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HAWAIIAN GAZETTK, TrKSnAWJANTAKY U, 1002 REM I THE QUESTION IS What to do? It is not o pleasant sensation that p . certain knowledge that one ha consumption. Nor is it r happy announcement foroneV family and friends. But it i- no time for sentiment. Yin. can't begin right treatment too soon. Fresh air and Scott's Emulsion I That's a good beginning. That treatment alone has cured many cases of consumption. It is always a help. You must not lose weight. Scott's Emulsion keeps the body i a good flesh and has a special action on the lungs. Take it in time. We'll icnJ jrou a little to to' II jrou ''"-SCOTT& I10WSK, oj Pearl street, New York. Ithe best! AT THE LOWEST PRICE AT HOPP'S 4 1 The Holiday Season Is over ana business Is getting down to a normal stale, wlille wo nre getting down to business. The Christmas trade kept everything on the jump, rjv hut now wo begin to UAj think of offering Induce- zf ments trade. for the Janunr) a 1 ' Fortunately, we are ono - of tho few stores who - find themselves with a J 5. F.ilablo stock after tho f I holidays, and we have M- Just tho lclnd of goods i & tho housekeeper wants to start the new year with. Perhaps tho window shades are worn out, and tho Improvement would cost very little If you were to get from Us now. Hattshorn Window Shades We will make them to order In any lzo or color. Wicker Furniture Is well adapted to this climate, It Is cool. No other establishment In Honolulu I has the stock of this ware that We have, and our prices are .Y I reasonable. J. Rockers, Straight back chair, couches, etc K We also call attention to the excellent assortment I of J , lm WIIITD KNAMELRD X- -K IKON BEDSTEADS -K and will be glad to have you call -K to sec them. i if . t J, zL OPP & CO. Lead'ns Furniture Dealers, X-X-X-X-X-X- Cor. King and Ilethel Sts. INSURANCE Theo. H. Mes $ Co (Limited.) AGENTS FOR FIRE, LIFE AM MARINE INSURANCE- ! Northern Assurance Company. OF LONDON. FOR FIRE AND LIFE. Established 1836. Accumulated Funds .... 3,976,00. BritishudForeign Marine Ins. Ct OF LIVERPOOL, FOK MARINE. Capital L000,M4 Reduction of Ratei. Immediate Payment of Claim. THEO. H. DAVIES & CO LTl AGENTS. .mien uno ui me new magisirates of Brooklyn tried to take his Beat the old uiRiBtrate had him arrested for pu. There will be a tet case. ALL COURTS 3ESSI0 PcBtl Haibor CaSe Goes to Jury Today. (From Saturday's dally) Promptly at nine o'clock this morning the Jury In the case of the United Stntes vs. Honolulu Plantation Co. will he Instructed by Judge Estee and retire to fix tho amount of damages to which the defendant Is entitled for the taking of Its leasehold Interest. Yesterday was spent in argument, the evidence closing within a few minutes nftcr the opening of court. Judge Sllllman announced that he had two witnesses, Morgan and Crawley, whose evidence he wished to take, but as they were not present he waived that. Mr. Dunne then announced that he had no rebuttal to offer. The court thereupon remarked that the case wn closed and ordered the attorneys to proceed with their nrguments. Mr. Dunne opened nnd spoke for over an hour. He was followed by Mr. and Mr. Dunne then made the closing argument. He rolled principally upon a dissection of the evidence of the plantation mnnagers, stating that their values were absurd, unreasonable and rash. Mr. Sllllman replied that his witnesses were sugar experts and were better acquainted with values than any of the witnesses offered by the government. He stated that Mr. Dunne had a right to call such as were qualified to speak, If liu so desired, and wns not compelled to rely upon tho testimony of those who admitted that they were not qualified to Judge. A good deal of good-natured pleasantry was Indulged In by the attorneys for both parties. .Mr. Dunne closed In nn appeal to the jury to be reasonable, and not to cinch tho government because It was the government. Jle asked that they give the same weight to the evidence as if there were two private corporations Involved. "I appeal to you gentlemen finally," ho concluded; "please do not cinch the United States." The arirumcnta rlosoil nt r. nVlnrk nml Tludgo Estee gave' the jury tho option of being Instructed Immediately and woik nil night on the verdict, or else wait until morning. The Jurymen favored tho loiter plan and the Court will the Juiy nt 9 o'clock this morning. Hoth iiluliitin nnd defendant have offered ln - structlons which have not been passed upon by the Court. Mr. Sllllman, at tho beginning of tho argument -yesterday morning, nskeil that Judge Ksteu rule on HicKo oilers, so that the attorneys might Know upon what law to argue. The Court, announced that this would not 1 done, and when told that tlio practlco was prevalent In the Territorial courts, remarked: "We don't Intend to ovctrule all the courts of tho country at ono time." The Jury, when Instructed this morning, will be given a form of verdict to fill out. The valuation In to ho placed upon tho entire leasehold Interest, and also upon tho Improvements mado upon the land by tho Honolulu Plantation Co., Feparntely. One peculiar fact In connection with tho trial Is the failure of either side to put in testimony of the value of other than tho sugar land. All the evidence adduced by the defendant has related entirely to tho S'O acres of land which It Is claimed Is sugar land. Nearly 1M0 acies It Is admitted nre practical- u nuriniess ior mo purpose for which icat.cn ny the Honolulu Plantation Co., nnd no evidence has been placed on the record In connection with this land. No evidence was allowed to be Introduced as to the value of the waterfront, nnd ..., .. . . ....... ---- .- ','U It.u ..11111 Ullil'l than the arable tract Is the estimate of Assessor J. K. Archer, who rated the entire tract at f2j an ncre. SUPREME COUilT. I lie .supreme Court was occupied all day Vostenliiv with nriinnintd In ... i ease of C. A. Urown vs. J. V. Sprockels Sec. I. That the course of et nl, Judgo I.yle A. Dickey Is sitting as Hon In these schools shall extend over a third member of the bench, because of Period ot live years, nnd nt the close X-.the disqualification of Justice Galbralth. i each student who has successfully J. A. MitRoon r.nd Mr. Dillon nre appear- completed his studios anil maintained inK iur me piainuii and it. . Itigelow il iur ilefeiiilaiit. The two cases aro being argued tnm thcr. The presrntat'ou was nor concluded at tho lime of mlfanrn. .. mem yesterday afternoon, and tho win no resumed til's morning. WANT APPEAL HCAHD. the A stipulation has been filed by Secretary Cooper nit, Atto.ney General Dole agreeing to the hearing of tho appeal from Auditor Austin at any title, whether In vacation or not. TUi Supreme Court 4 asked to hear the matter as the soon as possible, as upon the decision depends the disposal of many similar claims. CinCCIT COUItT NOTES. Answer has been filed In th. ra. nf rviiiiaiepuna vs. i.. I . AlPPn ll.lli.OU Ing general denial and pleading ndvorse possession. , i.uun,a naaion lias asked permission to ' ..Mn'im w received from the Territory , .. mini ior ttic support of minor children. George 11, Carter, trustee of certain property of James Auld, was granted pormltslon to mortgage the same for the sum of JTuOO. Elizabeth Kawaluna lm li..nn nn,,,,,,,,. fd guanllan of Elizabeth Kealohilanl and .....nuiiiu, enuureii ot Ann'e .Makanul, deceased. A. S. Cleghorn was appointed guardian of the youngest child Application baa been made for the appointment of David Dayton admlnls. as the I ....., Ml lie rt ,.- ..., .. - - . .. I 4 IIV "iiiiu ui iiukii .Mac.MUian to UitVtlSl'U, FEDERAL SCHOOLS FOR TERRITORIES the The following bill of marked local has been Introduced by Mr ? Rlxey: t Re It enacted bv th.. K.,nnu o.i House of Representatives of tho Unit ed States of America In Conirr..K n. nembled, that there shall be established In all the Territories Hiibeit in ih - ciustve junsuictlon of the united self States, Including- the District of Colum- bla and the recently acquired Islands a system of primary Industrial or V s" LOSE $m&M b ai that nn feeling In money mnttcrs has hnd the effect of brightening lie th men nnd movements during the past few days. There has been no decided resumption of loans, but It Is Keen for n fact that n few men have been able to get hold of cash when It was needed most, nnd the result Is that there Is a more hopeful tone given to the general mnrket nnd business community. The various bnnks have been wnltlng for the release of the cash which Is In the hands of the government ud there will be still a period of several months before there Is whnt may be termed nil easy money market. One of the bankers of the city said yesterday that In Ills opinion there would be nn entire change In the tenor of affairs before the end of the quarter, ns shown by the fact that there have been some large loans made within the week which Is past. These have been made upon approved real estate, and the rate was only S per cent, the ruling one. In fact tho banks havft maintained their rates throughout the entire season, and when they It nil no money to let nt 8 per cent, they would not allow any to got out of their vaults at a higher rate. There was a. report by the Alameda that one of the largest fiscal Institutions of the city which had been In the market at San Francisco for n large loan, had nrranged for the cash, and that there would be a general paying of notes to straighten out the securities of the concern soon. Upon the street, too, there was universal discussion upon tho effect of the alliances of great fortunes nnd the opening of new enterprises which Is expected to result from the latest newt? brought from the Coast. ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE. The business In the shares market seems to lie fairer, though there Is n lnck of srock In the size blocks which are wanted. The offerings nre.of live and ten shares, and there Is a disposition to regard this as purely speculative trndlng on the part of some men who would try to scalp the market, or of realizations by small dealers and Investors who nre forced to sell. As before, the strongest stock In the market Is Olaa, which Is In demand nt Jl.r.O for the assessable, and $12.50 for the paid-up. There Is little of this stock In the market, the only amounts which can be found being very small. There are orders In the books of almost every broker In the city for these shares, but there does not seem to be uny chance that the stock will bo brought out. Wnlalua Is firm at fi5, nnd Oahu steady at 97.50. Kwa seems weak, the closing quotation for the week being; only 23.25, ns ngainst 23.C2V2 when the week opened. The fulling off has been steady, and the only renson for it seems to be that the purchasers are looking out for new plantations, rather than the steady producers. Hawaiian Agricultural Company has been In some demand nt 200, a decline of ten points, and Pioneer has gone oft to SO. There has been a little Walluku which found a ready market nt 340. This was the first of the stock sold in several months, and the falling oft was slight on that account. Outside of the" plantations there Is little doing. The bond market Is exceedingly dull, There were sales of Brewer A Co. nt 410, but the shares were few In number, nml did not attract attention, or they would have been snnpped up as eagerly as of old. A quotation wan made for Inter-Inland when there were private sales mane at c, i lie last recorded was nt 100, but there was a quotation without sale of 00 bid. Wilder Steamship Is strong at 100 asked, and the shares could be sold tit 07.50. There wns a folr trading during the week In llnplil Transit. The small sales were at 02.50, but the offering of n block of 10 shares brought the figure to 00. This may be taken as the status of the market. While there is a demand for the stock In the small lots, it will bring the higher price, nnd If the offerings are large enough there Is nlwnys money In sight to take It up at the lower figure. The sales Included H2 Oahu at 07.50; five II, H, T. & L. Co., 02.50; forty-six same, 90; ten Klhel, 10. '" Y1H REAL ESTATE. There has been some little movent nt duiirg the week In College Hills and Manna property, but down town real estate and ordinary suburban lots have been sluggish. Tills Is not due in any way to new conditions. There has been only such movement ns Is the natural result of the pressing to conclusion of several deal's which ai'e pure home making ones, and there Is no speculative movement at all. Among the deals has been tho selling of the last of the Campbell houses, upon the upper Manoa mad, the one next to the residence of Myers, to John Elllngi'i' at it price said to bo close to JS.nOO. The new owner will 'make certain ltriprovimcnts, and will occupy the house about February 1st. Plumbing Inspector Keen has purchased a lot on oahu avenue, College I Mils, nnd will at ouc begin the erection of a house upon It. The foundations for the new house of Frank Atherton In the same plot nre being put In. Upon negotiations which ure under way depend the sale of the remaining two houses of the Campbell outfit upon Wilder avenue. There nre several deals In prosptot which nre thought to be about ripe for plucking next week, which will place new values upon down town pieces If they come through. There Is little softening In rates, although there Is a somewhnt less demand for other than home sites, ns the owners seem to be of a mind to hold onto whnt they have In spite of the hardships tills may often Inflict, ns there is universal belief In the future. lion, to the end that all children may become Intelligent, skillful, efficient and self-supporting citizens. Sec. 2. That In these schools agriculture and the ordinary arts of civilized life shall be taught practically to nil youth who apply between the ages of thirteen and eighteen. Instruction shall Include the sciences which underlie these arts, nnd every pupil shall be tequlred to work with bis hands not less than four hours dally under the direction of the teacher in bis depart ment; which labor shall be compensa tion in full for his expenses at school. . In the evening until early In the morn-Sec. 3. That all male students shall I lug the fun was kept up fast and J .- in me iiiiiu.iry an, oughly organized and drilled, so as to become a part ot the National Guard. For this purpose olllces of the regular army, noncommissioned or others not in optll',. KOrvIee. mnv !n nnuiVtiml Ku iinirui cnnracier snail receive a certificate showing his standing, See. 5. That to carry out the provisions of this bill the following sums in- iiiiripriiueii: rirsi, tne nppiieations came from Olaa whero tho i belonging to tho private parties now of $1,000,000 to establish a school p mall farmer Is seeking additional land , igatlng with tho United States govern-for the District of Columbia, within , claims. The application of J. T. llakcr. ment, because although tho treaty made district, or In one of the adjacent j representing a settlement assoclnt.on ot'ctweon the Kingdom of Haw.i'l and tho Slates, for the Use of Its children: nl.m nt nn... Rmir nt A,nHn in iev7 i. .. . 1.... I... ... I.. . ... .1 . ond. the sum of $15,000 000 for such ! "n"1""' miiu meu, me I'oiuppiues, and tho Territories. See. C. That the commissioners ot District of Columbia are hereby charged with the execution of this lawns it applies to snld district. Sec. 7. That the President shall appoint n commission of five competent persons to carry out tho nurnose of this law in the Tvrrltmies and Insular dependencies of the United States. See. &. That this net shall be In force '" ' aBe' An1 tno , . . V i "',', ' """"" V '" " It c1J!n"s thai! "' immediately available. JOY OVER NEWS OF THE WEDDING There was unrestrained Joy In the olllce of the Kaplolanl Estate Co.. Ltd.. yesterday afternoon, when the of Imminent marriage of Prince David Miss Abb e Camnbell wns beyond question. There was a quiet word sent around, nnd very soon the private olllce of the estate was tilled with friends of the young people. There wns a case of champagne added to the equipment of the olllce. am) erv Noon innRiH in in., hnn n, .. !.. ..t...,.... i,.n,Tn a. t ....... r.. .1... cA, Prince and his AancVYhe parity of , Allan. lie a heaVy gal-' came up" and m Sues we it ' l0nK'tUlL' ,0S Ut'BrCeS " estate company nnd the Improve- lasted for forty-eight hours. In the Williams. Dlmond & Co agents for ?tSlleh nre to,cmo' weTO "y'ns stralts ot MnBBllaa the weather was the steamer were graUfl'ed at the Vn 7h VV.n8a,dKreeof "Y- with mist and rain. Fine 3e speed by the Havalian "awauan. In the affair which mode lt nil ih.t ni ..ni,ni,.,j i tt,A i. '. ".. . V.'e "' ",al xne ;rRn,r.,,, .. - n-..-...-. John F, Onlhurn nH - . I . hvvi tm master, calling upon every one of ths i?,V,,,ICntJ0,rt:s,,ond' o him- talked of the Prince as an agent M.aJta'". "PqKe of an; Kaulukou, who was Introduced ns a backslider, In that he was a talked of the young Prince as he had watched his early life, and many others discussed what had been and what will be. There was a general air of renewed prosperity around the offices. While this was going on there was a move for a. luau at the Walklkl residence of the princes for last nlglit. Sup. piles were ordered renewed, nnd something like tweirty Invitations sent out. .these were nil honored and from early iurious. wnen the urpneum was out some twenty of the players went out by the seaside and Joined In the merriment of the evening. LAND PETITIONS BEFORE COUNCIL Land petitions forined almost tho solo tojuc or discussion at yesterday's meeting of the ExoellHvn Piionrll. Mno nt ... tlio ; -... .....uL ...W Olaa, for land was granted. They nsk 200 acres apiece, und the Council granted iuu jiiuuuii u" uunuiiiuii inai mo organ - lsatlon is completed within a year. The land la located near the Peter Lee Asso- Nation grant. Otto Itoso mado tho same reouest in behalf of eight members, and It was also irrunU.il. They will get lf0 acres, also, at Miles, Olaa. j E. HurhelH's application for Vta acres for' nine members at Mile Olaa. was not granted. The land tn oues "on is along the roadway nnd It mav bo reaulred for residence purposes. The same disposition was mado of C. 12. ... ...w ... v...i. ...,u .,...-. .. imuii iiul . nice ami approved, and that a final only for tho forty years' leasehold In-order may be made of distribution of terest, for seven years ot width was the property remaining In his hands to paid $20,000 (Including, however, four,lne Persons thereto entitled, and inunl public .... !.! v for imrnoseq. roiiMldor nnv - useful.uss I, may to the Hono-"'' ? '"'ile" nt,n.al 'l!a,'0 J"1?"' of lulu Plantation Company in v- of Its , 5 ?"'' '", U,L'in ? " " co ck ' whole - in to W property. Its neuls and Its equip- , tlmes the acreage held by the Dowsett, estate), and also Improvements which' It Is claimed cost about $30,000. A conservative guess nt the verdict returned by the Jury Is $73,000 for both lea3e and Improvements. In his Instructions, Judge Estce stated to the Jury that they must consider only tho value ot tho leasehold In 601.2 acres. Ho placed great stress on the term "Just compensation," Instructing the Jury to be far to both sides. "In placing a valuation upon this lease- hold Interest," said the Court, "you can - ...... ,rr nnn.lil... I. . ,.... ..... ... .,.. . I .... .. .. . . luunmn ntu IIIUIU f jfUUUlll IIMJ Ui IUJ slble value of sugar that m cht bo nro duced on this land ten, twenty or thirty years from now. This Is too remote nnd uncertain, and could form no Just basis for a valuation. So the amount of sugar which It is claimed can bo produced on this land Is purely speculative: the amount of the future crop would depend on many conditions, tho nmount of water usnl, the character of tho cultivation and many other elements which ....t,i. ituvi iitu, ..it- problem ui ii crop which might be produced in any ono or series ot years. Hut you may consider what the land is best suited for, and tho '?,' defendant Is entitled to 'Just compel!. I ntlon' for Its i....i...i.i ............. ... '.i those' lands for any purpose for which it may ' be used. ii.. ....... i. .I ., ... ... . . .in iri.i v. in ..iiiiiiiiirii' inn v.ii in nr this i.Irce of buwi somrht be ti. ,v,n,. i "And If. from the evidence, you should find that the defendant has any lm - 1 provemonts upon that portion of the land . covered by the leasehold Interest of tho ' , defendant, and sought to be condemned .-,, i-v. ....it,... .il..i..r., ((1,ii tiLlf lliwv. prior to the Cth day of July, 1001 Villi'.. are to find the value thereof separuto and distinct from the value of the leasehold Itself In snlil lands." Judmt Estee ruled out nny reference to the mill pumping machinery or Im provement on land other than that condemned. The returns made by Manager a Low to the Assessor were referred to as "mlmlsFons against interest." The Court referred also to the expert witnesses nnd said: , I "In br'ef. the Jury is not bound to give ' weight to testimony which Is contrary to what every person of good sense and milium.. niirii,Kuiii;t nuunn lu uu iriie. The Court referred also to the treaties granting the United States water rights at Pearl Harbor, and the Jury was Instructed ' "not to consider or place any .value upon the water rights In front of or - bortlerlinr r. imnn ,-.. Knl,l .. l.ll.'ln,! .......... .......... nj .. ' which Pearl Harbor was ceded to' the United States did not In nny way affect , "ic i'hwhu unniTaiui in me iniius ' Ing on said harbor; yet those parties ! t ' Imve no Interest, other than that of eve - ' i ry citizen ot the United States. In tho sloughs and wnters of Pearl Harbor: ror these Inland waters aro now and , - ' leiiuiiiiunj tn nis nanus to the per-since Us? have been tho property ot the sons thereto entitled, and discharging United States." I him nnd his sureties from all fuither Judgo Estee referred also to the responsibility as such latlve valuations, which the Jury wns In. . ;t Js ordered, that Thursdav. tho sath Moore's application for ten members who , I'lff a value of 200,000 more when on tho wanted ninety-six acres In Puna. Tho stand. Concluding, tho Court said: Council decided that tho Innd was too ' "Gentlemen of the Jury, In arriving nt near Illlo for farms, and tuny bu taken a verdict It must bo by tho unanimous up for residence purposes. j consent of nil your members. 4 I "Under the pleadings In this case, there Is but one Issue Involved the He.wiuiau is Fast. amount of the "Just" compensation to be SAN FRVNCICO Dec "S The blir ' ,lW!rJod to the defendant for the taking stn,n,. ii.n,.n' 't 11... Ti.ot n'" property. Yon must therefore find line, arrived at mid night, after a voyage ot sixty-one days from New York, fifty-two days from St. Lucia, and twenty days from Coronet. Captain Ranfleld reports meeting very rough weather durlnir the enrlv n.irt of I .. .. ... . . . . . - . tne trip. Alter leaving New lorK storms were encountered until the . -.-- - - 111 ij ..i uiiuauiii riri'iiiiiRinnpA mionmncr .u. -i x. ,V. 171 "" T '. IL "1 "V9 Lilt: Li ill UI Lilt? IllllVHllIin Vfc'Jl iniI Fnil met and passed at sea two of her sister i steamers, tho Callfornlnn and the American: The former was sighted De-1 cember 1. in latitude decrees 45 utes soutn. longitude 76 degrees 45 mln .'utes west. The, American was spokci ciiunouip anu loveauienesa tne younjj man and the young worn VEROfCT ISJEiLED Damages in Pear! Harbor Case Fixed. Locked only In the hearts of twelve been or are now Interested In any man- men, nnd sealed In an envelope In ' ner whatsoever in .ni.i . Marshal Hendry's hands Is the Jury's ' ". ob?' T , corporation, bJectl t tho granting ot said valuation of the Honolulu Plantation , Co.'s leasehold Interest In the JJlshop )et tlo ,nust b lied In this olllce on Estate Pearl Harbor lands, which wit- or ueforo March 4, 1902, nnd that any nesses said was worth from $15,000 to , Person or persona desiring to be heard $400,000. thereon must be In attendance nt the The Jury was Instructed and retired office of the undersigned, In the nine o'clock Saturday morning and tol building, Honolulu, nt 12 in of said Just twenty-four hours later an agree- J,11 uay tohow cause t sal ment was reported. ,,., , ,, . J' ' Acting in accordance with Judge Es- lee s instructions, the verdict was sealed In an envelope, and to still further safeguard sealing wax was melted upon the flap and the Jury's foremrn made the Imprint of a key upon It, before handing It to Marshal Hendry hunday morning at ten o'clock. Then the Jurymen were allowed to go to their homes to appear In court this morning nt nine o'clock, when the sea. will be broken and the verdict read In open court. There Is considerable speculation among the attorneys as to what estimate Is llxed upon the leasehold Inter est. It Is generally conceded that the amount of damages awarded the Hon- olulu Plantation Co. will be In excess of I : that given for the fee slmnlo nf tlm , ni.hn. ...-... hm" i", ".:..! i ;:;;. r:r... .; :,'.."":" structcd not to consider, nnd the Court referred particularly to the valuation of .v.wu given lu the defendant's answer. and tho testimony of Manager Low for the plaintiff, a verdict condemning tho leasehold interest of tho defendant, the Honolulu Plantation Company, in and to tho M1.2 acres of laud deslrea by tha government; and you must find a verdict In favor of tho defendant for the nmount of compensation due It therefor." .:,.':::: ....-a-a.&.-a :::.:.:t.tt.:tt:t:.tv December 22 In latitude IS .lerrree m nit ia QTrtrtiionr 11 mn rsw n nn Ifrom New York to San Francisco. Th iinin H i.. .. .. wu i u eim vivumur oi 3,610 Innu .iilan. The HaVS!Ulan ls due here allut the 16th. ,, . Hugh Bonner, of the New York fire denartrnpnt. uill ho itont n Manila to organize the system there. i BY AUTHORITY. TERRITORY OK HAWAII. TltKAH URKRH OFFICE, HONOLULU OA II U. In re Dissolution of the People's Ice and Hefrlgerutlmr Co., Ltd. Wherens, the PEOPLE'S ICE AND ltEFItlCEItATINO CO., LTD., n ittabtlshed and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii, has, pursuant to law In such cases made and provided, duly filed in this olllce, n petition for the dissolution of the said corporation, together with a certificate thereto annexed, as required by law. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to any and all persons thru imv ii'iiuuii nnouia not ue granted. WILLIAM H. WUIGHT, Treasurer of the Territory of Hawaii. Honolulu, January 4, 1902. ::48-Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28; Feb. 4, 11, IS, 2.-,; March 4. IN THE CIIICUIT COUIJT OF THE fl'tST CIItCUIT, TEItltlTOItY OF phohat:AT In the matter of the Estate of Kekapa Hoblnson, of Konit, Hawaii, deceased. On reading nnd filing the petition nnd accounts of M. P. Hoblnson, ot Honolulu, Island of Oahu, executor ot the win oi sain Jvokatia Hob non. wtlprnin tin ,.ilr.. . I.,. ,1 nr.'. - """V " " i" ue itiioweu ,i5i.3i. ...... ..t; cnarges iiiiiinuii Willi a.,11., 11 !inu.asKs. that the same may be exam- ' rlinrrrlnr lilm frn, nil r..ii slblllty as such executor. It is ordered, that Friday, the seventh dny of February, A. D. 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m.. before the Judge of said court at the courtroom of said court nt Honolulu, Island of Oahu, be and the same hereby Is nppolnted as the time and place for lieaiinir unid petition and accounts, and that all persons Interested may then and there appear and show cause, If any they huve, why the same should not ba granted, .. Dated . at Honolulu, this 2Cth dny of T ...-. 1 .rn. " lCtl'lil IJUf, JI'Ul, Ily the Court. HENItY SMITH, Clerk. 23IS Jan. 7, 10, 11, 17, 21. IN THE CIIICUIT COUItT OF THE SECOND CIRCUIT, TEItltlTOItY OF HAWAII. Ann Kamclamela Alua (w.) vs. Alua (til.). Summons, . The Territory of Hawaii; To the High Sheriff of the Territory -e TT ,, , . . . . l J'"tt ' '!r 'i'3 ''.""V' hc s"erlrc "f. t''c' I!,"m "f -Iau ', "''Jils deputy, '" thu "".. Territory ot i. , , . ,.r," ou are commanded "'"""""' Alua "V ls,nd of Maul, , ant, In case ho shall file written no. Utl'n. ..,,,.. Il'l.liln ....A.. ... . 1.. .... n.,i.- ... , . . niium i!i:iii.; unj.1 unur service "? reo.r.' Sm' appear before the said rcult Court at the June term there- iitA1n A ... ..I..I..H.V ....... . . var,l.. 1 ,, lYor ' ,,.,, "' .," "0t Shpr l,m J Vi. U""r wl i if i 0fA'nd Z? ,.,..', S? Jfr f?.it v. ' ht '" lh S vt h retUnl f . "!'' ,','"' f,'" ,our X ' ' . JtlIUil. JIIUKt' Ol thr CMrniiH ('mirt nf Din t!ni.i,.i t UM nneu TIrt T T-..1.... ...!.- cult, nt Walluku, Island of Maul, this 30th day of November, 1001. (Signed): JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Clerk, Second Circuit Court. I hereby certify the foretrolnir to lm true and correct copy of the original summons Issued In said cause, and that nt tho December term, 1901. of the Second Circuit Court, Territory ot TTnil'flll tlm nntti.t ...,....! ....l.lt 11 of the same a da cont n i ice of , ,1 cnuse u n the nex J ,, ' iflO ' of ctpnl 1 A 5 V KEOLA. Clerk. j.annma, juaui, uecemlicr 13, 1901. 2312 Dec. 17, 21, 31; Jan. 7. II, 21. IN THE CIRCUIT COUItT OF THE FIFTH CIRCUIT. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS. IN PRORATE. In the matter of the Estate of J. W. Lota of Hanalel, Kauai, deceased. On rcadlntr and (llinir tlm nrttitimi nml nccounts ot XV. O. Smith, administrator cftntc of J W loin lm ni , lt Z . tkm o' mav bo ovimlned n,,,l ,',:., m, .V ? ., cx,amlned nPProed, nnd that a final order may '"' made of distribution of the prop- day or January, A. D. W02, at ten o'clock a. in., before the Judge ot said Court at the Court Room of the said Court nt Llhue, Island of Kauai, be nnd the same hereby Is nppolnted ns the time and place for hearing said Petition nnd Accounts, and that all persons Interested may then and there appear and show cause. If any they have, why the same should not be granted, nnd may present evidence as to who are entitled to the said property. Dated at Llhue, Kauai, this 19lh day of December, 1901. Uy the Court: II. D. W1SHARD, Clerk. A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR BOWEL TROUBLES. Rev. J. M. Ylngllng, pastor of the Bedford bt. M. E. Church. Cumberland, Md.. U. 8. 'A., says: "It affords me great plensure to recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used it nnd know who hc?e never known It to fall." tor sale by all dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith & Co.. Lid., agents for . Sibyl Sanderson will marry a French count.