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THE HONOLULU REUBLJCAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, iop2.
ed oa that basis. The opinion of ex
W A PT? YHT U A K Prts here is that NastortiHin Is the
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RAN AFOUL OF IH00U0IS MARINES
UtflON AND NON-UNION AGITA-
IN POLICE COURT.
"Swset EmsHa Renewed Her Ac
qvatoiance With Favorite and
FaciiUar Haunts "Rheumatism
Piays a Return '
Blq Docket. '
A. half docen sailors belonging to'
utc lroqnols tailed to put is an'
afjeearaace against FUmsaa McKay
C the Maai yesterday morning kn
the latter was arraigned upon the,
chern or assault and battery preier
d hr ialta coanected with the(BUe weat fdrward to thc cot in!Faciic
The txvaMe arose Moaday erealas'
.. .vT " i .
vhlle McKf was stromas w? "
watertroac He fcil in with tbe men
from tbe lroaaots.'and saU Ulk led
to owrked dieinces of opinion.
The oBeers at the central station
OKWt fell ow themselves when Mc-
Kajr. who is a little fellow, was
hroocht into the place by a big PO -
Maa. and followed by several niuKj
marines, who declared in concert j
that McKay was a bold bad man.
.hi bed the oalceT not Interfered.,
McKay wonM hare done severe .bodl-; H. M. Somonllle. one of the Board ,
. v- iin n.mt wMrinriAf Anrwrainarc tr taVo such further i
ij nm in iw 'v -- "
like a HUMS MB M lUHgitw m u ..
Little Man ' Warned.
When the case was called before ,
Jadae Wilcox In tbe police court yes
terdar morning, the Iroquois contln
-. -a ..i.Al.. kM.akf liaitor rtf t
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their action In having McKay arrest-
. .1. ..u . .;n-r aolnst
him. lor want of sufficient prosecu i
tloo the defendant was discharged .
sad caotloned in future not to assail ,
wore than a half doaen men at onejtl,e Federal Court yesterday, number
eN swoop, especially if they are sev- 12S provIdins that Monday should be
eral slaea larger than the McKay , . motlon ,lav and that sucn
taadard. McKay promised to b.
wed sad to curb his warHKe spim.
Tbe Union and non-Ualoa agitation.,
which has been goinn on for the past :
wek Rmong the sailormea. did not,
.w. nif manifest in vesterday's .
cession of the police court. All
cases in which warring seamen were
interested were postponed until to-
Some Small Fry. j
Wiwl, charred with assault and
battery on Kauaaol, a Hawaiian ivo- j
maa. was sentenced to one month at
hard labor oa the reef.
Kojlmx and Charles Corney left
taelr respectlTe vehicle standing in
the streets contrary to Territorial
regulations. They were at.ed ?6 and
tbe conrt costs.
Tasaha. a Japanese who. It was
.aimed, had left his horse unfasten
ed upon a public sUreet, was releas
ed, noon want of sufitcient evidence
maKeana ana ivanisme. ..-,
Moaday eeeniag npoa (the charge of
atery. pteaaeo gumy aa r.-c-.
- - & . . ttl . - -
fines of $30 and ?S5 rwpectfvely. j
Old Faces In Jag- Row. 1
The Jag Rote" abounded la a pic-i
U.restu? assortment of offenders.,
aatOBf which were many old familiar
faces, "sweet Bmana" aeme tae
aofe impeachment that she was up
rqarloasly drunk the night before.
Plaally admitting her nndne iatlniRey
with strong drink the maiden of fad
tag summers stated that her celebra
tion was confined to the limits of her
Rheumatism Jack" also respond
ed to his name when the roll was call-
ed. Jaek greatly deprecated the fact'
that an wtteeUag Territorial govern-, departure from Hawaii nel on exhi
mnt had neglected to provide an ' j
eleVator far the transportation of;
prist aers from -the coort room oa the
.aor to the tanks la & base-1
it of tbe citv bastlle. His descent
to the dmtgfon of despair was at
tended by many a touching twinge of
Water Flume Issue.
TJs a&fraooa seaaloa was devotedi
Maaalf to the De Bolte-Wa Hoe as-i
caak. ease la which the right and title
of irwaier flume were placed at lasne.
The charge alleged that De Brlte
rfstted the premises of Wa Hoe ae.
by a dmpiay of force, compelled the!
oaaaahifnant to desist in repairing his
Aam. A.-G. U. Robertson looked Sfejf a newt straw hat; when doing
stter An De BoKe latwtrsu. while W. eer. In spite ri al 1 the - c,rt( Ja at G h an ave
A. Kinwy foaght the logal baUles of rtnderod tor JJU1- nua
the ChltSe. The land In o.ne.Ucn JJ-J. a glas The A,ona Saloon. , furnlsW of descrip
IS loeated In Kaneohe, jdowa ? " l'oa orks' , Uoa and strIe always In stcck, a
Jttdg Wilcox refused to hear the For fresh meat and vegetables , targh quantity of .Japanese curios
nr&mweats In th- case owlag to the patronize the Metropolitan Meat Co-, iwavaml & Co Hotel street.
" t the Tf?rritorial ive our discount sale is one of the $ gsndln
had dtelared all government offices wtes thal you can always be sure of - rtmefkhK our j
doaed et of respect to the memory! as atiag thorough and reliable in' wnr onlv cost vou S3.50 per
VI f7Bn rw". -v tr.uH
NASTORTIOM IS MADE1
THE DERBY FDYORIIE
NEW YORK. Jan. 10.-A cable to
the World from London says: v:hm voar GveSxare feeic5 sQre
The arrival of William a Whitney's aafl your sasS03 do not socm to reil.
Oerir candidate. Nasturtium, and the &(T "yXM aQy assistance, drop In "and
Wmrate precauttons taken for the see r. 'Ssnfonl, consulting opti
(omfort and safety ot the animal on clta, Boston block,
the voyage have -been the. leading f Contracts .taken ,pu all. kinds of
tjpKS In racing circles during the-a,ork aad carried out promptly. F. H-wr-ek
"Vigilant " of the Sportsman. ' Redward. Punchbowl street
the most expert of prophets, already
' glTes Xastartlani as first favorite for
tbe Derby sad bets are being record-
jg joyas animal ever seat over
rroa tbe UaUed States. His fine J
Mf" aBdfplel! " !
especially noted. Re has not been in
any way Injured by the voyage and(
,u been exercised daily since hi3 ar-1
at tinggins- staoie, .-sewmarKew
: ORDERS GO FORWARD
IN HAMANO APPEAL
IROQUOIS SAILOR NATURALIZED
Matters In United States
Courts Judg- Estee's New Or
der Demurrers Flled
Case Desertion Alleged.
Tw nfjlnaw Ikr- TTnlfA C(iad TtwIffA
the Sierra mail yesterday. One is,,Jw,a,H " ". "-V
- 'Pacific 210.00
directed to the Board of Appraisers' ... - -,A nn
. . . . ,
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deace in the appeal of Hamano from
their rnliag In regard to certain Jap-;
al-'anese shoes, ordering that the three,
United States General Appraisers on s
dfltj. at the Port ot Xew York state .
' of Xew York. ?do with all convenient
o thJg cQnn tfae Q
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The secoaa oraer a.recrs tne won..
"j" "rt ' j
evioeucu aa iuaj uv uotcsjoij uu
behalf of Hamano. I Ho R R Qo 6s
i Under the statute relating to theiTrnn n Tmn!if
naturalization of seamen. Chris Less,
a Norwegian, was yesterday made
citizen. He Is a sailor aboard the i
united States ship Iroquois and has
IJeen In the naval service of the.
United States for the
judge Estee adopted a new rule inr
; . ,ock
circuit Court Matters
John Kidwell. by
Robertson & Wilder, has filed a de-
murrer to the complaint of Frank
Godfrey, in an action to quiet titles,
saying that the complaint does not
state facts sufficient to constitute a
cause of action, besides being am-
bicuous, unintelligible and uncertain.
By his attornoys, Robertson &
Wilder, High Sheriff A. M. Brown
demurs to the complaint of F. "Lom
bard, claiming damages for false im
prisonment, saying that the facts al
leged, according to the face of the
complaint, occurred more than two
years beforu the filing of the com
plaint. Deputy Sheriff H. S. Ovcrend, of
1 Htlo, has made return of summons
Qn uofemlant in a libel for
,.,,,, ,. wm,n, k- Khm
UtkUlLU UlUUhUL J l . -
Desertion is al
"P. " """
VannJman to Arrive.
Aincng the arrivals oa the Ventura
will be Melvin Vanniman. the rhoto-
graphcr. who made himself welljcoughSi etc- weak stomach, indiges
kaown here by taking a number of tion. cramp or pain in the stomach,
panoramic views of different places j bowel complaint, diarrhoea and dys
oa these Islands. Vanniman haa entery. It has lost none of its good ,
made a contract with the Oceanic I name by repeated trials, but con-
Comnanv and will go to Australia I
where he will take a number of views j
for the company s use. TThHe the.
Ventura is In port he will have all
. -.rti.r.; h has taken since his
SPECIAL ATTB ACTIONS
A fresh shipment of Chinese silks
of U kinds last.oRsned.. Goo, Kim,
Naaanu strtFot. " -".
Stoves are a necessity in every
u...,u nn kv thflm nran.
you can buy them expensive. If you
f want a reallv ine stove for a reason-.'
'.hie nrice buv a "Michigan." The I
uci&c Hardware Co. '
tVtTiJ' WU. r. . uuiu".
i Light your store with- the new en-;
; closed type of Arc -Lights which are,
l proving sneh a success with cur zner-
ch&nts. The Hawaiian Electric Co.
A nice washing tlo. to be obtained
In any shade required, fcr small
money, at the Kash Store, Fort and ,
The best is always the cheapest In I
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Yesterday's Market Quotations at the
Taesday, January 2L
STOCK. Bid. Asked.
Brewer & Co ?o.w
Sachs Dry Goods Co.
L. B. Eerr & Co
Hawaiian Ae. Co....
22 .25 ,
. Hoaoma .
iKifaei . .
...... 192.50 1 Chapman, J
160.00' Christley, Thos
. 3S,CIark, Al
'wu ' Connon. Geo TV
Oaha . .
OfflA Tafrlf? ttn. .
t epeexeo i,u-w"
pioneer S0.00,Davis Mrs D D
ploneer assessable 65.00 Dawson, J G
Waialua 57.50 Decker .W S
Wailuku Dennis, Eva H
Walmanalo liO.OO ......' Edwin. Peter
MISCELLANEOUS. ' pench Ethel
Wilder S. S. ' Co. . . . 100.00 j Grewt, 'Henrv
Hawaiian Electric 107.50
.. , , n an nn
H. R. T. & L. Co.
. .,.'. ..- nn
i irsi .National iuo.uu
0ah R L Co c.s
a.Oahu Plan. 6's
Waialua Agr. Co. 6 s
Territorial Band to Play at Makee
Island This" Evening.
The Territorial band will give a
public concert this evening at Makee
Island beginning at 7:30. Following
h the program
March, The Crack of the Whip..Henry
Overture, Calif of "Bagdad.. Boieldieu
Selection, In Sunny Tennessee
(a) Ko Leo, (b) Milihai Fua.
Miss J. Kelliaa.
(e) Ka Inuwal 1) Kuvilhvili Iho Au
Mrs. IS. Alapal.
Selection, The Belle of Bohemia...
V Serenade. Love in Idleness (by re
Waltz, Walkiki Beach Berger
Polka, HIlo Bay f. . Berger
The Star Spangled Banner.
Yesterday noon Miss Ethel Keepers
and Louis Abrams were united in
marriage at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Crane, Rev. John P. Erd
man officiating. After a dainty wed
ding breakfast the young couple
went to Haleiwa Hotel wnere thev
will spend their honeymoon. On their
return they will live on Piikoi be
tween Young and King streets.
Pain-Killer, the old ?nd well-known
remedy has acquired a world-wide re
nown for the cure of sudden colds.
unm iu uccupv ii p.uimueui. yua.L.uu
i ii ..ii-i i i. (nntj
t ' "- -
pem. Dav,g. price 25c. and
Up-to-date job printing at The Re
publican office. Phcne 21S.
DIFFERENT BUSINESS IEOTTSES,
i the end, and when a house is known
'to carry reliable goods, it is best to
patronize it; see Hoffschlaeger Co.'s
I ad. on page .
Don't waste . money on a revolver
which you 11 probably hurt yourself
: telephone Blue 12U fcr a
watchman. Condon's Night PatroL
It is about time you bought your
R. Susumago. corner cf Mau -
nakf a and King streets.
vhea buying your groceries, re-
member Frank Aveiro's new grocery
ijeretanla street, near corner of Ala ;
Have a good man to repsir your'
anything in the line of water j
pipes, metal sheeting.
H. Barth. Star blcck.
Messrs. Russell &
etr rfnne. W
Leys and ccunsellors-at-law. ofner j
Magcoa bui'ding, ccrner Alakea and
A -list- of, the-nwoSicers-elected
by the Pacific Guano and Fertilizer
Co. is published In this paper else-
i Remaining in the Honolulu PcstofEce
' "f to. Janu 18-f.,9
Alien, Mrs Miner, Geo Jr
, Amine, John. F Mitchell. Lewis. M
Atkinson. H TV Miles, C E
i A3rres. M T E Morse, Miss L, E
1 Barnhelsel. Grace Murphy, Thos
Beaumont. Jnle Mcintosh. G
Bernard. Mrs S
McDougal, TV P
Pettus. T H
Pickard, Mary K
Porter, H G
Miss B. K (2)
Bowen, Mrs. G
Boyle. Mrs R A
, Dcuaie) , jirsj m. .nKanaaii, ia
Brown! Mrs JohnRenca, M C
Carroll, Capt F WRoberts, Clarence
, Cambell, M
Sanford. Mrs G H
Shoemaker. Mrs In
Smith. Jas K ;
Spencer, G R ;
Steele, Miss A '
Steward, Mrs C
Summers. Mrs A i
Travis, J S
Thompson, Thos j
Toyre, Thos E
Toemis, L j
Von Gunther, W j
Cole, Geo TV
' Collins, Mrs C A
Collins. Mrs K
Cockett, Mrs MollIeWarran. Thos
Cook. Chas A
TVard. Rud A
Walton, H P
Walters, Mrs G
Whitney. Sadie M
White, TVm D
White. Chas E
Mr and Mrs F
' Green, Mrs Porter Wilson, J H
, Hancock, Mrs E Packages
I Halverson. C (2)
Andrew, Mrs S J
Berry, H TV (2)
Brown, Clara L
Clark, Mrs M E
Cooper. F F (2)
Haber. J (2)
i Hall Mrs Maria
, Hines, Mrs F E
Howe, A W
Hogan. J G
jacooson, t reu
Connor, H V
Jensen, Mrs Peter Conrod, Geo
.Tonhson ATr Tiart Mrc "f
Judd, Mrs Bonnie Hight, Harry
Kennedy, Mrs A
Klitz, Maj Gen
Knight, H W
Lamb, Miss X E
Lang, John A
Lundohl, C B
O'Connor, Mrs N
Lewis, Master M Richard, Geo (2)
Long.Mrs G A
Simpson, Nellie E
Miles, Chas E
St Leon, Miss
Ward. Arthur F
Webster, A M
Wheeler, Mrs H
When calling for these letter please
ask for "Advertised."
JOS. M. OAT, Postmaster.
Call up I'none -in ann jet our ficures
on Bookbinding and Ruling. Republican
When the Clock
Every morning begins the race
San Francisco to Chicago
4 DAYS T0 NEW Y0RK.
offices:64i Market Street
Leave Market Street Ferry Depot:
9:00 a. m., 4.20 p. m., S p. m., 7:20
9:00 a. m. train is the California
Limited, carrying Palace Sleeping
Cars and Dinig Cars through to Chi
cago. Chair Cars run to Bakersfield
for accommodation of local first-class
nneconrprtL o second-class tickets
are n5nore(i on this train. Correspond
ing train arrives 7:05 a- nu daily.
4:20 p. m. is Stockton, Merced and
Fresno locaL Corresponding- train ar
rives at 12:30 p. m.. daily.
S:00 p. m. Is the Overland Express,
with through Palace and Toarlst
Sleepers and Free Recllnig Chair
Gars to Chicago; also Palace Sleeper
wmcn cats out at txesno. -orrespona
:K.. ;m I. mhSa.. n. CAA v. vn IIt-
I IU& UJ4U d.4AACd afc. U.WW 1. -. UtJ,
t :ru a. m. is BOKersneia ixcat, siop-
plns at all points In San Joaquin Val-
ley. Corresponding train arrives at
S:40 a. m.. daily.
OFFICES 41 Market SL, and Jn
Ferry Depot. San Francisco.
W. G. IRWIN &. CO,
Cream of Chocolate
A pure beverage of great benefit
to invalids and children.
YOU CAN GET IT AT
The Complete Process
of rt-paintinK a earruse necessi
tates sometimes the puitiuc on
of a many as 16 COATS of
Lead Paint, Filling Paint, Color
Paint and Rubbing Varnish, and
only then is it ready for the final
tint are brought to us go through
all this and more, the old paint
is burnt off and every three coats
of lead are pumice stoned oif
smooth and when we let it go out
of the Shops you could not tell
it from a new one.
Bring in Your Old Looking
Chariot and Have it Resurrected.
W. W. WRIGHT,
Cube and Granulated.
PABAFLXE PALNT COS
Paints. Compounds and Bullcl
Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
Water-proof Cold-water Paint, la ji
side and outside: in white and H
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 C0YERIXG,
Reed's patent elastic sections,
FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute.
CEMENT. LIME & BRICKS
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING f?0.,
San Francisco, Cal. i
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. A
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.,
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder"
Newark, TJ. S. A.
OHLARDT &, CO.,
San Francisco, Cal
RlSDONIRON AND LOCOMOTIVE
WORKS. San Francisco. CaL ,
. ' A'
Futnlture Work a Specialty. j
Al! Orders Promptly Executed. , ;
SING LEE TAll
54S King Street
Honolulu, h. i.
Sob Whiff Lima- Co.
K. YAU TOUNG. Manager.
Corner Alakea & Kins Sts.
FRUITS and FRESH OYSTERS
by every boat.
Goods Delivered Free.
cum pp m m
A CYLINDER PRESS, in good con
dition just the Press for a Weekly
Paper. Will be sold at a Bargain.
Apply at REPUBLICAN OFFICE.
Is Still On.
a" JTTHE advertfser's oest friend Is the medium through
$ -j which he obtains the biggest returns for his money.
; X One medium which is used by advertisers to a great
Y extent is tho circular or booklet. The circular or
booklet is always Ineffective, unless it Is very handsome
A- 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 enough to do this almost always costs from three to
four cents apiece. There is the mailing 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 3even 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 newspaper space and got returns
five fold of what you would got through a booklet.
Newspaper Spaoe Is 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 I
can. So much for cost.
How 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 vour
prices constantly to meet theirs, and to meet other "exi
gencies. The first change of a price will kill the effectlve-
ness of a booklet, and where are you? Your advertisement
in a newspaper may be changed as many times as you de-
A sire. You are constantly up-to-date.
The Newspaper Is Effective
Any kind of a newspaper ha3 more circulation than you
can obtain through a booklet for $110. 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 sont 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 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
vhat you say. Newspapers arc always particular as to whom
their advertisers are. (I speat 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 fluctuating trade, which Is always valuable,
and which needs srme sort of an introduction to your store.
inis introuucuon tne newspaper gives you.
Good Paper Adds Dignity
You are kxTWU fty the company you keep, you know.
'fi and if your ads appear in a paper whici holds itself up be-
' fore the masses as a leader, you will bo, 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 every one In a dignified and
straightforward manner, and this is the manner which brlng3
trade that pays.
. The above article, written by one of the beat-informed
advertising men in the country. Is in line with the business
policy advocated and maintained by THE HONOLULU RE
PUBLICAN. His description of a good newspaper and Its
superior merits aa advertising nv.dlum Is distinctly appli
cable to an essentially reliable an1 dignified family paper of
iarge circulation, such as THE REPUBLICAN.
; The Union Express Go.,
Office with Evenin? Bu!I?tia.
1 1U Eing Street
We move afe3, pianos and furniture.
We haul freicht and lumber.
We sell black and white sand.
We meet all incoming coast sf earners.
We check baggage on all outgoing
Board, $4.50 per "week
Meals, 25c Each
PSIYATE BOOM FOB LADIES.
EVEBTTHIXG NEW, CLEAN and
T;e popular Fjestaurart
Bethel Street. Dick o' PostofSce.
New York City.
vuoice viae3, uqnora ana uigur-
RYAN &. DEMENT.
j Northwest corner Hotel a ad Nno3u
Honolulu Brewing and Maltfc,
j Draught and Bottled Beer.
(Kins street, opp. O. R. & L. Co.
. j Depot.
RYAN & DEMENT, Prep.
Nunana Street Back cf Clab Stnble3.
Fine Bath House.
Fine Barber House,
Fine Imported Cigars,
Fine Boot PoKsh Stand.