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ISJROKEI Jury Fixes Value of Naval Lands at $105,000. The sealed verdict returned by U12 Jury Sunday In the Pearl Harbor case, .! opened yesterday morning In Federal Court at 9 o'clock, In the presence of the jury, attorneys and Judge Hs-te It awarded to the Honolulu Plantation Company the sum of 1103,000 for both the leasehold and the Improvements upon the land. The Improvements were placed at $13,203, and the lease was valued at 183,79.2. The attorneys for both plaintiff and defendant took exceptions to the Jury's findings, and gave notice of motion for new trial, but It Is doubtful If both, or even the one party push the case to an appeal. On motion Judge 1'steo m.iy. If h disposed, set aside the verdict and order a new trial, and this will b the first point argued. The United States need, however, not delay the l'earl Harbor naval station for even one day because of the appeal now pending In the Ulshop Kstate case, r the prospect of further actlun In Uie claim of the Honolulu Plantation Company. Uy simply paying Into court the amount of damages awarded by tha jury, possession of the land can be taken Immediately, even wnne mo are pending. Thin authority la given the United States by a Territorial law which provided that by paying the amount of damages fixed by a Jury Bondemncd land may be taken possession, of Immediately, notwithstanding any further pending actions. The United States has still on Ita bauds two small suits which have not been settled. The John II Kstate owns a fee simple Interest in acres on Ford's Island for which there will probably be a contest, no compromise having been effected. There Is till a leasehold Interest of forty odd acios held by the Dow sett Kstate In land near that of the Honolulu Plantation Company's property, but there Is some prospect of compromise In this matter. The Jury being called into court morning were polled after the loading of the verdict. The sealed envelope was first handed to one of their number by Marshal Hendry and by etch In turn, then handed to Clerk Mallng, who opened It and read as follows: United States of America. District of Hawaii. In the District Court of the United States In and for the District cf Hawaii. The United States of America plaintiff and petitioner. The Honolulu Plantation Company, a. (orporatlon, ct al , defendant and respondent. We, the Jury In the above entitled action, upon the Issues framed In said action between the above named plaintiff and petitioner, and the Honolulu Plantation Company, a corporation, defendant and respondent above named, find the following verdict, to wit: 1. We find that the above named plaintiff and petitioner Is entitled to have all the right, title and Interest of said defendant In and to the tracts and parcels of land Involved herein, condemned for the uses and purposes set out In the petition on file herein, and to take hold and acquire said tracts and parcels of land and their appurtenances In fee simple absolute, for tha public uses and purposes In said petition set out. 2 We find the value of all Improvements upon the property condemned In the nbovo entitled action to ba I. fff find the value of the propeity i ondemned In the above entitled action, tit wit, the leasehold Interest of s lid defendant, said the Honolulu Plantation Company, a corporation, in and to the trncts and parcel of land condemned herein to bo $89,792 00 in United States gold coin. 4. Aa to that part of the property condemned herein which constitutes only n portion of n. larger tract wo tlnd and assess the damages which will ue to the portion not sought to bn condemned by reason of Its severance fmm the portion sought to be condemned, nnd the construction of the improvements In the manner proposed by the above named plaintiff and petitioner, to be nothing. I. As to that part of the property condemned herein which constitutes only a portion of a larger tract we find ami assess the benefits to the portion not sought to be condemned, by tha construction of the Improvements proposed by said plaintiff and petitioner, to be nothing. Dated Honolulu, Hawaii, January 12, 1902. GKOHGE W. PARE, Foreman of Said Jury. Mr. Dunne rose Immediately and Mid "The United Stntes excepts to the verdict and gives notice of Intention to move for a new trlnl within tluee davs. The motion will be based on the ground that the verdict Is opposed to the evidence and to the law In the case " Judge Sllllman also excepted to the verdict and gave notice to move for a new Mini. After com t adjourned there was considerable bantering nmong the attorneys Manager Low nnd Captain The plantation men thought the veidlet was far below the value of the leasehold, while Mr. Dunne il the verdict as "rabidly excessive." Judge Estre ndvlsed the attorneys thnt the motions for new tilal would have to be submitted before the end of the t"rm here and departure for llilo on tin fourth Monday of this month. ,. ALLEGED HOLD-UP OF TRAM CAR UARRATT, a driver for the Hawaiian Tramwas Company, reported late last night to the depot master at the Punahou stables that he had been robbed by a man whom he decrlbed as a seaman. At the time he was driving car 17 on Queen street between Xuu.anu and Tort streets. The hour was about 10:53. The story of the hold-up spread quickly hIiiuI Uie streets after llarratt's car ktarted up Tort street, but no report was made of the matter to the police until Barratt had reached the stables. llarratt says that the robber was to all appearances a sailor, ard the onl Identifying feature nbout his assailant Is that he wore a heavy beard. He said the robber came on the front platform, held u. revolver to his head while he went through his pockets and took therefrom all the paper packages containing change. The scene of the robbery was on Queen street between the open space net to llrouer's building, and Wilder' ship chandlery. The odd feature about the story told by Uarratt Is that he did not call out for assistance after the man had Jumped from tho platform and sought the cover of the darkness overhanging the waterfront. There are generally police on Queen street, as well as the special night wntchmen who constantly make tours around the blocks, while there are a number of nntlve boatmen who sleep on III ewer's wharf. The polite department ascertained from the Tramways Compmj depot at Punahou that such a robbery had been reported at headquarters llarratt states that at the time the man stepped upon the front platform there weie no passengers In tho car He heard a man's voice asking him to give up the money he had In his coat pockets, and turned only to look down the muzzle of a revolver Without waiting for llarratt to comply with his demand, the stranger Is said to have used hts left hand to extract the money packages from tho driver's cont pockets, with which he left the car Uarratt sajs he continued on to Fort street, and after going a short distance up Fort street he told a night watchman that he had been held up. The Advertiser made Inquhy by telephone at the tramway stablett and sur prised the man In charge of the otlee. I n ..r.!.., leireu. roDoerr un to mm iim. wimei he was making Inquiries, llarratt came Into the ofllce and reported tbe holdup The driver was called to the telephone and gave the following statement to the Advertiser' "At ubout 10.55 last night, aa I waa driving my car on Queen street toward Punahou, a man boarded the car He stepped up on the front platform beside me I did not pay much attention to him, and the first thing I knewwas to hear the man sneak, and when he did so I looked around and Into the muzzle of a revolver I saw a pretty good-sized man standing beside me, dressed In a dark suit of clothes He wore a thick beard and his hit was pulled down over his eves The only thing he Fiild to me was " 'Give me all you have In our pockets ' "I didn't start quick enough, and the man went through my coat pockets where I Keep mj change, and then jumped off tlie car and disappeared In the direction of the watei front. All the time he went ttuough my pockets he kept iu"e rovoitd with his revolver. I rather think the man is a sailor He couldn't do anything with the fart-boxes, us they nie stationary In the " car - TELEGRAPHICINEWS. Adjutant General Win II. Seamnns, of California, Is dead. Volunteei.s are joining the ranks against Castro In Venezuela. Additional troops fur South Africa may be called for by Kitchener. Secretary liny and others have Incorporated the Carnegie Institution. The Hrltlsh total of wounded nt icvlsed lists. Is ninety-four. Washington advices bay that the Chile-Argentine war Is again opened. The trusts are behind the movement to secure reduction In Cuban tnrlffs. Governor Shaw of Iowa will become Secretary of the Treasury on the 25th. Aslstant Secretary II, A. Taylor will retain his place under Gage's successor. J. P. Morgan gave- each employe a full j ear's salury as a Christmas present. At Jena a German lieutenant named Thleme killed a student named Held In a duel. General Chaffee denies the story of friction with the civil commission at Manila. Census reports nt Washington show (he capital of trusts to be over three billion dollars. Four men wero killed and twenty-nine Injured In a wreck on the Illinois Central In Chicago. Four persons were killed and flvo hurt In a Pennsylvania mall collision nve capital utlllzed.but does not Include llllsu" introduced by Delegate Johnstown. Pa. i .i, n,i ,,.,i, r . .v. cox. The bill was referred to the Cum- The Rainbow, the yacht llagshlp of the Asiatic station,. Is about to leave .New lork for Manila. Miss Alice lloosevet made her debut .1.1 HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY.JANUARY 14. 1902 SEMI-WEEKLY. i M at a ball given In her honor at thei"'cn mvoivm an i White House, January 3d. for salaries of ofll Urst ,mbllc reception it indent , Roosevelt on New Years day. There are rumors of more trouble In China. The nmnrcs. it is said. Is not sine" re In l,er "Lform movement ( It Is denied that Secretary Gage will. I vvhen he retires, organize nn tlonal banking house In New York, General 1'alma wns elected president of Cuba by electoral votes, as ng.ilnst Mnso, who received eight. A London nimy olllcer chnrges that the Congo Free State government turns over rebellious natives to cannibals. The London Times chntges that Russia, In collusion with LI Hung Chang, -alt red tht llnxer moi ement. Admirals Rnmsuj and Henlmm ard eeelving hundreds of letters Uneaten- , ig men tor tneir tinuings in the chley case. The engagement ot Miss Ruth Hill, laughter of President J J. Hill, and Mr. I anslng Reaid, a New York Is announced. Mrs Mary Grant Tubman, aged formerly daughter of the Bimen t to the earner's, has died at Chicago The Hv syndicate. of "eveland. owners of I lie s stems and telephone lines in bin, is In financial difficulty. Mr II r. Good, of Chicago, has been ' irrested for vlolutlng the game Invvs by veeplng a pet faw n, and hns been d to ship It out of the State. Thirteen prominent citizens of Cal., were arrested on a W argo 'f murder In connection with the l; of Pnlvin Hall at Lookout. The International Ranking A? elation of New York will open a tiul: in Hoigknng for the collection of th Chinese indemnity due the United States. Sir Cmcst Casel of London has donated $1,000,000 for the aid of a for consumptives. The money Is to be expended under direction of King Edward. Senator Piatt has changed his mind and will not sue McClure's Magazine because of tho publication of a derogatory article. LOOKS LIKE HE ROSA, a -well known Portuguese, JOE lies at the morgue with a hole In his temple nnd In a cell at the police station the dead man's wife and his brother, George Rosa, await In terrible suspense the verdict which will be returned by a coroner's Jury to night. The death of Job Rosa Is surrounded by a tragic mystery and It Is a matter of the merest chance that he was not allowed to rot In his collln while his killer moved In society unsuspected. "Murder will out," Is an otd adage, but It holds Just as good today as ever ami the prospects are that to the slayer of Joe Rosa will be meted out the punishment which he so richly deserves. George Rosa ana Mr. and Mrs. joe Rosa lived In one house at the corner Wilder On ?f cemetery dues. The arrears were of Miller street and avenue. Sunday Dr. Alvarez was called In to immediately paid and the desired per- mission granted. About 3.30 vesterdny nttend Joe Rosa, who was very sick, afternoon the funeral took place, died vesterdny He grew worse nnd morning. Dr. Alvarez Issued a p People, Including (leorge Rosa and Mr" J,'e the remains fllowlnB cnte of death to the effect that death was due to alcohol poisoning. ., Br.a0' ,..,,,.. Yesterday nfteninou the funeral took llcl tlle woman hnd finished her place nnd the body was interred In the Viy, Ut'u,' Sheriff Chlllingwoith or- ' ertl1 lu'r nnJ tteorge Rosa placed un- Roman Catholic cemetery on King J,' Btreet. , "' next K0,'t Captain Parker to the About 3.30 j esterday afternoon, a , tlve boy nnm.d W. Kc nv.r, sought out '"'"V ,', Ft'a,r,:n for tho lron ami Deputy Sheriff McGurn and told him tho klllfl' " Mrs. Ros i had spoken that he wanted to speck to him about "ol. as Nl'11 ns l'"mw. Captain Joe Hncaj. deal J lie sal J that In his "rker was unsuccessful In his hunt opinion thcie were some very fo,r, tlu blr a" knife, but found the clous e'.r r stances connected with the ' "" "'"'i1' blood-stained. He nlM founu " Vo case which had Jlfa.r. Mifurr suld that Keawe had better till hl story to Deputy Sheriff bl," ua8hed but hlcU waa 8tU1 nnd together they went ,n ... nim i Meanwhile Deputy Sheriff Keawe, who works In the Rejlatry s.m. iu.. .....,- ,n- n.. i.r nM - Chilling orth that early on Sunday "', .rtrtu some trusties and pro-morning he was passing Roaa'a housa "tJ?J ,t0 tlle burying .round, where md happened to look In at tha door. Ha aaw Joe llng on the floor with his head on . pillow, which waa covered .iih ..... ,i.,n,i. tw.. -...- .. ... .i . hionrt ... nn tninV uosa b loreneau. ue uiu not IIMI1K murh of the matter nt the time, but caUB.u ,j,atn. j lho ,,.ft , ,a wag vvhi he heard that Joe was dead, he, tiny hole hardly a sixteenth of an Inch thought it his duty to report what he In dlaimter. ThlB hole penetrated the had seen. skull, and Inside the head widened out Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth, as soon until It became a cavity nearly half an as he had heard Keawe's story, sent for lncl1 iQi'aie. How this wound was Rosa, Mrs Joe Rosa and her J.ll,,s, a nstry. but 'rem appearances t"k ns 'f a stiletto or some long thin fourteen-year-old son They weie brought to the police station and sub- Khm ...?. 1 B.CJ !" 'T sunn ami then ... , . , ., mu i twlstid rot ml and round, mlttcd to i a severe examination Their UM uBratIng the radius covend by the stories differed very considerably. point. , George snld that he had had trouble A coroner's Jury was empanelled, con-on Saturday night w Ith his brother, but slsllng of V. W Wilder, W. C Sn der, thnt no blows were struck. Asked to O II CuMIs, Herman Kubey, W P. several cuts and abrasions on J1'1' and 11 M A re They viewed tho his hands, he said that he had fallen l,0,1, ,at tl,! morgue nnd wero excused doun tint" " o'clock ton gilt, whin tho Inquest ... ' , , , ,, , , , . will tako place. ' The boy on being quest onedstaed 10 unhappily for that he had seen h s uncle strike his Iol)R (nu. IlaBt Ml, M j0oppR;,fn" father with something on the head. l.e , n the cause of the trouble rights Mrs. Joe Rosa's statement was to the bitwien Joe and George have been fro-effect that Inst Saturday about mid- queiit and have at times been carried night she nnd her husband had trouble Into court. at their house. George came In nnd Gtorgn Rosa Is employed In the Reg-remonstrated with his brother nnd the lMr' Oillce. Ills brother, who was about two had a row. She was frightened nnd V'1'? ?f nKO' was formerly a printer ran out Into the jard and hid herself. n lhov Ij"Jrendent office. Mrs. Joe Rosa About 5 o'clock on Sunday morning she .r1,0 returned to the house and saw Joe Manuel, who 1've.s tome hero In Mnnoa Ing on the Moor with his head covered valley. Tho three boys are tho brothers with blood. Near by him she saw an of Antone Rosa, n deceased lawcr. Iron bar and a blood-stained putty I.nto last night Dcputv Sheriff worth said that Mrs. Joe Rosa had mndo Dr. Alvarez was sent for, and admissions that Georgo Rosa had moro day morning her husband died. As soon as he wns dead George Rosa went to see Father Valentine to obtain Per - mission from him to bury his brother In the Catholic cemetery. It was point- ed outsthnt the family were In arrears SOME HAWAIIAN STATISTICS 8. N. D. North, statistician, has reported to the census bureau some of the results of Hawaiian manufacturing statistics. The data was obtalneu through A. T. Atkinson and Victor II. Olmstead. The summnry shows a capital of $H,C4I,C55 Invested in manufactures and mechanical Industries in the 305 establishments reporting for the Territory of Hawaii. This sum represents the value of land, buildings, machinery, tools nnd Implements, and the i " c , " r . " ' .. f ,. TprrjtoP. ' SC0TZ.Z "VmII"" ? i " ";"" 7, . Ia V"",".' " "-"- " -'"'' l" produce nutl.iv of Sfi'"MI I Idals. clerks, "etc . ,V,i.n.i.i t.Tf. sua f,.n expense; including rent; taxes I Xlw'' ' l" UnltUl Lin nnd SI MS GG.I for matciials used ' .. .. "... Zi nupp'l c. fre.gh "nd rue? It Is'o'r' prtiu, '? thVuTl . . i , . . . iin.tcmaiitH or tno un til KtutoH '!"' to be "med. however, that th. of A.mrlc. In Congress assembled. That ''"Tcenee between tho aggregate of appeals ana writs of error from the Su- these sums and the value of tho prod- ucts is, in nny sense. Indicative or the i" wie uiuieu Hiateg circuit Court of Ap-profits In the manufactuie of the prod- I"nIs ot tho N nth Circuit nnd to the ucts during the census vear Tho !?umT,mo Sou.rl of ,,lu u,llt''' States shall stis schedule tul.es no cognlrancu of tho cost of selling manufactured aitt cles, or of Interest on capital invested or of the mercantile losses Incurred In the business, or ot depreciation h plant. Tho value of the product giv e ls the value as obtained or fixed nt th shop or factory. This statement Is n i esary in order to avoid e!roncu conclusions from the figures piesenU i Th- value ot products for the Teril tory of Hawaii, J21,U92,03' Is tne gn. value and not the net dr true value. The schedule .asked for the value of the mati rials In two classes, those purchased In tho crude state and thusi purchased In the partly manufactuM ' form. From the answers to the questions tho net or true value of piod uets may bo computed. Thus, fn Ha wall, the gross value of produces fo 1000 was t24,9S2,06S. The value of materials purchased In a partly in.inuf ic lured form was 13,101.806. The differ ence, $51. 830,262, is the net or true j day between Oovernor Dob, products and represents the Increa" tendent ot Public Works lioyd and In the value ot raw materials resulting from the vnrloua processes of manu fncture. Attention may properly be directed to some features of these Hawullan statistics. The territory became a part of the United States In 183S, and the census of 1900 Is. therefore, the first census taken by this government, This fact renders It Impossible to make comparisons with previous years. Industrial conditions In Hawaii are very different from those which exist In other WAS MURDERED t t i t SEliP HLLLbV z 'LmWWWWT'l anonoi: ROSA. orth; havJn flr8t . consulted with Prisldent Sloggett of win uunra oi body was exhumed and taken to . -.. .. mi .n .. '"c -"'. yore ur. cuanaia per- formed an autopsy. Bevral brulie and abraslona wera .... ... . rouna ll.. -- ta ...-. """" "" 'nrai lna QI uuuj, bui in flA hi Uil Una r.il,ri.1 1 1. ..... "J lrBH " n tils brother's death, H' n,!, ""'d thnt what surprlxed him ,;1 " ;i,"tr",,c,'190 .V A,VBtrc,, 'ffiW X ".h'n'W n.an'T, ain of alcoholic poisoning when tho nolo In hln head was plainly' visible parts of the United States. Sugar manufacturing constitutes 77 per cent of the manufacturing of the Territory, as measured by the value of products, the other manufacturing industries being chiefly the hand trndes. Moreover, only raw sugar Is manufactured, no sugar refining or molasses manufacture being carried on In the Territory. A HAWAIIAN APPEALS BILL Following is the text of the Appeals mlttee on Judiciary and ordered to be 1'rinUtl: AUIM. , ,, io Pro'de for appeals from the Supreme ?JPPXV ' 1 ,.' yrcult Court of Appeals and to prein0 Court of the Ttrrltorj of Hawa I .. .,, ..uu. L",ij.. , torlis of Arizona. New Mexico and Okl i homa. Such nppuils and wrltH of o ror must b taken w thin one jcir from tho rendition of uny Judgment rendered nrur the pasFuge of this Act by the Supremo Court of the Territory or Hawa I Provided, however, That such uppia's and writ of o ror may be alloAd from any Judgmert rendmd by Ihu iSuiirimi Couri ot the Terrltoiy of Hawai pr'or to the ,. .'Au M inn mi ii uie ituin' nuaii be taken and pcrfec ted on o.- before tha first day of September, nineteen hundiod and two. I The Wilder and Steam ! Navigation Companies liaye made 'requisition on the government for m le . vrharf loom. They would Ilk to liavv 'tor their especial use, Nuuanu alreet (wharf, Sorcnson's wharf, the old Vi market wharf, and a new whurf to lis? construct' d by the povernmeat along I Queen street fiom the old rishmaiket vvharf to Nuuanu stream. A on the subject was held on Pat representatives of the two hte i ship companies. The two former ai Ing to have the change made, ', tho trouble is that there Is no u y In the treawiry with which to hul' ' a row wharf. The two rompanles not willing to build a vvharf themr H IIS assurance Is lacking that the ture would reimburse them ' outlay. Should arrangements n de whereby tho companies retnc i the other end of the hnrbor, thei - sent wharves would be used by water vessels now using th' 'jvn wharves. MORE LANDS ARE THROWN OPEN Land matters were again the principal topics of discussion at esterdny's session of tho Executive Council. Land Commissioner lioyd submitted the draft of a water license applied for by the Nahlku Sugar Co. on Maul, and It was decided to put up the privilege at auction. The application of Franz Ilucholtz of Konn, Hawaii, for additional land in that district to be put up at auction was granted. He states In his petition thnt the land will be used us an experiment station. The Railroad Companv asked that a peninsula at Napoopoo be put up at auction nt an upset price of ten dollars per acre. The petition was granted, but the upset price was made fifty dollars per ncre, the government reserving all the water rights. The council approved the plans of the Land Commissioner for the opening of the Kaauhtlhu lands for homesteaders and also for the division of tne tract Into purchase leases. The Wnlnlu.a rond board wns given permission to build a road from to Wnhlawa through the Dow sett estate pioperty, the estate agreeing to donate the right of way, the government to build the required fences. Superintendent Hovd presented a lettei from Marston Campbell, who Is now on Hawaii giving the situation as to roads and the powder mngazlue. He Is waiting for material from Honolulu before he can begin work. John Cocketl wns granted n light wine and beer license at Kolon, Kauai, and II. Wright of Heela, Koolnupoko, Ouhu. will be given a elmllar license. Beducea rraight Bate. An announcement han betn made by the Oceanic Steamship Company to the effect that It has reduced steamer freight ratea between Ban Francisco and Honolulu, $1.51 a ton. Tha old rate waa JJ00 a ton. Tha announcement which la olllclally made by the local ngents. U dated January 19. The Oceanic Company's cut In evidently mnde to meet the net rate of $3 50 a Inn, recently announn d, between San Francisco and this port, by the American-Hawaiian Steamship Compuii). . Clarence M. White, of the Oahu Rail-way Company, Is suffering from a attack of malaria Although he was able to leave his r sldence J ester-day nnd go to the olllee, he vwis far fiom being well, nnd fears that he will be laid up for a long time. He Is also suffeilng fiom another ailment which gives him mole concern. HONOLUI'J STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, Jnmrnry 13, 1901 NAME OF RTOOK lUpllf. Val 1110 Alk MXSCirTlLt . Bicwiit A Da i.OJO.OOU ltu , 410 t).l).seu' UrjUuuiK co , i.'.u 10,000 100 I., It Ken, I, Co. ltd S0OC0C 68 bHB. i.OOU.OCO 30 Haw Agrloullnial C 1,000,000 100 Haw Com A Cn i,31i,7M1 100 IIwllu tu?t Oo J 000,00c, 20 douomu . 7M),00C 10U 110 Uouokaa , J,000,WO 3U 10 tlslku 000,000 too Shuku., 600,000 30 23, 2l'i iriliel Cc Lt .. J.&OO.UX 60 10 Klrahuln . ... 160 000 100 iWl Zoloft WO.COC 100 110 ynlirfrtuB. Co.Lt.... ,f)A.,'X,t' JO s jiium,8t Co .... 8,','0i lot H Juotaon. 1000,000 K Onkala 600,000 3u )linwntr(;o lUi 813.M0 AJ 4V4 Fald av 600,001 30 Ui jlofain. 160,000 too 1(0 raaclianSui.l'Un I). 1,000,000 60 Pacific 600,000 IK 310 160,00c too ftpeieo 760,000 100 17 Pioneer iiDOO.OOX 100 to Ploueor 11111 Uo.Al.. 125.000 100 iIU Ak'f lAU. 4.5OJ.00C 100 u Wallnkr. 00.000 130 M0 Aalmanalo,. U3.000 100 walmea liicxx too atimaBtr Uu Wilder 8. 8. Uo 01,000 100 100 B K Oo vxiow lor M MmcxLtiiitaori Hawaiian Klecun u iMIiOUO 1U rlon Up. Tr ALtl Ue, 260,000 IOC Mutnri TcIephruoOt g,ooo u 0. r.. A L. Co ' OOOiCUO 101 in Binii flrit National luni cirtt Am HaTlngn Bk irnn im. Uovn Man 'Jon & pet enni HIloK U C6 ape" 100 I'i'U T. A I- 6c, apt 100 'w PUnUtlnu t i. ORAL Vu 101 OoMi Plant, C p o 101 Iks I'lku (if, WtUlno An Co it Ji, i Auction Sale AT H6NOKAA NOT ICC TO CRP.l 1TORS IN Till: DISTRICT C'Ot RT OP THi: t NITlJD bTATHS, DIM Kicr OK 1 HAV, All IN UAMvltUPTt V. In tha mutter of T Tujiiaal, a bank- I rupt. 1 Public notice of sale of peraoral property of above named bankrupt. To the creditors of T Fujltani, of Uouokaa, Island of Iluwull, a bankrupt: 'lake notice that then will bt sold ui public auction on TUl'ReDA V. , JANUARY 2.1 A- D. 1D0J. at the- occupied by said T. Fujitaiil, at Jlonukua, Island of ll;.uwdl, b Juj F Morgan, uuctionecr, al thu propiity, fctore fixtures and Moek In tude of the said T. Fujitanl, contali., d in said store, as albo, nil the stock In trade, etc. formerly contained In th store of buld bankrupt, at Pnauhau, Hamnkun, Island of Hawaii. Said prop rty will be sold for cash to the highest bidder at said time und place, subject to the approval of the District Court of tho United Statis for the of Hawaii, In bmkruptcy. pursuant to the order of Hon M. M. Kate., Judge of said court. Dated tho 13th day of January, A. D 1W2. WADC WARRKN THATHR, Trustee of T. FuJItunl, a Bankrupt. eo3 1 5? M A I ' V Wav .X l r How tired you look. How you long lor a gootl lest. It's work through tho day atul woiry through tlio night. Already jou liavo nervous dvspopsla, nervous sick headache, and neuralgia. Your food distresses jou. Vm nro "nil tired out," and jou snlTor from terrible depression. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is vhat jou need. It Koaj.s jou tip v hen specially pressed with work. It cures djspcjisia, aad it bulldj up uurvo tlssuo. Pino, tick blood, a strong digestion, a clear skin, and vignroiw nerves; theso may all bo yours It yon only uso this great blood-purifying iui4 blood-forming medicine. Prejtnl j Dr. J. C. Acr Ci , Lowell, Mau., 0. t . HOLLISTEK DRUG CO.. AgaoU. Clarke's Blood Mixture B?HB WORLD-FAMED BLOOD F1EK AND UnSTOltRP.. IB WAIUIANTKD TO CLtlAlt Tllf BLOOD from all ImpurlUea from whatever cauae artilng. For Scrofula, Bcurvy, Eczema, Skin and Blood LlBeases, Ulnckheada, I'lmplea and Borca of all klnda. It la a never fulling and permanent cure. Il Cures Old Bores. Cures Bores on the Neck. Cures Bore Legs. Cures Ulackhead or I'lmplea on ima Face. Cures Scurvy. Cures Ulcera Cures lilood and Bkln Diseases Cures Glandular Swellings. Clears the Illood from all Impure trUM. From whatever cause It Is a real apoclllo for Gout and pains. It removes tha cause from th Blood and Rones. Aa this Mlxturo la pleasant to the taste, and warranted free from anything Injurious to the moat delicate constitution ot either sex, the Proprietors rolleli nururara to give It a trial to teat Ita value. THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS OF CUKES FROM ALL PARTH UF TUB WORLD. Clarko'j Blood Mlxtura la aold In boctlea, 3a Sd each, and In caaea containing ala times the quantity, 11a aufllclent to rffact a parmanont cure In tha graat majorlta ot long-standing casca Uy ALL CHEMIST and I'ATENT MKDICINK VENDORS throughout this world. Proprietors. Till! LINCOLN AND MIDLAND DRIia COMPANY. Lincoln. England. Trado mark-"BLOOD MIXTURH CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE. CAUTION. Purchasers of clarka'a Clarke'a Blood Mtxiura should ana taaa they get the fenuma article. Worthlaaa Irrltattona and aubatltutea ara aomatlmaa palmed off by unprincipled vendor. Ta words. "Lincoln and Midland CouaMaa Drug Company, Lincoln. England," ara engraved on the Government stamp, and "Clarke'a World Famed Blood Mlxtura' blown In the bottle. WITHOUT .WHICH NONE AnR OENBINB. The Elgin WORLD'S STANDARD FOR TIME KEEPING. Should be In the pocket of averj wearet of a Watch. Many years' handling of Watchaa convinces us, that price considered, tha Elgin la the most iulfoctoty ot An erlcnn Watches. Cased In Nickle, Silver, Gold Fillei and Solid Gold. We have a full line and aell them al right prices. H LOINS reach us right. ELOIN.S reach you right. niglns stand for what ts light In Umi keeping and lasting dualities, and that Is vvh ve are right In pusi ire tho l.lein Watih. H.F.WICHrrJ UOX 342. Castle & Coofie, Ltd. HONOLULU. Commission M rtliants. LUGAR FACTORS. Tho i:wn Plantation Co. Tho Walalua Agrlculmrcl Co , Lti The Kohala Hugar Oo. Tho Walmea Sucar Mill Co The Fulton Iron v; rki, f Letia, Mo. The Standard Oil Co. The George P. Blaro Steam Pamjvj. Weston,- C6itrlhij5&Ig. The New JSngland Mntnal Life 1 turance Co. ot BoBton. Tha Aetna Fire Ineuranca C. at) Hartford, Conn. The AlllkJirn Aainruiea Ca. of hem. ' - " OH. . s e- ' '