Express Co., Jencohe saloon
Offi with Inm Billrtii. cw" Wtee ,2ST
10 King Street -:- -:- Telephonb 86 j Northwest comer Hotel and Nuuanu
it e uiui k saies, puuius nuu illtuiilltb.
We haul freight and lumber.
We sell black and white sand.
We meet all Incoming coast steamers.
We check baggage on &U outgoing
! Board, $4.50 per week
I Meals, 25c Each
PSFATE EDSM FIS UIIES.
, EYEKYTHUTG HEW, CXEAB" and
Honolulu Brewing and Malting
Draught and Bottled Beer.
King street, opp. O. B. &. L. Co.
RYAN 4 DEMENT, Prop.
rnAillV Af CIKU OJT!?e Popular Hestauraijt
Bethel Street, back o Poatoffice.
Nuuanu Street. Back of Club Stables.
Beretanla Street near Alakea.
Fine Bath House.
Fine Barber House,
Fine Imported Cigars. r
Fine Boot Polish Stand.