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.o-josobeican; S3TCRD AY,' JANUARY 23, 1902.
Vivas given bcLcp cf motion to modi
fy the decree of Jadge Gear awarding
Some Endlali Laws.
If too deposit money in a bank and
the distribution of the property en- leave It there for over six years wlth-
From the Philadelphia Bulletin.
tfreJy to tfc widow ateo to fix the out adding to It. drawing on It or deal-, , " ,s u SWQ i4ra w w,Klir
iMmiiMartml vMili cKnIi mtil iar wilh It In anr rT- If mrnxs nmf ' i.
J to Attorney Thomas Fitch, saying the statute of. limitations and is lost to
. that lie paid Fitch a reSafaer.of 1150 ' Ton forever.
that Fitch rcird from ta court suppose
V-kW FVJ-T1V mm JT4 ataia. . .1
jii iniui J. aw ili OiiU i
Don't be afraid to tH yoar wife
when yoa regard her expends as a
T T"t " "T"" T" TTAT f .
K H ( T V ! l 1 T ! " beicagiag to the widow and without kying anything about pay- , J.3 " 5a sa,lb a,IlBlBfe-
. I V JLJU A I . 1 - !
that aiu mllM-tMt from lb -tmrt meats or delivery yoa turned round to I tered b5" arod persoa.
certaln s to be paid ta aSant ' Kxamine a clock and a magpie ew In ; Dd yoa ever aottce how chilly a
i aad. beefcfes tae retainer mentioned carried off the ring It would be I ,roaaa can be when aaotber wetaaa
aSant tweaty per- cfat on oar w5- loa "" have to pay the 1 5aes a pairoaiztag air. ,
also enargJag the sanw Jeweicr. wwie ne need not give you , s aacu u aanersiaaa tray so
., -.r .AtLnn IK. .ltlnn . nJuiuei im ii JOB UOU-nc a COfSe ' ireu res-iis B. : MTrS a
of real estate Wloagiiur to the heirs ! ? -vo.. wqqM f' hlm the j dignity.
I imgMtd. Tcaln? " " stables were burned i it costs ottie to assae a sympa
v"u "e uorse ueswoyea oeiore yon ; iHeuc amiwie (owara oae ta Mrs
Frank Browns Will. , .aHed. yoo woukl have to bear the con-, fortane.
Tb will of the late Frank Brown i sequences. But if anvthlns remained ! it is &mtlar t a tum
' - I "ss A la the First Circuit Coart. to be done to the property purchased ' fonaing part of a theater box partv
4I0ENSES OF'PBIMOiniEATTIGKEDfer- Tbe "Ph f the Qe-1 Ihe seller would be responsible. Sup- j Did you ever notice bow many
ceased. H. M. Voa Holt, is named as pose he undertook to put a nail In the , men discuss music as an evidence of
i . .. , , executor fo serve without bonds. , horse's shoe or suppose tbe jeweler inteliectaal superority'
ANCfTHER ALLEGED SILVA HEIRj Cecil Brown te made trnee. Certain' saiu ne would polish up the ring, then f it is well not to notice the innuen
linnnr Men Pnnrirodafo in fhol
laiiiiiiii iiii.ii t i if r. ii i if in ifiirt
U11UVI "w" "o O"" !,k sane.
United States Dis
We F. Wilson Co.,
The leading Plumbers of San Fran-' jj
cisco, have decided to locate a per-1
nsoneat establishment in Hcnolaln. j
This will give the residents of this
city an opportsnlty of having their
plumbing done st reasonable rates by
the most skillful mechanics in the
V f - mri-
OF FUNCHAL, WADEIRA,
IS HEARD FROM.
be- the loss would fall on him. not you.
does of a self-constituted moral cen-
Cokmel Thomas Fitch's gad uiH
persoaal property are
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avsuica lo einpiiye& una iae re- r ,uu iuic huui wmuuu iua innigf i gj;
HMiaaer oi me esuiic reai. pesBdi l wuc.uj, iv c ui ueu There is no use trying to argue
I or mixed Is left to the widow. Jlon j ot wheat at 30 shillings a quarter and j .j a woman who is pedantic.
i oay. ;4arcn s. aas oeea set tor prov-( " """; '" a.qiuui, ..um uiici
are Questioned Ccmmis-
eolt 01 l
. .rcleaUsUcal dtadpU
T,a ba remld 1
i.ince and prayer.
'fh arwmjra iMSStn t
od from th wk
a holy cooiUrltof
vf br Wtnt
- If with hr moi
M. of Jems Christ
which revmls J
ti 1 JraowtedS of
. iher foil of solldU
stons Charged by Him Above His
Retainer Fee are Stated Will of
Frank Brown Filed In Probate.
To Sell Stock in Hand.
Motion for leave to sell the stock
in trade of the late Frank Brown has
been filed by H. M. von Holt, tem
porary administrator of the estate.
The stock in trade is situate in the
premises which were occupied by
toe i Tenant.- Tlrfni-n nn TtrfcrlTl- ctrppr the
and posted it the same day, the con
tract would be completed. Suppose,
A Littfe Boy's Life Saved.
now, the letter got lost, you concluded ; I nave a few words to say regarding
that he was not going to' buy and you . Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
sold the cargo to some one else, you ! saved my little boy's life and I feel
would be liable for damages to the first ' I cannot praise it enough. I bought
buyer, and the worst of Jt is you could a bottle of it from A. E. Steere of
get nothing out of the postmaster gen- ' Goodwin, S. D., U. S. A., and when I
eraL London Answers.
t trtf hnmo ti?K If rh& rrmy ViK ssrls?
Tl.. K- ... J I .fcir T r 7' , -" ""-. j S-- .v. ..u- .v wuc u, uou. tuuiu
i-Ji 1a c ni X r . Frank Brown on Mercaant street- thei 'hardly breathe. I gave the medicine
United SiMtm District Court yeeter- f i,Hsiness oeing carried on under the j ne Prj-d Hnrd. as directed everv ten minutes until
da nonius, th local general liquor jnarae of the Hawaiian Wine Co. The' An old man In Georgia named Jack ( he "threw un"land then I thoueht
estate of decedent is said to be in-, Baldwin, having lost his hat In an old I 5ure ne was going to choke to death.
solvent and the stock in trade is saw nry wen one uay, nucnea a rope to a
to be of the value of between $1500 ?tump and let himself down. A wicked
and $200. The estate including in 'ag named Xeal came along just then
surance policy Is valued at 53500 or ttnd. Quietly detaching a bell from
thereabouts. Baldwin's old blind horse, approached
the well bell In hand and began to ting-a-ling.
at f gff-
ner. . t
' 1 '
HoaOlaln beer .Ifeeaee.
The case sfaowg everj- sia of being
a hard fought one and one full of in
)0fM sad knotty problems over
which astute legal lights may vent
their eloquence to their hearts' de
UgfaL The liquor dealing fraternity was
saoeroasly represented In Jadge Ea
tee's court yesterday when the case
opened. There were big dealers
and little dealers, men who make it
their business to see that those who
hare the money wherewith to pay
aed not ga thirsty for liquid refresh
neat of exhilarating nature.
Attorneys A. G. M. Robertson and
Alimony is Denied.
We had to pull the phlegm out of
his mouth in greatlong strings. I
am positive that if I had not got that
bottle of cough medicine, my boy
would not be on earth today. Joel
Demont, Inwood, Iowa.
Motion for alimony in the divorce
Jack thought the old horse was com-
case oi jonn ue ureaves againsi ,ng and sai(1: "Uang the old blind
Caroline De Greaves was yesterday l norse? He's coming this way sure, and
denied by Judge Humphreys and , ue am-t got no more sease than to fall
libellant was ordered to pay libeliee's n on me. Whoa, Ball!"
attorney a fee of ?50 and to pay $10 , The sound came closer.
for expenses of trial, to be paid with- "Great Jerusalem, tne old blind fool
in ten days. j will be right on top of me in a minit!
The February Term. Vrhoa' BalI! Whoa' haw' Ball!"
, . f Neal kicked a little dirt on Jack's
tny next weeK a venire wm ne , hea( am Jack began tQ pray.
Don't Run Your Lees Off
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
raidtr hm Eii'fcj.
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ROOMS 503, 50?, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
All classes of Esgineerfag Work solicited. Examination S
Teys and Reports made for any ckts of Waterworks, Sam a:
Electrical Constmction. Plans aad Specifications and Estimate :-
pared, and Cosstrnctioa SBperiate.'jded la all braaeaes of Bagr - - -Work.
Contracts solicited for Railroads, eJectrte and stasia: T -
Bridgss. Buildings. Highways. Fooadatlons, Piers, Whorres, Et
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Examinations, Valuations
Reports cf Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMYVEG, M. Am. Soc C. E.
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Jobbing Promptly Mended to,
Leading Straw Hat Manufacturer!
ALL KINDS OF STRAW HATS
MADE TO ORDER.
HATS WASHED AND PRESSED.
L3-gest Stock of Ladies and Gents'
Hats in the city.
DRY AND FANCY GO-AGENTS'
JAPANESE SILK and
COTTON DRESS GOODS
Iwalvajral & Oo
Importer of Product
Provisions and Wines
Cor. King and Smith Streets
Looting (or a Situation
cut for a grand and trial jury for the
S, JhAf ,
u cott,. i' :jv
- 10 p. a, T
i- xaader X,
Sunday; cofct -4r
Court, the term beginning a week
from Monday. It is expected that
there will be three circuit judges on
the First Circuit bench during this
term. The calendar will contain
nearly four hundred cases In all.
Another Citizen Made.
im Low r
Uer ' A
and M ? ' -
TObWF. " "WmW- '
anl nS fa
Wht L t '
M ' "
J. J. Dunne appearel for the plain-' February term of the First Circuit
tiJfa. lacfarlane & Company. H.
Haekfeld & Company. HofTschlaeger
ft Company. Peacock & Company.
aad L. H Dee, while the Treasurer
of the Territory, respondent, was rep
reseated br JudK Sllliman of the
firat of Jistch & Sllliman.
The plaintiffs In the case are seek
ing ta have declared unconstitutional
Che Hawaiian statute under which
Terrttorial Treasurer William H
Wright issues licenses to seH Hono
lulu brewed "Primo" beer at $250 per
year, while' other retail liquor llcen
, uniier which other beer can be
old, cost $1,000.
Treasurer Wright Testifies.
The first witness called to give his
testimony yae Treasurer Wright He
answered te questions put to him
durtag an almost ceaseless lire 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 Dunne asked Wright about
"Oh, Lord, have mercy on whoa.
Ball! a poor sinner I'm gone now;
whoa. Ball. Our father who art In
whoa. Ball! hallowed be thy gee.
Ball, gee! what'll I do? name. ' Now I
lay me down to si gee, Ball!" Just
then In fell more dirt. "Oh. Lord, if
I you ever intend to do anything for me
back, Ball! whoa! thy kingdom
come gee. Ball! Oh, Lord, you know I
A 25c Wn the REPUBLICS
Will do the Work
Classified Advertisements in this columt
tcill be inserted at 10 cents a line firsi
insertion; 5 cents a line second inser
Hon; 25 cents per line per iceek; 3T
cents per line tico Keeks, and 50 cent
per line per month.
V-nlc T nKt- i criiltinsif of Clar.
, . i ... i was baptized in Smith 3 mill dam-
many, was yesterday made a citizen , t) ,,, . , , . , . ,
. .J n t.i p. . 1 t 1 t- . whoa. Ball! ho! up! murder! whoa!
of the United States by Judge Estee. , N ,d h Jfl , no , and
?,r , e.VeC0, lieH!enant in th? snouted a laugh which might have
United States Army, having served been hean tWQ mI1 wbJch wag about
:" , J ' i"i ."- as far as jack cuascj ujm WUen he got
(Continued from Page One.)
as far as Jack chased him when he ;
out Atlanta Journal.
BlnUi In the Directory.
If you pick up that interesting annu
al, the city directory, you will And it
filled with bluffs. Here is a man down
as a superintendent. You know he is
only the foreman of a labor gang. An
other Is designated as a general mana
ger. Three or four men are subject to
his "general" management, or, as his
5-year-old-son, who inherited his pro
pensity to bluff, put It. "lie's the head
man of three other fellows." Over on
j G Newly-built Cottages.
1 Xewly-built Stable, CO by 50.
1 6 Fine Horses.
1 1 New Surrey.
! 1 New Hack.
2 Pairs New Single Harness.
1 Pair New Double Harness.
Fort St., opposite Hackfelds.
biien Chang Co..
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Large Importers of
Flour, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Oriental Life Insurance Co., Ltd.
The Home Company
Issues all modern forms of policies at the lowest
rates. Policies issued in both English and I .
HOME OFFICE: 301-302 Stan aenwald Blda., Honolulu, T. H,
120 KING STREET.
Box 972. Phone. White 801.
tbe location of these 35 saloons. Si!-
ilman made objection and his objec
tion was successful. Dunne said that
he wanted to show that the places of
he plaintiffs had been surrounded by
small competing places licensed by
he?defendant. as a way of showing
'bow the plaintiffs had been damaged
Wright testified that he had refused
?0 licenses to the plaintiffs.
He said that the plaintiffs wanted
to sell beer produced outside of the
Territory under licenses at $250 per
year. Wrignt claimed that under the
statute he could not issue a license
for the sale of am- beer excent that
wade in Honolulu, under the licenses ' also several encores.
sold for $550. I D. Clark again delighted
other song cr two. so well was
J. Roseau next entertained with ' tb,s 'W T Z ? S
Scottish melodies on the violin. He,3! the P011".1 f or a paper
made the instrument speak most ?f nsoult-' po U.cnl lmPrtance- D'
.. . .. , , , , . ., .. believe it. Hes merely a reporter as-
-vltchlngly and proved himself worthy ; tQ
of the applause he received , h Le , carefully "edited"
"The Land o Burns was respond- by Jm0ther man wUh a tJUe Qf much
ed to by Dr. Sinclair. In speaking of Icss imnortanee. This man down In
j 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 amusingly re- "le between two buildings made avall
lated manv charming anecdotes of abIe when an allc-v fe ,nt0 disuse
Scotland and the Scots, closing with ! "Mme. Blanque. modiste." is merely
, , ; Mrs. Blank, dressmaker, making a
a poem so very Scottish that none Frencn b,uff for whIch she collects aft.
but Scotchmen could understand it. , er tue cutting out and fitting are done.
A song by John C. Brown, "Scot-, But what Is the use of picking them
land Yet." was next enjoyed, as were out? The directory Is filled with them.
I Pittsburg Press.
! WANTED At once, 6 or 7 room fur
j nished cottage for light house
keeping by couple with no children.
Must be centrally located. Apply
WANTED To se", wine fine white Dia
mond rings; also fine opal rinps; rea
sonable prices. Watches repaired or
time. G. Dietz. watchmaker and jew
fcr. Fort sL, near Hotel, in Prescott'
WANTED Girls to do Uundry won
Apply Sanitary Steam Laundry. Ka
waiahao and South street.
WANTED 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.
A. Hocking and W. C. Peacock alsoi vocal performance, after which R. An-i
caned to testify. Peacock went over , derson recited "Tam
his sales for the last three vears.
Peacock and Hocking were recalled . oughlv mastercd,
Li"!, a":?Jn;. e?. T,rt ad'i The' bagpipe s
"VVlthdrmvlnK a Juror.
One particularly amusing incident
O Shanter," a lintnrt.M-!7i1 Confrrossninn Riirtnn'a
longish poem which had been thor-) early experience at the bar. For some
reason it became necessary to request
FURNISHED ROOM A splendidly
furnished room with excellent
board for two gentlemen with pri
vate family on Vineyard street.
H. Dee was ,
bagpipe selection by Piper R. a continuance In a case in which he I
Macdonald Murray, he who so well
JT x '
journed for the day L
civinp his testimony
.. . AYATTilnil trio TtJrhlrtnrl FUTif t-nc nnr. - , .
Another Heir Heard From. o- c - tlnuance the court told him simply to
Attornev J m Vivas vast v lav ' eMe success- tho satherinS sim- j wiredraw a juror and the case would
BWralag nWan aflidavit in'the First 1 ply goh,S wild w!lh PatrJotic and ! aed couUnued. For the moment
, was counsel. After Mr. Burton had
j explained why there should be a con-
' Hnnnnw tlif rvmrt toll! hln ;lmnlv rn
. . '
Circuit Court made by another sup-
acsed relative of the late Jose Anto-
ftito da SHva. an old Portuguese who!
1 commemorative enthusiasm.
the young attorney was nonplused.
Land We Live In. but after glancing at the court to satis-
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh ! f-v Wmwilf that the judge was In eam-
, est ue watReti over to tne jury ihx.
.iu ami KJM-lttOa: V4
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11 ! .MWIltf. ...A L.b. n .....&. fn. . . ... .-. ... - ...
ttons of Saccees la S " " "" "-"j "-" " win Ha-ait net to reninui one ot tne and endeavored with no little effort to
jol Bpworth U TV -"' v"mw ioe i.swibeRI,Ues Qf Scotland. He dwelt on drag him out of the jury box. In the
awHniii La AMtiA-ttinttiAc ami nonntti rt nifrik.t nf fht fonoml lmi? Wlll fntm
i mr ujiviiHMiu uuu uutautu "J I -- v w.... .Hur.u ., u.u .
these Islands, what they were and oeu. me coun came 10 me rescue 01
"God's ' Madeira. Cltv nt Ki.nhi j what they meant to Scotchmen far ',,' .,.. . '" v f
their native land and
poisoned by some of his own ' responded to the toast "the Land We ' ... , " , ..,.,
, ... ml ,-. , 1 ..,.. eyed the jurors for an Instant and then
laovember. 19W. The newly Uve In." saying that there was much finulv sclZ0il a lare pon,r German
,. - wk v to deceased. The ai&da
.d aervtce; suoj-ci- .v fe follow
ng;- T:W, public wf "Kiiigdoiu of Portucal.
mon; suwjwtt, wv fluatim. . nv 01 t-uncnai. t , -. . .. .-uk . . ... .... plalnlii"- that
ise to the sairiuwittT 1 1. jaciaina ua suva. residing lnlllulu iu4 uut jauu auu uat
.onM a4,ays 1 lp ulv ' ruacaai. island of Ma- scoicnmen naa uone tor tne raraaise j tue docket..
. 'elra. belnc duLv sworn denote nnd ' nf thp Pnplfif !
the term was simply
technical and need only be written on
Saturday Evening Post.
TO LET Delightful roomy bath tubs
, with either hot or cold water, anr
every ImpVc&ement and convenience
known to the modern age. At
, Silent Barber Shop.
1 FOR RENT An eight room cottagf
1 on Young streeL Apply J. A. Ms
1 goon, Magoon building.
i COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON th-
' premise of the Sanitary Steam Laur !
' dry Co. Ltd.. Marmion and Sontl .
s'.rpets, Tlie cottages contain 4 room I
kitchen and bath room No extw J
charge for hot and cold water arc '
electric lichts. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J. Lichtfoot J
THE TRAVELER'S INSURANCE I
COMPANY OF HARTFORD j
LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH !
A. G. iiOVEKIN ,
AGENT TERRITORY OF HAWAII. '
E. W. Jordan's
Is Still On.
403 Judd i-mi.. I IT IS LIKE FINDING MONEY I
i (Successor to CHAS.SEYDONE.)
Designing; and Gilding.
Advertising; a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
K70 UNION STREET.
WHY HOT BUT THE BEST?
IT COSTS NO MORE
ivjmmcjw jsx 0m ajmjnj Jim awlkm s
V M. C. A.r-V s follows-
i-My name is Jaclntha da Silva. I
Oa Saaday aftornoonA, tae of Joso Antonio da sn.
KV. Mr- EtottaaS Will d,. WBB dlo4l nt Unnntnln W-lt
drees a Jla and CaltwrKory. United States of' America.'' IL Soper had been enjoyed
Effect ot Pntcrnal Example.
The Bar," after several r- ""; wno sometimes goes
nderson and ' ?' trying to teacu loramy
i iiiL- luu.imui; ui iuf uuru u.are ua
Attornev General E. P. Dole re
merry songs by D. W.
applied to game.
M a A. baM.
AU mon istate, on or about the 13th day of, Dole spoKe reeUnSiy ana to tne point. -Now. Tommy." he said, "if you
''or, 1900. There are no "sis-! touching on great advocates of Scot-j should go hunting and kill 20 pheas-
- than myself, or brothers. ' land who had helped to make their j ants, for Instance, how many would
countrv famous and who had helped , rou say you had baggedr
"Firty." replied Tommy. Chicago
'ants of sisters or broth
er nr mnfSfl!- nt W. a
m l. ,1 Tha.C ...w..w., v. MU'C Vfc
A Beating of tho caiaouc oou aforosatd living
leal Union will be now at tuw v,- 1 sav not
C. B. U
i along the cause of humanity by their
I fearless fight for right. The songs of
,,.,.. rnnlnp-i , . ,. J- v;ocKouxn ana . bourne were
olie. Csub rooms on Monday evening -igj. Mark) DA SILVA. I , , . , ..
nH K-n f Ivreatly appreciated, as were also the
-T ...,... .v. UViUU,
of November. 1901.
violin selections of J. T. Rosean.
i Daniel Logan responded for "The
dm . y. M. I. f a' Consul."
utrrtimra la - . t itnr nffe Gear's Decree.
wlU he hoW LTSZ; Mn's Instir de Paulo. attcrner H.LIUle xponded for "The Lassies.
S. 1M2. begiaBlKllt Karmonv hall onia da Sllva, widpw,
c&tioafi wst be fi. nvt da Sllva, sister of de
form wits A. B. Mh
by hia attorney, J. M.
Press" amid much applause, and T.
The celebration broke up at a med
ium-sized hour this morning to the
tune of "Auld Lang Syne."
ImjiroTlntr Ilia Time.
"So yon were in IarisT
"Yes." answered Mr. Cumrox.
C and the girls wanted to go."
"Did you visit all the points of In
terestr JT j
"I should say so. VWwent to more I
. . Mm- ...
paces in a week than wjjconld learn
to pronouncv the names or?ln sli
months." Washington Star
X Diarrhcea Colds Burns
Sprains and Strains.
Gives insUnt relltL
Tro iisM, Kc ssd SBc
OsJjoaePilaKmcr, Perry Davis', g
A Safe and Sore Core for
The Extra Comfort
The Extra Wear
The all round satisfaction you get from wearing a pair, of tcs:
high grade, perfection shoes.
When you buy arything, and are satisfied with-it. you -feel hap;
with everything in the world. .You can only achieve this by wear
ing a pair of HANAN'S high grade shoes.
Vlclnerny's Shoe Store.
Blue Flame OIL STOVES
Sold wita jOMate
Kerosene and Gasoline
Wickless Stoves '
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian HardwareCo. Ltd
Basinets men will tell yoa
that an ad in Tbe Republic-
an brings jrood results be- 4
cacse tbe peopls rvad it. 4)
25 PER CENT
UWUfrftL . 0 aonnv V,feor W.
The fMecnie Pain!
and Wall Paper Co.,
US Bstlia! Slrsat. PHQME SL
y in IB'
r sunaav, i
- morning sire the lana"iur uvu ...