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THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 190- tv y ,, a-ni :& ' hm no & l t, . I r r J I F. H. Redward Contractor and Builder 42 Punchbowl Street Telephone BLUE 1701. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Telephone White SOL : Jobbing Promptly Attended To. OSCAR SELLERS PLUMBING. Omce and Shop: Beretaala. Near Alapal Praaplcg Htailon. 472 Street SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY. r Why Not KEEP YOUR HORSE AT THE Hotel Stables Where the feed isgood,'Uie"con ditions sanitary, attention kind and prompt, and RATES MODERATE? Names Brown, Proprietor FISH MARKET BOOTH Win. J. ARNOLD, Manager. HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE LIKE OF Imported and Domestic Meats; Fish; Live and Refrigerated Poultry, Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes, Fruits and Vegetable. Two deliveries dally to any place within city limits at 9 a. m. and 3 P. ra. easterners desiring to have their orders delivered are respectfully re quested to call and leave the same prior to the hours above named. .Telephone Main 379., XLHi . . xLJli Delivered to all parts of the city. Oahu Ice & BleGtriG Go. Phone 3151 Bluo ef:: na, . no tmimmmmm Miff -hUH UNt WttK UNLY wrirviu OTJK. BIG SHIRT WRIST SALE LAST ALL IMPORTED GOODS of stylish fashions. Don't Saturday, Jan. lsth. j A. A. MONTANO, Prop. 1 H. F. DAVISON, Mgr. ARLINGTON BLOCK. Phone Main 311. Kssr-r Get Your Horses From I iL Telephone RHB Main Ijjjig Id Get TI TERRITORY STABLES A MODERN LIVERY, up-to-date In every particular, flrstclaw boarding. Rigs delivered and called for la any part of tae city. S. F. Thonias, Manager. aaatfoia: NewYorkDentaliCASES BEFOBE Parlors. Room 4, Elite Building, Hctel Street THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS. No More Dread of the Dental Chair. Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain by our late scientific methods. No sleep-producing agents i or cocaine. These are the only dental j parlors In Honolulu that haTe the pat-' ent appliances and Ingredients to ei-aji day yesterday -with the case of tract, fill and apply gold crowns acdjth Kapiolani Estate. Limited, against; porcelain crowns, undetectable from; A S- Cleghorn. The matter was ar- natural teeth, and warranted for ten years, without the least particle of pain. Gold crowns and teeth without plates, gold fillings and all other den tal work done painlessly and by sp& clallsts. Gold crowns, 55; full set teeth, 5; bridge work, $5; gold filling, tl up; silver fillings, 50c H0 pUTES Any work that should not prove sat isfactory will be attended to free of charge any time within 5 year. We are making a specialty of gold crowns and bridge work; the most beautiful, painless and durable of all dental work known to the profession, Our name alone will be a guarantee that your work will be of the best We have a specialist in each department., Best operators, best gold workmen and extractors of teeth; in fact, all the staff are inventors of modern dentis try. We will tell you In advance ex actly what your work will cost by free examination. Give us a call and you will find we do exactly as we adver tise. .6 ' Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St. LADIES IN ATTENDANCE. Office open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Make appointments for evening. Wela Ka Hao Saloon. QUEEN STREET. JUST OPENED. COOL DRINKS. FINE GIGARS. Tumble in some day! McKENZIE & THOMPSON, Prop's. ti- v V V 8 the very latest and most forget, it will close on 1 I 1 HOTEL STREET. P. 0. Box 57. (I) lfjS&v NEWYORKDENmP&RLQRS m '"v. LSJxOJu .. . IT.-fTrnv; Lt 1 IbATiOil j PIES1T OF JEW FIRST CIRCUIT COURT HAS HEAVY CALENDAR FOR FE3RUARY TERM. Chinese Want C. Bolte Arrested But Judge Humphreys Declines to I M V I (li li vcliWioa o; property ia thi oris J- I-1JL J L J-LlOt iaai complaint. It is said that the additional tes Supersede Vilccx Kinney Com- -lodge Hamphreys directing J. S-.belt: deed; one-foerth interest In R. J Walker, administrator of the estate! P. 7150. Kul. 10174. Kohalalele, one plains That He Was Nat Notified j c strow, deceased, to pay andjfoarth Interest In R. P. 7191, Knl of" Dunne's Application. deliver into court all moneys and"? S75B. Kaohe. Hamakua, Hawaii; S30 property of tho estate. j Book 231, page 12S. Dated December Franz Christian Wilhelm Bach-1 14, 1501. The Supreme Court was occupied ! hokz. a German, was vestardav ail- J. de Lima to Carlos R, de Souxa. gued and submitted and today the case of Jonathan Shaw against C. W. Booth, exceptions from Circuit Court. First Circuit, Robertson &. Wilder for plaintiff and J. A. Magoon for defendant-appellant, will be commenc ed, New Cases Filed. Cases filed on return of summons! The fUwlS transactions In real August Item and wife to A. Zim yesterday were as follows- (estate have been recorded: mermann; mortgage; Patent 4313. " Action to quiet, title inland at Ma-1 J. Qealohakui and wife to S- M.. 0Iaa- funa- Hawaii: 51500. Bcok 232. noa Frank Godfrey against John j Damon; deed; interest in R. P. 2S5S,'Pase 1- Dated December 2S, 1901. Kidwell. Plaintiff claims that on March S, 1S99. defendant obtained a deed of the property from Emma Metcalf Ikaika by wrongful methods. J. O Carter, et al.. trustees of the Bishop Estate, against Lulia (w.), ejectment from land at Kawanana koa; plaintiffs claim damages for wrongful possession. Lahela Kualwa against Kuaiwa, li bel for divorce on the grounds of cruelty and intemperance. F. Lombard against A. M. Brown, former marshal and present high sheriff, action for 52000 for false ar rest. On account of said arrest plain- "ff declares that he has suffered and at reputation and profession as a teacher of languages have been damaged to the extent of $2000. There were five arrests and the plaintiff states the history of each, He also speaks of the refusal of ,. . . . suit for damages without costs on ac count of poverty. The plaintiff says that while he was in a weak condition. Messrs. Vos siou and Schaefer, French and Italian consuls, called on him and induced him to accept 5200, which offer he was unable to refuse on account of his distinction. Tho Divorce Mill. John Degreaves brings suit for di vorce from his wife, Caroline De leaves, alleging unlawful conduct Beke Ah Sing asks for divorce from Akai Sing, alleging non-support. She believes) she says, that her hus band is a loafer and a vagrant, with out any employment The woman says her husband has never contrib uted to her support. William H. Wright against John K. Gandall. assumpsit, claim for 52. 4O3.C0 with interest from May 31. 1901. indebtedness for money expend ed by plaintiff for the use of defend ant. M. L. Smith against the Honolulu Stock Yards Company, in assumpsit, claim for S4500 for building February Calendar. There are already 275 cases enter ed on the calendar of the February term of the Circuit Court, First Cir cuit, as, follows: Criminal. 25: civil jury, 202; jury waived, 22; and di vorce. 26. Before the calendar is closed it is expected that there will bo other cases added. Wanted Bolte Arrested. A number of Chinese appeared be fore Judge Humphreys in chambers jesterday morning, asking for the arrest of C. Bolte on a charge of as sault and battery. Judge Humphreys refused to take jurisdiction in the matter, holding that it was a case for Judgo Wilcox. In the Federal Court. In the United States District Court jesterday morning Attorney Blgelow, of counsel for the Bishop Estate, in timated that there was some objec- tion to the order of the Court on Sat-! urday last putting the Government in possession of the land condemned In the suit against the Bishop ltatQ.'VHorner; deed; lot 1, block C, Villa Judge Esteo consented to hear more in the matter today. Pursuant to the order of Judge Estee. placing the United States in immediate possession of the land. , subject to existing leases. United . States District Att-rnev Dunne paid! 1 over 10 umei uierK .1a11uc jo..iji 1 1 - ( for the 561.2 acres of Pearl Harbor , J land of the Bishop Estate. Attornev W. A. Kinney, of counsel ! for the Bishop Estate, declared that h had received no notice that the Government was going to ask for !i I such an order as was made by Judge , J Estee on Saturday. .' District Attornev Dunne applied ; for and obtained th order under sec jtioa 1559 of the civil code. Mr. Dunne says that there Is nothing In the statute requiring the giving 01 such notice as is spoken" of by Mr. Kinney. "The money Is here." said Judga Estee. "and will draw interest The Bishop Estate can tsko it c? refuse it The Court signed ths order because uader the law It was the only proper thing to do." Various Court Notes. , j A desaarrer has jeB siea n tae case of S. C AHea agalBstT. K. ,Lucsa, tKiL.ovloHre. Hearv Sikfcaastts a4ctSb tolacros' Jasd, Paacoi , Hilo.. 'Hawaii;. - amend his complaint against Mar? A. S. Rose and Sanford B. Dole, an i emir hsrlnr tumn m-rfa In th.a. riM ' --- ..- -. ... U.MWV . timonj- ia the Kamalo case will be heard by Judge Humphreys daring the present Tacation. (Monday. February IT. has been set Tor heariag the petition of Paikal for , probate of the will of J. W. Kealakaa. j Jade Humphreys has made aa or - i der allowing Louisa Kaaloa, guar- diaa of aertwo minor children, to 14243. Kaaaluiaa. Hasjakaa. Hawaii, spend S5r for their support and edu-j W0. Bwk 232. pag IS- Dated De cation. cember 5. 190L An order has also been made by mftted to United States citizenship by raited States Judge Estee, I Accounts of Marshal Hendry. Chief' Clerk Maling and Referee Fleming were yesterday approved by Taited, States Judge Estee. ' , ... ' - t -..ii m ,nrnT,r.Tin KKfl HS fl K KANSHKKV i iiuuu iiWiini; Auiuiuiuuwi, ! Kul. 112S5. interest in R. P. 6S32,KuI. .?.?R Mnanaln.a Honolulu Oahti 3500. Book 229, page 319. Dated DecembTi 1G. 1901. Gear, Lansing & Company to M Ferreira; deed; lot 3, block 14, Kai- muki tract, Honolulu, Oahu: 5400.; aership deed; rice planters, etc, Wa Book 229, page 320. Dated January lIua- Kauai; capital $12,000. 10 years, on ion. Book 224. page 479. Dated Decem- I J , i o , ber 5. 1901. Recorded January 2, 1901. j IIonoluIu Tobacco Companv, Limit- Pacific Sugar Mill to W. Kekua; i ej, to See Hon Company. lease: store release; interest in Grants 1SS2 and 1SS3, Hanapai and Niupaka, Hama kua, Hawaii; $133. Book ISO, page 203. Dated December 30, 1901. A. P. Pedro to Yee Sing Company; lease; portion R. P. 452G. Mahele IS, piece land. Waiau, Ewa. Oahu;- ten years at $100. Book 233, page 14. Dated June 20, 1901. A. E. Cunha and husband to Hono lulu Iron Works Company; lease; por tion Ap. 1, R. P. 10S0, near Que-n street, Honolulu, Oahu; twenty years at 22.30 per month. Book 233, paga 16. Dated March 2, 1S97. H. C. UIH to Wing Wo Tai & Com pany; lease; It. P. 379, Kul. 5651D. Ap. 1, Waikane, Koolaupoko, Oahu; ten years at $100. Book 233, page 12. Dated December 10, 1901. E. Macfarlane to H. C. Ulil; con sent to lease of R. P. 379, Kill. 5C5B. Ap. 1. Waikane. Koolaupoko, Oahu. Book 233, page 14. Dated December 10, 1901. H. A. Hcen to Sang Hop Wai Com pany; assignment of leasc; three leaseholds, Waikikl, Honolulu. .Oahu; $S00O. Book 22S, page 420. Dated De cember 30, 1901. F. E. Hobron to E. V. Harrison; deed; portion R. P. 297, Kul. 11 3. near Alakea street, Honolulu. Oahu; $5000. Book 231. page 122. Datrtl December 30, 1901. Keauhulihla to Waianae Company: ueed; R. P. 4909, Kul. 3096. Wallele, Waianae, Oahu; $600. Book 231, page 123. Dated December 31, 1901. S. K. Kuikahi and wife to D. Forbes; deed; R, P. 7365, Kul. 1291. Puopaha. Hamakua, Hawaii: $140.? Book 231, page 124. Dated December 17. 1901. H. Muyamoto to S. I. Shaw: chat tel mortgage; leasehold, near corner! Kukui and Nuuanu streete, Honolulu. Oahu; S700. Book 230, page 1G7. Dated October 4, 1901. S. Spencer et al to H. Armitage, deed: It. P. 2674, Pouhuluhulu. Ho nolulu. Oahu; 52300. Book 231. page 125. Dated August 10, 1901. W. M. Minton and wife to A. V. Gear; deed; portion lot 25. Pawaa tract, Honolulu. Oahu; $1. Book 234, page 1. Dated December 30, 1901. W.-M. Minton to A. V. Gear; deed; lot 29, block 7. Kewalo tract, Hono lulu. Oahu; 51. Book 234, page 2. Dated December 30, 1901. 0 a A. V. Gear to Jane Minton: deed; lot 29. block 7, Kewalo tract, Hono lulu. Oahu; $1. Book 234, page 3. Dated December 30, 1901 Recorded January 3, 1902. M. Joseph and wife to Mars. A. Franca. Hilo. Hawaii; $300. Book 234. page 4. Dated October 12. 1S99. Estate D. Kaula to T. May: deed; one-half interest In R. P. 23000, Ke- alakaha, Hamakua, Hawaii; $2070. Rook 234, page 6. Dated November 29 1901. w.tiitiiri Kpaeh liimnanv. i.imitMi . -- j tQ F. Wundenberg; Fore Entry: Wai-1 kiki Inn premises. Waikiki. Honolulu. I Oahu. Book 230. page 169. Dated!. December 12. 1901. 1 1 ' 1 Recorded January . 1902. L. L. McCandless to Mrs. M Ka - jpola; deed; piece land Waianae Ewa , , Oahu; II. Book 229, page Sol. Dated December 2S, 190L First American Savings & Trust j Company of Hawaii. Limited, to Pa-j lolo Land &. Improvement Company,! Limited; partials release; lots 9 and;ed up a dainty and neat Ice cream 10. block 101, Palolo tract. Honolulu, s parlor, corner of Alakea and King. riQt.n tsnn nmt ;uv mm 1 70. 1 Everything clean and tasty. Ice Dated January 4, 1502. Palolo Land & Improvement Com - pany. Limited, to M. Madeca Jr.; deed; lot 10, block 101, Palolo tract Honolulu. Oahu; $500. "Book 223, page 322 Dated January 4. 1S02. Recorded January S, 1902 Perrr Pearce to E. N. Kaaua; j deed; oae-half interest In sbtty-ave ISO. Book 23L page 130 Bated f December 23. 1S5L Fl V Ia fal'33 K 1312a) ta Ka- ! maliiwahine; ded; interest la thirty acres liEd Paunof. Kilo. Hawaii; 53. ' Book 23L pas-? 130- Dated December -- - 30. 150L KamalliwaLine to E. N- Pake (alias iKaaaai: deed; interest ia thirty five (acres land. Pcanol. Hilo. Hawaii;!. J Book 221, page 13L Dated December 30, 1SS1. ; Charles Williams to Geraldo 3 Ferreira, mortgagee Pateats 3SSS and L. M. Lonohiwa to Kepola Camp- deed; three acres land. Kanpakulua. Hamaknaloa. Maui: 5300 Book 231. page 12S. Dated December 23, 1501. T. K. Lalakea and wife to Jahn Fitzgerald, mortgage; one-half acre land. Hilo. Hawaii: 51240. Book 232. page 19. Dated December 15. 1901. I Joseph Kaahau to M. Smith, mort- sage; tv oacres land. Waikamalo i North Hilo. Hawaii; 5257 Book 232 , Pa?e 21. Dat'd December 26, 1901. , " '-""- JUU " lu r"L - Una "anK OI wauUKU; morigage; piece land. Market street extension. Wailuku. Maui; 51000. Book 232, page 23. Daoted January 1, 1902. See Sing Wai Company; co-part- and yard. Fort street, Honolulu. Oa hu; eight years at $125 per month. Book 22S. page 426. Dated December 13, 1901. Heirs of Kapu; affidavit; in re own ership of R. P. 1730, Kul. 729. Hono lulu. Oahu. Book 224, page 4SI. Dat ed January 6. 1901. L. K. Kentwell to Wong Che; as signment of lease: portion building. Fort street. Honolulu. Oahu: $1100 Book 22S. page 42S. Dated Septem ber 6, 1901. Recorded January 7, 1902. M. Auld and husband to Marj Lu cas; additional charge; Aps. 1 and 3, R. P. 603. R. P. 3210. Kalihi-kai. Ho nolulu, Oahu; $2000. Book 230, page 171. Dated December 7, 1901. Keawe to Shomatsu llanda; lease; R. P. 266, Kul. 4115, Kaaawa, Koolau loa, Oahu; ten years at $25. Book 22S. page -129. Dated January 6. 1902. Chong Joe to Leong Chew; assign ment of lease; four acres land, Ka waipapa. Hana, Maui; $100. Book 22S, page 430. Dated December 26. 1901. R. V. Rodrigues and husband to Portuguese Mutual Benefit Society; mortgage; portion Grant 3400, Kulao kahua, Honolulu. Oahu; $1300. Book 5f nacf 17f! Tinfoil Tlnpomhor 1 1901. San Antcnio Portuguese Bcinefit Society to J. C. Oliveira; release: lot 5. block 6, Kewalo tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $500. Book 215, page 23S. Dat ed December 31, 1901. Estite B. P. Bishop to J. Gasper; lease; portions Mahele Award 32. Kahauloa 2. South Kona, Hawaii; 21 years at $225. Book 22S. page 431. Dated November 1, 1901. Western & Hawaiian Investment Company to Peter Born; release; R. P. 166S. Pahoehoe-, Kona. Hawaii; $5n0. Book 160. page 237. Dated De cember 20, 1901. DESTITUTE PORTO RICANS. Now in Charge of tne High Sh'eriff Awaiting Employment. Hungry and, destitute, two dozen Porto Ricans who have for some time past been making their home at Ka kaako, were taken in hand by the pol ice department yesterday morning, and were rounded up to the central station. The Porto Ricans had endeavored to secure aid from the Associated Charities, but were unsuccessful. Many of the men had families and de clared that they were starving. High Sheriff Borwa took up the matter of providing work for the un employed, and within the next two days will endeavor to place his charg- i es on the various plantations on the ; anrf nf fiamr. Thnsii who romsn to w- w -- -work will be prosecuted for vagrancy. The Porto Ricans have been f reouent- ,. etp. . . . ., . ... ,. . ' , mpmiPR ni rn no ira inrrA irmrfi soi- , ,citatlon regardin5 their movements, I, 4h ht f th . . in Honolulu. New Ice Cream Parlors. D. G. Camarinos has recently open Srifota. drmkS' J p Doa't fail to A Cure for Lumbago. W. C. Williamson, or Amherst. Va TJ. S. A., says: "For more than a year I suffered frcm lumbago. I tried j Chamberlain's Paia Balm and itgare. I me entire relief, which all other reme- dies liaa faUed to do." - ? ,.-' - 5ai?itary 5tear Ring np MAIN 73, and o: oococooooocooocccc California harness Shop Fort Street, aJ.i.lbltJ Vndrew Osher 8c Co.'s SFECIJSJCv D F SCOTCH WHISKEY "none equal.- W. O. FEAOOOK SOLE AGZNTS. df,!;. ::... . . : The Coyne I Furniture Co., IS OFFERING SOME BEAFTIF it. ttprmnmr srrs IIOL )LIDAY PRICES. In WHITE MAPLE, IUUDSEYE MAPLE, OAK, MAHOGANY. ASH, ELM and PINE. gTIie Ijro5-res CONDON'S NIGHT PATROL RELIABLEWATGHMEN FURNISHED FOB Buildings, Business Property AND Residences ALSO Ships and Docks 7. xx3ii(atwoaaaui .jcAAiaayr NEW ARC LAMPS RECEIVE HEARTY ENDORSEMENTS. J v v The new enclosed type of Arc Lamps we are now Installing re ceive tho hearty endorsement of all who are now using them. Mr. T. Rosenberg, of the Globe Clothing Co., says: "Ton may say for me that I am highly pleased with those lamps and would have no other. They meet every requirement, are Boft, brilliant and steady, and so far as I can see, aro absolutely without fault" These lamps we will inr.tall at a very small co3t They will give five time3 the amount of light of the Incandescent for the samo money. Burn eighty hours with one trimming, and give a soft penetrating, evenly distributed light without fluttering or nolae- For further information, send us a postal, or ring up Main 390. and we will be pleased to call at your office. v The Hawaiian IvjLnjr Street gcycgc;t3t:ct:tt E. W. QUINN PLUMBER Estimates furnished oa First-Clasj Modem Plumbing. The Patronage of Owners, Archi tects and Bailders Solicited. P.. O. Box 162. 115 Unloa St Haiing; made large additions te w? machinery, we are now ail to Un der Spreads. Sheets. PIUo-w SMf, Napkins and Towels at tha rots of 25 cents per DOZEN CASH. 1 Strictly Up-to-Dais ui Sanitary Laundry lauijdry ?o., id. wagons wi'l call for yocr work. Opposite Club Stables. HflNUFflQTUKERS OF SXN'GLE XSOUBLE DRAT DELIVEST X3CPRKSS CARRIAGE REPAIRING D. O. HAMMAN, RESERVE & oo. .. .. . r e feSS&e ""til fcrirs; rasping t rrr !rrs I' . "- it 1J t,--'ASJi ff--5: .VVJ J -J , r, v ..AS 3arr?jr -i.-.'5Zi -sx -rr-"x n vr& v . -T... . ira- ;l- OBloelc TORT STREET 8 8 8 8 8 Rates Reasonable PHONE BLUE t2H. OFFICE: 1249 FORT STREET. v Electric Co.. Ltd, Xcar .AJalcezi. Merchant Tailor TWO STORES. No. Ik Hotel, opp. New England Ba2 ery, aad Hotel street opp. Hoffman Saloon. Suits Made to Order In the Latest Styles. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Clothing Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired JHRTOK 8 tm II' fl I J Ik I V J h-) I i y. S .'.-& C V -j s;: ; i '. -. -, ji- T