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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY i4, 1902.
MATTERS HANDLED IN
CUSSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS r
TOO MUCH! SAYS UNCLE SAM;
NOT ENOUGH! SAY SUGAR FOLK
CinMt,ied AdveriittmeaU in tkli colamn
1 5 imtricd at 10 centt a fini
i tiwcrtian; 5 ctatt o iiite Kccnd tur
i rwn 23 cenU pr lite per tcetk; 35
, cerU ptr lint ttco tcve&j. an 50 cent
I pr Kn jxr tnor.tX.
Jury Awards S 105,07 2 to Honolulu Plantation
Pearl City Jury, After Twenty-Three Hours of Deliberation, Returns
Sealed Yerdict, Giving $89,792 for Leasehold Interest
and $15,280 for Improvements.
till verdict l far beyond a Ju. appurtenance In fee iiraple absolute. Judge Est'ee said that whatever was
said United States District At -
aroej- J. J- Donne, when a yerdict
km returned yesterday by the Jury
t tfce condemnation . of the Gov-
tmnent ailnt the lemboW Inter -
Ml of the Honolulu 1'lanutlon Com
jway in lands at Pearl Harbor.
"It Is Jnat about nfty per cent of
vhat we oopbt to have." said Attor-
ey F. M. Hatch. j of said defendant, said The Honolulu
Both aide took exceptions to the plantation Company, a corporation.
verdict and mored for -a new trial. ' jn and to the tracts and parcels of
The Honolulu Plantation Company Jan(j coniemned herein to be $S9.72.-
i awarded f 105.000 in all. The ver-1 oo jn United States gold coin.
diet was rendered immediately on "4. s to that part of the property
tfee opening of the Federal Court yes condemned herein which constitutes
tertiay moniin. being handed In oniy a portion of a larger tract we
sIed by Marshal Hendry. It wasfiuj an(! assess the damages which
reached on Sunday morning after the wjj accrue to the poriion not sought
Jary had been out twenty-three hours. to be condemned by reason of its
Verdict cf the Jury. severance from the portion sought to
The rerdlct Is as follows:" ,ve condemned, and the construction
-United States of America. , "t the improvements in the manner
"District of Hawaii,
In the District Court of the uniteu
SUtes in and for the District of
The United States of America. '
Ilatntiff and Petitioner. j
-The Honolulu Plantation Com-
pnny, a corporation, et al.. defendant i
"We the jurv in the above entitled ,
ifilnu tiiHin t'h issues frame! in!
said action" between the above-named
plaintiff and petitioner, and the Ho -
aotulu Plantation Company, a cor
Mratiou. defendant and respondent
abore-named. find tbe following ver-
alct. to wit:
1. We find that the above named
htlnllff nd petitioner is entitled to
have all the right, title and interest
f said defendant in and to the tracts
ind parcels of land Involved herein,
condemned for the uses and purposes
fft out in the petition on nle herein,
and to take hold and acquire snid
tracts and parcels of land and their
I T rP? V "P V
ttVBriVIvr.WIEE-Piranc; UIC r.JlIQF!
1 VI1UI I IliU II 11 li 1 UL.nuu iiiv vnuwu
PORTO RICANS CONTINUE
APPEAR WITH GREAT
Btmcli of Chinese Gamblers Deny the
Seft Impeachment and
Down the Gauntlet Few Jags
Adorn Mourner's Beach Bone
M..1.1 . ..-.. ,j ... o ,
"-'v"'a -" u " a-
A rlntig nnd forjtlvlng wlf sa-,
d Anto Oinbra from rceIviac'
Uw fail extent of the pcnaltv geuer.il' '
ty Muded to huebiinds who o far ,
"j&H Uiewselves us to rule their '
VmiMioMs with a bed stet.
. . , ... . .
Caxwbrn whs clmrged with assault
ami bflttery by hie wife, who claimed J
Aat her husband .rrtvd at his vine
2nd fif: tree on SRtnrdny much under j
the lnHnence of Hn overkwd of mix-
ed ifnuids. Mrs. Cnwbrs had scent
M trouble from afar, and onre sight-
' lug CKUibni hud ntUmpted to tle
from Impending and befuddled wrat.
In this she was not enreeeeful but
was compelled to retuuta while Her-,
poose conducted himself In a wau-!
ner "hlch wt uld hardly become a
,. awn who talent have been recently
-e? enrolled in the B!ne book. '
wck Tcman nccnu.
Te police took a hand in the afi
Weak Woman Re'ents.
ISl ct2iSnTbto Wtno,ad:n-!ni0ra,nS Uraft ot "
.2 W?!SrLm ho2.haVtttt.2a,Wku laa!,s 0a Maui s sub -
rJt.K:- Co-mUmonor E. S. Bo.vd
Cfembra hom. When the case was aad lPvci The license wil be
InJtod before Judge Wilcox at thePut up at auclion.
police conrt.yeetenlay morning, the. Ar application was read ' from
e refwe to prosecute and ro-; Fniuk Buchholt: for the land of Papa
salted the court to deal leniently, 1. Kona. Hawaii, to be put up at auc-'
with her erring husband. Cambra
vas assessed the minimum fine of $0
sud costs. Roth flaunted the white
nag 01 truce as wj re. uui v
th court room.
Iu She. a Chinese woman of rank.
lefusod to prosecute her husband.
Lam lip. charged with assault and
batten-- The defendant was
Porto Rican vagrants continue to
encumber the docket upon vagrancy
charges. Jose Miranda and ilcElroy
were each sent for three months to
...... " .. . . . .
Aiue Lninese gatiicroa in baturuayp--' - "- "7". ,.
nfgfat through the Instrumentality ofj An application of the Kona-Kau rail.
a ChilHngworth raid, declared their road Company for a penlnsvia at Ka-
, for the public uses and purposes in
! said petition t out.
ve find the value of all im-
provements upon the property con-
1 denmed In the above entitled action
to 1)9 $15,250.00.
! s. We find the value of the prop-
( erty condemned in the above entitled
action, to wit: the leasehold interest
j Proposed by the above-named plain
" " i,u,ui";i' lu "v ""
" As to that part of the property
condemned herein, which constitutes
only a portion of a larger tract we
fid and assess ths i)enefits to the
Portion not sought to be condemned.
hi' th construction of the improve-
ments proposed by snid plaintiff and
Petitioner, to be nothing,
"Dated. Honolulu. Hawaii. Janu
( ar-v 12 I902;
, "GEORGE V. PAGE,
' "Foreman of Said Jury.
Nitlce For New Trial.
United States District Attorney
Dunne gavo notice of a motion for a
, new trial as soon as the verdict had j
ueen read, stating that the Govern- ments.
mont would file its motion within The award for the leasehold coin
three days, and excepting to the ver-1 prising 5G1.2 acres, of which ."542 were
diet as contrary to both the evidence ' claimed good for cultivation, is $1C0
and the law. ' per acre.
Judge Silliman arose for the de- The Bishop Estate, in the previous
fandant corporation, also giving no- j case, was awarded $75 per acre for
tice of a motion for a now trial, the fee simple of the lands.
i innocence to, the charge of gambling. .
and backed up the assertion by pro- f
: illinlllo- tlinir itfrlA- ATnn Wn '
' continuance was granted until today
uiic oricirMiig l-Uflu.
A hone shaking luau in which five
native gamblers were arrested re-
Gllltfhil 11 nfl Anttral 11lttiiK-k n An...
i, ...... ... ,. mu,Uu v, v.Uu
1 victions yesterday morning. The de-1
fendants were each assessed in the i
sum of $10 and costs.
A postponement until today was
granted to Haole. a native, who ap-!
peaml in the Police Court, who on j
the charge of assault with a weapon
on H. Ryan.
The case against Mrs. M. M. Man-
no and At. u. K'ftnwf. ohnri -ih
Xd,,itorv was continutd until Wed '
Fo"r case ot drunkenness wore
llhe not results of
5?ntiiritnv; btii? !
' Sunday gleanings by the police de-,
Ihe usual fines were as-
aanaana was reprimanded and ar- j
terwrds discharged. He was accus-
el ' navigating his bicycle along;
tne streets after dark without pro-'
vlding himself with a light.
T KVT PflAPfKfTTAVQ
LiilU IllUf t'OllIUllO
Kona-Kau Railrcad Company's Bid(
for Land if Raised Buchholt.
Will GefKona Land for Private
At a meeting bttween Governor,
p.. . , ,. ...
Ddl and the bends of the Territorial
deimrimente In th Cnnltoi voimtinT .
tion Bllchholtz wants the laid for
an agricultural experiment station, to
bo used for his own purposes. It Is
.., A mt ,
, ,a ,uut lue Nuoi is lavoraoiy.
bought of and that it will be granted.
Commissioner Boyd also asked the
, approval of the meeting for the open-
dis-'Ing of Kaauhuhu lots under the
.homestead lease act. and Kaapahu
( ,ots under the -rl hfc of puVchase iease
,. t ,
i ind as snen nc tho noM"-- itrv-c i
have been completed the lands in '
muffin.. m h nnanA sh.uS up uu a uumeu aisinct 01
done in the matter would have to be
done before the closing of the pres
ent term and that the term would end
before the beginning of the Hilo term
on January 2S.
The following were members of
the jury returning the above verdict:
Charles E. Murray. George "W. Page.
' James H. I,pve. Chas. H. Ramsay, K
B. Porter. Otto Bierbach, E. Buffan
deau. W. J. Hickey. C. V. Sturdevant.
Captain A. N". Tripp, John J. Locker
and M. M. Kohn.
A Mere Coincidence.
Someone intimated that the jury
had contrived to fit the amount of
damages in the verdict to Admiral
Bradford's alleged announcement
that if the Bishop Estate verdict
were sustained there would be left
$105,000 of the appropriation.
This is a mere coincidence as none
of the jurymen read the Washington
ford's reported remarks until after
they had agreed on the verdict, when
one of their number drew the atten
tion of the rest to a newspaper clip
ping which he had come across and
which contained the article above re
It was learned that eleven of the
: jurors agreed on a verdict on Satur
I day night, one man holding out un
til Sundav morning.
District Attorney Dunne says that
he cannot account for the finding of
Sl.'.OOO for improvements, as he
, maintains there are none such on the
! pronertv. He will make n strnnir nm-
test against the award for improve-
poopoo; that it be put up at auction
for an upset price of ?10 per acre,
was considered, the meeting deciding
to reserve the water frontage and
make the upset price of the remain
der $50 an acle.
Superintendent of Public Works J.
H B j , report f Assistant
; , ' , ,.
Superintendent of Public Works
-arston Campbell, on the condition
roads in Hawaii and on the powder
magazine which was complained of
recently as beintr dangerously near
Cei tain school houses.
t itttllnrtf iiiti. . f T..I1 . f .1 M .
"""' ' -Wkli. ior .1
"Rht w" and beer license at Koloa.
Kauai, and J. Wright, for'a license
at Heeia. were approved.
1 Yesterday's Market Quotations at th;
Monday. January 13.
STOCK. Did. Asked.
Brewer & Co ? $410
.. S. Sachs D. G. Co..
L. B. Kerr & Co
-' SUGAR. '
Ewa Plantation Co
1.1 4 1 t A ft n-S 1 V
23 M 23-
.. 1 210
a,, 3 Co..;
Honomu Sugar Co....
Honokaa Sugar Co
Kahuku Plan. Co
Kihei Plan. Co
Kipahulu Sugar Co..j-.
Koloa Sugar Co.
'Xl.Z 7 A
""".'ur sugar o. ...
0hu ,.,. Pn
m'.. eT.-- .l""
' Suju- Co. S"
'Olowaiu Companv ....
" Pnclnc SnsarlU
oneer Ml Co.
,a.,1ua 'CUi: C-
Wilder Steam. Co
Inter - Island S. X. Co.. 5S
" - K. T- & L. Co...
0ah n. x. . ,
Hilo R. R. Co. 6 p. c.
H. R. t. & L.. Co...
O. R. Jfc L. Con G p. L
Oahu Plan.. 6 p. c
Ycung Koa Forests.
Th 0UQS koa forests which haye
Hawaii in the vlcinltv of ilana and
w,im-a are reponed'as progressing
Chinese Divorce Suit Withdrawn.
Supreme Court Takes Up Case
of Kapioiani Estate Against A.
S. Cleghcrn Girvirt is Appraiser.
The two cases of C. A. Brown
against J. D. Spreckels et al. were
argued and submitted in the Supreme
Court yesterday, as was also the tax
appeal case of M. S. Grinbaum &
Company. Limited, after which the
case of the Kapioiani Estate against
A. S. Cieghorn was taken up to be
continued this morning. Yesterday
was the third day of the Brown
Spreckels matter, a controversy over
Hilo waterfront property.
Lam Yip. the rich Chinese mer
chant, who was arrested a few days
ago on a charge of assault and bat
tery on his wife. Luni Shee. nd
against whom a suit for divorce was
filed in the Circuit Court ,is now free
from legal trouble, his wife having
withdrawn the Mit
Judge Humphreys has appointed
Lau Xg temporary administrator of
the estate of Lau Sun Mee, under
bond of 2.000.
J. W. Girvin. of this city, has been
appointed by Judge Kalua to appraise
the estate of the late Dr. Robert Mc
Kibbin. for the purpose of determin
ing its value, subject to inheritance
tax. The estate is worth, it is said,
Russell & Watson have moved for
an order to the administrator of the
estate of J. C. Strow to pay and de
liver all monies and property of the
estate into court, on behalf of Mary
J. Hoyt and Garrett S. Strow of Con
cord. New Hampshire, sister and
brother and sole heirs of deceased.
Letters of administration have
been issued to F. W. McChesney on
tlii estate of Annie Makanui. de
ceased. ? OjS
GUNS FOR THE GUARDS.
New Springfiield Rifles Have Been
Allotted to N. G. H. Companies.
The Springfield rifles recently for
warded to the National Guard of Ha
waii from Washington were voted to
their respective conrvanies at a meet
ing of tlie Board of Olficers of the
National Guard held at the Bungalow
on Sunday morning.
Ten guns will be allotted to each
existing- company. It was decided
to allot the new Springfield rifles
recently sent here by the War Depart
ment, ten to each company. It was
further decided that the treasurer of
each company shall give security or
bond in the sum of $150 because of
the fact that, in the apportionment of
funds, the money remains in the
hands of each company treasurer un
Importer of Ptvducts . .
Provisions and Wines . .
Gor. King and Smith Streets
THE TRAVELER'S INSURANCE
COMPANY OF HARTFORD
LIFE ACCIDEHT -- HEALTH
A. G. LDUEKIN,
AGENT TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
403 Mi Builiiirg.
fori fmplopeiit igeiicjf
(JAPANESE AND CHINESE.)
King Street. : : : Cor. Alakea St.
Cooks. "Waiters, Servants. Hoase
Boys. Garden Boys. Stable Boys, sup
plied at a moment's notice.
Contracters requiring men can a
tain them through ns.
S. J. SALTER
ORPHEUM BLOCK. Phone Blue 6S7.
Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS SCS, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
All classes of Engineering Work solicited. Examinations, Sur
veys and Report made for any class of Waterworks.. Steaia and
Electrical Construction. Plans and Specifications and Estimates pre
pared, and Construction Superintended In all branches of Engineering
"Work. Contracts solicited for Railroads, electric and steam; Tnnnels,
Bridges. BuildingsBighways. 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.
QPXUSf TO MXiJl
Corne and see the Watch, Boys!
It's a Daisy Stem Winder, Hunting
Case, Sterling Silver, i 1 t Standard
for sailing- the most paper3
PLAIN, PAINTED and
JwaJvaxni & Go.
. The Oriental Life Insurance Co., Ltd.
The Home Conmany
Issues all modern forms of
rates. Policies issued
" " languages.
HOME OFFICE: 301-302 Star
rces all kinds of Commercial and Job Printing at the low- f& '
st rates. -.. i
h'i Recent additions have been mads to. the mechanical force fdj
ff which enable the Connpany tc tu . out orders promptly. In rail- '
road and plantation work v.e excel any ether pr.ntino establish' A '
j mert in Hawaii. " 'f
'BINDING OP " 9)
Hi , "-
J3UU1S.S), MAUAZliJN JUS f
l annfhp hranl if th. - M....M..bi... .u.& ..
. . ..... . ,.lt. ...(j.tKnMvc u,di w- give particular g
11 attent,on t0- 0ur bindery I3 the most complete in Honolulu and f I
-T. the ,arge amount of work alway3 on hand attests io the excel- Az
Mi Ience our bindery. u w.,
111 If .you want any kind of Printina or Bindinn dsn? vou hni .T.
i patronize us if you desire first-claw work.
Sib Ribert Grieve Mfitig Co., Limited. 2
v "5 & 0 "M B U&
0 THE .MOST Enter-
v prising News Boy,
who disposes of the
most papers of . . .
Cbc Honolulu Republican
(lurimr the month of
I VEN ;$
-M- -i"-I- -i"i- -J"i- -!- --
a. j. . J. .;..;. .(.j. j 4.4.
won the GOLD WATCH.
up to Christmas Day
policies at the lowest possibl
in both English and Chines
ss.-.wald Sldjj., Hcr.clulu, T. H.
-t & fc "k
LOST Bishop & Co.'s Sartngs Bank
Pass Book No. 12S5. Fladsr will
pleaso return to Bishop & Co.
WANTED To H, -ae fic white Dia
taosd rings; also fine opai riass; rea
sonable ptidf.- Watch np&lred oa
time. G. Dktr, watchaaier and Jew.
tier. Fort su near Hotel, ia Prwcott't
WANTED Girls to do laundry were
Apply Sanitary Steara Laundry, Ki
watahao and South streets.
WANTED Two siogle geatlenra de
sire rooms and good table board.
either in house or cottage mmr. aratt
not be far from business portion of
city. Expect to remain peraMseaUy
if satisfactory and rates reasonable.
Address A. B.. RspabUcaa OOc.
A splendidly furnished room tvlia ex
cellent board for two gvntleaten.
Centrally located, every conve
nience. Apply at this oiBce.
FOR RENT A furnished cottage of
seven (7) rooms oa Klaa street.
For particulars, apply thte oOlce.
ROOSIS FOR RENT Helaa Cort
Private Hotel,, oft Adam's Lane,
near Elite Building. 'Phone White
3161. H. II. Levy, manarer.
TO LET Delightful roomy bath tubs,
with either hot or cold water, and
every improvement and conratihtnci
known to the modern age. At
Silent Barber Shop.
TO LET Newly furnished double
parlors; also rooms, Beretaola av.,
FOR RENT An eight room cottas
on Youus street. Apply J. A. Mv
goon, Magoon building.
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON the
premises of the Sanitary Steam Laun
dry Co. Ltd.. Mnrmion and South
streets. The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and bath room. No extra
charge for hot and cold water acd
electric lights. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the preraiiKM to J. Ligbtfoot,
(Successor to CHAS. SEYDONE.)
Designing and Gilding.
Advertising a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
hum QIiqui Go,
j Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Large Importers of
Flour, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables.
WHOLEcALE AND RETAIL.
120 KING STREET."
P. O. Box 972. Phone. White 801.
WHYKOT BOT THE BEST?
I COSTS NO MORE
Blue Flame OIL STOVES
Sold -wits Gcir&aleir
Kerosene and Gasoline
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co. lib
Bc5inesa taea will tell joa
that aa ad ia Th Republic-
an brini good results be-
cause the peopla r.ad it.