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originated and made
Lhi Four Great Boxes
; "BETHEL STREET WAY"
AT NO 116
With the same old sign on the winaow, and
A Brand New Stock of
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTH and MATTINGS.
you will find
We are hardling all
New Lasts, All .
New Chrome Tan,
solely by Hanan's.
Paint and Wall Paper
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lH'comes another vesterdav,
tomorrow will leconie nnothor
toilav. don't wait for tomorrow bu
suirestions for Iloliday Gifts:
more useful gifts are to be
Slain 96 and Slain 376
of Fort and Hotel Streets.
llore area few sensible
All tho Hbovo and many
TWO STOBES TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box 558.
23 and 27 Hotel Street and Comer
36 in. km 20 lbs. Rails
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN W EDXESDAY. JAXUAItt S. : 2.
CHESTER A. DOYLE .GETS TO WORK!
WITNESSES SUPPRESS FACTS J
BUT GET A WARM CROSS- I
, t. . ..-. - , Out
Honuapo and Paha.a MIHs .urn
Nearly Thirteen Thousand Tons
of Sugar Contributions to He-,
Kinley Memorial Fund. '
KAU. Jan. 4. 1902 Oa test Satur
day night about 9 o'elock a Japanese
.ij. - t Dmu.t
c ok namer tvioa, .'a6 - r
luu was murdered by a fellow release; portions Kuis. luw, nt.' a uure tor uumoags.
trinan named Sasaki. ' 1607. etc.. Fort street. 1 19-100 acres J TV. C. Williamson, of Amherst. Va
A few days prior to the murder a'nd. Waiklki. Honolulu. Oahu: $1.-U. S. A., says: "For more than a
Japanese ashing boat was nearly lost 000. Book 174. page 147. Dated De- rear I suffered from lumbago. I tried
with its three occupants, but "by a cember 25, 1S01. Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it gave
close shave thev were saved, and Mrs. C. H. Brown to S. C. Allen: j me entire relipf, which all other
friends ashore assisted them in . mortgage: 1 19-100 acres land. Wai-; dies had failed to do."
hauling the boat on the beach. To Honolulu. Oahu: Jiow. book
show their appreciation they jEave!227. page 4S0. Dated December 24.
hi JZL Ki-
da snd Sasaki were among me ""
oH thpv remained there about an
hour and had a couple of drinks ofjKakaako,
sake: thev went Into a room adjoin
ir, n, wpro uvnn heard Quarreling.
Recorded December 28, 1901.
Fight in a Bedrom.
Three Japs who were sleeping in J. E. Gamalielson to Hilo
room interfered and Sasaki let , tile Company. Limited; mortgage;
gal-1 lots 14 and 15. Kukuau 2d lot 7 map
K.Ja up. then Kida picked up a
vanlzed iron bucket to defend him-3. Ponahawai, three leaseholds,
self Sasaki rushed at him with a agreements, etc. live stock, buildings,
Hilo Hawaii: $10 000 Book 232.
beer bottle and struck him on
head smashing the bottle. While , Page 1. Dated December 2, 1901.
other Jap- A. MacAulton and wife to T O.
down, and unknown to the
stabbed Mitchell et al.; deed; lot 22A. R. P.
anese. he is supposed to ,
lease No. 3. Ponahawai. Hilo, Ha-he
Kida in the heart; they,
wail; $1000. Book 229, page 304.
was stabbed, put him on his feet
and pushed him outside, so as to get I Dated December 24, 1901.
walked D- Pinheiro and wife to M. G. Men-about
him away from Sasaki. He
fifteen feet, fell and died in adnca; deed; piece land. Kokomo,
nnfC npnntv sheriff Eaton I kawao, Maui; $S50. Book 229, page
was notified and started immediately
for Punaluu. Chester A. Doyle was
in the district, and as soon as he
heard cf the murder, he lost no time
in getting here and rendered most
Post Mortem Examination.
Dr. L. S. Thomson held a
examination and found several
wounds, tho most important being
on the left side, just below and
to the right of the nipple, which passed
between the ribs, through the
lungs and into the heart. The heart
was removed from the body and ex
hibited before the coroner's jury, then
put into a glass jar and sealed.
Doylo Gets to Work.
At the coroner's inquest Mr. Doyle
took off his coat and went to work on
the Japanese witnesses, and it will
be many a day before they will forget
the ordeal they went through. To
those who were inclined to answer
directly it was all right; but some
tried to avoid answering questions
and to suppress evidence. Mr. Doyle
had them on the rack about ten hours,
ind the witnesses and jury were glad
vhen it came to an end.
Sasaki had a preliminary hearing
before Judge Waipuilani on December
30, and was committed to the
jury term to be held at Kallua in
This is the third brutal murder committed
here within a few months,
and sp far the guilty ones have escaped.
Odds and Ends of News.
Honuapo and Pahala mills are
grinding and ha've been grinding
steadily since last February. The output
for the season" is about 12,900
Mr. L. Chong of Pahala is circulating
a list for the McKialey Memorial
Fund and is meeting with great success.
Mr. Edward Koon. Superintendent
of the Kau Telephone division, has
been kept busy repairing broken
phone lines; both the Kona and Hilo j Mrs. Walther Weedon Reads Selection
lines were down on steamer day. j on Blessing of Drudgery.
Mrs. -John a Searleis
visiting, A few ladies of the congregation of
L 5 ,the Christian Church attended the
Professor Henshaw and Chester A-
eti of tfae
Doyle are in the distnet. a so Miss .
of Vat church
T Marcos of Kalloa is visiting her , terd afteVnooa -
sister T Innie and friends at Pahala. p
, church at
.u.iuua iiua is taypeu jiu suuw.
making It quite cold.
New Year's night a dance was given
at Waiohinu in the skating rink.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The following transactions in real
estate have been recorded:
Recorded December 24, 1901.
H. Hackfeld & Company, Limited,
to Hilo Railroad Company, Limited; ,
partial release; portion Patent 4032. j
Olaa, Puna. Hawtli; $1. Book 227. '
page 4SS. Dated August 19, 1901.
Hilo Railroad Companv to First
.. o- . c rZ: r,
rLUioi.tiiu oJtwuji c ituai. wuiVui
of Hawaii. Umlted; trustee
OlSe; lands, franchises. roUing stock.
buildings, etc., Hilo and Puna, Ha-
Piwaii; $1,000,000. Book 230. page 130.'
Vlnntnrf i lcm '
,... .. t ' . .
ttuo itaiiroaa company to Jrirst
American Savings & Trust Company
of Hawaii. Limited; agreement; in re '
payment of taxes; $10. Book 230.
I page 155. "Dated December 19. 1901. i
F. French and husband to Trustees
.,... r.ifi ,. i. , v,.;
7 7. T. " ;,, " " '
5. College Hills tract, Honolulu.'
Oalra; SMtl Book 227. page 44- Dai-'
ed December IS. IWt
L. Way to W. a PsMock; ;
portim R. P. 150. KbL 577. Hsaotaht.
Cb; tarty years at $15 per swath. f
Book SB. page 1. Dated Deceatber S.
Recorded December 2Sr 1901. ,
ST. David, and hosbaad to Tfceo.
Bat-man; mortgage; piece land. Wai-
mea, Octa: $4. Book 227, page 4S.
, K. Kahiooa to Ah Ping: lease;
thm Ap- 1. R. P. 174S. Labaiaa. Masd;
years at $80. Book 238. page 4.
d 17. 19fl.
Recorded December 27, 1901.
Hawaiian Safe Denosit &
meat CompaaT U J P. Meodoaca; re-
iMS ieholife etc. Waialua!
j tt l..l n.l. (JAOAA Rswit !
ana na... v, v. 7-
227. page 4SS. Dated December 21. 1
A "IT Tlrrmm tn JrS. C H TlrOWB: I
Sorenson & Lyle to Estate B. P.
Bishop; lease; 1 59-100 acres land.
Honolulu, Oahu; fifteen
vears at $250. Boog 22S, page 41o.
Dated December 23, 1901.
306. Dated December 1C, 1901.
M. G. Mendonca and wife to D. Pinheiro;
deed; C S-100 acres land,
Hamakualoa. Maui; $1000.
Book 229. page 307. 'Dated December
Kauwe (w) to Estate M. Kailiahi;
deed; one-half interest in estate of
Meheula. Book 229, page 30S. Dated
February 21, 1963.
gage; one-half Ap. 1. R. P. 73S3, Kul.
gage; ine half Ap. 1, R. P. 73S3. Kul.
34S7. one-half Ap. 3. R. P. 73S3, Kul.
34S7, Wailuku. Maui; $250. Book 232
page 5. Dated December 7. 1901.
E. H. Pieper to M. G. Mendonca:
partial release; five acres in hui land
of Ulumalu, Maui; $2S0, Book 232
page 6. Dated December 23. 1901.
Kim York to W. C. Parke; chattel
mortgage; leasehold of Ap. 3, Grant
263S, Honolulu, Oahu; j
$300. Book 232, page 7. Dated
cember 27, 1901. .
Chas. Kaleikau and wife to Kipa !
hulu Sugar Company; deed; interest i
in Grant 3067, Kipahulu. Maui: $375.
Book 229, page 30S. Dated
ber 26. 1901.
Recorded January 2, 1902. j
V. Ward to TV. T. Rawlins; release; J
R, P. 40, Kul. 201. Queen and Rich-1
ards streets, Honolulu, Oahu; $1500.
Book 196, page 21S. Dated October ,
V. Ward to W. T. Rawlins; release;
R. P. 40, -Kul. 201. Queen and Richards
streets, Honolulu, Oahu; $1200 J
Bcok 213, page 122. Dated October
V. Ward to W. T. Rawlins, release;
R. P. 40. Kul. 201, Queen and Rich t
ards streets, Honolulu, Oahu; $1000.;
Book ISO, page 1S5. Dated December
V. Ward to TV. T. Rawlins; release;
R. P. 40, Kul. 201. Queen and Richards
streets. HonoIulu. Oahu: $500.
Book 226. page 266. Dated October
LADIES AID SOCIETY MEETS.
Encouragingly full reports from the
standing committees were read
Mrs. Walther Weedon gave se-
lected readings on" the subject "Bless-
Letters remamning uncalled for in
Honolulu Postofficemp to January 5th,
Abrams A Lucas, Miss Mary
Anderson. Mrs M .Maxwell. .Mrs u
Arce, Timeoto Makee. Miss V '
Abbey. Geo C Makee. Mr and Mr i
Anderson. WR Marc. Mrs J H I
Banks, Alex --.. t -i " t I .
t - xim
Blake" Mrs Edvra iuiiw mi i '
Bmhan. Mrs. H Miller. Miss A
Brown. Miss A Morgan. James
rashear. Harry McPherson. Miss M j
Brown. Mrs F
li41i;i.. V. '
Camnlon. N G f31 McT.rslh Thnmn?
rhri;,i, Kt fvu,.triL t 7
Colbnrn. Graro MnKn? w n I
Coneland. O E McKenrie! A i
Collies. Mrs. J McLoud. John
t.onrad. 3ixs Nelson. Richard
Cole. R. St J Nott. Mrs.'Agata
vimeia. Jirs .m a unmen.' uenevieve
Cummings. F J Palmer. Isaac
Davidson, T J Peters, E R
Wxoa. Arery J
Dwfelu. Ma. J
Peterm. Fred C
Realm-, H II
Rowland, A H
Simeon. X K
Satfia. Mrs. L K
Fraac. Mtee F Smith. Mrs Emma
Gleadoa, Ed 3. P. S. S. Co-Schmidt.
Henry Misa L
" r Steele. Aanatte
Harrfe. Mrs A K Strattoa
Harris. Artlrar L Stenrger. Jim
Hail. Joseph Taylor. J A
Hopkins. James F Tracy. Mrs J T
Howitsoa. John G Thorae. W H
Horneh. E C Wayne. L
Hutchinson. Miss CWaahop. Dr J W
Jepatmo. Mr. WUiioeton. Miss
Judd, Mrs C H (2) Ward. E E
Ktehnyer. F . Warren. Mrs Han-.
Kitchen. Wm. Williams. Mrs Wm
KHHtz. Major Gen Williams. C
(; Wricht, R B J
Le Clair. E
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
CIRCUIT OF THE TERRITORY
IN PROBATE. AT CHAMBERS.
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry
Gustave Biart, late of Honolulu,
Oahu, deceased, intestate.
Petition having been filed by Mrs.
Keliimahiai Biart. widow of said
praying that Letters of Ad
ministration upon said estate be is-.
sued to C. R. Hemenway, notice is
hereby given that Friday, the 31st
day of January. A. D. 1902, at 10
o'clock a. m.. in the Judiciary Build
ing, Honolulu. Oahu. is appointed the 1
time and place for hearing said peti
tion when and where all persons con-
cerned may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said Petition
should not be granted.
Honolulu, December 23, 1901.
Bv the Court:
P. D. KELLETT, JR..
ATtvix'snv x- TTinn
Attorneys for petitioner.
4ts. Dec. 26-Jan. 2-9-16
At a meeting of the See.Yup Be-
nevolent Society, the following
cers were elected for the ensuing
Chu Gem President.
Lam Tai Vice President.
Chung Leong. .English Secretary.
Chang Toug Chang
Woo Wan Treasurer.
L. Dan Yen Auditor.
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Nuuanu St. Opp. Sayegusa's
Tramwavs Time Table.
Cars leave Waikiki for Town at
5.45, 6:15, 6:45 a. m.. and eTerv 15(5
minutes thereafter till 10:45, 11:15 J fi
and 11:45 p. m. from Waikiki go to
the Punahou Stables. j
Cars leave Rifle Range or Pawaa ,
switch for Town at 5:5S a. m. and ' 2
every 15 minutes thereafter till 11:0S
p. m. ' S
Cars leave Fort and King streets
corner for Palama at 6:10 a. m. and , fi
every 15 minutes after till 11:23 p. m.
Cars leave for Palama only at 5 ft
;iuu a;ou u. m.
Cars leave Palama for Waikiki at
5:45 a. m. and every 15 minutes till
9:45 p. m., then at 10:15 and 10:45
p. m. The 11:15 p. m. from Palama
for Punahou only goes to Waikiki on
Cars leave -Fort and King streets
corner for Rifle Range at 5:20 and
5:50 a. m
Cars leave Fort and King streets
corner for Waikiki at 6:05 a. m. and
every lo minutes till 10:05 p. m.. then
fat 10:35 and 11:05 p. m. The 11:35.
p. m. goes to Waikiki on Saturdays '
BERETANIA STREET AND NUU-1
AN VAL . EY
Cars IeaTe Pnnahou stable for Town
at 5:30 and for Town and Valley at
o:su. t:iu. b:u. 6:40. 7 and 7:20
Cars leave Oahu Colleee for Town
and aie7 at b:30. 5:o0 and 7:10 a.
;m ana eery 10 minutes till 10:10
D- except the even hour and half-
" - "k..i. .um. isi J"'R.
Cars leave Nuuanu Taney at 5:10. i
6:30. 6-50 a. m and vry 10 minutest
thereafter tilt 10:5 p m.
Cars leave Fort and Queen street? f
for Punahou College at 6:05, 6:25,"
6:45 a- m., and every 10 minutes after '
till 9:45 p. m. After that the mrs
iiu iu tue outute up id ii.us p. zru.
which Is the last car from Torn,'
reaching the Stable at 11:30 p m.
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