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!55vSoSbtCAjN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1902.
Vitas given notice tl motion to modi-
ly the dec-ee of Jadge Gear awarding
tee distribution of the property en-
Liqnor Men Congregate in OkISjij-s;
hae EssUih Um. Social philosophy.
If tot deposit money In a bank and p- Philadelphia. Ballefcn.
leave It there for over six years with- ... . , . ..
out adding to It. drawing on It or deal- I , & aat good to
inir with It la jnr writ- !t ,tt7 nrH.,r ' to a Pa""-
the smme of limitations and ls lost to ! DoB't aft,d Xo Ieli ?w,r
yon forerer. 1 e11 TQ regard her expenses as a
Suppose yon bought a gold ring and ,' trl3e extravagant.
f the share bel-agtag to the widow and thom sayiag anything about pay- J31 T51 " aa"lMS
! that he abo collected from the eoeri ments ' delivery you turned round to 1 tered b BQaerbed person.
certain sm to be paid the aSani 1 examine a dock and a magpie few In ! DW you ever notice how caJliy a
land, beefees the retainer raestioaed anu cameu oa tae nar it would be -" " "o aKw .aa
per" cent on . J"001" ,os- ioa oM have to pay the ) assumes a paxroaujag air. ,
tko cii' jewtuer, soue ae neeu not Cite you , 3 " m laiwsuun way 5
IWid. F. Wilson Co.,
tfrely to th widow also to fix the
eocapeaeailoa which should be paid
to Attorney Thomas Fitch, saying ,
that he paid Fitch a retain er,or 5150 !
T f i that Fltra recehred from the court
rmt rt r.im , th- miniloa I "other rtn i you bought a horse 1 17 b3 regard brasqueaess as
of real estate beloarfag to the heirs ? f" r1nwlM for la the , dteaity.
of the deceased ' ITen,ns: , tJie stables were burned ; It costs wUe to ase a. sympa
i md the horse destroyed before you j thetic attitude toward oae in wis
FranV Brown's Will. , aUed. you would have to bear the con- , fortune.
The will of the late Frank Brows lequences. But if anything: remained t It is smosiDg to see men pose when
r' . j ww Sled la the First Cfrcait Coortj to be done to the property purchased forming part of a theater box partv
-LIOENSES OF'PRIMO JfllEATTIGKED!8tenlr- The Pe V , h seller would be responsible. Sup-! Did you ever notice how many
j cease, m. m. too turn, i& bbbw as iwsc ue uauencoh. to put a nan m tne men dtscass masic as an evidence of
- . , executor fo serve withoat bonds, i horse's shoe or suppose the jeweler j intellectual sapsrorlty?
AMCfTHER ALLEGED SILVA HEIR I Cecil Brown is made trustee. Certaia ! ?aid he would polish up the rin?. then J it is well not to notice the innuen-i
i items of personal property are be- J:e Joss wouia fall on Iilm, not you. does of a self-constituted moral cen
eeeatbed to employes and the re-, If you wrote from London to a miller J gor.
i - b 1 1 In Tlli?rl rtffnlnrt e -.-1t klm a m
' niainner oi uie estate, reai. personal " """" wnuiP u ; uiui a. -n&u , There is no use trvJnc to
or mixed is left to the widow. Mon of wheat at 30 shillings a quarter and ' with a woman 1,0 ls pedantic.
t ; day. March J. has bees set for prov-. ae wrote a letter accepting your offer '
Attorney Cownel Trvomas Fitcn s JB sa ujj . and posted It the same day, the con-
Fees are Questioned Crmmis- To Sell Stock in Hand. --...,...
now, ine leiier got lost, you conciuueu
Tee leading Plucsbers of San Fraa-'
Cisco, have decided to locate a per
manent establishment la Honolulu.
This will give the residents of this
city an opportunity of having their
plumbing done at reasonable rates by
the most skillful mechanics ia the
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
Alexander ta? Bui'dlng.H
OF FUNCHAL, MADEIRA,
IS HEARD FROM.
A Littfe Boy's Life Saved.
I have a few words to say regarding
cplt or uw C"
iml has remained a t
-fh always hegiw f
kJ from the wsek
Retainer Fee are Stated Will of
, .... . o-- . -
slons Charged by Him Above Hisi Motion tor leave to sen tne stoch.) Ujat he not goIn t05Uy aj j.on , Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
in trade or t&e late tranK lirown hasMld the arg0 t0 some one you ; saved my little boy's life and I feel
been filed by H. M. von Holt, tem- vrould be liable for damages to the first I cannot praise It enough. I bought
Frank Brown Filed In Probate. porary administrator of the estate, hnver. and the worst of it Is von could a bottle of it from A. E Steere of
J The stock in trade is situate in the get nothing out of the postmaster gen- Goodwin. S. D., U. S. A., and when I
j premises which were occupied by , eraL London Answers. 1 got home with. It the poor baby could
I Frank Brown on Merchant street, the I i hardlv hrpathp. T mw tTie m'pdfrlnp
business Tieing carried on under the j Hr rri Hard. as directed every ten minutes until
name of the Hawaiian Wine Co. The An old man in Georgia named Jack 'he "threw up" and then I thought
j, holy consUerailoii
k.- ber Westers s
-fc. f with her mot
- of Jsbs Christ
..- which reteais i
'. 1 knowledge of the
.:hrr fall of sllcJ
h . ;rC
-u con J B
30 p. J-
: p. av
1 plin Lowr1'
Bert . "i
-bar '"' - '
el by UJr
The beer war commenced in the
. United States Distinct Court yester
day morning, t ha local general liquor
dealers being jsagaared against the
Hoooiala beer 'JtSrssee.
The case shows ever)- alga of being
a hard fought one and one full of In
Jrfeet and knotty problems over
which astute legal lights may vent
their eloquence to their hearts' de
Ugnt. The liquor dealing fraternity was
generously represented in Judge Es
tee's court yesterday when the case
ws opened. There were big dealers
Jtd little dealers, men who make it
their business to see that those who
hare the money wherewith to pay
need not ga thirsty for liquid refresh
ment of exhilarating nature.
Attorneys A. G. 54. Robertson and
J. J. Dunne appeared for the plain
ttKS, Macfarlane & Company. II.
Hnckfeld & Company. Hoffschlaeger
A Company. Peacock & Company.
and L. II. Dee, while the Treasurer
of the Territory, respondent, was rep-! term
reseated by Judge Silliman of the
firm of Hatch & Silliman.
Tlie pialiitlffa In the case are seek
ing to hare declared unconstitutional
the Hawaiian statute under which
Territorial Treasurer William H.
Wright Issues licenses to sell Hono
lulu brewed "Prlmo" beer at $2S0 per
year, 'while" other retail liquor licen
set, under which other beer can be
W. post $1,000.
Treasurer Wright Testifies.
The ftrst witness called to give his
testimony was Treasurer Wright He
answered tie questions put to him
during an almost ceaseless fire of ob
jections. His testimony was to the effect that
the first Honolulu beer license had
been Issued by him on July 1. 1901.
He had issued 10 In July. 10 in Sep
tember. 2 in October and 3 In Novem
ber, making 25 in all.
When Dunue asked Wright about
the location of these 25 saloons. Sil
HraaR made objection and his objec
tion was successful. Dunne said that
he wanted to fhow that the places of
h plaintiffs had been surrounded by
mall competing places licensed by
th1defendant. as a way of showing
hw the plaintiffs had been damaged j
Wright testified that he had refused
$180 licenses to the plaintiffs.
He said that the plaintiffs wanted
estate of decedent Is said to be In- j Baldwin, having lost his bat in an old
solvent and the stock In trade is said dry well one day. bitched a rope to a
to be of the value of between $1500
and $2000. The estate including in-
aurance policy ls valued at $3500 or
Alimony is Denied.
Motion for alimony in the divorce
case of John De Greaves against
stump and let himself down. A wicked
wag named Xeal came along just then
and, quietly detaching a bell from
Baldwin's old blind horse, approached
the well bell in band and began to ting-u-llng.
Jack thought the old horse was com
ing and said: "Hang the old blind
uaroime ue ureaves was yesteraaj 1 UOrse! He's coming this way sure, and
denied by Judge Humphreys and uc amt got no more 6L.nse than to fall
libellant was ordered to pay libellee's m on me. whoa. Ball!"
attorney a fee of $50 and to pay S10 The sound came closer.
for expenses of trial, to be paid with-' "Great Jerusalem, tne old blind fool
in ten days. vvlll be right on top of me in a ralnit!
Whoa, Ball! Whoa, haw. Ball!"
f Xeal kicked a little dirt on Jack's
sure he was going to choke to death.
We had to pull the phlegm out of
his mouth in great long strings. I
am positive that If I had not got that
bottle of cough medicine, my boy
would not be on earth today. Joel
Bcmont. Inwood, Iowa.
The February Term.
Early next week a venire will
Don't Run Your Legs Off
S H A W All A IM S
EnffineeriDff and Construction U '
ROOMS 503. 509r5I0 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
All classes of Eagiaeeriag Work solicited. Examination S
vey3 and Reports made for asy clasj of Warwocks, Steam zz l
Electrical ConstractJoa. Plans aad Specifications aai B3Umt 7 .
pared, and Construction Snprisrteided ia all branene of Bagln - -Work.
Contracts solicited for Railroads, electric and staaa; T:
Bridges. Buildings. Highways, Foundations, Plors, Wsarres. Et
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Examinations, Valuations
Reports of Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEG, H. Am. Soc C. E.
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Jobbing; Promptly Attended to,
Importer of Products . .
Provisions and Wines . .
Leading Straw Hat Manufacturer;
ALL KINDS OF STRAW HATS
MADE TO ORDER.
HATS WASHED AND PRESSED.
Largest Stock of Ladies and Gents
Hats (n the city.
DRY AND FANCY GOT:;
GENTS' FURNISHING GIL
JAPANESE SILK and
COTTON DRESS GOODS
Iisrakarai & Go.
Gor. King and Smith Streets
Looking (or a Situation
head, and Jack began to pray:
"Oh, Lord, have mercy on whoa,
m gone now;
A 25owarin the REPUBLICAN
Will do the Work
cut for a grand and trial jury for the
February term of the First Circuit j Rnll! ' ' .'- r
Court, the term beginning a week , whoa BalL 0ur father who art in
., T?IJ lr?. !J "I" -""- Ball! -hallowed be thy - gee. I Classified AdvcrtUemenU in this nW
luc": "" uc l"'cc .. j"6 ""Ball, gee! what'll I do name. Now 1
the First Circuit bench during this j Iay me Uown to sicee. Ball!" Just
The calendar will contain ! n1f.n in foil mnw iirr "Oh r.oni. if
. . w.l .... vf -.wu.
nearly four hundred cases in all.
Another Citizen Made,
Francis J. Behr. a subject of Ger
many, was yesterday
you ever intend to do anything for me
back, Ball! whoa! thy kingdom
come gee. Ball! Oh, Lord, you know I
.. J was baptized in Smith's mill dam
! whnn Ttnll! lin" iinl mnrilnr' whnnT"
xcill be inserted at 10 cents a line first
insertion; 5 cents a line second inser
tton; Ai cents per line per week; 3"
cents per line tico tceeks. and 50 centi
per line per month.
rt .1.. TT..ta.l C..,.;. 1... TA -Cftim .w, .... mv. wt.. u.m.uv... .. ..
Behr is a second lieutenant m the LhoutC(1 a , u whch m, bt ,mye
United States Army, having served I becn Leart, tWQ mUeSf wbicb was about
uiifc jeaib. xi f is now ai Vyiiuiii jic
(Continued from Page One.)
as far as Jack chased him when he got
out Atlanta Journal.
DluJTi In the Directory".
If you pick up that Interesting annu
al, the city directory, you will find it
, filled with bluffs. Here ls a man down !
as a superintendent. You know be Is
, only the foreman of a labor gang. An- ;
other Is designated as a general mana- J
per. 'l liree or rour men are subject to
his "general" management, or, as his
5-year-old-son. who inherited his pro-
G Xewly-built Cottages.
1 Xewly-built Stable, 60 by 50.
G Fine Horses.
1 Xew Surrey.
1 Xew Hack.
2 Pairs Xew Single Harness.
I 1 Pair Xew Double Harness.
i tort St.. onnositp Hnnkfplils.
Iiuen Cheng Co.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Large Importers of
Flour, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables-
WHOLEPALE AND RETAIL.
120 KING STREET.
Box 972. Phone. White 801.
The Oriental Life Insurance Co., Ltd.
The Home Company
Issues all modern forms ot policies at the lowest j ..
rates. Nicies issued in both English and (
HOME OFFICE: 301-302 Stan aenwald Blda.. Honolulu, T. H
THE TRAVELER'S INSURANCE
COMPANY OF HARTFORD
cr two. so well was his ' Penslt-V t0 WulT. put It. "he's the head
singing received mnu ol uarce olULr IUUOWS- "Vl!r ou
J. Roseau next entertained with ' "" Jsf ,aTbm cba? wbo ,s given
Scottish melodies on the violin. He the P0""1 ?' or a "pnper
, ., , . . . , cf some political Importance. Don t
made the instrument speak most ... .. ' TT , '.
....... . . , , ,, ., , believe 1L lies merely a reporter as-
vitchlngly and proved himself worthy j tQ
of the applause he received. , h,n L wr, , carof ulIy a-
"The Land o Burns' was respond- . . man . h ,d f .
ea 10 nv ur. smciair.
"VVAXTED At once, G or 7 room fur
nished cottage for light house
keeping by couple with no children.
Must be centrally located. Apply
in speaking or css importance. This man down In
the land o' Burns, he said it possess-' the book as a merchant sells shoe
ed the most beautiful scenery on the strings and collar buttons In a cubby
face of the globe. He amusinglv re- hole between two buildings made avnll
latod many charming anecdotes" of aule when an alle-v fel1 int0 dlsuse
Scotland and the Scots, closing with ! 'me- Blau(lu.e' modt.s." Is merely
t srtli tMr nrrudn.1 ...ei .. i ...... ' Mrs. iiiank. uressmaKer. mating a
Territory under I censes at S-50 ner ,,0em S Ver" none ' French bluff for which she collects af t-
r TtSSi clainS thaf under Z bUt Scotchmen c0ld ndet.nd it , er tbe cuttlnK out and flttlng are doue.
"statute he could not issue a license A S0"& by Jhn C" Br0Wn' "Scot-Bnt what Is the use of picking them
for the sal of nnv hor r,n, thnt an "V was next enjoyea, as were out: j.ue uireciory is nneu wuu mem.
made In Honolulu, under the licenses also several encores.
soW for $250. D. Clark again delighted with aj
A. Hocking and W. C. Peacock also i vocal performance, after which R. An- J
called to testify. Peacock went over'derson recited "Tam o' Shanter." a
ma uics ior me last tnree vears.
WANTED To se", some fine white Dia
mond rings; also fine opal rings; rea
sonable prices. Watches repaired or
time. G. Dietz. watchmaker and jew
w. Fort sL, near Hotel, in Prescotf
WAXTED Girls to do laundry wor
Apply Sanitary Steam Laundry. Ka
wainbao and South streets.
WAXTED Two single gentlemen de
sire rooms and good table board,
either in house or cottage near, must
not be far from business portion of
city. Expect to remain permanently
if satisfactory and rates reasonable.
Address A. B.. Republican Office.
i Pittsburg Press.
Peacock and Hocking were recalled
in the afternoon. When court ad-i
jottrned for the day L. H. Dee was '.
giving his testimony.
Another Heir Heard From.
'Withdrnirlnsr n Juror.
One particularly amusing Incident
characterized Congressman Burton's
longish poem which had been thor- early experience at the bar. For some
The bagpipe selection by Piper R.
Macdonald Murray, he who so well
executed the Highland Fling, was an
immense success, the gathering slm-
reason it became necessary to request i
a continuance In a case In which he I
was counsel. After Mr. Burton had
explained why there should be a con
tinuance the court told him simply to
withdraw a juror and the case would
FURXISHED ROOMA splendidly
furnished room with excellent
board for two gentlemen with pri
vate family on Vineyard street
ittofnev J M Viva-; vesterdiv1 uvt?. wiv Suiuei.uS sui-wltbar.nv a juror and the case would
fralag fil-d'an affidavit in'the FlrVti P, glnS w,,d wlth patriolie and , m continued. For the moment
ClrPnit Court wade by another sup-
prsra relative or tne late Jose Anto-
i commemorative enthusiasm.
Land We Live In.
the young attorney was nonplused.
but after glancing at the court to satis-
hto da SHvh. an old Portuguese who The Rev. Alexander Mackintosh ' fr Welf that the judge was in earn
r . . . : .. ; ......... . .... , est he walketl over to the jurv lox
eyed the Jurors for an Instant and then
Grmly seizetl a large, portly German
was poisoned by some of ht own responded to the toast "the Land We
wtae la November. 1900. The newly! Live In." savin? that there was much
. j.... . . ..
tions of Sttcces iu St. T , """"' """ J"", iorsa Hawaii nei to remind one of the and endeavorwl with no little effort to
t. SO p. m.. Ksworth U bT'Th1 " L w 19 ! beauties of Scotland. He dwelt on drag him out of the jury box. In the
A setTlce; subj-ct, "A fe M toUows:
mr: 7:M. psWIc w "Kinisdom of Portucsl. IshtnH at
not; subject. "God's Madeira. Citv of Fuuchal. , j vrhst the meant to Scotchmen far
,. to the SstritvalLv I I. Jadatha da Sllva. resldlnc in from their native land and what
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A. G. LOlf EKIN
E. W. Jordan's
Is Still On.
AGENT TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
403 Judd Buildin?.
(Successor to CHAS.SEYDONE.)
CP-TO" D 9 El II D
Designing and Gilding.
Advertising a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
IT IS LIKE FINDING MONEY I
The Extra Comfort
The Extra Wear
(U nntutfftiMlrliU nml nfenflttac tnt f mflKt ff tht fPTiOml lniiTl tTlltM fnl-
these Islands, what they were and 'owed, the court came to the rescue of
i the ulscomuteu young barrister by ex
plaining ihat the term was simply
com always to alL
the Citv of Fuachal. Island of Ma-' Scotchmen had done for the Paradise j tbe dockeL-Saturday Evening Post
leira. being amy sworn, depose and ' of the Pacific.
C. A.?' a """ ! Attornev General E. P. Dole re-
- c-nJ.v afternoon .v "I ,s,Jac,atba da Silra- Msponded for "The Bar." after several j
" .?Mat!L?l! S f ." ?" f.J0.-:G Antonio da 511-1 by D w AndersQ3
lechulcal and need only be written on
Effect of Paternal Example.
Mr. Tucker, who sometimes goes
j gunning, was trying to teach Tommy
Rev. Mr. Donaas wm u.lf WB died at Honolulu. Hawaii " . 1; ' J , , f the meaning of the word "brace" as
dress ea J!a aou Chhwritory. United States of America. ' H' Soper had been enJ-ved- Mr-1 applied to game.
m rs a bato. All mon SUate, en or about the 13th dav of, Dolc sPko elingly and to the point. "NoWf Tommy." he said, "if you
OT. 13M. There are no" sis-! touching on great advocates of Scot- should go hunting and kill 20 pheas-
- than myself, or brothers. I 'and who had helped to make their ants, for Instance, how. many would
'ants of sisters or broth-j country famous and who had helped; Tou say you had bagged T
C. B. u. -- -:- . . "I
. .i. i nnnv or raoia9r- of Jose An- along the cause of humanity bv their
A mMilng Q Cf,th"7"b foresaid now living, j ,earless fight tor rlphu The songs of
Jeat Uulan vtW. be hold at tho Cath. t sav noL Cockburn and AV Goudie were
. Club rooms on Monday ta" MW XM SILVA. rtZLZ
-, aud sworn to before '
W ?y of November. I9sl.jv,0,,n sdecUons ot J- T Roean.
o-.i o ..... b S. ConsuL- i Daniel Logan responded for The
carrier la , .,.fiirtc miHttnc ofle'Gear's Decree. ,
...... . .!. - . - ..B J TT....- ..
wiu e awta ini Young Mens WSU-" uv x-auio. aiiomeyj
8. 1SK. baglnaiuvnt Harmony halIJtooU da Sllva, widow.
ratlass ntast be iK.
K. ).- hi. ...A..nb v ,,
f t4rk A Tl frit. BV" "'."' aiiuiuc. J. .u
Press" amid much applause, and T.
H. Ullle responded for "The Lassies."
Tho eelehratien broke up at a medium-sized
hour this morning to the
tune of "Auld Lang Syne."
replied Tommy. Chicago
TO LET Delightful roomy bath tubs
with either hot or cold water, and
every imffrdvement and convenience
known to the modern age. Ai
Silent Barber Shop.
FOR RENT An eight room cottaf
on Young street Apply J. A. Ma
goon. Magoon building.
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES OX th.
premis of the Sanitary Steam Laur
dry Co. Ltd- Marmion and Sontl
struts. The cottages contain 4 rooms
kitchen and bath room. Xo extr
chars? for hot and cold water arc '
electric lichts. Rent reasounble. Ap ,
ply on the premises to J. Lichtfool j
WHYMOT BUT THE BEST?
IT COSTS NO MORE
IraprovlnK Ilia Time.
"So you were In ParlsT
"Yes," answered Mr. Cumrox. "Mrs.
C and the girls wanted to go.'
"Did you visit all the points of In :
terestr . -1 j
"I should say so. W'e'went to more I
places In a week than vyecould learn
to pronounce tbe namiSjofnn sli
month." Washington Star
2 A Safe and Sure Cars for
S Cramps Coughs Bruises
Diarrhoea Colds Burns
S Sprains and Strains.
Gives mrtant relief.
Two fiats, S5c ad 30c
vmj vat ia ouq, rorij UBIS .
fiaati. r- 'tfSZd&M
The all round satisfaction you get from wearing a pair, of trcs:
high grade, perfection shots.
When you buy arything, andare satisfied withit. youfeel hap-,
with everything in the world. . You can only achieve this by wear
ing a pair of HANAN'S high grade shoes.
VlG.nerny's Shoe Store.
BaasnesuKU. mi am
Blue Flame OIL STOVES
Sold with iCSMMttt
Kerosene and Gasoline
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd
Business men will tell yoa
that an ad in The Republic- 4
as brings rood results be- 4
caose the people rad It.
Wall Paper I
to "be J
! discount H
25 PER CENT s
j prices. -
The McKecnie Paint
anil fall Paper Co.,
lie Sethi Street. PKQME 32.
sire the lanff tor oiuvt mi
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n, I. to aamu i
Bk MT- f