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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN", SUNDAY, JAXCARV 19. 190.
-' COURT TAX
Opinions in Eleven Appeal Cases
Were HaDded Down
VlUITfl UITTED CTTCnD nriTJIvr1
KAMALU MAlltrt btl rUlt HtAfllflk,
WILL OF LATE ROBERT R. HIND '
FILED FOR PROBATE IN J
Pnrxvtu Worth Almost a Miiiun
Drtffars Left to Widow, Sons, !
Daughters and Granddaughter
Management of Property Left to
John Hind Court Notes,
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jnase numpunt. r-y "T-1 1
,n " RWBa' ZTM "" ". . ::
a ween iron ae Mmar, .nf.
thm b hA h4 little doubt that h
M MBd to heur the matter, but '
. .. .ii . .v. ui .a iIia!
wZZZlS 2, ge it out c7 he
uaprcw Aax. 5- "". ,
The writ of maadamus w ot
IsuMd M Jude Humphrey took
jadldal knowledge of the decision and J
took ap the case without enice of i
sack a writ. I
Supreme Court Decisions.
i ae aapreme ww. u
tie-ren aciioni! yesi'rany iiwimus,
in cnaet. appealed from the Tax Ap
peal Ceurt. Associate Justice I'erry
flhUMjnted In a number of the caies.
The decisions are aa follows:
M. S. Grinbanm & Company, re
laraed at $12442.52; assessed at
1S442.S2; valued by tax appeal
conrt at amottnt returned; value
placed at $130,000.
C. K. C. Rooke. land at Honaaka-,
ha. returned at $20; assessed atj
$15,000 and valued at $2,500 by taxi
apfeal court; appeal by the assessor plaints in the suits for fishing rights
sustained and the property Is valued j brought against the Territory by Vic
at X2S000 ' lorIa Ward and the Kapiolsni Estate.
Kaptalanl ICetate: 4.2.t acre iouth
el' of Wilder and Maklkl streets.
rtturaed at $8,200. asscftstMl at $21.
000. valued by tax appeal court at
$3100; value $ 10.000 ; 11,325 square
fret north corner of King and Ala
kea streeu. returned at $30.00o. as
esed at $40,000. valued by tax ap
peal eourt at $30,000: tax court nfiirm-1
fed; 162.61 acres Mokauea. Kalihi.
Teturned at $60,000. assessed at $300.
000. ralued by tax appeal court at
57.200 : tnx appsal court afilnut'd.
S. C Alien. 1S acres at Maklkl re
turned at $60,000, assessed at $90,000.
valued by tax appeal court at $77,000;
ix court aOlrmed.
Nuuanu Street Property.
A. Hocking, land and buildings on
northwest corner of Nuuanu streets.
returned at $40,000. assessed at $75.
000; assessment sustained by tax ap
peal eourt: tax court affirmed. Jus-)
tie l'erry dissenting and placing'
.k.. .t tic jen !
Antone Manuel. 15.SO0 squara feet
north corner Nuunuu and Pnuahi
.--.. u,...nnj tin nnn c---ji
W V-C. Ht v v. - J
a $,000: ralued by appeal court at! tol. which on the night of January 2 -" ""- """" ""UB
Sia.Ofto; nnftl of BMWor BUbtalnrd ' struek the Ornv Island Ttenf. offi trieS' there are uone "moreplc-
aud luatloR placwl at $24,000. Perry I
dissenting In favor of $15,000: 45.990
square feet. Pauoa, returned at $t..000.
assessed tt $S,600, -nlued by tax ap
peal conrt at $6,000: affirmed.
May A. Graeme, 12 S50 square feet
subject to lease, Kaahumnnu and
Queen streets, returned at $30,000. as-
. sunaan t1.i ,v tv r,
peal iourt at $20.00: valae. $ 15.000. j for the Treadwell mine, on Douglas; Capta,n Gove of the Gerarl & Tob
Land at Pawaa. istanil. ami during the vovnge a ew ail(1 at 9 'c,ock yesterday morn-
John II Estate land at Pawaa. ro-l j.tronc southeast wind prevailed Ev-ju,K a dozcn nssters boanled the
turaed at $40,000. asse.se.1 at $7o.000. j wl vessel.
valued b tax appear court at $.0.000. ; . 0 . . ther pt , As Captain Gove pointed out to
-alue $60.XKK). Perry dissenting m . Januar - en. the weather set In
fhvw of $40,000; 402 acres Pawaa. Uk, with a high sea running, and at; Uu" bo- h J- C- A- there
1 Ktarued at $2,000. assessed at $5,000.1 2 tun. the reef was struck. ' an "" cresting question which any-
hf Ux appeal court $S,000. afflrmwl; "The boats were Immediately low. one wouId naturally ask Where does
SOfO acres Bwa pasture land.. return- ered and kept in readiuess on the!thls ,arse carpo of sugar s to?
ed $24,000, assessed $40,000, tax ap-j oort side. All hands remained bv the' Whal is the destination of each par-
1 -alue $40000. affirmed.
John Pulasi, 4 acres at Kaliht.
iuraed at $1,500. assessed at $S,000.
dSelZg LTvorVoor --S oT CapUIn M. em. The curriculum of a man
"?:: Campbell afe; 2C.437; Iny onlered all hands to the boats.! --r sea was gone over and, af
aqonrefett at Hotel and Fort streets. "The first boat to get away was an inspection of the galley and
iWarned at $76,000. assessed at $150. lifeboat No. 4. with fourteen men. castle, the boys were Invited to
m, tax appeal court $129,534, value
M.ti. i'erry uissontiug in ravor oi.xo. 2 was next, with four men. In
$12&664; 5 21 acres on Emma street. ,,hnr!rrt nf TMn, nffirer n o. White.
raraed at $3000 assessed at 7!Chlef 0fficer Smlth was wshed ov.
tM, tax ccurt $.0,000. affirmed. , . ,. ... ... M, . . . . ,
.lulls 1C nnil Jlort-r A tliinf 1 - .
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cru ai iwiiei, remrnca at i.'w. as
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Stsm at S4.S00; 2-3 of an acre re-
. Sk Anl k an jrt !
bath' valued by tax court at $7,200.1 "The last seen of Captain Mcintvrv soods over wh!ch flIes the American
aairmed. j Pi:ot Roberts. Chief Engineer Vivian. ' -the American sailing ship.
Left a Large Estate. , Swond Engineer Edwards. Oiler i
Smith & Lowls yesterday morning HurlbuU Sccond Steward Roemw! Another Vessel in Trouble.
tJ4 for probate the will of the law . , ., ,. 0, mivntenn T, n tu-
Kobert R. Hind, disposing of an es- nnU Seaman Sllva prcpai! SA FRANCISCO. Jan 9.-The
taU valued at about $500,000. also' !n to leave the ship In a boat, but It coasting steamer Luella, which left
rn'tJtkmlng for the appointment oft Is thought that "their boat was carrl- here last Saturday evening for Cas
olia Hl3d as administrator without, ed down by the suction when the par. nearly went down while pass
lds. i ship slid off the reef and plunged to t Ing out through the Golden Gate. The
Robert R Hind died In November he bottom. Some honre later the Cot-' waves broke over her, flooded her
Ut in Kohala. The last will audj cjty pjc); up we oat contain-j fireroom and carried the small coal
testament was executed lu San Fran-jln, fourtcen men, and aiter cruising Into the bilges. The coal choked the
v'UrSmci'to "rebate Si some oherpmp. and the vessel had to come
that city where a large proportion of, 3t- she thea w to the sccae of pack tQ Tt- The pumps were clear"
thn propertj- is situated. I tae 'r. but found no vestige of ed and she sailed again for Caspar
The Saa Francisco residence is left ' either the ship or the boat contain- Monday morning.
THxnrwi ni sz.uuw. as?tss4M nr .riim. :
to -tie widow. 3Irs. Mary Hind, as
wU as some property in Kohala to
S geifcer with "an income of $559 per
mftath for tie rest of her life. Mrs.1
f Mary Hind, although her borne is in j
Twentv thousand dollars are left
to John Hiad and USJMO are set aside
! ta trust for Katie Renton, grand-
daughter of the deceased. The bal-:
aoce of the estate is beqaeathed in
'equal parts to John, Robert. George
."?iiJ2i"" " '"'"
j tsona ana uauiarnia rropcrijr.
! Tfc real estate in Kona is esti-'
j dated at $175000 and personal prop-,
j ty at JlSS.We. Th estate in Cal-
Uoraia consists of 40.0o0 real prop
erty and $10,000 personal property.
" ' recommeanea in me win mat
iUte partitioned darias
the life of Mrs. Hind and that John ,
renwla as ajsrof the ? "j
plantation of Hawaii, and that Georse
u. Hind remain manager of the prop-
, ertles in California and British Col
i whom, i
I la the event of the marriage of'
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euoer ot tae nansHi. a wmaow
either of the danshtew.
sura wfll he paW over to her t Enable i
jq Jn oom(on a6 she
(any be accustomed to. All the sons -
and daughters are named as exeou-1 1
tors and executrixes, bw. all have re-j
aoaitced except John Hind who eon-i
scats to act and whom the others are j
vfttfrw in hnto annnintm! without
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In the Federal Court.
Ir the Federal Court.
Ihs mnllnn fnr n npr trfal nf .
the condemnation suit against the
llnnnlnlii Plnntiitinrt Pnmnnnv in thf
United Stated Distdct Courl' by nh-i
inct Attorney uunne yestruay m?ro-
fcstee ordered thf case1""' "" " - -- -
submitted on briefs.
A!r nunnp vlll f
serve his brief on Hatch & SilHman i
attorneys for the sugar company, j
aHtht-i fliroo itnvs. ihnn thp Hpfend-1
! f- hrinf in renlv i to l ! on
him within three days.
"" ".-'.".: " .r..s.
of M. M. Kohn. a juror, denying the
allegations of prejudice in the afli
iiavlt of Captain Pond to the motion
for new trial, was filed yesterday by
Hatch & Sllliman.
Mrs. Carl Limburg by letter from
Germany has receipted for $4,235.94
tc John Ena. administrator of the es
tate of Julius Hoting.
Auoniey uenerai r-oiuunn t . umt
snswers with general denial the com-1
The Suprem0 Court yesterday
, morning heard the submission of a
i case between the Oahu Railwav &
Land Company and the Tax Assessor.
involving the liability of the railway
companj 10 tax. i. u. .uciiauanan
sat in the place of Cnicf Justice Krfar '
who was disqualified I
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fTU XTUfPT) DTJTCTAT TC
0 1 L AlULIl JJlUolUL lo
WRECK IN ALASKA
STRIKES ROCK AND GOES DOWN.
Bristol Bound to Douglas Island
Crew Takes to Boats Wrecked
Sailors Rescued by Cottage City
Two Men Lost Their Lives.
PORT TOWNSEND. Wash., Jan.
9. The tsearaor Topeka, from the
north, this morning brought the sur-
V Ivors nf tlio -wrcokoil s ton in or Tlr-
Gundes Island, "near Dixon Entrance. J
On board the Topeka were twenty-
one survivors of the crew of twenty-1
eight. Among I he survivors was J
Chief Officer W. Smith, who gives the
following account of the wreck:
The Bristol sailed from Ladystnlth,
nnom).nr ai -!n, inn c r mnii
jshlp until 6 a.m., when she careen-,
i el to the starboard and shook heavily'
'ii,ii.,in .i, ,... . ..n... ,
n charge of Second Officer Horgen.i"10 cabin where a Phonograph was
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. ". . . ,-, .
, ed up. These boats were carried at
'nil tin -i tiKP nnnr u-pn rnrr en at
the icrcy of the wind and
I . . -.. l. .11 .tH.
in zi nonnftt'SLLTir uircruLiuu. r
Ing Captain Mclntyre and the oth
ers." The Cottage City landed the survi
vors at Ketehlkan. where they board
ed the Topafca and were brought to
0X117114X11 I PTTTT'C
AT ALL MAUI PORTS
QUICK TRIP FROM NEWCASTLE
Steamer Eureka Quickly
Cargo at Kahului and Will Sail
for Seattle on Monday Vessels
Sailing with Scrap Iron Cargoes. ,
WAILUKU. Jan. IT. The schooner!"
James Rolph, Captain Edwanlsen.fi
arrjvej at Kahului -with a cargo of
US tons of coal, on Tuesday. Jan la.
46 days from Newcastle. Captain Ed
wardsen roports an uneyentfal trip
He spoke the Inca in a calm after
being out a few weeks. The Inc. a was
bound for Honolulu, and had ltfc
Newcastle before the James Rolph.
The James Rolph will probably start
itlc!irrn lior nnnrn th onrlv nart
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of next week.
The steamer Eureka. Captain Weed
arrived at Kahului on ThursJay
morning, sne was mei ouu-me oi ia
harbor by Pilot Eagliib. who steered
f with safety to her mooring. She
lmmdlatelv rnmmcncft to dis-charse
-" " ' -- o . ... t . ;n
t-verai nunarea ions oi scrap iron
which is being shipped by Robert J
Ionian. The Eureka will prob
Ieave for Seattle on Sunday, cr,
more likely on Monday morning
The schooner Stanley. Captain
Shmaltz..left Kahului labt Wednesday
morning in tow of the Tug Leslie
Baldwin. She is bound for Hana
where she will discharge the balance
of her redwood lumber.
The barkentine Quickstep. Captain
Mellin, went to sea with a part car
go of scrap iron on Friday morning
She e'eareri for Tacoma.
The bark W.R. Flint, Captain John
son, did not get away this week as
mentioned in last week's report. She
.m rHni,iv iMM nr. cnt,,r,in,- ;.ht
in tow of the Claudine. At least this
is the desire of Captain Johnson, her
The Antiope will be fully discharg
ed of her coal cargo either on Satur
day night or on Monday. She has
already taken in ballast in order to
keep her afloat, and the prospects are
that she will leave -for Oyster Har-
,,or 0 next ednesdav in tow of the
The n"drt.anI yiaym Hansen, which
if now at Kihei, will come around to
Kahului, to take on a load of sugar
for San Francisco.
SEE SUGAR LOADED
AT HONOLULU DOCKS
INTERESTING VISIT OF Y, M. C. A.
Go to Railroad Wharf and Visit the
Bark Gerard C. Tobey Captain
Gove Entertains the Visitors
llin.ll, Oil 4l ..-o n.f.Anl In.l...
turesQlIe or Jnterestln5 than "ie loart
ing of sugar on sailing-vessels at the
Railroad wharf. One of these water
front scenes was visited yesterdav
by a party composed of junior mem
bers of the V. M. C. A., under the
"l"""" ol Ml' r,t:u lou"s- n m"
aun ":l lvn icnnerea mem oy
The bo-vs were taken a11 over the
vessel aim everyuiinir was exDiamec
pressed Into service for their enter-
which the visitors
thankhis Cantain Govo for his feind
. m-t; rnt hnvlnfr n rvarif1 arfmirn.
. tlon for that carrier of American
Cream of Chocolate
A pure beverage of great benefit
to invalids and children.
YOU CAN GET IT AT
Tl P I I n I
inn i nmninrn urnnnnn
II IK hUl iUlbLG I I UuGOO
of repainting a carriace necessi
tates sometime: the putting on
of aa many as 16 COATS of
Lead Paint. Filling Paint, Color
Paint and Rubbinjr Varnish, and
only then is it ready for the final
that are brought to us go through
all this a"d more, the old paint
is burnt otf and every three coat
of lead are pumice stoned oft
smooth and when we let it co out
of the Shops you could not teil
it from a new one.
Bring in Your Old Looking
Chariot and Have it Resurrected.
W. W. WRIGHT,
Cube and Qrannlated.
PAIUFLTE PA1UT COS
Paints, Compounds and Bulldlnf
Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
Water-proof Cold-water Paint, in
side and outside: in white and
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for
sugar cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical Fer
tilizers and finely ground Bone
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed's patent elastic section
FilTEJR, PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen aud Jute.
CEMENT. LIME & BRICKS
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING GO.,
San Francisco, Cal
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Philadelphia, Pa., "U. S. A
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.,
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder"
JJevark, U. S. A
OHLARDT & CO.,
San Francises, Cal
San Fras cisco, Cal
Furniture Work a Specialty.
All Orders Promptly Executed.
SING LEE TAI
54 King Street
Honolulu, H. I.
Sim Wing Lung Co.
K. YAU TOUNG, Manager.
Corner Alakea & Kinc Sts.
FRUITS and FRESH OYSTERS
by avery boaL
goods Delivered Free.
CYLIHOEB PRESS FOU SUE
A cylinder PHt&s, in gooo
dition just the Press for a Weekly
. ,. . .
Paper. Will be soW at a Bargain.
AnnK, at RPPtlRLlCAN flPPICP.
WM. H. BARTH
1290 Fort Street. Near Kaknl Street.
P. O. BOX 50.
GALVANIZED IRON SKYLIGHTS
AND VENTILATORS. f
PIPE AND GUTTER WORK
Jsiiiiizg 2EdH spilling Prsip'ii j Iti! a i'dUi
HONOLULU, H. T.
r, t. ZCSKELI. E. H. -ATSOX J
RUSSELL & WATSON i
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-'
Cor. Merchant and Alakea Streets
Phone Main 323.
John A. Hassinger,
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses, etc
Removed to the
Offices of ilacfaxlane & Co.,
Fine Cabinet Photos Only $3.50 per
Gor. of Maunakea and King Sts.
! Manufacturing Jeweler
V. O. BOX 544
530 FORT STREET
DR. W. R, BOGLE
Room 18. Arlington Building. ,
CORNS AND INGROWING j
TOE NAILS EXTRACTED
JUDD & GO. Ltd.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Phone 223 Main
NICE . CIGAR . STAND '
Adjoining Hotel Stablee. j
Tobaccos of All Kinds. i
Cool Drinks On Ice. i
HOTEL STREET, j
Opposlto Hawaiian Hotel.
FIRST CLASS TAILOR.
CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned and Pressed.
Adjoining Hotel Stables Opposite
French 7 Laundry
505, Ccr. or Bereiaala Ae. nd Pancfcbowl St,
Ml Work Done by Hand
Lacs Curtains, Silk and Glove
Gleaning a Specialty.
S&J32rIE Sr CO.
Metropolitan Hleat Co., Ltd
108 KING STREET.
G J. WALLER, - - - Manager.
Wholesale, and Retail
THE EAGLE SALOON
GEO. J. CAVANATJGH, Pxop'r.
Always on tap.
Punchbowl and Halekaulla Sts,
Beretania Street near Alakea.
fort Employment Igency
(JAPANESE AND CHINESE.)
King Street, r : : Cor. Alakea SL
Cooks. Walters. RerrantA. Hecsp i
con-jBoys, Garden Boy3, Stable Boys. snp -
t plied at a moment's notice.
Contr2cter3 requiring nea can ob-j
1,1. .t.-. .k.nk ..; '
tain them thronzh us.
E. I. Jartan's
Is Still On.
THE advertiser's best friend Is the medium through .v
which he obtains the biggest returns for his money. J
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 verv handsome
handsome enough to attract the eye of the man to whom it ""
is sent, no matter how busy he may be. A booklet hand-
some e"nough to do this almost always costs from three to V
four cents apiece. There Is the mailing to count in (two
cents a copy, of course); there is the trouble la getting a list
of names, and In addressing. Altogether the cost will figure "r.
up to about seven cents a copy for a good booklet. Two -J
thousand circulation In a booklet Is very large. Two thou- V
sand circulation at seven cents is $140. I propose to show
that you can invest $140 In newspaper space and got returns
five fold of what you would get through a booklet.
Newspaper Space Is Valuable
In the first blace, there is the cost. For $140 you can get y
a good sized space in a newspaper of good circulation for
Quite a long time. You know your newspaper rates; you can v
figure it out to suit your own Instance much better than I "
can. So much for cost 2
1 Alow for Effectiveness
You must tell your customers how much your goods are
going to cost. An advertisement without a price Is like meat
without salt it will do you no good. How can you put
prices in a booklet when you are doing a strictly retail busi
ness? You have competitors; you have to change your
prices constantly to meet theirs, and to meet other exi
gencies. The first change of a prlco will kill the effective
ness of a booklet, and where are you? Your advertisement
In a newspaper may be changed as many times as you de
sire. You are constantly up-to-date.
Any kind of a newspaper has more circulation than you
can obtain through a booklet for $140. Newspapers roach
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 who do not know you. you
would be putting yourself face to face with them without a
guarantee. They have nothing to judge the qunlity 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 as
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 13 not to be de3plsed. You
have a certain fluctuating trade, which Is always valuable,
and which needs some sort of an introduction to your store.
This Introduction the newspaper gives you.
I Good Paper Adds Dignity
You are ln.3Wll by the
and If your ads appear In a paper whlea holds Itsolf up bo
fore the masse? as a leader you will be known as a patron
of what Is good, and you will obtain trade from those whom
It is worth trading with.
, On all scores I consider newspaper advertising by far
the best. On the score of cheapness; on the score of being
able "to constantly change your announcements; on the score
of direct and immediate returns; and on the score of being
introduced to people, to strangers, as a store which can af
ford to announce its news to even one In a dignified and
straightforward manner, and this is the manner which brings
trade that pays.
The above article, written by one of the best-Informed
advertising men in the country. Is In line with the business
policy advocated and maintained br THE HONOLULU RE
PUBLICAN. His description of a good newspaper and Its
superior merits as C2 advertising medium Is distinctly appli
cable to an essentially reliable ani dignified family paper ot
iarge circulation, such 33 THE RLPUBLICAN.
r iarge circulation, sucn a3
The Union Express Co.,
! Office with Eveiing Bulletin
! 10 King Street -:- -:- Telephone 86
We move safe3, pianos and fnmitare.
VTe haul freight and lumber.
' We sell bLick and white sand.
We meet all incoming coast steamera,
We check baggage on all outgoing
J W. LARSEN.
j Board, .$4.50 per week
! Meals, 25c Each
PRIVATE R9SM FOR LADIES.
ET2STTHING NSW. CLEAN and
fThP DflDHlar PcfaHranh
B'.thel Street, nack o' PostoSce.
company you keep, you know.
New York City, v
ths kpubuiuan. .v
Choice Wine3, Liquors and Cigar
RYAN & DEMENT.
Northwest corner Hotel and Nuuoa
Honolula Brewing and MaKJs
Draught and Bottled Beer.
King street, opp. O. R. & L. Co.
RYAN . DEMENT, Prop.
Ntmana StreeL Back ol Club Stables.
Flne Bath Hoose.
Fine Barber House.
Fine Imported Ctefars.
Fine Boot Polish Stand