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The Independent. [volume] (Honolulu, H.I.) 1895-1905, January 14, 1902, Image 2

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2D2IUND 1IOBEIE Editor
Bosldlnc in Honolulu
TUESDAY JAN 11 1902
Joe Kosa Dono to Death in His
Home
Job Rosa a well known Portu
guese ilea at tho morguo with a
hole in his temple and in a coll nt
tho police station tho dead mans
wife and his brother George RoBa
await in terrible suspense the ver
dict which will be returned by a
coroners jury
Tho death of Joe Roaa is sur
rounded by a tragic mystery and it
is a matter of the merest ohancol
that ho wbb not allowed toV6lin
his coffin pbile his killer moved in
society unsuspected Murder will
outis an old adage but it holds
Justus good today aBjever and the
prospects are that to tho slayer of
Joe Robs will bo meted out the
punishment which he bo richly de
serves
George Rosa and Mr and Mrs
Joo Roaa lived in one Iioubo at the
corner of Punchbowl and Kinau
atroets On Sunday Dr Alvarez
was called in to attend Joe Rosa
who was very sick He grew worse
and died yesterday morning Dr
Alvarez issued a certificate of death
to theleffeotUhat death was duo to
alcohol poisoning
Yesterday afternoon tho funeral
took placo and the body was interr
ed in tho Roman Gntholio cemetery
About 830 yesterday afternoon a
native boy named W Keawo
sought out Deputy Sheriff MoGurn
and told him that ho wanted to
speak to him about Joo Rosas
death Ho said that in his opinion
thero were aqmo very suspicious cir
cumstances connocted with the
rffair k MoGurn Baid that Koawe
had bettor toll hia Btory to Deputy
Sheriff Ghillingworth aud togetbor
i hey wont over to see him
Keawo who works in the Registry
ouiap liveB uou the Rosas Ho
told Ghillingworth that 6arly on
Sunday morning ho was passing
Rosaa house ond llappened to look
in at tho doer Ho saw Joo lving
on the floor with hia head on a pil
low which wa8oovereil with blood
There was also blood on Rosas
forehead Ho did not think much
of the matter at the time but when
he beard that Joe was dead he
thought it hia duty to what
ho had seen
Deputy Sheriff Ghillingworth as
soon as bo had heard Koawes
story sent for Georgo Rosa Mrs
Joo Rosa and her fourteen-year-old
son Thoy wero brought to tho
police station and submitted to a
severe examination Thoir stories
differed very considerably
Georgo said that he had had
trouble on Saturday night with his
brother but that no blows were
struck Askod to explain several
outs and abrasions on his hnndB ho
eaid that he had fallen down
The boy ou being questioned
stated that he had seen his unole
strike hia father with aomething on
the head
Mra Joo RoBaa statement was to
the effect that last Saturday about
midnight she and her husband had
trouble at their house George
came in and remonstrated with his
brother and the two had a row She
was frightened and ran out into the
vard and hid herself About 5
oclock on Sunday morning she re
turned to the house and saw Joe ly
ing on the floor with his head cover
ed with blood Near by him she
saw on iron bar and a blood stained
putty knife
Dr Alvarez was sent for and yes
terday morning her husband died
As soon as he was dead George
Rosa went to see Father Valentine
to obtain permission from him to
bury his brother in the Gatholio
cemetery It was pointed out that
the family wore in arrears of ceme
tery duos The arrears were imme
diately paid and the desired permis
sion granted About 330 yesterday
afternoon the funeral took place
eleven people including Georgo
Rosa and Mr Joo Rosq following
the remains to the graver
When the woman had finished
her Btory Deputy Sheriff Chilling
worth ordered her and George Rosa
placod under arrest
Ho next Bent Captain Parker to
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tho house to search for iron bar and
the knife which Mra Rosa had
spokon about as well as the pillow
Captain Parker was unsuccessful in
Lib hunt for the bar and knife but
found tho pillow which was blood
stained He also found tho pllow
case which had been washed but
which was still stained
Meanwhile Deputy Sheriff Ohil
lingworth having first consulted
with President Sloggett of the
Board of Hoaltb took some trusties
and proceeded to the burying
ground where the body was ex
humed and ttkon to tho morhuo
Thero Dr McDonald performed an
autopsy
Sevoral bruises and abrasions were
found on different parts of body
but in the head was found the
wound which caused death In the
left temple was a tiny hole hardly a
sixteenth of an inch in diameter
This hole -penetrated the skull and
inside tho head widened out until it
became a jqayity nearly half an inch
square How this wound was caus
ed is a mystery but from appear
ancra it looks as if a stiletto or some
long thin instrument had been
plunged into tho Bkull and then
twisted round and round disinte
rating tho radius covered by tho
point
A oorouers jury was empanelled
oonaistiutf of W W WilderW 0
Snider G B CurtisHerman Kubey
W P Sabin and H M Avres They
viewedlho body at the morgue and
were euused until 7 oclock tonight
Tho Rosas have lived unhappily
for a loug time past and Mrs Joe
Rosa has been the cause of the
trouble Fights botween Joe and
George havo been frequent and
have at times been carried ino
court
8HERIF3 SALE NOTICE
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In pursuance of an Execution is
sued by Lylo A Dickey Second
Distriot Magistrate of Honolulu
Island of Oahu Territory of Ha
waii on the 21th day of December
A D 1901 in re matter of Yee Ohau
nt al doing business as Woo Sing
Co vs Chou Mau et al doing
business as Yit GhouR Co I have
on this 26th day of December A D
1901 levied upon and shall expose
for sale at publio auotion to the
highest bidder at J F Morgans
auction room on Queen street in
said Honolulu at 12 oclock noon of
Monday the 3rd day of February
A D 1902 all the right title and
interest of Leou Wong named in
said execution in and to the follow
ngxdeaoribed property unless the
judgment amounting to Two Hun
dred and Eighty Nine and 28 100
Dollars interest cpnta and my ex
penses are previously paid Said
property levied upon being
1 Hack Np 44 1 Sot Harness and
1 Bay Horse 17 bands high with
white star on forehead and whito
hind foot
OHAS F CHILLING WORTH
Deputy Sheriff Territory of Hawaii
Honolulu Oahu December 26
1901 2n93 5ts
WATEK NOTICE
In accordance with Seotion 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 188G
All persona holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
aru hereby notified that the water
rates for tho term ending Juno 30
1902 will be due aud payable at tho
otlico of tho Honolulu Water Works
on the lot day of January 1902
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteeu days after they are due
will be Bubjeot to an additional 10
per cent
All privileges upon which rates
rerqajp unpaid February 15 1902
thirty days after becoming delin
quent are liahlo to suspension with
out further notioe
Itatesare payable at the office of
the Water Works in the basement
of Capitol building
ANDREW BROWN
Supt Honolulu Water Works
Honolulu June 20 1901 2085 10t
ME PMTIE0N
Hotel St near Fort
SEATTLE BEEE
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On Draught or in Bottles Ice Cold
SPECIAL PARCELS MADE UP
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this rxAirs
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WAIKIKI BEAOII Honolulu
0 3 BETCBYrioD Proprietor
Then earth and air ana tea and iky
With breaker tong give lullaby
King Btroet Tram Oars pass tno doo
La4Im ftud MldrD ntaUllvirt for
FOR HENT
Rooms
Stores
On the promises of tho Sanitar
Steam Laundry Co Ltd between
South and Queon streets
The buildings are supplied with
hot and aold water and eleotric
lights Artesian wator Perfeot
gonitation
For particulars apply to
On the premises or at the office o
7 A Mpfioon 88 1
THOS LINDSAY
Manufacturing Jewfller
Call and Inspect the beautiful and nselul
dieplay of eoob for presents or or per
Bonal use and adornment
l ove Bnlldlne 630 Fort Street
Brace Waring Co
Uaal EsiatG Doalez
B03Foit0t near King
building lotb
Houses and lots and
Lands Fob sal
W Partlon wishing to dispose of tne
A SUMMER PROPOSITION
Well now theroa tho
QUESTION
You know youll noed ice you
know its a nocesoity in hot weather
Wo beliove you aro anxious to get
that ice which will give you satis
faction and wed liltn tn nnnntv
you Order from
The Oaou Ice Electric Go
HOFFMAN AND MARKHAM
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Telephone 8151 Bluo Poatcfiice
Box 608 77
ROCK FOR BALLAST
White ond Black Sand
tin Quantities to Suit
EXCAVATIHG CONTRACTED
- FOR-
CORAL MID SOIL FOR SALE
QjKT Djnp Carts furnished by
tho day odHoura Notice
II R HITCHCOCK
Office with J M Monsarrat Cart
wright Building Merchant St
1600
LOCOMOBILE FOR SALE
One New Locomobile No 877
Stylo 2 mado by The Looomobilo
3o of America of Nowton Masa
U S A patontod Nov 14 1899
Very littlo used tho proporty of tho
late Joseph Hololuhe and run by
gasoline
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One Bicycle
A in vory good order
Fo portioularB apply to Mr8
Heleluhe at Washington Place or
toF J Testa this office
IV DIICIIU K T I O Il
Glass Spreclels Co
HOHOJjULU
Shn Franoiteo AgtnttTEK NAVJlTtt
INATIONALBAHK OF aANFBHrBCCAO
DRAW IXOHAKQB OK
BAN FRANOISCO Tho Nevada Nation
fianlc of Ban Franolsoo
LONDON The Union Bank of London
Ltd
HBW YOEK Amerloan Bxobange Ni
tlonol Bank
OHIOAGO Merohnnts National Bank
PAKIB Oredlt LyonnaU
BISRLIN DrcBdner Bank
HONG KONG AND YOKOHAMA Hon
Kong Bhanghal BanklngOorporntlon
NEW ZEALAND AHJl
Bank of Nett Zealand
VIOTOBIA AND YANCOUVBB Bank
of British North Ameiloa
Tranraol a general BcnHpq and iTioan
Butineii
iDopoiltsKocolved Loans made on A
proved Soourltv OommercM and Travel
orB Orcdlt tanned BUli of Exohftxud
bought and sold
ttQlIeationn Proaptly Account Wol
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AGENTS FOR
V7EBTERN BTJGAB UEFINtNG CO
Ban Franoiteo Oa
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS
Philadelphia Penn U 8 A
NEWELL UIu VERBAL MILL 00
Manf National Cane Shredder
New York TJ BA
N OHLANDT A qo
Ban Francisco al
RIBDON IRON LOCOMOTIVE
WORKB
WW lf Run Frnnnrnfliil
TIMELY TOPICS
A arge Stccli for
HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES
PanBy Stoves and Ranges
Alaska Chest and Refrigoratora
Entorpripo Meat Chopper
Lawn Mowers and SprinklerB
Rubber Hose and Hose Reel
Steel Rubber and Cocoa Mats
Wheelbarrows Hoes Rakes and
Hooks
Shovelo andSpados
Oob and Handles
Scythes and Gharden Shears
Lamps and Lanterns
Rat and Mouso Traps
Stop Ladders u
Coffee Mills and Agate Ware
Poultry and Mosquito Nettings
Victoria and Pan American Hand
Sowiug Maohines
Table Cast ft and SoaleBTinned and
Porcelain Saucepans
S P Kni7ep Spoons and ForkB
Gbaos Chimneys and Wioka
KeroBeno Oil Gasoline
Sao and Charcoal IronB
Obarcal inBagB
Tin tn Agate Wareo
Hawaiian and Dairy Salt in Bags
Gem Ice ShaverB and Gem loo Cream
Freezers
Tho AERMO
TOR admittod
by every one to
be the very best
windmill in ex
istence
We want your help in distributing
tho above usoful articles so we will
bo able to dispose them at the lowoat
market prices
Tb6 MM IIaraw2VQCoM Lfl
Fort Street opposite Spreckels
Cob Bank Honolulu H I
Koutuotrys famoua Jesapo Mooro
WhiBkey unequalled for In purity
and excellence On sale at any of
tho saloons and at Lovejoy Co
distributing agenti for the Hawaiian
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