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title: 'Hilo tribune. (Hilo, Hawaii) 1895-1917, January 10, 1902, Image 2',
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SOLE AGENTS FOR
JUncricn's Greatest favorite
HAY AND GRAIN
PAINTS AND OILS
WAGON MATKRIAL, KTC
Builds up tlio System. Strengthens.
This warm ellmato Is very trying to
all. Tin) lilomt easily becomes Impuro
mid tlio iutmius (y.',tciii rcatly ileliill
(nteil. Hull oti ran loUiln your health
nuil loop jour nomius kjMoiu sluing.
This Is tlio portrait of Mr. William
Ruming, df llearonsfleld, Kroiiuiillo,
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
DRY GOODS AND
" Uiion arriving In WcMpni Auotralli three
jcitrniRO, I fiiiincl tint my li'oml wan In l-il
(oiiilltliiii and inv r,'""'", ",, "' n" rmiilnwn.
1 KiilTi'ri'ilt;riMll,iiii'lill from linlliri'stlou.
I had licinl mi linn Ii nlmut
I tliouclit I Miinlil try It. I did o,nnil only
tlmo WittU's ri'ntorpil my Mrcnrjtti. liiillt up
..... uvaliitii. tmil f until IIIV flVAllt'ltftll. Allll 1
I luo'al loutiil Itsi Rrrit ncrvu tonic."
If mhi an' bilious, iuntl)i.itrit, or ar
troubled with bciiliclip, Uku Ajcr'n Tills.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr Co , Lone'.l, Mm., II. S. A
CUUUT IX I'UIiI. ItliAST.
CUISINE UNEXCELLED, service unsur
passed; (lining room and booth furnishings,
THE FINEST to be found in the Hawaiian
Dinner Parlies, Banquets,
served under the supervision of the proprie
tor, either at the restaurant or at private
CHAMPAGNES and fine Table Wines;
card room, reading room and buffet.
0& Q& r fjr
This store has one of the largest Sheet Music Depart
ments in America. All of the new music as soon as
published. Every month we issue a Music Bulletin giving
a list of new music. If you wish us to mail this Bulletin
to you free each month, send name and aJdress. "We
charge but 25c copy, for music published at
50c. Here is a brief list of new and very popular vocal and
Each 25c Postage ic extra
"A Picture No Artiat Can Taint."
"Whun The Harvest Daya Are O'er."
"(SooiJIIjo Dolly Gray."
"Fur Old Times Sake."
"CIobo Your Dreamy r.yes."
"Hah) You're the Swi-lUt Girl."
"You II nu Won Her Hippy Heart."
".Stay in Your Own Hick Yard."
"When The Autumn Lravoa Are
Jonil fur our
4n Francisco, U.S. A.
"Invincible Kale," Souiu'n Latest
"CwiMa" Spanish Intermezzo.
"The Ohio," Marrh und Two Step.
".Southern Oirl Cnprlco."
"Mmquiti. Tar-Mi- "
"Hunky D.ryCak- Walk."
"Hiokety D.in C.ike Walk."
"Jnniiv Meredith Waltzeu."
bSmuky Mukea Cake Walk."
Arriil?iiinciits or Prisoners Indicted
liy Hie (Iruml Jury.
The Grand Jury has been look
ing into the local sins of the com
'munity generally during the past
week and holding daily seances
with the sinners or rather with
those who had information to give
relative thereto, lor the sinner
doesn't have his innings until he
comes before the petit jury. This
is an advantage in a certain way
for it saves him the mental strain
of trying to tell the same story
twice alike, which as everyone
knows is difficult even for saints iu
On Tuesday morning the inspec
tors ot the community s morals
turned in quite a bunch of iudict
ments found against those who
have been committed by the Dis
trict Court since the July term, the
offenses ranging all the way from
murder in the first to larceny in the
second degree, and the offenders
comprising delegates from the fam
ilies of Shem, Ham and Japhet,
with some apparently from the fire
side of the Missing Link. The law
isaery democratic institution in
every way, not least in the fact
that it allows itself to be broken by
anybody who feels strong enough
to tackle the job, which is often a
contract for several years and in
cludes a post graduate couise in
The Grand Jury having retired
again to their boudoir to entertain
other unwilling guests the Attorney-General,
Mr. Cathcart, pro
ceeded to arraign those against
whom indictments had been found,
who singly or by twos and threes,
according as they had smashed the
statutes single handed or iu com
pany, were caused to stand before
the Court, listen to the reading of
the indictment and plead thereto
guilty or not guilty.
Three natives from Ilamakua
headed the procession, charged
with malicious burning of logs and
brush upon the land of Albert
Horner. They plead not guilty.
One sought protection under the
legal aegis of Smith & Parsons.
The other two eschewed all the
luminaries of the law probably con
sidering in their ignorance that
they had trouble enough without
looking for more, or else trusting
to the benevolence of the judge to
j donate a lawyer free of charge.
1 The latter His
and was reflected back from the
two rows of brass buttons which
adorn the front of the bailiff, and
from the shining crowns of divers
lawyers upon whom time has coin
milled larceny in the first degree
snatching their scalp locks iu ils
Next in older came Kan Kan,
whos': short but eiiphoneous name
proclaimed him truthfully as a
wanderc'r from China, and who was
charged with attempting to reduce
his wife to submission by clacking
her skull with a hammer. Eor it
seems that in these degenerate days
n man receives no encouragement
when he attempts to keep his family
in order and teach his wife her
marital duties. Kan Kau wished
to plead guilty, but the Court
thought it best than he should con
sult an attorney and appointed for
that purpose Smith & Parsons.
Other indictments lound were
against Eugisaki Matsutaro, mur
der in the first degree, who is rep
resented by Smith & Parsons;
against Clarence Boyd for larceny
in second degree, plea of guilty;
against Koko Kualii, larceny, sec
ond degree; and Kapalani and
Kniuoa, burglary in second degree.
The last two offenders named are
youths of tender years and pupils
of the Union School iu their hours
of ease and the moments they can
snatch from burgling and attend
ance upon Court and the calaboose.
They don't know how old they arc,
apparently twelve or fourteen years
of age however, and their field of
operations included both Wall,
Nichols and the Hilo Market.
They plead not guilty.
The Territory of Hawaii had a
bone to pick with George Durkee
over the disappearance from the
owner of a watch, pair of shoes,
and trousers, which the Grand Jury
find that George appropriated, but
which George denies. He had
neglected the precautionary meas
ure of securing an attorney, but
the Court remarked that it might
be well to remedy the defect as he
(the Court) was too busy with his
duties as judge to act as attorney
for either party.
Kahalekaa a lady native to the
soil plead not guilty to the charge
of appropriating a gold and ivory
lace-pin belonging to another.
She certainly wasn't wearing it in
plain view. The TuniuNU's re
porter with his usual sleuth l;kc at
tention to details noticed that ap
parently trifling, but really very
significant fnct. When he at
tempted to bring the matter to the
attention of the Court, however, he
was ruthlessly turned down.
Francisco Rupert was the first
Porto Rican iu the list to stand up
and explain himself. He plead
not guilty to the charge of stealing
a saddle worth $12 and a blanket
of the valuo ot $1. He was also
innocent of having any legal coun
sel concealed about lus person or
lurking in the Court room. He
was iufornud by the Court that it
would be a meritorious act to get
one and might also result advan
tageously to himself.
Jesus Toro, a Porto Rican youth
of ten years and a half, plead guilty
to the larceny of $20 in coin.
Asked by the Judge whether he
had ever been to school he said
that he had gone two times at Pa
paikou. That seemed to have con
stituted the sum total of his educa
tion. There seems to have been quite
a good deal of material for a kin
(Continued on payc 7.)
Undertaking and Undertaker's Supplies
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Bedroom Suites, Elegant Rugs,
Desks and Office
us ni'XT so lull or Imrpilns us lion. All goods come illicrl oiiulilliit;
tlu 1 vi') best lltiu res to li (ii(ilcil.
CEO. W. LOCKINCTON,
HILO FURNITURE STORE
Of (lotltcniHirg, Sweden
Aiseti (Home Office) .... $7,2,063.36
Assets Iu U. S. (for Additional Security or American Policy Iloldcri) 656,678..3
Pacific Const Department : KDWARD DROWN & SONS, Ccuernl Agent
41 1 -413 California St., Snu Prnucisco.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Resident Agonts, HILO
1 1 -V W.A. 1 1 .A.7C
Engineering and Construction Co.
Rooms 508, 500, 510 Stangcnwald Building, Honolulu, T. II.
All clnsses ol i-.niuecriug '
work solicited. Kvnmlnntions, Surves nml
Reports nmile for nuy class of Waterworks, Steam anil Ulectricnl Construc
tion, rlans and Specifications nml hstimates prepureil, nml Construction
Superintended iu nil branches or ICugiueeriuK Work. Contracts solicited
for Railroads, electric niul steam; Tunnels, llridges, lluilillngs, Higliuajs,
Foundations, l'iers, Wlinrves, etc.
Sl'I'XIAI, ATTENTION given to Kxtimhmtions, Valuations, ami
Reports of properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. Am. Soc. C. E.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Socrotary and Treasurer.
P. O. Box 537.
J. C. OhUnJt,
N. OHLANDT & CO.
MANUI'ACTUKItUS AND DlCAt.KKR IN
Iteuuii'ltulile Cur 11 or Croup a I-ltllo
IIoj'n 1,1 I'o Sin ciI.
I have a few words to say regal d
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It saved my little boy's life and I
Of Eoery Description.
Siilpluito of Potash,
Siilplinle ol Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scrap,
Muriate of Votasli,
Nitrate of Soda,
$27 Mai Let Street.
lNu;h dnule Tankage.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA.
Indiana &. Yolo Sis
Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, winch c guarantee
In lie correct.
OUDEItS FILLED AT SHOUT
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands',
feel that I cannot praise it enough.
Honor declined to I bought a bottle of it from
do, and informed them that they ISteere of Goodwin, S. 1)., U
could appear at the ninth hour of
I the morrow with a duly accredited
j (if not properly equipped) attorney
' or depend upon themselves as they
saw fit. He remarked incidentally
that lawyers had to live and he
I didn't propose to donate any legal
, Christmas presents to clients who
could afford to hire counsel. These
( remarks were apparently received
with great approval by the bar,
1 strange as it may seem, and n joj -1
ous smile irradiated the Court room
and when I got home with
poor baby could hardly breathe. I
gave the medicine as directed every
ten minutes until he "threw up"
and then I thought sure he was
going to choke to death. We had
to pull the phlegm out of his mouth
iu great long strings. I am posi
tive that if I had not got that bottle
of cough medicine, my boy would
not be on earth today. Joiu. I)H
mont, Iuwood, Iowa, h'or sale
Sille Oriental Life Insurance Co., n
CAPITAL STOCK, $.100,000
J. 1 MCCOY PUKSIIIItNT.
Till? IIOMK COMI'ANV CIIARTICKIU) liV '1 1 1 15 Tl'.RRlTORV
Issues nil approved forms of r-ndowinent Policies in
nugllsli and Chinese Languages.
I'or particulars addres the Company at
301-302 STANGENWALI) I5UILDING
HONOLULU. T. II.