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JKpttldUUHo U6IU5 Miuuu iui?
ti Appeal to Send
and to take such further proceedings
.. itm.onirTTAV ic ElTcn r" tW aHM as maT consistent
JfH TO JUfilSUIUiiUri lb rlltU(Wisk the views expressed ia oar de-
Icteion aforesaid, so that complaint!
(S- .t ,in mo , ci.i c
OF GOING TO THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA
IMMM-Ig Divorce Matter Returned; "Hereof fail not at your peril, and
. have you then aad there this writ.
.Utwerved Accompanied by SomCj ..Wllngs j. Honorable W. F.
Warding Which Does Not Credit j Frear, Chief Justice of said Supreme
, . , . .. J Conn of the Territory of Hawaii, this
. rUwail With Being a Part of the q January Qf
United States Other Courts. J C-Hr Lord, One Thousand Nine Han-
t dred and Two.
j "HENRY SMITH.
Tie Kamalo case came up before J cJerk of the Supreme Court. Terri
H& HajrBr yesterday morning; tory of HawalL"
b a Hosioa to set the cave for hear- (
. ........,.; Plea to Jurisdiction.
K Ol OTe WKnw. iiwt.'i
HaoheyiU.rpod a pl , ai;ainK the!
jUiiuKuva 01 ib Mii. jrwvj
steied ttot the proceedinio la the
MugKtmut Conrt were not a part of '
the record of the ce and that a pro j
forma rating in the record was desir-!
d br the deftndanu. from Judge,
Hanphrey-8. on the question of his
.. 1 .. ,.!.. r . -
Jartodictiou. the purpose of getung
MSh rwllag In the record being to
the point for appeal to the
United SUte Supreme Conrt. ,
Jadge Humphreys said that he was '
ready to carry ont the order of the
Ttrrftorial Supreme Court to the
tfct that hear the case. To keep The cases of C. Brown, administra
te record straight, however. Judge 1 tor. against the Equitable Life As
Humpfereys said be would allow time .urance Society, exceptions from First
for the preparation of the plea and . Circuit Court. Whiting & Robinson for
lb Matter was uoatnoned until Sat-' ulalntiff and Hatch & Siiliinan for de-
orday morning when a date for hear-'
fag wfll be set. ' '
Writ of Mandamus Served. 1
The writ of mandamus Issued by ,
the Territorial Supreme Court, or-iand A. Schllef et al against Joseph
feting that Jadge Humphreys hearlciark et al. appeal from First Cir
tt testimony in the case, has been!cujt judge, Andrews, Feters & An
senred on Judge Humphreys. The) drade for plaintiff and Russell & Wat
xrtt fe a long one and ends with the on for defendants-appellant were nr-
rder that the case be heard, as fol-1
-Whereas when the hearing U
appeal was reached In this Court, the 1
f.f-rf.i. rf.Bti . motion to this
,, , .. .
conn praying tnai mis raue ne rc
jnanded to a Judge of the Circuit
rVrftiA ftirtkai haarittv lrf
Wl" "m "
7? xWtr!!l S! ePty Sheriir Albert McGurn makes
a.d decided by this- Cor remand ng, made
rttTualiaClrcSr w Uh ' V d,,,Bt rch f?r the de-
Hous to recelTe such evidence as may
mere umirr n- ihcbiihik. 'u
Mu nlokdlMKR mnA for such further
uu ,or m-. U
proceedings may be pro,er. And
-Whereas oh the 17th day of De-
eember A. n 11. the plaintiffs by , J
ihelr attornevn appeared before you
it -.. ,... , 5s a part or or wneiuer tne tieienuani
peared before jou, g ,n Hau Qr noL R ,g n()t even ,
of procefdmg 'oaHoned whether defendant. In de-.
Rr the purpose
bearing of this cause uuder samj
itMMon of this Court, and
"Whereas at said time .and place
roa refused to proceed, with the hear
htg of said r in accordance "with
mmr said lUion and
Refused to Proceed.
Whereas, heretofore, to wit, on the
ISth day of December. A. D. 1901. It
appeared upon the complaint of L.
11. Dee. one of the plaintiffs in this
action, that you dtd refuse to proceed
vlih th hearing of said cause in
accordance with the decision of this J
Court, whereupon this Court at tne
taace of said L. 11. Dee granted a
rule reoulring you to show cause i .
any you had among other things, tsnj .
x nwmptory writ of mandamus from
tbte Court should not be awarded and j
issued to vou commanding you to re-,
c eiv sueh evidence as may be of- j
fered the amendments to the plead-.
fogs and to take such farther pro-
?? ,n W as may be,
CJMMteteat with the rtrws oxpressetl
t. said decision of this Court And
-Where at a session of said Sit-,
preme Coon held at Honolulu In Jan-
arj'. iWS. yoa certified and returned
so said Supreme Court together with'
caid role that the alternative writ ,
by this Court did not state
sttwdeat to entitle lii-
tfcmers to the rhf sought.
The Peremptory Writ.
'SoaoTrciaS X afo be,ns the BB,ar-v of he fancied grievances, surpasseth all un-
.!T!tarf ,' ',OT of lae monarchy and a demanding," was the parting com-
raodTtlTr holiday the Supreme and Ci,,ment of clerk Kalakiela. as be has-
yoa therein against the said rule be-'f111 Courts will be closed. Cases set . tened to the telephone In response to
fag ae absolat. and against thefor hear!nS today go over until to- a rfot ca mm a ,3 1
xwrdJnE and Issuing of the said writ morrovr niornlng. whQ wanted to know g con-ect time
of mandamus, aad upon consideration J Hamano Appeal Case. of njgnt, claiming his watch had run
ut ale argamonts of counsel. 3s well; The case of the appeal of Hamano jown
n your behalf, showing cause as j from the Board of General Appraisers; Th& Japanese wat. persmded to go
jfowsaid as on behalf of the said j at New York received a setback in .
plaintiffs ia support of the said rule the UnUed States District Court yes-; oack home and be gooo.
it vas coaeWerod by this Court that j terday morning as there was no tes- ; J"
roa had certified aad returned to the tlmony to hand from the Board. ' POLO GAME IN THE PARK.
aW Court aa iasutScleat cause for United States Judge Estee made a
lartag refused to receive such evl- ruling that he was sitting as an ap-N!:w Ex.MauI Tearn w, Pl3y the
dwc as might be offered under the, pellate court and could not take orig- Articrv Tomorrow
ameaameats to the pleadings ia said ! !nal evidence. The only evidence on Artuiery i omo row
ictfoa aad to take such farther pro .hand was a pair of Japanesamlals. ' The polo game between the Inker
eeedlags as raav be consistent with ,n exhibit of the articles over which , and the Lawyers, which was to have
the views exprasscd in the aforesaid,
ieefcloa of the Court and against th '
iwardlng and Issulag of the said wri
tf mandamus pursuant to the rule
foresaid ; and it was also then an.i
and ihere considered by the !
said Supreme Court that tfce psr-
emptcry writ of the Terrltary of Ha y Judge Estee a ienr isontbs ago
a-i issze rej jirng nd romtnaadns st-at Its rnllngs aad ether prcced--icii,
the ii Jdge of the sa d CIr- tegs bnt ao testimony
'uit C-urt First Jidlual Circuit, to Jadge Estee said that the Coirt
receive socfa evidence as may be of , coald not order a man to travel 7.H
fered adr the amendments to the , miles to take testimony concerning a
pleadings aad to take such farther ; pah r; shoes, bat said that an order
proceedings fa said cause as mar be ' "onM be made directing the Board
consistent ith the vHvrs expressed , at Xev York to sead its evidence.
ia oar decision aforesaid;
Must Receive Evidence
"ThereXore. yoit are hereby
, aaaded aad enjoined that immediate-'
;ljr atter the receipt of this writ, aad,
' wftboot delay, you proceed to receive
sch erideace as mar be offered na-l
; der the amendmeats to the pleadings
feet obedience aad due execatkm of
""- "- 0... MUUV. W VM ., WW 1
t this writ to the said Supreme Court
to be held oa the first Monday Sa
Plea to jurisdiction as been filed j
in me case 01 narvej it. mjichcock.
et al., against Frank Hustace, et al.,
the Kanialo case, wherein it Is said
uy respondent that Judge Humphreys
js n person disqualified from f urtner
hearing said cause, and it Is prayed
... ... ..... .. . '
tBat sucn order be made in the prem-
se6. as shau be appropriate to the
Pea meaning that, so far as Judge
Humphreys sitting as judge in equity
and at chambers has power in the
The Supreme Court.
readaut-appellant; the matter of the !
will of Nalimu Naoiwi. exceptions 1
' f- Trit i5frtilt Pniit-r foyrtrt f
LIU 111 J. WOl UHV.UII VUlllkf. .uuuuu .
1 X llUlllOUil 1U1 y l JJ7V74Ci. UtlU lViiuivj ,
T V r r c t 4r t yr rrrt ant iirJ TTtYl'nov
Ballou & McClanahan for contestants;
gned and submitted in the Supreme '
Court yesterday. The Supreme Court
will not s.it today, on account of the
legal holiday. ,
. ........ ,
1 nree unnappy wives
Summons has been returned unserv-
1 eu in tne suit ior divorce 01 Mice a.
II . tf nirninct T?i1nin T CZ nrvnnf 1
fondant but that be could not find '
him. within the Court's jurisdiction
,, from i.iformntlnn ho hnn learned 1
. . .,-,.,. ,,nc Ap,rioA fnr
".; ",- ;--- -;-; " "
llir UllllCU OlUlv.i Ul .1iUCl'V.i. .-.vu.
ing is s&id as to what country Hawaii
is a part of or whether the defendant
J)artlng f0r tho UnUed states of Am.(
erica, went to Waikiki or Washing!
Bryant is alleged to have deserted .
his wife in the latter part of lS99;f
anu sun is uruugiu un me
rrtiiTiil nf .
Attorney G. K. Wilder represents
Order in Divorce Case.
Judge Humphreys has issued an or-
der in the divorce case of Lahela
Kuaiwa against Kuaiwa. to the effect
that defendant pay ?3 per week for
the support or nis ue w .
'Dickey, her attorney .or Into the
Court at his option andt he W
$ti costs tlthin to weeKs anu tur
ther costs as they acorue heresfter.
and that within sixty days he pay
an attorney's fee of $25 to Lyle X.l
Amelia Aurndel has brought suit
for divorce against James Annulet, t
showing that marriage tk pltce m.
paia. Maui. June IS. 1SSS. ami that
Ubellant and libellee last lived to
cether in Honolulu; that they hare
six children from 12 to 4 years of age
and that libellee, daring the monti
of September. lS9fc wilfully aad ut-
terly deserted and abandoned libet-
Sumnwas la thb case has been re-;
tarned unserved. Robertson & Wihl-
er represent libellant.
r.enrte closed Todav.
he case arose. Tfte court nan raaot-.
tu order to the Appraisers to furnish !
the testimonv on which their ruling;
was made and also for one of them Jo j
i , rRfflrPo tn tafcp new evidence, i
The Board of Apprafsers at New
York, In response to the order made
The papers -will go forward by the
m-;T AAFlVfl TA)
IA VJL..Ll.l J X Ulb 21
' K J I K V A ( j ' K
i-ltU-Xlv. IV, S.J lb J.
FOUP POLICE STATION INSTEAD
JAPANESE CLAMORED FOR THE
RETURN OF HARD EARNED
Troubles Poised on Sturdy Shoulders
The Little Brown Man Would
Unload Them at the Central
Station House Galaxy of Mixed
Tongues Start Guessing Contest.
A diminutive Japanese, upon whose
1 shoulders was poised a large and ap
parently new traveling trunk, follow-
ed by a young and rather comely
lniK- frnrn th lanrf nf ,o MtL-nrfo
shambled up t0 the central polIc;
station at a late hour yesterday
evening, and. without removing the
burdensome load from aloft, both sec
up a simultaneous and boisterous
clamor, in which about the only word
recognizable to the officers and bv
standers was "Policeman. We want
Station Clerk Kalakiela, better
known as "Jack," sized up the ab
breviated caravan with increased
wonderment and surprise.
"Opened up a lodging house.
Jack?" was the comment from a passer-by
attracted by the somewhat
novel spectacle of a man standing in
statuesque pose with an overgrown
trunk perched in midair.
"Have they come to stay, and
brought their evening costume with
them?" vouchsafed by another.
"Perhaps you might find the Lu
beck mystery locked up in that
runk," suggested a third.
Wanted a Policeman.
xie uttlo brown man wanted a
poicenian and he endeavored to
, , ,. t .. ,
mixed English which nearly carried
the able-bodied officers off their feet.
At intervals the woman would take
a hand in the bable of strange
In a voice that resemWed the notes
coming from a fiddle with but one
string, the Japanese finally succeed-
cd in making it clear to the police
i. i. uj ,..u. .i. ,.
""" "v "uu wBi l" iiuu iv ai .1
. " -
unmese siore. anu upon taK.ng n.s
.....nhca l.rr,n J.o .llcnnvnrn 1 V,nt
!, ' ', ,
ln lts construction
further claimed tha
"-'-'-i'-- t- "-
that he had been told
by sympathizing neighbors that if he
b: ought the damaged article to the
police station the officers would at
once rem0llv ati oxistinc: evils and.
necessary; produce a new and per-
i font trtinV
Drunks Not Trunks,
"This is not a trunk factory," in-
terposed the smiling station clerk.
when the true state of things dawned
upon i,im. "We have storage capac-
itv fo a Umited number of drunks.
p"t trunks are not in our nne."
The ,ice had even eater d,ffl.
- m taan
in comprehending the object of their
After about a half hour's parleying
! the weight of the trunk began to as-
sert jf upon the stoical Japanese,
anfl u was remove(1 to a iowcr leVel
on sldewalk where
"Pn the man and woman sat down
and reflected upon the perverse na-
tare of pake merchants who sell dam-
aged goods and an unsympathetic
police department who will not re-
fHnd money or repair trunks.
. R - .
G0 Bac ana Be uooa'
"Verily the faith of the average
Oriental in the ability of a policeman
as an adjuster of nettv differences or
iu f-- -.v ;
Park, has beea postponed as none of
the lawyers would be able to be pres-
The came will be substituted, by one
bstweea the Artillery and the Ex-Maul
team, a new teara which has recently
been organized and which will play
10 an actual game for the first tme
The members of the Sx-Maui team
are C. H IKckey, Cbas. ChilHngTrorth.
Joba Fleming and Harry Copp.
The Artillery team trill be compos
ed of Fred. Waterboose. Robert Shin
gle, Lteateaant Hancock and C. H. W.
ITO REFUSES A PASS.
From the Philadelphia Satarday Eve
Marqais , Ito, the Japanese states
man, said while in St. Paul receatly.
that of all the American customs that
impressed aim as peculiar the free
transportation extended by the rail
roads of this country seemed most
v Wb said he, "should a railroad
give away tickets? Every bit of mile
age to them Is the same as a piece
of cloth to a dry goods firm. In Japan
everyone has to pay for his trans
portation. I never rode oa a Japa
nese railroad for nothing in my life"
"When the marquis and party de
cided to proceed East from SL Paul
over the Milwaukee line the officials
of the road extended to the disting
uished Japanese and his companions
the courtesy of the line and informed
Mr. Ito's private secretary that the
tickets and the private car would
cost nothing. The secretary was visi-
bIy embarrassed and shook his head
dubiously as he left the office 6f the
company to convey the startling in
formation to his master. Shortly
after Marquis Ito appeared at the
railroad office and insisted on paj
ing for the tickets and the use of
the special car.
"I have no claim to your esteemed
company," said the Oriental. "I
should not feel right in traveling over
your most excellent road without
paying for the great pleasure."
And so the Milwaukee "officials
were obliged to carry the marquis
and his party over their line in the
same way as if they were just plain,
A Cure for Lumbago.
W. C. Williamson, of Amherst. Va.,
L. S. A., says: "For more than a year
I suffered from lumbago. I finally
tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it
gave me entire relief, which all other
remedies had failed to do. Sold by
all dealers and druggists. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Yesterday's Market Quotations at the
Thursday, January 17.
STOCK. Bid. Asked.
C. Brewer & Co $ StflO.OO
Sachs Dry Goods Co 90.00
L. B. Kerr & Co 40.00
Hawaiian Ag. Co 270.00
Hawaiian Sugar 2S.50
Honomu . 130.00
Honokaa . r 10.00
Kahuku . 21.25
McBryde 5.00 G.50
Oahu 96.50 9S.00
Ookala S.50 9.50
Olaa assessable .... 4.50
Olaa paid up 12.00 yl4.00
Pioneer SO. 00
Pioneer assessable G5.00
Waialua 55.00 5S.50
"Wilder S. S. Co 100.00
Inter-Island 5S.00 C5.00
Hawaiian Electric 105.00
Oahu R. & L. Co 90.00
Hilo R. R. Co.. 6's 100.00
Hon. Rap. Transit 100.00
Oahu R. Sz L. Co. C's 104.00
Oahu Plan. 6's 101.00
Waialua Agr. Co. C's 101.50
(Successor to CH AS. SEYDONE.)
Designing- and Gilding.
Advertising: a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
THE TRAVELER'S INSURANCE
COMPANY OF HARTFORD
LIFE J.CGIDENT HEALTH
A. C. bOVEKM,
AGENT TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
483 Mi Biding.
EngineeriBg and Construction Co.
ROOMS 60S, 5CS, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
All classes of Engineering Work solicited. Examinations. Sur
veys' and Reports made for any das of Waterworks. Steam and
Electrical Construction. Plans and Specifications and Estimates pre
pared, and Construction SEpsriater.ded in all branches of Engineering
Work- Contracts solicited for Railroads, electric and steam; Tunnels.
Bridges. Balidtags. Highways. Foundations, Piers, Wharves, Etc-
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Examinations. Valuations, and
Reports of properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AHWEG, H. Am. Soc. C. E.
Engineer and Manaoe-.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
IS TO BE SIVEINK
OPEN TO MJuJl
Come and see the Watch, Boys!
It's a Daisy Stem Winder, Hunting
Case, Sterling Silver, J f. X Standard
for selling- the most papers
Leading Straw Hat Manufacturers
ALL KINDS OF STRAW HATS
MADE TO ORDER.
HATS WASHED AND PRESSED.
Largest Stock of Ladies' and GertV
Hats in the city.
iTralvami & Go.
The Oriental Life Insurance Co., Ltd.
The Home Company
Issues all modern forms of policies at the lowest possible
rates. Policies issued in both English and Chinese
HOME OFFICE: 301-302 Stanaenwald Blda., Honolulu, T. H.
Pees ait kinds of Commercial jr.d Job Printing at the low- 4t
est rates. '..
Recent additions have been mads to the mechanical force
which enable the Company to turn cut orders promptly. In rail- "f
road and olantatlon work we excel any other printing establish gJi
ment in Hawaii. i
l BINDING OF
I 3Rflthr hranrK rt H 3 rirr-ratv ffraf iv nj farffila-
attention to. Our bindery I- the most complete in Honolulu and fm
the large amount of work always en hand atteits to the excel-
lence cf our bindery. A
If ycu want any kind o' Printing or Binding done you should .".
patronize us if you desire fi-ct-ciass work. gk
j- The Robert Grlsve
f0 THE MOST Enter-
i- prising Xews Boy,
who disuses of the
most papers of . . .
Che Honolulu Republican
durinr the month of
won the GOLD "WATCH
up to Christmas Day.
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
GENTS" FURNISHING GOODS,
JAPANESE SILK and
COTTON DRESS GOODS.
Polsig Co., Limited. !
JcilZ 5 inttricd at 10 CKtt a Jt fint
fwa; 25 tt pr Ii pw Kttlj 33
cents per Iin Jico tctckj, ni CO eff3
pr k(K ptr nontX.
WANTED To msfl, te doe waite Da
rsasd riars: al fine opal risfs; ttx
sonabte pricie. Watche rtfiaJrrd oa
tixe. G. Dwtr, waicaauilKr aad J
ihr. Fort t. near Hotel, ia Prwcott'
WANTED Girls to do laundry w't--pply
Saaitary Surara Laundry, K
vratabao and &MUh streets.
WANTED Tvwo 5l&gl gatfaaex de
sire rooms aad good tabJ board.
eithsr in hett9 or cottage naar, ksm
not b tar froa. businss portion o
city. Expect to reaata pnaaoailr
if satisfactory and rat rsagpgaM.
Address A. R, Kepoblicos. OOe.
ROOMS FOR RENT Hefesr Court.
Private aotel. Adam's Lawr, rooas
with or wkboat board. Phost
White 2491. Ji. M. Lvy, Mannr.
A splendidly furnished room vrHk
cellent board for two" gwtlmw.
Cantrally located, every cow
nleac. Apiy at this cSce,
FOR RENT A fnrtsbed cottai ot
sevan (7) rooms oa Klaau street.
For particulars, apply this ofiko.
TO LET Delightful roomy bath Utb.
with either hot or cobi water, aad
every lniproT-ment aad coavealeace
known to the ntodera ape. At
Silent Barter Shop.
TO LET Newly furnished doe bis
parlors; also rocme. Beretaaia aTa
FOR RENT An eight room cottmzt
on Young street. Apply J. A. Mv
goon, Magoon bulldtng.
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON the
premiss of tin? Sanitary Stcsm Laa
dry Co. Ltd.. Marmma and Swuh
streets. The cet taxes contain 4 reostn.
kitchen and bath room. No extra
charge for hot ad cekl water al
electric lirhts. Rent rasMible. Ap
ply od the preoai to J. Lighttoot.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Importer of Products
Provisions and Wines
Gor. King and Smith Streets
LuEn Chang Ed.
Ianufactur?r3 of All Kinds of
Large Importers of
Flour, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
120 KING STREET.
P. O. Box 972. Phone. White 301.
WHY HOT SUT THE BEST?
IT COSTS NO MORE
, sfv riir.r." rs
Blue Flame OIL STOVES
( ioMwita Gcirsat
Kerosene and Gasoline
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd
Business men wiH tell yon
that an ad In The Republic-
an brings good results be-
cause the peopli rsd It. -" $