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The Honolulu republican. [volume] (Honolulu, T.H.) 1900-1902, December 13, 1901, Image 10

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TRE&TEQ OLD UDT
IH A BOUGH WE
(GMtlBaed from Seventh Page.)
1W, ami boad fixed at $25.00, and
Jmjs remaiaed at that Sgnre up to the
present lime. However, upon adding
the rarfcMM Interests of the estate be
Ssde that they araoant to about 5300.-OH
at tbc present time, and there-fare
reeoasneads that the amount of
the gwardtaa's bond be Increased to
SfrM.MO.
Continued Until Friday.
Kataaa, who appeared for trial Wednesday
la Jadge Humphreys' court,
was there again yesterday morning.
Ob Wednesday -when he appeared
he was clothed In the garb of a felon.
notwtthstaadlBg the fact that be had
not., been tried or found guilty of burglary
ia the flrat degree with wh'ch
he bad been charged the court
that be sbou'd appear again
yesterday Is citizen's clothing, and
ateo ordered that such clothing be
procured for Mm. His case was yesterday
coatlnued until the February
or any special term of the court.
Motion for New Trial.
"A motion for a new trial has been
filed by J. L. Kaulukou in favor of
his client A. Gueniann, who was con-
vlctad yesterday of manslaughter In
tb third degree in Judge Humphreys'
eorL The motion Is based on the
following grounds: That the verdict
of the Jury In said action rendered on
tho 11th dav rf December against the
rfefMMtaat finding him guilty of
In the third degree, be set
aside, and a new trial granted said
defwdant on the grounds, to-wit:
First, that the verdict was. and is
contrary to the law and the evidence,
awl to the weipht of the evidence, in
said action, and also contrary to the
Instructions of the -court to the Jurj
thereon.
The motion will be hoard on Satur
day.
Court Notes.
Fred Wundenburg has blvcn notice
of apaal from the decree dismissing
his bill for injunction against George
M&rkham.
In the case of the Territory of Hawaii
vs. Kauhlmaka, who was recently
triod for assault and battery in the
lower court, and sentenced to thirty
days at hard labor and to pay costs
upon a plea of gulltv. who appealed to
tho Circuit Court for mitigation of
sontonce. upon motion cf Deputy Attorney
General Cathcart tho case received
nollo prosequi vnsterdav
Tho suit of W. C. King vs. W. L.
Peterson, upon opcu account in which
plaintiff sought to collect from defendant
for goods purchased by his
wife, was decided in favor, of defendant.
It was shown that defendant
had obtained a divorce from his wife,
and declined to pay for goods bought
by bar on the grounds that she was
not authorised to purchase by him.
Judgmont was givon for the defendant
as the purchase was not a necessary
ono and tho agency of tho wifo
was not satisfactorily established.
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WILLIAMS BOYS PLEAD GUILTY.
Light Docket Confronted Judge Wilcox
in District Court Yesterday.
Stars of high magnitude succeeded
in arresting the attention of those
who gathered at the poi'ce court
morning. The Wilcox matinee
while brief -was none th" less interesting.
The famous Williams team
was on the boards, listed for a "first
degree turn.
The noted Ethionean store breakers
were arraigned before the First District
Court. Bob Williams and Edgar
Williams responded to their names
when called out bv the prosecution.
Each lost no time in pleading gulltv
to the charge of burglary In the first J
degree, mere was nine eise ior me
prosecution to do, but to recommend
to tho court that the bail of the defendants
be fixed high enough, to re
tain them in the confines of the city
bastile. Thenegrojs were placed under
bonds to the amount of $2500
each, and In default of which they j
were remanded to jail. The defend-.
ants were cemmitt'd for trial at the
next term of the Circuit Court.
HallllanI, charged with vagrancy,
was granted a nolle prosequi. The
man was found wandering about the
Fernandez premises at Walk'ki and
was placed under arrest. The complaining
witness refused to prosecute.
Messrs. Hamlin and Sui Tim. arrested
while occupying, the room of'a
mutual friend were sent up for vagrancy
yesterday. Each defendant was
given three months at the reef.
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JAPAN BUYS duio.
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Many Submarine Vessels Reported
Sold to Forelan Powers.
NEW YORK, Dec. 6. Three
so'd to a foreign prwer, says the
World. Captain V. Goolmnyrden of
the Royal Norwegian Navy, has been
sent by his Government to buy. if
possible, that manv destrovers. Captain
Goolmnyrden has just had a conference
with Vice Admiral Elihu B.
Frost of the Holland Torpdeo Boat
Company regarding the matter. Two
of the boats have already been sold
to Japan and several to Russia. A
test will be made for Captain
at New Suffolk, this week.
The test will consist of diving and
running the boat three miles at a
depth of fifteen feet.
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The FUNU
Is Not a Self
Playing
Piano .
It is an
Instrument
That Plays the
PIANO
GARRISON MUTINIED.
Hundreds of Turkish Women Pensioners
Demand Their Pay.
NEW YORK. Dec. C The Constantinople
correspondent of the London
Times and New York Times, says
the garrison at Mecca which has not
been paid for a long whUe. has muti
nied. As a -result money to pav the !
troops here was sent from Constant!-!
nople on Wednesday. Hundreds of j
Turkish wemen pensioners gathered
on Wednesdav in th prpcincts of ths i
Porte, weeping, shrieking and de- j
manding their pav. Th" Grand Virer
dispersed them bv tell'ng them they
would forfeit their pension If they
did not cetse their clamor.
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1901.
REPORTED TO MYE TU3XEB
1U3TLE IK A TERBiFlO STORM
British Ship Nelson Thought to Have
Been Sunk Immediately Carrying
Down to Death the Entire Crew...
PORTLAND (Or.), Dec. 4. With
twenty-eight men on board, the British,
ship Nelson, bound for Queens-town,
Is reported to have turned tar-tie
last night some distance out of
Astoria in the terrific storm which has
been raging off the, Oregon coast for
several days. The ship is said to
have sunk Immediately, carrying
down to death the entire crew. The
storm- which the Nelson encountered
caused great disaster all along the
North Pacific coast.
The bar tugNTatoosh, Capt Bailey,
which returned to port at Astoria today,
brought the news cf the terrible
disaster, which is believed to be ful y
as bad as reported.
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The night was dark, and it was
impossible for the tug to render
any assistance to those members of
the crew, if any, who were not carried
down with the ship. The noise of
the ga'e made It Impossible to tell
whether anv of the men might have
been rescued, and those on board the
tug were finally ccmpel'ed reluctantly
to withdraw to a place of safty.
Captain George W. Woods, the bar
pilot, Eavs the Nelsoi must have sunk
between 10 and 11 o'clock last night,
when the gale was Pt Its height.
The Ne'son was built at Port Glasgow,
Scotland, 'n 1S74. and wis owned
bv Shaw. Savil & Co. of Glasgow.
On NovemSfer 2Uh, Fhe sailed from
Or., with 3S.230 centals of
wheat valupd at $15 700. shlpprd bv
the Portland Grain ComDany, end she
was bound for Quenstowa. HPr tonnage
was 1247 The cargo was fully
Insured.
NEWS OF THE TOWN.
Wm. Rickard. of Honokaa, is around !
again after a siege of sicltness.
R. R. Berg, manager of Grinbaum
& Company, returned from the Coast
In the Sierra yesterday.
George H. Fairchild, manager of the
Kealia plantation, Kauai, returned to
the Islands In the Sierra.
T. McCandless arrived In the
Sierra yesterday, accompanied by his
son, James S. McCandless.
A Good Couah Medicine.
(From the Gazette, Tootcoomoa, Australia.)
I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
an excellent medicine. I have been
ffntr n envnm rwM.li Tfit flirt najt
...i.ib vm . - r9" " . i.w .
two months, and it has effected a cure, j
I have great pleasure in recommending 1
it. W. C. WOCKNER. This is the.
opinion of one of our oldest and mostl
respected residents, and hns been voluntarily
given in pood fn'th that others
may try the remedy and be benefited, as
was Mr. Wockner. Tin remedy Is sold j
by all druggists and dealers. Benson, t
Smith & Co.. agents for Hawaii.
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Police Arrests.
Arrest3 made by the police department
yesterday Included the 1 mowing:
John M. Lewis, Jose Hulby.
Fales Colba, Adolph, Osange and John
McKay, vagrancy; Manuel S Govsria
and Ah Nln. heedless driving; Hala.
assault and battery, and Eliza Avlett,
Funada, gambling; P. Burns, common
nuisance, and Horace BerrelL drunkenness-
.
Tom Sharp
gignographist
(SuccessortoCHAS.SEYDONE.)
SIGNS
Designing- and Gilding:.
Advertising a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
Feb "ALAMEDA"
SEEDED RAISINS, in Packages.
ORANGE, LEMON & CITRON PEEL!
SULTANAS, CURRANTS.
FIGS, DATES.
CHOCOLATE 'CREAMS.
CRYSTALIZED FRUIT. .
SANTA CLAUS MINCE MEAT
CRANBERRY SAUCE.
PLUM PUDDINGS.
CHUTNEY.. .PICKLES. JAMS.
JoSHLTHI
GROCER. ORPHEUM BLOCK.
Blue 681.
JUST RECEIVED
BYS. S.ALAMEDA
SNOW FLAKE OYSTERS.
SNOW FLAKE TOMATOES.
SNOW, FLAKE ASPARAGUS.
SNOW FLAKE SALMON.
SNOW FLAKE CORN.
MELROSE SLICED PEACHES.
MELROSE SLICED PEAS.
MACARONI AND CHEESE.
J.E GOEAS.
PHONE BLUE 2312.
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA STS.
mimms ...,a
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BERGSTROM MUSIC
pollii?aris
("THE QUEEN" OF TABLE WATERS")
Served at state dinners at the White House.
Used bv Rovaltv and the reigning Princes throughout
the world.
A beveragerfit for "the gods" and within the reach of
mortals.
Tennis Rackets
Foot Balis
Bae Ball
Goods
BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTIONS.
For Sale iy M&GFARUNE I GO.. Ltd.,
Hardware
Tin Hardware
Agate Hardware
Lamps
j
$
OB PRINTING....
Cans, Revolvers,
Sporting Goods.
JavenileBieycles
WHITMAN & CO.
Carving Sets
Knives Scissors
and
General Line Cutlery
i.NroivL
?'-. s$ ..ASi
AS A SOURCE OF PLEASURE
THE PIANOLA Islimitless. It may be resorted to in a hundred
ways. As an accompanist for singing. For dance music it is unexcelled.
For the entertainment of guests at "both formal and informal gatherings.
HBVV
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY THE
BOBEP.T GRIEVE PUBLISHING CO., Ltd.
CUSSIFIED iOYERIJSEMENT
ClAife4 AdttrtU&aeaU ia tXis cofvsMi
tcill 5 iiuertdi at 10 cenit a its first
bitcrtion; 5 etntt lint cstf insertion;
25 ceU pr J per vreit; 3S
ctnU ptr line ttco trcefcz. W SO cf
per Kit per Btontk.
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WANTED.
WANTED A girl to work, in bindery
Apply at Republican oSce.
WANTED To tt 5owe dae wait Diamond
rinjrs; also fine opal riacs; reasonable
price. Watcbec repair! cs
time. G. Diets, watehmaitr and jtv
'ter. Fort t nar Uoiel la lrtcots,s
store.
WANTED Girls to do laiwdry wrs.
Apply Sanitary Steam Laundry.
aad Sooth trwu.
FOR RENT.
TO LET Large douW isosqat&v
proof room aad beard; sitAbU for
two gentlemen; electric lights,
all modern
P. O. Box 91, Honolults.
FOR RENT An eight roos eottajfc
on Younjr street Apply J. A. Mv
goon, Magoon bulWlng.
FOR RENT Aloha Hose. Fort .
Large, airy rooms with board, 5
per week.
FOR RENT Two (2) nry bo at
on Yojbc rwt, conr.t
Ins - bdrooM upstair, and Jt bed
rooms, 1 double now. parlor, dmrg
room, kitcbea, bath rom aad pa rat
water closet down stain. Kaptw via
Estate, Ltd.
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON U
premises of the Sanitary Stram Lnio
dry Co. Ltd.. Maraiion and Son'Ji
streets. The cottages voftuia 4 roota
kitchen aad bath room. No am
charge for hot and eokl water ao4
electric light. Heat raaallf. Ay-ply
on the pretaibos to J. Luhtf:,
nianaser.
LOST.
LOST A whito horse, marked I X
on shoulder. Finder will b xo
warded on returning same to Win
Ylck, 207 King strcL
YSQGASHOTEN
IMPORTER AND DEALER IS
JAPANESE PROVI610N3
and General McrchandB
JAPANESE LIQUOR, direct from
KOBE, JAPAN.
Sole Agents for RYOKO MASAMUNE,
King Street
An Instrument by which any one can play the PIANO.
If- fu" hmre never? fyBiPd fefeis wendepM FiaR
Juste tiale a memeRfe
ani all in and see waft ite
will i.
COMPANY LTD. ' v ' mhde to fit upright or grhnd
Phono Main 9:
Business men wlH tell yoa
that an ad In The
s an brings eood reiHilts be-
canse the peonli r.d It.
AQENTSr
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