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THE HONOUXU REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 15, 1002.
JOE ROSA IS
FM THE Ml
(Continued from Pae One.)
W. hot that If there were aar 1
Aestfoas of there having been font
ptaf tae death certificate abound be j
Ater tae laleiriew with Dr. Slog -
Dr. Alrarez aecioxi loanw,
h aelbf jMaic tae deaU eer
. u -,
Examinee the Body.
mt Max. oa Moaday Dr. Alwex
-nnt uaJa to the Rosa BOWe aad
3Baiad the body of Jeaaah Roa. s ed aad tried to wake him every few
Tie body bad beea laid oat The minutes. She djd not ask George
doctor sakf that be carefully examtn ' Joe's bead. Sbe staid up with
AH tae rarioa. .cratcae on tbeUoe. until be died "about 5 o'clock
aadr xHiHar cbe cat ow the llt Monday morning.- Sbe did not know
Ceatale. bat aading aotblog which led euier ueorge eau ...jaro -- tOTitorv where no.one should be de
lim to aaoftoee that any wcaad was' band In their quarrel She lid not j -
aatrtoai tAhav reaaked In death know that her husband was jealous Pml or m ireeuom. u im
SaM5-?JS taaThelnlr & of George. She had not seen George foundation of liberty and loving du
al t cat .on the forehead. He did; 9 Joe with any weapon. George zenship that gave to Oh.o her admis-
aot probe the wound aor did he feel'
. witk ate fingers.
Tae doctor teatiSed that he then
felt Jfcat be was between two respon
pfbflfUes. He had either to give the
raaae of death as nearly as he could
Msertata it and jKwsibly. by so do
fag; allow a crime to be hidden, orj
aaa xo accaae persons ior no suwn
,eo of Mg committed a crtni.M.KjKlEy MEMORIAL FUND WORK
A tae aenucaes aw not seem iu
aoiat i any ialblp cause of death
ae isade a tllagnoal: by exclnslon, ar-
riving at tae conclusion that the man I
aat died as the result of alcoholic.
Or. Alrr teidiflfel "tfint h took'
ilrt, Joaeah Ko6aasd and question-, form committees to go out ?nd can
ed her as to what sh knew in re-'ss amiAig the merchants -and the
jpird to tbe tteath of her husband. ! schools.
m. Ho., diri not seem to he very! Mr. McCandless reported on behalf
amen overcome with grief. She said j
taai she was afraid her husband '
voald attack her and for that reason
ana ran away wnmi men.- as uu - l:
. --t..- .- ... .... I
ate between the two brothers.
After questioning the woman Dr.
Alrarez returned to his office and
signed the death certificate, giving
alcoholism as the cause of death.
While eamlnlagthe body the doctor
aad noticed a lottle of witch hazel
the compass or putty knife.
Dr. Alarez was asKen ir it was
possible to determine a death from
ataaaolfcnn without holding a post
mortem examination. The answer
was that he bad arrived at this diag
onals by exclusion, by reasoning by
the symptoms that the cause was
aotatag else and therefore must be
Dr. Alvarea had aever attended
any member of the RKosa family be-
r nun ii? hivi vipiivii iae ia-1
dent the latter did not pp-nk :it any;
ate. U coukl not be aroused.
Dead Man's Son SpeakJ.
Iouie Uicaard Rosa, the young son
of tae dead man, next gave his tes
Ifmony. He said that on Saturday
ulgat his father hud wattled to beat
ah? mother. He bet-auie frightened
aad ran away to his grandmother
who was staving with a .neighbor and
spent the night there, returning to
the house about 7 o'clock on Sunday
aHM-alng. When the trouble startea
Saturday nicht evervhodv was more i
or lea. aadex tae Influence of H,,uor
He aald he dlda't . George strike
ais fathwv Wben he came back homo
a Saaduv mwilg hte fntier was in '
H lie m Wod He li"!
a(Tald his father would get up and
wise a row so he went away to plav,
coming back at 1 o'clock for dinner.
His father was still on the bod.
The boy went to church that nlght-
Lated he went with George to get
lae doctor. He beard the doctor ask
his mother where the blood on the'
..... r,. , ... t
aNH came irom. ua aaiuruay iucni i
foehad heard his faKier say that he
would "fix" George.- He did notj
kaow the reason of the trouble be-:
tween his father and uncle. Ho did
not know why bis father wantod to
2bat his mother.
,f The Widow Tells Her Story.
- Mrs. Joseph Rosa was next called
Ikad sworn. She ami deceased had
beeH married over thirteen years.
"Taora was trouble at the house ou
niSatardaV night. Joe -ordered her
mother and tae caiMrcn out of the
-aoase. Taar went. Joe tried to hit
( vlf M'UhAnl arliianf nrc Kl '
.aecause he genemlly acted that way
""Vhea draak. George was home. He
vrns outside. George and Joe quar
eled. The woman, afraid, ran away, j
Sat saW she did not know what took,
" ptac wntil 1 o'cloek Sunday morning j
-waa sae nuurned to the house. Sh. i
baaril Joe ask for her and heard Joe i
accuse his brother of hiding his wife
U bed. He saw nothing or!14 o nuy a goou sue ;um mive it.
worn blm. Gtorgc r&Ued hor and j tjes breaking out afresh every min- j were elected at the annual meeting
said that Joe wanted to see her. Tho ute. j of the Bank of Hawaii, at the bank-
-fconian was outside In tho .yard, shej The Casinos again captured .thehng rooms In the, Judd building- yes-T-oaU
not go in. She was afraid to i house as did Flatt and Sutherland. tcrday morning."
entor. George went oat into the yard Arras and Alice, the St. Onges. Sa- Those chosen at the meeting were
to tH her to go in She would not j i(,nj0 and Bunth. and Rndd. Xot that as follows: . President. Chas. M.
As George started bak up tho steps the other acts lacked their meed of! Cocke; vice presideat. P. C Jones;
ae was mot by Joe who struck I sonlause. bet the humor of the house ' cashier. C. II. Cooke: assistant cash-
.fieorge.. G.eorge then struck Jo? and
"Jrsocked him down. George wont In
and closed the door. Joe drtnandad
that the door be opened. He wanted
to sleep. George opened the door
on tb promise that there would be
ro mare trouble. The woman afU'r
wari went in. She noticed no scrsteb
on hr husband's forehead. After that
they all bad some ber.
.Thought Something Was Wrong.
Then there was more quarrelling
and the woman went to her mother'?
and staid until 1 o'clock Sundav tides filling the Orpheum every even
Eornlng. Thee she noticed Georsc's I !ng during the engagement here.
! face had been scratched. Joe va3
' lying In bed. She saw the compass ,
1 and the potty kalfe on the floor. Had
ncrer seen it there before. Thought
husband bad taken tfcra from canras '
bag in their room. "Was afraid hef
would use them aad bid tiwm in the
fen'-e in the yard. Sa saw Joe's j
forehead cat and bleeding. He sat;
op aad asked for -wine. She gave t
to hits. No other words were spoken
bv Joe. The Hawaiian. Keawe. call-,
ed SaBday morning and was later or-
dered oat by George. George did not
ftrike her. They bad been together.
Later in uie oar ene inea 10 wukb
joe tat coaW not. This was 5 p.
- S1?r- " '.fTS 1? I
.was goiac to happen aad at It
o'clock a&ed George to get the doc-:
or. &ae sat oy wrr hujiu m. -
,. , , . j !..-. .r. I
"a,a ino reni ol tUL nte ' wun.-u s
The McKinley Memorial Finance
Committee held a meeting at the of-
ce 0r Henrv "Waterhouse yesterday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Chairman
Henry Waterhouse stated that the
mismess or mis mewing wouia oe io
of the committee that several sites,
aa aircanj ueL-.i visiien a"u inai it
was the intention of the committee
It had !
LIJ V151L suterui IllUIf? I UIU'.
- . ., . . . . i
been deiinueiv oeciued tnat me mem-
orial should be in the form of a play-j the McKinley memorial t-una tnrougn
ground and the aim would be to get this Society.
a site which would he easily access!-j "3. That the secretary be instruct
ble and which could be put into good' ed to inform Mr. C. M. Cooke, chair
condition at jiot tco great an ex- man f the general memorial com
jicnse. About 525.000 would be neces-1 mittec, of the action of this Society.
.. ... i t.- . i. .
n"e out ana it was .ur. .Mcuamuess-1
lvnlicf Mio hnt cntii rrnlrl ntlil nilfht '
belief that that sum could and ought'
to be raised here. I
Different Committees Appointed.
. . . .
The different committees which
are to canvass among the various
ciabse oi uie cuj were men appoint .
ed by the chairman. The committee (
to work among the merchants is com-.
puseu Ol lue iuiiumg uifmucm.
Messrs. McCandless, Chamberlain
lite committee on acnoois: uev..
,le. Mackintosh. Mr. Dyke. A. M.
j Smith, Mrs. Frazier and Miss Felker. ,
J Three Chinese whose names will
be handed in later, are fo form a
committoee to work in the Chinese:
Y. Saga, C. Shlogawa and Y. Ki-
ntura constitutional the
John Lane was named as chairman
fir the Hawaiians and it was decided
that he be allowed to select his own
J. D. Marques and A. H. Vierra
"...... " t. . . I
tetuute uie t'ortugitese commtttee.
, ," "--
ed to se,ect a committee consisting
?ne f 1,0r1Of eaCh ! the ath,e"C!
t.uur. m iuic vu m cih iimuiis i"c,
During the meeting several sus,
gestions were. given as moans for the,
i raising of funds for the memorial.
Among Uiese was one that the pol6 !
club play a game at Kapiolaui Parkj
t ,,.,Ia ...... t.1t.. ,.11 t!n1.rttf- n IU.'
"""" - ,rtU w st" l'7" ,lu u"
game. It was also suggested that an
,,,,, , ,. r, , , ,
given some uight at the Opera House.
FIRST NIGHTERS ATTEND AGAIN ,
.. , .. ,,,
Favorites of the Company We Es-
tablished With Honolulu Audi-
ence Change of Bill Tomorrow
Night and Matinee on Saturday.
The -vnil Smu.n nf thn Wn- ilV
Entertainers was equally as large an l!
entbusIasUc as the first. Many of 1
the first nighters, indeed, again cc-!
rupled their seats and appreciated in '
double measure the performance
without the strain of new whimsical!- i
ieanea esneciaKv towards these
There will be a change of bill on (
I Thursday night when many of the
principals will make a complete - Macfarlane and C- H. Atherton.
change. Professor Powell has a fish. ""
pole act that is said to be inexplica-j Ir aCil r3- Robert Shaw of Chi
ble. A bargain matinee is also an-j cago have just sailed for southern
nounced ior Saturday afternoon. Europe, vbere they will start upon
The program is throughout even!
superior to tho first of Lee and Real's
companies and will undoubtedly
score a great success in Australia
(Continued from Page One.)
leges and universities of tae first de-
sree. 41 of the second degree ana J
professional colleges. This makes a
. jotal of 9T colleges, wbica send out
Lj,asees of people, not onlv through
, T7nUad Slates it alt throagh the
She her repre
nted by missionaries and teachers
3'4 ,,, ..,-
of men in Asia and Africa to show
-The foundation of all these dates
back to 17S7. when the bill was passed
that all territory northwest of the
Ohio river should be set apart as a
biou 10 me umuu. uuU n. JO Un ..
foundation that we have built our
1 great educational system which is
now sending out men as a blessing
! to all the world."
Contribution to McKinley Memorial.
After this Miss Carrie Castle rend
ered a splendid selection on the pia-
v.cu a.v-... .. ,--
submitted the following
"We, vour committee, to whom was
i referred the work of drafting a suita
ble expression of this Society npon
the matter of a memorial to the late
President McKinley, do report as fol
lows: "1. That this Society pledge itself
to raise the sum of $500. as a con
tribution towards the erection of a
McKinley memorial. That the sum
of S1C0 be set aside by the treasurer
of the Society as part of said $500.
"2. That the individual members
f this Society pledge themselves to
, ... c,i rnni,iht;nnc n
"'" " k-
And your committee would fur-
thor recommend the adoption of the
"Ilesolved. That It Is the sense of
the Buckeye Club of Hawaii that the
m. ,,.,,,. ,pmnrini wnili,i hp a
Matue Qf the ,ale President McKin-
Jer erectea ln some puuiic piace or
',. jn tbc cUv of Honolulu, but
wnatever may be the fin:ii decision
of the general committee will in no
wise affect our contribution or our
earnest efforts to assist in the final
nmt ...,nll nf e;tnhlp memorial.
"EDWIX S. GILL.
"WALTER C. WEEDOX,
E. S. MUCKLEY,
This resolution was unanimously
a(loptetl bv the members of the club.
The Buckeye quartette again gave
a few selectious when refreshments
w. re served. Mr. Bowen announced
tart invitations were on hand from
Mrs. Henry Waterhouse and Mrs.
Charles Atherton inviting the club
tQ hold inCftinss at thelr homes. It
Ided to .b.old the f,rst
at lne home or -Mrs. Atnenon aim me
after that at Mra. Waterhouse's
residence. A vote of thanks was
tendered by the members of tae ciun
to Mr. and Mrs. Bowen for their en-
lertainment cf the club,
Many Ohioans Present.
t,c nt i-c nih'c mPPtins?
., -0ii0vina:r Mr. and Mrs.
Detilsun. J. W. Francis. Rev. and .Mrs.'
.. . ..
W. Westervelt. .Miss came castie.
r, f.,n m nnhinenn 'oitor
- ''" -' -' "" --
N. Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Skin
uer. Rev .and Mrs. E. S. Muckley.
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua K. Brown, Ray
mond C Brown. Joshua K. Brown.
Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Given. Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Gill. E. L. Thornton,
Miss Mamie Duff. Mr. and Mrs. U.
L. Whitney, Dr. Garvin. Mr. Smith,
Miss B. Johnson. Miss Clara Zeigler.
51555 Ma Zeigler, Walter C Weedon,
j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams. Mrs.
J. Yardlev, Prof. J. H. Amme. Mr.
m"llbokgr MiRS Vo Mlss
D Rodgers. -Miss McCrackeu. Miss
Albright. D, G. Sims, Mr. Davidson
BANK OF HAWAII.
. . . J , M.
Annual Meeting Yesterday and Offi-
cers for Ensuing Year Elected.
Yestervlay was a day of annual
meetings for several of the local
banks. Officers for the ensuing yearJ
art-"ier. F. C. Atherton. The board of
directors will consist of the officers
and the following: IT. Waterhouse
H. D. Tenney, J. A. ifcCandless. F.
the most extensive automobile trip.
ever undertaken, including a journey-j
throagh northern Africa in a new
be-fcutonioblbj now being constructed for
thfa in - Paris. The tcur will cover
more than3.Q00 miles.
R0Y1L STEAMER MOAM
ABRIYES FROI SYDHEY
Moana Has a Very Gccd Passage.
Purser Bendali Reports Warm
Weather at Sydney Moana Will
Sail fcr Victoria at Noon Tcdav.
The Royal Mail steamer Moana,
Captain M. Carey, arrived off port
shortly after C o'clock last evening,
and docked at the Quarantine wharf
at S p. m.
The Moana left Sydney December
2dth and Brisbane on January 2rd.
Purser B. B. Bendali reports a good
passage over, with flue weather and
light winds. When the Moana left
Sydney the heat was unsupportable
and the thermometer registered 104
degrees. The passengers we.-e glad
when they arrived on the Pacific
zone where cooling breezes refreshed
the warmth of the tropical sun.
The Moana carries but few passen
gers, among whom are three for Ho
nolulu: Mr. Stephen X. Jones, in the
first class cabin; Joseph Hargraves,
in the second and James Stewart in
the steerage. She brings 300 cases of
gin and 1 case of saddles for Hono
lulu. The Moana will sail for Vancouver
at noon today.
Besides the people stopping at Ho
nolulu, the Moana carries the follow
ing through passengers:
For Vancouver First saloon: Dr. E.
E. Hyde and wife. Messrs. F. W.
Flanagan, H. de Pencier Stanford and
wife. Second saloon: Mr. A. Chandler
and wife, Mrs. Sorensen, Mrs. TJtley,
Miss Crawford, Miss Dineen, Messrs.
T. Rx, J. E. Gibbs. J. A. Cullen.
Steerage: Mr. and Mrs. Williams and
infant. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper and
child; Messrs. Chas. Clarke, Edward
The Longshoremen's Labor Union
Club will hold a meeting at the-Drill
Shed at 7:C0 p. in., for the election of
new officers and the transacting of
A prominent Montreal clergyman, the Rev. James
II. Dixon, Rector St. Jades and Hon. Canon of
Christ Church Cathedral, writes: 'Termit me Jo
tend yon a few line to strongly recommend
xEr.iir Davis' Paik-Killkb. I have used it with
satisfaction for tliirty-flte years. It Is a prepara
tion nhlch deserves fall pobl'c confidence.''
A sore cure for
Two Sizes, 23c and 5ftc
.There U onlv one PahvKillerriPerry Davis.'
00 HOT BE DECEIVED !
Drink no substitute for
the pure juice of the grape fruit.
Carbonated only by the
Soda Water Works Go., Ltd.
Sole Agts, for the Territory of Hawaii
601 Fort St, Honolulu, T. H.
TeI.7Maln. Island ordars solfclted.
Importer of Products . .
Provisions and Wines . .
Cor. King anil Smith Streets
THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE
COMPANY OF HARTFORD
LIFE 1CGIDEHT HEALTH
AGENT TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
403 Judd Building.
Fort fiplijient igency
(JAPANESE AND CHINESE.)
King Street. : : : Corv Alakea St
Cooks. "Walters. Servants, House
Boys, Garden Boys, Stable Boys, sup
plied at a moment's notice.
Contracters reqairlng mea can ob
tain them through as.
Engiiieeriog and Consfrnction Co.
KOGMS 5CS, C3, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
Ail classes of Engineering "Work solicited. Examinations, Sur
reys aad Reports made for any cjasi of Waterworks. Steam aad
Electrical Construction. Plans and Specifications and Estimates pre
pared, and Construction Superintended la all branches of Engineering
Work. Contracts solicited for Railroads, electric and steam; Tunnels,
Bridges, Buildings. Highways, Foundations. Piers, vTharres. Etc
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to' Examinations, Valuations, and
Reports of Properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEG, H. Am..Soc. C. E.
Engineer and Manage.
V. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
3IS TO be give:ii.
Q)'JFMI TO- SJjJUT
Come and see the Watch, Boys!
It's a Daisy Stem Winder. limiting
Case, Sterling Silver, ttt Standard
for selling the most papers
PLAIN, PAINTED and
Iwalvami & Go,
The Oriental Life Insurance Co., Ltd.
The Home Company
Issues all modern forms of policies at the lowest possible
rates. Policies issued ia both English and Chinese
HOME OFFICE: 301-302 Star. Ger.wa!d B!da., Honolulu, T. H.
Robert Grieve ;jj
Publishing Co ;j
Tees all kinds cf Commercial jnd Job Printing at the low- S
est rates. f
Recent additions have been made t3 the mechanical force
which enable the Company to turn out' orders promptly. In rail- f
--...-1 .i ,.! .. . .. -m.t :tl.. ...Ult.t.-
ment in Havaii.
lc annth.p K-h f 4i a, nrrua'lv. ft!if n niu nffUnU
attention to. Our bindery is the most complete in Honolulu and fa
the large amount of w-orfc. alA-zys en hand attests to the excel- .
lence of our bindery. ik
If you want any kind of Printing or Binding dzns ysu should , .
patronize us if ycu desire flrstJass work. jfk
Tfie Bsbert Grieve
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f 0 THE MOST Enter-
i' prising News Boy,
who disposes of the
most papers of . . .
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durinjr the month of
won the GOLD WATCH
up to Christmas Day.
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fwa; 23 otnit per lime pr xrdr 35
KitU per tint txo Ketts, end 50 cr4
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WANTED To e, ae fine white P;a
ffiond rinss: ako fine ayal rinjs; re
sonsble pric. Watehe repaired oa
time. G. Dkt, watchauilcer and jw
kr. Fort st, near IJoteL la rmcwU'j
WANTED Girls to do laaadry worx.
Apply Sanitary Strata Laassdry, Ka
waiahao aad South streets.
WANTED Two single gaattaawc d -sire
rooms and good table boi-.
either In house or cottaga aaar. u :
not be far from business portion . !
city. Expect to remain permaa-ntV
If satisfactory aad rates reasonab
Address A. R. Republican Ofic
'A splendidly fnrnlshcd room with cr
i cellent board for two gaatleni -Centrally
located, every o " -nlence.
Apply at this oflice.
FOR RENT A furnished cottage I
seven (7) rooms on Kiaaa strr. L
For particabrs, apply this office
ROOMS FOR RENT Hren3 Court
Private Hotel, oft Adam's Lane,
near Elite Building. 'Phone White
3161. IL il. Levy. mannVer.
TO LET Delightful roomy bath tubs
with olthsr hot or cold vrater, and
every Improvement and convenience
known to the modern age At
Silent Barber Shop.
TO LET Newly furnished double
parlors; also rooms, Boretania ava,
FOR 'RENT An eight room cottagt
on Young street Apply J. A. Mv
goon, Magoon bulldfng.
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON the
premises of the Sanitary Steam Laun'
dry Co.. Ltd.. Marmion and South
stret'Ls. The cottages contain 4 roonj.
kitchen and hath room. No extra
charge for hot and cold water and
electric hchts. Kent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J. Lightfoot,
(Successor to CHAS. SEYDONE.)
Designing and Gilding.
Advertising a Specially.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
Iiuen Chang Co.
Manufacturers of All Kinds cf
I.arge Importers of
Flour, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
120 KING STREET.
P. O. Box 972. Phone. White 80'.
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Blue Flame OIL STOVES
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Kerosene and Gasoline
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co. Lid
Business sen tell you
that an ad ia The BepubUc-
& an brings cood results be-
can the pcopl ru it.
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