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The Honolulu republican. [volume] (Honolulu, T.H.) 1900-1902, July 21, 1900, Image 5

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On Sunday, July 2Sd.
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They're made here, And They're Fine.
THE AFMMEX COCKTAILS.
TOM GIN, WHISKY, MARTINI,
VERMOUTH, MANHATTAN,
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WE GUARANTEE THE QUALITY.
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I W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,
I Phone 4. . Wholesale.
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V . THE HONOLULU BEP0BUG4X, SATURDAY JCLT 2,1 19C0.
Interest
tlie flonsekcepr.
We have just received a new importation of Fancy
Groceries. Cast your eye over this list:
GHEESEFrciags ii lib, Frwip it Srpizite,
Itiliin Parssss, Iillui w Eias,
PiBEipls Ciiifsrak FiM Erea,
lB?riiI, McLaren's, Liiksrgsr, Etc., Etc.
CbichB Loaf (a dalnly disk), Teal Litf, Ctttxs Lstf,
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SALTEE & WAITY,
JMl'OKTCttS AND DFALERS IX
Furniture
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Upholstery
Chamber Suits ; ':
Chiffoniers
: Chairs, Tables
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The Porter Furniture Co.
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
Side Boards
China Closets
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Theo. H. Davies Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FA TORS.
iHfEMTIRY JUDD ESTATE.
TEH DECEASED JUSISX ffRTSED
IzstzscZasj la. tia UsfXibel "Wiidt
Pci Sfexiicasce Ccert
ItesEi of Interest.
Appeaded to Xira L Tlints libel
for drrorce" ia tbs bold baad vrrilicg of
Jndge Rompiwtjs. ia the
tt this salt be proeecated informer
paaperis? libeliant not being xwinirtd
to make any costs whatever, other than
for stamp? on summons andlibeU
To the casnal reader the judge's
may mean little, bat to poor
people yeho jire compelled to resort to
law to right they mean much
and are clothed Tath great significance.
Prior Hamphrys appearance
on the bench, parties on instituting
suits were compelled to deposit $37 5U
to defray cost; expenses not incurred
at the time suits "were filed. It was a
great hardship; a great wrong.
Plaintiff in the case of John II Estate
Ltd., ts. A. B. HT Judd defendant, has
filed exceptions to Judge Humphreys
decision, or the ground that the decision
is contrary to law and the evidence
and the wieght of evidence. And exception
is taken to the finding of the
decision that the word 4pa,n as used by
the testator, meant the enclosed lot.
The plaintiff is given until August 15th
to file and propeci its bill of exceptions.
An inventory of the assets of the late
A. F. Judd has been filed by Agnes H.
B. Judd, executrix of the estate.
The real property consists of the residence
on Nuuanu avenue; pasture
land at Pawaa; land at Kualoa.
The perspnal property comprises 23
shares of Brewer & Co;4S0 shares Judd
Building Co; 11 shares People's Tee &
Refrigerating Co; 4.00 shares Hawaiian
Agricultural Company; 21 shares
Steamship Co.; household effects,
personal effects, carriages, horses, cows
and cash $1,770 97.
Jndge Humphreys was occupied yesterday
in beaming arguments in the
case of Mary C. Aldrich et. al. vs.
E. Hassinger et. al, litigation for
reforming a deed.
BEPTJBLICAN'S NEW OFFICERS.
Change In President and Business
3Tanager of the Company.
At a meeting of the Bobt. Grieve
Publishing Company, Ltd., publishers
of the Honolulu Republican, held July
lGth, Wm. A. Henshall was elected
President, and an executive committee
composed of the President, Secretary
George W. Smith and Treasurer J. H.
Fisher chosen: The full board of Directors
now consist of the three above
named and J. H. McCandless, Edwin
S.Gill, J. D. McVeigh and J. L. McLean.
Mr.- Ed. Towse is now business manager
of the company having been elected
to that position July 18th, and
assumed his duties the 19th.
Trouble at Kekaha,
Ivokaha mill has stopped grinding.
When the Nalau left Kauai the plantation
was having troubles with its laborers
there were 19,350 sacks of sugar on
the Kauai ready for shipment when the
Naeaa left.
Just arrived on the Mary E. Foster, a
large shipment of horses, mules, choice
milch cows and chickens of special varieties.
Honolulu Stockyard Co., limited.
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A LIBERAL COMPANY.
The PEOVTDENT SAVINGS
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
of New York, furnishes
maximum insurance at a minimum
cost. The company is as
liberal in its dealings with policy
holders as conservative and economical
management will allow.
I. R. BURXS is the resident manager;
office in Old Government
Building, Merchant street.
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Telephone 444.
MASONIC TEMPLE.
I SEATTLE BEER $
On Draught or in Bottles
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IX THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST
CIRCUIT OF THE TERRITORY OF
HAVVAXL In Probate. In the Matter
of the Estate of JOSEPH GOMES,
Into oE Honolulu, Oaliu, deceased.
Tho petition and accounts of the administrator
of the estate of said deceased,
wherein ho asks that his account
be examined and approvedand
that a final order be- made of distribution
of tho property remaining- ia his
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
and discharging him from all further
responsibility as administrator.
Tinviif ' Steamship Line, it is ordemtthat Friday, the 17th
Jidsp. . day of AUGUST, A. D. 1900, at
. ? k .British & r oreign Marine insurance uo,
Northern Assurance Go. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of PaoHSts from Liverpool.
HITE ROSE FLOUR
MaMiitiitfifirrifirffJ,,f1'v1,1lirai,1ia,1t1f1f1,1f1rlll'gl'r'llrliat,""il1
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o'clock a. mn at Chambers, in 'the
Court Room of the said Court at Honolulu,
Island of Oahu,"be ad the sama
hereby is appointed ns the time sad
place for heariag sud petitioa asd
accouaU. and th&t si! pcrsoas
way titca and tirrc appear aed
shew cause, If ay titer havej why the
soi aot -be granted. .
HoashilH, Jly 1 J tit, .1300.
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SmSXZSLS JLRS OS- THK WAX.
Wies They Arrive Hesse
ing; WBJ be Pushed.
The dkrianHsberirstkehoases
of Hoiolala is do to tie Boa-arrival
of ggurss for the nHHbering" said
rostoffke laspector H-M. Flint yes
tcn&yv "Figure for the numbering
arere ordered from the mainland by
the survey department sose tirae ago
and are sapposdto be on the way here
now. Just as soon as they arrive
numbering of the houses will begin
and I hope to have free delivery fully
established before I leave here on Sept.
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TRESPASS CASES.
District Judge Dickey ;Xept Busy
Hearing Tlieni.
Second District Judge Dickey was
busy yesterday in hearing many trespass
cases. M. Bernado owns a big
tract of pasture land in Kalihi Valley.
He brought a number of actions against
owners of stock. J. T.Debolt and Arthur
"Wilder were attorneys in a number
of cases.
Horse Scared to Death.
Xew York, July 11. A special to
the Sun from Richmond says: A
horse belonging to Samuel Belcher of
Swansboro was frightened to death
yesterday afternoon on the free bridge
in Richmond. Justus it reached the"
Richmond end of the bridge several
heavy blasts of powder were discharged
and it died in a few minutes. It is believed
that the horse burst a blood vessel.
Robbed Harvard's Library.
Cambridge. Mass., July 11 Dr.
Charles E. Cameron appeared in the
Middlesex County Criminal Court today
and pleaded guilty to the first and
last of six counts in the indictment
charging him with stealing, receiving
and concealing book plates belonging
to the library of Harvard University.
The case was continued until next term
for sentence. Dr. Cameron is well
known as a physician in Boston, Philadelphia
and .New York. He was graduated
from McGill University, Montreal.
WILLIAM SAVIDGB,
Real Estate Broker.
NO. 206 MERCHANT .STREET
Lot at
$1,000.
FOR SALE. -
1. House and lot on Young st; 60x140;
house contains S rooms. Price,
?3,600.
2. Two-story residence on Young st;
90x140; 10 rooms. Price,
Only part cash.
$7,500.
3. House and lot on Alexander st.;
100x190; house contains 7 rooms.
Price
4. House and lot at Kalihi; 77x150;
8 rooms. Price, $2,900. A bargain.
5. House and lot on slopes of Punch
bowl. Price, $2,750.
6. House and lot on Kinau st.
A bargain for $2,800.
50x100.
Kalihi; 771x150. Price,
S. Lot at Kalihi; 50x100. Price, $500.
9. House and lot at Kalihi; 155x150;
house contains 8 rooms. Price,
$3,90u.
10. House and lot on College st; 75x
125. A bargain for $5,000.
XL Business property on Fort st; 47x
9S. Price, $5,500. '
12. A fine piece of property on Fort st.,
near Vineyard; 81x116. Price,
$10,000.
13. Business corner in old Chinatown:
168x165. A good investment;
$11,000.
14. Lot on Kekaulike st; 46 ft front
Price, $5,000.
15. Lots at Kewalo; all bargains;
100 each.
Business property on Fort st;
50x
16. Lots oft Liliha st; $900 each.
17. House and lot on Liliha st; $3,500.
IS. House and lot on Vineyard st;
$3,500.
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TO LEASE.
$50
per month.
20. Various pieces in all parts of the
city.
TO LET.
2L House and lot at Kalihi; $15 per
month.
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Mr. F. Hxyseldoa is is tows.
Hand painted water sets for
Mrs.Ha&&5.
Jadge G.Clark was a p&sseager frcsa
Maui yesteidar.
J.McCheeny bsa returned free tke
other islands.
Henry Holmes sad wife arrived frosa
Hilo yesterday.
A furnished front roomoa vineyard
street is for rent.
Dr. Shaw b&s returned I rosx his trip
of Inspection to Maaai.
X igel Jackson and wife were passeng
er yesterday by the .Manns Lea.
"Musician'" advertises interestingly
concerning piano teaching.
A. S. Cleghom returned by the Mau-na
Loa yesterday.
Mr. and JErsv John A Hassinger will
shortly leave for tks coast
L.S. Matthews has a circulating library
of 2,000 Tolumes.
Call at the Cleveland Agency and
register your guess.
and family were passengers
by the Manna Loa yesterday.
Mrs. J. K. Brown will leave for Ohio
and the East by the City of Peking.
Bernoff Boehme and TEos. Longmore
arrived from the Colonies by the Alameda.
There will be music by the Quintette
Club at the new England Bakery,
Lanai, this evening.
Miss. E. Honghtailing and Miss Lena
Rosewarn were passengers for Maui
yesterday.
"W: Wyman and G.H. Allen were passengers
from Makaweli by the steamer
Mikahala.
Mr. Walter C. Peacock and wife re
turned from an extended trip abroad
via. the Colonies yesterday.
Mr. E. Powell accompanied by mother
and sister, arrived from AVaimea.
Kauai, yesterday.
Engineer Little well-known here will
be chief on one of new Oceanic boats
to run on tho Honolulu line. .
Silva and Vivas, Real Estate Brokers,
will list their properties on Tuesday,
July 2ith. "Watch for bargains in elegant
property.
Golf and standard shirts are com
fortable and defy the rising temperature.
Look cool and keep cool in one.
Iwakami & Co.
The line of boys and youths clothing
atL. Kerr & Co. Ltd., Queen street
store is the finest and most extensive
ever offered for sale in this city.
L. B. Kerr & Co. have purchased the
entire stock of shoes from the American
Dry Goods Ass'n., Fort St., and
added it to its already immense stock
of shoes in their shoe store at corner of
Fort and hotel sts., where they are actually
selling shoes at about one third
their value.
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Balbriggan Underwear,
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they fast you can take all you want at
$4.50 a Dozerk
WHITNEY & MARSH. Ltd.
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Anything and everything in ow Hac.
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Of the
Poetry of Summer?
If so you will like our stock of Summer Neckwear. Hero is concord and
rythm, sentiment and patriotism. The beautiful Is worked into tho most delf
cate shades of Silk, of which tho like has never been seen before.
The attention riven to tho makinjr of beautiful JTeckwcar shows
portance attached to it as an article of dress.
Mako your choice now and get the best at popular prices.
A TOUCH OF :.:
Good Taste and
Good Style
In our Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing lifts It out of tho ready-made rut
and adds 25 per cent, to its value. It might pay you to look at our line..
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Two Stores, Two Stocks, Two Telephones 96 and 676
P. O. BOX ooS. 9 and 11 Hotel St.. and corner of Fort and Hotel Su.
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Frames.
Fancy op Plain Finish.
YOUR CHOICE 40.00.
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