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tally Bulletin Supplement, November 20, 1894.
between China and Jun;in
will uatiHo prices for their
eilk fubricN to g hi it In r ; no
country can fight nivl weave
silk at the same lime. The
priee has altvnd advunud
and the pan r state that
the var in likely 'o be "on"
(u two or tin-' yeuiw. It
behoovi- this en refill ' ner
to puivhue iiow We had
i imiiieiiHe utoek of Japa
n se Goods ordered before
war wmh declared, couae
quently we can eontinu to
Hell at the old price- m lon
ua our present stock holds
out, and then the W.r will
force prices up. Uur last
consignment cmihiBts of Silk
Dress Goods, both 1 1 mired
and plain ; Morning Gowns
for Ladies and Gents, Hlk
Kimonos, Smoking Jack
ets, Silk Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shades, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., He.
Hotel Hi. (ArlliiKtnnlllock),
Mux. J. 1. I'. Cot.t.Aio, Proprietress.
HOP H1NG &OU
Vi UOTKl. 8TKKKI
Wlionlv Dc-slem In
LitjiK mil laiM liipfs
General Chinese Merchandise
- SUCH AH -
Mm out. Kiev, Multilist
Chliifso Bilk. Tins). f.t
English and American Qrorernw
Hy Kery l onu Hl5iiie
MUTUAL TKLKl'HONK U7.
W. W. ABANA.
333 XTrAMcm-w Citri
Knisb, Scoicb and imencaD (iiions. '
HtylK SDlt Kit liltHmiltrnl
(Jltiuninii & Repiiinntf
Mutual Tele. 66!). P. 0. fioi 14
C. R. COLLINS,
Fine Harnoss, Saddles
Carriage Tops, Cushiony
l'endors, Dnvhett, Htorin Aprons, Ktc, Ktc
210 King St. P. 0. Box 496.
IHl.ANll OllllKUK WILICITXU.
NOTIOK IB UKUK1IY (IIVEN THAT
nil clulnm aKiiiiint tho Criterion Hii-
Ion, f Iih fctllT.I l.v Mr Jus. K. M.ir.
KHU.uinlnll ouitiiinillnV mcountbil .itlm
rrlifrlonBaloon ami the Juiitiliu linme nf
I., it. Dee iii thiMihoveiliiti, xreimyalili'
tu.Mr l.H.li.1'. Al! hlll ntriliibi L. H.
meat. L H. UVX.
Honolulu, "rt. '.. 'MM
I iv i'n
Two Japs Acquitted ot Conspiracy
Acbi Must Pay Alimony.
Utsunomiyn aud Ktirashigo were
tried for conspiracy before Judge
Coopor by tho following jury in f ho
Circuit Court, Monday: V. L. llop-;
nor, Jas. Torbort, E. P. Bishop, U.
V. Gray, C. 13. itipley, Fred. IMillp.
F. Ilustnce, J. J. Sullivan, F J. '
Lowrey, E. M. Marshall, 1'oter High,
A. Young. A verdict of not guilty, I
two jurors dissoutiug, was returned. I
Hart well assist ing the prosecution; '
Neumann for thu defendant.
Lum Chow alias Nam Tsow was'
placed on trial Monday afternoon
for larcony in thu fourth degree. (
Deputy Attorney General Hubert
son. iu questioning the panel as to
prejudice, said defendant was ac
cused of stealing fowls ou March 15).
Mr. Kaulukou for defendant object'
ed that thu date given for the of
fcuso had been changed since de
fendant had pleaded not guilty in
thu lower court He should not be
tried ou the new charge iu this
Court. Judge Cooper over-ruled
the objection, and counsel objected
to the ruling.
Tho following jury was drawn: (3.
B. Hiplcv, J. Weir Robertson, F. J.
Lowroy, Win. Phillips W. II Smith,
J. S. Martin, E. F. Hi-hop, IVtor
High, J. M. Traoj. J.n. T. Copulaud,
Geo. Gray, W. M. V. Forstor.
Mr. Lowroy, answering tho usual
interrogations, said one of the coun
sel was prejudiced against himself,
as he generally challenged him when
he appeared iu the box for a case iu
which that counsel was engaged.
Mr. Kaulukou thought the juror
. ought to be mum explicit. Perhaps
, he mnut the Deputy Attorney Gen
J era). (Laughter.) He (Mr. it.) did
: not want to have hi client injured
through dislike of a jury toward
j The (Jourt would not entertain
j the oxen.? of thu juror, who was not
i challenged bv defendant's counsel.
Judge Whiting yesterday morn
I iug heard the motion of W. C. Achl,
1 to disi-olvu order for alimony; aim
' Irnbella A. Aclii, respondent's, mo
I tiou to commit plaintiff for con
tempt in neglecting to obey the or
der for alimony. The Court over
. ruled thu motion of plaiutiir, he not
I having complied with the order to
j pay Alimony; nlo holding that the
I aflidnvits ou which the motion was
' based re not Miilicient nor explicit
enough. V V. Ashford for respond
ent diil not press thu motion for
contempt, believing that Mr. Achi
would now obey tho order of Court
Mrs. Xakuiua by her attorney, W.
A. Kinney, has entered a demurrer
to tho bill in equity of Kuauiu and
, Luk a and Clari-ea E. Ctimmiugs vs.
Mrs. Niau laiikoa and Mrs. E. M.
Nakuiua, for cause alleging that iu
, bo far as this defendant in concerned
the complaint fails to statu ti causo
1 of action.
GompliraonU of fc'runco.
Mous. Verleye, Couiinissiiiner of
Franco, paid hisoflicial visit to Presi
dent Dole Monday morning, he hav
ing preseuted the letter of recogni
tion from President. I'erier, wh'l.i
President Dole was absent on I la
waii, to the Minister of Foivigu
Affairs. The Cabinet and military
stalT were present, tho garrison par
aded, and thu baud utteudetl, play
ing the "Marsellaise." W. SI. Gif
fard, acting Chancellor of Legation,
accompanied the Commissioner.
Mous. Verleye oxprnsned his preat
pleasure at tho opportunity of pro
suutiug his olllcial congratulations
to President Dole, with most cordial
wishes for his health and the pros
polity of the Republic of Hawaii.
('resident Dole responded in
hearty reciprocation of the friendly
,enti.ueutsof the rcpropen.atiye of
I'runco. lie hoped thai Mous.
uiiciiiiir i oner wiiuui long couiiiiue
to preside over tho destinies of his
. ,, u.ii , ., ,,,n ... .
I ,,Al " lUlftlllh hludli. me li. ! j-i-nn
, I ortrails ou Waieh Dials, which he
I it, making a Hpecialtv of. Lantern
sii,!,.. f,,r ij...,,. ;". . i... -rtI ,,,
' rJ"l," ,,,r 'ectui- " ''- -el ..r
llnihi liulktin CO cmU per month.
Sir King thu feed Man Has nn
Thos. J. King, manager of the
California Feed Co., had an txciting
ride on Saturday afternoon. Mi.
King was driving along King street,
when, uear Thomas Square, the
horse he was driving, a spirited
animal, bolted And the traces part
ed. All efforts of Mr King to con
trol the animal were fruitless. The
auimal's speed was accelerated by
th whilllutreu striking him iu the
rear at intervals. At Pawaa tin run
away turned into Beretnnia M !"!.
Several people on horseback uavi
ehno without success. Xear Thomas
Square, M. Leal, a 1U'M.ktin mo in;
ed news carrier, took up the ptiisuit.
Ho caught the animal and wiih no
little trouble and danger suece ih-t
in bringing the runaway to a ti id
still. Mr. King was fairly wei I ig
ged out, aud his hands were !
and tired. If the runaway had con
tinued its furious career into town,
Mr. King would probably have met
with Korious injury.
Nuw I'ostul lokuna
A new postal card has been issued
by the French Government in com
memoration of the visit of tln Kuv
niau squadron to Toulon ou Oct. Ill,
ISM. In each comer ou the left
hand side aru onu cent stamps, iu
the center is a picture of thu litis
clan llect, and on the right hand side
nu image of the C.ar of Itussia.
It is quite a curiosity, being inscribed
in both thu French and ltusiau
Atiol tier recent issue by the French
Government that will interest phila
telists all the world over is an on
telopc. It is iu commemoration of
loin of Arc, Maid of Orleans, ,1ns.
Mi-i. er rceivcd specimens of the.e
in w issue by the S. S. Oceanic.
Preparing for Christmas
Mrs Boardiiiau's "Ka Mnilo" stock
is nearly all sold and Anticipating a
hwiry demand fur Chrintiua goods
she ordered a line line of Faiicv
Article, etc., they will arrive oil
the next Australia. Her large
and commodious lauai will be lilted
up as a show room. All her old
customers and the Honolulu people
iu general are invifd to inspect this
magnificent stock of Christmas
o' rur - -
r in. iiKi.e at
ConiBieDClDg aUO'dock P. M.
1-1 Mile; Miililcn (bcrutch); int unci 'M
' , Mi In; 0h-ii iMTiitchj; Ift prize.
J -1 Milt; ovll (lmnilli'iii); Int uml L'il
1-1 Mile; Opni (liumllcjp), Ul uml 31
.i--).j Mile; I toy under l year'; lt and
II 'j ,l le; 0H)ii 'hurali'hi; lt. prim.
71 .MllL-;;S-miniitucliiii(M-rrttch); Istiinil
S ;: .Milo rurn'ch; lntiirie, Kiui.hlitr Tro-
pliy; L'd prii", Oiilil Medul; :ird prize,
Tlie mitriiiH'o tu for tho 'Jd, Ith iiml Dili
raeeifl ,'iU, all the cithers fl.
l-.ntrlen can now ho lump in the Cyelnry,
IU" KIiik bin-el, u'lem hluuKn (or tho pur.
p ih" vim hu oIiiiiIiimI. Tho entrlfn will
cIiiim on Vi:ilM:SI).Y, NoviuiiIxt Jl,
IMil. at Jn'i1 oi.'k i: m.
-;& -"K Ju rfouruVXrno,;;;
NovninhmMth will hoj-lvHn laur lls'i-t
! ii,I iiri.uiiliiri of thu lu Mm. I load
People's Baggage Express
Wild. AM. ANY PAItT OF THK
I'lli for iUlKl.vdK. All llutpie
rtcfivud liy tm will h liiiudlud with cure
nod illp:itc!i Yni,t;omi n' ' hi on the
Wharf to .ret ul) Foreign uml lulur
island Kii:iiiii.i M iviii).' i'lanos and
Furuituie h np-ulitlty. Ollii-o ITnlteil
Cnrrlni'u I'ci. and Livery htnlilen, corner of
Kuix ii'id Fort ritroeis iiof t I', u Hall
A, bun. lioih lhiphom-K-',J.
UliOSm M T. MA UUIl ALL
Matnal Telephotio 507.
Bell Tolephoae 460.
HOUSE AND T.OT AT AUCTION.
IN AiX-tlllUAM'i: WITH AN OllllKIt
ami l.lroiuc of Sale cutr-red Iu mil liy
ti- riri'iiii lUmri of ilio Flrt i'rctill, Iu
Prohatc, on thrtlSOth ilny of Ueietsir, li,
Iu the mutter nf tlm IMale ul Mnrlu U'tinl
llvati, Inleuf llenoliilit Vrri.cil, the mi
ilvrnlinivit leih n-i'lvi-'l ItiMrtiutluiii from
Alirnlmin I'enminlcr, Kxecilturef lliu will
of niIiI Miirln O'Miilllvnn, lo n'll l imlille
mittlipii, nl hlx intlcurootiiH In rulil lloiie
lulii.nnKATntlUY. the'JIth diyof No
vi'iiilifr. IMil, at I'.' o'clock neon, that very
ilcinililti rerl tonco irocrty nllimlo n't
Knlllil-wiicns, Honolulu, now occupied by
1 1 in iroHrtv n'oroitlit timtNts of 81-tio
of (ill iwrr of iltitl. Hell fo rtil. nut III hi
out, ou which rc u lurge uml Iniiiil-oino
thvvllliiK Iioiim', nearly new, top-llicr Willi
iitnlile. csrrlnpo lem-c, xcrvant' qunrtprs,
chlcki'li Iioiim.', tc , IcIiik thu iirriiili"t
dii-crllMil In n ilnil from Kmnin M. llrok-It-v
to I'rirr O'Sulllvnti iiml Uoiimna K.
(I's'iilllvau, dated Aii;ut 'M, ism. ami
rrorilii Iu l.tlH-rii.', ni uii:i I I'M II.
TliiMilNivi'rplueHir j full opportunity
to -riire ii --Ir ei . Iu tie inot
hcilthfiil lurilou b( iliocliy. us well as nu
oK-nliiit for luvcstmviit Iu ii locality who re
viilucw tire c rmln to rl i.iphlly
I W-Kiirth' i 1'iliMiliirs limy he hint Uv
lllillllliof I Irnloitl iitlu. htj mr lllii
hxi'Ciiiur, or of the illiderniiiiivil.
K J. l.BVKY,
IMti-J tills .'ith ilny ul NovcmUr, IS I.
The Best Idioch in 1 u n.
;-.- H.nv.j OofTfciH
VHK KINEST BHAND.s IU
. q. To,,jrf.,
4l,Wfk (N UAMO
it. J NOLTIC Pi-ou
A. leannlly Hotel
iVrlhi. . . .. .$ a
rIKCIM, MONTHLY IIMKH.
Thn llslo' Attomlsnc t'lelli't HP 'R'lon
ii nil tin, KiniHl Mfiilu ni the l ity.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
1ST. F. BTJIOEiSS
Is icbIii prepared to lepttr O.rdt-n Hoiio,
tipriiiklt-m, Wuiur Tup-, et . c'iiw Filllo;
and all kimlicif Tool elmrwiii'd, inolml
inu 'irvliiK Knives mm Hcis.orK; Ijiwii
Moer h npechctt : alo fiettliu; (llsmij in
fiict nl ktiiilf of J ililii iu. Work cuIIhiI for
uml rrturi ed Kiiik up Vi Mutual Tele
phone m y liii'ii hefor-'r A. M. ItTUlf
DUItlMi MY AIWK.NUK FUOM THK
Ihlandx Mr. Horace (I. I'rulilin in duly
authorized to receive and receipt for nil
iiioiiich ilue. itud iis'Ihk to inu.J. W. I.un
iiiK at my olllco until ovembiTil, 1MM,
it which dat I will personally attend.
J V. LIININli.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, IMll. llU6-liu