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LJLU REUBLICAN, THURSDAY", JANUARY, 23, 1902.
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JtEUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY, -3. 1902.
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IT IS LIKE FINDING MONEY
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The Extra Comfort
The Extra Wear
y
The all round satisfaction you get from vearing a pair, of these
high grade, perfection shoes.
When you buy anything, and are satisfied with it. you feel happy
with everything in the world. You can only achieve this by wear
ing a pair of HANAN'S high grade shoes.
Mdnefny's Shoe Store.
KTTEr;
Mc.NTYRE BLOCK.
P.,..-. . iii.u.ji nun 11 11 1 w 11 ilium mTmmiiinr-""
Wall Paper I
IHHHHipillJLUM in.ni..i.u JLj
Over t.
Over
Thirty
Thousand
Rolls
to be
Sold
at a
discount
of
5 PER CENT
Less
than
former
prices.
A
F
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S
A
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Wall Paper
For the
next
Thirty
Days.
All
new
designs
AND
new
goods.
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The Weenie Paint
and Hall Paper Co.,
116 Bethel Street. PHOHE 62.
THE KASH CO., LTD
TODAY
ffl
fii
becomes another vesterdav,
tomorrow will become auotber
tclav. don't wait for tomorrow but
COME TODAY
Here nro a few sensible suggestions for Holiday Gifts:
Linen Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Suspenders, Umbrellas,
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes,
Silk Hose, Underwear,
Shirts, Pajamas, Ties.
SUIT FOR
LA2TOS AT
KOOLAULOA
&? fts- r iTicrwvrf t!rTT cnm? s &. CMIM Dmrd rn SnL-T -rv..
--.... w M.rw mmj wm3 - wta- tW4tlkW ivi rw I A
repair saop. or ctaer parposes or as bits.
s nvtag grosnd for employes.
-t rri -et c"'"- . .1 Rev. J. M. YiagliBc. pastor of the if
"12. Tbes oSl acres never had .. . . ZT v. : I
y ingeeuc. whether for good orff St- M Charch. Cftmb-.l
i
i nt
. - -.... .-WY. .w. 3.- ti-j TT ...-. MY
bad. opoa the remainder of the plan- 7" ""- w- f- su-s " ""
I tadon. Tbev neither prodeced aorj for ? great ptaaswe to recom-j
contributed anything to the a2aBai;mead Chamberlalas Colic, Cholera
,.. f ,i, rj,r,.tir, aad Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used
"U3. Even on the assamptloa that11 aod who have never :jj
'th ..-: 9 n r-norf -, th ! iw it W falL" For sale by all i
- 3 ,j
the Dowsett lease transaction saows
mC. Pm S3VS KrnilP.rtV m t 52S:4 per acres is a fair vah-
Kapaka Is Bis By
Uon upon defendant's oa eoadset
sad judgment la the percbase of that
lease."
dealers and druggists. Benson. Smith
& Co., agents for Hawaii. '
Right of Law.
IYSJGASH0TE3
! Demurrer of A. H. Lucai.
Albert H. Lucas, one of the defead-1
: Allea asainst Thomas R. Lucas et al. , J APAjSE PEOYIIOSS
FIRM OF YET GSONG IS BANKRUPT by his goardlan ad litem. JTJ. Doaae
. demurs to the plaintiffs complaint. !
' alleging that the complaint fails to !
ARCHIBALD GILFILLAN'S WILL, SUUe sufficient facts to constitute j jAPAnESE LIQUOR
NAMES CECIL BROWN case aion ana mat it is amoigu , japan
ous. unintelligible and uncertain. rvuat, jakan.
AS EXECUTOR. Thomas R. Lucas. Jr... Lydia C. ' Sole Agents for RYOKO MASAMUNE.
Lucas, minor, defendants in the above j
Phone Main S2.
IMPORTER 1HD DEALER IK
and General Merchandise
direct from
The OLIVER TYPEWRITER
Simplicity, durability, speed and
manifolding power arc cocceded
to be the four great essentials la
a typewriting machine. We pre
sent to the public THB OLIVER
as the Litest and most striking
embodiment of these features, and
the most radical departure from
otirr methods of construction.
Examine this cp-to-dato ma
chine befora deciding upon a pur
chase of an Inferior maia.
Agents for Territory of Hawaii.
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r, 1 t:. c:,- case, by their guardian ad litem, E. ! . -. .
Demurrers of Lucas Minors Sister; ' , a . .King StreeL
Case
i M. Watson, also demurs to the plain-1
No-. tiffs complaint on the same grounds ;
Albertina Ejectment
tices of Appeal
swer George Markham's General ' ci0sure of mortgage.
Pain Makes An-1 STen !n the demurrer of Albert H
! T iinns TVia tna lr- a ill fnr fru-tw .
Denial New Term of Court.
By his attorneys, Smith &. Lewis,
Isaac Testa brings suit in the First
Circuit Court against H. Kauaihilo,
John F. Colburn, executor of the will
of Antone Rosa, deceased; Helen A.
Rosa, guardian of William Ladd Rosa,
Mahelani Rosa and Rose Rosa, mi
nors, for the declaration of trust, the
appoin.tment of trustee and convey
ance of real estate.
The complaint alleges that on Aug
ust 20, 1SS9, the defendant, a resident
of Kapaka, Koolauloa, possessed cer
tain lands at that place which he de
livered to Testa by mortgage by way
of securing the payment of a promis
sory note and that when the note be-
Gilfillan's Will. j
Petition for probate of the will of
the late Archibald F. GIlfHlan has
been filed. Cecil Brown is named as!
executor. The deceased died in Fhila i
delphla on December 23, 1901. leav
ing an estate in this Territorv as fol
lows: Two lots situate at Kulaoka
hoa, baseball tract, Honolulu, and
property in San Francisco valued at
about ?3000. Personal estate con
slsts of stocks and money In hand
valued at JS000.
Mabel Phillips of Honolulu and
James C. GHflllan of San Francisco
are named as devisees and legatees
Petition has been set for hearing on
Monday, March 3.
Estate of G. J. Rocio.
Final account of J. S. Azevedo, ex
ecutor of the will of J. Rocio, filed
came due no monev was forthcoming!
and steps were taken to foreclose the I yesterday, shows a balance on hand
TTinrtirnfrp Tins liirt in all the land ! ul cout.io
Monday. March 3, has
been appointed as the time for hear
ing the petition for allowance of ac
counts, final distribution and dis
charge.
Ejectment Case.
Summons was yesterday returned
involved when the place was sold
at auction.
When Rosa died he had possession
of all the papers in the case and the
plaintiff believes that the foreclosure;
proceedings were not completed, in1
that, after the sale of the land, nojas served in the "case of Sister Alber
deed or other conveyance of the prem-1 tina, trustee for Stella Cockett
ises was ever made by him as mort-' against J. Kaailina et al, ejectment,
gagee. J. F. Colburn was appointed J Sister Albertina complains that de
executor of the whl of Antone Rosa j fendants have unjustly taken into
executor of the will of Antone Rosa their possession a piece of land a
was appointed guardian of the mi-j Waikele. about 1 25100 acres, which
nors on the same date. Plaintiff asks j plaintiff claims in fee simple by de
for the appointment of a suitable per- j scent purchase and otherwise to the
son to succeed Antone Rosa, deceas-, damage of plaintiff $156.25.
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LEATHER
WELTiS
I Just arrived and placed on sale
I a swell line of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
PURSES,
CARD CASES,
PORTE FOLIOS,
WALLETS,
DESK SETS.
POKER SETS,
CIGAR CASES, ETC.
The variety of leather is of the
latest and are beautifully mounted
with art noveau silver.
Come early and have the entire
new stock to select from.
ii
aiian
new
Co.,
ed, as trustee.
In the Federal Court.
"United States Judge Estee yester
day morning adjudicated bankrupt
Notice of Appeal.
Notice of appeal, certificate and
record from Second District Magis
trate of Honolulu has been filed in
LIMITED.
MERCHANT STREET,
On the way to the Post Office.
Theo. H. Davies
Co.,
Lid.
SUGAR FAGTORS.
IMPORTERS OF
General merchandise
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
AGEXTS FOR
. Canadian-Australian Steamship IinQ
Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Go.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverfool
A Roof Over One's Head
lis a
Necess
ity
Chew Man, together with five other the case of Allen &. Robinson, Limit
Chinese, who carry on business un- j ed, against Tam San, Fu Lee and Ah
der the firm name of Yet Chong, at Tom, for alleged indebtedness.
Aala lane, in this city, the petition of
the bankrupts declaring that they
owe debts which they cannot pay.
Thev say that they are willing to
All the above and many more useful gifts are to be
had at
The Kash Co., Ltd.
TWO STORES TWO STOCKS.
P. 0. Box 558.
TELEPHONES:
Mam 96 and Main 376
23 and 27 Hotel Street and Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
00000000000XOCO00
To Hear Demurrer.
In the case of Paulo Lono against
Julia Achieu, bill to set aside and
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1IU11U U.C1 Llt LUCI1 UIUUC11Y 1U1 IUC ! A 1. 4 l J .
, ... , ... ii.. l:u" iui uemuuer ui
A Straw Hat
Ts the most kumfortable and
koolest kind of Head Gear for a
klimate like ours.
Use the "best Roofing on Earth
READY ROCK ASPHALT ROOFING-
and keep out the rain.
benefit of their creditors, except what
is exempted by law, desiring to ob
tain the benefit of the United States
bLnkruptcy laws.
Their assess consist chiefly of goods
n the possession of the High Sheriff,
YOU KAN
Get any style, shape or quality
made to order to suit your build
of head,
At
QB B OKI'S
Straw Hat Manufacturer.
Nuuanu St. Opp. Sayegusa's
Portable
Track
Complete
30 in. Guae 14 lbs. Rails
36 in. Guage 20 lbs. Rails
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
TO SUIT.
BY
DJacMeld&Co.,
respondent
be set for hearing. Andrews, Petert
& Andrade for plaintiff.
Pain Makes Answer.
Answer has been filed in the case
of George W. Hayselden against the1
taken by execution and amounting to j Hawaiian Tramways Company, Limit- j
$50 Oin value. There are no secured j ed, trespass on a case, the defendant
creuuors. unsecureu aeois are i ". nunu : oiuuie, utuying an i jj
shown as amountinsr to S15S0.SG and allegations in the complaint. ' 3
debts to be paid in full $212.90. j Petition Granted.
Among the debts are fifteen small) reUtion for an order to discharge. S
promissory notes, xue lonovwng are ,n the matter of the guardianship of
a few of the debtors: Ah Shin, onejKahami now of ,egal majoritv has
arm. 5-40: native. 2.S0; white man,jbeeI1 granted and Henrv Smlth; guar.j
wubou. a.W; ua.i .me, carpeuei, j d!an was vesterdav ordered to pav
$1.25; mason. Portuguese, SS.40; Jap, t0 Kahanu $16S iTVomiFQiro TlllIA TiIIa
(ccok). $2.75; water boss. $3.50;, Guardian's Bond lllUflMyS 1 I111C ItllOlG.
Dole. $.60; mill hand. $2.60; water fcuarcian s Band. i J
pump. $3.00; blacksmith. Portuguese.! In the matter of the guardianship!
$2.70; Xo. 5 pump, $2.00. 1 of Joshua David Koki .a minor. The-j KING-STREET LINE.
Pearl Harbor Land Valued. , ., . ""y""' " ,... . leave WaikikI
In the matter of the appeal for
new trial of the Honolulu Plantat
n ,,. ,o wlo, r i7i . l" " uppoiiiM-u Bunraian. i una n:-u. p. m. rrom Walkikl go
v.v,,.... mv. u.. ,! .v. "k" Dfidants Appeal. , tne Punahou Stables
District Attorney J. J. Dunne which, Defendants in the assumpsit casei Cars leave KIne Kange or Pawaa
has been delivered to Judge Silliman.of Lee Kqw agalnst Lee Chan aI1(j switch for Town at 5:5S a. m. and
representing defendants, declares . Yong Jan give noUce Qf appeal frQm J every 15 minutes thereafter till 11:05
that the jury went outside of thejthe Second District Magistrate of V.m.
evidence in placing a valuation of J Honolulu, filing bond for costs. , J?" .?liVCS e
$15,20S on the improvements on the .,,. ' corner for Palama at 6:10 a. m. and
land in question j uc-'uc m-inn-m & nwcr. j eery io minutes aiter un 11:20 p. m.
'judge SilHman yesterdav afternoon j Defendants George Markham et al, ; Cars leave for Palama only at 5
handed his brief, in reply, to Mr.; ,mtke answer of general denial in th; cars teavf Pala-! for Wilfeiw t
Dunne. I action to quiet title brought bv Pe-I. f - , aIb,kitm
uuunu . , . . ,r . . 1 o:4o a. m. and every lo minutes till
The following, in part, is Mr.!- JosePQ ir- Poepoe is attorney j 9:45 p. m f then at 10:15 and 10.4
Dunne's brief: j fr e defendants. 0, m. The 11:15 p m froai Palama
"1. The 561 acres never had any New Term of Court. for Punahou only goes to WaikikI on
annual use. The new term of thp First Circuit t Saturdays.
I ... I Cars leave Fnrt nril TTfrit- ct-ooto
Lourt will commence a week from j corner fQr R,fle 1:20 and
Monday, enires for a grand and 3,5.55 am
FOR JVIIC 15 Y
The Hawaiian Tradi
Manufacturers' Agents.
ng Co.,
Fred Phiip & Brc.
629 King St. WRIGHT BLDG.
for Town at
'fo- 1 AIU and S- a KkI- sureties- have3.45, 6:15, 6:45 a. m., and every 15
tv'inn a b0nd in the SUm f ?7000-! minutes thereafter till 10:45, 11:15
"Theresa Koki Is appointed guardian. and 11:45 p. m. from WaikikI go to
"2. They never had a yearly value.
"3. They had never been cleared,
plowed, sowed or cropped.
"4. Nearly one-half is useless and
unfit for cultivation.
A Full Line of i
Saddles, Harness. Whips.
Collars. Hames. Chains.
Soaps, Bridles, Bits. Spurs
Harness Oil and Dressing, Gal'
Cure. Campbell's Hoof Remedy.
Elliman's Embrocation. H. H. H.
Liniment, Etc.. Etc.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON
ALL WORK UNDERTAKEN.
PHONE BLUB 2651.
HART & GO., Ltd.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Finest resort in the city.
SODA WATER AND ICE CREAM
Made from Pur Fruit Syrups.
I
CHOCOLATES AND BON 00N3. HPH
BAKERY LTJMCH. jRll
I FRESH lil MARKET B
Supplied dally with fresh killed meats Bflif
A LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT Rff
FRUITS, ETC, ETC. flrc
Orders delivered to any part of the RP'
C. a. YEE HOP & CO.
Corner Beretania and Alakea.
Phoxe Blce 25'
petit jury will be issued within a few
days for service. Both Judge Hum
phreys and Judge Gear, who Is ex-
They never produced any in-j t.octid back :rum tne Coast on the
Ventura, will hold court.
Notary Public Kellett.
P. D. Kellett was yesterday com
missioned to act as notary public for
the First Judicial Circuit-
come whatever.
"6. The whole piece is raw land
that never has been cultivated, thatj
never raised a crop, and whose capa
UHtles nr purelv speculative.
"7. Shallow soil, rockv patches
Tirhv snots.
"S. No water supply beyond onej hemintscenx.
small brackish artesian well. j From the Detroit Free Press.
" Pailroad easement. t "Thoss people next door to you
"10. No Improvements. Nolther tm
mill nor the pumping plant Is on thisi
land. They are both Independent, and
built prior to the clearing and plough
ing. They would have been balk ; once possessed"
anyway, whether the defendant goij- ""
jh lnnii tr nnt ne tr -nor ni:. ' New Ice Creant Parlors.
Cars leave Fort and King streets
corner for WaikikI at 6:05 a. m. and
every 15 minutes till 10:05 n. m then
at 10:35 and 11:05 p. m. The 11:35
p. ra. goes to WaikikI on Saturdays
only.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUU
ANU VALLEY.
Cars leave Punahou stable for Town
Germania Saloon
C.WES5IXS, I ,-,
Honolulu Iron Works Go
...STEAr ENGINES...
604 Queen Streot, cor. South.
at 5:30 and for Town and Vallev at' ways Ice-Co1'3- We can Sive yon the ,
5:40. 5:50, 6:10, 6:20, 6:40," and 7:20 best glass of Beer In town. . l
. m.
Cars leave Oahu College for Town ' .
and Valley at 6:30. 6:50 and 7:10 a. T T? "Y
are they the kind that borrow? . in, ana every 10 minutes till 10:10
-indeed, yes. When I call there 1 1 ZllSi THF A! MIA Q A! i(U
rm nlvmirc vf5lh1ir rpmlndPf? nf Trhat . pm. tAMn xMMnH tii. . - B Wtl VliVvli
. .... ,-.-.. . H..-.W v. ....
BOILERS. SUGAR UttiS. COOL
ERS, BRASS and LEAD CASTINGS.
Headquarters for Honolulu Primo made & order. Partlcnlar atteaUon
Beer, In bottler and on draught. Al- Paid to ship's blacksmithlng. Job
work executed on shortest notice.
Beaver . Lunch . Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE, : : : : Propr.
Fort Street-
DOTJTX BT THE IROX UTORKS
LDnTED.
JQOOOX0X)OOOpX00XX0XK000XCK5
ndisiw rable ta th ct tcr SC :; acres :
nr , ninn.inn . ed up a
n TTti .i .v. i j parlor, comer of Alakea and King.
"11. UnM recently this land w a erTtMag d Ice
waste, overrun by cattle. It was nctl-can COQi drjnfcj! etc. rtoa't fail to
subjected to any useful purpose, drop tn.
j vars leave isnuann auey at o:io.
I thereafter till 10:50 p. m.
Cars leave Fort and Queen streets , .....
D. G. Camarlnos has recently opea-t ?r Pacahon College -at 6:05. 6:25. t ror a uooa' ,as -"w
:-ia a. ja ana everr ju minutes alter -- -b-. -- ---- --
till 9:45 p. m. After that the -73 -f -KS JtL Jtlv JbC
Tnn to the Stable up to 11:05 p. m.
which Is the last car from Toirt, f
reaching the Stab!- at 11:30 p. m- t ILEMIE 180S. PfSjriallirS
Just received a new lot of celebrate
i FIVE CEST CIGARS
,jNew York Capaduras, Washlnfjton,
AHston, Union ds Calja,
Grand Republic Etc
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